The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private E H Chatten


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Private Edward Henry CHATTEN, G/36691, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment,  (formerly T4/39710, Royal Army Service Corps; 12th London Regiment, 45244; 20th London Regiment, 36691), killed in action, 14th September 1918, age 30.

1888, born Lavenham, Suffolk, son of Mrs. Annie Chatten, of The Row, Tendring, Essex.


1911 Census - 8 Hadleigh Road, Frinton on Sea, Essex - James Stevens, head, age 36, married, tractor engine driver, public works contractor, born Thetford, Norfolk; Eleanor Sarah Stevens, wife, age 31, married 5 years, 2 children, both still alive, born Southrepp, Norfolk; Walter James Stevens, son, age 3, born Upton Park, Essex; Alfred George Stevens, son, age 2, born Upton Park, Essex; James Murphy, boarder, age 38, widower, labourer, public works contractor, open resident, Irish; Edward Henry Chatten, boarder, age 23, single, labourer, public works contractor,born Lavenham, Suffolk.


1912 June Quarter, Tendring Registration District, married Gertrude M Prew.

Children? - Sidney B Chatten born 1913 September Quarter, Tendring Registration District; Barbara E Chatten, born 1918, September Quarter, Tendring Registration District.

Enlisted Colchester, Essex.  Resided Weeley, R.S.O.

Buried at  Hermies Hill British Cemetery, II. E. 26., France.


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