The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private J F Hatton


Photograph by "Len"

Private Joseph Frederick HATTON, G/30921, 7th Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, (formerly G/57608, Middlesex Regiment), killed in action, Flanders France, death assumed on or after, 25th April 1918, age 19.

13th March 1899, born Langley, Buckinghamshire, son of Joseph & Rhoda Hatton.

7th May 1899, West Drayton, Hillingdon, baptism of Joseph Frederick Hatton, son of Joseph Frederick, (labourer), & Adelaide Rhoda Hatton, of Langley, Buckinghamshire.

1911 Census - Cottage, Horsemoor Green, Langley, Buckinghamshire - Joseph Hatton, head, age 43, married, farm labourer, worker, born Little Wittenham, Berkshire; Rhoda Hatton, wife, age 37, married 13 years, 7 children, 6 still alive, born  Langley, Buckinghamshire; Joseph Hatton, son, age 12, born  Langley, Buckinghamshire; George Hatton, son, age 10, born  Langley, Buckinghamshire; Nellie Hatton, daughter, age 9, born  Langley, Buckinghamshire; Adelaide Hatton, daughter, age 8, born  Langley, Buckinghamshire; Ralph Hatton, son, age 6, born  Langley, Buckinghamshire; Sidney Hatton, son, age 4, born  Langley, Buckinghamshire.

Enlisted White City, London, W.    

Buried at Hangard Communal Cemetery Extension, III. B. 9., France. Commemorated on Langley, Buckinghamshire War Memorial.

NOTE - see also Pte H G Hutton, cannot find a link but in both Regiments consecutive numbers?

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