The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private M B  Hutchins


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Private Maurice Basil HUTCHINS, G/30735, 8th Battalion, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died Cambrai Hospital, from Spanish influenza, (after Armistice),  26th November 1918, age 19.

1899 April, born Kensington, London, son of Thomas Ives Hutchins and Minnie Hutchins, of 22, Bolingbroke Road, West Kensington, London.


1911 Census - 21 Applegarth Road, Brook Green, Hammersmith, London, W - Thomas Ives Hutchins, head, age 46, married, Overseer Telegraphs, Postal Tel Service English Government, worker, born Marylebone, London; Minnie Hutchins, wife, age 42, married 24 years, 6 children, 5 still alive, born Paddington, London; Olivia Agnes Hutchins, daughter, age 20, single, born Fulham, London; Wilfrid Bernard Hutchins, son, age 14, school, born Kensington, London;  Cyril Edmund Hutchins, son, age 13, school, born Kensington, London;  Maurice Basil Hutchins, son, age 12, school, born Kensington, London; Sylvia Hutchins, daughter, age 4, born Hammersmith, London; Ann Hunt, Mother in Law, age 76, widow, born Treborough, Taunton, Somerset.


Buried at  Awoingt British Cemetery, III. F. 25., France.

NOTE: Not included in Regimental History or Soldiers Died in the Great War, but included on CWGC web site.


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