NUTTALL S V

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NUTTALL, Samuel Vincent

Samuel Vincent NUTTALL

Regiment: 5 Bn Cheshire Regiment

Rank: Private

Number: 241029

Died: 16 August 1917

Aged: 21

Buried/Memorial: Tyne Cot Memorial

Address: 79 Hoole Road, Hoole


NUTTAL "Six Soldier Sons"



Cheshire Observer 3 November 1917

MISSING

Private Samuel V Nuttall Cheshire regiment has been reported missing since August this year. He is a son of Mr & Mrs Nuttall of City House City Road Chester who have five other sons serving in the Army.”


The 1911 Census shows Samuel Vincent as a 14-year-old schoolboy living at 79 Hoole Road together with father Hargreaves, mother Emily, brothers Cecil Harold, Ernest Edgar, Albert Ernest and John Stanley, sister Ivy Evelyn and three boarders. Private Samuel Vincent Nuttall, known to his father as Vin was born 9th May 1896. He lived in Hoole and joined up in 1914. He died at the Battle of Passchendaele on 16th Aug 1917 aged 21.


Private Samuel Vincent Nuttall, known to his father as 'Vin' was born 9th May 1896. He lived in Hoole and joined up in 1914. He died at the Battle of Passchendaele on 16th Aug 1917 aged 21.[1]

References

  1. Courtesy of K Silvester, Private Nuttall's grandnephew