Rank: 2nd Lieutenant (previously Private in Leicestershire Regiment & Army Cyclist Corps)
Year of death: 1917
Date of birth: QE Sep 1895
Date of death: 27.11.1917
Place of death: Killed in action
(1) 11391 (Leicestershire Regiment)
(2) 12898 (Army Cyclist Corps)
(3) N/K (West Yorkshire Regiment)
(1) Leicestershire Regiment
(2) Army Cyclist Corps)
(3) 2/8th West Yorkshire Regiment, Prince of Wales’ Own (Leeds Rifles Pals Territorials).
Campaign Medals & Silver War Badge.
Family grave – “Killed in action” age 22.
Local newspaper report – Battle of Cambrai, died of wounds, age 22.
Cemetery location: Dean Road Cemetery, Scarborough, Section F
CWGC Cambrai Memorial, Louveral Military Cemetery, France, Panel 5.
Remembered on family grave in Dean Road Cemetery, Scarborough.
Born in 1895 in Leeds. Parents, Charles Brown & Maud Frances Hutchinson. 1911 census living at 54 Tennyson Avenue, Scarborough.
In loving memory of/CHARLES BROWN/HUTCHINSON/died Oct 16th 1919/aged 47 year/also of/2nd Lieut GEORGE/RUSSELL HUTCHINSON/son of the above/killed in action Nov 27th 1917/aged 22 years/also of MAUD FRANCES/HUTCHINSON/beloved wife of CHARLES/died Nov 18th 1955 aged 82 years/Re-united/also of/ GERTRUDE ELIZABETH BARYSHAW/died Dec 6th 1945.