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Private Arthur Dutton on This Day in History

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Private Arthur Dutton — died on 29/30 October 1915 — aged 20 — remembered on Tattenhall War Memorial and at Le Touret Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.

Arthur Dutton was born on 20 March 1895 at Golbourne-Bellow, a township of Tattenhall. His parents were Thomas Dutton, a Farm Labourer, and Eliza Dutton. Like many of his contemporaries, Arthur joined the Cheshire Regiment. He died on 29/30 October 1915, aged just 20 years old.

His very full and detailed story can be read on the Tattenhall Local History Website CLICK HERE.

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