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James Chatten
(Abt 1836-)
Elizabeth / Eliza Shildrake
(Abt 1834-)
Samuel Chatten
(1859-1897)
Anne High
(Abt 1862-1935)
James Samuel Chatton
(1889-1918)

 

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James Samuel Chatton

  • Born: 1889, Lavenham, Suffolk
  • Died: 1918 aged 29
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bullet  General Notes:

births Sep qtr 1889 Chatten James Samuel Cosford 4a 664 ?

1891 census Brett Cottages
Samuel Chatten age 31 Tasburgh, Norfolk Head Tendring Essex, occ groom
Annie Chatten age 29 Salthouse, Norfolk wife Tendring Essex
Edward H Chatten age 3 Lavenham, Suffolk son Tendring Essex
James S Chatten age 1 Lavenham, Suffolk son Tendring Essex
Sidney R Chatten age 4m Tendring, Essex son Tendring Essex
1891 census rg12 1401 51 21

1901 census The Street , Tendring
Annie Chatton age 39 Salthouse, Norfolk Head Tendring, Essex , wid, occ laundress
Edward Chatton age 13 Salthouse, Suffolk Son Tendring, Essex, occ yard boy cattle
James Chatton age 11 Salthouse, Suffolk Son Tendring, Essex
Sidney Chatton age 10 Tendring, Essex Son Tendring, Essex
Charles Chatton age 8 Tendring, Essex Son Tendring, Essex
Amy Chatton age 6 Tendring, Essex Daughter Tendring, Essex
William Chatton age 4 Tendring, Essex Son Tendring, Essex
1901 census rg13 1697 8 7

1911 census HMS Duncan , Overseas Royal Navy
James Samuel Chatten Single age 21 Lavenham Cosford Suffolk Able Seaman

National Archives record
Name Chatten, James Samuel
Official Number: 236650
Place of Birth: Cosford, Suffolk
Date 11 May 1889
Catalogue reference ADM 188/420links to the Catalogue
Dept Records of the Admiralty, Naval Forces, Royal Marines, Coastguard, and related bodies
Series Admiralty: Royal Navy Registers of Seamen's Services
Piece 236501-237000



Commonwealth War Grave Commission information
Name: CHATTEN, JAMES SAMUEL
Initials: J S
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Able Seaman
Regiment: Royal Navy
Unit Text: H.M.S. "Kale."
Age: 28
Date of Death: 27/03/1918
Service No: 236650
Additional information: son of Annie Chatten, of The Row,
Tendring, Clacton-on-Sea, Essex.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: 28.
Cemetery: CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL

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bullet  Documentary notes:

1. Occupation: Royal Navy Able Seaman.

2. Listed on 1901 census: Listed on 1901 census.


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