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John Chatten
(Abt 1829-1903)
Susan Blake
(Abt 1828-1909)
Benjamin Simmons
(Cir 1824-)
Frederick William Chatten
Isabella Alice Simmons
(Cir 1865-1940)
Herbert Benjamin Chatten


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Herbert Benjamin Chatten

  • Born: 1891, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
  • Died: 19 Oct 1917, France at age 26
  • Buried: Calais Southern Cemetery, Plot A Row 2 , Grave 6

bullet  General Notes:

births Jun qtr 1891 Chatten Herbert Benjamin J Yarmouth 4b 9

1891 census
Frederick William Chatten age 27 Carleton Rode, Norfolk Head Great Yarmouth Norfolk, occ harness maker
Alice Isabella Chatten age 25 Great Yarmouth, Norfolk wife Great Yarmouth Norfolk
Agnes Margrett Chatten age 6 Great Yarmouth, Norfolk daughter Great Yarmouth Norfolk
Beatrice Elizt Chatten age 4 Great Yarmouth, Norfolk daughter Great Yarmouth Norfolk
Frederick John Chatten age 2 Great Yarmouth, Norfolk son Great Yarmouth Norfolk
Herbert Benjamin Chatten age 1m Great Yarmouth, Norfolk son Great Yarmouth Norfolk
1891 census rg12 1499 51 20

1901 census Cordwell
John Chatten age 72 Diss; Heywood, Norfolk Head Bunwell Norfolk, occ retired innkeeper
Susan Chatten age 72 Carleton Rode, Norfolk wife Bunwell Norfolk
Herbert Chatten age 9 Yarmouth, Norfolk grandson Bunwell Norfolk
Agnes Chatten age 15 Yarmouth, Norfolk granddaughter Bunwell Norfolk
1901 census rg13 1864 83 11

1911 census
Institution: 98th Battery R F H, 98th Battery Royal Field Artillery, Roberts Heights, Pretoria, Transvaal, South Africa
Military details: Driver 98th Battery R F A

Name Relation Condition Yrs married Age Occupation Where Born
Herbert Benjamin Chatten Single age 21 Driver Gt Yarmouth Norfolk

RG14 PN34977 RD641 SD2 ED15 SN9999

Roberts Heights Transvast South Africa Overseas military

From Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Initials: H B
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Driver
Regiment: Royal Field Artillery
Unit Text: 7th Divisional H.Q.
Age: 27
Date of Death: 19/10/1917
Service No: 53640
Additional information: son of Fred and Alice Chatten, of 34, Suffield Road, Gorleston, Gt. Yarmouth.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: Plot A. Row 2. Grave 6.


bullet  Documentary notes:

1. Occupation: Driver 53640 ,7th Divisional HQ , Royal Field Artillery (Horse).

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