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Mutton, H C

Mont l'Abbe New Cemetery, Jersey

Mont l'Abbe New Cemetery, Jersey


Notice of Death appears in Jersey Evening Post of Saturday 30 December 1916

NEWS ITEM in Jersey Evening Post of Tuesday 2 January 1917

The Late Mr H C Mutton. The body was landed today from the SS Alberta of Mr Harold Charles Mutton, only son of Mrs Mutton of Rocquaine, Parade Road. The deceased, who was in his 21st year was engaged as an engineer on submarine work at Portsmouth and died on 29 December of kidney trouble. He leaves many friends who will regret to hear of his untimely decease. The remains were landed covered with the Union Jack and will be interred tomorrow morning, the first portion of the funeral service takes place at St Marks Church at 11 o'clock.


Harold Charles Mutton

Private Harold Charles Mutton
2/4 Hants (EG) Coy., Royal Engineers

Only son of the late Richard Mutton and American born Mrs Louisa Mutton of Rocquaine, Parade Road, St Helier, Jersey. Born at St Helier. Discharged 30/06/1916

Died in Southsea, aged 20 years.

Picture courtesy of Mike & Rosemarie Thomas