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Surname: SCUTT
Initials: F H
Date of Birth Q4, 1892
Place of BirthCranborne
Place of Birth Source1911 Census
Schools attended Cranborne Church of England School where he was known as Fred.
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Family (parents and grandparents)Son of Eli and Elizabeth SCUTT.
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NotesFrederick is one of 50 listed in Cranborne Parish Church as returning from the front. The Cranborne Church of England Schools Log Book for 1912 - 1929 in its entry dated 11th September 1914 under the heading “The following scholars have enlisted to fight for his King and Country in the great European War” this includes 'Fred Scutt'. There is a second entry for Fred dated 16th June 1916 regarding eight boys who were scholars in our school who had been promoted – this included: Fred Scutt R.E. - has been made Sergeant.
Regiment at call-upRoyal Field Artillery
Regiment at dischargeTank Corps
Rank at call-upActing Bombardier
Service no at call-up214
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Other service no200393
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Age at death72
Date of death 1964
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Place of deathPoole, Dorset
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