Walkley History

News, events and discoveries of the Walkley Ways, Walkley Wars history project.

Cutt Brothers and the First World War

Of four Walkley brothers who served during the First World War, only one returned home. Here are their stories as discovered by Anthony Cutt.

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Edward Cutt, b.1887 in Sheffield, son of John Henry Cutt & Alice Cutt of Walkley, Sheffield. Husband of Mary Ann Cutt of St Asaph, Flintshire. 10th Btn West Yorkshire Reg’t, enlisted Sheffield, died of Wounds 26.04.1917, buried at Etaples Military Cemy, Pas De Calais, France. Remembered at St Marys Church, Walkley, Sheffield.

 

 

 

 

 

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John Arthur Cutt, b.1883 in Sheffield, son of John Henry Cutt & Alice Cutt of Walkley, Sheffield.    7th Btn Cheshire Reg’t, enlisted Sheffield, died of wounds 23.08.1918, buried at Bac-Du-Sud, British Cemetery, Bailleulval, Pas De Calais. Remembered at St Marys Church, Walkley, Sheffield.

 

 

 

 

 

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Walter Cutt, b.1892 in Sheffield, son of John Henry Cutt & Alice Cutt of Walkley, Sheffield. Husband of Henriette Cutt of Sheffield. 10th Btn Yorks & Lancs Reg’t, enl;isted Sheffield, arrived in France 10.09.1915, killed in action 26.09.1915, Commemorated on the Loos Memorial, Pas De Calais. Remembered in the Book of Remembrance, Holy Trinity, Wicker. Now kept at Christ Church, Pitsmoor.

 

 

 

 

 

img091Joseph Cutt b.1888 in Sheffield, son of John Henry Cutt & Alice Cutt of Walkley, Sheffield. Served in the Royal Munster Fusiliers and saw action at Gallipoli and Palestine. Survived the war and continued employment as a knife grinder. Died 1953.

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About Bill Bevan

Bill Bevan is an archaeologist, writer, photographer and heritage interpreter.

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This entry was posted on December 11, 2018 by in First World War, Uncategorized.
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