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Born: 1874, Baildon
Died: 1 October 1916, Somme
Buried: Regina Trench Cemetery, Grandcourt
Address: Green Lane, Baildon
Parents: Joseph & Hannah
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Siblings: Sarah, Ada, Lincoln, Lille, Joseph, Annie, Frederick
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Military
Rank: Pte
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Regiment: Canadian Mounted Rifles
Charles Nutter
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Charlie was born in Baildon in 1878, the sixth of eight children of John and Hannah Nutter. He and his brother Joseph both emigrated to Canada, both returned to fight for the old country and both were killed in action on the same day. On 10 November 1916, the Shipley Times & Express reported: Pte Charlie Nutter, son of Mrs Nutter of 7 Manor Croft, Baildon, has been killed in action. He went out to Canada about twelve years ago and joined the Canadians out there about 18 months ago. This is the second son of Mrs Nutter who has been killed. Both Charlie and Joseph were well-known Baildon lads and resided in Green Lane all their life up to going to Canada
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Shipley Times & Express 5 October 1917