South Ferriby - Walter Huteson

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Reference WMO/263488


St Nicolas Churchyard

High Street

South Ferriby Barton-upon-Humber

DN18 6HS


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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
  • Stone Stone (any)
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Vertical rectangular grey stone with Gothic top and small rounded shoulders, stone narrows below shoulders before widening toward bottom. Stands on rectangular horizontal chamfered foundation. Unidentified inscribed decoration parallels top of stone only, triangular recessed panel beneath has flower and leaf decoration. Dedication below panel in very faded black lead lettering, now partially missing. Some staining and lichen contamination.
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In / Loving Memory Of / Ernest / The Beloved Son Of / Sargent And Emma / Huteson, Who Was Accidentally Drowned / July 9th 1905 / Aged 22 Years. / Behold He Taketh Away, Who Can / Hinder Him, Who Will Say Unto Him / What Doest Thou. Job Ix Chap Xiiv / Also Of Walter / Brother Of The Above / Who Died Of Wounds Received / In Action June 1st 1917 / Aged 38 Years. / Greater Love Hath No Man Than This / That He Lay Down His Life For His Friends

Refers to:- Walter Huteson. Private 41357. 22nd Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment (SDGW has 27342 East Yorkshire Regiment) transferred to 11096 19th Company, Labour Corps. Died of wounds 1st June 1917. Son of Sargent and Emma Huteson (neeTurner) of South Ferriby, Lincs. Husband of Jane Ann Huteson (nee Pearce) of Aldbrough, YKS. Father of Ernest, Alfred Tomlinson, Sarah Ethel and Dora Evelyn Huteson. Born c1880 South Ferriby, Lincs (as 1881 census, birth not found), enlisted Beverley and resident Aldbrough, YKS. Buried Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension. III.B.206

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