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William Tassart Patchitt

Ship/Rgn/Sqn No:01st Bn
Name of Rgt or Ship:Lancashire Fusiliers
Died:March Qtr 1925Age:44
How Died:Died of Wounds
Country of burial:U.K.Grave Photo:No
Cemetery or Memorial:XXX
Town Memorial:Sale
Extra Information:
The birth was registered in the name of PATCHITT, during the December
quarter 1880 in the Barton upon Irwell R.D. - ref: 8c/611, the son of
William & Ellen Desiree Patchitt (nee Tassart).

1881 Census - 3 Radnor Street, Stretford.    (Listed as PATCHITT).   Son -
aged: 0 - born: Stretford.   Head of household - William Patchitt - Married
- aged: 33 - occ: Cab Driver - born: Welbourne, Lincolnshire.  Also - Ellen
Desiree Patchitt - Wife - aged: 34 - born: France.  Plus 2 elder siblings.

1891 Census - Back of No. 40 King Street, Stretford.    (Listed as
PATCHITT).   Son - aged: 10 - Scholar - born: Stretford.   Head of
household - Ellen D. Patchitt - Widow - aged: 42 - occ: Nurse - born:
Boulogne, France.   Plus 1 elder brother - George Bethel Patchitt - aged:
14 - born: Stretford.

1901 Census - No Trace.

Married Grace Ellen Lewis during the September quarter 1909 in the Bucklow
R.D. - ref: 8a/443.

1911 Census - 8 Springfield Road, Sale.   (Listed as PATCHETT).   Head of
household - Tom L. Patchett - Married - aged: 30 - occ: Labourer - born:
Stretford.   Also - Grace Ellen Patchett - Wife - aged: 25 - occ: General
Servant - born: Beaumaris, Anglesey.

WO363 - Recorded as William Tassart Patchitt.   He attested at Manchester
into the King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment) on the 7th November 1898,
aged: 18 - Service No. 6080.   He was residing at 27 Nudford Street,
Stretford.   He was employed as a Labourer by Mr. Bullivant, a Contractor
from Moston, Manchester.    He was 5 feet 5 inches in height, weighed 115
lb, his chest measurements were 31 1/2 - to 33 1/2 inches.   He had a Fresh
complexion, Hazel eyes and Brown hair.

Reported in the 26/05/1916 edition of the local newspaper, as "W.T.
Patchett" of the 1st Bn Lancashire Fusiliers.  The report states that he
was, at that time, in the "Ingestre", Red Cross Hospital,  Ashton on
Mersey, making good progress after having both feet amputated at the
Salford Hospital.   He had suffered badly from frostbite at Gallipoli and
had also been wounded by shrapnel.

Died during the March quarter 1925 in the Manchester South R.D. - ref:

Listed as W.T. Patchett on the Sale War Memorial.
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