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He was the son of Francis and Harriet Tatton. He was the husband of Alice Tatton and the father of Dorothy Tatton. In 1911 they lived at 35 St Cuthbert's Road Carlton Road Nottingham.
He was an insurance agent.
05 Jan 1918
299752 - CWGC Website
Royal Field Artillery
'D' Bty 189th Bde buried Roisel Communal Cemetery Extension
Obituary published in the 'Nottingham Evening Post, dated 2nd February 1918 :- “TATTON. - Killed in action, January 5th, Signaller Frank Tatton, R.F.A., aged 41, beloved brother of Cissie and Fred (Birmingham). Loved by all who knew him.” Obituaries published in the Nottingham Evening Post dated 4th January 1919 :- “TATTON. - In ever-loving memory of our dearest brother, Sig. Frank Tatton, killed in France January 5th, 1918. Sleep on, dear brother, in far off grave, a grave we may not see, but while our lives and memories last, we will ever think of thee. Mother and son reunited. - From his loving dad, Eliza, Ted, Lily, Jim and children. “TATTON. - In loving memory of my dear brother, killed in France January 5th. Never forgotten. - Evelyn and Bert. “TATTON. - In ever-loving memory of my dearest husband, who died January 5th, 1918. A sacrifice. - Wife and children, Doris and Eric.” Above obituaries courtesy of Jim Grundy and his facebook pages Small Town Great War Hucknall 1914-1918
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