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Nottingham
He was the son of Mary Pitt and the brother of Nellie (later Marson), Hilda, Beatrice, Caroline, Dorothy and William Pitt. In 1911 they lived at 2 King's Pace King George Street and later 22 De Ligne Street Radford (both Nottingham).
He was an errand boy in 1911.
09 Sep 1918
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Private
11th Bn Royal Scots Fusiliers
Pte. John Thomas Pitt, 11th Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers, was killed in action on 9th September 1918. He is buried in St. Venant-Robecq Road British Cemetery, Robecq.
In memoriam published 9th September 1919 in the Nottingham Evening Post :- “PITT. – In loving memory of my dear son, Pte. J. Pitt, killed in action September 9th, 1918. Never will his memory fade. – Loving mother, brother, and sisters. “PITT. – In loving memory of our dear brother, killed September 9th, 1918, R.S.F. Sadly missed. Some day we'll understand. – Nellie and Will. “PITT. – In loving memory of our dear brother, killed September 9th, 1918. Silently mourned. – Hilda and Jim. “PITT. – In proud remembrance of my dear brother, killed September 9th, 1918. Cherished memories. – Loving sister Beaty and Horace. PITT. – In loving memory of our dear brother, killed September 9th, 1918. Ever in our thoughts. – Ethel [illegible] and Nellie.” Above in memoriam are courtesy of Jim Grundy and his facebook pages Small Town Great War Hucknall 1914-1918
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