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Harold SHUTTLEWORTH

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Surname: SHUTTLEWORTH

Forename(s): Harold

Place of Birth: Crosshills, Yorkshire

Service No: J/36639

Rank: Ordinary Seaman

Regiment / Corps / Service: Royal Navy

Battalion / Unit: H.M.S. 'Indefatigable'

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Age: 19

Date of Death: 1916-05-31

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CWGC Grave / Memorial Reference: 13.

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CWGC Memorial: PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL

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Local War Memorial: CROSSHILLS, YORKSHIRE

Additional Information:

Harold Shuttleworth (born 31 May 1897) was the son of Lawrence and Alice Shuttleworth, née Burrows. Lawrence was born at Eastburn, Yorkshire and Alice in London. Harold was the nephew of Private Thomas Whitaker Shuttleworth (18/1045) (q.v.).

1901 Glusburn, Yorkshire Census: 3, Skipton Road - Harold Shuttleworth, aged 3 years, born Junction, Crosshills, grandson of Thomas and Ann Shuttleworth. [Harold's parents, Lawrence and Alice were living at number 3a, Skipton Road, Glusburn.]

1911 Bradford, Yorkshire Census: 46, Bingley Street - Harold Shuttleworth, aged 14 years, born Kildwick Parish, Yorkshire, son of Alice and [stepson of] Sam Francis.

Harold is commemorated in the 'City of Bradford Great War 1914-1918 Roll of Honour'.

Data Source: Commonwealth War Graves Commission

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Regiment / Corps / Service Badge: Royal Navy

Regiment / Corps / Service Badge: Royal Navy

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Surname: SHUTTLEWORTH

Forename(s): Harold

Country of Service: United Kingdom

Service Number: J/36639

Rank: Ordinary Seaman

Regiment: Royal Navy

Unit: H.M.S. "Indefatigable"

Age: 19

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Died Date: 31/05/1916

Additional Information: Son of Alice Francis (formerly Shuttleworth), of 46, Bingley St., Brownroyd, Bradford, Yorks., and the late Lawrence Shuttleworth. Native of Kildwick, Skipton.

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THE NATIONAL ROLL OF THE GREAT WAR 1914 – 1918 SECTION 1X BRADFORD (The National Publishing Company)

SHUTTLEWORTH, H., A.B., Royal Navy

He volunteered in March 1915, and after his training was posted to H.M.S. ‘Lion,’ which vessel was engaged on important duties in the North Sea. His ship also took part in the Battle of Jutland, in which he was unfortunately killed in action on May 31st, 1916. He was entitled to the General Service and Victory Medals.

“Thinking that remembrance, though unspoken, may reach him where he sleeps.”

46, Bingley St., Bradford.

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