ALBERT EDWARD DUNNETT

 

 

Born: 1876, Woodbridge, Suffolk.

Died: 2nd June 1915; age 39; Strangulated Hernia – 1st Eastern General Hospital, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire.

Date of Entry Therein: 12th May 1915 – Balkans.

Rank: Lance Corporal; Service Number: 1255

Regiment: Royal Army Medical Corps.

Formerly 1416, 1st/6th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment.

Medals Awarded: Victory, British War & 1915 Star.

 

Grave Reference:

Y.4.40.

Ipswich Old Cemetery,

Ipswich,

Suffolk.

 

Relatives Notified & Address: Husband of Margaret S.L. Dunnett, of 39, Wellesley Road, Ipswich.

 

CENSUS

 

1881   High Street, Walton, Suffolk.

 

Albert was 4 years old and living with his maternal aunt & uncle + cousin.

Charles Daines Cant, 22, a Baker, born Mistley, Essex.

Ann Cant (nee Dunnett), 27, born Martlesham, Suffolk.

Annie Priscilla Cant, 1, born Walton, Suffolk.

 

1891   108, Woodhouse Street, Ipswich.

 

Albert was 14 years old, a Baker. He was living with his maternal aunt & uncle + cousin.

Charles, 37, a Baker.

Ann, 37.

Annie, 11.

1 general servant.

 

1901   9, Arthur Street, Ipswich.

 

Albert was 24 years old, a Iron Foundry Labourer. He was married & Head of the Household.

Margaret, 24.

Constance, 2.

Elsie, 2 months.

 

1911   39, Wellesley Road, Ipswich.

 

Albert was 34 years old, a Machine Erectors Assistant – Engineering.

Margaret, 34.

Constance, 12.

Elsie, 10.

 

Albert’s mother was Sarah Dunnett (nee Catton), born 1854, Rendlesham, Suffolk – died 1880, Ipswich.

Albert’s father was John Sparrow Dunnett, born 1852, Martlesham, Suffolk – died 1922, Woodbridge. John re-married in 1882, Hasketon, Suffolk.

 

On the 27th March 1898, St. Helen’s Church, Ipswich, Albert married Margaret Sophia Louisa Robinson, born 1876, Nedging, Suffolk. They had 2 children:

Constance Louisa Dunnett, 1899, Ipswich.

Elsie Rosetta Dunnett, 1901, Ipswich.

Albert is also remembered on the Orwell Works Memorial Ransomes Sims & Jefferies Ipswich.

Royal Army Medical Corps

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