Born: 1883, Buriton, Petersfield, Hampshire.
Baptised: Buriton; 6th August 1883; parents: Albert & Catherine Matilda Strugnell.
Died: 15th June 1915; age 33; Died of Wounds received in action, at the 21st Field Ambulance.
Residence: 62, Bramford Lane, Ipswich.
Enlistment Location: Portsmouth, Hampshire.
Date of Entry Therein: 5th October 1914 – France.
Rank: Driver; Service Number: 13156
Regiment: Royal Horse Artillery, 14th Brigade, ‘F’ Battery.
Medals Awarded: Victory, British War & 1914 Star & Clasp.
Pas de Calais,
Brother-in-Law to WILLIAM HENRY WISBY.
1891 Buriton, Hampshire.
Arthur was 7 years old and living with his parents & siblings.
Albert Strugnell, 33, a Horse Carter, born Bruiton.
Catherine Matilda Strugnell (nee Mariner), 31, born Bruiton.
Albert James Strugnell, 11, born Bruiton.
Alice Rosina Strugnell, 9, born Bruiton.
Herbert Harry Strugnell, 6, born Bruiton.
William Ernest Strugnell, 5, born Bruiton.
Emily Susan Strugnell, 3, born Bruiton.
Lily Harriet Strugnell, 11 months, born Bruiton.
1901 The Brigade Division, Royal Horse Artillery, N. S. & Y. Batteries, Wellington Lines, Aldershot, Surrey.
Arthur was 18 years old, a Soldier ranked Driver.
1911 Royal Artillery Barracks, St. Matthew’s, Ipswich.
Arthur was 28 years old, a Soldier ranked Driver.
In 1913, at Holly Lodge Baptist Church, Bramford Lane, Ipswich, Arthur married, Lily Maud Wisby, born February 1889, Ipswich – daughter of Frederick Wisby, a brickley – builder, and Caroline Elizabeth Wisby (nee Sheppard), of 7, Kingson Road, Ipswich.
They had 1 daughter:
Muriel May Strugnell, born July 1914, Ipswich.
Soldiers’ Effects to Lily Maud Strugnell – widow.
Arthur is also remembered on the war memorial at St. Mary’s Church, Buriton and on the Buriton war memorial and also on the war memorial at Museum Street Methodist Church, Ipswich.