Born: 20th January 1877, Mile End Old Town, London.
Died: 18th May 1915; age 42; Died of Wounds received in action at Hill 60, at the District Hospital Newbury, Berkshire.
Residence: 528, Spring Road, Ipswich.
Enlistment Location: Ipswich.
Date of Entry Therein: 23rd March 1915 – France.
Rank: Private; Service Number: 17067
Regiment: Suffolk Regiment, 1st Battalion.
Medals Awarded: Victory, British War & 1915 Star.
Ipswich Old Cemetery,
Relatives Notified: Husband of F. Setterfield, of 62, Parliament Road, Ipswich.
1881 45, Dempsey Street, Mile End Old Town, London.
Charles was 4 years old and living with his parents & widowed maternal grandmother.
Henry Setterfield, 26, a Labourer – Packing Case – Carpenter, born Ipswich.
Susan Setterfield (nee Lee), 25, born Ely, Cambridgeshire.
Eliza Lee, 58, born Ely, Cambridgeshire.
1891 17, Dempsey Street, Mile End Old Town, London.
Charles was 14 years old and living with his parents.
Henry, 37, a Case maker.
1901 72, St. Helen’s Street, Ipswich.
Charles, was 24 years old, a Tripe Cutter – Shop – own account. He was married and Head of the Household.
1911 Brittannia Road, Ipswich.
Charles was 33 years old, a General Foundry Labourer. He was Head of the Household.
In 1898, Ipswich, Charles married, Florence Sarah Jessup, 1879, Sheerness, Kent.
They had 10 children:
Charles W. Setterfield, born 1898, Ipswich – died 1898, Ipswich.
Miriam Florence Setterfield, born 1899, Ipswich.
Henry Thomas Setterfield, born July 1901, Ipswich.
William Harold Setterfield, born 1902, Ipswich.
Charles David Setterfield, born April 1904, Ipswich.
Stanley Hayes Setterfiled, born January 1906, Ipswich.
Ada Maud Setterfield, born 1907, Ipswich – died 1908, Ipswich.
Frederick George Setterfield, born July 1909, Ipswich.
Mabel V. Setterfield, born 1911, Ipswich – died 1914, Ipswich.
Beatrice M. Setterfield, born 1914, Ipswich.
extra information provided by Graham Jones:
Private 17061 1st Suffolks Died of wounds 18 May 1915. Born at Islington, London, enlisted Ipswich. Husband of F. Setterfield, of 62, Parliament Rd, Ipswich. Buried in Ipswich cemetery.
In early May 1915, the 1st Battalion was on the Ypres Salient when the enemy unleashed a violent artillery bombardment of high explosive shells followed by poison gas. For days the 1st Battalion valiantly held its position until being finally over run. Casualties on 8 May amounted to over 400.
Suffolk Regiment, 1st Battalion: