Private Harold Fred Puddephatt

Rank or Title

Date of Birth


Date of Death

15 Aug 1915


Diamond Foundry

Service Number


Place of Birth

United Kingdom

World War I Address

50 Butlin Road
United Kingdom

Place of Death


Grave Location


War Memorial Location

Soldier or Civilian

  • Soldier


The Luton News/Saturday Telegraph , 11th September 1915
Pte Harold Puddephatt


Pte Harold Frederick Puddephatt, 3066, A Company, 1/5th Bedfords, was killed in action on August 15th*, 1915. He was aged 21.

The son of Frederick and Emily Puddephatt, of 50 Butlin Road, Luton, he was an old boy of Chapel Street School and worked at the Diamond Foundry before enlistment.

The Luton Reporter and the Beds & Herts Saturday Telegraph both said that official notification of the death of August 15th had been received by Mrs Puddephatt on September 8th.

Her husband, Frederick, was with the 3/5th Bedfords at Windsor, while son Alfred was training with the 2/5th Bedfords at Newmarket.

Both Harold and Alfred were baker's assistants living with their family at 72 Hampton Road, Luton, when the 1911 Census was compiled.


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Pte Harold Puddephatt

Author: Deejaya

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