Hunt, Walter Leonard

Walter Leonard 


1897 - 1920
Rank Private
Service no.2300
Regiment Royal Army Medical Corps 5thNorthern Gen. Hosp
DiedJanuary 30, 1920



Walter Leonard

Walter was the son of William and Emily Hunt, of 44, St. George St., Leicester. He left school on 15th July 1910

1901 Census 17, Denmark Road, Leicester,

WilliamHunt HeadMarriedMale361865General Labourer Hathern, Leics

Emily E SHuntWife MarriedFemale261875 -Lowestoft, Suffolk,

William BHuntSon Single Male 61895 – –

Walter LHuntSon Single Male 41897 – Leicestershire,

Norah OHunt DaughterSingleFemale11900 Leicestershire,


1911 Census 44 St George St Leicester,

William Hunt Head Married Male 46 1865 Gas Fitter Hathern Leicestershire

Emily Hunt Wife Married Female 36 1875 – Lowestoft Suffolk

William B Hunt Son Single Male 16 1895 Clerk U S a American

Walter L Hunt Son – Male 14 1897 Clerk Leicestershire Leicester

Norah V Hunt Daughter Female 11 1900 School Leicester Leicester

Robert V Hunt Son – Male 8 1903 School Leicester Leicester

Arthur L Hunt Son – Male 1 1910 – Leicester Leicester

Victor S Tollington Nephew Male 7 1904 School Loughbrough Leicestershire


Burial at Welford Road Cemetery

4th Feb 1920 Grave 3181LEICESTER (WELFORD ROAD) Cemetery

Address given as 44 St George Street


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