WW1 - Surnames starting with the letter C. 

Sidney Coulter

Ship/Rgn/Sqn No:38th Bn
Name of Rgt or Ship:Machine Gun Corps (Inf)
How Died:Died of Wounds
Country of burial:FranceGrave Photo:Yes
Cemetery or Memorial:Doullens Communal Cemetery Extension No.1
Town Memorial:Stretford
Extra Information:
Born during the December quarter 1891 in the Edmonton R.D. - ref:3a/412,
the son of John Charles & Jane Eliza Coulter (nee Bumstead).

1901 Census - 18 Church Street, Islington, London.  Son - aged: 10 - born:
Clerkenwell, London.   Head of household - John Coulter - Married - aged:
38 - occ: Carpenter - born: Strood, Kent.  Also Jane Coulter - Wife - aged:
33 - born: Ivychurch, Kent.   Plus 4 siblings.

1911 Census - 1st Battalion, King's Own Rifle Corps, Aldershot.    Driver -
aged: 20 - born: Islington, London.    His parents and family were then
residing at 18 Hadfield Street, Stretford.  His father - John Charles
Coulter, a 48 year old Carpenter.  His mother Jane Eliza Coulter - aged:
43, plus 4 sisters.

Married Dora Penkethman during the December quarter 1915 in the Barton upon
Irwell R.D. - ref: 8c/1247.  Dora was born at Wrexham in 1895, the daughter
of Boot & Shoemaker - Henry & Harriett Penkethman.   There were three
brothers - JAMES (b.1886 Mcr) - WLLIAM (b.1890 Hyde) - BEN (b.1893

Formerly T/28085 R.A.S.C.   Local newspaper states that he was a private.

Death reported in the 10/05/1918 edition of the Altrincham Guardian.

Left a widow and one child (Sidney E. Coulter (b.1917) who was notified of
his death 3 days after the death of her brother - Gunner Penkethman of Sale
(who I have been unable to trace).

M.I. - "Too dearly loved to be forgotten by all at home".

Commemorated on the private family gravestone in Stretford Cemetery.

CWGC - Son of J. C. Coulter, of London; husband of Mrs. Dora Coulter, of
18, Hadfield St., Cornbrook, Manchester.

Memorials found on:
Stretford Borough Memorial Book
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