Hytten, Edwin Christopher


War Service:
Second Lieutenant EDWIN CHRISTOPHER HYTTEN of the 11th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment died on 12 November 1916 aged 26.

The London Gazette of 7 January 1916 announced that on 29 December 1915 he had been commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Hampshires. He had previously been serving as a private in the London Field Ambulance, RAMC.

He is buried in the churchyard at Loker near Ypres.

Location of Memorial:
He is remembered on the memorial in St Bartholomew’s church, Sydenham. He is also commemorated on the Sydenham, Forest Hill & District Tradesmens' WW1 War Memorial and the All Saints Church WW1 War Memorial.

He was born in Glasgow, the son of Edith Emmeline Hytten, of "Fairlawn," Addington Grove, Sydenham, and the late Christian Olaf Hytten.


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