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Rank Private

Service Colonial Military Forces

Place of Death East London, South Africa
Service Number  Date of Death 14th February 1902

Cause of Death Died of disease

Born 12th August 1879 Launceston Tasmania and was the son of James Hutley of St. John Street Launceston 

Through the burning of the storehouse where his kit was kept, neither diary, papers or other memorials reached his family and friends.  Two letters received from his nurse indicate that his attack of fever was severe, and that he was unconscious a good part of the time.










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