Lt. H. C. Cutler – His Grave Marker

Lt H. C. Cutler Propeller

Lt H. C. Cutler Propeller

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Graham Harradine sent in the picture attached to this blog of a prop used as a grave marker for a Lt. H. C. Cutler of 24 Sqn. He photographed it in the military section of the Worcester museum but didn’t have time to get any more info as the museum was closing for the day.

If you can shed any more light on this bit of history, add a comment below.

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3 Responses to “Lt. H. C. Cutler – His Grave Marker”

  1. AJH Says:

    Hi, I think I have found this post rather late but I have been researching Herbert Cecil Cutler as he was an old boy of our school,mentioned on our roll of honour. There’s a bit of info here http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=55917721 I have some paperwork and another photo at school, please email me if anyone is interested. Thanks.

    • the24sec Says:

      AJH – well done on your research re Herbert. I have visited the link to submitted and it looks like the man in question. I will contact you re the offer of other material and possibly do another post on the BLog. Many Thanks.

  2. Jean-Luc Gibot Says:

    His grave is in Templeux le Guérard British Cemetery not far from Péronne (dept. of Somme)

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