1. Memorial:Spoilbank Cemetery
2. Book:The (1921) Masonic Roll of Honour 1914-1918Pg.122
3. Memorial:The (1940) Scroll - WW1 Roll of Honour21C GQS

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Family :

Husband of Jessie Fitch of Cambria 62 Tredegar Rd Southsea.

Service Life:


Unit / Ship / Est.: 6/Dorset Regiment 

6th (Service) Battalion Formed at Dorchester on 6 September 1914 as part of K2. Moved to Wareham and initially attached as Army Troops to 17th (Northern) Division. March 1915 : transferred to 50th Brigade in same Division. Moved to Romsey in May 1915. Landed at Boulogne on 14 July 1915.

Action : Actions in Spring 1916 

Actions in Spring 1916 covers a number of non specific actions on the Western Front in the period February to the end of June 1916. Much of this period concerned the build up to the Battle of the Somme, particularly the acclimatisation of the Service Battalions (Kitchener Volunteers) to trench routine. As the Battle of the Somme occupied the plans for 1916 no significant efforts were made in other sectors. Many of the casualties could be considered 'routine'. During the period December to June 1916 5845 British soldiers died in 'minor trench operations'.

Masonic :

TypeLodge Name and No.Province/District :
Mother : Aldershot Camp No. 1331 E.C.Hampshire & IOW


Discrepancies (Require checks, clarity or further research) :

The 1921 roll of honour lists Charles Christopher Fitch under Aldershot Camp Lodge No. 1331, however, when looking at the registers of the United Grand Lodge of England the same name cannot be found. The only similar entry is for Christopher John Fitch, who is recorded as resigned from the Lodge in 1912, but was a casualty of the Great War (DoD:16Feb1916). There is no evidence to suggest that he joined any other Lodge.

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