1. Memorial:Brookwood Military CemeteryVI. B. 3.
2. Book:The Masonic Roll of Honour 1914-1918

Awards & Titles:


Family :

Son of Christopher Clarke Hutchinson, K.C., and Francis Hutchinson; husband of Monica Hutchinson (nee Pinching).

Military :


Unit :Royal Fusiliers 
Attached : 
Action :Post War 

Detail :

De Ruvigny'sVolume 5: "HUTCHINSON, ANTHONY CHRISTOPHER CAMPBELL, Major 5th (Reserve) Battn. The Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regt.) elder s. of the late Christopher Clarke Hutchinson K.C., by his wife, Frances Joyce (1, Pelham Crescent, S.W.), dau. of Thomas Hughes, of Llandilo; b. Forest Gate, co. Essex, 4 Oct 1883; educ. Merchant Taylors' School and Trinity Hall, Cambridge, (Scholar), where he took his degree in 1905; volunteered for active servie on the outbreak of war, and receiving a commission, was gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Fusiliers in Sept. 1914: promoted Lieut. in 1915; Capt. in 1916, and Major in 1917; servied with the Salonika Army from Nov. 1915 (being appointed Brigade Machine Gun Officer), where he saw much fighting and took part in the Serbian retreat; proceeeded to Palestine in Sept. 1916, and served with the Egyptain Expeditionary Force there; was present at several severe engagements; returned home on leave in July, 1918; completed a Machine Gun Course at Grantham, and died at Queen Alexandra's Military Hospital, Millbank, 18 Nov. follwing of double pneumonia following influenza. Buried in Brookwood Cemetery. At Cambridge Major Hutchinson was a notable oar, and rowed int he winning Trial Eight in two successive years. He m. at St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, S.W., 4 July 1914. Monica, yr. dau. of the late Archibald Pinching and had a daughter, Patricia, b. 13 May, 1915."

Post War includes all operations in all theatres up to 31st August 1921. This excludes the campaign in Russia against the Bolsheviks. It also includes men who succombed to wounds post war and who died from various causes whilst still in the services but post war.

Masonic :

TypeLodge Name and No.Province/District :
Mother : Canterbury No. 1635 E.C.London

10th January 1911
14th February 1911
21st March 1911

The contribution record shows that a Anthony Christopher Campbell Hutchinson was initiated in 1911. He was a Secretary to a Pub Co., resident at 59 Granveille Road, S.E. Three years war service are recorded and the final annotation shows that he "Died 14th Jan 1919."

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