Samuel Lavender Mallett.

. From a local newspaper dated 11/8/16 Huntingdon Rifleman Dangerously Wounded, Mrs. Mallet, of Priory Road, Huntingdon, has been officially informed by telegram that her son, Rifleman S. L. Mallet, 2 nd London Regt., has been dangerously wounded.  He was employed by Mr. Nicholas, butcher, Huntingdon, and at the outbreak of war joined the Hunts. Cyclists and transferred to a London Regiment.  He had been in France six weeks.  Two brothers are in the Army, one in the Beds. Regt. and the other in the A. V. C.

2nd London Regiment ( Queens county of London's.)  

Local papers date =  11/8/1916   -   Mrs. Mallett, of Priory Road, Huntingdon, has received a telegram stating that her son, Rifleman S. l. Mallett has been seriously wounded.  Rifleman Mallett was at first in the Hunts. Cyclists, but was transferred to the London Regiment, and had been at the front for about six weeks.

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