Hyatt, Arthur Charles

Birth Name Hyatt, Arthur Charles
Gramps ID I0472
Gender male
Age at Death 73 years, 1 month, 30 days


Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Birth [E4188] 2 November 1874 Shoreditch, Essex, England  
Death [E4189] 1948 Brighton, Sussex  
Baptism [E4190] 1 January 1875 Saint John The Baptist, Hoxton  
Occupation [E4191]   Motor Mechanic


Relation to main person Name Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Hyatt, Arthur Charles [I0436]
Mother Bradley, Mary Anne [I0377]
    Sister     Hyatt, Ethel Louisa [I0440]
    Brother     Hyatt, John [I0453]
    Brother     Hyatt, Edgar Clarence [I0471]
         Hyatt, Arthur Charles [I0472]
    Brother     Hyatt, George Bernard [I0475]
    Sister     Hyatt, Grace Elizabeth [I0490]
    Sister     Hyatt, Winifred Elsie [I0492]
    Sister     Hyatt, Mary [I0499]


    Family of Hyatt, Arthur Charles and Inglis, Margaret Stocks [F0160]
Married Wife Inglis, Margaret Stocks [I0184]
Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Marriage [E5551] 17 June 1905 All Hallows, Tottenham, Haringay, Middlesex  
  1. Hyatt, Margaret Ethel [I0512]
  2. Hyatt, Charles Ronald [I0491]
  3. Hyatt, Elsie Mary Lesley [I0487]


Arthur served in the army for WW1, he signed up 09 Sep 1914, Service no. 159699, The 7th Royal Fusiliers, Royal Battalion. He was posted to France 09 Feb 1916 and returned injured in the field. His unit was walking along Delville Rd in france, he received concussion from an explosion on may 6th 1916. He was returned to a field hospital and then back to england 01 Oct 1916. He was reclassified for light work, sent to the Ministry of Munitions, at the Hotel Cecil, London WC and then discharged a full Lance Corporal on 12 Feb 1919. (His service record was over 100 pages long).

Before his service he lived at 59 new north road hackney, after at 13 east bank hackney.

NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, Alfred William Crane and Arthur Charles Hyatt, carrying on business as Card Box Manufacturers, formerly at 19, East-road, City-road, but latterly at 12, Hyde road, Hoxton, both in the county of London, under the style of "CRANE, HYATT, AND COMPANY," has been this day dissolved by mutual consent. All debts owing to and owing by the late firm will be received and paid respectively by Arthur Charles Hyatt.�ưDated this 20th day of June, 1903. ALFRED WILLIAM CRANE. and ARTHUR CHARLES HYATT. The London Gazette 26 june 1903

Bankruptcy registered 1906, High Court Papers Date: 1906, National Archives Piece details BT 226/1815


Type Value Notes Sources
RFN 633485588


  1. Hyatt, Arthur Charles [I0436]
    1. Bradley, Mary Anne [I0377]
      1. Hyatt, Arthur Charles
        1. Inglis, Margaret Stocks [I0184]
          1. Hyatt, Elsie Mary Lesley [I0487]
          2. Hyatt, Charles Ronald [I0491]
          3. Hyatt, Margaret Ethel [I0512]
      2. Hyatt, George Bernard [I0475]
      3. Hyatt, Ethel Louisa [I0440]
      4. Hyatt, Grace Elizabeth [I0490]
      5. Hyatt, John [I0453]
      6. Hyatt, Mary [I0499]
      7. Hyatt, Edgar Clarence [I0471]
      8. Hyatt, Winifred Elsie [I0492]