Malvern College First World War Casualty

Lieutenant Stanton Degge Wilmot-Sitwell

Photo of Stanton Degge Wilmot-Sitwell
House and time at Malvern: No 7, 1910 - 1914.

Regiment: Royal Marines Light Infantry.
Died: 14 July 1915 aged 19 in Turkey. Killed in action in Gallipoli.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Helles Memorial P 2-7

Born: 25th July 1896. Son of Francis Stanton and Mary Innes Wilmot-Sitwell, Monkswell, Beaulieu, Hants.
Lower IV—Army III. House Prefect.
R.M.L.I. 1914. Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div Royal Marines.

'He went out with the R.N.D. in the Mediterranean Expeditionary Forde, Feb 1915, landed at Gaba Tepe with the Anzacs, and was killed in action on the slopes of Achi Baba, on the 13th July.' (De Ruvigny)

His name is inscribed in a memorial at St Matthew's Church, Morley, Derbyshire below a statue of St George.Memorial details