Name Shugborough Newett STEEDEN (d)  
Rank/Number Private  / 16961
Regiment/Unit Oxford & Bucks Light Infantry / Depot
Age/Date of death 28 / 12 Nov 1918 
How died/Theatre of war Died / Home
Residence at death The Gables, Winslow lt Tingewick 
Cemetery Tingewick Churchyard 
Grave Reference  
Location of memorial Tingewick Church 
Date/Place of birth c1890 / Tingewick
Date/Place of baptism 25 May 1890 Tingewick 
Occupation of Casualty gardener 
Parents/Occupation George Watkin Steeden & Elizabeth Steeden / carpenter
Parents' Address 1901: Church Lane, Tingewick 
Wife Elsie Louisa Steeden nee Pollard 
Wife's Address Addington 
Notes formerly 958 4th OBLI. Surname sometimes spelled Steedon. See for Pension Papers. Not on CWGC or SDGW. Silver War Badge. Died of influenza; buried 15 Nov 1918, wife buried the same day. He played cricket and football for Tingewick