|Kettering Leader, 7th June 1918, transcribed by Kay Collins
Wollastonian Dies of Wounds
A B. Arthur Wm. Catlin, Royal Naval Depot, eldest son of Mrs. Wm. Catlin, Church End, Wollaston, died from wounds in France on May 15th. He was 19 years of age, and enlisted twelve months last April. He was at home six weeks ago. Prior to enlisting he was a shoe operative in the employ of Messrs. Nutt and Rice, shoe manufacturers, Wollaston. His father, Pte William Catlin is serving in France.