Arthur Porter Munton of Little Casterton was a gardener in Braunston before the First World War. He enlisted with the Army Service Corps, Mechanical Transport Section on 5 June 1917, but never went abroad. He contracted fever from which he died at the Hither Green Hospital, Lewisham, on 1 August 1917, leaving a widow and one child. His Captain wrote: "He proved himself a willing soldier, performing his duties cheerfully and winning thereby the good feeling of all NCOs and men." He was 31. Arthur is buried in the churchyard in Little Casterton, behind the church, and is also remembered on Braunston's war memorial, the village where he worked.
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