Boulton, Stephen Philip (Lieutenant, b.1890 - d.1918)

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Accession Number 1DRL/0138
Collection type Private Record
Record type Collection
Measurement 2 grey archival folders: 10 cms.
Object type Letter
Maker Boulton, Stephen Philip
Place made At sea, Egypt, Greece: Aegean Islands, Imbros, Malta: Malta (island), Sliema, Ottoman Empire: Turkey, Dardanelles, Gallipoli, United Kingdom: England, Greater London, London, United Kingdom: England, Wiltshire, Salisbury Plain, Western Front
Date made 1915-1925; 1928
Access Open
Related File This file can be copied or viewed via the Memorial’s Reading Room. AWM315 895/004/193
Conflict First World War, 1914-1918
Copying Provisions Copying is permitted for the purposes of research and study, subject to physical condition
Description

Collection relating to the First World War service of Lieutenant Stephen Philip Boulton, 2 Field Artillery Brigade, Egypt, Gallipoli and France, 1915-1925. Collection consists of original and typewritten copies of letters written home to family in Sydney NSW, and correspondence relating to the relocation of his grave in France. Regular letters cover entire military service, including officer training and promotions to Lieutenant. Lt Boulton was mortally wounded on 3 October 1918 during the attack on the Beaurevoir Line and died shortly afterwards.

These letters along with those of his brother have been published in 'Brothers in Arms: The Great War Letters of Captain Nigel Boulton, RAMC, & Lieut Stephen Boulton, AIF', held in the Memorial's collection at 940.48194 B764b.