Statt family page
US immigration form for Daniel John Statt
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Origins of surname
The closest reference we have found to this name is Statter, from old English stott for a horse or, a bit later on, an ox or steer. The ‘er’ suffix indicates someone who worked with one of these animals.
This surname first appeared in Jersey records in the 1860s
Great War service
- Reuben Herbert Statt (1881- ) (St H) son of Daniel and Mary Ann Pallot, Private, Dorset Regiment
- Garnet Wilfred Statt (1887- ) (St H) Private RAF
- Talbot Vernon Disraeli Statt (1893- ) (St H) Private, King's Liverpool Regiment
- Gordon William Beaconsfield Statt (1884- ) (St H) Chaplain RN, HMS Empress of India
- Cecil Clarence Statt (1896- ) (St H) Lieutenant RAF, observer (shown in digital Roll of Service as brother of Gordon, but not in family census return for 1901)