Tyrrell Pinn

Bank: Coutts & Co

Place of work: London Strand office

Died: 12 October 1915


Tyrrell Steventon Pinn was born in Lisson Grove, London, in 1883, the son of Henry Pinn, a cashier, and his wife Frances. He started work as a clerk at Coutts & Co in May 1904.


In November 1908 Pinn became a volunteer soldier, a member of the 15th (Civil Service Rifles) Battalion of the London Regiment. When war broke out in August 1914 he was mobilised with his battalion, leaving the bank to go on active service. In December 1914 he was commissioned into the East Yorkshire Regiment as a Second Lieutenant. He was later sent to France.


Second Lieutenant Pinn was wounded at the Battle of Loos, and died in hospital in Rouen on 12 October 1915.


Tyrrell Pinn is commemorated on a bank war memorial at Coutts & Co, London 440 Strand.

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