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Walter Barttelot (disambiguation) Sir Walter Barttelot, 1st Baronet (1820–1893) was a British politician.
Sir Walter Barttelot, 3rd Baronet Sir Walter Balfour Barttelot, 3rd Baronet, DSO (22 March 1880 – 23 October 1918) was of the Barttelot Baronetcy and grandson of Sir Walter Barttelot, 1st Baronet. The Barttelots are said to have come into England with William the Conqueror, and to have fixed their residence at a place called "At Ford", in the parish of Stopham Sussex.
Sir Walter Barttelot, 3rd Baronet Barttelot's brother, Lieutenant-Commander Nigel Kenneth Walter Barttelot had been killed in the early days of World War I, whilst commanding the destroyer HMS "Liberty" during the Battle of Heligoland Bight.
Sir Walter Barttelot, 2nd Baronet Barttelot was killed in action on 23 July 1900 (aged 45) at Retief's Nek, Orange Free State in South Africa during the Second Boer War.
Sir Walter Barttelot, 2nd Baronet Barttelot Road, in Horsham, West Sussex, takes its name from the family.
Sir Walter Barttelot, 2nd Baronet He held the office of Justice of the Peace for Sussex, the office of Justice of the Peace for Devon and was County Councillor for the Western Division of Sussex. He succeeded to the title of 2nd Baronet Barttelot, of Stopham, Sussex on 2 February 1893, after his father died of natural causes on the same day of his second wife's funeral.
Sir Walter Barttelot, 3rd Baronet Barttelot was survived by his wife and two sons. The eldest son, Sir Walter de Stopham Barttelot, 4th Baronet, was killed in action as a brigadier on 16 August 1944, in Normandy during Operation Overlord during the Second World War. Barttelot was commemorated with memorial services in Stopham Parish Church on 9 November 1918, and at Holy Trinity Brompton on 11 November. His widow remarried, to Commander N. W. Diggle CMG, Naval Attaché in Rome, on 30 April 1920.
Sir Walter Barttelot, 3rd Baronet Barttelot was born at The Manor, Sidmouth on 22 March 1880. He was educated at Fonthill, East Grinstead and Eton College.
Sir Walter Barttelot, 3rd Baronet With the outbreak of the First World War, Barttelot initially served in France with the 4th (Reserve) Battalion Coldstream Guards, from 12 August 1914, where he was wounded at the Battle of the Aisne and also awarded the French Croix de guerre. He was then appointed a General Staff Officer, Grade III on 11 February 1915 and was concerned with coastal defence around Portland, and served in the ill-fated Gallipoli Campaign from July 1915, where he was promoted major on 1 September 1915. He was appointed a Brigade Major on 11 January 1916, for the Mesopotamian campaign. He was appointed to the Distinguished Service Order (DSO) on 22 December 1916, and appointed GSO, Grade II from 11 September 1917. and was Military Attaché to Tehran from 17 March 1918 with temporary promotion to lieutenant-colonel whilst performing those duties. He was awarded a brevet promotion to lieutenant-colonel for his service in Mesopotamia on 3 June 1918, and was killed, (aged 38) on 23 October 1918 in Tehran, Persia and was buried in the Tehran War Cemetery. In addition to his DSO, he had also been Mentioned in Despatches four times.
Sir Walter Barttelot, 3rd Baronet He had come to know Gertrude Bell during his time in Tehran, and in a letter to her mother on 25 October 1918, she wrote: