Son of Joseph and Mary Foott of Victoria Terrace.
Husband of Sarah Foott of 19 Victoria Terrace. They had four children
Prior to the war Albert was a co-owner of Addison and Foott Coachbuilders, situated on The Bank.
Private A Foott, Barnard Castle, missing (Coach builder).
Albert Foott, coachbuilder, who is reported as missing, sued David Jones, labourer, Thorngate, for 12s 6d, which represented 25 loads of sand at sixpence per load, which the defendant had taken from the bed at the foreshore of the Thorngate' mill, owned by the plaintiff, who was represented by Mrs Mand Foott, his wife. See article for full details.
Mrs Foott is notified of Albert's death.
Return thanks from Mrs Foott.
The family's records suggest that Albert joined his Battalion in the winter of 1917 and took part in the Battle of St Quentin on 21st - 22nd March 1918, following on a few days later to the Battle of Bapaume. He died of wounds to the chest in a German Military hospital in April. [The family mention that more information was attached to their e-mail but this is missing from the file.]