This appears to be the man, in that the 1911 census has him in Yorkshire Regt.. His grandparents came from Yorkshire. I cannot tie him to Channel Islands as on MIC, my assumption is that he married there while on duty, and his wife lived there. I cannot get his actual MC citation
1887 Apr/Jun Born Walworth London
1891 census at 250, Munton Road, Newington, St Saviours, London
1901 census . I cannot find him, he may well have been in the army
1911 census at B Company 1st Bn Yorkshire Regiment, British Barracks, Khartoum, Sudan. Gives him born Walworth, London. Lance Corporal
1914 Oct 10. Landed in France
1915 Apr 19. The Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment). The undermentioned Second Lieutenants to be Lieutenants: — T. Hutton.
1915 Jun 23. Gazetted MC. The Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment). Awarded the Military Cross. Second Lieutenant T. Hutton
1918 Oct 26. West Riding Regt.—The undermentioned officers to be actg. Capts. (addl.). — Lt. T. Hutton, M.C., W. Rid. R. 4th Battalion
1919 Feb 13. 4th Bn., West Riding Regt.—Lt. (actg. Capt.) T. Hutton, M.C., West Riding Regt., relinquishes .the actg. rank of Capt. on ceasing to command a. Coy.
1919 Nov 29. W. Rid. R.—Lt. T. Hutton MC, retires, receiving a gratuity, and is granted the rank of Capt.
1921 Jan 10 Joined ADRIC with service no 1459. Posted to K Coy
1921 Mar 13. Posted to O Coy
1921 Sep 13. Promoted to Section Leader
1922 Jan 16. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC