|WOOTTON, Stanley T.||Treadwell House||1915, 1917, 1919-1932|
"Lt. Stanley Wootton of the 17th Royal Fusiliers has been wounded at the front."
"Stanley Wootton Not Dead
A cable message on the reported death of Stanley Wootton brought the following reply from his father: "Cannot understand the cable. Stanley awarded Military Cross. Home, convalescent."
"Stanley Wootton the well-known Anglo-Australian trainer, is sending several members of his huge team to America to race. "I am confident that I will get a fair chance. The American Authorities were splendid to me during my tour.""
"Emperor of Epsom" Cuts Down Stable.
An Australian who settled in Surrey 30 years ago took up the training of racehorses and became known as the "Emperor of Epsom" was this week sworn in as a magistrate. Mr Stanley Wootton has announced his decision to cut down his able to only a few horses.
"In future I will have only a few horses and will devote myself to being a bad farmer and, I hope, a good honorary magistrate. I am more or less giving up racing."