Stanley Fidler was born in Fenton in 1877. In 1911 he lived at Sunnyside, 2 Earl St, Trentham with his wife Amy and his widowed mother Mary Ann Fidler. He was an engineer’s clerk with a waterworks company and had one child.
He was a gunner in C Battery, 162nd Brigade of the Royal Horse Artillery and Royal Field Artillery. His regimental number was 166372.
He was killed in action on 21 April 1918 in Flanders aged 39. His grave is at Reninghelst New Military Cemetery, Poperinge, West Vlaanderen, Belgium.