Born in Wheatley in 1894, son of Isaac Munt, builder's labourer, and Florence nee Gould, both also born in Wheatley; in 1901 the family were living on Bell Lane. Brother of Cyril Munt. He attended school in Wheatley. He joined the Machine Gun Corps in February 1917 and was drafted to France in March 1918. He was in action throughout the German offensive and Allied advance of 1918, and after the hostilities returned to England, being demobilised in February 1919. He held the General Service and Victory Medals. He had married Harriet Mary Tipping on 10 September 1916. He died on 20 December 1944 aged 51 and is buried in St Mary's churchyard.