Toye, Alfred Richard

Toye Monfort & Davies

Alfred Richard Toye

Rank: Serjeant

Regiment: Caterpillar Section, Army Service Corps

Parents: Mr & Mrs A E Toye

Brothers: Frank D Toye & Claude Leonard Toye

Brothers-in-Law: Ferdinand J Monfort & J Davies

Parent’s Address: 5 Hughenden Road, Hastings

Other Info: According to CWGC, Claude died aged 45 on 12th July 1917. He is remembered at Brandhoek Military Cemetery, grave reference I.M.8.

Published: September 1916

Salmon, Richard Henry

Richard Henry Salmon

Richard Henry Salmon

Rank: Private

Regiment: Royal Sussex Regiment

Address: 417 Old London Road, Hastings

Other Info: Wounded on 23rd July 1916. Additional name information from the Lives of the First World War website.

Published: September 1916

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Jefferson, John G

John G Jefferson

John G Jefferson

Rank: Corporal

Regiment: Motor Transport, Army Service Corps

Home Address: St Leonards

Other Info: Wounded. Now in Royston Hospital, Hertfordshire. Additional name and rank information from the Lives of the First World War website.

Published: September 1916

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Fellows, George James

George Fellows

George James Fellows

Rank: Private

Regiment: 26th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers

Father: Mr Alfred Henry Fellows

 Address: Alexandra Road, St Leonards

Other Info: At the Front. Clerk in Hastings Borough Accountants Office. According to CWGC, George died aged 31 on 7th June 1917. He is remembered at the Ypres (Menin) Gate Memorial, panel 6 & 8.

*The ‘F’ seems to be a typo, as I can find only one George James Fellows that resided in Hastings and St Leonards during this time period and no George ‘F’s. I’ve search Ancestry.com and Lives of the First World War. If my guess is incorrect please let me know.

Published: September 1916

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Barnes, Harold Reginald

Harold Reginald Barnes

Harold Reginald Barnes

Rank: Private

Regiment: Cameron Highlanders, Canadian Expeditionary Force

Wife: Mrs A Epps (formerly Barnes)

Father: Mr I Barnes of Engstone Cottages, Battle

Address: Born in Brede & lived at Archery Gardens, St Leonards

Other Info: Died of wounds on 18th August 1916. According to CWGC, Harold is remembered at Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, grave reference IX.C.10

You can view Harold CEF enlistment papers for free here.

Published: September 1916

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