Foster, William A

Foster & Coleman

William A Foster

Rank: Signaller / Private

Regiment: 21st Battalion, Middlesex Regiment

Parents: Mr & Mrs A Foster

Cousin: J Coleman

Address: 85 Mount Road, Clive Vale, Hastings

Other Info: At the Front. According to CWGC, William died on 24th March 1918. He is remembered at the Arras Memorial in Bay 7.

Published: February 1917

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Foord, T

FoordT Foord

Rank: Lance Corporal

Service: The Queen’s Royal West Surrey Regiment

Parents: Mr & Mrs M Foord

Wife: Mrs Ford

Brother: A H Foord

Address: 47 St Thomas’ Road, Hastings

Parent’s Address: Emmanuel Road, Hastings

Other Info: At the Front

Published: February 1917

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Fenning, Edward George

Edward George Fenning

Edward George Fenning

Rank: Captain

Service: East African Transport Corps

Father: Mr George D Fanning

Father’s Address: 3 St Matthew’s Road, St Leonards

Other Info: Mentioned in Despatches reads: ‘Captain E G Fenning, of the East African Transport Corps, who was mentioned in General Smut’s despatch a few days ago, was in the Borough Surveyor’s Office from 1898 to 1903. He then went to the Office of Sir Alexander Bennie in London and the joined the Uganda Government Survey. He was in command of a large body of Waganda porters, 10,000 strong, who formed the transport for the Belgian Column. At Tabora he had the happiness of being able to take charge of the missionaries who had been interned, and of forwarding them on the homeward way…

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Published: February 1917

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