Harman, A R

Harman, Deeprose, & Catt

A R Harman

Rank: Orderly

Regiment: British Red Cross Society

Grandparents: Mr & Mrs E Harman

Uncles / Father:  E G HarmanGeorge T Harman & S Harman

Uncles: A H Deeprose & Arthur R Catt

Cousin (or brother): Ernest E G Harman

Cousin: Alfred Deeprose

Grandparent’s Address: 21 Calvert Road, Hastings

Published: October 1917

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Harman, E G

Harman, Deeprose, & Catt

E G Harman

Rank: Orderly

Regiment: British Red Cross

Parents: Mr & Mrs E Harman

Brothers: George T Harman, S Harman

Brothers-in-Law: A H Deeprose & Arthur R Catt

Son: Ernest E G Harman

Nephew (or son):  A R Harman

Nephew: Alfred Deeprose

Address: 103 Manor Road, Hastings

Other Info: At Netley

Published: October 1917

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Bridgewater, H

Bridgewater

H Bridgewater

Rank: Sergeant

Regiment: South African Constabulary

Parents: Mr & Mrs Bridgewater

Brothers: W Bridgewater, C Bridgewater, J Bridgewater & A Bridgewater

Parent’s Address: 63 Hyde Road, Southgate, London

Other Info: Born in Hastings

Published: August 1917

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Gorlich, Elsa

Gorlich

Elsa Gorlich

Profession: Singer

Mother: Mrs Frida Gorlich

Brother: Frank Robert Gorlich

Mother’s Address: 41 Rue des Martyrs, Paris, France

Other Info: “Mrs Gorlich and her daughter left Vancouver, B.C, some six years ago to enable Miss Gorlich to study singing in France, and she has been so successful that last year (1916) she too the first prize at the Paris Conservatoire. When the War broke out both she and her mother took up war work, and Miss Gorlich has since sung at over 300 concerts for soldiers. Once, in January of the present year, she sang to 45,000 Canadians at Etaples. Gunner F R Gorlich came over with the second lot of Canadians and is now convalescent in Hastings. He met his sister at Etaples in April quite accidentally after a parting of about five years”.

Published:  July 1917

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Moon, George

George Moon

George Moon

Service: Munitions Worker and Police Volunteer

Address: 32 St Mary’s Terrace, Hastings

Other Info: For thirty years sold baked potatoes from a can in Queen’s Road. Being too old for military service he has gone into munitions (night work) and fills up his spare time a special constable. This is at Birmingham, where he works five nights each week on munitions, and does police duty (unpaid) on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

Published: May 1917