Bailey, Fred Denman

Fred Bailey DenmanFred Denman Bailey

Rank: Seaman

Regiment: Medical Staff, ‘D’ Company, Howe Battalion, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserves

Wife: Mrs Bailey

Address: 285 London Road, St Leonards

Other Info: Wounded in the Dardanelles on May 12th.

Published: May 1915

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Reed, Selby

Selby ReedSelby Reed

Rank: Private

Regiment: 5th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Parents: Mr Hector & Mrs Rose Reed

Address: 5 Brunswick Terrace, Mount Sion, Tunbridge Wells

Other Info: Died of Wounds 2nd May 1915. Formerly employed at Mr Arthur Green’s, 34 White Rock, Hastings. According to CWGC, Selby was aged 19 when he died and is remembered at Bethune Town Cemetery, grave reference IV.B.70.

Published: May 1915

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White, Frederick Joseph

Frederick Joseph WhiteFrederick Joseph White

Rank: Driver

Regiment: 6th Reserve Park, Army Service Corps

Wife: Mrs Elizabeth Kate White

Address: 31 Victoria Dwellings, East Ascent, St Leonards (later Soans Cottage, Netherfield)

Other Info: Killed. Leaves a wife and one child. According to CWGC, Frederick died aged 27 on 8th May 1915. He is remembered at Samer Communal Cemetery, grave 3, east side of the crucifix.

Published: May 1915

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Glazier, W

Cornford & Glazier

W Glazier

Regiment: 3rd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Parents: Mr & Mrs Cornford

Brothers:  Frederick E Cornford, A Cornford, T Cornford & Jack Cornford

Address: 24 Church Street, Ore

Other Info: On Active Service.

Published: May 1915

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Cornford, Jack

Cornford & Glazier

Jack Cornford

Service: Deep Sea Fishery Boston

Parents: Mr & Mrs Cornford

Brothers:  Frederick E Cornford, A Cornford, T Cornford & W Glazier

Address: 24 Church Street, Ore

Other Info: Prisoner of War. Eight trawlers from Boston, Lincolnshire were sunk by a German flotilla led by light cruisers Rostock and Strassburg on 21st August 1914. The fishing crew were all taken prisoner before the boats were sunk. More information can be viewed here.

Published: May 1915

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Cornford, T

Cornford & Glazier

T Cornford

Service: Deep Sea Fishery Boston

Parents: Mr & Mrs Cornford

Brothers:  Frederick E Cornford, A Cornford, Jack Cornford & W Glazier

Address: 24 Church Street, Ore

Other Info: Prisoner of War. Eight trawlers from Boston, Lincolnshire were sunk by a German flotilla led by light cruisers Rostock and Strassburg on 21st August 1914. The fishing crew were all taken prisoner before the boats were sunk. More information can be viewed here.

Published: May 1915

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Cornford, A

Haste, Larkin, Crowhurst & CornfordCornford & Glazier

A Cornford

Regiment: 5th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Parents: Mr & Mrs Cornford

Brothers:  Frederick E Cornford, T Cornford, Jack Cornford & W Glazier

Address: 24 Church Street, Ore

Other Info: On Active Service.

Published: May 1915 & June 1916

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Cornford, Frederick E

Cornford & Glazier

Frederick E Cornford

Rank: Private

Regiment: 5th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Parents: Mr & Mrs Cornford

Brothers:  A Cornford, T Cornford, Jack Cornford & W Glazier

Address: 24 Church Street, Ore

Other Info: On Active Service. Additional name information from the Lives of the First World War website.

Published: May 1915

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Cooke, Frederick James

Frederick James CookeF J CookeFrederick James Cooke

Rank: Leading Seaman

Ship: HMS Victorious

Mother: Mrs C Cooke

Wife: Mrs F Cooke

Home Address : Old Marsham Farm, Fairlight

Parents Address: Pett Level

Other Info: According to CWGC Frederick died aged 39 on 21st July 1915. He was serving aboard the HM Trawler Briton when it struck a mine in the Thames Estuary. 11 crew were lost. Frederick is remembered at the Chatham Naval Memorial, on panel 9.

Published: May 1915

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