Hayman, T

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Rank: Pioneer

Regiment: Royal Engineers

Parents: Mr & Mrs T Hayman

Brothers: Ernest F Hayman, Walter L Hayman & Leonard Hayman

Address: 40 Plynlimmon Road, Hastings

Published: October 1914 & July 1915

Other Info: Has three brothers in the 5th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. Wounded, now in hospital at Hertford

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Farrier, Thomas Frederic

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Rank: Private

Regiment: 5th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Parents: John Thomas Matthew Farrier and Sarah Ann Ramkin

Brother: Walter James FarrierAlbert Edward Farrier & Percy H Farrier

Brother-in-Law: G Pepper

Address: 97 St Georges Road, Hastings

Published: October 1914, July 1915 & August 1916

Other Info: Formerly Staff Sergeant of Blacklands Church Lads’ Brigade. According to CWGC, Thomas died on 17th May 1915. He is remembered at Bethune Town Cemetery, grave reference III.D.17.

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Banister, A

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Rank: Private

Regiment: 2nd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Parents: Mr & Mrs Alfred Banister

Address: 14 Silverdale, Hollington

Published: October 1914

Other Info: Invalided home from the Front. Took part in the fighting and Mons and Cambrai.

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Corps, Horace

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Horace Corps

Rank: Private

Regiment: Army Transport Service

Mother: Mrs G Corps (Widow)

Brothers: George CorpsC B Corps

Address: 13 Salisbury Road, St Leonards

Published: October 1914

Other Info: At the Front. Was ambushed by Germans while driving a motor lorry but got through safely with his charge.

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Corps, C B

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C B  Corps

Rank: Petty Officer

Ship: HMS Europa

Mother: Mrs G Corps (Widow)

Brothers: George Corps & Horace Corps

Address: 13 Salisbury Road, St Leonards

Published: October 1914

Other Info: Has served in the Navy for 12 years.

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Corps, George

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George Corps

Rank: Private

Regiment: Royal West Kent Regiment

Mother: Mrs G Corps (Widow)

Brothers: C B Corps & Horace Corps

Address: 13 Salisbury Road, St Leonards

Published: October 1914

Other Info: At the Front. Had several narrow escapes and was so shaken by a shell bursting under him and sending him into the air that he had to be sent to the South of France. According to CWGC George died on 2nd October 1914 and is remembered at La Ferte-Sous-Jouarre Memorial.

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Lavender, Harry Richard

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Rank: Sergeant

Regiment: 5th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Parents: Mr Henry & Mrs Sarah Lavender

Address: Winchelsea Road, Ore

Published: October 1914

Other Info: According to CWGC, Harry Lavender died at rank of Second Lieutenant aged 30 on 28th August 1918. Married to Annie, he lived at 41 Emmanuel Road, Hastings. He is remembered at Peronne Road Cemetery, Maricourt, grave reference IV.F.17.

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