Saxby, William H

SaxbyW H SaxbyWilliam H Saxby

Regiment: Royal Army Medical Corps

Sent in by: Mrs Saxby

Father: William H Saxby

Brother: R E Saxby

Address: 14 Silverlands Road, St Leonards

Other Info: Late of the 7th V.A.D. Red Cross. At the Front. Additional name information from the Lives of the First World War website.

Published: December 1914 & March 1917

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Franks, Frank William

F FranksFrank William Franks

Rank: Private

Regiment: 7th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Parents: Mr Frank Gilbert & Mrs Sarah Franks

Address: 9 Dorset Place, Hastings

Other Info: According to CWGC, Frank died aged 26 on 2nd January 1916. He is remembered at Bethune Town Cemetery, grave reference IV.G.73.

Published: December 1914

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Manser, Ernest

E ManserErnest Manser

Rank: Private

Regiment: ‘H’ Company, 5th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Mother: Mrs Manser

Address: 2 Rose Cottages, Winchelsea Row, Ore

Other Info: According to CWGC, Ernest died aged 18 on 13th April 1915. He is remembered at Hastings Cemetery, grave reference L.D.M22.

Published: December 1914

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Wingfield, Fred

Fred WingfieldWingfield

Fred Wingfield

Ship: HM Trawler Indian Empire

Mother: Mrs H Wingfield

Brother: H Wingfield

Address: 18 Rock-a-Nore Road, Hastings & 3 Scrivens Buildings, Hastings

Other Info: The ‘Indian Empire’ went to the rescue of passengers aboard the Lusitania.

Published: December 1914

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Wingfield, H

Wingfield

H Wingfield

Regiment: Royal Navy Volunteer Reserves

Mother: Mrs H Wingfield

Brother: Fred Wingfield

Address: 18 Rock-a-Nore Road, Hastings

Other Info: Was at Antwerp

Published: December 1914

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Judge, Jack

Judge

Jack Judge

Rank: Private

Regiment: Royal Marine Light Infantry

Ship: HMS Russell

Mother: Mrs Judge

Brother: William Judge

Address: 114 Saxon Road, Clive Vale, St Leonards

Other Info: HMS Russell was struck by a mine in April 1916. Most of the crew were rescued, including Jack, although 125 crew were lost. Coincidentally, Jack’s brother’s ship, HMS King Edward VII was also struck by a mine and sunk in January 1916. He too survived the incident.

Published: December 1914

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Judge, William

Judge

William Judge

Rank: Private

Regiment: Royal Marine Light Infantry

Ship: HMS King Edward VII

Mother: Mrs Judge

Brother: Jack Judge

Address: 114 Saxon Road, Clive Vale, St Leonards

Other Info: HMS King George VII was struck by a mine in January 1916. All but one of the crew were rescued, including William. Coincidentally, his brother’s ship, HMS Russell was also struck by a mine and sunk in April 1916. He too survived the incident.

Published: December 1914

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