Carrick, T

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Rank: Private

Regiment: 5th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Wife: Mrs Carrick

Sent by: Miss J Burgess

Address: 15 Oak Terrace, Ore

Other Info: For Foreign Service

Published: January 1915 & May 1916

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Scotcher, Albert

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Rank: Private

Regiment: 2nd Battalion, Dorset Regiment

Parents: Mr & Mrs T Scotcher

Address: 1 Mill Cottages, Baldslow, St Leonards

Other Info: More about Jesse Bignell aka Albert Scotcher. As well as the Dorset Regiment number 8546 Jesse served with the Suffolk Regiment number 70319 and Essex regiment number 33475. He was a private in all regiments. He survived the 1ww and continued serving in the Army into the 1920’s. Following his marriage to Marina Cruz (British Subject) in 1925 they had 3 children. Marina had a child in 1923 but I am unsure if Jesse was her father. Jesse died in 1942 at the age of 51 years in the District of Battle, Sussex.

Albert Scotcher was born in 1891 as Jesse Bignell son of Sarah Annie Bignell. Sarah later married Thomas Scotcher. Certainly while serving in the British Army Jesse used the name Albert Scotcher. He also married Marina Cruz while serving in Gilbralta in 1925 using the Name Albert Scotcher. Later on in the 1930’s he was using his birth name Jesse Bignell on the electoral role and the 1939 register.

Thank you to Linda James for this information.

Published: January 1915

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Mann, Amon W

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Amon W Mann

Rank: Private

Regiment: Canadian Grenadier Guards, 3rd Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Father: Mr Amon Mann

Brothers: G E Mann & Mr F Mann

Brothers-in-Law:  J Hipgrave, Alfred Ernest Hipgrave, Albert George HipgraveC J Coleman

Address: Father was a fisherman of Hastings. According to CWGC, Amon Mann died on 10th June 1915. He is remembered at Longuenesse (St Omer) Souvenir Cemetery, grave reference I.A.153.

Published: January 1915 & March 1917

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Mann, G E

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G E Mann

Rank: Private

Regiment: 3rd Battalion, Royal East Kent Regiment (The Buffs)

Father: Mr Amon Mann

Brother: Amon W Mann & Mr F Mann

Sister-in-Law: Mrs Coleman

Brothers-in-Law:  J Hipgrave, Alfred Ernest Hipgrave, Albert George HipgraveC J Coleman

Sister’s Address: 13 North Terrace, Halton, Hastings

Address: Father was a fisherman of Hastings. Wounded

Published: December 1914, January 1915, September 1915 & March 1917

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