Standen, F J

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F J Standen

Rank: Signalman

Regiment: Royal Navy Volunteer Reserves

Ship: HMS Kent

Father: Mr W Standen

Address: 15 Alpine Road, Hastings

Published: December 1914

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Tester, Albert

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Rank: Private

Regiment: 8th Battalion, Royal East Kent Regiment (The Buffs)

Parents: Mr & Mrs J Tester

Wife: Mrs Muriel Tester (nee Parks)

Brothers: William G Tester, John Tester & Leonard Tester

Address: 403 Battle Road, Hollington

Other Info: A Military Wedding reads “On June 5th 1916, at St Paul’s Church, St Leonards, the marriage was solemnised between Corporal Albert Tester … and Miss Muriel Parks. The bridegroom having been at the Front for ten months was home on leave. He returned to duty a week later. … Corporal Tester, before the war, was a motorman in the employ of the Hastings and St Leonards Tramway Company.”

Wounded. Now lying in hospital in France.

Published: December 1914, January 1915, July 1916 & July 1917

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Newman, Albert J

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Ship: HMS Minotaur

Brother: F Newman

Address: 7 Southwater Road, St Leonards

Other Info: The text of ‘Three Jolly Sailors’ reads: “Photograph of three local sailors taken in China whilst serving on HMS Minotaur. They travelled 38,750 miles since the commencement of War up to January 1915, when they were sent to different ships.

Published: December 1914 & April 1916

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Bowden, James Wilfred

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Rank: Private

Regiment: Royal Marine Light Infantry

Ship: HMS Chatham

Brother-in-Law: James Whiteman

Address: St Leonards

Published: December 1914

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Wells, Clifford O

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Clifford O Wells

Rank: Driver

Regiment: Royal Field Artillery

Parents: Mr & Mrs H Wells

Brother: H G Wells

Cousin: Thomas George Wells

Address: 99 Beaconsfield Road, Hastings

Other Information: At Machine Gun School, General Headquarters, France

Published: December 1914 & February 1916

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Wells, H G

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H G Wells

Rank: Private

Regiment: 5th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Parents: Mr & Mrs H Wells

Wife: Sarah Wells

Brother: Clifford O Wells

Cousin: Thomas George Wells

Address: 99 Beaconsfield Road, Hastings

Other Info: Wounded, now in Northampton General Hospital. Married at the Parish Church of Alciston. Victor Hallett gave the bride away and Gilbert Wren Acted as best man.

Published: December 1914, July 1915, February 1916 & February 1918

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