Palmer, Flavious Josephus

Palmer & Peters

Flavious Josephus Palmer

Rank: Driver

Regiment: Base H.T. Depot (Salonika), Army Service Corps

Parents: Mr J & Mrs Mary Peters

Wife: Mrs Florence Laura G Palmer

Brother: James E Peters

Parent’s Address: Rose Cottage, Old London Road, Hastings

Home Address: 129 Cuckoo Road, Nechells, Birmingham

Other Info: Served as Peters. Lost his life on the SS Cameronian on 2nd June 1917. According to CWGC, Flavious died aged 32 and is remembered at the Chatby Memorial, Egypt.

Published: February 1918

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Fuller, Thomas John

Thomas John Fuller

Thomas John Fuller

Rank: Driver

Regiment: 6th Reserve Battery, Royal Field Artillery

Address: Netherfield

Other Info: Is reported as drowned in the Mediterranean. He was a well known cricketer, and played for Battle. According to CWGC, Thomas died on 15th April 1917 and is remembered at the Chatby Memorial, Egypt.

Published: May 1917

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Hoile, Henry James

Henry James HoileH J HoileHenry James Hoile

Rank: Petty Officer

Regiment: Howe Battalion, Royal Naval Division

Parents: Mr & Mrs Hoile

Address: 38 De Cham Road, St Leonards

Other Info: Additional name info from the Lives of the First World War website. Died of Enteric in the Dardanelles. According to CWGC, Henry was 21 when he died on 15th August 1915 and is remembered at Alexandria (Chatby) Military and War Memorial, grave reference J.90.

Published: March 1915

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Betts, Philip

Philip BettsF BettsPhilip Betts

Rank: Able Seaman

Regiment: Howe Battalion, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

Parents: Mr & Mrs Betts

Parent’s Address: 43 All Saints Street, Hastings

Sister: Mrs Ada Gallop

Sister’s Address: 4 Swain’s Passage, Old Town, Hastings

Other Info: Was at the defence of Antwerp. Died of wounds at Malta. According to CWGC, Philip died aged 23 on 16th June 1915. He is remembered at Alexandria (Chatby) Military and War Memorial Cemetery, grave reference: M.73

Published: November 1914

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Usher, Frank

Blissett & UsherFrank UsherFrank Usher
Frank UsherFrank Usher

Rank: Able Seaman

Regiment: Howe Battalion, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserves

Parents: Mr Charles John & Mrs Constance Caroline Usher

Sister: Mrs Alice M Blissett (later Helsdown)

Brother: Harry Usher

Brothers-in-Law: Thomas Blissett & William Blissett

Address: 11 Woods Passage, Hastings

Other Info: Was at the defence of Antwerp. Died of wounds at Malta. According to CWGC, Frank died of wounds aged 19 on 17th July 1915. He is remembered at Alexandria (Chatby) Military and War Memorial Cemetery, grave reference: M.10.

Published: October 1914, August 1915, August 1917 & November 1917

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