Wood, Edmund

Wood

Wood

Edmund Wood

Rank: Private

Parents: Mr & Mrs E Wood

Brother: Alexander Wood

Address: Rye

Other Info: Wounded on 25th September 1916

Published: April 1917

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Wood, Alexander

Wood

Wood

Alexander Wood

Rank: Private

Parents: Mr & Mrs E Wood

Brother: Edmund Wood

Address: Rye

Other Info: Wounded on 18th February 1917

Published: April 1917

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Soan, E

E Soan

E Soan

E Soan

Service: British Army

Wife: Mrs Soan

Address: Castle Hotel, Hastings

Other Info: Sent to the paper by ‘A Hastings Lad’, who said that the photographs were in his chum’s pocket when the bullet pierced his tunic, struck the cards, and finally rested inside a box containing cigarettes. “it was”, said the writer of the letter, “a very close shave for him. I am pleased to say he is one of the original Expeditionary Force which left England on August 12th 1914 and he is still going strong. He is a Hastings man and a constant reader of the ‘Observer’ and ‘Pictorial Advertiser’.”

Published: April 1917

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Searle, A

Radcliffe, Knight & Searle

Radcliffe, Knight & Searle

A Searle

Rank: Private

Regiment: Canadian Expeditionary Force

Other Info: One of three wounded Canadians working at Robertson Street Congregational Church Canteen in Hastings.

Published: April 1917

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Knight, J R

Radcliffe, Knight & Searle

Radcliffe, Knight & Searle

J R Knight

Rank: Corporal

Regiment: Canadian Expeditionary Force

Other Info: One of three wounded Canadians working at Robertson Street Congregational Church Canteen in Hastings.

Published: April 1917

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Radcliffe, A

Radcliffe, Knight & Searle

Radcliffe, Knight & Searle

A Radcliffe

Rank: Private

Regiment: Canadian Expeditionary Force

Other Info: One of three wounded Canadians working at Robertson Street Congregational Church Canteen in Hastings.

Published: April 1917

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Pilcher, Daniel

Daniel Piclher

Daniel Piclher

Daniel Pilcher

Rank: Private

Regiment: Motor Transport, Army Service Corps

Sent by: Mrs Pilcher

Address: 4 Horntye Road, St Leonards

Other Info: On Active Service. Additional name information from the Lives of the First World War website.

Published: April 1917

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Miles, A H

A H Albatross

A H Miles

A H Miles

Ship: HMS Albatross

Father: Mr Miles

Address: 4 George Street, Hastings

Published: April 1917

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