Peacham, Frederick W

Peacham

Frederick W Peacham

Rank: Baker

Regiment: Army Service Corps

Mother: Mrs Peacham

Brothers: Charles S Peacham, J Peacham & S Peacham

Address: Ivy Cottage, Blackhorse, Battle

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

Published: March 1916

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Stubberfield, William G

William G StubberfieldWilliam G Stubberfield

Rank: Corporal

Regiment: Mechanical Transport, Army Service Corps

Parents: Mr & Mrs G Stubberfield

Address: Pett

Other Info: Formerly of Hollington. In France. Additional name information from the Lives of the First World War website.

Published: March 1916

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Dann, W C

Paynton & Dann

W C Dann

Rank: Lance Corporal

Regiment: Army Service Corps

Address: Hastings

Other Info: The text reads: This photograph was taken at Salonika. It shows Sergeant J H Paynton and Lance Corporal W C Dann of the A.S.C. They met in Greece quite unexpectedly. Both were prominent members of the Hastings Parliament before war broke out, Sergeant Paynton being a vigorous champion of working men’s rights, and Lance Corporal Dann a Unionist whip. Other old Parliamentarians in Hastings will wish them good luck and a safe return to their native land.

Published: March 1916

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Poynton, Joseph Henry

Paynton & Dann

Joseph Henry Poynton

Rank: Sergeant

Regiment: Army Service Corps

Address: Hastings

Other Info: The text reads: This photograph was taken at Salonika. It shows Sergeant J H Paynton and Lance Corporal W C Dann of the A.S.C. They met in Greece quite unexpectedly. Both were prominent members of the Hastings Parliament before war broke out, Sergeant Paynton being a vigorous champion of working men’s rights, and Lance Corporal Dann a Unionist whip. Other old Parliamentarians in Hastings will wish them good luck and a safe return to their native land.

Full name and spelling provided by Andrew Davis, with thanks.

Published: March 1916

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