Gates, W

Gates & Wood

W Gates

Rank: Corporal

Regiment: 5th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Father: Mr George Gates

Brothers: George Edward Gates & F Gates

Brother-in-Law: H Wood

Uncle: T Gates

Father’s Address: 37 Cornfield Terrace, Bohemia, St Leonards

Other Info: At the Front

Published: March 1916

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Gates, George Edward

Gates & Wood

George Edward Gates

Rank: Private

Regiment: Lord Strathcona’s Horse, Canadian Expeditionary Force

Father: Mr George Gates

Brothers: W Gates & F Gates

Brother-in-Law: H Wood

Uncle: T Gates

Father’s Address: 37 Cornfield Terrace, Bohemia, St Leonards

Other Info: Additional name information from the Canadian Library and Archives. George’s enlistment papers can be viewed for free here.

Published: March 1916

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Wenman, Arthur V

Arthur V WenmanArthur V Wenman

Rank: Acting Sergeant

Regiment: 18th Hussars

Sent by: His sister

Sister’s Address: 38 Ashburnham Road, Hastings

Other Info: In France. Additional name and rank 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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Selmes, J

J Selmes

J Selmes

Rank: Sapper

Regiment: Royal Engineers

Wife: Mrs Selmes

Brother-in-Law: Charles Lewis Goodsell

Address: River Hall, Mountfield, Robertsbridge

Other Info: ‘A Narrow Escape’ reads: “… had a very narrow escape while on his way to Gallipoli. He was on HMS Hythe, which was in collision with another ship in the Aegean Sea on 28th October 1915. He was in the water some time (his brother-in-law C Goodsell lost his life), but was rescued. After a rest he resumed his journey, and he stayed in Gallipoli until the evacuation of the Dardanelles. From there he went to Egypt, and now lies in hospital suffering with fever. He has 14 nephews serving his country (one having been killed and two wounded), one brother–in-law drowned, one brother and a brother-in-law with one of the Derby groups.

Published: March 1916

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Niederauer, Albert Cuthbert

Niederauer

Albert Cuthbert Niederauer

Rank: Private

Regiment: 7th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Parents: Mr George & Mrs Jane Niederaurer

Brothers: George Niederaurer & Frederick John Valentine Niederaurer

Address: 4 Cornfield Terrace, St Leonards

Other Info: Killed in action at Loos. According to CWGC, Frederick died on 27th September 1915. He is remembered at Cite Bonjean Military Cemetery, Armentieres, grave reference IX.D.

Published: March 1916

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