Williams, Frederick William Charles

Frederick William Charles Williams

Frederick William Charles Williams

Frederick William Charles Williams

Rank: Rifleman

Regiment: “C” Company, 12th Battalion, London Regiment (The Rangers)

Parents: Mr Frederick William & Ellen Mary Williams

Address: Melbourne House, 10a South Terrace, Hastings

Other Info: Killed in action at the Battle of Arras on Easter Monday, 9th April 1917. Acccording to CWGC, Frederick died aged 26 and is remembered at London Cemetery, Neuville-Vitasse, grave reference I.A.73.

Published: August 1917

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Morley, William Henry

William Henry Morley

William Henry Morley

William Henry Morley

Rank: Private

Regiment: Canadian Expeditionary Force

Father: Mr William Henry Morley

Brother: Charles Thorpe

Brother’s Address: Thorpe Place Farm, Fairlight

Other Info: Born in Hastings. Wounded, now in hospital in France.

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Published: August 1917

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Moore, Harry

Moore

Moore

Harry Moore

Rank: Driver

Regiment: Royal Sussex Regiment

Father: Mr G Moore

Brothers: G Moore & Fred Moore

Home Address: 41 All Saint’s Street, Hastings

Other Info: Twice wounded. Now at the Front.

Published: August 1917

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Moore, Fred

Moore

Moore

Fred Moore

Rank: Driver

Regiment: Royal Sussex Regiment

Father: Mr G Moore

Brothers: G Moore & Harry Moore

Home Address: 41 All Saint’s Street, Hastings

Other Info: Now at the Front.

Published: August 1917

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Mathis, George

George Mathis

George MathisGeorge Mathis

George Mathis

Rank: Private

Regiment: Suffolk Regiment

Wife: Mrs Mathis

Address: 12 St Georges Road, Hastings

Other Info: At the Front. Seriously wounded.

Published: August 1917 & September 1917

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Erison, Arthur

A Ericson

Arthur ErisonA Ericson

Arthur Erison

Rank: Private

Regiment: Canadian Expeditionary Force

Wife: Mrs Ellen Erison (nee Wellman)

Address: 137 St Mary’s (or St Georges) Road, Hastings

Other Info: At the Front. Married at St Mary-in-the-Castle Church, Hastings. Born in Hespler, Ontario.

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Published: August 1917 & September 1917

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Stunt, William

Carey, Cruttenden & Stunt

Carey, Cruttenden & Stunt

William Stunt

Rank: Private

Service: British Army

Brother-in-Law & Sister: Mr & Mrs H Carey

Nephews: R Carey, H Carey & Percy Carey

Sister’s Address: 5 Burry Terrace, Silverhill

Published: August 1917

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