Stewart-McCulloch, A

A Stewart MCulloch

A Stewart-McCulloch

Rank: President

Regiment: Red Cross Detachment

Father: Major C Talbot Davenport

Father’s Address: 7 Grosvenor Crescent, St Leonards

Other Info: The photo shows a group of Red Cross workers at Ho Ho, the Philippine Islands, which belong to the U.S.A.

Published: February 1918

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Harman, A R

Harman, Deeprose, & Catt

A R Harman

Rank: Orderly

Regiment: British Red Cross Society

Grandparents: Mr & Mrs E Harman

Uncles / Father:  E G HarmanGeorge T Harman & S Harman

Uncles: A H Deeprose & Arthur R Catt

Cousin (or brother): Ernest E G Harman

Cousin: Alfred Deeprose

Grandparent’s Address: 21 Calvert Road, Hastings

Published: October 1917

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Harman, E G

Harman, Deeprose, & Catt

E G Harman

Rank: Orderly

Regiment: British Red Cross

Parents: Mr & Mrs E Harman

Brothers: George T Harman, S Harman

Brothers-in-Law: A H Deeprose & Arthur R Catt

Son: Ernest E G Harman

Nephew (or son):  A R Harman

Nephew: Alfred Deeprose

Address: 103 Manor Road, Hastings

Other Info: At Netley

Published: October 1917

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Hyland, Frederick W

William Tapsell & Frederick Hyland

Frederick W Hyland

Regiment: British Red Cross Society

Address: Old Town, Hastings

Other Info: Has been serving with the French Army continuously for the last 26 months and was decorated with the Croix-de-Guerre by General Boichu, commanding the Division they were working with. He was in the Champagne during 1915, at Verdun, February 20th 1916 and Champagne in the summer of 1917. They were decorated for collecting wounded under fire.

Additional information from the Lives of the First World War website.

Published: September 1917

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Tapsell, William J

William Tapsell & Frederick Hyland

William J Tapsell

Regiment: British Red Cross Society

Address: Old Town, Hastings

Other Info: Has been serving with the French Army continuously for the last 26 months and was decorated with the Croix-de-Guerre by General Boichu, commanding the Division they were working with. He was in the Champagne during 1915, at Verdun, February 20th 1916 and Champagne in the summer of 1917. They were decorated for collecting wounded under fire.

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Published: September 1917

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Cox, Thomas G R

Cox

Thomas G R Cox

Regiment: British Red Cross Society

Wife: Mrs Cox

Sons: George L Cox, Sydney G Cox, Harold W Cox & Frank John Cox

Address: 122 Braybrooke, Hastings / 3 Castledown Avenue, Hastings

Other Info: Invalided home from France in December 1916.

Published: March 1917

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Bradley, Francis J

Francis J Bradley

Francis J Bradley

Rank: Orderly

Regiment: British Red Cross Society

Sister: Miss R Bradley

Address: 8 Gordon Road, Hastings

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

Published: January 1917

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Foord, Reginald

Foord

Reginald Foord

Rank: Orderly

Regiment: British Red Cross Society

Parents: Mr & Mrs R Foord

Brother: E Foord

Address: 33 Middle Road, Ore

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

Published: November 1916

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