Weller, Albert E

Albert E Weller

Albert E Weller

Albert E Weller

Rank: Private

Regiment: 11th Battalion (Southdowns), Royal Sussex Regiment

Parents: Mr James Harold & Mrs Emily Weller

Address: 122 Mount Pleasant Road, Hastings

Other Info: Killed in action on 4th September 1916. According to CWGC, Albert is remembered at Couin British Cemetery, grave reference IV.A.4. Additional information from the Lives of the First World War website.

Published: September 1917

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Prenger, Douglas Gerald

Douglas Gerald Prenger

Douglas Gerald Prenger

Douglas Gerald Prenger

Rank: Sergeant

Regiment: 74th Siege Battery, South African Heavy Artillery, South African Army

Father: Son of Mr G Prenger, of Port Elizabeth

Other Info: Died through wounds received on 28th August 1916. Well known to many Hastings people. According to CWGC, Douglas is remembered at Couin British Cemetery, grave reference II.D.15.

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Published: September 1916

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Fisher, Percy Harold

Percy Harold Fisher

Percy Harold Fisher

Percy Harold Fisher

Rank: Second Lieutenant

Regiment: Royal Sussex Regiment, attached Machine Gun Corps

Parents: Mr Tom P & Mrs Mary Kate Fisher

Address: 1 Clyde Road, St Leonards

Other Info: Died of wounds which he received on 3rd July 1916. Mr Fisher … was educated at the Merchant Tailors’ School, London. He enlisted as a Private with the 5th Royal Sussex Regiment in November 1914, tranferred to the Inns of Court O.T.C., and obtained a commission in the Royal Sussex Regiment then transferred to the Machine Gun Corps. Second Lieutenant Fisher went to the Front in May 1916.

According to CWGC, Percy died aged 23 on 4th July 1916. He is remembered at Couin British Cemetery, grave reference I.D.5.

Published: July 1916

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