Deane, Arthur Reginald

Arthur Reginald Deane

Arthur Reginald Deane

Rank: Lieutenant

Regiment: 2/5th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Parents: Mr Frederick & Mrs Alice M Deane

Brother: Bernard Frederick Deane

Address: 4 Mornington Mansions, Wellington Square, Hastings

Other Info: Arthur was killed in action on the 14th of November 1917. According to CWGC, Arthur died aged 22 and is remembered at Dozinghem Military Cemetery, grave reference XIII.C.17.

Arthur is not named on Hastings War Memorial.

Arthur’s brother served in the same battalion and survived the war. He was killed during RAF training in 1921.

Thanks to Firmin Lanoix for the information and Bootham School for the photograph.

Published: submitted to the site via the ‘Add a Soldier’ page in January 2019

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Hale, Stewart Anthony

Stewart Antony Hale

Stewart Antony Hale

Stewart Antony Hale

Rank: Private

Regiment: 7th Battalion, Royal West Kent Regiment

Parents: Mr Charles & Mrs Annie Hale

Address: Battle Hill, Battle

Other Info: Killed on the first day he entered the trenches. According to CWGC, Stewart died aged 19 on 13th October 1917. He is remembered at Dozingham Military Cemetery, grave reference IX.F.10.

Published: November 1917

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Blake, Albert Edward

Albert Edward Blake

Albert Edward Blake

Albert Edward Blake

Rank: Sergeant

Regiment: 303rd Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery

Sent by: Miss R Smith

Father: Mr Hedley L Blake

Miss Smith’s Address: 116 Old Church Road, Hollington

Home Address: Plympton, Devon

Other Info: According to CWGC, Albert died aged 27 on 8th August 1917. He is remembered at Dozinghem Military Cemetery, grave reference III.B.6.

Published: August 1917

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Glazier, Cecil Frederick

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Cecil Frederick Glazier

Rank: Gunner

Regiment: 48th Seige Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery

Parents: Mr & Mrs George Glazier

Brother: Archibald George Glazier

Address: 47 Clifton Road, Ore

Other Info: On Active Service. According to CWGC, Cecil died on 17th July 1917. He is remembered at Dozinghem Military Cemetery, grave reference I.G.12.

Published: June 1915

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Spice, Joseph William

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Joseph William Spice

Rank: Private

Regiment: 5th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Parents: Mr James Henry Spice & Mrs Caroline Spice

Brother: James Spice & Stephen Spice

Brother-in-Law: Charles Morfee

Address: 4 Ebenezer Road, Hastings / 22 Old Humphrey Avenue, All Saints Street, Hastings

Other Info: According to CWGC, Joseph died aged 21 on 16th September 1917. He is remembered at Dozinghem Military Cemetery, grave reference VI.D.6. His headstone reads ‘No one knows how much we miss him. Only aching hearts can tell’.

Published: December 1914, January 1917 & October 1917

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Lynch, Percy Alexander

Percy Alexander Lynch

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Rank: Private

Regiment: Despatch Rider, ‘D’ Company, 5th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Parents: Mr E C J & Mrs A C Lynch

Brother: Charles W Lynch

Address: 95a Hughenden Road, Hastings

Other Info: Died of wounds on 22nd September caused by a bomb from an airplane. According to CWGC, Percy died aged 20 on 30th September 1917. He is remembered at Dozingham Military Cemetery, grave reference VII.F.4.

Published: November 1914, January 1916, October 1917 & November 1917

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