Goodsell, Charles Lewis

Charles Lewis Goodsell

Charles Lewis GoodsellCharles Lewis Goodsell

Rank: Sapper

Regiment: 1st/3rd Kent Field Company, Royal Engineers

Brother: Mr W Goodsell

Brother-in-Law: J Selmes

Brother’s Address: 86 Norman Road, St Leonards

Other Info: Born in Battle. Drowned when HMS Hythe sank after a collision with HMS Sarnia on 28th October 1915. According to CWGC, Charles is remembered at the Helles Memorial, panel 24 to 26 or 325 to 328.

Published: January 1916

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North, Harry Galloway M

Harry Galloway M North

Harry Galloway M NorthHarry Galloway M North

Rank: Lance Corporal

Regiment: 1st Battalion, Border Regiment

Parents: Mr & Mrs Joseph North

Address: St Leonards

Other Info: Killed in Action at the Dardanelles. According to CWGC, Harry died on 28th April 1915. He is remembered at the Helles Memorial, on Panel 120 to 126 or 222 and 223.

Published: June 1915

 

Eastwood, Frederick Charles

Frederick Charles Eastwood

Frederick Charles EastwoodFrederick Charles Eastwood

Rank: Able Seaman

Regiment: Royal Naval Volunteer Reserves

Sent by: Miss W Waters

Father: Alfred Eastwood

Address: 157 Bexhill Road, St Leonards

Other Info: Foreign Service. According to CWGC, Frederick died on 6th June 1915 whilst serving with the Howe Battalion during the third battle of Krithia at Gallipoli. He is remembered at the Helles Memorial, panel 8 to 15.

Additional information from ‘Medals of England‘ where his 1914 Star and Bar was up for auction.

Published: May 1915

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Fuller, Philip

Gibbs & Fuller

Gibbs & Fuller

Philip Fuller

Rank: Private

Regiment: ‘B’ Company, 1st Battalion, Royal Munster Fusiliers

Sister & Brother in Law: Mr & Mrs Gibbs

Brothers: Peter Fuller, Gilbert Fuller & J Fuller

Nephew: William Gibbs

Address: 42 St Mary’s Terrace, Hastings

Other Info: According to CWCG, Philip died on 7th May 1915 and is remembered at the Helles Memorial on panel 185 to 190.

Published: March 1915

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Diton, Albert Henry

Albert Henry Diton

Albert Henry DitonAlbert Henry DitonAlbert Henry DitonAlbert Henry Diton

Rank: Able Seaman

Regiment: Collingwood Battalion, Royal Naval Division

Parents: Mr Albert P & Mrs Matilda Diton

Brother-in-Law: Percy Godfrey Goldsmith

Address: 19 Rock-a-Nore Road, Hastings

Other Info: Wounded and died at the Dardanelles. According to CWGC, Albert died aged 23 on 4th June 1915. He is remembered at the Helles Memorial on panel 8 to 15.

Published: February 1915, July 1915 & July 1916

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Hipgrave, Alfred Ernest

A E Hipgrave

Coleman, C J, Hipgrave & MannAlfred Ernest HipgraveA E HipgraveAlfred Ernest Hipgrave

Rank: Able Seaman

Regiment: Nelson Battalion, Royal Naval Division, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserves

Parents:  Mr William & Mrs Eliza Hipgrave

Sister: Mrs Coleman

Brothers: J Hipgrave & Albert George Hipgrave

Brother-in-Law: C J Coleman

Address: 6 North Terrace, Halton, Hastings

Other Info: Alfred died on 6th June 1915 aged 21 at Gallipoli. He is remembered at the Helles Memorial on panel 8 to 15. Information from CWGC & Lives of the First World War.

Published: December 1914, September 1915 & March 1917

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Samson, Harry

H Samson

H SamsonHarry Samson

Rank: Petty Officer

Regiment: Howe Battalion, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserves

Parents: Mr & Mrs Samson

Address: 231 London Road, St Leonards

Other Info: Took part in the defence of Antwerp. According to CWGC, Harry died on 4th June 1915. He is remembered at the Helles Memorial on panel 8 to 16.

Published: November 1914

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