Glazier, Charles F

Vidler & Glazier

Charles F Glazier

Rank: Private

Regiment: 42nd Black Watch, Canadian Expeditionary Force

Mother: Charlotte M Glazier

Address: 6 Lower Church Road, Hollington

Other Info: Additional information from Charles’ CEF service papers.

Some of the friends who attended the marriage of Private F. E. Vidler, R.A.M.C., and Miss Amy Bannister, at Hollington Church-in-the-Wood on 22nd December 1917. The bridegroom was a member of the British Red Cross, V.A.D. and joined the R.A.M.C. on 10th August 1914. He left home on the 12th August, and was on duty in France on the 24th of that month, serving through Mons, etc, fortunately without receiving any injury, for three years and six weeks. A fortnight after returning from leave he was wounded, but happily recovered. Attending the bride are her two sisters, Ivy and Elsie, and Private C. F. Glazier, 42nd Canadian Black Watch, acted as best man.

Published: January 1918

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Gasson, Thomas V

Gasson, Ferrell, Collins & Crouch

Thomas V Gasson

Rank: Private

Regiment: Machine Gun Corps

Parents: Mr & Mrs H Gasson

Brothers: Onslow Gasson, H J Gasson & George Gasson

Cousins: Thomas Gasson, Sergeant Ferrell, William Gasson & Sergeant Collins

Brother-in-Law: Fred Crouch

Address: 160 Old Church Road, Hollington

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

Published: December 1917

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Gasson, George

Gasson, Ferrell, Collins & Crouch

George Gasson

Rank: Sapper

Regiment: Engineers, Australian Imperial Force

Parents: Mr & Mrs H Gasson

Wife: Mrs Annie Gasson

Brothers: Onslow Gasson, H J Gasson & Thomas V Gasson

Cousins: Thomas Gasson, Sergeant Ferrell, William Gasson & Sergeant Collins

Brother-in-Law: Fred Crouch

Parent’s Address: 160 Old Church Road, Hollington

Address: 73 Northumberland Avenue, Stanmore, Australia

Other Info: Wounded, now discharged.

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Published: December 1917

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Gasson, H J

Gasson, Ferrell, Collins & Crouch

H J Gasson

Rank: Sapper

Regiment: Royal Engineers

Parents: Mr & Mrs H Gasson

Brothers: Onslow Gasson, George Gasson & Thomas V Gasson

Cousins: Thomas Gasson, Sergeant Ferrell, William Gasson & Sergeant Collins

Brother-in-Law: Fred Crouch

Address: 160 Old Church Road, Hollington

Other Info: At the Front

Published: December 1917

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Martin, William Frederick

William Frederick Martin

William Frederick Martin

Rank: Sergeant

Regiment: Royal Sussex Regiment

Parents: Mr & Mrs Martin

Wife: Mrs Lillian Martin (nee Norster)

Address: 40 Old Lane, Hollington

Other Info: The marriage took place at Hollington Church-in-the-Wood on 10th October 1917.

Published: December 1917

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Watson, George

WatsonGeorge Watson

George Watson

Rank: Corporal

Regiment: Australian Imperial Force

Parents: Mr & Mrs Walter Watson

Wife: Mrs Florence Beatrice Watson (nee Grant)

Brothers: P Watson & A Watson

Address: 401 Battle Road, Hollington

Other Info: Married on Wednesday 24th October 1917 at Old Church in the Wood. The ceremony was performed by the Rev J A Holmes. Went through the Gallipoli campaign. George was a winner of the Military Medal.

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Published: November 1917 & Janaury 1918

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