Vidler, Frank E

F Vidler

Vidler & Glazier

F VidlerFrank E Vidler

Rank: Private

Regiment: ‘C’ Company, Royal Army Medical Corps / 4th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Address: Caroline House, Old Lane, Hollington

Parents: Mr & Mrs G Vidler

Other Info: With the Expeditionary Force.

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.

According to CWGC, Frank died on 29th July 1918. He is remembered at Soissons Memorial, Aisne, France.

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

Published: October 1914 & January 1918

Please use the comments box below if you can provide more information about this person.

 

Veness, Thomas William

Veness

VenessVeness

Thomas William Veness

Rank: Lance Corporal

Regiment: B Squadron, 9th Lancers

Address: 124 Old Lane, Hollington

Parents: Mr Thomas William and Mrs Annie Mariah Veness

Brother: Arthur H Veness

Brother-in-Law: Charles W Lynch

Other Info: At the front in October, killed in action on October 18th. According to CWGC, Thomas was 20 years old when he died and is remembered at the Sanctuary Wood Cemetery, grave reference III.K.25/27.

Published: October 1914 & November 1914

Please use the comments box below if you can provide more information about this person.

Gasson, Onslow

Onslow Gasson

Gasson, Ferrell, Collins & CrouchOnslow GassonOnslow Gasson

Rank: Private

Regiment: Royal Irish Rifles

Parents: Mr & Mrs H Gasson

Brothers: H J 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: Fought at Mons and wounded in the Battle of the Aisne, Now in a London hospital. Wounded at Hooge, now discharged.

Published: October 1914 & December 1917

Please use the comments box below if you can provide more information about this person.

 

Marchant, W

W Marchant

W MarchantW Marchant

Rank: Driver

Regiment: Royal Horse Artillery

Parents: Mr & Mrs Lester Marchant

Address: Old Lane, Hollington

Other Info: At the Front

Published: January 1915

Please use the comments box below if you can provide more information about this person.

Banister, W

W Bannister

W BannisterW Bannister

W Banister

Rank: Private

Regiment: 2nd Battalion, Coldstream Guards

Parents: Mr A & Mrs Harriet Banister

Address: 78 Old Lane, Hollington

Published: October 1914 & January 1915

Other Information: Killed in action

According to CWGC, W Banister died aged 18 on 25th December 1914 and is buried at Le Touret Military Cemetery, grave reference 1.F.14.

Please use the comments box below if you can provide more information about this person.

 

Webb, F

F Webb

F WebbF Webb

Rank: Private

Regiment: 5th Royal Sussex Regiment

Address: Wilting Farm Cottages, Hollington

Published: January 1915

Please use the comments box below if you can provide more information about this person.

 

Titchener, Harold

Titchener

TitchenerHarold Titchener

Rank: Private

Regiment: 12th Battalion (South Downs), Royal Sussex Regiment

Parents: Mr Frederick & Mrs Harriett Titchener

Brother: Harry Titchener

Address: 4 Wilting Farm Cottages, Hollington

Other Info: According to CWGC, Harold died aged 19 on 9th May 1915. He is remembered at Hollington (St Leonards) Churchyard, in the west part.

Published: January 1915

Please use the comments box below if you can provide more information about this person.