Kup, Frederick Auton

Frederick Auton Kup

Frederick Auton Kup

Rank: Lieutenant

Regiment: Honourable Artillery Company

Other Info: Joined the H.A.C. in February 1916, was given a commission in the same Regiment in January 1917, sent to France in April and was wounded at Passchaendaele Ridge on 6th October 1917. He was awarded the Military Cross by Sir Douglas Haig for gallantry in the field. Lieutenant Kup was educated at Highbury House, St Leonards.

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Published:  January 1918

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Le Gros, Claude Douglas

Le Gros

Claude Douglas Le Gros

Rank: Private

Regiment: 2nd Battalion, Honourable Artillery Company

Parents: Mr Harold & Mrs Nellie Le Gros

Address: 10 Grosvenor Gardens, St Leonards

Other Info: Killed in action on 15th May 1917. According to CWGC, Claude died aged 25 and is remembered at the Arras Memorial, Bay 1.

Published: June 1917

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Stroud, Frederick A

Stroud

Frederick A Stroud

Rank: Driver

Regiment: Honourable Artillery Company

Mother: Mrs Stroud

Brothers: George Edward Bracey StroudEbenizer L Stroud

Address: 23 Alfred Street, St Leonards

Other Info: For Active Service.

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Published: January 1917

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Lloyd, Mostyn W

Mostyn W Lloyd

Mostyn W Lloyd

Rank: Private

Regiment: 1st Battalion, Honourable Artillery Company

Address: 4 Pandora Road, West Hampstead

Other Info: Died of wounds on 16th November 1916. Formerly of St Leonards. According to CWGC, Mostyn is remembered at Contay British Cemetery, grave reference VIII.B.19.

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Published: December 1916

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Stanborough, Cyril

Cyril Stanborough

Cyril Stanborough

Rank: Private

Regiment: Honourable Artillery Company

Other Info: “Formerly a member of the Observer staff and photographic reporter for the Pictorial Advertisor, now in the HAC. In a personal letter to the Editor, he says:- “I am glad to say the life agrees with me immensely”

Published: October 1915

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