Crowcroft, William Rhodes

Taylor & Crowcroft

William Rhodes Crowcroft

Rank: Driver

Regiment: Australian Imperial Force

Uncle: Mr Taylor

Cousins: Vivian Taylor & William Taylor

Uncle’s Address: 1 Mann Street, Hastings

Other Info: At the Front. You can view William’s AIF service papers for free by searching here.

Published:  January 1918

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Smith, J

Smith, J

J Smith

Rank: Driver

Regiment: 116th Battery, Royal Field Artillery

Mother: Mrs Smith

Address: 1 School Road, Ore

Other Info: Killed in action. According to CWGC, Driver Smith died on 29th October 1917. He is remembered at Vlamertinghe New Military Cemetery, grave reference XII.F.20.

Published:  January 1918

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Mountain, Maud

Mountain

Maud Mountain

Rank: Nurse

Service: Voluntary Aid Detachment, Sussex 132

Father: Mr William Arthur Mountain

Brother: Edwyn John Mountain

Aunt: Miss E M Rees

Aunt’s Address: The Ivy House, Ore

Other Info: Born in Penally, Wales. On active service in Salonika and was one of the nurses who were on board the SS Transylvania when it was torpedoed on 4th May 1917.

Published:  January 1918

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Mountain, Edwyn John

Mountain

Edwyn John Mountain

Rank: Second Lieutenant

Regiment: Australian Imperial Force

Father: Mr William Arthur Mountain

Sister: Maud Mountain

Aunt: Miss E M Rees

Aunt’s Address: The Ivy House, Ore

Other Info: In France. Born in Penally, Wales.

You can view Edwyn’s AIF service papers by searching for free here.

Published:  January 1918

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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.

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

Published:  January 1918

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