Gutteridge, Richard Howard

Richard Howard Gutteridge

Richard Howard Gutteridge

Rank: Second Lieutenant

Regiment: 9th Battalion, London Regiment (Queen Victoria’s Rifles)

Father: Mr Richard Gutteridge

Wife: Mrs Madge Gutteridge (nee Murray)

Father and Mother-in-Law: Mr & Mrs Charles Murray

In-Law’s Address: Briar Lees, Carisbrooke Road, St Leonards

Other Info: Born in Auckland and married in Holborn in October 1914. According to CWGC, Richard died on 2nd October 1916. He is remembered at the Thiepval Memorial, Pier and Face 9c.

Published: October 1914

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Bevis, Edward Alfred Frank

Edward Alfred Frank Bevis

Edward Alfred Frank Bevis

Rank: Boy, 1st Class

Ship: HMS Hawke

Parents: Mr & Mrs Edward Alfred Bevis

Address: 25 Croft Road, Hastings

Other Info: Was one of 524 officers and men that went down with HMS Hawke when it was sunk by German submarine U9 on 15th October 1914. According to CWGC, Edward died aged 17 and is remembered at the Portsmouth Naval Memorial on panel 3.

Published: October 1914

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White, Wallace Wynne

Wallace Wynne White

Wallace Wynne White

Rank: Private

Regiment: East Surrey Regiment

Parents: Mr G H & F C White

Wife: Alice Maud White

Home Address: 10 Earl Street, Hastings

Other Info: Killed in action on 14th March 1917. According to CWGC, Wallace died aged 27 and is remembered at Goore British and Indian Cemetery, grave reference I.J.8.

Published: April 1917

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Felton Smith, William

Felton Smith, Broocks & Kite

William Felton Smith

Rank: Chief Petty Officer

Regiment: Howe Battalion, Royal Naval Division

Wife: Mrs Annie E Felton-Smith

Address: 20a Milward Road, Hastings

Other Info: Councillor for St. Clements Ward, Hastings. Member of Education Committee, Lifeboat Committee, and Shipwrecked Mariners. According to CWGC, William died aged 51 on 20th February 1915. He is remembered at Hastings Cemetery, grave reference M.B.04.

Published: September 1914

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Bishop, James Ernest

Whiting & Bishop

James Ernest Bishop

Rank: Able Seaman

Ship: HMS Pathfinder

Parents: Mr William & Mrs Annie Bishop

Brother: Thomas Edmund Bishop

Address: 6 Bourne Walk, Hastings

Other Info: Lost his life on HMS Pathfinder on 5th September 1914. According to CWGC, James was aged 27 when he died. HMS Pathfinder was torpedoed by German submarine U-21 and sank with the loss of 259 men. Albert is remembered at Chatham Naval Memorial on panel 2.

Published: September 1914

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Gain, George Albert

Gain, Swales, Biddle, Puxty, Cruttenden & Eldred

George Albert Gain

Rank: Private

Regiment: Gloucestershire Regiment / 248th Company, Machine Gun Corps

Father: Mr George Gain

Brothers: Arthur Robert Gain & W Gain

Brothers-in-Law: F Swales, Maurice Biddle, A Cruttenden, W Puxty & G Eldred

Father’s Address: Park View, Westfield

Other Info: According to CWGC, George died on 20th September 1917. He is remembered at the Tyne Cot Memorial, Panel 154 to 159 and 163A.

Published: April 1917

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Gain, Arthur Robert

Arthur Robert Gain

Arthur Robert Gain

Rank: Private

Regiment: 7th Battalion, Royal East Kent Regiment (The Buffs)

Father: Mr George Gain

Wife: Edith Ida Gain (later Spice)

Brothers: W Gain & George Albert Gain

Brothers-in-Law: F Swales, Maurice Biddle, A Cruttenden, W Puxty & G Eldred

Address: Park View, Westfield

Other Info: At the Front. According to CWGC, Arthur died aged 30 on 24th October 1918. Arthur is remembered at Vis-en-Artois Memorial, on Panel 3.

Published: April 1917

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Faulks, Walter James

Faulks, Desmond & Bossey

Walter James Faulks

Rank: Private

Regiment: 7th Battalion, Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry

Parents: Mr W W & Mrs A Faulks

Uncle & Aunt: Councillor & Mrs Tildesley

Cousins: A G Desmond & A C Bossey

Parents’ Address: Acacia, Islip, Oxford

Uncle & Aunt’s Address: 31 Clive Avenue, Hastings

Other Info: Killed in action at Salonika. According to CWGC, Walter died aged 21 on 18th August 1916. He is remembered at Karasouli Military Cemetery, grave reference F.1367.

Published: April 1917

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Cork, Walter Henry

Walter Henry Cork

Walter Henry Cork

Rank: Rifleman

Regiment: 23rd Entrenching Battalion, late 14th Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles

Parents: Mr Walter Henry & Mrs Mark Cork

Aunt: Miss K Coleman

Parents’ Address: 154 Victoria Avenue, Ore

Other Info: At the Front. According to CWGC, Walter died aged 29 on 27th March 1918. He is remembered at Eppeville Old Churchyard, in the North Part.

Published: April 1917

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Canning, Walter Robert Frank

Walter Robert Frank Canning

Walter Robert Frank Canning

Rank: Lance Sergeant

Regiment: 12th Battalion (Southdowns), Royal Sussex Regiment

Parents: Mr Robert Montague & Mrs Harriett Sophia Canning

Wife: Minnie Canning

Parents’ Address: 79 All Saints Street, Hastings

Other Info: Died of wounds received in action on 14th November 1916. According to CWGC, Walter died aged 25 and is remembered at Contay British Cemetery, Contay, grave reference II.F.10.

Published: November 1917

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