Quick, Herbert

Herbert Quick

 

Herbert QuickHerbert Quick

Rank: Sergeant

Regiment: King’s Own Scottish Borderers

Father: Mr F Quick

Address: 19 Albion Street, Halton, Hastings

Other Info: He was in five engagements, and was shot in both feet. He is a noted footballer, being captain of the Regimental team. He is now in hospital in Brighton.

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

Published: October 1914

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Seymour-Hosley, William James

William James Seymour Hosley

William James Seymour Hosley

William James Seymour-Hosley

Rank: Major

Regiment: 6th Battalion, King’s Own Scottish Borderers

Parents: Mr William & Mrs Emma Seymour Hosley

Parent’s Address: Saffron Walden

Sister-in-Law: Mrs Seymour-Hosley

Sister-in-Law’s Address: 21 Kenilworth Road, St Leonards

Other Info: Recently killed in Flanders. According to CWGC, William died on 25th September 1915. He was mentioned in Despatches. William is remembered at Cambrin Churchyard Extension, grave reference L.8.

Published: November 1915

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Rummery, Charles

C Rummery

C RummeryCharles Rummery

Rank: Private

Regiment: King’s Own Scottish Borderers

Parents: Mr William & Caroline Rummery (nee Blackford)

Grandmother: Mrs Rummery

Address: 2 Albion Street, Halton, Hastings

Other Info: At the Front. According to CWGC, Charles later was promoted to Sergeant and he served in the 12th Battalion, Royal Scots Regiment. He died on 3rd May 1917 and is remembered at the Arras Memorial, Bay 1 & 2.

Published: December 1914

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