Everett, Charles

Everett

Everett

Charles Everett

Rank: Private

Regiment: Royal Sussex Regiment

Father: Mr J Everett

Brother: Cecil Everett

Sister: Mrs Milham, 7a Tower Road, St Leonards

Brother-in-Law: Archibald Milham

Address: Folly Farm, Cooksbridge, near Lewes

Other Info: At the Front.

Published: October 1916

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Everett, Cecil

Everett

Everett

Cecil Everett

Rank: Driver

Regiment: Royal Field Artillery

Father: Mr J Everett

Brother: Charles Everett

Sister: Mrs Milham, 7a Tower Road, St Leonards

Brother-in-Law: Archibald Milham

Address: Folly Farm, Cooksbridge, near Lewes

Other Info: At the Front.

Published: October 1916

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Oakman, Charles William

Oakman & Dawkins

Oakman & Dawkins

Charles William Oakman

Rank: Private

Regiment: 2nd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Wife: Mrs Sarah Ann Oakman

Brothers: William S Oakman & Sidney Oakman

Brothers-in-Law: Alf Dawkins & H Dawkins

Address: 1 North Street, Lewes

Other Info: According to CWGC, Charles died aged 43 on 6th June 1920 to an illness contracted whilst on war service. He had moved to the 7th Battalion and achieved the rank of Lance Corporal when invalided out of the army in September 1917. Information from here. Charles is remembered at Lewes Cemetery, grave reference Western II.YQ.18.

Published: August 1915

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Murdoch, Archibald J

Murdoch

MurdochTill & MurdochMurdochArchibald J Murdoch

Rank: Corporal / Sergeant

Regiment: Royal East Kent Regiment (The Buffs)

Father: Mr William Murdoch

Wife: Mrs Beatrice Murdoch

Aunt: Mrs Thomas Till

Brothers: C A Murdoch, William Henry Murdoch, J Murdoch, Frank Murdoch & Frederick Murdoch

Cousins: Thomas Archibald TillWilliam H Till & Frederick G Till

Address: 21 Lancaster Mews, Lewes

Aunt’s Address: 7 Paynton Road, Silverhill

Other Info: On Active Service. According to CWGC, Archibald died 36 on 12th September 1917. He was a recipient of the Military Medal and is remembered at Philosophe British Cemetery, Mazingarbe, grave reference I.V.32.

*Archibald’s name is spelt ‘Murdock’ on CWGC and Hastings War Memorial.

Published: December 1914, May 1916 & October 1917

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