Todd, Albert Charles

Albert Charles Todd

Albert Charles Todd

Rank: Rifleman

Regiment: 1st/12th Battalion, London Regiment (The Rangers)

Parents: Mr George E & Mrs Georgina Todd

Address: The ‘Wellington’, Hastings

Other Info: Missing since 1st July 1916, now presumed dead. According to CWGC, Albert died aged 18 on 1st July 1916. He is remembered at the Thiepval Memorial, Pier and Face 9C.

Albert is not listed on Hastings War Memorial.

Published: May 1917

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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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Davis, Charles Grenville

Charles Grenville Davis

Charles Grenville Davis

Rank: Lance Corporal

Regiment: D Company, 1st/5th Battalion, London Regiment (London Rifle Brigade)

Parents: Mr Richard Lewis & Mrs Sarah Davis

Address: Ellora, 68 Sedlescombe Road, Silverhill

Other Info: Missing since 8th October 1916 while leading his platoon in an engagement at Le Transley, France. According to CWGC, Charles died aged 32 and is remembered at the Thiepval Memorial, Pier and Face 9D.

Published: January 2017

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Stace, Amos

Amos Stace

Amos Stace

Rank: Lance Corporal

Regiment: 16th Battalion, London Regiment (Queen’s Westminster Rifles)

Wife: Alice Jesse Stace

Father: Mr Amos Stace

Address: 7 Palace Road, New Southgate, London

Other Info: The image text reads “This group shows on the right, seated, Mr Amos Stace who was buried last week and was a broad minded and happy Christian worker at Old Wesley Church, Bourne Street, Hastings and greatly respected in the Old Town. Seated on the left is his father, who was once employed by the Hastings Corporation, and who predeceased his son by some years. The young man in the centre is Mr Amos Stace, who was killed at the Front a short time ago, a great blow to his parents. He is holding his eldest child in his arms, the only survivor of the representatives of four generations. Born in Hastings.

According to CWGC, Amos died aged 38 on 18th January 1916. He is remembered at Vlamertinghe Military Cemetery, grave reference I.C.4.

Published: December 1916

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Browning, George

George Browning

George Browning

Rank: Rifleman

Regiment: Queen Victoria’s Rifles, London Regiment

Aunts: Mrs Vine & Mrs F Britt

Aunt’s Address: Battle Road, Hollington

Other Info: Killed in action on 29th September. According to CWGC, George died on 9th September and is remembered at the Thiepval Memorial, Pier and Face 9C.

Published: November 1916

Wilkins, Richard William

Snelling & Wilkins

Richard William Wilkins

Rank: Private

Regiment: Artists Rifles / 16th Kensington Battalion, London Regiment

Parents: Mr William & Mrs Millicent Wilkins

Grandmother: Mrs Snelling

Brother: Percy James Wilkins

Uncles: George Snelling, Frederick John Snelling, E Snelling & Frank Walter Snelling

Grandmother’s Address: 5 Cranbrook Road, St Leonards

Other Info: According to CWGC,  Richard died aged 30 on 9th April 1917. He is remembered at London Cemetery, Nueville-Vitasse, grave reference II.B.2.

Published: October 1916

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