Black, Malcolm Neville

Black, Malcolm Neville

Black, Malcolm Neville

Malcolm Neville Black

Rank: Private

Regiment: 14th Battalion, London Regiment (London Scottish)

Father’s Address: 26 Althelstan Road, Clive Vale, Hastings

Other Info: According to CWGC, Malcolm died aged 17 on 20th August 1916. He is remembered at Southwold (St Edmund) Churchyard, in the south west part.

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Wingrave, J W

J W Wingrave

J W Wingrave

J W Wingrave

Rank: Private

Regiment: London Scottish Regiment

Father: Mr Wingrave

Address: Castle House, Castle Hill, Hastings

Other Info: In Egypt

Published: February 1918

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Farmer, W C

W C Farmer

W C Farmer

W C Farmer

Rank: Private

Regiment: London Scottish Regiment

Parents: Mr & Mrs Farmer

Address: 10 Anglesea Terrace, St Leonards

Other Info: Severely wounded in the arm at Cambrai on 30th November 1917. Now in hospital.

Published: January 1918

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Gray, W E

W E Gray

W E Gray

W E Gray

Rank: Private

Regiment: London Scottish Regiment

Parents: Mr & Mrs Gray

Address: 60 Plynlimmon Road, West Hill, Hastings

Other Info: At Salonika.

Published: March 1917

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Sinclair, Arthur Sewell

Taylor, Waller & Sinclair

Taylor, Waller & Sinclair

Arthur Sewell Sinclair

Rank: Private

Regiment: 14th Battalion, London Scottish (London Regiment)

Wife: Mrs Freda J B Sinclair

Address: 42 Conway Road, Southgate, London

Other Info: In Death they were not Divided reads: “…Three comrades in the London Scottish. Private Taylor was the son of Mr & Mrs Taylor of ‘Guernsey’, 32 Vale Road, St Leonards, and Private Sinclair was former manager of the Palace Hotel, Hastings. The three were firm friends, and when they left for the Front they were ‘seen off’ by Private Taylor’s father. On 28th October 1916 an unlucky rifle grenade or bomb fell amongst a sentry post of six men, and the three friends were killed together by the same explosive.”

According to CWGC, Arthur is remembered at Laventie Military Cemetery, La Gorgue, grave reference III.B.4.

Published: December 1916

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Waller, William Pettigrew

Taylor, Waller & Sinclair

Taylor, Waller & Sinclair

William Pettigrew Waller

Rank: Private

Regiment: 14th Battalion, London Scottish (London Regiment)

Parents: Mr Walter C & Mrs Mary W Waller

Address: 139 Cambridge Road, Seven Kings, Ilford, Essex

Other Info: In Death they were not Divided reads: “…Three comrades in the London Scottish. Private Taylor was the son of Mr & Mrs Taylor of ‘Guernsey’, 32 Vale Road, St Leonards, and Private Sinclair was former manager of the Palace Hotel, Hastings. The three were firm friends, and when they left for the Front they were ‘seen off’ by Private Taylor’s father. On 28th October 1916 an unlucky rifle grenade or bomb fell amongst a sentry post of six men, and the three friends were killed together by the same explosive.”

According to CWGC, William is remembered at Laventie Military Cemetery, La Gorgue, grave reference III.B.11.

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Published: December 1916

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Lowe, F W M

Lowe

Lowe

F W M Lowe

Rank: Private

Regiment: London Scottish Regiment

Parents: Mr & Mrs E M Lowe

Brothers: A E M Lowe, V J M Lowe, R J M Lowe & H E M Lowe

Address: 28 St Paul’s Road, St Leonards

Published: December 1916

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