Glazier, E

E Glazier

E Glazier

E Glazier

Service: Munitions Worker

Mother: Mrs H Glazier

Father: H Glazier

Brother: Henry Stephen Glazier

Address: 18 Broadway, Ore

Published: January 1918

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Carey, R

R Carey

R Carey

R Carey

Service: Munitions Worker

Mother: Mrs C Campbell

Husband: Driver R Carey

Brother: G C Campbell

Address: 459 Old London Road, Hastings

Published: July 1917

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Moon, George

George Moon

George Moon

George Moon

Service: Munitions Worker and Police Volunteer

Address: 32 St Mary’s Terrace, Hastings

Other Info: For thirty years sold baked potatoes from a can in Queen’s Road. Being too old for military service he has gone into munitions (night work) and fills up his spare time a special constable. This is at Birmingham, where he works five nights each week on munitions, and does police duty (unpaid) on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

Published: May 1917

Speller, May

May Speller

May Speller

May Speller

Service: Munitions Worker

Sister: Miss Minnie Speller

Brother: James Speller

Cousin: Frederick J Speller

Address: 56 Albion Street, Hastings

Published: May 1917

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Smart, Unknown First Name

Smart

Smart

Mrs Smart

Service: Munitions Worker

Husband: Company Quartermaster Sergeant C Smart

Address: St Leonards

Published: March 1917

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Pearce, Bessie

Bessie Pearce

Bessie Pearce

Bessie Pearce

Service: Munitions Worker

Mother: Mrs J Pearce

Brothers: A J PearceJ H Pearce

Address: 255 Mount Pleasant Road, Hastings

Published: March 1917

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Brown, Lizzie

Lizzie Brown

Lizzie Brown

Lizzie Brown

Service: Munitions Worker

Mother: Mrs Brown

Address: 13 Scrivens’ Buildings, Crown Lane, Hastings

Published: February 1917

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Clarke, K

K Clarke

K Clarke

K Clarke

Service: Munitions Worker

Parents: Mr & Mrs H Clarke

Brother: F Clarke

Address: 242 Harold Road, Clive Vale, Hastings

Published: January 1917

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