Fuller, Thomas John

Thomas John Fuller

Thomas John Fuller

Rank: Driver

Regiment: 6th Reserve Battery, Royal Field Artillery

Address: Netherfield

Other Info: Is reported as drowned in the Mediterranean. He was a well known cricketer, and played for Battle. According to CWGC, Thomas died on 15th April 1917 and is remembered at the Chatby Memorial, Egypt.

Published: May 1917

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Hollands, Walter J

Walter J HollandsHollands

Walter J Hollands

Rank: Private

Regiment: 11th Battalion (Southdowns), Royal Sussex Regiment

Parents: Mr & Mrs Hollands

Brother: Tom H Hollands

Parent’s Address: Fir Tree House, Netherfield

Other Info: Wounded on 30th June 1916. Additional name information from the Lives of the First World War website.

Published: November 1915 & August 1916

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Hollands, Tom H

Tom H HollandsHollands

Tom H Hollands

Rank: Private

Regiment: 11th Battalion (Southdowns), Royal Sussex Regiment

Parents: Mr & Mrs Hollands

Brother: Walter J Hollands

Parent’s Address: Fir Tree House, Netherfield

Other Info: Wounded on 15th August 1916. Now in hospital in Manchester

Additional name information from the Royal Sussex – Southdowns website.

Published: November 1915 & October 1916

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Harris, William

Harris & Rawlins

William Harris

Rank: Private

Regiment: 11th Battalion (Southdowns), Royal Sussex Regiment

Mother: Mrs T Harris

Cousins: Charles F Harris, J Harris & Harold Benjamin Robinson Rawlins

Address: Netherfield

Other Info: Additional name information from Royal Sussex-Southdowns website.

Published: July 1915

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Wilding, A

Holland, Dickson, Wilding & Coppard

A Wilding

Rank: Private

Regiment: Royal Victoria Rifles

Aunt: Mrs Walter Holland

Cousins: H HollandAlbert Holland, George Holland, J Dickson & Ernest William Coppard

Aunt’s Address: Netherfield

Other Info: ‘Royal Victoria Rifles’ could be the Queen Victoria Rifles of the London Brigade or the Victoria Rifles of the Canadian Expeditionary force.

Published: April 1915

Holland, George

Holland, Dickson, Wilding & Coppard

George Holland

Rank: Private

Regiment: ‘D’ Company, 12th Battalion (Southdowns), Royal Sussex Regiment

Parents: Mr Walter & Mrs Harriet Holland

Brothers: H Holland & Albert Holland

Cousins: J Dickson, A Wilding & Ernest William Coppard

Address: Stoney Wood Cottage, Netherfield

Other Info: According to CWGC, George died aged 22 on 30th June 1916. He  is remembered at the Loos Memorial, panel 69 to 73.

Published: April 1915