Waymark, Arthur

Breach & Waymark

Breach & Waymark

Arthur Waymark

Rank: Special Constable

Service: Brighton Police

Parents: Mr & Mrs Waymark

Brothers: Alfred G Waymark & William H Waymark

Parent’s Address: 22 Cornfield Terrace, St Leonards

Published: March 1918

Please use the comments box below if you can provide more information about this person.

 

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

Mays, George H

Mays

Mays

George H Mays

Rank: Sergeant

Service: Special Constables, East End of London

Parents: Mr George & Mrs Clara Julia Marriott Mays

Brothers: Wilfred Mays, Sidney Mays, Stanley G Mays & Cecil Clarence Mays

Parent’s Address: Beaulieu, St Helen’s Road, Hastings

Published: October 1914

Please use the comments box below if you can provide more information about this person.