Brooker, George A

George A Brooker

George BrookerGeorge A Brooker

George A Brooker

Rank: Private

Regiment: 2nd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Father: Mr G H Brooker

Brother: C F Brooker

Address: 40 Norman Road, St Leonards

Other Info: Wounded on 3rd October. Formerly on Observer reporting staff.

Additional name information from the Lives of the First World War website.

Published: September 1915 & October 1916

Taught, William

William Taught

William Taught

William Taught

Service: Royal Navy

Sister: Miss Flossie Taught

Address: 11 Crystal Square, St Leonards

Other Info: Aged 15, who is in training at the Royal Naval Barracks, Shotley.

Published: September 1915

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Poulton, Vic

Vic Poulton

Vic Poulton

Vic Poulton

Rank: Private

Regiment: Motor Transport, Army Service Corps

Father: Mr H T Poulton

Address: Edmund Road, Clive Vale

Other Info: Text reads: “…is on Active Service somewhere in France…and has had the honour on shaking hands with HRH the Prince of Wales. Poulton, who is a very clever performer on the one string fiddle was taking part in a concert when some officers arrived. Poulton was encored and then he learnt one of the officers was Heir to the Throne of England. He was presented to the Prince, who shook hands with him and signed a programme which Poulton will naturally treasure as a valuable memento of his war experiences.

Published: September 1915

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Webber, George

George Webber

George WebberGeorge Webber

Rank: Electrician

Regiment: Royal Flying Corps

Father: Mr Edwin Webber

Address: 31-32 Pelham Street, Hastings

Published: September 1915

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Vine, Leopold O

Leopold O Vine

Leopold O VineLeopold O Vine

Rank: Private

Regiment: 13th Battalion (Southdowns), Royal Sussex Regiment

Parents: Mr & Mrs Vine

Address: London Road, Silverhill

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

Published: September 1915

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Taylor, A C

A C Taylor

A C TaylorA C Taylor

Rank: Private

Regiment: Royal Marine Light Infantry

Parents: Mr & Mrs W Taylor

Address: 20 Cornfield Terrace, St Leonards

Other Info: Age 17

Published: September 1915

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Stevens, F J

F J Stevens

F J StevensF J Stevens

Rank: Drummer

Regiment: 2nd/5th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Sent by: Miss B Hicks

Miss Hick’s Address: 18 Cornwallis Gardens, Hastings

Published: September 1915

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Spice, Owen Jr

Spice

Spice

Owen Spice

Rank: Private

Regiment: 51st Highland Ammunition Convoy, Motor Transport, Army Service Corps

Father: Owen Spice

Brother: A G Spice

Other Info: In France

Published: September 1915

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Spice, A G

Spice

Spice

A G Spice

Rank: Corporal

Regiment: Motor Transport, Army Service Corps

Father: Owen Spice

Brother: Owen Spice Jr

Other Info: In France. According to CWGC, Corporal Spice died aged 39 on 10th July 1919. Serving with the Royal Engineers, he was attached to 51st Artisan Company, Indian Army. He is remembered at Ladywell Cemetery, grave reference F.1028

Published: September 1915

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Spice, Owen

Spice

Spice

Owen Spice

Rank: Private

Regiment: Motor Transport, Army Service Corps

Sons: A G Spice & Owen Spice

Other Info: In France. Driver to Dr John Inglis, St Leonards for ten years.

Published: September 1915

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