Whiting, Thomas Stephen

William Whiting

Whiting

Thomas Stephen Whiting

Rank: Private

Regiment: Australian Imperial Force

Parents: Mr & Mrs James Whiting

Brothers: William Whiting & W J Whiting

Address: 47 St Georges Road, Hastings

Other Info: Now discharged.

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Published: September 1917

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Whiting, W J

William Whiting

Whiting

W J Whiting

Rank: Gunner

Regiment: Royal Field Artillery

Parents: Mr & Mrs James Whiting

Brothers: William Whiting & Thomas Stephen Whiting

Address: 47 St Georges Road, Hastings

Published: September 1917

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Whiting, William

William Whiting

Whiting

William Whiting

Rank: Leading Seaman

Service: Royal Navy

Parents: Mr & Mrs James Whiting

Brothers: W J Whiting & Thomas Stephen Whiting

Address: 47 St Georges Road, Hastings

Other Info: Wounded at the Jutland battle. Now discharged.

Published: September 1917

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Tootell, Unknown First Name

Tootell

Tootell

Mr Tootell

Rank: Corporal

Regiment: Canadian Expeditionary Force

Sent by: A friend

Other Info: Formerly billeted at St Leonards

Published: September 1917

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Hyland, Frederick W

William Tapsell & Frederick Hyland

William Tapsell & Frederick Hyland

Frederick W Hyland

Regiment: British Red Cross Society

Address: Old Town, Hastings

Other Info: Has been serving with the French Army continuously for the last 26 months and was decorated with the Croix-de-Guerre by General Boichu, commanding the Division they were working with. He was in the Champagne during 1915, at Verdun, February 20th 1916 and Champagne in the summer of 1917. They were decorated for collecting wounded under fire.

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Published: September 1917

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Tapsell, William J

William Tapsell & Frederick Hyland

William Tapsell & Frederick Hyland

William J Tapsell

Regiment: British Red Cross Society

Address: Old Town, Hastings

Other Info: Has been serving with the French Army continuously for the last 26 months and was decorated with the Croix-de-Guerre by General Boichu, commanding the Division they were working with. He was in the Champagne during 1915, at Verdun, February 20th 1916 and Champagne in the summer of 1917. They were decorated for collecting wounded under fire.

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Published: September 1917

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Stonham, Winnie

Winnie Stonham

Winnie Stonham

Winnie Stonham

Service: Munitions Worker

Parents: Mr & Mrs J Stonham

Brothers: H G Stonham & George C Stonham

Uncle: Charles Stonham

Address: 67 Greville Road, Ore

Published: September 1917

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Smith, H

H Smith

H Smith

H Smith

Rank: Gunner

Regiment: Royal Field Artillery

Wife: Mrs Smith

Address: 50 Castle Hill Road, Hastings

Other Info: At Ambala, India

Published: September 1917

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Robins, John William

John William Robins

John William Robins

John William Robins

Rank: Private

Regiment: 8th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment

Parents: Mr Robert & Mrs Harriett Robins

Address: Battle Road, Hollington, later Hop Villas, Paddock Wood

Other Info: Missing since 31st July 1917. According to CWGC, John died aged 23 on 31st July 1917. He is remembered at Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial on panel 21.

Published: September 1917

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Rich, Wilfred C

W Rich

W Rich

Wilfred C Rich

Rank: Private

Regiment: Suffolk Regiment

Address: 445 Old London Road, Ore

Other Info: Formerly at the ‘Observer’ Office, Hastings. Additional information from the Lives of the First World War website.

Published: September 1917

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