Hollister, Joseph

Brasier & Hollister

Joseph Hollister

Rank: Private

Regiment: 8th Battalion, South Wales Borderers

Sister-in-Law: Mrs Brasier

Brother-in-Law: James J Brasier

Sister-in-Law’s Address: 32 Harold Road, Clive Vale, Hastings

Other Info: At Salonika. According to CWGC, Joseph died on 6th August 1917. He is remembered Sarigol Military Cemetery, Kriston, grave reference D.535. Also remembered on Hastings War Memorial. Additional name information from the Lives of the First World War website.

Published: April 1917

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Pope, Edgar

Pope, Lowe, Butts and Hindes

Edgar Pope

Rank: Private

Regiment: 8th Battalion, South Wales Borderers

Parents: Mr Alfred & Mrs Mary Pope

Sent by: Mrs J Smith

Address: 24 Lilleshall Street, Corporation Road, New Port

Other Info: Billeted in Hastings. Died of wounds in Salonika. According to CWGC, Edgar died aged 21 on 23rd October 1916. He is remembered at Karasouli Military Cemetery, grave reference D.706.

Published: March 1917

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Lee, George

George Lee

George Lee

Rank: Private

Regiment: 7th Battalion, South Wales Borderers

Other Info: It was announced in the Hastings & St Leonards Observer on the 16th inst. that Private Geo Lee of the South Wales Borderers, billeted last year at Eversfield House, St Leonards, as been killed by a fall of earth at the Front. He was a very clever young fellow, and was known as “Dan Leno” amongst his friends. He was a good boxer, and took part in a competition whilst at Hastings. He is shown in the picture standing behind two comrades.

According to CWGC, George died on 19th November 1916 is remembered at Karasouli Military Cemetery, grave reference D.884.

Published: January 1917

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Belgion, Henry J

Henry J Belgion

Henry J Belgion

Rank: Sergeant

Regiment: South Wales Borderers / Cheshire Regiment

Sent by: Nurse Huntley

Nurse Huntley’s Address: The Maze, Hastings

Other Info: Invalided home. In hospital in Wales. Additional name information from the Lives of the First World War Website.

Published: January 1917

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