Watts, Leonard

Watts

Leonard Watts

Rank: Lance Corporal

Regiment: Border Regiment

Parents: Mr & Mrs W H Watts

Brother: H F Watts

Address: Bohemia Road / Church Road, St Leonards

Other Info: Previously in the Liverpool Volunteers. Wounded three times; now in hospital at Warrington. Additional name information from the Lives of the First World War.

Published: March 1918

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Munday, Gordon J H

Hastings & Munday

Gordon J H Munday

Rank: Private

Regiment: Somerset Light Infantry

Parents: Mr & Mrs J W Munday

Cousin: A E Hastings

Address: 319 London Road, St Leonards

Other Info: Invalided home, now in convalescent camp near Birmingham. Was a choir boy and educated at St John’s, Upper St Leonards.

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Published: March 1918

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Burton, A J

Burton & Chambers

A J Burton

Rank: Driver

Regiment: Royal Field Artillery

Parents: Mr & Mrs Alfred Burton

Brothers: Nelson J Burton, Arthur William Burton & A Burton

Brother-in-Law: Sydney Chambers

Address: 18 Horntye Road, St Leonards

Other Info: At the Front.

Published: March 1918

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Todman, Ernest E W

Todman

Ernest E W Todman

Rank: Private

Regiment: Bedfordshire Regiment

Parents: Mr & Mrs Todman

Brothers: Archibald Bernard Todman & F T Todman

Parent’s Address: 23 Lower South Road, Bohemia, St Leonards

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

Published: February 1918

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White, Stanley

White & Charlton

Stanley White

Rank: Corporal

Regiment: Canadian Expeditionary Force

Wife: Mrs Florence Emily White (nee Lewis)

In-Law’s Address: Western Road, St Leonards

Home Address: Lakefield, Ontario

Other Info: A wedding of considerable interest took place on Wednesday February 6th 1918 at Christ Church, St Leonards, by the Rev. G. W. Douglas… The groomsman was Private Lawrence Charlton of Ontario, Canada. The bride wore a dress of Georgette with wreath of orange blossoms and veil and carried a sheaf of lilies. The bridesmaid was Miss Dora Baxter, Hilside, Braybrooke Road. Her dress was silk eolienne with over-dress of Maltese lace. The bridegroom’s gift to the bridesmaid was a gold wish-bone brooch with pearl centre. The happy couple subsequently left for Bristol for the honeymoon.

Published: February 1918