Budd, Eric

Ockenden, Budd & Dale

Eric Budd

Rank: Private

Regiment: Royal Sussex Regiment

Aunt: Mrs Cawdron

Uncle: Harry W Ockenden

Brothers / Cousins: Clement Budd, Dennis William Budd, Frank Budd & Ernest Frank Dale

Aunt’s Address: 25 Newgate Road, St Leonards

Other Info: Wounded five times. Now at hospital in Bristol.

Published: December 1917

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Noble, William

William Noble

William Noble

Rank: Private

Regiment: South Staffordshire Regiment

Mother: Mrs Noble

Address: Sandown Road, Ore

Other Info: Wounded and prisoner of war.

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Published: December 1917

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Gasson, George

Gasson, Ferrell, Collins & Crouch

George Gasson

Rank: Sapper

Regiment: Engineers, Australian Imperial Force

Parents: Mr & Mrs H Gasson

Wife: Mrs Annie Gasson

Brothers: Onslow Gasson, H J Gasson & Thomas V Gasson

Cousins: Thomas Gasson, Sergeant Ferrell, William Gasson & Sergeant Collins

Brother-in-Law: Fred Crouch

Parent’s Address: 160 Old Church Road, Hollington

Address: 73 Northumberland Avenue, Stanmore, Australia

Other Info: Wounded, now discharged.

George’s AIF service papers can be viewed for free by searching here.

Published: December 1917

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Dufton, Arthur L

Arthur L Dufton

Arthur L Dufton

Rank: Corporal

Regiment: Royal Sussex Regiment

Father: Mr B B Dufton

Address: 4 St Andrew’s Square, Hastings

Other Info: Wounded for the fourth time. Now serving in Egypt. Additional name information from the Lives of the First World War website.

Published: December 1917

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Aylward, John Augustus Samuel

John Augustus Samuel Aylward

John Augustus Samuel Aylward

Rank: Lieutenant

Regiment: Royal East Kent Mounted Rifles

Parents: The Rev Augustus Frewen & Mrs Annie Margaret Aylward

Address: Born in Blaby, Leicestershire

Other Info: Awarded the Military Cross. He is fighting in the East, where he has done splendid service. At the Battle of Gaza he was wounded and was given the M.C. on the battlefield.

John’s medal citation reads: “For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during an action. He showed the greatest coolness and ability when his platoon was enfiladed during the attack, and saved many lives by his judgement and skill in a difficult situation”

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Published: December 1917