Secker, F G

F G Secker

F G Secker

F G Secker

Rank: Sergeant

Regiment: Royal Garrison Artillery

Parents-in-Law: Mr & Mrs J Adams

In-Law’s Address: 20 Rock-a-Nore Road, Hastings

Other Info: 14 year’s service. Wounded twice. Now on active service.

Published: February 1918

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Swaffer, Thomas Edward

Thomas Edward Swaffer

Thomas Edward Swaffer

Thomas Edward Swaffer

Rank: Gunner

Regiment: Royal Field Artillery

Wife: Mrs Swaffer

Address: 59a St Thomas’s Road, Hastings

Other Info: Tank Corps Depot. Wounded, now returned to duty. Additional name information from the Lives of the First World War regiment.

Published: February 1918

Mitchell, Alfred J

Mitchell

Mitchell

Alfred J Mitchell

Rank: Lance Corporal

Regiment: East Surrey Regiment

Parents: Mr William & Mrs Elizabeth J Mitchell

Brothers: Arthur George Mitchell & William Henry Mitchell

Address: 82 Bulverhythe Road, St Leonards

Other Info: Wounded last November. Now in England. Additional name information from the Lives of the First World War website.

Published: February 1918

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Milham, Harry T

Milham & Pincham

Milham & Pincham

Harry T Milham

Rank: Private

Regiment: Royal West Surrey Regiment

Mother: Mrs Milham

Cousin: Maxwell Pincham

Address: Westfield

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

Published: February 1918

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Kup, Frederick Auton

Frederick Auton Kup

Frederick Auton Kup

Frederick Auton Kup

Rank: Lieutenant

Regiment: Honourable Artillery Company

Other Info: Joined the H.A.C. in February 1916, was given a commission in the same Regiment in January 1917, sent to France in April and was wounded at Passchaendaele Ridge on 6th October 1917. He was awarded the Military Cross by Sir Douglas Haig for gallantry in the field. Lieutenant Kup was educated at Highbury House, St Leonards.

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

Published:  January 1918

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Foster, A H

A J Foster

A J Foster

A J Foster

Rank: Private

Regiment: Lancashire Fusiliers

Parents: Mrs Burgess

Address: 2 Chapel Cottages, Westfield

Other Info: Wounded and gassed on 17th November. Now in Norfolk and Norwich Hospital.

Published:  January 1918

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Burgess, B

Burgess

Burgess

B Burgess

Rank: Private

Regiment: Royal West Kent Regiment

Mother: Mrs Mary Burgess

Sister: Mrs C Burgess

Brothers: Reuben Burgess, C Burgess & T Burgess

Sister’s Address: 11 Stonefield Road, Hastings

Mother’s Address: Beaconsfield Terrace, Cross-in-Hand

Other Info: Wounded. Now in England.

Published:  January 1918

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Nicol, Alexander

Alexander Nicol

Alexander Nicol

Alexander Nicol

Rank: Private

Regiment: Canadian Expeditionary Force

Wife: Mrs Lottie Nicol (nee Putland)

Address: St Leonards

Other Info: The wedding took place on 1st January 1918 at Christ Church, St Leonards. The Reverend Henley conducted the service. The bridegroom has served some months in France and has the honour of wearing two wound stripes. He is at present acting as an orderly at the Canadian Military Hospital, Ore.

Published:  January 1918

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Allen, J

Allen

Allen

J Allen

Rank: Private

Regiment: Northamptonshire Regiment

Sister: Mrs A Bumstead

Brothers: R Allen & H Allen

Sister’s Address: 158 Bohemia Road, St Leonards

Other Info: Came home from France with Trench Fever. Now in Egypt.

Published:  January 1918

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Haynes, J G

Adams, Street & Haynes

Adams, Street & Haynes

J G Haynes

Rank: Private

Sent by: Miss P Turner

Miss Turner’s Address: 89 Manor Road, West Hill, Hastings

Other Info: Awarded the Military Medal. Wounded at Ypres.

Published:  January 1918

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