Thomas, F

F Thomas

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F Thomas

Rank: Private

Regiment: 7th Royal Sussex

Mother: Mrs R A Thomas

Brothers: C Thomas & A E Thomas

Address: 33 Southwater Road, St Leonards

Other Info: Badly wounded in September. Now in hospital.

Published: January 1915 & January 1917

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Morris, William

Morris, W

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Rank: Private

Regiment: 10th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Father: Mr & Mrs W Morris

Brother: A Morris

Address: 31 Hughenden Road, Hastings

Other Info: Wounded and lost a leg, at Roehampton.

Published: January 1915 & May 1917

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Povey, Herbert Charles

Charles Herbert Povey

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Rank: Lance Corporal

Regiment: Royal Engineers

Parents: Mr & Mrs Povey

Address: Norman Road and 61 Vale Road, St Leonards

Other Info: Active Service Section. Wounded in both hands at Ypres.

Published: January 1915 & May 1915

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Martin, B H

B H Martin & P Martin

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Rank: Private

Regiment: 3rd, Royal Sussex Regiment

Wife: Mrs Martin

Mother: Mrs Martin

Brother: P Martin & C Martin

Brother in Law: F G Swain

Mother’s Address: 13 Burry Terrace, Silverhill

Home Address: 224 Harold Road, Clive Vale, Hastings

Other Info: Wounded, recovering in hospital in Birmingham.

A German Trophy reads: “Mr B H Martin, of 7 Station Road, Hastings, now engaged as collector in the sorting room of the Hastings Post Office was formerly in the Royal Sussex but was discharged because of wounds he received  at La Bassee on December 23rd 1914, he () the German eagle shown in the () a German Officer’s arm at Ypres. Mr Martin is wearing the South African medal, having served through that war. He has also seen service in India.”

Published: January 1915, April 1915 & September 1916

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Reed, Frank Sidney

F S Reed

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Rank: Private

Regiment: 13th County of London Regiment

Mother: Mrs W Reed

Brother: Arthur Horace Reed

Address: 8 Alfred Street, St Leonards

Other Info: Active Service. Wounded and Shell Shock. In hospital at Liverpool.

Published: January 1915 & September 1916

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Baker, F T

F T Baker

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Rank: Private / Corporal

Regiment: A Company, 2nd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Sent by: Miss Baker

Address: 62 Emmanuel Road, Hastings

Other Info: Wounded at La Basse on January 29th. Now in hospital in Bristol. Formerly a Hastings Chair attendent. Wounded for a second time, now in hospital in Cardiff.

Published: October 1914, February 1915, April 1916 & September 1916

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Munday, A E R

A E R Munday

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Rank: Corporal

Regiment: Royal Army Medical Corps

Grandparents: R & C Munday

Address: 25 Alma Terrace, Silverhill

Published: January 1915

Other Info: Wounded, now at Aldershot

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