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BRIGHTON WAR MEMORIAL (1914-1921)
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World War 1 - Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Chris Comber 2008

PACKHAM

George

Private G/16595, 9th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 24th New Army Division. Killed in action at Messines 11th June 1916. Aged 30. Husband of Elizabeth Packham of 120, Loader Road, Brighton. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book and on St. Bartholomewís Parish Church Memorial. Commemorated on The Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres, Belgium. MR. 29.

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Alfred

Private 21341, 2nd Battalion, Hampshire Regiment. 29th Regular Division. Killed in action 5th August 1916. Aged 29. Husband of Mrs Alice Page of 8, Quebec Street, Brighton. Left one child. Employee of ĎThe Old Shipí Hotel. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Formerly with The Royal Sussex Regiment. Buried in Potijze Chateau Wood Cemetery, Ypres, Belgium. B. 47.

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Charles Frederick

Private TF/320370, 16th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 74th Yeomanry Division. Died of wounds in Palestine 9th March 1918. Aged 23. Brother of Mrs Winifred Woodhams of 50, Kingsley Road, Preston Park. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book and on St. Johns Church Memorial, Preston Park. Brighton. Buried in The Jerusalem War Cemetery, Palestine. Pal. 3.

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Charles Henry

Private SD/5473, 9th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 24th New Army Division. Reported missing during the German Spring offensive 22nd March 1918. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Next of kin, Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book and on St. Martinís Parish Church Memorial. Commemorated on The Pozieres Memorial MR. 27.

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Charles William

This is a suggestion only from the CWGC and a suspect entry. Private G/50386, 11th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers 18th Eastern Division. Killed in action near Thiepval 17th February 1917. Aged 43. Husband of Mrs E. Page of 109, Ercwonald Street, Shepherds Bush London. Not included in St. Peterís Memorial Book. No apparent connection with Brighton. Commemorated on The Thiepval Memorial MR. 21.

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George

Private S/2081, 2nd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 1st Regular Division. Killed in action at Givenchy 29th January 1915. Aged 19. Son of James Amos & Emily Page of 18, Richmond Hill, Brighton. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Special Reservist. Not included in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Commemorated on The Le Touret Memorial MR. 22

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Harry

Private G/6182, 2nd Battalion, East Kent Regiment. 28th Regular Division. Died of disease in Greece 22nd December 1916. Aged 35. Son of Henry & Caroline Page of Brighton. Husband of Mrs Jane Page of 71, Centurion Road, Brighton. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Struma Military Cemetery, Greece Gr. 3. (See addenda for another Harry Page)

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Henry

Private G/3273, 9th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 24th New Army Division. Killed in action in the Ypres Salient 28th May 1917. Aged 20. Son of Mr & Mrs H. Page of 153, Edward Street, Brighton. Born St. Maryís, Brighton. Enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Hop Store Cemetery, Vlamertinghe, Belgium. B. 2.

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Oliver [James]

Private G8937, 2nd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 1st Regular Division. Killed in action during an attack by the 2nd Brigade on Munster Alley, on the Somme 23rd July 1916. Born in Clapton, East London and enlisted in Hove. Listed on St. Martinís Parish Church Memorial. Next of kin, Brighton. Not listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Commemorated on The Thiepval Memorial MR. 21

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Robert James

Gunner, H.M.S. ĎGood Hopeí, Royal Navy. South Atlantic Squadron. Lost with the ship when the armoured cruiser was sunk with all hands in action with Von Speeís squadron off the Coronel Islands, Chile on the 1st November 1914. Recorded in Ranks unknown in St. Peterís Memorial Book, also Royal Naval ranks unknown. Commemorated on The Portsmouth Naval Memorial Southsea MR. 3.

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Stephen

Able Seaman B/5820, H.M.S. ĎAlertí, Royal Navy. Mesopotamian River Flotilla. Taken prisoner at Kut el Amara and died in captivity on the 9th September 1916. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Seamen Royal Navy. Buried in Bagdhad North Gate War Cemetery. Iraq. 8.

PAICE

Arthur Edward

Sergeant L/10418, 7th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 12th Eastern Division. Killed in action at Cambrai 25th November 1917. Aged 24. Husband of Louise Paice of 5, Bute Street, Kemp Town, Brighton. Son of William & Mary Anne Paice of Brighton. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Sgts. Commemorated on The Cambrai Memorial. MR. 17.

PAINE

C E

No further information currently available. Not listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Not found in CWGC and SDGW records

PAINE

Frederick John

Private 60618, 8th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers. 12th Eastern Division. Killed in action at Cambrai during the German counter attack on 30th November 1917. Husband of Mrs F. J. Paine of 100, Hanover Terrace, Brighton. Employed as a signwriter by Mr. Bryant of Bond Street, Brighton. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Commemorated on The Cambrai Memorial. MR. 17.

PALLANT

George

Lance Corporal 513173, 2/14th Battalion, London Regiment. (The London Scottish) 60th (2/2nd London) Division. T.F. Killed in action in Palestine. 30th April 1918. Aged 31. Son of Mr & Mrs George Pallant of Kings Road, Brighton. Born in Brighton and enlisted in Richmond Resident of Kew. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Lance Corporals. Buried in The Jerusalem War Cemetery, Palestine. Pal. 3.

PALMAR

Hubert John

This is the only Palmar H. J. with CWGC records. Private 26232, 5th Battalion, Grenadier Guards. The Guards Division. Died at home. 19th June 1918. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Connection with Brighton unknown. Buried in Great Chart (St. Maryís) Churchyard, Near Ashford, Kent.

PANNELL

George Frederick

Private 67548, 113th Company, Labour Corps. Western Front Units. Killed in action in The Ypres Salient 22nd September 1917. Aged 40. Son of Mrs G. F. Pannell of Brighton. Husband of Mrs G. F. Pannell Formerly with the Middlesex Regiment. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Born in Brighton and enlisted in Chichester. Buried in Canada Farm Cemetery, Belgium. B. 12.

PARIS

George

Private 6852, 1st Battalion, Devonshire Regiment. 5th Regular Division. Killed in action near La Basse 31st October 1914. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Next of kin, Brighton. Regular Soldier. Not included in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Commemorated on The Le Touret Memorial. MR. 22.

PARIS

Percy John

Gunner 144697, Royal Garrison Artillery. Home Units. Died at home 16th June 1917. Aged 19. Son of George Alfred & Mary Jane Paris of Tickeridge Mill, Blackboys. Born in Brighton and enlisted in Blackboys near Uckfield. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Gunners. Buried in Bury St. Edmunds Cemetery, Suffolk.

PARISH

Edgar Basil

This is the only E. B. Parish with the CWGC Records. Lance Corporal 161812, 2nd Battalion, Hampshire Regiment. 29th Regular Division. Killed in action at Ypres 24th August 1917. Aged 25. Son of Robert & Rose Anne Parish of 104 Quebec Street, Norwich, Norfolk. Brighton connection unknown. Not listed in St Peterís Memorial Book. Commemorated on The Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium. MR. 30

PARKER

Arthur Ernest

Private 5975, 9th Queens Royal Lancers. Cavalry Units. Died at home 24th May 1915. Aged 43. Son of Mrs Lucy Chapman of 50, Coleman Street, Brighton. Native of Lewes. Born Shoreham and enlisted in Bognor. Served in the South African Campaign with the 14th Hussars. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book and Bognor War Memorial Hospital. Buried in Wandsworth (Earlsfield) Cemetery, South London.

PARKER

Edwin Mortimer

Able Seaman J/950, H.M.S. ĎFormidableí, Royal Navy. Channel Fleet. Lost when the Battleship was torpedoed by a U-Boat off Lyme Regis on the 1st January 1915. Next of kin Brighton residents. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Able Seamen Royal Navy. Commemorated on The Chatham Naval Memorial, Southsea MR. 1.

PARKER

Francis Lionel

Private G/4004, 8th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 18th Eastern Division. Wounded during the Messines offensive and died in military hospital near Poperinghe on 30th June 1917. Aged 28. Son of George & Sarah Jane Parker of 63, Frederick Street, Brighton. Born in Eastbourne and enlisted in Hove. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Belgium. B. 11.

PARKER

Sydney Percy

Driver 900646, Royal Field Artillery. Home based units. Died at home 14th September 1918. Aged 28. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Drivers. Buried in Brighton and Preston Cemetery.

PARKER

Walter George Heather

Private PS/3468, 1st Battalion, Middlesex Regiment. 33rd New Army Division. Killed in action during an attack by the 98th Brigade during the Second Battle of the Scarpe, The Arras Offensive 23rd April 1917. Aged 34. Husband of Mrs Mary Parker of 16, Ashford Street, Brighton. Son of Mr & Mrs George Walker Parker of Brighton. Born Brighton and enlisted in Chichester. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Heninel Croiselles Road Cemetery. F. 434.

PARKER

William

Driver 901043, 1070th Battery, 222nd Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Mesopotamian Units. Died of disease in military hospital in Basra, Mesopotamia on the 21st May 1919. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Drivers. Next of kin, unknown. Buried in Basra War Cemetery Iraq. 6.

PARKHOUSE

James Harold

Lance Corporal SD/2760, 13th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment (3rd South Downs) 39th New Army Division. Killed in action on the Rue de Bois. 30th June 1916. Aged 19. Son of Mr & Mrs J. G. Parkhouse of 2, Rugby Road, Preston Park, Brighton. Born in Taunton and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Lance Corporals. Commemorated on The Loos Memorial MR. 19.

PARKS

Ernest William

Private G/24912, 7th Battalion, Royal West Kent Regiment. 18th Eastern Division. Died in military hospital at Annois 4th June 1918. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Next of kin Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Annois Communal Cemetery, Aisne. F. 1064

PARKS

Frederick James

Trooper 5544, 9th Queens Royal Lancers. The Cavalry Division. Died of wounds at Le Treport on the 31st August 1915. Aged 20. Son of Isaac & Mary Parks of 50, Bates Road, Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Privates. Not listed in SDGW. Buried in Le Treport Military Cemetery F. 1. See also Canterbury, 9th Lancers

PARKS

Henry Isaac

Private 28163, 8th Battalion, East Surrey Regiment. 18th Eastern Division. Killed in action at Beaumont Hamel 8th November 1916. Born in Brighton and enlisted in Chichester. Next of kin, Brighton St. Peterís Memorial Book. Commemorated on The Thiepval Memorial MR. 21.

PARRISH

Ernest Benjamin

Private 06340, No. 23 Company The Royal Army Ordnance Corps. Died of disease in military hospital at Calais 29th December 1916. Aged 33. Son of Michael Thomas King & Rosalie OíConnor Parrish of Brighton. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book and on St. Albans Parish Church Memorial Coombe Road. (SDGW Ernest Berry Parrish) CWGC records one R only (PARISH). Buried in Calais Southern Cemetery. F. 8.

PARROTT

William Edward Charles

Private G/4689, 2nd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 1st Regular Division. Killed in action at Loos 25th September 1915. Aged 24. Husband of Mrs Ellen Elizabeth Parrott of 40 Scotland Street, Brighton. Born in St. Leonards and enlisted in Hove. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book and on St. Albanís and St. Lukeís Parish Church Memorials. Commemorated on The Loos Memorial MR. 19.

PARSLOW

Albert Edward

Corporal G/170, 7th Battalion, Royal West Surrey Regiment. 18th Eastern Division. Killed in action on the Ancre 18th November 1916. Born Stonehouse, Plymouth and enlisted in Kingston on Thames Next of kin Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under unknown ranks (CWGC entry reads Purslow A. E.). Buried in Stump Road Cemetery, Grandcourt. F. 535.

PARSLOE

Adrian Wesley

Sergeant 573049, 1/17th Vattalion, London Regiment (Poplar & Stepney Rifles) 47th (2nd London) Division. Killed in action at Messines 6th July 1917. Born Nottingham and enlisted in Birmingham. Formerly with the 7th Dragoon Guards. Next of kin, Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Sergeants and on St. Lukeís Parish Church Memorial both record Parslow Adrian Wesley. CWGC. Parsloe Adrian Commemorated on The Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres, Belgium MR. 29.

PARSONS

Charles Robert

Private G/19792, 10th Battalion, Royal West Kent Regiment. 41st New Army Division. Taken prisoner and died of dysentry in captivity in Antwerp, Belgium on the 22nd October 1918. Aged 23. Born Preston Park and enlisted in Brighton. Son of Mr & Mrs Parsons of West End Farm, Burgess Hill. Also listed on Burgess Hill War Memorial. Former cavalryman (Lancers). Buried in Schoonselhof Cemetery, Antwerp, Belgium B. 342.

PARSONS

[F] E G

Private T/368553, 2nd General Headquarters Reserve Mechanical Transport Company, Royal Army Service Corps. Aged 28. Son of James and Anne Parsons, of 213, Elm Grove, Brighton. Born at Brighton. Buried in Etaples Military Cemetery, France.

PARSONS

George Henry

Lance Corporal L/6986, 8th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 18th Eastern Division. Died of wounds 13th September 1915. Aged 33. Born in Brighton and enlisted in Hove. Regular Soldier. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Lance Corporals and on New England Road Mission Church Memorial. Buried in Citadel New Military Cemetery F. 394

PARSONS

William George [Miller]

Private SP/3774, 24th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers (2nd Sportsmanís) 2nd Regular Division. Killed in action on the Somme 31st July 1916. Aged 18. Son of Mr J. M. & Mrs Amelia Parsons of 101, Round Hill Crescent, Brighton. Born in Brighton and enlisted in London. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Commemorated on The Thiepval Memorial. MR. 21.

PARTINGTON

Sidney Herbert

Private 41479, 11th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. 34th New Army Division. Killed in action during the German Flanders offensive 19th April 1916. Aged 19. Son of Mr & Mrs E. Partington of 3, Trafalgar Street, Brighton. Born Brighton and enlisted in Chichester. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. The Ploegsteert Memorial, Belgium MR. 32.

PATCHING

Frank Leonard

Corporal 3963, 24th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers (2nd Sportsmans Battalion) Badly gassed and died in military hospital in Bethune 13th July 1917. Aged 19. Son of Frank & Sarah Anne Patching of 8, Ashdown Road, Brighton. Born, Brighton. Enlisted, London. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Cpls. Buried in Bethune Town Cemetery F. 80.

PAUL, DCM, MM

Reuben Stanley

Rifleman C/7740, 13th Battalion, Kings Royal Rifle Corps. 37th New Army Division. Died of wounds 26th August 1918. Aged 25. Son of John & Hannah Paul of 14, Porthall Street, Brighton. Born in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Lance Corporals. Buried in Bagneaux British Cemetery, Gezaincourt. F. 84.

PAVITT

Reginald James

Lieutenant, 10th Battalion, East Kent Regiment. 74th Yeomanry Division. Killed in action at Morlancourt 9th August 1918. Aged 23. Son of Henry & Emma Pavitt of 13 Cissbury Road, Hove. Husband of Olga Pavitt who later re married. Former Sergeant with the Sussex Yeomanry. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Lieutenants. Hove Memorial. Buried in Beacon Cemetery, Sailly Laurette F. 247

PAYNE

Albert [George]

Private G/40904, 4th Battalion, Middlesex Regiment. 37th New Army Division. Killed in action on the Ancre 16th November 1916. Aged 35. Son of John & Mary Payne of Brighton. Husband of Mrs Rose Laura Payne of 62, Princess Road, Brighton. Born in Brighton and enlisted in Chichester. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont Hamel F. 339

PAYNE

Bernard

Private 15414, Lord Strathconas Horse. Canadian Corps Cavalry. Killed in action in the Nieppe Forest 5th August 1915. Born 12th April 1893 in Brighton. Next of kin, Chalres Payne, 65 Hepher Road, Brighton. Carpenter by trade. Enlisted Valcartier, Canada. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under unknown ranks. Buried in Trois Arbres Cemetery, Steenwerck F. 297.

PAYNE

Henry James

Second Lieutenant, 6th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment attached to 1/4th Battalion 53rd Welsh Division in Egypt. Drowned when the S.S. íTrannsylvaniaí was torpedoed in the Gulf of Genoa 4th May 1917. Aged 26. Son of James & Annie Payne of 36, Edburton Avenue, Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Second Lieutenants. Commemorated on The Savona Town Memorial, Italy.

PAYNE

John

Sapper 40074, 62nd Field Company, Royal Engineers. 14th Light Division. Killed in action in Belgium 25th September 1915. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Next of kin unknown. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under unknown ranks Commemorated on The Ploegsteert Memorial MR. 32.

PAYNTER

Thomas Percy

Private SD/3661, 11th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment (1st South Downs) 39th New Army Division. Died of wounds in military hospital at Rouen on the 25th March 1918. Aged 33. Husband of Mrs T. Paynter. Left one child. Eldest son of Mrs Martin of 13, Ditchling Road, Brighton. Born Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen. F. 146

PEACOCK

Frank

Private 23610, 3rd Battalion, Grenadier Guards. The Guards Division. Killed in action near Leventie 20th December 1915. Aged 23. Son of George & Margaret Peacock of Brighton. Member of Brighton Police Force. Born in Surrey and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in The Royal Irish Guards Cemetery, Laventie F. 706.

PEAKE

Walter Southwell

Sapper 43826, 90th Field Company The Royal Engineers. 9th Scottish Division. Died on the 27th May 1915, cause unknown. Aged 35. Husband of Alice Peake of 6, Luther Street, Elm Grove, Brighton. Son of Walter and Martha Peake. Born in Salfords, Lancashire and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Sappers and on St. Lukeís Parish Church Memorial. Buried in Steenwerck Communal Cemetery F. 1091

PEAL

Henry Joseph

Private TF/267288, Hertfordshire Regiment. 39th New Army Division. Wounded during the German Spring offensive and died in military hospital on the 24th March 1918. Aged 40. Son of Henry Robert & Anna Elizabeth Peal of 215, Ditchling Road, Brighton. Born in Walworth and enlisted in Lambeth. Resident of Barking. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Bronfay Farm Military Cemetery. F. 329

PEARCE

George Thomas

Private 12486, 1st Battalion, Coldstream Guards. The Guards Division. Wounded at Hulluch near Loos and died in military hospital at Douai 3rd October 1915. Aged 23. Son of Thomas & Elizabeth Anne Pearce of 23, Richmond Place, Brighton. Born in Clapton and enlisted in Croydon. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under unknown ranks (Pearce J.!!). Buried in Douai Communal Cemetery F. 1176

PEARSON

Charles Stephen

Corporal Shoeing Smith 5533, 47th Battery, Royal Field Artillery. Western Front units. Died in base hospital at Boulogne 25th October 1914. Aged 38. Son of Stephen and Sarah Pearson. Native of Saffron Walden, Essex. Husband of Elizabeth Pearson of 14, Aberdeen Road, Brighton. Not included in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Boulogne Eastern Cemetery. F. 102.

PEARSON

Rowland Leslie

Private, Durham Light Infantry. Battalion unknown. Taken prisoner on the 27th May 1918 and died of dysentery in captivity on the 18th July 1918. Aged 19. Information from the Sussex Daily News reports and In Memoriam entries 1919-20. Son of Mrs Pearson of 209 Queens Park Road, Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book and on St. Lukeís Parish Church Memorial. No record with CWGC or Part 62 SDGW.

PEATFIELD

Stanley James

Second Lieutenant, 60th Company, Machine Gun Corps attached from Royal Berkshire Regiment. Wounded during the Messines Offensive and died in military hospital 2nd July 1917. Aged 22. Youngest. Son of Mr & Mrs M. Peatfield of St. Georges Place, Brighton. Earlier of ĎWillow Brookí Hassocks. Memorial tablet in Hassocks Congregational Chapel. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under 2/Lts. Buried in Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Belgium. B. 11.

PEERLESS

Cuthbert Henry

Second Lieutenant, 8th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 18th Division. Died at home 12th May 1918. Aged 26. Son of Henry Heathfield & Amelia Sarah Peerless of 12, St. James Avenue, Kemp Town. Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under 2/Lts. Buried in Brighton Extramural Cemetery.

PEERLESS

Charles Leonard

Private L/761538, 1/28th Battalion, London Regiment. (The Artists Rifles). Killed in action in the Ypres Salient 30th October 1917. Born in Brighton and enlisted in Chelsea. Next of kin, Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Commemorated on The Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium. Mr. 30

PELL

Arthur Charles

Airman 2nd Class 56674, Royal Air Force. School of Navigation and bomb dropping. Died at home of influenza 17th October 1918. Aged 34. Husband of Mrs E. V. R. Pell of 42, College Place, Kemp Town, Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under RFC/RAF and on St. Anneís Memorial (St Georges Parish Church, Kemp Town.). Buried in Brighton and Preston Cemetery.

PELLETT

Joseph Frank

Private SD/2762, 13th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment (3rd South Downs) 39th New Army Division. Wounded during the attack by the 116th Brigade on the Rue De Bois and died in military hospital in Bethune 14th July 1916. Aged 22. Son of Mr & Mrs Pellett of 14, Holland Street Brighton. Born in Brighton and enlisted in Hove. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book and on St. Lukeís Parish Church Memorial. Buried in Bethune Town Cemetery F. 80.

PELLING

[Alfred] George

Stoker SS/102567, H.M.S. ĎDahliaí, Royal Navy. Died at home, cause unknown. 6th September 1915. Aged 27. Husband of Mrs. Rebecca Pelling of 62, Hanover Street, Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Stokers Royal Navy. Buried in Brighton Bear Road Cemetery

PELLING

Edwin John

Private G/18615, 7th Battalion, Royal West Kent Regiment. 18th Division. Taken prisoner and died in captivity in Germany 9th May 1917. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Next of kin, Brighton. Formerly with the Royal Fusiliers. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Ohlesdorf (Hamburg) Cemetery, Germany. G. 2

PELLING

Percy Charles

Lance Corporal 59247, 12/13th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers. 21st New Army Division. Killed in action 18th September 1918. Aged 30. Son of Mrs Sarah Jane Pelling of 62, Newhaven Street, Brighton. Born and enlisted in Brighton. St. Peterís Memorial Book under L/Cpls. Commemorated on The Vis En Artois Memorial MR. 16.

PALLING

Walter Henry

Pioneer 129493, ĎEí Special Company, Royal Engineers. Killed in action 23rd July 1917. Aged 23. Second son of Mr & Mrs Pelling of 25, Carlton Row, Brighton. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Pioneers and on the Royal Engineers Memorial, St. Albans Parish Church, Coombe Road. Buried in Roclincourt Military Cemetery F. 184

PELRY

Robert

Lance Corporal G/29273, 1st Battalion, Royal West Surrey Regiment. 33rd New Army Division. Killed in action 21st September 1918. Born in Brixton and enlisted in Brighton. Next of kin, Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under L/Cpls. And on St. Lukeís Church War Memorial. Buried in Pigeon Ravine Cemetery, Epehy F. 665

PEMBERTON

Herbert Henry

Private 8594, 2nd Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment. 8th Regular Division. Killed in action at Neuve Chapelle 12th March 1915. Aged 28. Son of Mrs Isabella Pemberton of 9, Cuthbert Road, Brighton. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book and on St. Marks redundant Church Memorial, Kemp Town. Commemorated on The Le Touret Memorial MR. 22

PEPPER

Alfred John

Private G/3188, 9th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 24th New Army Division. Killed in action near Wulverghem 17th May 1916. Aged 35. Son of Alfred & Anne Pepper of Brighton. Born St. Johns and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Ration Farm Cemetery Annexe F. 82.

PEPPER

J

Private. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Privates. No further information currently

PEPPER

[Wheeler] S

Private 17192, 4th Advanced workshops, Tank Corps. Western Front. Died in military hospital as the result of an operation for appendicitis on the 5th October 1918. Son of Mr & Mrs Pepper of 4, Edinburgh Road, Brighton. Husband of Mrs W. S. Pepper. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Formerly with The Royal Army Medical Corps. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under unknown ranks (Wheeler S. Pepper). Buried in Thilloy Road Cemetery, Beaulencourt F. 278

PESKETT

Guy Eastcott Harry

Second Lieutenant, 4th Battalion, Duke of Wellingtons Regiment. 49th West Riding Division. T.F. Killed in action during the Arras offensive 3rd May 1917. Aged 28. Son of Dr. & Mrs. A. W. Chalmers-Peskett. MA. MB. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Second Lietenants and also recorded on the Parish Memorial in East Hoathly. Commemorated on The Arras Memorial MR. 20.

PESKETT

John Kennett

Corporal 4026. 10th Battalion, Rifle Brigade. 20th Light Division. Killed in action during the Arras offensive 21st April 1917. Born and enlisted in Worthing. Next of kin, Brighton. Not listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Ruyaulcourt Military Cemetery. F. 756

PETAS

P

Fireman Trimmer, Mercantile Marine. Lost when the S.S. íWaverleyí was torpedoed off Cape Ivi, Algeria with the loss of 23 men, 20th December 1917. Aged 23. Born in Greece. Brighton connection unknown. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under unknown ranks (Petasse P.) CWGC (Petas P.) Christian name not recorded. Commemorated on The Tower Hill Memorial MR. 39.

PETERS

L

No further information currently available. Not recorded in St. Peterís Memorial Book CWGC records and SDGW did not produce a satisfactory match. No local information. Unidentified.

PETERS

Louis Alexander

Private 10616, 2nd Battalion, Honourable Artillery Company (Infantry) 7th Regular Division. Died of wounds 11th October 1917. Aged 32. Son of Mr & Mrs Peterís of 11, Buckingham Road, Brighton. Husband of Nina Peterís who later moved to 116, Mortlake Road, Ilford, Essex. Brother of William John Peters. Left two sons. Born in Newhaven and enlisted in Armoury House, Tower of London. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book and in St. Albans Parish Church. Buried in Godewaersvelde British Cemetery F. 139

PETERS

William John

Sergeant L/8141, 2nd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 1st Regular Division. Killed in action at Priez on the Marne 14th September 1914. Son of Mr & Mrs Peterís of 11, Buckingham Road, Brighton. Born in Newhaven and enlisted in Chichester. Regular Soldier. Brother of Louis Alexander Peters. Listed on St. Albans Parish Church Memorial and in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Sergeants. Commemorated on The Ferte Sous Jouarre Memorial MR. 15.

PETTITT

Frederick John

Private G/3016, 9th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 24th New Army Division. Killed in action during the Battle of Loos 25th September 1915. Aged 27. Son of Frederick John & Mary Anne Pettitt of 20, Rifle Butt Road, Black Rock, Brighton. Born Rottingdean and enlisted in Brighton. Name recorded on the Rottingdean Parish Memorial. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book and on St. Marks Redundant Parish Church Memorial. Commemorated on The Loos Memorial MR. 19.

PETTITT

Henry

Lance Corporal SD/2998, 13th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment (3rd South Downs) 39th New Army Division. Wounded on the Rue de Bois on the 30th June and died in military hospital at Merville 7th July 1916. Born in Millwall and enlisted in Hove. Next of kin, Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Lance Corporals. Buried in Merville Communal Cemetery F. 345

PEYTON

George Edward

Private 9297, 2nd Battalion, Royal Munster Fusiliers. 1st Regular Division. Killed in action on the Marne 27th August 1914. Aged 19. Son of Mrs Emily Satcher of 13 Richmond Road, Brighton. Born in Kemp Town and enlisted in Brighton. Regular Soldier. Not included in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Etreux British Cemetery F. 1751

PHILLIPS

Charles Samuel

This is the only C. S. Phillips in CWGC records and seems most unlikely. No apparent Brighton connection. Private TF/202342, 7th Battalion, Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry. 20th Light Division. Killed in action at Cambrai 30th November 1917. Born in Torquay and enlisted in Plymouth St. Peterís Memorial Book under Ptes (C. S. Phillips) Commemorated on The Cambrai Memorial MR. 17.

PHILLIPS

Charles William

Private S/85, 2nd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 1st Regular Division. Killed in action at Richebourg LíAvoue 9th May 1915. Special Reservist. Born St. Maryís Eastbourne and enlisted in Eastbourne. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book Commemorated on The Le Touret Memorial MR. 22.

PHILPOTT

Bertie

Corporal 38794, 207th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. Died on the 2nd June 1918. Aged 24. Son of Alice Philpott of 13, Castle Street, Brighton. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Cpls. Buried in Bagneaux British Cemetery, Gezaincourt F. 84.

PHILLP

Harold Walter

Private M2/048500, Army Service Corps attached to 1/2nd Hampshire Army Troops Company. Killed in action near Mazingarbe 7th July 1916. Aged 25. Son of Mrs Anne Groves of 14, Newhaven Street, Brighton. Later of 13, Albion Cottages, Albion Hill. Brighton. Born in Battersea and enlisted in London. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Mazingarbe. Communal Cemetery Extension. F. 223.

PICKETT

Eustace Henry

Lance Corporal 9820, 2nd Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders. 4th Regular Division. Killed in action near Meteren 13th October 1914. Born in Brighton. Next of kin, Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under unknown ranks. Buried in Meteren Military Cemetery F. 324

PICKETT

Harry

No further information currently available. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under unknown ranks (Harry Pickett) No local Information. CWGC & SDGW inquiries inconclusive Pte. H. Machine Gun Corps, Pte. Henry Alex. 5th Berks and Pte Henry James, 4th Royal Fusiliers. ??

PICKETT

Harold William

Lance Sergeant 78980, 1/4th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers. 50th Northumbrian Division. Wounded in an enemy air raid on Etaples and died on the 29th May 1918. Aged 28. Only son of William George & Evalina Pickett. Husband of Mrs Ada Pickett of 32, Hampstead Road, Preston Park, Brighton. Formerly with The Sussex Yeomanry. Born in Burgess Hill and enlisted in Brighton. Educated The Brighton School of Music and The Royal College of Music. Cellist with the Brighton Municipal Orchestra. Left a daughter. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Lance Sergeants. Buried in Etaples Military Cemetery. F. 40.

PIERCE

Henry

Private 3038, 9th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 24th New Army Division. Killed in action during a German counter attack on 73rd, Brigade positions near Delville Wood, 31st August 1916. Aged 29. Son of Mr & Mrs A. J. Pierce of 10, Hartington Road, Elm Grove. Brighton. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Formerly with the Sussex Yeomanry. (SDGW Sussex Yeomanry) Commemorated on The Thiepval Memorial MR. 21

PIERCE

John

Private 41174, 8th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment. 18th Eastern Division. Reported missing during the German Spring offensive 26th March 1918. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Next of kin Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Commemorated on The Pozieres Memorial MR. 27.

PIERCE

Robert Hugh McGregor

Second Lieutenant, 9th Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment. Killed in action at Flers/Courcelette 14th September 1916. Aged 20. Son of Canon & Mrs F. D. Pierce of Brighton. Educated at Haileybury College. Served in Gallipoli and Egypt. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under 2/Ltsís (Ronald H.) Commemorated on The Thiepval Memorial MR. 21

PIERCY

William

Private G/16306, 13th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment (3rd South Downs) 39th New Army Division. Reported missing during the German Flanders offensive 26th April 1918. Born in Brighton and enlisted in Portsmouth. Next of kin Queens Park, Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book and on St. Lukeís Parish Church. Commemorated on The Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium. MR. 30

PIGOTT

Henry Frederick Gard

Lance Corporal G/16369, 11th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment (1st South Downs) 39th New Army Division. Killed in action at St. Julian 1st August 1917. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Next of kin, Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Lance Corporals. Commemorated on The Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium MR. 30

PILBEAM

Alfred Edmund

Private L/7627, 2nd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 1st Regular Division. Killed in action in the Ypres Salient 14th November 1914. Aged 29. Son of Alfred Edmund & Lydia Pilbeam of 32, Newhaven Street, Brighton. Husband of Mrs Christina Pilbeam of 8, Eastport Lane, Southover, Lewes. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Not included in St. Peterís Memorial Book but listed on St. Martinís Parish Church Memorial. Commemorated on The Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres, Belgium MR. 29.

PILBEAM

Frank

Private G/15858, 11th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment (1st South Downs) 39th New Army Division. Killed in action near Thiepval 21st October 1916. Husband of Mrs R. Pilbeam of 16, Buckingham Place, Brighton. Son of Mr & Mrs E. Pilbeam of ĎWhitelandsí Keymer. Keymer Parish War Memorial. Born in Ditchling and enlisted in Haywards Heath. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Grandcourt Road Cemetery F. 384.

PILBEAM

William

Private G/24390, 1st Battalion, Royal West Surrey Regiment. 33rd Division. Killed in action on the Ancre 2nd November 1916. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Next of kin Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Commemorated on The Thiepval Memorial MR. 21

PILE

Edwin Henry

Private F/3161, 23rd Battalion, Middlesex Regiment. 41st New Army Division. Killed in action at Flers 15th September 1916. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Born, Purley, Surrey. Enlisted Brighton. Next of kin, Brighton Commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial. MR. 21.

PILLIN

Reginald Lyddon

Private M2/156105, Mechanical Transport, Royal Army Service Corps attached to the Anti Aircraft Workshops Dueville, Italian Front. Died of disease in Italy 20th October 1918. Aged 22. Son of George & Edith Pillin. Born in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Dueville Communal Cemetery Extension, Italy 10.

PIPER

Harry George

Private M2/268819, Base Mechanical Transport Depot, Royal Army Service Corps. Salonikan Front. Died in Salonika, Greece, 31st May 1917. Aged 30. Husband of Blanche Piper of 3, Hampstead Road, Preston Park, Brighton. Son of James & Jane Piper of Hove. Listed on Hove Library War Memorial. Born in Hove and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Mikra British Cemetery, Salonika. G. 9.

PIPER

Roger Alan

Able Seaman, H.M. Yacht ĎMekongí, Mercantile Marine Reserve. Drowned when the vessel struck a rock off Flamborough Head on the 12th March 1916. Able Seaman Piper died attempting to get a line ashore. Son of Mr & Mrs Frederick Piper of Hurspierpoint, formerly of Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Seamen Royal Navy. Buried in Hurspierpoint (Holy Trinity) Churchyard

PIRIE

Ernest

Private G/4931, 7th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 12th Eastern Division. Killed in action during the attack on Ovillers 7th July 1916. Husband of Florence Pirie of 49, Exeter Street, Brighton. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Ovillers Military Cemetery F. 393

PITMAN

Arthur Ernest

Private G/6192, 9th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 24th New Army Division. Killed in action at The Battle of Loos 25th September 1915. Aged 15. Third son of QMS Robert C.C. Pitman Royal Field Artillery, & Mrs Ruth Kate Pitman of 8, Blackman Street, Brighton. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Commemorated on The Loos Memorial MR. 19.

PITMAN

Charles George

Private G/9004, 9th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 24th New Army Division. Killed in action near San Quentin, Belgium 19th July 1916. Aged 27. Son of Mr & Mrs Robert Henry Pitman of 16, Shanklin Road, Brighton. Born and enlisted in Brighton St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in San Quentin Cabaret Military Cemetery. Ploegsteert. B. 43

PITT

Charles

Corporal 11836, Royal Army Medical Corps. 11th Casualty Clearing Station. Wounded on the Somme and died in military hospital at Etaples on the 19th November 1916. Aged 41. Son of Henry & Fanny Pitt. Born in Leeds, Yorkshire and enlisted in Chichester. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Corporals. Buried in Etaples Military Cemetery F. 40.

PITT

Frederick Blanchard

Sergeant 26539, 216th Company The Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) wounded in action at Messines. Died 12th July 1917. Aged 27. Son of Mr & Mrs F. J. Pitt, Spring Croft, Hassocks, formerly of Brighton. Husband of Lena Violett Pitt of 25, Friars Walk, Lewes. (Listed on Lewes War Memorial) Formerly with the Royal Sussex Regiment. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Sgts. Buried in Coxyde Military Cemetery, Belgium. B. 24.

PITTARD

Herbert Walter

Lance Sergeant R/25164, 17th Battalion, Kings Royal Rifle Corps. 39th New Army Division. Killed in action in the Ypres Salient 20th September 1917. Aged 29. Husband of Emily Maud Pittard of 65, Beaconsfield Villas, Brighton. Born Finsbury Park and enlisted in Leyton, Essex. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Lance Sergeants. Commemorated on The Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium. MR. 30.

PLANTEROSE

Ernest A

Sub-Lieutenant, Royal Naval Air Service. No. 6 Wing British Adriatic Squadron, Italy. Died 17th July 1917, cause unknown. Aged 24. Son of Mr & Mrs Planterose of Kemp Town Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Sub Ltís Royal Navy and on St. Anneís Church Memorial (St. Georges Parish Church Kemp Town). Buried in Otranto Town Cemetery, Italy.

PLATER

Joseph

Private L/5874, 2nd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 1st Regular Division. Killed in action during the First Battle of Ypres 30th October 1914. Aged 30. Husband of Mrs M. M. A. Plater of 7, De Montfort Road, Elm Grove, Brighton. Born in Brighton and enlisted in Chichester. Regular Soldier. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Commemorated on The Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres, Belgium. MR. 29.

PLEDGE

Arthur

Corporal L/8747, 2nd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 1st Regular Division. Killed in action near Cambrin 19th August 1918. Born in Kemp Town Brighton and enlisted in Eastbourne. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Corporals. Regular Soldier. Buried in Cambrin Military Cemetery F. 163

PLUMMER

George

Private L/6277, 7th Battalion, Royal West Surrey Regiment. 18th Division. Killed in action on the Somme 13th July 1916. Born in Lambeth and enlisted in Brighton. Not included in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Regular Soldier. Buried in Serre Road No. 2 Cemetery F. 1890

PLUMMER

Thomas George

Private 3748, 1st Battalion, Welsh Guards. The Guards Division. Killed in action during the Battle of Amiens 24th August 1918. Aged 19. Son of Alec George & Frances Plummer 77, Beaconsfield Road, Brighton. Born in Hove and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Commemorated on The Vis en Artois Memorial MR. 16.

POCOCK

James

2nd Private 134833, Royal Air Force. Western Front Units. Died in military hospital at Abbeville 10th July 1918. Husband of Minnie Peacock of 9, Sloane Street, Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under privates. Buried in Abbeville Communal Cemetery Extension F. 52

POINEY

Herbert [Frederick]

Private SD/2269, 12th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment (2nd South Downs) 39th New Army Division. Killed in action during the Battalionís first spell in the trenches 26th April 1916. Born in Brighton and enlisted in Hove. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Guards Cemetery, Windy Corner F. 279.

POINTING

Albert James

Private M2/105174, Royal Army Service Corps. Died at home of tuberculosis 27th March 1917. Aged 36. Son of James & Emma Pointing. Husband of Mary Pointing Later remarried of 16, Whippingham Street, Brighton. Not listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Brighton and Preston Cemetery.

POLLARD

Henry Leonard

Private GS/17396, Royal West Kent Regiment (Depot). Died in military hospital in Yorkshire 28th June 1917. Son of Mr & Mrs Pollard of Brighton. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Formerly with the Royal Fusiliers. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Brighton and Preston Cemetery.

POLLARD

William Noel

Lance Corporal 5528, 12th Battalion, Rifle Brigade. 20th Light Division. Died of influenza in captivity in Germany 6th July 1918. Aged 23. Son of Mr & Mrs Pollard of 65, Bentham Road, Elm Grove, Brighton. Born in Brighton and enlisted in London. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Lance Corporals and on St. Lukeís Parish Church Memorial. Buried in Berlin South Western Cemetery, Stahnsdorf Germany. Ger. 4.

PONT

James Robert

Private G/4982, 9th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 24th New Army Division. Taken prisoner and died in captivity 31st August 1918. Aged 23. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Son of Mr & Mrs John Pont (fruitsellers) of Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery, Germany Ger. 1.

POOLE

George Sacre

Petty Officer 2/223 (Sussex), ĎAnsoní Battalion, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 63rd Royal Naval Division. Killed in action in The Ypres Salient 28th October 1917. Son of Mr & Mrs Poole of 21, Stanley Road, Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Royal Navy Petty Officers. Buried in Nine Elms British Cemetery, Poperinghe, Belgium B. 3.

POPE

Arthur [Ernest]

Private 61530, 91st Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps. 32nd New Army Division. Died of wounds 7th October 1918. Aged 21 Son of James William & Sarah Pope of 65 Rosehill Terrace, Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Buried in St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen F. 146

POPE

Cyril Montague

Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. 2nd Regular Division. Wounded in the Ypres Salient and died 24th October 1914. Aged 26. Son of Mr & Mrs Reginald Barrett Pope, 4, The Cliff, Black Rock, Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Lieutenants. Brother of R. T. B. Pope. Buried in Ypres Town Cemetery. B. 57.

POPE

Frederick Owen

Private 27657, 9th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers. 12th Eastern Division. Killed in action on the Somme 5th August 1916. Aged 26. Only son of Mr & Mrs Frederick Pope of 52, Hollingbury Park Avenue, Brighton. Born in Brighton and enlisted in Hove. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Commemorated on The Thiepval Memorial MR. 21.

POPE

Herbert Edward

Lance Corporal TF/350475, 2/1st East Lancs. Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps. Wounded in the Ypres Salient and died on the 14th November 1917. Aged 21. Son of William Charles & Emily Eva Pope of 42, Dover Road, Brighton. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under L/Cpls. Buried in Ypres Reservoir Cemetery, Belgium B. 84.

POPE

Helen Mary (Miss)

One of three women in St. Peterís Memorial Book. No record with CWGC. Information urgently required.

POPE

Reginald Thomas Buckingham

Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, Welch Regiment. 28th Regular Division. Killed in action 16th February 1915. Aged 23. Son of Mrs & Mrs Reginald Barrett Pope of 4, The Cliff, Black Rock Brighton. Brother of Cyril Montague Pope. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Lieutenants. Buried in Bedford House Cemetery, Belgium. B. 166.

POPE

Thomas Charles

Sergeant 3365, 1/4th Battalion, London Regiment. (The Royal Fusiliers) 56th London Division. Killed in action on the Somme 7th October 1916. Son of Mr & Mrs T. S. Pope of 20, Buckingham Road, Brighton. Enlisted in Shaftesbury Street, London. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Sergeants and on St. Lukeís Parish Church. Commemorated on The Thiepval Memorial MR. 21.

POPE

William Henry

Private G/18253, 1/4th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 53rd Welsh Division. Killed in action in Palestine 22nd March 1918. Enlisted in Hastings. Next of kin Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Jerusalem War Cemetery, Palestine Pal. 3.

POPPELWELL

Henry Frank Webb

Major, Regiment or unit unknown. Died at home 9th April 1917. Aged 53. Resident of 324, Ditchling Road, Brighton. Listed on St. Bartholomewís Parish Church Memorial and in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Majors. Buried in Brighton Extramural Cemetery.

PORT

Frank Douglas

Private 50655, 7th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. 12th Eastern Division. Died of wounds 10th August 1917. Son of Councillor J. S. & Mrs Port of 49, Beaconsfield Road, Brighton. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun. F. 113.

PORTER

George William

Corporal SD/718, 11th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment (1st South Downs) 39th New Army Division. Wounded at Railway Wood in the Ypres Salient and died on the 29th July 1917. Aged 25. Son of Richard & Alice Mary Porter of 24, Canning Street, Kemp Town. Husband of Daisy Harriett Porter of 20, Sutherland Road, Brighton. Born Brighton and enlisted in Horsham. Member of the West Sussex Constabulary. (Horsham Police Station Memorial) Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Sergeants. Brother of S. C. Porter. Buried in Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery Belgium B. 11.

PORTER

Sydney Clarence

Corporal 46637, 98th Field Company, Royal Engineers. 21st New Army Division. Missing in action during the German Spring offensive 22nd March 1918. Aged 22. Son of Richard & Alice Mary Porter of 24, Canning Street, Kemp Town Brother of G. W. Porter. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Corporals. Commemorated on The Pozieres Memorial MR. 27.

POTTER

Charles Percival

Private 65175, Labour Corps. Western Front Units. Died of wounds 2nd January 1918. Aged 29. Son of Percy & Mary Charlotte Potter of 50, Beaconsfield Villas, Brighton. Born in Great Baddow, Essex and enlisted in Brighton. Formerly with the 1/5th Royal Sussex Pioneers. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Dozinghem Military Cemetery, Belgium B. 16.

POTTER

James Henry

Private 35931, 96th Company, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry). Killed in action in the Ypres Salient 3rd December 1917. Born West Grinstead and enlisted in Eastbourne. Next of kin unknown. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Commemorated on The Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium. MR. 30.

POTTER

Richard John

Rifleman 3942, 1/18th Battalion, London Regiment. (The London Irish Rifles) 47th (2nd London) Division. Killed in action at Souchez 9th July 1916. Aged 28. Son of Mr & Mrs H. C. Potter of 63, Springfield Road, Brighton. Born in Brighton and enlisted in Chelsea. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Riflemen. Educated at Northampton. Commemorated on The Arras Memorial MR. 20.

POUGET

Louis Leonard

Private SD/3186, 13th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment (3rd South Downs) 39th New Army Division. Wounded during the German Spring offensive and died in military hospital at Rouen 2nd April 1918. Son of Mr & Mrs Pouget of 32, White Cross Street, Brighton. Grocers Assistant. Born in Brighton and enlisted in Hove. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in St. Sever Cemetery Extension. F. 146.

POWNALL

Alexander Daniel Frost

Private (Trumpeter) 7711, 6th Inniskilling Dragoons. Cavalry Division. Killed in action at the Battle of Cambrai 1st December 1917. Resident of ĎThe Eight Bellsí, West Street, Brighton. Born in Liverpool and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Troopers. Commemorated on The Cambrai Memorial MR. 17.

PRATT

George Arthur

Corporal 11174, 4th Battalion, Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario) 1st Brigade. 1st Canadian Division. Killed in action in the Ypres Salient 9th July 1916. Aged 20. Son of George & Elizabeth Pratt of 44, Lewes Street, Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Corporals. Commemorated on The Menin Gate (Canada) Memorial, Ypres MR. 29.

PREDDY

Basil H

Able Seaman Sussex Z/508, ĎHoodí Battalion, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. The 63rd Royal Naval Division. Killed in action 4th February 1917. Aged 19. Son of William & Harriett Preddy of Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Seamen Royal Navy and on St. Martinís Parish Church Memorial. Buried in Queens Road Cemetery, Bucquoy F. 514

PRICE

Frederick William

Able Seaman Sussex S1/308, ĎHoweí Battalion, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. The Royal Naval Division. Gallipoli. Killed in action at Krithia 4th June 1915. Next of kin, unknown. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Seamen Royal Navy. Commemorated on The Helles Memorial, Gallipoli. MR. 4.

PRICE

Thomas Valentine

Connection with Brighton unknown. This is the only T. V. Price in CWGC Records. Sergeant TF/230085, 10th Battalion, Kings Shropshire Light Infantry. (CWGC) Attached ?? (This Battalion was serving in Egypt in 1916). Died of wounds in France 29th July 1916. Aged 30. Husband of Sylvia Emillie Price of Orling Plock, Smallbrook Clehonger, Herefordshire. Born in Kentchurch, Hereford and enlisted in Hereford St. Peterís Memorial Book under Sergeants (Thomas Valentine Price) Buried in St. Venant Robeecq Road, British Cemetery. F. 248

PRICE

William Henry

Able Seaman 122352, H.M.S. ĎBayanoí, Royal Navy. Lost when the Armed Merchant Cruiser was Torpedoed in the Clyde Estuary 11th March 1915. Listed on St. Martinís Parish Church Memorial. Next of kin Brighton. Not included in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Commemorated on The Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Southsea. MR. 3.

PRIDDEY

Percy Thomas

Private 3616, 51st Battalion, Australian Infantry 13th Brigade. 4th Australian Division. Killed in action 5th July 1916. Aged 24. Son of Thomas & Alice Priddy of 45, Egremont Place, Brighton. Born in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Rue De Bois Military Cemetery, Fleurbaix F. 348

PRINCE

William Everard

Able Seaman PO/196621, H.M.S. ĎAlcantaraí, Royal Navy Armed Merchant Cruiser. Killed in action during an engagement with the German raider ĎGreifí in the North Sea 29th February 1916. Both ships sank. Aged 27. Only son of William & Alice Constance Prince of 2, Upper Rock Gardens, Brighton. Born in Croydon. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Seaman Royal Navy. Commemorated on The Portsmouth Naval Memorial MR. 3

PRIOR

Francis Nathaniel

Corporal T4/038668, Royal Army Service Corps. Heavy Transport. Died at home after the war 20th December 1920. Aged 29. Son of Mr & Mrs M. Prior. Husband of Mrs W. Prior who later re married and lived at 24, Cheltenham Place, Brighton. Buried in Brighton and Preston Cemetery.

PRIOR

William James

Private L/10447, 7th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 12th Eastern Division. Killed in action during the attack on Ovillers 7th July 1917. Born in St. Pancras, London and enlisted in Brighton. Next of kin Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Ovillers Military Cemetery F. 393

PROCTOR

Cecil Herbert

Private 58657, 2nd Battalion, Cheshire Regiment. 28th Regular Division. Killed in action on the Doiran Front, Salonika, Greece, 15th April 1918. Aged 38. Husband of Amy Beatrice Proctor. Listed on St. Marks redundant Church Memorial. Kemp Town. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Commemorated on The Doiran Memorial, Greece. MR. 37. Proctor. G. W. Sergeant. 5897 Proctor.

PROCTOR

Stanley Ernest

Private G/3800, 11th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment (1st South Downs) 39th New Army Division. Killed in action at St. Julian, Ypres on the first day of the Ypres Offensive 31st July 1917. Aged 21. Son of George & Emily Sarah Proctor of 91, Compton Road, Brighton St. Johns Church, Preston Park, and St. Peterís Memorial Book under ranks unknown. Enlisted in Brighton. Commemorated on The Menin Gate Memorial Ypres, Belgium MR. 29.

PRODGER

Charles Stephen

Private 51401 3rd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Died of wounds 18th October 1918. Born and enlisted Brighton. Buried in Delsaux Far Cemetery, Beugny, France.

PROSSER

Phillip

Private SE/7514, 34th Mobile Section, Royal Army Veterinary Corps. Egypt. Died on board a hospital ship and buried at sea 1st September 1916. Aged 48. Husband of Mrs Ellen Prosser of 48, Ivory Place, Brighton. Born in Llanledr? Wales. Enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under privates. Commemorated on The Chatby Memorial Alexandria, Egypt MR. 41.

PRYER, MM

Henry George

Private 11330, Royal Horse Artillery. Cavalry Division. Died as the result of an accident 17th September 1917. Aged 36. Eldest son of Charles & Louisa Pryer of 181, Elm Grove, Brighton. Husband of Mrs J. M. Pryer of 25, Avondale Road, Eastbourne. Left three children. Listed on Eastbourne Memorial. Regular artilleryman with 17 years service. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Drivers (George Pryer). Buried in St. Marie Cemetery, Le Havre F. 85. (not recorded in SDGW)

PRYER

Robert

Private 10537, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment. 28th Regular Division. Killed in action in the Ypres Salient 25th May 1915. Born in Dublin and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book Commemorated on The Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres. Belgium. MR. 29.

PULLEN

Frank

Private SD/3190, 13th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment (3rd South Downs) 39th New Army Division. Killed in action in the attack on the Rue de Bois, 30th June 1916. Born in Brighton and enlisted in Hove. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Commemorated on The Loos Memorial MR. 19.

PULLINGER

Harry Alfred

Private 629109, 16th Battalion Canadian Infantry (Canadian Scottish) 3rd Brigade. 1st Canadian Division. Killed in action at Mount Sorrel, Ypres, 14th June 1916. Aged 31. Son of James Arthur & Jane Pullinger of Brighton. Not included in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Bedford House Cemetery Enclosure No. 4 Belgium B. 167

PULLINGER

Harold Bessant

Second Lieutenant, 8th Battalion, East Surrey Regiment. 18th Division. Killed in action at Bernafay Wood 1st September 1918. Aged 37. Son of William Wallace & Sarah Elizabeth Pullinger of 35, Duke Street, Brighton. Husband of Marion Pullinger of Hamilton Lodge, Walpole Road, Brighton. Born in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Lieutenants. Buried in Bernafay Wood Cemetery. F. 400

PUMPHREY

George

Private G/17622, 7th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 12th Eastern Division. Killed in action at Arras 3rd May 1917. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Next of kin, Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Commemorated on The Arras Memorial MR. 20

PUMPHREY

Walter Nathaniel

Private SD/2212, 12th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment (2nd South Downs) 39th New Army Division. Killed in action during the attack on the Rue de Bois 30th June 1916. Aged 19. Son of William & Ellen Pumphrey of 3, Wakefield Road, Brighton. Born, Brighton. Enlisted Hove. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in St. Vaast Post Military Cemetery F. 631

PUMPHREY

William Alexander

Gunner 9760, ĎDí Battery. 70th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. 15th Scottish Division. Wounded at Messines. Died on the 27th June 1917. Aged 23. Son of Mr & Mrs H. Pumphrey of 17, Laurel Row, Kemp Town. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Gunners. Buried in Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Belgium. B. 11.

PURBROOK

Frederick Henry

Bombardier 10627, ĎDí Battery, 118th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Killed in action during the Battle of Loos 28th September 1915. Aged 20. Son of Frederick Charles & Rose Purbrook of 98, Upper North Street, Brighton. Born in Brighton and enlisted in Southampton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Bombardiers. Buried in Dud Corner Cemetery, Loos. F. 219

PURDY

Frederick Charles

Private G/3534, 9th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. 24th New Army Division. Killed in action in The Ypres Salient 13th April 1917. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Next of kin, Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Commemorated on The Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres, Belgium. MR. 29.

PURSGLOVE

Percy

Bombardier 275011, 58th Siege Battery The Royal Garrison Artillery. Died at home after the war 28th February 1919. Aged 39. Husband of Mrs Anne Hettie Pursglove of 72, Upper Lewes Road, Brighton. Son of William & Emma Pursglove. Born in Buxted. Not listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Brighton Bear Road Cemetery

PUTTICK

Alfred Ernest

Corporal 6288, 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards. Cavalry Division. Killed in action near Vermelles 28th October 1914. Aged 28. Son of Alfred & Mary Anne Puttick of 33, Jersey Street, Brighton. Born and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Cpls. Brother of Henry Ernest Puttick Commemorated on The Le Touret Memorial. MR. 22.

PUTTICK

Henry Ernest

Private 23747, 7th Battalion, Wiltshire Regiment. 26th New Army Division. Killed in action on the Doiran Front, Greece, 24th April 1917. Aged 30. Son of Alfred & Mary Anne Puttick of 33, Jersey Street, Brighton. Born in Brighton and enlisted in Salisbury. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Brother of Alfred. Ernest Puttick. Commemorated on The Doiran Memorial. Greece MR. 37.

PUTTICK

Hubert Cecil

Private G/12501, 6th Battalion, Royal West Surrey Regiment. 12th Eastern Division. Killed in action near Ovillers 4th August 1916. Son of Mr & Mrs Edward Puttick of Brighton. Resident of Wimbledon. Born in Brighton and enlisted in Wandsworth, South London. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Buried in Ovillers Military Cemetery F. 393

PUTTOCK

Frank

Private M2/134217, 3rd Corps Siege Park, Army Service Corps. Western Front. Killed in action near Albert 4th August 1916. Aged 24. Son of Frank William & Lucy Puttick of 141, Loder Road, Brighton. Born in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, and enlisted in Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book. Brother of George Puttock. Buried in Albert Communal Cemetery Extension. F. 430

PUTTOCK

George

Private 79003, 7th Battalion, Durham Light Infantry Pioneer Battalion of the 50th Northumbrian Division. Killed in action 13th April 1918. Aged 24. Son of Frank William & Lucy Puttock of 141, Loder Road, Brighton. Born in Southborough, Kent and enlisted in Hove. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Pioneers. Brother of Frank Puttock. Formerly with The Yorkshire Regiment. Commemorated on The Ploegsteert Memorial MR. 32.

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Henry George

Able Seaman 237933, H.M. Torpedo Boat No. 96, Royal Navy. Gibraltar escort force. Drowned when the ship was involved in a collision off Gibraltar 1st November 1915. Aged 28. Son of George & Emily Pynn of 9, Carlton Row, Brighton. Listed in St. Peterís Memorial Book under Royal Navy ranks unknown. Commemorated on The Portsmouth Naval Memorial Southsea. MR. 3.

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