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ST MARY
, FRISTON WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 - Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Transcribed Janet Graves 2004

The Roll of Honour hangs in St Mary's Church, Friston.

Photographs Copyright © Janet Graves 2004

Roll of Honour
GREAT WAR 1914 - 1919
FRISTON PARISH

CAIRNS

James

 

Trooper, 2nd Battalion, Life Guards

CAIRNS

Charles

*

Trooper, 2nd Battalion, Life Guards

CURWOOD

Henry

 

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery

CRUNDEN

Bertram

 

Private, Royal Sussex

FREEMAN

Edward

 

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery

FOWLER

Richard

*

Private, 8th Battalion, East Surrey

FUNNELL

Frederick

 

Private, Labour Battalion

FULLER

Sydney

 

Stoker, Royal Navy

GAY

Jesse Frederick

 

Private, 3rd Battalion, Royal Sussex

GAY

Charles

+

Private 36645, 9th Labour Company, 4th Battalion, Northamptonshire Regiment transferred to 87783, 147th Company, Labour Corps. Killed in action 21st April 1918 in France & Flanders. Born Friston, enlisted Camberwell, Surrey, resident Bermondsey, Surrey. Buried in WARLINCOURT HALTE BRITISH CEMETERY, SAULTY, Pas de Calais, France. Grave II. F. 15.

GUTSELL

George

 

Private, 2nd Battalion, Norfolks

HALL

Robert

+

Lance Corporal L/10130, "D" Company, 7th [memorials states 2nd] Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. Killed in action 25th November 1917 with the B.E.F. Age 22. Born All Souls, Sussex, enlisted Eastbourne. Son of John and Annie Hall, of 5, Waterworks Cottages, Friston. Commemorated on CAMBRAI MEMORIAL, LOUVERVAL, Nord, France. Panel 7.

HALL

Charles

 

Shoesmith, Royal Field Artillery. 221 Brigade

JANUARY

Thomas

 

Seaman, H.M.S. Victorious

MAITLAND

F. K.

 

Major, Royal Garrison Artillery

MARTIN

Albert

*

Private, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey

MARTIN

Frank

 

Private, 3rd Battalion, Royal Sussex

MARTIN

Thomas

*

Rifleman, 4th Battalion, Kings Royal Rifles

MAYNARD

Alexander

+

Rifleman, 3rd Battalion, Rifle Brigade - No further information currently

MORRIS

Victor Brian

*

Private, 2nd Battalion, City Of London Fusiliers

SEAKEL

Robert

 

Seaman, H.M.S. Victorious

TIGHTHURST

Frank

 

Seaman, H.M.S. Europa

THORPE

Charles Frederick

 

Private, Duke Of Connaught Light Infantry

TRENTLETT

William

 

Seaman, H.M.S. Victorious

WYCLIFFE-TAYLOR

Thomas

*

Lieutenant, Royal Horse Artillery. Died 3rd March 1926. Age 27.


IN
LOVING MEMORY
JOHN WYCLIFFE WYCLIFFE-TAYLOR
OF GAYLES
BORN EASTER DAY 1859
DIED OCTOBER 9TH 1925
AND
FRIDA HIS WIFE
DIED MAY 13TH 1968, AGED 98

ALSO THEIR SON
TOM WYCLIFFE WYCLIFFE-TAYLOR
LIEUTENANT R.H.A.
DIED MARCH 3RD 1926, AGED 27

AND THEIR DAUGHTER
ROSAMOND STUTCHBURY
OF GAYLES
DIED OCTOBER 25TH 1980, AGED 84

* WOUNDED

 

+ KILLED IN ACTION

Buried in the cemetery but not on memorial
UNKNOWN    
A SAILOR
OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR
MERCHANT NAVY
4TH SEPTEMBER 1944

KNOWN UNTO GOD

UNKNOWN    
A SAILOR
OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR
MERCHANT NAVY
8TH JULY 1942

KNOWN UNTO GOD

UNKNOWN    
A SAILOR
OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR
MERCHANT NAVY
19TH OCTOBER 1941

KNOWN UNTO GOD

UNKNOWN    
A SAILOR
OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR
MERCHANT NAVY
BURIED 18TH APRIL 1941

KNOWN UNTO GOD

16 May 2004

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