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Compiled and copyright © Chris Comber 2006

St. Helens Parish Church, Hangleton is an 11th Century downland Church and Manor, (1540), swallowed up by development; now part of Hove. The population in 1914 was only 57. There are three names on a memorial window.

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Driver T4/236490, Royal Army Service Corps. 4th. Provisional Brigade Train. Died at home 1st December 1916. Aged 23. Son of Barnard & Sarah Acres of South Farm, Shingay, Cambridgeshire. Born in Stevenage, Hertfordshire and enlisted in Park Royal. Resident of Laughton. Included on Laughton Parish Church Memorial. Hangleton connection unknown Buried in Cambridge City Cemetery, Cambridge.


John Joseph

Guardsman 14095, 1st Battalion ,The Grenadier Guards. Guards Division. Died of wounds on the Somme13th December 1916. Son of Barnard & Sarah Acres of South Farm, Shingay near Royston, Cambridgeshire. Born Buntingford, Hertfordshire and enlisted in London. Resident of Laughton near Lewes. Inlcuded on Laughton Parish Church Memorial, Hangleton connection unknown. Commemorated on The Thiepval Memorial.



Lieutenant, 169th Brigade, The Royal Field Artillery. Died of wounds 12th April 1918. Aged 27. Son of Professor & Mrs A. M. Stalker of Dundee. Husband of Gladys E Stalker of 2, Hangleton Road, Portslade. Buried in St. Pierre Cemetery, Amiens

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