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Craggs
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« on: March 20, 2017, 09:15:44 AM »

Henry William Fairbrass
Private
Royal Army Service Corp
Service number M/41329

Died on the 24th October 1919.

Buried in Northiam Cemetery, Northiam, East Sussex - grave Reference: 407.
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The CWGC site only shows "Private H.W. Fairbrass" - I obtained his first names from the "Roll of Honour - Sussex - Northiam" website - this site normally gives a few more details for the enlisted men who died, but unfortunately in this case, apart from his Christian name, there isn't anything else.

Henry William Fairbrass is buried in Northiam.  He is also commemorated on the Northiam War Memorial

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« Reply #1 on: March 20, 2017, 10:57:18 AM »

Henry William Fairbrass

Medal Roll Card:- BEF 23.11.1914. Firstly with Royal Sussex Regt No 1356. 15 Star, Victory & British medals

Pension Record:-
Born about 1893, Northiam
At Rye 25.4.1911 attested Army Reserve(Special Reservists). 3rd Batt Royal Sussex Regt.
He had been a farm Labourer
Mobilised 8.4.1914. BEF France 23.11.1914 to 8.11.1915, and again 31.12.1915 to 9.8.1917.
GSW Left Hand 22.6.1916. GSW to Chest 17.8.1916. Gas 3.7.1916.

Parents Henry William & Helen Mary
Married Louisa Agnes xxx 25.10.1917 Shoreham. Of 10 church St Shoreham.
In Blackpool Hospital 13.5.1918 to 8.10.1918 with gas poisoning. Some improvement and fit for light duties.

Don’t know why gassed 3.7.1916 but only in hospital 13.5.1918, but like all military records often do not make sense

In 1911 with parents & 5 younger siblings. At Main Road Northiam Sussex.
Father was a Grocer Dealer & Army Pensioner. Henry assisting at Home.
Mother shows 7 children, all living.

Brother Edward Victor in Royal Fusiliers No 6410844 in WW11 Survived.
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