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BROADBRIDGE, ALLAN. Rank: Gunner. Service No: RMA/10435. Date of Death: 31/05/1916.
Regiment/Service: Royal Marine Artillery. H.M.S. "Indefatigable."
Panel Reference: 21. Memorial: PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL
Allan Broadbridge. Rank: Gunner. Birth Date: 4 Mar 1885. Birth Place: Slindon, Arundel, Sussex.
Service: Royal Marine Artillery. Cause of Death: Killed or died as a direct result of enemy action.
Official Number Port Division: R.M.A./10435 (Po). Death Date: 31 May 1916
Relatives Notified and Address: Mother: Mary, Stump Cottage, Bosham, Nr Chichester, Sussex
Name: Allan Joseph Broadbridge. Date of Registration: Apr-May-Jun 1886. Registration district: Westhampnett, Sussex. Volume: 2b. Page: 393
Name: Alan Broadbridge. Age: 5. Birth year: abt 1886. Father: William Broadbridge. Mother: Annie Broadbridge.Where born: Slindon, Sussex. William Broadbridge, 35; Annie Broadbridge, 37; Annie Broadbridge, 11; Gertrude Broadbridge, 9; William Broadbridge, 7; Alan Broadbridge, 5; Barnabas Broadbridge, 1.

BROWN, HAROLD MASTERS. Rank: Second Lieutenant. Date of Death: 09/07/1916. Age: 27.
Regiment/Service: Royal Berkshire Regiment. 5th Bn. Awards: M C.
Grave Reference: I. A. 35. Cemetery: ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY
Additional Information: Son of William and Keziah Harriett Brown, of Slinfold, Sussex. B.Sc. (Honours).
2nd Lieutenant Harold Masters BROWN MC. C Company, 5th Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment
Date of birth: 31st July 1888. Date of death: 9th July 1916. Died of wounds aged 27. Buried at Etaples Hospital Plot I Row A Grave 35. He was born on the 31st of July 1888 the third son of William Brown, Head Master of Slinfold Church School, and Keziah Harriett (nee Evans) of Park Street Cottage, Slinfold in Sussex.
He was educated at Horsham Grammar School and at King’s College London where he obtained a B.Sc (Honours) in chemistry. On leaving he took up a teaching post at a school in Somerset before becoming a science master at the King’s School Canterbury from September 1913 to the summer of 1914. On the 11th of September 1914 he enlisted in the Coldstream Guards as Guardsman 12191, rising to the rank of Lance Corporal, before being commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Royal Berkshire Regiment on the 10th of March 1915. He trained at Sevenoaks, Portsmouth and at Wool and went to France on the 20th of October 1915. Owing to his devotion to the welfare of his men he became known by all in the battalion as “Father Brown”.
At 3am on the 2nd of July 1916 the 5th Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment took over the trenches from Rycroft Avenue to Argyll Street in front of the village of Ovillers. The trenches were in a very poor state and were choked with the dead and wounded from the previous day's unsuccessful attack in the village. In the evening orders were received to renew the attack on Ovillers the next day. In preparation B and C Companies were placed in the front trench with A and D in the support trenches. The attack was set for 3.15am and was preceded by an artillery bombardment for one hour. The assaulting troops of the first wave, of which C Company under the command of Brown, was one, began to crawl into No-man’s Land at 3.03am, partly to escape the overcrowding in the British first line but mainly to reduce the distance to the German first line which had resisted capture two days before on the opening day of the Battle of the Somme.
Brown and his company crossed the first and second German lines but he was wounded soon after by a bomb (hand grenade) during the fight for the third line which was notable for the number of deep dugouts which contained large numbers of German troops, many of them bombers. By 4pm on the afternoon of the 3rd of July, the battalion consisted of the Colonel and 70 men who were ordered back to Albert where they were later joined by Lieutenants Breach and May and around 60 men who had been sheltering in No Man's Land.
Harold Brown was awarded a posthumous Military Cross which appeared in the London Gazette in August 1916 the citation of which reads: - “For conspicuous gallantry in action on several occasions, notably when he carried out a dangerous reconnaissance of the enemy trenches and afterwards led his company to the attack with great dash. He was wounded in five places.”
An eyewitness account of the attack, given by Sergeant William Rixon, was published in the Reading Mercury on the 29th of July: “When we got between the second and third German lines, the Germans opened a rapid fire, using in addition plenty of bombs. Lieutenant Brown was killed early on, receiving wounds in each leg, both arms and stomach whilst Captain Stewart was killed by a shell in the first line.”
Two other accounts also reported him as being killed.
Interview of 8750 Private William Hawkins taken at the 1st Southern Hospital, Edgbaston:- "Informant states that on 3rd July 1916 near Albert in the morning during an attack I was wounded. The officer was wounded and near me. The stretcher bearer bandaged him up and the officer asked for brandy. This was given and he died. I saw him dead."
Interview of 16536 Private N Heath taken at the King George Hospital:- "Informant states that Lt H. Brown of my company was killed on July 2nd at the right of Albert. We had got over the first German line when he was killed by a shell striking him in both legs and stomach. Surgeon Thomas (surgeon of the platoon) was with him when I left him--I think he was dead at that time. I think the surgeon was wounded afterwards."
In fact he had not been killed but was grievously wounded and was unable to move unaided. He was picked up by Lance Corporal Charles Woodley of Reading who carried him out of the trenches towards the rear but was himself shot and killed in so doing. About an hour later Lieutenant Brown was picked up by stretcher bearers and evacuated. He was taken to the Duchess of Westminster Hospital at Etaples. His elder brother, learning of his wounds immediately set off for France but Harold succumbed to his wounds and died in his brother’s arms on the 9th of July.
His father received the following telegram dated the 10th of July 1916:- "Regret to report death 2 Lieut Brown H.M. 5 R Berks on 9/7 from septicaemia shock following mult wounds thighs legs abd wall and arms frac of legs."
His Colonel wrote:- “He was a most popular and gallant officer and led his company, of which he had just taken command, across to the enemy lines splendidly”
His Captain wrote:- “He was a magnificent officer, and made his platoon the most efficient in out battalion; he was a great favourite with all the officers and men.”
A brother officer wrote:- “He had earned quite a reputation by having trained the platoon that won the competition for general efficiency and smartness, open to the whole Brigade. “
He is commemorated on the memorial at King's College London. He is not currently listed on the King's School War Memorial, as he was a master, and not a pupil.

BURCHETT, CECIL. Rank: Private. Service No: 62137. Date of Death: 14/06/1917. Age: 21.
Regiment/Service: Royal Fusiliers. (City of London Regiment), 12th Bn.
Panel Reference: Panel 6 and 8. Memorial: YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL
Additional Information: Son of Cuthbert and Sarah Burchett, of 8, Holland's Rd., Henfield, Sussex.
He was born in Slinfold, Sussex, and was killed in action. He enlisted in Chelsea.

Is this why he enlisted in a London Regiment, in same Battalion, killed two weeks later?
BURCHETT, CHARLES WILLIAM. Rank: Private. Service No: 52278. Date of Death: 29/06/1917. Age: 27.
Regiment/Service: Royal Fusiliers. (City of London Regiment), 12th Bn.
Grave Reference: XXII. L. 4A. Cemetery: ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY
Additional Information: Son of Mr. and Mrs. Burchett, of 129, Felixstowe Rd., Lower Edmonton; husband of J. Burchett, of 21, Fore St., Edmonton, London.

FARLEY, ALBERT WILLIAM. Rank: Private. Service No: 2491. Date of Death: 04/11/1918.
Age: 25. Regiment/Service: Royal Fusiliers. 3rd Bn.
Grave Reference: B. 27. Cemetery: LANDRECIES BRITISH CEMETERY
Additional Information: Son of Mr. A. Farley, of 15, Hayes Lane, Slinfold, Horsham.

FARLEY, CHARLES EDWARD. Rank: Private. Service No: L/10213. Date of Death: 03/11/1914. Age: 19.
Regiment/Service: Royal Sussex Regiment. 2nd Bn.
Panel Reference: Panel 20. Memorial: YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL
Additional Information: Son of Albert and Alice Farley, of 15, Hayes Lane, Slinfold, Horsham.

FARLEY, FRANK. Rank: Private. Service No: 30610. Date of Death: 04/10/1917.
Regiment/Service: East Surrey Regiment. 1st Bn.
Panel Reference: Panel 79 to 80 and 163A. Memorial: TYNE COT MEMORIAL
Frank Farley. Birth Place: Slinfold, Sussex. Residence: Rusper, Sussex. Death Date: 4 Oct 1917.
Death Location: France & Flanders. Enlistment Location: Chichester, Sussex.
Rank: Private. Regiment: East Surrey Regiment. Battalion: 1st Battalion. Number: 30610.
Type of Casualty: Killed in action. Theatre of War: Western European Theatre.
Name: Frank Farley. Age in 1911: 28. Birth year abt 1883. Birth Place: Slinfold, Sussex.
Street address: 7 Lerthview Cottage, Agates Lane, Rusper Road, Horsham. General Labourer.
Frank Farley, 28; Annie Farley, 24; Gladys Emily Farley, 1; Edward Farley, 8 months.
Name: Frank Farley. Spouse: Annie Brown. Date of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec 1908.
Registration district: Horsham, Sussex. Volume: 2b. Page: 634.
Name: Frank Farley. Age: 6. Birth year: abt 1885. Father: William Farley. Mother: Emily Farley. Where born: Slinfold, Sussex. William Farley, 47; Emily Farley, 44; Emily Farley, 11; George Farley, 10; Frank Farley, 6; Edward Farley, 4; Harry Farley, 2.
[NOTE: Not a brother of the two Farleys above, but no doubt related].

FREEMAN, JAMES. Rank: Private. Service No: 200947. Date of Death: 06/11/1917. Age: 20. Regiment/Service: Royal Sussex Regiment. 1st/4th Bn.
Grave Reference: H. 43. Cemetery: BEERSHEBA WAR CEMETERY
Additional Information: Native of Slinfold, Sussex. Son of James and Jane Freeman, of Weaver's Cottage, Five Oaks, Horsham.

FREEMAN, JOHN. Rank: Private. Service No: 200946. Date of Death: 19/04/1917.
Regiment/Service: Royal Sussex Regiment. 1st/4th Bn.
Grave Reference: XXIV. F. 4. Cemetery: GAZA WAR CEMETERY
Killed in action in Palestine during the 2nd, Battle of Gaza. Born in Billingshurst and enlisted in Horsham.
[NOTE: Strangely, he must be the brother of James, yet the parents only completed the Final Verification Form for James, hence no Additional Information for John. They have sequential Service Numbers.]

FREEMAN, WILLIAM EDWARD. Rank: Private. Service No: L/10405. Date of Death: 08/12/1916. Age: 20.
Regiment/Service: Royal Sussex Regiment. 2nd Bn.
Panel Reference: Pier and Face 7 C. Memorial: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL
Additional Information: Son of Charles and Matilda M. Freeman, of 22, Hayes Lane, Slinfold, Horsham, Sussex. Born in Itchingfield and enlisted in Horsham.

GANDER, REGINALD JOHN. Rank: Able Seaman. Service No: J/1747.
Date of Death: 09/07/1917. Regiment/Service: Royal Navy. H.M.S. "Vanguard."
Panel Reference: 21. Memorial: CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL
Name: Reginald John Gander. Rank: AB. Birth Date: 13 Feb 1891. Birth Place: Slinford, Sussex.
Branch of Service: Royal Navy. Ship or Unit: HMS Vanguard. Death Date: 9 Jul 1917
Cause of Death: Killed or died by means other than disease, accident or enemy action
Official Number Port Division:   J.1747 (Ch).
Relatives Notified and Address: Father: Albert, Morrison Rd, Midland Junction, Western Australia

GARTON, W. Rank: Private. Service No: G/66. Date of Death: 03/07/1916. Age: 32.
Regiment/Service: The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment). "B" Coy. 6th Bn.
Grave Reference: VI. P. 6. Cemetery: OVILLERS MILITARY CEMETERY
Additional Information: Son of Edwin Garton, of Slinfold, Sussex.

GRINSTED, ERNEST FRANK. Rank: Serjeant. Service No: TF/200140. Age: 24.
Date of Death: 06/11/1917. Regiment/Service: Royal Sussex Regiment. "B" Coy. 4th Bn.
Panel Reference: Panels 26 and 27. Memorial: JERUSALEM MEMORIAL
Additional Information: Son of William and Emily Grinsted, of Amber Field, Slinfold, Horsham, Sussex.

HEAD, L D. Rank: Captain. Date of Death: 01/07/1916. Age: 28.
Regiment/Service: King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. 9th Bn.
Additional Information: Son of Percy T. and Louisa A. Head, of "The Gables," Staines, Middx.;
husband of Annette Marris (formerly Head), of "Lucerne," Slinfold. Horsham, Sussex. Native of Eastbourne.

HEASMAN, LEONARD. Rank: Private. Service No: SD/686. Date of Death: 30/06/1916. Age: 25.
Regiment/Service: Royal Sussex Regiment. 13th Bn.
Panel Reference: Panel 69 to 73. Memorial: LOOS MEMORIAL.
Additional Information: Son of John and Alice Olive Heasman, of Park, Slinfold, Horsham, Sussex.

JEAL, ALFRED PRINCE. Rank: Private. Service No: 103322. Date of Death: 13/04/1918.
Regiment/Service: Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment). 15th Bn.
Panel Reference: Panel 52 to 54. Memorial: POZIERES MEMORIAL
Name: Alfred Prince Jeal. Birth Place: Slinfold, Sussex. Residence: Slinfold, Sussex.
Death Date: 13 Apr 1918.Death Location: France & Flanders. Enlisted: Horsham, Sussex.
Rank: Private. Regiment: Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment). Battalion: 15th Battalion. Number: 103322. Type of Casualty: Killed in action.
Comments: Formerly 4670, Royal Sussex Regt.
Name: Alfred Prince Jeal. Date of Registration: Jul-Aug-Sep 1899. Registration district: Horsham, Sussex. Volume: 2b. Page: 325.
Name: Alfred Jeal. Age in 1911: 11. Birth year: abt 1900. Birth Place: Slinfold, Sussex. Street address: 23 Hayes Road, Slinfold, Sussex. Prince Jeal, 35, well sinker; Sophia Jeal, 33, married 13 years, 8 children, 7 still alive in 1911; May Jeal, 12; Alfred Jeal, 11; Charles Jeal, 10; Reginald Jeal, 6; Ivy Jeal, 5; Albert Jeal, 2; Violet Jeal, 10 months.

LEE, ELDRED. Rank: Gunner. Service No: 116219. Date of Death: 15/07/1917.
Regiment/Service: Royal Garrison Artillery. 221st Siege Bty.
Grave Reference: C. 26. Cemetery: BUS HOUSE CEMETERY
Additional Information: Son of Mr & Mrs George Lee, of 5, Hayes Lane, Slinfold, Horsham.
Killed in action. Born in Slinfold and enlisted in Horsham.

LINFIELD, WALTER. Rank: Lance Corporal. Service No: 4007. Date of Death: 15/09/1916.
Age: 24. Regiment/Service: Rifle Brigade. 8th Bn.
Panel Reference: Pier and Face 16 B and 16 C. Memorial: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL
Additional Information: Son of Mr. and Mrs. Linfield, of Oak Cottage, Slinfold, Horsham, Sussex.

MERRITT, FREDERICK WILLIAM. Rank: Private. Service No: 81957. Date of Death: 27/05/1918. Age: 18. Regiment/Service: Durham Light Infantry. 22nd Bn.
Additional Information: Son of Mrs. Lucy Merritt, of Lime Kiln Cottage, Slinfold, Horsham, Sussex.

MORGAN, A. Rank: Private. Service No: 93349. Date of Death: 11/09/1918. Age: 18.
Regiment/Service: Durham Light Infantry. 1st/7th Bn.
Additional Information: Son of Albert and Christina Morgan, of Hill Lodge, Slinfold, Sussex.

NESSLING, J D. Rank: Lieutenant. Date of Death: 30/11/1920. Age: 29.
Regiment/Service: Royal Army Service Corps.
Additional Information: Son of Stephen Alexander and Sarah Nessling; husband of Evelyn C. Nessling, of Hayes Grange, Slinfold. Born in London.

ORME, PETER WILLIAM MERTON. Rank: Second Lieutenant. Date of Death: 07/05/1917.
Age: 26. Regiment/Service: Royal Flying Corps, and Royal Sussex Regiment
Grave Reference: D. E. 144. Cemetery: HOVE OLD CEMETERY
Additional Information: Son of Henry Merton Orme and Elizabeth Henrietta Orme. Born at Slinfold, Sussex.

ROHDE, HAROLD TURNER. Rank: Captain. Date of Death: 12/04/1916. Age: 27.
Regiment/Service: 89th Punjabis.
Panel Reference: Panel 49 and 66. Memorial: BASRA MEMORIAL
Additional Information: Son of Robert Turner Rohde and Frances Olivia Rohde, of Ranfold Grange, Slinfold, Sussex. Birth  20 Nov 1851, Guntur, Madras, India.
Death notice in The Times, 24 April 1916, p. 1, reads: ROHDE.---Killed in action, 12th April, 1916, LIEUT. HAROLD TURNER ROHDE, Punjabis, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner Rohde, Ranfold Grange, Slinfold, Sussex.
1916. ROHDE Harold Turner of Kantara Egypt died 12 April 1916 at Mesopotamia killed in action Administration (with Will) London 23 November to Robert Turner Rohde esquire. Effects £418 19s. 8d.
Census 7 Apr 1861, Thanet, Kent,.Robert Rohde. Boarder. age 9. Scholar .Birthplace India. Living at York Gate House Preparatory School, Thanet, with school staff and other boarding pupils, including brother M Hawkins Rohde.
Census 2 Apr 1871, Westminster, London. Robert Rohde. Son. unmarried. Age 19. Occupation Commercial Clerk. Birthplace Guntares (India). living at 9 New Burlington St, Westminster St James, with parents John and Patience Rohde, half-sister Sophy Rohde, cousin John Haughton, 2 servants. Of 1888-1889 London (Kensington), Middlesex. 24 Argyll Road. From birth notice for son Harold Turner Rohde.
Census: 5 Apr 1891 Slinfold, Sussex. Robert T Rohde / Head. Married / age 39 / occupation Oriental Banker & Farmer / employer / birthplace India (British Subject) / living at Ranfold Grange, Slinfold, with wife Frances O Rohde, daughter Amy F Rohde, sons Harold T and Infant Rohde, 7 servants.
Census 31 Mar 1901 Slinfold, Sussex, Robert Turner Rohde / Head / married / age 49 / occupation Banker Retired & Farmer / employer / birthplace India (British Subject) / living at Ranfold Grange, Slinfold, with wife Frances Olivia Rohde, daughters Amy Frances and Helen Mary Rohde, sons Harold Turner, Arthur Cotton and Robert Hawkins Rohde, mother-in-law Anna Jane Woodhouse, 5 servants.
1891: Slinfold, Sussex Ranfold Grange. Occupation Manager, New Oriental Bank. Died 30 Jun 1931 Slinfold, Sussex.
Death notice in The Times, 1 July 1931, p. 1, reads: ROHDE. On June 30, 1931, very suddenly, after a long illness, ROBERT TURNER ROHDE, at Ranfold Grange, Slinfold, formerly Manager of New Oriental Bank, age 79. Funeral at Slinfold on Friday at 2:30. Will proved 22 Aug 1931 London, Middlesex, England. He was the General Secretary and Inspector at the New Oriental Bank, Straits Settlement, Malaysia, which spectacularly collapsed in 1892 with debts of some £36 million. It’s possible that sales of his two books: "A practicable solution of the currency question" by Rohde, Robert Turner. published 1886 and "A practicable decimal system for Great Britain and her colonies" by Rohde, Robert Turner. published 1888 may have declined at the same time.
England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1861-1941 ( gives: 1931 ROHDE Robert Turner of Ranfold Grange Slinfold near Horsham Sussex died 30 June 1931 Probate London 22 August to Frances Olivia Rohde widow. Effects £4,370 16s. Resworn £3,370 16 s.
Father John Rohde, b. 31 Mar 1812, London (Whitechapel), Middlesex. d. 29 Apr 1899, Folkestone, Kent. Mother Patience Haughton, b. 12 Oct 1814, Greenwich, Kent. d. 16 Sep 1900, Slinfold, Sussex. Married: Abt Dec 1848. Bromley District, Kent. Family Frances Olivia Woodhouse, b. 5 Nov 1857, London (St. Pancras), Middlesex. d. 29 Sep 1939, Slinfold, Sussex.
Married 14 Apr 1887. London (Kensington), Middlesex. Name: Robert Turner Rohde. Year of Registration: 1887 Quarter: Apr-May-Jun. District: Kensington, London. Volume: 1a Page: 280a, for marriage to Frances Olivia Woodhouse.
Marriage notice in The Times, 16 April 1887, p. 1, reads: On the 14th inst., at St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington, by the Rev. G. W. Woodhouse, Vicar of Albrighton, Salop, assissted by the Rev. A. P. Woodhouse, Vicar of St. Matthias, Sneinton, and the Rev. the Hon. E. Carr Glyn, Vicar of the parish, ROBERT TURNER ROHDE, of the New Oriental Bank Corporation, son of John Rohde, Esq., Madras Civil Service, to FRANCES OLIVIA, only daughter of COVENTRY M. WOODHOUSE, Esq., Upper Phillimore-gardens, Kensington. Children
1. Amy Frances Rohde, b. 3 Feb 1888, London (Kensington), Middlesex. d. 15 May 1974, Rusper, Sussex,
2. Lieut. Harold Turner Rohde, b. 23 Aug 1889, London (Kensington), Middlesex. d. 12 Apr 1916, Iraq
3. Arthur Cotton Rohde, b. 1 Apr 1891, Slinfold, Sussex. d. 20 Mar 1981, Dulwich, Surrey.
4. Helen Mary Rohde, b. 16 Mar 1893, Slinfold, Sussex. d. 1 Feb 1952, Guernsey
5. Capt. Robert Hawkins Rohde, b. 11 Dec 1896, Slinfold, Sussex. d. 12 Mar 1988, Merton District, Surrey.
6. Hannah Rohde, b. Abt Dec 1898, Horsham District, Sussex. d. Abt Dec 1898, Horsham District, Sussex.
Miss Margaret Augusta Archer was born in Ireland in August 1820, the daughter of the Reverend William Archer, MA, Rector and Vicar of Croagh and Prebendary of Limerick Cathedral. She married John Vincent and at the time of his death in December 1891 their home was at Hyde Park Terrace in London. In September 1894 she took a lease of Hill House in Slinfold from the executors of Charles Child of Slinfold, and she was resident there when she died on 28 January 1905. Her will was proved at the Principal Probate Registry on 5 May 1905, and her two executors were Robert Turner Rohde Esq., of Ranfold Grange, Slinfold, and Coventry Archer Woodhouse Esq., of Mincing Lane, London.

SMITH, G E. Rank: Serjeant. Service No: 314375. Date of Death: 08/02/1919.
Regiment/Service: Royal Air Force. No. 2 Wing

STONESTREET, F. Rank: Private. Service No: 22571. Date of Death: 12/04/1917. Age: 35.
Regiment/Service: The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment). 6th Bn.
Grave Reference: G. 10. Cemetery: STE. CATHERINE BRITISH CEMETERY
Additional Information: Son of Frederick and Elizabeth Stonestreet, of Burwash, Sussex; husband of Caroline Stonestreet, of Chapel Cottages, Slinfold, Horsham, Sussex.

TOWSE, FREDERICK. Rank: Private. Service No: 16673. Date of Death: 31/07/1917. Age: 27.
Regiment/Service: Coldstream Guards. 1st Bn.
Panel Reference: Panel 11. Memorial: YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL
Additional Information: Son of Albert O. and Mary Towse, of 1, Hayes Lane, Slinfold, Sussex.

TRIBE, GEORGE HOLT. Rank: Private. Service No: 43694. Date of Death: 28/03/1918. Age: 21.
Regiment/Service: Suffolk Regiment. 2nd Bn. Awards: M M.
Grave Reference: IV. E. 22. Cemetery: WANCOURT BRITISH CEMETERY
Additional Information: Son of Richard and Mary Tribe, of Nether Toat, Slinfold, Horsham, Sussex.
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