Roll of Honour, Friston, East Sussex

Transcribed from a (hard to read) framed list in the church (photograph below)

Roll of Honour in Great War
1914 - 1918
Friston Parish

 RankNameRegiment or Ship
 TrooperCairnsJames2nd Life Guards
*TrooperCairnsCharles2nd Life Guards
 GunnerCurwoodHenyRoyal Garrison Artillery
 PrivateCrundenBertramRoyal Sussex
 GunnerFreemanEdwardRoyal Garrison Artillery
*PrivateFowlerRichard8th East Surrey
 PrivateFunnellFrederickLabour Battalion
 StokerFullerSydneyR A C B 22nd Batalion
PrivateGayJesse Frederick3rd Sussex Regiment
 PrivateGayCharles14th N Hants Lab Battalion
 PrivateGutsellGeorge2nd Norfolks
L CorporalHallRobert2nd Royal Sussex
 Shoeing SmithHallCharlesR F A 221 Brigade
 SeamanJanuaryThomasH M S Victorious
 MajorMaitlandF RRoyal Garrison Artillery
*PrivateMartinAlbert2nd East Surrey
 PrivateMartinFrank3rd Royal Sussex
*RiflemanMartinThomas4th Kings Royal Rifles
RiflemanMaynardAlexander3rd Rifle Brigade
*PrivateMorrisVictor Bryan2nd City of London Ry. Fusiliers
 SeamanSeakelRobertH M S Victorious
 SeamanTicehurstFrankH M S Europa
 PrivateThopeCharles FrederickDuke of Connaught's Light Infantry
 SeamanTrentlettWilliamH M S Victorious
*LieutenantWycliffe-TaylorThomasM C R B A

Killed    * Wounded


Transcribed by Mark Collins

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