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East Sussex Photographs

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If anyone needs photographs of war memorials, war graves in the East Sussex area please let me know. Will be happy to help.

Digger

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Hi Digger,

Thats a very kind offer.

Can you tell me if Brighton, Hove or Seaford are within your scope.

Thanks,

Simon.

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If Digger cannot help I am happy to do Seaford

Joan

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Good morning Joan,

Thats very kind of you.

I need 4 from that cemetery and will post details this evening.

In the mean time I'll watch topic to see if Digger logs on.

Regards,

Simon.

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Hi Joan,

I'll list what I need at Seaford Cemetery.

All the men are from the Gloucestershire Regiment.

DAY.H.R. / 10/11/15 // GRAVE 2679

HALE.F.G. / 15/11/16 // GRAVE 2675

JAMES.J. / 20/10/15 // GRAVE 2680

WHITE.T. / 12/05/16 // GRAVE 3042

They were all with the 11th Battalion and none served overseas. The Battalion was based in Seaford

from Sep 1915.They must have passed away due to accidents, illness or natural causes.

Regards,

Simon.

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Hello Simon hope it is ok to wait till half term my weekends are tied up at moment helping sister who has had hip replacement

Best wishes Joan

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Joan,

You are doing me a favour so whenever you can is fine by me.

Many thanks for your help.

Simon.

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Hi Simon,

I live quite near Brighton and Hove so no problem to pop over there. Just let me know what you need.

Regards

Digger

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Digger,

Thats splendid, many thanks.

I need two if possible :

Brighton and Preston Cemetery.

STEVENS.A. // 12/12/18 // E1185

Hove Old Cemetery.

BLOCK.F.J. // 22/09/18 // B.J.29

Both men were serving with the Gloucestershire Regiment.

Regards,

Simon.

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Public thankyou to Joan for the pics of Seaford Cemetery.

Simon.

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Hi Digger,

Thanks for your very kind offer. If you ever happen to be in the Burgess Hill area at some point I'd really appreciate a photo of this chap's name on the local war memorial:

Gunner 18254 Martin Luther Gregory, Royal Garrison Artillery

Kind regards

Steve

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Sorry Simon and Steve, illness interfered with my plans, but just to let you know I haven't forgotten your requests, and will get to them asap.

Regards

Digger

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Digger,

No worries, hope you have recovered.

Regards,

Simon.

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Thanks Digger,

No hurry for the photo - just whenever's convenient for you.

Hope you're feeling better soon.

Kind regards

Steve

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