Hello MB, so far I only know what is published in the said article but I am interested in making further enquiries. My view is that the lives of the COs, the NCF-and any other Peace groups in the area- are a vital part of Great War studies. So the research I have done surrounding the Great War dead and their families connected with St. Andrews Church, Waterloo Street, Hove, also features what is known about Roy Banks, a CO who lived in Waterloo Street.
Trouble is what I can find out about Banks has run out.
What I might suggest is to see if the case of founder member of Brighton NCF & CO Percy Horton from Brighton Art College could be highlighted. There is quite a few a lot of information on the Horton family at Lewes archives. Regards, Michael Bully
Magnumbellum, on 08 December 2011 - 10:48 AM, said:
It is not clear to me what "Great War Between the Lines" is intended to convey, but the exhibitions, events and programmes would be skewed if they did not include somewhere some account of those who opposed the war, as both ordinary citizens and conscientious objectors. The case of Royle (Roy) Richmond, who died in December 1916, comes very much to mind.