Thank you for the extra information -much appreciated.
I didn't know about 36 Medina VIllas. According to my notes from looking at the information held at the Hove Library Roll of Honour archive, Cheesman's family lived at 24 Ventnor Villas, Hove when he was born in 1884. At the time of Cheesman's death in 1915, his mother gives her address as 15 Albany Villas, Hove.
I am not sure what the procedure is for ordering photographs from the Hove Library Roll of Honour archive, I will ask next time I am there.
With best wishes
EDIT- Should just point out that Cheesman's mother completed these details in 1919, regarding her son's death in 1915, 15 Albany Villas was her address in 1919, but realise that can't assume that the family lived there in 1915.
Hello Michael & Trajan
The reference to Cheesman's letters comes from Reginald Pound's book "The Lost Generation", Chapter 11 - "A Professor's Proud Remembrance". [Professor Gilbert Murray]. An obit of GLC and a photograph can be found in "Wykemists who Died in the Great War". A G Heath and AD Gillespie both mention Cheesman in their letters [both of these men were dead by the end of 1915, too]. Cheesman was also a friend of Harold Edward Pope [KIA 1918] and his brother, Hugh Rose Pope - killed in a climbing accident 1912.
I'd be very interested in a photograph and the obituary, too!
Cheesman's father lived [at some time] at 36 Medina Villas, Hove - if that is of any interest!
A very interesting thread.
Regards ... Maricourt