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Cornelius William Bridger
Boy 1st Class J/45406/PO, HMS Defence
Lost with the Armoured Cruiser during the Battle of Jutland 31st May 1916. Aged 16. Nephew of Mrs. M. Wells of Stedham. Commemorated, Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Lieutenant John Forshall
123rd Brigade, Royal Field Artillery.
Killed in action 12th April 1918, aged 20. Son of Francis Scimegour Hude and Mrs. Isabella Forshall of Tentworth, Midhurst. Buried in Couin New British Cemetery.
Sergeant Frank John Tribe
TF/200238, Royal Sussex Regiment. 53rd Div
Killed in action at the First Battle of Gaza 26th March 1917. Aged 26. Husband of Mrs. Hetty Tribe of 'Lynton', Midhurst. Son of Mr and Mrs. John Tribe, Wheelwright and Blacksmith of Station Road, Midhurst.
Born and enlisted in Midhurst.
Lance Corporal Sidney Stacey
G/1611, Royal Sussex Regiment. 18th Div.
Died of wounds at Bernafay Wood on the Somme 14th July 1916. Aged 26. Son of Charles and Edith Stacey of Stedham, Born in Stedham and enlisted in Chichester. Buried in Neuville British Cemetery.
Private George Moseley
SD/4224, Royal Sussex Regiment. 39th Div.
Killed in action on the Somme 3rd September 1916. Born in Minstead and enlisted in Chichester. Next of kin, Stedham. Buried in Knightsbridge Cemetery
Private Benjamin Wren
G/40370, The Middlesex Regiment. 33rd Div.
Killed in action 27th October 1916. Aged 29. Born in Ryde, Isle of Wight and enlisted in Midhurst. Son of John and Mary Elizabeth Wren of Wimbourne, Dorset. Husband of Mrs. Elizabeth Maria Wren of Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire. Next of kin, 'Wispers', Stedham. Formerly Royal Sussex Regiment.
Sapper Horace Lintott
1st Reserve Battalion, The Royal Engineers.
Died at home 27th April 1917. Aged 35. Husband of Mrs. Ethel C. Lintott of Ingrams Green, Bridgelands, Midhurst. Born in Stedham and enlisted in Chichester. Buried in St. James Churchyard, Stedham

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