Berwick War Memorial

To the Memory of the Men of This Parish who Fell in The Great War 1914-1918
Frank Hamper

Frank was the son of Richard and Hannah Hamper who after the war lived at 14 Upper Berwick, Berwick Station, Sussex. Frank was born in Bishopstone in 1891 and in the 1901 census was living with his parents (Richard was working as a shepherd) and his 6 siblings. Frank served in the RGA as Gnr 41466 in the 206tj Seige Bty. He died on 12 February 1917 aged 26 and rests in Dranoutre Military Cemetery.

Harry Sands  
Herbert Stephen Smith Herbert was born in 1892 in Hartings, Sussex, the son of George and Clara. George worked as a cellarman in the music hall - Herbert and his brother George were aged 11 and 9 were at school.
Greater Love Hath No Man Than This
St John XV.1
1939 - 1945
Douglas Hemming  

In the Grounds of St Michaels & All Angels is a CWGC grave marker

C E Gates Charles Edward Gates was the son of James and Edith. James worked as a railway signalman and porter in 1911 and lived with his family at Railway Cottages, Berwick. Charles served as driver T/32533 in the RAMC. He died on 23 February 1943 aged 39. He rests in Berwick Churchyard. Charles left a wife, Grace Helena who lived in Eastbourne.


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