IGNITING THE FLAME OF UNITY

THE HISTORY OF THE 

BRIGHTON BRANCH OF A.S.L.E.F. 

 

 

 

 

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 The First World War 1914 - 18


 

 In common with other British railways, the LB&SCR was brought under government control during the First World War. Until then it had carried relatively little heavy freight for much of its existence, but this situation changed dramatically at the outbreak of war. The railway was responsible for carrying the bulk of the stores and munitions  delivered to the British troops on the continent, principally through its ports of Newhaven and (to a lesser degree) Littlehampton. This included nearly seven million tons of freight, including 2.7 million tons of explosives. It necessitated an additional 53,376 freight trains over the four years of the war, as well as an additional 27,366 troop trains.

This additional traffic required substantial improvements to the railway infrastructure, notably at Newhaven harbour, where electric lighting was installed, but also at Three Bridges, where a new freight marshalling yard was established, and at Gatwick and Haywards Heath, where passing sidings were constructed so that the frequent passenger trains would not be impeded by the slower-moving freight. Some munitions trains were routed to Newhaven via the Steyning Line to Brighton so as to avoid congesting that part of the Brighton main line which had only two tracks.

Prior to the First World War engine cleaners received no holidays. However, engine cleaners who had worked as a fireman for at least 9 months out of the previous 12 months were awarded 3 days annual holiday; but only approved fireman were able to meet to meet this requirement and by the time they could fill 9 months of the year with firing turns they had virtually ceased to be cleaners. Moreover, even those footplatemen who were entitled to a few days’ holiday were forbidden from taking it during the summer service. Therefore some cleaners/fireman belonged to Territorial Army or to the Royal Navy Reserve. This was not them being patriotic, but it was a way of getting paid holiday whilst attending summer camp each year. But things caught up with them in August 1914 when the Great War broke out.
The Territorials and Reservists were mobilised almost immediately and caught up in the patriotic fervor which swept through the nation. Many others volunteered for active service. By the end of August, Brighton had seen the departure of 25 enginemen; 18 cleaners, 3 approved firemen and 4 firemen. The exodus continued in September with another 16 departures; 8 cleaners, 5 approved firemen and 3 firemen. Five  more volunteers went in October/November; 3 cleaners and 2 firemen. Thus in a very short time, Brighton had seen a total of 29 cleaners, 8 approved firemen and 9 firemen all going off to fight for their country. This was approximately one in ten of the entire footplate grade at Brighton. Only 2 of the 46 loco-men did not return after the war was over. It is possible that most of them served in the Railway Operating Division which had a causality rate much lower than in the trenches.

This sudden depletion of loco staff raised concerns within the locomotive department and a notice was duly issued by Lawson Billinton Locomotive Superintend, stating that the footplate staff could best serve their country by staying put and continuing in their normal jobs. A lot of trains were going to be needed to supply the British forces in France and those trains couldn’t run without engine crews. Indeed, from thenceforth any enginemen who wanted to ‘join up’ for military service would first have to hand in their notice to the L.B.S.C.R.: in other words they would have to resign from their job on the railway. 

 

A scene at Brighton railway station

 

 

On the Western Front men were living and dying in the rat infested mud of the trenches, whilst back in ‘Blighty’ a tremendous war effort was being maintained to keep the mincing machine supplied. Britain’s railways were geared up to carry huge consignments of war materiel including train load after train load of ‘cannon fodder’  both human and equine; train load after train load of hay and straw for the horses, rations and supplies for the troops, guns, munitions and the rest. Also, of course, there was a contra-flow of Ambulance trains bringing back the wounded and the maimed. Most of this rail traffic converged on the sea ports of South-East England and Newhaven played a major part of this operation.

 

Newhaven running shed was one of the smaller depots on the L.B.S.C.R. Before the war it could only muster a total of only ten locomotives. Under war conditions, Newhaven depot assumed an importance out of all proportion to its size. It provided running shed facilities for a constant procession of visiting engines which came and went through all hours of the day and night. Almost every one of these locomotives worked into Newhaven with a ‘MOBRAIL’ trains (MOBRAIL was the code-name for a goods train loaded with military supplies). As the war went on, more and more MOBRAIL’s were needed and eventually they were arriving in Newhaven at half-hourly intervals all around the clock.

As the focal point of so much activity during the war, Newhaven running shed simply hadn’t enough enginemen to cope with all the work. There was only one solution to this problem: enginemen were drafted in from other depots within the company for 3 or 4 months at a time. The enginemen had to be available for any turn of duty at any hour of the day or night and were working seven days per week without having a day off. The enginemen also had to find their own lodgings in Newhaven.

With the need for more manpower some engine drivers such as Bill Coney worked passed their retirement age of 60 to help ease the manpower shortage and finally retiring at end of the war in 1918 aged 62. 

  Extracted from the book

Yesterdays Once More

By Fred Rich 

 

 A scene at Brighton railway station

 

 

In March 1915 A.S.L.E.F. Organising Secretary Mr. W. Warwick met with Locomotive Superintendent Lawson Billinton. W. Warwick was the secretary of the Locomotive men's Side Conciliation Board. Billinton explained that it had now been decided to pay enginemen, who were reduced in consequence of the war, their original rate of pay, notwithstanding their being employed on lower grade work. The proviso that all such men must transfer, if required, must, however stand still. Warwick agreed to the proviso was quite reasonable. Billinton stated that the men who transferred would be given first opportunity to go back when normal times come around again. The men would not be moved unless absolutely necessary.

Complaints between the Locomotive men Billinton where not just about pay but also working conditions. On 12th February, 1917, the Locomotive men fielded a major deputation and met with Billinton. attending were E.S. Moore of the Running Department and engine drivers from Battersea, Brighton, Fratton, Horsham, New Cross, St. Leonards and Tunbridge Wells and a fireman from West Croydon. At the outset Billinton suggested that instead of the deputation being called 'A Grievance Committee', some more suitable name such as 'Improvement committee' should be found. The range of subject included: 

Derailments on Lewes turntable.

Billinton promised locking levers would be separated, but after that enginemen would be held responsible for any further derailments.

Space between the down local and turntable road at Montpelier Junction blocked with permanent way material.

Billinton promised to raise this with the Engineer.

Shedman Kitchin should be given a minimum driver's rate.

Billinton replied that the man was hardly a driver, and it was established that he did not take his engine more than 200 yards on running lines. he had no objection to Kitchin's advancement when possible and when a suitable vacancy occurred.

Distribution of the 4s.9d and 8s. pay rates.

Billinton reminded them of the precedence of men over the local lines and of seniority. The question of Tunbridge Wells and Three Bridges being classed as  main line could not be definite. The whole point rested with the class of worked carried out.

Seniority arrangements.

The delegation's proposal, Billinton explained, would mean putting up 63 men and putting down 139, and therefore detrimental to the majority. The men raised problems of seniority relating to Battersea men transferred to West Croydon, and pointed that the defence of the realm list, hung up in the shed caused dissatisfaction in the matter.

Punishment of men exceeding speed limits.

Billinton gave particular instances where men had been suspended, pointing out previous cases against them. In the case of speed limits interfering with the timekeeping of trains to the extent of making the time shown in the time book impossible, the lost time must be explained. Billinton took the opportunity to elucidate the new method of taking speed by electrical recorder.

Promotion.

The men proposed that a driver or fireman should be related after working two years or 616 days in the higher grade. Billinton stated that this was a question largely affected by 'Universal Seniority', but best left till after the war. The men's point was the difficulty of getting into the second class of the Pension fund when only approved men, and the delay made back payments heavier.

Shed Day.

The men suggested a reduction of miles to 700 for a shed day of 10 hours. War reductions were causing a loss shed days, and a large number of excess miles worked in summer might be carried forward to the winter, It was stated that local men at Brighton got 3/4 day's pay for a shed day by working a trip before washing out. Billinton promised to look into these entitlements.

Withdrawal of Fogmen. 

Billinton had discuss this with Mr. Scott, notwithstanding shortage of labour, but exceptional cases could be brought to the Foreman's notice for consideration.

Guard Signals.

They suggested that the Under Guard should give the white light to the Head Guard when starting trains. Billinton approved this.

Lodging Allowance.

The men thought the present allowance should be increased owing to War conditions. Billinton promised to look into the matter; the difficulty was, however, that this matter was embodied in the terms of service.

Request that the walls of the ash pit at Brighton should be repaired.

Billinton assured that this would be done when the labour was available, and explained that it was proposed to release the Forces such men as firelighters, washer-out, etc., whose place would be place taken for the time being by firemen not required for traffic.

Request for the opening of the old engine shed pits at Eastbourne.

Billinton could not see the necessity for this view of the small number of engines running into Eastbourne.

Revisions of timings requested.

Billinton said this under consideration but explained 'engines should not be thrashed'. In connection it was mentioned that the awning at Battersea station, West London line, was dangerous for men working with the Moguls.

Shortage of overcoats.

Fireman Ede (Midhurst) and Pumping Enginemen Cornwell (Steyning) were instanced. Billinton said enquiries would be made at shed at whether they had a spare overcoat.

Other matters:

Disc for crossover roads at West Croydon.

Two place at Victoria where handsignal were necessary.

Question of dangerous position of regulator lubricators on dome.

Billinton pointed out that it was more dangerous to attend to these lubricators than for a cleaner to clean out the boiler.

A case of tight workings on the 9.25 am to Victoria, arriving Battersea shed about 4.30 pm, and leaving at 4.53 pm.

Moore was asked to look into it.

More leniency requested for the men at Fratton not using a time recorder

Over to Moore again.

War bonus payments for men off ill or attending deputations.

South Eastern men were paid if a medical certificate was produced. It was asked what the South Western men were doing in this respect.

Coal for railwaymen.

Billinton promised to enquire regarding coal from the Railway Company for private use.

Complaints by Brighton men of painters taking up a large part of the shed.

Billinton said the painters would be transferred.

Suggestion of trailer coaches being fitted so that the engine could be attached at either end, to save running bunke first.

Exhaust injectors of No.37 not having a stop plug for use in case of obstruction of top clack.

To be investigated.

 

Extracted from the book

Lawson Billinton: A Career Cut Short

 By Klaus Marx

 

                                                             L.B.S.C.R. Ambulance train 

 

                      The L. B. S. C. R. First World War service badge 

 Above

The L. B. S. C. R. First World War service badge .

The L.B.S.C.R. 1st World War memorial plaque at Brighton & London Victoria station (Central side), listing the 532 names of the the railway employees who lost their lives during this war.

 

A badge was issued by the L.B. & S.C.R. to all its employees who were classed as in “protected occupations” within the Company. Similar badges were issued by other railway companies throughout the country.

This badge was produced after the railway trade unions put pressure on the government to protect the railway workers from being attacked by the general public who branded railway workers as cowards due to not being seen in military uniform.

The A.S.L.E.F. General Secretary Albert Fox wrote in April 1915 to the War Office.

“Our members are jeered at and even molested in the streets by dockyard workers and soldiers, because they have not been enlisted. I have no hesitation in asserting that our members are just as loyal to their country. We have a large number who would have joined if they had not been prevented from doing so by the instructions given from the War Office to the effect that locomotive men must not be enlisted. The whole of our men feel it is not a right thing for them to have to submit to any indignity in the streets or elsewhere because they are not in the Army, when they are prevented from joining the Army, and a request has been made that I appeal to the War Office to supply them with buttons to wear in their coats, to indicate that they are doing their duty for their country. Buttons of this description are obtai nable, I understand, from the War Office, and my object in writing this letter is to ask that some arrangement shall be made for supplying our drivers, firemen, and cleaners with these buttons, to prevent any trouble in the future.”           

The Government War Office refused the A.S.L.E.F General Secretaries request as they only issued badges to skilled workmen of armament firms. However the badges where issued by some of the railway companies.

There were an estimated 35 different types of these badges produced by the different railway companies

 

 

 UNIVERSAL SENIORITY

 

Engine driver Eaves who had been reduced to the lowest driving rate for any firing work, met Locomotive Superintendent Lawson Billinton on the 17th October 1915. Driver Eaves pointed out that as there were vacancies above him to fill up, Driver Eaves felt that he ought to be considered to fill such vacancies. Billinton had already sent out a letter on the subject of  having a 'Universal Seniority', but the loco men in the Southern District did not want a 'Universal Seniority'. Billinton confirmed there would be no higher rate while there were vacancies.

Extracted from the book

Lawson Billinton: A Career Cut Short

 By Klaus Mar

 


1918 A.A.D.

 

At the 1918 A.A.D. in late May and early June. The Brighton and Doncaster delegates attempted to align the Society with the desire for a Allied victory (in the Great War) but was ruled out of order.

 Taken from "Driven by ideals"

 

 

 

 

REMEMBERANCE 333  "L CLASS" (Baltic Tank 4-6-4T) was the last steam engine to be built by the London Brighton & South Coast Railway at Brighton in April 1922. The Remembrance locomotive was named in honour of the 532 L.B.S.C.R railway men who lost their lives during the First World War. The engine was allocated to Brighton based Engine-drivers Fred Horsman and Harry Funnell, who worked on the Southern Belle service between Brighton and London.  

Following the electrification of the main London to Brighton the "L CLASS" locomotives were to be designated to work on the express trains between London to Eastbourne.The "L CLASS" locomotives were to be withdrawn from service at the end of 1934. Remembrance was withdrawn from service on the 7th December 1934. This was due to the electrification of the line Between Keymer Junction to Eastbourne and that there was no other suitable work for the "L CLASS" locomotives. This was owing to restrictive route availability placed on this class of locomotive. With no other suitable work being available within the Brighton section of the Southern Railway the "L CLASS" was withdrawn. Remembrance along with the other six engines of this CLASS  were sent to Eastleigh works to be rebuilt into  CLASS N15x (REMEMBRANCE CLASS 4-6-0) locomotives.

Remembrance re-entered service on 27th June 1935 and along with the rest of her Class they spent the rest of their working lives on the South Western section of the Company, working semi fast trains between London Waterloo and Basinstoke. These locomotives were finally withdrawn from service by British Railways in 1956 and Remembrance was withdrawn at Brighton on 4th April 1956 after working a special train to Brighton. The Remembrance name plates are on display at the National Railway Museum at York 

 

L.B.S.C.R. Enginemen who fell in the First World War

The following information comes from the National Railway Museum and does not indicate the Loco Shed that they worked at


MOTORMEN PECKHAM RYE


C.E. Howard, Sargeant.

A.S. Nevard, Private.


FIREMEN


C. Brown, A.B.

E.R. Gatson, Sapper


APPROVED FIREMEN (ENGINE CLEANERS)


W.H. Cook, Signaller.

A. French, A.B.

F.C. Hyson Sapper


ENGINE CLEANERS


H. C. Amondson, Private.

R. Carey, A.B.

A. Colbarn, Sapper.

A.F.H. Dallaway, Gunner.

J. Elphick, Private.

A. Eustes, Private.

J. Francis, Private

J. Funnell Corporal.

E. Gibbons, Private.

E. Hall, Private.

F. Harmer, Sapper.

H. Heasman, Sapper.

S.A. Kimber, Sapper.

J.W. Laycock, Private

A. Mitchell, Private.

W.H. Salter, Lance Corporal T.W.W. Loco Shed

C.H. Saunders, Private.

G.H. Tichbamd, Private.

J.J.D. White, A.B.


LOCO DEPT


Albert Edward Fleet, Labourer, served in Northumberland Fusiliers “B” Company 1st Battalion, Private, died on 28/10/1914 

aged 27.

Herbert Hallett, Labourer, served in 20th Hussars, Private, died on 26/10/14.

A.J./Joseph Holmes, Lifter, served in Royal Navy, 1st Class Stoker on H.M.S. “Good Hope” died on 01/11/1914.

P. Inkpin, Labourer, served in Royal Sussex Regiment, 2nd Battalion, Private, died on 11/09/1914 aged 27.

Thomas Kelly, Machinist, served in Royal Nay, 1st Class Stoker on H.M.S. “Good Hope” died on 01/11/1914. 

William Robert Kerston, (Kersten) Coalman, served in Worcester Regiment 2nd Battalion, Private, died on 28/10/1914.

George Alfred Manning, M.C., Draughtsman, served in Royal Engineers 438th Field Company, Lieutenant, died on 

26/09/1917 aged 26.

William George Potter, Coalman, served in Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment) 1st Battalion, Private 26/10/1914 aged 

25.

Richard Saunders, Labourer, served in Royal Navy, Able Seamen on H.M.S. “Good Hope” died on 01/11/1914.

Thomas J. Symes, (Synes), Holder-Up, served in Royal Navy, 1st Class Stoker on H.M.S. “Abourkir” 22/09/1914.

William Young, Labourer, served in Royal Navy, 2nd Class Petty Officer on H.M.S. “Good Hope” 01/11/1914 aged 33.

FAbnettLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayCorporalCasual Labourer
NSAgateLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySec. Lt.Clerk
JamesAlexanderLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCarriage and Wagon DepartmentCasual Labourer22/10/14
WHAllenLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayTpr.Labourer
TWAllsopLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayDriverLabourer
AHAlyingLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanCarr. Cleaner
EAlyingLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantPlatelayer
WPAlywardLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
HCAmondsonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivate  Eng. Cleaner 
GAndrewsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
WFAndrewsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanClerk
ATWAnkerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayCasual Labourer
HAshbyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanTicket Collector
JAultLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePlatelayer
RGAustinLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySec. Lt.Clerk
GAvisLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
EBadcockLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantClerk
FHBailesLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
ABaileyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySapperMachinist
CBaileyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
ABakerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLance CorporalElec. Com. Fitter
AWBakerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySec. Lt.Switch Cabin Att.
CBakerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateElect. Lad
TEBakerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
WBakerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
AAWBalchinLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanClerk
TGBaldwinLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateGas Fitter's Asst.
JBannesterLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySec. Lt.Clerk
JBarnardLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
WBarnesLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateTraffic DepartmentPorter27/10/14
EABarnettLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayTpr.Porter
FBarnettLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLamp Lad
HBarrettLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerGas Filler
GBartholomewLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateOutside Porter
ARRBartlettLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
RBartleyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayCorporalLabourer
CBartonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateShunter
WHBatchelorLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanClerk
WFBeachLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCoachmaker's App.
WBedinghamLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanSheeter
WEBeechingLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateGreaser
AGBenhamLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
BABennettLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateFitter's Mate
AlfredBestLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivate13/07/20
CHBilesLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
GBirchLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateWarehouse Lad
FBirdLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySapperGuard
WSBishopLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayCadetClerk
BABlaberLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCarr. Cleaner
ABlakeLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanWagonmaker
CWBloomfieldLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayWireop.Booking Clerk
ABodleLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
ABodleLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayStokerLabourer
AGBookerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateWagon Painter
LBookerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateSignalman
PBoothLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantLabourer
WBradfordLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
SBrannLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLance CorporalCollector
JBrayLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateSeaman
WCBrettLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantPorter
JRBrookingsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLance CorporalShunter
WBroughtonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantPainter
ABrownLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCasual Labourer
ABrownLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySignal'r.Porter
CBrownLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayA.B.  Fireman 
JEBrownLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
W.WallBrownLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanClerk
RBucklandLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCarr. Cleaner
CBulmanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantPlatelayer
WWBurleyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateTemp. Bricklayer
GBurtenshawLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwayDriverCarriage and Wagon DepartmentCasual Labourer28/08/14
FGBushbyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
GButlerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
FCalderLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePainter's Labr.
ECampkinLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePlatelayer
FCaplinLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
RCareyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayA.B.  Eng. Cleaner 
JCarpenterLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateF'ch Polishr's App.
GHLCarrollLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateGoods Shunter
HWCarterLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLance CorporalLabourer
GFCartwrightLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanMessenger
ECasbanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerTemp. Labourer
WChamberlainLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLoader
GChandlerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerClerk
HWChapmanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCasual Striker
SJCharmanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySapperTemp. Platelayer
GHLChatfieldLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayTpr.Lifter's Lad
TChatfieldLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
ACheesmanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
SClarkLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySeamanTracer
FPClarkeLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantLabourer
HVCleaverLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySapperClerk
JCluerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerSignal Porter
AColbranLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySapper  Eng. Cleaner 
AColemanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCasual Labourer
HColemanLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwayCarriage and Wagon DepartmentCarriage Cleaner
SColemanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
TRColemanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateTele. Clerk
AColesLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayExaminer
WColesLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
WCollisLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLance CorporalGoods Guard
GColvinLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLad Porter
JHConwayLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
WHCookLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySignal'r.  Engine Cleaner (App. Fireman)
PCoomberLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
WCoombesLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanCarr. Cleaner
THCooperLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePlatelayer
DCordellLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateOutside Porter
WTCourtisLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySapperPainter
RCoveyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
AECoxLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
JCoxLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanClerk
HCraycroftLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
HCrippsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySapperWater Tower Att.
ACrisfordLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanPorter
JCrowhurstLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayC.S.MMMLabourer
FCrundenLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySeamanMachine Lad
TCrundwellLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantClerk
WSCumberLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySapperBricklayer
SCurdLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySeamanGreaser
ECustanceLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateTemp. Painter
BDCuthbertLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateStriker
PDabornLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
AFHDallawayLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunner  Eng. Cleaner 
WEDappLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
CDawsonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLdg. Carr. Cleaner
RDayLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerLabourer
HDeaneLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateMessenger
FDennisLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantCasual Labourer
DDenyerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
JDibbenLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateSheeter
EDiffeyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
ASDiplockLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayCorporalBrakesman
FTDivallLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateBricklayer
CEDoddLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanPorter
HWCDoddLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayL'gStkr.Driller
GDodmanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySwitch Cabin Att.
JDooleyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerLabourer
TDorringtonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLabourer
TDoveyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePlatelayer
BDDruittLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantClerk
JDukelowLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
ODunlopLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCarr. Cleaner
GEadeLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
WHEagerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateTemp. Porter
JEamesLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
AJEastLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLeading Hand
BEggletonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePlatelayer
GEldridgeLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePlatelayer
HEldridgeLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCarman
RElliottLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerLifter
JEEllisLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
JElphickLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivate  Engine Cleaner 
AEustesLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivate  Engine Cleaner 
CPEvansLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantScales Attendant
JBEvansLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayP.O.Craneman
JSExleyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCleaner
JFairmanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCleaner
GFFeltonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePlatelayer
FAFgarleyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySec. Lt.Erector
JFinchLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
FCFishLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
JFitzwilliamLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerConstable
Albert EdwardFleetLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivate Locomotive DepartmentLabourer28/10/14
EFlynnLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantMMCas. Carr. Cleaner
PercyFlynnLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwaySecond LieutenantLondon Bridge, General Manager's OfficeClerk10/11/17
AFoordLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
AFordLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateMMWinchman
CWFordLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayCorporalShunter
FHFordLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLifter's Lad
HFordLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayTpr.Clerk
JFordLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayDriverTemp. Labourer
EWJFosterLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateFitter's Mate
RFoxLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanCarman
JFrancisLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivate  Engine Cleaner 
WHFreelandLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateParcels Vanguard
AFrenchLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayA.B.  App. Fireman 
CEFrenchLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivate  Engine Cleaner 
FFunnellLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayBomberSignal Porter
FFunnellLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayCorporal  Engine Cleaner 
JFunnellLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayAct. Sgt.Carpenter
CFurnerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
ERGastonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySapper  Fireman 
WHGatesLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
EGibbonsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivate  Engine Cleaner 
WTGibbsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePlatelayer
RGibsonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateSignal Porter
TJGibsonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePlatelayer
JEGillLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLdg. Carr. Cleaner
WJGillLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateWasher Out
GGGlynnLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLieutenantEngr's Asst.
HGGodfreeLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCasual Labourer
LGoodallLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
AJGraingerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateMachinist's Lad
Albert EdwardGrinsteadLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateTraffic DepartmentPorter23/10/14
RGrovesLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLieutenantFitter's App.
WGullessLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerPorter
RHaddingtonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateTemp. Carman
EHaileLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySec. Cpl.Asst. Foreman
AHHallLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerCarriage Cleaner
EHallLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivate  Engine Cleaner 
HerbertHallettLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivate Locomotive DepartmentLabourer26/10/14
AEHandleyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySapperClerk
WHarlockLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateBooking Clerk
AGHarmanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLad Porter
FHarmerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySapper  Engine Cleaner 
CHarperLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
HHarringtonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanClerk
AHarrisLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCasual Labourer
CHartLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantParcels Porter
HHartLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerSignals Porter
Henry ValentineHartLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerTraffic Department24/08/14
HJHaywoodLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantConstable
HHeasmanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySapper  Engine Cleaner 
AHeathLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateBill Checker
GHelmLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayBdsman.Casual Labourer
CFHenleyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantClerk
WLHerodLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayCorporalClerk
FEHerriottLondon, Brighton and South Coast Railway1st A.M.Fitter's App.
FGHerronLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCarriage Cleaner
GHesmerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
HSHigetryLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantTemp. Fittr's Mate
GHillLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayDriverPorter
WCHillLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanCarman
WCHillsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePainter
GHodgesLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLance CorporalGuard
TJHollmanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateWatchman
AJHollwayLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCarriage Cleaner
AJ/ JosephHolmesLondon Brighton and South Coast Railway1st Class Stoker Locomotive DepartmentLifter01/11/14
BFHopeLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
HEHopeLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayTpr.Porter
WEHopeLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLad Porter
HHopkinsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayP.O.Porter
SHHoreLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerLabourer
FHornblower [Hornblow]London Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCarriage and Wagon DepartmentCarriage Cleaner16/10/14
CEHowardLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeant  Motorman 
JHowardLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayL/Sergt.Constable
AJHowellLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayP.O.Jt. Boats Stev.
LGHudsonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerCarriage Cleaner
CEHughesLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySapperTele. Clerk
EHumphreysLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayA.B.Messenger
FHunneysssettLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySapperPass. Guard
AHurdleLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayCorporalParcels Porter
PJHusseyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanClerk
CHutchinsonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateGreaser (Gas Filler)
FCHysonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySapper  Engine Cleaner (App. Fireman)
JJIngramLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayCorporalDCMAsst. Fitter
WIngramsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateShunter
PInkpinLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivate Locomotive DepartmentLabourer11/09/14
HCIsworthLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantMMAsst. Guard
AHJacksonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayBomberAsst. Ganger
TRJarmanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantLabourer
WJenkinsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayCorporalPorter
AJennerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCasual Labourer
HEJenningsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateFitter's Mate
JJenningsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
HJJewellLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanScotcher
JHJonesLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayDriverScotcher
SJonesLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
AJordanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayA.B.Porter
HJuppLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayA.B.Labourer
WJuppLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLance CorporalWireman
WKeeleyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayO.S.Seaman
ThomasKellyLondon Brighton and South Coast Railway1st Class Stoker Locomotive DepartmentMachinist01/11/14
CHKelway-BamberLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySec. Lt.Fitter's App.
William RobertKerston [Kersten]London Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivate Locomotive DepartmentCoalman28/10/14
TNKeyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayA.B.Carriage Cleaner
SAKimberLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySapper  Engine Cleaner 
AKingLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayCorporalRivet Lad
JKingLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayBdsman.Casual Labourer
WAKingLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLance CorporalClerk
ABKraussLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
WCLakerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
SELambertLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanCas. Firelighter
JALamertonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
CLaneLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySapperPlatelayer
JWLaneLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateTemp. Porter
Edward WilliamLangfordLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateGoods DepartmentTemporary Carman26/09/14
GLangridgeLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateTemp. Labourer
WJLaverLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateGas Filler
JLaveyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateShunter
JWLaycockLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivate  Engine Cleaner 
FLaytonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerCarriage Cleaner
PWLeeLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySec. Lt.Clerk
HLeppardLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
CLevettLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantLabourer
David WilliamLewisLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwayAble SeamanGoods DepartmentPorter01/11/14
JHLewisLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayDriverCasual Labourer
RLewisLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateTurner
GFLewseyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLance CorporalClerk
PWLiddfieldLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySeamanParcels Porter
AJLidellLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySec. Lt.Clerk
WALittleLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
WLodgeLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayBomberCasual Labourer
WLonghurstLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer's Lad
WLowerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanLdg. Carr. Cleaner
ALudbyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayA.B.Boatman
W EMaccabeeLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateTraffic DepartmentPorter07/10/14
George AlfredManningLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwayLieutenantMCLocomotive Department, BirminghamDraughtsman26/09/17
WManvellLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePlatelayer
AHMapleLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayTpr.Porter
FMarshallLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanLabourer
CharlesMartinLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCarriage and Wagon DepartmentLabourer30/10/14
FMasonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
JMasonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
JMatthewsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantCasual Labourer
WHMatthewsonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerCasual Labourer
TMcKenzieLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerGuard
WMcLachlanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayBomberCraneman
J EMedhurstLondon Brighton and South Coast Railway1st Class StokerElectrical DepartmentLabourer22/09/14
FMeehanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayTpr.Temp. Labourer
GMeltonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayCorporalMechanic
ASMersonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCoachmaker
BMillsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySapperStriker
KMilne-MillsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
AMinihaineLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanApp'd Fireman
AMitchellLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivate  Engine Cleaner 
HMitchellLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateSignal Porter
PMockettLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayCorporalCollector
CTMundayLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPioneerAsst. Winder
DMurphyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayBomberCarman
WSNasonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateFitter's Mate
AHNevardLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivate  Motorman 
HNewnhamLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantPlatelayer
FNicholsonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLance CorporalClerk
JNolanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayCorporalLabourer
HGNormanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePlatelayer
ENottinghamLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
AOddLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayO.S.Clerk
JLPackettLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantPorter
AWPageLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanPorter
SPageLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayA.B.Labourer
AHPaigeLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
GAParkerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
JParkerLondon, Brighton and South Coast Railway2 A.M.Clerk
JAParkerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLance CorporalCarpenter
RParkerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
GParsonsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
HJPatchingLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanClerk
WPattenLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanClerk
JPattendenLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
APayneLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePlatelayer
CPayneLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
EPayneLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanPorter
WPayneLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCleaner
AGPellingLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayStokerPorter
HWPenberthyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
EPenfoldLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
HPenfoldLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayC'rpentr.Wagon Maker
FPercivalLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateSignalman
KGPerryLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySec. Lt.Asst. Surveyor
JPetoLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayCorporalCasual Labourer
FPettyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCasual Labourer
HJPhillpottLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
Frederick BenjaminPigramLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateTraffic DepartmentGuard03/12/14
FPimmLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanLoader
APledgeLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayCorporalPorter
FPollardLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayCorporalDCM, MM and BarSignal Porter
HPopeLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLance CorporalClerk
William GeorgePotterLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivate Locomotive DepartmentCoalman26/10/14
WPowellLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantGas Fitter
GPranceLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySapperMessenger
HBPreddyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySeamanLad Pcls. Porter
GWPrestonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantLabourer
AProdrickLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayStriker
AEProsserLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayCaptainMCClerk
AEPrykeLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateFitter's Mate
HWPurkisLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCasual Labourer
FPykeLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanYardman
EQuaifeLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanCarman
PRawlesLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLance CorporalLabourer
EReadLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
AReevesLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayDriverCarriage Cleaner
EEReevesLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanClerk
REReidLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerCasual Labourer
JRichardsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySignall'rTrimmer
ARichardsonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLance CorporalLabourer
FJRichardsonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateWagon Painter
HGRichardsonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
PRichardsonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerClerk
SWRichmondLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
FJRobbinsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayStokerCas. Wheel Turner
FWRobinsonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerLabourer
FWRoffeyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateHelper
GTRoffeyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
JFRogersLondon, Brighton and South Coast Railway2 c Stkr.Gas Filler
HRollsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLance CorporalPlatelayer
FARoomLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCarpenter
PVRoseLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayS'ff-Cpt.Solicitor
VJRoseLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayTrmptr.Cas. Machine Lad
HRoullierLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCarriage Cleaner
JGRoullierLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCarman
ARoweLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCarman
HRoweLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantSignalman
ERubidgeLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLance CorporalClerk
TRuewellLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
CRumseyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateTemp. Labourer
CJRussellLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLance CorporalLad Porter
FRussellLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateTemp. Painter
DRyanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerParcels Porter
RWRycroftLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
WHSalterLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLance Corporal  Engine Cleaner 
ETSandellLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateStoresman
ASandersLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
FTSandsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
SSandsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCoupling Cleaner
ACSaundersLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateSeaman
CHSaundersLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivate  Engine Cleaner 
RichardSaundersLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwayAble Seaman Locomotive DepartmentLabourer01/11/14
WSaundersLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayBomberFitter's Mate
EScottLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
CSimmonsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerParcels Clerk
TSimmonsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCasual Labourer
ASimpkinLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
AJSimpsonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateStoresman
SSimsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
WDSinfoilLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCarriage Cleaner
WSinnockLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
HSkinnerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateFore. Carr. Cleaner
GSSkinsleyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCarriage Cleaner
JSlackLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
AISmalleyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
JSmithLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateFitter's Mate
WSmithLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayTpr.Driller
WMSmithLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePlatelayer
AJSnellLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayAct. Cpl.Carriage Cleaner
WJSouchLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateChecker
ASpoonerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCarriage Cleaner
WAStallwoodLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateGoods Porter
LCStandringLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateTrn. Com. Attend.
CESteelLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySapperTelegraph Clerk
EStevensLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCarriage Cleaner
Herbert LeslieStevensLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwayCorporalGoods DepartmentTemporary Carman30/10/14
CAStillLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
PEStoneLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePit Cleaner
GStonemanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
EStreeterLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayCk's Mte.Painter's App.
HStreeterLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayA.B.Fitter's App.
JStreeterLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePlatelayer
EStrudwickLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerLifter
GStrudwickLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayDriverLabourer
GStunnell [Stunell]London Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCarriage and Wagon DepartmentCasual Labourer07/09/14
ASullivanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLance CorporalGuard
PSullivanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateConstable
CSummerscalesLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLieutenantApprentice
Initials / forenamesSurnameRailway companyMilitary rankMilitary awardsRailway departmentRailway jobDate died
ROSuterLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCleaner
FSwainLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanPorter
CSwannellLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
JSwantonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySeaman
RWSydenhamLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
Thomas JSymes [Synes]London Brighton and South Coast Railway1st Class Stoker Locomotive DepartmentHolder-up22/09/14
WJTaylorLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
AGTeeLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayL/Sergt.Clerk
JTeeLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLance CorporalCarman
CRTempleLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
AETerryLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayDck-hdSeaman
HGTerryLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCasual Labourer
ThomasTesterLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwayAble SeamanTraffic DepartmentHead Goods Shunter01/11/14
ADTetherLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
FThatcherLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateRivet Lad
FThomasLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayActing Sdlr. Cpl.Porter
WGThwaitesLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayDriverFitter's App.
GHTichbandLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivate  Engine Cleaner 
CTippingLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanCarriage and Wagon DepartmentLifter Lad07/11/14
CTitmusLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateTicket Collector
AGTongeLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
ATriggsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanPorter
JTuckerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateYardman
AETucknottLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayDriverPorter
HTullettLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateStriker
WTupperLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateChecker
HRTurnerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayMajorMC and BarClerk
WTurnerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
HGVaughanLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerLabourer
CVeckLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySapperConductor
TWVerrallLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCarman
CVinallLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayA.B.Labourer
EVinceLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
FVoiceLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
HEVoyceLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateDetective
JWagerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateStableman
JAWakeLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateTreadleman
FJWallisLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayDriverFitter's App.
JKWWardLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayGunnerLabourer
JRWardLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
ThomasWareLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwayRiflemanElectrical DepartmentOverhead Labourer22/09/14
FFWarnerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
TWarnerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
AGWatersLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivatePorter
HWatsonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCoach Painter
GEWattsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySergeantGuard
WJWebbLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateTelegraph Clerk
WWebsterLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayCorporalEngine Painter
JWellbyLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateShunter
AAWellerLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCas'l Wire. Asst.
ACWenhamLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateFitter's Mate
CWestLondon Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCarriage and Wagon DepartmentDriller15/12/14
ADWhiteLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayO.S.Apprentice
JJDWhiteLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayA.B.  Engine Cleaner 
TWhiteLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateLabourer
WGWhittingtonLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayTpr.Porter
PAWickensLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
CWilliamsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLance CorporalCarman
GVWilliamsLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayCorporalTemp. Porter
EGWiseLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateConstable
GWoodLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySapperRivet Lad
WAWoodLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCarriage Cleaner
AWorsfoldLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayDriverPlatelayer
AEWrightLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayCorporalHolder-up
AWTWrightLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateClerk
HWrightLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayDriverCarman
RSWrightLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwayPrivateCoalman
FGYeoLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySec. Lt.Clerk
AYoungLondon, Brighton and South Coast RailwaySapperLabourer
WilliamYoungLondon Brighton and South Coast Railway2nd Class Petty OfficerLocomotive DepartmentLabourer01/11/14


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FAbnett
NSAgate
JamesAlexander
WF                          Allen 
WH
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TWAllsop
AHAyling
EAyling
WPAlyward
HCAmondson
GAndrews
WFAndrews
ATWAnker
HAshby
JAult
RGAustin
GAvis
EBadcock
FHBailes
ABailey
CBailey
ABaker
AWBaker
CBaker
TEBaker
WBaker
AAWBalchin
TGBaldwin
JBannester
JBarnard
WBarnes
EABarnett
FBarnett
HBarrett
GBartholomew
ARRBartlett
RBartley
CBarton
WHBatchelor
WFBeach
WBedingham
WEBeeching
AGBenham
BABennett
AlfredBest
CHBiles
GBirch
FBird
WSBishop
BABlaber
ABlake
CWBloomfield
ABodle
ABodle
AGBooker
LBooker
PBooth
WBradford
SBrann
JBray
WCBrett
JRBrookings
WBroughton
ABrown
ABrown
CBrown
JEBrown
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