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Name William Richard SAYERS
Regiment 6741 Lance Corporal Royal Sussex Regiment
7th Battalion A Company
then 3rd Southdown Battalion 13th Royal Sussex Regiment
then G/6741 12th and 11th Royal Sussex Regiment
then 7th Royal Sussex Regiment. Enlisted Horsham
Died 26th August 1918 after being badly wounded on 30th June at Richebourg, France, at the Battle of Amiens
Cemetery Peronne Road Cemetery, Maricourt Plot IV.Row H. Grave 6
Family Born Marlpost Cottage, Southwater, William was baptised 26th May 1889 at Southwater , the son of Stephen and Mary Sayers of Andrews Farm, Southwater.
He married Harriet Elizabeth Rhodes at Southwater on 18.10.1916
In 1911 he was gardener for Mrs Boyd at the Vicarage
Medals British War and Victory Medals

Peronne Road Cemetery, Maricourt, FRANCE