The authorities wish to obtain photographs of those servicemen interred there and also those who died but have no known grave.
These photographs will be attached to their records and also displayed in the cemetery hall of remembrance.
The following are just a few of the young men from the Sussex area who gave their lives in Korea: Cpl Raymond C.Lewis, Pte Christopher R. Pellat, Sgt George W.A. Howard, Fus Harold W. Sellans, Lt Anthony J. Measor, Gnr Albert J. Baldock, Rfn Reginald S.W. Washer, L/Cpl Reginald J. Stanford, Rfn Maurice B. Bunby, Pte Edward C. Madgwick.
Any family who lost a loved one in the Korean War, 1950-53, and wishes to take part can send the photograph to me at the below address or telephone me for further details.
May I thank you in anticipiation for any help you can give me on this matter.
102 College Croft
Tel: 0161 7897633
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