GLADWISH John Thomas Seymour

Category: Military
Rank: A/Sergeant
Regiment or Ship: Army Veterinary Corps
Service Number(s): SE/24422
Occupation: Carman for a General Carrier
Date of Birth: 1883
Place of Birth: Rye, Sussex
Date of Death: 1962
Place of Death: Hastings registration districtAddress: 98 Windsor Road, Bexhill on Sea

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Family Information

Parents:          Thomas Hollands Gladwish (1861-1925) and Clara Elizabeth Gladwish, nee Green, (1858-1927).

Siblings:

Annie Gladwish (1881-1940).

Thomas Gladwish (11885 -).

Arthur Hugh Clare Gladwish (1887-1918). W0290 GLADWISH Arthur Hugh Clare.

Richard Gladwish (1888-1900).

William G. Gladwish (1890-1955).

In 1891 Thomas and Clara lived at 198 Rye Foreign and Thomas was employed as a Crackman.

Spouse: In 1907 John married Florence Mary Small (1886-1940) and they had at least one child – John Thomas Seymour Gladwish (1910- ). In 1901 John lived at 22 Broad Oak Lane, Bexhill, but by 1911 had moved to 88 Windsor Road – re-locating in 1914 to number 98.

First World War Experience

We know very little about John’s war service. He had joined the Reserves by 18th December 1915 and served with the Army Veterinary Corps as an Acting Sergeant.

John was awarded both the Victory Medal and the British War Medal.

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