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Southeram Junction, Lewes


Ken Lees
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I am researching a soldier, Cecil Kaile, No.295, 10th (Hackney) Bn. London Regiment.

 

He died in the UK on 17/11/14 at Southeram Junction which, I believe, was near Lewes.

 

Could anyone throw any light on the cause of his death? Railway accident, perhaps? Suicide?

 

I can't find any local newspaper which reports his demise.

 

Thanks in advance.

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1 minute ago, charlie962 said:

Try this FMP newspaper article

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Charlie

 

Excellent. Many thanks.

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hello Ken,if my duff leg holds out im going near Lewis in 3 weeks time,if he is buried nearby and you want a headstone photo pm me  details :thumbsup:

:poppy:

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2 hours ago, BIFFO said:

hello Ken,if my duff leg holds out im going near Lewis in 3 weeks time,if he is buried nearby and you want a headstone photo pm me  details :thumbsup:

:poppy:

Thanks, but he was buried near to his home in the Hackney area. I appreciate the offer. 

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