The Royal Sussex Regiment was formed in 1881 as part of the Childers Reforms by the amalgamation of the 35th (Royal Sussex) Regiment of Foot and the 107th Regiment of Foot (Bengal Light Infantry).
During the First World War, the 1st Regular Battalion was stationed in India while the 2nd Battalion fought on the Western Front. The regiment also formed 19 additional battalions during the conflict, which served in Salonika, Palestine, Mesopotamia, India and Russia.
Over 6,800 men of the regiment were killed in the war.
Commonwealth War Graves
Blake, Private John (d1919, aged 41, cause of death unknown)
Butcher, Private James (d1919, aged 38, cause of death unknown)
Champ, Private Raymond (d1915, aged 35, illness)
Cheeseman, Lance Corporal Harry (d1917, aged 23, wounded in action)
Coby/Cobby, Private Albert (d1916, aged 28, cause of death unknown)
Doble, Private Charles (d1916, age 32, wounded in action)
Giles, Corporal William (d1918, aged 40, illness)
Godden, Lance Corporal Edgar (d1917, aged 25, illness)
Greenfield, Private Henry (d1919, aged 28, illness)
Hide, Private Charles (d1917, aged 19, cause of death unknown)
Holden, Private William (d1921, aged 26, cause of death unknown)
Slaughter, Private Frederick (d1919, aged 41, illness)
Vincent, Private Fred (d1919, aged 30, cause of death unknown)
Willmer, Private Frederick (d1915, aged 37, illness)