As a result of correspondence from Chris Green, I am happy to include another Chailey man on the roll of honour for the village. Chris writes:
"While carrying out family research I have visited Chailey on a couple of occasions.
My interest is in the Foord family to whom I am related through my maternal Grandmother, L Foord.
Looking at your WW1 Chailey 1914-1918 website I was surprised to see no mention
of my first Cousin one removed, William Foord. He is apparently not listed on the Chailey War memorial, however he is shown on the WW1 commemorative board at Eastbourne Town Hall.
His family, my Grandmother’s brother lived at Cinder Hill, Chailey. One of William’s sister also attended Chailey Heritage School.
William died 25 June 1916. I have visited the family grave at St Peter Chailey & he is commemorated there.
Here are his details for your information.
Private William Albert Foord No.178, 11th Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment
Died 25 June 1916 age 18yr 345 days.
Died of wounds near Richelbourg L’Avoue
Buried Boulogne Eastern Cemetery."
William Albert Foord, RIP.