Commemorating and remembering the lives of the men and women of Chailey, Sussex during the Great War 1914-1918 and remembering too the sick and wounded soldiers nursed by Sussex 54 VAD. This is their story.
Parish Magazine lists Arthur Weller only once and that is in a special list of
attested men published in January 1916.This
is possibly the same Arthur Weller who appears on the 1901 census of England and Wales as a 13
year old living at Lindfield,
Sussex with his
family.The family comprised Alfred
Weller, head (aged 51, working as a gardener), Lucy Weller (wife, aged 38),
Arthur, Frederick Weller (aged 11), Alice Weller (aged nine) and Blanche Weller
had been born in Fletching, his wife in Wivelsfield.Arthur and Frederick were born in Newick,
Alice in Chailey and Blanche in Lindfield. Nothing
else is known about this man.