TAG: deaths and obituaries

10 June 2003

Myo Min Thuang

The OBA is shocked and greatly saddened by the sudden death of yet another O.B. in such appalling circumstances.

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14 April 2003

John H Carden (H/A. 1942-46)

John Carden died on 14 April 2003, aged 75 years. There are not many persons whom one can claim to have known for the whole of one’s life. Such was my lifelong friendship with John Herbert Carden (H/A. 1942-46), who was born within a few weeks of me in Kemp Town where our parents were friends.

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25 November 2002

Dan Braden (R. 1987-92)

Daniel was one of 202 people killed in the terrorist bombing of a nightclub on the Indonesian island of Bali in 2002.

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07 August 2002

The Hon. Leslie J Leathers (C. 1925-29)

The Hon. Leslie J Leathers (C. 1925-29) died on 7th August 2002 at his home in Odiham, Hampshire, shortly before his 91st birthday.

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11 September 2001

Robert Eaton (H. 1977-80)

Robert died in the World Trade Center attack in New York on the 11th September 2001.

Robert, a former St Paul's Cathedral chorister, was working near the top of the North Tower for Cantor Fitzgerald. He was married to an American, Jacqui, in a ceremony in New York.

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18 June 1998

Pat Forster (S. 1926-31)

Many years ago I had my first experience of Old Brightonian cricket. As was often the case in those days, and indeed, some things never change, the Old Brightonians were one short and I was asked to make up the numbers.

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01 February 1998

Ben Pettit

The tragic death, in February this year, of Ben Pettit is still on the minds of many of us. As a lasting memory to his name the school would like to raise a memorial to him in the form of an annual book prize.

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11 March 1915

Second Lieutenant William Hugh Coxon (Ch. 1907-11)

Military Service Second Lieutenant in the Sherwood Foresters. Date of Death: 4pm, 11th March, 1915, aged 22. Grave Reference Le Touret Memorial, Pas De Calais, France.

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16 February 1915

Reginald Thomas Barrett Pope (BC. 1891-94)

Lieutenant, Welsh Regiment. Born: July 28th, 1891. Brighton College Junior House, 1891-1894. Killed in action, France, Feb 16th, 1915, aged 23.

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01 February 1915

Albert Arundel Holmes (Sc. 1885-88)

Albert Arundel Holmes (Sc. 1885-88), Captain, Royal Sussex Regiment. Born: January 16th, 1872, died of pneumonia, May 1915 aged 43.

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10 November 1914

Ernest Lionel Lane-Anderson (Du. 1909-10)

Born: December 24th, 1893, Killed in action, France, Nov 10th, 1914.

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01 November 1914

Harley Norman Duff (Sc. 1912-23)

Born: June 9th, 1896, Killed in action, Wytschaete, Nov 1st, 1914.

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01 November 1914

Rodolph Armbruster (Sc. 1911-12)

Killed in action, France, Nov, 1914

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22 August 1913

2nd Lt. Vincent Waterfall (BC. 1907-09) - "100th year anniversary of the death of an honourable OB"

The very first two British officers to be killed in WW1 were 2nd Lt. Vincent Waterfall who had qualified as a pilot from the Royal Aero Club (RAC) in 1913 aged 20 (Brighton College 1907-09) and Lt. Vincent Gordon Bayly of St Pauls.

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