|WW1 Project||Alfred Alexander Reuben SECRETT||<BACK|
|Warnham Address||Gables, Friday St.
The Banks, Bailing Hill
|Date & Place of Birth||Q1 1875 Ealing|
|Regiment(s)||The Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)
The Royal Sussex Regiment
|Regimental No(s)||GSSR538 (RWK)|
voters Oct 1918, Medal Card, London
Gazette, 1911 census, Parish Magazine, WSCT
No Secretts in Sussex in 1911. Alfred was a builder and he had all
his children baptized in Warnham in
1915. He was appointed as a Parish Guardian in 1914.
July 1917 Warnham Parish Magazine – During the past month QM Sgt Secrett has been made Lt.Quartermaster. He was called to take over the duties of Quartermaster while the Battalion was on the Somme. He has been mentioned in despatches "for exceptionally good work and devotion to duty. He has displayed the greatest zeal, energy and ability in the performance of his duties, and has rendered valuable service to his Battalion." We are glad to record this extract and congratulate him on earning such a tribute. [A A Secrett lived at The Banks on Bailing Hill at about this time.)