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.
Gorringe appears in a special list of attested men in January 1916 and appears
for the last time in the same list in April 1916.
He appears on
the 1901 census as a 21 year old brick yard labourer living at home with his
father, Amos Gorringe, at South Common, Chailey.Amos is noted as the head of the family; a 61
year old widower also working as a brickyard labourer.