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THE VOLUNTEER MOVEMENT.                     175
Ernest Gresham Moore, High-street, East Grinstead, Lieutenant since Feb. 27th, 1901 ; made Captain March, 1905, and granted at the same time the honorary rank of Major. Is Commanding Officer of the Cyclist Company of the Battalion. Was formerly a Captain in the 1st Notts (Eobin Hood) E.V.
The following have held office as Sergeant-Instructors:
Sergt. Smith, Royal Sussex Militia. He did not nominally rank as Sergeant-Instructor, but did excellent work in getting the Corps into shape.
Sergt. Edward Brind, 21st Scots Fusiliers, died in 1870.
Sergt. Hand, 60th Rifles.
Sergt. J. C. Raw, 100th Foot, from Nov. 15th, 1878, to Aug. 3rd, 1886.
Sergt. James Palmer, Royal Sussex Regiment, Sept. 15th, 1886, to April 15th, 1897.
Col.-Sergt. H. W. Saynor, Royal Sussex Regiment, April 1st, 1897, to Jan., 1905.
Col.-Sergt. H. W. Gallop for two months in 1905.
Col.-Sergt. A. Nye, Royal Sussex Regiment, appointed July, 1905.
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