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A l1AIN H, II RERNLR., IRISH GUARDS.
CAPTAIN A B. PRIESTLEY, DL. 5ETSH:RE REGIMENT
LIEUT. LIONEL F. H. MUNDY, ROYAL HORSE ARTILLERY
LIEUT. R. K. SWANWICK. GLOUCESTERSHIRE REGIMJAEN
CAPT. C. A. DE G. DALGCLIH, THE BLACK WATCH.
The enemy is taking a heavy toll of our brave men. If space permitted, we would like to make some reference to each of our portraits, but we are only able to refer to a few. Captain Lord Arthur Hay, brother of the Marquess of Twee”dale, came of a fighting stock, his grandfather having been one of the Aides-de-Camp to the ” Iron Duke,’ after whom Lord Arthur was named. Captain Lord Guernsey was A.D.C. to the Governor of Gibraltar in 1905. Lord Guernsey was the eldest son of the eighth Earl of Aylesford. Lieutenant-Colonel E. H. Montresor served with distinction in the Soudan Expedition, 1884-5, and in the South African War. Captain Mark Haggard entered the Army in 900oo and was promoted to Captain the following year. He served in the South African War with the C.I.V. Lieutenant-Colonel Louis St. Gratien Le Marchan, D.S.O., was the son of the Rev. Robert Le Marchant, Rector of Little Reisington, Gloucestershire, and served with distinction with the Chitral Relief Force, and in South Africa. Brigadier – General Neil Douglas Findlay, C.B., served with much distinction in the South African War. Major J. H. W. Johnstone, who was killed in action on September 17, was a popular officer in the Royal Field Artillery. Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Evelyn Ridley Bradford
CAPT LORD ARTHUR V. HAY, IRISH GUARDS.
LIIUT. R H. BOND, KING’S ROYAL RFI.LES.
LIEUT.-COL. L. ST. G. LE MARCHANT EAST LANCASIHIRE REGIMENT.
CAPTAIN R. E, DRAKE, LINCOLNSHIRE REGIMENT.
LIEUT.-COL. E. H. MONTRESOR, ROYAL SUSSEX REGIMENT.
2nD LT. G. S. R. THOMPSON, KING’S ROYAL RIFLES.
CAPTAIN LORD GUERNSEY, IRISH GUARDS.
LT. J. R. PICKERSGILL-CUNLIFFE, GRENADIER GUARDS.
/, I. BRIG.GEN N.Dl. FINDLAY,
CAPT. G. WYNTER BLATHIWAYT. ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY.
‘i’d CAPTAIN LEONARD SLATER, ROYAL SUSSEX REGIMENT.
CAPTAIN MARK HAGGARD WELSH RLGIMENT ý….
LIEUT. JOHN BLOOMFIELD GOUGH, ROYAL HORSE ARTILLERY,
LIEUT. FREDERIC DE VERE BRUCE ALLFREY, 9,H LANCERS.
MAJOR J. H. W. JOHNSTONE, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY.
COL, SIR E. R BRADFORD, BT., SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS.
LIEUT. C. S. STEELE-PERKINS, ROYAL LANCASTER REGT.
LIEUT. VOLTELIN HEATH ROYAL HORSE GUARDS.
iit LIEUT. D. C. BINGHAM, COLDSTREAM GUARDS.
* bl I – i~ .I 1 LEUT . R. L. Q. HENRIQUES, ~ ROYAL WEST SURREY REGT.
was second Baronet, and had served with distinction at the battles of Atbara and Khartoum, and in South Africa. Lieutenant-Colonel G. C. Knight was doing good service with the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment at the time he was killed. Mr. Vincent John Dawson Ascott, killed in action at Karonga, Nyasaland, -as a loyal young planter, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ascott, of Bideford, North Devon. Major H. F. F. B. Foljambe was a popular officer in the King’s Royal Rifle Corps, 2nd Battalion. Mr. Percy Lyulph Windham was a son of the late Right Hon. George Wyndham, P.C., and the Countess Grosvenor, and married last year the Hon. Diana Lister, daughter of Lord Ribblesdale. Captain Bertrand Stewart had the unique experience of being arre.ted, for alleged espionage, in Germany, and was released before his term had expired. He was very popular in West Kent. Lieutenant the Hon. Leopold F. Scarlett was the youngest brother of Lord Abinger. Colonel Frank Ridley Farrer Boileau joined the Royal Engineers in 1887, and had served with distinction in India and in the South African War.
CAPTAIN J. B. JENKINSON, r RIFLE BRIGADE.
CAPTAIN A. E. CATHCARY, S KING S ROYAL RIFLES.
MAJOR H. F. F. B. FOLJAMBE, KING’S ROYAL RIFLES.
VINCENT JOHN DAWSON ASCOTT (PLANTER).
C’C CAPTAIN D. K L. LUCAS-TOOTH, ‘ oTI LANCERS.
LT. THE HON. L. F. SCARL.ETT OF SUBMARINE ” A.E. .
CAPTAIN A. M. HEWAT, ROYAL SCOTS.
CAPTAIN C. O. DENMAN-JUBB, DUKE OF WELLINGTON’S REGT Sl~~ .,·- ·
r fli 11 gi LIEUT. PERCY LYULPH WYNDHIAM, COLDSTREAM GUARDS.
LIEUT. DOUGAL C. C. SEWELL, ROYAL WEST KENT REGT.
LIEUT.-COL. G. C KNIGHT, LOYAL N. LANCASHIRE REGT
2o LT. E. J. V. C. THOMPSON, ROYAL WELSH FUSILIERS.
z1D LIEUT. G. W. POLSON, THE BLACK WATCH.
CAPTAIN BERTRAND STEWART, WEST KENT YEOMANRY (T.FN *ti.
COLONEL F. R F BOILEAU, ROYAL ENGINEERS.