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LIEUT. MAURICE A. LEY. THE BUFFS
CAPTAIN H R DAVISS. ROYAL IRISH RIFLES.
i LIEUT. G. G. MARSHALL I … HUSSARS.
eo LIEUT. F. C. HATTON, YORKSHIRE REGIMENT.
i LIrUT. R. WDOUGALL, THE BUFFS.
LIEUT. A. C. HOLME, LOSTER REGIMENT.
In the portraits of officers who have lost their lives in the war which we give on this page is included that of 2nd Lieut. Maurice A. Ley, 3rd Battahon of the Buffs, the third son of Sir Francis Ley, Bt., whose two other sons have just left for the front. Mr. Ley lost his life in turning “to help his men.” 2nd Lieut. Musgrave Cazenove Wroughton. of the Izth Lancers, was only twenty-three, and lived only a few hours after he was wounded on October 3o. He was very popular with his regiment. Lieut.-Colonel Arthur Jex-Blake Percival, D.S.O., of the Northumberland Fusiliers, was the youngest son of the Right Rev. J. Percival, Bishop of Hereford, and served with distinction in the Soudan and was present at Khartoum; he served also in the South African War. Lieu’.-Colonel
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LIEUT L. H. HAWKINS. str DRAGOON GUARDS.
CAPT R. F. S. STANLEY-CREEK, ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT, Ita _U~Y b`
2ND LIEUT. L. H. HUGHES, N. STAFFS. REGIMENT.
sI LIEUT. A. G. SMITH, ROYAL ENGINEERS.
2ND LIEUT. C. S. WOOLCOMBE. K.O. SCOTTISH BORDERERS.
LIEUT-COL. A. J. B. PERCIVAL, D.S O, NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS.
CAPTAIN P. B. LENDON, ROYAL LANCS. REGIMENT. NOW~C~r~ilA
awo LIEUT. SIR G. N. OGILVY, BT, SCOTS GUARDS. 1.._._
LIEUT. W. D. M. TRIMMER, HAMPSHIRE REGIMENT “””””‘” ~ “”””
CAPTAIN HON A O’NEILI. t, LIFE GUARDS
‘7 CAPTAIN F. ALLEN. LOALN LNCEGIMNT
tD LIEUT. W. S. PETERSEN 2No lIFE GUARDS.
LIEUT. O. C. W. THOMPSON WEST YORKS REGIMENT.
zo LIEUT G G R WILLIAMS, NORTH LANCS. REGIMENT. ii
LIEUT. R. M MACDONALD, SQ O. CAMERON HIGHLANDERS.
LT N. W. H. LEGGE-BOURKE, COLDSTREAM GUARDS.i
$ LIEUT J. H L. WALCOTT, 2,D GURKHAS.
‘I 2ND LIEUT. C L. BENTLEY, MANCHESTER REGIMENT
LIEUT E B BAKER KING’S ýLIVERPOOL REGIMENT)
Percival was awarded, for service in Egypt, the British medal and the Khedive’s medal with clasp; in the South African War he was mentioned three times In despatches, Queen’s medal (four clasps), King’s medal (two clasps), and D S O. ; and now, as an old school-fellow says, he has ” crowned his line career by a brave death.” Captain the Hon. Arthur Edward Bruce O’Neill was the eldest son of the second Baron O’Neill, and M.P. for Antrim Co., Mid-Antrim Division. He served in South Africa in tgoo. He married, in 9goa, Lady Annabel Hungerford Crewe-Milnes, eldest daughter of the Marquess of Crewe. Captain Stanley-Creek was for many years a member of the regimental polo team which won the Infantry Tournament in the year in which he left India.