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i i CAPTAIN J. F. S. GORDON, CAMERONIANS. .-.-
LIEUT. HUMFREY TALBOT, 3RD DRAGOON GUARDS. i> –
I C I j CAPTAIN F. A. C. LIEBERT, NORTH SOMERSET YEOMANRY, Uw u~. u
Our ” Roll of Honour” portraits this week include those of Captain A. A. McLeod, Ist Batt. Gloucester Regiment, who was killed gallantly leading his company into action to take a farm held by Germans. He was the younger son of the late Lieut.-General W. K. McLeod, of the Highland Light Infantry, and nephew of the late Lieut.-General Sir John McLeod, G.C.B., Colonel of the Black Watch. Captain McLeod served with great distinction in the South African War. He was married last June to Marie Jeannette Amelia, youngest daughter of Lord FitzWarrine Chichester, and grand-daughter of the fourth Marquess of Donegall. Flight-Lieut. Beevor was the brilliant young aviator who
LIEUT. N. G. S. McGRATH, zND DRAGOON GUARDS.
1 CAPTAIN F. FAIRLIE, ROYAL SCOTS FUSILIERS. 4, SC T
MID. J R. LE G. PULLEN, R.N, H.M.S. MONMOUTH ”
21 LIEUT. A. K. NICHOLSON, t8tH HUSSARS
ICAPT. A. A. McLEOD. B sr BATT. GLOUCESTER RGT.
CAPT. J. F. MACKAIN. 34TH SIKH PIONEERS.
FLEET-SURG. PERCIVAL K. NIX. H.M.S. “BULWARK.”
LIEUT. C. L. CORNISH, HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY
U CAPTAIN C. E. HACK, CONNAUGHT RANGERS. F ipjX~ .3
CAPTAIN C. J. LYCN, ROYAL SCOTS FUSILIERS.
L IEUT N W. A. HENDERSON, ROYAL SCOTS FUSILIERS
FLIGHT-LIEUT. C. F. BEEVOR, ROYAL FLYING CORPS,
MATOR H A. HERBERT-STEPNEY. IRISH GUARDS. v_ ..
LIEUTENANT P. S. BANNING, ROYAL MUNSTER FUSILIERS.
was pilot in the aeroplane in which Earl Anne.ley lost his life. Captain F. Fairlie, who was killed in action at Ypres, served with distinction in the South African War, and was a well-known polo-player in India. Lieut. Humfrey Talbot was killed in action at Ypres. Captain James Fergus Mackain was serving with the Indian Expeditionary Force He was the elder son of the Rev. W. James Mackain of Ardnamurchan, Vicar of Pos- lingford, Suffolk. Captain F. A. C. Liebert was in the 3rd Dragoon Guards, and on leaving that regiment joined the North Somerset Yeomanry. Captain C. J. Lyon, killed in action near Ypres, was a fine soldier, mentioned in despatches by Field-Marsha: Sir John French.