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LIEUT P. W. R. DOLL, KING’S (LIVERPOOL) REGIMENT. `


1 I I CAPT. HENRY ADAM ASKEW BORDER REGIMENT.


CAPT. R. E. M. PAKENHAM, ROYAL MUNSTER FUSILIERS.


i iie LT. I.MJ U I!EAN MacANDREW, SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS.


. LIEUT. . R. J. MYLLES, HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY


F t CAPTAIN H. C. ROME, j PUNJABIS


SLT DOUGLAS HOLME WIGGIN, GLOUCESTERSHIRE REGT.


MAJOR T. F. MURRAY, HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY.


ENG .CAP T . G TAYLOR M.V. RN, .M.S. TIER


i~~ LCOMMR H L SHEPHARD, #7C RN., H.MS. “VIENOR” RN. HM.S ‘YIKOA


CAPTAIN L. HAROLD BIRT. ROYAL BERKSHIRE REGIMENT., #= // 1~L- ~~11I.- __ .-~·X


LIEUT L. CAlL NICHOLSON D.S.O., ROYAL BERKS. REST.


COM. E. O. BALLANTYNE R.N. R.M.S. ‘VIKNOR.”


CAPT. HYACINTH A. ROCHE R. MUNS. SUS. AND R.F.C.


MAJ. REG. GARRET COOPER-KING, WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT.


CAPTAIN BASIL ORLEBAR, BEDFORDSHIRE REGIMENT.


MAJOR G. H. RALEIGH. ESSEX REGT. R. FLYING CORPS.


LIEUT. CLIVE GUISE ,MOORES. ROYAL ENGINEERS.


Our portraits this week include that of Lieut. Doll, killed in action at Veldhoek, near Ypres, on October 3x. Major Murray was the eldest son of the late T. J. Murray, I.C.S., and Lady Elliott, Fernwood, Wimbledon Park. Captain Henry Adam Askew fought in South Africa, and wore the Queen’s medal with three clasps. Eng.-Captain C. G. Taylor, M.V.O., was the son of the late Rev. A. L. Taylor, of Ruabon. Captain Basil John Orlebar belonged to a well-known Bedfordshire family, and was the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Orlebar, late of Silsoe, and had been recommended “for mention” in


despatches. Commander Ernest O. Ballantyne was the youngest son of Dr. Alexander Ballantyne, of Dalkeith. Major G. H. Raleigh lost his life in the fall of his aeroplane in the North of France. Lieut. Douglas Holme Wiggln, who died of wounds In Slanders, got his commission at the age of eighteen, just before the outbreak of the war, and had been promoted lieutenant only a few days before his death. Captain Lightly Harold Birt had won the D.S.O. for ” skill and courage at Villers Cotterets ” and elsewhere. Captain Hyacinth Albert Roche was the son of Sir George and Lady Roche, of Merrion Square, Dublin.



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Issue 3955. - Vol CXLVI

Feb, 06 1915

Illustrated London News