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LT. F A. H CASTBERG, MIDDLESEX REGIMENT.
LT. H. W. ETHELSTON, “P”} GRENADIER GUARDS.
ICOLONEL COLIN McLEAN GORDON HIGHLANDERS.
CAPT. W. U. M. CAMPBELL, HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY. L .i .. ….. …. . .. …. … . . .
LT. W. M. ROSS GORDON HIGHLANDERS.
LT-COL L R I,;SHER-ROWE. (.RENAD)IER GUARDS.
CAPT. W T STACKHOUSE SHERWOOD FORESTERS.
2ND LT. R. DE STACPOOLE, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY.
CAPT. R A. C. MURRAY SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS. L,~~.. _._._ _~1 iB
LT. ALBERT E. MORGAN, ROY. FUSILIERS AND RF.C.
SND LT. R H. J JOHNSON ESSEX REGIMENT.
CAPT E M. GRANTHAM LINCOLNSHIRE REGIMENT.
CAPT AND ADJ. T. R. ALD- WORTH mnI R. BERKS R;T
zo LT. CYRIL F. AUSTIN, 2ND QUEEN S REGIM:ENT.
LT. BRIAN OSBORNE, lgTI HUSSARS.
LT H. G. EVAN-JONES, . WELSH REGIMENT. 1 l.i .~… . ..~~
LT. R. E C. WEIGALL. SHERWOOD FORESTERS.
CAPT. HARRY R S PJULMAN, ROYAL FUSILIERS.
LT. J. BENETT-DAMPIER. CHESHIRE REGIMENT.
CAPT. JAMES DIXON, MIDDLESEX REGIMENT.
N LT W.H CLARKE, WORCESTERSHIRE REGT.
ri LT. P. M. J. POWER ROYAL ARMY MED. CORPS.
2ND LT. C. W. A. CR:CHTON, 3xD BT. LONDON REGT. (T.F.)
2ND LT. A. C. FOSTER, GRENADIER GUARDS.
LT-COMMR. F J. G. M. ELKES. ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE.
LT. N. DONALDSON, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY.
CAPT. H. R. SPARENBORG ROYAL LANCS. REGIMENT.
CAPT. G. A TAYLOR, LEINSTER REGIMENT.
CAPT. LORD BRABOURNE, GRENADIER GUARDS.
LI. HERBERT LOOMES. LOYAL N. LANCS. REG.MENT.
ii. LT. R G. R. HOGAN, ROYAL BERKSHIRE REGT
LT. J. H LYLE HALLER, EAST SURREY REGIMENT.
LT. FERGUS A. SUTTON, zD S. LANCS. REGIMENT. il ~ .. .. .. . . . …
LT. T. S. LUKIS. r3TH LONDON REGT. (T.)
2ND LT. D. H. G. NORTHCOTE, THE BUFFS.
Such successes as Neuve Chapelle involve heavy losses on both sides, and our portraits include those of a number of officers whose lives were given in that memorable action. Lieut. F. A. H. Castberg died of wounds received at Neuve Chapelle. Lieut.-Col. Laurence Rowe Fisher-Rowe served in the South African War (Queen’s medal, six clasps; and King’s medal, two clasps). 2nd Lieut. Roderick de Stacpoole was youngest son of the Duke and Duchess de Starpoole. One of his brothers was killed on the Aisne, and two are on active service. Lieut. Albert E. Morgan was killed in an aeroplane at Neuve Chapelle. Capt. Harry S. Pulman, killed at Neuve Chapelle, had been identified with Volunteer and Territorial Forces for twenty-five years. Capt. Lord Brabourne was third Baron, and is succeeded by his uncle, the Hon. Cecil Marcus Knatchbull-Hugessen. 2nd Lieut. C. F. Austin was married only a week or two before he was killed. Major Chandos Leigh, D.S.O., [ Cottinned offi ,.
DEAD ON THE FIELD OF HONOUR: OFFICERS KILLED IN ACTION. -AND RuSSRa, BnrAnrr, DowaNBY, VANDERBILT, SWAIN, VAN RAnTY, MaU.L A* Fox, HILLS AND SAMONDRS, B.RWNIN C.N., CN I CANCLIOR, AND LANoGIER.
KO. SCOTTISH BORDERERS.
AOL LT W J KERR SCOTTISH RIFLES
LT.-COL W. MI BLISS, SCOTTISH RIFLES.
N LT. A. M. WALLACE, NORTHAMPTON REGIMENT.
CAPT. HON. G. H. DOUGLAS- PENNANT, GREN. GUARDS.
LT.-COL. G. POPE NEWSTEAD, SUFFOLK REGIMENT.
CAPT. E. C. GATES, s1″53 BATT. LONDON REGT.
CAPT. STEPHEN GARRETT, SUFFOLK REGIMENT.
LT. C. STEEL, ARG. AND SUTH. HIGHLDRS.
ASST. PAYM. D. C. CHORLEY, H.M.S. “BAYANO.”
T ERIC GILBEY, RIFLE BRIGADE.
LT. G. C. B. LOOS,. WORCESTERSHIRE REGT.
SLT. H. GERARD MATHIESON, ROYAL FUSILIERS (T.F.)
OND LT. W. L. TATE, ROYAL FUSILIERS (T.F.)
CAPT. C. A. LAFONE, D.S.O., DEVONSHIRE REGIMENT.
CAPT. J. R. L. HEYLANI, GRKHA RIFLES.
CAPT. B. C. SPARROW, S GARHWAL RIFLES.
CAPT. SIR E H. W. HULSE, SCOTS GUARDS.
~n LT. B. T. HOLLAND, THE BLACK WATCH.
_I uno LT. THE HON. H. C. STONOR, BEDFORDSH. REGT.
LT. H. O. D. BECHER, SCOTTISH RIFLES.
2ND LT. C. R. VANCE, CHESHIRE REGIMENT.
.1 r—– – –“` i £ MAJOR ARUNDELL NEAVE. i 6rH LANCERS
MAJOR C. ERIC CLOUGH ARMY SERVICE CORPS
a X LT. R. H. CARDEN, ND WILTSHIRE REGIMENT.
CAPT J. G. W. WILLOUGHBY, Q.V.O. LIGHT CAVALRY.
CAPT. C. E. WOOD, WELSH FUSILIERS.
B1 L T. J. C. TYNDALL, ROYAl- DUBLIN FUSILIERS
MAJOR REGINALD E. BOND, 4TH RAJPUTS.
2ND LT. CF. BURNAND, GRENADIER GUARDS.
LT. c R. C. BEAN, S. STAFFORDSHIRE REGT.
z.D LT. E C, UCHS ROYAL HORSE ARTILLERY. 1
21ND LT. L. G. B. CRABB, E SURREY REGIMENT,
LT. W. DENNE WATERS, SHERWOOD FORESTERS.
LT. Mi A. A. DARBY, GRENADIER GUARDS.
mN LT. W. H. COXON, SHIERWOOD FORESTERS.
Cooan’ued. was elder son of the Hon. Sir E. Chandos Leigh, K.C., K.C.B. Capt. the Hon. G. H. Douglas-Pennant was second son of the second Lord Penrhyn, and was a great hunter of big game. Lieut. Eric Gilbey was younger son of Sir Walter and Lady Gilbey. Capt. Sir Edward Hulse was the only son of the Hon. Lady Hulse and a grandson of Lord Burnham. Lieut. the Hon. H. C. Stonor was the son of the fourth Baron Camoys and Lady Jessie Camoys. Major Arundell Neave was second son of the late Sir Arundell Neave and Lady Neave of Dagnam Park, Romford. Major C. Eric Clough was born in South Australia, and was a splendid rider. There is not one name in the long list which does not stand for conspicuous courage shown at Neuve Chapelle, or in some other notable action during the war.