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CAPTAIN FRANCIS W. YATES, K.0 YORKS LIGIIr INS.


CAPTAIN G. EARL ALT, K.G YORKS LIGHT INS.


CAPTAIN R C. Y DERING, K.O. SCOfTISR BORDERERS.


$ y· CAPTAIN C. C. L. TOTTENHAM, ROYAL ENGINEERS.


CAPTAIN E. R. TAYLOR, DUKE OF WELLINGTON’S REGT.


CAPTAIN DAMER WYNYARD, E. SURREY REGT.


MAJOR ERNEST A MYER, CITY OF LONDON RIFLES.


LIEUT. G. M. DRUMMOND, 13TU BATT. CANADIAN INFANTRY.


‘I, LT.-COL. R. L’.”.RT BOYLIfl ,,,, BATT. CANADIAN INFANTRY.


S CAPTAIN JOHN GEDDES, z6o, BATT. CANADIAN SCOTTISH.


CAPTAIN WALTER ANDREWS, 95m RUSSELL S INFANTRY. I


CAPTAIN A. T. S. MS


LIEUT.-COL. W. HART-M’ HARG, BRITISH COLUMBIA REGT.


IEUT.-COL. ARTHUR P. D. BIRCHALL, SUS. AND COMG. 4m BT. CAN. CONT?.


LT.-COL. E. W. R. STEPHENSON, 3_f MIDDLESEX REGT.


CAPTAIN G. L. WATSON, E. SURREY REGT.


of CAPTAIN J. D. GLOVER, 4r BATT. CANADIAN INFANTRY.


, y a. .’ CAPTAIN H. M. FLEMING, CANADIAN SCOTTISH.


CAPTAIN W. F. B. EDWARDS 24m PUNJABIS.


CAPTAIN L. R. E. WEST, Sn. LONDON REGT.


CAPTAN R H. C GLLIAT LEINSTER REGT


/ MAJOR F. j. JJOSLIN., r ROYAL WEST KENT REGT.


MAJOR T. P. LEES, QUEEN VICTORIA RIFLES.


CAPTAIN A. S. HENDERSON, Is: LONDON REGT.


CAPTAIN T. P. WINGATE, K.O. SCOTTISH BORDERERS.


MAJOR G. H. WALFORD, SUFFOLK REGT.


Our portraits this week include that of Major Ernest A. Myer, of whom his Colonel wrote: “He died the death of the brave soldier he was.” Capt. T. Paterson Wingate served with distinction in South Africa and was mentioned in despatches in Spor. Among our eortratts on the followong page is that of Capt. T. Martin Ellis, who served with


distinction in South Africa. Capt. Aubrey O. Creagh was the son of the late Major-Gen. Creagh. Capt. Robert Borras Whiteside was married, in 1903, to the Hon. Leonore Hamilton, eldest daughter of the late Lord Belharen and Stenton. Major Eneas Charles Perkins, 4oth Pathans, was the second surviving son of the late General Sir Eneas [f0/(thllro d onp


DEAD ON THE FIELD OF HONOUR: OFFICERS KILLED IN ACTION. P,,oIoonArns ny N-1 IIneSINAloN ColumIr s, HFATu, BACON, Imon 5- Sav, An C.N


CAPTAIN T. M. ELLIS, D. OF WELLINGTON’S REGT.


U{l, LIEUT. E. BASIL WALKER, ROYAL WEST KENT REGT.


/ / 2o LT. H. MARION-CRAWFORD, IRISH GUARDS.


zo LIEUT. D. L. SUMMERHAYS, QUEEN VICTORIAS RIFLES.


UC LIEUT. KENNETH MDIARMID,E I.O. SCOTTISH BORDERERS.


vo LIEUT. JOHN R. EDDISON, SHERWOOD FORESTERS.


CAPTAIN A. O. CREAGH, iaolli RAJPUTANA INFANTRY.


9. ifJ’ 1 LIEUT. J. B. WEBB, N. STAFFORDSHIRE REGT.


LIEUT.-COL. HENRY L. ROSHER., 2*f DORSET REGT.


No LIEUT. H. G. S. DELEPINE, DUKE OF CORNWALL’S LI.


LIEU. W. B. HIRST, LINCOLNSHIRE REGT.


CAPTAIN R. BORRAS WHITESIDE, ARMY SERVICE CORPS.


k 4I MAJR ANES C PAKI’_ 4o, PTHNS `_…._.


g, 3. MAJOR C. C. IIEILMANN, E. YORKSHIRE REGT.


7 ýn LT. W. B. R. RHODES-MOORHOUSE1 ROYAL FLY1NG CORPS.


CAPT. ALEXANDER M. M. BELL, ROYAL SCOTS FUSILIERS.


LIEUT. ERNEST STRATFORD, ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS.


MAJOR G. W BENNETT. zýý BATT. CANADIAN INFANTRY


I I / raw, 20 LIEUT. VYVIAN B. LEITCH, LIVERPOOL SCOTTISH.


zkn LIEUT. E. L. KELLIE, BEDFORDSHIRT REGT.


y ,1 CAPTAIN J. H. G. MCORMICK, ROY. WARWICKSHIRE REGT.


210 LIEUT. T E. NORTON, EAST SURREY REGT


a LIEUT. R A W. WILLIAMS K. 0 VORKS LIGHT INS


El5 . LIEUT. P. E. N HOWARD ROYAL IRISH REGT.


r r r LIEUT R. W. STERLING,. ROYAL SCOTS FUSILIERS.


I I LIEUT R. K. LEDGER, I RIFLE BRIGADE. -t _ t


Perkins, K.C.B., R.E., and Lady Perkins, It, Cadogan Court, S.W. He gained his first appointment in the Buffs in 1892, and five years later entered the Indian Army, in which he was promoted Major in 1910g. He saw service in the Chitral with the Relief Porce (medal with clasp), and in 19go took part in the operations against the Darwesh


Khel Waziris. 2nd Lieut. Harold Marion-Crawford was the eldest son of the late novelist. 2nd Lieut. W. B. R. Rhodes – Moorhouse died of wounds received while dropping bombs on Courtrai. In the Aerial Derby of sq12 he finished third. 2nd Lieut. E. L. Kelle was the son of Mr. Lawrence Kellie, the well-known song-writer and singer.



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Issue 3968. - Vol CXLVI

May, 08 1915

Illustrated London News