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LIEU -( Of J A C. QUILTE!, ROYAL MARINES.
,AAO i W ().CAtIILEY, D.S.O., I SIIUFOLK REGD.
CAr’1AIN A. T. CHAPMAN, E. SURREY REGT
CAPTAIN R. B. TROTTER CAMERON HIIOHLANDERS.
CAPTAIN FRANK POTr, WESTERN CANADA REGT
LIEUr ROBERT P. BEHRENS LI. WALS BORDERERS. Ilj
LT-COL. W. L. ALEXANDER YORKSHIRE REGT.
CAPTAIN A. D. I. RAY, WORCESTERSHIRE REGT.
J MAJOR R. C. SLACKE, E. KENT REGT.
2.uD LILUT. D. D. WEINBERG BLACK WATCH.
CAPTAIN H. J. EAST, YORK AND LANCASTER REGT.
LIEUT. R BERNARD, ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIERS.
LT.-COL E. R A. SHEARMAN, poi HUSSARS.
MAJOR W. H. PATERSOL. E. SURREY REGf.
CAPTAIN HON. J. N. BIGGE, T. KING’S ROYAL RIFLE CORPS. ”
CAPTAIN G. O. LEES, W , R HIGHLANDERS OF CANADA
CAPTAIN KI J. MAPLES, E. STAFFS. REGT.
No LT. KENNETH S. TROITER RIFLE BRIGADE.
LIEUT.-COL. R A. ROOTH,I ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIERS.
MAJOR CHARLES H. CORBETT, * QUEEN MARY’S OWN HUSSARS. R
-i MAJOR B. GH BARRINGTON- KENNETT, GRENADIER GDS.Oo
zo LT. ROBERT B. CONDUITr, SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS.
CAPT. T. L. SHELFORD. R.N., ‘ H.M.S. “GOLIA[H. ‘
CAPT. FRANCIS GRENFELL, V.C., 9- LANCERS.
ýLT.-COL. HON. P. C. EVANS- ‘FREKE, LEICESTERSH. YMRY.
MAJOR H. R BOTTOMLEY, QUEEN’S W. SURREY REGT.
CAPT. HON. G. H. LYON PLAY- CFAIR, ROY. FIELD ARTILLERY.
2ND LIEUT. R. N. STUART, ROYAL SCOTS FUSILIERS.
CAPTAIN V. IK GILLILAND, ROYAL IRISH RIFLES. 1 ~A NV KGLIAD
2ND LIEUT. C. R. FAUSSET, ROYAL IRISH REGT.
LT-COL. L. I. WOOD, C.M.G., BORDER REGT.
MAJOR G. F. MULLER, ROYAL MARINE L I.
MAJOR G. V S. BOWLBY, ROY. HORSE GUARDS (BLUES).
CAPT. F. J. 0. MACKINNON,½ GORDN HIGHLANDERS
an LT.T.. M’CLELLAND, LIVERPOOL REGT.
d ,r LIEUT. H. P. CLARK., ‘7S.µ STAFFORD RaST j
Our portraits of officers who have given their lives for their country include that of the Hon. Percy Cecil Evans-Freke, uncle of Lord Carbery. Major Charles H. Corbett had served m India and South Africa (Tirah medal, two clasps, and Queen’s and King’s South African medals, two clasps), and was. a fine polo-player. Major William Qxenham Cautley won his D S.O. frr conspicuous gallantry and great skill in handling his men near La Quinque Rue. Major R. C. Slacke was the sqn of the late Capt. Sir Owen Randal Slacke, C.B., and Lady Slacke, St. Leonard’s Terrace, Chelsea. Capt. Hon. John Neville Bigge was the only son of Lord and Lady Stamfordham. Lord Ltamfordham is Private Secretary to H.M. the King.
Capt. Hon. G. H. Lyon Playfair was the only son of Lord Playfair, C.V.O. Capt. Francis Grenfell, V.C., was the first officer in the Army to receive the Victoria Cross in the present war. His twin brother, Capt. ” Rivy ” (Riversdale) Grenfell was killed in action on September 14, and his cousin, Capt. the Hon. Julian Henry Francis Grenfell, D.S.O., eldest son of Lord and Lady Desborough, has just died of wounds. All these members of the Grenfell family were fine soldiers, keen s;ortsmen, and among the best-known and best-liked men in the Army. Major H. M. Finch was mentioned in despatches, and won his D.S.O. in February. Major-Gen. William Thursby Bridges, C.M.G., was commanding the Australian [Conainued oaesi .
DEAD ON THE FIELD OF HONOUR: OFFICERS KILLED IN ACTION. PHtlar o RAnp [ i lB il ni SI, H1As.n ¢), Al)as s, aIN E, BARN*S , WvsioN, LnAI A v [u , H ¢,,,I:Is HL lvs s, MIAL[ ANSI lF,'(j LANn,,Fii., LonI’,,’ SI RS )IIo Iý i G), I l i I I I
MAJ.-GE. W. T. BRIDGE C.M G.. COM. AUSTRALN CO
CAPTAIN M. . PHILLIP ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY
CAPTAIN G. D. LEAKE, F. LANCASHIRE REGT
RING’S ROYAL. RIFLE CORP..+
LIEUT T . DAVSOA O ROY.HORSE GUARDS BLUES
LT. C. TREVENEN HOLLAND, ROYAL FTIELD ARTILLERY.
MAJOR C. A. WILKINSON, KING’S SHROPSHIRE L.I.
I. CAPTAIN H. E. GOODBODY, LEINSrER REGT.
CAPT. A. H. P. CRUICKSHANK V-n SIKHS.
2ao LT. GEOFFREY ANGELL, GURKIHA RIFLES.
CAPTAIN S. G. BATES, 71x HUSSARS.
SO o E. V. B.-ULLEELLYN EONES, SUFFOLK REGIMENT.,
MAJOR H. M FINCH, D.S.O., ROYAL BERKS REGT.
CAPTAIN R. E. ENGLISH, N. SOMERSET YEOMANRY.
CAPTAIN L S. DENNY, KINGS DRAGOON GUARDS
LIEUT. MICHAEL L. BRAITH- WAITE, R.F.C. AND R.F.A.
SLIEUT. HON. G. P. FRENCH, S. WALES BORDERERS.
r LIEUT. E. J. DRUITT, ROYAL BERKSHIRE REGT.
LIEUT.-COL. G. S. TULLOH, GLOUCESTER RECT.
CAPTAIN E. C. DORMAN, ROYAL MUNSTER FUSILIERS
CAP. C. E W. BLAND, D.SO K.O. SCOTTISH BORDENERS
,- 3.- GASE
inn LIEUT C E. H. LOXTON, N. STAFFS. REGT.
:LT. ULICK COLLIS-BROWNE, Is1 BATT. K.O.Y.L.I.
MAJOR JOHN MACKENZIE, V.C., BEDFORDSHIRE REGT.
CAPTAIN T. V T T. NEVILLE, jun DRAGOONS.
-CAPTAIN EDGAR R. COLES, , 3-E DRAGOON GUARDS.
LIEUT. G. W. DAMAN. SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS
LT. W. H. GRENVILLE-GREY KING’S ROYAL RIFLE CORPS
LIEUT. HERBERT STEWART, DURHAM LI.L
SCOL. SIR GEORGE H. FARRAR, Br., D.SO.. UN OFS. 4 FORCES.
(rT H-ON. JULIAN H. F (REN- FS11, D.S.0, ROY. DRA(GOONS.
MAJOR P M. DOVE, SRWOOD FORESTERS
uLT. W. E. POLLARD-URQU- ART, ROY. SUSSEX REG”
LIEUT. V. C. M KIEVER MANCHESTER REGT.
r LIEUT. A. W. BOURKE, ROYAL IRISH FUSILIERS.
Contingent. Col. Sir George Farrar was Assistant-Quartermaster-General of the Union Forces under General Botha. lie was Chairman of the East Rand Proprietary Mines, and lived at Bedford Farm, Transvaal, and his English home was Chicheley Hall, Buckinghamshire. Major John Mackenzie, V.C., had a distinguished record, and won his Cross in i9oo for most gallant conduct at Dompoassi, in Ashanti. Capt. T. V. T. Thacker Neville served in South Africa (Queen’s medal, five clasps). Major P. M. Dove had seen service on the Gold Coast, in the Sudan (medals), and in the South African War (Queen’s medal, five clasps). 2nd Lieut. N. M. K. Bertie was the youngest son of Rev. the Hon. Alberic Edward and Lady Caroline
Bertie, of Gedling Rectory, Nottingham. Lieut. Michael Braithwaite was a daring and chivalrous aviator, a son of the late Rev. J. M. Braithwaite, Vicar and Rural Dean of Croydon, and brother of the well-known actress, Miss Lilian Braithwaite. 2nd Lieut. the Hon. George Philip French was the fifth son of the fourth Baron de Freyne. Lieut. Charles Trevenen Holland was the only son of the late Col. James Trevenen Holland, C.B., D.L., and Mrs. Trevenen Holland, of Mount Ephraim House, Tunbridge Wells. Major G. V. S. Bowlby, of the Royal Horse Guards, was a fine soldier and keen polo-player. He was in the House- hold Cavalry Team which won the A-my Cup at Ranelagh last year.