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H L1.T W P HIEFFERNAN. ROYA L IRISH REGI.
(APTAIN E G MYLNE, IRISH GUARDS.
CAPT drON. C. MEYSEY- THOMPSON, RILE BRIG.
2 LIEUTA. C BROOK, MANCHESTER REGT.
LIEUT. F R. THACKERAY. D OF WELLINGTONS RGT.
FLIGHT LT. H G. WANKLYN, ROYAL FLYING CORPS
z LIEUT H. F. BOLES. 17i LANCERS AT. R.F.C.)
CAPTAIN JCHN FRANCIS, WARWILCKSHIRE REGI.
LIEUT. G. S. JAMES, MANCHESTER REGT.
CAPT. A. CLIVE LEECH, MANCHESTER REGT.
LIEUT. A. J. TRINDER. NORTHUMBERLAND SUS.
LT. ALAN E. G. HULTON, ARMY SERVICE CORPS.
LIEUT. G. A. SKIPWITH. ROYIL FLYING CORPS.
MAJOR J. H. STAVEACRE, MANCHESTER REGT.
CAPT. HON. E. W. M. BRABAZON, D.S.O., COLDSTREAM GUARDS.
MAJOR H. A. LANG, WORCESTERSHIRE REGT.
LT. -COMMR. R. S. PARSONS, HOOD BATTN., RN. DIVN.
H LT DENYS BRINCKMAN, ROYAL IRISH FUSILIERS.
CAPTAIN R. E. FORRESTER, BLACK WATCH.
LIEUT. J. W. HART, RN.V.R
/ I . CAPT. PHILIP SHEPHEARD, ESSEX REGT
2’n LT. W. R C SIMPSON, BORDER REGT
Id :.n LT. H. H. O’SULLIVA1, N. STAFFORDSHIRE REG?.
LIEUT. G. F. HADOW, YORKSHIRE REGT.
ýt 2z LT. W. W. HARDWICK. MIDDLESEX REGT.
CAPTAIN O. R. WALKER, WORCESTERSHIRE REGT.
CAPT. ST. J. ADCOCK. LEINSTER REGT.
-7 21 LT: C.. W.BANISTER, ROYAL FUSILIERS.
7 LIEUT. R P. HALDANE, . BLACK WATCH. i
LT. H. S. ROY MONTESOLE, ROYAL SUSSEX REST. i··,I~I ~ :i4
Lieut. Denys Brinckman was the son of Major R. Brinckman, late of the same regiment, the Irish Fusiliers. Capt. Edward Graham Mylne was the eldest son of the Right Rev. L. G. Mylne, Rector of Alvechurch, Worcestershire, formerly Bishop of Bombay. Capt. John Francis was the great-grandson of John Francis, the first man given a commission as Lieutenant in the Volunteer movement of 1803. Capt. Robert Edgar Forrester was A.D.C. to the Viceroy of India in 19o5, and served with distinction in the South African War. Capt. the Hon. Claude H. M. Meysey-Thompson was the son and heir of Lord Knaresborough.
Capt. the Hon. Ernest W. M. Molyneux Brabazon, D.S.O., was the youngest son of the Earl and Countess of Meath. He won his D.S.O. in December, and was in the same list as his eldest brother, Lord Ardee, of the Irish Guards. Lieut. F. R. Thackeray was mentioned in despatches in February, and awarded the Military Cross. Lieut. Robert Patrick Haldane was the eldest son of Sir William Haldane, Crown Agent for Scotland, of 55, Melville Street, Edinburgh, and nephew of Lord Haldane. Lieut. Alan Edward Guy Hulton was the second Fellow of All Souls’ College, Oxford, to fall in the war.