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4 J LIEUB. ) 4. AND)ERSON, ROYAL SCOIS


LPLAUTA. R. G. CRAWFORD. PRINCESS PATRICIA S LIGHT INFANTRY.


:”~*1 MAJOR W. A. C. FRASER. DORSET REGIMENT.


£x’ LIEUT. A P. MCCABE, ROYAL WEST SURREY REGiMEN.


LIEUT. MORGAN H. LEWIS. ROYAL SCOTS FUSILIERS.


fAPTAIHN RA S FULEI HER NORTHUMBERLAN4D FU:SILERiS.


CAPTAIN W. K G. RALEY YORKSHiiRE RECIM ENT. I — – ammm-


h BRIG..-GE. W. SCOTT-4ONCRIRFF, ibrni INFANTRY BRIGADE iSCOTTIS).


CAPT. H. BROCKLEHURST XIUKINGTON, MANCHESTER REGIMENT.


CAPT. G. O’D. F. THOMAS – O’DOIrL, ROYAL PUSILIERS.


I-N S cAPTAIN W. 1H. P. RICHARDS, R. M.I.. :ROYAL NAVAL DIVISION.


A CAPTAIN J. D. D. WICKHAM, LINCOLNSHIRE REGIMENT.


MAJOR RICHARD SAKER, CONNAUGHT RANGERS.


b CAPTAIN H. . BRYANT, D.S.O., SHROPSIjRE LIGHT IMPANTRY.


CAPTAIN 5, McdKINNgL, LIVERPOOL. SCOTTISH.


LIEUT A. T. RAILTON, SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS.


h~ LIEU”. L R. POWLE. KING GEBORGE’S OWN SIKHS.


MAJoR IJ. F. S. LLOYD. NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE REGIMENT.


LEUT. R MOTR10, .L, ROYAL FLYIt CORPS.


uIEUr. G. I.a SWINLEY, eKx’S OWN SCOTTISH BORDBRsRS.


Lieut. Louis Richard Powle, of the King George’s Own Fereaspor. Sikbs, was the se of the late CoL F. T. T. Fowle, C.B., R.A., and dias gdib d himelf at WdUugso ad Sandhurst for Rugby, cricket, and rackets. He was aso a sue goler, and won the Amateur Championship of Northern India at Guerg, Kahmir, in g91. Brig.-Gee. William Scott-Moncrieff was the elder son of the late Canon Scott-Moncrieff, of FePmaway, Kmoss-shire, Rector of Easington, Durham. He served with distinctian In the Zulu and Seuth African Wars, was twice mentioned in despatches, and severely wounded at Spion Kop. The elder of his two sons in the war, Capt. Robert Scott-Noncrieg, at- Royal Scot, was badly wounded in Cameroon, and is home on sick eave. Capt. H. G. Bryant won his D.S.O. in the South African War. He was thoe n of Mr. H. S. Bryant, of Torquay. Limet. Ronald F. Markill died from Inajories received in a flyingr


accLemt. He bad quaed eoly a few days befre his death. He was the so- Ur. Jan Wil m MurkilS, of NewsMld Hal, a Da , Torks, sad was married quit recetlyto the Pyoungest daughter of the We Mr. 1. L Wilkimoae, of Neubam Abbey, Darlingon. Lient. Lewis was the son of Mr. Thomas Lewis, of Garashedg, Gle- garaeek, Ayrshre, and was the first eficer from the Kiliraie district to fal in the war. Capt. George O’Denel Thomas-O’Deal was twice mr adeed in depatches and was given the Military Star. He was the only chiM of 1r. and Mrs. Tenome-O’Dene, of Newport Hourse, Co. Mayo, and was a descendent of Hugh Ron O’Doael, wo a long defle the eferta of Queen Elisabeth to subdue Ulster. Liat. GSrdea WDaNr Swintey was the eldest son of the ate Mr. Gerde H. SwaLey, of MJIa. AMam, ad rs. Swiaey, Glenaven, Newbury. In 2t92 he was ia the wreek et the “DedL’



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Issue 3978. - Vol CXLVII

Jul, 17 1915

Illustrated London News