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LIEUT. H. C. AMOS. SROYAL NAVAL DIVISION.
CAPTAIN GEOFFREY DOWLING, KING’S ROYAL RIFLE CORPS.
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m LT. J. O. PRITCHARD-BAR- RETT, YORKSHIRE REGT.
CAPTAIN GUY W. HOPTON. ROYAL BERKSHIRE REGT.
LIEUT.-COMR. G. W. WELLBURN, ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE.
CAPTAIN S. JONES, ROYAL WELSH FUSILIERS.
LT. P. B. G. HENRIQUES, KING’S R. RIFLE CORPS.
a 9 :,1u LIEUT. HON. G. W. GRENFELL. RIFLE BRIGADE.
MAJOR J. . B. JONES-PARRY, DUKE OF CORNWALL’S L.I
BREV.-LT.-COL A. F. SARGEAUNT, ROYAL ENGINEERS. ‘1Y
CAPTAIN N. B. CHALLENOR, ROYAL BERKS REGT.
LT. HNO KENNETH H. DUNDAS, RN.V.R. (ANSON BATTN.)
I LT. GERALD C. MORAN, ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIER,.
CAPTAIN M. STANILAND, LINCOLNSHIRE REGT.
MAJOR G. R. FIELDING, SHERWOOD FORESTERS.
CAPT. AND ADJT. W. 3. lAVIS, 6or.. RIFLES.
LIEU P. A. KELSET, EAST IENT REGT.
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CAPTAIN R T. VACHELLL, NORTHD. PUS AND R.P.C.
LEUT i. W. HARRIS, LINCOLNSHTIE RECT.
CAPT. PAUL E. M. SIMMONS, HAMPSHIRE REGT.
s*o LIEUT. T. P. AL.RTCNIU, RIFLEI BRIGADE.
and Lieut Alan Crawhall Challoner was educated at St. Paul’s School and Cain College, Cambridge. He was a keen athlete, and in 1911 represented his school as middle-weight boxer at Aldershot Lieut. J. O. Pritchard-Barrett was the eldest son of Lady Gunter, and stepson of Lieut.-Col: Sir Nevill Gunter, of Wetherby, Yorkshire. and Lieut the Hon. Gerald William Grenfell was the second son of Lord Desborough, an old Etonian and Oxford man, and a universal favourite. His elder brother, Capt. the Hon. Julian Grenfell, died of wounds in May, and both his twin-cousins, Capt Francis Grenfell, V.C., and Capt ” Rivy ” Grenfell, have been killed in the present war. Capt. R. W. Braithwaite was the third son of Mrs. Braithwaite, of Basil Mansions, and the late Rev. J. M. Balithwaite, Vicar and Rural Dean of Croydon. His younger brother, Flight-Lieut Michael
Braithwaite, was killed in May. Capt. Guy W. Hopton was the son of Lady Hopton and the late Lieut.-Gen. Sir Edward Hopton, K.C.B. Capt. R. T. Vachell was the only son of the popular novelist and dramatist, Mr. Horace Annestey Vachel, author of many successful stories and plays, including “Quinneys’.” Capt. Vachell had been Aide-de-Camp to Lord Sydenham, in India, and was recently mentioned in despatches. Brevet Lieut – CaL Arthur F. Sargeaunt fought with distinction in South Africa, and was twice mentioned in despatches during the present war. Capt. and Adjt. W. J. Davis was the elder son of the late General Sir John Davis, K.C.B., and Lady Davis, of Basil Mansions, Knights- bridge. Lieut. the Hon. Kenneth Robert Dundas was the fourth son of Lord Melville, and was a District Commissioner in the East Africa Protectorate.