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MAJOR W. H. DICKINS, SHERWOOD FORESTERS.


LIEUT. T. R MILLS, MANCHESTER REGT.


YOKAND LA1C REG~


avu LIEUT. H. K. HOYLE, LANCS. FUSILIERS.


S . . . . . . “{ r CAPTAIN H. T. CAWLEY, M.P., MANCHESTER REGT. L


CAPTAIN F A JAMES SMAN. RGT (AT zav PUN). G –Yhvi


I “4 CAPTAIN S. J,. SANKEY, S. STAFFS. REGT.


f no LIEUT. J. S. G. BURRELL6, CHESHIRE REGT.


, LIEUT. H. F. B. STEVENS, ROYAL WEST KENT REGT.


CAPTAIN T A. HIGGINSON, K. SHROPSHIRE LIGHT INFTY.


M1 CAPTAIN E. L. BROWN, I SUFFOLK REGT.


MAJOR-GEN. SIR THOMPSON CAPPER, D.S.O., COMMANDING 7rH DIVISION. … …. , , ‘;7. . .. . . ” ÷ ……. … . . .


a O LIEUT. H. F. SEGNITZ, LxONDO’ REGT…. .


CAPT. C. W. HAYES-NEWING. TON, CHESHIRE REGT.


CAPT. C. C. R. BLACK-HAW. KINS, HAMPSHIRE REGT.


vý LIEUT. R. W. ORR, LONDON IRISH RIFLES.


CAPTAIN C. B WILLIAMS ROYAL IRISH RIFLES.


CAPTAIN D. MORRISON, ROYAL LANCASTER REGT.


2N: LIEUT. L. TREHARNE, WELSH REGT.


LIEUT. H. A. C. TOPHAM, WELSH REGT.


MAJOR E. S. GOOCH, BERKS YEOMANRY.


LIEUT. J. H. FOSDICK, RIFLE BRIGADE.


LIEUT. C. J. S. VYNER, OXON AND BUCKS LIGHT INFTY


zo LIEUT. G. DIXON, ROYAL ENGINEERS.


CAPTAIN HON T. C. R AGAR- ROBARTES, M.P.,COLDSTREAM GDS


Major Edward Sinclair Gooch served in the South African War (Queen’s medal, five clasps). He was son of the late Mr. J. V. Gooch and Mrs. Gooch, Cooper’s Hill, Bracknell. 2nd Lieut. Francis Gowan Taylor was the son of Judge Gowan Taylor, County Court Judge of Cumberland and Westmorland. Major-Gen. Sir Thompson Capper, K.C.M.G., C.B., D.S.O., served with distinction with the Chitral Relief Force, in the Soudan, and in South Africa. 2nd Lieut. J. S. Garthorne Burrell, M.A., was the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hearn Burrell, of Fulwood Park, Liverpool, who have three other sons holding commissions in his Majesty’s forces. and Lieut. R. W. Orr was well known as a golfer, both in England and Scotland.


Capt. Harold T. Cawley was Liberal M.P. for the Heywood Division of Lancashire, second son of Sir Frederick Cawley, M.P. for Prestwich, and brother of Major J. S. Cawley, who was killed in September last year. Capt. Cawley had been Parliamentary Private Secretary to Mr. Runciman and Mr. McKenna. Capt. the Hon. T. C. R. Agar-Robartes was the eldest son of Lord Clifden and Liberal M.P. for the St. Austell Division, Cornwall. He was a great friend of Mr. Neil Primrose, and best man at the recent wedding of the Earl of Rosebery’s younger son. The heir to the Peerage is now Lord Clifden’s second son, the Hon. Francis Gerald Agar-Robartes. Lieut.-Col. Harold D. Collison-Morley fought with distinction in the


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LIEUN-COL. A. G. W GRANT, DCEVONSHIRE REGI.


LIEUT. A N V Ii. OMMUNDSEN. HON ARTILLERY COMPANY


2 LT C G. WEITZMANN, S. STAFFORDSHIRE REGT. . . . .I,+.. . .


2I LIEUT. E. J. WELD. R.F.A.


LIEUT.-COL. W. T. GAISFORD, SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS.


LIEUT. A W. B. CARLESS, MIDDLESEX REGT.


it LIEUT. LORD PETRE, COLDSTREAM GUARDS.


21 LTEUT. F B. O’CARROLL, ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIERS.


CAPT. A C. GATHORNE-HARDY. SCOTTISH RIFLES.


“mew: LIEUT. C. H. N. SCHOLEY, RIFLE BRIGADE.


CAPTAIN R L. G HEATH, “QUEEN’S R.W. SUR. REGT.


MAJOR GEN. G. H. THESIGER C.B., C.M.G., RIFLE BRIGADE.


z.D LIEUT. DUDLEY HURST. 1 BROWN, RF.A.


LIEUT. A. J. SMITH, LONDON REGT.


CAPT. DOUGLAS CARMICHAEL, RIFLE BRIGADE.


2D LT.CECIL HURST-BROWN OXON AND BUCKS L. INFTY.


LIEUT. R. H. G. TROTTER, ROY. BERKSHIRE REGT.


LIEUT. E. O’DUFFY, ROYAL MUNSTER FUSILIERS.


Ian LIEUT. E. CARINGTON ADAMS, LONDON REGT.


CAPTAIN JAMES REID, HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY.


LT.-COL. H. D. COLLISON-MORLEY, LONDON REGT.


l LIEUT. J. H. MILES, ROYAL FUSILIERS.


LIEUT. W A. LOCK, WILTSHIRE REGT.


2 LIEUT. OLIVER EMANUEL WILTSHIRE REGT.


I;·-g· . MAJOR F. R. A. N. KNOLLYS, CITY OF LONDON YEOMANRY


Coinird.l South African War, and was a clever artist. Lieut. H. Ommundsen was probably the world’s finest shot, and his name figures in the National Rifle Association records at Bisley twice as often as the records of any two other marksmen of the present generation. Capt. Raymond L. G. Heath was a grandson of the late Admiral Sir Leopold Heath, K.C.B. Lieut. Lionel George Carroll Petre, sixteenth Baron Petre, was only twenty-four. He married, in 1913, Catherine Margaret, daughter of the Hon. John Richard de Clare Boscawen. and grand- daughter of the sixth Viscount Falmouth. He leaves a son, born last year, who succeeds to the Peerage. Major-Gen. G. H. Thesiger, C.B., C.M.G., was the elder son of the late


Gen. the Hon. Charles Wemyss Thesiger, and a grandson of the first Lord Chelmsford. 2nd Lieut. Frank Brendan O’Carroll was son of Dr. and Mrs. O’Carroll, of Merrion Square, Dublin. 2nd Lieut. Oliver Emanuel was the younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Emanuel, of Belsize Park, N.W. 2nd Lieut Dudley Hurst-Brown, and his elder brother, 2nd Lieut. Cecil Hurst-Brown, were sons of Mr. and Mrs. W. Hurst-Brown, of Oxford Gardens, W. Capt. A. C. Gathorne-Hardy was son of the Hen. A. E. Gathorne-Hardy, Donnington Priory, Newbury, brother of the Earl of Cranbrook. Major Frederick R. A. N. Knollys was a nephew of Lord Knollys and of the Hon. Charlotte Knollys.



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Issue 3990. - Vol CXLVII

Oct, 09 1915

Illustrated London News