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The Field of Honour: British Officers in the Casualty List: And Two Gallant Battalions

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CAPTAIN FRANCIS MARSHALL, KING S LIVERPOOL REGr.


MAJOR R. T. ROPER, ~ DORSET REGIMENT.


OLONEL H C PILLEAU D SO HE QUFEN S. R W. SUIRREY RET.


CAPTAIN . C. EVELEGH, OXFORDSHIRE L.I.


CAPTAIN MARTIN V. SOY, THE QUEEN’S, R W. SURREY REGT.


CAPT. JOHN PENRICE BENSON, IsT EAST SURREY REGIMENT.


CAPTAIN FRANK FISHER, ROYAL. WEST KENT RF(TC


CAPTA:N H BHARIRAM. ROYAL HORSE ARTILLERY


A CONSP;CUOUSLY GALLANT BATTALION WHICH HAS SUFFERED GREAT LOSSES. OFFICERS OF THE tr BATTALION THE QUEEN S ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMiENT.


CAPT. G. ROY FITZPATRICK, s WELSH REGIMENT.


CAPT. CECIL HOWARD KER, -i BEDFORDSHIRE REG1


CAPT. G. ARMAND FURSE, RF.A


CAPTAIN ARTHUR WINN, 3’0 SUFFOLK REGIMENT.


Et CAPT.-ADJT. W. R. FREND, SSHERWOOD FORESTERS.


L:EUT.-COLONEL C. DALTON RA.M.C.


LIEUT. N C. G. CAMERON. CAMERON H1IGHLANDERS


AJOR A. D. REEN D.S.O T V ISERHR RGMN


LIEUT. H. J. G. GILMOUR, WORCESTERSHIRE REGT.


/4 /Z MAJOR-GENERAL H. I. W. HAMILTON, CE., D.S.O.


CAPTAIN A. G. CAMERON, CAMERON HIGHLANDERS.


With regard to our group of officers of the Ist Batt. the Queen’s Regiment it should be noted that there are in the back row (from left to right): Lt. H. E. Iremonger (wounded) ; 2nd Lt. H. J. P. Thompson (wounded) ; 2nd Lt. F. M. Eastwood ; and Lt. H. B. Strong ; and Lt. J. D. Boyd. Second row : Capt. H. N. A. Hunter; Lt. R. S. Pringle (died of wounds) Capt. M. V. Soy (killed. ; Lt.- B. M. Kenny !wounded) ; Lt. W. Hayes (wounded) ; Capt. F. C. Longbourne ; Lt. R. L. Q. Henriques (killed) ; 2nd Lt. C. Bushell (wounded). Third row : Capt. R. Stanley-Creek (wonded) ; Capt. C. F. Watson, D.S.O. ; Capt. and AdJt. C. E. Wilson (killed); Lt.-Col. D. Warren (killed); Maj.-Gen. Sir E. 0. F. Hamilton, K.C.B. Lt.-Col H. C. P lleu, D.S 0. Idied of wounds ; Brvt.-Major E. B. Mathew-Lannowe (wounded); Capt. M. G. Heath (wounded); Capt. R. G. Clarke. Front row: :nd Lt. T. 0. M. Buchan; 2nd Lt. E. D. Drew (wounded) ; Lt. and Qr.-Mr. G. H. Walls ; 2nd Lt. C. Cooper ; Lt. M. W. H. Pain (wounded). In addition to the killed and wounded officers included in the group, the casualties included Captain A. E. M’Namara (wounded), and Lt. F. W. H. Denton (wounded). In the group of officers of the 2nd Batt. King’s Royal Rifles are (back row, from left to right) : Lt. J. S. Dimmer ; 2nd Lt. R. Pennefathet ; 2nd Lt. E. V. Tindall (wounded) ; Lt. P. J. R. Currie ; and Lt. J. Forster (killed) ; 2nd Lt. R. H. M. Barclay (missing) ; Lt. R. H. Bond (killed) ;


CAPT. T. N. PUCKLE (TEMP. MAJ.) LEICESTERSHIRE REGT.


CAPTAIN R. W. PEPYS, WORCESTERSHIRE REGT.


CAPTAIN A C. AUBIN, EAST LANCASHIRE REGT


zoo LIEUT. G. S. AMOS. K.O. SCOTTISH BORDERERS


eti CAPT. H. P. E. T. WILLIAMS, RN, OF H.MS. “HAWKE.”


LIEUT. A. K. D. GEORGE, DORSETSHIRE REGT.


COMMR. BERNHARD A. PRATT-BARLOW R.N, OF H.M.S. “HAWKE.”


LIEUT. J A S. MITCHELL. KING’S SHROPSHIRE LI.I


LIEUT. J. R M. WILKINSON, 4 l. BATT. MIDDLESEX REGT.


23 LIEUT. E. H. TOTTIE. ý.r NORTHUMBERLAND SUS


2RD LIEUT. J. D. MANLEY, ROYAL ENGINEERS.


A CONSPICUOUSLY GALLANT BATTALION WHICH HAS SUFFERED GREAT LOSSES: OFFICERS OF THE ,an BATTALION KING’S ROYAL RIFLES. “”~ ~xx~.~~u.~x.,~-.x1 . ~ …,..~~I ~_^ M~.~


LIEUT. ALFRED NORTHEY, WORCESTERSHIRE REGT.


MR. S. F. EDMONDS, EAST AFRICAN M.R.


f ý ii LIEUT. J. FRASER, CONNAUGHT RANGERS.


LIEUT. R. C MASON. LOYAL NORTH LANCS REGT


ago LIEUT. C. M. STAN NELL, DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY.


‘it LIEUT. A. E. G. COOMBS, OF H.M.S. “HAWKE.”


HON. F. G. PEARSON, rDESPATCH RIDER.)


r – LIEUT DONALD R McDONALD, RN. OF HM.S. “HAWKE


So LIEUT. E. G. WATSON, SOUTH LANCASHIRE REGT.


and Lt. 0. H. C. Balfour (wounded). Second row: and. Lt. S. Davison (missing); 2nd Lt. G. S. R. Thompson (killed); and Lt. W. P. Bristowe; and Lt. J. F. E. Goad; Lt. M. F. Blake (missing); Lt. J. S. Mellor (wounded); Capt. G. J. Jackson (wounded); Capt. G. J. Acland Troyte; Lt. C. T. Ellison (wounded); 2nd Lt. W. R. M. Crossman; Capt. J. S. Anderson, R.A.M.C. (attached). Third tow : Capt. J. E. N. Hessltine (wounded) ; Lt. R. J. H. Purcell : Major R. G. Jelf (wounded) ; Lt.-Col. E. P. Serocold ; Major J. W. Dwane ; Lt. Hon. E. E. M. J. Upton Major H. F. F. B. Foljambe (killed) ; Capt. A. E. Cathcart (killed) ; Capt. G. K. Priaulx. As to certain of the other officers whose portraits we give, we add the following notes : Major-Gen. Hubert Ion Wetherall Hamilton, C.B., who met his death from a bullet which missed all the others of a group of officers of whom he was one, served with distinction in the Egyptian and South African campaigns, and was Military Secretary to Lord Kitchener in India, 1902-5 ; Lt.-Col. Henry Charles Pilleau, D.S.O. Queen’s (Royal West Surrey) Regiment, served with distinction in South Africa, was twice mentioned in despatches, and was awarded the Queen’s Medal with five clasps, the King’s Medal with two clasps, and the D.S.O.; Capt. H. B. Bartram, E Battery. Royal Horse Artillery, was wounded and died of privation; the Hon. F. G. Pearson, third son of Lord Cowdray, was killed while on duty as a despatch-rider.



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