1916 WW1 Print ROLL OF HONOUR Lane-Joynt DONALD CAMPBELL Asquith LINTOTT Denistoun

The Roll of Honour - Fallen Officers Killed in Action or In The Service of Their Country Directly Incidental to the Great War. Free UK postage on this item.

This listing is for a full page from a publication, as the date states and not a modern reproduction.


The Roll of Honour, 1916.

A full page showing sixteen photographic images of some of the officers killed in action in 1916:

Lieutenant Donald Campbell - Coldstream Guards. Info. Son of Late Captain Hon. John Beresford Campbell

Lieutenant C. H. Abercrombie - HMS Defence - Scottish Footballer. Info. Cecil Halliday Abercrombie (Rugby and Cricket)

Viscount Quenington - Lieutenant, Royal Gloucestershire Hussars Yeomanry. Info. Michael Hugh Hicks Beach

Captain Lord Elcho - Gloucestershire Yeomanry. Info. Hugo Francis Charteris.

Lieutenant Hon. V. S. T. Harmsworth - Royal Naval Division. Info. Vere Sidney Tudor Harmsworth.

Second Lieutenant G. A. Arbuthnot - Grenadier Guards. Info. Gerald Archibald Arbuthnot

Lieutenant K. L. Hutchings - Liverpool Regiment att. Welsh Regiment - Famous Cricketer. Info. Kenneth Lotherington Hutchings

Lieutenant Raymond Asquith - Grenadier Guards - Son of the Former Prime Minister. Info.

Lieutenant E. H. Lintott - West Yorkshire Regiment - Footballer. Info. Evelyn Henry Lintott of the Leeds Pals

Lieutenant T. M. Kettle - Dublin Fusiliers - aka Professor Kettle. Info. Thomas Michael "Tom" Kettle

Second Lieutenant E. E. Early - Lincolnshire Regiment. Info.

Lieutenant J. R. Dennistoun - Irish Horse, att. RFC. - Member of Scott's Antarctic Expedition. James Robert Dennistoun

Lieutenant Viscount Clive - Welsh Guards. Info. Percy Robert Herbert

Lieutenant A. W. Lane-Joynt - Motor Machine Gun Service. Info. Albert William Lane-Joynt

Lieutenant M. J. Vincent-Jackson - Notts and Derby Regiment (Sherwood Foresters). Info. Montague John Vincent-Jackson

Captain Arthur H. Hales MC - Wiltshire Regiment

On the reverse is a half page photographic image entitled British Trench Near Fricourt When the Tide of War Had Passed Eastward


Provenance: The Great War - Amalgamated Press. Published circa 1916-17.


The page measures 310 x 225 mm (12.25 x 8.75 inches) approx. There are images on both sides. There is a little age yellowing with handling marks to the edges. This item will be packaged in a board backed envelope. There is a tiny repaired tear to bottom border. The watermark is for the listing image only and is not on the actual print/map. * (please note) Info. in the description is my historical research project only and does not form part of the print. Please feel free to ask any questions, we will try to answer promptly. (551)

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