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The Roll of Honour, 1916.

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

Major Edward Colson - Dogras, Indian Army. Info.

Major P. P. Ballachey - Canadian Infantry. Info. Panayoty Percy Ballachey

Captain Guy Dickins - Kings Royal Rifle Company. Info.

Major Lord George Murray - Royal Highlanders. Keenlyside

Captain A. L. Cay RN - HMS Invincible. Info. Arthur Lindesay Cay.

Captain E. P. C. Back RN - HMS Natal. Info. Eric Percy Coventry Back

Captain C. J. Wintour RN - HMS Tipperary. Info. Charles John Wintour

Captain Hon. J. B. Campbell DSO - Coldstreamers. Info. The Hon. John Beresford

Captain J. A. Ritson - South Lancashire Regiment. Info. John Andrew

Captain Lord Gorell DSO - Royal Field Artillery. Info. Henry Gorell Barnes

Captain H. B Mudie - Remount Service. Info. Harold Bolingbroke Mudie

Captain Keith Lucas - RFC. Info. a British scientist of Highfield House, Fen Ditton, Cambridgeshire.

Captain F. S. Kelly - RNVR. Info. Frederick Septimus Kelly was an Australian and British musician, composer, and a rower who competed in the 1908 Summer Olympics.

Captain A. G. Cowie - Searforth Highlanders. Info. Alexander Gordon Cowie the English Cricketer

Captain Sir R. Filmer - Grenadiers. Info. Sir Robert Marcus Filmer.

Captain J. W. Jackson - South African Infantry. Info. John William Jackson


On the reverse are six other photographs, within text, of officers killed in action or in the service of their country directly incidental to the Great War:

Captain A. F. Henty - Middlesex Regiment. Info. Arthur Frank Henry of Oaklands Park Chichester

Captain A. F. Whiteside - Canadian Infantry. Info. Alexander Forrester Whiteside of 47 Parkside Dr., Berkeley, California, USA

Captain C. T. D. Berrington - Lancers Indian Army att. RFA. Info. Caradoc Trevor Davies Berrington Sleekburnc.

Captain David Henderson - Middlesex Regiment. Info. son of Right Hon. Arthur Henderson M.P. and of Eleanor Henderson (nee Watson).

Captain hon. R. E. PHilipps - Royal Fusiliers. Info. Roland Erasmus Philipps a leading scout official.

Captain Williams-Freeman - Lincolnshire Regiment att. R. Welsh Fusiliers. Info. Anthony Peere Williams-Freeman


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/text 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. The watermark is for the listing image only and is not on the actual print/map. * Info. in the description is my research only and does not form part of the print. Please feel free to ask any questions, we will try to answer promptly. (541).Supplier to Interior Designers Design Company Renovation Pubs Restaurants Clubs Television Company Corporate Companies


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