For Sale is a Full Page removed from "The Sphere, June 26th, 1915," called "The Roll of Honour," showing the Following Portraits of Servicemen who have lost their Lives during the War.
The Following Officers have all died in the service of their Country. Either in Action, from Wounds, or other causes directly incidental to the Great War.
Captain T.V.T.T. Neville, 3rd Dragoon Guards. Aged 35. He served in S.Africa, obtaining the Queen's Medal with 5 Clasps.
Captain T.G. Powell, 3rd Northamptonshire Regiment. Aged 37. He served during the Matabele and S.African Wars.
Captain R.O. Gardner. 3rd Monmouthshire Regiment. Aged 31. He entered the Regiment 8 years ago, becoming Captain in Nov 1914.
Captain A.H.P. Cruikshank. 32nd Sikh Pioneers. He served on the N. - W. Frontier, 1908, And in the Mohmand Country.
Captain H. Haylock. 4th Leicestershire Regiment. Aged 41. He transferred from the Yeomanry to the Territorial force 6 years ago.
Lieutenant W.H.C. Edwards. 1st Black Watch. Aged 21. Awarded the Military Cross. Son of Colonel A.H. Edwards, C.B., M.V.O.
2nd Lieutenant W.Wood. 4th Rifle Brigade. He Received the Commission as 2nd Lieutenant in December 1914.
Captain G. Bonham-Carter. 19th Hussars. Aged 30. He joined in 1905, becoming Captain in September 1912.
Lieutenant F.J. Briscoe. 1st York and Lancaster Regiment. Aged 24. Only Son of Mrs. Briscoe, Madeley, Salop.
Lieutenant C.R. Macgregor. South Wales Borderers. He joined the Regiment in February 1912 and was promoted Lieutenant in September 1914.
2nd Lieutenant G.W. Pigott. R.F.A. He obtained his first Commission in the Essex Regiment. Only child of Major and Mrs. Wellesley Pigott.
2nd Lieutenant N.D.Macfadyen. 2nd Cameron Highlanders. Aged 21. Only surviving Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Macfadyen
2nd Lieutenant E. Yarrow. 7th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Aged 20 years. He joined in September last.
Lieutenant A.C. LeMesurier. 12th Cavalry, Indian Army. Aged 25 years. He was Killed in the Persian Gulf.
2nd Lt. V.B. Llewellyn-Jones. 3rd Suffolk Regiment. Aged 23 years. He received his Commission in August, and fought at Hill 60.
Brig.-Gen. G.C. Nugent, M.V.O. Aged 51. He served during the South African War as A.D.C. to Sir Henry Colville, and was twice mentioned in despatches. He obtained his Commission in the Grenadier Guards in 1882.
Lieutenant Colonel J. Clark, C.B. 9th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. A member of the Royal Company of Archers. In 1908 he became a K.C. and the following year chairman of the Edinburgh School Board.
Major C.H. Corbett. 18th Hussars. Aged 47 years. He served with the Tirah Expeditionary Force in India, 1897-8, and during the South African War. He joined from the Militia in 1888, becoming Major in November 1904.
Major G.S.Adams. 1st Lancashire Fusiliers. Aged 42 years. He took part in the South African War, 1900-2, serving in the Orange River Colony., and received the Queen's Medal with Four Clasps.
Captain G.H. Merriman. R.F.A. Aged 30 years. He first served in the R.H.A., and, at the time of his death was in temporary command of a Field Battery. R.F.A.