Captain A.G. Wordsworth. Middlesex Regiment. He served in South Africa and took part in the Operations in the Transvaal.
Captain C.F. Hawley. King's Royal Rifles. Aged 36. He served in South Africa, obtaining Queen's medal with six Clasps.
Major C.M. Dixon. 16th Lancers. Killed in action. He was attached to the Special Reserve of the 16th Lancers.
Captain B.O. Duff. 1st Gurkhas. He served on the N.-W. Frontier: and in East Africa in 1903 in Somaliland.
Captain H.L.C. Baldwin. 58th Rifles. Aged 36 years. He served on the N.-W. Frontier of India in 1901 -2.
Captain E.R. Lloyd. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. He joined the Regiment in October 1902. Becoming Lieutenant in January 1905, and Captain in February 1912. He was appointed adjutant in August 1911.
Captain L.F.A. Cochran. 72nd Punjabis. Aged 32 years. Killed during the fighting at Toussoum, on the Suez Canal. When only 17 years old he saw active service in South Africa, receiving the Queen's medal with 3 Clasps.
Captain A.S. Nesbitt. Worcestershire Regiment. He joined as a 2nd Lieutenant in April 1900, becoming Lieutenant in December of the same year and Captain in 1904.
Captain H.C. Rome. 20th Infantry, Indian Army. He was born in 1883, receiving his Commission as 2nd Lieutenant in the Army in 1903. He became Lieutenant in April 1905, and was Gazetted Captain in January 1912.
Captain L.G. Hart. 51st K.G.O. Pioneers. Killed in East Africa. He was a Son of Colonel H. H. Hart, R.E., and the Late Mrs. Hart, and a Nephew of General Sir Reginald C. Hart, K.C.B.
2nd Lieutenant L.C.Lee. 1st Battalion, Irish Guards. Aged 21 years. He was Gazetted to the Guards in September last from the O.T.C.
Major T. P. Dorington. 1st Royal Dragoons. He entered the Army in 1897. He was a Son of the Late Major- General R.T.G. Dorington.
Lieutenant D.E. Persse. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Aged 22 years. The only Son of Mr. A.L. Persse.
Captain C.A.R. Hodgson. Royal Warwickshire Regiment. He saw service during the South African War, 1901 -2.
Lieutenant P.D. Kendall. Liverpool Scottish. He was well known as an International Rugby Footballer.
Lieutenant J. Neethling. Union Defence Force. Killed in German S.-W. Africa. Son of Lieutenant -Colonel Neethling.
Lieutenant B.G.N. Watkin. R.F.A. Aged 25 years. After 4 months training he left for France in January last.
Captain Hugh Taylor. 2nd Battalion, Scots Guards. Aged 34 years. He entered the Army in 1905.
2nd Lieutenant H. V. Hutt. Royal Sussex Regiment. He joined the Army on the outbreak of War, leaving for the front in October last.
Major J. Chrystie. Royal Garrison Artillery. Aged 42 years. He became Major in 1911. He served as Adjutant to the Volunteers 1905 -7.
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