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 W.J.H. Curwen. Royal Fusiliers. Represented Oxford at Cricket and Football : returned from Australia to join.
Captain J.N. Guthrie. Irish Guards. Aged 29 years. He entered the Army in 1906, becoming Captain in September 1913.
Captain the Hon. Lyon Playfair. Royal Field Artillery. Aged 26 years. The only Son of Lord Playfair and heir to the Borony.
Captain C.F.H. Twining. Hampshire Regiment. Aged 29 years. Joined from the Militia 1905, and became Captain in September last.
Captain the Hon. J.N.Bigge. K.R.R.C. Only Son of Lord and Lady Stamfordham. He was Gazetted A.D.C. last September.
Lieutenant A.C.F. Garnett-Botfield. 1st South Wales Borderers. Born in 1892, he first received a Commission in the Rifle Brigade, later transferring.
Lieutenant A.C.C. Haines. 2nd Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Aged 20. He received his Commission in November last.
Captain T.B. Forwood. 2nd Royal Lancaster Regiment. Aged 28 years. He was Gazetted in 1905, becoming Captain in 1914.
2nd Lieutenant J.P. Beningfield. Royal Field Artillery. Aged 24 years. His younger Brother was Killed at Neuve Chapelle.
2nd Lieutenant D.S. Richardson. 2nd Border Regiment. Aged 24 years. He was volunteered on the outbreak of War, and obtained his Commission in September.
Captain E.H. Brocklehurst. 6th Liverpool Regiment. He obtained his first Commission 15 years ago. Son of the Late Henry Brocklehurst of Liverpool.
Captain T.R. Scott. Royal Lancaster Regiment. Aged 33 years. He Received his Captaincy in March 1913.
Captain L.S. Farquharson. 1st Royal Scots. Aged 30 years. He was A.D.C. to General Keir in India.
Captain A.C.Hart. Northumberland Fusiliers. Aged 33. Son of the Late Sir Israel Hart and Lady Hart.
Captain G.W. Hay. Royal North Lancashire Regiment. Aged 38. He obtained his first Commission in April 1900, becoming Captain in 1909.
Lieutenant-Colonel. Hon. P.C. Evans-Freke. Leicestershire Yeomanry. Aged 44. He joined in 1895, and succeeding to the command of the Regiment in 1913. He served in South Africa with the Imperial Yeomanry.
Major J. McLaren. 10th Battalion, 2nd Infantry Brigade, Canadian Division. Aged 30 years. He was born in Dundee and was a member of the City of Dundee Volunteers. He settled at Brandon in Canada about 11 years ago.
Major-General Sir W.T. Bridges, K.C.B., C.M.G. Commanded the Australian Expeditionary Force in the Dardanelles. Sged 53. He saw service during the South African War 1899-1900.
Major the Hon. C. Mitford. D.S.O. 10th Hussars. The Son of Lord Redesdale and Husband of Lady Helen Mitford. Born in 1876, he joined the Hussars in 1899. He served during the South African War and was twice wounded during the Operations there.
Lieutenant-Colonel L.I. Wood. C.M.G. 2nd Border Regiment. Aged 48. He took part in the Chin-Lushai and Waziristan Expeditions in 1889-90 and 1894-5, and in the South African War. He was made a C.M.G. in February.