For Sale is a Full Page removed from "The Graphic, February 19th, 1916, called "The Roll of Honour," showing the Following portraits for British Officers who have fallen in the Great War.
a- 2nd, Lt. H. H. Arbuthnot, 67th Punjabis, Elder son of Mr. J. C. Arbuthnot. I.C.S., of Dalbeattie. Died of Wounds, December 27th. b- Lieut. T. B. Penfold, 7th King's Own Scottish Borderers. The Son of Sir Stephen Penfold. He was Killed in France. January 28th. c- Capt. C. G. H. Clibborn, Royal Horse Artillery Brigade Major. He was Killed in action in France on December 14th. d- Captain F. J. Rigby, Seaforth Highlanders. He was mentioned in despatches, awarded the Military Cross, and Killed January 21-22. e- 2nd Lt. Ronald F. M. Geary, 1st Surrey Rifles. "Sniped" in France, Jan 15th. He was well known as a Rugby Football Player. f- 2nd Lieut. F. D. Smith, 1/7 Middlesex Regiment, machine-gun Officer. Mortally wounded beside his gun. Jan. 24th, and died the next day. g- Captain E. P. Almack R.H. and R.F.A. The son of Mr. E. Almack of Haslemere, Hutton, Essex. He fell in France, January 24th. h- Major T. P. Guthe. 1st. Durham Battery, R. F. A. Son of Mr. J. E. Guthe, J. P., Kepwick Hall, North-allerton. Died of Wounds, January 13th. i- Lieut. W. H. Lucas, 2nd. North Staffs Regiment. Died of wounds, Jan. 21. Son of Mr. H. N. Lucas, of Dronfield, nr. Sheffield. j- Comm.. T. C. H. Williams, M. V. O., R.N. Killed on active service Jan 29th. The Youngest Son of Mr. H. Williams J.P., Stoke. Devonport. k- 2nd. Lieut. K. H. Pearse 11th East Surrey, att. 2nd Hants Regt. Previously reported missing, now reported Killed. Aug 6th. at Dardanelles. l- LT. Grainger M. Towers Adjt. 1st King's (Liverpool) Rgt. Son of Mr. G. L. Towers, late of Ind. Govt. Telegraphs. He fell in France. Jan. 20th. m- 2nd. Lieut. Parcy L. Beck, Royal Engineers. He was the brother of Lieutenant E. W. Beck, and was Killed on March 6th. aged 23. n- Lieut. E. W. Beck 8th Bedfordahire Regiment. Died of wounds. Jan. 9th. Eldest son of Mr. P. C. Beck, of Poona, India. o- 2nd. Lieut. C. F. Batty, 10th Durham L.I. Killed in France, January 19. aged 19 years. Son of Mr. F. Batty, of Darlington. p- Lieut. J. F. Watson. 3/5 Black Watch. Died in Leeds of appendiicitis. Third son of Mr. Wm. Watson, of Boddin, Montrose. q- Sub-Lieut. F. H. J. Startin R. N. V. R. (Late R.N.), Nelson Batt. R. N. D. Admiral Startin's son. Died in the Dardanelles. July 19. r- Lt. G. St. J. Richardson, only son of the late Lt.-Col. St. John Richardson. Mortally wounded at Cestiphon. November 22-24. s- Lt. Colin A. Proudfoot. Adj. 53rd Sikhs (Frontier Force). Fell in Mesopotamia. January 6-8. Only son of Colonel Proudfoot, Indian Army. t- 2nd. Lieut. H. M. Wylie 1st Seaforth Highlanders. Killed in Mesopotamia, January 7th. Son of the late Dr. James Hamilton Wylie.