For Sale is a Full Page removed from "The Graphic, April 8th, 1916," called "The Roll of Honour," showing the Following Portraits for British Officers who have Fallen in the Great War.
a- 2nd Lt. Eric A. Montesole 7th RoyalSussex Regiment. He was killed in France on March 3rd, while his Brother Fell ar Festubery last May. b- Lieut, V. C. Dodgson 11th Middlesex Regiment. He was a Grandson of the late General Sir David Scott Dodgson, K.C.B. c- Lieut-Col. Grimshaw, Son of the late T. W. Grimshaw. C.B. M.D., Registrar-General for Ireland. Attached to 62nd Punjabis. d- Lieut. Wilfred Watts R.F.C. He earned the Croix de Guerre at Loos, and was Killed (with Lt. Hayward) while over German lines. e- Lieut. C. O. Hayward of Beaumont Lodge, Lincoln. 7th Lincoln Regt. (att. R.F.C.) Killed while flying with Lieut. W. Watts. f- Lieut. C.A. M. Bingen 5th Royal Sussex Regiment, who fell in France on February 10th. He was educated at Cheltenham and Neuchatel. g- Lieut. N. L. Wells L.N. Lancs. Regt. Third son of Mr. C. Wells J.P., of Burscough, Lancs. A graduate of Caius Coll., Camb. h- Major Edward Freeman 10th R. Welsh Fusiliers. Only son of Mr. H. Freeman, of Thorn Bank. Malvern Wells. He fell at Ypres, March 3rd. i- Lieutenant J. Maxwell 1/11 London Regt. (Finsbury Rifles) 22 years in the Civil Service. He was mentioned in despatches. j- Lieut. W. O. F. Darling 1st R. Irish Rifles. Son of the late Rev. O. W. Darling, rector of Killesk, Co. Wexford. His Brother also Killed. k- Captain W. H. Nicholls R. A. M. C. Accidentally Killed in India. He held an Aviator's Certificate in the Royal Flying Corps. l- 2nd lieut. A. V. Cree 10th R. Welsh Fusiliers. Youngest son of the late George Cree of The Court, Dorset. Fell in France, Feb. 17th. m- Captain R. M. J. French 3rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Elder son of Mr. J. M. French, of Boscombe. He died of Wounds on Feb 19th. n- Captain P. Hammond Adjutant 8th East Lancs. Regiment. Son of Mr. W. J. Hammond, of knockholt. He has two brothers serving. o- Lieutenant H. J. Baillie 2nd Dorsets. Son of the Vicar of Lynton. Earned the Military Cross at the Persian Gulf. Killed March 2nd. p- 2nd lieut. A. B. Cadell 8th R. West Kent Regiment. Only son of Mr. Nevil P. Cadell, of Foxlease, Camberley. Educated at Lancing Coll. q- Lieut. Reg. G. Peck 4th Camerons (attached 1st H. L. I.) Youngest son of Mr. E. C. Peck, of The Laurels, Rustington, Sussex. r- Captain E. G. Gatacre of Gatacre, Bridgnorth. Duke of Wellington's Regiment. He was serving in India when war broke out. s- 2nd Lieut. D. J. Geere R. F. A. Killed while helping the wounded. Son of Mr. T. H. Geere, of Woodford, Essex. t- Lieut. L. A. Hughman 11th Middlesex Regiment. Son of Captain N. R. Hughman. He was Killed in France, March 4th. u- Lieutenant Philpot Royal Engineers. He was Killed in France by a shell whilst trying to save two of his men. February 25. v- 2nd LT. D. A. C. Layman 17th Lancs. Fusiliers. He was a student at St. Thomas's Hospital. Renounced surgery for a combatant part.