For Sale is a Full Page removed from "The Graphic, March 18th, 1916," called "The Roll of Honour," showing the Following Portraits for British Officers who have fallen in the Great War 1914-18.
a- Captain A. E. Messer 5th (attached 1st.) King's Royal Rifle Corps. England at Rugby and St. John's Oxford. Aged 21. b- 2nd lieut. G. M. Stanton 9th R. W. Kent Regiment. He died of wounds received in France. Feb 19th. Previously in a banking house. c- Captain K. B. McKenzie 123rd Outram's Rifles (att. 58th Rifles) Reportred missing at Loos. now reported in 9th. German list to have died. d- Captain E. E. Simeons 8th. Bedfordshire Regiment. Mentioned in despatches. His two brothers are in the H. A. C. Aged 22. e- Lieut. C. O. Hayward of Beaumont Lodge. Lincoln. He was attached to the 7th Lincolnz and R. Flying Corps. Killed Jan 17th. f- 2nd Lieut. B. G. James 1st South Midland R. F. A. (att. Royal Flying Corps). The elder son of Sir Edward James. Aged 28. g- Captain G. J. Rennie 6th South African Infantry. Killed in British East Africa, Feb, 12th. Partner in the shipping firm of John T. Rennie. h- Major G. H. I. Graham 44th Merwara Infantry. A defender of Ladysmith. The eldest son of the late Major-Gen. G. F. I. Graham. i- Major S. M. Tahourdin 12th Cavalry. I. A. Eldest son of Rev. R. Tahourdin, hon. chaplain to the King. Killed in Mesopotamia, Feb. 8th. j- 2nd. Lieut. E. F. Chappell. A civil engineer by profession, he returned from Argentina to fight. Attached to the Royal Engineers. k- 2nd Lt. Hugh J. Bowman 16th Middlesex Rgt. (Public Schools). Son of Mr. E. Bowman, of Eastwick, Hitchin. Killed in France. Jan 10th. l- Lt. J. McLaren Thornton Royal Engineers, late of London Scottish. Son of Dr. R. M. Thornton, ex-Moderator Presby, Ch. of England. m- Lieut. W. P. Hinds 15th Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Son of the Member for West Carmarthenshire. Died of wounds in France, aged 19. n- Captm Keith M. Levi Australian A. M. C. (attached to the 2nd Hampshire Regiment). Killed at the Dardanelles, August 7th. o- Lieut. B. P. F. Moore 62nd Punjabis. The second son of the late W. R. Fitzgerald Moore, of Australia. He died of wounds. p- Capt. B. Digby Johns 10th Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Only son of the late A. D. Johns, of Carrickfergus. Educated at Repton and Oxford. q- Lieut G. C. T. McCarthy 3rd Connaught Rangers. Killed in France, Jan 2nd. He was educated at St. Joseph's College and Sandhurst. r- Lieut. J. Thorp Waite 5th East Kent Regimant. Eldest son of the late Dt. Waite, of Halifax. He fell in Mesopotamia. s- 2nd lieut. R. D. Apps 1st. Royal Berkshire Regiment Son of Mr. Ban C. Apps, F. S. I., of Guildford. He passed through Sandhurst. t- Acting Capt. W. U. Ross 8th Royal West Kent Regt. He died of wounds received in action in Flanders on February 22nd. u- Lieut W. H. W. Haslam 4th (attached 2nd) Royal W. Kent Rgt. Killed in Mesopotamia Feb 2nd. Only son of the Vicar of Hernhill, Faversham. v- 2nd Lieut. C. G. L. Allen, Royal Engineers. He came to join the B. E. F. in France after fighting against the rebels in South Africa.