For Sale is a Full Page removed from "The graphic, April 22nd, 1916," called "The Roll of Honour," showing the Following Portrait photographs for British Officers who have Fallen in the great War 1914-18.
a- Lt. A. J. C. Heriz-Smith the Eldest son of Mr. J. T. C. Heriz-Smith , of Slade, Bideford. Attached to the Devonshire Regiment. b- 2nd Lieut. A. G. Thurlow Duke of Wellington's Regiment. An old Festidian, a Graduate of Caius College, Cambridge, and a fine Athlete. c- Captain G. H. Chapman an Officer in the Indian Army. Son of the Rev. T. C. Chapman, Secretary of the Church Pastoral Aid Society. d- 2nd. Lieut. P. Langton May. The Scots Greys. Educated at Harrow and St. John's College, Cambridge. He was an enthusiastic Sportsman. e- Captain B. A. R. Blewitt, Gurkha Rifles. Son of Major General Charles Blewitt. His brother fell in the Boer War. A keen Sportsman. f- 2nd Lieut G. Eardley-Wilmot Devon Regiment. Machine-gun section. Son of Lieut. F. Eardley-Wilmot, R.N. Winthorpe Hse. Sheldon. g- 2nd Lieut. J. M. Mayne R. F. A. Eldest son of the late Col. C. B. Mayne, Royal Fusiliers. He was Killed in action last May. h- Lt.-Col. S. Scott Binny, D. S. O. Royal Welsh Fusiliers, late Major 19th, Royal Hussars. He went through the siege of Ladysmith. i- Lieut. V. C. M. Mayne, South Wales Borderers. He passed through Sandhurst. 2nd. Lieut. J. M. Mayne was his eldest brother. j- Lieut. T. D. O'Brien The Lancers (attached R. F. C.). He was the only son of Brig.-Gen. E. D. J. O'Brien, late 14th. Lancers. k- 2nd. Lieut. C. P. A. Hersee Royal Fusiliers. He was educated at Hurstpierpoint and St. Paul's, and was Killed at the age of 19. l- Lt. Capt. David Radcliffe, Northumberland Fusiliers. He was the youngest son of the late T. H. Bainbridge, of Eshott Hall, Felton. m- Capt. R. A. Saunders R. F. A. temporary Flight Commander R. F. C. He was Killed in an air fight on March 14th. n- Captain Henry H. Hill, West Yorkshire Regiment. He passed through the Staff College at Camberley. Gainded Captaincy at 18. Killed at 19. o- Lieutenant D. O. Evans, Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Fourth Son of Dr. R. D. Evans, of Blaenau-Festiniog. He was Killed on February 12th. p- Lieut. R. L. Needham. An engineering pupil of Sir John Thornycroft, and an able Russian scholar. Aged 26. q- John Hughes Surgeon probationer. He died from exposure, while in German hands, after the sinking of the Arabis. r- 2nd. Lieut. C. F. I. Bethell Royal Engineers. An Old Wellingtonian, who gained a prize-cadetship at Woolwich. Killed Feb. 23th, aged 19. s- Lieut. A. W. Lane Joynt, Motor Machine-gun Service. He was Killed while on active service. Feb 26th, at the age of 20. t- Lt. M. J. Vincent-Jackson, Sherwood Foresters. He was the only son of Canon Vincent-Jackson. Rector of Bottesford, Leicestershire. u- 2nd Lieut. T. G. Hakewill, North Staffordshire Regiment (attached to the Royal Flying Corps.) Killed on active service on February 11th. v- Captain R. F. Lynch, Manchester Regiment. He was the son of the Late Colonel E. J. Lynch, of the Buffs.