For Sale is a Full Page removed from "The Graphic, March 4th, 1916," called "The Roll of Honour," showing the Following Portraits of British Officers of have Fallen in the Great War 1914-18.
a- 2nd Lt. H. R. (Rex) Freston 3rd, (att. 6th) Royal Berkshire Rgt. He was a graduate of Exeter College, Oxford, and a writer of Verse. b- 2nd LT. D. L. S. Gaskell 16th The Welsh Regiment. Only son of Mr. J. Stranack Gaskell, M.I.C.E. Died of wounds in France. Jan 12th. c- Captain W. J. H. Leete 11th Lancashire Fusiliers. He was the son of the Town Clerk of Kensington and was killed in France, January 21st. d- Lieut. H. A. Poland 1st Royal West Kent Regiment, Killed at Hill 60, near Ypres. Son of Mr. Henry Poland, of Sevenoaks. e- Sub-Lt. S. L. Halliday, R.N. Washed overboard from H.M.S. Lark on February 3rd, aged 21. His brother is in the Army. f- Lieut. H. C. Wainwright 17th The King's (Liverpool Rgt.) (1st City). Younger son of Colonel Henry Wainwright. Died in France, February 3rd. g- Capt. Eric S. Humphrey 1/8 Lancashire Fusiliers. Killed in action in Gallipoli. He was the son of Mr. Robert Humphrey. h- Captain V. C. J. BLake 1st Irish Guards. Secend son of the late V. J. Blake and the Hon. Mrs. Blake, of Dublin. i- 2nd Lt. H. Forster-Morris 1st S.W. Borderers. Only son of the rector of Callington, Cornwall. He died of wounds, Oct. 10, aged 19. j- Lt. E. Spenser Wilkinson 1st London Regiment (R. Fusiliers) and R.F.C. Killed in an aerial fight in France, January 12th. k- 2nd. Lieut. R. M. Spencer 3rd (att 1st) R. Warwick Regiment. Killed in France Jan. 22nd. Grandson of the Late Commander Spencer, R.N. l- Captain E. K. O. Fergusson 8th Seaforth Hdrs. Mentioned in despatches. Son of Rev. J. M. Fergusson, Wallington. Fell in France, Jan. 26th. m- 2nd Lieut. R. P. Ochs 5th (attached 4th) Middlesex Regt., the younger son of Capt. James F. Ochs. He fell in Flanders, Sept. 27th. n- 2nd Lieut. R. J. Stewart 1st Seaforth Highlanders. Died of wounds in Mesopotamia Jan. 28th. Son of Mr. T. Cuthbert Stewart, Glasgow. o- Lieut. W. H. Seager 10th South Wales Borderers. The Son of Mr. W. H. Seager , of Cardiff. He fell in France, February 7th. p- 2nd Lt. A. F. V. Trevarthen S. Staffs Rgt. Killed in France, Jan. 28th. He was the son of Mr. A. W. Trevarthen, of Handsworth, Staffs. q- 2nd. Lieut. E.R.B. White 6th Northumberland Fusiliers. Killed at Hill 60, January 5th. He got his commission from the Artists Rifles. r- 2nd LT. Edgar B. Samuels 16th Middlesex Rgt. (Public Schools). Son of Mr. Nelson Samuels, Palmeira Court, Hove. Killed January 30th. s- 2nd. Lieut. George L. Pitt 10th York and Lancs Rgt. and R.F.C. Killed near Douilly whilst on a long reconnaissance, December 28th. t- 2nd Lieut. R. A. Bazeley 9th R. Sussex Rgt. Son of Mr. E. A. Bazeley, Woodlands, Ottery St. Mary. He came from Brit. Columbia to fight. u- 2nd LT. J. Eric Bovill 6th Dragoon Guards. Youngest son of Mr. J. H. Bovill, of Buckland, Betchworth. Fell in France, Jan. 23rd. v- Lt. A. N. Garrod, M.R.C.S. 100th Field Ambulance R.A.M.C. Killed in France, Jan. 25th. He was the son of Colonel Garrod, M.D.