For Sale is a Full Page removed from "The graphic, February 12th, 1916," called "The Roll of Honour," showing the Following Portraits of British Officers who have Fallen in the Great War 1914-18.
a- LT. Gerald . Lockhart 6th Loyal North Lancs. Regiment. Killed in Gallipoli. August 10th. A Graduate of Magdalen College, Oxford. b- 2nd lt. H. F. Etherington 2nd Dragoon Guards. Well known as a Cross-Country Runner and Yachtsman. Killed in France, January 8th. c- Maj. H. E. R. Boxer. D.S.O. 1st Lincoln Regiment (unofficially reported Killed). Only surviving son of the Late Lieut. E. W. F. Boxer, R.N. d- Lieut R. D. Owen-Jones 36th Jacob's Horse. Only son of Major General R. Owen-Jones. C.B., of Bala. Killed by Grenade Explosion. January 5th. e- Captain M. A. Blest Duke of Cambridge's Own (8th Middlesex). He died of wounds received in action. December 30th. f- 2nd. LT. Arthur W. Privett 2nd Leicestershire Regiment. Died of wounds received January 6-8. His brother is serving. g- Captain Henry Colver 5th York and Lancs. Regiment. Son of Mr. Robert Colver, of Ranmoor. Sheffield. He Fell in Flanders. December 19th. h- Lieut.-Colonel J. F. Finnis 53rd Sikhs. Grandson of Colonel J. Finis, the first first officer killed in the Indian Mutiny. i- Captain Robert H. Ames 2nd Leicestershire Regiment. He was Killed in action in Mesopotamia. January 6-8th. j- Captain W. Leslie Royal Garrison Artillery. Killed near Aden. January 12th. Younger son of Mr. W. E. Leslie, of Miltimber. N.B. k- 2nd LT. David C. Royce Leicestershire Regiment. Killed in Mesopotamia. Jan. 6-8th, Son of Mr. G. Royce. Knighton Rise, Leicester. l- Lieut. P. D. Doyne 1/4 O.B.L.I. Son of the Vicar of Bechley, Oxford. He was Killed in France. December 28th. m- Lieut. Leslie S. Cole 2nd Cheshire Regiment. He died standing at his Guns at the Hohen-Zollern Redoubt. October 3rd. n- 2md LT. Leslie K. Tweedie R.A.F. Son of Mrs. Alec Tweedie, the well-known writer. An old Harrovian and a Graduate of Cambridge. o- Lieut. J. H. Pullin 9th Loyal N. Lancs. Regiment. Only son of Mr. Wm. Henton Pullin, of Bedford. He Fell in France. January 21st. p- Captain A. B. Thompson. M.B., R. A. M. C. A son of Mr. A. Thompson. if Reigate Heath. Educated at Haileybury, Oxford, and London Hospital. q- 2nd. LT. G. Awburn Allan R.G.A., 122nd Heavy Battery. Eldest son of Major Forsyth Allan. Killed December 16. His two brothers are serving. r- 2nd LT. Alfred T. East Indian Army R.O. (attached 17th Co. 3rd Sappers and Miners.) Only son of the Late Sir Alfred East. R.A. s- 2nd. Lieut. C. S. (Bobbie) Lee Royal Engineers. Son of Colonel W. A. Lee. Killed near Houplines (France). December 30th. t- Lieut. C. C. E. Manson Indian Army Reserve of Officers (att. 1/4 Gurkha Rifles). Earned the Military Cross in July, and was Killed December 4th. u- 2nd Lieut. Henry Wood 19th Royal Fusiliers. He was Killed in action in France, on January 2nd at the age of 22. v- LT. Ivor Forsyth Grant 1/2 Lovat Scouts. Died of wounds at Suvla, October 19th. Son of Mr. G. J. Forsyth Grant, of Edinburgh.