For Sale is a Full Page removed from "The Graphic, May 20th, 1916," called "The Roll of Honour," showing the Portraits of British Officers who have Fallen in the Great War 1914-18.
a- 2nd Lt. M. Craufurd Stuart Attached Q. V. O. Rajput Light Infantry. He was Killed in Mesopotamia on March 8th at the age of 31. b- Capt. F. W. Burkinshaw R.F.A. He served in France and on the Tigris front. Twice mentioned in despatches, and awarded Military Cross. c- Major V. C. M. Reeves of Leitrim House, Kelworth, Co. Cork. Attached to the Dorset Queen's Own Yeomanry. Killed in Egypt. d- Major B. W. Mainprise R.E. Three times mentioned in despatches. Son of the late Wilmot Mainprise, Paymaster-in-Chief, R.N. e- Captain A. W. Gale, D.S.O. Life Guards. Son of the Late A. C. Gale, of St. Cross, Winchester. Educated at Marlborough. In Boer War. f- 2nd. LT. T. G. Elkington Suffolk Rgt. Held a Classical Scholarship at Peterhouse, Cambridge. Son of H. G. Elkington, Barnt Green, B'ham. g- Captain W. M. Fowle Royal Engineers. Youngest son of the Late Col. F. T. Fowle, C.B. He was mentioned in despatches. h- LT.-Colonel S. R. Stevens Burma Infantry. Eldest son of the Late Col. H. Cavaye Stevens. 3rd Madras Light Cavalry. Killed in Mesopotamia. i- LIEUT. L. R. Fowle King George's Own Sikhs. Killed at the Dardanelles Last June. Captain W. M. Fowle was his younger brother. j- Lieut. F. P. Robertson Served with the London Scottish, and Later with Lancs. Fusiliers. Connected with Liebig's Extract of Meat Co. k- Capt. M. S. Richardson R. Welsh Fusiliers. A Sandhurst Scholar. Son of Capt. A P. Richardson, of Purton House, Wilts. l- LT. Ian Mackay Scobie 59th, Rifles I.A. He was the son of Mr. M. J. Scobie, of Woodlands, Stourwood, Bournemouth. m- Lieut. E. R. Spofforth Yorkshire Regiment. Only son of the late Edward Spofforth, of York. Educated at Oundle. Engaged in Insurance. n- Lieut. D. W. Ramsay Sherwood Foresters. Eldest son of Dr. F. Winson Ramsay, of Bournemouth. Killed on February 14th, aged 24. o- Captain H. B. Skinner Q. V. O. Rajput Light Infantry. Killed in Mesopotamia March 8th. Son of the Late Lieut.-Colonel Russell Skinner. p- Lieut. G. E. L. Bowlby Lincolnshire Regiment. The only son of the Rev. A. E. Bowlby, of St. James's Streatham. He was born in India. q- Capt. H. A. Baker Somerset L. I. Killed in Mesopotamia. Son of Mr. Ernest Baker, The Glebe House, Weston-Super-Mare. r- 2nd Lieut. A. T. Harris Bedfordshire Rgt. (att. Lincolns). The eldest son of Mr. Clement Antrobus Harris, of Ellangowan. Crieff. s- Captain H W. White Mahrattas. Mentioned in despatches for Conspicuous bravery in the battle of Barjisiyah. Awarded Military Cross. t- Lieut. W. H. Bainbridge Youngest son of the Late T. H. Bainbridge, of Eshot Hall, Northumberland. Att. to the Northumberland Fusiliers. u- 2nd. Lieut. T. G. Parkin Lincolnshire Regiment. The son of Mr. T. Parkin, of Bancroft, Grantham. Killed at the age of 21. v- Captain J. L. Mitchell R.F.A. The only son of Mr. Hugh Mitchell, of Pitlochry and Edinburgh. He passed through Woolwich.