The Roll of Honour, January 29th, 1916. Portraits. £12.00 Quantity: at £12.00 each Add To Basket 1 in stock. 0 in your basket View Basket Checkout For Sale is a Full Page removed from "The Graphic, January 29th, 1916," called "The Roll of Honour,"showing the Following 22 Portraits of British Officers who have Fallen in the Great War 1914-18. a- 2nd LT. Eric A, Walker 9th (attached 6th) King's Shropshire Light infantry. Son of Mr. Thomas Walker, of Lapworth, Warwickshire. b- Major E.F.S. Henderson 2nd Leicestershire Regiment. Killed in Mesopotamia, Jan. 6-8. Son of the late Mr. C.J. Henderson. Aged 34. c- Lieut. Aubrey H. Howell 2nd Leicestershire Regiment. Killed in Mesopotamia. Jan 6-8. Only son of the late E. Hamilton Howell, of Richmond. d- Lieut. C. N. Newcombe the youngest son of Mr. Percy Newcombe, Old Bank House, Matlock. Attached to the 7th K.O.Y.L.I. e- Lieutenant Miles Miley 1st Northumbrian Brigade R.F.A. Eldest son of Mr. Miles Miley, of Haven Hill, St. Mary Bourne, Hants. f- Flt. Sub-Lt. C. H. Brinsmead R.N. Killed in the Mediterranean, Jan 11. Second son of the late H.G. Brinsmead, of Hampstead. g- LT.-COL. E. A. R. Howell. He was drowned in the sinking of the Peninsular and Oriental liner Persia on December 30. h- Capt. and ADJ. T. F. Thorne Grenadier Guards. Killed at Hill 70, while trying to save a drummer, September 28. i- 2nd Lieut. M. S. Straight 12th (attached 1st) Essex Regiment, formerly 11th Batt. 1st C.E.F. Son of the late A. B. Straight, Chelmsford. j- 2nd Lieut. W. H. Collinson 6th Northumberland Fusiliers. Killed in France, Jan. 5th. Only son of W. R. F. Collinson, of Fairfield, Hornsea. k- 2nd Lt. E. Kennedy Smith 1st East Kent Regiment. He died of wounds. December 22. Son of Mr. W. Macdonald Smith. l- 2nd Lt. Harold Austin 12 (attached 9th) Worcester Regt. Killed with the B.E.M.F., Jan 6. Only son of Maj. Austin Hdqrs. Hamilton. m- Lt. W. Frank Thompson R.A.M.C. Died of wounds, Jan 1. A graduate of King's College, Cambridge, and a student of Bartholomew's Hospital. n- Major H. J. U. Wilkins 1st South Lancashire Regiment. He was appointed second in command of the 6th Battalion in February last. o- Lieut. Guy T. Baker 1/5 The Buffs. Killed in Mesopotamia, Jan. 6. Only son of Sidney H. Baker, Poul Hurst, Benchley, Kent. p- Lieut. R. C. McB. Broun Reported missing, believed Killed, between Dec. 6 and 11, in the Balkans. Attached to 6th R. Dublin Fusiliers. q- 2nd Lieut. F. L. Roe 2nd South Lancashire Regt. Died of wounds in France, Jan 7. Son of the late F. L. Roe, of Totnes. r- Lieut. and AdJ. M. C. M. Law 1/6 West Riding Regiment. Mentioned in despatches, January 1. Second son of Mr. D. G. Law, of Guiseley. s- Major J. Russell Wardle Glasgow Yeomanry. Son of the late Mr. Henry Wardle. M.P. He was always interested in volunteering. t- Lieut. W. J. Coventry 7th Hariana Lancers. Grandson of the late Sir J. Grinlinton : well known in India as a steeplechase rider. u- Sergt. Louis Colbourne 19th Royal Fusiliers (2nd Public Schools). An old Tonbridgian. Son of Alderman Colbourne, of Brighton. v- 2nd Lieut. L. W. Yule No. 7 Squadron Royal Flying Corps. Youngest son of the late Colonel Yule, of the Royal Scots Fusiliers.Condition is Very Good.