The Roll of Honour, January 22nd, 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 22nd, 1916," called "The Roll of Honour," showing the Following portraits of British Officers who have Fallen in the Great War 1914-18. a- 2nd. Lieut. L. M. Peberdy 6th Durham Light Infantry. Killed at Ypres, Dec. 23, aged 21. He has a brother serving. b- Captain E. H. Sale 10th Gloucester Regiment. Fell at Loos, Sept. 25, aged 24. Son of Mr. Alfred Sale, of Atherstone. c- Lieut. T. B. Lowther 1st Lancashire Fusiliers. Killed at Dardanelles, June 4. Son of Col. W. G. Lowther, of Shrigley Park, Macclesfield. d- 2nd Lieut. John Bowman 9th (attached 5th) Oxford and Bucks Light infantry. Killed in Flanders, November 23. e- 2nd Lieut. S. H. Kirby Killed at the Dardanelles. Dec 19. He was the son of the late Mr. Sidney Kirby, a Ceylon tea-planter. f- 2nd Lieut. D. F. Childe 5th York and Lancaster Regiment. Killed in action. Dec. 19. Son of Mr. H. S. Childe, Berwick-in-Elmet. g- 2nd Lieut. P. A. Margetts One of the two soldier sons of Mr. F. W. Margetts, of Birstall. He belonged to the 6th Lincolns. h- 2nd Lieut. C. H. W. Darling 3rd Royal Irish Rifles. He fell in France, Dec 12. Second son of the late Rector of Kilesk, Co. Cork. i- Captain F. G. Burr 7th Royal Scots Fusiliers. Killed at Loos, Sept. 26. Son of Colonel F. W. Burr, of Gorse Hill, Eastbourne. j- 2nd LT. H. V. Woodford 8th Royal Berkshire Regiment. Killed in France. Oct. 13. Son of Mr. C. M. Woodford, Partridge Green, Sussex. k- 2nd Lieut. M. R. Pease 1st East Yorkshire Regiment. He was the son of Col. H. Pease, 12th E. Yorks Rgt. ; fell in France,Oct 20. l- Lieut. O. V. Le Bas The Queen's and Royal Flying Corps. Killed in an aeroplane fight in France, November 7. m- Maj. J. Russell Whardle Glasgow Yeomanry. Son of the late Mr. Henry Whardle, M.P. He was always interested in volunteering. n- Capt. E. F. Meadows Frost 5th H.L.I. Died of wounds, Dec. 20. Son of Mr. Meadows Frost, of West Kirby, and attached to the M. E. Force. o- LT. Malcolm Reg. Gibson 7th East Surrey Regiment. 1st machine-gun officer. Son of Mr. Walter Gibson M.V.O. An enthusiastic sportsman. p- Lieut. P. C. S. Russell 5th Scottish Rifles (attached 7th Squadron R.F.C.). Died on active service, Dec. 19. q- Capt. and Adj. F. S. Howard 3rd Royal Fusiliers. Killed in Gallipoli, Nov. 28. Formerly Assistant Mative Commissioner in Northern Rhodesia. r- Lt.-Col. C. Longueville Snow Killed in action in Egypt. Dec. 11. Youngest son of the late Mr. Thomas Snow, Barrister-at-Law. s- Lieut. G. F. Whidborne 3rd Coldstream Guards. Killed by a bomb while putting up barbed wire entanglements, October 21. t- 2nd LT. N. Morgan-Brown 15th (attached 8th) Northumberland Fusiliers. Died in Hospital at Alexandria, Oct. 31. aged 19. u- Colonel E. O. Wight Assistant Director of Medical Services, 49th Division. He was Killed in action in Flanders. December 19. v- 2nd LT. Reg, W, Phillipps Ensign 1st Grenadier Guards, Killed, Oct. 26. Only son of Mr. W. G. Phillipps, Berwick Ho., Shrewsbury.Condition is Very Good.