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By the Trumpeters of the Honourable Artillery Company. Killed in action 3rd July Son of the late Mr. Abbott, of The Priory, Burbage Rd. Pier and Face 5 D.
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Clerk at the Exchange. The Buffs East Kent Regt. London, 29 July, ; educ. Killed in action 28th July Enlisted as Private , Honourable Artillery Company. At front in France 14th February Killed in action 3rd May Son of Percy E.
Killed in action 3rd September Pier and Face 16 B and 16 C. Member of the Exchange.
Extract from the Stock Exchange Memorial Book: Born in , he was educated at University College School. He married in Annette, daughter of the late Sir Joseph Duveen. In April he was granted a commission as Captain, and with Lieut. Darrell was mainly responsible for raising the 16th Battalion, Rifle Brigade. After training at Winchester and Aldershot, he was promoted Major before the battalion went to France in March , in time to take part in much of the heaviest fighting of the Somme battle.
He was killed while leading his men in the assault on Beaumont Hamel on 3 September , being then forty-one years of age. His Commanding Officer Lieut. When I say that he was unequalled as a Company Commander in the New Armies, I am not using terms of exaggerated praise but stating an absolute fact that was recognized by all who came into contact with him, from generals downwards.
His men absolutely adored him, as well they might, and not only the officers of this Regiment loved him but all the officers of the Brigade who had the honour of knowing him. Died of wounds 31st May City of London Regt. Fife], by his wife, Ada Louise, dau. Honor Oak, 12 Feb. Haileybury College, and on leaving there, entered the firm of Frank T. Born Johannesburg 23rd July Dispersal 21 July , in S. Killed in action 24th April Immediately on the outbreak of war he enlisted in the i oth Stock Exchange Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers, refused the commission that was offered to him in that Regiment, and went to France with them in as a N.
In the following year he accepted a commission in the 10th East Surreys, was transferred to the Royal Sussex and afterwards attached to the 13th East Surreys. He was killed on 24 April, , in an attack on Villers Plouich, north of Peronne.
His death is thus described by a sergeant in his Company: Everything went very well in the attack, and we captured the first machine gun and many prisoners. After the objective was gained and the men were digging in under his supervision, one was badly hit and Lieutenant Alexander told a man to go to his assistance, but went himself instead as there was a lot of shelling, and while bandaging the man they were both killed by a heavy shell.
He was a man absolutely without fear and commanded the respect and affections of his Company to such an extent that I think every man would have cheerfully died for him. It was just like him to give his life in looking after one of his men. Killed in action in Palestine 26th March Enlisted Ilford, Essex, resident Goodmayes, Ilford. Born at Pitchcombe, Glos. His brother Ewart Leslie Andrew also fell. Formerly Private , 4th, Essex Regiment.
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Died of wounds in the United Kingdom 9th June Enlisted London, resident East Barnet. Formerly , 5th Battalion, London Regiment. Died of wounds 15th June Panel 38 and Killed in action 26th September Panel to Died of wounds 10th August Son of the late Thomas and Mary Matilda Ashworth. Died in United Kingdom 2nd February Formerly , West Kent Yeomanry. On leaving school in his seventeenth year he went into the offices of Miles and Co.
In April he became a member of the Stock Exchange. When war broke out he was with R. He joined the West Kent Yeomanry in , and at the end of the following year he was invalided home and sent to the Military Hospital, Edmonton, where he died of consumption on 4 February , at the age of thirty-five.
Killed in action 23rd April Born Romford, Essex, enlisted London, resident Addlestone. Commemorated on Special Memorial A.
The cemetery contains burials and commemorations of the First World War. Killed in action 28th November Son of the late Col. Heneage Charles Bagot-Chester and Mrs. He was very well-known with the Belvoir and Quorn Foxhounds and hunted from Melton Mowbray for several seasons.
He was all through the South African War and was present at the following engagements: Belmont, Modder River, Graspan, and Magersfontein.
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On the Stock Exchange, where he became a member in , he was connected for some years with the firm of Linton Clarke and Co. He rejoined the moment the war broke out. His death took place in the course of the battle for Cambrai in November , which opened with the famous surprise attack with tanks. He was hit by a shell and is buried near Flesqueires.
A letter from a brother officer said: His loss will be felt throughout the Brigade of Guards, for he was ever a brave, gallant, and very popular officer, and we shall one and all mourn his loss. Killed in action 29th July Third son of the late Arthur H.
Special Reserve , Grenadier Guards, 3rd a. Anti-Aircraft Corps in Sept. He was a good all-round athlete; played in the Abbey School XI.. Baker of 68 Princes Gate. He played cricket and football for Sherborne, and won his Rugby "blue" at Oxford in , being captain in He became a member of the Stock Exchange in On the outbreak of war he was given a commission in the R.
He was killed in action on 29 July , and left a widow. Killed in action 26th October Born in Redhill 8th October Youngest son of Edward L. Educated at Tonbridge School. Ex-Canadian Contingent at Ypres. Died 12th December Awarded the Distinguished Service Order D.
He was killed in action while commanding a battalion of the Worcestershire Regt. A memorial service was held for him bat St. London Gazette, 4 June The King has been graciously pleased to give orders for the appointment of the undermentioned Officers to be Companions of the Distinguished Service Order, in recognition of their services in the prosecution of war.