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Hogg Lewis Steven Capt 9 RWF KIA 25.09.15.

Hogg Lewis Steven Capt 9 RWF KIA 25.09.15.

Capt. Mervyn Stronge Richardson (MID) 1st Bn Royal Welsh Fusiliers, VII Division. Previously wounded Apr. 1915. DOW rec'd Fricourt 19.3.1916 aged 21. Buried Point 110 New Military Cemetery, Fricourt. Grave Ref: D. 4. Youngest son of Capt. Arthur P. Richardson & Ethel M. Richardson, of Purton House, Purton, Wiltshire. Educated at Radley Coll., Captain of Boats, Leander Club. CWGC casualty/571139.

Capt. Mervyn Stronge Richardson (MID) 1st Bn Royal Welsh Fusiliers, VII Division. Previously wounded Apr. 1915. DOW rec'd Fricourt 19.3.1916 aged 21. Buried Point 110 New Military Cemetery, Fricourt. Grave Ref: D. 4. Youngest son of Capt. Arthur P. Richardson & Ethel M. Richardson, of Purton House, Purton, Wiltshire. Educated at Radley Coll., Captain of Boats, Leander Club. CWGC casualty/571139.

Private Samuel Rubery Thompson 1RWF 30 Oct 1914. He is commemorated at the Menin…

Private Samuel Rubery Thompson 1RWF 30 Oct 1914. He is commemorated at the Menin…

Captain Allen Grant Douglas. 14th Londons (London Scottish) Awarded the Military Cross at the Battle of Arras (1917). Killed in action at the Battle of Cambrai on 30 Nov. 1917.

Captain Allen Grant Douglas. 14th Londons (London Scottish) Awarded the Military Cross at the Battle of Arras (1917). Killed in action at the Battle of Cambrai on 30 Nov. 1917.

Sergent Paul Joannes Sauvage was a World War I flying ace credited with eight confirmed and six unconfirmed aerial victories. He was originally posted to fly a Nieuport for Escadrille 65, and scored his first victory with them on 16 July 1916. He became the youngest French ace on 2 October, and held that distinction until his death by anti-aircraft fire on 7 January 1917.

Sergent Paul Joannes Sauvage was a World War I flying ace credited with eight confirmed and six unconfirmed aerial victories. He was originally posted to fly a Nieuport for Escadrille 65, and scored his first victory with them on 16 July 1916. He became the youngest French ace on 2 October, and held that distinction until his death by anti-aircraft fire on 7 January 1917.

Lieut. Guy Ogden de Peyster Chance 1 RWF killed in action 19th October 1914.

Lieut. Guy Ogden de Peyster Chance 1 RWF killed in action 19th October 1914.

Captain Eric Ommanney Skaife was in the roll of honour but he survived the war, he was wounded and taken PoW

Captain Eric Ommanney Skaife was in the roll of honour but he survived the war, he was wounded and taken PoW

Sec-Lieut. Edward James Vibart Collingwood-Thompson. 2nd Bn Royal Welch Fusiliers(8.12.1893|10.9.1914) Shot at the Battle of the Marne on 9|9 DOW  10|9 at La Ferté-sous-Jouarre. Buried Perreuse Chateau Franco British National Cemetery. Grave Ref: I. D.46. The first officer of his battalion to fall. Only son of the late Edward Collingwood-Thompson & of Mrs. Andrew Wylie (formerly Collingwood-Thompson), of 4 Queen Anne St, Cavendish Sq, London.

Sec-Lieut. Edward James Vibart Collingwood-Thompson. 2nd Bn Royal Welch Fusiliers(8.12.1893|10.9.1914) Shot at the Battle of the Marne on 9|9 DOW 10|9 at La Ferté-sous-Jouarre. Buried Perreuse Chateau Franco British National Cemetery. Grave Ref: I. D.46. The first officer of his battalion to fall. Only son of the late Edward Collingwood-Thompson & of Mrs. Andrew Wylie (formerly Collingwood-Thompson), of 4 Queen Anne St, Cavendish Sq, London.

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Lieut. Rev. Charles Fleming Jelinger Symons 9 RWF KIA 25.09.15.

Lieut. Rev. Charles Fleming Jelinger Symons 9 RWF KIA 25.09.15.

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