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.
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.
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.