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World War 1 British Heroes : Picture and Indexed Honour Roll: British Officers
Time Period : World War 1 1918
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What a great gift for your loved ones, if your veteran died of wounds or was killed in action in World War I. Here are rare pictures of those so honored.

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Because old World War I Memorabilia was printed before computer indexing, I index every item I sell.

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APLIN, E. S., Capt., Worcester Regt. Son of Col. Aplin, Clinton Lodge, Budleigh Salterton, South Devon, and grandson of late Admiral E. D’O. D’A. Aplin. *

CARUS-WILSON, Trevor, Lieut. Col., D.S.O., D. of Cornwall’s L.I. Son of late Mr. E. S. Carus-Wilson, Penmount, Truro. Thrice mentioned in despatches. *

COLLINGS-WELLS, John S., Lieut. Col., V.C., D.S.O., Bedford Regt. Son of Mr. and Mrs. A Collings-Wells, Caddington Hall, Dunstable. Awarded, posthumously, the V.C. for great bravery after twice being wounded. *

DARLEY, John E. C., Lieut. Col., Hussars. Had a distinguished record for service in the South African War. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wellington Darley, Violet Hill, Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland. *

GLADDEN, Leslie Charles, Lieut. Essex Regiment. Youngest son of Mr. Frank G. Gladden, of 60, Selwyn Avenue, Richmond, S.W. Killed in action. Aged 19. *

GORE, Robert, Brig. Gen., C.B., C.M.G., Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Mentioned in despatches. Son of Mr. Nathaniel Gore. Killed in action. *

LE FLEMING, L. J., Lieut. Col., East Surrey Regiment. Had a distinguished record for service in the South African War. Youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Le Fleming, Eton House, Tonbridge, Kent.

LINDSAY, Archibald T. F., Lieut., R.E. Third son of Lieut. Col. Morgan Lindsay, Ystrad Mynach Glamorganshire, and Glasnevin House, Co. Dublin. *

LINDSAY, C. F. T., Major, R.F.A. Second son of Lt. Col.. Morgan Lindsay, Ystrad Mynach, Glamorganshire, and Glasnevin House, Co. Dublin. Mentioned in Despatches. *

MORGAN, Cecil B., Lieut. Col., D.S.O., Durham L.I. Youngest son of late Thomas Morgan, F.S.A. Had a distinguished service record, South African War. *

NEAME, Goeffrey, Major, M.C., R.F.A. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Neame, of Colkins, Faversham. Officially reported killed in action. *

READ, W. Lister, Capt., M.C., Cheshire Regt. Son of Mr. W. J. Read, Moorfield, Heath Rd., Stockport. Officially reported as having been killed in action. *

SEBASTIAN, S. R., Lieut. Col., M.C., Oxon and Bucks L.I. Son of Mr. Lewis Boyd Sebastian, Lexham Gardens, W. Mentioned in despatches. *

STEPHENSON, D. C., Major, D.S.O., M.C., Royal Horse Artillery. Eldest son of the late Lieut. Col. K. Stephenson, R.H.A., and Mrs. Stephenson. *

STRACHAN, W. S., Capt., R.E. Son of late Mr. George Strachan, Victoria Street, S.W., consulting engineer, and a nephew of the late W. T. Stead. *

THORNTON, Noel S., Major, Rifle Brigade. Youngest son of the Rev. John and Mrs. Thornton of Betchworth, Surrey. Had been mentioned in despatches. Killed in Action. *

WAKEFORD, O., Major, Royal Garrison Artillery. Was previously reported wounded; now officially reported as having died of wounds. *

WHITEHOUSE, Herbert, Major, R.F.A. Son of Mr. Philip Whitehouse, Moorfields, Church Lane, Handsworth Wood, Birmingham. *

The single page is 11 by 16 inches and is a collage of important photos of



THIS IS THE ORIGINAL PAGE SOME 89 YEARS OLD. Buyer pays $3.50 First Class Mail within states or $4.50 to Canada. $4.75 priority mail in U. S. International postage will be mailed at cost i.e.England -Air Mail Letter Post $11.00 U. S. Dollars. Texans must pay sales tax. Thanks, Tom


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