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1 September 1914 : 2nd Lt George Edward Cecil

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The son of Lord and Lady Edward Cecil (daughter of Admiral Frederick Maxse) and the grandson of the 3rd Marquess of Salisbury (three times Prime Minister). At the 1901 Census George (age 5) was at home with his mother (age 29) and their seven servants: butler, nurse, cook, kitchen maid, lady's maid, house maid and 18 year old Swiss nursery mai…


9 October 1914 : Lieutenant Colonel Aymer Edward Maxwell

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Educated at Eton and the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. HE was a JP, DL and County Councillor for Wigtownshire and a Director of Crichton Royal Institution. Married 1909 Lady Mary Percy, daughter of the Duke of Northumberland. They had four children. He entered the Grenadier guards in September 1897. He served in the South African War. On mob…


3 February 1915: Capt Oriel William Erskine Bannerman

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2nd son of the late General William Bannerman CB 104th Wellesley’s Rifles and of Louisa Bannerman (née Goddard). Educated Cheltenham College and Sandhurst. Joined the Indian Army 27 July 1898, promoted Lieutenant 27 October 1900 and Captain 27 July 1907 and from October 1903-07 was ADC to Major-General G Henry Divisional Commander at Meerut. …


5 February 1917 : 2nd Lieut John Huntley Wickham Stevenson

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Son of Surgeon General Henry Wickham Stevenson of Lorn House, Castletown, Isle of Man and Frances Clara (nee Skrine). Educated Holm Leigh, Buxton and Springfield Park, Horsham Preparatory Schools and Wellington College, and the Royal Military College, Sandhurst. Gazetted 2nd Lieutenant, unattached List for the Indian Army 13 January 1915. W…


1 March 1915 : Lt Walter Drummond Vyvyan

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Parents Richard Walter Comyn Vyvyan and Mary (née Foster). Walter was educated at Clifton College, Bedford Grammar School and RMC Sandhurst from where he was gazetted, in May 1907, to the King's Shropshire Light Infantry. Initially joining the 1st Battalion at Bordon, he was sent to the 2nd Battalion in India in September 1909, being promoted…


3 March 1915 : Lieut. Wickham Leathes Harvey

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Parents Arthur and mother Emily (née Stanger-Leathes and from New South Wales, Australia) of Hoon-Hay, the Drive, Belmont Surrey. Educated at Quernmore, Bromley, Kent and the Royal Military College, Sandhurst. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. For the Indian Army, 9 Sept 1908 and attached to the 1st South Wales Borderer for his first year joining them at Quetta…


3 March 1915 Lieut. Wickham Leathes Harvey 7th Duke of Connaught’s Own Rajputs, Indian Army.

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Parents Arthur and mother Emily (née Stanger-Leathes) of Hoon-Hay, the Drive, Belmont Surrey. At the 1901, age 13, Whickham lived at home with his parents, 3 siblings, 2 aunts  and 3 domestic servants. Educated at Quernmore, Bromley, Kent and the Royal Military College, Sandhurst.  Gazetted 2nd Lieut. For the Indian Army, 9 Sept 1908 and attache…


12 March 1915 : Major (Lt. Col) David Coley Young

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Only son of the later Colonel David Butler Young of the Bombay Staff Corp and Mary Young (née Cronyn) from Ireland.  Educated at Sedbergh School where he competed in and won the three mile and ten mile runs. Passing into the RMC, Sandhurst in 1888 and joining the Durham Light Infantry, 1889 being transferred to the Indian Staff Corps in 1892 …


22 June 1916 : 2nd Lieut. Trevor Allington Crosland

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Youngest son of Thomas (a woollen cloth manufacturer) and Charlotte (née Sykes) Age 4 at the 1901 Census Trevor was living at Boulby Grange, Huddersfield with his parents, older brother by 16 years, nurse, housemaid and cook.  Trevor was educated at Harrow School, and at the time of the 1911 Census he was unwell and in the School Sanatorium, an…