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List Of Officer Casualties
THE ROLL OF HONOUR.
WELL-KNOWN TERRITORIAL OFFICER KILLED.
"SPY" CASE RECALLED.
A further list of casualties to British officers was issued last night.
The list is as follows :—
BRADFORD, Col. Slr E. R., Bt., Seafortb. Highlanders. A son of the late Sir Edward Bradford,
Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police.
LE MARCHANT, Lt.-Col. L. St. G., D.S.O., E. Lancs Regt.
SPRINGFIELD, Capt. G. P. O., 2nd Dragoon G. (Q. Bays).
STEWART, Capt. B., West Kent Yeomanry .
Capt. Stewart, of the West Kent Yeomanry,
the first Territorial officer whose name has been included in a list of killed,
was the Capt. Bertrand Stewart who, with Lieut. Trench,
was arrested in Germany on a charge of espionage in 1911.
GEDDES, Lt.-Col. J. G., R.F.A.
PINCHING, Capt. M. C. C., 2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Bays)
Officer Rejoined, Previously Reported Missing.
BUTLER, Major Hon. L. J. P., Irish Guards.
A further list of wounded non-commissioned
officers and men will be found on page 8.
MISSING R.A.M C. OFFICERS SAFE.
News has been received from Major Falkner, R.A.M.C., of Field
Ambulance No. 4, that the eight officers of this
ambulance who were reported missing on September 3rd, were all
captured, and have since sent word that they are being
well treated. The names of the officers are :—
Lieut. A. J. Brown,
Major P. H. Collingwood,
Lieut. S: M. Hattersley,
Lieut. H. W. Hills,
Lieut. C. L, Lauder,
Capt. J. P. Lynch,
Lieut. L. M. Routh;
Capt. A. A. Sutcliff.
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