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THE GREAT WAR

1918 -9

UNITED SERVICES COLLEGE PUPILS & STAFF,

WHO DIED IN THE SERVICE OF THEIR COUNTRY

The following are abstracts taken from the records of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

Further information on the men is given in the Haileybury Register 1862-1994. Records for those, who only attended Imperial Services College are in a separate File.

 THEIR RECORDS

A FLETCHER

Captain 2nd Garrison Battalion., Royal Irish Fusiliers

attached Garrison Battalion., The King's (Liverpool Regiment)

who died on Thursday 14 February 1918 . Age 49 .

Additional Information: Father of Mr. J. A. Fletcher, of Railway Operating Div. Harston, Grantham. Cemetery: STRUMA MILITARY CEMETERY Greece Grave or Reference Panel Number: IX. D. 9

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JOHN HARTLEY GROWSE

Captain 2nd Battalion., Northamptonshire Regiment

who died on Monday 1 April 1918 . Age 24 .

Additional Information: attached. Fifth Army School of Instruction. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Growse, of Hendon, London. Awarded Sword of Honour at Sandhurst. Officers, Cemetery: ST. SEVER CEMETERY, ROUEN Seine-Maritime, France Grave or Reference Panel Number: B. 6. 16.

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GEORGE NORMAN BOWES FORSTER CMG, DSO

Brigadier General

Commanding 42nd Infantry Brigade, Royal Warwickshire Regiment

who died on Thursday 4 April 1918 .

Additional Information: Husband of Mrs. Forster, of Warwick Lodge, Berrylands Rd., Surbiton, Surrey.  Cemetery: POZIERES MEMORIAL Somme, France Grave or Reference Panel Number: Panel 18 and 19

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FRANCIS GEORGE WYNNE DSO

Major The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment attached. 1st Battalion., Wiltshire Regiment

who died on Wednesday 10 April 1918 . Age 32 .

Additional Information: Son of the late Maj. Mark Saurin Wynne (81st Regt.) and Susanna Frances Wynne, of Mellaston, Pembroke. Cemetery: PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL Comines-Warneton, Hainaut, Belgium Grave or Reference Panel Number: Panel 7

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W McCONAGHY DSO

Major Royal Army Medical Corps

who died on Thursday 4 July 1918 .

Additional Information: Egyptian Order of The Nile 4th Class. Son of M. B. McConaghy, of "Ferndale," Westward Ho, Devon, and the late Surgeon-Gen. William McConaghy. Cemetery: SUEZ WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY Egypt Grave or Reference Panel Number: D. 89.

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O V THOMAS

Flight Commodore Royal Air Force

who died on Monday 29 July 1918 .

Cemetery: COOPERSALE (ST. ALBAN) CHURCHYARD Essex, United Kingdom

Brother of R N Thomas Killed in Action 23 August 1915

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CLAUDE QUAYLE LEWIS PENROSE MC and Bar

Major 245th Siege Battery., Royal Garrison Artillery

who died on Thursday 1 August 1918 . Age 24 .

Additional Information: twice Mentioned in Despatches. Commanding .died of wounds received the previous day. Son of Harry Hugh and Mary Penrose, of Kinsale, Ireland. Resident at Deepcut, Surrey. Educated at the United Services College and the R.M.A., Woolwich. Cemetery: ESQUELBECQ MILITARY CEMETERY Nord, France Grave or Reference Panel Number: III. D. 21.

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JOHN WILLIAM MAUNSELL

Lieutenant 5th Battalion., Australian Infantry, A.I.F

who died on Friday 9 August 1918 . Age 29 .

Additional Information: Son of Col. A. J. Maunsell and Augusta Maunsell; husband of Mildred Maunsell, of Kooringa, South Australia. Born in Co. Wicklow, Ireland. Cemetery: HEATH CEMETERY, HARBONNIERES Somme, France Grave or Reference Panel Number: IV. B. 1 

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G D PIKE MC

Colonel 9th Gurkha Rifles

who died on Thursday 15 August 1918 .

Cemetery: HAIDAR PASHA MEMORIAL Turkey

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RUPERT CALDWELL BUTLER FELLOWES

Captain 1st Battalion., Coldstream Guards

who died on Wednesday 21 August 1918 . Age 24 .

Additional Information: Son of the late Rear-Admiral Sir Thomas and of Lady Fellowes, of "Woodfield," Stevenage, Herts. Cemetery: BAC-DU-SUD BRITISH CEMETERY, BAILLEULVAL Pas de Calais, France Grave or Reference Panel Number: III. A. 30.

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ARTHUR HANNYNGTON CB, CMG, DSO

Brigadier General 129th Duke of Connaught's Own Baluchis

who died on Wednesday 21 August 1918 . Age 50 .

Additional Information: Order of St. Stanislas 2nd Class (Russia). Son of the late John Child Hannyngton, I.C.S., and Laura Elizabeth Hannyngton (nee Onslow); husband of Mary Hannyngton, of 93, Beaufort Mansions, Chelsea, London. Cemetery: ISMAILIA WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY Egypt Grave or Reference Panel Number: A. 47.

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ARTHUR HUGH COURTREY GALBRAITH

Lieutenant 284th Siege Battery. 83rd Brigade., Royal Garrison Artillery

who died on Monday 9 September 1918 . Age 21 .

Additional Information: Son of the late Maj. Gen. Sir William Galbraith, K.C.B., and of Lady Galbraith. Born at Malvern Wells. Cemetery: ST. SEVER CEMETERY, ROUEN Seine-Maritime, France Grave or Reference Panel Number: Officers, C. 7. 1.

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SACKVILLE MALCOLM BERKELEY LYDE MALCOLM

Captain Northumberland Fusiliers

who died on Thursday 17 October 1918 .

Cemetery: HESTON (ST. LEONARD) CHURCHYARD Middlesex, United Kingdom Grave or Reference Panel Number: I. 21.

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M J N McCREERY

Captain 3rd Battalion., Royal Dublin Fusiliers

who died on Monday 21 October 1918 . Age 26 . 

Cemetery: KILKENNY (ST. CANICE) CHURCH OF IRELAND CATHEDRAL County Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland, Grave or Reference Panel Number: Close to North entrance of cathedral. 

USC 1907.2 - 1909.3 Mona J McCreery Son of Lieutenant Colonel B. T. McCreey RAMC  CD Rom "Soldiers Died 1914" confirms Mona J McCreey

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J B JOBLING

Captain 17th Salvage Coy., Labour Corps

who died on Monday 4 November 1918 .

Additional Information: Husband of Mrs. J. B. Jobling. of 99, Grosvenor Rd., London. Cemetery: AWOINGT BRITISH CEMETERY Nord, France Grave or Reference Panel Number: III. C. I. CDROM "Soldiers died WW1" confirms John Beresford Jobling -Labour Corps

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T G BLOIS-JOHNSON CMG, CIE

Lieutenant Colonel 2nd/67th Punjabis

who died on Tuesday 5 November 1918 . Age 51 .

Additional Information: Son of Maj. William Thomas Johnson (Indian Army), and W. J. Johnson (nee Poyser). Cemetery: KARACHI 1914-1918 WAR MEMORIAL Pakistan

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PHILIP EDMUND VAUGHAN DSO

Major Worcestershire Regiment

who died on Thursday 5 December 1918 . Age 40 .

Additional Information: Son of Capt. Herbert Vaughan, of Brynog, Cardiganshire; husband of M. Vaughan, of Benhill Wood End, Sutton, Surrey. Cemetery: LLANFIHANGEL YSTRAD (ST.MICHAEL) CHURCHYARD Cardiganshire, United Kingdom Grave or Reference Panel Number: In family vault under Church Brother of C D Vaughan Killed in Action 25 April 1915

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The Hon. ALEXANDER BEAMISH HAMILTON CB

Brigadier General

who died on Monday 30 December 1918 . Age 58 .

Additional Information: Son of the late Lt. Col. S. B. Hamilton and Marianne his wife. Served as Controller of Embarkation, Southampton, in the Dardanelles and at Salonica; and on Special Service in the Mediterranean, at home, and in Canada. Cemetery: AFFPUDDLE (ST. LAURENCE) CHURCHYARD Dorset, United Kingdom Grave or Reference Panel Number: West of church

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THE GREAT WAR 1918 -9

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