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4 hours ago, mrfrank said:

Hello Dick.....you wouldn't happen to have access to an image of Edward Graeme Ozanne who I believe was educated at Rugby School. He was KIA on 16Feb15 with 3rd Bn Royal Fusiliers. 

 

     There is a picture of Captain Edward Graeme Ozanne in "Rugbeians who Fell in the War", Vol.I.  The picture there can be found also by typing his name into Google and selecting "Images". It has been used on a website called "Our Heroes", which details casualties from County Down-Ozanne had connections through his mother.

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mrfrank

Thanks for the reply.....found that image. I've got an un-named 3rd RF officer group photo taken at Lucknow in 1914 and trying to confirm whether the chap seated first row far right is EG Ozanne.....there's certainly a likeness, but it's difficult when comparing different images that are often not great quality. Many thanks. 

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young Watson

Q for bigronhartley

you were asking about Jeremiah Watson some time ago, possibly with the Royal Garrison Artillery.  Postman in Sunderland before and after the war.  He was my grandfather, I wondered whether you are related?  regards  Ken 

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helpjpl

Eton:  I'd be very grateful for any information about Herbert Leslie Graham, 1893-1986.

Many thanks

JP

 

London Gazette, 9 October 1914

 

Graham, Herbert Leslie-LG, 09 October 1914.jpg

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Kimberley John Lindsay

Dear Dick,

John Edward Montague was born on 24 Mar 1873 and educated at Clifton College, Bristol.

I am in the running for his RE 15 Trio (MiD) and three Foreigners...

Could I possibly have his Clifton register, please?

Kindest regards,

Kim.

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rflory

JP wrote:Eton:  "I'd be very grateful for any information about Herbert Leslie Graham, 1893-1986."

 

From the Eton School Register Part VII 1909-1919:

 

Capt. Herbert Leslie Graham, MC

Son of C. B. Graham of Lyston Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk

At Eton from 1907 to 1912

Later at Magdalen College, Oxford

2nd Lieut., 6th Bn, South Staffs Regt., 1914

Lieut., Scots Guards, 1916

Captain, 1923

Served in France and gained the Military Cross

 

From The Magdalen College Record, Sixth Issue, 1966:

 

Graham Brigadier Herbert Leslie Graham, CBE, MC, Scots Guards

Born 22 Sept. 1893

2nd Lieut., South Staffs Regt., 1914

Went to France in 1915

Wounded at Loos

Transferred to the Scots Guards in 1916

Commanded 4th Bn, 1940

Served in Norway as Colonel and Brigadier

Mentioned in Despatcbes

In 1937 he married Nan, daughter of A. MacIntyre

Deputy Lieutenant (Hants), 1954

Member, Hartley Wintney RDC since 1956

 

Regards, Dick Flory

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rflory

Kim wrote: "John Edward Montague was born on 24 Mar 1873 and educated at Clifton College, Bristol. Could I possibly have his Clifton register, please?

 

Kim:  I don't think that is your man as the one at Clifton is John Eric Montagu who served with the RFA during the Great War.  Please advice.

 

Regards, Dick Flory

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helpjpl
11 hours ago, rflory said:

JP wrote:Eton:  "I'd be very grateful for any information about Herbert Leslie Graham, 1893-1986."

 

From the Eton School Register Part VII 1909-1919:

 

Capt. Herbert Leslie Graham, MC

Son of C. B. Graham of Lyston Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk

At Eton from 1907 to 1912

Later at Magdalen College, Oxford

2nd Lieut., 6th Bn, South Staffs Regt., 1914

Lieut., Scots Guards, 1916

Captain, 1923

Served in France and gained the Military Cross

 

From The Magdalen College Record, Sixth Issue, 1966:

 

Graham Brigadier Herbert Leslie Graham, CBE, MC, Scots Guards

Born 22 Sept. 1893

2nd Lieut., South Staffs Regt., 1914

Went to France in 1915

Wounded at Loos

Transferred to the Scots Guards in 1916

Commanded 4th Bn, 1940

Served in Norway as Colonel and Brigadier

Mentioned in Despatcbes

In 1937 he married Nan, daughter of A. MacIntyre

Deputy Lieutenant (Hants), 1954

Member, Hartley Wintney RDC since 1956

 

Regards, Dick Flory

 

Many thanks.

JP

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clive_hughes

Dear Dick,

A couple of new Anglesey-linked officers on my lists, with whose background I'd be grateful for any assistance please:

 

VINCENT, James Trevor Crawley.  (2nd?) Lieutenant 3 att. 2 Welsh Regt.  Educated Oswestry Grammar School and Rugby.  (Said in one source to have also been at University College of North Wales, Bangor; but I can't see him on the published war roll or on the UCNW war memorial).   Killed 9 May 1915, Aubers, aged 19.  

 

EVANS, Charles Heyland.  Born 1891.  2nd Lieut. Unattached List (TF) 1911; to 2nd Border Regt. 1912.  Educated Syrrell House private school, Llandudno (ca.1901); Mill Mead School, Shrewsbury; Haileybury College, Herts. 1905-09; and Pembroke College, Cambridge, 1910.  Killed 26 Oct. 1914, Ypres., aged 23.   

 

Kind regards,

Clive

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David_Underdown

I might just have a photo of his name on the Pembroke College Memorial, though the man I was interested in matriculated a few years earlier.  I'll try to have a look later.

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clive_hughes

Thanks David, appreciated.

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rflory

clive hughes wrote: 

VINCENT, James Trevor Crawley.  (2nd?) Lieutenant 3 att. 2 Welsh Regt.  Educated Oswestry Grammar School ( a member of the Junior Rugby Characters) and Rugby.  (Said in one source to have also been at University College of North Wales, Bangor; but I can't see him on the published war roll or on the UCNW war memorial).   Killed 9 May 1915, Aubers, aged 19.  

 

EVANS, Charles Heyland.  Born 1891.  2nd Lieut. Unattached List (TF) 1911; to 2nd Border Regt. 1912.  Educated Syrrell House private school, Llandudno (ca.1901); Mill Mead School, Shrewsbury; Haileybury College, Herts. 1905-09; and Pembroke College, Cambridge, 1910.  Killed 26 Oct. 1914, Ypres., aged 23.   

 

Clive:  Here is what I have:

 

2nd Lieut. James Trevor Crawley Vincent

Born 6 October 1895 the son of Sir Hugh Corbet Vincent of Bronwydd, Bangor, Caernarvonshire and his wife, Bronwen Adelaide Vincent

Educated at Rugby School from January 1909 to third term 1913

In February 1914 he was commissioned in the 2nd Battalion, Welch Regiment at Borden

Until January 1915 he was employed in training recruits at the Depot at Cardiff

Served in France and Flanders with 3rd Battalion, Welch Regiment

Killed at Neuve Chapell,  Ypres on 9 May 1915 while leading his men in an attack on a trench

Buried at the English Cemetery at Richebourg-St Vaast

 

A photo from the third mentioned source is below.

 

Sources: 

Rugby School Register, Annotated, 1822-1921

A History of Oswestry School

Memorials of Rugbeians Who Fell in the Great War, Volume 1

Rugby School War Register

 

Vincent.jpg

 

2nd Lieut. Charles Heyland Evans

Born on 4 May 1892, the son of Captain W E Evans, JP, DL, Llangefni, Anglesey

Educated at Haileybury College from third term, 1905 to Third Term, 1909

2nd Lieut., Border Regiment

Died in German hands on 26 October 1914 of wounds received in action

 

Sources;

Haileybury Register 1862-1961

Pembroke College Cambridge War List 1914-1918

 

 

 

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clive_hughes

That's useful and also very kind of you Dick, thanks for looking up so many sources!  

 

Clive

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ASA1

Hello Dick, could I trouble you for another lookup?

 

Harold Arthur Bryan DONKIN, died as a Private with 1st Queen's but had previously served as an officer in the Yorkshire Regiment. Attended Rugby school.

 

Many thanks,

Andy

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