Rank Archives: 2nd Lieutenant
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A1209 Second Lieutenant Alfred Ofield of Leicester, ‘X’ Corps Signals, Royal Engineers, died 11 November, 1917, aged 22. Courtesy of Nick Ofield.
A1201 2nd Lieutenant Walter Alan Proctor of Burnley, died 25th June 1919, aged 24. Courtesy of Clifford Scott.
A1199 2nd Lieutenant Herbert Birchonall Chorlton of Burnley, missing in action 26th March 1918, aged 38. Courtesy of Clifford Scott.
A1198 2nd Lieutenant Edward Roland Coar of Burnley, 2nd Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, died of wounds 8th January 1918, aged 22. Courtesy of Clifford Scott.
B974 2nd Lieutenant A. Watson, 3/5 Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment, Bamber Studio, Preston, 1915.
G1123 2nd Lieutenant Frederick William Wright, Royal Naval Air Service and R.A.F, and pals. Courtesy of his son, James Wright.
B973 2nd Lieutenant Frederick William Wright, Royal Naval Air Service and R.A.F. Courtesy of his son, James Wright.
B965 Second Lieutenant Vernon Kirkby, Army Service Corps. Williams Studio, Leicester. Courtesy of Jean Taylor.
B942 Second Lieutenant Charles Paterson, 4th Battalion, Royal Scots, died 28 June1915 . Courtesy of William Mears.
G1109 Named officer cadet battalion group, 29 August 1917, with casualties: F.H. Scott, George Fairburn Senior, Herbert Charles Valentine Sharps, Albert Edward Smith and Matthew Arnold Thompson.
A1093 2nd Lieutenant Albert Edward Smith, 1st Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment, killed in action, 22 March 1918.
B893 2nd Lieutenant William Pritchett, 17th (Welbeck Rangers) Battalion, Sherwood Foresters, Ripon, 1917.
F426 Captain Mellard Settle of Settle, 5th Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment, died 23 December, 1918, a prisoner of war, with his brother, Second Lieutenant Reginald (right), 15 Sqdn, Royal Flying Corps, killed 23 July, 1916, and their sisters. Courtesy of Cheshire Remembers.
B864 2nd Lieutenant Reynell Huyshe, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry, circa 1915. Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
A1018 2nd Lieutenant Paul Vincent Dann, 6th Battalion, South Staffordshire Regiment, killed in action 13 October 1915. Courtesy of Paul Hansford.
A991 2nd Lieutenant Richard Wilks, 2nd 5th Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment, died 30 Nov 1917. Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
A982 2nd Lieutenant Herbert Bennett, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, died 22 April 1918. Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
A975 2nd Lieutenant Frank Douglas Sowerby of Hawerby Hall, Chevalier of the Legion of Honour, 4th (Queen’s Own) Hussars, died 1 August 1916. Courtesy of Steve Bramley.
A969 2nd Lieutenant Howard James Harding Moss of Loughborough, 5th Battalion, Leicestershire Regiment, died 13 October 1915, aged 19. Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
A969 2nd Lieutenant John Robert White of Bexleyheath, 7th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment, died 23 April 1917. Courtesy of Pauline Watson.
A919 2nd Lieutenant Frederick Norman Bewley, 16th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters (Chatsworth Rifles), died 20 September 1917. Courtesy of Michael Briggs.
G943 Reginald Carter Davis and pals, 16th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters (Chatsworth Rifles). Courtesy of Michael Briggs.
A835 Reginald Carter Davis M.C., 16th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters, (Chatsworth Rifles).Courtesy of Michael Briggs.
A834 2nd Lieutenant John Glynne Morris, 16th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters, (Chatsworth Rifles), killed 23 September 1917. Courtesy of Michael Briggs
A833 2nd Lieutenant Frederick Norman Bewley,16th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters, (Chatsworth Rifles), died 20th September 1917. Courtesy of Michael Briggs.
G932 11th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, with Captain William Hart (seated left) and 2nd Lieutenant A.A. Milne (rear left). Courtesy of Paul Hughes.