Rank Archives: Captain
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A1131Captain A.M. Montriou Tollemache, 2nd Lieutenant, Lancashire Hussars 1914-16, Captain Lancashire Fusiliers 1917-8. Courtesy of Alan Tollemache.
A1122 Captain George Edward Schultz of Oxton and Crosby,15th Battalion, Cheshire Regiment, died of wounds, 19 August, 1917. Courtesy of Cheshire Remembers.
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.
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.
U268 5th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment, annual camp,1914, led by Captain James Henry Hadfield. Courtesy of Steve Bramley.
A987 Captain The Reverend William Jollans of Scotter, M.C., attended Northumberland Fusiliers. Courtesy of Steve Bramley.
A936 Captain Horace William Harriman M.C., 8th Battalion, attd. 9th Battalion, West Riding Regiment, died 1 September 1918. Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
A935 Captain Thomas G. Thomas, C Coy, 13th Battalion, Welsh Regiment, died 23 August 1917. Courtesy of G.R.L. Thomas.
A917 Captain Charles Bower, 16th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters (Chatsworth Rifles), died 13 September 1917. Courtesy of Michael Briggs.
A832 Captain Charles Francis Bower, 16th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters, (Chatsworth Rifles), died 13 September 1917. Courtesy of Michael Briggs.
G933 C Coy, 11th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment with Captain William Hart (front with pipe), 3 officers killed in action. Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
G932 11th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, with Captain William Hart (seated left) and 2nd Lieutenant A.A. Milne (rear left). Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
B743 Captain Donald McRae, 5th Battalion, King’s Own Scottish Borderers, Catterick, c.1916. Courtesy of John Crawford.
B742 Captain Edward Coventon, 5th and 4th Reserve Battalions, King’s Own Scottish Borderers, wounded at Achi Baba Nullah, 12 July, 1915, Catterick, c.1916. Courtesy of John Crawford.
G920 Officers of the King’s Own Scottish Borderers, with John William Todd Dickie, M.C. and Belgian Croix de Guerre (left), and possibly Captain James Weir, M.C. 1/5th Battalion, wounded at Baigneux Ridge, Catterick, c.1916. Courtesy of John Crawford..
G919 Officers of the King’s Own Scottish Borderers, with Captain James McGeorge, 1/5th Battalion, wounded at El Jib (1917) and Beugneux Ridge (1918) (standing third from left), and Captain Donald McCrae, 1/5th Battalion (seated far right), Catterick c. 1916. Courtesy of John Crawford.
A793 Captain Frederick Worthington of Salford, 10th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment (Grimsby Chums), died of wounds 28 April 1917. Courtesy of Steve Bramley.
A775 Captain Ben Wilmot, M.C., of 128, Welholme Road, Grimsby, 20th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, killed in action 1917 aged 21. Courtesy of Steve Bramley.
A719 Captain Clifford Wilkes, 2nd Battalion, South Staffordshire Regiment, killed Arras, 28 April 1917. Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
B612 Captain, later Lieutenant Colonel John Eaton Blackwall, D.S.O. Sherwood Foresters. Courtesy of Michael Briggs.
B528 Captain Sydney Herbert Clarke, M.C. and Bar, 1st Aircraft Depot, Royal Flying Corps., and 3rd Battalion, Wiltshire Regiment,killed 2 September, 1917, aged 20. Courtesy of Tim Cornish.
A647 Captain W. Baker, 3rd Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, attending 14th, killed 23 October 1917. Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
B476 Captain, later Major George Rollo, 1st City Battalion, Kings Liverpool Regiment. Courtesy of Angela Collinson.
A576 Captain Neville M. North, M.C., 5th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, died 27 May 1918 aged 27. Courtesy of Helen Charlesworth.
A575 Captain Frederick H. Lawson, 5th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, killed 24th May 1915 aged 27, courtesy of Helen Charlesworth.