The Roll of Honour – Spring Term 1918

POTTS – William Janson Potts, R.F.A., attached to R.F.C., killed in an air fight, September 21st, 1917.

EVANS – William Evans, New Zealand Rifle Brigade, killed at Passchendaele, husband of Louie Evans (nee Foster).

READ. Killed at Econst St. Mein, April 2nd, 1917, Edward Macartney Read, Second-Lieutenant 9th Devon.

READ – Killed at Delville Wood, July, 1916, Thomas Jaf3ray Read, brother of Mildred Hepburn (Read).

COLLINS – Killed in action, on the 28th ult., John. Ferdinando, Second-Lieutenant, M.G.C., only son of the late H. J. Collins, Southcote­road, West Reading, and Mrs. Collins, St. Mark’s-road, Salisbury, aged 19, brother of M., P. and N. Collins.

CLIVE-SMITH – Killed in action, on the 24th March, Second-Lieu­tenant Colin Metcalfe Clive-Smith, eldest son of the late Clive-Smith, of Adelaide, S.A., and Estella Clive-Smith; of 15, Chaucer-road, Bedford, aged 19, brother of N. Clive-Smith.

HODGSON – Died of wounds, in Cairo, April lst, Charles Basil Mortimer Hodgson, Captain, the Queen’s Royal West Surrey Regiment, eldest son of Charles Durant Hodgson, and Mrs. Hodgson, of The Hallams, Shamley Green, Guildford, and beloved husband of Mary Alice (Molly), eldest daughter of the Ven. Archdeacon of Sarum and Mrs. Carpenter, of Salisbury.

SLOCOCK – On the 3rd April, in a hospital abroad, of wounds received in action 25th March, Captain Cyprian Henry Benson Slocock, of North Lodge, Maidenhead, aged 21, brother of M. and C. Slocock.

EVANS – Hugh Elwyn Evans, M.C., Yorkshire Regiment, fia.nce of Violet Christy.

CORNISH – Robert Kestell-Cornish, cousin of Kene Keble.

PRISONERS
W. TRAFFORD. J. GORDON.

MISSING
C. GALBRAITH BUCKLE.

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