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For his brother officers and his men such an action is always and will be a daring and difficult aim to reach. In spite of this he showed bearing and leadership of the very highest order, and undoubtedly his exemplary behaviour affected the discipline of the men under his command in their efforts to extinguish the fire and succour the casualties under very hazardous circumstances.** On 23rd April 1945 at Massa Fiscaglia (Italy) Capt. Sir Reginald Pole-Carew (1849-1924), KCB, Antony, Cornwall, and Lady Beatrice Frances Elizabeth Pole-Carew (ne Butler) (1876-1952), elder daughter of 3rd Marquess of Ormonde. Married 1st () Cynthia Mary Burns (OBE 1959) (died ), only daughter of Walter Spencer Morgan Burns, North Mymms Park, Hatfield; one son, two daughters. commissioned, Royal Regiment of Artillery [previous service in Australian Military Forces from (including an antedate of 1 year 6 months in respect of graduation from RMC Duntroon) -5 years- to count for pay, increase of pay and time promotion]Member of London Stock Exchange, 1913-1936. Colonel 381 (East Surrey) Light Regiment RA, TA, 1947-1957.
Captain Cadell and Corporal Williamson replied and then made a quick move left flanking. 25 yds of completely open ground away from the enemy strong point, here a German dog came in - but a tin of bully was just enough to keep him quiet. During part of the mid 1960's he held the tenancy of a public house called The Halfway House in Brenchley, Kent and in 1969 moved to Cornwall on retirement." Third son (with four brothers) of Maj. The blast was so violent that it blew other shell to pieces, reduced many more to a very dangerous condition, started a fire, and blanketed the area with smoke. Worked in the lumber/pulp and paper industry until retirement. Married (, Hagerstown, Maryland, USA) Mary Janet Merriman Mowrer, elder daughter of Dr & Mrs Charles L. 1971); Fighting mad (1964); Slim (1972); Chindits : long range penetration (1973); A dictionary of battles (with Peter Young) (2 vols., 1977-1978) Emigrated to Canada early 1947, eventually became a Lt. being appointed as Commanding Officer Seaforth Highlanders of Canada (1963-1966).Son of John Compton Cavendish, 4th Baron Chesham and Margot of 4th Baron and Margot, daughter of late J. Marshall, White Hill, Cambridge; two sons, two daughters. Played for the MCC1923-1928, and for Wales 1923-1926. Penelope Isobel Portman ( - ), daughter of Gerald Berkeley Portman, 7th Viscount Portman (1875-1948) and Dorothy Marie Isolde Sheffield (1878-1964); one son, one daughter. Frederick William Stanley (1878-1942) and Lady Alexandra Louise Elizabeth Acheson (1878-1958). Called to Bar, 1926; KC (QC) ; Senior Chairman War Pensions (Special Review) Tribunals, 1947; Official Referee, 1948. President, Hornsey (N London) YMCA; Chairman, Metropolitan Union of YMCA. Wales' oldest rugby cap William Harries Clement has died at the age of 91. Mc Creery, General Officer Commanding Eighth Army] Son of Lt. Sir George Sidney Clive (1874-1959), and Madeline Buxton (1876? Married 2nd () Olivia Mary Beatrice Stanley ( - ), daughter of Lt. Senior Official Referee of the Supreme Court of Judicature, 1954-1963; of Gray's Inn and Western Circuit. During the evening of the same day, still with the same little force, very tired by now, he ambushed two unaware enemy relieve parties, captured four more prisoners, and killed six more of the enemy including two officers. Then he again went to the scene of the explosion to check up that the fire was out and that there were no further casualties, and finally ordered a roll call to see that all his personnel had been accounted for.
This feat of arms is one of the best examples of courage and leadership and self control of an officer. Captain Harley, owing to his proximity to the explosion suffered considerably from its effects; he had seen the wounded men and heard their screams, and was fully aware of the possibility of further detonations taking place.
They then succeeded in killing the German machine gunner and wounding the Sergeant leading the patrol and forced the remaining two to surrender. Mackellar, commanding 8th Battalion The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, , approved by Brig. After an hour of waiting for a suitable opportunity Capt. Henry Chavasse (1863-1943), and Judith Isabella Fleming (1867-1935). Captain Harley immediately ordered all men out of the building, leaving it himself only when he could see no more personnel.
They brought back three prisoners, a machine gun, two Schmeisser guns, two Luger pistols, maps and personal papers. Campbell decided to rush the house, which was built on a concrete and high base. He re-entered the building almost immediately to find some injured men running out. Mc Garrigle, Royal Pioneer Corps, to fetch fire appliances, and himself went further into the smoke where he found a badly injured soldier staggering about.
In this phase of the fighting Lieutenant-Colonel Campbell's personality dominated the battle field by a display of valour and utter disregard for personal safety, which could not have been excelled. Chairman: Totnes RDC, 1971-72; Totnes Petty Sessional Division, 1972-75. Lord-Lieutenant of Cornwall, -; Member of the Prince of Wales's Council, 1952-68; Member, Jockey Club (incorporating National Hunt Committee), since 1969. Elder of the two sons and eldest of five children of Sir Alexander Christison, second baronet (1828–1918), surgeon-general in the Bengal army, and his second wife, Florence (1861–1949), daughter of F. Colonel, The Duke of Wellington's Regiment, 1947-57; Colonel, 10th Princess Mary's Own Gurkha Rifles, 1947-57; Honorary Colonel, 414th Coast Regiment Royal Artillery, 1950-57. : Manual of interpretation of air photographs (1939); The Churchill chronicles: annals of a yeoman family (privately published 1986); Commando crusade (1987); articles to Yorks Archolog. [1944/45 Operation Floodlight (Italy): political and military liaison mission consisting of Major W O Churchill, to act as British Liaison Officer to General Cadorna at the request of the CLNAI in northern Italy.] Son of Wyndham Damer Clark (1884-1961), and Viviane Margaret Nellie Bourke (died 1957).
Realising that it was imperative for the future success of the Army plan to hold the bridgehead his Battalion had captured, he inspired his men by his presence in the forefront of the battle, cheering them on and rallying them as he moved to those points where the fighting was heaviest. Son (with one sister and one brother) of William James Cann, RN (1867-1930), and Laura Bunker (1867-1942). A Gentleman of HM Bodyguard of the Honourable Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms, -72, Standard Bearer, -. After he was evacuated from St Valery (51st Highland Division) I would be interested to know where he was posted. Which he had been training for.* The enemy had managed to advance within rifle range of both flanks of the battery, of which this officer was in command. Alexander Bannerman Carnegie, RN (1894-1989), and Susan Ottilia de Rodakowski-Rivers (1897-1968), of Crimmongate, Lonmay, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Son of Lon Constant Ghislain Carton de Wiart (1854-1915), barrister, Brussels and Cairo. House Surgeon Royal Victoria Hospital Folkestone & Charing Cross Hospital. General practitioner (late 1950s Cartwright, Munden & Forrester), Ilminster, Somerset. Son of William Austin Challoner (1861-1938), and Emily Bickerstaffe (1862-1948). ).1922, Blackpool, Lancashire) Daisy Harris ( - ), daughter of William Harris (1879-1920), and Ethel Beatrice Kitson (1882-1959); ... Married 1st (; divorced 1947) Lavinia Mariquita Shaw-Stewart (-(03?
Judging that the risk was too big for a frontal attack the position was approached with 2 armed jeeps only. Ian Maxwell Campbell, CBE (18701954), and Hilda Mary Wade. In spite of heavy machine gun and shell fire in the early stages of the attack, Lieutenant-Colonel Campbell successfully accomplished this difficult operation, captured at least 600 prisoners and led his Battalion to its objective, having to cross an unswept portion of the enemy minefield in doing so. ).1940, Thanet district, Kent) Georgina Evelyn Mary (Bay) Strickland (-09.1999), only daughter of Dr & Mrs H. Honorary Colonel, 4/5th Battalion DCLI (TA), -60; Honorary Cololonel, DCLI (TA) 1960-67. Colonel; Warden of Whiteley Village, Waltonon Thames, 1936-1959. ).1893 - ), of Southborough, Tunbridge Wells, Kent; one son. ).1953, Bodmin district, Cornwall) Mary Patricia A. Residence: (1940) Dorney, Berkshire; two daughters. Education: Coleraine Academical Institution; Rossall School; Manchester University (electrical engineering) Worked at Metropolitan Vickers, Manchester, for a time, and then in the family firm of Christies Ltd. Troop Commander, X Troop Battery Commander (Officer Commanding) [except for some time in 09.1942 & 10.1942 when hospitalized, and for a short period from 02.1943 to ...