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Capt. Charles Hunter Browning. 124th Bty, 28th Bde, Royal Field Artillery. b. 9.4.1878. Educ. Eton, Captain of the School 1897, Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. Gaz. Sec-Lt. 24.6.1898. Served Sec. Boer War. KIA Le Cateau 26.8.1914 aged 36. Buried Le Cateau Military Cemetery. Grave Ref: IV. B.5. Son of Capt. Hugh E. Browning, late The Royal Scots Greys; of Clapham Park, Beds.

Capt. Charles Hunter Browning. 124th Bty, 28th Bde, Royal Field Artillery. b. 9.4.1878. Educ. Eton, Captain of the School 1897, Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. Gaz. Sec-Lt. 24.6.1898. Served Sec. Boer War. KIA Le Cateau 26.8.1914 aged 36. Buried Le Cateau Military Cemetery. Grave Ref: IV. B.5. Son of Capt. Hugh E. Browning, late The Royal Scots Greys; of Clapham Park, Beds.

Sec-Lieut James Douglas Herbert Farmer, 9th Bty, 41st Bde, Royal Field Artillery b.2.12.1892 (centre back row) Mundesley, Norfolk. Educated Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. On the outbreak of war, he was posted to the Western Front with 9th Battery, 41st Brigade. KIA 4.11.1914, aged 21. Commemorated on Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial to The Missing -> Panels 5 + 9.

Sec-Lieut James Douglas Herbert Farmer, 9th Bty, 41st Bde, Royal Field Artillery b.2.12.1892 (centre back row) Mundesley, Norfolk. Educated Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. On the outbreak of war, he was posted to the Western Front with 9th Battery, 41st Brigade. KIA 4.11.1914, aged 21. Commemorated on Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial to The Missing -> Panels 5 + 9.

Capt. Alan George Tritton - 3rd Bn, Coldstream Guards. KIA 26.12.1914. Buried Le Touret Military Cemetery. Grave Ref: I. B.11. Born 1882 in France. Son of Joseph Herbert and Lucy Jane Tritton, Great Leighs, Essex.

Capt. Alan George Tritton - 3rd Bn, Coldstream Guards. KIA 26.12.1914. Buried Le Touret Military Cemetery. Grave Ref: I. B.11. Born 1882 in France. Son of Joseph Herbert and Lucy Jane Tritton, Great Leighs, Essex.

Sec-Lieut Charles Ronald Newton (|20.9.1918) Royal Field Artillery 'D' Battery. 104th Brigade. Educated Radley College. Buried Templeux-le-Guerard British Cemetery. Grave Reference I. B.38.

Sec-Lieut Charles Ronald Newton (|20.9.1918) Royal Field Artillery 'D' Battery. 104th Brigade. Educated Radley College. Buried Templeux-le-Guerard British Cemetery. Grave Reference I. B.38.

Maj. John Leslie Mowbray DSO (MID 2x) 41st Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. KIA Battle of the Somme 21.07.1916 aged 41. Educated Radley College. Buried Peronne Road Cemetery, Maricourt. Grave Ref: IV. F. 20. Son of Charles Cochrane & Louisa Mowbray.

Maj. John Leslie Mowbray DSO (MID 2x) 41st Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. KIA Battle of the Somme 21.07.1916 aged 41. Educated Radley College. Buried Peronne Road Cemetery, Maricourt. Grave Ref: IV. F. 20. Son of Charles Cochrane & Louisa Mowbray.

Capt. Robert Frederick Balfour. 1st Bn. Scots Guards. b. 16.3.1883. Educated Eton College. KIA at Gheluvelt, 28.10.1914 aged 31. Buried Sanctuary Wood Cemetery. Grave Ref: IV. D.14. His younger brother, Capt. John Balfour MC. Scots Guards 2nd Bn. attd. Guards Div. Signal Coy., was KIA 21.3.1918 at Arras. Son of Edward Balfour, 8th Laird of Balbirnie, and Isabella Weyman Balfour, Markinch, Fife.

Capt. Robert Frederick Balfour. 1st Bn. Scots Guards. b. 16.3.1883. Educated Eton College. KIA at Gheluvelt, 28.10.1914 aged 31. Buried Sanctuary Wood Cemetery. Grave Ref: IV. D.14. His younger brother, Capt. John Balfour MC. Scots Guards 2nd Bn. attd. Guards Div. Signal Coy., was KIA 21.3.1918 at Arras. Son of Edward Balfour, 8th Laird of Balbirnie, and Isabella Weyman Balfour, Markinch, Fife.

Vaulx Hill Cemetery started with just 17 graves - 9|1918 (Plot I Rows A + B). The remainder was formed after the Armistice when graves were brought in from the battlefields in the immediate neighbourhood + smaller cemeteries. Contains 856 WWI Commonwealth burials  commemorations. 258 are unidentified. Special memorials commemorate 29 casualties known or believed to be buried among them. Sec-Lieut. Herbert Edward Arnold. 5th Sqdn. Royal Flying Corps is buried here. Grave Ref: III. F.20.

Vaulx Hill Cemetery started with just 17 graves - 9|1918 (Plot I Rows A + B). The remainder was formed after the Armistice when graves were brought in from the battlefields in the immediate neighbourhood + smaller cemeteries. Contains 856 WWI Commonwealth burials commemorations. 258 are unidentified. Special memorials commemorate 29 casualties known or believed to be buried among them. Sec-Lieut. Herbert Edward Arnold. 5th Sqdn. Royal Flying Corps is buried here. Grave Ref: III. F.20.

Lieut. Anthony Edward King Slingsby. 1/6th Bn, The Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment). Educated St. Edmund's School, Hindhead, St. Peter's College, Radley, gained an exhibition at Exeter College, Oxford, where he was captain of boats. KIA near Ypres 16.07.1915 aged 26. Buried Bard Cottage Cemetery. Grave Ref: I. E.14. Son of John Arthur and Amelia Frederica Slingsby, of Carla Beck, Carleton-in-Craven, Skipton, Yorks.

Lieut. Anthony Edward King Slingsby. 1/6th Bn, The Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment). Educated St. Edmund's School, Hindhead, St. Peter's College, Radley, gained an exhibition at Exeter College, Oxford, where he was captain of boats. KIA near Ypres 16.07.1915 aged 26. Buried Bard Cottage Cemetery. Grave Ref: I. E.14. Son of John Arthur and Amelia Frederica Slingsby, of Carla Beck, Carleton-in-Craven, Skipton, Yorks.

Capt. Geoffrey Grenside Bowen MC MID (8.8.1895|2.9.1918) 'B' Coy, 2nd Bn Lancashire Fusiliers. Educated St. Cyprian's Prep & Charterhouse {1909/13} Landed in France September 1914. Wounded 2x. KIA Eterpigny 2.9.1918 aged 23. Buried Windmill British Cemetery, Monchy-le-Preux. Grave Ref: II. D.18. Son of Mr. J. C. G. and Mrs. W. M. Bowen, of Durmast Cottage, Burley, Brockenhurst, Hants.

Capt. Geoffrey Grenside Bowen MC MID (8.8.1895|2.9.1918) 'B' Coy, 2nd Bn Lancashire Fusiliers. Educated St. Cyprian's Prep & Charterhouse {1909/13} Landed in France September 1914. Wounded 2x. KIA Eterpigny 2.9.1918 aged 23. Buried Windmill British Cemetery, Monchy-le-Preux. Grave Ref: II. D.18. Son of Mr. J. C. G. and Mrs. W. M. Bowen, of Durmast Cottage, Burley, Brockenhurst, Hants.

Capt. Robert Frederick Balfour. 1st Bn. Scots Guards. KIA at Gheluvelt, 28.10.1914 aged 31. Buried Sanctuary Wood Cemetery. Grave Ref: IV. D.14. His younger brother, Capt. John Balfour MC. Scots Guards 2nd Bn. attd. Guards Div. Signal Coy., was KIA 21.3.1918 at Arras. Son of Edward Balfour, of "Balbirnie", Markinch, Fife.

Capt. Robert Frederick Balfour. 1st Bn. Scots Guards. KIA at Gheluvelt, 28.10.1914 aged 31. Buried Sanctuary Wood Cemetery. Grave Ref: IV. D.14. His younger brother, Capt. John Balfour MC. Scots Guards 2nd Bn. attd. Guards Div. Signal Coy., was KIA 21.3.1918 at Arras. Son of Edward Balfour, of "Balbirnie", Markinch, Fife.

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