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WHO'S WHO IN JAMAICA 1919
WAR SERVICES RECOGNIZED
1. Lieut. Frank Alexander DePass; 34th Prince Albert Victor's Own (Poona) Horse; for conspicuous bravery near Festubert on 24th November, 1914. Killed in action. (Awarded posthumously). Son of E. A. DePass, Esq., London.
2. Brigadier-General Sir William Henry Manning, K.C.M.G. C.B.
3. Lieut.-Colonel E. R. Macpherson; the Gordon Highlanders; attached to the Royal Ordnance Corps. (He has been given extra regimental promotion for his service in connection with wireless telegraphy). Son of Ronald J. Macpherson, Esq., J.P., Kingston.
4. Major R. T. D. Alexander, R.E. (D.S.O ) Son of ex-Inspector T. Alexander.
5. Squadron Commander, with the rank of Major, John Ronald McCrindle, R.A.F. (M.C.) Son of J. R. Ronald McCrindle, M.D.
6. Major T. B. Nicholson, W.I.R., D.A.A., and Q.M.G.
7. Captain (Acting Lieut.-Colonel) Howard Napier Walker, R.A.F. (M.C.) Eldest son of C. L. Walker, Esq., of Hopewell, Walkers-wood, St. Ann, subsequently died of wounds received in action.
8. Hon. H. A. L. Simpson, M.L.C. and J.P. for Kingston.
9. J. H. Allwood, Esq.
10. William Wilson, Esq., J.P.
11. Hon. James H. W. Park, B.Sc., M.I.C.E. Director of Public Works; P.C.; M.L.C., J.P.
12. Mrs. Dorothy Marguerite Elizabeth Trefusis, wife of Hon. Robert Trefusis, Private Secretary to the ex-Governor of Jamaica for work in connection with war charities and recruiting in Jamaica.
13. Captain Robert Benjamin O'Sullivan; 38th Canadian Regiment.
14. Lieutenant Reginald M. Murray, B.A., (Oxon.) B.W.I.R.; Rhodes Scholar 1904. "For an act of gallantry not in the presence of the enemy," performed in the neighbourhood of Ypres when an ammunition dump was in danger of exploding.
15. Mrs. Michael deCordova.
16. Mrs. J. Briscoe.
17. Miss Annie Douglas .
18. Major J. H. Cargill, J.R.R.
19. Altamont Ernest daCosta, Esq. , J. P. for Kingston, and formerly Vice-Chairman Mayor and Council.
20. Hon. Walter Coke-Kerr, Custos, St. James.
21. Mrs. L. S. Blackden.
22. Mrs. E. St. John Branch.
23. Mrs. Walter Coke-Kerr.
24. Robert William Bryant, Esq., J.P. Mayor of Kingston. For general war work.
25. Alfred Ernest Ffrench, Esq. , J.P. Chairman of the Parochial Board of Portland. For services in connection with Red Cross work and with recruiting in Jamaica.
26. Sidney Cameron McCutchin, Esq., J.P. For services in connection with recruiting in Jamaica.
27. Hon. Horace Victor Myers, M.L.C., J.P. For services to contingents from the Bahama Islands.
28. Mrs. Josephine Westmoreland. For services in connection with Red Cross work and recruiting in Jamaica.
29. Edward Jocelyn Wortley, Esq., Director of Agriculture at Bermuda. For services in connection with Food Supplies in that colony. Eldest son of Rev. Canon E. J. Wortley of St. Andrew.
30. Lieutenant Henry Simms, R.E.; Son of Archdeacon William Simms, M.A.
31. Brevet-Colonel the Honourable Herbert Bryan, C.M.G.; (Reserve of Officers); Colonial Secretary of Jamaica.
32. Major (Temp. Lieut.-Colonel) Harold Cecil Rich Saunders; East Yorkshire Regiment. Killed in action about March 30th, 1918. Son of the late A. R . Saunders, M.D.
33. Major R. D. T. Alexander, R.E., O.B.E. (Military Division). Saw service in Mesopotamia. Son of ex-Inspector T. Alexander of Manchester, Jamaica.
34. Major W. Llewellyn Thomas, 2nd Batt. B.W.I.R. Took part in the final operations in Palestine. (M.C. with Bar.)
35. Brevet-Major (temp. Lieut.-Colonel) Frank P. Nosworthy, R.E. (M.C.) D.S.O. Son of R. Nosworthy, Esqr., Assistant Colonial. Secretary.
36. Surgeon-Captain George Stanhope Husband, I.M.S. Killed in action. Son of the late Rev. C. T. Husband.
37. Lieut.-Commander Harrington Douty Edwards, R.N. Died on active service. Son of Surgeon-Captain C. R. Edwards, J.P. (R.A.M.C. ) District Medical Officer for lower St. Andrew.
38. Lieutenant Guy DePass, Dragoon Guards; Nephew of E. A. DePass, Esq., of London.
39. Captain Francis Hasting Thomas, R.M.L.I. Killed in action in East Africa. For gallant service at the Sulva Bay landing, in the Dardanelles campaign. Third son of Inspector Herbert T. Thomas.
40. Major H. R. Kerr, D.A.Q.M.G. On the Staff of the 2nd Light Division in Germany, "for devotion to duty," and awarded the Bar to the Cross for "conspicuous bravery in the field of battle," in the engagements of April 11th to 14th, 1918, when the English Army was being heavily pushed back by the Germans. He volunteered to do some very valuable reconnoitering work right before the front lines of the Germans under continuous fire. Son of H. Farquharson Kerr, Esq., of the Kerr Steamship Company, New York.
41. Major W. Llewellyn Thomas 2nd Batt. B.W.I.R, (D.S.O.)
42. Brevet-Major (Temp. Lieut.-Col.) Frank P. Nosworthy, R.E., D.S.O. Son of R. Nosworthy, Esq., Assistant Colonial Secretary.
43. Captain (Temp. Lieut.-Colonel) V. Leslie deCordova; The King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment) Croix de Guerre with palm leaf France) Son of Joshua deCordova, Esq., of London, formerly of Kingston, Jamaica. Now in command of the 9th. Batt., East Lancashire Regiment, stationed at Chanak, Dardanelles.
44. Squadron Commander, with, the rank of Major, John Ronald McCrindle, R.A.F. (O.B.E., Military Division). "Won the Cross during the relief of Kut. Son of J. R. Ronald McCrindle, M.D.
45. Brevet-Major Arthur Rupert Moxsy, 2nd Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Specially mentioned for courage. Discharging the duties of Brigade Major for the 49th Division. Son of Sidney Moxey, Esq., J.P., Clarendon.
46. Major Delroy McGregor James, Yorkshire Regiment.
47. Honorary Major Claud J. Peet; Lancashire Fusiliers. Joined as a 2nd. Lieutenant in the 6th Contingent, B.W.I.R. Son of J. G. Peet, Esq., Principal Government Technical School, Kingston.
48. Staff-Captain Edward Francis Coke; 1st Canadian Contingent, 6th Batt. Fort Garry Horse, 2nd. Brigade; transferred to the 8th Batt. and subsequently in 1918 to the 168th Infantry Batt.y (British). Second son of E. F. Coke, Esq., J.P. of Lyndhurst, Manchester Jamaica.
49. Captain Ronald Fullerton McKinnon; 11th (Lancaster Fusiliers. Killed in action. Son of the late Louis F. McKinnon, General Manager, Jamaica Railway.
50. Captain G. Vaughan Cox, Machine Gun Corps. Son of G. N. Cox, Esq.; M.I.C.E.
51. Captain H. P. Rudolf, R.A.M.C. Son of H. J. Rudolf, Esq., J.P., St. Mary. Military Cross for great bravery under shell fire at Fife Knoll. "His gallantry and great personal, courage under heavy shell fire not only inspired the stretcher bearers, but all ranks with whom he came in contact." "Immediate reward."
52. Captain Percy Vere Binns. 1st Brigade Canadian Engineers. Killed in action. Son of Ellis P. Binns, Esq.
53. Captain Charles Greenwich Scudamore, 2nd London Regiment. Son of C. E. Scudamore Esq.
54. Captain T. N. C. Kemp, 19th Ghurka Rifles. Saw service in France and Mesopotamia. Son of Thomas Kemp, Esq., J.P. Killed in action in Afghanistan, since the signing of the armistice.
55. Captain Errol Seymour Ewen Rerrie 3rd East Yorkshire Regiment. Son of R. P. Rerrie, Esq. Killed at Arras.
56. Surgeon-Captain Addington George Curphey; 2nd Batt., B.W.I.R. Son of the late T. J. Curphey.
57. Captain (Acting Lieut.-Colonel) Howard Napier Walker, R.A.F., (O.B.E. Military Division). Eldest son of C. L. Walker, Esq. of Hopewell, Walkerswood, St. Ann. Died since from wounds received in action.
58. Captain Eric Durlacher; Worcester Regiment. Killed in action. Grandson of the late James Ogilvie, M.D.
59. Captain Eric Stanhope Nicoll, 4th Batt. West Kent Regiment. Killed in action. Son of the late Dr. Nicoll of Knockpatrick, Manchester.
60. Captain C. M. Gaynor Purchas; Canadian Field Artillery; Son of Inspector H. C. G. Purchas.
61. Captain George Sergeant Cox; 2nd Batt., B.W.I.R. (Took part in the final operations in Palestine.)
62. Temp. Captain (Acting Major) Clive J. H. Sharpe, M.B., R.A.M.C. son of T. H. Sharpe, Esq., J.P. of "Eltham Park," St. Catherine.
63. Captain Walter A. F. Kerrich, R.F.A.
64. Lieut. Arthur W. Milholland, R.F.A. Son of ex-Crown Solicitor of Jamaica.
65. Lieut. Thomas Roxburgh. R.F.A. Son of Adam Roxburgh, Esq., J.P. of St. Ann.
66. Lieut. Anthony Leach, R.A.F. Obtained Pilot's Certificate. Son of the Resident Magistrate of St. Catherine.
67. Lieut. Cyril Linton; 19th County of London Regiment. Son of Arthur Linton, Esq., Superintendent of Parochial Roads and Works, St. Andrew.
68. Lieut. Harold E. P. Pearce, East Lancaster Regiment. Saw service in Mesopotamia.
69. Lieut. Clarence Espuet Lyon Hall; 5th South Wales Borderers Pioneers. Killed in action.
70. Lieut. E. W. Lucie-Smith; R.F.A. Son of Sir Alfred Lucie-Smith, Chief Justice of Trinidad.
71. Lieut. Henry Godden Rerrie; York Lancaster Regiment. Son of A. B. Rerrie Esq. Since promoted to Captain.
72. Lieut. Edward N. Bancroft, 157th Field Co. R.E. Son of A. C. Bancroft, Esq.
73. Lieut. Allan Aloysius Dunlop; 4th Batt. B.W.I.R.
74. Lieut. Humphrey E. H. Lynch, 120th Rajputana Infantry.
75. 2nd Lieutenant Harold Andrew Buckley, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Second Son of Rev. C. M. Buckley, M.A. Pratville, Jamaica.
76. Second Lieutenant John Chandler; 1st County of London Regiment. 1st West Indian to win the Military Cross. Killed in action. Son of the Rev. J. T. H. Chandler. Rector of Falmouth Parish Church.
77. Second Lieutenant Richard Douglas Miles, Royal Irish Fusiliers. Died from wounds received in action. Son of the Hon. A. H. Miles, C.M.G., I.S.O., ex-Collector-General of Jamaica.
77a. Lieut. Charles Frederick Mackinnon Douet, R.F.A. Spec. Res. attd. A/312 tr. Bde. For conspicious gallantry and devotion to duty in charge of the forward section of the battery, when it was firing S.O.S. under heavy bombardment previous to a hostile counter-attack. One of his guns was put out of action, and the team incapacitated, the team of the other gun were killed or wounded. He with an N.C.Q. worked the gun until the order to cease fire was received. Son of the late Doctor Douet, D.D.
78. Major Godfrey Thomas, R.A.F. Son of Inspector Herbert T. Thomas.
79. Lieut. John Albert Edward Robertson-Daley; 4th Batt., B.W.I.R., transferred to R.A.F. Second West. Indian to win this Cross. Killed in action. Son of Mr. George E. Daley of New Market, St. Elizabeth.
80. 2nd Lieutenant John Macfarlane Denholm Mills; 5th Batt. B.W.I.R. Second son of David Mills, Esq. of Retirement Pen, Montego Bay. Transferred to R.A.F. Killed in action. (Awarded posthumously.)
81. Major William Edward Mosse Drummond; Commanding late Jamaica Artillery. Major Drummond has been also awarded the Long Service Medal, (1905); And the "Coronation Medal and Volunteer Decoration .(1912)."
82. Mr. Arthur Lee who was attached to the Royal Engineers during the Autumn of 1914. He responded to the call of the War Office in September, 1914, and was one of the 80 Civil Engineers (Emergency Engineers) chosen to take charge of the Construction of the London Defences. He held a position on the Defence work until the forces were disbanded in December, 1918. Son of Mr. Henry Lee, Late of the General Commissioners Office.
83. Sergeant F. L. Tilley, R.F.A. Son of the late Sylvester Coyle Tilley, J.P., St. Catherine.
84. Corporal Cyril Rennalls; 62nd Batt., Middlesex Machine Gun Corps, B.E.F., France.
83. Pte. H. Scott; 1st Batt., B.W.I.R., for gallantry, in action against the Turks in Palestine, 20-21 Sept , 1918.
Sergeant R. E. Ennever, 3rd Batt., B.W.I.R. (First West Indian to win the Military Medal).
87. Sergeant Donald C. Mais, 3rd B.W.I.R.
88. Sergeant M. C. Halliburton, B.W.I.R., for gallantry in action against the Turks in Palestine.
89. Sergeant Ernest R. Rouse; M.T.A., S.C., No. 9 Field Ambulance Guards Division. Son of F. G. Rouse, Esq.
90. Lance-Corporal V. E. Johns, B.W.I.R. Son of the Rev. M. F. Johns, Headmaster Manchester Middle Grade School.
91. Sergeant Rudolph B. Evans; 4th Batt., B.W.I.R., for bravery on the Somme front.
92. Sergeant Miller, of St. Andrew, Jamaica, 4th Batt., B.W.I.R.
93. Sergeant Donald George McDonald of Clarendon, 4th Batt., B.W.I.R.
94. Sergeant George R. Dunlop, B.W.I.R.
95. Sergeant E. Holland, B.W.I.R.
96. Sergeant Vincent Janniere, 9th Batt., B.W.I.R.
97. Gunner Norman W. Manley (Rhodes Scholar, 1914. Jamaica College.)
98. Corporal Harold Huntley Hearne; 17th Reserve. Batt., Royal Fusiliers. Son of Ambrose Hearne, Esq., Superintendent Parochial Roads and Works, St. Thomas.
99. Corporal Geoffrey McCulloch; 84th Batt., Canadian Regiment. Son of the late Frank. McCulloch.
100. Corporal Leopold Ffrench of Ewarton for bravery in the Ypres Front; 4th Batt., B.W.I.R.
101. Corporal Archer, of St. Mary; 7th Batt., B.W.I.R
102. Corporal J. Walker, B.W.I.R.
103. Private Ronald Silvera, Canadian Expeditionary Force. For excellent scouting in the Battle of Lens. Son of the late A. P. Silvera, Esq., J.P., St. Thomas.
104. Private Lloyd Dietz Lyon; Queen's Royal Rifles, 1st Canadian Contingent for conspicuous bravery in the battle of the Somme. Subsequently promoted Lieutenant R.A.F. Accidentally killed 1st March, 1919.
105. Private Allan Dudley Barrow; 142 Field Ambulance, M.T.A.S. Corps of the B.E.F., France (Belgian Croix de Guerre). Son of the late C. E. Barrow, J.P., St. Catherine.
106. Private F. M. Mosely; Canadian Forces, Son of A. G. Mosely, M.D., J.P., District Medical Officer, Port Antonio.
107. Private Daniel Smith, of St. Thomas-ye-East, 7th Batt., B.W.I.R.
108. Private Arthur dePass, A. Co., 4th Batt., B.W.I.R.
109. Private (Acting Lance-Corporal) D. S. Sampson, 2nd. Batt., B.W.I.R., for gallantry in action against the Turks in Palestine.
110. Private Raphael Spencer; 2nd Batt., B.W.I.R., for gallantry in action against the Turks in Palestine.
111. Private J. Davis;. 4th Batt., B.W.I.R.
112. Private J. Bailey; 6th Batt., B.W.I.R.
113. Private Ferguson; 4th Batt., B.W.I.R.
114. Private Barton; 4th Batt., B.W.I.R.
115. Private L. Coates, B.W.I.R.
116. Private J. Thomas, B.W.I.R.
117. Private L. M. Allen, B.W.I.R.
118 Private Roy Webster; 1st Batt. of the Canadian Railway Corps .
119 Private C. Williams of St. Mary, B. Co., 4th Batt., B.W.I.R.
120. C. Q. M. S. Allen, B.W.I.R.
121. Sergeant P. H. England; 3rd Batt. B.W.I.R.
122. Sergeant Vivian Fitz-Arthur Hylton; 3rd Batt., B.W.I.R.
123. Sergeant Ernest A. Davis; 2nd Batt., B.W.I.R. Son of L. Foster Davis, Esq., Clerk City Council and J. P. Kingston.
124. Lance-Corporal A. L. McL. Henry; 3rd Batt., B.W.I.R.
125. Private F. Pullar; 1st Batt., B.W.I.R., (with Bar). Subsequently promoted Corporal.
126. Private M. McArthur, B.W.I.R.
127. Captain Frank A. Norton, Medical Officer of Health; Morant Bay.
128. Brigadier-General E. A. Moulton-Barrett, C.B., C.M.G. (A.O.D.)
128a. Brevet Colonel H. Bryan, C.M.G., D.S.O.; (On five occasions).
129. Lieutenant-Colonel E. R. McPherson, Gordon Highlanders (O.B.E. Military Division) twice.
130. Brevet-Major (Temp. Lieutenant-Colonel) Frank P. Nosworthy, (R.E.) D.S.O., M.C.
131. Major R. D. T. Alexander, R.E. (O.B.E., Military Division) D.S.O. (Four times).
132. Major Ernest A. Glanville (R.E.) F.R.G.S.; for distinguished service and devotion to duty in Mesopotamia. Son of the late Stephen Glanville, J.P.
133. Brevet-Major Arthur Rupert Moxsy, 2nd Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, M.C. (twice).
133a. Captain Robert Benjamin O'Sullivan (M.B.E.) 38th Canadian Regiment.
134. Captain Walter A. F. Kerrich, R.F.A. (M.C.)
135. Captain Leslie Roy Mordecai, 2/5th Lancashire Fusilliers. Son of the late Ernest Mordecai of Kingston.
136. Captain Alfred Errol Delgado, R.A.M.C.) Cambridgeshire Regiment. Son of the late Phillip Delgado of Falmouth.
137. Captain George O. Rushie-Grey, B.Sc., M.R.C.V.S., A.V.C.; attached to the Australian Cavalry in Egypt. Son of H. J. Rushie-Grey, Esq., Inspector of Poor for Kingston.
138. Captain Frederick Keith Isaacs, 4th Batt. B.W.I.R. Son of Frederick L. Isaacs, Esq., J.P., of Mandeville.
139. Captain George S. Cox, 2nd Batt. B.W.I.R. (M.C.)
140. Captain Ronald Coy Rutty, B.W.I.R.
141. Captain Alexander M. Henderson, B.W.I.R.
142. Surgeon-Captain Addington George Curphey, 2nd Batt. B.W.I.R (M.C.) Son of the late T. J. Curphey of Kingston.
143. Staff-Captain Edward Francis Coke, 168th Infantry Batt. (British) M.C. (twice).
144. Captain Edward George Orrett, B.W.I.R. Jamaica's First Adjutant. Son of Major Edward George Orrett, J.P. Assistant Staff Officer of the Local Forces and Local .Superintendent of the Royal Mail Line.
145. Lieutenant (Temp. Captain) Kenneth M. Cocking, 7th Batt. B.W.I.R. attd. Labour Corps. Son of R. McD. Cocking, Esq., J.P.
146. Lieutenant Henry H. R. Balley, B.W.I.R.
147. Lieutenant Owen Hugh Keeling, R.E. 1st East Anglian Fields (Territorials).
148. Sergeant S. S. Griffiths, B.W.I.R.
149. Sergeant J. M. Knight, B.W.I.R.
150. Sergeant J. I. Lewis, 2nd Batt. B.W.I.R.
151. Sergeant C. Hodge, 2nd Batt. B.W.I.R.
152. Sergeant F. Haylett, 7th Batt. B.W.I.R., attd. Labour Corps.
153. Sergeant Ernest R. Rouse, M.T., A.S.C., No. 9. Field Ambulance Guards. Division (M.M.)
154. Sergeant C. R. Mosse, 2nd Batt. B.W.I.R.
155. Sergeant Ernest A. Davis, B.W.I.R. 2nd Batt. Son of L. Foster Davis, Esq., Clerk City Council and J.P. Kingston (M.S.M.)
156. Lieutenant Herbert Roxburgh Mais, 70th Field Co., R.E. Killed in action. Son of C. L. Mais, Esq., of St. Andrew.
157. Lieutenant Howard E. P. Pearce, East Lancashire Regiment. Saw service in Mesopotamia (M.C.)
158. 2nd Lieutenant James Denholm Mills, 6th Batt. B.W.I.R. Third son of David Mills, Esq., of Retirement Pen, Montego Bay. (In Sir Herbert Plumer's despatch). Awarded the Rhodes Scholarship for 1920.
159. Sergeant Arthur T. Nelson, 4th Batt. B.W.I.R. for gallant service on the field in France on 18th April, 1918.
160. Sergeant Leslie Cochrane Jeffrey-Smith, Battery B/180 R.F.A. In General (now Field-Marshal Haig's despatch). Killed in action. Son of the late Charles A. Jeffrey-Smith, Superintendent of Public Works, St. Catherine.
161. Sergeant B. Green, B.W.I.R.
162. Sergeant S. A. Harrison, B.W.I.R.
163. Sergeant H. daCosta, B.W.I.R. (Killed, on Somme Front).
164. Sergeant O. B. Sibley, B.W.I.R.
165. Sergeant L. M. Miller, B.W.I.R.
166. Sergeant J. A. C. Anderson. B.W.I.R.
167. Sergeant C. C. Densay, B.W.I.R.
168. Gunner George G. Clarke (B. England), Canadian Field Artillery.
169. Lance-Corporal L. L. Silvera, 2nd Batt. B.W.I.R.
170. Private Thomas W. Clarke, C.E.F.
171. Private L. B. McNeil, B.W.I.R.
172. Private H. Smith, B.W.I.R.
173. Private J. F. Mills, 2nd Batt. B.W.I.R.
174. Miss Helen McGrath, Daughter of the Hon. George McGrath, Custos of St. Catherine. Employed in various services connected with the War, since the outbreak of hostilities.
l75. Miss Nina Tivy, supervising the woman workers who do the electric wiring for the lights-fire control on the guns and searchlights, etc., on the battleships in Portsmouth harbour. Daughter of St. Leger A. G. Tivy, Esq., J.P.
176. Miss Kathleen Tivy, supervising the woman workers, who do the electric wiring for the lights-fire control on the guns, and searchlights, etc., on the battleships in Portsmouth harbour. Daughter of St. Leger A. G. Tivy, J.P., Esq.
177. Miss Dorothy Farquharson. Daughter of William R. Farquharson, Esq.
178. Mrs. F. T. Auden, wife of Dr. Auden.
179. Miss Constance Douet, insignia of the Royal Red Cross (Second Class) Queen Alexandra's Nursing Service of the British Red Cross. Daughter of the late George Douet.
180. Miss Margaret Campbell. Daughter of the Hon. Dugald Campbell, M.L.C., of Rose Hall, St. Catherine. Interned by the Turkish Government at Beirut. Subsequently engaged in Red Cross work to the Allies at Aleppo, Syria.
181. Miss Rosalind G. Cotter, daughter of Sylvester Cotter, Esq., of St. Ann's Bay.
182. Miss Eileen Tivy, (V.A.D.) Nurse working at the 3rd Sec. General Hospital Cowley Sec. Oxford. Daughter of St. Leger A.G. Tivy.
183. Miss Etheline Curphey, stationed in India. Daughter of the late T. J. Curphey of Kingston.
184. Miss Flora Dixon. Grand-daughter of Mrs. McGregor, Kingston.
185. Miss Gladys Middleton. Daughter of the late J. W. Middleton, J.P.
186. Miss Mary Bussell (C.N.B.), working with the French Army collecting and taking care of the Refugee Women and Children from Verdun, Rheims, etc. Daughter of Rev. W. K. Bussell.
187. Miss Alice Bussell (V.A.D,) nursing South African wounded at a Hospital. Daughter of Rev. W. K. Bussell.
188. Miss Jessie Reynolds, Queen Alexandra's Nursing Service of the British Red Cross. Daughter of Rev. Caleb Reynolds.
189. Miss Eileen Chandler, proceeded to England at the outbreak of the War and was employed in one of the Red Cross Hospitals. Succumbed owing to great strain. Daughter of Rev. J. T. H. Chandler, Rector of Falmouth.
190. Miss Ruth H. W. Dias, U.S. Army Base. Hospital Camp Devens, Mass. U.S.A. Daughter of David M. Dias, Esq.
191. Miss Winifred Fray, Red Cross Nurse serving at the front. Daughter of Rev Ellis Fray.
192. Miss Miriam R. Gruber, served in the Hospital Francaise Passy, France. Daughter of Edward Charles Gruber, Esq., J.P., St. Ann's Bay.
193. Miss Belle Earle, served in France with a New York unit.
194. Miss Marjorie Millicent Gruchy, served in France with a New York unit. Daughter of the late L. G. Gruchy.
195. Miss Winifred Foster, served 2 ½ years at Beaufort War Hospital, Bristol, England, and for about six months at the Royal Free Hospital, Gray's Inn Road, London. Daughter of Ernest A. Foster, Esq., of Richmond, St. Mary.
196. Miss Evelyn Davis, served in the U. S. Navy. Daughter of the late David Davis.
197. Miss Elma McDermot, joined a U. S. unit and proceeded to France. At present with the Army of Occupation on the Rhine. Daughter of the late Frank McDermot.
198. Miss Sinclair.
199. Miss Lucille Scudamore, Middlesex Hospital. Daughter of C. E. Scudamore, Esq.
200. Miss Olive Scudamore, Middlesex Hospital. Daughter of C. E. Scudamore, Esq.
201. Mrs. Cecil A. Grant (V.A.D), wife of Lieutenant (Actg. Capt.) Cecil A. Grant, B.W.I.R.
202. Miss Helen Elizabeth Panton, serving in France.
203. Mrs. Arter. Daughter of Joshua deCordova, Esq.
204. Miss Clarke, Royal Infirmary Manchester.
205. Miss Louise-Peat.
206. Miss Russell. Daughter of Dr. Logan D. H. Russell. Nursing the wounded at Bristol.
207. Miss Evelyn Williams. Daughter of the late Director of Education, Jamaica, Oldney Hospital, Paignton, Devon.
208. Miss Lillian Marguerite Franklin, Royal Yeomanry Nursing Corps. Daughter of William Franklin, Esq. In charge of the Hospital de Lanark, at Calais.
209. Miss dePass. Daughter of E. A. dePass, Esq., of London.
210. Colonel O. H. E. Marescaux, C.M.G.
211. Lieutenant-Colonel Stanley Everard Lewis, R.A.M.C. In command of Field Ambulance. Son of the late J. Daly Lewis, Solicitor of Mandeville.
212. Brevet-Colonel H. E. M. Douglas, R.A.M.C., V.C., D.S.O., C.M.G., Order of St. Sava (Serbia) 5th Class. Son of the late Superintendent of the General Penitentiary.
215. Captain W. S. Hannan, 372 Infantry, 93rd Division U. S. Army for bravery in the battles of Verdun and Champagne with citation. Son of the late W. B. Hannan.
216. Lieutenant Neil Crum-Ewing, Motor Ambulance Unit attached to French Army at Soissons. Brother of Hon. H. E. Crum-Ewing, Custos of Manchester.
217. Private Gray A. Coy, 3rd Batt., B.W.I.R.
213. Captain (Temp. Lieutenant-Col.) V. Leslie deCordova, (M.C.) In recognition of distinguished work done in connection with the French forces in Salonica. Placed in command of the 9th Batt. East Lancashire Regiment stationed at Chanak Dardanelles. Son of Joshua deCordova, Esq., of London, formerly of Kingston, Jamaica.
218. Captain (Acting Major) Horace Townsend Clare, R.F.A. Killed in action. Son of the late Henry L. Clare, Superintending Medical Officer for Trinidad.
219. Lieutenant-Commander Walter Robert Morant Wynne. Son of W. W. Wynne, Esq., J.P., Manchester, Jamaica.
220. Private Charles Thomas (No. 16029) of Mount Merrick. Ginger Ridge, St. Catherine, 3rd Batt. B.W.I.R. Was attached to the 9th Battery of the Italian Expeditionary Force. Saw service at Cambrai in 1918.
221. Private Allan Dudley Barrow, 142 Field Ambulance, M.T. A. S. Corps of the B. E. F. France (M.M.) Son of the late C. E. Barrow, J.P., St. Catherine.
222. Brevet-Colonel H. E. M. Douglas, R.A.M.C , C.M.G., V.C., Croix de Guerre (France). Son of the late Superintendent of the General Penitentiary.
223. Lieutenant-Col. Charles M. Ogilvie, 11th Batt. B.W.I.R. (when S.S. "Transylvania" was torpedoed off the Italian coast on 4th May, 1917). Son of the late James Ogilvie, M.D.
224. Lieutenant William Beresford Gosset, R.F.A. Killed in action at Ypres. Son of the Hon. B. S. Gossett Custos of St. Andrew, (Awarded posthumously).
228. Captain C. J. Farquharson, 2nd Battalion B.W.I.R.
2a. Brigadier-General L. S. Blackden late G.O.C. Troops, Jamaica.
225. Brevet-Colonel H. Bryan, C.M.G., D.S.O.
226. Miss Rosalind G. Cotter.
227. Miss Rosalind G. Cotter.
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