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Abbott, of The Cottage, Sewardstonebury, Chingford, Essex. Commemorated on ARRAS MEMORIAl, Pas de Calais, France. In April 1915 he was granted a commission as Captain, and with Lieut.-Colonel H. Darrell was mainly responsible for raising the 16th Battalion, Rifle Brigade. His men absolutely adored him, as well they might, and not only the officers of this Regiment loved him but all the officers of the Brigade who had the honour of knowing him."*Second Lieutenant, 7th (City of London) Battalion, London Regiment. Buried in WIMEREUX COMMUNAL CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France.
Also listed on Chingford War Memorial[Spelt Montagu in dedication booklet] *Major, 16th Battalion, Rifle brigade (The Prince Consort's Own). On the outbreak of war he enlisted in the Old Boys' Corps and became a platoon-commander. When I say that he was unequalled as a Company Commander in the New Armies, I am not using terms of exaggerated praise but stating an absolute fact that was recognized by all who came into contact with him, from generals downwards. Son of Albert John and Ada Aitkens; husband of Phyllis Aitkens, of "Strouds," Horsted Keynes, Sussex.
On 27th October 1922 the Stock Exchange War memorial was unveiled by The Earl of Balfour, K. There are 408 names listed in the memorial booklet.
The details here are taken from the Order of Service from that day.
There is also a further book entiled "THE STOCK EXCHANGE MEMORIAL OF THOSE WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR 1914-1918" published by Naval & Military Press, ISBN 1-84342-141-0; the names listed in this book do not necessarily agree with the dedication booklet names.
Those listed in this second book are marked *, those not in the dedication booklet are marked †.
Ardley, of Sunny Gardens, Hendon; husband of Winifred Ardley, of "Athlone," East Barnet, Herts. Buried in HENDON CEMETERY AND CREMATORIUM, Middlesex.
Private 2176, 6th Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, the Duke of Albany's).
Arthur, of 21, Dingwall Gardens, Golders Green, and the late Hugh Rose Arthur; husband of May Louise Mackenzie Arthur, of "Kinnoull", Hampstead Way, Golders Green, London. Commemorated on LOOS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Clerk at the Exchange.*[Lieutenant in book] Second Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion attached 7th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. of the late John Octavius Abbott, of The Priory, Breakspear Road, Brockley, S. James Francis Ellis, of Pocklington, Yorks, and brother to Private R. 20 May, 1915.*Second Lieutenant, 179 Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. He became a member of the Stock Exchange, and of his father's firm, J. Immediately on the outbreak of war he enlisted in the i oth (Stock Exchange) Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers, refused the commission that was offered to him in that Regiment, and went to France with them in 1915 as a N. He was killed on 24 April, 1917, in an attack on Villers Plouich, north of Peronne.
GORDON REUBEN ALEXANDER, Royal Sussex Regiment, attached 13th East Surreys, was born in 1885 and educated at Harrow. He won several trophies on the links, was Amateur Foils Champion of Great Britain, and took part in the Olympic Games. In the following year he accepted a commission in the 10th East Surreys, was transferred to the Royal Sussex and afterwards attached to the 13th East Surreys. Freemason's School, Wood Green; served for five years in the 1st Surrey Rifles (21st London) (T. Enlisted as Private 1994, Honourable Artillery Company. Wilson, Stockbrokers, London; served for five years in the Queen's Westminsters; volunteered after the outbreak of war and obtained a commission as 2nd Lieut. 1914; served with the Expeditionary Force in France from 16 March, 1915, and died in Wimereux Hospital, 31 May following, from wounds received in action.