L.C.C. Record of War Service 1914-1918

As far as practicable the recommendations of the Battles Nomenclature Committee Cmd. 1138 have been adopted. The Record deals only with the Councils staff but it is not fitting that it should be issued without mention of the two members of the Council who lost their lives on active service Captain R.M. Sebag-Montefiore of the Royal East Kent (The Duke of Connaughts Own) (Mounted Rifles) who died at Alexandria on 19th November 1915 from wounds received in Gallipoli, and Lieut.-Col. Lord Alexander Boteville Thynne, D.S.O. M.P. who was killed in France on 15th September 1918 whilst commanding a battalion of the Duke of Edinburghs (Wiltshire Regiment). James Bird ,Clerk of the Council. County HallS .W .January 1922 .IV
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