INDENT Captain Harry Limner Mortimore of Ealing Common, London, died of wounds, France/Flanders 21 September, 1917
Second Lieutenant Percy John Williams, born 1894, Croydon, educated at Whitgift Grammar School and Corpus Christi College, Oxford, joined the Inns of Court O.T.C. and was subsequently commissioned October, 1915. Attached to the Royal Berkshire Regiment, he left for the Salonika Front Feburary, 1917 and died of wounds 17 May, 1917 (Croydon and the Great War and the Whitgift Grammar School Book of Remembrance refer)
Lieutenant Harold Watthews, born 1898, was educated at George Watson's College, Edinburgh and at 17 years left school to take a commission in the West Riding Regiment - he was advanced to Lieutenant at 18 years. After a year as Signalling Officer in North Shields he was sent to France February, 1917 and was killed in action 7 June, 1917 during the attack on Hill 60 near Ypres 8 June, 1917 - nearly all of his command of 35 men had become casualties but he persisted in going forward to establish an advanced signalling post.