INDENTSecond Lieutenant F.N.Parker, born 1892, Torquay, son of Major General N.F.Parker, educated at Elizabeth College, Guernsey, volunteered for active service on the outbreak of the Great War and joined the Artists' Rifles, August, 1914; proceeded to France 27 October, 1914, was gazetted 2nd Lieutenant, K.R.R.C. 3 March 1915 and was accidentally killed at Bethune 28 April while in charge of Trench Mortars.
Captain Eric Samuel Pennant Kingsbury James, born 1887, Clapham, London, educated Manor House School Clapham, St Paul's School, Corpus Christi College Cambridge, and University of Paris; was House Master at Oundle, 1910 and Assistant Master at Merchant Taylor's School 1913, and was commissioned Captain 20 September, 1914, in the 6th Bn. K.R.R.C. He was killed in action near Dickebusch, 17 March 1915 (Ruvigny's Roll of Honour Vol.I refers)