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The Distinguished Service Order
to :May, 1900, including action at Ruidam; erveJ. during the operations
in the Transvaal in lay and June, 1900; in the Transvaal, east and west of
Pretoria, July to
TOV.
1900, including action at Zilikat's Nek; also during
operation in Cape Colony, ov. 1900, to April, 1901 (Despatche [London
Gazette,
10
pt. 1901]; Queen's Medal with four clasps). He erved in
the Soudan, 1905; was pre ent during operations against the Nyam Nyam
Tribes in the Bahr-el-Ghazal Province (Despatches [London Gazette,
1 May, 1906]; Egyptian Iedal with clasp). He erved in the European
War,1914-1 ; from Aug. 1914, to ept. with the 3rd Division, as Battery
Commander; was mentioned in Despatches, June, 1915, and created a
Companion of the Distinguished Service Order [London Gazette, 23 June,
1915]: "Alfred Bryan Bethell, Major, Royal Artillery. For distinguished
errice in the field." From Oct. 1915, he erved with the Guards' Divisional
Artillery as Brigade Commander, and was mentioned in Despatches in Jan.
1917. He was given the Legion of Honour and was created a C.M.G. in
1918. Lieut.-Colonel Bethell married, in 1913, Patience Wilson.
BUCHANAN-DUNLOP, COLlN NAPIER,
Major, was born 14 April,
1
H,
at Aldershot, son of Lieut.-Colonel Henry Donald Buchanan-Dunlop,
late Royal Artillery. He was educated at the Royal Military Academy,
Woolwich, and entered the Army 21 Sept. 1896, becoming Lieutenant
21 Sept. 1899; Capt. 27 Feb. 1902; Major in 1913. From 1903 to 1905
he was Prof or at th Royal Military College of Canada. He passed
into the tall Coil ge, Camberley, in 1911, and was employed with the
Egyptian Army in 1913-14. He saw active service in South Africa, 1899-
1902, and took part in the advance on Kimberley, including actions at
Belmont, En lin, 10dder River (wounded) and Magersfontein; served
<lurin" the operations in the Orange Free tate, including operations at
Paardeberg, actions at Poplar Grove, Karee Siding and Zand River; in
the Transvaal, in May and June, 1900, including actions near Johannes–
burg, Pretoria and Diamond Hill (11 and 12 June); in the Transvaal, east
of Pretoria, July, 1900; aloin the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, Aug. to
29
~.
ov. 1900, includin; ac t ion at Zilikat's Nek; again in the Transvaal
30
Nov. 1900, to Jan. 1902, and "March to 31 May, 1902; and in Orange
River Colony, Jan. to March, 1902 (Despatches [London
Gaz~tte,
10 Sept.
1901]; Brevet of Major 28 Feb. 1902; Queen's Medal with five clasps,
and King' Medal with two clasps). He wen t out to Flanders in Oct.
1914, and took part in the Battle of Ypres, Neuve Chapelle, Festubert,
Givenchy, Loos, and the taking of the Hohenzollern Redoubt. He was
killed by a shell on 14 Oct. 1915, at Vermelles. He was created a Com–
panion of the Distinguished Service Order [London Gazette, 23 June, 1915] :
"Colin ... -apier Buchanan-Dunlop,
~lajor,
Royal Artillery. For distin–
gui
hed service in the field." Major C.
. Buchanan-Dunlop married
Hilda, second daughter of Harrison Beon, J.P., of Holcombe Hall, Dawlish.
STANLEY-CLARKE, HENRY CALVERT,
Major, was born 6 Dec.
1 72, eldest son of the late Major-General Willoughby Charles tanley–
Clarke, Indian Army. He was educated at Bedford Grammar chool,
and entered the Royal Artillery 30 May, 1893; became Lieutenant 30 May,
1 96; Captain 18 June, 1900; was Captain, Imperial Yeomanry, 18 Feb.
1902, to 6 Feb. 1903; was promoted to Major 23 April, 1910 ; to Lieu–
tenant-Colonel 16
~ov.
1915; was Temporary Brigadier-General 10 Oct.
1916, to 26 Feb. 1919. From 18 Feb. 1905, to 16 July, 1909, he was em–
ployed with the West African Frontier Force, and from 10 Oct. 1916, to 26
Feb. 1919, he was Brigadier-General, RA., 7th Division, British Armies in
France. From 1914 to 1918 he served in the European War, and was given
the Brevet of Colonel 3 June, 191 ; created a C.B. in 1919; a C.M.G. in
1917, and a Companion of the Distinguished ervice Order [London Gazette,
23 June, 1915]: "Henry Calvert Stanley-Clarke, Major, Royal Artillery.
For distinguished service in the field." Colonel Stanley-Clarke married,
in 1913, Alice, only daughter of Colonel Harvey Morris Stanley-Clarke, and
they have two daughters.
COTTON, ARTHUR STEDMAN,
Major, was born 18 Aug . 1 73. He
entered the Royal Artillery 1 ept. 1893
i
became Lieutenant 1 Sept . 1896 ;
Captain 26 July, 1900, and Major 24 Sept. 1910. Major Cotton served in
the European War, a Temporary Lieutenant-Colonel, RA., 13 Oct. 1915,
to
2
Feb. 1916. He wa promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel 29 Feb. 1916,
and wa Temporary Brigadier-General, RA., 41st Division, British Armies
in France, 12 Oct. 1917, to 14 April, 1919. He was created a Companion of
the Di tingui hed ervice Order [London Gazette, 23 June, 1915]: "Arthur
tedman Cotton, :\Iajor, Royal Artillery. For
di
tingui hed ervice in the
field." He wa given the Brevet of Colonel 3 June, 1919, and wa created
aC.M.G.
ELLERSHAW, ARTHUR,
Major, was born 27 Feb. 1869, son of the Rev.
John Eller haw, M.A. He was educated at Westminster chool, and at
the Royal Military Academy, 'Yoolwich, entering the Army 27 July, 1
;
becoming Lieutenant 27 July, 1 91; Captain 1 larch, 1 99, and was
Divi ionnl Adjutant, RA., 28 June, 1899, to 16 March, 1900, and Adju–
tant, RA., 7 Jan. to 11 July,1901. He took part in operations on the
_ 'orth-"'e t Frontier of India from 1 97 to 1 9 ,with the Malakand Field
Force, and wa pre ent at the action of I,andakai (Medal with cla p). He
erved in the outh African War, and
w~s
present at the operations in
~
atal ( larch to June, 1900), including action at Laing's Nek (6 to 9 June) ;
aloin the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to Aug. 1900 (severely wounded;
ueen' )ledal with four clasp). erved in Aden, 1903-4, during opera–
ions in th interior. Capt. Eller haw was Adjutant, RA., 14 April, 1908,
to 9 March, 1909, and wa promoted to Major May,I909. He again saw
active service in the European War; was promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel
9 April, 1916; "wa Brigadier-G neral, RA., Heavy Artillery, 1st Army
orp , British Armi in France, 21 Feb. 1917, to 13 Feb. 191 ; Brigadier–
G neral, RA., Heavy Artill ry, th Army Corp , British Armies in France,
14 Feb. to 24 June, 191 ; Brigadier-General, RA., Heavy Artillery, 6th
rmy Corp , British Armies in France, from 25 June, 1918. He was five
ime mentioned in D patch ; wa cr ated a C.M.G. in 191 ; wa created
a Companion of the D' tinguished ervice Order [London Gazette, 23 June,
1915]: "Arthur Ellel'shaw, Major, Royal Artillery. For distinguished
service in the field. " He was created a C.B. in 1919.
HARDING NEWMAN, EDWARD,
Iajor, was born 30 July, 1872,
on of B. Harding Newman, Esq., late of Nelms, Hornrhurch, Essex.
He was educated at Chj:lltenham College, and entered the 110yal Artillery
1 Feb. 1893; 'was promoted Lieutenant 1 Feb. 1896; Captain 21 May,
1900 ; Major 13 Feb. 1910, and Lieutenant-Colonel 27 Oct. 1915. He was
aide-de-camp to
~ajor-General,
India, 1 99-1902, and was Stall
C~ptain,
Irish Command, 19Q5-9, and A.M.S. to the General Officer
Command~g,
orthern Command, 1911- 14. He served in the European War, as BrIga–
dier-General, RA., 14th Division, British Armies in France, 4 Feb. 1917 ;
was five times mentioned in Despatches, and created a Companion of the
Distinguished Service Order [London Gazette, 23 June, 1915]: Edward
Harding Newman, Maj-)r, RA. For distinguished service in the field."
Re was created a C.M.G. [London Gazette, 1 Jan. 1918J, and was given
t he Brevet of Colonel 1 J an. 1919. He holds the Russian Order of St.
Stanislas.
HAYWOOD, AUSTIN HUBERT WIGHTWICK,
Major, was born
7
March, 1878, youngest son of Lieut.-Colonel
and Mrs. Wightwick Haywood. He was
educated abroad, and at the Royal Military
Academy, Woolwich, passing into the Royal
Artillery 23 Dec. 1897. He was promoted
Lieutenant 23 Dec. 1900, and Captain
19 April, 1902. He served in India, the
Mediterranean and in West AIrica; accom–
panied the West African Frontier Force,
on the Stall, 1903-7, taking part in the
Kwale-Ishan operations, Southern Nigeria,
from 1905 to 1906. From 19 Dec. 1908,
to
30
Aug. 1910, he was Adjutant, Royal
Artillery. He was promoted Major 30
Oct. 1910, and was employed in West Africa
from 31 Aug. 1910, to 14 June, 1916; as
Temporary Lieutenant-Colonel from 8
Austin H. W. Haywood.
Dec. 1913, to 14 June, 1916. In the Great
War he took part in the operations in the
Cameroon Mountains, in command of a Field Column. From 7 July to 3
Oct. 1917, he was Acting Lieutenant-Colonel, RA., and again from 13 Jan.
to 24 March, 1918, and from 9 Aug. 1918, to 10 March, 1919. He was men–
tioned in Despatches, and created a Companion of the Distinguished Service
Order [London Gazette,
23
June, 1915]: "Austin Hubert Wightwick
Haywood, Major (Temporary Lieutenant-Colonel), Royal Artillery. For
distinguished service in the field." On 1 Jan. 1918, he was given the Breve.t
of Lieutenant-Colonel. He was also awarded the Croix de Guerre. Major
Haywood is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical ociety, and has published
"English Hausa Vocabulary of 1,000 Words in Everyday Use" and
" Through Timbuctoo and across the Great Sahara." He married, in 1915,
Isabella Rosamond, only daughter of the Rev. Henry Waiters.
HAYMES, ROBERT LEYCESTER,
Major, was born at Hopesay Rec–
tory, Aston.on-Clun, hropshire, 31 Dec. 1 70,
s~n
of the,Iate Rev. Robert
Evered Haymes, formerly of Great Glen, LelCestershIre, and of Jane
Henrietta Martha, his wife, daughter of
the late General T. L. Green. He was
educated at the Bedford Modern chool,
Oxford Military College, and the Royal
Military Academy; joined the Army
24 July, 1891. Lieut. Haymes served in
the Tirah Campaign, on the North-West
Frontier of India, with
TO.
5 Bombay
Mountain Battery (Indian General Service
Medal with clasp, 1897). He was pro–
moted Captain in Nov. 1899; was ap–
pointed I nstructor
in
Gunnery at Bombay,
which post he held from 1905
to
1909;
and Adjutant, 1909 to 1911; was promoted
Major in Oct. 1911. From 1911 to 1914
Major Haymes served as
Second~in­
Command of the Malay tates Guides.
Robert
L.
Haymes.
He went out to France, in command of
the 6th Siege Battery, Sept. 1914; took
part in the Battle of Ypres in Oct. and of Neuve Chapelle, 10 March, 1915.
lIe was one of the first to get O.P. in Neuve Chapelle and communications
through. After this battle he was recommended by Major-General A. E. A.
Holland, C.B., l\I.V.O., D. .
0.
(then Brigadier-General, 8th Division) in
Despatches, and
in
June, 1915, was created a Companion of the Distinguished
ervice Order [London Gazette, 23 June, 1915]: "Robert Leycester
Haymes, Major, Royal Artillery. For distinguished service in the field."
Major Haymes wag severely wounded 16 May, 1915, at
Festub~rt,
while observing. He was twice mentioned in Despatches. On the 18th
of Aug. 1897, Major Haymes married, at Addlestone, Surrey, Minnie
Kath~
leen, youngest daughter of the late Major Wilmot Ellis, RA., and they have
three sons: Maxwell Freeland Leyce ter, born 11 Nov. 1907; Hamilton
Alfred Leycester, born 4 Nov. 1909, and Richard Arthur Leycester, born 11
June, 1915, and two daughters: Dorothy Evelyn Leycester and Marjorie
Eileen Leycester.
HOPE, JOHN WILLIAM,
Major, was born 29 Jan. 1876, at Madras,
India, son of the late J ames Hope, Indian Civil ervice, and of the late
Isabella Cunningham
(nee
MitcheIl). He was educated at the Edinburgh
Academy, Bedford Grammar School and the Royal Military Academy.
He obtained his first commission in the Royal Field Artillery 24 March,
1896, and until the outbreak of the European War his service was entirely
in
India, excepting the two years-1909-10--when he pa ed through the