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The Distinguished Service Order
405
1915]: "Harry Maclear, Major, East Lancashire Regt. For distinguished
service in the field." He was killed in action in France 7 March, 1916.
CAMPBELL,
c.
H., Capt., served in the European War, and was created
a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order [London Gazette, 23 June,
1915]: "C. H. Campbell, Capt., Canadian Highlanders. For distinguished
service in the field." Capt. CampbeU was invested by the King at Windsor
Castle on 6 July, 1915. He was killed in action in France 14 March, 1916.
BATES, ARTHUR SYDNEY, Major, was born 18 June, 1879, son of S. E.
Bates, of Manydown Park, Basingstoke, and Elizabeth J., daughter of
Lieut.-Colonel G. G. Malet, 3rd Queen's Own Bombay Light Infantry.
He was educated at Winchester College; served in the European War,
1914-18, as Temporary Lieutenant-Colonel, 1915, and was promoted to
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1917. He commanded the London Rifle Brigade
17 months, and the 3/5th Battn. Loyal North Lancashire Regt. (T.F.)
for 10 months; in France he commanded the 4th (Reserve) Battn. Loyal
North Lancashire Fusiliers (T.F.), till disbandment. He was mentioned
four times in Despatches; received the French Croix de Guerre with
Palm, and was created a Companion of t·he Distinguished Service Order
[London Gazette, 23 June, 1915]: "Arthur Sydney Bates, Major, 5th
City of London Regt., London Rifle Brigade, Territorial Force. For dis–
tinguished service in the field." He is a Fellow of the Royal Philatelic
Society, London. Lieut.-Colonel Bates married, in 1905, Mary da Costa,
daughter of Lieut.-Colonel Charles Robert Cwsse, C.M.G., M.V.O., and
Catherine, only daughter of the late Major-General Whitworth Porter,
R.E., and they have one daughter.
PAGE, FRANK, Major, joined the 1st Battn. Hertfordshire Regt.;
became Lieutenant 9 July, 1904; was
promoted to Captain and to
~lajor.
He
served in the European War, and was
created a Companion of the Distinguished
Service Order [London Gazette, 23 June,
1915]: "Frank Page, Major, The Hert–
fordshire Regt. (T.F.). For distinguished
service in the field." Lieut.-Colonel
Page was killed in action in Aug. 1917,
leaving a widow and three children. A
Bar to his
D.S.O.
was awarded for his
work on the Ancre. He served with
great efficiency through the South African
·War.
INGLEFIELD, LIONEL DALTON,
Major, was born 15 Sept. 1881. He entered
the Royal Garrison Regt. 28 Jan. 1903;
Frank Page.
became Second Lieutenant, A.S.C., 9 Oct.
1905; Lieutenant 9 Oct. 1906; Captain 22
Dec. 1911; Major, R.A.S.C., 30 Oct. 1914; was Temporary Lieutenant–
Colonel 20 Nov. 1917, to 31 Dec. 1918. He was D.A.D. of Transport, B.E.F.,
British Armies in France, 24 Feb. 1915, to 19 ov. 1917; Assistant Director
of Transport, British Armies in France, 20 Nov. 1917. He served in the
South African War, 1899-1902; took part in the operations in the ,Orange
Free State, Feb. to May, 1900; in Orange River Colony, May to 29 Nov.
1900, including actions at Lindley 26 June, Bethlehem, 6 and 7 July, and
\Yittebergen 1 to 29 July; was present during the operations in Cape
Colony and Orange River Colony 30 Nov. 1900, to 31 May, 1902 (Queen's
Medal with two clasps, and King's Medal with two clasps). For his services
in the Great War, from 1914, he was mentioned in Despatches; was given
the Brevet of Lieutenant-Colonel 1 Jan. 1919, and created a Companion of
the Distinguished Service Order [London Gazette, 23 June, 1915]: "Lionel
Dalton Inglefield, Major, A.S.C. For distinguished service in the field."
BLADES, WALTER WILLIAM, Major, was born 14 April, 1863, son of
the late Lieut.-Colonel J oel Blades, R.A. He was commissioned in the
Army 1 April, 1901, and became Deputy Commissary of Ordnance and
Hon. Captain 4 Feb. 1909; Major 31 Jan. 1915, and Commissary of Ord–
nance, and retired 1 May, 1919. He served in the South African ",'ar, 1899-
1901; took part in the operations in Cape Colony south of Orange River,
Oct. 1899, to 29 Nov. 1900; again in Cape Colony 30 Nov. 1900, to Dec.
1901 (Despatches [London Gazette, lO Sept. 1901]; Queen's Medal with
two clasps). For his services in the European ,\-Var he was created a Com–
panion of the Distinguished Service Order [London Gazette, 23 June, 1915] :
" WaIter William Blades, Honorary Major, Army Ordnance Department.
For distinguished service in the field." Major Blades married Janet Stod–
dart in 1914.
DANIELL, JOHN ACHESON STAINES, Capt., was born 7 May, 1882,
son of Colonel W. S. Daniell, 105th Yorkshire Light Infantry. He was
gazetted to the Yorkshire Light Infantry 8 May, 1901; became Lieutenant
20 June, 1904, and was transferred to the Indi'an Army 22 Dec. 1905, becom–
ing Captain 8 May, 19lO; Temporary lajor, 6th Battn, Yorkshire Regt.,
29 Oct. 1914, to 31 July, 1915; Acting Major, Indian Army, 1-2 Aug.
1915; Major 8 fay, 1916. He served in the European War, 1914-15; .
was twice mentioned in Despatche , and created a Companion of the Dis–
tinguished Service Order [London Gazette, 23 June, 1915]: "John Acheson
Staines Daniell, Capt., 14th King George's Own Ferozepore Sikhs, Indian
Army. For distinguished service in the field." Major Daniell married,
in 1916, Ellen
~fary,
only daughter of S. Taylor, and they have two
daughters.
HANNYNGTON, JOHN ARTHUR, Major, entered the Army 8 June,
18 9; became Lieutenant 17 Dec. 1891; Captain 8 June, 1900, and Major
June, 1907. He served in East Africa, 1895-96, during operation against
the Mazrui Rebels (Medal). Served in Uganda, 1897-98 (severeiy wounded;
Medal with clasp). Major Hannyngton served in the European War, and
was created a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order [London
Gazette, 23 June, 1915]: " J ohn Arthur Hann!ngton, C.:\l.G., Major,
129th Duke of Connaught's Own Baluchis, Indian Army. For di tinguisheu
service in the field." Brigadier-General J. A. Hannyngton died 21 Aug.
1918.
BURLAND, WILLIAM WATT, Lieut.-Colonel, was born 9 Sept. 1877,
Williarn Watt Burland.
son of the late Lieut.-Colonel \Yilliam
Benjamin Burland, M.D., C.M. He became
Lieutenant, Canadian Military Forces,
1895; Captain, 1903; Major, 1910, and
Lieutenant-Colonel 12
ept. 1912. He
served in the European War, 1914-15;
was mentioned in Despatches, and created
a Companion of the Distinguished ervice
Order [London Gazette, 23 June, 1915]:
"William Watt Burland, Lieut.-Colonel,
14th Canadian Battn. For distinguished
service in the field."
HUGHES, GARNET BURK, Lieut.–
Colonel, was born 22 April, 1880, only son
of Lieut.-General the Hon. Sir Sam
Hughes, K.C.B., and Mary, daughter of
H. W. Burk. He was educated at the
Royal Military College of Canada, and
joined the Military Forces, serving on the
1st Division Staff; as Brigade
~fajor,
3rd Infantry Brigade, 1st Canadian
Division; as G.S.O.2, 2nd Canadian Division, 1915. He served in the
European War, 1914--17; was four times mentioned in Despatches, and
created a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order [London Gazette,
23 June, 1915]: "Garnet Burk Hughes, Lieut.-Colonel, 1st Canadian
Division, Staff. For distinguished service in the field." He was created
a C.M.G. in 1917, and a C.B. in 1918, and was Temporary Brigadier-General
in command of the 1st Infantry Brigade, 1st Canadian Division, Nov. 1915,
to Feb. 1917. He is married, and has one son.
BETTY, HUBERT KEMMIS, Lieut.-Colonel, was born 27 Kov. 1872·
He joined the Canadian Militia in 1896; became Lieutenant, Permanent
Forces, 1899 ; Captain, 1905, and Major, 1910;
Lieutenant-Colone~,
1st
Division Staff. He served in the European War, 1914-1 ; as Brigade
j)fajor, 2nd Canadian Infantry Brigade; Officer in charge of Records, and
Director of Personal Services, and was mentioned in Despatches, and created
a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order [London
Gaz~tte, 2~ ~~ne,
1915]: "Hubert Kemmis Betty, Lieut.-Colonel, 1st Canadian DlVlSlO?-,
Staff. For distinguished service in the field." Lieut.-Colonel H. Kemmls
Betty married, in 1907, Ethel Antoinette, daughter {)f the late C. W. P.
Watts, LC.S., and they have one son.
LOOMIS, FREDERICK OSCAR WARREN, Lieut.-Colonel, joined the
Canadian Military Forces. He served in the European War, 1914--18;
commanded the 13th Canadian Infantry Battn., Royal Highlanders of
Canada, and afterwards the 7th Canadian Infantry Brigade; the
2~d
Canadian Infantry Brigade, and the 3rd Canadian Division. He was
SiX
times mentioned in Despatches; was created a C.M.G. in 1917; a C.B.,
1918; a K.C.B., 1919; received the Legion d'Honneur, Croix d'Officier;
the Order of Leopold (Commandeur); the Auxiliary Forces Officers' Deco–
ration, and was created a Companion of the Distinguished Service
Ord~r
[London Gazette, 23 June, 1915J: "Frederick Oscar Warren Loomls,
Lieut.-Colonel, 13th Canadian Battn. For distinguished service in the field."
He was awarded a Bar to the D.S.O., and was promoted to Major-General.
BALLANTINE, JAMES, Major, was born at Georgeto,\,\"Il, Ontario,
Canada, 3 Sept. 1876, son of J olm and
Margaret M'Nab Ballantine. He was
educated at Georgetown, and joined the
Canadian Military Forces 21 Oct. 1 91.
He served in the European '\-Var, 1914--16,
and was created a Companion of the Dis–
tinguished Service Order [London
Gaze~te,
23 June, 1915]: "James Ballantme,
Major, 4th Canadian Battn. For distin–
guished service in the field." He later
was promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel, and
commanded the 76th Battn. Canadian
Expeditionary Force.
Lieut.-Col~m~1
Bal–
lantine married, in 1905, Mmme E.
Barber.
Jarnes Ballantine.
GODSON-GODSON ,
GILBERT,~Iajor
was born 13 Aug. 1872, son of the late
Major Godson-Godson, of Redhill, Surrey.
He was educated at Whitgift and in H.M.S.
Worcester, and served in the South African
War, 1898-1902, including the
ieg~
of
Ladysmith; was
~ounded,
and recelved
the Queen's Medal with four clasps and
the King's redal with two
clasp~
..In
1906 he served during the Natal
~atl'\'e
Rebellion, and received a Medal. He
joined the Can.adian Military Forces, and
served in the European ,,' ar, 191,1-15,
and was created a Companion of the Dis–
tinguished Service Order [London Gazette,
23 June, 1915J: "Gilbert
Godson-Go~s~n,
~Iajor,
16th Canadian Battn. For dl tm–
O'uished service in the field." Major
Godson-Godson married, in 1894, Alice
Maud Burchall, of Maritzburg, Natal,
and they have one son and one daughter.