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Over 3,500 Old Carthusians served in the Great War including the North Russian campaign, in the forces of Great. Britain, its Dominions and its allies, or with those forces in civilian rles, and at least one with the German army. Of these, some 670 died.
But later served in 23rd Squadron R.F.C. He was awarded the MC. He died on 10th October 1916, aged 20. He is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial. AITCHISON Ronald Andrew Colquhoun Lieutenant. Born 27th December 1894; only son of Lt. Col. Gowrie Colquhoun.
He is commemorated on the Menin Gate, Panel 5. See also Canterbury, 9th Lancers Memorial ABADIE Richard Neville Lieutenant-Colonel. Born 24th November 1881; 4th son of Major-General H.R. Abadie. He was at Charterhouse V. He was commissioned into the Kings Royal Rifle Corps. He served.
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Born 6th May 1869; 1st son of Maj. Charles Henry Alston, MBE of Letterawe and of 25, Clarendon Place, Stirling; husband of Sarah Fullerton Brown Alston. He was at Charterhouse R then B. In 1888 he was commissioned into the Seaforth Highlanders, retiring in 1891.
His grave is at Ribecourt Road Cemetery, Trescault, Ref. II. F. 4. ALSTON Claude McCaul 2nd Lieutenant. Born 29th September 1892; only son of Charles Ross Alston, of Allahabad, India. He was at Charterhouse G. He was commissioned into the Royal Scots Fusiliers and joined.
He was at Charterhouse H. He was commissioned into the Queens (Royal West Surrey) Regiment and joined 7th Bn. He was killed in action near Morlancourt on 8th August 1918 aged 19. His grave is at Pernois British Cemetery, Halloy-Les-Pernois, France, Ref. III. E. 3. ADAMS.
In one researched case P.S. Hadley no less than four other memorials and/or entries have come to light: one for his preparatory school, one for his Cambridge college, one for the former military hospital in the UK where he died and one for his parish.
Registers; where these disagree, the C.W.G.C. is invariably followed for military details, including date of death, the. Charterhouse Register usually for personal and family details. Sparing use has been made of The Times Digital Archive, and of the. Oxford University Roll of Service and the.
In Memorial Chapel itself names are listed by date of school leaving, then alphabetically save where later additions are slipped into available space. Here they are given in plain alphabetical order. A few cross references are included so as to reduce possible confusion as to.