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DEVON OFFICERS WHO DIED IN THE GREAT WAR

 

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MALLOCK
Major Charles Herbert Mallock of the 23rd Army Brigade, the Royal Field Artillery. Son of Richard Mallock MP and his wife Elizabeth Emily (née Maconchy); husband of Margaret Iris B. Mallock (née Bazley-White). Born in Cockington in the June Quarter of 1878. Died 5 November 1917 aged 39. Commemorated in Cockington Church. Awarded the DSO - citation not yet found.
MARCHANT
Temporary 2nd Lieutenant Harold Edgar Marchant of the 2nd Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment. Son of Edward Merry and Jane Marchant (née Gaved). Born in Plymouth in the December Quarter of 1896. Killed in action 5 June 1916 aged 19.
MATTHEWS
Captain John Bredel Matthews of the North Staffordshire Regiment. Son of Major Norman Henry Matthews and his wife Anna Mary Matthews (née Ward). Born in Great Torrington in the March Quarter of 1891. Died 2 October 1917 aged 20.
McMICHAEL
Lieutenant Michael William Annesley McMichael, formerly of the Devonshire Regiment, attached to the 11th Battalion, the Essex Regiment. Son of the Rev. William Fisher McMichael, Vicar of Lee and his wife Mary Elizabeth McMichael (née Fisher). Born in Lee, nr. Ilfracombe 8 May 1895. Educated at Blundell's School. Had completed 1 year at Trinity College, Cambridge when war broke out. Enlisted in August 1914. Died 16 September 1916 aged 21.
MICHELMORE
2nfd Lieutenant Robert Frank Michelmore of the 16th Battalion, the Middlesex Regiment. Son of Robert Frank and Harriet Michelmore (née Michelmore) of Rickham, Salcombe. Born in Salcombe in the March Quarter of 1892. Died 7 July 1916 aged 24.
MILLS
Captain and Adjutant Frank Symons Mills of the Somerset Light Infantry. Son of the late Rev. Benjamin Mills and his wife Harriet E. Mills (née Sawbridge). Born in Plymouth in the December Quarter of 1884. Died 5 August 1917 aged 32.
MOGRIDGE
Lieutenant Lewis Mogridge of the 8th Battalion, the King's Liverpool Regiment, attached to the 5th Squadron, the RAF. Son of Thomas John and Laura Mogridge (née Lewis). Born in Topsham in the September Quarter of 1886. Died 12 April 1918 aged 31.
MORSE
2nd Lieut. Edward Hely Templeman Morse of the 6th Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment. Son of Dr. Edward Morse and his wife Annie Evelyn Morse (née Smith). Born in Great Torrington in the December Quarter of 1887. Died 8 May 1917 aged 29.
MORTIMER
2nd Lieutenant William Lionel Gueritz Mortimer of the 6th battalion, the Dublin Fusiliers. Son of the Rev. Reginald Arthur Mortimer of St. Mary Major, Exeter and his wife Mary Louisa Mortimer (née Gueritz). Born in Roborough, nr. Torrington in the June Quarter of 1895. Died of wounds 10 August 1915 aged 20.
NOON
Lieutenant Alfred Lewis Noon of the 2nd Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment. Son of the Rev. Alfred Knight Noon of the Rectory, Butterleigh, nr. Cullompton and his wife Alice Elizabeth Noon (née Britton). Born in Butterleigh in the September Quarter 1897. Died of wounds 2 April 1918 aged 20.
NORRIS
Fleet Surgeon Hugh Leigh Norris of the Royal Navy, HMS Indefatigable. Son of Henry and Julia Norris. Born in Charmouth in the June Quarter of 1874. Died 31 May 1916 aged 41.
NORRISH
2nd Lieutenant Thomas Theodore Norrish of the 1st Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment. Son of Edward Cromis and Margaret Norrish (née Hutton) of Hittesleigh, Instow. Born in Sandford 8 September 1896. Educated at Blundells School. Joined as a trooper in the Royal North Devon Hussars. Went to France 26 November 1915. Died 13 September 1916 aged 20.

 

 

 
 
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