1. This gallant officer was killed in 1918. back to text

2. Henry Neville Gladstone, third son of the late Right Honorable William Ewart Gladstone. back to text

3. It is customary for the Lord Lieutenant of the county in which the King is to escort him to the next county. back to text

4. Sir William Vernon, Bart., Lord of the Manor of Shotwick and Great Saughall, died June 24, 1919. His long life was full of good works. back to text

5. George Merrick Hollister, Harvard, 1918, served with the American Ambulance Field Service in France and Serbia from February, 1916, until April, 917. Awarded the Croix de Guerre in September, 1916, for bravery and devotion to duty during the fighting at Verdun from June 23 to July 21, 1916. Returning to America in 1917, he took a course of intensive training at Harvard, followed by the regular course at the Officers' Training School at Fort Leavenworth, was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Regular Army, assigned to the 61st Infantry, and sent to France in April, 1918. He was killed in action at Bois de ForÍt, near Cunel, October 12, 1918, at the age of twenty-two. back to text

6. On a short holiday. back to text

7. Maj. Gen. E. F. Glenn went to France in 1918 in command of the 83rd Division. back to text

8. Colloquial name for oleomargarine. back to text

9. Colonel Vernon died on January 24, 1919, after a short illness, deeply mourned and greatly regretted by all who knew him; an irreparable loss to his county and his country. back to text

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