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during the Great War 1914-1918.

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Capt. Henry Barnard Stoton Interpreter Corps

Henry Stoton was born 1867 in Ootacamund, a son of Colonel Thomas Henry Stoton of the Madras.N.I.& of Helen Dora Isabella Ricks. He was also great grandson of Major Henry Yarde (Hon. East India Co.) He married in 1907 to Ethel Latimer Brereton (born 1879 in Hong Kong).

Henry was an expert in the German language. In 1918 he served as Lt. in the Interpreter Corps. at Wakefield Prisoner of War Camp, Yorkshire. He died in Cologne in January 1922 and was buried in the Cologne Southern Cemetery, Nordrhein, Westfalen, Germany.

Rebecca Mayfield


A/Mjr. Paul Hamilton Douglas Garside Intelligence

Paul Hamilton Douglas was born 05 Nov 1887 in USA (aka Peter Hammond) he was the eldest son of Thomas Douglas Hamilton Garside & Emma Mary Goldman, & elder brother of Robert Taylor Garside (7th City 22nd Manchesters)- both brothers were actually born in USA (UK census 1901 residence Broughton, Lancs.). Paul served 1904-1912 as Lance Corporal with the 2nd Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment. He then joined the Indian Police and rose to the rank of District Superintendent.

Paul was recalled, by his own account, in WW1 to serve in France as an Intelligence Officer & was promoted to Acting Major. After the war, he returned to the Indian Police. He married twice, firstly in Allahabad India in 1915 to Freda Constance Isobel Burgiss later at Pancras Middlesex England in 1933 to Hilda May Slade. He died 4th Nov 1955 in Essex.

Rebecca Mayfield


Lt. Jeremiah Brennan att. 1st Intelligence Corps Lancashire Hussars (d.8th Aug 1918)

Jeremiah Brennan was the son of Joseph and Mary Brennan, of Bandon, Co. Cork; and husband of Florence Brennan, of Kinsealy Hall, Malahide, Co. Dublin. He served with the Lancashire Hussars, and was attached to the 1st Intelligence Corps. He died in France in August 1918 aged 26 and is buried in St. Hilaire Cemetery Extension, Frevent, France.

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George David Howard Fullerton-Carnegie MID,MC. 1st/7th Btn. Black Watch

George Fullerton-Carnegie was wounded twice, mentioned in dispatches and awarded the Military Cross.

S. Flynn

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