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Lt Stephen Cormack SWAYNE

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According to CWGC and ODGW Lt S C Swayne was serving with 3rd Buffs, a reserve unit, when he went missing on 30 September 1915. He appears not to have been among the 24 8th Buffs officers recorded as casualties at Loos, so he was not with them. Any ideas as to which battalion he was serving with, please? He is on the Loos Memorial.





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Forces War Records has this

First Name:
Report Date:
Listed as "Wounded and Missing" on the Casualty List issued by the War Office.
Further Information:
This man was entitled to wear a "Wound Stripe" as authorised under Army Order 204 of 6th July 1916. The terms of this award being met by their naming in this list.
Duty Location:
France and Flanders
British Army
Primary Unit:
Buffs (East Kent Regiment)
Secondary Unit:
3rd Battalion (Why is this important?)
Tertiary Unit:
Attached 2nd Battalion
Archive Reference:





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Also appears to have been Canadian Infantry



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George has answered your specific question but in searching I also came across these bits:


Stephen Cormack Swayne, son of Major Gen Swayne (late IA) photo


MIC says    Pte 10th Bn Can Inf, 19610,  commisioned 1/2/15 ,   Lieut, The Buffs


I note he was previously gazetted 2nd Lt , Buffs in Nov 1902, Resigned 1905.


Wellington College WW1 Roll Of Honour

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