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I've found two more possible relatives TREVOR relatives;

Salusbury LLoyd TREVOR

Son of E.S.R.Trevor of Welshpool, Montgomeryshire

b. 17.10.1846

Marlborough Aug.1858-1859

MRCS (England) 1868 LRCP (Edinburgh) 1869

Surgeon P&O Lines

d. San Antonio Peru 28.6.1879

Edward John TREVOR

Son of E.S.R.Trevor

b. 18.10.1845

Marlborough Aug.1858 to Xmas 1859

Sheep Farmer, Australia

d. July 1872

Intrigued by the name Salusbury I found this:

http://www.answers.com/topic/salusbury-family

Dave

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Dave

Excellent stuff - a few more gaps filled.

Many thanks

Mark

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DAVE,

THANKS FOR THE ADDITIONAL INFO ON THE SALUSBURYS / TREVORS.

Some of the Trevors were equally of very ancient lineage: Tewdwr Trefor headed one of the 16 "noble tribes of North Wales" in heraldic terms.

If I come across any others from Marlborough College whilst trawling through the Anglesey lists I'll be sure to let you know. I just happened to note the reference to F.P.Trevor from an 1915 newspaper, and then put the notes aside without collating the information, until a few days ago...there might be more of them in there!

Sincerely,

LST_164

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I wonder if you have anything on Guy Bainbridge (GOC 25th Division) as well as any 1st Wiltshire Regt men (this might be asking too much, well then, A J S White?).

Thanks

Edwin

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Edmond Guy BAINBRIDGE

son of Col.Sir Edmund Bainbridge KCB RA

b.11.11.1867

Marlborough Sept 1881 to Xmas 1883

The Buffs 1888

Nile Expedition 1896-98: With Egyptian Army - Medal (3 clasps) British Medal,

MID x 3 Brevet Major, Medjidie (3rd Class)

South Africa 1899-1900 Commanding 7th Corps of Mounted Infantry, MID x 2

Brevet Lt.Col. Queens Medal (5 clasps)

Brevet Col.1905 PSC 1910 Colonel 1912 CB 1913

Great War - Brig.Gen Staff.

Commanding 110th. Infantry Brigade 1915. 25th.Division 1916-18

Maj.Gen 1917 KCB 1917 MID x 7 Chevalier Legion D'Honnuer, Croix de Guerre avec Palme

GOC 1st Div. Aldershot 1919-23 Retired 1923.

Home: Leigh, Newtown, Newbury

Arthur John Stanley WHITE

son of A.R.White, Charnage, Mere, Wilts

b.28.8.1896

Marlborough Sept 1910 to 1915- Prefect

Hockey XI 1915

Great War - 4th.Wilts 1915 Lieut. 1917

Clare College Cambridge BA 1922

Indian Civil Service 1922

MA 1922 OBE 1932

Secretary Government Revenue Dept. Burma 1934

Happy to look up 1st. Wilts. in slower time. Will PM you details

Dave

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I would be ever so grateful for any info on brothers Edward Stone Phillips and Leslie Phillips who were both attending the college at the 1901 census.

Both were killed in action in Belgium in 1915.

Many thanks.

Regards

Jimmy

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Edward Stone PHILLIPS

Son of E.Phillips, Maindee, Newport, Mons.

b. 18.1.1883

Marlborough Sep.1896-1901

Cricket XI 1899-1901

Pembroke College, Cambridge BA

Cricket Blue 1904

Great War – 1st Monmouth Regt.

Lieut. 1914

KIA Flanders 8.5.1915

Leslie PHILLIPS

Son of E.Phillips, Ffrwd Vale, Newport

b. 24.3.1887

Marlborough Jan.1901-1903

Welsh Regt. 1908

Great War - Capt. 1915

KIA Flanders 24.5.1915

Their brothers:

Forrest Blake PHILLIPS

Son of E.Phillips, Ffrwd Vale, Newport

b.20.9.1890

Marlborough Sept.1905-Easter 1908

Great War – RFA 1914 Lieut. 1918

MC 1918

d. London 9.1.1924

Herbert PHLLIPS

Son of E.Phillips, Newport

b.30.11.1893

Marlborough Sept.1907-Xmas 1910

Middlesex Regt. 1913

Great War – Capt. 1916 MC 1919 MID

Major 1935

Home – The Croft, Caerleon, Mons.

Dave

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Thanks Dave

I'm really most grateful.

Regards

Jimmy

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Dave

If you're still out there and fancy getting RSI is there any possibility of this little lot

Killed

2nd Lt C.R. Bayly

Captain M.H. Goodall

Lt F.S. Tomkins

2nd Lt F.C. Parbury died of illness

Survived

Capt R.C.G. Foster

Capt L.H. Marriage

Major K Parbury

Capt J.C. Petherick

Lt G.L. Reid

C.H. Saunders

Sapper J.C. Walker

Theodore Whittington

All went to the same prep school and their records say these men all went to Marlborough

Really appreciate it

Thanks Hambo

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Hambo

No problem. I am currently away from home until the weekend but will do the look ups then.

If you PM your e-address I will send my findings directly to you.

Dave

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Dave

Could I try a few more, should be the last. It's just that I occasionally identify the school these lads went on to but these should be the last

D Hodgson

W.G. Shout

F.F. Shout

M Prickett

R Baggallay

Thanks

John

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John

No Problem. Will e-mail you info off forum.

Dave

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Would you please give me details regarding Gerald Thornton Prickard who attended Malborough and was killed in action 4th June 1915 at Gallipoli. I would also appreciate information on his twin brother Godfrey Hugh Prickard who, as far as I know, also attended Malborough College and was Superintendent with the Punjab Police during WW1.

Myrtle

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Gerald Thornton PRICKARD

Son of Rev.W.E.Prickard, Dderw,Rhyader, Radnorshire

b. 8.11.1884

Marlborough College Sept.1898 to Christmas 1902

Shipping Business

Great War: 2nd. Lieut 3rd.South Wales Borderers 1914

Attached Dublin Fusiliers.

KIA Dardanelles 4.6.1915

Godfrey High PRICKARD

Son of Rev.W.E.Prickard, Dderw,Rhyader, Radnorshire

b. 8.11.1884

Marlborough College Sept.1898 to Mid.1903

Prefect

Indian Police Service

Holy Orders 1923

Rector of Cossington 1928

Address (1933) The Rectory, Cossington, Bridgwater.

Their Brother:

Thomas Francis Vaughan PRICKARD

b. 17.6.1879

Marlborough College Jan. 1893 to Mid 1898

Prefect

Kings College, Cambridge BA

Fellow of Surveyors Instution 1909

JP for Radnorshire

Surveyor General for the Duchy of Lancaster from 1912

MVO (4th Class) 1926

High Sherriff of Radnorshire 1923

Address (1933): Dderw,Rhyader, Radnorshire and 23 Hyde Park GaTE, London W7

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Thank you very much for the information and for adding their brother. I met him many years ago before I started my WW1 research. He was a very fine gentleman.

Myrtle

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The Register gives brief details of all attendees of Marlborough College between 1843 and 1933. It includes Regiment and Rank details for those who served in the Great War, plus school attendance and business details. Happy to look-up particular names.

If the offer still stands:

Could you look up my Grandfather: H Faulder (Preshute 1901 Census, KIA 26-04-18)

and is my Great Grandfather Joseph Sewell Faulder there by any chance?

many thanks

David Faulder

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Apologies for the late response, I some how contrived to miss your request until today.

There is no entry for Joseph Sewell Faulder. There are 8 entries for the surname Sewell.

Harold Story FAULDER

son of J.S.Faulder, Huddersfield

born 15.2.1885

Marlborough College (Preshute House) Jan.1899 to Mid 1901

Woollen and Worsted Manufacturer

Great War - 3rd. York & Lancaster Regt. 1915

Captain and Adjutant. 14th Batt.

Mentioned in Despatches twice.

KIA 26.4.1918

also:

Harold Dick Sewell FAULDER

Son of the late Capt.H.S.Faulder (Old Marlburian)

born 5.7.1915

Entered Marlborough College (B1 House) Jan.1932

Address 65 Broadhurst Gardens, London, NW6

Dave

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The Register gives brief details of all attendees of Marlborough College between 1843 and 1933. It includes Regiment and Rank details for those who served in the Great War, plus school attendance and business details. Happy to look-up particular names.

Have only just found this topic – hope I’m not too late to request a look-up?

George Hugh Willoughby BLACKMAN - attended Marlborough around 1910/1912. Killed in action, Guillemont, 30th July 1916, whilst serving with 2nd Royal Scots Fusiliers. Is named on the war memorial at Welford, Berkshire (my area of interest) where his uncle was Rector.

Any other information on his school attendance etc would be much appreciated.

Many thanks

Charles

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Here is your man's entry.

George Hugh Willoughby BLACKMAN

born 21 May 1896

son of A.C.M.Blackman of South Africa

Marlborough College January 1910 to Easter 1913

Diocesan College, Rondebosch

Great War: 3rd. Royal Scots Fusiliers

KIA 1 August 1916

Dave

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Charleschandler

Just wanted to say a very belated thank you for looking George Blackman up for me, have just got back to the research after New Year etc.

Regards

Charles

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The Register gives brief details of all attendees of Marlborough College between 1843 and 1933. It includes Regiment and Rank details for those who served in the Great War, plus school attendance and business details. Happy to look-up particular names.

Dave,if you are still available for this,could you look up Godfrey Warre Warre-Dymond for me please?He was born about 1891,I believe,and served in the East Surreys.

Michael

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Here is your man's entry:

Godfrey Warre DYMOND (Later WARRE-DYMOND)

Son of W.Warre-Dymond of Putney

born 22 Nov.1890

Marlborough College Sept.1904 to Easter 1908

Trinity College, Cambridge

Great War:

11th. Batt. East Surrey Regt. 1915

Captain 1917

MC 1918

MID

Addresses:

C/o Petrolagar Laboratories, Braydon Road, London N16 and Clevedon, Somerset.

Dave

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Michael

Here is your man's entry:

Godfrey Warre DYMOND (Later WARRE-DYMOND)

Son of W.Warre-Dymond of Putney

born 22 Nov.1890

Marlborough College Sept.1904 to Easter 1908

Trinity College, Cambridge

Great War:

11th. Batt. East Surrey Regt. 1915

Captain 1917

MC 1918

MID

Addresses:

C/o Petrolagar Laboratories, Braydon Road, London N16 and Clevedon, Somerset.

Dave

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