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Field Marshal Sir Frederick Sleigh Roberts
Date of death: 14/11/1914 (aged 82)
Cemetery: ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL
1st Earl of Kandahar, Pretoria and Waterford. Born at Cawnpore, India. Privy Counsellor. Son of the late Gen. Sir Abraham Roberts, G.C.B., and the late Lady Roberts; husband of the late Countess Roberts, C.I., R.R.C., of Englemere, Ascot, Berks. Educated at Eton, Sandhurst and Addiscombe. Commissioned to the Bengal Artillery (Dec., 1851); served throughout the Indian Mutiny 1857 (V.C.); and the Abyssinian (1867-68) and Lushai (1871-72) Expeditions. Also served in the Afghanistan Campaign (1878-80) and Commanded the Kabul-Kandahar Field Force Aug.-Sept., 1880. Commanded the Forces in Ireland (1895-99); Commander-in-Chief in the South African War (1899-1900). Commander-in-Chief in India (1885-93) and at Home (1901-04). Master Gunner of St. James' Park and Colonel-in-Chief of Overseas and Indian Forces in the United Kingdom during the Great War.
Royal Flying Corps
Date of death: 17/05/1917
Cemetery: ALEXANDRIA (HADRA) WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY
Private James Lang
Durham Light Infantry
Date of death: 17/05/1917 (aged 27)
Cemetery: HANWELL (KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA) CEMETERY
Son of James and Sarah Lang, of Notting Hill Gate, London; husband of Mary Lang, of 27, Richmond Gardens, Shepherd's Bush, London.