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OFFICERS MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES. The Border Counties Advertizer gives the following particulars of officers mentioned in d,-apa-tcfnes:- Major-General A. E. Sandbach, C.B., D.S.O., Headquarters Staff. Major-General Sandbaoh, who again comes in for mention, entered the Army in 1879 and served in the Egypt nan War of 1882, including Tel-el-Kebir, the Soudan Campaign of 1885, the Burmeso Expedition of 1886, the Sikkrm Expedition, of 1888, the Nile Expedition of 1898, a.nd afterwards in the South African War. He waa military secretary to Lord Curzon of Kedleston when Viceroy of India; he commanded tho 1st Sappars and Miners, Indiaai Army, froon 19C4 to 1907; the Royal Engineer Troops at Aldershot in 19C8, and only retired last year from the command of the briga.de of Engineers at t.hc Curragh. Third son of the late Mr H. R. Sandbaoh, of Ilafc-aunos, he married the Hon. Jna. Douglas Pennant, a sister of Lord Ponrhyn. Coionol (temporary Brigadier-General) Count Gleidhen K.C.V.O., C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., General Headquarters Staff. Count Gleichen, who has been promoted to e rank of major-general for his services in the field, is a nephew of the late lady Harlech and a cousin therefore of Lord Harlech Major Vlow!aiit Castlexeagh (now Marquees of Londonderry), General Headquarters SoafT. Lord Castlercagh, new the Marquess of Londonderry, is a nephew of Lord Herbert Vane-Tempest, of Plas Machynlleth. Colonel (temporary Brigadier-General) R. G. Egerton, C.B., General Headquarters Staff. Colonel Egerton is a son of the late Sir R. E. Egetrton, of Coedy-glyn, Wrexham, and a. brother oi Mr R. W. Egerton, of Stanstey Lodge, Wrexham. Major Visoount Master c-ene and Ferrars, D.S.O., North Ir ish Ilorso Lord Maseereene is a brother-in-law of Major SvkcH, of the 2nd Regiment of Montgomery- shire Yeomanry, at present undergoing train- ing at Welshpool. He was previously men- tioned in the November list. Lieutenant Viscount Feild'ng, D.S.O.. 3rd Bat- taJion, Coldstream Guards. Viscount Feilding, who is mentioned in detp^tches for the seoond time, is the eldest eon of the Earl of Denbigh. Colonel (temporary Brigadier-General) A. H. Husaey Headquarters Stall. Colonel Hussey, who also figures in tho Honours' List with a C.B., married Miss Mary Herbert, daughter of the kite Dean of Here- ford, and a coua n of the Earl of Powis. Lieutenant-Colonel E. J. R. Peel, 54th Battery, Royal Field Artillery. Colonel Peel ia a son of the late Mr Archi- bald loW, of The Gerwyn, Wrexham. He also figures in tho Army Honours List with a D.S.O. Lieutenant-Colonel diaries Arthur Wilding, 2nd Battalion Royal InuiekillLng Fusiliers, Colonel Wilding comes in for mercaion a fxxxxnd time, and has also been made a C.B. He is tho eldest son of tilie late Rav. C. Wild- ing, of Arley Rectory, Salop. His grandfather, Mr Charles Wilding, was tor many years chief tl,-cilt to the Earl of Powis and twice Mayor ot Welsh pool. CoJoneil Wilding first saw ser- vice in Burma, and was promoted captain in 1897, major in 1905, and colonel last October. Major (temporary L:eiJitenan'c-Colonel) George J. Farmar, 1st Lancashire Fusiliers. Major Farmar is a brother of Mrs Niblett, Late of Llanerohydol Hall, Welshpool, lie saw service under Lord Kitchener in the Nile Ex- pedition to Khartoum in 1898, &nd again in the South Afrioan War. Second-Lieutenant H. N. Atkinson, D.S.O., 3rd Battalion Cheshire Regiment (attached). Son of Canon Atkinson, of North-op, and nephew of Sir E. Cotton-Jodrell, Lieutenant Atkinson is tho amaiteur golf champion of Waiks. Second-Lieutenant 0. T. D. Osmond Williame, D.S.O., 2nd Dragoons. Lieutenant Osmond Williams is heir to Sir ArtJhu-r. Osmond Williams, Bart., Lord-Liou. tenant of MerionvtliEihire. This lis the second occasion on which the gallant young offioer has been mentioned for his services in the field. Last November, he waa lewarded with the D.S.O. for gallant service near Messincs in a&,vrtainiag under fire the progr of nigh, oiporatioiis a.nd ?pcoia.Uy on i3i n.i?ht d Goto- ber 31st for fading the 12th Lanonra to posi- tion for counter-attack, in which he took part, accounting for eleven of the enemy himself. PROMOTIONS FOR FIELD SERVICE. To be Companion of the Order of the Bath, Ooionel (temporary Brigadier-General) Sir P. W. Chetwode, Bart., D.S.O. Genoml Sir Philip Wal house Chetwode, seventh baronet, the baronetcy dating back from 1700, was born in 1869. the son of Sir Goorgo Chetwode, sixth baronet, and Alice, daugilter of tho late Michael T. Bass, Range- more, Staffordshire. He received the D.S.O. in 1900 for eerviocs in South Africa with his regiment the l&th Huasairs. He suooeeded hits 6atther in 1905. In 1899 he married Hester Alioo Camilla, eldest daughter of Colonel tho Hon. Richard Staploton-Cotton. He entered the Army in 1889, was made captain in 1897, served at Chin Hills, Burmaih, 1892-93 (medal with ola-np), Souitih Afnica. 1899-1902 (mentioned twice in deepaiolies, Queen's medal, five clasps, King's modal, two clasps, D.S.O.). His heir is Roger Charles George, born April i'6 18th' 1905. C.B.âLieutenant-Colonel G. T. G. Edwards 20th Hussara. Lieutenant-Colonel Edwards, 20th Hussars, who was mentioned in despatches last Octo- ber, and now comes in for the C. D.. is the son of tho late Canon Edwards, a former Vicar of Ruabon, a.nd a nephew of the Bishop of St. Asaph. Some 18 years ago Colonel Edwards aiobed as adjutant to the Montgoimeryohire yeomanry.

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