H Social

Commemorating the Fallen of WW1

Today we remember …

15th September 1915.  Gerald Goldie-Taubman, H & F Socials, 1888.  Captain, Royal Garrison Artillery.  Died in London, of peritonitis following an operation.  Gerald Goldie-Taubman was stationed on Malta, where he was Assistant Provost Marshal. In 1916, The Radleian listed him among those who had died on active service. Aged 42 Memorial1

Commemorating the Fallen of WW1

Today we remember …

26th July 1915.  Cecil Palmer,  H & G Socials 1888.  Lt-Col commanding, 9th Bn, Royal Warwickshire Regt.  Killed in action at Gallipoli.  The Warwickshires were one of Kitchener’s newly recruited forces. Cecil Palmer, a career soldier, was called up from retirement to command them.  He left a widow and three children.  Aged 42

Cecil Palmer. Lt-Col commanding 9th Bn, Royal Warwickshire Regt.  kia 26 July 1915

Cecil Palmer. Lt-Col commanding 9th Bn, Royal Warwickshire Regt. kia 26 July 1915

The Helles Memorial.  Photo David Bennett, 18 May 2015

The Helles Memorial. Photo David Bennett, 18 May 2015

Cecil Palmer commemorated on the Helles Memorial.  Photo David Bennett, 18 May 2015

Cecil Palmer commemorated on the Helles Memorial. Photo David Bennett, 18 May 2015