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MENTIONED IN DIS- PATCHES., I HAIG AND SWANSEA Of-RCERS. MILITARY CROSS FOR SKETTY CAPTAIN. Captain Henry Charles Hamilton Eden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Eden, Glynder- wen, Lower Sketty, has been awarded the Military Cross. He is at present doing lIrnajor',< duties, in charge of a howitzer bat- tery, "somewhere in France." He is 27 years of age, and has been seven years in the Army. He was educated at llugbv and Woolwich, and was head of his house at ICAPT. HY. CHAS. HAMILTON EDEN. Rugby. He was aL-o a member of the Rugby and Woolwich football fifteens. He was married last November to Miss Pulleine, daughter of Captain Pulleine, of Sandford House, Richmond, Yorkshire. The young- est brother of his mother, Major-General Reginald Ford, who was promoted from brigadiex-gereral, recently went to Bucking- ham Palace to receive his G.C.I. at the hands of the King, arfd has now been honoured with the C.B. He also possesses the D.S.Q. CAPT. D. PERCY DAVIE3. Captain D. Percy Davies, son of the Mayor and Mayoress of Swansea (Alderman and Mrs. David Davies), who is in the "mentions" for the Army Cyclist Corps. CAPT. A. V. SINCLAIR. Capt. A. V. Sinclair, son of Col. A. Sin- clair, himself a veteran volunteer officer, who is included in the lir<t. SWANfct.. eUTEN ANJ. of the aid Lieut. V- R. Lewis, of the n. F, A., and son of Mr. Dyer Lewis. H.M. Inspector of Mines, 2, St. Helen s-cresccnt. Also men- tioned in dispatches. OF THE SWANSEA ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT, Also iuclucod m the. list of officers mentioned in Field-Mrrshal Sir Douglas H aig; s despatch on Thursday were Lieut. Tult and Sergt.-Mcjor Hopkins (of the Electrical Engineers' Department, Swan- sea), both or whom, prier to joining the Army in the early days of the war, re- sided at Swansea. SWANSEA MERCHANT'S BROTHER. orticei, in Field Mar- shal Haig's concluding list is Captain E. T. S. Colqiihoun, youngest son of th"hte Mi". James Colquhonn. J.P., general manager of the Tredegar Iron and Coal Company and brother of Mr. R /S. Colquhoun, Fielrle-road, ['Newport, and Mr. John Colquhoun, metal merchant, Swansea. PP.OVOTSD ON THE FIElD. Lieut. F. R. 1. rnioridge, eldest son of I Mr. and Mrs. Pembridge, of Pen-v-Bryn, Norfolk-street. Swansea (late of Sketty), has been promoted to captain on the fiftld. He was formerlv employed bv M essrs. Fuller and Co., the weli-known cabinet makers of Brynmill. CAPT. GLADSTONE DAVIES. Capt. D. Gladstone Davies, of the Swansea Corporation, who has been 18 j months out in France with the Army: Veterinary Corps, is also amongst those i mentioned. Capt. Davies has been serv- ling almost since the beginning of the war, and was at first employed at a camp in Lancashire- Captain E-van Davies, of a local unit of the W-elsh Regiment, has been given the Military Gross for distinguished service in the field. He wju; senior teacher at this institution, and obtained a to;umis«ioii ill the Swansea Battalion. A little tunc "O he was pro- moled to a captaincy. His home was at Car- digau.

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