Milton High School Roll of Honour

Milton High School

Selborne Avenue, Bulawayo

Images of those serving in His Majesty's Forces

Images from "The Miltonian" magazine 1918 and 1919

1918

2nd Lieut. Barry, Norman De Beer, 2nd Lieut. T. A. Carneigie, D. S. Judson, Pilot D. G. Lewis, R.F.C., J. A. Myberg, 2nd Lieut. Keigwin, Pte. P. T. Park, Pte. R. A. Williams, Reynolds, Pte. C. T. Stuart, 2nd Lieut. H. E. Ricketts, W. Gray, H. Clark, N. B. Cran, W. Melvile, H. Hendrik, H. Phoenix, E. Carnegie, H. F. Voss, L. Myers, W. Mirtle, S. C. MacKenzie,
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1919


Kranswicks: Sec. Lieut. Harold Cranswick, Pvt. Rupert Cranswick, 2nd. Lieut. Gerald Cranswick, 2nd. Lieut. Cecil Cranswick, Capt. Noel Cranswick, Pte. R. L. Cranswick, Rhodes Scholar, now Church of Christ College, Oxford. Capt. Noel Cranswick, M.C. Scoutmaster, Milton Scouts, late prisoner of war in Germany.

Pte. Harold Child, 2nd Lieut. J. C. Ashburner, W. A. Schakleton, J. K. Mockford, R. H. Johnstone, Tom Ely, Major Frank Taylor, RAF Officers Prisoners of War in Grandanz Germany (8th from the right back row - Lieut D. G. Lewis.
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