Rose, Hugh Price (1897-1917)
Sherborne School, UK, Book of Remembrance for former pupils who died in the First World War, 1914-1918.
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Details: Hugh Price Rose (1897-1917), born 16 March 1897, son of Alexander Morrison Rose and Dora Denton Rose of 31 Grosvenor Place, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Attended C.G. Williamson's school in Newcastle.
Attended Sherborne School (Abbeylands) January 1911-July 1915.
Passed his Responsions and Entrance Exam for Oriel College, Oxford, but owing to the war entered the Royal Military College, Sandhurst in January 1916, passing out in August 1916.
WW1, 2nd Lieutenant in the Seaforth Higlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, The Duke of Albany's), 2nd Bn; went to France in October 1916. Killed in action at the Battle of Arras, near Fampoux, on 11 April 1917. Buried at Brown's Copse Cemetery, Roeux, III. F. 8.
Brown's Copse Cemetery, Roeux, III. F. 8 www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/568246/ROSE,%20HUGH%2...
St Saviour’s Church, Westcliff on Sea.
St George's Church and Jesmond United Reform Church www.newmp.org.uk/article.php?categoryid=99&articleid=....
Sherborne School: War Memorial Staircase; Book of Remembrance; Abbeylands roll of honour. A. Morrison Rose donated £50 towards the Sherborne School War Memorial in memory of his son, 2nd Lieut. H.P. Rose.
Lieutenant Rose and three Companies of the Battalion were ordered to attack the Rouex Chemical Works from Fampoux but in traversing open ground the force was met by Machine Gun fire, resulting in serious loss to the attacking force, every Officer being a casualty. The Rev. E.S. Woods, Chaplain to the R.M. College, Sandhurst, wrote to Mr and Mrs Rose that "He if anyone deserved the name of 'Christian Gentleman' using each word in the fullest sense, and he had a great influence for good in his Company."