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Ogle Bell-Irving
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Teesdale Mercury 28 October 1914 – Page 4:

'Brigadier General Headlam, R.A; and General Briggs, who is commanding   ?   division (brother of Colonel Briggs, commanding the Fourth Durham Light Infantry) have both been mentioned in despatches.  ?   Ogle Bell-Irving, the younger nephew of   ?   J. Bell-Irving, of Rokeby Park, is aide-de-camp to General Briggs.'

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Notes: Teesdale Mercury 28 October 1914 – Page 4; Teesdale Townships: Teesdale Poor Law Union 1914;