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On 27th October 1922 the Stock Exchange War memorial was unveiled by The Earl of Balfour, K. There are 408 names listed in the memorial booklet. The details here are taken from the Order of Service from that day. Freemason's School, Wood Green; served for five years in the 1st Surrey Rifles (21st London) (T.
MAJOR MONTAGUE NATHAN ABRAHAMS, Rifle Brigade, was the son of Louis Abrahams of Northgate House, Regent's Park. for Repatriation Camp, Blanford, 7 July 1919 transferred to the unemployed list. After the objective was gained and the men were digging in under his supervision, one was badly hit and Lieutenant Alexander told a man to go to his assistance, but went himself instead as there was a lot of shelling, and while bandaging the man they were both killed by a heavy shell." The same sergeant relates how on one occasion when he went round the Company for volunteers for a risky enterprise, the men volunteered " too freely" on learning that Alexander was in charge. His death is thus described by a sergeant in his Company: Everything went very well in the attack, and we captured the first machine gun and many prisoners. Note: In 1914, The Great War, meant the Exchange market was closed from the end of July until the new year. The Stock Exchange Battalion of Royal Fusiliers was formed – 1,600 volunteered, 400 never returned. Abbott, of The Priory, Burbage Rd., Herne Hill, London; husband of Millicent Abbott, of "St.