Capt. Wilfred Percy 'Billie' Nevill (14.7.1894|1.7.1916) 1st Bn East Yorkshire Regt, att'd 1st Bn East Surrey Regt. Originator of the East Surrey’s famous 'Football Charge' on the first day of the Battle of the Somme, 1.7.1916. KIA at Carnoy aged 21. Buried Carnoy Military Cemetery. Grave Ref: E.28. Educated Dover Coll.,Rugby, where he was Head Boy. Went up to Jesus College, Cambridge in 1914.
(Chieveley Military Cemetery, Frere, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa). Grave of Lieut. Frederick Hugh Sherston Roberts VC (MID) (8.1.1872|17.12.1899). Educated Eton, Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst he joined the army after completing his studies. Saw action in Waziristan Exped (1894|5), Chitral Exped 1898 & Second Boer War. He was awarded the VC at The Battle of Colenso after his actions were observed by Redvers Buller VC, Commander-in-Chief & recommended for the award Dec 16th, before Roberts…
Myles Moylan - Captain, commanding Company A, 7th US Cavalry, during the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Survived the battle, going on to finish a military career. He was awarded the Medal of Honor on 27 November 1894, for his actions fighting the Nez Perce Indians at Snake Creek on 30 Sept 1877.
Frances Scott Key~Aug. 1, 1779~Jan. 11, 1843 Key Monument Association erected a memorial in 1898 and the remains of both Francis Scott Key and his wife were placed in a crypt in the base of the monument. Monument: Published September 16, 1894~ http://query.nytimes.com/mem/archive-free/pdf?res=F70E15FD3A5515738DDDAF0994D1405B8485F0D3