Died : 04 Jun 1915
Rank : Second Lieutenant
Service no at death:
Surname: HASLUCK
Initials: S V
Date of Birth 11 Nov 1888
Place of BirthHandsworth, Birmingham
Place of Birth Source
Schools attended Marlborough College
Employment / tradeTea and Rubber planter
Place of work
Family (parents and grandparents)Son of the Rev Ernest Edward Hasluck and Mrs AgnesHasluck (nee Millborough) of Warren House, Caversham, Reading
Spouse Name
NotesParents formerly of Handley Vicarage, Salisbury.
Regiment at call-upIndian Army Reserve of Officers
Regiment at discharge
Rank at call-upSecond Lieutenant
Service no at call-up
Date of attestation -
Date of call-up -
Area reported toCeylon
SourceRuvigny's Roll of Honour
Naval vessels served
Decorations and awards
Other service detailsServed 3 years in Dorset Yeomanry
Joined Ceylon Mounted Rifles
At outbreak of war joined the Ceylon contingent and went to Egypt (17 Nov 1914)
Attached to 89th Punjabis (1915)
Attached to 14th King George's Own Ferozapore Sikhs (1915) in Dardanelles
Other rank
Other service no
Service factsMentioned in dispatches (London Gazette 5 Nov 1915)
Age at death26
Date of death 04 Jun 1915
Regiment at deathIndian Army Reserve of Officers
Battalion at death
Rank at deathSecond Lieutenant
Circumstances of deathKilled near Krithia where the 14th Sikhs lost 12 British officers and 11 native officers
Service no at death
Field of action at deathGallipoli
Place of deathKrithia
Location of graveHelles Memorial
Other memorialsSixpenny Handley War Memorial
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