HC Deb 26 March 1919 vol 114 cc430-1W
Colonel DU PRE

asked the Financial Secretary to the War Office whether "Borshams," Amersham Hill, High Wycombe, was occupied by the military from 1st November, 1917, to 24th May, 1918; if so, why payment of rent was made to the tenant as from 25th December only; and whether he will direct that payment be now made for the period 1st November to 25th December?


The answer to the first part of the question is in the affirmative. As regards the second part payment of compensation was made in accordance with the determination of the Defence of the Realm Losses Commission who

Name of Officer. Present Employment. Employment in Civil Life.
Major A. W. Banner Assistant managing director, national shipyards and chief accountant Accountant.
Major C. J. Kavanagh In charge of German Prisoners of War in connection with public works construction Qualified civil mechanical engineer.
Lieut. E. Sinkiss Electrical engineer, No. 1 shipyard Constructional engineer.
Lieut.-Col. G. E. Cockburn Director of engineering work Chief engineer to Messrs. Livesey, Son and Henderson.
Captain C. E. Street Chief general assistant to the director of engineering, national shipyards Partner in firm of Erdman and Sons, surveyors and land agents, Acton.
Major D. W. Hole Construction engineer (buildings, Chepstow) Civil engineer.
Major J. H. Dosser Resident architect Architect.
Captain E. H. Bate Engineer in charge of waterworks schemes, N.S. Civil engineer.
Major J. C. Martin Chief architect Architect and surveyor (railway tubes and public works).
Captain L. Martin Resident architect in charge of Chepstow housing schemes, N.S. Architect.
2nd Lieut. C. Pain Assistant engineer, constructional department, N.S. Railway and waterworks engineer.
2nd Lieut. R. F. Nathan Assistant engineer Surveyor.
Captain Lowenthal Chief technical assistant to the managing director, national ship-yards Civil engineer. Shortly to take position as manager of Brazilian railways.
NOTE.—In addition to the officers detailed above, there are certain officers still employed who form part of the military personnel lent as a military unit by the War Office to the Admiralty.