|Remembering The Dead Of World War 1.||
Etaples Military cemetery,
Youngest son of Howard John & Elizabeth Kennard and was baptised on 2 July, 1851, at Paddington St. John, London. He was a prominent NH rider who also excelled at polo. He was a member of the Cavalry Club, Piccadilly.
He joined the 13th Hussars 21 March, 1900, being promoted Lieutenant 22 Feb. 1902. He saw active service in South Africa from 1899 to 1902, during which he was present in operations in the Transvaal, operations in Orange River Colony, operations on the Zululand Frontier of Natal. He was awarded he Queen's Medal with four clasps.
(Brigade Major 6th Cavalry Division).
Son of Robert Neill, Husband of Eleanor de Courcy Neill of Yew Tree Cottage, Merrow, Guildford, Surrey, UK. Captain Norman Neill was killed in action early on in the war on 6th Nov 1914. He transferred from the 19th Hussars to the 13th on 11th July 1910.