Flintshire Policeman’s Three War Honours – County Herald 28th July 1916.
Ex-Policeman Daniel HEWITT, who before the war was in the Flintshire Constabulary, stationed at Shotton Ironworks, has now been awarded his third honour for bravery on the field of action. In the first place he was awarded the D.C.M., and promoted to the rank of sergeant on the field. After this he received the French Cross of Honour; and more recently he has had a Russian honour bestowed upon him. Sergt. HEWITT is now in this country, and he is to receive his latest decoration at the hands of the Prince of Wales, who is an officer of the regiment to which HEWITT belongs, – namely, the Grenadier Guards.
COUNTY HERALD 4th August 1916 (Page 6 Col 4) – ENEMIES WITH BRITISH TITLES
Mr. Asquith replied in the House of Commons to a question by Mr Swift MacNeil asking whether the British Titles and orders of the Duke of Albany and Prince Albert Schleswig-Holstein and the Duke of Cumberland, who were in arm against this country, would be taken over.
In answer, Mr. Asquith said the matter had been considered by the cabinet. The Government were in full sympathy with the feeling and opinion of the House, and His Majesty would be asked to take the necessary steps in regard to the titles and orders. The Lord Chancellor was considering the technical questions of law.
COUNTY HERALD 25th August 1916 Missing Soldiers – We are informed that up to Tuesday this week no definite information had been received respecting Rifleman H.C. CARTER, of Church Road, Golftyn, Connah’s Quay, and Private George ROGERS, of 14, Stone Row, Connah’s Quay, both of whom are reported missing at the Front.