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The character who committed the deed/s may be sufficiently apologetic to warrant forgiveness, or the latter character learning An Aesop may be considered punishment enough, or maybe The Punishment Is the Crime.Sometimes, showing a bit of trust to a former villain who doesn't seem to deserve it can lead to them becoming a reliable ally. His officer wrote : " He was seen dead just by the enemy wire; but your brother must have done well to get so far—only a few ever entered the trench, and the fewer still that returned have received distinctions." He m. Margaret's, Herne Bay, 18 July, 1914, Millicent, dau. Margaret's, Herne Bay, and had a dau., Josephine Grace, b. F.); was an Authorized Clerk on the London Stock Exchange; volunteered and enlisted in the Army Pay Corps, 6 Oct. 1916; went to France in April, and was killed in action 3 July following, in an engagement on the Somme front. of the late John Octavius Abbott, of The Priory, Breakspear Road, Brockley, S. James Francis Ellis, of Pocklington, Yorks, and brother to Private R. 20 May, 1915.*Second Lieutenant, 179 Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. Born in 1875, he was educated at University College School. of Albert John Aitkens, of Paddock Wood Kent formerly of Chislehurst [cadet of Aitken of Thornton, co. of Alderman Sir Henry Knight, Lord Mayor of London (1883), and brother to 2nd Lieut.
Within a season or maybe even an episode, foes become friends and whatever evil the forgiven character did is swept under the rug and forgotten. Abbott, of The Cottage, Sewardstonebury, Chingford, Essex. Commemorated on ARRAS MEMORIAl, Pas de Calais, France. In April 1915 he was granted a commission as Captain, and with Lieut.-Colonel H. Darrell was mainly responsible for raising the 16th Battalion, Rifle Brigade. His men absolutely adored him, as well they might, and not only the officers of this Regiment loved him but all the officers of the Brigade who had the honour of knowing him."*Second Lieutenant, 7th (City of London) Battalion, London Regiment. Buried in WIMEREUX COMMUNAL CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France. Also listed on Chingford War Memorial[Spelt Montagu in dedication booklet] *Major, 16th Battalion, Rifle brigade (The Prince Consort's Own). On the outbreak of war he enlisted in the Old Boys' Corps and became a platoon-commander. When I say that he was unequalled as a Company Commander in the New Armies, I am not using terms of exaggerated praise but stating an absolute fact that was recognized by all who came into contact with him, from generals downwards. Son of Albert John and Ada Aitkens; husband of Phyllis Aitkens, of "Strouds," Horsted Keynes, Sussex. If the unmasked traitor was an active party member or contributing part of the team, and an active party member or contributing part of the team, it's Welcome Back, Traitor.If some sort of Hand Wave is given for this, then it's a case of "Get out of Jail Free" Card.