Arthur Koberwein à Beckett Terrell

Bro Captain Arthur Koberwein à Beckett Terrell was a volunteer trooper with the Inns of Court OTC before the Great War before being commissioned into the RFA. He was gassed in October 1917, but survived.

In civilian life he was a barrister, called to Lincoln’s Inn, after Tonbridge and Exeter College Oxford. He worked principally in Singapore and Penang either side of the Great War, becoming a judge in the Supreme Court for the Federated Malay States and Straits Settlement.

Terrell was a member of the Royal Asiatic Society and a fine Lawn Tennis player, ofter doubling up with his brother Captain Claud Romako à Becket Terrell who was also a Skinner but not a member of Pellipar Lodge (despite the misattribution on the Tonbridge website).