|First Name(s)||Alan Roderick|
|Place of Birth||Godalming|
|Club(s)||Brighton & Hove Albion|
|Previous Service Number(s)||-|
|Regiment or Corps||Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex) Regiment|
|Unit(s)||23rd (Service) Battalion (2nd Football)|
|Previous Regiment(s) or Corps||-|
|Type of Casualty (If applicable)||Killed in Action|
|Theatre of War (If applicable)||Western European Theatre|
|Date of Death (If applicable)||25/03/1918|
|Place of Death (If applicable)||France and Flanders|
|Place of Burial/Commemoration (If applicable)||Achiet-le-Grand Communal Cemetery Extension|
|Grave/Memorial Reference (If applicable)||IV. D. 3.|
|Awards and Decorations||Mention in Despatches|
Distinguished Service Order
|Citation(s)||Mentioned in Despatches: Haig-Brown, Temp. Lt.-Col. A. R. (Capt., Unattached List, T.F.). (The London Gazette, Supplement 30093, 25 May 1917.)|
Distinguished Service Order: Temp. Col. Alan Roderick Haig-Brown,
Unattd. List (comdg. Bn., Midd'x R.). (The London Gazette, Supplement 30111, 01 June 1917.)
|Supplementary Notes||Commanding Officer, Lancing College Officer Training Corps 1906-15.|
Transferred from Territorial Force Unattached List to 23/Middlesex 01/01/1916.
Appointed Commanding Officer 23/Middlesex 16/09/1916.
Son of the late Rev. Canon Haig-Brown, Master of Charterhouse; husband of Violet Mary Haig-Brown.