World War One memorial at Malvern College Chapel. (An additional 2 people from the 457 recorded have since been discovered.)

List of Malvern College First World War Casualties

The following is a list of the 459 people who attended Malvern College and died due to the First World War.
There was not a month from August 1914 to November 1918 that an Old Malvernian did not become a casualty, with 6 killed on the first day of the Battle of Loos on the 25th September 1915 and 13 killed on the first day of the Battle of the Somme on the 1st July 1916.
The vast majority of casualties occurred in France and Belgium with 31 names recorded on the Menin Gate at Ypres, and 23 at Thiepval. There were also 23 casualties in Turkey due to the Gallipoli Campaign, and 16 in Iraq, including 2 near Kut.
They were in a wide range of regiments including 26 in the Royal Field Artillery, 13 in the Royal Engineers, 12 in the Worcestershire Regt, 11 in the Canadian Inf, 11 in the East Kent Regt (The Buffs), and 5 in the Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Air Force.
Most were officers with 133 Captains, 125 2nd Lieutenants, 114 Lieutenants, 26 Majors, and 15 Lieutenant Colonels.
22 received the MC, 5 the DSO and 1 the DCM, as well as 3 knighthoods (the CB, CMG, and MVO).

The information below is based primarily on the memorial books held at Malvern which Ian Quickfall, and now Paul Godsland, the Malvernian Society archivists, have arranged to be digitised with the official memorial web site still in development.
Information was also obtained from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website, and the Unit War Diaries and Service Records held at the National Archives in Kew.

The main battles have tried to be identified in which Old Malvernians died in. Many though were killed in the general attrition of Trench Warfare which was so vividly described in the book 'Nothing of Importance' by Bernard Adams.

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2nd Lieut Eric Goward Abbott
House: No 9 1904 - 1909. Regiment: South Staffordshire Regt..
Died: 16 March 1917 aged 25 in France. Killed in action near Gommecourt.
Cemetery: Foncquevillers 11.E.14

"A" Coy. 1st/5th Bn. South Staffordshire Regiment

Born 25 Oct 1892. Son of Julie Emma Abbott, of The Austins, Handsworth, Birmingham, and the late Councillor & Chartered Accountant Edward James Abbott .

Inscription
“TO SAVE THE WORLD HE GAVE HIS LIFE AND THAT TO US IS EVERYTHING”

There is a life size bronze figure of him at rest in full uniform at St James Church, Handsworth, Birmingham.Ref

Medal Card: WO 372/1/1440

Service record: WO 374/20 Extracts

Unit War Diary: WO 95/2686/1

Captain John Bernard Pye Adams
House: No 8 1904 - 1909. Regiment: Royal Welch Fus..
Died: 27 February 1917 aged 27 in France. Died of wounds.
Cemetery: Couin New British Cemetery B.3.

1st Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers

Son of Harold John and Georgina Adams, of St. John's, Oakwood Avenue, Beckenham, Kent.

After Malvern where he was a school prefect, he won a scholarship to St John's Cambridge where he studied Classics and Economics.

He enrolled in the Royal Welsh Fusiliers in November 1914, and was in France from October 1915 to June 7th 1916 where he was wounded. During his convalescence he wrote about his experiences in the trenches in a very detailed and vivid manner in the book 'Nothing of importance'. It can be read online here

He returned to the front in January 1917 and a few weeks later he was severely wounded leading his men in an attack on Serre on the 26th February and died the following day in hospital. His fellow officers included 2nd Lieutenant Siegrfried Sassoon who according to the Unit War Diary was 'struck off' on the same day. Siegrfried Sassoon while at Craiglockart Hospital gave Wilfred Owen his annotated copy of 'Nothing of Importance' when he heard that Owen was going back to the front in October 1917. The book is now in the 'Wilfred Owen Collection' at the Weston Library, part of the Bodleian Library, University of Oxford. Sassoon wrote on the fly leaf that he is referred to as Scott in the book.The full annotations made by Sassoon can be seen here

Biography and here and at back of his book.

Service record: WO 339/14873Extracts

Unit War Diary: WO 95/1665/1

Captain Charles John Henry Adamson
House: No 5 1904 - 1909. Regiment: Northumberland Fus..
Died: 20 September 1917 aged 27 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele). Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial P 19/23 and 162

11th Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers

Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Adamson, of Kirkhill, Northumberland; husband of Georgiana Adamson, of The Quest, Ponteland, Northumberland.

Service Record: WO 339/20316 Extracts

Medal Card: WO 372/1/20315
Unit War Diary: WO 95/2182/4 (1915 Aug - 1917 Oct)

2nd Lieut Richard Paterson Agar
House: No 6 1909 - 1915. Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders.
Died: 14 October 1916 aged 20 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Guards Cemetery Les Boeufs V111. D. 3.

2nd Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

Born: 11th July 1896 at 10 Montgomery Terrace, Ayr.
Father: William Morison Paterson (Dress Goods Manufacturer).
Mother: Margaret Swale Paterson (M.S. Agar)

At enlistment in May 1915, lived at Edgecombe Hall, Beaumont St, Wimbledon Park, London.
Brother: James A Paterson was killed near Ypres on October 30th 1914.

War Diary:
"He and his company were endeavouring to attain Dewdrop Trench, he was killed by very heavy machine gun fire while being driven back to Rainy Trench."
War Diary says that "he was a splendid officer and his death is a great loss to the Battalion".Ref

Service Record: WO 339/57485Extracts

Medal Card: WO 372/1/26326
Unit War Diary: WO 95/1483/5 (1916 July 1 - 1916 Dec 31)

Lieutenant Arthur William Agg
House: Sch 1878 - 1881. Regiment: Recruiting Officer.
Died: 02 April 1916 aged 51 in United Kingdom. Died after operation.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Whittington Glos. On East boundary

Bombardier. Bertram Kyrle Anderson
House: No 6 1898 - 1899. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 08 June 1917 aged 34 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of Messines. Cemetery: Erquinghem-Lys Churchyard Extension 11 C 2

Father: William Robert Le Guyt Anderson
Mother: Emilie Frances Anderson
Christened: 23 Jan 1884, Holy Trinity, Rugby

Service Number 675725
Died 06/06/1917
"C" Bty. 285th Bde.
Royal Field Artillery

Lieutenant Colin Knox Anderson
House: No 7 1903 - 1908. Regiment: Royal West Kent Regt..
Died: 23 August 1914 aged 26 in Belgium. Killed in action at Mons.
Battle: Battle of Mons. Cemetery: Hautrage Military Cemetery 1 D 17

3rd Bn. attd. "A" Coy. 1st Bn.
Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)

Son of George Knox Anderson, D.L., J.P., and Mrs. Anderson, of Bridge Hill House, Canterbury, Kent.

During the Battle of Mons, his company was ordered to cover the withdrawal of the cavalry patrols and crossed the Mons-Conde Canal.
Heavily outnumbered, almost half of his company were hit of which 2/3rds were killed or 'missing'.
He was shot through the head and was left behind when the retirement was called and was buried by the Germans.
Biography


Led by Lions: MPs and Sons Who Fell in the First World War By Neil Thornton

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Captain George Lechmere Anson
House: No 6 1898 - 1900. Regiment: Sherwood Foresters.
Died: 02 October 1914 aged 31 in Belgium. Killed in action at Ennetieres.
Battle: Battle of Mons. Cemetery: Ploegsteert Memorial P 7

2nd Bn. Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment)

Son of Edith Ann Anson, and the late Col. George Hamilton Anson.

Medal Card: WO 372/1/100410

Captain Henry Metcalfe Appleton
House: No 4 1891 - 1894. Regiment: Dragoon Guards.
Died: 26 January 1918 aged 43 in United Kingdom. Died at Aldershot.
Battle: Battle of Mons. Cemetery: Aldershot Mil Cemetery AG 369

1st (King's) Dragoon Guards

Son of Henry and Georgina Appleton

Lieutenant Colonel John Henry Morris Arden
House: No 3 1888 - 1892. Regiment: Worcestershire Regt..
Died: 23 July 1918 aged 43 in Eygpt. Died at Cairo.
Battle: Battle of Mons. Cemetery: Alexandria War Memorial Cemetery B. 71

No. 3 Cadet Wing Royal Air Force and Reserve of Officers, 2nd Bn. Worcestershire Regiment
D S O, Mentioned in Despatches

Order of Osmanieh, 2nd Class. Son of the Rev. A. Henry Arden (Reader in Tamil and Telugu), University of Cambridge. Served in the South African and Sudan (1912) Campaigns.

Medal card: WO 372/1/109453
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2nd Lieut Alban Charles Phidias Arnold
House: Sch 1906 - 1910. Regiment: Royal Fusiliers.
Died: 07 July 1916 aged 24 in France. Killed in action at the Somme.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial P. 8C 9A 16A

11th Bn. attd. 8th Bn. Royal Fusiliers

Son of the Rev. Charles Lowther Arnold and Mary Delamere Arnold, of Holy Trinity Vicarage, Fareham, Hants.

He went to Magdalene College, Cambridge in 1911, and played cricket for Cambridge University, 1912-14, 5 matches. Hampshire, 1912-14, 16 matches. Free Foresters, 1914, 1 match

Ref:Wisden on the Great War


Final Wicket: Test and First Class Cricketers Killed in the Great War By Nigel McCrery
Wikipedia


Medal card: WO 372/1/118329
8 Bn Royal Fusiliers (1915 June - 1918 Feb) War Diary: WO 95/1857/1

Captain Edward Dannett Asbury
House: No 4 1913 - 1916. Regiment: 49 Sq. R. A. F..
Died: 24 September 1918 aged 19 in France. Killed in action near Sulesmes.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Arras Flying Services Memorial

Born June 9th, 1899. Father's Occupation: CaptainP &O. Address: Merivale, Chase Ridings, Enfield
Aircraft DH 9 serial E8869 missing from operations on Aulnoye 24/9/18 - last seen in combat. The Pilot Cpt E.D. Asbury and Observer 2/Lt B.T. Gillman were both killed.

"As" britannique de la WW1, 5 victoires aériennes partagées avec ses observateurs-mitrailleurs au sein du 49 Sqn du RFC, toutes obtenues sur D.H.9, est tué au combat à bord de son D.H.9 matricule E8869 au dessus de la forêt de Mormal, dans le département du Nord.crash-aerien
49squadron

Service record: AIR 76/12/17 and AIR 79/771/85242
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2nd Lieut Norman Henry Aste
House: No 6 1903 - 1906. Regiment: Royal Garrison Artillery.
Died: 04 August 1916 aged 27 in France. Killed in action at Albert.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Albert Communal Extension 1. M. 22

23rd Heavy Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery

In 1909 was working aged 20 as an articled clerk to a solicitor (John Carnm Holmes).

Born 30 May 1889. Living at 42 Lancaster Gate, London at time of application for commision in 1915. Had joined the Honourable Artillery Company (Infantry) on 27 Sep 1909 as a Corporal. On active service from 18 Sep 1914 to 7 Feb 1915 when was wounded fom a gun shot wound in the right leg (calf).

Son of John Aste (Corn Factor) and Margaret Aste, Hawthorns, Foxgrove road, Beckenham, Kent & 34 Clement's lane, London.

Died from wounds received in action from a G.S. Wd in the thigh causing a haemorrhage in the femoral artery (Shell a.36).

Service Record: WO 339/28639

Medal Card: WO 372/1/138750
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Private Charles Neville Attwood
House: No 4 1888 - 1889. Regiment: Australian Imp. Inf..
Died: 07 August 1915 aged 44 in Turkey. Killed in Gallipoli.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Lone Pine Memorial 52

Became a farmer in Western Australia. He had two children and was a widower.
Next of kin: Son, daughter, Parents: Colin Charles and Esther Attwood, The Laurels, Conderton, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England Biography Ancestry
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Major Guy Horsman Bailey MC
House: No 9 1905 - 1910. Regiment: Royal Horse Artillery.
Died: 28 February 1917 aged 26 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Guards Cemetery Combles I D 1

Born May 27th 1891, at Springfield, Leigham Court Road, Streatham.
After Malvern, went to Brasenose College, Oxford in October 1910.
Lived at Foxholes, Chipping Norton, Oxford.
Applied for a commission in the army on the 22 June 1914.
Went to France on the 17th March 1916 with his unit the Royal Horse Artillery 15th Brigade.

As a Lieutenant, took over command of a neigbouring battery during the prelude to the battle of the Somme on the 28th June 1916 as its Commanding Officer was injured.

Killed by a shell at about 3pm on the 28th February.

At time of death was a Captain, but acting Major, which was subsequently confirmed.

Father, Edward Horsman Bailey, lived at 5 Berners street, London and was a solicitor. Mother was Jane Bailey, formerly Rose.
His effects went to his father, with the exception of his pocket book which was of an intimate nature, which went to Mrs Mainby Luxmore, 5 Cumberland House, Kensington Palace.

References (National Archives, Kew):
Service record: WO 374/3114
Medal card: WO 372/1/177612
War Diary of Royal Horse Artillery 15th Brigade : WO 95/2291

2nd Lieut Henry Parkyns Bridge Baines
House: No 7 1896 - 1898. Regiment: Gloucestershire Regt..
Died: 03 February 1917 aged 36 in Iraq. Killed in action.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Basra Memorial PANEL 17

15th Bn. attd. 7th Bn. Gloucestershire Regiment

Parents: Arthur Baines and Catherine Mary Parkyns Baines, Uley House, Uley, near Dursley, Glos

On 2nd February 1917 orders were issued to establish a line of pickets extending from Kala-Haji-Fahan north-west to the River Tigris in the Dahra bend.
During these operations, 2Lt Baines was killed. His body was never identified or removed from the battlefield and he is commemorated on Panel 17 of the Basra Memorial.

After the war, his widow, Kathleen Haller, resided at Langham House, 197 Albany Street, Regent's Park, London.
Biography at livesofthefirstworldwar
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2nd Lieut James Elliot Balfour-Melville
House: No 5 1896 - 1901. Regiment: Black Watch.
Died: 25 September 1915 aged 33 in France. Killed in action at Loos.
Battle: Battle of Loos. Cemetery: Loos Memorial P 78-83

3rd Bn. attd. 2nd Bn. Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)
Born 9th July 1882. Son of Leslie M. and Jeanie Amelia Balfour-Melville, of New Club, Edinburgh
Address: 3 Learmouth Terrace, Edinburgh

He was shot by a sniper after successfully leading his men through several enemy trenches. A fellow officer wrote that “to have got his men together and reached to such a point is a feat of gallantry and dash beyond all praise.”

He played football for Oxford University, captaining the side in 1905. A talented cricketer, he kept wicket for Scotland. He was a chartered accountant.

Service record: WO 339/4981
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Sergeant Frederick Oliver Charles Bambridge
House: No 9 1908 - 1910. Regiment: Royal Fusiliers.
Died: 13 July 1916 aged 22 in France. Died of wounds.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Albert Communal Extension 1. I 8

‘B’ Company, 10th (Stockbrokers) Battalion, Royal Fusiliers

Son of Edward Charles Bambridge, a Lloyd’s insurance underwriter, and Kathleen Sylvia (née Bailey) Bambridge of The Elms, 22 Merton Hall Road, Wimbledon.

At 9pm on the 10th of July 1916, B and C Companies of the 10th Battalion Royal Fusiliers were pushed forward
to relieve the 13th Battalion Rifle Brigade in their attack towards Pozieres on the Somme. The Fusiliers lay in
exposed positions for the next two days under heavy shell fire, suffering a number of casualties but without engaging
the enemy. Frederick Bambridge was wounded on the 13th of July and died later the same day.

His brother, Rupert Charles Bambridge, was a much decorated Captain in the same Battalion, being the holder of the D.S.O., M.C. and M.M. Sadly, he too was killed in action, in May 1918.
Medals sold at auction for £340 in 2004


Ref:
Lloyd's of London WW1 pdf booklet.

Captain Rupert Charles Bambridge Bambridge DSO
House: No 9 1905 - 1909. Regiment: Royal Fusiliers.
Died: 23 May 1918 aged 27 in France. Died of wounds.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: St Sever Cemetery Rouen OFFICERS B.9.4.

Born 29th April 1891, Boveney, Thornlow Rd, West Norwood. Father:Edward Charles Bambridge. Mother: Kathleen Sylvia Bailey.
DSO, MC and Bar, MM
10th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
Home: 29.8.1914 - 29.7.1915
BEF: 30.7.1915 - 18.3.1916
Wounded right hand and right thigh 18.1.1916. Awarded the 'Military Medal'.
On 19.12.1916 wounded by a piece of shell in right arm. He had recovered by 25.3.1917.
1.6.1917 Posted to 10 R F. Joined in the field
29.6.1917 To command B Coy
3.12.1917 Awarded Bar to Military Cross
Died of wounds received in action (Gas).
Next of kin: Edward Charles Bambridge, The Elms, Merton Hall Road, Wimbledon

Service record: WO 339/58491

Medal card: WO 372/1/214277

Captain Fergusson Barclay
House: Sch 1892 - 1893. Regiment: Royal Air Force.
Died: 07 December 1918 aged 41 in United Kingdom. Died after accident.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Weston-Super-Mare cemetery 4067

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Captain Wilfrid Saxby Barham
House: No 6 1909 - 1913. Regiment: East Kent Regt. (The Buffs).
Died: 10 October 1915 aged 21 in Belgium. Died of wounds at Poperinghe.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Poperinghe New Cemetery I C 26

Born: 14th November 1894, Dene Wood, 33 Daleham Gardens, Hampstead. Father Managing director of a Public Company.

Went to Clare College, Cambridge. Lived at 5 Green Street, Cambridge.
Applied for Commission in May 1914 in 3rd Btn, East Kents (The Buffs).

Attached to 1st Bn, The Buffs

Father: Colonel Arthur Saxby Barham, Hole Park, Rolvernden, Kent
Mother: Annie Gertrude Barham formerly Edwards

Service record: WO/339/14067

2nd Lieut Holroyd Birkett Barker
House: No 3 1900 - 1903. Regiment: Royal Garrison Artillery.
Died: 15 August 1917 aged 31 in Greece. Died at Salonica.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: No Trace In Cwgc

Born 10th October 1886, Acocks Green Birmingham.
134th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery.
Diseembarked at Salonica on 20.8.1916
On October 1st 1916, telegram sent stating that he disembarked at Malta from Salonica suffering from Malaria.
Died of Dysentery.
Next of kin: . Tom & Marianne Birkett Barker, Lapworth Croft, Hockley Heath, Warwickshire. Father's Occupation: Engineer (Consulting).
Occupation: Solictor. Address: Exchange Buildings, New Street, Birmingham

Service Record: National Archives Ref: WO 339/50906 Medal Card

Captain Osborn Barlow
House: No 1 1898 - 1900. Regiment: South Staffordshire Regt..
Died: 17 April 1918 aged 35 in France. Died of wounds in France.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Locre Hospice Cemetery Belgium 1 C 21

Born 28th June 1883, Wolverhampton.
8th Btn Staffordshire regiment.

12.10.1917. Houthurst Wood. A bullet passed through the soft parts of left forearm between the bones. No injury to bones, vessels or nerves. The wound has healed. (8th Nov 1917).

Next of kin: H. M. Barlow (Brother), 32 Scholars Road, Balham, SW12

Ref: Service Record: WO 339/67028

Captain Bertram Leeds Thomas Barnett
House: No 5 1889 - 1892. Regiment: Army Service Corps.
Died: 18 April 1915 aged 40 in United Kingdom. Died at Aldershot.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Aldershot Military Cemetery AH 338

Date of birth: 21.6.1875
M.A. Cambridge
Appointed Captain 18.1.1915

'Suicide whilst of unsound mind'.
A newspaper account stated that he suffered from varicose veins, which had not been cured by an operation, leading to insomnia due to severe pain. He was also very worried about being able to carry out his duties. He was found hanged early on Sunday morning.
He had previously been a Medical Health Officer in Cambridge, Hong Kong and Egypt.

Grantees of Will: Rev Arthur Thomas Barnett and Harold Thomas Barnett.(Brothers of deceased).

Service Record: National Archives Ref: WO 339/19776

Captain Frederick Leycester Barwell
House: No 3 1910 - 1914. Regiment: 40 Sq. R. F. C..
Died: 29 April 1917 aged 22 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Beaumont Community WEST HEDGE

16th Bn London Regiment & RFC.

Wounded in Sep 1916.
Report of medical board 20th Sep 1916:
Service: 25 months
Disability: 'wound of knee'
'This officer is suffering from injury detaikle on form A45a attached. In addition he is suffering from exhaustion neurosis brought on by 15 months continuous & arduous active service. At Gommecourt on July 21st his battalion was wiped out, only 150 men remaining after an attack on the German trenches. He has been suffering from diarrhoea, palpitations, headaches, exhaustion, dyspepsia, & insomnia & is subject at times to attacks of nervousness.'
'The board find that this officer fell in a front line trench & sustained a slight abrasion of the knee which has now healed. He is suffering from exhaustion nervosis as detailed in a45 attached'.

Dec 30th 1916. Wound of the left knee is now completely healed.

Missing 29.4.1917. Next of Kin: A. L. Barwwell, The Tower, Ascot, Bucks.
Extract from GHQ 109s: 'Information has been received from a German message dropped into our lines that the above named officer was killed'.
Officer was shot down flying Nieuport single seater Scout A/6745 near Beaumont west of Douia.
'April 29th, about 7pm a British bi-plane engaged 5 or 6 German planes near Beaumont in the direction of Henin Lietard. The combat lasted a full half hour.'

Service Record: WO 374/4529

Lieutenant Bernard Montagu Basil Bateman MC
House: No 1 1905 - 1909. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 24 July 1915 aged 24 in United Kingdom. Died in London of wounds received in Ypres.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Golders Green Crematorium NICHE 1825

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2nd Lieut Edward Charles Vulliamy Battle
House: No 9 1909 - 1912. Regiment: Worcestershire Regt..
Died: 21 October 1914 aged 20 in France. Killed in action near Lille.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Le Touret Memorial

Biography at Bedales

Service record: WO 339/11139
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Lieutenant Hugh Beacall
House: No 6 1907 - 1912. Regiment: Shropshire Light Inf..
Died: 14 May 1915 aged 22 in France. Died of wounds near Ypres.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Boulogne East II B 39

Biography

Medal card: WO 372/2/53276

Lieutenant Roy Dixon Beall
House: No 2 1904 - 1909. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 04 June 1915 aged 25 in France. Killed in action at Neuve Chapelle.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: St Vaast Post Mil Cemetery Richebourg L'avoie I E 9

7th Battery, Royal Field Artillery

Born: Oct 21st 1890, St Margarets Twickenham
Father: Walter James Beall (Lace Agent) Manchester House, Friday Street, London
Mother: Isabel Mary Beall.
4 Siblings: Isabel, Kathleen, John, Alan

Service record: WO 339/7776

Lieutenant Cuthbert Patrick Bell
House: Sch 1912 - 1914. Regiment: Devon Regt..
Died: 23 February 1918 aged 20 in Italy. Died of wounds in Italy.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Giavera British Arcade Italy P4 ROW C GR 4

Born: March 17th 1897
Address: 6 St Pauls Rd, Preston, Paignton, Devon
Went to Park House Prep School, Devon before Malvern

9th Battalion, Devonshire Regiment.
Joined btn in the field on 22.12.1916

Next of kin: Mrs Diana Bell (Mother), Ladies Army & Navy Club, Burlington Gardens. She was a widow and lost her only child.

Service record: WO 339/41254

Lieutenant Guy Bayford Bell
House: No 4 1885 - 1892. Regiment: Machine Gun Corps.
Died: 28 April 1917 aged 43 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Arras Memorial BAY 5

5th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers

Born Nov 5th 1874, Bayford House, Rosslyn Park, Hampstead. Father: Alfred Bell (Artist in Glass). Mother: Jane Bell formerly Burlison.

Address (1916): Mount Pleasant Drake near Tenterfield, New South Wales formerly 6 Broadhurst Gardens, Hampstead, and 40 Regents Park Road
Owned 1280 acres of land at Jenny Lind County

Brother: John Clement & Otto Joseph Bell
Sisters: Edith Margaret Underwood (widow), Rosaling Bessie Larkworthy, Cecilia Florence Osmond, Aelfrida Teresa Bell (spinster)
Biography

Service record: WO 374/5494

Captain James Clifford Aveling Bell
House: Sch 1908 - 1911. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 30 May 1918 aged 24 in France. Killed in Air Raid in hospital at Doullens.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Pozieres Memorial P 70

Born July 6th 1894
Address: Hill Place, Farnham Royal, Bucks

Embarked: 10th Sept 1915
To England: 24th July 1916. Myalgia from kick by horse on July 17th 1916. He was exercising hir horse which fell when jumping a wall, rolled over, & kicked him in the back of right hip.

Embarked: 24th May 1917
Wounded: 7th Aug 1917 and 18th May 1918
Next of kin: Sir James Bell (Father), 4 Queens Gardens, Osborne Road, Windsor

Service record: WO 374/6145

Private Reginald Alfred Bell
House: No 4 1915 - 1917. Regiment: East Surrey Regt..
Died: 16 July 1919 aged 18 in United Kingdom. Accidentally killed in England.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Forest Town St Alban Churchyard Nottingham

Son of Major Otto J. Bell of 7 Palliser Court Baron's Court London and the late Sybil Ormond Bell

2nd Lieut Frank Allyn Benitz
House: No 3 1907 - 1910. Regiment: Royal Flying Corps.
Died: 05 August 1918 aged 25 in United Kingdom. Accidentally killed flying.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Gainsborough General Cemetery C 117

Biography
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2nd Lieut Vivian Wilfred Bennett
House: No 9 1910 - 1915. Regiment: Royal Engineers.
Died: 21 October 1917 aged 21 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Bard Cottage Cemetery V1 A 28

Born Oct 20th 1896, Mhow, Central India

On the 25th Sept 1916, he was buried under the bricks of a house wall knocked down by a shell and sustained an injury to his left knee

Next of Kin: Mrs Alexandra Philippa Bennett (mother), c/o Messrs Thomas Cook & Son, Bombay
Siblings: Hugh & Helen

NB: Malven College in 1919 sent details of the proposed war memorial and the roll of honour to the war office which are now in his service record file.
Biography

Service record: WO 339/55508

Lieutenant Percy Haycraft Berry
House: No 3 1903 - 1907. Regiment: Royal Army Medical Corps.
Died: 10 March 1916 aged 28 in Eygpt. Drowned in Egypt saving life.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Alexandria War Memorial Cemetery B 161

Joined the R.A.M.C. on May 1st 1915 and shortly afterwards left Aldershot for Alexandria. He was appointed to the Hospital Ship "Assaye" and was engaged in transporting the wounded from Gallipoli through the summer and autumn. Subsequently he was attached as Medical Offocer to the Berkshire Yeomanry and with them joined the Western Frontier Force of Egypt in the campaign against Senussi. In this he was completely happy and declared that he had at last found the ideal form of warfare.

The official account of his death stated:-
'On 10th March at Berrani - seeing a man drowning - plunged off rock into heavy surf with all his clothes on to rescue. Immediately a big wave broke over him and he disappeared. Body found later with large wounds, head, apparently Anti-Mortem.'
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Lieutenant Frank Robson Best
House: No 9 1908 - 1911. Regiment: North Lancashire Regt..
Died: 02 January 1916 aged 22 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Authuile Military Cemetery B 72

1/4th Btn Loyal North Lancashire Regt
Born: Feb 26th 1894. Father: Mr William Findlay Best (Hop Merchant), Altadore, Ribbleton, Preston, Lancs
Mother: Ellen Ann Best formerly Wesfall
3.5 years at Malvern OTC
Occupation: Hop Merchant
2nd Lieut on 24th Feb 1915

Service record: WO 374/6145

Captain Christopher Bethell
House: No 6 1898 - 1901. Regiment: Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry.
Died: 20 February 1916 aged 32 in France. Killed in action at Armentieres.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Cite Bonjean Armentieres 1X F 81

10th Bn. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
Mentioned in Despatches
Born: 27 Dec 1884, Poonah, Bombay, India

Address: Cambridge House, Camberwell Road, London
Applied on 15 Aug 1914
Son of Col. Edward Hugh Bethell, of 18, Hyde Park Square, London, W.2., and the late Mrs. Bethell. Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple.

Service record: WO 339/18086

Captain Arthur Rushton Bickham
House: No 2 1900 - 1902. Regiment: Royal Garrison Artillery.
Died: 15 February 1919 aged 34 in United Kingdom. Died.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Lindow St John Church Cheshire NE2 330

133rd East Cheshire Heavy Battery R.G.A.
Mentioned in Despatches
Son of George and Ellen Maud Bickham. Born at Alderley Edge, Manchester.

Address: Hill View, Alderley Edge, Cheshire formerly of 8 Great Marlborough St, Manchester
Died at Lyndhurst, Altrincham

Brother: Walter Saxon Bickham
Sister Miss Bickham, 33 Bath Lane, Newcastle on Tyne

Service record: WO 339/48261

Lieutenant Henry Francis Bingham-Stevens
House: No 3 1904 - 1907. Regiment: Royal West Kent Regt..
Died: 17 September 1915 aged 25 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Poelcapelle British Cemetery L X1 D 3

6th Bn. Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)
Son of The Rev. Canon Bingham Stevens and Mrs. Bingham Stevens, of The Beck, Wateringbury, Kent.
Service record: WO 339/11531 Geni Profile inc biography Also and war diary extract and at Keble
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Lieutenant Wilfred Stanley Bird
House: Sch 1897 - 1902. Regiment: Kings Royal Rifle Corps..
Died: 09 May 1915 aged 32 in France. Killed in action at Rue Du Bois.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Le Touret Memorial P32/33

5th Bn. attd. 2nd Bn. King's Royal Rifle CorpsDetailed Biography
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Major John Neill Black
House: No 4 1908 - 1913. Regiment: Somerset Light Inf..
Died: 09 April 1917 aged 23 in France. Killed in action at Wancourt.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Tigris Lane Wancourt 1E 12

6th Bn. Somerset Light Infantry
Mentioned in Despatches
Born: June 13th 1894. Son of William Neill Black and May Gordon Black, of Olleworth Park, Wotton-under-Edge, Glos
University of Cambridge

Address: Otter head, Taunton Somerset

Service record: WO 339/12710
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Captain Gordon Home Blackader
House: Sch 1900 - 1901. Regiment: Canadian Inf..
Died: 10 August 1916 aged 31 in Canada. Died of wounds near Zillebeke.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Montreal Mount Royal

42nd Bn. Canadian Infantry

Son of Mrs A.D. Blackader of 236, Mountain Street, Montreal. Husband of Kathleen Blackader, of 242, Sherbrooke Street, West Montreal
Canadian virtual war memorial
Biography at dictionary of architects in Canada

2nd Lieut Patrick Edward Adam Blair
House: No 5 1907 - 1911. Regiment: Black Watch.
Died: 29 October 1914 aged 21 in Belgium. Killed in action near Gheluvelt.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 37

1st Bn. Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)
Son of Lt. Col. A. S. Blair, C.M.G., T.D., and Mrs. Elinor W. Blair, of 36, India St., Edinburgh. Educated at Edinburgh Academy, Malvern College and R.M.A., Woolwich
Picture and short biography
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Officer Cadet Edward Silvester Blake
House: Day 1910 - 1914. Regiment: O. T. C..
Died: 09 March 1916 aged 20 in United Kingdom. Died in London.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Died In London No Further Details

Captain George Penderell Blake
House: No 7 1893 - 1898. Regiment: Welch Fusiliers.
Died: 21 July 1916 aged 37 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: A. I. F. Burial Ground, Flers XV F 26

10th Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers
Son of George Farncombe Blake and Mary Elizabeth Blake, of King's Heath, Birmingham
Biography
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Captain James Robert Blake
House: Day 1909 - 1911. Regiment: Worcestershire Regt..
Died: 25 March 1918 aged 25 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Arras Memorial BAY 6

8th Bn. attd. 14th Bn. Worcestershire Regiment
Twice Mentioned in Despatches
Born 21st October 1893, Manor House, Wilnscote, Warwick

Address: The Lees, Malvern
Occupation: Architect

6 Jan 1915. Corporal James Robert Blake to be Second Lieutenant.

13.9.1916 Medical Board: 'He has been in France for 17 months. He contracted measles on 13/8/16 and this was followed by laryngitis and pneumonia. He was admitted to hospital on 7/9/16.'

Sister: Beatrice Elizabeth Blake
Bretforton Vicarage, Honeybourne, Worcestershire

Son of James Edward Huxley Blake and Beatrice Harriet Blake (formerly Milward), of 4, College Yard, Worcester

Missing at Courcelette.
Nnwfhs rememberthefallen

Service Record: WO 374/7021

Captain Norman Pilkington Blake
House: No 2 1905 - 1908. Regiment: East Yorkshire Regt..
Died: 14 July 1916 aged 26 in France. Killed in action at Longueval.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Quarry Mem. Montauban 111. D 6

8th Bn. East Yorkshire Regiment
Born 13 March 1890. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Eustace Blake

Experience: Ceylon Platers Rifle Corps & Malvern College Cadet Corps
Became a Tea Planter in Ceylon and came home to join in the early days of the War.

Mother: Mrs Blake, Groton House, Boxford, Suffolk and Hillside Cottage, Steeple Aston, Oxon and Fairlawn, Maskeliya, Ceylon
Somme roll-of-honour

Service record: WO 339/40971

Major Richard Bolster
House: No 1 1898 - 1900. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 15 July 1917 aged 34 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Ecoivres Mont St Eloi V1 J 12

124th Bty. 28th Bde. Royal Field Artillery
M C
Son of Inspector General T. C. Bolster, R.N., and Mrs. Bolster; husband of Mary C. Bolster, of "Woodlands," Meopham, Kent.
Invisionzone

2nd Lieut Harry Wittenbury Bone
House: No 1 1911 - 1913. Regiment: South Staffordshire Regt..
Died: 25 September 1915 aged 19 in France. Killed in action at Loos.
Battle: Battle of Loos. Cemetery: Loos Memorial P 73-76

1st Bn. South Staffordshire Regiment
Born 10th June 1896, Tamworth, The Common, Mitcham, Surrey
Son of Henry Peters Bone (Member of the stock exchange) and Lilian Maude Bone formerly Watney, of 5, Hamilton Mansions, Hove, Sussex.
Brother: Cyril Bone (age 11)

Service record: WO 339/42473

Captain Noel Charles Boosey
House: No 5 1905 - 1910. Regiment: The Queens Regt..
Died: 22 July 1915 aged 24 in France. Died of wounds.
Battle: Battle of Loos. Cemetery: Chocques Mil Cemetery 1 B 19

22nd Bn. London Regiment
Born: 8th November 1891 at 2 Hayes Lane, Bromley, Kent
Son of Arthur Boosey (Music Publisher) and Lucy Ashton Boosey formerly Whitehead, of "The Cedars," Bromley Common, Bromley, Kent.
2 brothers and 2 sisters.

Became 2nd Lieutenant on 15th March 1913.

Brother: Captain N. W. Boosey 22nd London Regiment was handed the personal possessions.

Service record: WO 374/7603

2nd Lieut Hugh William Bostock
House: No 2 1901 - 1903. Regiment: South Staffordshire Regt..
Died: 12 July 1915 aged 29 in France. Killed in action at Wulverghem.
Battle: Battle of Loos. Cemetery: St Quentin Cabaret Cemetery 1 E 14

6th Bn. South Staffordshire Regiment
Born 20th June 1886 in Castres, St. Lucia, West Indies. Son of Mr. John Henry and Mrs. Caroline Sophia Bostock.

Killed by by a shell, on Hill 60, Ypres. 'He was found, notebook in hand, and pipe in his mouth.'
Biography at bostock.net

2nd Lieut William Carroll Bower
House: No 6 1910 - 1914. Regiment: Royal Lancaster Regt..
Died: 09 August 1916 aged 20 in Belgium. Died in France.
Battle: Battle of Loos. Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery 1X A 15

1st Bn. King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment)
Born July 8th 1896, Langton Lodge, Hendon, Middlesex. Son of William Bower (Bachelor of Medicine) and Edith Corinna Bower formerly Carroll, late of Hendon, Middx and Clywd Hall, Ruthin and 'Coed Mawr', Holywell, Flintshire

Went to Cambridge University and then to the Royal Military College, January 1915
Died from appendicitis.

Service record: WO 339/56299

Lieutenant David Erskine Boyle
House: No 2 1903 - 1908. Regiment: Lancashire Fusiliers.
Died: 26 August 1914 aged 25 in France. Killed in action at Cambrai.
Battle: Battle of Le Cateau. Cemetery: La Ferte Sous Jouarre

2nd Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers
Son of the late Rear-Admiral Robert Hornby Boyle.
'Killed in the act of summoning aid for a fellow officer who had just been wounded. He was buried by his own men close to where he fell.'Biography IWM

2nd Lieut Guy Bracher
House: No 3 1903 - 1907. Regiment: East Kent Regt. (The Buffs).
Died: 03 July 1916 aged 27 in France. Killed in action near Albert.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Aveluy Communal Extension F 42

6th Bn. The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)
Born 27th October 1889 at 2 Church Road, Ashford. Son of Henry James Bracher (Solicitor) and Marian Alexandra Bracher formerly Neale, of Church House, West Malling, Kent, and of Clock House, Lunton, Kent, and 33 Earl Street, Maidstone.

Occupation: Solicitor
Corporal of D Coy, 19th Batt, Royal Fusiliers from 2nd Sept 1914 to 15th May 1915
Biography
Service record: WO 339/3610

Corporal Alwyn Bramley-Moore
House: No 6 1893 - 1895. Regiment: Canadian Inf..
Died: 04 April 1916 aged 38 in France. Died of wounds.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Boulogne East V111 D 91

Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Eastern Ontario Regiment)
Son of the Rev. William Bramley-Moore; husband of Nellie Bramley Moore, of 10729, 98th Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta. Born in London, England.

He was a polictician in Alberta Canada and wrote about the exploitation of Alberta by eastern Canada.

He was shot by a German sniper in March 1916 and died in hospital in April 1916.
Biography
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Captain George Clark Briggs
House: No 3 1893 - 1896. Regiment: Royal Scots Fusliers.
Died: 14 September 1914 aged 36 in France. Killed in action at Vailly-sur-Aisne.
Battle: First Battle of the Aisne. Cemetery: Vailly British 111 A 26

1st Bn. Royal Scots Fusiliers
Mentioned in Despatches
Only son of Francis Briggs, of Huntington, Haddington, East Lothian

Went to Clare College, Cambridge in 1896.
Served in the Boer War.

Book: Alumni Cantabrigienses: A Biographical List of All Known Students ..., Volume 2

Captain Charles Norman Brockbank
House: Sch 1899 - 1901. Regiment: Liverpool Regt..
Died: 01 July 1916 aged 32 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Dantzig Alley Brit Cemetery Mametz V U 8

18th Bn. The King's (Liverpool Regiment)
Son of Marion Annie Brockbank, of "Ulverscroft," 19, Adelaide Terrace, Waterloo, Liverpool, and the late R. M. Henry Brockbank.

Became a partner in his father's firm of African produce merchants.

He enlisted in 1914, became a Captain in March 1916, and was in command of 1 Company, 18th Battalion.

On the first day of the Battle of the Somme, he led his men into action. He was shot twice by a machine gun and died. It was his 32nd birthday.
After being hit, he refused to seek shelter and asked to remain in the open so that he could continue to cheer on his men.
He was heard shouting "go on, number one" - a memory that stayed with the men of his company.
Biography
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Captain Thomas Pownall Brocklehurst
House: Sch 1900 - 1904. Regiment: Royal West Surrey Regt..
Died: 01 July 1916 aged 30 in France. Killed in action at the Somme.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Dantzig Alley Brit Cemetery Mametz Z D 9

2nd Bn. The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment)
Son of Edward and Katharine L. Brocklehurst, of Kinnersley Manor, Reigate, Surrey.

Occupation: Solicitor

Joined the 28th Btn London Regiment as a Private and embarked to France on 24th October 1914. Left on 25th May 1915 to be a 2nd Lieut posted to 2nd Bn Royal West Surrey Rgt.
Promoted to Captain on 20th August 1915.
Wounded in action on 25th September 1915. Sustained a shell wound of the right buttock, the fragment still remaining. An unsuccessful attempt was made at removal on October 5th 1915.

Rejoined Btn in the Field on 15th February 1916

Killed near Mametz.
Buried on the on the Mametx-Montarcon Road, 1/2 mile N E of Mametz and 2 miles North West of Mancourt.
Biography

Service record: WO 339/804

Major Harry Hickman Bromfield
House: Sch 1885 - 1888. Regiment: Welsh Guards.
Died: 10 September 1916 aged 47 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial P 7 D

Prince of Wales's Coy., 1st Bn. Welsh Guards
D S O
Son of the late Henry and Mary Elizabeth Bromfield; husband of Ethel Philippa Bromfield. Served in the South African War.

Chief Constable of Radnorshire

Leaves a widow and a son.
Biography
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Lieutenant Charles Joseph Pearson Brooke
House: No 7 1911 - 1914. Regiment: Wiltshire Regt..
Died: 03 September 1916 aged 19 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial P 13A

1st Bn Wiltshire Regiment
Son of Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Morris Mitchelson Brooke and May Brooke, London House, Dawlish, South Devon
Father was at Lucknow, India at time of son's death.

' Lt Brooke was my platoon oficer; he was a tall fair fellow and he only joined a week before we went over the top, at Bouzincourt. We went over at Leipzic Salient in the morning and he was hit by a machine gun just after we got over the top, no more than three yards from me. He fell and lay quite still and I took him to be dead. We went on and took the German trench and have held it ever since. We were relieved that evening. The wounded were picked up, but not the dead. Mr Brooke was a very good officer'. (Informant F Salmon B Coy, Sept 10th 1916).
'He was hit in the lower part of his abdomen. He fell on his back and did not speak or move, and there was blood on his clothes. We were not allowed to halt for anything, but I and another man dragged him into a shell-hole for safety. I saw no more of this officer. (Testimony of Pte Salmon).

'Brooke was killed between the lines near Thiepval' (Testimony of Pte Westcott).

Service record: WO 339/45922

2nd Lieut Crawford Charles Brouncker
House: No 7 1912 - 1915. Regiment: 211 Sq. R. A. F..
Died: 04 November 1918 aged 20 in France. Killed over German lines.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Arras Flying Services Memorial

211th Sqdn. Royal Air Force
Born: May 28th 1898, Hither Green. Son of Herbert A. J. Brouncker (Insurance Broker) and Alice Mabel Brouncker, of The Elms, Parkside, Eltham, London.

Service record: WO 339/124287

Lieutenant Philip Antony Brown
House: No 6 1900 - 1905. Regiment: Durham Light Inf..
Died: 04 November 1915 aged 29 in France. Died of wounds near Armentieres.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Ration Farm Armentieres

13th Bn. Durham Light Infantry
Born: 27-Jan-1886. Son of Anthony and Jane Chalmers Brown, of "Broomhill," Southend Rd., Beckenham, Kent.

History scholar, New College, Oxford.
Lectured at the London School of Economics, and then became a Lecturer in economics at Durham University.
Author of ‘The Influence of the French Revolution on English History’.

'He was wounded whilst engaged in observation in front of the trenches at Armentieres, and was rescued under circumstances of great heroism by Private Kenny, his observer, and by Captain White with a party of men. Private (later Sergeant) Kenny was awarded the VC and Captain White the MC.
Lieutenant Brown died of his wounds before he reached the dressing station.'
Biography
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Captain Stanley Forrester Browning
House: Sch 1910 - 1914. Regiment: 41 Sq. R. F. C..
Died: 03 May 1917 aged 21 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial LX111 D 5

41st Sqdn. Royal Flying Corps
Born 22nd April 1896. Son of Bertram and Kathleen Browning, of "Rutleigh," 46, Furze Lane, Purley, Surrey.

He was attacked by a number of German Jastas while on patrol and was killed in an FE8 (A4873).
Biography
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Major Robert Hall Brutton
House: No 2 1878 - 1881. Regiment: Somerset Light Inf..
Died: 15 January 1916 aged 54 in India. Died on active service in India.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Kirkee 1914-18 Memorial India F 4

1st/5th Bn. Somerset Light Infantry
T D (Territorial Decoration)
Son of Joseph and Elizabeth L. Brutton, of Yeovil, Somerset.

Worked in Father's brewery as 'Maltster, Brewer & Wine Merchant' .

He was hospitalised with malaria and died at Ambala Station Hospital.
Biography
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Lieutenant Robert Edward Bull
House: Sch 1909 - 1913. Regiment: Ox & Bucks Light Inf..
Died: 16 May 1915 aged 21 in France. Killed in action near La Bassee.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Le Touret Memorial P 26

2nd Bn. Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry
Son of the late Herbert Edward Bull (Brewer) and of Mabel Bull (formerly Bristow), of Castle House, Buckingham.

Service record: WO 339/22611

2nd Lieut Gervas Frederick Bullock
House: Sch 1895 - 1900. Regiment: South Wales Borderers.
Died: 31 July 1917 aged 35 in Belgium. Killed in action at Pilkem Ridge.
Battle: Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele). Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 22

11th Bn. South Wales Borderers

Captain Robert Stanley Bullock
House: No 6 1902 - 1907. Regiment: 27th Punjabis Inf. (I. A.).
Died: 17 April 1916 aged 27 in India. Killed in action at Beit Aiessa.
Battle: Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele). Cemetery: Basra Memorial P 54

Captain 27th Punjabis. Fell in action in Mesopotamia.
Elder son of Frederick Shore Bullock (Indian Civil Service) and Alexandrina Margaret Bullock.
Gravestone memorial at Brompton Cemetery
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2nd Lieut John Heywood Burgoyne
House: No 9 1911 - 1915. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 31 October 1916 aged 19 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Aveluy Communal Extension L 46

88th Bde. Royal Field Artillery
Born September 25th 1897
Address Wellers, Ashington, Sussex
Next of kin: Lorna Heywood Burgoyne (sister) and Miss B Morgan (Aunt-Guardian), Wellers, Ashington, Sussex

Service Record: WO 339/49394

2nd Lieut Edward William Burke
House: No 2 1911 - 1915. Regiment: 70 Sq. R. F. C..
Died: 14 September 1916 aged 19 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Gezaincourt Communal Extension 1 E 12

70th Sqdn. Royal Flying Corps and 6th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
Only Son of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Burke, of Cloonee, Ballinrobe, Co. Mayo
He entered Sandhurst in May, 1915, and received his commission in November, 1915.

Sisters: Rose (age 12) & Olivia (age 8) in 1916.
Biography

Service Record: WO 339/54935

Lieutenant Richard Eldon Bush
House: No 1 1906 - 1909. Regiment: Royal Naval Air Service.
Died: 24 April 1917 aged 26 in United Kingdom. Accidentally killed.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Keynsham Cemetery Bristol PINK D 712

Royal Naval Air Service
Born: January 1st 1891. Son of Philip Wathen Bush and Maria Louisa Bush, of The Old Manor House, Keynsham Bristol.

Gained Aviators Certificate on 20 August 1915 at Royal Naval Flying School, Eastchurch. He was one of the first airmen to be based at Fishguard Naval Air Station RNAS, and on his first flight there took off in a Sopwith Baby seaplane, N1033, which had been fitted with a new engine, on the morning of 22 April 1917 on a test flight, carrying a full load of bombs, but the seaplane failed to gain height at take off and struck power cables, which sent it crashing into the cliff face. Two 16 pound bombs exploded. Pilot was Badly Burnt.
Biography at Canada at war RAF Museum Final Flights
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Captain Francis Thomas Darrel Cade
House: No 9 1909 - 1914. Regiment: Hampshire Regt..
Died: 06 September 1916 aged 22 in France. Killed in action at Ginchy on the Somme.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial P 7/

11th Bn. Hampshire Regiment
Born October 8th 1894
Son of Sidney Edward Percy and Ethel Cade, of Titchfield, Fareham, Hants.
Matriculated from University of London in 1913

Service Record: WO 339/19679

2nd Lieut Ronald Hugh Carden
House: No 3 1908 - 1912. Regiment: Wiltshire Regt..
Died: 14 March 1915 aged 21 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Le Touret Memorial P47

Special List attd. 2nd Bn. Wiltshire Regiment
Born 3rd April 1894. Son of Charles Hugh and Emily Carden, of Newnham Lodge, Royston Park Rd., Hatch End, Middlesex, and 28 Onslow Gardens, Muswell Hill

At Malvern, he was head of House No 3, won football and cricket house colours, and was in senior swimming team.

In December 1914, he was gazetted to the Special List as 2nd Lieutenant, and was placed in charge of the machine-gun section of the 2nd Battalion, Wiltshire Regiment.

Killed at the battle of Neuve Chapelle
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2nd Lieut Arthur John Edward Carey
House: No 1 1909 - 1914. Regiment: Gordon Highlanders.
Died: 22 August 1917 aged 22 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial P 135-136

3rd Bn. attd. 8th/10th Bn. Gordon Highlanders
Born: May 5th 1896 in the Federal Malay State (now Singapore)
Son of Helen Carey, of Springvale, Whitchurch, Oxon., and the late Edward Valentine Carey.
Biography

Captain Edward Maurice Carter
House: No 7 1910 - 1912. Regiment: 11th Lancers (I. A.).
Died: 11 August 1920 aged 24 in Iraq. Treacherously killed at Tel Afar, Mesopotamia.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Baghdad North XV111 L 8

11th King Edward's Own Lancers (Probyn's Horse)
Son of the Rev. George Charles Carter, of The Rectory, Bartlow, Cambs.

He was killed during the rising at Tal Afar in northern Iraq after that place was included in Iraq. Tal Afar was used as a base of operations for a planned revolt against the then ruling British.
Biography

2nd Lieut Ronald William St. George Cartwright
House: No 9 1908 - 1910. Regiment: 16 Sq. R. A. F..
Died: 26 February 1918 aged 24 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension V1 J B

16th Sqdn. Royal Flying Corps and General List
Born 29 March 1894. Son of ArthurCartwright (H.M. Inspector of Schools in Worcestershire) and Ellen Mabel Cartwright, of Rothbury, Hay, Hereford

Service Record: AIR 79/745/82127 and AIR 76/79/36
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2nd Lieut Hugh Lancelot Cass
House: No 2 1904 - 1909. Regiment: South Wales Borderers.
Died: 19 June 1915 aged 24 in Turkey. Killed in action at Dardanelles.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Twelve Tree Copse, Dardenelles

2nd Bn. South Wales Borderers
Medal card: WO 372/4/47955

2nd Lieut Arthur Ardagh Cassidy
House: No 3 1904 - 1907. Regiment: South African Inf..
Died: 19 July 1917 aged 27 in Africa. Killed in action at Narlingombi, G.E.A..
Battle: East African Campaign. Cemetery: Dar-Es Salaam

8th Regt. South African Infantry formerly Transvaal Scottish, S.A. Forces
Son of Marie Emily Cassidy, of Johannesburg, and the late Arthur Ardagh Cassidy.
Commissioned Aug., 1915. Twice previously wounded.

Captain John Charles Ashford Caunter
House: No 7 1912 - 1914. Regiment: 60 Sq. R. F. C..
Died: 28 October 1917 aged 20 in Belgium. Killed in action near Passchendale.
Battle: Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele). Cemetery: Arras Flying Services Memorial

60th Sqdn. Royal Flying Corps and Welsh Regiment
Son of Brig. Gen. J. E. Caunter, C.B., C.B.E., and Mrs. Caunter, of "Elm Bank", St. Mary Church, Devon.
Address: 26 Nicholas Street, Chester.

Joined 1st Btn Welch Regiment in the field on 8/10/15
Disembarked at Salonica via Marseilled & Alexandria on 27/11/15
Embarked for Egypt on transfer to RFC at Salonica on 26/11/16
Killed in action on Passchendaele Ridge

Service record: WO 339/3550
Biography

CSM Lancelot Phillip Charles
House: No 6 1910 - 1913. Regiment: Honourable Artillery Company.
Died: 14 November 1916 aged 20 in France. Died of wounds.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Varennes I E 40

1st Bn. Honourable Artillery Company
Son of Frederick and Julie Charles, of 153, High St., Waltham Cross, Herts.

2nd Lieut Ambrose Childs Clarke
House: No 2 1910 - 1914. Regiment: Leicestershire Regt..
Died: 09 May 1915 aged 19 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Packhorse Farm West Vlaanderen F 1

1st/4th Bn. Leicestershire Regiment

'His last thought was for others, for when his trench came under fire , he refused to take shelter until he had seen all his men were under cover. He had just got the last man to a place of safety when he was killed… He was gazetted 2nd Lieutenant last August at the age of 17. His keenness and capability had already won him the reputation of being one of the most promising young officers in the regiment.’ (The Malvernian)
Biography

2nd Lieut Charles St Aubyn Clarke
House: Sch 1912 - 1914. Regiment: Indian Army.
Died: 30 July 1918 aged 20 in India. Died at Agra.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Agra

Born May 29th 1898, Wentworth, Yorkshire
Father: Robert William Clarke (Mining and Civil Engineer in India, and in 1916 T.C.O Staff Captain in France)
Mother: Mrs R W Clarke, Tembrani, Redcliffe Road, Paignton, S. Devon
Occupation: Engineer's apprentice at Vickers Ltd, Sheffield

He was commissioned in August 1915 in the service of the Inns of Court Officer Training Corps.
In February 1917 he was in the Machine Gun Corps. He fought in the First World War between July 1917 and October 1917, in France, and then transferred to the 74th Punjabis in November 1917 in the Indian Army.

He died at Station Hospital, Agra, Bengal, India, from endocarditis.
Ref the Peerage

Sevice Record: WO 339/76041 Machine Gun Corps

Private Maurice Tredway Clarke
House: No 7 1896 - 1897. Regiment: Canadian Inf..
Died: 23 April 1915 aged 32 in Belgium. Died of wounds at Ypres.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Vlamertinghe New Mil Cemetery 1 F 16

10th Bn. Canadian Infantry
Born: March 22nd 1884. Son of Tredway Sydenham Clarke and Constance Clarke, of Eagle Butte, Alberta.

He went to Cambridge and won an open Classical Exhibition at St Catherine's College.

Went to Canada in 1905 and took up land near Eagle Butte , Medicine Hat , Alberta -Rancher
In 1910 he obtained an appointment under the Dominion Forestry Department which he held until september 1913
Biography Ypres-salient Canadian great war project Eastbourne College

Captain Robert Shuttleworth Clarke
House: Sch 1903 - 1909. Regiment: Shropshire Light Inf..
Died: 25 September 1915 aged 25 in Belgium. Died of wounds near Hooge.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 47/49

D Coy, 5th Bn. King's Shropshire Light Infantry.
Born 22nd April 1890, Ross, Herefordshire
Son of the Rev. William Shuttleworth Clarke, M.A., Vicar of Marstow, Ross, Herefordshire, and Maria Brandram,

He went to St. John’s College, Cambridg where he was noted for athletics, coming 2nd in the mile and winning the 3 miles in 1912.

Occupation — Master at Golden Parsonage Preparatory Schol, Hemel Hempstead.

He volunteered in 1914 and was killed near Hooge.
L/Corpl. C. Kelcowyn wrote, “On September 25 we were ordered to take two lines of trenches; we advanced about dawn and captured the first line. Just then I was struck by a bursting shell. Captain Clarke was struck by the same shell. He was hit in several places. We crawled into the communication trench and lay there. Captain Clarke had his flask with him and he gave me some drink from it. He said, ‘Cheer up, lad,’ and I think he died from loss of blood.” And Sergt. F. Langford, “From the men who came out of the charge on 25 September and were near him at the time I know how magnificently he fought, he died a hero. This is how his memory is revered in this battalion.”

Service record: WO 339/19681

Unit War Diary: WO-95-1902-1
Memorial Baroque tablet on the South wall of St Matthew, Marstow


Biography: Menin Gate North: In Memory and In Mourning By Paul Chapman <

Sub Lieutenant William Andrews St Aubyn Clarke
House: Sch 1911 - 1914. Regiment: Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve.
Died: 30 December 1917 aged 20 in France. Killed in action at Cambrai.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Flesquieres Hill V C 16

190th Machine Gun Coy. R.N. Div. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
Born in Coonoor India in 1897 to Captain Robert William Clarke Royal Engineers and Dorothy Ann St Aubyn late of Thurcroft Hall .

Joined the Public School Battalion of the Royal Naval Division in May 1915 obtaining a commission in the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve as sub-lieutenant in the following November in 63rd Royal Naval Division 190th Brigade Machine Gun Corps.

He was killed on 30th December 1917 at the battle of Cambrai.

His commanding officer wrote to his mother - "I cannot tell you how it grieves me to inform you of the death of your son beside his guns, fighting the enemy to the last. Your son has served under me for a considerable time, and I always admired him for his strength of will and capabilities. A naturally shy, reserved officer he was popular with us all, and we shall all miss him terribly. I believe he died in a very gallant manner".
Biography
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2nd Lieut John Osborne Price Clarkson
House: No 6 1910 - 1914. Regiment: 13th Hussars.
Died: 10 March 1917 aged 22 in Iraq. Killed in action.
Battle: British capture Baghdad. Cemetery: Basra Memorial P 1

13th Hussars
Born 30th October 1895, Nasik, Bombay
Father: John Wilkins Clarkson (Lt Colonel Indian Army)
Mother: Mrs. Eva M. L. Clarkson, The Hut, Esher (widow)

Address: Westbourne, Lee on Solent, Hants
Joined Regt in France on 25th October 1915 via Southampton and Rouen.
On 27th June 1916, embarked at Marseilles and disembarked at Basrah on 26th July 1916.
Killed in action is Mesopotamia
Service record: WO 339/23625

NB the 13th Hussars were involved with the capture of Baghdad in March 1917, so it seems the memorial book inscription ' of 'Killed in action at the Somme' is a mistake.Ref
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Captain Frank Cecil Clegg
House: Sch 1902 - 1907. Regiment: Border Regt..
Died: 22 August 1915 aged 27 in Turkey. Killed in action in Gallipoli.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Helles Memorial P 119-125

6th Bn. Border Regiment
Born: 15 Feb 1888, Shire House
Son of Calder Hurst Clegg (Cotton Manufacturer) of Shire House, Littleborough, Lancs and Kendal, Westmorland.
Mother: Mary Ann Clegg formerly Thompson
Brother: Edmund Berwick Clegg
Address: Hawes Mead, Kendal

Killed in action at Gallipoli
Service record: WO 339/11511

Captain Ronald Malcolm Clerk
House: Sch 1900 - 1901. Regiment: Royal Lancaster Regt..
Died: 09 April 1917 aged 32 in France. Killed in action at Arras.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Faubourg D'amiens, Arras V11 G 15

King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment) attd. 6th Bn. The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment)
Born: 28th October 1885 in Paddington, London
Son of J. Somervail Clerk and Dora Somervail Clerk (nee Carew), of Foresters, Windlesham, Surrey.

BA at Merton College, Oxford in 1908.
Assistant Master at Windlesham School.

He was killed at Arras whilst leading his company into action.
His Commanding Officer wrote to his parents:
"Your son was killed on the morning of 9th April to the lasting sorrow of his many friends here. His death was almost instantaneous… His loss will be felt by us all… He played the game until the last dying at the head of his company."
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2nd Lieut Carleton Lumley St. Clair Clery
House: No 3 1910 - 1913. Regiment: Liverpool Regt..
Died: 12 March 1915 aged 20 in France. Killed in action at Richebourg.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Richebourg Le Touret Richebourg-St. Vaast Churchyard Mem.

Son of Maj. Gen. Carleton B. L. Clery and Mrs. Jessie Violet Clery.

From the Battalion War Diary:
'On 11 March, 1915, at about 8pm, 4 King’s (Liverpool) Regt left Vieille Chapelle and made their way to Richebourg St Vaaste where they billeted at about midnight. The Battalion was shelled heavily by the Germans the following day which resulted in the following casualties: 2nd Lt Carleton Lumley St Clair Clery (Unattached List Indian Army attd 4 KLR) killed, 2nd Lt Thomas Guy Pocock wounded, 2 other ranks were killed and 13 wounded.' Ref
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Major Robert Henry Collyns MC
House: No 2 1908 - 1910. Regiment: Royal Engineers.
Died: 01 June 1918 aged 24 in France. Died of wounds at Jon Chery.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Terlincthun Brit Mil Wimille A C 7

97th Field Coy. Royal Engineers
M C & Chevalier Legion D'Honneur (France).
Born: August 7th 1894. Son of Robert John and Eleanor Maud Collyns, of Bilboa, Dulverton, Somerset.
Address: 8 Richmond Hill, Clifton, Bristol

May 27th 1918 Chalons le Verguer. The sections and attached infantry, commanded by Capt R H Collyns RE left under orders to report to 110th Inf Bde and thereafter came under the orders of the 64th Inf Bde and were detailed to act with 15th DLI in holding the line of the light railwat west of Cauroy.

May 29th 1918 Capt R H Collyns RE severely wounded holding main line of Railway at Muizon on the Vesle River.

Died of wounds received in action on May 29th 1918.
Memorial in Dulverton Church.

Service Record: WO 339/109012
Medal Card: WO 372/4/217557
Unit War Diary: WO 95/2144/1

Lieutenant George Burton Cook
House: No 6 1909 - 1911. Regiment: 20th Hussars.
Died: 23 March 1918 aged 24 in France. Killed in action at Jussy.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: St Souplet 1 H 19

20th Hussars
Son of Arthur Burton Cook and Alice Anne Cook, of "Sunlea," Sheringham, Norfolk.

Unit War Diary 20 Hussars: WO 95/1140/2

Lieutenant Colonel George Trevor Roper Cook
House: No 5 1892 - 1895. Regiment: 20th Hussars.
Died: 26 March 1918 aged 41 in France. Killed in action at Dives.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Pozieres Memorial P 6

C M G, D S O, Twice Mentioned in Despatches
Son of George Ward Cook, of Hoylake; husband of Alice Cook (nee Dorman), of The Dower House, Quatt, Bridgnorth, Salop. Served in the South African Campaign.

In March 1918 during the German Spring Offensive, two mixed cavalry regiments were commanded by Lieutenant-Colonel Cook, called Cook's Detachment. They acted as a relief force, and were ordered on 26th March 1918 to mount up and ride to Cattigny to help the French who retired. The Germans surrounded the detachment and overwhelmed them. George Cook was killed in the fighting and his body was never identified.
Biography at British Empire site

Unit War Diary 20 Hussars: WO 95/1140/2

Captain Alan Welldon Cooke
House: - 1912 - 1914. Regiment: Durham Light Inf..
Died: 25 March 1918 aged in France. -.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Pozieres Memorial

22nd Bn. Durham Light Infantry
Born: 15th Oct 1886
Father: Rev Alfred Hands Cooke
Address: Aldenham School, Elstree and Clydesdal, Priory Rd, Malvern
Left W Beach, Cape Helles, Gallipoli on August 7th 1915, and was in hospital in Alexandria from August 10th to November 1st suffering from a gunshot wound in the foot, followed by gastritis, and general debility.

The battalion entrained at Poperinghe near Ypres on the 22nd March 1918 for the Somme.
At 6.45pm on the 24th March they were 500 yards west of Potte Wood and across the Pertain-Morchain road.
At 9am on the 25th March, the enemy attacked in strength and it was found necesary to withdraw owing to own flanks being isolated, and a line was taken on the NE of Pertain which after being held for about an hour, again with flanks in the air, it was decided to retire on to Omiecourt. The position was taken up about 12 noon and held until orders were issued for the Bn to withdraw at 4pm to Chaulnes Rioge NE of Chaulnes.
Estimated casualties: 14 officers and 400 Other Ranks.

Killed in action near Monchy in France.

Service Record: WO 339/2039
Medal Card: WO 372/4/245708
Unit War Diary 22 Battalion Durham Light Infantry:WO 95/1702/1

2nd Lieut Charles Ernest Cooke
House: No 2 1899 - 1902. Regiment: Royal Irish Fusiliers.
Died: 01 May 1915 aged 31 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 42

3rd Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers
Mentioned in Despatches
Son of Alexander and E. J. Cooke, of Nottinghill House, Belfast.

Prior to 1914 he served with the South African Police and was assisting as Adjutant in the Ulster Volunteer Force upon the outbreak of war. He was killed in action, near Ypres, on 26 May 1915
Ref: IWM Bond of Sacrifice
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2nd Lieut Arthur Miles Gilpin Cooper
House: No 7 1900 - 1902. Regiment: Royal Berks' Regt..
Died: 23 October 1916 aged 31 in United Kingdom. Died.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Hollybush Memorial Southampton P 104

12th Bn. Royal Berkshire Regiment
Born 24th Sept 1885, Sevenoaks, Kent
Permanent Address: Gravel Hill, Boxmoor, Herts
Address for Correspondence: A Battery, 85th Brigade RFA, Colchester
Occupation: Farmer
Received commission in Royal Field Artillery

Service Record: WO 339/23383

Captain William Dermot Cooper
House: No 8 1901 - 1904. Regiment: Ayrshire Yeomanry.
Died: 30 August 1917 aged 30 in Gaza. Killed in action in Palestine.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Gaza War Cemetery XXX1 A 11

Mentioned in Despatches
Son of Alexander Hill Cooper, W.S., of 54, Manor Place, Edinburgh, and West Glenturret, Crief.

'Mobilised in August 1914. Lieutenant in Ayrshire Yeomanry, and
later attached to Royal Scots Fusiliers. Served in Gallipoli from
September 1915 till evacuation, and afterwards in Egypt and Palestine.
Wounded in advance to Palestine and killed in action near Gaza on
30th August 1917. Promoted Captain. Mentioned in Dispatches.'
Ref: National Library of Scotland

Killed in action 'G. S. W. Chest'

Service record: WO 374/15421
Medal card: WO 372/5/16490

2nd Lieut George Frederick Francis Corbet
House: No 4 1912 - 1914. Regiment: Welch Regt..
Died: 29 January 1916 aged 19 in United Kingdom. Died of wounds.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Brookwood Cemetery London 2177036

Born: 20th May 1896, 27 Longridge Road, Brompton, Kensington
Father: The Hon Frederick Hugh Mackenzie Corbet (Barrister, Honorary Executive Officer for Ceylon at the Imperial Institue in 1896, Advocate General of Madras in 1914), College Bridge House, Egmore, Madras
Mother: Eila Louise Mary Corbet formerly Campbell
Brother: Reginald Vincent Corbet who was also at Malvern and was killed in action.
Sister: Constance Eila Corbet
Education: King's College School Wimbledon 1909-1912, Malvern College 1912-1914
Address: 4 College Grounds, Gt Malvern in 1912, The Newton Hotel, Newton Porthcawl, Glamorgan at time of probate.

Died at 2.45am on 25th January 1916 at Lady Ridley's Hospital, 10 Carlton House Terrace where he had been since June 10th 1915 after prevously being in No 7 Stationary Hospital, Boulogne, as a result of wounds received in action from a shell wound in the neck on May 7th 1915 at Ypres.

From 1st Welsh Regiment War diary:
7th May 1915, Ypres. Arrived GHQ line in support 4am & stood to as heavy firing heard. Shelled at intervas all day.
At 10pm 'A' Coy sent out to dig & hold trench on left of NF.
8th May . Strong German attack on our trenches. Left & centre of 83rd Bde broken by concentrated shell fire, leaving right of 84th Bde exposed. Germans forced a way in & worked up 84th Bde by enfilade fire assisted by heavy bombardment in front. Bn occupied GHQ line
9th May In GHQ lines. Very heavy shelling 3-5pm but very few casualties.

The dedication on the book 'Tell England' by Ernest Raymond reads as follows:
'To the Memory of Reginald Vincent Campbell Corbet who fell, while a boy, in the East and George Frederick Francis Corbet who passed, while a boy, in the West is affectionately dedicated what little is best in this book, nothing else in it being worthy of them. '

Ref: Invision Zone forum

Service record: WO 339/2697

War Diary 1 Welch Regiment: WO-95-2277-4

Wikipedia: Tell England

Lieutenant Sir Roland James Corbet (Bart)
House: No 5 1907 - 1910. Regiment: Coldstream Guards.
Died: 15 April 1915 aged 23 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Guards Cemetery Windy Corner Cuinchy 1 F 16

Mentioned in Despatches
5th Bart. Born 19/08/1892. Son of th late Sir Walter Orlando Corbet, 4th Bart. and Lady Caroline Douglas Stewart (now Mrs. R. B. Astley).
His elder brother died at Eton.

He was killed just south of Givenchy in the retreat from Mons.

He was due to be married at Moreton Corbet Church. There is a memorial tablet on the South Wall.
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Lieutenant Reginald Vincent Campbell Corbet
House: No 4 1908 - 1912. Regiment: Royal Dublin Fusiliers.
Died: 28 April 1915 aged 21 in Turkey. Killed in action at Dardanelles.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Helles Memorial P 190-196

1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers
Son of Hon. F H M Corbet, Madras. Born:1894. Brother to George Frederick Francis Corbet.
Malvern College: School prefect. Head of House, Champion Athlete, House XI Football.

Medal card: WO 372/5/22337

2nd Lieut Jack Baxter Coulson
House: No 3 1908 - 1910. Regiment: Lincolnshire Regt..
Died: 20 June 1916 aged 22 in France. Died of wounds.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Le Treport P2 RO G13

5th Bn. Lincolnshire Regiment
Son of Fred B and Florence Coulson
Memorial at Grimsby St. James Kalendar

Wounded due to German bombardment of village of Bienvillers on Sunday 4th June. He died of his wounds over 2 weeks later.


A Lack of Offensive Spirit?: The 46th (North Midland) Division By Alan MacDonald

Lieutenant Edward Derek Courtney
House: Day 1910 - 1910. Regiment: Army Service Corps.
Died: 09 August 1918 aged 23 in France. Died on active service.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Etaples Military Cemetery XXV111 O 7

G.H.Q. Troops Supply Col. 55th Coy. Army Service Corps
Born: August 31st 1895, 11 Belgrave Gardens, Hougham, Kent
Father: Colonel Edward Arthur Waldegrave Courtney C.M.G., C.B.E (late Lancashire Fusiliers and Royal Army Service Corps)
Mother: Hilda Maria Courtney formerly Chapman
8th November 1916, admitted to Stationary hospital, Boulogne with furunculosis (boils).
Died from dysentery at 46th Stationary Hospital Etaples on 9th August 1918.

Service record: WO 339/44431
Medal card: WO 372/5/46205

Captain Charles John Alexander Cowan
House: No 1 1906 - 1912. Regiment: Royal Scots.
Died: 25 March 1918 aged 26 in France. Died of wounds in France.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Cerisy Gailly Mil Cemetery 11 C 3

3rd Bn. Royal Scots and then 12th Bn The Royal Scots
Born 8th December 1892 at Moray House, Edinburgh. Son of Alexander Cowan (Papermaker) and Alice Buchanan Cowan (nee Comrie Thomson), of Valleyfield, Penicuik, Midlothian.
Education: Malvern & Pembroke College, Cambridge
Suffered in March 1915 from diarrhoea for 10 days, and then sent to hospital for bronchitis.
In January 1916, suffering from bronchial catarrh which was better by 6th July 1916, 3rd Bn The Royal Scots
In April 1917, he was recovered from Bronchitis & Phthisis
Died at No 51 Staionary Hospital in France of wounds received in action (12th Bn The Royal Scots)

There is a stained glass window above a cross dedicated to his memory at the Church of St James the Less in Penicuik.

Ref: Scotlandswar Church

Service record: WO 339/10312

Lieutenant Charles Selwyn Cowley
House: No 2 1908 - 1910. Regiment: Northamptonshire Regt..
Died: 09 May 1915 aged 22 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Le Touret Memorial P 28-30

1st Bn. Northamptonshire Regiment
Born 6th October 1893. Son of John Selwyn Cowley,Surgeon & J.P., and Lilian Fuller Cowley, of Willow Bank, Upton-on-Severn, Worcs.

Service record: WO 339/9335
Rembrance ceremony at Upton

Major Gerald Shakespear Crawford
House: No 1 1895 - 1898. Regiment: South Wales Borderers.
Died: 10 August 1917 aged 38 in Belgium. Died of wounds.
Battle: Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele). Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery XV A 13

6th Bn. South Wales Borderers
Born on 1st October 1879 in London, the 2nd son of Richard Irvine Crawford, a retired Colonel from the Indian Staff Corps, and his wife, Clara.
Occupation: Schoolmaster
Address: 69 Linden Gardens, Bayswater formerly of 28 De Vere Gardens, Kensington
Joined in Sept 1914
Captain in the 5th South Wales Borderers (Pioneers) until 15th July 1916 when he was given majority and sent as 2nd in Command to the 8th North Stafforshire Regt.
On the 21st July 1916 he was wounded by a shell at Bazentin-le-Petit.
On 2nd July 1917, medical board stated he was now fit for general service after suffereing from a G.S.W. Scapular region, psoriais (due to sepsis) and colitis.
On the 3rd August 1917, during the battle of Passchendaele, the War diary stated the conditions were terrible with heavy rain and mud thigh deep and there many casualties.
On the 4th August 1917, they it was stated that their medium artillery was falling behind their front line. There were 4 killed in action, and 8 wounded.
There were further casualties every day when on the 10th August, with C.T. south of Westhoek, and D Coy holding Gordon House to Menin Road, Major Crawford was wounded in action along with 22 men.
Major Crawford died from his wounds the following day.

Widow: Clara Anne Crawford

Service record: WO 339/13455

6 Battalion South Wales Borderers (Pioneers): WO 95/2238/2
Lijssenthoek Pembroke Collge

Major Stanley Searle Crisp
House: Sch 1901 - 1903. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 08 December 1917 aged 30 in Italy. Died of wounds in Italy.
Battle: Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele). Cemetery: Giavera British Arcade Italy P 1 R G G 5

63rd Anti-Aircraft Sect. Royal Field Artillery
Born 17th January 1887, 3rd son of Fred Crisp JP DL and Elizabeth Crisp.
Occupation: Planter
Education: Elstree school and Malvern College

On the 9th December 1917, his wife, Mrs Muriel May Crisp, received a telegram at the Mascot Hotel on Baker Street from the War Office regretting that her husband was dangerously ill with shell wounds to the chest and the following day on the 10th December 1917 she received a telegram deeply regretting to inform her that he had died from his wounds at No 39 Casualty Clearing Station, Italy

Service record: WO 339/57134
Grevestone memorial at Friern Barnet Churchyard

STANLEY SEARLE CRISP (H1/18)
My dearly loved husband Fred Crisp JP DL who departed this life November 9th 1905 in his 57th year, “Peace perfect peace”,
also Stanley Searle, 3rd son of the above, Major Royal Field Artillery, killed in action December 6th 1917 aged 31 years, buried in British Military Cemetery Istrana Italy, “Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori”,
also Elizabeth, wife of the above Fred Crisp, passed on March 23rd 1939 in her 90th year, “God moves in a mysterious way.”

Captain Sir Herbet Archer Croft (Bart)
House: No 5 1885 - 1886. Regiment: Herefordshire Regt..
Died: 11 August 1915 aged 47 in Turkey. Died of wounds at Gallipoli.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Helles Memorial P 198

1st Bn. Herefordshire Regiment
Born September 5, 1868, (10th Bart). Son of Sir Herbert George Denman Croft, 9th Bt.;
Wife: Lady Katharine Agnes Croft (formerly Parr, married 3 Feb 1903), of Croft Castle, Kingsland, Herefordshire
Children: Elinor Croft, born 14 Jan 1904, and James Hebert Croft, born 24 May 1907.

He was Justice of the Peace and Deputy Lieutenant for Herefordshire.
He died circa 11 August 1915 at Gallipoli, missing, presumed killed in action.

Service record:WO 374/16666
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Captain Thomas Horsfall Crofton MC
House: No 1 1904 - 1908. Regiment: Connaught Rangers.
Died: 21 March 1918 aged 29 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Pozieres Memorial P 77

3rd Bn. attd. 6th Bn. Connaught Rangers
Son of Sir Malby Crofton, 3rd Bart., and Lady Crofton, of Longford House, Ballisodare, Co. Sligo.
Detaile Biography at Connaught Ranger Association website

Lieutenant Reginald Carlton Cross
House: No 5 1906 - 1910. Regiment: Dorset Yeomanry.
Died: 07 June 1918 aged 27 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Couin New British Cemetery G 15

Dorset Yeomanry (Queen's Own) attd. South Lancashire Regiment
Born November 11th 1891, Crooke Hall, Whittle-le-Woods, Chorley, Lancashire
Father: Reginald Carlton Cross (Cotton Manufacturer)
Mother Emily Cross formerly Briscoe
Education: Malven College & Clare Colleg, Cambridge
Address: Wyke Hall, Gillingham, Dorset.
Memorial wooden Cross at St. Mary the Virgin Church, Gillingham, Dorset

Service record: WO 374/16860

Sub Lieutenant Thomas Mervyn Crowe
House: No 9 1899 - 1905. Regiment: Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve.
Died: 07 June 1915 aged 29 in Turkey. Killed in action at the Dardanelles.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Helles Memorial P 8-15

Anson Bn. R.N. Div. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

He was part of the Jesus College Cambridge rowing crew who beat the Belgiums in 1911 in Belgium.

The Extinguished Flame: Olympians Killed in The Great War By Nigel McCrery

Captain Leslie Oakes Crowther
House: No 3 1905 - 1908. Regiment: 10 Sq. R. F. C..
Died: 06 December 1916 aged 25 in France. Killed in action near Avesnesle Comte.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Avesnes Le Comte 11 B 22

12th Sqdn. Royal Flying Corps, formerly 9th Bn, Royal West Kent Regiment
Son of Herbert Oakes Crowther and Nellie Oakes Crowther, of Beckenham, Kent.

Obituary from The Times dated 12th Dec 1916:
"CAPTAIN LESLIE OAKES CROWTHER. Flight Commander, R.F.C., killed on December 6, was the second son of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Crowther, of Broadclyst, Beckenham, Kent. Born in 1891, he was educated at St. Andrew's School, Eastbourne, and Malvern College, afterwards spending two years in New York and Dresden for educational purposes. Captain Crowther joined the Royal West Kent Regiment in September, 1914, and in December, 1915, transferred to the Royal Flying Corps. For many months he had been at the front, where he was engaged in many air flights and bomb-dropping expeditions. His major writes:- "The squadron has lost a most capable and poular officer, and I cannot say how sorry I am and my officers to have lost such a good fellow"

He was flying a BE 2d 5832 of No 12 Sqn RFC when he was killed in an accident on 6 December 1916.
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Captain Evelyn Claude Culling
House: No 4 1899 - 1900. Regiment: Canadian Inf..
Died: 24 April 1915 aged 30 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 10-18. 26 -28

2nd Bn. Canadian Infantry

Chief Commissioner Charles Malcolm Cumming
House: No 5 1881 - 1884. Regiment: Church Army Huts.
Died: 08 May 1918 aged 51 in -. Died.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: -

He went to France in October 1914, taking his own car. He was a
civilian, a member of the Church Army, and he was a chauffeur for the
British Red Cross, working for the Motor Ambulance Department. He was
attached to a Clearing Hospital at the Front and died on 8th May 1918 from an illness contracted in
France
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Lieutenant Edward Hedley Cuthbertson
House: No 5 1903 - 1907. Regiment: Royal Warwickshire Regt. Att Lan Regt.
Died: 24 July 1917 aged 29 in Iraq. Died on active service in Mesopotamia.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Amara War Cemetery X111 L 6

9th Bn. Royal Warwickshire Regiment
Born 15th December 1889 at 59 Fairholt Road, Stoke Newington. Son of Edward Hedley Cuthbertson and Alice Cuthbertson formerly Monro.

He was a noted cricketer playing for the Malvern 1st X1, Cambridge University, and Marylebone Cricket Club
After Malvern he went to Clare College, Cambridge.

Address in 1914: 51 Egerton Crescent, Kensington
Occupation: Stockbroker

Embarked Bomday on 22nd June 1917 and disembarked Basrah 28th June 1917.
30th June 1917, arrived at Martina
Following from Medical case sheet:
20th July 1917 . Admitted to hospital at Amara. Had been proceeding up river and been 14 days in Mesopotamia.
21st July 1917, Temperature 106 degrees and patient collapsed. Pulse imperceptible
22nd July 1917. Restles night but seemed better, still rather cyanosed
23rd July 1917. Restless, pulse not so good, in evening temperature started to rise. Died at 6.30pm
25th July 1917, died from effects of heat.

Widow: Mary Constance Cuthbertson (formerly Follett), of 72, Onslow Gardens, South Kensington, London.
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Final Wicket: Test and First Class Cricketers Killed in the Great War By Nigel McCrery

Service record: WO 339/23182

2nd Lieut Hugh Cuthbertson
House: No 5 1904 - 1909. Regiment: Royal Garrison Artillery.
Died: 14 April 1918 aged 28 in France. Killed in France.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Fouquieres 11 E 3

"B" Bty. 275th Bde. Royal Field Artillery
Son of Edward Hedley Cuthbertson and Alice Cuthbertson, of 13 Devonshire Place, London and 67 Portland Place

Education: Malven College & Trinity College, Cambridge
Occupation: Articled Clerk to Chartered Accountant
Joined 8th August 1914. In France from 5th October 1914 to 7th December 1916 in the Army Service Corps. At home from 8th Dec 1916 to 5th Jan 1918.

Discharged to a Commission in the RFA on 5th Jan 1918

Service record: WO 339/104722

Lieutenant Colonel Francis Edward Lloyd Daniell
House: Sch 1890 - 1893. Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders.
Died: 04 March 1916 aged 42 in France. Died of wounds in Flanders.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Cite Bonjean Armentieres 1X F 30

Seaforth Highlanders attd. to 21st Division General Staff. D S O
Son of Maj. Gen. F. F. Daniell (late Gordon Highlanders) and Mrs. Daniell; husband of the late Maud Esmie Daniell.

Born 19 Dec. 1874
He obtained his commission in Sept. 1895, and was promoted Captain, March, 1901
Served in the occupation of Crete in 1897, took part in the Sudan Expedition, was present at the Battle of Atbara, and in the South African War, 1899-1901.
In 1908 he saw service on the North-West Frontier of India, taking part in the operations in the Zakka Khel and the Mohmand countries.
He was Adjutant of the 1st Battn. Seaforth Highlanders, 1902 to 1906. He was promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel, Dec. 1913.
In WW1, he was twice mentioned in Despatches, and created a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order.
He served as a G.S.O, and fell in action about 4th March, 1916.

The divisional diary for 4th March 1916 states: 'At 5pm the enemy shelled Armetieres,Houplines and Nieppe, 15cm, 10.5cm howitzers and field guns were firing, and during the bombardmentand Lt-Colonel Daniell DSO, GSO1 was killed.'

Biography: The-VC-and-DSO-Volume-II
21st Division Diary

2nd Lieut Cyril Francis Davenport
House: No 4 1911 - 1914. Regiment: Hampshire Regt..
Died: 02 August 1916 aged 19 in France. Accidentally killed at Bethune.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Bethune Town Cemetery 111 K 37

"A" Coy. 14th Bn. Hampshire Regiment
Son of Mrs. Edward Davenport, of Amberley, Stroud, Glos., and the late Rev. Edward Davenport

He was wounded in an accident at the Brigade Bomb school and died shortly after being admitted to hospital. Several other officers from the 11th, 12th & 13th Royal Sussex Regt were also wounded at the bomb school.
The following day on the 3rd August at Les Choqueax, several officers attended his funeral along with men from his platoon.

Service record: WO 339/40073
Medal card: WO 372/5/171212
Unit War Diary: WO 95/2583/6

Lieutenant Henry William Warren Davis
House: No 1 1906 - 1910. Regiment: Welch Regt..
Died: 18 April 1916 aged 25 in Belgium. Killed in action at Hill 60.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Bedford House Cemetery Brit No 3 Zonnebeke Mem 1

1st Bn. Welsh Regiment
Mentioned in Despatches
Born on 27 December 1891, son of Henry Warren Davis and Christobel Warren Davis, of The Warren, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire.

Gazetted Second Lieutenant into the Welsh Regiment on 14 February 1912, and was a Lieutenant with the 1st Battalion, Welsh Regiment at the outbreak of war, which moved to France in January 1915.
In the Second Battle of Ypres, on 18 April 1915, he was sent out in charge of a party of bombers from B Company, to destroy a Trench Mortar, and was killed while stooping down to aid a wounded man during the assault.
The History of the Welsh Regiment records; ‘Lieutenant Davis was a great loss—a fine sportsman and an excellent bomber and shot, he was developing into an invaluable sniping expert.’
Biography

NB: The Malvern College memorial entry mistakenly records the date as 18 Apr 1916 and not 18 Apr 1915.

Captain Reginald Samuel Daw
House: Sch 1895 - 1898. Regiment: Kings Royal Rifle Corps..
Died: 25 August 1916 aged 35 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Dernancourt Communal 1 A 16

"B" Coy. 9th Bn. King's Royal Rifle Corps
Son of Samuel John and Helen Grace Daw; husband of Laura Daw, of Vine Cottage, West Hoathly, Sussex.

He was killed in action at Delville Wood.

Service record: WO 339/70032
Medal Card: WO 372/5/214175
Unit war diary: WO 95/1900/2 List of Officers Delville wood attack Map showing attack

Lieutenant Colonel Edmund Deacon
House: No 3 1888 - 1890. Regiment: Essex Yeomanry.
Died: 13 May 1915 aged 43 in Belgium. Killed in action at Ypres.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate PANEL 15

Essex Yeomanry formerly 1st (King's) Dragoon Guards
Husband of Sybil Deacon, of Sloe House, Halstead, Essex.

Master of the Essex Foxhounds

He was killed during the attack at 2.15pm to reoccupy front line trenches east of Potijze, near Ypres.
Biography - Charterhouse

Menin Gate North: In Memory and In Mourning By Paul Chapman

Lieutenant James Owen Cuninghame Dennis
House: No 2 1903 - 1907. Regiment: Irish Horse & R. F. C..
Died: 22 October 1914 aged 26 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate PANEL 5/9

The following account of the circumstances attending his death was published in The Malvernian, December 1914 — “Owen Dennis was killed by a shell when he was directing his battery’s fire from the infantry trenches. His Major states that he considered him to be the smartest officer. Throughout the time that he was at the front he displayed unflinching braveiy. This was quite in accordance with what we noted in him at school.”

Menin Gate North: In Memory and In Mourning By Paul Chapman <

Captain James Robert Dennistoun
House: No 4 1898 - 1901. Regiment: 2 Sq. R. F. C..
Died: 09 August 1916 aged 33 in Germany. Died of wounds in Germany.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Niederzwehren Cemetery Hessen Germany IV H 2

23rd Sqdn. Royal Flying Corps and North Irish Horse
Son of George James and Emily Dennistoun, of Peel Forest, Timaru, New Zealand.

He was a Justice of the Peace for New Zealand, a sheep farmer, mountaineer, and was a member of Captain Scott’s Antarctic Expedition, 1910-11, and was awarded the King’s Antarctic medal and that of the Royal Geographical Society.

On the outbreak of war he returned to England and obtained a commission in the Irish Horse. He went to the front in November 1915, and was for some months intelligence officer to a division, afterwards joining the Royal Flying Corps.

On 9 August 1916, he was acting as Observer in a FE2b 6348 on a bombing mission east of Arras and was in combat with three Fokker enemy aircraft and was wounded 3 times in the stomach. His biplane caught fire, and was compelled to descend in the enemy’s lines, and died from his wounds at Ohrdruf in Thuringia.
Auckland museum Wikipedia (in German) Flight Magazine InvisionZone

Lieutenant Robert William Millington Dewhurst
House: No 2 1909 - 1914. Regiment: Wiltshire Regt..
Died: 26 April 1916 aged 21 in Iraq. Died of wounds in Mesopotamia.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Amara War Cemetery V1 D 12

5th Bn. Wiltshire Regiment
Mentioned in Despatches
Son of Robert Paget Dewhurst and Florence Frances Maud Dewhurst, of 106, Abingdon Rd., Oxford.

He gained a mathematical scholarship at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, in November, 1913, and on leaving Malvern in July, 1914, he was awarded a leaving scholarship and the Dowdeswell Prize for mathematics. He received his commission in August, 1914, and was gazetted to the Wiltshire Regiment in September of that year.
Corpus Christi Oxford

Service record: WO 339/11799
Medal card: WO 372/6/15872
Unit Diary: WO 95/5161/3

2nd Lieut Digby Caleb Cecil Dickinson
House: No 5 1912 - 1916. Regiment: South Wales Borderers.
Died: 18 August 1918 aged 21 in France. Killed in action at Outersteen.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Borre British Cemetery 11 G 38

2nd Bn. South Wales Borderers
Son of Francis and Lucy Dickinson, of Aberyskir Court, Breconshire

His colonel wrote :—"He was in command of his company in the attack on August 18th, and it was characteristic of him that he should have been right at the head of his men. His death is a great loss to us, He had a quite exceptional hold over the men under him, and his absolute fearlessness and enthusiasm had a great effect on all who came in contact with him. His company was magnificent in the attack, and it was largely owing to the fine spirit and determination they had got from him that they carried through the attack with such success."
Brecon & Radnor Express Sept 19th 1918

2nd Lieut Kenneth Curling Doddrell
House: No 9 1913 - 1915. Regiment: Wiltshire Regt..
Died: 07 October 1918 aged 20 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Ramleh War Cemetery U 22

2nd Bn. attd. 1st/4th Bn. Wiltshire Regiment

2nd Lieut Roger Gillespie Drysdale
House: No 1 1902 - 1906. Regiment: Royal Warwickshire Regt..
Died: 15 April 1915 aged 27 in United Kingdom. Died in England.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Lymington 2466

Lieutenant Robert Roland Waddell Dudley
House: No 5 1901 - 1906. Regiment: Royal Fusiliers.
Died: 15 April 1915 aged 28 in Belgium. Killed in action in Flanders.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Tyne Cot Cemetery L1V F 16

Lieutenant William Stanley Eames
House: No 4 1903 - 1907. Regiment: Royal Fusiliers.
Died: 16 February 1916 aged 28 in Belgium. Died of wounds.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery 11 A 34

Captain Llewellyn Albert Edwards
House: Day 1908 - 1913. Regiment: Royal Warwickshire Regt..
Died: 23 March 1918 aged 24 in France. Killed in action near Germaine.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Savy British Cemetery 1 O 1

Captain Peter Douglas Colin Eliot
House: No 7 1900 - 1902. Regiment: 14th Lancers.
Died: 25 February 1917 aged 32 in Iraq. Killed in action near Kut.
Battle: Second Battle of Kut. Cemetery: Basra Memorial P 45

2nd Lieut Ernest Christopher Elmhirst
House: No 2 1909 - 1911. Regiment: West Riding Regt..
Died: 12 August 1915 aged 21 in Turkey. Killed in action at Suvla Bay.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Helles Memorial 117-119

Captain William Elmhirst
House: No 2 1906 - 1911. Regiment: East Yorkshire Regt..
Died: 13 November 1916 aged 24 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Serre Road Cemetery No 1 1 D 4

Captain Charles Douglas Elston
House: No 3 1901 - 1903. Regiment: Northamptonshire Regt..
Died: 22 November 1917 aged 31 in United Kingdom. Died of wounds.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Brompton Cemetery E 6 174469

Lieutenant Charles Edward James Ensor
House: Sch 1912 - 1917. Regiment: Royal Garrison Artillery.
Died: 18 October 1919 aged 21 in United Kingdom. Died from wounds.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Southampton Old Cemetery 40 F 108

2nd Lieut John Paxman Everitt
House: No 8 1910 - 1914. Regiment: West Yorkshire Regt..
Died: 01 July 1916 aged 20 in France. Killed in action near Serre.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial P 2A 2C 2D

Major William Basil Ewart
House: No 2 1904 - 1906. Regiment: Royal Irish Regt..
Died: 13 February 1920 aged 30 in Ireland. Died of illness contracted on active service.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Belfast Clifton St Antrim

Major Stanley Colt Faber
House: No 1 1897 - 1899. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 30 March 1917 aged 34 in France. Killed in action at Beaurains.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Faubourg D'amiens, Arras 111 M 13

Corporal Sydney James Fabian
House: No 7 1907 - 1909. Regiment: Honourable Artillery Company.
Died: 05 December 1914 aged 22 in Belgium. Killed in action near Wytschaete.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate PANEL 9

2nd Lieut Frank Jefferson Farnham
House: No 4 1908 - 1912. Regiment: Royal Garrison Artillery.
Died: 14 April 1917 aged 24 in France. Accidentally killed at Boyelles.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Boyelles Communal Cemetery Extension 1 C 1

Captain Percy Blake Faskally
House: No 6 1893 - 1898. Regiment: Royal Fusiliers.
Died: 19 December 1919 aged 39 in United Kingdom. Died from gas poisoning at Frevent.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Highgate Cemetery 52 41671

2nd Lieut Charles Frederick Fearn
House: No 5 1911 - 1914. Regiment: Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
Died: 04 July 1915 aged 19 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Arras Memorial BAY 1

Captain Charles Eustace Fishbourne
House: No 3 1900 - 1902. Regiment: Royal Engineers.
Died: 10 June 1915 aged 30 in United Kingdom. Died at Chatham.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Gresford All Saints Denbighshire SW CORNER

2nd Lieut Geoffrey Herbert Fisher
House: Sch 1902 - 1906. Regiment: Sherwood Foresters.
Died: 25 October 1915 aged 27 in France. Died of wounds in France.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Etaples Military Cemetery 1 A 13

Captain James Fisher
House: No 7 1908 - 1909. Regiment: Royal Lancaster Regt..
Died: 23 February 1919 aged 25 in United Kingdom. Died of pneumonia.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Barrow In Furness Cemetery I 505

Captain John Wilfred Fisher
House: Sch 1906 - 1910. Regiment: Sherwood Foresters.
Died: 08 July 1916 aged 24 in France. Died of wounds.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Heilly Station Cemetery Mercourt-L'abbe 1 A 15

2nd Lieut Eric Murray Forster
House: No 2 1909 - 1911. Regiment: Essex Regt..
Died: 03 May 1917 aged 22 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Athies Communal Cemetery Extension K 2

Lieutenant Colonel Cusack Grant Forsyth
House: No 9 1902 - 1904. Regiment: Yorkshire Regt..
Died: 14 September 1916 aged 29 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Blighty Valley Cemetery Authuille 1 F 13

Lieutenant Cecil Croker Fox
House: No 4 1893 - 1895. Regiment: East Surrey Regt..
Died: 15 September 1916 aged 37 in France. Killed in action at Flers.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial P 6B/6C

2nd Lieut Francis Neville Wilson Fox
House: No 2 1908 - 1914. Regiment: Welch Regt..
Died: 31 July 1917 aged 23 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele). Cemetery: New Irish Farm XXV F 11

2nd Lieut Thomas Noel Fox
House: No 4 1910 - 1914. Regiment: Somerset Light Inf..
Died: 12 December 1918 aged 22 in Bulgaria. Died in Bulgaria.
Battle: Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele). Cemetery: Sofia War Cemetery 111 C 7

Lieutenant Lachlan Henry Veitch Fraser
House: No 8 1908 - 1912. Regiment: Middlesex Regt..
Died: 24 February 1915 aged 21 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele). Cemetery: Godezonne Farm Cemetery 1 A 7

2nd Lieut Frank Ernest Allen Freeman
House: No 7 1911 - 1915. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 21 March 1918 aged 21 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Pozieres Memorial P 7-10

Corporal Albert Herman Friedlaender
House: Day 1886 - 1886. Regiment: South African Horse.
Died: 25 October 1916 aged 44 in Tanzania. Died of wounds in E. Africa.
Battle: East African Campaign. Cemetery: Iringa Cemetery V A 15

Lieutenant Edward Meaburn Fry MC
House: No 3 1905 - 1909. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 23 August 1918 aged 28 in France. Killed in action at Colincamps, France.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Sucrerie Mil Cemetery Colincamps 1 J 16

Lieutenant Colonel John Duncan Bertie Fulton CB
House: No 4 1890 - 1893. Regiment: Royal Flying Corps.
Died: 11 November 1915 aged 39 in United Kingdom. Died on active service.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Brompton Cemetery E 2 173362

CB - Companion of the Bath

Lieutenant Wolseley Haigh Furley
House: No 4 1910 - 1915. Regiment: Royal Scots.
Died: 25 April 1918 aged 22 in Belgium. Killed in action near Wytschaete.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial P 11-14 and 162

Lieutenant Thomas Gair
House: No 1 1903 - 1908. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 09 September 1917 aged 28 in Belgium. Killed in action near St Julien.
Battle: Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele). Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial P 4-6 and 162

Corporal Leonard Franklin Gale
House: No 8 1898 - 1902. Regiment: Queen's Own Oxford Hussars.
Died: 26 May 1915 aged 31 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele). Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 6

Lieutenant Hubert John Game
House: No 7 1904 - 1907. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery / R. F. C..
Died: 08 June 1917 aged 27 in United Kingdom. Killed in flying accident.
Battle: Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele). Cemetery: Narborough All Saints, Norfolk

Captain George Henry Gardner
House: No 5 1897 - 1902. Regiment: 21st Lancers.
Died: 25 August 1915 aged 32 in Turkey. Killed in action in Gallipoli.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Green Hill Cemetery 1 E 7

Lieutenant John Charles Gardom
House: No 6 1899 - 1903. Regiment: Essex Regt..
Died: 06 August 1915 aged 31 in Turkey. Killed in action in Gallipoli.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Twelve Tree Copse, Dardenelles C 117

Lieutenant Colonel Frank Hill Gaskell
House: No 4 1892 - 1895. Regiment: Welch Regt..
Died: 17 May 1916 aged 38 in France. Died of wounds at Merville.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Merville Communal V11 A 17

2nd Lieut Howard Raymond Gillett
House: No 4 1914 - 1916. Regiment: Royal Naval Air Service Manston.
Died: 06 April 1918 aged 19 in United Kingdom. Killed flying in England.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Hampstead WC 620

Lieutenant Ronald John Gilman MC
House: No 3 1912 - 1914. Regiment: Warwickshire Yeomanry.
Died: 15 July 1918 aged 20 in France. Died from exposure in torpedoed ship.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Etaples Military Cemetery XXV111 O 10

Private William Francis Jervis Gordon
House: No 2 1910 - 1912. Regiment: Canadian Trench Mortar Battery.
Died: 04 January 1918 aged 22 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Mazingarbe Communal Cemetery Extension 111. A.B

Private Arthur Graham
House: No 2 1898 - 1901. Regiment: Cheshire Regt..
Died: 27 April 1918 aged 35 in France. Died of wounds.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Longuenesse St Omer VA 76

Captain Marmaduke Whitaker Graham
House: No 4 1894 - 1897. Regiment: West Kent Regt..
Died: 24 July 1915 aged 36 in Iraq. Killed in action in Mesopotamia.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Basra Memorial 11 R 5/6

Lieutenant Harold Grant-Dalton
House: No 6 1903 - 1908. Regiment: Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve.
Died: 28 April 1918 aged 28 in Germany. Died in German Hospital.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Niederzwehren Cemetery Hessen Germany 1V H 9

Lieutenant Archibald Ronald Grant-Suttie
House: No 5 1910 - 1914. Regiment: Royal Horse Artillery.
Died: 23 July 1917 aged 21 in France. Died of wounds in France.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Dozinghem Mil 1 G 20

Sapper Richard Evelyn Griffiths
House: No 7 1901 - 1907. Regiment: New Zealand Inf..
Died: 08 August 1915 aged 27 in Turkey. Killed in action in Gallipoli.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Philosophe British Cemetery Mazingarbe 1V N 9

2nd Lieut Hubert Taylor Grindley
House: No 1 1910 - 1914. Regiment: Royal Engineers.
Died: 19 October 1915 aged 19 in Belgium. Killed in action in France.
Battle: Battle of Hohenzollern Redoubt. Cemetery: Brandhoek Military Cemetery I E 28

Lieutenant George Edward Grundy
House: Sch 1892 - 1902. Regiment: Royal Warwickshire Regt..
Died: 22 July 1915 aged 32 in Turkey. Killed in action in Gallipoli.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Helles Memorial P 35/37

2nd Lieut Cyril Stuart Guest
House: No 8 1908 - 1911. Regiment: South Staffordshire Regt..
Died: 04 August 1916 aged 22 in Greece. Accidentally killed at Salonika.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Karasouli Military Cemetery D 820

2nd Lieut Arthur Leslie Gwynne-Jones
House: No 2 1912 - 1915. Regiment: Royal Garrison Artillery.
Died: 04 May 1918 aged 21 in Belgium. Killed in action in Flanders.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Brandhoek New Military No. 3 111 B 37

Lieutenant Malcolm Wilfred Forester Hall
House: No 3 1902 - 1905. Regiment: Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
Died: 19 May 1917 aged 29 in France. Killed in action at Monchy-le-Preux.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Arras Memorial BAY 6

Lieutenant Colonel Arthur Perceval Hamilton MC
House: No 1 1898 - 1900. Regiment: Royal West Surrey Regt..
Died: 15 September 1916 aged 32 in France. Killed in action at High Wood.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Flatiron Copse Mametz V11 1.2

Lieutenant Eric Stanley Milthorp Harding
House: No 3 1907 - 1909. Regiment: Liverpool Regt..
Died: 05 July 1917 aged 25 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Cite Bonjean Armentieres V111 B 29

2nd Lieut Wallace George Hardman
House: Sch 1911 - 1914. Regiment: Manchester Regt..
Died: 09 January 1917 aged 20 in Iraq. Killed in action near Kut.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Amara War Cemetery XX1 D 11

Lieutenant Colonel Herbert Hastings Harington
House: No 5 1881 - 1886. Regiment: 84th Punjabis (I.A.).
Died: 08 March 1916 aged 48 in Iraq. Killed in action in Mesopotamia.
Battle: Siege of Kut. Cemetery: Basra Memorial PANEL 48

Captain Peter Yarborough Harkness
House: No 7 1898 - 1900. Regiment: West Yorkshire Regt..
Died: 01 July 1916 aged 32 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial PIER/FACE 2A, 2C and 2D

Captain John Anthony Harris MC
House: No 5 1904 - 1908. Regiment: Yorkshire Regt..
Died: 26 November 1917 aged 27 in France. Killed in action at Bourlon Wood.
Battle: Battle of Cambrai. Cemetery: Cambrai Memorial, Louverval P 5

Captain Bernard Sydney Harvey
House: No 3 1903 - 1907. Regiment: London Regt..
Died: 01 July 1916 aged 28 in France. Killed at Gommecourt.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial PIER/FACE 9D

2nd Lieut Francis Leslie Hastings-Medhurst
House: No 6 1909 - 1913. Regiment: Worcestershire Regt..
Died: 17 October 1914 aged 19 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of La Bassee. Cemetery: Le Touret Memorial P 1718

2nd Lieut Charles Nicholls Hathorn
House: No 6 1908 - 1913. Regiment: North Lancashire Regt..
Died: 10 August 1915 aged 21 in Turkey. Killed in action in Gallipoli.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Helles Memorial P 152-154

Lieutenant John Campbell Haverfield
House: No 4 1903 - 1905. Regiment: 24th Punjabis (I.A.).
Died: 14 July 1915 aged 28 in Iraq. Died of wounds in the Persian Gulf.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Basra Memorial V L 1

Captain Cyril Francis Hawley
House: No 5 1892 - 1894. Regiment: Kings Royal Rifle Corps..
Died: 02 November 1914 aged 36 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 51/53

Lieutenant Gerald Ralph Hayes-Sadler
House: No 3 1911 - 1914. Regiment: Royal Warwickshire Regt..
Died: 03 September 1916 aged 20 in France. Killed in action at Ginchy.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Delville Wood Longueval

Captain Alfred George Hayman
House: No 8 1898 - 1901. Regiment: Welch Regt..
Died: 09 September 1916 aged 32 in France. Killed in action at High Wood.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Caterpillar Valley Longueval X11 C 9

2nd Lieut Richard Browne Heagerty
House: No 6 1909 - 1913. Regiment: London Regt..
Died: 03 May 1917 aged 22 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Arras Memorial BAY 3

Captain Robert Francis Hebbert
House: No 3 1898 - 1900. Regiment: Indian Medical Service.
Died: 19 March 1916 aged 33 in Iraq. Died on active service in Mesopotamia.
Battle: Siege of Kut. Cemetery: Basra Memorial V F 9

2nd Lieut Abraham Rhodes Hebblethwaite
House: No 9 1908 - 1913. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 03 October 1915 aged 21 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: Battle of Loos. Cemetery: Le Touret Memorial 11 H 28

Captain William Herbert Hedges
House: No 5 1907 - 1911. Regiment: Royal Engineers.
Died: 21 August 1916 aged 23 in France. Died of wounds in France.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery Saulty 111 A 12

2nd Lieut Sidney Hannaford Hellyer
House: No 5 1904 - 1906. Regiment: East Yorkshire Regt..
Died: 08 May 1915 aged 26 in United Kingdom. Died of wounds at Boulogne.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: St Mary's Brixham SE corner

Lieutenant Colonel Henry May Henderson
House: No 5 1893 - 1895. Regiment: Royal Engineers.
Died: 10 March 1917 aged 38 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Aveluy Communal Extension M 1

2nd Lieut Malcolm Arnold Hepburn
House: No 7 1905 - 1910. Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders.
Died: 30 November 1914 aged 22 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Berks Cemetery Extension 111 D 8

Captain Jacob Andrew Norman Hessler
House: Sch 1907 - 1907. Regiment: Durham Light Inf..
Died: 27 May 1918 aged 25 in France. Killed in action near Rheims.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Soissons Mem

Lieutenant Arthur Leslie Hicks
House: No 9 1898 - 1901. Regiment: Leicestershire Regt..
Died: 04 April 1918 aged 34 in France. Died of wounds as prisoner at Auberchicourt.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Cabaret Rouge Brit Cemetery Souchez XX E 15

2nd Lieut Robert Aubrey Hildyard
House: No 6 1911 - 1915. Regiment: Royal Lancaster Regt..
Died: 20 December 1916 aged 19 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Peronne Road Cemetery, Maricourt 111 B 22

2nd Lieut Arthur Moberly Hill
House: Sch 1909 - 1911. Regiment: Somerset Light Inf..
Died: 09 April 1917 aged 22 in France. Killed in action at Arras.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Arras Memorial BAY 1

2nd Lieut Beresford Winnington Hill
House: No 6 1905 - 1911. Regiment: 59 Sq. R. F. C..
Died: 04 March 1917 aged 25 in France. Killed in action near Monchy-au-Bois.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Berles New Military 1 A 7

Captain Herbert Philip Hilton
House: No 1 1887 - 1890. Regiment: Middlesex Regt..
Died: 16 February 1915 aged 42 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 49-51

Captain Frederick Leonard Hingston
House: No 4 1892 - 1895. Regiment: Duke of Cornwall's Light Inf..
Died: 26 April 1915 aged 38 in Belgium. Killed in action near Ypres.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Poperinghe Old Cemetery 11 P 27

Lieutenant Francis Noel Wells Hitchings
House: No 2 1892 - 1895. Regiment: Royal West Kent Regt..
Died: 03 December 1918 aged 41 in France. Accidentally killed at Auberchicourt.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Auberchicourt British Cemetery 1 C 16

2nd Lieut Evelyn Melville Shovel Hoare
House: Sch 1903 - 1907. Regiment: East Kent Regt. (The Buffs).
Died: 28 March 1918 aged 29 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Pozieres Memorial P 16

Lieutenant Geoffrey Brian Hobbs
House: No 2 1910 - 1913. Regiment: Northumberland Fus..
Died: 05 September 1915 aged 19 in United Kingdom. Accidentally killed flying near Dover.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: St Margarets At Cliffe, Kent

2nd Lieut Herbert Edward Hobbs
House: No 2 1910 - 1913. Regiment: Northumberland Fus..
Died: 25 May 1915 aged 21 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 8-12

Captain Victor Maitland Hobday
House: No 2 1908 - 1910. Regiment: West Yorkshire Regt..
Died: 07 July 1917 aged 23 in Belgium. Killed in action at Messines.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Railway Dugouts Burial Ground

Lieutenant Robert Charles Hodson
House: No 1 1901 - 1905. Regiment: Royal Engineers.
Died: 08 May 1917 aged 29 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Nine Elms Mil Cemetery Thelus

Captain Edward Ralph Lambert Hollins
House: Sch 1898 - 1903. Regiment: Royal Lancaster Regt..
Died: 03 March 1916 aged 32 in Belgium. Died of wounds at Ypres.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery 11 A 42

2nd Lieut Alexis Cowper Honey
House: No 2 1913 - 1917. Regiment: Worcestershire Regt..
Died: 10 February 1918 aged 20 in France. Died of wounds.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Etaples Military Cemetery XXV111 E 9

Captain James Garland Hopkinson
House: Sch 1890 - 1893. Regiment: Gordon Highlanders.
Died: 25 September 1915 aged 40 in Belgium. Killed in action at Hooge.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 38

Captain Wilfrid Palmer Horsley
House: Sch 1901 - 1905. Regiment: East Yorkshire Regt..
Died: 02 July 1917 aged 30 in France. Killed in action at Bailleul.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Bailleul Communal Extension 111 D 165

Major Norman Elliot Howell
House: Sch 1896 - 1899. Regiment: 82nd Punjabis (I.A.).
Died: 07 January 1916 aged 34 in Iraq. Killed in action at Sheikh Saad.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Basra Memorial P 48/66

Captain John Fraser Hoyland
House: No 1 1910 - 1914. Regiment: Lancashire Fusiliers.
Died: 01 October 1916 aged 21 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial P 3C/3D

Lieutenant Charles Geoffrey Hume
House: No 5 1905 - 1907. Regiment: South Staffordshire Regt..
Died: 26 October 1914 aged 24 in Belgium. Killed in action at Ypres.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 35/37

Lieutenant Richard Grain Humphreys
House: No 1 1911 - 1915. Regiment: Kings Royal Rifle Corps..
Died: 28 September 1917 aged 20 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele). Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Captain George Ward Hunt
House: No 5 1896 - 1900. Regiment: Northamptonshire Regt..
Died: 09 May 1915 aged 34 in Belgium. Killed in action at Auber Ridge.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Ploegsteert Memorial P 7

Captain Edward Kenneth Gordon Huntly
House: No 5 1908 - 1910. Regiment: Ox & Bucks Light Inf..
Died: 20 September 1917 aged 23 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Poelcapelle British Cemetery XL1V F 2

Lieutenant Michael Edward Charles Hussey
House: No 3 1901 - 1906. Regiment: Indian Army.
Died: 04 September 1915 aged 28 in Pakistan. Died at Lahore.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Karachi War Mem14-18

Lieutenant Hanley Hutchinson
House: No 7 1906 - 1908. Regiment: West Yorkshire Regt..
Died: 01 September 1917 aged 27 in France. Died of wounds.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Grevillers British V11 B 14

Lieutenant John Barnabas Hutton
House: No 9 1905 - 1908. Regiment: South Staffordshire Regt..
Died: 13 October 1915 aged 24 in France. Killed in action at Hohenzollern Redoubt.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Loos Memorial P 73/76

Sergeant Robert Edward Hyslop
House: No 6 1904 - 1906. Regiment: Suffolk Regt..
Died: 21 November 1916 aged 27 in France. Died of wounds.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Varennes 1 G 37

2nd Lieut Edwin Charles Irish
House: No 7 1913 - 1916. Regiment: East Lancashire Regt..
Died: 26 December 1917 aged 19 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial P 77-79 163A

2nd Lieut William Henry Irvine
House: No 6 1911 - 1915. Regiment: Royal Flying Corps.
Died: 25 October 1916 aged 19 in United Kingdom. Accidentally killed flying in England.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: St Brides Major Glamorgan

Lieutenant John Eric Jackson Jackson-Barstow
House: No 3 1910 - 1914. Regiment: Royal Air Force.
Died: 27 January 1919 aged 24 in United Kingdom. Killed flying in England.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Weston-Super-Mare cemetery 2451

2nd Lieut Arthur Stannas Jagger
House: No 2 1913 - 1916. Regiment: Royal Welch Fus..
Died: 01 October 1918 aged 20 in France. Died of wounds near Bois de Biez.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Chocques Mil Cemetery 111 B 16

Lieutenant Colonel Basil Oliver Jenkins
House: Sch 1894 - 1897. Regiment: Royal Air Force.
Died: 07 February 1919 aged 39 in Germany. Died at Koblentz.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Cologne Southern X11 D 5

Lieutenant Cyril Donald Thomas Jenkins
House: No 1 1910 - 1913. Regiment: Royal Welch Fus..
Died: 03 October 1916 aged 21 in United Kingdom. Accidentally killed flying.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Swansea, Oystermouth

Captain Spencer Henry Jeudwine
House: No 4 1909 - 1914. Regiment: Lincolnshire Regt..
Died: 01 July 1916 aged 21 in France. Killed in action at the Somme.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial P 1C

Lieutenant Alexander Vyvyan Johnston
House: No 6 1900 - 1902. Regiment: Liverpool Regt..
Died: 16 August 1917 aged 33 in Belgium. Killed in action near Ypres.
Battle: Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele). Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial P31/34, 162. 162A. 163A

Major Charles Ernest Johnston
House: No 1 1888 - 1889. Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders.
Died: 23 March 1918 aged 47 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Arras Memorial BAY 8

Captain Donald Clark Johnston
House: No 1 1908 - 1913. Regiment: Scottish Rifles.
Died: 13 September 1918 aged 24 in France. Died of wounds.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: St Sever Cemetery Rouen C 5 2

2nd Lieut Harold Crossley Jowett
House: No 3 1913 - 1916. Regiment: Lancashire Fusiliers.
Died: 01 September 1918 aged 20 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Bancourt British Cemetery V11 D 1

Private Oswald Rees Keene
House: No 1 1905 - 1909. Regiment: West Riding Regt..
Died: 05 May 1915 aged 24 in United Kingdom. Killed in action at Hill 60.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: West Riding Divisional Cemetery B3

2nd Lieut Walter Fischer Keep
House: No 3 1897 - 1901. Regiment: Hampshire Regt..
Died: 07 June 1917 aged 35 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of Messines. Cemetery: Bus House Cemetery A 20

Captain William George Stanhope Kenny
House: No 7 1895 - 1897. Regiment: 39th Garhwal Rifles (I.A.).
Died: 10 March 1915 aged 34 in France. Killed in action at Neuve Chapelle.
Battle: Battle of Neuve Chapelle. Cemetery: Laventie Mil Cemetery La Gorgue 1V G 3

Major Lionel Kerwood
House: No 7 1900 - 1902. Regiment: Worcestershire Regt..
Died: 21 October 1916 aged 30 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial P 5A/5C

Lieutenant Chester Winterborn Killby
House: No 3 1898 - 1899. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 21 March 1918 aged 36 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Pozieres Memorial P 7-10

Private Wilfred Ernest Hertslet King
House: Day 1907 - 1910. Regiment: Leicestershire Regt..
Died: 14 July 1916 aged 23 in France. Killed in action at the Somme.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial P 2C/3A

Captain Hugh Eric Coleraine Knight
House: No 6 1906 - 1908. Regiment: East Lancashire Regt..
Died: 11 April 1918 aged 26 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Ploegsteert Memorial P 5/6

Captain Dudley Ogilvie Laing
House: No 6 1903 - 1907. Regiment: Northumberland Fus..
Died: 01 July 1916 aged 27 in France. Killed in action at the Somme.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial P 10B/11B/12B

Captain Gerald Ogilvie Laing
House: Sch 1901 - 1905. Regiment: Northumberland Fus..
Died: 06 June 1917 aged 30 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Arras Memorial BAY 2/3

Private Newton Frederick Seymour Lane
House: No 5 1893 - 1897. Regiment: Australian Infantry.
Died: 08 June 1917 aged 38 in Belgium. Killed in action at Messines.
Battle: Battle of Messines. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 7/17

2nd Lieut Percy Ernald Lane
House: No 5 1895 - 1897. Regiment: Canadian Inf..
Died: 08 May 1915 aged 34 in Belgium. Killed in action at Ypres.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 10

Captain Bertram Lawrence
House: No 2 1891 - 1895. Regiment: East Yorkshire Regt..
Died: 28 October 1914 aged 38 in France. Killed in action near Lille.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Ration Farm Armentieres V111 D

2nd Lieut Thomas Edward Lawrence
House: Sch 1913 - 1916. Regiment: Royal Sussex Regt..
Died: 24 September 1918 aged 19 in France. Died of wounds near Peronne.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Doingt Comminal Extension 1 B 38

Lieutenant Leslie Arthur Lea-Smith
House: No 3 1911 - 1914. Regiment: East Kent Regt. (The Buffs).
Died: 07 July 1916 aged 19 in France. Killed in action at the Somme.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Aveluy Communal Extension F 68

Private Alfred Robin Martyn Lees
House: Sch 1900 - 1902. Regiment: Army Service Corps.
Died: 21 March 1918 aged 34 in France. Killed in action near Ecour.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Pozieres Memorial P 95

2nd Lieut Ashley Gordon Scott Leggatt
House: No 6 1900 - 1902. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 16 September 1916 aged 31 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thistle Dump Longueval C 22

Surgeon Lieutenant Francis Wharton Lemarchand
House: No 1 1908 - 1910. Regiment: H. M. S. Phoebe.
Died: 12 February 1919 aged 26 in United Kingdom. Died of pneumonia.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Barnstaple Devon A 150

Captain Christopher Francis Aden Ley
House: No 2 1907 - 1912. Regiment: Notts' Yeomanry / RFC.
Died: 16 March 1918 aged 25 in United Kingdom. -.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: St James Lealholm NORTH

Son of the late Sir Francis Ley, 1st Bart. and of Lady Ley, of Lealholm Lodge, Lealholm, Yorks. Born at Barrow-on-Trent.

2nd Lieut Maurice Aden Ley
House: No 2 1910 - 1913. Regiment: East Kent Regt. (The Buffs).
Died: 01 November 1914 aged 19 in France. Killed in action at Ypres.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: White House Cemetery St Jean Les Ypres 111 P 30

Captain Francis Howard Lindsay
House: No 2 1887 - 1895. Regiment: London Scottish Regt..
Died: 01 July 1916 aged 40 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial P 9C/13C

Captain Wymond Howard Lloyd
House: No 5 1907 - 1912. Regiment: Herefordshire Regt..
Died: 19 March 1916 aged 23 in United Kingdom. Accidentally killed in England.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Llangadock Carmathenshire

Lieutenant Wynell Hastings Lloyd
House: Sch 1909 - 1912. Regiment: Royal Engineers.
Died: 18 April 1918 aged 24 in France. Accidentally killed on active service.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Warloy Baillon Communal Extension 11 F 4

2nd Lieut George Hood Lofthouse
House: No 1 1900 - 1903. Regiment: East Yorkshire Regt..
Died: 23 April 1917 aged 32 in France. Killed in action near Cherisy.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Arras Memorial BAY 4/5

2nd Lieut William Herbert Berkeley Long
House: No 4 1913 - 1917. Regiment: Royal Garrison Artillery.
Died: 31 May 1918 aged 20 in France. Died of wounds near Gezaincourt.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Bagneux Brit Cemetery Gezaincourt 11 C 17

Lieutenant William Louis Jennings Longbourne
House: No 5 1900 - 1906. Regiment: Royal West Surrey Regt..
Died: 09 August 1915 aged 28 in Turkey. Killed in action at Suvla Bay.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Helles Memorial P 30/31

Chaplain 4th Cl Archibald Owen Carwithen Longridge
House: No 4 1894 - 1898. Regiment: Chaplains Dept..
Died: 12 October 1918 aged 38 in United Kingdom. Died in England of pneumonia after gas poisoning.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Topsham Devon 1 1684

Lieutenant Colonel James Atkinson Longridge CMG
House: No 4 1889 - 1893. Regiment: 43 Erinpura Regt. (I.A.).
Died: 18 April 1916 aged 41 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Albert Communal Extension 1 M 9

CMG - Companion of St Michael & St George

2nd Lieut Richard Sackville Lovett-Thomas
House: No 4 1911 - 1915. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 11 March 1917 aged 20 in France. Died of wounds.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Hebuterne Mil Cemetery 111 Q 1

Air Mechanic 1 Sidney Evan Lowsley
House: No 2 1893 - 1896. Regiment: H. M. S. President.
Died: 27 September 1917 aged 38 in United Kingdom. Died in England while training.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Harrogate Harlow Hill H 190

Lieutenant Reginald Eric Lucy
House: No 1 1907 - 1911. Regiment: Northamptonshire Regt..
Died: 19 March 1915 aged 22 in United Kingdom. Died of wounds near Neuve Chapelle.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Ford Park Plymouth

Captain Richard Litton Lyster-Smythe
House: No 2 1911 - 1913. Regiment: Royal Air Force.
Died: 19 June 1919 aged 22 in Israel. Drowned near Jaffa.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Ramleh War Cemetery EE. 37.

2nd Lieut Hugh Turner Macan
House: No 6 1900 - 1905. Regiment: Middlesex Regt..
Died: 23 March 1918 aged 32 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Arras Memorial BAY 7

2nd Lieut Thomas Charles Stuart MacGregor
House: No 6 1910 - 1914. Regiment: Highland Light Infantry.
Died: 08 June 1917 aged 21 in France. Killed in action at Messines.
Battle: Battle of Messines. Cemetery: Arras Flying Services Memorial

Major Eric James Bethune MacKenzie
House: Day 1895 - 1896. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 08 July 1916 aged 33 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Carnoy Military Cemetery D 25

Captain Keith Bethune MacKenzie
House: Day 1892 - 1896. Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders.
Died: 12 November 1914 aged 35 in Belgium. Killed in action near Ypres.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 3B

Major Francis Julian Audley Mackworth
House: No 4 1891 - 1895. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 01 November 1914 aged 38 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Vieille Chapelle New Lacouture 1V D 10

Flight Lieutenant John Nigel MacRae
House: No 6 1908 - 1910. Regiment: 83 Sq. R. A. F..
Died: 11 April 1918 aged 24 in France. Accidentally killed while flying in France.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Lapugnoy Military Cemetery V1 C 10

Lieutenant Charles Julian Mann
House: No 6 1906 - 1911. Regiment: 13th Res' Regt. Cavalry.
Died: 03 October 1918 aged 26 in France. Killed in action in France near Prescelles.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Bellicourt Brit V1 M 10

Lieutenant Thomas Edensor Laurie Marsh
House: No 8 1910 - 1914. Regiment: Royal Marines Light Infantry.
Died: 27 April 1916 aged 20 in Malta. Drowned on HMS Russell.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Malta Naval Cemetery P 36

2nd Lieut Ambrose Marshall
House: No 1 1893 - 1894. Regiment: Herefordshire Regt..
Died: 15 April 1917 aged in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Bailleul Road East St Lauren Blagny IC 31

Lieutenant John Ralph Theodore Marsham
House: Sch 1900 - 1902. Regiment: Worcestershire Regt..
Died: 26 February 1919 aged 34 in United Kingdom. Died of pneumonia.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Winchester West Hill Old Cemetery 40 2927

Captain John Martin MC
House: No 1 1902 - 1906. Regiment: Gordon Highlanders.
Died: 09 April 1917 aged 29 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Cabaret Rouge Brit Cemetery Souchez XV11 J 4B

Lieutenant Roland Charles Mason
House: No 7 1897 - 1899. Regiment: Royal Lancaster Regt..
Died: 30 September 1914 aged 32 in United Kingdom. Died of wounds received on the Aisne.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: St Bartholomews Church Edgbaston WEST

Major Ronald Erskine Wilford Maxwell
House: No 4 1901 - 1905. Regiment: Kings Own Scottish Borderers.
Died: 25 September 1915 aged 29 in France. Killed in action at Loos.
Battle: Battle of Loos. Cemetery: Loos British Cemetery XV11 E 18

Flight Lieutenant Lawrence William McArthur
House: No 5 1904 - 1907. Regiment: 12 Sq. R. F. C..
Died: 27 May 1917 aged 27 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of Loos. Cemetery: Harlebeke New Brit XV11 B 12

Captain Robert Jim McCleverty
House: No 7 1897 - 1900. Regiment: 47th Sikhs (I.A.).
Died: 28 October 1914 aged 32 in France. Killed in action at Neuve Chapelle.
Battle: Battle of Loos. Cemetery: Neuve-Chapelle Memorial P 37

2nd Lieut Hugh Peter Egerton Mesnard Melly
House: No 3 1911 - 1914. Regiment: Royal Lancaster Regt..
Died: 01 July 1916 aged 20 in France. Killed in action at the Somme.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Sucrerie Mil Cemetery Colincamps 1 H 11

Captain Reginald Ernest Melly
House: No 4 1902 - 1906. Regiment: Liverpool Regt..
Died: 30 July 1916 aged 28 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial P 1D, 8B. 8C

Lieutenant Bertram Cecil Metcalfe-Smith
House: No 5 1908 - 1911. Regiment: West Yorkshire Regt..
Died: 22 April 1918 aged 24 in France. Died of wounds in France.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Pernes Brit Cemetery 1 D 13

Captain Noel Burgess Michell
House: Sch 1899 - 1904. Regiment: Royal Fusiliers.
Died: 22 March 1918 aged 33 in France. Killed in action at Jussy.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Pozieres Memorial P 19-21

2nd Lieut Richard Gerald Milburn
House: No 4 1905 - 1912. Regiment: East Surrey Regt..
Died: 09 February 1915 aged 22 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Perth Cemetery China Wall 1V A 3

2nd Lieut Mansfield Charles Nightingale Mills
House: Sch 1905 - 1906. Regiment: Royal Engineers.
Died: 29 December 1915 aged 24 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Cite Bonjean Armentieres 1XD 72

Captain Douglas Owen Milner-Moore
House: No 1 1898 - 1902. Regiment: Royal Engineers.
Died: 23 April 1918 aged 33 in Africa. Died at Mombasa.
Battle: East African Campaign. Cemetery: Mombasa (Mbaraki) Cemetery I. O. 7.

Private Stephen Christopher Lay Moore
House: No 4 1895 - 1899. Regiment: Canadian Inf..
Died: 31 May 1916 aged 36 in France. Died of wounds received at Bailleul.
Battle: East African Campaign. Cemetery: Wimereux Communal 1 N 2

Lieutenant William Henry Helme Moore
House: No 3 1909 - 1914. Regiment: Kings Royal Rifle Corps..
Died: 19 October 1915 aged 20 in France. Accidentally killed while training at Fleurbaix.
Battle: East African Campaign. Cemetery: Royal Irish Rifles Graveyard Lavente 1 J 12

Lieutenant Norman Archibald Morice
House: No 7 1909 - 1913. Regiment: East Yorkshire Regt..
Died: 11 March 1916 aged 22 in France. Died of wounds at Boulogne.
Battle: East African Campaign. Cemetery: Boulogne East 2 A 1

Private Charles Philip Scott Morris
House: No 2 1901 - 1903. Regiment: Canadian Inf..
Died: 06 June 1916 aged 30 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: East African Campaign. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 24, 28, 30

2nd Lieut John Torrington Morris
House: No 1 1909 - 1913. Regiment: Royal Welch Fus..
Died: 15 May 1915 aged 19 in France. Killed in action at Festubert.
Battle: Battle of Festubert. Cemetery: Guards Cemetery Windy Corner Cuinchy 1V G 18

Captain Gerald Arthur Morton
House: No 5 1892 - 1893. Regiment: Border Regt..
Died: 02 May 1915 aged 40 in Turkey. Killed in action at Gallipoli.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Pink Farm Cemetery Helles SP MEM 70

Corporal John Henry Moxon
House: Day 1910 - 1910. Regiment: Australian Infantry.
Died: 02 July 1918 aged 23 in France. Died of wounds.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Vignacourt British 11 E 3

Private Gordon Mucklow
House: No 2 1906 - 1910. Regiment: Canadian Inf..
Died: 27 September 1918 aged 26 in France. Killed in action near Cambrai.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Quarry Cemetery Marquion C 8

2nd Lieut Basil Muir
House: No 3 1911 - 1914. Regiment: Worcestershire Regt..
Died: 16 June 1915 aged 19 in Belgium. Killed in action in Flanders.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 34

Captain Richard Walter Mullins
House: No 7 1907 - 1910. Regiment: York and Lancaster Regt..
Died: 01 July 1916 aged 23 in France. Killed in action at Fricourt.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Gordon Dump Cemetery Ovillers La Boiselle 11 Q 5

Captain George Angus Murray
House: No 2 1907 - 1911. Regiment: Royal Engineers.
Died: 06 October 1918 aged 25 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Marcoing Communal 12

Captain Patrick Hallam Murray
House: No 2 1905 - 1909. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 25 September 1915 aged 24 in France. Killed in action near Neuve Chapelle.
Battle: Battle of Loos. Cemetery: Loos Memorial P 3

2nd Lieut William Leslie Murray
House: Sch 1913 - 1916. Regiment: 2 FTS RAF.
Died: 26 October 1916 aged 18 in United Kingdom. Accidentally killed.
Battle: Battle of Loos. Cemetery: St Germain Marske In Cleveland E 29

Captain Robert Percy Nathan MC
House: Sch 1907 - 1911. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 21 March 1918 aged 25 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Ham British Cemetery, Muille Villette 1 E 19

Major Urmstone Shaw Naylor
House: Sch 1892 - 1896. Regiment: Durham Light Inf..
Died: 03 September 1916 aged 38 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial P 4C

Lieutenant Reginald Henry Neill
House: No 6 1909 - 1911. Regiment: Royal Irish Regt..
Died: 01 July 1916 aged 22 in France. Killed in action at Thiepval.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial P 15A 15B

2nd Lieut Hugh Hathorn Nicholson
House: Sch 1897 - 1901. Regiment: Cheshire Regt..
Died: 25 May 1915 aged 31 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate 19-22

Captain Richard Jefferys Nicolls
House: No 4 1908 - 1913. Regiment: Sherwood Foresters.
Died: 01 October 1916 aged 22 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Peake Wood Cemetery Fricourt

2nd Lieut Norris Heatley Noble
House: No 5 1910 - 1914. Regiment: Kings Royal Rifle Corps..
Died: 15 August 1916 aged 19 in France. Died of wounds received at Abbeville.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Abbeville Communal V1 H 3

2nd Lieut Harold Mitford Norsworthy
House: Sch 1900 - 1902. Regiment: East Kent Regt. (The Buffs).
Died: 18 March 1917 aged 31 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Maroc British Cemetery Grenay 1 P 4

Lieutenant Charles Francis Nunneley
House: No 5 1897 - 1900. Regiment: Northumberland Fus..
Died: 06 October 1914 aged 31 in France. Killed in action at Neuve Chapelle.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Le Touret Memorial P 5/6

Lance Corporal John Cecil Nunneley
House: No 5 1894 - 1897. Regiment: Highland Light Infantry.
Died: 28 April 1917 aged 37 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Arras Memorial BAY 8

Lieutenant Alexander Walter Ogilvie
House: Sch 1897 - 1901. Regiment: Royal Garrison Artillery.
Died: 30 October 1918 aged 35 in United Kingdom. Died of pneumonia after gas poisoning.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: St Andrews Aldingham Suffolk

2nd Lieut Charles Gordon Oliver
House: No 7 1903 - 1907. Regiment: Devon Regt..
Died: 15 October 1915 aged 25 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Chocques Mil Cemetery 1 F 11

Captain Henry Du Bois O'Neill MC
House: No 1 1889 - 1889. Regiment: Bedfordshire Regt..
Died: 02 June 1918 aged 43 in United Kingdom. Died of illness contracted on active service.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Bexhill Cemetery E G A86

2nd Lieut Arthur Denzil Onslow MC
House: Sch 1900 - 1906. Regiment: Royal Warwickshire Regt..
Died: 12 August 1916 aged 29 in France. Killed in action at Bazentin-le-Petit.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial P 9A, 9B, 10B

Captain John Barwick Orde MC
House: No 4 1901 - 1904. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 12 February 1917 aged 31 in Greece. Died of wounds.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Karasouli Military Cemetery

2nd Lieut Walter Selwyn Orpen
House: Sch 1908 - 1911. Regiment: Lancashire Fusiliers.
Died: 06 July 1916 aged 23 in France. Killed in action near Fricourt.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial P 3C, 3D

Captain Lucien Eugene Oudin
House: Sch 1905 - 1909. Regiment: Duke of Cornwall's Light Inf..
Died: 24 August 1916 aged 25 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Dive Copse British Sailly Le Sec 11 G 14

2nd Lieut John Gilbert Overman
House: No 3 1911 - 1913. Regiment: Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry.
Died: 09 September 1918 aged 22 in France. Killed in action at Chapel Hill.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Gouzeaucourt New British 1 H 8

Lieutenant Gerald Lewis Paget
House: No 1 1898 - 1901. Regiment: Northumberland Fus..
Died: 13 July 1917 aged 33 in Palestine. Killed in action.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Jerusalem Memorial P 10

Lieutenant Guy Nicholas Palmes
House: Sch 1908 - 1911. Regiment: Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry.
Died: 08 May 1915 aged 21 in Belgium. Killed in action at Ypres.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 47

Lieutenant Maxwell Colquhoun Pearson
House: Sch 1896 - 1896. Regiment: Cameron Highlanders.
Died: 23 November 1915 aged 34 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Vermelles British LL 1

2nd Lieut Maurice Murray Pearson
House: No 3 1905 - 1910. Regiment: Worcester Yeomanry.
Died: 23 April 1916 aged 25 in Egypt. Killed in action at Oehratina, Egypt.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Jerusalem Memorial P 3/5

2nd Lieut George Douglas Pechell
House: No 7 1905 - 1908. Regiment: 66 Sq. R. F. C..
Died: 21 December 1916 aged 25 in United Kingdom. Accidentally killed flying.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Bristol Canford Cemetery SEC F 2B

Lieutenant Robert Lloyd Peel MC
House: No 2 1901 - 1907. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 03 September 1917 aged 28 in Belgium. Died of wounds.
Battle: Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele). Cemetery: Bard Cottage Cemetery 111 F 2

2nd Lieut Kenneth Hugh Pegg
House: Sch 1904 - 1909. Regiment: Leicestershire Regt..
Died: 20 February 1916 aged 25 in Iraq. Killed in action in Persian Gulf.
Battle: Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele). Cemetery: Basra Memorial P 12

Captain Francis Percy Campbell Pemberton
House: No 8 1899 - 1900. Regiment: Life Guards.
Died: 19 October 1914 aged 29 in Belgium. Killed in action in Belgium.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Dadizeele New British Cemetery

Captain Alfred Brankston Pembroke
House: No 7 1890 - 1894. Regiment: Lancashire Fusiliers.
Died: 07 September 1916 aged 39 in -. Died of illness.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: -

Lieutenant Richard Henry Perceval Perceval-Maxwell
House: Sch 1912 - 1914. Regiment: Scottish Rifles.
Died: 23 July 1918 aged 21 in France. Killed in action at Buzancy.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Buzancy II. D. 14.

2nd Lieut Maurice Case Perks
House: Day 1898 - 1901. Regiment: North Lancashire Regt..
Died: 26 April 1917 aged 30 in France. Killed in action at St Quentin.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: St Quentin Cabaret Cemetery 11 D 6

Lance Corporal Alan Roy Petrie
House: No 1 1897 - 1902. Regiment: London Scottish Regt..
Died: 13 November 1914 aged 30 in Belgium. Killed in action near Ypres.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 54

Captain Maurice Aldcroft Phillips
House: Sch 1899 - 1903. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 21 May 1915 aged 30 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Le Touret Memorial 11 D 15

Captain Thomas Glyn Llewelyn Phillips
House: No 8 1908 - 1913. Regiment: Welch Regt..
Died: 26 March 1917 aged 23 in Palestine. Killed in action at Gaza.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Jerusalem Memorial P 30/32

Captain Philip Simons Picot
House: Day 1903 - 1906. Regiment: Sherwood Foresters.
Died: 11 July 1915 aged 26 in Turkey. Killed in action at Gallipoli.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Twelve Tree Copse, Dardenelles C 149

Lieutenant Albert Humphrey Pinder
House: No 4 1900 - 1906. Regiment: Leicestershire Regt..
Died: 15 September 1916 aged 29 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Guards Cemetery Les Boeufs SP MEM 48

2nd Lieut Stanley Fitzherbert Porter
House: No 3 1913 - 1916. Regiment: Royal Flying Corps.
Died: 06 June 1917 aged 19 in United Kingdom. Accidentally killed.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Sefton, St Helens, Lancs

Lieutenant Theodore Prain
House: No 1 1901 - 1905. Regiment: Leicestershire Regt..
Died: 22 October 1914 aged 27 in Belgium. Killed in action near Armentieres.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Ploegsteert Memorial P 4

Captain Arthur John Dillon Preston
House: No 9 1899 - 1904. Regiment: Royal Dublin Fusiliers.
Died: 15 August 1915 aged 30 in Turkey. Killed in action at Suvla Bay.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Azmak Cemetery Suvla SP MEM 50

Lieutenant Harry Ryland Priestley
House: No 7 1909 - 1911. Regiment: Royal Garrison Artillery.
Died: 19 June 1918 aged 23 in United Kingdom. Died in England after gas poisoning.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Perry Bar St Johns Church EAST CORNER

Captain Alick Lancelot Prince
House: No 6 1893 - 1896. Regiment: North Lancashire Regt..
Died: 08 November 1914 aged 36 in Belgium. Killed in action near Kemmel.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 41/43

Captain Norman Douglas Pringle
House: No 2 1899 - 1900. Regiment: East Yorkshire Regt..
Died: 08 August 1915 aged 31 in Turkey. Killed in action at Gallipoli.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Helles Memorial P 51/54

Captain James Edward Douglas Prothero
House: No 6 1899 - 1902. Regiment: Punjabis (I.A.).
Died: 01 August 1918 aged 34 in Iran. Died on service.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Tehran War Cemetery 1V D 14

Lieutenant Colonel John Puckle DSO
House: Sch 1884 - 1886. Regiment: Army Service Corps.
Died: 15 April 1917 aged 48 in Greece. Lost at sea on Transport 'Arcadian'.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Mikra Memorial

Private Wilfred Quihampton
House: No 3 1901 - 1903. Regiment: Australian Infantry.
Died: 19 July 1916 aged 30 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Vc Corner Australian Fromelles 11

Lieutenant Colonel Richard Bassett Cockburn Raban
House: No 7 1895 - 1898. Regiment: Royal Scots.
Died: 12 May 1916 aged 35 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Vermelles British 111 F 22

Captain Guy Benson Rathbone
House: No 4 1898 - 1902. Regiment: Gloucestershire Regt..
Died: 21 April 1916 aged 32 in Iraq. Killed in action.
Battle: Siege of Kut. Cemetery: Basra Memorial P 17

Service record: WO 339/32752

2nd Lieut Alan Paddock Ravenscroft
House: No 6 1906 - 1909. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 16 January 1917 aged 25 in United Kingdom. Accidentally killed flying in England.
Battle: Siege of Kut. Cemetery: Greenwich 3 C 7 16

Captain Talbot Reed
House: No 2 1900 - 1904. Regiment: 67th Punjabis (I.A.).
Died: 12 March 1915 aged 29 in France. Killed in action near Neuve Chapelle.
Battle: Battle of Neuve Chapelle. Cemetery: Le Touret Memorial 1 A 20

Captain William Reeves Richards
House: No 8 1904 - 1907. Regiment: Royal Dublin Fusiliers.
Died: 15 August 1915 aged 24 in Turkey. Killed in action in Gallipoli.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Green Hill Cemetery 11 B 22

Lieutenant Evan John Richardson
House: No 1 1903 - 1905. Regiment: Yorkshire Regt..
Died: 25 September 1915 aged 27 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of Loos. Cemetery: Loos Memorial P 44/45

2nd Lieut Raymond Driver Richardson
House: No 4 1911 - 1916. Regiment: Grenadier Guards.
Died: 26 April 1918 aged 20 in France. Died of wounds in France.
Battle: Battle of Loos. Cemetery: Ebblinghem Mil 1 B 22

Captain Clement Ridley-Shield
House: No 9 1901 - 1903. Regiment: Highland Light Infantry.
Died: 17 October 1916 aged 29 in France. Killed in action at Beaumont Hamel.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Louvencourt Mil Cemetery P1 RD G 14

Captain George Harold Riley
House: No 3 1906 - 1908. Regiment: Army Service Corps.
Died: 21 August 1918 aged 27 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Longuenesse St Omer V D 85

Captain Stanley Edward Ritchie
House: No 3 1910 - 1910. Regiment: H. M. S. Argus.
Died: 16 April 1919 aged 23 in United Kingdom. Accidentally killed flying in Scotland.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Dorking Cemetery 189514

2nd Lieut Ernest Woolley Roberts
House: No 4 1901 - 1903. Regiment: Lancashire Fusiliers.
Died: 12 July 1915 aged 29 in Turkey. Killed in action in Gallipoli.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Redoubt Cemetery Helles X1 C 7

Lieutenant Edgar Robinson
House: No 9 1905 - 1909. Regiment: North Lancashire Regt..
Died: 14 September 1914 aged 23 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: First Battle of the Aisne. Cemetery: La Ferte Sous Jouarre

Captain Eric Arthur Robinson
House: No 5 1898 - 1903. Regiment: Gloucestershire Regt..
Died: 10 September 1916 aged 32 in France. Died of wounds received at Guillemont.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Corbie Communal Extension PLOT 2 D 3

Lieutenant Edwin Winwood Robinson
House: No 9 1903 - 1905. Regiment: 5th Lancers.
Died: 26 October 1914 aged 27 in Belgium. Killed in action near Ypres.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Voormezele Churchyard SP MEM

Lieutenant Francis Edward Robinson
House: No 8 1909 - 1912. Regiment: South Staffordshire Regt..
Died: 27 October 1914 aged 19 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 35/37

Chaplain RN Edward Gledall Uphill Robson
House: Sch 1896 - 1901. Regiment: H. M. S. Aboukir.
Died: 22 September 1914 aged 33 in United Kingdom. Drowned in the 'Abou Kir'.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Chatham Naval Mem 1

Captain John Rodgers MC
House: No 2 1910 - 1913. Regiment: York and Lancaster Regt..
Died: 02 September 1918 aged 22 in France. Killed in action at Vreaucourt.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Gomiecourt South Cemetery 1V E 2

2nd Lieut B W Rodney
House: No 9 1905 - 1907. Regiment: Royal West Kent Regt..
Died: 21 April 1917 aged 25 in Belgium. -.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Dickebusch New Military C 12

"D" Coy. 11th Bn. Son of William and Laura Rosenthal

Captain Edward Ambrose Gordon Rogers
House: No 5 1900 - 1904. Regiment: Royal Garrison Artillery.
Died: 09 April 1916 aged 30 in United Kingdom. Killed in motor accident at Lydd.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Mawnam Churchyard Cornwall

Captain Francis Calvert Campbell Rogers MVO
House: No 7 1894 - 1900. Regiment: Duke of Cornwall's Light Inf..
Died: 15 February 1915 aged 32 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 20

MVO - Member of the Victorian Order

2nd Lieut Reginald Rogers
House: No 5 1896 - 1901. Regiment: Rifle Brigade.
Died: 15 September 1916 aged 34 in France. Killed in action at the Somme.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Serre Road Cemetery No 2 XXX111

2nd Lieut Guy Frederick Romer
House: Day 1904 - 1906. Regiment: Middlesex Regt..
Died: 03 May 1916 aged 26 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Bailleul Communal Extension 11 A 211

Major Arthur Justin Ross
House: No 4 1895 - 1898. Regiment: Royal Engineers and Sq Cmdr RFC.
Died: 02 August 1917 aged 36 in United Kingdom. Accidentally killed flying in England.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Brompton Cemetery W I 174351

Captain Bartle Davers Rushbrooke
House: No 5 1907 - 1910. Regiment: Suffolk Regt..
Died: 01 May 1915 aged 23 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 21

Captain Alfred Fletcher Corrie Rutherfoord
House: Sch 1905 - 1908. Regiment: Border Regt..
Died: 09 August 1915 aged 25 in Turkey. Killed in action at Ismail Oglu Tepe, Gallipoli.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Helles Memorial P 119/125/223

Lieutenant Noel Pendlebury Sandiford
House: Sch 1902 - 1904. Regiment: Cheshire Regt..
Died: 03 April 1917 aged 29 in France. Died of wounds in France.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery Saulty

Surgeon Edwin John Gostwyck Sargent
House: No 5 1908 - 1910. Regiment: H. M. S. Topaze.
Died: 25 June 1918 aged 25 in India. Died in hospital at Bombay.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Kirkee 1914-18 Memorial India FACE A

Trooper Ernest Wilmot Scallon
House: Day 1903 - 1909. Regiment: king Edward's Horse.
Died: 23 May 1915 aged 24 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Le Touret Memorial P 1

Captain Alister Will Henderson Scott
House: No 6 1905 - 1910. Regiment: Worcestershire Regt..
Died: 16 May 1915 aged 24 in France. Died of wounds near Ypres.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Bethune Town Cemetery 11 A 1

Surgeon Francis Charles Searle
House: No 1 1899 - 1902. Regiment: H. M. S. Good Hope.
Died: 01 November 1914 aged 30 in United Kingdom. Killed in action at Battle of Coronel.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Portsmouth Naval Memorial 1

2nd Lieut Allen Hammond Selwyn
House: No 7 1903 - 1906. Regiment: Army Service Corps.
Died: 25 January 1915 aged 25 in United Kingdom. Died of pneumonia in England.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Brompton Cemetery 8 7 172845

2nd Lieut Richard Bernard Boyle Shannon (Earl of)
House: Sch 1911 - 1915. Regiment: Royal Fusiliers.
Died: 13 April 1917 aged 20 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Arras Memorial BAY 3

2nd Lieut Gerald Alan Santor Shaw
House: No 9 1912 - 1915. Regiment: Liverpool Regt..
Died: 04 July 1917 aged 20 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Vlamertinghe New Mil Cemetery 1 E 35

Captain Valentine Shearman
House: Sch 1902 - 1906. Regiment: Royal Scots.
Died: 25 March 1918 aged 30 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Bac Du Sud Brit Cemetery I E 35

Lieutenant Commander Harding Lilford Shephard
House: No 5 1892 - 1894. Regiment: H. M. S. Viknor.
Died: 14 January 1915 aged 33 in United Kingdom. Drowned on H.M.S. Viknor.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Portsmouth Naval Memorial 7

Lieutenant Napier Guy Sheppey-Greene
House: No 3 1898 - 1902. Regiment: Royal West Kent Regt..
Died: 14 June 1918 aged 35 in France. Died of wounds near Pernois.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Pernois II. B. 6.

- Claude Edgar Greer Silcock
House: No 2 1897 - 1899. Regiment: Canadian Inf..
Died: 08 May 1915 aged 34 in Belgium. Killed in action at Ypres.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: -

Captain Arthur Leslie Simms DSO
House: No 9 1912 - 1916. Regiment: Royal Air Force.
Died: 13 July 1918 aged 21 in United Kingdom. Killed flying in England.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Stourbridge Cemetery K 192

2nd Lieut Ernest Herbert Simpson
House: Sch 1891 - 1895. Regiment: Royal Garrison Artillery.
Died: 02 October 1917 aged 42 in France. Died of wounds at St Olien.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Longuenesse St Omer 1V E 21

2nd Lieut John Parker Norfolk Simpson
House: No 3 1904 - 1908. Regiment: Royal Fusiliers.
Died: 27 May 1915 aged 25 in Belgium. Died of wounds in German hands at Iseghem.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Harlebeke New Brit X1 C 12

Lieutenant George Sisson
House: No 6 1909 - 1914. Regiment: Royal Garrison Artillery.
Died: 20 December 1917 aged 22 in France. Died of wounds as prisoner.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Caudry British Cemetery 1V B 6

Private Gustavus Frederick Sitzler
House: Sch 1908 - 1911. Regiment: East Kent Regt. (The Buffs).
Died: 28 April 1918 aged 26 in Belgium. Died of wounds near Ypres.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Esquelbecq Military Cemetery 1 A 32

2nd Lieut Percy Calud Jacomb Smith
House: Sch 1911 - 1914. Regiment: East Yorkshire Regt..
Died: 01 July 1916 aged 20 in France. Killed in action at the Somme.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial P 2C

Captain Raymond Smith
House: Sch 1903 - 1906. Regiment: Border Regt..
Died: 01 July 1916 aged 27 in France. Killed in action at the Somme.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial P 7C

Major Alfred Soames DSO
House: Sch 1873 - 1874. Regiment: East Kent Regt. (The Buffs).
Died: 13 October 1915 aged 53 in France. Killed in action near Hullock Quarries.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Loos Memorial P 15-17

Private Villiers Henry Plantagenet Somerset
House: No 1 1903 - 1909. Regiment: Canadian Inf..
Died: 23 April 1915 aged 25 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 24, 28, 30

10th Bn.
Canadian Infantry
Service Number 20375
Son of John H. W. Somerset, of "Glenwood," Bronshill Rd., Torquay, England, and the late Mary de Chair Somerset.

2nd Lieut Arthut Horace Stedman Southwell
House: No 4 1901 - 1904. Regiment: Shropshire Light Inf..
Died: 13 November 1916 aged 29 in France. Died of wounds.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Serre Road Cemetery No 2 1 A 17

Lieutenant Alfred Henry Templeman Loraine Speer
House: No 7 1908 - 1913. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 09 July 1916 aged 22 in France. Killed in action flying.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: London Cemetery Neuville Vitasse 1 C 1

2nd Lieut John James Erskine Brown Stewart
House: No 4 1900 - 1903. Regiment: Royal Scots.
Died: 12 June 1917 aged 32 in France. Died of wounds.
Battle: Battle of Messines. Cemetery: Etaples Military Cemetery XX11 C 22

2nd Lieut John Geoffrey Stobart
House: Sch 1906 - 1910. Regiment: Rifle Brigade.
Died: 15 March 1915 aged 23 in Belgium. Killed in action at St Eloi.
Battle: Battle of Messines. Cemetery: Voormezele Enclosure 3 11 E 1

Lieutenant Ellis Robert Cunliffe Stone
House: No 6 1907 - 1912. Regiment: Royal Welch Fus..
Died: 26 October 1914 aged 21 in Belgium. Killed in action at Ypres.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Pont Du Hem Mil La Gorgue 11 C 1

Captain Noel Herbert Stone MC
House: Sch 1910 - 1914. Regiment: Worcestershire Regt..
Died: 27 April 1918 aged 23 in France. Killed in action near Amiens.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Adelaide Cemetery Villiers Bretonneux 11 J 8

2nd Lieut George Whittaker Stott
House: No 9 1912 - 1917. Regiment: West Riding Regt..
Died: 08 November 1918 aged 19 in France. Died of wounds at Rouen.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: St Sever Cemetery Rouen 5 XJ 13

Major Percy Belcher Strafford
House: No 3 1882 - 1890. Regiment: West Riding Regt..
Died: 24 August 1914 aged 42 in Belgium. Killed in action at Wasmes, Belgium.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Hautrage Military Cemetery 1 C 13

Lieutenant Ernest Guy Maclean Sturt
House: No 4 1908 - 1910. Regiment: Middlesex Regt..
Died: 16 August 1916 aged 23 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Ration Farm Armentieres 11 C 3

2nd Lieut Philip Hamilton Sulivan
House: No 4 1909 - 1911. Regiment: Royal Munster Fusiliers.
Died: 27 August 1914 aged 20 in France. Killed in action at Etreux.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Etreux British Military Cemetery 11 1

Lieutenant Rudolph Vincent Surr
House: No 6 1905 - 1909. Regiment: Worcestershire Regt..
Died: 31 October 1916 aged 25 in France. Killed in action at Delville.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial P 5A/6C

Lieutenant Cecil Walter Harris Swayne
House: No 1 1910 - 1911. Regiment: Somerset Light Inf..
Died: 25 May 1917 aged 22 in India. Died at Quetta of appendicitis.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Delhi Memorial F 1

Lieutenant William Arthur Sweet-Escott
House: No 9 1912 - 1916. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 14 October 1918 aged 20 in Belgium. Killed in action at Ledenghem.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Dadizeele New British Cemetery VI.D.38

Major Spencer Maxwell Tahourdin
House: No 2 1889 - 1891. Regiment: 12th Cavalry (I.A.).
Died: 08 February 1916 aged 41 in Iraq. Died of wounds in Mesopotamia.
Battle: Siege of Kut. Cemetery: Basra Memorial

Major, 12th Cavalry, Indian Army, died on February 8th in Mesopotamia, having been wounded in action the previous day.
He was educated, first at Eagle House School, and then at Malvern, where he gained a Scholarship, and whence he passed into the Royal Military College. He passed out of Sandhurst at the head of the candidates for the Indian Army in the summer of 1895.Obituary at
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Lieutenant Sherman Trevor Tatham MC
House: No 6 1904 - 1909. Regiment: Middlesex Regt..
Died: 25 May 1919 aged 29 in United Kingdom. Died in England after operation.
Battle: Siege of Kut. Cemetery: Highgate Cemetery 75 27563

2nd Lieut George Francis Woodland Taylor
House: No 5 1911 - 1916. Regiment: Essex Regt..
Died: 04 May 1917 aged 20 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Athies Communal Cemetery Extension J9

Lieutenant Ronald Francis Taylor
House: No 3 1903 - 1907. Regiment: Shropshire Light Inf..
Died: 09 August 1915 aged 27 in Belgium. Killed in action in Flanders.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 47/49

Lieutenant Frederick George Byam Thomas
House: Sch 1907 - 1907. Regiment: Essex Regt..
Died: 06 August 1915 aged 22 in Turkey. Killed in action in Gallipoli.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Twelve Tree Copse, Dardenelles C 375

2nd Lieut John Thompson DCM
House: No 4 1908 - 1910. Regiment: Royal Flying Corps.
Died: 16 October 1916 aged 23 in France. Killed in action over enemy lines.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Lebucquiere Military cemetery 111 B 27

2nd Lieut Reginald Paul Thompson
House: Day 1902 - 1904. Regiment: Somerset Light Inf..
Died: 09 August 1916 aged 29 in Belgium. Killed in action near Ypres.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery 1X A 14

Captain Cyril Ground Thomson
House: No 7 1905 - 1908. Regiment: Somerset Yeomanry.
Died: 01 September 1918 aged 28 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Templeux Le Guerard Brit Cemetery 1 B 41

Lieutenant George Robert Thornhill MC
House: No 9 1903 - 1909. Regiment: East Kent Regt. (The Buffs).
Died: 01 October 1914 aged 23 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Ploegsteert Memorial P 2

Captain Percy Arthur Henry Thorniley MC
House: No 1 1910 - 1914. Regiment: Manchester Regt..
Died: 11 January 1917 aged 21 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Beaumont-Hamel British Cemetery P 2

Lieutenant Basil Champion Thwaites
House: Day 1889 - 1890. Regiment: Canadian Inf..
Died: 10 November 1917 aged 41 in Belgium. Killed at Passchendale.
Battle: Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele). Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 18/28/30

Major Guy Thwaites DSO
House: Day 1889 - 1890. Regiment: Army Service Corps.
Died: 29 May 1917 aged 40 in Eygpt. Drowned in Egypt.
Battle: Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele). Cemetery: Khartoum War Cemetery 10 C 16

Private John Terence Freer Tiernay
House: No 7 1905 - 1909. Regiment: Royal Warwickshire Regt..
Died: 22 July 1916 aged 26 in France. Killed in action near Delville Wood.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial P 9A, 9B, 10B

Major Charles Arthur Tisdall
House: Day 1889 - 1892. Regiment: Irish Guards.
Died: 01 September 1914 aged 39 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Guards Grave Villers Cotterets Forest 11 2

Captain Geoffrey Tomes
House: No 8 1898 - 1901. Regiment: 53rd Sikhs (I.A.).
Died: 09 August 1915 aged 31 in Turkey. Killed in action in Gallipoli.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Helles Memorial P 263

2nd Lieut Henry Angrave Cecil Topham
House: No 2 1906 - 1910. Regiment: I. A. att Welch Regt..
Died: 25 May 1915 aged 24 in France. Died of wounds at Bailleul.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Bailleul Communal Extension 1 F 36

Captain Cecil Thomas Tuff
House: No 6 1899 - 1904. Regiment: West Kent Regt..
Died: 18 April 1915 aged 30 in Belgium. Killed in action at Hill 60.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 45/47

2nd Lieut Frank Noel Tuff
House: No 6 1904 - 1908. Regiment: East Kent Yeomanry.
Died: 05 November 1915 aged 26 in Malta. Died of wounds at Malta.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Pieta Mil Cemetery D 2 1

Lieutenant Warren Geoffrey Dalton Turner
House: No 2 1911 - 1914. Regiment: Middlesex Regt..
Died: 24 May 1917 aged 22 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Arras Flying Services Memorial

Captain Charles Noel Walker Tyacke
House: No 5 1898 - 1902. Regiment: Duke of Cornwall's Light Inf..
Died: 23 March 1918 aged 35 in France. Killed in action at Ham-sur-Somme.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Ham British Cemetery, Muille Villette 11 A 7

Captain Wyvill Charles Spinola Uppleby
House: No 7 1898 - 1900. Regiment: Royal Sussex Regt..
Died: 09 February 1918 aged 35 in France. Died of wounds.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Crois Du Bac Brit Steenwerck 1 E 5

Lieutenant Colonel Henry Alan Vallings
House: Day 1879 - 1881. Regiment: Indian Army.
Died: 14 July 1915 aged 49 in Africa. Killed in action in E. Africa.
Battle: East African Campaign. Cemetery: Taveta Military Cemetery V1 B 2

2nd Lieut Lancelot Andrews Vidal
House: Sch 1901 - 1906. Regiment: Ox & Bucks Light Inf..
Died: 25 September 1915 aged 28 in France. Killed in action at Givenchy.
Battle: Battle of Loos. Cemetery: Loos Memorial Panel 83 to 85.

3rd Bn. attd. 2nd Bn.
Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry
Surname shows as Vidall in the cwgc website.

Captain Mark Hamilton Vincent
House: Sch 1898 - 1899. Regiment: 33rd Punjabis (I.A.).
Died: 01 October 1915 aged 31 in France. Died of wounds received at Fauquissart.
Battle: Battle of Loos. Cemetery: Merville Communal V A 21

Captain Vivian Hugh Nicholas Wadham
House: No 5 1905 - 1910. Regiment: Hampshire Regt. / RFC.
Died: 17 January 1916 aged 25 in Belgium. Killed in action flying in Flanders.
Battle: Battle of Loos. Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial L X 11 C 5

Major Harold Wadlow
House: No 3 1893 - 1897. Regiment: Royal Garrison Artillery.
Died: 24 July 1916 aged 37 in France. Killed in action near Fricourt.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Dantzig Alley Brit Cemetery Mametz

Lieutenant Bruno Wolfgang Wahl
House: No 6 1891 - 1892. Regiment: 28th Light Cavalry (I.A.).
Died: 28 September 1916 aged in Iran. Killed in action in Persia.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Tehran War Cemetery

Lieutenant Aubrey John Waley
House: No 2 1909 - 1913. Regiment: Royal Fusiliers.
Died: 31 July 1917 aged 22 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele). Cemetery: Ypres Menin Gate P 6-8

2nd Lieut Lawrence Hall Walker
House: No 5 1907 - 1910. Regiment: Bedfordshire Regt..
Died: 12 October 1916 aged 23 in France. Killed in action at the Somme.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Caterpillar Valley Longueval V111 H 16

Lieutenant Stuart Annesley Wallace
House: No 7 1907 - 1912. Regiment: Royal Garrison Artillery.
Died: 31 May 1917 aged 23 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Henin Communal Extensiom 1 D 16

2nd Lieut Thomas Hardy Whalley Waller
House: No 3 1910 - 1915. Regiment: Gloucestershire Regt..
Died: 22 October 1917 aged 21 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Battle: Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele). Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial P 72-75

Lieutenant Richard Walmesley
House: No 5 1906 - 1906. Regiment: Yorkshire Regt..
Died: 21 October 1914 aged 24 in Belgium. Killed in action at Ypres.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Aeroplane Cemetery 1 E 15

Major George Bernard Ward MC
House: No 5 1907 - 1908. Regiment: 10 Sq. R. A. F..
Died: 21 September 1917 aged 26 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: First Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Chocques Mil Cemetery V C 4

MC with Bar Biography

2nd Lieut Charles Warnington
House: No 3 1911 - 1914. Regiment: East Kent Regt. (The Buffs).
Died: 03 May 1917 aged 22 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Arras Memorial B 2

Lieutenant Charles Beaumont Watson MC
House: No 2 1909 - 1913. Regiment: Machine Gun Corps.
Died: 12 July 1918 aged 24 in France. Killed in action near Puchevillers.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Puchevillers British V11 B 1

Captain Thomas Palmer Watson
House: No 2 1905 - 1910. Regiment: East Lancashire Regt..
Died: 07 March 1917 aged 26 in Iraq. Killed in action near Baghdad.
Battle: Second Battle of Arras. Cemetery: Baghdad North XX G 12

2nd Lieut John Leslie Wellesley-Miller
House: No 7 1912 - 1914. Regiment: East Kent Regt. (The Buffs).
Died: 15 September 1916 aged 19 in France. Killed in action at The Somme.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Guillemont Road Cemetery

Captain Sidney Walter Humfray Welsby
House: No 6 1905 - 1910. Regiment: Cheshire Regt..
Died: 30 April 1917 aged 26 in Iraq. Killed in action at Shatt-el-Adheim.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Basra Memorial P 14/62

2nd Lieut John Cecil Weston
House: No 5 1895 - 1898. Regiment: Queen's Westminster Rifles.
Died: 06 June 1917 aged 36 in France. Died of wounds.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Achiet Le Grand Communal Extension 1 K 1

Lieutenant Arthur Noel Whitfeld
House: No 5 1904 - 1908. Regiment: Royal Irish Rifles.
Died: 14 October 1914 aged 24 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: Battle of La Bassee. Cemetery: Vieille Chapelle New Lacouture V C 7

Captain Nigel Bernard Whitfeld
House: Sch 1904 - 1906. Regiment: 62 Sq. R. A. F..
Died: 07 July 1918 aged 27 in United Kingdom. Accidentally killed flying.
Battle: Battle of La Bassee. Cemetery: Forrest Row Cemetery Sussex 899 C

Lieutenant John Burrows Whitfield
House: No 7 1902 - 1908. Regiment: Royal Engineers.
Died: 20 January 1916 aged 27 in Belgium. Died of wounds at Hooge.
Battle: Battle of La Bassee. Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery 11 A 26

Lieutenant Richard Houlbrook Whitfield
House: No 7 1902 - 1906. Regiment: Royal Engineers.
Died: 12 May 1916 aged 29 in Belgium. Killed in action at Bailleul.
Battle: Battle of La Bassee. Cemetery: Maple Leaf Cemetery 1 13

Lieutenant John Graham Wilkinson
House: No 7 1909 - 1909. Regiment: Hampshire Regt..
Died: 20 July 1918 aged 24 in Iran. Killed in action at Reshit, Persia.
Battle: Battle of La Bassee. Cemetery: Tehran War Cemetery P 3 C 1

Gunner Edgar Stanley Willett
House: No 1 1890 - 1890. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 01 December 1917 aged in France. Died of wounds near Bapaume.
Battle: Battle of Cambrai. Cemetery: Achiet Le Grand Communal Extension 1 Q 24

Major John Willey
House: No 4 1899 - 1903. Regiment: West Riding Regt..
Died: 03 April 1918 aged 34 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Bienvillers Mil X1 C 13

Lieutenant John Dyott Willmot
House: No 3 1910 - 1914. Regiment: Worcestershire Regt..
Died: 08 July 1915 aged 20 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: Beuvry Communal 54

2nd Lieut Robert Dyott Willmot
House: No 3 1912 - 1916. Regiment: Kings Royal Rifle Corps..
Died: 17 February 1918 aged 20 in France. Killed in action.
Battle: German Spring Offensive. Cemetery: St Julien Dressing Station 111 C 1

Lieutenant Stanton Degge Wilmot-Sitwell
House: No 7 1910 - 1914. Regiment: Royal Marines Light Infantry.
Died: 14 July 1915 aged 19 in Turkey. Killed in action in Gallipoli.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Helles Memorial P 2-7

Trooper Harold John Fossick Wilson
House: No 3 1907 - 1909. Regiment: King Edward's Horse.
Died: 17 February 1919 aged 27 in United Kingdom. Died in hospital in Liverpool.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Walton And Weybridge Cemetery Surrey 2113

Lieutenant Neville Inchbald Wilson MC
House: No 2 1906 - 1911. Regiment: Royal Welch Fus..
Died: 06 April 1918 aged 26 in France. Killed in action at Aveling Wood.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Pozieres Memorial P 36/37

Lieutenant Evelyn Charles Bradley Wodehouse
House: No 9 1898 - 1902. Regiment: Bedfordshire Regt..
Died: 04 October 1917 aged 32 in Gaza. Killed in action.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Gaza War Cemetery

2nd Lieut Geoffrey Kershaw Pemberton Wood
House: No 8 1913 - 1914. Regiment: Lancashire Fusiliers.
Died: 01 November 1918 aged 19 in France. Killed in action in France.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Harlebeke New Brit 1 A 1

Lieutenant Hubert Kenneth Wood
House: No 1 1900 - 1904. Regiment: Kings African Rifles.
Died: 16 May 1917 aged 31 in Tanzania. Died of Malaria at Morogoro.
Battle: East African Campaign. Cemetery: Morogoro V11 A 12

Lieutenant Hugh Egerton Woodhouse
House: No 5 1905 - 1909. Regiment: Bedfordshire Regt..
Died: 01 March 1919 aged 28 in United Kingdom. Died after operation.
Battle: East African Campaign. Cemetery: Wandsworth Putney Vale D 4 90

Captain Walter Gordon Woodroffe
House: No 4 1907 - 1912. Regiment: Middlesex Regt..
Died: 16 September 1916 aged 22 in France. Killed in action at the Somme.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Bronfay Farm Bray Sur Somme 11 O 4

Captain Edmond Lancelot Wright
House: No 5 1897 - 1901. Regiment: Shropshire Light Inf..
Died: 16 July 1916 aged 33 in France. Died of wounds at the Somme.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: La Neuville Brit Corbie 1 C 7

Lieutenant Cecil Hubert Wright-Ingle
House: No 2 1896 - 1903. Regiment: Royal Fusiliers.
Died: 30 April 1916 aged 33 in France. Killed in action near Wulverghem.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Ration Farm Armentieres 11 G 4

Captain Eric Ralph Lovatt Wynne
House: Sch 1911 - 1914. Regiment: 10th Gurkha Rifles (I.A.).
Died: 26 October 1918 aged 21 in Iraq. Killed in action at Mushak.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Basra Memorial P 57

Captain Robert Charles Byam Yates
House: No 7 1893 - 1894. Regiment: 4th Gurkhas (I.A.).
Died: 20 December 1914 aged 36 in France. Killed in action at Festubert.
Battle: Battle of the Somme. Cemetery: Neuve-Chapelle Memorial P 25/27


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