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.
The records can be filtered and/or sorted by house, age, date, place etc by clicking on the appropriate drop down box and then the 'View' button. The original memorial book entry can be seen by clicking on the person's picture.
|Forename||Surname||House||Period||Rank||Regiment||Date Died||Age||Cause||Battle||Country||Cemetery / Memorial||Grave Ref||Further Info|
|Eric Goward||Abbott||No 9||1904 - 1909||2nd Lieut||South Staffordshire Regt.||16 March 1917||25||Killed in action near Gommecourt||France||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 .
“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.
Medal Card: WO 372/1/1440
Service record: WO 374/20
Unit War Diary: WO 95/2686/1
|Richard Paterson||Agar||No 6||1909 - 1915||2nd Lieut||Seaforth Highlanders||14 October 1916||20||Killed in action||Battle of the Somme||France||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.
"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".
Service Record: WO 339/57485
Medal Card: WO 372/1/26326
Unit War Diary: WO 95/1483/5 (1916 July 1 - 1916 Dec 31)
|Alban Charles Phidias||Arnold||Sch||1906 - 1910||2nd Lieut||Royal Fusiliers||07 July 1916||24||Killed in action at the Somme||Battle of the Somme||France||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
Wisden on the Great War:
Final Wicket: Test and First Class Cricketers Killed in the Great War By Nigel McCrery
Medal card: WO 372/1/118329
8 Bn Royal Fusiliers (1915 June - 1918 Feb) War Diary: WO 95/1857/1
|Norman Henry||Aste||No 6||1903 - 1906||2nd Lieut||Royal Garrison Artillery||04 August 1916||27||Killed in action at Albert||Battle of the Somme||France||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
|Henry Parkyns Bridge||Baines||No 7||1896 - 1898||2nd Lieut||Gloucestershire Regt.||03 February 1917||36||Killed in action||Iraq||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.
|James Elliot||Balfour-Melville||No 5||1896 - 1901||2nd Lieut||Black Watch||25 September 1915||33||Killed in action at Loos||Battle of Loos||France||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
|Holroyd Birkett||Barker||No 3||1900 - 1903||2nd Lieut||Royal Garrison Artillery||15 August 1917||31||Died at Salonica||Greece||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
|Edward Charles Vulliamy||Battle||No 9||1909 - 1912||2nd Lieut||Worcestershire Regt.||21 October 1914||20||Killed in action near Lille||France||Le Touret Memorial||
Biography at Bedales: http://www.bedales.org.uk/home/wwi/edward-charles-vulliamy-battle-17111894-21101914
Service record: WO 339/11139
Geni profile: https://www.geni.com/people/Edward-Charles-Battle/6000000007104002761
|Frank Allyn||Benitz||No 3||1907 - 1910||2nd Lieut||Royal Flying Corps||05 August 1918||25||Accidentally killed flying||United Kingdom||Gainsborough General Cemetery||C 117|| Biography: http://www.benitz.com/BzFrankA1893/BzFrankA1893.html
|Vivian Wilfred||Bennett||No 9||1910 - 1915||2nd Lieut||Royal Engineers||21 October 1917||21||Killed in action||France||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.
Service record: WO 339/55508
|Patrick Edward Adam||Blair||No 5||1907 - 1911||2nd Lieut||Black Watch||29 October 1914||21||Killed in action near Gheluvelt||First Battle of Ypres||Belgium||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: http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205290693
|Harry Wittenbury||Bone||No 1||1911 - 1913||2nd Lieut||South Staffordshire Regt.||25 September 1915||19||Killed in action at Loos||Battle of Loos||France||Loos Memorial||P 73-76|| 1st Bn. South Staffordshire Regiment
Son of H. Peters Bone and Lilian Maude Bone, of 5, Hamilton Mansions, Hove, Sussex.
Service record: WO 339/42473
|Hugh William||Bostock||No 2||1901 - 1903||2nd Lieut||South Staffordshire Regt.||12 July 1915||29||Killed in action at Wulverghem||France||St Quentin Cabaret Cemetery||1 E 14|
|William Carroll||Bower||No 6||1910 - 1914||2nd Lieut||Royal Lancaster Regt.||09 August 1916||20||Died in France||Belgium||Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery||1X A 15|
|Guy||Bracher||No 3||1903 - 1907||2nd Lieut||East Kent Regt. (The Buffs)||03 July 1916||27||Killed in action near Albert||Battle of the Somme||France||Aveluy Communal Extension||F 42|
|Crawford Charles||Brouncker||No 7||1912 - 1915||2nd Lieut||211 Sq. R. A. F.||04 November 1918||20||Killed over German lines||Hundred Days Allied Offensive||France||Arras Flying Services Memorial|
|Gervas Frederick||Bullock||Sch||1895 - 1900||2nd Lieut||South Wales Borderers||31 July 1917||35||Killed in action at Pilkem Ridge||Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele)||Belgium||Ypres Menin Gate||P 22|
|John Heywood||Burgoyne||No 9||1911 - 1915||2nd Lieut||Royal Field Artillery||31 October 1916||19||Killed in action||Battle of the Somme||France||Aveluy Communal Extension||L 46|
|Edward William||Burke||No 2||1911 - 1915||2nd Lieut||70 Sq. R. F. C.||14 September 1916||19||Killed in action in France||Battle of the Somme||France||Gezaincourt Communal Extension||1 E 12|
|Ronald Hugh||Carden||No 3||1908 - 1912||2nd Lieut||Wiltshire Regt.||14 March 1915||21||Killed in action||France||Le Touret Memorial||P47|
|Arthur John Edward||Carey||No 1||1909 - 1914||2nd Lieut||Gordon Highlanders||22 August 1917||22||Killed in action in France||France||Tyne Cot Memorial||P 135-136|
|Ronald William St. George||Cartwright||No 9||1908 - 1910||2nd Lieut||16 Sq. R. A. F.||26 February 1918||24||Killed in action in France||France||Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension||V1 J B|
|Hugh Lancelot||Cass||No 2||1904 - 1909||2nd Lieut||South Wales Borderers||19 June 1915||24||Killed in action at Dardanelles||Gallipoli Campaign||Turkey||Twelve Tree Copse, Dardenelles|
|Arthur Ardagh||Cassidy||No 3||1904 - 1907||2nd Lieut||South African Inf.||19 July 1917||27||Killed in action at Narlingombi, G.E.A.||East African Campaign||Africa||Dar-Es Salaam|
|Ambrose Childs||Clarke||No 2||1910 - 1914||2nd Lieut||Leicestershire Regt.||09 May 1915||19||Killed in action||Second Battle of Ypres||Belgium||Packhorse Farm West Vlaanderen||F 1|
|Charles St Aubyn||Clarke||Sch||1912 - 1914||2nd Lieut||Indian Army||30 July 1918||20||Died at Agra||India||Agra|| He died at Station Hospital, Agra, Bengal, India, from endocarditis.
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.
He was a 2nd Lieutenant in November 1917 in the Indian Army.
Sevice Record: WO 339/76041 Machine Gun Corps
Lieutenant 74th Punjabis ?
|John Osborne Price||Clarkson||No 6||1910 - 1914||2nd Lieut||13th Hussars||10 March 1917||22||Killed in action||British capture Baghdad||Iraq||Basra Memorial||P 1|| 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.
|Carleton Lumley St. Clair||Clery||No 3||1910 - 1913||2nd Lieut||Liverpool Regt.||12 March 1915||20||Killed in action at Richebourg||France||Richebourg Le Touret||Richebourg-St. Vaast Churchyard Mem.|
|Charles Ernest||Cooke||No 2||1899 - 1902||2nd Lieut||Royal Irish Fusiliers||01 May 1915||31||Killed in action||Second Battle of Ypres||Belgium||Ypres Menin Gate||P 42|
|Arthur Miles Gilpin||Cooper||No 7||1900 - 1902||2nd Lieut||Royal Berks' Regt.||23 October 1916||31||Died||United Kingdom||Hollybush Memorial Southampton||P 104|
|George Frederick Francis||Corbet||No 4||1912 - 1914||2nd Lieut||Welch Regt.||29 January 1916||19||Died of wounds||United Kingdom||Brookwood Cemetery London||2177036|
|Jack Baxter||Coulson||No 3||1908 - 1910||2nd Lieut||Lincolnshire Regt.||20 June 1916||22||Died of wounds||France||Le Treport||P2 RO G13|
|Hugh||Cuthbertson||No 5||1904 - 1909||2nd Lieut||Royal Garrison Artillery||14 April 1918||28||Killed in France||France||Fouquieres||11 E 3|
|Cyril Francis||Davenport||No 4||1911 - 1914||2nd Lieut||Hampshire Regt.||02 August 1916||19||Accidentally killed at Bethune||Battle of the Somme||France||Bethune Town Cemetery||111 K 37|
|Digby Caleb Cecil||Dickinson||No 5||1912 - 1916||2nd Lieut||South Wales Borderers||18 August 1918||21||Killed in action at Outersteen||Hundred Days Allied Offensive||France||Borre British Cemetery||11 G 38|
|Kenneth Curling||Doddrell||No 9||1913 - 1915||2nd Lieut||Wiltshire Regt.||07 October 1918||20||Killed in action in France||Hundred Days Allied Offensive||France||Ramleh War Cemetery||U 22|
|Roger Gillespie||Drysdale||No 1||1902 - 1906||2nd Lieut||Royal Warwickshire Regt.||15 April 1915||27||Died in England||United Kingdom||Lymington||2466|
|Ernest Christopher||Elmhirst||No 2||1909 - 1911||2nd Lieut||West Riding Regt.||12 August 1915||21||Killed in action at Suvla Bay||Gallipoli Campaign||Turkey||Helles Memorial||117-119|
|John Paxman||Everitt||No 8||1910 - 1914||2nd Lieut||West Yorkshire Regt.||01 July 1916||20||Killed in action near Serre||Battle of the Somme||France||Thiepval Memorial||P 2A 2C 2D|
|Frank Jefferson||Farnham||No 4||1908 - 1912||2nd Lieut||Royal Garrison Artillery||14 April 1917||24||Accidentally killed at Boyelles||Second Battle of Arras||France||Boyelles Communal Cemetery Extension||1 C 1|
|Charles Frederick||Fearn||No 5||1911 - 1914||2nd Lieut||Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers||04 July 1915||19||Killed in action in France||France||Arras Memorial||BAY 1|
|Geoffrey Herbert||Fisher||Sch||1902 - 1906||2nd Lieut||Sherwood Foresters||25 October 1915||27||Died of wounds in France||France||Etaples Military Cemetery||1 A 13|
|Eric Murray||Forster||No 2||1909 - 1911||2nd Lieut||Essex Regt.||03 May 1917||22||Killed in action in France||Second Battle of Arras||France||Athies Communal Cemetery Extension||K 2|
|Francis Neville Wilson||Fox||No 2||1908 - 1914||2nd Lieut||Welch Regt.||31 July 1917||23||Killed in action||Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele)||Belgium||New Irish Farm||XXV F 11|
|Thomas Noel||Fox||No 4||1910 - 1914||2nd Lieut||Somerset Light Inf.||12 December 1918||22||Died in Bulgaria||Bulgaria||Sofia War Cemetery||111 C 7|
|Frank Ernest Allen||Freeman||No 7||1911 - 1915||2nd Lieut||Royal Field Artillery||21 March 1918||21||Killed in action||German Spring Offensive||France||Pozieres Memorial||P 7-10|
|Howard Raymond||Gillett||No 4||1914 - 1916||2nd Lieut||Royal Naval Air Service Manston||06 April 1918||19||Killed flying in England||United Kingdom||Hampstead||WC 620|
|Hubert Taylor||Grindley||No 1||1910 - 1914||2nd Lieut||Royal Engineers||19 October 1915||19||Killed in action in France||Battle of Hohenzollern Redoubt||Belgium||Brandhoek Military Cemetery||I E 28|
|Cyril Stuart||Guest||No 8||1908 - 1911||2nd Lieut||South Staffordshire Regt.||04 August 1916||22||Accidentally killed at Salonika||Greece||Karasouli Military Cemetery||D 820|
|Arthur Leslie||Gwynne-Jones||No 2||1912 - 1915||2nd Lieut||Royal Garrison Artillery||04 May 1918||21||Killed in action in Flanders||Belgium||Brandhoek New Military No. 3||111 B 37|
|Wallace George||Hardman||Sch||1911 - 1914||2nd Lieut||Manchester Regt.||09 January 1917||20||Killed in action near Kut||Iraq||Amara War Cemetery||XX1 D 11|
|Francis Leslie||Hastings-Medhurst||No 6||1909 - 1913||2nd Lieut||Worcestershire Regt.||17 October 1914||19||Killed in action||Battle of La Bassee||France||Le Touret Memorial||P 1718|
|Charles Nicholls||Hathorn||No 6||1908 - 1913||2nd Lieut||North Lancashire Regt.||10 August 1915||21||Killed in action in Gallipoli||Gallipoli Campaign||Turkey||Helles Memorial||P 152-154|
|Richard Browne||Heagerty||No 6||1909 - 1913||2nd Lieut||London Regt.||03 May 1917||22||Killed in action||Second Battle of Arras||France||Arras Memorial||BAY 3|
|Abraham Rhodes||Hebblethwaite||No 9||1908 - 1913||2nd Lieut||Royal Field Artillery||03 October 1915||21||Killed in action in France||Battle of Loos||France||Le Touret Memorial||11 H 28|
|Sidney Hannaford||Hellyer||No 5||1904 - 1906||2nd Lieut||East Yorkshire Regt.||08 May 1915||26||Died of wounds at Boulogne||United Kingdom||St Mary's Brixham||SE corner|
|Malcolm Arnold||Hepburn||No 7||1905 - 1910||2nd Lieut||Seaforth Highlanders||30 November 1914||22||Killed in action||Belgium||Berks Cemetery Extension||111 D 8|
|Robert Aubrey||Hildyard||No 6||1911 - 1915||2nd Lieut||Royal Lancaster Regt.||20 December 1916||19||Killed in action||France||Peronne Road Cemetery, Maricourt||111 B 22|
|Arthur Moberly||Hill||Sch||1909 - 1911||2nd Lieut||Somerset Light Inf.||09 April 1917||22||Killed in action at Arras||Second Battle of Arras||France||Arras Memorial||BAY 1|
|Beresford Winnington||Hill||No 6||1905 - 1911||2nd Lieut||59 Sq. R. F. C.||04 March 1917||25||Killed in action near Monchy-au-Bois||France||Berles New Military||1 A 7|
|Evelyn Melville Shovel||Hoare||Sch||1903 - 1907||2nd Lieut||East Kent Regt. (The Buffs)||28 March 1918||29||Killed in action in France||German Spring Offensive||France||Pozieres Memorial||P 16|
|Herbert Edward||Hobbs||No 2||1910 - 1913||2nd Lieut||Northumberland Fus.||25 May 1915||21||Killed in action in France||France||Ypres Menin Gate||P 8-12|
|Alexis Cowper||Honey||No 2||1913 - 1917||2nd Lieut||Worcestershire Regt.||10 February 1918||20||Died of wounds||France||Etaples Military Cemetery||XXV111 E 9|
|Edwin Charles||Irish||No 7||1913 - 1916||2nd Lieut||East Lancashire Regt.||26 December 1917||19||Killed in action||Belgium||Tyne Cot Memorial||P 77-79 163A|
|William Henry||Irvine||No 6||1911 - 1915||2nd Lieut||Royal Flying Corps||25 October 1916||19||Accidentally killed flying in England||United Kingdom||St Brides Major Glamorgan|
|Arthur Stannas||Jagger||No 2||1913 - 1916||2nd Lieut||Royal Welch Fus.||01 October 1918||20||Died of wounds near Bois de Biez||Hundred Days Allied Offensive||France||Chocques Mil Cemetery||111 B 16|
|Harold Crossley||Jowett||No 3||1913 - 1916||2nd Lieut||Lancashire Fusiliers||01 September 1918||20||Killed in action||Hundred Days Allied Offensive||France||Bancourt British Cemetery||V11 D 1|
|Walter Fischer||Keep||No 3||1897 - 1901||2nd Lieut||Hampshire Regt.||07 June 1917||35||Killed in action||Battle of Messines||Belgium||Bus House Cemetery||A 20|
|Percy Ernald||Lane||No 5||1895 - 1897||2nd Lieut||Canadian Inf.||08 May 1915||34||Killed in action at Ypres||Second Battle of Ypres||Belgium||Ypres Menin Gate||P 10|
|Thomas Edward||Lawrence||Sch||1913 - 1916||2nd Lieut||Royal Sussex Regt.||24 September 1918||19||Died of wounds near Peronne||Hundred Days Allied Offensive||France||Doingt Comminal Extension||1 B 38|
|Ashley Gordon Scott||Leggatt||No 6||1900 - 1902||2nd Lieut||Royal Field Artillery||16 September 1916||31||Killed in action||Battle of the Somme||France||Thistle Dump Longueval||C 22|
|Maurice Aden||Ley||No 2||1910 - 1913||2nd Lieut||East Kent Regt. (The Buffs)||01 November 1914||19||Killed in action at Ypres||First Battle of Ypres||France||White House Cemetery St Jean Les Ypres||111 P 30|
|George Hood||Lofthouse||No 1||1900 - 1903||2nd Lieut||East Yorkshire Regt.||23 April 1917||32||Killed in action near Cherisy||Second Battle of Arras||France||Arras Memorial||BAY 4/5|
|William Herbert Berkeley||Long||No 4||1913 - 1917||2nd Lieut||Royal Garrison Artillery||31 May 1918||20||Died of wounds near Gezaincourt||France||Bagneux Brit Cemetery Gezaincourt||11 C 17|
|Richard Sackville||Lovett-Thomas||No 4||1911 - 1915||2nd Lieut||Royal Field Artillery||11 March 1917||20||Died of wounds||France||Hebuterne Mil Cemetery||111 Q 1|
|Hugh Turner||Macan||No 6||1900 - 1905||2nd Lieut||Middlesex Regt.||23 March 1918||32||Killed in action in France||German Spring Offensive||France||Arras Memorial||BAY 7|
|Thomas Charles Stuart||MacGregor||No 6||1910 - 1914||2nd Lieut||Highland Light Infantry||08 June 1917||21||Killed in action at Messines||Battle of Messines||France||Arras Flying Services Memorial|
|Ambrose||Marshall||No 1||1893 - 1894||2nd Lieut||Herefordshire Regt.||15 April 1917||Killed in action||Second Battle of Arras||France||Bailleul Road East St Lauren Blagny||IC 31|
|Hugh Peter Egerton Mesnard||Melly||No 3||1911 - 1914||2nd Lieut||Royal Lancaster Regt.||01 July 1916||20||Killed in action at the Somme||Battle of the Somme||France||Sucrerie Mil Cemetery Colincamps||1 H 11|
|Richard Gerald||Milburn||No 4||1905 - 1912||2nd Lieut||East Surrey Regt.||09 February 1915||22||Killed in action||Belgium||Perth Cemetery China Wall||1V A 3|
|Mansfield Charles Nightingale||Mills||Sch||1905 - 1906||2nd Lieut||Royal Engineers||29 December 1915||24||Killed in action in France||France||Cite Bonjean Armentieres||1XD 72|
|John Torrington||Morris||No 1||1909 - 1913||2nd Lieut||Royal Welch Fus.||15 May 1915||19||Killed in action at Festubert||Battle of Festubert||France||Guards Cemetery Windy Corner Cuinchy||1V G 18|
|Basil||Muir||No 3||1911 - 1914||2nd Lieut||Worcestershire Regt.||16 June 1915||19||Killed in action in Flanders||Belgium||Ypres Menin Gate||P 34|
|William Leslie||Murray||Sch||1913 - 1916||2nd Lieut||2 FTS RAF||26 October 1916||18||Accidentally killed||United Kingdom||St Germain Marske In Cleveland||E 29|
|Hugh Hathorn||Nicholson||Sch||1897 - 1901||2nd Lieut||Cheshire Regt.||25 May 1915||31||Killed in action||Second Battle of Ypres||Belgium||Ypres Menin Gate||19-22|
|Norris Heatley||Noble||No 5||1910 - 1914||2nd Lieut||Kings Royal Rifle Corps.||15 August 1916||19||Died of wounds received at Abbeville||Battle of the Somme||France||Abbeville Communal||V1 H 3|
|Harold Mitford||Norsworthy||Sch||1900 - 1902||2nd Lieut||East Kent Regt. (The Buffs)||18 March 1917||31||Killed in action||France||Maroc British Cemetery Grenay||1 P 4|
|Charles Gordon||Oliver||No 7||1903 - 1907||2nd Lieut||Devon Regt.||15 October 1915||25||Killed in action in France||France||Chocques Mil Cemetery||1 F 11|
|Arthur Denzil||Onslow MC||Sch||1900 - 1906||2nd Lieut||Royal Warwickshire Regt.||12 August 1916||29||Killed in action at Bazentin-le-Petit||Battle of the Somme||France||Thiepval Memorial||P 9A, 9B, 10B|
|Walter Selwyn||Orpen||Sch||1908 - 1911||2nd Lieut||Lancashire Fusiliers||06 July 1916||23||Killed in action near Fricourt||Battle of the Somme||France||Thiepval Memorial||P 3C, 3D|
|John Gilbert||Overman||No 3||1911 - 1913||2nd Lieut||Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry||09 September 1918||22||Killed in action at Chapel Hill||Hundred Days Allied Offensive||France||Gouzeaucourt New British||1 H 8|
|Maurice Murray||Pearson||No 3||1905 - 1910||2nd Lieut||Worcester Yeomanry||23 April 1916||25||Killed in action at Oehratina, Egypt||Egypt||Jerusalem Memorial||P 3/5|
|George Douglas||Pechell||No 7||1905 - 1908||2nd Lieut||66 Sq. R. F. C.||21 December 1916||25||Accidentally killed flying||United Kingdom||Bristol Canford Cemetery||SEC F 2B|
|Kenneth Hugh||Pegg||Sch||1904 - 1909||2nd Lieut||Leicestershire Regt.||20 February 1916||25||Killed in action in Persian Gulf||Iraq||Basra Memorial||P 12|
|Maurice Case||Perks||Day||1898 - 1901||2nd Lieut||North Lancashire Regt.||26 April 1917||30||Killed in action at St Quentin||Second Battle of Arras||France||St Quentin Cabaret Cemetery||11 D 6|
|Stanley Fitzherbert||Porter||No 3||1913 - 1916||2nd Lieut||Royal Flying Corps||06 June 1917||19||Accidentally killed||United Kingdom||Sefton, St Helens, Lancs|
|Alan Paddock||Ravenscroft||No 6||1906 - 1909||2nd Lieut||Royal Field Artillery||16 January 1917||25||Accidentally killed flying in England||United Kingdom||Greenwich||3 C 7 16|
|Raymond Driver||Richardson||No 4||1911 - 1916||2nd Lieut||Grenadier Guards||26 April 1918||20||Died of wounds in France||France||Ebblinghem Mil||1 B 22|
|Ernest Woolley||Roberts||No 4||1901 - 1903||2nd Lieut||Lancashire Fusiliers||12 July 1915||29||Killed in action in Gallipoli||Gallipoli Campaign||Turkey||Redoubt Cemetery Helles||X1 C 7|
|B W||Rodney||No 9||1905 - 1907||2nd Lieut||Royal West Kent Regt.||21 April 1917||25||-||Belgium||Dickebusch New Military||C 12||"D" Coy. 11th Bn. Son of William and Laura Rosenthal|
|Reginald||Rogers||No 5||1896 - 1901||2nd Lieut||Rifle Brigade||15 September 1916||34||Killed in action at the Somme||Battle of the Somme||France||Serre Road Cemetery No 2||XXX111|
|Guy Frederick||Romer||Day||1904 - 1906||2nd Lieut||Middlesex Regt.||03 May 1916||26||Killed in action||France||Bailleul Communal Extension||11 A 211|
|Allen Hammond||Selwyn||No 7||1903 - 1906||2nd Lieut||Army Service Corps||25 January 1915||25||Died of pneumonia in England||United Kingdom||Brompton Cemetery||8 7 172845|
|Richard Bernard Boyle||Shannon (Earl of)||Sch||1911 - 1915||2nd Lieut||Royal Fusiliers||13 April 1917||20||Killed in action||Second Battle of Arras||France||Arras Memorial||BAY 3|
|Gerald Alan Santor||Shaw||No 9||1912 - 1915||2nd Lieut||Liverpool Regt.||04 July 1917||20||Killed in action||Belgium||Vlamertinghe New Mil Cemetery||1 E 35|
|Ernest Herbert||Simpson||Sch||1891 - 1895||2nd Lieut||Royal Garrison Artillery||02 October 1917||42||Died of wounds at St Olien||France||Longuenesse St Omer||1V E 21|
|John Parker Norfolk||Simpson||No 3||1904 - 1908||2nd Lieut||Royal Fusiliers||27 May 1915||25||Died of wounds in German hands at Iseghem||Belgium||Harlebeke New Brit||X1 C 12|
|Percy Calud Jacomb||Smith||Sch||1911 - 1914||2nd Lieut||East Yorkshire Regt.||01 July 1916||20||Killed in action at the Somme||Battle of the Somme||France||Thiepval Memorial||P 2C|
|Arthut Horace Stedman||Southwell||No 4||1901 - 1904||2nd Lieut||Shropshire Light Inf.||13 November 1916||29||Died of wounds||Battle of the Somme||France||Serre Road Cemetery No 2||1 A 17|
|John James Erskine Brown||Stewart||No 4||1900 - 1903||2nd Lieut||Royal Scots||12 June 1917||32||Died of wounds||Battle of Messines||France||Etaples Military Cemetery||XX11 C 22|
|John Geoffrey||Stobart||Sch||1906 - 1910||2nd Lieut||Rifle Brigade||15 March 1915||23||Killed in action at St Eloi||Belgium||Voormezele Enclosure 3||11 E 1|
|George Whittaker||Stott||No 9||1912 - 1917||2nd Lieut||West Riding Regt.||08 November 1918||19||Died of wounds at Rouen||Hundred Days Allied Offensive||France||St Sever Cemetery Rouen||5 XJ 13|
|Philip Hamilton||Sulivan||No 4||1909 - 1911||2nd Lieut||Royal Munster Fusiliers||27 August 1914||20||Killed in action at Etreux||France||Etreux British Military Cemetery||11 1|
|George Francis Woodland||Taylor||No 5||1911 - 1916||2nd Lieut||Essex Regt.||04 May 1917||20||Killed in action in France||Second Battle of Arras||France||Athies Communal Cemetery Extension||J9|
|John||Thompson DCM||No 4||1908 - 1910||2nd Lieut||Royal Flying Corps||16 October 1916||23||Killed in action over enemy lines||Battle of the Somme||France||Lebucquiere Military cemetery||111 B 27|
|Reginald Paul||Thompson||Day||1902 - 1904||2nd Lieut||Somerset Light Inf.||09 August 1916||29||Killed in action near Ypres||Belgium||Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery||1X A 14|
|Henry Angrave Cecil||Topham||No 2||1906 - 1910||2nd Lieut||I. A. att Welch Regt.||25 May 1915||24||Died of wounds at Bailleul||France||Bailleul Communal Extension||1 F 36|
|Frank Noel||Tuff||No 6||1904 - 1908||2nd Lieut||East Kent Yeomanry||05 November 1915||26||Died of wounds at Malta||Malta||Pieta Mil Cemetery||D 2 1|
|Lancelot Andrews||Vidal||Sch||1901 - 1906||2nd Lieut||Ox & Bucks Light Inf.||25 September 1915||28||Killed in action at Givenchy||Battle of Loos||France||Loos Memorial||Panel 83 to 85.|| 3rd Bn. attd. 2nd Bn.
Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry
Surname shows as Vidall in the cwgc website.
|Lawrence Hall||Walker||No 5||1907 - 1910||2nd Lieut||Bedfordshire Regt.||12 October 1916||23||Killed in action at the Somme||Battle of the Somme||France||Caterpillar Valley Longueval||V111 H 16|
|Thomas Hardy Whalley||Waller||No 3||1910 - 1915||2nd Lieut||Gloucestershire Regt.||22 October 1917||21||Killed in action||Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele)||Belgium||Tyne Cot Memorial||P 72-75|
|Charles||Warnington||No 3||1911 - 1914||2nd Lieut||East Kent Regt. (The Buffs)||03 May 1917||22||Killed in action||Second Battle of Arras||France||Arras Memorial||B 2|
|John Leslie||Wellesley-Miller||No 7||1912 - 1914||2nd Lieut||East Kent Regt. (The Buffs)||15 September 1916||19||Killed in action at The Somme||Battle of the Somme||France||Guillemont Road Cemetery|
|John Cecil||Weston||No 5||1895 - 1898||2nd Lieut||Queen's Westminster Rifles||06 June 1917||36||Died of wounds||France||Achiet Le Grand Communal Extension||1 K 1|
|Robert Dyott||Willmot||No 3||1912 - 1916||2nd Lieut||Kings Royal Rifle Corps.||17 February 1918||20||Killed in action||France||St Julien Dressing Station||111 C 1|
|Geoffrey Kershaw Pemberton||Wood||No 8||1913 - 1914||2nd Lieut||Lancashire Fusiliers||01 November 1918||19||Killed in action in France||Hundred Days Allied Offensive||France||Harlebeke New Brit||1 A 1|
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