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|
|John Bernard Pye||Adams||No 8||1904 - 1909||Captain||Royal Welch Fus.||27 February 1917||27||Died of wounds||France||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 at
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 at:
Biography at https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/192079 and at http://forgottenpoetsofww1.blogspot.de/2014/11/bernard-adams-1890-1916-british.html and at back of his book.
Service record: WO 339/14873
Extracts at: http://www.stanwardine.com/malvernww1/servicerecords/Bernard_Adams_Service_Record.pdf
Unit War Diary: WO 95/1665/1
|Charles John Henry||Adamson||No 5||1904 - 1909||Captain||Northumberland Fus.||20 September 1917||27||Killed in action||Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele)||Belgium||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
Medal Card: WO 372/1/20315
Unit War Diary: WO 95/2182/4 (1915 Aug - 1917 Oct)
|George Lechmere||Anson||No 6||1898 - 1900||Captain||Sherwood Foresters||02 October 1914||31||Killed in action at Ennetieres||Belgium||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
|Henry Metcalfe||Appleton||No 4||1891 - 1894||Captain||Dragoon Guards||26 January 1918||43||Died at Aldershot||United Kingdom||Aldershot Mil Cemetery||AG 369|| 1st (King's) Dragoon Guards
Son of Henry and Georgina Appleton
|Edward Dannett||Asbury||No 4||1913 - 1916||Captain||49 Sq. R. A. F.||24 September 1918||19||Killed in action near Sulesmes||Hundred Days Allied Offensive||France||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.
Service record: AIR 76/12/17 and AIR 79/771/85242
|Rupert Charles Bambridge||Bambridge DSO||No 9||1905 - 1909||Captain||Royal Fusiliers||23 May 1918||27||Died of wounds||France||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
|Fergusson||Barclay||Sch||1892 - 1893||Captain||Royal Air Force||07 December 1918||41||Died after accident||United Kingdom||Weston-Super-Mare cemetery||4067|| Service record:
|Wilfrid Saxby||Barham||No 6||1909 - 1913||Captain||East Kent Regt. (The Buffs)||10 October 1915||21||Died of wounds at Poperinghe||Belgium||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
|Osborn||Barlow||No 1||1898 - 1900||Captain||South Staffordshire Regt.||17 April 1918||35||Died of wounds in France||France||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
|Bertram Leeds Thomas||Barnett||No 5||1889 - 1892||Captain||Army Service Corps||18 April 1915||40||Died at Aldershot||United Kingdom||Aldershot Military Cemetery||AH 338|| Date of birth: 21.6.1875
M.A. of 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
|Frederick Leycester||Barwell||No 3||1910 - 1914||Captain||40 Sq. R. F. C.||29 April 1917||22||Killed in action||Second Battle of Arras||France||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
|James Clifford Aveling||Bell||Sch||1908 - 1911||Captain||Royal Field Artillery||30 May 1918||24||Killed in Air Raid in hospital at Doullens||France||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
|Christopher||Bethell||No 6||1898 - 1901||Captain||Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry||20 February 1916||32||Killed in action at Armentieres||France||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
|Arthur Rushton||Bickham||No 2||1900 - 1902||Captain||Royal Garrison Artillery||15 February 1919||34||Died||United Kingdom||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
|Gordon Home||Blackader||Sch||1900 - 1901||Captain||Canadian Inf.||10 August 1916||31||Died of wounds near Zillebeke||Canada||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
|George Penderell||Blake||No 7||1893 - 1898||Captain||Welch Fusiliers||21 July 1916||37||Killed in action||Battle of the Somme||France||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
|James Robert||Blake||Day||1909 - 1911||Captain||Worcestershire Regt.||25 March 1918||25||Killed in action in France||German Spring Offensive||France||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
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.
Service Record: WO 374/7021
|Norman Pilkington||Blake||No 2||1905 - 1908||Captain||East Yorkshire Regt.||14 July 1916||26||Killed in action at Longueval||Battle of the Somme||France||Quarry Mem. Montauban||111. D 6|| 8th Bn. East Yorkshire Regiment
Born 13 March 1890
Experience: Ceylon Platers Rifle Corps & Malvern College Cadet Corps
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Eustace Blake. Educated at Malvern College. 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
Service record: WO 339/40971
|Noel Charles||Boosey||No 5||1905 - 1910||Captain||The Queens Regt.||22 July 1915||24||Died of wounds||France||Chocques Mil Cemetery||1 B 19|| 22nd Bn. London Regiment
Son of Arthur and Lucy A. Boosey, of "The Cedars," Bromley Common, Bromley, Kent.
|George Clark||Briggs||No 3||1893 - 1896||Captain||Royal Scots Fusliers||14 September 1914||36||Killed in action at Vailly-sur-Aisne||First Battle of the Aisne||France||Vailly British||111 A 26|
|Charles Norman||Brockbank||Sch||1899 - 1901||Captain||Liverpool Regt.||01 July 1916||32||Killed in action||Battle of the Somme||France||Dantzig Alley Brit Cemetery Mametz||V U 8|
|Thomas Pownall||Brocklehurst||Sch||1900 - 1904||Captain||Royal West Surrey Regt.||01 July 1916||30||Killed in action at the Somme||Battle of the Somme||France||Dantzig Alley Brit Cemetery Mametz||Z D 9|
|Stanley Forrester||Browning||Sch||1910 - 1914||Captain||41 Sq. R. F. C.||03 May 1917||21||Killed in action||Belgium||Tyne Cot Memorial||LX111 D 5|
|Robert Stanley||Bullock||No 6||1902 - 1907||Captain||27th Punjabis Inf. (I. A.)||17 April 1916||27||Killed in action at Beit Aiessa||India||Basra Memorial||P 54|
|Francis Thomas Darrel||Cade||No 9||1909 - 1914||Captain||Hampshire Regt.||06 September 1916||22||Killed in action at Ginchy on the Somme||Battle of the Somme||France||Thiepval Memorial||P 7/|
|Edward Maurice||Carter||No 7||1910 - 1912||Captain||11th Lancers (I. A.)||11 August 1920||24||Treacherously killed at Tel Afar, Mesopotamia||Iraq||Baghdad North||XV111 L 8|
|John Charles Ashford||Caunter||No 7||1912 - 1914||Captain||60 Sq. R. F. C.||28 October 1917||20||Killed in action near Passchendale||Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele)||Belgium||Arras Flying Services Memorial|
|Robert Shuttleworth||Clarke||Sch||1903 - 1909||Captain||Shropshire Light Inf.||25 September 1915||25||Died of wounds near Hooge||Belgium||Ypres Menin Gate||P 47/49|
|Frank Cecil||Clegg||Sch||1902 - 1907||Captain||Border Regt.||22 August 1915||27||Killed in action in Gallipoli||Gallipoli Campaign||Turkey||Helles Memorial||P 119-125|
|Ronald Malcolm||Clerk||Sch||1900 - 1901||Captain||Royal Lancaster Regt.||09 April 1917||32||Killed in action at Arras||Second Battle of Arras||France||Faubourg D'amiens, Arras||V11 G 15|
|Alan Welldon||Cooke||-||1912 - 1914||Captain||Durham Light Inf.||25 March 1918||-||German Spring Offensive||France||Pozieres Memorial|
|William Dermot||Cooper||No 8||1901 - 1904||Captain||Ayrshire Yeomanry||30 August 1917||30||Killed in action in Palestine||Gaza||Gaza War Cemetery||XXX1 A 11|
|Charles John Alexander||Cowan||No 1||1906 - 1912||Captain||Royal Scots||25 March 1918||26||Died of wounds in France||German Spring Offensive||France||Cerisy Gailly Mil Cemetery||11 C 3|
|Sir Herbet Archer||Croft (Bart)||No 5||1885 - 1886||Captain||Herefordshire Regt.||11 August 1915||47||Died of wounds at Gallipoli||Gallipoli Campaign||Turkey||Helles Memorial||P 198|
|Thomas Horsfall||Crofton MC||No 1||1904 - 1908||Captain||Connaught Rangers||21 March 1918||29||Killed in action||German Spring Offensive||France||Pozieres Memorial||P 77|
|Leslie Oakes||Crowther||No 3||1905 - 1908||Captain||10 Sq. R. F. C.||06 December 1916||25||Killed in action near Avesnesle Comte||France||Avesnes Le Comte||11 B 22|
|Evelyn Claude||Culling||No 4||1899 - 1900||Captain||Canadian Inf.||24 April 1915||30||Killed in action||Second Battle of Ypres||Belgium||Ypres Menin Gate||P 10-18. 26 -28|
|Reginald Samuel||Daw||Sch||1895 - 1898||Captain||Kings Royal Rifle Corps.||25 August 1916||35||Killed in action||Battle of the Somme||France||Dernancourt Communal||1 A 16|
|James Robert||Dennistoun||No 4||1898 - 1901||Captain||2 Sq. R. F. C.||09 August 1916||33||Died of wounds in Germany||Germany||Niederzwehren Cemetery Hessen Germany||IV H 2|
|Llewellyn Albert||Edwards||Day||1908 - 1913||Captain||Royal Warwickshire Regt.||23 March 1918||24||Killed in action near Germaine||German Spring Offensive||France||Savy British Cemetery||1 O 1|
|Peter Douglas Colin||Eliot||No 7||1900 - 1902||Captain||14th Lancers||25 February 1917||32||Killed in action near Kut||Second Battle of Kut||Iraq||Basra Memorial||P 45|
|William||Elmhirst||No 2||1906 - 1911||Captain||East Yorkshire Regt.||13 November 1916||24||Killed in action||Battle of the Somme||France||Serre Road Cemetery No 1||1 D 4|
|Charles Douglas||Elston||No 3||1901 - 1903||Captain||Northamptonshire Regt.||22 November 1917||31||Died of wounds||United Kingdom||Brompton Cemetery||E 6 174469|
|Percy Blake||Faskally||No 6||1893 - 1898||Captain||Royal Fusiliers||19 December 1919||39||Died from gas poisoning at Frevent||United Kingdom||Highgate Cemetery||52 41671|
|Charles Eustace||Fishbourne||No 3||1900 - 1902||Captain||Royal Engineers||10 June 1915||30||Died at Chatham||United Kingdom||Gresford All Saints Denbighshire||SW CORNER|
|James||Fisher||No 7||1908 - 1909||Captain||Royal Lancaster Regt.||23 February 1919||25||Died of pneumonia||United Kingdom||Barrow In Furness Cemetery||I 505|
|John Wilfred||Fisher||Sch||1906 - 1910||Captain||Sherwood Foresters||08 July 1916||24||Died of wounds||Battle of the Somme||France||Heilly Station Cemetery Mercourt-L'abbe||1 A 15|
|George Henry||Gardner||No 5||1897 - 1902||Captain||21st Lancers||25 August 1915||32||Killed in action in Gallipoli||Gallipoli Campaign||Turkey||Green Hill Cemetery||1 E 7|
|Marmaduke Whitaker||Graham||No 4||1894 - 1897||Captain||West Kent Regt.||24 July 1915||36||Killed in action in Mesopotamia||Iraq||Basra Memorial||11 R 5/6|
|Peter Yarborough||Harkness||No 7||1898 - 1900||Captain||West Yorkshire Regt.||01 July 1916||32||Killed in action in France||Battle of the Somme||France||Thiepval Memorial||PIER/FACE 2A, 2C and 2D|
|John Anthony||Harris MC||No 5||1904 - 1908||Captain||Yorkshire Regt.||26 November 1917||27||Killed in action at Bourlon Wood||Battle of Cambrai||France||Cambrai Memorial, Louverval||P 5|
|Bernard Sydney||Harvey||No 3||1903 - 1907||Captain||London Regt.||01 July 1916||28||Killed at Gommecourt||Battle of the Somme||France||Thiepval Memorial||PIER/FACE 9D|
|Cyril Francis||Hawley||No 5||1892 - 1894||Captain||Kings Royal Rifle Corps.||02 November 1914||36||Killed in action||First Battle of Ypres||Belgium||Ypres Menin Gate||P 51/53|
|Alfred George||Hayman||No 8||1898 - 1901||Captain||Welch Regt.||09 September 1916||32||Killed in action at High Wood||Battle of the Somme||France||Caterpillar Valley Longueval||X11 C 9|
|Robert Francis||Hebbert||No 3||1898 - 1900||Captain||Indian Medical Service||19 March 1916||33||Died on active service in Mesopotamia||Siege of Kut||Iraq||Basra Memorial||V F 9|
|William Herbert||Hedges||No 5||1907 - 1911||Captain||Royal Engineers||21 August 1916||23||Died of wounds in France||Battle of the Somme||France||Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery Saulty||111 A 12|
|Jacob Andrew Norman||Hessler||Sch||1907 - 1907||Captain||Durham Light Inf.||27 May 1918||25||Killed in action near Rheims||France||Soissons Mem|
|Herbert Philip||Hilton||No 1||1887 - 1890||Captain||Middlesex Regt.||16 February 1915||42||Killed in action||Belgium||Ypres Menin Gate||P 49-51|
|Frederick Leonard||Hingston||No 4||1892 - 1895||Captain||Duke of Cornwall's Light Inf.||26 April 1915||38||Killed in action near Ypres||Second Battle of Ypres||Belgium||Poperinghe Old Cemetery||11 P 27|
|Victor Maitland||Hobday||No 2||1908 - 1910||Captain||West Yorkshire Regt.||07 July 1917||23||Killed in action at Messines||Belgium||Railway Dugouts Burial Ground|
|Edward Ralph Lambert||Hollins||Sch||1898 - 1903||Captain||Royal Lancaster Regt.||03 March 1916||32||Died of wounds at Ypres||Belgium||Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery||11 A 42|
|James Garland||Hopkinson||Sch||1890 - 1893||Captain||Gordon Highlanders||25 September 1915||40||Killed in action at Hooge||Belgium||Ypres Menin Gate||P 38|
|Wilfrid Palmer||Horsley||Sch||1901 - 1905||Captain||East Yorkshire Regt.||02 July 1917||30||Killed in action at Bailleul||France||Bailleul Communal Extension||111 D 165|
|John Fraser||Hoyland||No 1||1910 - 1914||Captain||Lancashire Fusiliers||01 October 1916||21||Killed in action||Battle of the Somme||France||Thiepval Memorial||P 3C/3D|
|George Ward||Hunt||No 5||1896 - 1900||Captain||Northamptonshire Regt.||09 May 1915||34||Killed in action at Auber Ridge||Second Battle of Ypres||Belgium||Ploegsteert Memorial||P 7|
|Edward Kenneth Gordon||Huntly||No 5||1908 - 1910||Captain||Ox & Bucks Light Inf.||20 September 1917||23||Killed in action in France||France||Poelcapelle British Cemetery||XL1V F 2|
|Spencer Henry||Jeudwine||No 4||1909 - 1914||Captain||Lincolnshire Regt.||01 July 1916||21||Killed in action at the Somme||Battle of the Somme||France||Thiepval Memorial||P 1C|
|Donald Clark||Johnston||No 1||1908 - 1913||Captain||Scottish Rifles||13 September 1918||24||Died of wounds||Hundred Days Allied Offensive||France||St Sever Cemetery Rouen||C 5 2|
|William George Stanhope||Kenny||No 7||1895 - 1897||Captain||39th Garhwal Rifles (I.A.)||10 March 1915||34||Killed in action at Neuve Chapelle||Battle of Neuve Chapelle||France||Laventie Mil Cemetery La Gorgue||1V G 3|
|Hugh Eric Coleraine||Knight||No 6||1906 - 1908||Captain||East Lancashire Regt.||11 April 1918||26||Killed in action||Belgium||Ploegsteert Memorial||P 5/6|
|Dudley Ogilvie||Laing||No 6||1903 - 1907||Captain||Northumberland Fus.||01 July 1916||27||Killed in action at the Somme||Battle of the Somme||France||Thiepval Memorial||P 10B/11B/12B|
|Gerald Ogilvie||Laing||Sch||1901 - 1905||Captain||Northumberland Fus.||06 June 1917||30||Killed in action||France||Arras Memorial||BAY 2/3|
|Bertram||Lawrence||No 2||1891 - 1895||Captain||East Yorkshire Regt.||28 October 1914||38||Killed in action near Lille||France||Ration Farm Armentieres||V111 D|
|Christopher Francis Aden||Ley||No 2||1907 - 1912||Captain||Notts' Yeomanry / RFC||16 March 1918||25||-||United Kingdom||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.|
|Francis Howard||Lindsay||No 2||1887 - 1895||Captain||London Scottish Regt.||01 July 1916||40||Killed in action in France||Battle of the Somme||France||Thiepval Memorial||P 9C/13C|
|Wymond Howard||Lloyd||No 5||1907 - 1912||Captain||Herefordshire Regt.||19 March 1916||23||Accidentally killed in England||United Kingdom||Llangadock Carmathenshire|
|Richard Litton||Lyster-Smythe||No 2||1911 - 1913||Captain||Royal Air Force||19 June 1919||22||Drowned near Jaffa||Israel||Ramleh War Cemetery||EE. 37.|
|Keith Bethune||MacKenzie||Day||1892 - 1896||Captain||Seaforth Highlanders||12 November 1914||35||Killed in action near Ypres||First Battle of Ypres||Belgium||Ypres Menin Gate||P 3B|
|John||Martin MC||No 1||1902 - 1906||Captain||Gordon Highlanders||09 April 1917||29||Killed in action||Second Battle of Arras||France||Cabaret Rouge Brit Cemetery Souchez||XV11 J 4B|
|Robert Jim||McCleverty||No 7||1897 - 1900||Captain||47th Sikhs (I.A.)||28 October 1914||32||Killed in action at Neuve Chapelle||France||Neuve-Chapelle Memorial||P 37|
|Reginald Ernest||Melly||No 4||1902 - 1906||Captain||Liverpool Regt.||30 July 1916||28||Killed in action||Battle of the Somme||France||Thiepval Memorial||P 1D, 8B. 8C|
|Noel Burgess||Michell||Sch||1899 - 1904||Captain||Royal Fusiliers||22 March 1918||33||Killed in action at Jussy||German Spring Offensive||France||Pozieres Memorial||P 19-21|
|Douglas Owen||Milner-Moore||No 1||1898 - 1902||Captain||Royal Engineers||23 April 1918||33||Died at Mombasa||East African Campaign||Africa||Mombasa (Mbaraki) Cemetery||I. O. 7.|
|Gerald Arthur||Morton||No 5||1892 - 1893||Captain||Border Regt.||02 May 1915||40||Killed in action at Gallipoli||Gallipoli Campaign||Turkey||Pink Farm Cemetery Helles||SP MEM 70|
|Richard Walter||Mullins||No 7||1907 - 1910||Captain||York and Lancaster Regt.||01 July 1916||23||Killed in action at Fricourt||Battle of the Somme||France||Gordon Dump Cemetery Ovillers La Boiselle||11 Q 5|
|George Angus||Murray||No 2||1907 - 1911||Captain||Royal Engineers||06 October 1918||25||Killed in action in France||Hundred Days Allied Offensive||France||Marcoing Communal||12|
|Patrick Hallam||Murray||No 2||1905 - 1909||Captain||Royal Field Artillery||25 September 1915||24||Killed in action near Neuve Chapelle||Battle of Loos||France||Loos Memorial||P 3|
|Robert Percy||Nathan MC||Sch||1907 - 1911||Captain||Royal Field Artillery||21 March 1918||25||Killed in action in France||German Spring Offensive||France||Ham British Cemetery, Muille Villette||1 E 19|
|Richard Jefferys||Nicolls||No 4||1908 - 1913||Captain||Sherwood Foresters||01 October 1916||22||Killed in action||Battle of the Somme||France||Peake Wood Cemetery Fricourt|
|Henry Du Bois||O'Neill MC||No 1||1889 - 1889||Captain||Bedfordshire Regt.||02 June 1918||43||Died of illness contracted on active service||United Kingdom||Bexhill Cemetery||E G A86|
|John Barwick||Orde MC||No 4||1901 - 1904||Captain||Royal Field Artillery||12 February 1917||31||Died of wounds||Greece||Karasouli Military Cemetery|
|Lucien Eugene||Oudin||Sch||1905 - 1909||Captain||Duke of Cornwall's Light Inf.||24 August 1916||25||Killed in action||Battle of the Somme||France||Dive Copse British Sailly Le Sec||11 G 14|
|Francis Percy Campbell||Pemberton||No 8||1899 - 1900||Captain||Life Guards||19 October 1914||29||Killed in action in Belgium||First Battle of Ypres||Belgium||Dadizeele New British Cemetery|
|Alfred Brankston||Pembroke||No 7||1890 - 1894||Captain||Lancashire Fusiliers||07 September 1916||39||Died of illness||-||-|
|Maurice Aldcroft||Phillips||Sch||1899 - 1903||Captain||Royal Field Artillery||21 May 1915||30||Killed in action||France||Le Touret Memorial||11 D 15|
|Thomas Glyn Llewelyn||Phillips||No 8||1908 - 1913||Captain||Welch Regt.||26 March 1917||23||Killed in action at Gaza||Palestine||Jerusalem Memorial||P 30/32|
|Philip Simons||Picot||Day||1903 - 1906||Captain||Sherwood Foresters||11 July 1915||26||Killed in action at Gallipoli||Gallipoli Campaign||Turkey||Twelve Tree Copse, Dardenelles||C 149|
|Arthur John Dillon||Preston||No 9||1899 - 1904||Captain||Royal Dublin Fusiliers||15 August 1915||30||Killed in action at Suvla Bay||Gallipoli Campaign||Turkey||Azmak Cemetery Suvla||SP MEM 50|
|Alick Lancelot||Prince||No 6||1893 - 1896||Captain||North Lancashire Regt.||08 November 1914||36||Killed in action near Kemmel||First Battle of Ypres||Belgium||Ypres Menin Gate||P 41/43|
|Norman Douglas||Pringle||No 2||1899 - 1900||Captain||East Yorkshire Regt.||08 August 1915||31||Killed in action at Gallipoli||Gallipoli Campaign||Turkey||Helles Memorial||P 51/54|
|James Edward Douglas||Prothero||No 6||1899 - 1902||Captain||Punjabis (I.A.)||01 August 1918||34||Died on service||Iran||Tehran War Cemetery||1V D 14|
|Guy Benson||Rathbone||No 4||1898 - 1902||Captain||Gloucestershire Regt.||21 April 1916||32||Killed in action||Siege of Kut||Iraq||Basra Memorial||P 17||Service record: WO 339/32752|
|Talbot||Reed||No 2||1900 - 1904||Captain||67th Punjabis (I.A.)||12 March 1915||29||Killed in action near Neuve Chapelle||Battle of Neuve Chapelle||France||Le Touret Memorial||1 A 20|
|William Reeves||Richards||No 8||1904 - 1907||Captain||Royal Dublin Fusiliers||15 August 1915||24||Killed in action in Gallipoli||Gallipoli Campaign||Turkey||Green Hill Cemetery||11 B 22|
|Clement||Ridley-Shield||No 9||1901 - 1903||Captain||Highland Light Infantry||17 October 1916||29||Killed in action at Beaumont Hamel||Battle of the Somme||France||Louvencourt Mil Cemetery||P1 RD G 14|
|George Harold||Riley||No 3||1906 - 1908||Captain||Army Service Corps||21 August 1918||27||Killed in action||Hundred Days Allied Offensive||France||Longuenesse St Omer||V D 85|
|Stanley Edward||Ritchie||No 3||1910 - 1910||Captain||H. M. S. Argus||16 April 1919||23||Accidentally killed flying in Scotland||United Kingdom||Dorking Cemetery||189514|
|Eric Arthur||Robinson||No 5||1898 - 1903||Captain||Gloucestershire Regt.||10 September 1916||32||Died of wounds received at Guillemont||Battle of the Somme||France||Corbie Communal Extension||PLOT 2 D 3|
|John||Rodgers MC||No 2||1910 - 1913||Captain||York and Lancaster Regt.||02 September 1918||22||Killed in action at Vreaucourt||Hundred Days Allied Offensive||France||Gomiecourt South Cemetery||1V E 2|
|Edward Ambrose Gordon||Rogers||No 5||1900 - 1904||Captain||Royal Garrison Artillery||09 April 1916||30||Killed in motor accident at Lydd||United Kingdom||Mawnam Churchyard Cornwall|
|Francis Calvert Campbell||Rogers MVO||No 7||1894 - 1900||Captain||Duke of Cornwall's Light Inf.||15 February 1915||32||Killed in action in France||France||Ypres Menin Gate||P 20||MVO - Member of the Victorian Order|
|Bartle Davers||Rushbrooke||No 5||1907 - 1910||Captain||Suffolk Regt.||01 May 1915||23||Killed in action in France||France||Ypres Menin Gate||P 21|
|Alfred Fletcher Corrie||Rutherfoord||Sch||1905 - 1908||Captain||Border Regt.||09 August 1915||25||Killed in action at Ismail Oglu Tepe, Gallipoli||Gallipoli Campaign||Turkey||Helles Memorial||P 119/125/223|
|Alister Will Henderson||Scott||No 6||1905 - 1910||Captain||Worcestershire Regt.||16 May 1915||24||Died of wounds near Ypres||Second Battle of Ypres||France||Bethune Town Cemetery||11 A 1|
|Valentine||Shearman||Sch||1902 - 1906||Captain||Royal Scots||25 March 1918||30||Killed in action||German Spring Offensive||France||Bac Du Sud Brit Cemetery||I E 35|
|Arthur Leslie||Simms DSO||No 9||1912 - 1916||Captain||Royal Air Force||13 July 1918||21||Killed flying in England||United Kingdom||Stourbridge Cemetery||K 192|
|Raymond||Smith||Sch||1903 - 1906||Captain||Border Regt.||01 July 1916||27||Killed in action at the Somme||Battle of the Somme||France||Thiepval Memorial||P 7C|
|Noel Herbert||Stone MC||Sch||1910 - 1914||Captain||Worcestershire Regt.||27 April 1918||23||Killed in action near Amiens||France||Adelaide Cemetery Villiers Bretonneux||11 J 8|
|Cyril Ground||Thomson||No 7||1905 - 1908||Captain||Somerset Yeomanry||01 September 1918||28||Killed in action in France||Hundred Days Allied Offensive||France||Templeux Le Guerard Brit Cemetery||1 B 41|
|Percy Arthur Henry||Thorniley MC||No 1||1910 - 1914||Captain||Manchester Regt.||11 January 1917||21||Killed in action||France||Beaumont-Hamel British Cemetery||P 2|
|Geoffrey||Tomes||No 8||1898 - 1901||Captain||53rd Sikhs (I.A.)||09 August 1915||31||Killed in action in Gallipoli||Gallipoli Campaign||Turkey||Helles Memorial||P 263|
|Cecil Thomas||Tuff||No 6||1899 - 1904||Captain||West Kent Regt.||18 April 1915||30||Killed in action at Hill 60||Belgium||Ypres Menin Gate||P 45/47|
|Charles Noel Walker||Tyacke||No 5||1898 - 1902||Captain||Duke of Cornwall's Light Inf.||23 March 1918||35||Killed in action at Ham-sur-Somme||German Spring Offensive||France||Ham British Cemetery, Muille Villette||11 A 7|
|Wyvill Charles Spinola||Uppleby||No 7||1898 - 1900||Captain||Royal Sussex Regt.||09 February 1918||35||Died of wounds||France||Crois Du Bac Brit Steenwerck||1 E 5|
|Mark Hamilton||Vincent||Sch||1898 - 1899||Captain||33rd Punjabis (I.A.)||01 October 1915||31||Died of wounds received at Fauquissart||Battle of Loos||France||Merville Communal||V A 21|
|Vivian Hugh Nicholas||Wadham||No 5||1905 - 1910||Captain||Hampshire Regt. / RFC||17 January 1916||25||Killed in action flying in Flanders||Belgium||Tyne Cot Memorial||L X 11 C 5|
|Thomas Palmer||Watson||No 2||1905 - 1910||Captain||East Lancashire Regt.||07 March 1917||26||Killed in action near Baghdad||Iraq||Baghdad North||XX G 12|
|Sidney Walter Humfray||Welsby||No 6||1905 - 1910||Captain||Cheshire Regt.||30 April 1917||26||Killed in action at Shatt-el-Adheim||Iraq||Basra Memorial||P 14/62|
|Nigel Bernard||Whitfeld||Sch||1904 - 1906||Captain||62 Sq. R. A. F.||07 July 1918||27||Accidentally killed flying||United Kingdom||Forrest Row Cemetery Sussex||899 C|
|Walter Gordon||Woodroffe||No 4||1907 - 1912||Captain||Middlesex Regt.||16 September 1916||22||Killed in action at the Somme||Battle of the Somme||France||Bronfay Farm Bray Sur Somme||11 O 4|
|Edmond Lancelot||Wright||No 5||1897 - 1901||Captain||Shropshire Light Inf.||16 July 1916||33||Died of wounds at the Somme||Battle of the Somme||France||La Neuville Brit Corbie||1 C 7|
|Eric Ralph Lovatt||Wynne||Sch||1911 - 1914||Captain||10th Gurkha Rifles (I.A.)||26 October 1918||21||Killed in action at Mushak||Iraq||Basra Memorial||P 57|
|Robert Charles Byam||Yates||No 7||1893 - 1894||Captain||4th Gurkhas (I.A.)||20 December 1914||36||Killed in action at Festubert||France||Neuve-Chapelle Memorial||P 25/27|
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