World War One Plaque at Malvern College Chapel. (An additional 2 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.

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.

Surname: House:
Rank: Regiment:
Award: Battle:
Month Died: Date Died:
Age: Cause:
Country: Cemetery:
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ForenameSurnameHousePeriodRankRegimentDate DiedAgeCauseBattleCountryCemetery / MemorialGrave RefFurther Info
Arthur WilliamAggSch1878 - 1881LieutenantRecruiting Officer02 April 191651Died after operationUnited KingdomWhittington Glos.On East boundary
Colin KnoxAndersonNo 71903 - 1908LieutenantRoyal West Kent Regt.23 August 191426Killed in action at MonsBattle of MonsBelgiumHautrage Military Cemetery1 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.


Led by Lions: MPs and Sons Who Fell in the First World War By Neil Thornton:
Bernard Montagu BasilBateman MCNo 11905 - 1909LieutenantRoyal Field Artillery24 July 191524Died in London of wounds received in YpresUnited KingdomGolders Green CrematoriumNICHE 1825 Biography:
HughBeacallNo 61907 - 1912LieutenantShropshire Light Inf.14 May 191522Died of wounds near YpresSecond Battle of YpresFranceBoulogne EastII B 39

Medal card: WO 372/2/53276
Roy DixonBeallNo 21904 - 1909LieutenantRoyal Field Artillery04 June 191525Killed in action at Neuve ChapelleFranceSt Vaast Post Mil Cemetery Richebourg L'avoieI 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
Cuthbert PatrickBellSch1912 - 1914LieutenantDevon Regt.23 February 191820Died of wounds in ItalyItalyGiavera British Arcade ItalyP4 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
Guy BayfordBellNo 41885 - 1892LieutenantMachine Gun Corps28 April 191743Killed in actionSecond Battle of ArrasFranceArras MemorialBAY 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)


Service record: WO 374/5494
Percy HaycraftBerryNo 31903 - 1907LieutenantRoyal Army Medical Corps10 March 191628Drowned in Egypt saving lifeEygptAlexandria War Memorial CemeteryB 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.'
Frank RobsonBestNo 91908 - 1911LieutenantNorth Lancashire Regt.02 January 191622Killed in action in FranceFranceAuthuile Military CemeteryB 72 1/4th Btn Loyal North Lancashire Regt
Born: Feb 26th 1894
3.5 years at Malvern OTC

Occupation: Hop Merchant
2nd Lieut on 24th Feb 1915

Father: Mr William Findlay Best (Hop Merchant), Altadore, Ribbleton, Preston, Lancs
Mother: Ellen Ann Best formerly Wesfall

Service record: WO 374/6145
Henry FrancisBingham-StevensNo 31904 - 1907LieutenantRoyal West Kent Regt.17 September 191525Killed in action in FranceFrancePoelcapelle British CemeteryL 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:
and war diary extract:
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Wilfred StanleyBirdSch1897 - 1902LieutenantKings Royal Rifle Corps.09 May 191532Killed in action at Rue Du BoisFranceLe Touret MemorialP32/33 5th Bn. attd. 2nd Bn. King's Royal Rifle Corps
Detailed Biography:
David ErskineBoyleNo 21903 - 1908LieutenantLancashire Fusiliers26 August 191425Killed in action at CambraiBattle of Le CateauFranceLa Ferte Sous Jouarre
Charles Joseph PearsonBrookeNo 71911 - 1914LieutenantWiltshire Regt.03 September 191619Killed in actionBattle of the SommeFranceThiepval MemorialP 13A
Philip AntonyBrownNo 61900 - 1905LieutenantDurham Light Inf.04 November 191529Died of wounds near ArmentieresFranceRation Farm Armentieres
Robert EdwardBullSch1909 - 1913LieutenantOx & Bucks Light Inf.16 May 191521Killed in action near La BasseeFranceLe Touret MemorialP 26
Richard EldonBushNo 11906 - 1909LieutenantRoyal Naval Air Service24 April 191726Accidentally killedUnited KingdomKeynsham Cemetery BristolPINK D 712
George BurtonCookNo 61909 - 1911Lieutenant20th Hussars23 March 191824Killed in action at JussyGerman Spring OffensiveFranceSt Souplet1 H 19
Sir Roland JamesCorbet (Bart)No 51907 - 1910LieutenantColdstream Guards15 April 191523Killed in actionFranceGuards Cemetery Windy Corner Cuinchy1 F 16
Reginald Vincent CampbellCorbetNo 41908 - 1912LieutenantRoyal Dublin Fusiliers28 April 191521Killed in action at DardanellesGallipoli CampaignTurkeyHelles MemorialP 190-196
Edward DerekCourtneyDay1910 - 1910LieutenantArmy Service Corps09 August 191823Died on active serviceHundred Days Allied OffensiveFranceEtaples Military CemeteryXXV111 O 7
Charles SelwynCowleyNo 21908 - 1910LieutenantNorthamptonshire Regt.09 May 191522Killed in actionFranceLe Touret MemorialP 28-30
Reginald CarltonCrossNo 51906 - 1910LieutenantDorset Yeomanry07 June 191827Killed in action in FranceFranceCouin New British CemeteryG 15
Edward HedleyCuthbertsonNo 51903 - 1907LieutenantRoyal Warwickshire Regt. Att Lan Regt24 July 191729Died on active service in MesopotamiaIraqAmara War CemeteryX111 L 6
Henry William WarrenDavisNo 11906 - 1910LieutenantWelch Regt.18 April 191625Killed in action at Hill 60BelgiumBedford House CemeteryBrit No 3 Zonnebeke Mem 1
James Owen CuninghameDennisNo 21903 - 1907LieutenantIrish Horse & R. F. C.22 October 191426Killed in actionFirst Battle of YpresBelgiumYpres Menin GatePANEL 5/9
Robert William MillingtonDewhurstNo 21909 - 1914LieutenantWiltshire Regt.26 April 191621Died of wounds in MesopotamiaIraqAmara War CemeteryV1 D 12
Robert Roland WaddellDudleyNo 51901 - 1906LieutenantRoyal Fusiliers15 April 191528Killed in action in FlandersBelgiumTyne Cot CemeteryL1V F 16
William StanleyEamesNo 41903 - 1907LieutenantRoyal Fusiliers16 February 191628Died of woundsBelgiumLijssenthoek Military Cemetery11 A 34
Charles Edward JamesEnsorSch1912 - 1917LieutenantRoyal Garrison Artillery18 October 191921Died from woundsUnited KingdomSouthampton Old Cemetery40 F 108
Cecil CrokerFoxNo 41893 - 1895LieutenantEast Surrey Regt.15 September 191637Killed in action at FlersBattle of the SommeFranceThiepval MemorialP 6B/6C
Lachlan Henry VeitchFraserNo 81908 - 1912LieutenantMiddlesex Regt.24 February 191521Killed in actionFranceGodezonne Farm Cemetery1 A 7
Edward MeaburnFry MCNo 31905 - 1909LieutenantRoyal Field Artillery23 August 191828Killed in action at Colincamps, FranceHundred Days Allied OffensiveFranceSucrerie Mil Cemetery Colincamps1 J 16
Wolseley HaighFurleyNo 41910 - 1915LieutenantRoyal Scots25 April 191822Killed in action near WytschaeteBelgiumTyne Cot MemorialP 11-14 and 162
ThomasGairNo 11903 - 1908LieutenantRoyal Field Artillery09 September 191728Killed in action near St JulienThird Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele)BelgiumTyne Cot MemorialP 4-6 and 162
Hubert JohnGameNo 71904 - 1907LieutenantRoyal Field Artillery / R. F. C.08 June 191727Killed in flying accidentUnited KingdomNarborough All Saints, Norfolk
John CharlesGardomNo 61899 - 1903LieutenantEssex Regt.06 August 191531Killed in action in GallipoliGallipoli CampaignTurkeyTwelve Tree Copse, DardenellesC 117
Ronald JohnGilman MCNo 31912 - 1914LieutenantWarwickshire Yeomanry15 July 191820Died from exposure in torpedoed shipFranceEtaples Military CemeteryXXV111 O 10
HaroldGrant-DaltonNo 61903 - 1908LieutenantRoyal Naval Volunteer Reserve28 April 191828Died in German HospitalGermanyNiederzwehren Cemetery Hessen Germany1V H 9
Archibald RonaldGrant-SuttieNo 51910 - 1914LieutenantRoyal Horse Artillery23 July 191721Died of wounds in FranceFranceDozinghem Mil1 G 20
George EdwardGrundySch1892 - 1902LieutenantRoyal Warwickshire Regt.22 July 191532Killed in action in GallipoliGallipoli CampaignTurkeyHelles MemorialP 35/37
Malcolm Wilfred ForesterHallNo 31902 - 1905LieutenantRoyal Inniskilling Fusiliers19 May 191729Killed in action at Monchy-le-PreuxFranceArras MemorialBAY 6
Eric Stanley MilthorpHardingNo 31907 - 1909LieutenantLiverpool Regt.05 July 191725Killed in actionFranceCite Bonjean ArmentieresV111 B 29
John CampbellHaverfieldNo 41903 - 1905Lieutenant24th Punjabis (I.A.)14 July 191528Died of wounds in the Persian GulfIraqBasra MemorialV L 1
Gerald RalphHayes-SadlerNo 31911 - 1914LieutenantRoyal Warwickshire Regt.03 September 191620Killed in action at GinchyBattle of the SommeFranceDelville Wood Longueval
Arthur LeslieHicksNo 91898 - 1901LieutenantLeicestershire Regt.04 April 191834Died of wounds as prisoner at AuberchicourtGerman Spring OffensiveFranceCabaret Rouge Brit Cemetery SouchezXX E 15
Francis Noel WellsHitchingsNo 21892 - 1895LieutenantRoyal West Kent Regt.03 December 191841Accidentally killed at AuberchicourtFranceAuberchicourt British Cemetery1 C 16
Geoffrey BrianHobbsNo 21910 - 1913LieutenantNorthumberland Fus.05 September 191519Accidentally killed flying near DoverUnited KingdomSt Margarets At Cliffe, Kent
Robert CharlesHodsonNo 11901 - 1905LieutenantRoyal Engineers08 May 191729Killed in actionSecond Battle of ArrasFranceNine Elms Mil Cemetery Thelus
Charles GeoffreyHumeNo 51905 - 1907LieutenantSouth Staffordshire Regt.26 October 191424Killed in action at YpresFirst Battle of YpresBelgiumYpres Menin GateP 35/37
Richard GrainHumphreysNo 11911 - 1915LieutenantKings Royal Rifle Corps.28 September 191720Killed in actionThird Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele)BelgiumTyne Cot Memorial
Michael Edward CharlesHusseyNo 31901 - 1906LieutenantIndian Army04 September 191528Died at LahorePakistanKarachi War Mem14-18
HanleyHutchinsonNo 71906 - 1908LieutenantWest Yorkshire Regt.01 September 191727Died of woundsFranceGrevillers BritishV11 B 14
John BarnabasHuttonNo 91905 - 1908LieutenantSouth Staffordshire Regt.13 October 191524Killed in action at Hohenzollern RedoubtFranceLoos MemorialP 73/76
John Eric JacksonJackson-BarstowNo 31910 - 1914LieutenantRoyal Air Force27 January 191924Killed flying in EnglandUnited KingdomWeston-Super-Mare cemetery2451
Cyril Donald ThomasJenkinsNo 11910 - 1913LieutenantRoyal Welch Fus.03 October 191621Accidentally killed flyingUnited KingdomSwansea, Oystermouth
Alexander VyvyanJohnstonNo 61900 - 1902LieutenantLiverpool Regt.16 August 191733Killed in action near YpresThird Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele)BelgiumTyne Cot MemorialP31/34, 162. 162A. 163A
Chester WinterbornKillbyNo 31898 - 1899LieutenantRoyal Field Artillery21 March 191836Killed in action in FranceGerman Spring OffensiveFrancePozieres MemorialP 7-10
Leslie ArthurLea-SmithNo 31911 - 1914LieutenantEast Kent Regt. (The Buffs)07 July 191619Killed in action at the SommeBattle of the SommeFranceAveluy Communal ExtensionF 68
Wynell HastingsLloydSch1909 - 1912LieutenantRoyal Engineers18 April 191824Accidentally killed on active serviceFranceWarloy Baillon Communal Extension11 F 4
William Louis JenningsLongbourneNo 51900 - 1906LieutenantRoyal West Surrey Regt.09 August 191528Killed in action at Suvla BayGallipoli CampaignTurkeyHelles MemorialP 30/31
Reginald EricLucyNo 11907 - 1911LieutenantNorthamptonshire Regt.19 March 191522Died of wounds near Neuve ChapelleUnited KingdomFord Park Plymouth
Charles JulianMannNo 61906 - 1911Lieutenant13th Res' Regt. Cavalry03 October 191826Killed in action in France near PrescellesHundred Days Allied OffensiveFranceBellicourt BritV1 M 10
Thomas Edensor LaurieMarshNo 81910 - 1914LieutenantRoyal Marines Light Infantry27 April 191620Drowned on HMS RussellMaltaMalta Naval CemeteryP 36
John Ralph TheodoreMarshamSch1900 - 1902LieutenantWorcestershire Regt.26 February 191934Died of pneumoniaUnited KingdomWinchester West Hill Old Cemetery40 2927
Roland CharlesMasonNo 71897 - 1899LieutenantRoyal Lancaster Regt.30 September 191432Died of wounds received on the AisneUnited KingdomSt Bartholomews Church EdgbastonWEST
Bertram CecilMetcalfe-SmithNo 51908 - 1911LieutenantWest Yorkshire Regt.22 April 191824Died of wounds in FranceFrancePernes Brit Cemetery1 D 13
William Henry HelmeMooreNo 31909 - 1914LieutenantKings Royal Rifle Corps.19 October 191520Accidentally killed while training at FleurbaixFranceRoyal Irish Rifles Graveyard Lavente1 J 12
Norman ArchibaldMoriceNo 71909 - 1913LieutenantEast Yorkshire Regt.11 March 191622Died of wounds at BoulogneFranceBoulogne East2 A 1
Reginald HenryNeillNo 61909 - 1911LieutenantRoyal Irish Regt.01 July 191622Killed in action at ThiepvalBattle of the SommeFranceThiepval MemorialP 15A 15B
Charles FrancisNunneleyNo 51897 - 1900LieutenantNorthumberland Fus.06 October 191431Killed in action at Neuve ChapelleFranceLe Touret MemorialP 5/6
Alexander WalterOgilvieSch1897 - 1901LieutenantRoyal Garrison Artillery30 October 191835Died of pneumonia after gas poisoningUnited KingdomSt Andrews Aldingham Suffolk
Gerald LewisPagetNo 11898 - 1901LieutenantNorthumberland Fus.13 July 191733Killed in actionPalestineJerusalem MemorialP 10
Guy NicholasPalmesSch1908 - 1911LieutenantKings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry08 May 191521Killed in action at YpresSecond Battle of YpresBelgiumYpres Menin GateP 47
Maxwell ColquhounPearsonSch1896 - 1896LieutenantCameron Highlanders23 November 191534Killed in actionFranceVermelles BritishLL 1
Robert LloydPeel MCNo 21901 - 1907LieutenantRoyal Field Artillery03 September 191728Died of woundsThird Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele)BelgiumBard Cottage Cemetery111 F 2
Richard Henry PercevalPerceval-MaxwellSch1912 - 1914LieutenantScottish Rifles23 July 191821Killed in action at BuzancyFranceBuzancyII. D. 14.
Albert HumphreyPinderNo 41900 - 1906LieutenantLeicestershire Regt.15 September 191629Killed in actionBattle of the SommeFranceGuards Cemetery Les BoeufsSP MEM 48
TheodorePrainNo 11901 - 1905LieutenantLeicestershire Regt.22 October 191427Killed in action near ArmentieresFirst Battle of YpresBelgiumPloegsteert MemorialP 4
Harry RylandPriestleyNo 71909 - 1911LieutenantRoyal Garrison Artillery19 June 191823Died in England after gas poisoningUnited KingdomPerry Bar St Johns ChurchEAST CORNER
Evan JohnRichardsonNo 11903 - 1905LieutenantYorkshire Regt.25 September 191527Killed in actionBattle of LoosFranceLoos MemorialP 44/45
EdgarRobinsonNo 91905 - 1909LieutenantNorth Lancashire Regt.14 September 191423Killed in actionFirst Battle of the AisneFranceLa Ferte Sous Jouarre
Edwin WinwoodRobinsonNo 91903 - 1905Lieutenant5th Lancers26 October 191427Killed in action near YpresFirst Battle of YpresBelgiumVoormezele ChurchyardSP MEM
Francis EdwardRobinsonNo 81909 - 1912LieutenantSouth Staffordshire Regt.27 October 191419Killed in actionFirst Battle of YpresBelgiumYpres Menin GateP 35/37
Noel PendleburySandifordSch1902 - 1904LieutenantCheshire Regt.03 April 191729Died of wounds in FranceFranceWarlincourt Halte British Cemetery Saulty
Napier GuySheppey-GreeneNo 31898 - 1902LieutenantRoyal West Kent Regt.14 June 191835Died of wounds near PernoisFrancePernoisII. B. 6.
GeorgeSissonNo 61909 - 1914LieutenantRoyal Garrison Artillery20 December 191722Died of wounds as prisonerFranceCaudry British Cemetery1V B 6
Alfred Henry Templeman LoraineSpeerNo 71908 - 1913LieutenantRoyal Field Artillery09 July 191622Killed in action flyingBattle of the SommeFranceLondon Cemetery Neuville Vitasse1 C 1
Ellis Robert CunliffeStoneNo 61907 - 1912LieutenantRoyal Welch Fus.26 October 191421Killed in action at YpresFirst Battle of YpresBelgiumPont Du Hem Mil La Gorgue11 C 1
Ernest Guy MacleanSturtNo 41908 - 1910LieutenantMiddlesex Regt.16 August 191623Killed in actionBattle of the SommeFranceRation Farm Armentieres11 C 3
Rudolph VincentSurrNo 61905 - 1909LieutenantWorcestershire Regt.31 October 191625Killed in action at DelvilleBattle of the SommeFranceThiepval MemorialP 5A/6C
Cecil Walter HarrisSwayneNo 11910 - 1911LieutenantSomerset Light Inf.25 May 191722Died at Quetta of appendicitisIndiaDelhi MemorialF 1
William ArthurSweet-EscottNo 91912 - 1916LieutenantRoyal Field Artillery14 October 191820Killed in action at LedenghemHundred Days Allied OffensiveBelgiumDadizeele New British CemeteryVI.D.38
Sherman TrevorTatham MCNo 61904 - 1909LieutenantMiddlesex Regt.25 May 191929Died in England after operationUnited KingdomHighgate Cemetery75 27563
Ronald FrancisTaylorNo 31903 - 1907LieutenantShropshire Light Inf.09 August 191527Killed in action in FlandersBelgiumYpres Menin GateP 47/49
Frederick George ByamThomasSch1907 - 1907LieutenantEssex Regt.06 August 191522Killed in action in GallipoliGallipoli CampaignTurkeyTwelve Tree Copse, DardenellesC 375
George RobertThornhill MCNo 91903 - 1909LieutenantEast Kent Regt. (The Buffs)01 October 191423Killed in actionBelgiumPloegsteert MemorialP 2
Basil ChampionThwaitesDay1889 - 1890LieutenantCanadian Inf.10 November 191741Killed at PasschendaleThird Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele)BelgiumYpres Menin GateP 18/28/30
Warren Geoffrey DaltonTurnerNo 21911 - 1914LieutenantMiddlesex Regt.24 May 191722Killed in actionFranceArras Flying Services Memorial
Bruno WolfgangWahlNo 61891 - 1892Lieutenant28th Light Cavalry (I.A.)28 September 1916Killed in action in PersiaIranTehran War Cemetery
Aubrey JohnWaleyNo 21909 - 1913LieutenantRoyal Fusiliers31 July 191722Killed in actionThird Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele)BelgiumYpres Menin GateP 6-8
Stuart AnnesleyWallaceNo 71907 - 1912LieutenantRoyal Garrison Artillery31 May 191723Killed in actionFranceHenin Communal Extensiom1 D 16
RichardWalmesleyNo 51906 - 1906LieutenantYorkshire Regt.21 October 191424Killed in action at YpresFirst Battle of YpresBelgiumAeroplane Cemetery1 E 15
Charles BeaumontWatson MCNo 21909 - 1913LieutenantMachine Gun Corps12 July 191824Killed in action near PuchevillersFrancePuchevillers BritishV11 B 1
Arthur NoelWhitfeldNo 51904 - 1908LieutenantRoyal Irish Rifles14 October 191424Killed in actionBattle of La BasseeFranceVieille Chapelle New LacoutureV C 7
John BurrowsWhitfieldNo 71902 - 1908LieutenantRoyal Engineers20 January 191627Died of wounds at HoogeBelgiumLijssenthoek Military Cemetery11 A 26
Richard HoulbrookWhitfieldNo 71902 - 1906LieutenantRoyal Engineers12 May 191629Killed in action at BailleulBelgiumMaple Leaf Cemetery1 13
John GrahamWilkinsonNo 71909 - 1909LieutenantHampshire Regt.20 July 191824Killed in action at Reshit, PersiaIranTehran War CemeteryP 3 C 1
John DyottWillmotNo 31910 - 1914LieutenantWorcestershire Regt.08 July 191520Killed in actionFranceBeuvry Communal54
Stanton DeggeWilmot-SitwellNo 71910 - 1914LieutenantRoyal Marines Light Infantry14 July 191519Killed in action in GallipoliGallipoli CampaignTurkeyHelles MemorialP 2-7
Neville InchbaldWilson MCNo 21906 - 1911LieutenantRoyal Welch Fus.06 April 191826Killed in action at Aveling WoodFrancePozieres MemorialP 36/37
Evelyn Charles BradleyWodehouseNo 91898 - 1902LieutenantBedfordshire Regt.04 October 191732Killed in actionGazaGaza War Cemetery
Hubert KennethWoodNo 11900 - 1904LieutenantKings African Rifles16 May 191731Died of Malaria at MorogoroEast African CampaignTanzaniaMorogoroV11 A 12
Hugh EgertonWoodhouseNo 51905 - 1909LieutenantBedfordshire Regt.01 March 191928Died after operationUnited KingdomWandsworth Putney ValeD 4 90
Cecil HubertWright-IngleNo 21896 - 1903LieutenantRoyal Fusiliers30 April 191633Killed in action near WulverghemFranceRation Farm Armentieres11 G 4

No of records: 114

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