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|
|Bertram Kyrle||Anderson||No 6||1898 - 1899||Bombardier.||Royal Field Artillery||08 June 1917||34||Killed in action||Battle of Messines||France||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
"C" Bty. 285th Bde.
Royal Field Artillery
|Bernard Montagu Basil||Bateman MC||No 1||1905 - 1909||Lieutenant||Royal Field Artillery||24 July 1915||24||Died in London of wounds received in Ypres||United Kingdom||Golders Green Crematorium||NICHE 1825|| Biography: http://fairlynchgreatwar.blogspot.co.uk/2015/04/
|Roy Dixon||Beall||No 2||1904 - 1909||Lieutenant||Royal Field Artillery||04 June 1915||25||Killed in action at Neuve Chapelle||France||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
|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
|Richard||Bolster||No 1||1898 - 1900||Major||Royal Field Artillery||15 July 1917||34||Killed in action||France||Ecoivres Mont St Eloi||V1 J 12|| 124th Bty. 28th Bde. Royal Field Artillery
Son of Inspector General T. C. Bolster, R.N., and Mrs. Bolster; husband of Mary C. Bolster, of "Woodlands," Meopham, Kent.
|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|
|Stanley Searle||Crisp||Sch||1901 - 1903||Major||Royal Field Artillery||08 December 1917||30||Died of wounds in Italy||Italy||Giavera British Arcade Italy||P 1 R G G 5|
|Stanley Colt||Faber||No 1||1897 - 1899||Major||Royal Field Artillery||30 March 1917||34||Killed in action at Beaurains||France||Faubourg D'amiens, Arras||111 M 13|
|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|
|Edward Meaburn||Fry MC||No 3||1905 - 1909||Lieutenant||Royal Field Artillery||23 August 1918||28||Killed in action at Colincamps, France||Hundred Days Allied Offensive||France||Sucrerie Mil Cemetery Colincamps||1 J 16|
|Thomas||Gair||No 1||1903 - 1908||Lieutenant||Royal Field Artillery||09 September 1917||28||Killed in action near St Julien||Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele)||Belgium||Tyne Cot Memorial||P 4-6 and 162|
|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|
|Chester Winterborn||Killby||No 3||1898 - 1899||Lieutenant||Royal Field Artillery||21 March 1918||36||Killed in action in France||German Spring Offensive||France||Pozieres Memorial||P 7-10|
|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|
|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|
|Eric James Bethune||MacKenzie||Day||1895 - 1896||Major||Royal Field Artillery||08 July 1916||33||Killed in action||Battle of the Somme||France||Carnoy Military Cemetery||D 25|
|Francis Julian Audley||Mackworth||No 4||1891 - 1895||Major||Royal Field Artillery||01 November 1914||38||Killed in action||France||Vieille Chapelle New Lacouture||1V D 10|
|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|
|John Barwick||Orde MC||No 4||1901 - 1904||Captain||Royal Field Artillery||12 February 1917||31||Died of wounds||Greece||Karasouli Military Cemetery|
|Robert Lloyd||Peel MC||No 2||1901 - 1907||Lieutenant||Royal Field Artillery||03 September 1917||28||Died of wounds||Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele)||Belgium||Bard Cottage Cemetery||111 F 2|
|Maurice Aldcroft||Phillips||Sch||1899 - 1903||Captain||Royal Field Artillery||21 May 1915||30||Killed in action||France||Le Touret Memorial||11 D 15|
|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|
|Alfred Henry Templeman Loraine||Speer||No 7||1908 - 1913||Lieutenant||Royal Field Artillery||09 July 1916||22||Killed in action flying||Battle of the Somme||France||London Cemetery Neuville Vitasse||1 C 1|
|William Arthur||Sweet-Escott||No 9||1912 - 1916||Lieutenant||Royal Field Artillery||14 October 1918||20||Killed in action at Ledenghem||Hundred Days Allied Offensive||Belgium||Dadizeele New British Cemetery||VI.D.38|
|Edgar Stanley||Willett||No 1||1890 - 1890||Gunner||Royal Field Artillery||01 December 1917||Died of wounds near Bapaume||Battle of Cambrai||France||Achiet Le Grand Communal Extension||1 Q 24|
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