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RECORD 0/ SERVICE 
OF SOLICITORS AND 
ARTICLED CLERKS 

WITH HIS MAJESTY'S FORCES 
1914— 1919 



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RECORD OF SERVICE 

OF SOLICITORS AND 
ARTICLED CLERKS 

WITH HIS MAJESTY'S FORCES 

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PRINTED BY 

SPOTTISWOODE, BALLANTYNE & CO. LTD. 

LONDON 

1920 



TREFACE 

THE publication of this Record of the 
War Services rendered by the Solicitors 
and their Articled Clerks in the years 1 9 1 4 
to 1 gig is the fulfilment of one of the three 
objects of the Solicitors' War Memorial Fund, 
Although every effort has been made to 
render it complete and accurate it is \nown 
that there are many omissions which it has 
not been possible to supply and probably there 
are errors which have been overlooked. 
These imperfections it is hoped will be 
forgiven in the knowledge of the difficulties 
of the task and the belief that it has been 
gladly and lovingly discharged to the best 
of their ability by those to whom it was 
entrusted, 

R-A'PINSENT, 

Chairman of the Memorial Trustees. 
Ath August^ 1920. 



" These are they who for their Country and 
Freedom's sake jeoparded their lives unto 
the Death. Therefore they shall be mine, 
saith the Lord of Hosts, in that day when 
I make up my jewels." 



RECORD OF SERVICE 



OF 



SOLICITORS AND ARTICLED CLERKS 



GEORGE WYINIAN ABBOTT. 

Admitted Dec. 1909. Member of Wyman & Abbott, of Peterborough. 
Joined Nov. 1914 as 2nd Lieut. 1/1 Huntingdonshire Cychst Batt., promoted 
Lieut. 1/7 Batt. The Royal Warwickshire Regt. Sept. 1916, and subsequently 
A/Capt., A/Major, A/Staff Capt., &c. Awarded the M.C. and Croce di Guerra 
(Italy). Served Home 1914 to June 1916, France June 1916 to Nov. 1917, 
and Italy Nov. 1917 to March 1919. 

IVIAURICE ABBOTT. 

Admitted Aug. 1897. Of 5 New Court, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Served 
as Driver Royal Army Service Corps, attached to the 76th Field Ambulance, 
Royal Army Medical Corps. 

RICHARD HUGHES ABELL. 

Admitted April 1902. Practising at Worcester. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
2/8 Batt. Worcestershire Regt. (T.F.) Sept. 1914, afterwards attaining the rank 
of Capt. Seconded to 1/1 South Midland Div. Cyclist Co. March 1915 and 
went to France, and subsequently seconded to 8th Corps Cyclist Batt. In 
Nov. 1918 appointed 3rd Corps Education Officer in Belgium. 

LIONEL ABRAHAMS. 

Admitted April 1912. Member of Wade-Gery & Brackenbury, St. Neots, 
Hunts. Joined Nov. 1916 as Lieut. T.F. Reserve General List. Served at 
Home.; 

ROBERT BERNARD ABRAHAMS. 

Admitted July 1913. Member of Roberts, Abrahams & Co., of Basinghall 
Street, E.C. Joined University of London O.T.C. in July 1915. Appointed 2nd 
Lieut, to 3/4 Batt. Yorkshire Regt. Sept. 1915. Served in France. Killed 
Sept. 15, 1916, in the Battle of the Somme, and was buried near Martinhuich 
and High Wood. 

CHARLES GERALD ACHESON-GRAY. 

Articled to W. Ward-Higgs, of 29 Mincing Lane, E.C. Joined the Inns 
of Court O.T.C. and afterwards gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. Dorsetshire Regt. 
Promoted Lieut. 

WILLIAJVI FITZROY ACKLAND. 

Admitted Dec. 1908. Member of Ackland, Son & Baily, of Saffron Walden, 
Essex. Mobilised Aug. 1914 as Major 8th Essex Regt., promoted A/Lieut. -Col. 
March 1919. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the T.D. Served at 
Home 1914 to 1916, France 1916 to 1918, Ireland, 1918 to 1919. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 



JOHN WILLIAM ACKROYD. 

Admitted Oct. 1916. Member of Butler & Ackroyd, of Bradford, Yorks. 
Joined July 1, 1916, as Private Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). 

ALAN GORDON ACHESON ADAM. 

Admitted Aug. 1910. Practised at Cranbrook & Mailing, Kent. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914 as Lieut. 5th Batt. the Buffs. Promoted Capt. Nov. 1915. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Served in India & Mesopotamia. Killed in the 
Advance for the Relief of Kut-el-Amara, Jan. 21, 1916. 

CHARLES CLEMENTS ADAM. 

Articled to S. T. James, of 3 & 4 Clement's Inn, W.C. Served as Petty 
Officer Air Mechanic, Royal Naval Air Service. 

ALFRED FRANCIS ADAMS. 

Admitted May 1908. Of 5 Fenchurch Street, E.C. Served as 2nd 
Lieut. Machine Gun Corps. 

APPELBE CHISHOLM ADAMS. 

Admitted June 1906. Member of Stephenson, Harwood & Co., 31 Lom- 
bard Street, London E.C. 3. Joined January 1916, Ensign, First or Grenadier 
Regt. of Foot Guards. Promoted Lieut. Sept. 1916, A/Capt. May 1918. 
Served in France and Belgium 1916 to 1917, General Staff 1917 to 1919. 
Wounded July 27, 1917, at Boesinghe in Belgium. 

ARTHUR JOSEPH ADAMS. 

Admitted Dec. 1912. Practised at 25 Bedford Row, W.C, and Coventry. 
Enlisted August 1914 as a Private in Public Schools Batt. Obtained com- 
mission as Lieut, and attached to 3rd Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt. Oct. 
1914. After 12 months' training went to France, where he joined 2nd Batt. 
Went into action at Somme Battle July 2, 1916, and wounded severely in leg. 
Sent to France again April 1918, joined 1st Batt. Killed at Remy Aug. 30, 
1918, during attack on Cambrai. Buried at Remy. 

EDWARD CARINGTON ADAMS. 

Articled to Hugh Adams, of 20 Essex Street, Strand, W.C. Joined Sept. 1914 
as 2nd Lieut. 20th Batt. County of London Regt. (Blackheath & Woolwich). 
Served in France. Killed at Battle of Loos, Sept. 25, 1915. 

GERALD DAY ADAMS. 

Admitted Oct. 1908. Member of Harvey, Clarke & Adams, of Leicester. 
Jomed Jan. 1915 2nd Lieut. Leicestershire Regt., Lieut. June 1916, Capt. and 
Adjutant July 1917 to Dec. 1917. Served in France, June 1915, Palestine, 
February 1918 to 1919. Gassed 1915, Malaria and Dysentery, Nov. 1918. 
HENRY GORDON ADAMS. 

Admitted Oct. 1910. Solicitor to the Town Clerk of Sheffield. Served 
as 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery. Served in France. Killed in action 
Oct. 5, 1917. 

KENNETH LEMESLE ADAMS. 

Admitted Jan. 1912. Member of Adams & Son, of Wolverhampton. 
Jomed Sept. 1914, as Private, 21st Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 



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Royal Engineers Nov. 1914, promoted 1st Lieut. Sept. 1915, Capt. Feb. 1918, 
Major Feb. 1918. Awarded the O.B.E. Served at Home Sept. 1914 to June 
1915, Gallipoli June 1915 to Jan. 1916, Egypt Feb. 1916, Mesopotamia March 
1916 to June 1916, India June 1916 to July 1919. Wounded Jan. 1916, Cape 
Hellas, Gallipoli. 

LESLIE HORACE ADAMS. 

Admitted Aug. 1912. With Blake, Reed, & Lapthorn, of Portsmouth. 
Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, A.D.C. to G.O.C. Wessex Divisional Artillery, Aug. 1914 
to Dec. 1914, promoted A/Major Dec. 1915. Commandant R.A. Depot, 
Bagdad, Nov. 1918 to March 1919. Served at Home, India, and Mesopotamia. 

WILLIAM ADAMS. 

Articled to Charles Alderson, of Morpeth, Northumberland. Joined July 
16, 1917 as Private Northumberland Fusiliers, subsequently transferred to 
West Yorkshire Regiment and later to the Army Pay Corps. Left with rank 
of Corporal. Served at Home. 

LEONARD HEDLEY ADCOCK. 

Admitted July 1910. Practising at West Bromwich. Served as Corporal 
18th Batt. Yorkshire Regt. 

ARCHIBALD WILLIAM NORMAN ADDISON. 

Admitted Dec. 1908. Member of Addison & Son, of Portsmouth. Served 
as Capt. 6th (Duke of Connaught's Own) Batt. Hampshire Regt. (T.) One of 
the Assistant Military Secretaries H.Q. Staff of the Army in India. 

GERALD LACY ADDISON. 

Admitted June 1900. Member of Linklaters & Paines, 2 Bond Court, 
Walbrook, E.C. Joined August 4, 1916, as Gunner Royal Garrison Artillery, 
promoted A/Bombardier, Sept. 1916, Full Bombardier Dec. 1916. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. July 1, 1917. Served at Home and in France. 

GUY TEMPEST ADKIN. 

Admitted Dec. 1908. Member of Adkin & Son, of 3 Salters' Hall Court, 
Cannon Street, E.C. 4. Joined May 27, 1916. Assistant Paymaster Royal 
Naval Reserve. Gazetted Paymaster-Lieut. Sept. 1918. Awarded M.B.E. 
(Military). Served June 1916 to July 1919 with H.M. Naval Base, Havre 
(Trawlers and Drifters). 

CECIL GEORGE ADLER. 

Admitted Aug. 1902. Practising at 2 Throgmorton Avenue, London, E.C. 
Joined Oct. 22, 1914, 2nd Lieut. Interpreter, promoted Lieut. Royal Army 
Ordnance Corps, Feb. 1915, and Capt. Nov. 1918. Served at Home, in 
France, Italy, and South Russia. 

ARTHUR JOSEPH JOHN PAUL AGIUS. 

Articled to A. G. Gibson, of 21 Leadenhall Street, E.C. 3. Mobilised Aug. 3, 
1914, as Lieut. 3rd Batt. London Regt. (T.F.), promoted Temp. Capt. May 
1915 and Substantive June 1916. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
the M.C. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to Sept. 1914, Malta Sept. 1914 to 
Jan. 1915, France Jan. 1915 to Jan. 1917, Home Jan. 1917 to March 1919. 



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FRANCIS BASIL AGLIONBY. 

Admitted Aug. 1904. Member of Ellis, Richardson, Aglionby, & Hazel of 
Portland House, Basinghall Street, E.C. Joined Dec. 5, 1915, as Private 15th 
Batt. London Regt. (T.). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery (T.), 
Aug. 1, 1917. Served in France July 1916 to March 1917, London A.A. Defences 
Nov. 1917, to Jan. 1919. 

DENYS ALFRED LAFONE AINSLIE. 

Articled to W. L. Ainshe, of 19 Surrey Street, W.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914 
and transferred to 1st Batt. Devonshire Regt., promoted 1st Lieut. April 1915 
(after death). Served in France. Killed in action at Givenchy les La Bassee, 
Oct. 24, 1914. 

ALBERT ROY HAMILTON AKASTER. 

Admitted Feb. 1910. Member of Gill & Akaster, of Devonport. Enlisted 
as Gunner Royal Garrison Artillery and subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut, in 
same Regt., promoted Lieut. 

CEDRIC HARCOURT AKASTER. 

Admitted March 1914. Practising at 7 Arundel Street, Strand, W.C. 
Enhsted as Private 30th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 14th Batt. 
Royal Fusiliers Jan. 1916. 

FRANCIS AKENHEAD. 

Admitted Sept. 1907. Member of Morgan & Co., of Newport, Mon. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. Manchester Regt. (T.), and attained the rank of 
Capt. 

WILLIAM MASON AKERMAN. 

Admitted May 1889. Practised at Hereford. Served as Lieut. Royal 
Army Service Corps. 

JOHN HODSON ALCOCK. 

Articled to J. E. Alcock, of Mansfield. Joined Jan. 11, 1915, as 2nd Lieut. 
8th Batt. Lincolnshire Regt., promoted Lieut. July 1, 1917. Served in France. 
Taken prisoner at Loos Sept. 26, 1915. Prisoner of War in Germany till April 
1918. Interned in Holland April to Nov. 1918. 

THOMAS JONES ALCOCK. 

Articled to F. J. Poole, of Sandbach. Joined July 1916 as Corporal 
Despatch Rider, Royal Engineers. Served in France. 

ALAN STUART ALDERSON. 

Admitted Oct. 1906. Member of Sidney, Son & Alderson, of Blyth. 
Mobilised July 29, 1914, as Capt. The Tynemouth Royal Garrison Artillery. 
Promoted Major June 1, 1916. Awarded the T.D. Served at Home 1914 to 
1916, Ceylon 1916 to 1919. 
HORACE WILFRED ALDRICH. 

Admitted Nov. 1909. Practising at Brighton. Joined Feb. 9, 1917, as 
Private Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 304th Reserve Labour 
Company July 15, 1917, transferred to 3rd Batt. Devonshire Regt. Nov. 1917, 
promoted Lieut. Jan. 15, 1919. Served at Home and in France. While in 
France attached 10th Batt. The Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 



ERKIXWALD BRAXTON MOORING ALDRIDGE. 

Admitted Dec. 1908. Member of Mooring, Aldridge & Haydon, of Bourne- 
mouth. Joined as Private in Hon. Artillery Co. Dee. 6, 1915. Served in 
France 1916 to 1918. 
GERALD ASHBURNER MOORING ALDRIDGE. 

Practising at Bournemouth. Joined Aug. 1916, as Sub. -Lieut., Royal Naval 
Volunteer Reserve, subsequently promoted Lieut. Attached to H.M.M.L. 
Hydrophone Flotillas, Zeebrugge & Ostend Operations. CO. of H.M.M.L. 260 
Rhine Flotilla. 

ALBERT GEORGE RICKARDS ALEXANDER. 

Articled to James Millar, of 22 St. Thomas' Street, London Bridge, S.E. 
Enlisted as Private 8th Batt. Essex Regt. 

AUBREY ALEXANDER. 

Admitted Oct. 1908. Practised at Gray's Inn Chambers, High Holborn, 
W.C. Enlisted Sept. 1914, as Private 9th Batt. County of London Regt. 
(Queen Victoria Rifles). Gazetted 1st Lieut. 7th Batt. Middlesex Regt., 
attached 1/4 Batt. Royal Welch FusiUers. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served in France. Wounded German advance, March 1918. Died after 
bringing over a convoy of prisoners from France. 
DONALD FOLEY ALEXANDER. 

Articled to F. H. Trethowen, of Sahsbury. Served as Private 14th Batt. 
County of London Regt. (London Scottish). 

JAMES GRAHAM ALEXANDER. 

Admitted Jan. 1906. Member of Grace, Smith & Co., of LiverpooL 
Enhsted Oct. 1914 as Private 4th Batt. Norfolk Regt. Transferred as Private 
to Inns of Court O.T.C. Jan. 29, 1915, subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. 7th 
Batt. Shropshire Light Infantry. 

ROBERT MIDDLETON ALEXANDER. 

Admitted June 1912. Of Hull. Served as Sergeant 10th Service Batt. 
East Yorkshire Regt. and subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. 13th Batt. East 
Yorkshire Regt., promoted Lieut. 

WILLIA:M LINDSAY ALEXANDER. 

Articled to Wilham Arthur Wightman, of Liverpool. Joined Royal Naval 
Volunteer Reserve as Signalman Sept. 4, 1916. Served at Home Signal 
Stations. 

TREVOR RHYS ALLAWAY. 

Articled to W. T Carless, of Hereford. Joined Jan. 6, 1912, as 2nd Lieut., 
3rd Batt. South Wales Borderers, promoted Capt. May 1, 1915, and attached 
2nd Welch Regt. Oct. 1914. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
M.C. Served in France 1914 and 1915, at Home 1915 to May 1916, and in 
Egypt May 1916 to June 1916. Accidentally killed by premature explosion of 
bomb at Grenade School, Zeitoun, Egypt, June 29, 1916. 

FRANCIS PRIDEAUX ALLBUTT. 

Articled to Nunn & Co., of Co1w>ti Bay. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Lance- 
Sergt. 5th Batt. Royal Welch Fusihers, promoted to C.Q.M.S. April 1915. 



6 RECORD OF SERVICE 

Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. Royal Welch Fusihers (T.F.) Dec. 1915. Joined 
Royal Flying Corps Jan. 1917, promoted Lieut. May 1917, Capt. Royal Air 
Force July 1918. Served in France. 

ALBERT GEORGE ALLEN. 

Articled to J. Ingram Dawson, of Barnard Castle. Joined Sept. 12, 1914, 
as Trooper Royal Horse Guards (Blue). Appointed Temp. 2nd Lieut. South 
Staffordshire Regt. March 2, 1915, promoted Temp. Capt. July 3, 1916, appointed 
Staff Capt. 51st Inf. Brigade Oct. 28, 1917, appointed Brigade Major 51st Inf. 
Brigade Sept. 7, 1918. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. 
and M.C. Served at Home Sept. 1914 to July 1916, and in France July 1916 
to May 1919. Wounded Battle of Somme July 10, 1916. 

ALBERT VICTOR ALLEN. 

Articled to W. W. Reed, of Dorchester. Served as Driver Royal Field 
Artillery. 

CHARLES ROYLE ALLEN. 

Admitted May 1899, practised as Ormerod & Allen, at Manchester. 
Rejoined 6th V.B. Manchester Regt. March 1915 and was sent to France 
July 1916, attached to the Royal Berkshire Regt., rank Capt. Awarded M.C. 
in Oct. 1917. Killed in action Sept. 27, 1918. 

FREDERICK CLIFFORD BAWDEN ALLEN. 

Articled to Frederick Allen, of Eastbourne. Served as Staff Sergt. 50th 
Gordon Highlanders, coming from British Columbia. 

GERALD ELLISTON ALLEN. 

Articled to H. E. Allen, of Wigan. Joined March 26, 1914, as 2nd Lieut. 
5th Manchester Regt., promoted Lieut. March 1915, Capt. Aug. 1915, attached 
Royal Flying Corps Sept. 1917 to Aug. 1919. Served at Home, in Egypt, 
Gallipoli, France, and Canada. Wounded Aug. 8, 1915. 

KENNETH FREDERICK ALLEN. 

Articled to Frederick George Allen, of Portsmouth. Joined Sept. 9, 1914, 
as Second Lieut., Hants Royal Garrison Artillery (T.F.). Gazetted Lieut. 
July 9, 1915, and A/Capt. Sept. 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served 
at Home Sept. 1914 to Aug. 1916, and in France and Belgium until Jan. 
1919. 

RALPH ERIC HERBERT ALLEN. 

Articled to the late Frederick Alien, of Eastbourne. Joined November 30, 
1914, as Petty Officer Despatch Rider, Royal Navy Armoured Car Section, Air 
Mechanic Royal Naval Air Service Sept. 1915, Warrant Officer (Engineer) 
June 27, 1917, 2nd Lieut. Royal Air Force April 1, 1918, Flying Officer Sept. 
12, 1919. Served in France 1915 and Coast Defence Stations. Wounded 
May 1915, Jan. 1916, and Aug. 1919. 

RONALD WILBERFORCE ALLEN. 

Admitted February 1913. Practising at 2 W^albrook, E.C. 4. Joined 
August 25, 1917, as Sub-Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Served at 
Home Aug. 1917 to April 1919. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 



THOMAS FREITH ALLEN. 

Articled to F. E. Hall, of Mexborough. Enlisted Feb. 6, 1916, as 
Private, 8th. Batt. York & Lancaster Regt., afterwards transferred to 1/6 West 
Yorkshire Regt. Served in France. Wounded on Jan. 7, 1917. Died from 
wounds Jan. 9, 1917. 

FRANK LEONARD ALLWARD. 

Admitted April 1906. Practising at 10 Gray's Inn Square, W.C. Joined 
the Middlesex Regt. Nov. 8, 1916, and afterwards transferred to the Army Pay 
Corps. 

RICHARD ALMACK. 

Admitted July 1909. One of the Assistant Solicitors to M. C. Tait, Solicitor, 
L. & N.W. Rly., Euston Station. Enlisted August 9, 1914, as Private, 1st Batt. 
Hon. Artillery Co. (Infantry). Gazetted 1st Lieut. Royal Engineers March 9, 
1915. Gazetted Capt. Dec. 1, 1915. Served in Belgium and France from 
Sept. 1914 until May 1918, when invalided home. 

ARTHUR JAMES ALMOND. 

Admitted Nov. 1900. Member of Edwin Almond & Sons, of Man- 
chester. Joined Inns of Court O.T.C. Dec. 1915. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Dec. 1916, 1st Lieut. June 1918, Served in France Feb. 1917 to Dec. 
1918. 

WILLIAM EDMUND AMBROSE. 

Admitted June 1907. Practising at Plymouth. Joined Royal Army 
Service Corps (M.T.) March 27, 1917. Commissioned as 2nd Lieut. May 22, 
1917. Promoted Lieut. Nov. 22, 1918. Served at Home. 

REGINALD AMOS. 

Admitted Aug. 1905. Practised at Warrington. Served as 2nd Lieut. 
10th Batt. King's Own Royal Lancaster Regt. from May 11, 1915, afterwards 
transferred to 12th Batt. Devonshire Regt. Promoted Lieut. 

RICHARD FERRAND AMPHLETT. 

Admitted June 1906. Member of Adams & Amphlett, of Wolverhampton. 
Joined June 1916, as 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. Served in France. 
Killed in action April 5, 1917. 

ALBERT JOHN GORDON ANDERSON. 

Admitted Oct. 1912. With Martineau & Reid, of 2 Raymond Buildings, 
Gray's Inn, W.C. Served as 2nd Lieut. 14th Batt. County of London Regt. 
(London Scottish) and attained the rank of Capt. 

ANDREW STEWART ANDERSON. 

Admitted July 1901. Member of Harrison, Burton, Alcock & Anderson, 
of Liverpool. MobiKsed on outbreak of war as Capt. 10th Batt. King's Liver- 
pool Regt. (Liverpool Scottish) (T.) and gazetted to his Majority Jan. 1905. 
Reported missing, believed killed, June 1915. 

ARTHUR GEORGE ANDERSON. 

Admitted July 1909. Member of Roberts, Riley, Creeke & Anderson, of 
Manchester. Enhsted April 1916, as Gunner, 3/1 Home Counties Brigade Royal 
Field Artillery (T.). Commissioned Dec. 16, 1916, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Field 



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Artillery and attached Royal Garrison Artillery, Sept. 1917. Promoted Lieut. 
June 1918, and A/Capt. and Adjutant Aug. 1918. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Served in France. 

JOHN SLOANE ANDERSON. 

Admitted Nov. 1911. Assistant Solicitor to Metropohtan Railway, Baker 
Street Station, N.W. Enhsted Aug. 28, 1914, as Private, 18th Batt. Royal 
Fusihers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 9th Batt. The Queen's Royal West Surrey Regt. 
Feb. 22, 1915, 2nd Lieut. Royal Flying Corps Sept. 1915, promoted Lieut. 
Sept. 1916 and Capt. April 1, 1918. Served in France. Wounded Savy 
June 16, 1916, night bombing. 

JOSEPH BAKER ANTDERSON. 

Admitted April 1900. Practising at Nottingham. Served as Sergeant 7th 
Batt. Notts & Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters) (T.). 

KENNETH REINTHARDT ANDERSON. 

Articled to AllejTie Brown, of Southport. Served as 2nd Lieut. 7th Batt. 
King's Liverpool Regt. (T.) and attained the rank of Capt. 

REGINALD ANDERSON. 

Admitted Oct. 1908. Managing Clerk with Oxley & Coward, of Rother- 
ham. Enlisted Nov. 1, 1915, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. 
(Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. York & Lancaster Regt. June 
1916, promoted Lieut. July 12, 1917. Served in France 1916. Wounded 
Sept. 1, 1916. 

GEORGE LYONS ANDREW. 

Admitted Sept. 1905, practised at 52 Cheapside, E.C. Served as Lieut. 
11th Batt. Cheshire Regt. 

RICHARD HYNMAN ANDREW. 

Admitted Jan. 1910. Managing Clerk with Andrew Wood, Purves & 
Sutton, of 8 & 9 Great James Street, Bedford Row, W.C. Joined Aug. 9, 1914, 
as Private, Hon. Artillery Co. (Infantry). Gazetted Temp. 2nd Lieut. Suffolk 
Regt. July 10, 1915, Temp. Lieut. (General List) July 10, 1916, Temp. Capt. 
(General List) Sept. 25, 1917 (Dep. Asst. Military Secretary), Temp. Lieut. - 
Col. (General List) Jan. 1, 1917 (Asst. Military Secretary). Mentioned in Dis- 
patches three times. Awarded the M.C., the British Empire Order 4th Class, 
and the Order of the Nile 3rd Class. Served at Home Aug. 9 to Sept. 18, 1914, 
France Sept. 19, 1914 to June 1917, Egypt and Palestine June 1917 to Oct. 1919. 

LANCELOT FREDERICK ANDREWES. 

Admitted Feb. 1914. Practised at Hove. Served as Lieut. Royal Army 
Service Corps. 

ARTHUR GEORGE ANDREWS. 

Admitted May 1911. Practised at Enfield. Served as Lieut. " A " Battery 
Hon. Artillery Co. 

ARTHUR NEWTON ANDREWS. 

Admitted Nov. 1912. Private Secretary to Mr. E. A. Strauss, M.P. 
Joined Aug. 28, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry, 



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promoted to Captain 1915. Served at Home and in France. Invalided out 
March 1918. 

FRANCIS NICHOLAS ANDREWS. 

Articled to S. R. Andrews, of Bourne, Lines. Joined Sept. 1914 as Private, 
Public Schools Batt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 15th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles, 
Dec. 10, 1914. Served in France. Died Oct. 11, 1915, at Villers Bocage 
(France) from sickness contracted during War. 

GEORGE RODDAM ANGUS. 

Articled to G. W. Hodgson, of Stanhope, Co. Durham. Joined Dec. 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., 6th Batt. Durham Light Infantry. Promoted Temp. 
Lieut, in June 1915, Temp. Capt. April 1916. Reverted to 2nd Lieut, on 
returning to England in April 1916. Acting Capt. Nov. 1917. Awarded 
the M.C. Served at Home and in France and Belgium. Slightly wounded 
March 1916. 

JOHN ARCHIBALD ANGUS. 

Admitted Dec. 1913. Practised at Newcastle-on-Tyne. Served as 
2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. York and Lancaster Regt., and attained the rank of 
Capt. Awarded the M.C. 

ALLAN YOUNG ANNAND. 

Admitted Aug. 1913. On the Staff of the Pubhc Trustee. Joined 28th 
Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles) as Private, Aug. 1914. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 1st Batt. Highland Light Infantry, May 1915. Served in France 
and Mesopotamia. Wounded at Senn-a-gat March 1916. Killed in bombing 
action Jan. 9-10, 1917. 

FRANK FOSTER ANNEAR. 

Articled to W. P. Annear, of Cardiff. Served as Sergeant Royal Field 
Artillery (T). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. Royal Welch FusiHers Dec. 1915. 

JAMES BERTRAM ANNETT. 

Admitted April 1913. Practising Morpeth, Northumberland. Joined 
June 1915 as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 7th Batt. 
Northumberland Fusiliers Oct. 11, 1915. Promoted Lieut. June 1, 1917. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France. 

ALFRED ANSTEY. 

Admitted March 1900. Member of Houlditch, Anstey & Thompson, of 
Exeter. Served as Major with the 4th Batt. Devonshire Regt. in India. 

HENRY CHARLES ANSTEY. 

Admitted Nov. 1898. Member of Anstey & Co., of 30 Essex Street, W.C. 
Served as Capt. 3rd Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt. 

ERNEST FRANK ANTHONY. 

Admitted March 1892. INIember of Watts & Anthony, of Plymouth. 
Served as Capt. 5th Batt. Devonshire Regt. 

HENRY ANTHONY BIRRELL ANTHONY. 

Admitted Feb. 1884. Practised at Thame. Served as Lieut-Col. 1st 
(Reserve) Batt. Monmouthshire Regt. 



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JOHN RANDOLPH ANTHONY. 

Admitted June 1900. Member of Garrard & Anthony of Worcester and 
Bromyard. Joined March 29, 1915, as 2nd Lieut. 3/8t"h Batt. Worcester 
Regt. (T). Promoted Lieut. Oct. 29, 1915, and transferred T.F. Reserve, 
Capt. Feb. 15, 1916, Law Officer Southern Command. Served at Home. 
JOHN RICHARD ANTHONY. 

Admitted July 1909, practised at Pwllheh. Mobihsed Aug. 1914 with 
Territorials as Lieut. Promoted Capt. in 1915 and transferred Royal Flying 
Corps. Flight Commander in 1917. Killed in action May 26, 1917, and fell 
within the German line. 

ALFRED JAMES APPLETON. 

Admitted April 1908. Member of Appleton, Son & Snowdon, of Leeds. 
Joined Royal Army Service Corps as Private April 1916. Commissioned Temp. 
2nd Lieut. May 22, 1916, Temp. Lieut. Nov. 22, 1917, A/Capt. Nov. 30, 1917, 
Temp. Capt. Oct. 1, 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
M.C. Served in Mesopotamia Nov. 1916, to March 1919, and India March 
1919 to June 1919. 

CHARLES EGERTON APPLETON. 

Admitted Dec. 1902. Member of Wright & Appleton, of Wigan. Joined 
March 19, 1918, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps, subsequently promoted 
to Sergeant. Served ]Mesopotamia. 
JOSEPH ARCH. 

Articled to M. K. Pridmore, of Coventry. Served as Lieut. Srd Batt. 
Royal Warwickshire Regt. 

CHARLES DOUGLAS WARD ARCHER. 

Admitted Dec. 1898. Member of Murr, Rusby & Archer of 63 Lincoln's 
Inn Fields, W.C. Served as Capt. 23rd Div-ision Royal Field Artillery. 
CHARLES KENNETH ARCHER. 

Admitted Oct. 1910. Practised at Newcastle-on-Tyne. Served as Lieut. 
3rd King's African Rifles. 

CLIFFORD WALTER ARCHER. 

Admitted Nov. 1907. Solicitor's Office, Port of London Authority, 
Victoria Embankment, E.C. Enlisted Jan. 5, 1915, as Private, Royal Army 
Ordnance Corps. Gazetted Lieut. Royal Army Ordnance Dept. Jan. 28, 1916. 
Promoted A/Capt. July 1917, A/Major, April 1919. Twice mentioned in 
Dispatches. Served in France. 

FULBERT RATCLIFFE ARCHER. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Of Wolverhampton. Served as 2nd Lieut. Royal 
Devonshire Yeomanry. Promoted Lieut. 

GOODWYN LUDDINGTON ARCHER. 

Admitted Sept. 1900. Member of Archer & Archer, of Ely & Lynn. Served 
as Major 1st Batt. Cambridgeshire Regt. 

LEWIS KENDRAY ARCHER. 

Admitted Feb. 1912. Practising at Bristol. Served as Private Royal 
Army Service Corps (M.T.). 



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RONALD HEDLEY ARCHER. 

Admitted Feb. 1899. Member of Archer, Parkin & Archer, of Stockton- 
on-Tees. Joined Jan. 1916, as 2nd Lieut., Northumberland Fusihers, pro- 
moted 1st Lieut. 1916. Served at Home and in France. Wounded and 
taken prisoner Dec. 1917 in Bullecourt Sector and escaped same day. Died 
on Dec. 27, 1917 from wounds in Hospital near Bapaume. 

THOMAS HOLLINS ARDEN. 

Admitted Dec. 1889. Member of Gamon, Farmer & Co., of Liverpool. 
Mobilised Aug. 5, 1914, as Lieut. -Col. commanding Lancashire and Cheshire 
Royal Garrison Artillery. Served at Home. 

HERBERT THOMPSON ARGENT. 

Admitted May 1906. Managing Clerk with Jones & Son, of Colchester. 
Embodied Aug. 5, 1914, as Lieut. 5th Batt. Essex Regt. (T.), promoted Capt. 
Aug. 26, 1914, Major June 1, 1916. Awarded the T.D. May 25, 1919. Served 
at Gallipoli. Very severely wounded at Suvla Bay, Aug. 17, 1915. Gazetted 
out on account of wounds. May 21, 1919. 

EDWARD NORIVIAN GWYNN ARKELL. 

Managing Clerk with Speechly, Mumford & Craig, lONev/ Square, Lincoln's 
Inn, W.C. Joined Nov. 30, 1915, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. Suffolk Regt. Aug. 10, 1917, went as Instructor to 
No. 24 (Tank Corps) Officer Cadet Batt., promoted Lieut. April 25, 1918, 
A /Capt. June 1, 1918. Served at Home and in France. 

FRANK JOSEPH ARKELL. 

Articled to R. E. Steel, of Cheltenham. Joined Sept 10, 1914, as Private, 
5th Batt. Gloucestershire Regt. (Machine Gun Section). Killed at St. Quentin 
in Oct. 1917. 

BENJAMIN ARKLE. 

Articled to John Cam.eron of Liverpool. Served as Private, 10th Batt. 
King's Liverpool Regt. (Liverpool Scottish), subsequently gazetted 2nd 
Lieut, same Batt. and Regt., and attained the rank of Capt. Once mentioned 
in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 

STEPHEN CECIL ARMITAGE. 

Admitted Oct. 1911. Member of Ekin, Morris &Armitage, of Nottingham. 
Mobilised as Lieut. Army Service Corps, Aug. 5, 1914, promoted Capt. 
Oct. 12, 1914. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France and at 
Home. 

WILLLAM ARTHUR ARMITAGE. 

Admitted April 1913. Managing Clerk with Barstow & Midgley, of Halifax. 
Enlisted Oct. 17, 1914, as Private, 15th Batt. West Yorkshire Regt. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 1st Batt. West Yorkshire Regt. March 1, 1917, promoted Lieut. 
Sept. 1918 and transferred General List as Brigade Intelligence Officer, 18th 
Infantry Brigade. Appointed Administrative Staff Capt. with Army of 
Occupation (Rhine) Jan. 1919. Served in Egypt Dec. 1915 to Feb. 1916, 
France, Feb. 1916 to July 1916, France and Belgium, March 1917 to Nov. 1918, 
Army of the Rhine. Wounded July 1, 1916, Battle of Somme 



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WILLIAM JAMES ARMITAGE. 

Admitted Oct. 1896. Practised at Sheffield. Served as Major 4th 
(Hallamshire) Batt. York and Lancaster Rcgt. (T.). 

FORSTER MOORE ARMSTRONG. 

Admitted Nov. 1902. Member of J. M. Moore & Armstrong, of South 
Shields. Mobilised Aug. 1914 as Capt. 4th Northumbrian Brigade, Royal 
Field Artillery, attached to Northumbrian D.A.C. as Adjutant Nov. 1914, 
promoted Major June 1, 1916, vacated Adjutant D.A.C. Feb. 1917. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home till April 21, 1915, and afterwards 
in France. Killed in action between Heninel and St. Martin's-sur-Cojuel, 
France, Sept. 25, 1917. 

GEORGE JACKSON ARMSTRONG. 

Admitted Nov. 1907. Managing Clerk with Messrs. Lidiard & Co., 7 
Great James Street, Bedford Row, W.C. 1. Enlisted in the Rifle Brigade on 
Nov. 10, 1914. Commissioned 2nd Lieut. 11th Batt. West Yorkshire Regt. 
April 26, 1915, promoted Capt. July 7, 1916, Major April 26, 1918. Awarded 
the M.C. and Italian Cross of Merit (Croce di Guerra). Served at Home, 
Nov. 1914 to Aug. 1915, France and Belgium, Aug. 1915 to Nov. 1917, Italy, 
Nov. 1917 to April, 1919. Wounded at Contalmaison July 10, 1916, and at 
Ypres, March 11, 1917. 

HERBERT ROWSE ARINISTRONG. 

Admitted Feb. 1895. Member of Cheese & Armstrong, of Hay, Brecon- 
shire. Joined Oct. 20, 1914, as Capt., 1st Wessex Field Co., R.E., promoted 
Major — substantive rank — June 1916. Served in France May to Oct. 1918, 
otherwise at Home. 

JOHN ARMSTRONG. 

Admitted March 1908, practising at Manchester. Joined Aug. 29, 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., 7th Batt. Cheshire Regt., promoted Lieut. Oct. 1914, 
Capt. June 30, 1916, General Staff Officer 3rd Grade Jan. 22, 1918. Twice 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the Order of the Nile 4th Class. Served 
at Gallipoli July to August 1915, Egypt and Palestine Feb. 1916 to March 1919. 
Wounded at Suvla, Aug. 1915. 

JOHN ARTHUR ARMSTRONG. 

Admitted Nov. 1897. Practising at Eye, Suffolk. Joined May 5, 1917, as 
Driver in No. 2 Cadet Company, Royal Army Service Corps, Aldershot. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps July 29, 1917, promoted 1st Lieut. 
Jan. 29, 1919, graded Staff Lieut, whilst employed in Record Office and 
transferred to General List with effect from Feb. 8, 1918. Served at Home. 

VINCENT ARMSTRONG. 

Admitted Feb. 1913. Of Leicester. Served as Corporal, Royal Army 
Service Corps (M.T.). 

RONALD HENRY ARNHOLZ. 

Articled to H. P. Arnholz, of 3 & 4 Great Winchester Street, London, 
E.C. 1. Joined Sept. 21, 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Commissioned 
as 2nd Lieut. Hertfordshire Regt. March 25, 1915, and promoted Lieut. June 1, 



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1916. Served in Mesopotamia with Kut Relief Force, and subsequently in 
France. Killed in action Aug. 23, 1918. 

ALFRED LEWIS ARNOLD. 

Admitted March 1910. Member of Hicks, Arnold & Bender, 35 King 
Street, Covent Garden, W.C. Enlisted May 25, 1916, as Private, The Queen's 
Royal West Surrey Regt. Granted a commission as 2nd Lieut, in 24th Batt. 
London Regt. (Queen's), attached to 9th London Regt. (Queen Victoria Rifles). 
Killed in action at Ypres on Aug. 15, 1917. 

EDWARD GLADWIN ARNOLD. 

Articled to Sydney Morse, of 1 Kingsway, W.C. Joined 1914, as Lieut., 1st 
Wessex Brigade, R.F.A. Reported " missing " on March 21, 1918, and sub- 
sequently officially reported " beUeved killed " and " buried in a military 
cemetery abroad." 

MONTIE PHILLIP ARNOLD. 

Admitted June 1906. Member of Hicks, Arnold & Bender, 35 King Street, 
Covent Garden. Enlisted Sept. 1916 as Rifleman, 5th Batt. City of London 
Regt. (London Rifle Brigade). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 1st Batt. London Regt., 
attached 39th Royal FusiHers Feb. 1918, attached H.Q. D.E.T.A., E.E.F., 
Jerusalem, Sept. 1918, Staff Lieut, (graded G.G.), Assistant to Senior Judicial 
Officer, President of Court of First Instance for Kazas, Haifa, Acre, and Naza- 
reth, and Staff Capt. (graded F.F.) Jan. 1919. Served at Home, Egypt, and 
Palestine. 

ROBERT ANTHONY ARNOLD. 

Admitted July 1895. Member of Arnold, Day and Tuff, of Rochester. 
Joined Sept. 8, 1914, as Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps, promoted Capt. 
Royal Engineers Oct. 20, 1914, Major June 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served in France and Flanders July 1916 to Feb. 1919. 

WILLIAM NOEL ARNOLD. 

Admitted Dec. 1909. Member of Arnold & Son, of Birmingham. Served 
as 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery and subsequently promoted A /Lieut. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 

SPENCER LUMSDEN ARNOTT. 

Admitted July 1892. Member of Arnott, Swan & Walker, of Newcastle- 
on-Tyne. Served as Lieut. 23rd (Ser\dce) Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers. 
EDWARD HUGH ARUNDEL. 

Articled to W. F. Challinor, of Leek. Joined Nov. 27, 1914, as A.B., Royal 
Naval Division. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Tank Corps Feb. 27, 1917. Promoted 
Lieut. July 18. Served at Galhpoli Peninsula, May 1915, to the Evacua- 
tion, Imbros, Evacuation to May 1916, France, May 1916, to Aug. 1916, 
France, May 1917 to Oct. 1918. Wounded Oct. 3, 1918, at Estrees near 
Peronne. 

WILLIAM FA WELL ASCROFT. 

Admitted Nov. 1901. Member of R. & W. Ascroft, of Preston. Joined 
April 20, 1915, as Capt., Loyal North Lancashire Regt, seconded for duty as 
R.T.O. (overseas) March 11, 1916, graded as Staff Capt. July 6, 1917, rehnquished 



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commission April 29, 1919, " on account of ill-health contracted on active 
service." Gazetted Brevet-Major Jan. 1, 1919. Served at Home and in France. 

JOHN PRENTICE ASHBRIDGE. 

Admitted Nov. 1902, practising at 88 Fenehurch Street, E.G. Served 
as Private 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles) and subsequently 
gazetted 2nd Lieut. 18th Batt. County of London Regt. (London Irish Rifles). 
Promoted Lieut. 

LAWRENCE ASHBRIDGE. 

Admitted Oct. 1908. Member of Blair & W. B. Girling, of 1 Wool Exchange, 
Basinghall Street, E.C. 2. Enlisted Oct. 1, 1914, as Private, 10th Batt. Royal 
Fusiliers, gazetted 2nd Lieut. March 27, 1917, to East Yorkshire Regt., pro- 
moted Lieut. Sept. 1918, served in 8th and 1st Batt. East Yorkshire Regt. 
Served in France. Wounded Somme, July 15, 1916, and Aug. 26, 1918. 

JOHN FRANCIS ASHBY. 

Admitted Aug. 1909. Member of Ashby & Clothier, of Liverpool. Joined 
Aug. 15, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 3rd (Special Reserve) Batt. The Cheshire Regt., 
subsequently promoted 1st Lieut, (attached 1st Cheshire Regt.). Invahded 
home from Ypres April, 1915. Resigned commission on grounds of ill-health 
occasioned by ser\ice Aug. 1916. Secretary Forging and Casting Dept., 
Ministry of Munitions, Sept. 1916 to June 1918. 

WILLIAM ASHCROFT. 

Admitted April 1907. Member of Dodds, Ashcroft & Cook, of Liverpool. 
Enlisted Sept. 1914 as Private, 17th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. and rose to 
Sergeant. Received commission (early 1915) and transferred to 19th Batt. 
King's Liverpool Regt., subsequently promoted Lieut. Served in France 1915 
to 1917 and 1918. Wounded April 9, 1917. Killed in action March 22, 1918. 

HARRY SHERARD OSBORN ASHINGTON. 

Articled to A. Brown, of Southport. Joined 1914 as 2nd Lieut., 7th Batt. 
East Yorkshire Regt. Went to the front July 1915, and a year later was 
wounded and brought home. Went back in Nov. 1916 and gazetted A/Capt. 
Killed in action Jan. 31, 1917. 

ALBERT LEES ASHTON. 

Admitted April 1915. Practising at Liverpool. Served as 2nd Lieut. 16th 
(Service) Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. 

CHARLES ASHTON. 

Articled to W. H. Tyrer, ToA\'n Clerk, Wigan, Lanes. Enlisted Jan. 1916, 
as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). Served in France. 

GEORGE FREDERICK ASHTON. 

Admitted July 1903, practising at Runcorn, Cheshire. Joined Oct. 2, 
1914, as Temp. Capt., 10th Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers, promoted Temp. 
Major Dec. 1916, transferred to Labour Corps. Oct. 1917. Awarded the M.C. 
Served in France. Wounded on the Somme on July 27, 1916. 

HENRY OSWALD ASHTON. 

Admitted Dec. 1912. Member of Bankes, Ashton & Co., of Bury St. Ed- 
munds. Joined July 1916 as 2nd Lieut., 3/5th Batt. Suffolk Regt, promoted 



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to 1st Lieut, and whilst in France attached to the 15th Batt. Royal Warwick- 
shire Regt. Killed in action in France on Aug. 29, 1918. 

JOHN ASHTON. 

Admitted Jan. 1912. Managing Clerk with Wilham E. Gregson, of Liver- 
pool. Enhsted Feb. 28, 1917, as Private, Labour Corps, subsequently promoted 
Sergeant. Served in France (Forward Area) from March 1917 to Nov. 1919. 

FRANCIS EDWARD ASHWORTH. 

Admitted Oct. 1907. Of St. Annes-on-Sea. Enhsted Sept. 2, 1914, as 
Private, 1st City Batt. Manchester Regt., afterwards known as 16th (Service) 
Batt. Manchester Regt., transferred Feb. 20, 1917, to Royal Army Service Corps 
(M.T.). Served Nov. 1915 to Nov. 1917 in France and Belgium, and Dec. 1917 
to March 1919 in Italy. 

ROBERT SPENCER ASHWORTH. 

Admitted Nov. 1909. Member of Rowley & Co., of Manchester. Joined 
Oct. 7, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. Lancashire Fusihers, promoted Lieut. 
1915, Capt. 1916, Temp. Major 1917. Served at Home and in France. 

THOMAS ASPDEN. 

Admitted July 1905. Of Chorley, Lanes. Served as Private, 1st Batt. 
Loyal North Lancashire Regt. 

THOMAS LESLIE ASTBURY. 

Articled to R. J. Curtis, of Birmingham, and afterwards an Assistant 
Clerk to the Birmingham Board of Guardians. Enhsted Oct. 1914 as Private, 
14th Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt. (1st Birmingham Batt.), gazetted as 
2nd Lieut, to South Staffordshire Regt. Aug. 9, 1915, and attained rank of 
Capt. Killed March 21, 1918, at BuUecourt, France. 

NORMAN HENRY ASTE. 

Admitted Oct. 1912. Member of John Holmes & Son, 34 Clement's 
Lane, Lombard Street, E.C. Mobihsed Aug. 1914 as Lance-Corporal, Hon. 
Artillery Co., promoted Corporal on arrival in France Sept. 1914. Wounded 
slightly in Feb. 15 and returned to England. Received Commission as 2nd 
Lieut, of the Royal Garrison Artillery in April 1915. Killed in action near 
Albert Aug. 4, 1916. 

FREDERIC MARRINER ASTON. 

Admitted Dec. 1892. Formerly a member of Norman & Aston, of 23 
Surrey Street, Strand. Served as Capt. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. 
Killed in action in Flanders July 30, 1915. 

WALTER VINCENT ASTON. 

Articled to H. W. K. Rawlins, of Bournemouth. Joined 1914 as Private, 
Universities and Public Schools Batt. Royal Fusihers, subsequently gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Royal Fusiliers, and promoted Lieut. 

ROLAND WALDEGRAVE ATCHLEY. 

Admitted Dec. 1913. Practising at 50 Jermyn Street, S.W. 1. Joined 
June 1916 as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regiment (Artists Rifles). 
Commission in Royal Flying Corps as Equipment Officer 3rd Class, Sept. 



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1916, rank 2nd Lieut., subsequently transferred to Royal Air Force as 
a Lieut. April 1918. Served at Home and in France. 

JAMES FREDERICK HAYNES ATKEY. 

Admitted Nov. 1901. Member of Atkey & Son, of 9 Sackville Street, 
Piccadilly, W. Joined Aug. 1915 as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 3/2nd North Midland Royal Field Artillery (T.) Dec. 1915, pro- 
moted Lieut, about August 1917, Capt. about Aug. 1918. Served in France 
Feb. 1917 to Sept. 1918. Wounded Sept. 3, 1918. 

ALFRED JOHN ATKINS. 

Admitted May 1917. Managing Clerk to Hodding & Jackson, of Salisbury. 
Enlisted Nov. 20, 1914, in 6th (Cyclist) Batt. Royal Sussex Regt. as a Motor- 
cyclist Dispatch Rider with rank of Lance-Corporal. Discharged on March 10, 
1915, as Medically Unfit for Further Service owing to defective vision. 

CECIL CHARLES ATKINS. 

Admitted Oct. 1904. Practised at Lowestoft. Served as Lieut. 6th 
(Cyclist) Batt. Suffolk Regt. 

GEORGE JAMES MURRAY ATKINS. 

Admitted Jan. 1897. With Gibson & Weldon, 27 Chancery Lane, London. 
Joined July 1917 as Cadet in the Garrison Officers Cadet Batt., Cambridge. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 1st Garrison Batt. Worcester Regt. Sept. 17, 1917, Staff 
Lieut. R.T.O. France, June 8, 1918. Served in France. 

JOHN LLOYD ATKINS. 

Articled to Percy William Leighton Earle, of Merthyr Tydfil. Enlisted 
Jan. 1916 as Private, 28th Batt. Royal Fusihers. Gazetted Sub-Lieut, in 
the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve and attached to Royal Naval Division 
March 1, 1917. Served at Home and in France. 

ARTHUR ATKINSON. 

Admitted Nov. 1886. Member of Atkinson & Stainer, of Folkestone. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914 as Major 4th Batt. The Buffs (East Kent Regt.) (T.). 

BERNARD STEWART ATKINSON. 

Articled to W. Walford, of Walsall. Joined 1914 as Private, Inns of 
Court O.T.C, subsequently receiving his Commission and promoted to A/Capt. 
South Staffordshire Regt. Killed in action at Bourlon Wood, Nov. 30, 1917. 

GEORGE JAMES ATKINSON. 

Admitted Nov. 1902. Managing Clerk with Messrs. Burd, Pearse, Prick- 
man & Brown, of Okehampton, Devon. Joined Sept. 26, 1916 as Ordinary 
Seaman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Commissioned Sub-Lieut. R.N.V.R. 
Dec. 10, 1917, promoted Lieut. Dec. 10, 1918. Served with the Grand Fleet 
(Destroyer Flotillas) and in the Mediterranean (Motor Launch Patrol.) 

JOSEPH ALBERT ATKINSON. 

Admitted June 1916. Of Leeds. Served as Lance-Bombadier 16th 
Heavy Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. 

NORMAN EVANS ATKINSON. 

Articled to C. E. Atkinson, of Harrogate. Served as Lieut. 3rd Batt. 
West Yorkshire Regt Once mentioned in Dispatches. 



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REGINALD DOUGLAS ATKINSON. 

Admitted July 1904. Of Bangkok, Siam. Served as Capt. 6th Reserve 
of Cavalry. 

JAMES ATTENBOROUGH. 

Admitted Oct. 1907. Member of Stanley Attenborough & Co., 18 
Piccadilly, London. Mobilised Aug. 1914 as Major, 2nd Batt. London Regt., 
promoted Lieut. -Col. Dec. 1914. Four times mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded the C.M.G. and T.D. Served at Malta, France, and Home. 

RALPH ERNEST ATTENBOROUGH. 

Admitted Oct. 1904. Member of Attenboroughs, of 15 & 16 Thavies 
Inn, Holborn, E.C. Served as Sergeant Inns of Court O.T.C. Subsequently 
gazetted 2nd Lieut. Inns of Court O.T.C. and promoted Lieut. Lieut. Machine 
Gun Corps. 

HAROLD FREDERIC ATTER. 

Admitted Aug. 1901, practising at Wakefield. Joined Oct. 31, 1914, 
as 2nd Lieut., King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, promoted Temp. Lieut. 
Jan. 1915, Temp. Capt. March 1915, reverted to 2nd Lieut, on alteration 
of posting Aug. 1916, appointed Staff Capt. 138th Inf. Brigade Sept. 
1917, appointed Staff Capt., H.Q. First Army April 14, 1918. Once men- 
tioned in Dispatches. Awarded the O.B.E. (Military Division). Served at 
Home 1914 to 1916, and in France 1916 to 1919. 

RAYMOND GEORGE ATTRIDE. 

Admitted June 1913, practised at Wellington College, Berks. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914 as Lieut. 4th Batt. Royal Berkshire Regt, promoted Capt. Sept. 
1914. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Killed in action, Aug. 14, 1916, near 
Pozieres, France. 

LESLIE FRANK ATTWATER. 

Articled to L. W. Liell, of 110 Bishopsgate, E.C. Joined Jan. 20, 1915, 
as Private, Hon. Artillery Company. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison 
Artillery Sept. 23, 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1917, A/Capt. Sept. 1917. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home Jan. 1915 to April 1916 
and in France May 1916 to May 1919. Slightly wounded July 30, 1917. 

JOHN LORIMER AUDEN. 

Articled to T. E. Auden, of Burton-on-Trent. Mobilised Aug. 1914 as 
1st Lieut. North Staffordshire Regt., promoted Capt. July 1915. Awarded 
the M.C. Served in France. Blown up by shell at Monchy Sept. 1916. 

DUDLEY AUKLAND. 

Admitted Aug. 1909, practising at Liverpool. Served as Lieut. 5th 
Batt. South Lancashire Regt. (T.). 

CECIL WALTER AUSTIN 

Admitted July 1912. Managing Clerk with Nicholson, Patterson & 
Freeland, 46 Queen Anne's Gate, London, S.W. Joined Nov. 3, 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps, promoted Lieut. March 1915, Capt. 
March, 1916. Served in France Jan. 1915 to March 1919. 



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ROGER LORIMER AUSTIN. 

Admitted May 1902, practised at Bristol. Served as Major 1st South 
Midland (Gloucestershire) Brigade, Royal Field Artillery (T.). 

HENRY AUTY. 

Admitted May 1879. Member of Auty & Sons, of Sheffield. Served as 
Lieut. 4th Batt. York and Lancaster Regt. 

DOUGLAS HENRY AVORY. 

Admitted April 1912, practised at 18 Austin Friars, E.C. Joined 
Oct. 1914 as 2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. Royal Berkshire Regt., and subsequently 
promoted Lieut. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France. 

EDMUND PORTMAN AWDRY. 

Articled to E. M. Awdry, of Chippenham, Wilts. Mobilised Aug. 1914 
as 2nd Lieut. Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry. Appointed Adjutant Dec. 1915, 
and promoted Capt. Feb. 1916. Awarded the M.C. Served in France. 

NEVILLE JOHN AWDRY. 

Articled to R. B. Wood, of Chippenham. Mobilised Aug. 1914 as Lieut. 
4th Batt. Wiltshire Regt., promoted Capt. June 1916, Staff Capt. Poona 
Brigade, India, Aug. 1916 to December 1917. Served in India December 
1914 to Oct. 1919. 

HERBERT EDWARD AYRES. 

Admitted Dec. 1913. Managing Clerk with Reed & Reed, 1 Guildhall 
Chambers, Basinghall Street, E.C. Enhsted July 8, 1918, as Private, 28th 
Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles), promoted Lance-Corporal 
Oct. 1918. Served at Home. 

PERCY DANFORD ALWARD 

Admitted May 1911. Member of Henry J. King & Aylward, of Salisbury. 
Served as 2nd Lieut. 15th Batt. Hampshire Regt. 



FRANCIS ERIC LEONARD BACHE. 

Admitted April 1906. Member of Wm. Bache & Sons, of West Bromwich. 
Enlisted Sept. 1914 as Private, 10th Batt. South Staffordshire Regt. Gazetted 
1st Lieut. 10th Batt. South Staffordshire Regt. Nov. 1, 1915, promoted 
Capt. Feb. 1916. Awarded the M.C. Served at Gallipoli and France. 
Wounded April 1918. 

CHARLES WALTER BACK. 

Admitted Nov. 1910. Member of Francis & Back, of Norwich. Enlisted 
Sept. 2, 1914, as Private, 19th (Service) Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Commissioned 
3rd Batt. Norfolk Regt., May 23, 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1917, Capt. 
Sept. 1917. Awarded the M.C. Served Home, and in Egypt, Palestine, 
and Syria. 

HENRY WILLIAM BACK. 

Admitted June 1910. Member of Francis & Back, of Norwich. Mobilised 
as Lieut., Norfolk Regt. Aug. 4, 1914, promoted Capt. Dec. 1914, Major 
Sept. 1917. Served at Home, in France, Italy, and Belgium. 



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HORACE AUBREY BACK. 

Admitted Oct. 1906. Member of Surtees, Phillpotts & Co., 6 St. Helen's 
Place, London, E.C. Joined Feb. 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 3rd Batt. Gloucestershire 
Regt., subsequently attached in France to 1st Batt. Killed in France 
Sept. 22, 1916. 

HENRY BACKHOUSE. 

Articled to Henry Backhouse, of Blackburn. Joined Dec. 13, 1917, Inns 
of Court O.T.C. Transferred to 2nd Cavalry Officers Cadet School, April 
1918, gazetted 2nd Lieut, in 6th Reserve Regt. of Dragoons Oct. 18, 1918. 
Served at Home. 
STANLEY EDGAR BADCOCK. 

Admitted May 1904-. :Member of F. & S. E. Badcock, of Bishop Auckland. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914 as Capt., Durham Light Infantry. Promoted Major 
March 1915. Killed in action April 26, 1915, at the 2nd Battle of Ypres. 

CYRIL LAUD BADDELEY. 

Admitted Dec. 1913. Member of Baddeleys & Co., of 77 Leadenhall 
Street, E.C. Served as Lieut. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 

EDWARD LAWRENCE BADDELEY. 

Admitted June 1893. Practised at Manchester. Mobihsed Aug. 1914 as 
Major, 8th Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers. Served in Egypt and Galhpoh. Killed 
in action at Gallipoli, June 6, 1915. 

JAMES ALEXANDER BADDILEY. 

Admitted Feb. 1906. Member of Baddiley & Co., of Doncaster. Enhsted 
June 7, 1915, as Private, Royal Army Serxace Corps, promoted Corporal Nov. 
1915. Served in France Aug. 1915 to Feb 1919. 

PERCY BADHAM. 

Admitted July 1913. Of Tewkesbury. Served as 2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. 
Gloucestershire Regt. 

GEOFFREY THOMAS BAGGALLAY. 

Articled to A. Bathurst, 48 Lincoln's Inn Fields. Mobihsed Aug. 1914 as 
Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (The Artists). Promoted Sergeant 
Dec. 1914, gazetted Temp. 2nd Lieut. Welch Regt. May 9, 1915, promoted 
Lieut. South Wales Borderers Aug. 1917, Capt. Aug. 1919. Served in France. 
Wounded May 24, 1915, and Nov. 20, 1917. 

GEORGE BARRY BAGNALL. 

Admitted April 1912, practised at 147 Oxford Street, W. Joined Aug. 
1914 as Private, 10th Batt. Royal Fusihers, subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
13th Batt. Rifle Brigade. Served in France. Killed in action April 20, 1917. 

BRIAN GRIERSON BAILEY. 

Articled to N. C. Bailey, of 5 Bemers Street, W. Joined 1914 as Private, 
Inns of Court O.T.C, subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. 9th Batt. County of 
London Regt. (Queen Victoria's Rifles). Promoted Lieut. 

CHARLES FREDERIC BAILEY. 

Admitted Aug. 1895. Practising at Leicester. Served as Capt. 4th (Re- 
serve) Batt. Leicestershire Regt. (T.). 



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ED\yARD ALEC HORSMAN BAILEY. 

Admitted April 1911. Managing Clerk with Baileys, Shaw & Gillett, of 
5 Berners Street, W. 1. Mobilised Aug. 1914 as Major, Royal Field Artillery (T.) 
Promoted A/Lieut.-Col. July 1917, Lieut.-Col. May 19i8, Staff Capt. Royal 
Artillery Aug. 1914 to April 1916, Brigade-Major Royal Artillery April 1916 
to Jan. 1917. Four times mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded D.S.O. Served 
at Home 1914 to 1915, in France 1915 to 1916, and Egypt and Palestine 191& 
to 1918. Invalided Home with dysentery and typhoid Aug. 1918. 

GILBERT HOWARD BAILEY. 

Admitted April 1907. Member of Cooper, Sons, Marsh & Bailey, of Man- 
chester. Enlisted Nov. 1914 as Ord. Seaman in R.N.V.R. and later promoted 
to Chief Petty Officer. Transferred to the Army in May 1916 and granted 
commission as 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps. Served with the Egyptian 
Camel Transport Corps from May 1916 to Nov. 1916 in Egypt and Sinai and then 
transferred to Remount Services and appointed Adjutant of a Camel Remount 
Depot at Suez, Egypt, promoted to Capt. and later made Commandant of 
No. 2 Camel Remount Depot, Egypt. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served 
in Gallipoli, Egj^t, and Sinai. Military visits to Arabia, Soudan, and British 
Somaliland. 

WILLIAM HENRY BAILEY. 

Admitted May 1900. Town Clerk of Taunton. Mobilised Aug. 1914 
as Lieut., Somerset Royal Horse Artillery. Promoted Capt. Nov. 1914, 
Major March 1918. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to Nov. 1917, Egypt and 
Palestine Nov. 1917 to May 1918, and France June 1918 to Nov. 1918. 

WILLIAM JOHN BAILEY. 

Articled to W. J. Bailey, of Newport, Isle of Wight. Enlisted Nov. 1916 
as Signaller, Royal Garrison Artillery, subsequently employed as Dispatch 
Rider, attached R.E. (Signals). Served in France and with British Army of 
the Rhine. 

EDWARD MILLEAR BAILY. 

Admitted May 1903. Practising at Glastonbury. Mobilised Aug. 1914 
with the Somerset Light Infantry and attained the rank of Major. Served in 
India and Mesopotamia. 

GERARD GIBSON BAILY. 

Admitted Feb. 1899. Assistant to N. J. Hughes-Hallett, Clerk of the 
Peace and of the County Council, Derbyshire. Rejoined the 5th Batt. Sher- 
wood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regt.) as Capt. Oct. 1914. Served in France. 
THOMAS BENJAMIN BAINBRIDGE. 

Admitted Dec. 1907. Managing Clerk with Balderston, Warren & Pothe- 
cary, of Letchworth, Herts, and 82 Bedford Row, W.C. 1. Joined July 5, 1915, 
as Temp. 2nd Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps (H.T.). Promoted 1st Lieut. 
Jan. 1916, A/Capt. (attached Salonica Base Headquarters for legal duties) 
Dec. 1918, subsequently confirmed Temp. Capt. and Courts-Martial Officer, 
Salonica Base Headquarters as from same date. Once mentioned in Dis- 
patches. Served in Macedonia and Bulgaria Aug. 1916 to Nov. 1918, 
subsequently throughout the " Army of the Black Sea," generally— Saloncia, 



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Turkey, Bulgaria, and South Russia, to July 1919, on special legal duties for 
G.H.Q., H.Q. Lines of Communication, and H.Q. Salonica Base. 

ELLIS EYTON BAINES. 

Admitted May 1897. Member of Vandercom & Co., 23 Bush Lane, E.C. 4. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914 as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists 
Rifles). Promoted A/Sergt. Nov. 1914, and Company Q.M.S. in Jan. 1915, 
gazetted Lieut. Army Ordnance Department on June 17, 1915, promoted 
Capt. March 1917. Served at Home and in France. Died at No. 2 British Red 
Cross Hospital, Rouen, on Aug. 7, 1918, from illness following ser\'ice. 

STEPHEN HUMPHREY BAINES. 

Admitted Nov. 1900. Member of Hazel & Baines, of Oxford. Joined 2/4 
Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry (T.) Sept. 15, 1914, as a Private. Commission 
in Sherwood Foresters 1915, transferred to Labour Corps Sept. 1917, attached 
13th Batt. East Lancashire Regt. June 1918, joined 119th Light Trench 
Mortar Battery July 1918. Served at Home and in France and Belgium. 
Wounded on the Somme March 1917, and near Armentieres Oct. 5, 1918. 

ERIC JOHN BAIRSTOW. 

Articled to T. S. Steel, of Warrington. Mobilised Aug. 1914 as 2nd Lieut., 
l/5th Batt. Cheshire Regt. (T.F.). Promoted Lieut. May 1915, Capt. Sept. 
1915. Served 6 months in England and 4 years in France and Belgium. 

AUBREY HALLIWELL BAKER. 

Articled to E. E. Baker, of Weston-super-Mare. MobiHsed Aug. 1914 as 
Lieut., 4th Batt. Somerset Light Infantry (T.). Promoted Capt. Oct. 1914. 
Served in India, chiefly on frontier, Oct. 1914 to Feb. 1916, and in Mesopotamia 
Feb. and March 1916. Killed in action in the advance to Kut March 8, 1916. 

CHARLES WILLIAM EVELYN BAKER. 

Admitted Feb. 1911. Member of Baker & Sons, of 35 Parliament Street, 
S.W. Served as Lieut., 8th Batt. Royal West Kent Regt. and Motor Machine 
Gun Corps, and subsequently promoted Capt. 

FRANK JAMES BAKER. 

Admitted June 1912, practising at Guildford. Enhsted Aug. 6, 1914, as 
Private, 13th Batt. County of London Regt. Gazetted Lieut. Royal Flying 
Corps Feb. 1915, promoted Capt. Aug. 1917, Major (Staff Officer 2nd Class) 
July 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home. 

GEORGE BRINGLEY AUFRERE BAKER. 

Articled to B. A. Collins, of Reading. Served as 2nd Lieut., Royal Berk- 
shire Regt. and subsequently promoted Lieut. Awarded the 31. C. 

GEORGE FREDERICK BAKER. 

Admitted Oct. 1910. Member of Baker & Meek, of Willenhall. Enlisted 
Dec. 10, 1915, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). Sergeant from 
Feb. 1917, A/Mechanist Staff Sergeant July 1917 to Aug. 1918. Served at 
Home and in Mesopotamia. 

HUGH HASSARD BAKER. 

Admitted Aug. 1912. Member of Baker & Sons, of 35 Parliament Street, 
S.W. Served vdth the 14th Batt. County of London Regt. (London Scottish). 



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JOSEPH BAWRON BAKER. 

Articled to Charles R. Steele, of 6 Finsbury Square, E.C. 2. Joined 
May 17, 1915, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal 
Warwickshire Regt. Aug. 21, 1915, promoted Lieut. Feb. 1917. Served 
in Mesopotamia March 1916 to Aug. 1918, and with North Persian Force 
Aug. 1918 to Feb. 1919. Wounded April 5, 1916, at Felahiged, Mesopotamia. 

JOSIAH FERDINAND BAKER. 

Admitted April 1913, practised at Burnley. Served as 2nd Lieut. 
5th Batt. East Lancashire Regt. 

NEVILLE ERNEST BAKER. 

Articled to E. E. Baker, of Weston-super-Mare. Joined Aug. 1914 as 
Motor Cychst Despatch Rider-Corporal, Royal Engineers (Signals). Sailed for 
France with First Division Aug. 1914, gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal 
Engineers Jan. 1915, Brigade Signal Officer 1915, promoted Lieut., attached to 
Headquarters 2nd Brigade Tank Corps, 1917. Served in France and Belgium 
1914 to 1917. Died of w^ounds at Voormezeele near Yypres, Belgium, July 31, 
1917. 

REGINALD LAWRENCE BAKER. 

Admitted Dec. 1901, practised at Abergavenny. MobiHsed Aug. 1914 as 
Capt. 3rd Batt. Monmouthshire Regt. Killed in action at Ypres May 8, 1915. 

THO:\L\S MACDONALD BAKER. 

Articled to E. T. Hall, of Reading. MobiHsed Aug. 4, 1914, as a Lieut., 
l/6th Batt. East Surrey Regt. (T.). Promoted Temp. Capt. Oct. 1914, con- 
firmed in rank of Capt. June 1916. Served at Home, Aden, and India. 
Wounded Jan. 5, 1918. 

FRANCIS SHORLAND BALL. 

Admitted July 1901, practised at Manchester. Served as Lieut., 1st 
Batt. The Queen's Royal West Surrey Regt. 

FRANK LESLIE BALL. 

Admitted Jan. 1905. Member of Godfrey, Warr & Co., of Palmerston 
House, 34 Old Broad Street, London, E.C. Enhsted Sept. 2, 1914, as Private, 
in 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
East Yorkshire Regt. Oct. 3, 1915, promoted Capt. and Adjutant July 1916, 
A/Major Oct. 1916. Temporarily commanding Battalion Nov. and Dec. 
1916. Awarded the M.C. Served in France from Jan. 1915 until taken 
prisoner at Wytscheate Ridge, April 28, 1918. 

JOHN RAYIMOND MORTON BALL. 

Admitted April 1906. Member of Ball, Smith & Playne, of Stroud, Glos. 
Called up on Embodiment of Territorial Force Aug. 5, 1914, as Capt., Royal 
Army Service Corps. Promoted to Major Oct. 1914, and to Lieut. -Col. 
June 1916. Awarded the T.D. Served in France March 1915, to Nov. 1915, 
and May 1916, to Sept. 1916. 

CECIL BALLS. 

Admitted July 1896. Clerk with Richardson, Foxwell & Hart, of Much 
Hadham, Herts. Served as Corporal, 4th (Reserve) Batt. Essex Regt. 



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ARTHUR BALMER. 

Admitted May 1899. Member of Church, Adams, Prior & Balmer, of 
11 Bedford Row, W.C. Joined Dec. 1915 as Sub-Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer 
Reserve, promoted Lieut. Dec. 1916. Served in Auxiliary Patrol, North 
Sea and English Channel, minesweeping and patrol. In command of H.M.M.L. 
191 from Aug. 1916 to Feb. 1919. Received share of Admiralty award for 
destruction of enemy submarine in Aug. 1918. 

ARTHUR EDWARD BANES. 

Admitted June 1909, practising at 37 & 38 Mark Lane, E.C. Served as 
Private, 2nd Batt. Hon. Artillery Company. 

EDGAR HASLAM BANKS. 

Articled to Frederick Jackson, of Nottingham. Joined Aug. 7, 1915, 
as 2nd Lieut., 11th King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, Lieut. Machine 
Gun Corps Jan. 1918, A/Capt. 58th Machine Gun Batt. Aug. 1918, Lieut. 
Machine Gun Corps Nov. 1918 to Jan. 1919. Served at Home, France, 
1915, Egypt 1916 to 1917, France and Flanders 1917 to 1919. 

ERNEST HENRY BANKS. 

Admitted Aug. 1909. Member of Banks, Kendall & Taylor, of Liverpool. 
Served as Capt., 15th Batt. Cheshire Regt. 

RUSSELL EVARARD BANKS. 

Admitted Aug. 1914. Of Twickenham. Served as 2nd Lieut., East 
Surrey Regt. 

SYDNEY NEAL BANKS. 

Articled to J. I. Dodd, of 11 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Served as 
Private, 12th (Service) Batt. Royal Sussex Regt. 

HAROLD JAMES THOMAS BANNEHR. 

Admitted July 1908. Managing Clerk with Mackrell, Maton & Co., of 
Cannon Street, E.C. Joined June 3, 1915, the Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 7th Batt. Durham Light Infantry Sept. 29, 1915. Reported missing 
on Nov. 5, 1916, after an attack near to the Butte de Warlencourt, and on 
March 20, 1919, the War Authorities presumed his death as, on, or since Nov. 5, 
1916. 

ERNEST BANNISTER. 

Articled to J. H. S. Aitken, of Nelson. Served as Private, 10th T.R. Batt. 

WILLIAM WILSON BANNISTER. 

Admitted April 1907, practising at Stourbridge. Enlisted Sept. 1914 
as Private, Public Schools Batt. Promoted Sergeant Dec. 1914, gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 12th Batt. Scottish Rifles May 1915, and subsequently promoted 
Lieut. 6th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles, and afterwards attached 1st Batt. The 
Royal Irish. Served in Serbia 1915, Salonica 1916 to 1918, Palestine 1918 
till Armistice. Wounded March 18, 1918 (Palestine). 

EDWARD SPENCER BANTOFT. 

Admitted Feb. 1909. Managing Clerk with Lonsdale & Everidge, of 
1 Adam Street, Adelphi, W.C. Joined Oct. 1914 as Private, Inns of Court 
O.T.C, and promoted Corporal Nov. 1914 and Sergeant Jan. 1915, gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 5th City of London Batt. London Regt. (London Rifle Brigade) 



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April 2, 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1916. Served in France July 1916 to 
Sept. 1916. Died Sept. 11, 1916 at a Casualty Clearing Station of wounds 
received in action at Combles the previous day. 
HUGH LAWRENCE BANTOFT. 

Articled to E. P. Ridley, of Ipswich. Served as Private, 1st East Anglian 
Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

JAMES HIRST BANYARD. 

Admitted March 1913, practised at Leyburn. Given commission as 
2nd Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. in May 1915, and sent to the front in Aug. 1916. 
Killed in action Sept. 3, 1916. 
BRADLEY KING BELL BARBER. 

Articled to J. Carter Harrison, of 39 Great James Street, W.C. Served as 
Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). 

CYRIL ARTHUR BARBER. 

Admitted July 1915. Member of Barbers, of Harrogate. Enlisted 
Jan. 1916 as Gunner, Royal Field Artillery. Served in France March 1917 
to April 1919. 

GEOFFREY CAREW BARBER. 

Articled to H. E. Donnes, of Scarborough. Mobilised Aug. 1914 as Capt., 
5th Batt. Yorkshire Regt. (T.). Served in France April 13 to 25, 1915. Killed 
in action near St. Julien, Ypres, Belgium, April 25, 1915. 
LAURENCE HENRY BARBER. 

Admitted Oct. 1908. Member of Watson, Esam & Barber, of Sheffield. 
Joined Sept. 23, 1914, as Temp. 2nd Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt. (T.F.), 
promoted Temp. Lieut. Nov. 1914, Temp. Capt. March 1915, Substantive 
Capt. June 1916, Adjutant 4th (Reserve) Batt. June 1915 to Feb. 1919. 
Served at Home. 

SYDNEY BARBER. 

Articled to Francis Barber, of Harrogate. Enlisted Sept. 15, 1914, as 
Private, 5th Batt. West Yorkshire Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Fteld 
Artillery Oct. 1, 1914, promoted Lieut. July 1917, Capt. Dec. 1917. Served 
at Home to Nov. 1915, Egypt Dec. 1915 to March 1916, France March 1916 to 
Dec. 1918, Germany Dec. 1918 to Feb. 1919. 

HENRY GLADSTONE BARCLAY. 

Admitted May 1904. Of Macclesfield. Joined Nov. 25, 1916, as Lieut., 
Territorial Force Reserve, promoted Capt. Sept. 1917. Served at Home. 

ARTHUR HA^IILTON BARDSWELL. 

Admitted Nov. 1896. Member of Longueville & Co., of Oswestry. 
Enlisted Sept. 11, 1918, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists 
Rifles). 

JOHN CLAUDE HORSEY BARFIELD. 

Admitted Feb. 1913. Managing Clerk with Barfield & Barfield, 1 West 
Street, Finsbury Circus, London, E.C. Joined Dec. 1914 as 2nd Lieut., Royal 
Flying Corps. Served in Flanders. Killed whilst flying near Ypres on June 29, 
1915. 



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JOHN FOSTER BARHAIM. 

Articled to R. A. Pinsent, of Birmingham. Enlisted Aug. 14, 1914, as 
Private, 16th Batt. Middlesex Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service 
Corps, Feb. 8, 1915, promoted 1st Lieut. July 1915, Capt. July 1918. 
Awarded the M.C. Served at Home, in Ireland, France, and Belgium. 

GEOFFREY MENTOR BARK. 

Admitted Feb. 1908. Assistant Solicitor to Birmingham Corporation. 
Joined Nov. 5, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt., 
promoted Lieut. July 1917. Served in France Sept. 1916 to April 1917. 
Wounded April 14, 1917, near la Coulotte. 
ARTHUR PRESCOTT BARKER. 

Admitted Dec. 1909, practising at 32 Queen Victoria Street, E.C. Joined 
June 6, 1916, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.), promoted Lieut. 
Dec. 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in Serbia Aug. 1916 to 
April 1919. 
CHARLES WILLIAM TONE BARKER. 

Admitted Oct. 1910. Member of Dixon & Barker, of Sunderland. Joined 
Aug. 1914 as Trooper, 15th Hussars. Gazetted Lieut. 15th Batt. Durham 
Light Infantry 1915, promoted Capt. Sept. 1915. Awarded the M.C. Served 
in France. Wounded at Fricourt July 1, 1916. Killed at Clery-sur-Somme 
March 24, 1918. 
CLAUDE BARKER. 

Admitted July 1884, practising at Sheffield. Mobilised as Capt., West 
Riding Divisional Royal Engineers, commanded the 49th, 62nd, and 72nd 
Signal Coys., also had charge of the 3rd Line Grouped Signal Coys., Northern 
Command, and was 2nd in Command at Biggleswade Signal Depot from Aug. 
1918 to March 1919, promoted Temp. Major Nov. 1914. Substantive Rank 
June 1916. Mentioned in Dispatches once. Awarded the T.D. Served at 
Home. 
GEOFFREY BARKER. 

Articled to F. T. Hunter, of Bradford. Joined Aug. 1914 2/6 Batt. 
West Yorkshire Regt. Commissioned Sept. 10, 1914, promoted A /Lieut. 
Jime 1915, Lieut. June 1916, A/Capt. May 1917. Served at Home until 
Jan. 1917, after that date in France. Killed in action 1st Battle of Cambrai, 
Nov. 22, 1917. 
GEOFFREY BARKER. 

Articled to the late C. M. Barker, of 15 Bedford Row, W.C. Enlisted 
Oct. 6, 1914, as Private, 1st Sportsman's Batt. Royal FusiHers. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. Cambridgeshire Regt. June 25, 1915, promoted Lieut. June 1916, 
Capt. Oct. 1916. Awarded the M.C. Served in France and Belgium. 

GEORGE ERNEST BARKER. 

Admitted Aug. 1913, practising at Llanelly. Served as Corporal, Royal 
Army Service Corps. 
HAROI-D FREDERIC BARKER. 

Admitted June 1914. Managing Clerk with Dixon & Barker, of Sunder- 
land. Mobilised Aug. 1914 as Capt., Durham Royal Garrison Artillery (T.), 



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Capt. 160th Royal Field Artillery (Wearside Brigade) March 1915, promoted 
Major 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France. Kjlled on 
March 29, 1918, at Farpoux in Forward Observation Post. 

HOLRO^T) BIRKETT BARKER. 

Admitted May 1910. Member of Hooper & Barker, of Birmingham. 
Joined 1915 as 2nd Lieut., 134th Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery, 
promoted Lieut, after his deati . Served at Home and at Salonica. Died at 
Salonica Aug. 15, 1917, buried in Mikra Cemetery. 

JAMES BARKER. 

Articled to Wm. F. B. Warman, of Stroud. Joined May 1916 as Private, 
Gloucestershire Hussars, afterwards transferred to 6th Batt. Gloucestershire 
Regt., subsequently promoted to Lance-Corporal. Killed in action near Merville 
and Calonne April 14, 1918. 

JAMES PERCIVAL BARKER. 

Admitted Dec. 1913, practised at Harrogate. Served as Lieut., 49th 
West Riding Divisional Army Service Corps. 

JOHN BARKER (Jun.). 

Articled to John Barker, of Great Grimsby. Enlisted Sept. 17, 1914, as 
Private, 10th Batt. Lincolnshire Regt. Commissioned Temp. 2nd Lieut. 10th 
South Staffordshire Regt. May 12, 1915, transferred to Royal Flying Corps 
as Pilot May 1917, promoted Lieut. July 1917. Served in France. Wounded 
Oct. 31, 1917, whilst flying over Menin. 

ARTHUR ERNEST LESLIE BARLOW. 

Admitted July 1912. Member of Arthur Barlow & Son, of Nottingham. 
Joined Dec. 10, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 1/1 Notts. (Sherwood Rangers) Yeomanry, 
promoted Lieut. June 1916, A/Capt. Aug. 1918. Served in Egypt, Macedonia, 
and Palestine. 

RICHARD MAXWELL BARLOW. 

Articled to J. W. Barlow, of Bury. Enlisted May 25, 1916, as Private, 
5th Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. May 29, 1917. Awarded 
the M.C. Served in France. Wounded Sept. 20, 1917, at Schiiler Galleries, 
St. Julien, on the Passchaendale Ridge. 

GEORGE WILLIAM BARNARD. 

Admitted Jan. 1911. Member of Barnard & Son, of Norwich. Enlisted 
May 31, 1916, as Private, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 1/2 Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders June 26, 1918. Served in 
France. 

BENJAMIN BARNES. 

Admitted April 1910. Member of Walmsley & Barnes, of Broadstairs, 
Joined Oct. 10, 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 2/4 King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry Nov. 24, 1914, promoted 
Lieut. July 1916, Capt. Oct. 1917. Ones mentioned in Dispatches. Served 
in France and Belgium Aug. 1915 to Aug. 1917. Gassed July 23, 1917, at 
Nieuport. 



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CHARLES ERIC BARNES. 

Admitted Dec. 1899, practising at Brackley. Joined Oct. 1914 as 
A.B., Hawke Batt. Royal Naval Division. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 2nd Batt. 
Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry, promoted Lieut., April 1918. Served 
in Gallipoli 1915, Egypt 1916, and France 1917 and 1918. Wounded June 
1915 at Gallipoli. 

GEORGE HERBERT LEONARD BARNES. 

Admitted July 1914. With Tyrrell & Barnes, of Weston-super-Mare 
and Bristol. Joined Aug. 4, 1916, and served as Lance-Corporal, 6th Batt. 
Machine Gun Corps in France and Belgium. Wounded Oct. 4, 1917, at 
Poelcappelle Ridge. 

GEORGE MILLARD BARNES. 

Articled to Wilham Arnold, of 5 Salters' Llall Court, E.C. Served as 
Corporal j\Iotor Machine Gun Service, Royal Field Artillery. 

HAROLD DOUGLAS BARNES. 

Admitted April 1901. Member of Barnes & Butler, 17 John Street, 
Bedford Row, London, W.C. 1. Mobilised Aug. 5, 1914, as Capt., 7th 
Batt. London Regt., promoted Major Nov. 1914, joined B.E.F. March 
1915, attached Judge-Advocate-General's Office Nov. 1916, Staff (War 
Office) Feb. 1917, Deputy-Asst.-Adjutant-General (War Office— J.A.G.'s 
Office), Jan. 1919. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded O.B.E. (Military 
Division). Served in France 1915. Very severely wounded Battle of Festubert 
May 16, 1915. 

JAMES BARNES. 

Admitted Dec. 1896, practising at Portsmouth. Served as Capt., 11th 
Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt. 

NICOLAS EDMUND BARNES. 

Admitted Nov. 1891, practising at Ulverston, Lancashire. Embodied 
Aug. 4, 1914, as Capt., 4th Batt. The King's Own Royal Lancaster Regt., pro- 
moted Major May 1915. Served in Flanders 1915 and 1916 until invalided 
home, subsequently in England and in Ireland. 

THOMAS BARNES. 

Admitted May 1902, practising at Carlisle. Joined Sept. 13, 1914, as 
Private, No. 1 Supernumerary Co. 3/4 Border Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Sept. 15, 1914, Lieut. Sept. 1915. 

THOMAS JAMES BARNES. 

Admitted May 1911. Member of Godfrey Warr & Co., 34 Old Broad Street, 
E.C. Joined Sept. 1914 as A.B., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, subsequently 
commissioned Sub. -Lieut. Discharged (invalided) June 1917. Awarded the 
O.B.E. Served at Home and at Sea. 

BERTRAM LEEDS THOMAS BARNETT, L.R.C.P., L.R.C.M. 

Admitted Nov. 1909. Medical Officer of Health for Isle of Ely. Joined 
Nov. 1914 as Capt., 2nd County of London Army Service Corps. Served at 
Home. Accidentally killed near Aldershot April 18, 1915. 



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HARRY BARNICOT. 

Admitted April 1908. Managing Clerk with Watson & Chell, of Bury, 
Lanes. Enlisted Oct. 1906 as Private, Royal Army Veterinary Corps. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Labour Corps Dec. 1917, attached 1st Garrison Batt. Royal Warwick- 
shire Regt. July to Sept. 1918, then employed on G.H.Q., E.E.F., promoted 
Lieut. June 1919. Served at Home till June 1918, then in Egypt and Palestine 
till Dec. 1919. 

STANISLAUS BARON. 

Admitted April 1907. Member of Taylor, Sons, Bridge & Baron, of Wigan. 
Served in the Royal Air Force. 

ARTHUR ^lATTHEWS BARRACK. 

Admitted Oct. 1906, of Epsom. EnHsted Sept. 5, 1914, as Private, East 
Surrey Regt., promoted Sergeant. Gazetted Lieut. General List (Recruiting) 
March 3, 1917. Home Service only. 

WALTER ARTHUR BARRAND. 

Admitted Oct. 1912. Of Leicester. Served as Private, 4th Batt. Leicester- 
shire Regt. 

ARTHUR LESLIE BARRETT. 

Articled to Thomas Oerton, of Barnstaple. Enlisted Oct. 16, 1914, as 
Private, Royal North Devon Hussars. Cadet Inns of Court O.T.C. Feb. 1916, 
commissioned 2nd Lieut. Devonshire Royal Garrison Artillery Oct. 12, 1916, 
promoted Lieut. April 1918, Capt. March 1919, and appointed Courts-Martial 
Officer to the British Army of the Rhine same date. Served at Home and in 
France, Belgium, and Germany. 

FREDERICK GAMBLE BARRETT. 

Admitted Jan. 1913, practising with Ernest Bevir & Son, of Devereux 
Chambers, Temple, W.C. Joined Jan. 31, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 21st Batt. 
London Regt., promoted Lieut. Jan. 1916., seconded to 181st Trench Mortar 
Battery, July 1916 and to Special Employment May 1918. Served in 
France June 1916 to Nov. 1916, at Salonica Nov. 1916 to August 1917, and in 
Palestine August 1917 to July 1919. 

HERBERT LESLIE CROSTHWAITE BARRETT. 

Admitted Nov. 1901. Member of Barrett & Thomson, of Slough, Bucks. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914 as Capt., Bucks Batt. Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry 
promoted Temp. Major Mar. 1916, Major June 1916. Awarded the T.D. 
Served at Home and in France. Invalided from France in 1916. 

REGINALD HENRY BARRETT. 

Admitted Aug. 1909. Managing Clerk with W. G. Howell, of Cardiff. 
Joined Oct. 27, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. East Yorkshire Regt. (T.F.), pro- 
moted Temp. Lieut. Aug. 1916, Lieut. July 1917, Temp. Capt. and Courts- 
Martial Officer Feb. 1919; 25th Provisional Batt. Nov. 1915 to Dec. 1916, 27th 
Batt. Durham Light Infantry Jan. 1917 to Nov. 1918, 17th Labour Company 
Nov. 1918 to Jan. 1919, Prosecutions Office, Cologne, Feb. to March 1919, 
Headquarters, Military Governor Occupied German Territory, March to Sept. 
1919. Served at Home, Belgium, and Germany. 



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GEORGE OLIVER JAMES BARRICK. 

Articled to H. A. Armitage, of NcuTiham & Newent. Enlisted May 
25, 1915, as Trooper, Royal Gloucestershire Hussars. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
3/4 West Riding Brigade Royal Field Artillery Aug. 12, 1916. Served in 
France. Killed in action, Nov. 6, 1917. 

The Hon. WALTER BERNARD LOUIS BARRINGTON. 

Admitted Feb. 1901. Member of Norton, Rose, Barrington & Co., of 57| 
Old Broad Street, E.C. Joined Dec. 1917 as 2nd Lieut., Royal Army Ser\ace 
Corps, subsequently promoted Temp. Capt. Employed at War Office, 

GILBERT LACY BARRITT. 

Articled to H. H. Harvey, of Spalding, Lines. Joined Aug. 28, 1914, as 
Private, 4th Batt. Lincolnshire Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. Lincoln- 
shire Regt. (T.F.) March 18, 1915, seconded Observer Royal Flying Corps 
March 1917, promoted Lieut. April 1917, Pilot Nov. 1917. Served at Home 
27 months and in France 30 months. W^ounded and prisoner (shot do's\Ti in 
aerial combat), Sept. 1, 1918. 

ALFRED JAMES BARROW. 

Admitted July 1912. Member of Crawshay & Barrow, of Richmond, 
Surrey. Joined Inns of Court O.T.C. Feb. 1915, subsequently gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. Lancashire Fusiliers, promoted to Capt. Awarded the M.C. Wounded 
on March 23, 1918, in France. Prisoner of War at Cassel, Germany, where he 
died from his wounds on June 24, 1918. 

NOEL COGHLAN BARRS. 

Articled to W. S. Sharpe, 12 New Court, Carey Street, W.C. Joined 
Sept. 1914 as Private, Public Schools Corps, subsequently received commission 
as 2nd Lieut. Royal West Kent Regt. Killed Sept. 15, 1916, in the advance 
on Fleurs. 
EWART CHARLES BARTLETT. 

Admitted Dec. 1908. With Geoffrey Colbourne, of Brighton. MobiHsed 
Aug. 1914 as Lieut., Home Counties Divisional Engineers (T.F.), promoted 
A/Capt. Sept. 1914, A/Major June 1915 to April 1918, raised and commanded 
2nd Home Counties (subsequently 67th) Divisional Signal Company Royal 
Engineers until it was disbanded April 1918, proceeded overseas and joined 40th 
Divisional Signal Coy. R.E. June 27, 1918, became Substantive Capt. Aug. 1918. 
Served at Home Sept. 1914 to June 1918, France Jujie 1918 to March 1919. 

HOWARD JOHN BARTLETT. 

Admitted Feb. 1900, practising at Chichester. Received commission 
as Lieut, in Royal Army Service Corps Feb. 1915. Gazetted Capt. Sept. 
1915. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Stationed at Leeds from Feb. 1915 
to Nov. 1916, then sent to Salonica. Died in Hospital at Taranto, Italy, from 
pneumonia following influenza on Dec. 1, 1918, when on way home from 
Salonica on leave. 
BASIL KELSEY BARTON. 

Admitted Nov, 1903, practising at Hull. Served as 2nd Lieut. Royal 
Field Artillery and attained the rank of Capt. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded the M.C. 



30 RECORDOFSERVICE 

CHARLES THOMAS BARTON. 

Admitted Dec. 1903. Member of Barton & Sons, of East Dereham. Joined 
Aug. 18, 1915. as 2nd Lieut., promoted Lieut. July 1917. Served in Egypt 
and Palestine. Very severely wounded April 19th, 1917, at Gaza, Palestine. 

GLYNN HENRY REGINALD BARTON. 

Articled to H. Stewart-Moore of 6 Suffolk Street, S.W. Served as Capt. 
Tank Corps. Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 

TILNEY WALLACE BARTON. 

Admitted May 1887, practising at Bournemouth. Commissioned as Staff 
Capt. July 24, 1915, Special List, promoted Major March 1919, Lieut. -Col. 
May 1919. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Officer in charge Lands Branch, 
Headquarter Staff, Southern Command, July 1916, to Dec. 1917, Officer 
in charge Prisoner War Labour, Dorchester, Dec. 1917 to Oct. 1918, A.A.G. 
to Military Governor, Jerusalem, Dec. 1918 to March 1919, Claims Bureau, 
Palestine, March 1919 to May 1919. 

WALTER JOHN BARTON. 

Admitted April 1900. Member of Barton & Son, of East Dereham, 
Norfolk. Mobilised Aug. 5, 1914, as Capt., 1/5 Batt. Norfolk Regt., promoted 
Major Nov. 1914. Served at Galhpoh, Egypt, Sinai Peninsula. 
CECIL BARTRAM. 

Admitted March 1903. Managing Clerk with Reynolds & Son, of High 
Wycombe. Mobihsed as Capt., 4th Batt. Royal Berkshire Regt. Aug. 1914, 
promoted Major 1915. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home 

1914 to 1917, France 1917, Italy 1917 to 1919. 

HARRY PARRINGTON BARUGH. 

Admitted May 1907. Member of Buchannan, Richardson & Barugh, of 
Guisborough. Joined Feb. 6, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Army Service 
Corps, promoted Lieut. July 1915, Capt. April 1916. Twice mentioned 
in Dispatches. Served at Home till July 1915, France and Belgium July 

1915 to Nov. 1917, Italy Nov. 1917 to March 1919. 

WILFRED THOMAS DE BERDEWELLE BARWELL. 

Admitted March 1896. Member of Cra\^^ord & Barwell, of Seaford, 
now practising on own account at Seaford. Joined Sept. 13, 1914, as Private, 
19th Batt. Royal Fusihers, promoted Corporal Sept. 1914, Sergeant Dec. 1914. 
Gazetted Lieut. R.T.O. March 1915, Capt. R.T.O. Oct. 1916, Major D.A.D.R.T. 
July 1918. Served in England till March 1915, in France March 1915 to April 
1916, at Home April 1916 to Oct. 1917, and in Italy Oct. 1917 to April 
1919. 

JOHN CECIL BASSETT. 

Admitted May 1907. Member of Bassett, Stanton & Bassett, of 
Southampton. Served as Major 5th Batt. Hampshire Regt. (T.), and sub- 
sequently promoted Lieut. -Col. Served in India. 

SPENCER MARTIN EYCKHOLT BATCHELOR. 

Admitted July 1908. Member of Browne & Batchelor, of Nice, France. 
Joined Aug. 13, 1914, as Gunner, 1st Home Counties Royal Field Artillery (T.). 



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Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Sept. 28, 1914, and attained the rank of Lieut. -Col. 
March 1919. Served at Home, France, and Flanders. Gassed July 1917. 

ROGER BATE. 

Articled to J. C. Bate, of Chester. Joined July 1915 as Voluntary Driver 
British Red Cross (Motor Transport). Ranked as Hon. Lieut, with the Italian 
Army. Awarded the Fatiche di Guerra (Italy). Served in France Sept. 1915 
to Feb. 1916, in Italy Feb. 1916 to Sept. 1917. Discharged Oct. 1917 to join 
Aeronautical Inspection Dept. (Ministry of Mimitions). 

ALFRED BATES. 

Articled to Alfred Bates, of Morecambe, Lanes. Joined April 7, 1915, 
as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. East Lancashire Regt. (T.F.), promoted Lieut. June 1916, 
Capt. March 1917. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home April 1915 to Feb. 

1917, France March 1917 to Jan. 1919. 

ARNOLD FIELDING BATES. 

Articled to H. W. Jackson, of Sheffield. Joined Nov. 1914, as Trooper, 
2/1 Yorkshire Dragoons. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, with 2/1 Yorkshire Dragoons 
(T.F.) Sept. 26, 1915, Lieut, with Cavalry Corps Signal Squadron April 

1918. Served in France and Belgium from Oct. 1915 to Jan. 1919. 

EDMUND CHADWICK BATES. 

Admitted Aug. 1903. Of Marylebone Station, N.W. Served as Capt., 
1st Batt. Hertfordshire Regt. 

FRANCIS OSBORNE BATES. 

Articled to J. H. Powell, of Derby. Joined Inns of Court O.T.C. Nov. 
23, 1915. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 5th (T.F.) Batt. The Sherwood Foresters 
Nov. 1917. Served at Home and in France. 

NORMAN MALCOLM BATES. 

Admitted April 1912, practising at Wolverhampton. Joined Sept. 
21, 1914, as Private, 5th Batt. South Staffordshire Regt. Obtained com- 
mission March 1915 in 5th Batt. South Staffordshire Regt. as 2nd Lieut. 
Served at Home and France. Wounded Oct. 13, 1915, at attack on Hohen- 
zollern Redoubt. Relinquished commission July 30, 1916, on account of 
wounds. 

CECIL WILLIAM BATESON. 

Admitted Nov. 1908. Member of Batesons, Warr & Wimshurst, of Liver- 
pool. Joined Aug. 6, 1914, as Sub-Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 
subsequently promoted Lieut. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 

ROBERT BATH. 

Admitted Dec. 1898. Member of Austin & Bath, Glastonbury. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914 as Capt., Somerset Royal Horse Artillery, promoted Major 1917. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. and T.D. Served at Home 
and in Egypt. 

JAMES RICHARD CORT BATHURST. 

Admitted Oct. 1916, practising at 27 Chancery Lane, W.C. Joined 
April 30, 1917, as Acting Paymaster, Army Pay Department. Served at Home. 



32 RECORD OF SERVICE 

RALPH CECIL BATLEY. 

Admitted Aug. 1887. Of Silton Lodge, Zeals, Wilts. Served at home as 
Major Dorset Yeomanry. Died Oct. 23, 1917. 

CHARLES DORRINGTON BATT. 

Articled to Henry Reed, of Sheffield. Served as Private, 2nd (Public 
Schools) Batt. Ro3"al Fusiliers. 

WILLIAM ELLIOTT BATT. 

Admitted May 1905, practised at 58 Theobalds Road, W.C. Served 
as Major commanding 2nd City of London Battery Royal Field Artillery (T.), 
subsequently promoted Lieut. -Col. Awarded th^ C.M.G. 

GRENVILLE ARTHUR BATTCOCK. 

Admitted Jan. 1910. Managing Clerk with Halliley & Morrison, of Bedford. 
Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Capt., 1/4 Batt. Royal Berkshire Regt, promoted 
Major April 1916 (Permanent Rank), with 8th Royal Berkshire Regt. July 
1917 to Aug. 1917, Second in command 1st Loyal North Lancashire Regt. 
Aug. 1917 to July 1918. Three times mentioned in Dispatches. Served in 
France and Italy. 

JOSEPH KEITH BATTEN. 

Articled to Joseph Batten, of Peterborough. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as 
Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. (T.), promoted Capt. 1915. Served at Home and 
in France. Killed in action on Sept. 27, 1918, at Moeuvres. 

MAXWELL CORNISH BATTEN. 

Admitted Jan. 1914. Managing Clerk with Trower, Still & Co., 5 New 
Square, Lincolns Inn, W.C, now with George M. Doe, Great Torrington, Devon. 
Enlisted Oct. 20, 1915, as Sapper, 3/2 Mounted Divisional Signal Squadron 
Royal Engineers (T.). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery May 19, 
1918. Served in Egypt Jan. 1916 to Aug. 1917, at Home Sept. 1917 to Aug. 
1918, at Salonica Aug. 1918 to May 1919, and at Constantinople, Army of 
Occupation, May 1919 to July 1919. 

ROBERT HENRY GUY BATTEN. 

Articled to Joseph Batten, of Peterborough. Joined Aug. 1914 as Private, 
Public Schools Batt. Royal Fusihers. Passed through Sandhurst. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Northamptonshire Regt. Served in France. Gassed at Loos in 
1915, wounded at Villers 1916. 

PHILIP HENRY BATTISHILL, 

Admitted Dec. 1913. Of Tiverton. Joined as Private, Public Schools 
Batt. Royal Fusiliers, subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. West 
Yorkshire Regt, promoted Lieut. Mentioned in Dispatches and awarded 
the M.C and Bar. 

BERTIE CECIL BATY. 

Admitted Oct. 1910, practised at Houghton-le-Spring. Joined Oct. 1914, 
as Private, Durham Light Infantry. Commissioned 2nd Lieut. Durham Light 
Infantry March 1915, promoted Lieut. May 1915, Capt. Aug. 1915. Served 
at Home and in France. Killed in action Sept. 16, 1916. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 33 

JOHN ARMSTRONG BATY. 

Admitted Sept. 1903. Member of Baty & Fisher, of Hexham. Joined Feb. 
3, 1916, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C., and attained the rank of A/Sergeant. 
Commissioned 2nd Lieut. Northumberland FusiUers Dec. 19, 1916, promoted 
Lieut. June 1918. Served in France. Wounded severely April 6, 1917, at 
Arras. 

REGINALD PRIDHAM BAULKWILL. 

Articled to A. E. Hopper, of Barnstaple, N. Devon. Enlisted Oct. 
1915, as Rifleman, 5th (City of London) Batt. London Regt., London Rifle 
Brigade. Served in France. Wounded on the Somme. 

JOHN FRANCIS BAWTREE. 

Admitted Nov. 1902. Member of Bawtree & Sons, of Witham, Kelvedon, 
and Tiptree, Essex. Joined Oct. 1914, as Lieut., 2/5 Batt. Essex Regt., sub- 
sequently promoted Capt. Served at Home. 

PERCY ALWYNE BAX. 

Articled to A. M. Cohn, of 52 New Broad Street, E.C. EnUsted Oct. 1, 
1917, as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, promoted to Lance-Bombardier 
Nov. 16, 1917. Served at Home. 

GEORGE VERNON BAXTER. 

Articled to W. K. Baxter, of Huddersfield. Joined Nov. 10, 1914, as Private, 
2/7 Batt. West Riding Regt., later Lance-Corporal. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
10th Batt. Manchester Regt. Feb. 13, 1915, promoted Lieut. June 1916, 
and A/Capt. May 1918. Served at Home Nov. 1914 to July 1915, GalHpoU 
July 1915 to Jan. 1916, Egypt — Palestine (Sinai Campaign) Jan. 1916 to Feb. 
1917, France Feb. 1917 to May 1917, Home May 1917 to April 1918, France 
April 1918 to Sept. 1918, Home Sept. 1918 to Aug. 1919. Wounded May 8, 
1917, accidentally wounded Sept. 17, 1918. 

ROWLAND PERCIVAL BAXTER. 

Articled to Chapman & Baxter, of Whitehaven. Enlisted Sept. 9, 1915, 
as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Commissioned 
2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. Border Regiment Oct. 27, 1915. Served on the Western 
Front. Wounded at Wytschaete July 27, 1916. Killed in action in the 
neighbourhood of Martinpuich Sept. 16, 1916. 

SYDNEY JAMES BAYLISS. 

Admitted Aug. 1909, practising at Bristol. Served as Lieut., 8th Batt. 
Gloucestershire Regt. 

EDWARD REGINALD BAYNES. 

Articled to C. G. Kekewich, of 2 Suffolk Lane, E.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
Royal Army Service Corps., promoted Lieut. 

NORMAN THOMAS BAYNES. 

Articled to Thomas Godfrey Baynes, of Dartford, Kent. Joined Aug. 5, 
1915, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C., transferred to 5th (City of London) 
Batt. London Regt. (London Rifle Brigade) Jan. 1916, and to the Machine Gun 
Corps (Infantry) Aug. 1916, promoted Sergeant Jan. 1917, transferred to Royal 



34 RECORD OF SERVICE 

Flying Corps Nov. 1917, and subsequently Royal Air Force. Served in France 
and at Home. Wounded at Festubert June 6, 1917, whilst serving with the 
202nd Machine Gun Coy., 197th Brigade, 66th Division. 

WILLIAM NELSON BAZELEY. 

Admitted July 1910. Member, of Bazeley Barnes, & Bazeleys, of Bideford, 
Devon. Mobihsed Aug. 1914 as Capt., 6th Batt. Devonshire Regt. (T.)., pro- 
moted Major May 1915, Lieut. -Col. Jan. 1918. Mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served in Mesopotamia and India 1919 as Commandant, Murree Hills. 
Wounded on March 8, 1916, at, or near, Dujailah in Mesopotamia, with 
Expeditionary Force for relief of Kut. 

FRANK DOVETON BAZETT. 

Admitted April 1906. Member of Pitman & Bazett, of Newbury and 
Reading, Berks. Joined Nov. 1915 as 2nd Lieut., 3rd (S.R.) Batt. Royal 
Berkshire Regt., promoted Lieut. July 1917, A/Capt. Nov. 1917 to May 1918, 
Temp. Capt. Dec. 1918 to April 1919, 1st Batt. Royal Berkshire Regt. Jan. 1917 
to May 1918, InteUigence Officer 99th Infantry Brigade May to Nov. 1918, 
attached 3rd Army Headquarters as Courts-Martial Officer Nov. 1918 to April 
1919. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in England 
Nov. 1915 to Jan. 1917, and in France Jan. 1917 to April 1919. Accidentally 
injured by bomb when instructing in England May 1916. 

CYRIL SHAKESPEAR BEACHCROFT. 

Admitted Aug. 1908. Member of Beachcroft, Thompson & Co. of 9 Theo- 
balds Road, W.C. Joined Inns of Court O.T.C. in Aug. 1914 and obtained 
commission in The Queen's Own Dorset Yeomanry, attaining the rank of Capt. 
and Adjutant. In order to get to the front, transferred to the Household 
Batt. of the Guards with the rank of Lieut. Went to France Aug. 29, 1917. 
Killed in action Oct. 12, 1917. 

ALAN REAL. 

Admitted Nov. 1913. Managing Clerk with McColm & Brooke, of Lewisham, 
S.E. Joined Aug. 5, 1914, as Gunner, " B " Battery Hon. Artillery Company. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery Oct. 21, 1914, promoted Lieut. 
Aug. 1915, Capt. Sept. 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
M.C. and French Croix de Guerre avec Palme. Served in England to April 
1915 and May to June 1915, France April 1915 and July 1915 to May 1919. 

LEONARD FRANK REAL. 

Admitted Oct. 1912. Member of F. Beal & Son, of St. Albans. Enlisted 
Aug. 1914 as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Bedfordshire Regt. March 1915, promoted Lieut. Aug. 
1915, Capt. Oct. 1915, Major Oct. 1917. Awarded the M.C. Served in France. 
Wounded June 1915. 

RICHARD EDWARD BRUCE BEAL. 

Admitted July 1901. Member of E. W. & Bruce Beal, 41 Finsbury 
Pavement, E.C. Joined Nov. 13, 1915, as Lieut, Royal Army Service Corps, 
promoted Capt. Sept. 1917, Temp. Major D.A.Q.M.G. March 1919. Twice men- 
tioned in Dispatches. Awarded the O.B.E., M.C, White Eagle (Serbian)^ 



RECORD OF SERVICE 35 

St. Stanislas (Russian). Served in Egypt, Salonica, Serbia, Sofia, Bulgaria, 
Constantinople, South Russia. 

EDMUND LANSDOWNE BEALE. 

Articled to J. F. Beale, of 16 Great George Street, S.W. Joined 1914 as 
Private, 14th Batt. County of London Regt. (London Scottish). Subsequently 
commissioned and posted to the Cambridgeshire Regt., attaining the rank 
of Capt. Killed in action March 2, 1918. 

CHARLES HENRY BEARBLOCK. 

Articled to E. G. Thorne, of 22 Aldermanbury, London, E.C. Joined 
University of London O.T.C. in Aug. 1914. Received commission as Temp. 2nd 
Lieut. Sept. 1, 1914, and gazetted to 9th Batt. Essex Regt., promoted Lieut. 
April 1915, and served from that date as Machine Gun Officer of the Batt. 
Served in France. Wounded Oct. 20, 1915, and died the same day. 

BALFOUR WEST BEARD. 

Articled to W. J. W. Beard, of 3, 4, and 5 Queen Street, E.C. Served as 
Lance- Corporal Royal Army Service Corps. 

EDWIN CYRIL BEARD. 

Articled to H. C. Wanklyn, of Colchester. Enlisted Sept. 16, 1914, as 
Motor Dispatch Rider, Essex Regt, afterwards joined the University and 
Public Schools Corps. On March 5, 1915, granted commission as 2nd Lieut. 
5th Batt. Essex Regt., and afterwards, while abroad, promoted Lieut. On 
Sept. 25, 1915, sailed for the Dardanelles, afterwards served in Egypt. On 
March 29, 1917, reported wounded and missing after the 1st Battle of Gaza, 
subsequently presumed killed. 

HAROLD INGHAM BEARDER. 

Admitted Dec. 1908, practising at Halifax. Joined April 16, 1917, as 
Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery 
(S.R.) March 3, 1918, and posted to 375th Siege Battery, France, June 20, 
1918. 

AMOS BEARDSLEY. 

Articled to L. N. Holden, of Lancaster. Mobilised Aug. 1914 as 2nd Lieut., 
4th Batt. The King's Own Royal Lancaster Regt. (T.F.). Resigned July 
1916, rank Lieut. Joined Royal Field Artillery Aug. 1916 as Gunner, trans- 
ferred to Machine Gun Corps (H.B.) (Tanks) Feb. 1917, subsequently pro- 
moted to Corporal. Awarded the M.M. Served in France May 1915 to June 
1916 and July 1917 to Jan. 1919. 

ARTHUR LIONEL BEARDSLEY. 

Admitted Oct. 1906. Member of Woolley, Beardsley & Bosworth, of 
Loughborough. Served as Sergeant 11th Batt. South Lancashire Regt. 

GERALD BEAUMONT. 

Admitted Sept. 1903. Member of Harrison Beaumont & Smith of Wake- 
field. Enlisted Sept. 3, 1914, as Private, Essex Yeomanry. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, Oct. 26, 1914, promoted Lieut. 



36 RECORD OF SERVICE 

Jan. 1915, Capt. June 1915, Major April 1917. Awarded the M.C. and Bar. 
Served in France. 

JOHN BEECROFT BEAIBIONT. 

Admitted Jan. 1910. Member of Beaumont & Son, of Leeds. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914 as 2nd Lieut., Northern Signal Companies, Royal Engineers, pro- 
moted Lieut. June 1916. Served in Egypt, Palestine and Syria. 

KENNETH MACDONALD BEAUMONT. 

Admitted Oct. 1910. Member of Beaumont & Son, of 66 Gresham House, 
Old Broad Street, E.C. Joined Sept. 18, 1914, as Lieut., Royal Army Service 
Corps, promoted Capt. Dec. 1914, Major Dec. 1915, D.A.D.S. July 1917 to 
May 1919. Mentioned three times in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. 
Served at Home Sept. 1914 to March 1915, and at Gallipoli, Mudros, Egypt, 
Palestine and Syria March 1915 to May 1919. 

THOMAS NICHOLLS BEAVAN. 

Admitted Aug. 1899. Member of Weld & Beavan, of 9 Bedford Row, 
W.C. Enlisted Jmie 1916 as Private, Bedfordshire Regt. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. Leinstcr Regt. Aug. 1917. Served in France Oct. to Dec. 1917, when 
invalided home, and in France and Belgium July 1918 to Dec. 1918. 

JOHN PICKARD BECHER. 

Admitted Nov. 1902. Member of Toynbee & Co., of Lincoln, and Larken & 
Co., of Newark. Mobilised Aug. 1914 as Major, 8th Batt. Notts and Derby 
Regt. (Sherwood Foresters) (T.). Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
the D.S.O. Served in France. Wounded in the attack on the Hohenzollern 
Redoubt, died from the wound in Hospital Jan. 1, 1916. 

JAMES FRANCIS ADAMS BECK. 

Admitted Sept. 1907. Member of Parson, Lee & Co., of 24 Lime Street, 
London, E.C. Enlisted March 29, 1917, as a Gunner in the Essex and Suffolk 
Royal Garrison Artillery. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps 
March 28, 1918. Served at Home March 1917 to April 1918, and in France 
April 1918 to Feb. 1919. 

REGINALD ARTHUR BECK. 

Articled to A. E. Crane, of 44 Bedford Row, W.C. Mobihsed Aug. 1914 
as Driver, Hon. Artillery Company, subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal 
Horse Artillery and attained the rank of Capt. and Adjutant. Mentioned in 
Dispatches. Severely wounded in France, March 24, 1918. 

WILLIAM CRABBE BECK. 

Admitted Jan. 1913. Member of Neve, Beck & Kirby, 21 Lime Street, E.C. 
Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Capt. in 4th London Howitzer Brigade, subsequently 
Capt. in Royal Field Artillery, promoted full Major Nov. 1917. Twice 
mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home, in France, Salonica, Egypt, and 
Palestine. Killed in Palestine March 28, 1918. 

CECIL BEDFORD. 

Admitted Aug. 1910, practising at Ilford, Essex. Enlisted Sept. 1916 
as Telegraphist, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Served at Home Sept. 1916 
to Jan. 1919. 



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SEATON HALL BEDFORD. 

Admitted Feb. 1914. Of Sheffield. Joined Aug. 6, 1914, as Private, 1st 
Hon. Artillery Company. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 2nd Batt. Royal Berkshire 
Regt. May 7, 1916. Served in France. Killed in action, July 1, 1916. 

LEONARD JAMES BEDWELL. 

Articled to H. B. Ashton, of Bury St. Edmunds. EnHsted Sept. 19, 1914, 
as Private, 19th (S.) Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. 
East Surrey Regt. May 18, 1915, seconded 2nd Lieut. Machine Gun Corps 
July 1916, promoted Temp. Lieut. Machine Gun Corps Dec. 1916, Substantive 
Lieut. East Surrey Regt. July 17, 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served in Macedonia Nov. 1916 to Dec. 1918, and at Home Dec. 1918 to 
July 1919. 

FRANCIS BERNARD WYNTER BEE. 

Admitted June 1914. Managing Clerk with Martineau & Reid, 2 Raymond 
Buildings, Gray's Inn, W.C. Mobilised July 29, 1914, as Lieut., Dorset Royal 
Garrison Artillery (T.F.), promoted Temp. Capt. June 1915, Capt. June 1916, 
A/lVIajor May 1917, Adjutant Dorset Royal Garrison Artillery (T.F.) during 
whole of 1915. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France Oct. 1916 
to July 1917, and April 1918 to March 1919. 

WILLIAM SORBY IMARDON BEEBY. 

Admitted May 1913, practising at Sheffield. Enlisted Aug. 1914 as 
Private, York and Lancaster Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 1914, promoted 
Lieut. 1915, Capt. 1916. Killed in action at Bullecourt, May 4, 1917. 

FRANCIS WILLIAM BEECH. 

Admitted Aug. 1911, practised at Pontypridd. Served as A/Paymaster 
(Worcestershire Regt.), Army Pay Department. 

JOHN LESLIE BEECH. 

Articled to C. H. Beech, of Manchester. Enlisted Sept. 4, 1914, as Private, 
20th Batt. Royal Fusiliers, transferred to the Labour Corps in 1917, promoted 
Lance-Corporal and retransferred to the Royal Fusiliers Feb. 1918. Served 
at Home and France. Wounded July 16, 1916. 

PHILIP BEILBY BEECROFT. 

Admitted Dec. 1908. Assistant Solicitor Walsall Corporation. Joined 
April 29, 1916 as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.), and subsequently 
promoted A/Sergeant. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps 
(M.T.) Sept. 10, 1917, promoted Lieut. March 1919. Served in Flanders, France, 
and with the Rhine Army Nov. 1918 to July 1919. 

STANLEY BEECROFT. 

Articled to W. G. Beecroft, of Leigh-on-Sea, Essex. Enlisted Sept. 9, 
1914, as Private (Dispatch Rider), 17th Batt. Royal Fusiliers, transferred as 
2nd Class Air Mechanic Royal Flying Corps (Motor CycUst) May 1915, 
promoted to 1st Class Air Mechanic Aug. 1916, and to Corporal Jan. 1918. 
Awarded the Italian Medal. Served at Home, Belgium, France and Italy from 
1915 to 1919. 



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WILLIAM ROBERT BEER. 

Articled to William Beer, of Kingsbridge. Served as 2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. 
Devonshire Regt. Served in India. 

ROBERT HENRY STEWART EDLESTOXE BEHREND. 

Admitted Oct. 1897. Member of R. H. Bchrend & Co., of 17 Surrey Street, 
W.C. Joined 1915 as Capt., 23rd Batt. London Regt., temporarily attached 
War Office Staff 1917, Staff Capt. 1918, Brevet-Major 1919. Twice mentioned 
in Dispatches. Served at Home and in France. 

ERIC BELDON. 

Articled to Albert Beldon, of Bradford. Served as 2nd Lieut., West York- 
shire Regt. 

HOWARD BELDON. 

Admitted March 1915, practised at Bradford. Served with the 6th Batt. 
West Yorkshire Regt. 

ERIC HERBERT BELK. 

Articled to F. W. Yeates, of 23 Surrey Street, W.C. Enlisted Sept. 1914, 
as Private, 4th Batt. Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders, recommended for 
commission. Served in France. Killed at the Battle of Loos Sept. 28, 1915. 

ALAN THORPE BELL. 

Articled to Thomas Bell, of Stockport. Served as Private Royal Army 
Service Corps (M.T.). 

BERNARD ARTHUR BELL. 

Articled to W. J. Stuart, of Hull. Joined Sept. 2, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regt., promoted Lieut. Sept. 1914, Temp. 
Capt. Dec. 1915, Permanent Capt. July 1916. Served in France 1915. Severely 
wounded in June 1915. Incapacitated for further Active Service. 

CECIL CHARLES BELL. 

Admitted May 1913. Member of C. C. Bell & Son, of Bedford. Enhsted 
Jan. 1916, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Lancashire Fusiliers Sept. 1917. Killed Nov. 28, 1917. 

ERIC WALTER BELL. 

Admitted March 1901, practising at 22 Red Lion Square. Joined Dec. 23, 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., 10th Batt. Royal Welch FusiHers. Promoted 1st Lieut. 
March 1915, Capt. July 1915, appointed Railway Traffic Officer Aug. 1916. 
Served in France 1915 to 1919. Gassed April 30, 1916, at Kimmel Hill. 

GEORGE FRANCIS BELL. 

Admitted Feb. 1902. Member of Davies, Balkwill & Bell, of Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne. Joined Aug. 1914 as 2nd Lieut., 6th Batt. Northumberland 
Fusihers, subsequently promoted Capt. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served in France 3 years. Wounded Dec. 1915 and Jan. 1916. 

HERBERT ALFRED BELL. 

Admitted Nov. 1893, practising at Gainsborough. MobiHsed Aug. 1914, 
as Capt., 5th Batt. Lincolnshire Regt, promoted Major Jan. 1917. Served 
in Ireland Easter 1916, and in France March 1917 to Feb. 1919. 



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JOHN HERBERT BELL. 

Admitted Dec. 1899. Member of Theodore Bell & Co., of 3 Salters' Hall 
Court, Cannon Street, E.C. Served as Private, 5th (Reserve) Batt. East Surrey 
Regt., subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. Territorial Force Reserve, and 
attained the rank of Capt, appointed Adjutant and Quartermaster 
Donnington Hall Prisoners of War Camp. 

JOHN SACKVILLE BELL. 

Admitted Aug, 1900, practising at Kingston-on-Thames. Joined May 9, 
1916, as Assistant Paymaster, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Served at 
Home. 

LIONEL STUART BELL. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Of Plumstead. Served as Private, Royal Army 
Veterinary Corps. 

ROBERT WILLIAM BELL. 

Articled to David Main, of Carlisle. Joined March 25, 1915, as Quarter- 
master, British Red Cross Society. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served 
at Home. 

SYDNEY JAMES BELL. 

Articled to Ernest Hadfield, of Southport. Joined March 1915 Inns of 
Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 7th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. July 19, 
1915. Served in France. Vv^ounded at Guedecourt Sept. 25, 1916, and died 
in Manchester Hospital Oct. 13, 1916. 

TOM GEORGE BELL. 

Admitted July 1899, practising at South Shields. Joined March 29, 
1915, as Capt., 4th Northumbrian (How.) Brigade Royal Field Artillery (T.). 
Served at Home March 1915 to Nov. 1918, and in France Nov. 1918 to June 1919. 

WILSON BELL. 

Admitted July 1904. Assistant Solicitor to the West Riding of Yorks 
County Council. Joined Nov. 23, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., King's Own Yorkshire 
Light Infantry, promoted Lieut. March 1915, Capt. May 1915. Served in 
France. Killed in action March 15, 1917, at Puisieux-au-Mont, near Bapaume, 
France. 

CUTHBERT BELLORD. 

Articled to E. J. Bellord, of 8 Waterloo Place, S.W. Served as 2nd Lieut. 
King's Shropshire Light Infantry. 

EDWARD MILLIGEN BELOE. 

Admitted March 1895, practising at Lynn, Norfolk. Served as Capt. 
Royal Defence Corps. 

EDWARD JOSEPH BELTON. 

Admitted April 1892, practised at 35 Bloomsbury Square, W.C. Served 
as Private Public Schools Corps. 

LESLIE ALAN BENDLE. 

Articled to F. W. Halton, of Carhsle. Joined Oct. 5, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
4th Batt. Border Regt. Promoted Lieut. June 1916, Capt. July 1917, attached 



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to 4th Batt. Dorset Regt. (T.F.) from Aug. 1916. Served in India and 
Burma Oct. 1914 to Aug. 1916, Mesopotamia Aug. 1916 to Feb 1919. 

GERALD CARR BENHAM. 

Admitted Oct. 1906. Member of Sparling, Son & Benham, of Colchester. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 8th (Cyclist) Batt. Essex Rcgt, promoted 
Capt. Aug. 26, 1914, A/Major Sept. 1916, Substantive Major Nov. 1919, 
Adjutant 8th Batt. Essex Regt. Sept. 1914 to Sept. 1916. Once mentioned 
in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home and in France. Wounded 
Sept. 17, 1918, near St. Quentin. 

THOIMAS JOSEPH BENJAMIN. 

Admitted April 1912, practising at Liverpool. Joined Aug. 28, 1914, 
as Private, 5th Batt. The King's Liverpool Regt. (T.), promoted Lance-Corporal 
Feb. 1915, gazetted 2nd Lieut. June 9, 1915 (while in France), and posted to 
same Batt, promoted Lieut. Aug. 1916, Temp. Capt. May 1918. Served in 
France continuously Feb. 1915 to Aug. 1916, subsequently (incapacitated) on 
administrative duties at Home. Wounded Guillemont (Somme) Aug. 9, 
1916. 

ARTHUR CAMPION BENNETT. 

Admitted Feb. 1907, practising at West Hartlepool. Mobilised Aug. 
1914 as Capt., Durham Royal Garrison Artillery (T.F.), promoted Major 
June 1916, seconded for service with Royal Garrison Artillery (Regular 
Forces) Dec. 1915. Served in France and Belgium. 

DONALD BENNETT. 

Admitted Jan. 1913, practising at Bristol. Served as Private, South 
Midland Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

EDWARD BENNETT. 

Articled to C. R. E. Pattenden, of 12 Bernard Street, Russell Square, W.C. 
Joined Jan. 22, 1917, as Ordinary Seaman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 
Appointed Decoder H.M.S. Artois, 10th Cruiser Squadron, July 6, 1917. 
Served on Iceland Patrol and with North Atlantic Convoys. 

ERNEST WILLIAM BENNETT. 

Admitted March 1892, practising at Worthing. Rejoined 4th Batt. 
Royal Sussex Regt. with rank of Capt., on Sept. 23, 1914, transferred to 
Territorial Force Reserve on Oct. 4, 1915. Served at Home, 

GORDON BENNETT. 

Articled to A. H. Dolman, of Abertillery. Served as Lieut., 3rd Batt. 
Monmouthshire Regt. 

GUY W^HITTEM BENNETT. 

Articled to Stilgoes of 24 Essex Street, W.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., 9th 
Batt. Shropshire Light Infantry. 

HENRY MALCOLM BENNETT. 

Articled to Thomas Bennett, of Deddington. Served as Private, Inns of 
Court O.T.C. and subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. 20th Batt. County of 
London Regt. Promoted Lieut. 



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IVAN PROVIS WENTWORTH BENNETT. 

Articled to H. A. Merriman, of Guildford. Joined Sept. 3, 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., 7th Batt. The Queen's Royal West Surrey Regt., promoted Capt. 
Nov. 1915. Served in France. Killed at Trones Wood, Somme, July 13, 
1916. 

JULIEN FREDERICK CHARLES BENNETT. 

Admitted Aug. 1893, practising as Harston & Bennett, of 35 Lincoln's 
Inn Fields, London. Mobilised Aug, 4, 1914, whilst serving in London 
Rifle Brigade as a Sergeant. Received commission in this Regt. Oct. 14, 1914, 
and posted to 2nd Batt., promoted 1st Lieut. Jan. 1915 and Capt. Jan. 1915, 
appointed Adjutant of 3rd Batt. same day and served as such until Aug. 
1918, granted permanent rank of Capt. July 11, 1917, transferred to 
Royal Air Force with temporary commission in that Force as Lieut. Adminis- 
trative on Sept. 1918, promoted Capt. Administrative Nov. 1918, acted as 
Adjutant at No. 1 Stores Depot, Kidbrooke, from Sept. 1918 until April 1919. 
Served at Home. 

RONALD CLAUDE BENWETT. 

Articled to C. H. Bennett, of 68 Coleman Street, E.C. 4. Joined Aug. 
1915 as Voluntary Ambulance Driver, British Red Cross Society. Served 
in France Sept. 1915 to March 1916 and at Home Jan. 1917 to Feb. 1919. 

THOMAS GERALD BENNETT. 

Articled to C. H. Waugh, of Haywards Heath. Served as 2nd Lieut., 6th 
(Cyclist) Batt. Royal Sussex Regt. and the Machine Gun Corps. Attained the 
Rank of Capt. 

WILLIAM PORTER BENNETT. 

Articled to Le Brasseur & Oakley, of 40 Carey Street, W.C. Served as 
Lieut. 2nd Batt. Border Regt. 

WILLIAM RICHARD BENNETT. 

Admitted Nov. 1899, practising at 10 King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.C. 
Enlisted in the ranks Sept. 16, 1914, commissioned 2nd Lieut., Royal 
Army Service Corps Sept. 25, 1914, promoted 1st Lieut. Dec. 1914, Capt. 
March 1915. Served at Home. 

BARZILLAI BECKERLEG BENNETTS. 

Admitted May 1905, practising at Penzance, Cornwall. Enlisted Sept. 
4, 1914, as Trooper, Royal 1st Devon Yeomanry, gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
13th Batt. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Dec. 1914, attached 12th Batt. 
Sept. 1915 (to proceed to France with them), promoted Lieut, and Adjutant 
1916, Capt. 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France 1915, 
Salonica 1915 to Nov. 1918, Ireland Dec. 1918 to Feb. 1919. 

ARTHUR CRICHTON STUART BENNING. 

Admitted Nov. 1906, practising at Birmingham and Dunstable. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914 as Capt., Bedfordshire Yeomanry, promoted Major May 
1915. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France June 1915 to April 
1919 with 9th Cavalry Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division. 



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BERNARD JOHN BENSON. 

Articled to Reginald Benson, of Sheffield. Enlisted Sept. 10, 1914, as 
Private, 12th Batt. York and Lancaster Regt., transferred as Sapper 52nd 
(A.W.) Coy. Royal Engineers. Served in France 

HENRY LAURENCE BENSON. 

Admitted Dec. 1912. Managing Clerk with Cuthbert Bainbridge, of 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Joined Aug. 5, 1914, as Private, 6th Northumber- 
land Fusihers and promoted to Sergeant, subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut, in 
same Regt. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France and Belgium. 
Killed in action April 11, 1916, at Kemmel. 

ALFRED HARDY BENTLEY. 

Admitted May 1903. Member of Druces & Attlee, of 10 BilHter Square, 
E.C. Served as Private, Hon. Artillery Company, subsequently gazetted Lieut. 
Royal Army Ordnance Dept. 

WILLIAM BENTLEY. 

Admitted Feb. 1907. Member of Carter, Bentleys & Gundill, of Pontefract. 
Served as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry and 
subsequently promoted Lieut. 

WILLIAM HENRY BENTLEY. 

Articled to W. H. Tyrer, Town Clerk of Wigan. Enlisted Feb. 14, 1917, 
as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.), transferred to 8th Training 
Reserve Batt. March 1917, gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Flying Corps, Jan. 
18, 1918. Served at Home Feb. 1917 to April 1918, France April 1918 to 
Sept. 1918, Home Oct. 1918 to March 1919. 

BENYON RUDGARD BENYON-WINSOR. 

Admitted March 1913. Of Swansea. Served as Lieut., 1st Welsh (Howitzer) 
Brigade, Royal Field Artillery (T.) and attained the rank of Major. 

ALEXANDER BERESFORD. 

Admitted Jan. 1905. Member of Albery, Lucas & Beresford, of Petersfield 
and Midhurst. Served as Lieut., 35th Divisional Train, Royal Army Service 
Corps. 

OTTO LEOPOLD BERGENDORFF. 

Articled to S. G. Hooper, of Dudley. Enlisted Nov. 21, 1914, as Gunner, 
6th South Staffs Battery Royal Field Artillery. Awarded the M.M. Served 
in France. Gassed Nov. 1917. 

FRANCIS RATTRAY BERGH. 

Admitted Nov. 1897. Member of Oldfields, of 13 Walbrook, E.C. 4. 
Enhsted Aug. 13, 1916, as Private, Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Labour Corps Aug. 19, 1917, promoted A/Capt. March 1918, appointed 
" Labour Superintendent " with rank of A/Capt. Nov. 1918. Served in 
France. 

CHARLES WALTER BERKELEY. 

Admitted Dec. 1891. Practising at 25 Bedford Row, London, W.C. 
Mobihsed Aug. 1914 as Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col., 7th Batt. London Regt., 



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Lieut. -Col. Commanding 2/7 Batt. London Regt. Nov. 1914 to June 1917 
in England and France, Area Group Commandant June 1917 to April 1919. 
Promoted Colonel Nov. 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in 
France. 

GEORGE NORMAN BERNEY. 

Articled to J. T. Goddard, of 10 Serjeant's Inn, Temple, E.C. Enlisted 
Aug. 1914 and shortly afterwards received a commission in the Herefordshire 
Regt., attaining the rank of Capt. Killed in action in Palestine on Nov. 6, 1917. 

NOEL BERRIDGE. 

Admitted Feb. 1911. With Bum & Berridge, 11 & 12 Southampton Street, 
Bloomsbury, W.C. Joined Aug. 9, 1914, as Private, 1st Batt. Hon. Artillery 
Company. Invalided out Aug. 9, 1916. Served in Flanders 1915. 

CHARLES BERRY. 

Admitted Sept. 1899, practising at Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Joined 
June 26, 1917, as Cadet, Garrison Officers Cadet Batt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
4th Batt. Royal Sussex Regt. Aug. 18, 1917, promoted Temp. Capt. and 
Courts -Martial Officer, 4th T.R. Brigade, Sept. 1918. Served at Home. 

JOHN ANTHONY BERRY. 

Admitted April 1910. Managing Clerk with G. R. Hubbard, of 40 Chancery 
Lane, W.C. Joined 15th Batt. County of London Regt. (Civil Service Rifles) 
on Aug. 5, 1914. After serving during the winter in trenches, sent to Officers' 
Training Camp at Boulogne, and given a Commission as 2nd Lieut. 2nd Batt. 
Gordon Highlanders. Killed at the Battle of Loos Sept. 18, 1915. 

THOMAS ALGERNON SCHOLES BERRY. 

Admitted June 1907. Practising at Swinton, nr. Manchester. Enlisted 
Sept. 1, 1914, as Gunner, Royal Field Artillery, Corporal Feb. 1915, Sergeant 
April 1915, Battery Quartermaster-Sergeant May 1915, Battery Sergeant-Major 
Jan. 1916, transferred to Royal Garrison Artillery Aug. 1917, appointed Ser- 
geant (Artillery Clerk), subsequently Staff Sergeant on the Staff of Royal Artil- 
lery Headquarters, Italy (Superintending Clerk to Staff Capt. R.A.G.H.Q., 
Italy). Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.S.M. Served in 
Ireland Sept. 1914 to March 1915, England March 1915 to July 1915, Belgium 
and France July 1915 to Nov. 1917, Italy Nov. 1917 to Jan. 1919. 

HAROLD RICHARD BETTINSON. 

Articled to George Alfred Bettinson, of Birmingham. Enhsted May 1, 
1917, as Private, 3rd Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Machine Gun Corps Oct. 27, 1917. Awarded the M.C. Served in France. 
Gassed Oct. 9, 1918, at Armentieres. 

THEOPHILUS HAMILTON BEVAN. 

Admitted Aug. 1918. Practising at 1 Bush Lane. EnHsted April 1916 
as Private, East Surrey Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery 
(S.R.) Jan. 1917, promoted Lieut. July 1917. Served at Home. 

REGINALD EDGAR MORRIS BEW. 

Articled to J. A. M. Bew, of Chichester. Served as Private, Royal Army 
Service Corps (M.T.). 



44 RECORD OF SERVICE 

EDWARD NEVILLE BEWLEY. 

Admitted Dec. 1911. Practised at 40 Chancery Lane, W.C. Joined the 
Inns of Court O.T.C. in June 1915, and was afterwards gazetted 2nd Lieut» 
Sherwood Foresters, Notts and Derby Regt. Killed in action June 26, 1917. 

ERNEST RUDOLPH NEVILLE BEWLEY. 

Articled to H. N. Bewley, of Liverpool. Served as 2nd Lieut., XI. Army 
Corps Cyclist Batt. 

HARRY MAX BEYFUS. 

Admitted Nov. 1909. IManaging Clerk with Bey f us & Beyfus, of 32 
Sackville Street, W. Joined Nov. 14, 1916, as Ordinary Seaman. Served in 
Eastern Mediterranean, H.M.S. St. George, from Jan. 1917. to Nov. 1917. Then 
attached as Interpreter and Telephonist with French Navy till Jan. 1919. 

FREDERICK ARNOLD RIDDLE. 

Admitted Nov. 1902. Member of Biddle, Thome, Welsford & Gait, of 
22 Aldermanbury, E.C. Enlisted Corps of School of Musketry, Sept. 16, 1914. 
Received commission as Lieut. Territorial Force Reserve July 11, 1915, pro- 
moted Capt. Nov. 1915. Served at Home and in France. 

CECIL FRANCIS GILMOUR BILBROUGH. 

Articled to A. S. Cardew, of Lennox House, Norfolk Street, W.C. Served 
as Private, 12th Batt. Lond. Regt., subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. Middlesex 
Regt. and promoted Lieut. 

SAMUEL WALTER BILLINGS. 

Admitted April 1902. Practised at Cheltenham. Served as a Private 
in Universities and Public Schools Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Died Jan. 3, 1916, 
of wounds received in action the previous day. 

CLAUDE HERBERT EVELYN BILTON. 

Articled to Ernest Bird, of 9 Young Street, Kensington, W. Served as 
2nd Lieut, and Dispatch Rider, Cyclist Batt. Black Watch. 

HAROLD BERTRAM BINGHAJNI. 

Admitted July 1913. Managing Clerk with Mead & Sons, of 116 Jermjni 
Street, S.W. 1. Enlisted Sept. 2, 1914, as Private, 18th (P.S.) Batt. Royal 
Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Sussex Regt. July 1916, 2nd Lieut. 
Royal Field Artillery, April 1917 promoted Lieut. Oct. 1919. Served at Home 
and in France. 

LEONARD BINGHAM. 

Admitted June 1915. Practising at 65 Coleman Street, E.C. Enlisted 
Feb. 28, 1916, as Signaller, Royal Horse and Royal Field Artillery. Served in 
France 1917 to 1918. 

BENJAMIN BERNARD BINKS. 

Articled to William Harrison, of Leeds. Served as 2nd Lieut., West Riding 
Army Service Corps (T.) and afterwards promoted Lieut. 

HENRY FREDERICK DUDLEY BINGLEY. 

Admitted April 1912. Managing Clerk with Shepheards & Walters, of 
4 Broad Street Place, Finsbury Circus, E.C. Joined Dec. 1916 as Cadet, Royal 



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Garrison Artillery School, Handel Street, London. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal 

Garrison Artillery Jan. 13, 1917, promoted Lieut. July 1918. Served at 

Home. 

CLEMENT STANLEY BINNS. 

Admitted March 1908. Member of Newsom & Binns, of Sheffield. Joined 
May 1915 as 2nd Lieut., Northumberland Fusiliers (1st Tyneside Scottish). 
Served in France. Missing, believed killed, July 1, 1916. 

ARTHUR LYLE BIRCH. 

Admitted Feb. 1901. Member of Birch, Cullimore & Co., of Chester. 
Joined Nov. 27, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. Cheshire Regt., subsequently 
promoted Lieut. 

FRANK BIRCH. 

Admitted Dec. 1905. Managing Clerk with Kirby, Millett & Ayscough, 
of 2 and 3 The Sanctuary, Westminster, S.W. Enlisted June 9, 1916, as 
Private, 8th Reserve Cavalry. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. West Yorkshire 
Regt. April 26, 1917, promoted Lieut. Oct. 1918. Served at Home June 1916 
to June 1917, and Dec. 1917 to March 1918, and in France and Flanders June 
to Dec. 1917, and in March 1918. Wounded on Somme March 25, 1918. 

GEORGE BIRCH. 

Admitted May 1896, practising at Lichfield. Joined Oct. 1914 as 
Acting Paymaster, Army Pay Department. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served at Home. 

ERNEST ROY BIRD. 

Admitted July 1905. Member of Wedlake, Letts & Birds, and Tahourdin 
& Birds, of 11 Serjeant's Inn, and Ernest Bird & Sons, of 9 Young Street, 
Kensington. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Private, 16th Batt. County of London 
Regt. (Queen's Westminster Rifles), subsequently promoted Company Sergeant- 
Major. Served at Home. 

ERNEST WILLIAM BIRD. 

Admitted April 1902. Member of Bartley, Bird & Co., of LiverpooL 
Served as Private, 10th Batt. Iving's Liverpool Regt. (Liverpool Scottish), 
subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same Batt. and Regt. and attained the 
rank of Capt. Mentioned in Dispatches. 

HENRY SODEN BIRD. 

Admitted Nov. 1902. Member of H. Soden Bird & Sons, of Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne. Served as Gunner and Signaller, 297th Siege Battery Royal Garrison 
Artillery. Awarded the M.M. 

NORMAN DOUGLAS BIRD. 

Admitted Dec. 1905. Member of J. Hopley Pierce & Bird, of Wrexham. 
Enhsted May 1916 as Gunner, Lancashire and Cheshire Garrison Artillery (T.). 
Obtained commission in Royal Garrison Artillery in April 1918. Served at 
Home and in France. 

STANLEY TREADGOLD BIRD. 

Articled to C. A. Pryce, of Abingdon, Berks. Enhsted Sept. 8, 1914, as a 
Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles), later sent to the 



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Artists' Ofliccrs Training School at St. Omcr. Gazetted Temp. 2nd Lieut. 
King's Royal Rifles Sept. 19, 1915, and joined the 7th Batt. at the Front that 
month. Served in France. Wounded near Ypres on Dec. C, 1915, and 
invalided home mitil May 1916. Rejoined Regiment in France, and again 
severely woimded at Derrancourt Aug. 19, 1916. Died at the Corps Dressing 
Station Aug. 20, 1916. 

WALTER LEONARD BIRD. 

Admitted May 1909, practising at Bradford. Served as 2nd Lieut., 10th 
Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. (Liverpool Scottish). Promoted Lieut. 

JOSEPH HORNBY BIRLEY. 

Admitted March 1907. Enlisted 1914 as Private, 3rd (Pubhc Schools) 
Batt. Royal Fusiliers, subsequently commissioned and posted to the 
Manchester Regt., attaining the rank of Capt. Killed in action Sept. 2, 1918^ 

HENRY ANTHONY BIRRELL-ANTHONY. 

Articled to B. L. Rejuolds, of High Wycombe. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
Monmouthshire Regt. 

REGINALD BARTLEMORE GROS\^NOR BIRTILL. 

Admitted Dec. 1906. Formerly practising at South Molton, N. Devon. 
EnUsted Dec. 11, 1916, as Private, Depot Devonshire Regt. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 6th Batt. Devonshire Regt. Jan. 30, 1918, subsequently promoted 
A/Capt. 15th Batt. Hampshire Regt. Served in France May to July 1917 
and Oct. 1918 to Feb. 1919. 

WILLIAM THOMAS WATKINS BIRTS. 

Admitted Nov. 1907, practising at 65 Coleman Street, E.C. 2. Joined 
March 1916 as 2nd Lieut., 16th Batt. County of London Regt. (Queen's West- 
minster Rifles), subsequently promoted Lieut. Served in France. InvaHded 
home with trench fever Aug. 1917. 

THOMAS HUIVIE BISCHOFF. 

Admitted Dec. 1910. Member of Bischoff & Co., of 4 Great Winchester 
Street, London, E.C. Joined Oct. 1915 as 2nd Lieut., Royal Field Artillery. 
Promoted Lieut. April 1917, Adjutant 187th Brigade R.F.A. Jan. 1917, Staff 
Capt. (41st Divisional Artillery) T/Capt. April 1917. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in France and Belgium May 1916 
to Nov. 1917, and March 1918 to Dec. 1918, Italy Nov. 1917 to March 1918. 

BERTRAM LEWIS BISGOOD. 

Admitted Aug. 1905. Member of Hatchett Jones, Bisgood, Marshall & 
Thomas, of 48 Mark Lane, E.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., " C " Anti-Aircraft 
Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. 

GEORGE RENDEL BISHOP. 

Admitted Nov. 1917. Assistant Solicitor Hammersmith Borough Council. 
Joined June 1912 as 2nd Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt., subsequently 
promoted to Lieut. 

GERALD BISHOP. 

Articled to A. E. Phipps, of Northampton. Joined Nov. 2, 1914, as 
Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th Res. Batt. Northampton- 



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shire Regt. Feb. 4, 1915. Promoted Lieut. Nov. 1915, Capt. July 1917, 
Served in France Dec. 1916 to March 1917, and Nov. 1918 to Feb. 1919. Severely 
wounded March 4, 1917. 

GERALD CLEMENT WILLIMI BISHOP. 

Articled to his father, F. W. Bishop, of Bridgwater. Joined the Public 
School Corps of The Hawke Batt. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve in Jan. 1915. 
Went to Gallipoli in April 1915 where he was wounded, remained there until 
the evacuation. Subsequently returned home to train for commission. Posted 
2nd Lieut, to 6th Batt. Middlesex Regt. Went to France July 1917. Killed 
in action Aug. 12, 1917. 

JOHN WALTON BISHOP. 

Admitted March 1902, practising at Llanelly and Ammanford. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914 as 2nd Lieut., Pembroke Yeomanry, appointed Capt. Nov. 1914, 
Major Nov. 1916. Awarded the T.D. Served at Home 1914 to 1915, 
Egypt and Palestine 1916 to 1917, Home 1918 to 1919. 

JOSEPH GEORGE BISHOP. 

Admitted April 1892, practising at Abergavenny. Served as Major, 
3rd Batt. Monmouthshire Regt. (T.) and promoted to Lieut. -Col. Attached 
to Staff. Awarded the O.B.E. 

JOSEPH RICHARD BISHOP. 

Admitted Nov. 1908. Assistant Solicitor Great Western Railway Co.. 
Served as Staff Lieut., Royal Engineers (Signal Service). 

WILLIA3I HENRY BLABER. 

Admitted Dec. 1893. Member of Robinson & Blaber, of 23 Philpot Lane, 
E.C. Served as Lieut., 1st Home Counties Brigade, Royal Field Artillery (T.) 

ALEXANDER JMACGREGOR BLACK. 

Admitted Nov. 1902. Member of Foyer, White, Borrett & Black, of 26 
Essex Street, Strand, W.C. Joined Nov. 1914 as Lieut., 14th Batt. Northum- 
berland Fusiliers, promoted Capt. 1915, Major 1917, Twice mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. Served at Home 1914 to 1915 and in 
France 1915 to 1919. 

LEONARD ARTHUR BLACKBURN. 

Articled to W. M. Jenner, of 15 Walbrook, E.C. 4. Joined Aug. 4, 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., 6th Batt. Royal Sussex Regt., promoted Lieut. Oct. 1914, 
Captain March 1915. Transferred to Household Batt. June 1917. Served 
in France. Wounded in front of Peronne on March 21, 1918, during the 
retreat. 

ALPHONSUS BLACKMORE. 

Admitted Aug. 1909, practising at Doncaster. Joined July 1915 as 
2nd Lieut., Army Service Corps, promoted Lieut. Dec. 1915, Capt. March 
1916. Served at Home. 

BASIL BERNARD BLACKWELL. 

Admitted May 1909. Member of W. B. Blackwell & Co., of 1 Mitre Court 
Chambers, Temple, E.C. Joined May 1915 as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. 



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Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 8th Batt. Royal West Kent Regt. (The Buffs). Served 
in France. Killed in action on Sept. 3, 1916, at Selville Wood. 

CHARLES BLACKWELL. 

Admitted Oct. 1914. Of 3 Gray's Inn Square, W.C. 1. Joined Aug. 1914 
as Private, Hon. Artillery Company. Subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal 
Fusiliers. Served in France and Flanders. Killed in action July 20, 1915. 

HENRY DAWSON BLADES. 

Admitted Sept. 1890, practising at Sedbergh, Yorkshire. Enlisted 
Oct. 1914 as Private, The King's Own Royal Lancaster Regt. Served in 
France Feb. 1915 to April 1915, and Feb, 1917 to May 1918. Wounded 
April 24, 1915, at 2nd Battle of Ypres. 

GEORGE CHAMBERS BLAGDEN. 

Admitted Jan. 1908. Managing Clerk with Coward, Hawksley, Sons & 
Chance, of 30 Mincing Lane, London, E.C. Joined June 6 1918, as Private, 
Inns of Court O.T.C., and subsequently served as Cadet, 22nd (Garrison) Officers 
Cadet Batt. 

CLAUDE EDMUND LANGLEY BLAGG. 

Articled to A. J. C. Mackarness, of Petersfield, Hants. Joined Nov. 6, 
1914, as Petty Officer, Royal Navy (despatch rider motor cyclist). Appointed 
Leading Mechanic Royal Naval Air Service (Wireless Operator in Airships) 
Sept. 1915. Served in Home Naval Air Stations Nov. 1914 to April 1917, 
and in Southern Adriatic ashore and afloat April 1917 to Jan. 1919. 

FRANCIS OSMOND BLAGG. 

Articled to F. E. Blagg, of Portsmouth. Mobilised Aug. 1914 as Lieut., 6th 
Batt. Hampshire Regt. Promoted Temp. Capt. Nov. 1914, Capt. (substan- 
tive) Feb. 1915, A/Major Dec. 1918, A/Lieut.-Col. Jan. 1919 to April 1919, 
when reverted to permanent substantive rank of Capt. Served at Home Aug. 
1914 to Oct. 1914, India Oct. 1914 to Sept. 1917, Mesopotamia Sept. 1917 
to Dec. 1917, India Dec. 1917 to June 1919. 

HAROLD EPHRAIM BLAIBERG. 

Admitted June 1905, practising at 18 Ironmonger Lane, E.C. Joined 
Sept. 18, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 3rd Reserve Cavalry Regt., transferred to Royal 
Warwickshire Regt. Special Reserve as Lieut. July 1917. Served in France. 
Wounded April 14, 1917 and June 1918. 

JOHN BLAIR. 

Admitted June 1900. Member of FaithfuU, Owen, Blair & Wright, of 
Dacre House, Victoria Street, S.W. 1. Enlisted Sept. 5, 1914, as Trooper, 
Lothians and Border Horse, granted commission in Royal Scots Dec. 23, 
1914. Subsequently promoted Temp. Capt. 

FRANK BLAIR-ALLEN. 

Admitted Oct. 1911. Member of Nicholson & Blair-Allen, of Sunderland. 
Joined Sept. 1914 as Private, 7th Batt. Durham Light Infantry and after- 
wards promoted Lance-Corporal. Served in France and Belgium. Killed in 
action May 23, 1915, in 2nd Battle of Ypres. 



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DENIS HENRY BLAKE. 

Admitted May 1912. Of Great Yarmouth. Enlisted Sept. 3, 1914, as 
Private, 6th Batt. Northamptonshire Regt. Commission in 6th Batt. Bed- 
fordshire Regt. Sept. 1914, promoted Capt. April 1915. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Served at Home, France, War Office (Intelligence Department) 
Sept. 1917, British and Canadian Recruiting Mission in U.S.A. 1918. 
Wounded Oct. 1915 at Hannescamp, June 1916 at La Douelles, Nov. 1916 
at Thiepval, April 1917 at Battle of Arras. 

EDWARD WILLIAM RICHMOND BLAKE. 

Articled to E. J. Blake, of Crewkerne, Somerset. Joined Aug. 1916, as 
Private, Somerset Light Infantry. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. Somerset 
Light Infantry March 9, 1917. Went to France on May 6, 1917, and 
attached to the 8th Batt. Somerset Light Infantry. Killed in action at the 
Battle of Wytescheat July 31, 1917. 

GEORGE VICTOR BLAKE. 

Admitted Feb. 1910. Managing Clerk with Longueville & Co., of Oswestry. 
Joined Nov. 1916, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C., and subsequently promoted 
Corporal. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 1st Batt. King's Shropshire Light Infantry 
Jan. 22 1917. Served in France from Feb. 1917 until killed in action at 
Marcoing, in the battle of Cambrai, Dec. 2, 1917. 

JOHN HIBIPHREY BLAKE. 

Admitted June 1914. Clerk with Sparks & Blake, of Crewkerne, Somerset. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. Somerset Light Infantry (T.), 
promoted 1st Lieut. Aug. 1914, Capt. June 1916. Station Staff Officer 
at Kasauli (India) April 1915 to April 1916. Assistant Staff Capt. 233rd Inf. 
Bde. E.E.F. Feb. 1918 to Sept. 1918. A.D.C. to G.O.C. 75th Division E.E.F. 
Sept. 1918 to May 1919. Served at Home till Oct. 1914, India Oct. 1914 to 
April 1917, Egypt and Palestine May 1917 to May 1919. 

LEONARD NICHOLSON BLAKE. 

Admitted Jan. 1903. Member of Blake, Reid & Lapthorn, of Portsmouth. 
Served as Capt. and Quartermaster, 5th Southern General Hospital, Royal Army 
Medical Corps (T.). 

PHILIP JESSOP BLAKE. 

Admitted Dec. 1905. Member of Wake & Sons, of Sheffield. Served 
as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery. 

DOUGLAS BLANCHARD. 

Admitted May 1911. Managing Clerk with J. H. Hutchings, of Teign- 
mouth, S. Devon. EnHsted Nov. 27, 1914, as Private, 18th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3rd Dorset Regt. (Special Reserve) May 1915. Attached 
3rd Middlesex Regt. Oct. 1915. Appointed Salvage Officer 28th Division 
Dec. 1916, promoted Lieut. July 1917. Attached 819 Employment Coy. 
Labour Corps Aug. 1918. Attached 3rd Echelon G.H.Q., B.S.F., Nov. 1918. 
Appointed Staff Lieut., 1st Class, Jan. 1919. Served at Home Nov. 1914 
to Sept. 1915, France Oct. 1 to 25, 1915, Egypt Oct. 1915 to Jan. 1916, Salonica 
Force Jan. 1916 to June 1919. 



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VICTOR BLANCHARD. 

Articled to W. E. Hart, of Sheffield. Joined March 1918, as Cadet, No. 14 
Officers' Cadet Batt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3rd York and Lancaster Regt. Sept. 
1918, attached 2/6 Durham Light Infantry March 1919. Served at Home 
and in France. 
WILLIAM EDWARD MOERAN BLAND Y. 

Admitted June 1913. Member of Blandy & Blandy, of Reading. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Capt., 4th Batt. Royal Berkshire Regt. (T.F.). Served in France 
1915 to 1916. Wounded Aug. 14, 1916, at Ovillers (Somme). Invalided out 
March 4, 1917. 

WILLIAM DESMOND BLATCH. 

Admitted Nov. 1913, practised at Southampton. Served as a Trooper, 
Hampshire Yeomanry (Carabiniers). Subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Derbyshire Dragoons, promoted Lieut. 

STEWART LENTON BLAXLEY. 

Admitted Jan. 1912. Clerk with Alfred Truman, of Bicester, Oxon. 
Joined Nov. 22, 1915, as Private, Inns of Court, O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
2nd Batt. Royal Welsh FusiHers Nov. 23, 1916. Served in France. Killed 
in action at H6ninel, near Arras, April 23, 1917. 

HENRY BLECKLY. 

Articled to E. L. Sandbach, of Manchester. Served as 2nd Lieut., Cheshire 
Yeomanry, promoted Lieut. 

SIDNEY THOMAS BLEWETT. 

Articled to R. A. Jones, of Swansea, Glam. Joined June 1917, as Convoy 
Signalman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Served in the Mediterranean and 
at Ports between Gibraltar and Port Said. 

ARTHUR JOSEPH BLISS. 

Admitted Oct. 1911. Member of Bliss & Sons, of High Wycombe. Joined 
Aug. 6, 1914, as Private, Royal Army Medical Corps. Subsequently gazetted 
2nd Lieut. (4th Prince of Wales) The Leinster Regt. Served in France. Killed 
in action at Ginchy Sept. 9, 1916. 

HENRY NORMAN BLISS. 

Admitted April 1905. Member of Edell & Co., of 4/6 King Street, Cheap- 
side, E.C. Joined Inns of Court O.T.C. Sept. 11, 1915, and attained the rank 
of Sergeant. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 56th Divisional Field Artillery, A/280 Brigade, 
1918. Served at Home and in France. 

WILLIAM THOMAS BARNARD BLOCK. 

Admitted July 1902. Member of Block & Cullingham, of Ipswich. Served 
as Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery. 

FREDERICK HYMAN BLOOM. 

Admitted March 1915, practising at Middlesbrough. Served as Lance- 
Corporal Royal Engineers. 
HENRY BLOOM. 

Admitted May 1912. Practised at Middlesbrough. Joined the Durham 
University O.T.C. on the outbreak of war and gazetted 2nd. Lieut. 12th (S.) 



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Batt. Yorkshire Regt. (Teeside Pioneers). Killed in action in France Feb. 14, 
1917, whilst serving as a machine-gun officer. 

ALFRED HERBERT BLUNDELL. 

Admitted Dec. 1891. Member of Blundell, Baker & Co., of 16 Serjeant's 
Inn, E.G. Served as 2nd Lieut., 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists 
Rifles), and subsequently promoted Capt. 

CHARLES WINNALL BLUNDELL. 

Admitted Oct. 1892. Managing Clerk with Sole, Turner & Knight, of 69 
Aldermanbury, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Col. -Sergeant, 16th Batt. County of 
London Regt. (Queen's Westminster Rifles), promoted Company Sergeant-Major 
Nov. 1914. Served at Home. 

JOHN WARDEN BLUNT. 

Admitted Oct. 1905, practised at Leicester. Served as Capt., Leicester- 
shire Royal Horse Artillery. 

CHARLES FREDERICK TOLMIE BLYTH. 

Admitted May 1892. Member of Blyth, Dutton, Hartley & Blyth, of 112 
Gresham House, Old Broad Street, E.C. Served as Lieut. -Col., Royal Army 
Service Corps (T.) Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the C.M.G. 

MAURICE McAUSLANE BLYTH. 

Admitted Nov. 1901, practising at 6 New Court, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 2. 
Enlisted Sept. 1914, as Private, 19th (Public School) Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 
Discharged Dec. 1914 owing to serious illness. 

THOMAS TOLME BLYTH. 

Admitted Dec. 1906. Member of Blyth, Dutton, Hartley & Blyth, of 
112 Gresham House, Old Broad Street, E.C. Served as Lieut., Royal Army 
Service Corps (T.), and subsequently promoted Capt. 

ARTHUR ALLISTER BLYTON. 

Articled to E. Van Houtte Blyton, of Spalding. Joined Aug. 27, 1914, as 
Private, 4th Batt. Lincolnshire Regt. (T.). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th North 
Midland (Howitzer) Brigade (T.) Nov. 25, 1914, transferred to "C" Battery, 
S4th (Army) Brigade Royal Field Artillery July 1917, to " B," " A," " C," 277th 
(Army) Brigade, Dec. 1917, and to "A" Battery, 70th Brigade, 15th Division, 
in June 1918. Served in France and Belgium from Nov. 11, 1915, until killed in 
action at Pont-a-Trois, Gueules, France, on Sept. 5, 1918. Buried in Enghsh 
Cemetery at Vis-en-Artois, France. 

HENRY AUBREY BLYTON. 

Admitted June 1913. Managing Clerk with E. Van Houtte Blyton, of 
Spalding. Joined March 29, 1916, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps, 
promoted to Sergeant April 1916, Staff Sergeant-Major July 1916. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps Aug. 31, 1917, promoted Lieut. March 
1919. Served at Home. 

HAROLD ARTHUR PALMER BOCKETT. 

Articled to Arthur Bockett, of Amberley House, Norfolk Street, Strand, 
W.C. Joined Nov. 24, 1915, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company. Gazetted 



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2nd Lieut. 2nd Batt. Hon. Artillery Company Dec. 16, 1916. Served in France. 
Killed in action May 4, 1917. 

MYLES BODDINGTON. 

Articled to Alfred Whitworth, of Manchester. Enlisted Sept. 1914, as 
Private, 5th Batt. King's Shropshire Light Infantry. Subsequently gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 6th Batt. of same Regt. and attained the rank of Capt. Awarded the 
M.C. Served in Belgium and France July 1915 to July 1916. Kalled in action 
near Ypres July 1, 1916. 

RALPH THOMAS BODDINGTON. 

Admitted March 1909. Member of Hooper, Ryland & Boddington, of 
Birmingham. Joined March 1916, as 2nd Lieut., 10th Batt. London Regt., 
subsequently promoted Lieut. Killed at Beersheba, Palestine, Nov. 2, 1917. 

HAROLD OWEN BODVEL-ROBERTS. 

Admitted Aug. 1908. Of Carnarvon. Joined Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
City of London Batt., London Regt. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
the M.C. Served in France. Wounded at Loos Sept. 25, 1915 (where he earned 
the M.C.) and died from the wounds then received at Le Treport, France, on 
Nov. 18, 1915. 

GEORGE FRANKLAND BOLAM. 

Admitted April 1909, practising at Gateshead. Served as Lieut. 9th 
Batt. Durham Light Infantry. 

ARTHUR BOLDEN. 

Admitted Aug. 1906. Member of Strong & Bolden, of 70 Gracechurch 
Street, E.C. Joined Sept. 1914, as Able Seaman, Royal Naval Volunteer 
Reserve (Anti- Aircraft Corps). Commissioned Sub-Lieut. Royal Naval 
Volunteer Reserve (Auxiliary Patrol) 1916, and promoted Lieut. 1917. In 
command of Minelayers 311 and (later) 313. 

CHARLES BENSLY BOLINGBROKE. 

Articled to E. M. Calvert, of Norwich. Served as Lieut., 6th (Cyclist) 
Batt. Norfolk Regt., and attained the rank of Capt. 

ARTHUR EDWARD BOLTER. 

Articled to P. H. Freeman, of 3 South Square, Gray's Inn, W.C. Served 
as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Subsequently 
obtained commission in Machine Gun Corps and promoted Lieut. 

CHARLES ALBERT BOLTER. 

Admitted May 1911. On the Solicitor's Staff of Great Western Railway 
Co. Enhsted Sept. 3, 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. 
(Artists Rifles), was drafted to France in Jan. 1915, in Aug. 1915 was appointed 
a Sergeant-Instructor in Machine Gun School in France, on April 26, 1917, was 
gazetted 2nd Lieut. Machine Gun Corps. Killed in action near Bailleul, 
France, on April 12, 1918. 

EDWARD TREVOR BOLTON. 

Admitted Feb. 1909. Member of Bolton Bros., of 43 Great Tower Street, 
E.C. Enhsted Oct. 1914 as Private, in 23rd (Sportsman's) Batt. Royal 



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Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 11th Batt. Suffolk Regt. Sept. 16, 1916, and 
promoted Lieut. March 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in 
France from Nov. 1915 to date of his death. Wounded in battle of Arras 
April 9, 1917. Killed in action on April 10, 1918. 

FREDERICK WILLIAM GEORGE BOLTON. 

Admitted Nov. 1899. Member of Bolton & Tabor, of Letch worth, Herts. 
Enhsted Nov. 22, 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists 
Rifles). Gazetted Temp. 2nd Lieut. April 1915, promoted Temp. Lieut. 
July 1915, Temp. Capt. March 1918 Army Printing and Stationery Services. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France and Italy May 1915 to 
March 1919. 

WILLIAM SPROULE BOLTON. 

Admitted June 1911. Member of E. Trevor Bolton & Co., of Great Tower 
Street, E.C. Enhsted as a Private in 23rd Royal Fusihers (Sportsman's 
Batt.) and went to France Nov. 1915. Wounded at the battle of Beaumont 
Hamel in Nov. 1916, promoted Sergeant 1917. Died Feb. 7, 1919, of pneumonia 
just after being demobilised. 

ALFRED DALTON BOND. 

Admitted May 1907. Member of Newman & Bond, of Barnsley. Joined 
Oct. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. York and Lancaster Regt. (T.F.). Served at 
Home. Died of pneumonia at Scarborough May 22, 1916. 

EDWIN RAYMOND BOND. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Of Cardiff. Served as Major, Royal Air Force. 

HUBERT SAMUEL EMERY BOND. 

Articled to S. O. Jenkins, of Cardiff. Joined May 1915 on probation. 
Obtained commission in the 7th Welsh Cyclists as Sub-Lieut, on Aug. 19, 
1915, transferred into Royal Air Force Oct. 1916. Fell at Hounslow through 
machine going to pieces June 14. Died at Bryanston Square Hospital on 
June 17, 1917. 

ERNEST EDGAR BONE. 

Admitted May 1911. Member of Ernest E. Bone & Son, of Llandudno 
and Colwyn Bay. Served as Private, The Rand Rifles, Transvaal. 

GEOFFREY FOSTER BONE. 

Articled to F. J. Bone, of Devonport. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
Devon Royal Engineers, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1915, Capt. June 1916, 
joined Royal Flying Corps Sept. 1915, joined Machine Gun Corps Sept. 
1917. Served at Gibraltar April to Sept. 1915, France Feb. to April 1916, 
Mesopotamia Nov. 1917 to March 1919. 

JOHN BONE. 

Admitted Nov. 1905. Member of Allan B. Bone & Son, of Devonport. 
Mobihsed Aug. 1914 as 2nd Lieut., Royal Engineers (T.F.), promoted Lieut. 
June 1916, A/Capt. and Adjutant to C.R.E. 17th Division, July 1918. 
Served at Home Aug. 1914 to March 1915, Gibraltar March 1915 to Nov. 1916i 
Home Nov. 1916 to March 1917, France March 1917 to Jan. 1919. 



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CLAUDE HERBERT DICK BONNETT. 

Admitted Feb. 1912; practised at Hounslow. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
10th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Awarded the O.B.E. 

JAMES PATTERSON BONNEY. 

Admitted Oct. 1909. Member of Wilding; Son & Bonney, of Blackburn, 
and Wilding, Bonney & Pegge, of Manchester. Joined Nov. 1915, as Private, 
Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted Lieut. 351st Siege Battery Royal Garrison 
Artillery. Served in France. Killed in action Oct. 6, 1917. 

TREVOR lEUAN BONNOR-INIAURICE. 

Admitted Dec. 1911. Member of Bircham & Co., of 46 Parhament Street, 
Westminster. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 1/1 Montgomeryshire Yeomanry, 
subsequently changed into 1/1 Lincolnshire Yeomanry, promoted Capt. in 
1915. Served in the Palestine Campaign from March 1916 to July 1919. 

CYRIL ARTHUR BONSER. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Member of Hopkin & Bonser, of Sutton-in-Ashfield, 
and Mansfield, Notts. Enlisted Oct. 11, 1916, as Gunner, Royal Garrison 
Artillery and attained the rank of Regimental Sergeant-Ma j or. Served at 
Gibraltar, Egypt, France, Belgium, and Germany. 

EDWIN KENNETH BONSEY. 

Articled to G. O. Jones, of Liverpool. Joined Dec. 1915, as Private, Inns 
of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 99th Siege Battery Royal Garrison 
Artillery Feb. 1917. Gassed on June 25, 1918, and died in hospital on July 2, 
1918. 

CHARLES WILLIAM BOOTE. 

Articled to J. W. Cocks, of Liverpool. Joined Aug. 8, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
8th Batt. Cheshire Regt., promoted Lieut. Jan. 1915, Capt. Sept. 1915. Served 
at Gallipoli and Mesopotamia. Killed in action April 4-5; 1916. 

CHARLES VICTOR BOOTH. 

Admitted Dec. 1910. Managing Clerk with F. A. C. Redden, of 17 Victoria 
Street, S.W. Serving in the Inns of Court O.T.C. at outbreak of war. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 8th Batt. Suffolk Regt. Sept. 17, 1914, promoted Lieut. Dec. 1914, 
Capt. April 1915, transferred Labour Corps Oct. 1917, and to the Roj'-al Air Force, 
Sept. 1918. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to July 1915, in France July 1915 to 
Feb. 1916, Home Feb. 1916 to March 1919. 

GERALD ASTLEY BOOTH. 

Articled to R. H. Langley, of 4 Bedford Row, W.C. Enlisted in Hon» 
Artillery Company (Infantry) as a Private on Sept. 5, 1914; and attained 
the rank of Sergeant. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Hon. Artillery Company Dec. 1916 
and promoted Lieut. June 1918. Served in France Feb. 1915 to April 1917, 
remainder of time at Home. Wounded April 23, 1917, at Gavrelle, France. 

HAROLD GORDON BOOTH. 

Admitted Jan. 1911. Of Leeds. Enlisted Sept. 6, 1916, as Private, Royal 
Army Service Corps (M.T.). Commissioned 2nd Lieut, in same Regt. May 13,. 
1918. Served at Salonica. 



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HERBERT BOOTH. 

Admitted April 1910. Managing Clerk with Robert Innes, of Manchester. 
Joined Nov. 1915, as Sapper, Royal Engineers, promoted Corporal March 1916, 
Sergeant Oct. 1916, Engineer Clerk with 15th Divisional R.E. Headquarters, 
B.E.F., from March 1916 to March 1919. Mentioned in the " Peace " Dispatch. 
Served in France and Belgium. 

HOLLAND BOOTH. 

Articled to H. Lang-Coath, of Swansea. EnHsted Aug. 7, 1914, as Private, 
7th Batt. Welch Regt. (T.F.), transferred to 4th Batt. Oxford and Bucks 
Light Infantry (T.F.) May 1916. Commissioned in France, and gazetted to 
12th Batt. York and Lancaster Regt. Feb. 21, 1917. Served in England and 
East Coast until May, 1916, and in France May 1916 to Aug. 1917. Wounded 
at Fresnoy, near Arras, Aug. 11, 1917. 

ARTHUR CARY HAMPTON BORRER. 

Admitted April 1905. Managing Clerk with Boodle, Hatfield & Co., of 
53 Davies Street, W. Enlisted Jan. 1917, as Private, 28th Batt. County of 
London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Ordnance 
Corps Sept. 1917, promoted Lieut. Dec. 1918. Served at Home and in 
Macedonia. 

GEORGE KENYON FORSTER BORRETT. 

Articled to F. C. H. Borrett, of Rochester. Joined Sept. 22, 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., 1st Royal Guernsey Militia, promoted Lieut. 1st Royal Guernsey Light 
Infantry Dec. 16, 1916. Served at Home and in France and Belgium. Taken 
prisoner Dec. 1, 1917, at Battle of Cambrai. 

ERNEST BORRIE. 

Admitted March 1910. Member of Albert Borrie & Sons, of Middles- 
brough. Served as Lance-Corporal, 4th (Reserve) Batt. King's Own Royal 
Lancaster Regt. 

ROBERT GEOFFREY BORWICK. 

Articled to the Hon. Sir Charles Russell, Bart., of 37 Norfolk Street, W.C. 
Served as Lieut., 1st Batt. Herefordshire Regt. 

ERIC LEVER BOSTOCK. 

Admitted Nov. 1910, practising at Liverpool. Served as Private, 1st 
(City) Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. Subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. " H " 
Batt. Tank Corps. 

JAMES BAXENDALL BOSWELL. 

Articled to J. R. Ford, of Leeds. Mobilised as Capt. and Quarter- 
master, 2nd West Riding Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps 
(T.F.). Promoted Major. Died March 23, 1916, at Beckett's Park Hospital, 
Leeds. 

JOHN DmiVILLE BOTTERELL. 

Admitted June 1910. Member of Botterell & Roche, of 24 St. Mary 
Axe, E.C. Served as Capt., West Kent Yeomanry. 



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PERCY DUMVILLE BOTTERELL. 

Admitted Dec. 1906. Member of Botterell & Roche, of 24 St. Mary Axe, 
E.C. Served with the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Subsequently 
Assistant Commercial Attache at The Hague. Appointed a C.B.E. 

GEORGE RHODES BOTTOMLEY. 

Articled to Maurice Gaunt, of Bradford. Mobilised Aug. 5, 1914, as 
Gunner, 4th (West Riding) Howitzer Brigade, Royal Field Artillery (T.F.). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. West Riding Royal Field Artillery, March 25, 1915, pro- 
moted to Lieut. 62nd Division, B.E.F., June 1916, A/Capt. Feb. 1918. Served 
at Home 2 years, in France 2 years, and in Germany 4 months. 

ARTHUR ERNEST ESSINGTON BOULTON. 

Admitted Nov. 1902. Member of Gales, Boulton & Son, of Sunderland. 
Joined Oct. 5, 1914, as Lieut., Royal Field Artillery (T.F.), promoted Capt. 
Oct. 1915. Served in France and Flanders. 

ARTHUR WARDLE BOULTON. 

Admitted April 1912. Managing Clerk with R. T. Adderly, of Longton, 
Stoke-on-Trent. Joined Nov. 28, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 10th (Service) Batt. North 
Staffordshire Regt., sailed for Dardanelles May 1915, landed Cape Helles, 
June 6, attached to 5th East Lanes. Regiment (T.F.), in Oct. was Brigade 
Bombing Officer, left (wounded) on Oct. 29, at Malta in Hospital until 
Dec. 23, sent to England, three months' Sick Leave, Recruiting Officer 
April to Aug. 1916 with 3rd Training Reserve Batt. (Lieut, while so employed) 
until April 1917, then went to France and attached to 5th North Staffordshire 
Regt. (T.F.), left France (wounded) July 25, 1917, in Hospital until May 30, 
1918, promoted Lieut. June 2, 1917. 

HUGH DELABERE BOUSFIELD. 

Admitted Oct. 1904. Member of Dibb & Co., of Leeds. Embodied with 
7th West Yorkshire Regt., Aug. 3, 1914, with rank of Major, commanded 
1/5 Batt. West Yorkshire Regt. with rank of Lieut. -Col. from July 1916 to 
Oct. 1917. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O., C.M.G., T.D., 
French Croix de Guerre, Belgian Croix de Guerre. Served in France April 
1915 to April 1919. Wounded at Passchendaele. Taken prisoner at Kemmel 
Hill when Liaison Officer with the French Army. 

ERNEST STANLEY BOUSTRED. 

Admitted Dec. 1913. Member of H. Boustred & Son, of 74 Coleman 
Street, E.C. Enhsted Aug. 28, 1914, as Private, 13th Batt. London Regt. 
(Kensingtons), transferred Nov. 1915 to Royal Field Artillery as Signaller. 
Served in Mesopotamia. 

FREDERICK EDGAR BOWDEN. 

Admitted May 1904. Member of Foot & Bowden, of Plymouth. Joined 
Sept. 4, 1914, as Lance-Corporal, 30th Coy. Royal Engineers, promoted Cor- 
poral Sept. 1914, Sergeant Feb. 1915. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Devonshire Royal 
Engineers March 4, 1915, promoted Lieut. Aug. 1915, A/Capt. Sept. 1917. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home 1914 to 1916, and in 
Egypt, Palestine, and Syria 1917 to 1919. 



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HUBERT MOXHAY BOWDEN. 

Admitted July 1909, practising at 221b Hammersmith Road, London, W. 
Enlisted Aug. 30, 1916, as Private, London Regt., and subsequently served in 
Middlesex Regt. and 686th Home Service Employment Company, Labour Corps. 

ALFRED JOHN HAMILTON BOWEN. 

Admitted July 1909. Member of Bowen & Son, of Pontypool. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Captain, 2nd Batt. Monmouthshire Regt. (T.), and was promoted 
to Lieut. -Col. in command of Regt. Aug. 1915. Three times mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. and Bar. Served in France. Killed in 
action at Sailisel March 2, 1917. 

HUGH STORER BOWEN. 

Admitted June 1909, practising at Canterbury. Joined Oct. 1914, as 
Capt., 12th Batt. Essex Regt, promoted Major Aug. 1917. Served at 
GallipoK Sept. 1915 to Jan. 1916, Egypt Jan. to March 1916, and France 
April 1916 to Aug. 1918. 

LESLIE HAROLD BOWEN. 

Admitted Oct. 1913, practised at 12 New Court, Carey Street, W.C. 
Served as 2nd Lieut., 3rd (attached 1st) Batt. Lincolnshire Regt. Killed in 
France on Dec. 22, 1915, whilst on patrol duty. 

WILLIAM THOMAS BOWEN-HAMER. 

Articled to E. P. Careless, of Llandrindod Wells. Joined Feb. 8, 1915, 
as Driver, 2nd " B " Battery, Hon. Artillery Company, subsequently posted 
Gunner, promoted Lance-Bombardier 1916 and Bombardier 1917. Served 
at Home, and for last two years of war in France, Belgium, and Germany. 
Wounded Aug. 1918. 

BASIL CEDRIC BOWER. 

Admitted April 1914. Of Swinton. Served as Motor Ambulance Driver, 
British Red Cross Society. 

GEOFFREY ARTHUR HOLME BOWER. 

Admitted Nov. 1912. Managing Clerk with Bower, Cotton & Bower, 
4 Bream's Buildings, Chancery Lane, E.C. Mobihsed Aug. 1914, as Capt., 
7th Batt. Middlesex Regt. (T.F.), promoted Major June 1916. Three times 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home Aug. 1914, 
Gibraltar Sept. 1914 to Feb. 1915, Home Feb. 1915 to March 1915, France 
March 1915 to July 1919, except Oct and Nov. 1917, when at Staff Course, 
Cambridge. 

JOHN ALBERT BOWER. 

Articled to J. C. Waddington, of Burnley. Joined Dec. 1914, as Gunner, 
Royal Field Artillery, promoted Corporal Feb. 1915. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Royal Horse and Royal Field Artillery April 5, 1915, promoted Lieut. July 
1917, appointed Signalhng Instructor 1st Army Signal School 1918. Served 
at Home and in France. Injured at duty, Somme, August 1916. 

SIDNEY WATKIN BOWES. 

Articled to Arthur H. Neve, of Tonbridge. Enlisted Dec. 11, 1915, as 
Private, 3rd Batt. East Surrey Regt., transferred July 1916 to 4th Batt. 



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Northumberland Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Lincolnshire Regt. April 
1917, transferred to the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry 1918, pro- 
moted Lieut. Nov. 1918. Served with British Salonica Force. 

GEORGE BUTTON BOWES-WILSON. 

Admitted April 1902, practised at Middlesbrough. Mobilised as Capt., 
4th Batt. Yorkshire Regt. (T.). Served at Home and in France and Belgium 
1914 and 1915. Killed in action near Ypres June 17, 1915. 

EUSTACE GILBERT BOWHAY. 

Admitted July 1912, practised at Great Torrington, North Devon. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 6th Batt. Devonshire Regt., promoted Capt. 
Oct. 1914. Served in India 1914 and 1915, and in Mesopotamia 1916. Killed 
in action in Battle of Es Sinn, Mesopotamia, March 8, 1916. 

HUMPHREY CHARLES BRADSHAW BOWLES. 

Admitted April 1909, practising at Worthing. MobiHsed Aug. 1914, as 
2nd Lieut., 1st Home Counties Brigade Royal Field Artillery (T.F.), promoted 
Lieut. Nov. 1914, Captain March 1918. Served in India Oct. 1914 to Dec. 

1915, Mesopotamia (Kut Relief Force) Dec. 1915 to June 1916, France 1917. 

EDWYN RANDOLPH BOWLING. 

Articled to J. W. C. Frere, of 28 Lincolns Inn Fields, W.C. Enlisted 
1914, as Private, Sportsman's Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
9th Batt. Royal West Kent Regt. Killed in action June 4, 1916. 

GILBERT BOWLING. 

Articled to WiUiam Mossop, of Burnley. Enlisted Dec. 21, 1915, as 
Private, Denbighshire Yeomanry, promoted Lance-Corporal May 1917, Depot 
Hussar Regts., Yorks, Corporal Oct. 1917. Served in England. 

ANTHONY HARVEY BOWMAN. 

Articled to A. N. Bowman, of Carlisle. Mobihsed Aug. 1914, as Capt., 
1st Cumberland Howitzer Battery (T.), transferred to Regular Army as 
2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery 1915. Served at Gallipoli and in France. 
Died May 20, 1916, of wounds received in action near Arras, May 19. 

JOHN BROUGHTON BOWMAN. 

Admitted April 1898, practising at South Shields. MobiHsed Aug. 1914,^ 
as Major, 7th Batt. Durham Light Infantry, promoted Lieut.-Col. Nov. 1914. 
Awarded the T.D. Served at Home. 

CHARLES MEATHERINGHAM BOWSER. 

Admitted Nov. 1907. Member of Mossop & Mossop, of Long Sutton, 
Lines. Enlisted Nov. 2, 1916, as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps Feb. 18, 1918. Served at Home to Nov. 

1916, at Gibraltar Dec. 1916 to July 1917, Home Aug. 1917 to May 1918, 
Mesopotamia June 1918 to Feb. 1919. 

LEONARD ARTHUR BOX. 

Admitted June 1910. Member of W. W. Box & Co., of 28 Great James 
Street, Bedford Row, W.C. Joined Aug. 23, 1917, as Lieut., Royal Defence 
Corps, 



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RICHARD EDWARD BOX. 

Admitted July 1907, practising at Oxford. Enlisted Oct. 10, 1914, as 
Private, 4th Batt. Royal Berkshire Regt., promoted Sergeant 1916, Sergeant- 
Major 1917 10th Royal Fusiliers (attached Intelligence B). Once mentioned 
in Dispatches. Awarded Medaille Militaire (Croix de Guerre) (French). Served 
in France and Belgium (4 years in all). 

ALLEYNE PERCIVAL BOXALL. 

Admitted April 1908. Member of Boxall & Boxall, of 22 Chancery Lane, 
W.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Major, 1st Home Counties Brigade, Royal Field 
Artillery. Served with 307th Brigade Royal Field Artillery, 165th Brigade Royal 
Field Artillery, and 28th (Army) Brigade Royal Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. - 
Col. 1917, commanded 330th Brigade Royal Field Artillery Sept. 1918 to April 
1919. Twice mentioned in Dispatches and in 5th Army Orders (for bravery). 
Awarded the T.D. Served in India 1914 to 1915, and in France and 
Flanders 1916 to 1919. Wounded (gas shell) Sept. 11, 1917, at 3rd Battle of 
Ypres. 

FRANK STUART BOXALL. 

Admitted Nov. 1910. Managing Clerk with Sir H. Kingsley Wood & Co., 
15 Walbrook, E.C. Enlisted Sept. 8, 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of 
London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 19th (Service) Batt. Man- 
chester Regt. Jan. 15, 1915, promoted Lieut. Sept. 1915, Capt. June 1917, 
Court-Martial Officer Feb. 1918, gazetted to Intelligence Staff May 1919. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France and Belgium 1915 to 1917. 

REGINALD JOHN BOYCE. 

Admitted Nov. 1897, practised at Norwich. Served as Lieut., Royal 
Defence Corps. 

HAROLD CHARLTON BOYCOTT. 

Admitted Oct. 1898, Sohcitor to the Northampton Brewery Co. and 
also practising at Northampton. Joined March 29, 1916, as Private, 28th 
Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Received commission as 
2nd Lieut. Coldstream Guards Aug. 4, 1916. Went to France Jan. 1917, 
appointed Asst. Adjutant to C.R.E. Guards Division, Nov. 1917, promoted 
Lieut. Feb. 1918. Killed in action March 21, 1918. Buried at Arras. 

ERNEST ALEXANDER BOYER. 

Articled to Stephen Miall, of Fore Street, E.C. Joined July 1916, as 
Private, 28th Batt.County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
7th Batt. London Regt. Jan. 1917, joined the 11th Batt. in France March 
1917, attached to 22nd Batt. Jan. 1918. Served at Home and in France. 
Officially reported killed in action April 5, 1918, at Aveluy Wood, near 
Martinsart. 

WILLIAM ARCHIBALD BOYES. 

Admitted July 1898, practising as Boyes & Son, at Barnet, Herts. Enhsted 
Aug. 9, 1914, as Private, Royal Army Medical Corps. Discharged Dec. 9, 1914, 
as " special case " to resume official civilian duties. Served at Home. 



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ALAN ANDERSON BOYLE. 

Articled to William Boyle, of Liverpool. Served as Private, 10th Batt. 
Kind's Liverpool Regt. (Liverpool Scottish). Subsequently obtained commission 
in the Royal Marines, and attained the rank of Capt. 

ERNEST PATRICK CHARLES BOYLE. 

Admitted Jan. 1888. Rejoined Hon. Artillery Company on outbreak of war 
and gazetted Capt. in Sept. 1914. Went to France Jan. 1915. Shot through 
the lungs in June 1916, spent some months in hospital undergoing serious 
operation, subsequently returned to the front. Wounded in the face Oct. 1916, 
and appointed A/Lieut. -Col. Awarded the D.S.O. Killed in action Feb. 1917. 

PERCY BRABY. 

Admitted Oct. 1889. Member of Braby & Waller, of Dacre House, Arundel 
Street, Strand, W.C. Joined June 21, 1915, as A.B., Royal Naval Air 
Service Anti-Aircraft (whole time). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison 
Artillery March 1916, promoted to Lieut. Sept. 1917. Served at Home. 

ARTHUR ARMISTEAD BRACEWELL. 

Admitted Dec. 1908. Member of J. & A. A. Bracewell, of Colne, Lanes. 
Enlisted April 3, 1917, as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery and subsequently 
promoted Corporal. Granted commission May 5, 1918. Served at Home. 

GEOFFREY JOHN BRACEY. 

Admitted June 1909. Member of Chamberlin, Talbot & Bracey, of Gt. 
Yarmouth and Lowestoft. Joined Aug. 4, 1914, as Private, 5th Batt. Norfolk 
Regt. Capt. and Adjutant 2/5 Batt. Norfolk Regt. 1915 and 1916, second in 
command Sept. 1916, promoted Major 1916, went to France Feb. 1917 and 
became second in command of 11th Batt. King's Own Royal Lancaster Regt, 
joined 63rd (Royal Naval) Division July 1918 as second in command of 7th 
Royal Fusiliers, and afterwards as second in command of 1/28 Batt. County of 
London Regt. (Artists Rifles), invalided home with trench fever June 1918, 
returned to France in Oct. 1918, and took over a German Prisoner of War Camp. 

GUY BRACHER. 

Admitted Oct. 1912. Member of Bracher & Son, of Maidstone. Joined 
Sept. 3, 1914, as Private, Universities and Public Schools Batt. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 3rd Batt. East Kent Regt. (The Buffs) May 16, 1915. Served in France. 
Killed in action outside Albert July 3, 1916. 

WILLIAM VICTOR ALLEN BRACHER. 

Articled to Septimus Brutton, of Portsmouth. Joined Nov. 1915, as 
Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Served in France 
Feb. to May 1916. Died of enteric fever May 9, 1916. 

JOHN FOWLER BRADBURY. 

Admitted Feb. 1910. Member of Saunders, Bradbury & Breakwell, of 
Birmingham. Served as Capt. and Adjutant, South Midland Divisional Royal 
Army Service Corps (T.). 

PAUL BRADDON. 

Articled to William Sharp, of 11 Arundel Street, Strand. Joined Oct. 16, 
1915, as 2nd Lieut., 2/5 Batt. East Surrey Regt., promoted Lieut. July 1917, 



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attached as 2nd Lieut, to 21st Batt. King's Royal Rifles Oct. 1916 to March 
1917, attached to War Office as Cypher Officer Dec. 1917 to April 1919. Served 
in France. 
FRANCIS GARFIELD BRADFORD. 

Admitted Feb. 1908, practising at Yeovil, Somerset. Joined Dec. 1915, 
as 2nd Lieut., Royal Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. July 1917. Served at 
Home and in France. 

SIR AUGUSTUS MONTAGUE BRADLEY. 

Admitted Nov. 1886, practising at Dover. Joined March 17, 1915, as 
Lieut. -Col., commanding 296th Brigade Royal Field Artillery, Lieut. -Col. com- 
manding group of 2 Howitzer Brigades July 1916 to Oct. 1916, Lieut. -Col. 
commanding 65th Divisional Amm. Col. Oct. 1916 to Feb. 1918. Served in 
the Irish Rebellion, April 1916. 

JOSEPH ROWLAND BRADLEY. 

Admitted Nov. 1903. Clerk with Baker & Co., of Weston-super-Mare. 
Enlisted March 3, 1917, as Private, 3rd Batt. Devonshire Regt, transferred 
to 4th Batt. July 1917. Served in Mesopotamia July 1917 to April 1919. 

WILLIAM BERTRAM BRADLEY. 

Admitted Nov. 1898, practising at Monmouth. Served as Capt. and 
Hon. Major, Glamorgan Royal Garrison Artillery (T.). 

ALFRED EXELBY BRADSHAW. 

Articled to Jos. H. Bate, of Wrexham. Enlisted Dec. 11, 1915, as Pioneer, 
Royal Engineers (Signals), Sapper Army Signal Coy. Sept. 1917, promoted 
Corporal Oct. 1917, A/Sergeant June 1919, Chief Signal Officer, G.H.Q. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Served in Mesopotamia 1916 to 1919. 

STANLEY GOODWIN BRADSHAW. 

Admitted Aug. 1913. Member of C. G. Bradshaw & Waterson, of 16 
Finsbury Square, E.C. Serving in the Inns of Court O.T.C. at outbreak 
of war. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 8th Batt. East Lancashire Regt. Sept. 19, 
1914, promoted Lieut. Dec. 1914, Capt. March 1915. Awarded the M.B.E. 
(Military Division). Served in France Aug. 1915 to May 1916. 

HERBERT BRADWELL. 

Admitted Nov. 1901, practising at Nottingham. Served as Capt., 7th 
Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters) (T.). Subsequently 
promoted Major. 

JOHN ATKINS BRAIN. 

Admitted Dec. 1914. Member of Brain & Brain, of Reading. Enlisted 
Feb. 15, 1916, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. (previously served with the 
Red Cross in France from Sept. 1915 to Jan. 1916). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
4th Batt. Royal Berkshire Regt. July 22, 1916, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1918. 
Served in France Aug. 1916 to March 'l918. Wounded at Villers Brettoneaux 
March 30, 1918. 

BRIAN BRAMALL. 

Articled to Sidney White, of 23 Leadenhall Street, E.C. Served as 2nd 
Lieut., 10th Batt. Middlesex Regt. and attained rank of Capt. 



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CLAUD ARTHUR BRA^IALL. 

Articled to A. M. Bramall, of 3 Verulam Buildings, Gray's Inn, W.C. 
Joined Aug. 4, 1914, as Private, 1st Batt. Hon. Artillery Company, promoted 
Corporal March 1915, Sergeant April 1915. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. General 
List Nov. 1916, 2nd Class Staff Lieut. Dec. 1916, 1st Class Staff Lieut. 
May 1918. Served in France Sept. 1914 to Dec. 1914 and Dec. 1916 to 
March 1919. 

RALPH CYRIL LOCKHART BRANDON. 

Articled to William Elam, of 80 Cheapside, E.C. Served as Private, 
19th (Service) Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Subsequently obtained commission in 
5th (Reserve) Batt. Middlesex Regt. and promoted Lieut. 

HENRY NORINIAN HUGH BRANSOM. 

Admitted Oct. 1914, practised at 66 Berners Street, W. Served as Sub- 
Lieut. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (minesweeper). 

DOUGLAS STEPHENSON BRANSON. 

Articled to G. E. Branson, of Sheffield. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., 4th (Hallamshire) Batt. York and Lancaster Regt., promoted Lieut. 
Oct. 1914, Capt. July 1916, A/Major Aug. 1916, A/Lieut.-Col. April 1917. 
Five times mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. and 2 bars and 
the M.C. Served in France and Belgium and with Army of Occupation. 
Wounded April 1918 and Nov. 1918. 

FREDERICK HENRY EWART BRANSON. 

Admitted Nov. 1902. Member of Linklater & Co., of 2 Bond Court, 
E.C. 4. Joined Sept. 1915 as Temp. Lieut. Royal Army Ordnance Corps. 
Deputy Assistant Director of Equipment and Ordnance Stores at War Office 
Oct. 1916 to Jan 1919, Temp. Capt. Oct. 1916, Temp. Major (about) Feb. 1918. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the O.B.E. (Military Division). 
Served at Home. 

RAYMOND HELTON BRANTHWAITE. 

Admitted June 1913. Member of Lynde & BranthAvaite, of Manchester. 
Joined Oct. 22, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 7th Batt. Manchester Regiment, promoted 
Lieut. June 1915, Capt. Oct. 1915. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served 
in France. 

HENRY BENEDICT LINTHWAITE BRAUND. 

Articled to F. H. Hayllar, of Brighton. Served as Capt., 6th Batt. Wilt- 
shire Regt. 

CECIL FRANCIS BRAY. 

Admitted March 1908. Member of Bray & Bray, of Leicester. Enlisted 
Feb. 1916, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles), 
transferred July 1916 to Royal Field Artillery Cadet School. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. Royal Field Artillery Oct. 1916. Served in France and in Ireland. 

HERBERT GEORGE BREDE. 

Admitted Nov. 1919, practised at Ilfracombe. Served as Lieut., 6th 
(Reserve) Batt. Devonshire Regt (T.). 



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CHARLES EDWARD BREESE. 

Admitted Dec. 1889. Member of Charles E. Breese & Co., of Portmadoc 
and Criccieth. Served as Capt., Royal Welch Fusiliers. 

PERCIVAL JAMES BRETHERTON. 

Admitted Dec. 1907. Member of Bretherton & Sons, of Gloucester. 
Joined May 10, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt., promoted Temp. 
Lieut. Dec. 1915 and reverted Aug. 1916, promoted Lieut, (full rank) July 
1917, attached 2nd Batt. Devonshire Regt. June 1918 to Feb. 1919, promoted 
A/Capt. June 1918. Awarded the M.C. Served in France. Wounded 
Dec. 15, 1916, and Aug. 16, 1917. 

WALTER GUY NICHOLAS BRETON. 

Admitted April 1909, practised at Hanley, Staffs., in partnership with 
W. H. Breton. Joined Sept. 14, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Garrison Artillery, 
promoted Lieut. Jan. 1915, Adjutant April 1915, Capt. Oct. 1915, Major 
Nov. 1916. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. Served 
in France and Belgium. Killed at Ypres Sept. 14, 1917. 

ALAN BREWER. 

Articled to W. L. Oxley, of Sheffield. Served as Private, 5th (ShefiBeld 
City) Batt. York and Lancaster Regt. 

EDGAR BEW^ICK BREWER. 

Articled to E. T. Gurdon, of 28 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Enlisted 
Sept. 26, 1914, as Private, 7th Batt. London Regiment (T.F.), promoted Lance- 
Sergeant about Jan. 1915. Commissioned as 2nd Lieut, in same Regiment 
May 5, 1915, promoted Lieut. Oct. 1915, Capt. Nov. 1916, attached to 140th 
Trench Mortar Battery May 1916 to Nov. 1917, and commanded this Battery 
Nov. 1916 to Nov. 1917, gazetted as relinquishing commission on account of 
ill-health contracted on active service July 26, 1918. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in France Oct. 1915 to Dec. 1917. 

ARTHUR BREWIS. 

Admitted Nov. 1897. Member of Brewis & Sons, of St. Helens, Lanes. 
Served as Capt., 5th Batt. South Lancashire Regt. (T.), and subsequently 
promoted Major. 

HA YARD NOEL BRIDGWATER. 

Admitted June 1903, practising at Sheringham and Holt, Norfolk. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 3rd Batt. Norfolk Regt., promoted Major, Aug. 
1917. Three times mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the O.B.E. and 
D.S.O. Served in Gallipoli, Egypt, and Palestine. 

LOUIS BERNARD BRIERCLIFFE. 

Admitted June 1911. Member of Hulton, Harw'ood & Briercliffe, of 
Bolton. Joined Sept. 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 3rd East Lancashire Brigade, Royal 
Field Artillery. Served at Home and in France. Killed in action at Arras 
March 31, 1917. Buried at Haute Avesnes, France. 

JOHN WILLIAM BRIGDEN. 

Admitted Dec. 1909. Of Ipoh, Straits Settlements. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
6th Batt. Queen's Royal West Surrey Regt. 



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BRIAN DUDLEY BRIGG. 

Admitted Jan. 1914, practising at Harpenden, Herts. Joined Sept. 1914, 
as Cadet, University of London O.T.C., and subsequently Lance-Sergeant. 
Gazetted Temp. 2nd Lieut. 8th Batt. Royal Berkshire Regt. Nov. 27, 1914, 
promoted Lieut. July 1917, attached 26th Divisional Cyclist Coy. July 1915, 
attached 12th Corps Cyclist Batt. Dec. 1916. Served at Home Nov. 1914 to 
Sept. 1915, in France Sept. to Nov. 1915, in Macedonia Nov. 1915 to Dec. 
1918, in Caucasus Dec. 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

ALBERT BRIGGS. 

Admitted March 1, 1915. Managing Clerk with Roland W. Robinson, 
of Blackpool. Joined Jan. 18, 1916, as Sapper, Royal Engineers, promoted 
Lance-Corporal July 1916, Sergeant Sept. 1916. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Inland Water Transport, Royal Engineers, March 10, 1917, promoted Lieut. 
June 1917, Capt. Feb. 1918. *' Brought to knowledge of Secretary of State for 
War for valuable services rendered." Awarded the O.B.E. Served at Home. 

JOHN JAMES BRIGGS. 

Admitted Dec. 1912. Member of Jam^es Freeman & Briggs, of Bradford. 
Joined Sept. 10, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 6th Batt. West Yorkshire Regt., promoted 
Lieut. June 1916. Served in France and Belgium Aug. 1916 to March 1919. 

GEORGE AUGUSTIN BRIGHOUSE. 

Admitted Oct. 1911. Of Ormskirk. Served as Private, 4th Batt. King's 
Liverpool Regt. Afterwards gazetted 2nd Lieut. 20th (Service) Batt. King's 
Liverpool Regt., and attained the rank of Capt. Mentioned in Dispatches. 

ROBERT WALES BRIGHOUSE. 

Admitted Dec. 1897. Member of Brighouse, Jones & Co., of Ormskirk. 
Served as Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps (T). 

ALFRED STANLEY BRIGHT. 

Admitted Feb. 1910. Member of J. & A. Bright, of Nottingham. Joined 
Oct. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 7th Batt. Notts, and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters), 
promoted Lieut. Oct. 1915, Capt. Sept. 1916. Served on the Western Front. 
Wounded May 1915, Nov. 1915, and March 1918. Taken prisoner March 21, 
1918. 

ARCHIBALD VICCARS BRIGHT. 

Admitted July 1910. Clerk with J. & A. Bright, of Nottingham. Joined 
Sept. 1914, as Private, 12th Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
3rd Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. March 1915, promoted Lieut. 1916. Served 
at Home and in France. Killed in action in Battle of Messines June 7, 1917. 

BASIL HERBERT BRIGHT. 

Articled to F. H. Bright, of Maldon, Essex. Joined Feb. 9, 1915, as 2nd 
Lieut., 7th Batt. Worcestershire Regt., promoted Temp. Lieut. Nov. 1915, 
transferred to command 82nd Trench Mortar Battery Jan. 1916, afterwards 
changed to 144 T.M.B., promoted A/Capt. June 14, 1916. Twice mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home Feb. 1915 to July 1915, 
France July 1915 to Nov. 1917, Italy Nov. 1917 to Jan. 1919, Home Jan. 1919 
to Aug. 1919. W^ounded slightly Sept. 3, 1916, near Beaumont-Hamel. 



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FREDERICK GERALD BRIGHT. 

Admitted June 1912. Member of F. H. Bright & Son, of Witham and 
Maldon, Essex. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Lieut., 5th Batt. Essex Regt., 
promoted Capt. Dec. 1914, Staff-Capt. 161st Inf. Brigade July 1915, D.A.Q.M.G. 
Kantara area E.E.F. Aug. 1917, D.A.Q.M.G. 60th Division (with rank of 
Major) April 1918 to March 1919. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
the M.C. and the Order of the Nile (4th Class). Served at Home Aug. 1914 
to July 1915, Gallipoli Aug. 1915 to Dec. 1915, Egypt Dec. 1915 to Jan. 1917, 
Palestine Jan. 1917 to March 1919. 

WILLIA3I ARTHUR BRIGHT. 

Admitted Dec. 1904, practising at 15 George Street, Mansion House, E.C. 
Enlisted Jan. 14, 1916, as Driver, Royal Army Service Corps. Subsequently 
received commission and promotion to A/Capt. Royal Army Service Corps. 
Served at Home. 

EDGAR WILLIAM BRIGHTEN. 

Admitted March 1904. Member of Brown & Brighten, of 4 Mitre Court, 
E.C. Served as Major, 5th Batt. Bedfordshire Regt. (T.), promoted Brevet 
Lieut. -Col. Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the Order of C.M.G. and 
the D.S.O. 

GEORGE STANLEY BRIGHTEN. 

Admitted Nov. 1911. Member of Brighten & Lemon, of 1 Crutched Friars, 
London, E.C, and Antwerp. Enlisted Aug. 1914, as Private, Public Schools 
Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 8th Batt. The King's Liverpool 
Regt. Nov. 17, 1914, and attained the rank of A/Major in that Regiment, joined 
the 5th Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers March 1917 as 2nd in Command and sub- 
sequently promoted to Lieut. -Col. Three times mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded the D.S.O. and Bar, Chevalier de I'Ordre de la Couronne (Belgium) 
and Croix de Guerre (Belgium). Served from May 3, 1915, to March 1919 in 
France and Belgium. 

FRANK PUDEY BRINDLEY. 

Admitted Nov. 1903, practising at 37 Norfolk Street, Strand, W.C. Joined 
Jan. 18, 1918, as Paymaster Sub-Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 
appointed Secretary to Chief of Staff, Vice-Admiral North of Ireland, June 1918. 
Served on North Coast of Ireland. 

WALTER DYSON BRISCOMBE. 

Admitted Nov. 1904, practising at Southport. Enlisted Feb. 1917, as Private, 
Army Pay Corps, promoted Corporal Feb. 1918. Served over 2 years in France. 

FRANK BRITCLIFFE. 

Admitted Dec. 1912. Member of BritcHffe & Son, of Accrington. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 5th Batt. East Lancashire Regt., promoted Capt. June 1916. 
Awarded the M.C. Served in Egypt 1914, GallipoU 1915, Sinai 1916, France and 
Belgium 1917 to 1918. Severely wounded Aug. 24, 1918, at Miraumont, France. 

ARNOLD BRITTAIN. 

Admitted April 1912, practising at Sheffield. Served as Private, Royal 
Army Medical Corps (T.). 



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LEONARD HALL BRITTAIN. 

Articled to W. J. Bradford, of Rotherham, Yorkshire. Enlisted Feb. 22, 
1917, as Trooper, 19th Hussars, transferred to 1/1 Staffordshire Yeomanry- 
July 1918. Served at Home and in Egypt. 

WILLL\M BRITTAIN. 

Admitted Jan. 1898. Managing Clerk with Baileys, Shaw & Gillett, 5 
Berners Street, W. Enlisted Sept. 8, 1918, as Driver, Royal Army Service 
Corps. Subsequently gazetted Temp. 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps. 
Served at Home. 

JOHN ERIC BROAD. 

Articled to T. H. Bower, of 4 Bream's Buildings, E.C. Joined Aug. 1914, 
as Private, 28th Batt. Coimty of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Hertfordshire Regt. Dec. 2, 1915, promoted Lieut. Dec. 1916. Served 
in France March to Oct. 1915, and Oct. 1917 to March 1918. Killed in action 
at Mont St. Quentin, near Peronne, France, March 23, 1918. 

JOHN MOXON BROAD. 

Admitted April 1911. Member of Broad & Son, of 1 Great Winchester 
Street, E.C. Joined Sept. 16, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 60th London Divisional Train, 
Royal Army Service Corps, promoted Lieut. Nov. 1914, Capt. Jan. 1915, 
transferred to Infantry July 1918 and posted to 2/19 Batt. London Regt., 
retransf erred to Royal Army Ser\'ice Corps Dec. 1918. Served in France 
June to Dec. 1916, Salonica Jan. to June 1917, Palestine June 1917 to Jan. 1919. 

CROSSLEY ST. JOHN BROADBENT. 

Admitted Dec. 1907, practising at Darwen. Served as Capt., 4th Batt. 
East Lancashire Regt. (T.), and afterwards promoted Major. 

ROBERT ALEXANDER LONGMAN BROADLEY. 

Admitted Jan. 1909, practising at 4 Elm Court, E.C. Served in France 
with Red Cross Oct. 1914 to Feb. 1915. Gazetted Lieut. Royal Army Service 
Corps Sept. 1915, promoted A/Capt. Oct. 1917. Served at Home and in France. 

JOSEPH BROATCH. 

Admitted March 1884. Member of Broatch & Son, of Keswick. Served 
as Capt. and Hon. Major, 4th Batt. Border Regt. (T.). 

EDWARD HOWARD BROCKLEHURST. 

Admitted Feb. 1903. Member of Blunt & Brocklehurst, of Macclesfield. 
EnHsted March 7, 1916, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists 
Rifles), transferred as Private to Royal Army Service Corps April 1916. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps, May 1916, promoted Lieut. 
Nov. 1917, A/Capt. May 1917 to Jan. 1919. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served in France and Belgium. 

THOMAS POWNALL BROCKLEHURST. 

Admitted Dec. 1912. Managing Clerk with Bell, Brodrick & Gray, of 
Queen Victoria Street, E.C. Joined Aug. 16, 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. 
County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Queen's Royal 
West Surrey Regt. May 1915, promoted Capt. Aug. 1915. Served at Home and 
in France. Killed in action July 1, 1916, at Mametz, Battle of Somme. 



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RALPH ZOUCH BROCKMAN. 

Admitted July 1913, practised at Folkestone. Joined Jan 25, 1916, as 
Gunner, Royal Horse Artillery. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery 
June 20, 1916. Awarded the M.C. Served in France 1916 and 1917. Killed 
at Messines, Belgium, Sept. 29, 1917. 

RANDOLPH CHARLES ZOUCH DRAKE BROCKMAN. 

Admitted Oct. 1910, practising at Folkestone. Joined the 105th Fusihers 
(Saskatoon) as Private. Provisional Lieut. 105th Fusiliers Aug. 1915, Lieut. 
107th Batt. Canadian Pioneers Dec. 1915, transferred as Lieut, to Lord 
Strathcona's Horse (R.C.) May 1918 in France. Served in Canada and France. 

ALEXANDER BRODIE. 

Admitted Nov. 1900. Member of Budd, Brodie & Hart, of 3.S Bedford 
Row, W.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., 16th Batt. County of London Regt. (Queen's 
Westminster Rifles) and afterwards promoted Lieut. 

EDWARD BRODRICK. 

Admitted May 1914, practised at Blackburn. Served as Lieut., 13th Batt. 

Manchester Regt. 

OLIVER BROGDEN. 

Admitted July 1904, practising at Leigh, Lancashire. Joined Nov. 3, 
1916, as Private, Cheshire Regt. Served 15 months on East Coast, 15 months 
in Palestine and Salonica. 

WaLLIAM FREDERICK BROGDEN. 

Admitted Nov. 1907. Member of Brogden & Son, of Lincoln. Served 
as Lieut., 11th Batt. Suffolk Regt. 

JOHN NEVILLE BROMET. 

Articled to G. A. Bromet, of Tadcaster. Joined Sept. 6, 1914, as Private, 
Middlesex Battalion Public School and University Corps. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. Royal Field Artillery Oct. 17, 1914, promoted Lieut. July 1915. Served 
in France. Killed in action at Gouzeaucourt, near Cambrai, Nov. 30, 1917. 

ARTHUR STANLEY BROOKES. 

Admitted Oct. 1906, practising at Bristol. Joined April 10, 1915, as 
Lieut, and Quartermaster, 2/3 South Midland Field Ambulance 61st Division. 
Served in France May 1916 to Jan. 1919. 

JOHN CHARLES BROOKHOUSE. 

Admitted Aug. 1901, practising at 8 & 9 Queen Street, Cheapside, E.C. 
Joined Nov. 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Garrison Artillery. Embarked for 
Salonica on staff of 61st Heavy Artillery Group Aug. 1916, promoted Lieut. 
Nov. 1916, Staff-Lieut. 1st Class Headquarters Heavy Artillery 21st Corps 
Dec. 1917, promoted Capt. April 1918, posted to 422nd Siege Battery 
Aug. 1918, promoted A/Major Dec. 1918. Served at Salonica Aug. 1916 
to Sept. 1917, Palestine Sept. 1917 to Dec. 1918, Egvpt. Dec. 1918 to Feb. 
1919. 

FRANK SMITH BROOKS. 

Articled to A. P. Brooks, of Southport. Served as 2nd Lieut., 20th Batt, 
Manchester Regt. Killed in action in France July 1, 1916. 



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HENRY JAMES BROOKS. 

Articled to C. S. Preston, of 35 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Served as 
Sergeant, Inns of Court O.T.C. Afterwards gazetted to the Manchester Regt., 
and attained the rank of Major. Awarded the D.S.O. and the M.C. 

RICHARD BASIL DIGBY BROOKS. 

Articled to Richard Brooks, of 24 Lawrence Lane, Cheapside, E.C. Joined 
Sept. 1914 Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 2/7 Batt. Middlesex 
Regt., appointed Staff-Capt. R.T.O. Headquarters of Administrative Services 
Department General List Dec. 1917. 

JOHN WILLIAM FRANK BROOM. 

Admitted June 1910. Member of Steel & Broom, of Cheltenham. En- 
listed June 11, 1917, as Private, Worcestershire Regt., transferred to 639th 
Home Service Employment Coy. Labour Batt., subsequently transferred to 
Reserve for service as an Official, Ministry National Service. Served at 
Home. 

GEOFFREY BROOME. 

Admitted Nov. 1904. Of 36 Bedford Row, W.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
Queen's Royal West Surrey Regt. 

MALAJVI (MAX) BROTHERS. 

Admitted Dec. 1907. Member of Malam Brothers & Son, of Blackburn. 
Joined Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 2/4 Batt. East Lancashire Regt., and attained 
the rank of Capt. Served in France. Killed in action at Givenchy May 28, 
1917. 

ARNOLD LESLIE THACKHALL BROWETT. 

Admitted Dec. 1909. Member of Browetts, of Coventry. Rejoined 
Aug. 1914 the 7th Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt. with the rank of Capt. 
Went to France May 1916. Killed in trenches at Neuve Chapelle July 5, 1916. 

ALFRED WILLIAMSON BROWN. 

Articled to J. F. Read, of Liverpool. Enlisted Jan. 25, 1916, as Private, 
28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Commissioned 2nd Lieut. 
9th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. July 10, 1916, promoted Lieut. April 1917. 
Served at Home Jan. to Oct. 1916, in France Oct. 1916 to Feb. 1918, at 
Home Feb. 1918 to Jan. 1919. Wounded at Ypres June 16, 1917. 

ARTHUR CASSELS BROWN. 

Articled to H. E. Bury, of 47 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Enlisted Nov. 5, 
1914, as Private, 14th London Regt. (London Scottish), promoted Lance- 
Corporal April 1915. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. Cameron Highlanders 
(T.F.) July 2, 1915, promoted Lieut. Nov. 1915, reverted to 2nd Lieut, on 
being seconded for duty with Machine Gun Corps Aug. 1916, promoted Lieut. 
Feb. 1917, appointed Assistant Adjutant Headquarters Training Group B 
Machine Gun Training Centre Jan. 1918. Served in France Oct. 1916 to 
April 1917. Wounded at Cherisy April 26, 1917. 

CHARLES BROWN. 

Admitted July 1902. Managing Clerk with Balderston & Warrens, 
32 Bedford Row, W.C, and Baldock, Herts. Enlisted Dec. 1914, as Gunner, 



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2/A Battery Hon. Artillery Company. Commissioned in Labour Corps Jan. 
1918 as 2nd Lieut, and posted to 99th Labour Company. Served in France 
June 1917 to June 1919. 
CHARLES ANTHONY BROWN. 

Admitted Feb. 1900, practising at 57 Gracechurch Street, London, E.C. 
Joined Jan. 1917, as Cadet, Garrison Officers' Cadet Batt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
3rd Garrison Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers March 1917, transferred 2nd Garrison 
Batt. June 1917, promoted Lieut. Sept. 1918. Served in Egypt. 
COLIN EDWIN BROWN. 

Admitted April 1901. Member of Colin Brown, Wilkinson & Wharton, 
of Whitby and Scarborough. Enlisted Dec. 13, 1915, as Gunner, Royal 
Garrison Artillery, promoted Bombardier about Dec. 1917. Served in France. 

EDWARD FREDERICK MONTAGU BROWN. 

Admitted Feb. 1909. Member of Henry Vickers, Son & Brown, of Sheffield. 
Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, Universities and Public Schools Batt. 18th 
Royal Fusiliers, afterwards Sergeant in same Regt. Subsequently 2nd Lieut, 
and Lieut, in 1st Batt. Hertfordshire Regt. Died of wounds in France Jan 8, 
1918. 
ERNEST VICTOR BROWN. 

Admitted Jan. 1903. Member of Goodall, Brown & Willatt, of Nottingham. 
Served as Lieut., Royal Garrison Artillery. 

EVERARD KENNETH BROWN. 

Admitted Feb. 1903. Member of Kenneth Brown, Baker, Baker & Co., 
of Lennox House, Norfolk Street, Strand, W.C. Joined Aug. 16, 1917, as 
Temp. 2nd Lieut., Special List, promoted Temp. Lieut. Nov. 1917, Intelli- 
gence Officer Northern Command Sept. 1917 to Feb. 1919, Temp. Capt. 
July 1918, Staff-Lieut. I (B) Northern Command Nov. 1917 to July 1918, 
Staff-Capt. for Defence of the Realm Regulations Northern Command July 
1918 to Feb. 1919. Awarded the M.B.E. (Military Division). Served at Home. 

FRANCIS JOHN BROWN. 

Articled to Cecil Crust, of Spalding. Served as a Private in Lewis Machine 
Gun Section Middlesex Regt. Killed in action in France on Aug. 26, 1916. 

FREDERIC HOLIFIELD BROWN. 

Admitted Nov. 1907. Member of Penman & Brown, of 19 Holborn Viaduct, 
E.C. Joined Oct. 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company. Served in 
France. Wounded severely Feb. 1915. Died of influenza Nov. 26, 1918. 

FREDERICK WILLIAM GRAY BROWN. 

Admitted Aug. 1910, practised at 22 Chancery Lane, W.C. Served as 
Lieut., 18th Batt. County of London Regt. (London Irish Rifles). 

GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK BROWN. 

Admitted Feb. 1890, practising at Barnstaple. Served as Major, 6th Batt. 
Devonshire Regt. 

HAROLD GEORGE BROWN. 

Admitted Aug. 1900. Member of Linklater & Brown, of 2 Bond Court, 
E.C. Served as Chief Petty Officer, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 



70 RECORD OF SERVICE 

HENRY FORESTER BROWN. 

Articled to G. F. S. Brown, of Worcester. Served as 2nd Lieut., Royal 
Army Service Corps, and afterwards promoted Lieut. 

HENRY OSWALD BRO\VN. 

Admitted Oct. 1912, practising at Doncaster. Joined Jan. 18, 1915, as 
2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry (T.F.), promoted 
Lieut. Aug. 1915, Capt. June 1917. Served at Home Jan. 1915 to Dec. 1916, 
France Dec. 1916 to Dec. 1917, Home Dec. 1917 to Feb. 1919. Wounded May 
1917 Croisilles-Bullecourt, and Nov. 27, 1917, Bourlon (Cambrai). 

HENRY FINDER BROA\^. 

Admitted Jan. 1898, practising at 240 High Holborn, W.C. MobiHsed 
Aug. 1914, as Batt. Quartermaster-Sergeant, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. 
(Artists Rifles). Commissioned as 2nd Lieut, in Jan. 1915, promoted Lieut. 
April 1915, and Capt. July 1916, seconded for duty on Staff R.T.E. in Sept. 
1916. Awarded the T.D. Served at Home till April 1915, France April to 
June 1915, Home June 1915 to June 1916, France and Belgium June 1916 to 
April 1919. 

JOHN HOPE BROWT^. 

Admitted Aug. 1896. Member of Brown, Auld & Brown, of Whitehaven. 
Joined Sept. 1914, as Major, 5th Batt. Border Regt. Served at Home. 

MAURICE BLUMFIELD BRO^\^N■. 

Admitted June 1910. Managing Clerk with Godwin & Son, 63 W^ool Ex- 
change, Coleman Street, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery 
Company (Infantry). Obtained commission in Hon. Artillery Company June 
1915, promoted Capt. Aug. 1917. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home, in 
France, and in Italy. Wounded Nov. 1914. 

PHILIP JOHNSON BROWN. 

Articled to H. P. Addleshaw, of Manchester. Served as Corporal, Army- 
Pay Corps. 

RONALD STEW^ART BROWT^. 

Admitted Dec. 1898. Member of Colling Robinson, Driffield, Cleyton & 
Stewart Brown, of Liverpool. Joined April 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 2/1 Duke of 
Lancaster's Own Yeomanry, promoted Capt. and Adjutant Nov. 1916. 

STANLEY GORDON BRO\^^. 

Articled to John Errington, of Carlisle. Joined Feb. 1915, as Seaman, 
Royal Naval Division. Served at Gallipoli. Killed 1915, shortly after the 
expedition landed. 

WILLIAM BROW^. 

Admitted Oct. 1909, practised at Sunderland. Enlisted Sept. 2, 1914, as 
Private, Durham Light Infantry. Served in France. Reported missing May 
26, 1915. 

WILLIAM CUTHBERT BRO\A^. 

Admitted Feb. 1909. Of the Port of London Authority. Served in the 
Hon. Artillery Company. Afterwards obtained commission in the Durham 



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Lif^ht Infantry, and attained the rank of Capt. Mentioned in Dispatches. 

Awarded the M.C. 

WILLIAM HELMSLEY BROWN. 

Admitted Nov. 1905. Member of Royds, Rawstorne & Co., of 46 Bedford 
Row, W.C. Served as Assistant Paymaster, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 

WILLIAM LEONARD BROWN. 

Admitted Feb. 1915. Of Buxton. Joined Jan. 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 6th 
Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters), and subsequently appointed 
Brigade Intelligence Officer. Killed in action in France Sept. 25, 1915. 

WILLIAM LINFORD BROWN. 

Admitted April 1910, practising at Exeter. Enlisted March 30, 1916, 
as Private, Worcestershire Regt. Served in France. Wounded. 

WILLIAM STANLEY ALSTON BROWN. 

Admitted Nov. 1901. Member of W. H. Brown & Son, of Bristol. En- 
listed June 14, 1916, as Private, 5th Batt. North Staffordshire Regt., promoted 
Corporal Aug. 1916, Commissioned 2nd Lieut. Jan. 5, 1917, 1st Lieut. July 
1918, Capt. Dec. 1918, and appointed a Courts-Martial Officer. Served in 
France. 

JOHN EDWARD BROWN-HTOIES. 

Admitted April 1909. Member of Douglas & Humes, of Bishop Auckland. 
Served as Lieut., 7th Batt. Durham Light Infantry (Pioneers). 

ARTHUR NORMAN BROWNE. 

Articled to Arthur Browne, of Warrington. Served as Private, 5th City 
of London Batt. London Regt. (London Rifle Brigade). 

CHARLES HOW^E BROWNE. 

Articled to A. E. Pratt, of 142 Holborn Bars, London, E.C. 1. Enlisted 
June 1916, as Gunner, Devonshire Royal Garrison Artillery (T.F.). Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Devonshire Royal Garrison Artillery (T.F.) June 1, 1917, promoted 
Lieut. Dec. 1918. Served at Home. 

HAROLD ST. JOHN BRO^\^E. 

Admitted Dec. 1905. ]\|^mber of Browne & Wells, of Northampton. 
Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Capt., 4th Batt. Northamptonshire Regt., promoted 
A/Major March 1917. Awarded the M.C, T.D., and the Order of the Nile. 
Served at Gallipoli, Egypt, and Palestine. 

CLIFFORD BRUMFITT. 

Admitted Nov. 1907, practising at Morley, near Leeds. Enlisted Sept. 
6, 1916, as Gunner and Signaller, Royal Field Artillery Served with Salonica 
Forces in Macedonia. 

GEORGE RICHARD BRUMFITT. 

Admitted April 1912, practising at Barnsley. Enlisted Nov. 13, 1916, 
as Private, West Yorkshire Regt., transferred to Army Pay Corps Jan. 1917, 
promoted Corporal Nov. 1917. Served at Home. 

GEORGE KINGSTON HALL BRUTTON. 

Admitted Aug. 1891. Of Hong Kong. Served as Major, Labour Corps. 



72 RECORD OF SERVICE 

HENRY LIONEL BRUTTON. 

Admitted Oct. 1910. Member of Reid, Sharman, White & Brutton, of 
52 Bedford Row, W.C. Joined Sept. 20, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Queen's Own 
Worcestershire Hussars, Capt. and Adjutant Feb. 1915 to Sept. 1917, transferred 
as Capt. to 2/8 Batt. Worcestershire Regt. April 1918. Served in France 
April 1918 to Feb. 1919. 

WILLIAM GLYNES BRUTY. 

Admitted Dec. 1896. Member of Duffield, Bruty & Co., 18 Broad Street 
Avenue, E.C., and Waltham Abbey. Joined Jan. 15, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 
Special Supply Coy., 24tli Batt. County of London Regt., Lieut. June 1915 
Royal Defence Corps, transferred to General List of Regular Army 1917, 
appointed Assistant Provost Marshal at Headquarters Eastern Command 
March 1917 to March 1919, rank Capt. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded the M.B.E. (Military Division). Served at Home. 

FREDERICK STAWELL BRYAN. 

Admitted Dec. 1905. Member of Bryan & Bryan, of Hindley. Served 
as 2nd Lieut., 9th Batt. Middlesex Regt. Awarded the M.C. 

GUY WILLOUGHBY STAWELL BRYAN. 

Articled to H. J. W. Holt, of 12 Great Marlborough Street, W. Enlisted 
Sept. 4, 1914, as Private, 19th (Service) Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 13th Batt. Hampshire Regt. March 12, 1915, promoted Lieut. 10th Batt. 
Hampshire Regt. July 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
Italian Silver Medal for Valour. Served in Macedonia. 

GUY WYNDHAM BRYAN. 

Admitted April 1901. Of 14 Old Jewry Chambers, E.C. Served as 
Bombardier, Royal Garrison Artillery. 

HENRY NORIMAN BEECHER BRYANT. 

Admitted Oct. 1909. Member of Beecher, Bryant & Co., of 17 Grace- 
church Street, E.C. Enlisted April 10, 1917, as Gunner, Royal Garrison 
Artillery, appointed Bombadier June 1919. Served in India Sept. 1917 to 
Nov. 1919, N.W. Frontier 3rd Afghan War May to Sept. 1919. 

SYDNEY BRYANT. 

Admitted April 1910. Member of Bryant, of Pontypridd. Joined Nov. 
1915, as Sapper, Royal Engineers. Served at Home, in France, and in 
Italy. 

CHARLES JOHN BRYDEN. 

Admitted Sept. 1899. Member of Keene, Marsland, Bryden & Besant, 
of 15 Seething Lane, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Sergeant, 14th Batt. 
County of London Regt. (London Scottish). Commissioned 2nd Lieut. Sept 22, 
1915 (London Scottish), promoted Lieut. March 1917. Served in France 
Sept. 1914 to Feb. 1919. 

PATRICK BRYDONE. 

Admitted Dec. 1902, practising at Tonbridge. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). 



RECORD OF SERVICE 73 

EDWARD ALAN BRYNING. 

Admitted Oct. 1910, practising at Preston. Served as 2nd Lieut., Royal 
Field Artillery, afterwards promoted Lieut, and attached to Royal Engineers 
(Signal Service). Mentioned in Dispatches. 

WILLIAM ERNEST MARSHALL BUCHANAN. 

Admitted June 1894. Temporary Clerk with Public Trustee, Kingsway. 
Enlisted Sept. 5, 1915, as Private (Driver), Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). 
Served in France Nov. 1915 to May 1918, Ireland Sept. to Dec. 1918. In- 
valided from France May 1918. Discharged unfit Dublin 1918. 

ALEXANDER BUCHANNAN. 

Admitted June 1901, practised at Thirsk. Joined May 17, 1915, as 2nd 
Lieut., 6th Batt. West Yorkshire Regt. (T.), promoted Temp. Capt. April 1916. 
Attached to 16th Batt. on going to France with the rank of 2nd Lieut. Served 
in France from Jan. to July 1917. Killed in action near Arras July 21, 
1917. 

GEORGE HERBERT BUCHANNAN. 

Admitted May 1900. Member of Forsdike, Buchannan & Giles, of Cardiff. 
Joined Dec. 30, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., subsequently promoted to Capt. 

WILLIAM DOVER WAY BUCKELL. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Managing Clerk with Buckell & Drew, of Newport 
and Ventnor, Isle of Wight. Joined Oct. 1914, as Corporal, Royal Engineers, 
discharged July 1, 1915 (medically unlit on account of injuries received while 
on Active Service in France). Rejoined Sept. 1916, as Cadet, Machine Gun 
Corps. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Machine Gun Corps Jan. 1917, promoted Lieut. 
July 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in 
France Oct. 1914 to Jan. 1915, and April 1917 to May 1918. Injured in France 
Jan. 1, 1915, wounded March 22, 1918. 

EDMUND CECIL GLADSTONE BUCKLEY. 

Admitted April 1912. Managing Clerk with Whitley & Co., of Liverpool. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 6th (Rifle) Batt. King's Liverpool Regt., 
promoted Capt. March 1915. Served in Belgium and France. Killed in 
action near Guillemont, Aug. 5, 1916. Buried at Carnoy. 

GILBERT BUCKLEY. 

Admitted Feb. 1899, practising at Manchester. Served as Private, Royal 
Army Service Corps, attached 52nd Brigade Headquarters, Royal Garrison 
Artillery. 

JOSEPH MICHAEL BUCKLEY. 

Articled to Hutchison & Cuff, of 6 Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn Fields. 
Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists 
Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 9th Batt. The Rifle Brigade Sept. 1915, and sub- 
sequently promoted Capt. and Adjutant. Awarded the M.C. Served in France 
and Belgium. Wounded on the Somme in Aug. 1916. Killed at Passchendaele 
Dec. 22, 1917. 



74 RECORD OF SERVICE 

JAiVIES DOUGLAS BUCKTON. 

Admitted Feb. 1884. Of Warrington. Joined Nov. 23, 1914, as Major 
and Hon. Lieut. -Col., No. 2 Supernumerary Coy., 5th Batt. Gloucester- 
shire Regt. Served in England. 

CHARLES WILLIAM BUCKWELL. 

Admitted June 1906, practising at Brighton and Battle. Mobilised Aug. 
1914, as Capt., Royal Engineers (T.), promoted Major Feb. 1915. Mentioned 
in Dispatches. Served at Home and in France. Suffered from shell-shock 
April 15, 1918. 

THOMAS LAURENCE BUDD. 

Admitted Aug. 1913. Managing Clerk with F. A. Sarjeant, of Reading, 
Berks. Joined Wessex Signal Coy., Royal Engineers (T.F.) Sept. 2, 1914, 
promoted Corporal Nov. 1914, 27th Div. Signal Coy., Sergeant 1917, 58th 
Div. Signal Coy. Served in France. 

FREDERIC VINCENT BUDDEN. 

Admitted April 1908, practising at Dover. Joined Aug. 20, 1914, 3rd 
Home Counties Brigade Royal Field Artillery (T.), afterwards called 222nd 
Brigade Royal Field Artillery, promoted A/Capt. April 1917 (Substantive 
Capt. Nov. 1918), A/Major Oct. 1918, relinquished Acting rank Sept. 1919. 
Served in India Oct. 1914 to May 1916, Mesopotamia May 1916 to April 1919, 
India and Afghan Campaign April to Aug. 1919. 

LIONEL BUDDEN. 

Articled to M. J. Raymond, of Wimborne. Served as Private, Royal 
Army Medical Corps. 

WILLIAM HATTON BUDGE. 

Admitted Feb. 1907, practising at Poole, Dorset. Mobilised Aug. 1914, 
as Capt., Dorset Royal Garrison Artillery, promoted Major 1917. Once 
mentioned m Dispatches. Served at Home Coast Defence. 

JAMES ROSTRON BUGLER. 

Articled to R. W. Bugler, of Haslingden, Lanes. Joined as Private, 
East Lancashire Regt., and promoted to Corporal. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
3rd Batt. Dorset Regt., attached to 3/3 Gurkha Rifles, E.E.F. Served in 
Palestine and Egypt. 

REGINALD BULGIN. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Of Brixham. Served as Private, 28th Batt. County 
of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Afterwards gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal 
Fusiliers and attached 23rd Batt. London Regt. Mentioned in Dispatches. 

ROLAND JOHN HOWARD BULL. 

Admitted Dec. 1913. Member of Bull & Bull, 3 Stone Buildings, Lincoln's 
Inn, W.C, and Hammersmith, W. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 16th Batt. County of 
London Regt. (Queen's Westminsters) Aug. 24, 1914, promoted Lieut. 
April 1915, Capt. May. 1917, seconded Signal Service with the 8th Heavy 
Artillery Group. Served at Home and in Flanders and France. Killed 
accidentally July 13, 1917, at Canada Farm, Elverdinghe, N.W. of Ypres. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 75 

REGINALD BULLIN. 

Admitted Nov. 1901, practising as Edmonds & Bullin, at Portsmouth. 
Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Capt., 6th Duke of Connaught's Own Hampshire 
Regt., promoted Temp. Major July 1915, Major (Substantive rank) June 1916, 
seconded to 2/6 Hampshire Regt. as Adjutant from Oct. 1914 to Feb. 1915, 
seconded to 84th Provisional Batt. (Hampshire Regt.) as Adjutant from 
Feb. to July 1915, Second in Command of 17th Hampshire Regt. from 
July 1915 to Feb. 1919, President of numerous District Courts-Martial and 
also Judge-Advocate at various General Courts-Martial during the War, and 
for a time acted as legal adviser to Brigade Headquarters. " Name brought 
to the notice of Secretary of State for War for valuable services in connection 
with the War." Awarded the T.D. Served at Home. 

JAMES HOWEL BULLOCH. 

Admitted April 1901. Member of Slibbard, Gibson & Co., and Thomas 
Cooper & Co., of 21 Leadenhall Street, London, E.C. Joined April 1917, as 
Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Served in the North Sea. Special 
service in connection with Scandinavian Convoys. 

HENRY ACTON LINTON BULLOCK. 

Admitted May 1910. Member of Goate & Bullock, of Coventry. 
Served as 2nd Lieut., 7th Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt. Killed in 
action 1916. 

LANCELOT CLAUDE BULLOCK. 

Admitted Dec. 1903. Member of Wadeson & Malleson, and Markby, 
Stewart & Co., of 7 Devonshire Square, E.C. Joined Sept. 15, 1916, as Cadet. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery Dec. 11, 1916, Staff-Lieut. June 
1918, Staff-Capt. Aug. 1918. Served in France. 

ERNEST BULLOUGH. 

Admitted Aug. 1910. Member of Wilson & Bullough, of Wigan. Com- 
missioned Feb. 28, 1915, as 2nd Lieut, in 14th Batt. Manchester Regt., promoted 
Capt. March 1916, subsequently went overseas (France) to 20th Manchesters 
and invalided with Trench Fever. After discharged from Hospital served on 
Irish Command Discharge Centre, Dublin, until Jan. 1919. Served at Home 
and in France. 

JAMES BULLPITT. 

Admitted Feb. 1905, practising at Upper Norwood. Joined Aug. 5, 1914, 
as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles), transferred to 
Machine Gun Corps, and commissioned in Oct. 1916, promoted Lieut. March 
1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in France 
Oct. 1914 to Feb. 1919. 

CHARLES GILBERT BUNTING. 

Admitted June 1911, practising at West Hartlepool. Enlisted March 29, 
1916, as Gunner, Roval Garrison Artillery (T.), promoted Bombardier Sept. 
1916. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery (T.) April 30, 1917, pro- 
moted Lieut. Sept. 1918. Served on Coast Defence. 



76 RECORD OF SERVICE 

EDWARD D'ARCY BURBIDGE. 

Admitted Dec. 1897. IMcmber of Burbidge & Trestrail, of Bristol. Mobilised 
Aug. 5, 1914, and served as Capt., Royal Horse and Royal Field Artillery (T.F.). 
Served in France JNIarch 1915, Italy Nov. 1917, returned to England Jan. 1919. 

JOHN DENIS BURCH. 

Articled to J. R. Lloyd, of Bristol. Served as Trooper, 3rd Batt. North 
Somerset Yeomanry. 

JAMES MELVILL BURCHELL. 

Admitted Oct. 1911, practised at 5 The Sanctuary, Westminster. Served 
as Private, 23rd Batt. County of London Regt. Afterwards gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
9th Batt. County of London Regt. (Queen Victoria's Rifles), promoted Lieut, 
and appointed Staff-Capt. Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the O.B.E. 

LESLIE CORBET BURCHER. 

Articled to F. E. Burcher, of Kidderminster. Joined March 25, 1915, as 
2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Regt., 2nd Lieut. Royal Flying Corps. Dec. 1915., 
Certificated Pilot June 3, 1916, Lieut. Oct. 1916, Capt. March 1918, transferred 
to Royal Air Force as Capt. April 1, 1918. Served at Home and in France. 

GEOFFREY ERIC BURDEKIN. 

Articled to B. T. Burdekin, of Sheffield. Received commission as 2nd Lieut. 
Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters) Aug. 1914, and subsequently 
attached to 1st Batt. Loyal North Lancashire Regt. Served in France. Killed 
at Beuvry Jan. 26, 1915. 

EDWARD PRIESTLEY BURDETT. 

Articled to R. G. Layton, of Liverpool. Served as 2nd Lieut., 3rd Batt. 
South Lancashire Regt., and afterwards promoted Lieut. Also held commission 
in Royal Air Force. 

THOMAS GEORGE DEANE BURDETT. 

Articled to W. Hughes Jones, of Aberystwyth, and afterwards Managing 
Clerk with Smith Davies & Co., Aberystwyth. Joined Sept. 2, 1914, as Lieut., 
7th Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers., promoted Capt. May 1916. Once mentioned 
in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served at Gallipoli, Egypt, and Palestine 
from Sept. 1915 to Nov. 1917. Killed in action in Palestine Nov. 6, 1917. 

WILLIAM EDWARD PARRY PURGES. 

Admitted April 1884. Member of Burges & Sloan, of Bristol. Served as 
Colonel commanding Bristol Batt. Gloucestershire Regt. 

ROBERT EDWARD BURGESS. 

Articled to L. W. Taylor, 1 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. Sept. 1914, 
Capt. Oct. 1918. Served in France. 

EDWARD LESLIE BURGIN. 

Admitted Aug. 1909. Member of Denton Hall & Burgin, of 3 Gray's Inn 
Place, W.C, and Paris. Joined June 28, 1917, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. 
Direct commission as 2nd Lieut, to General List, attached Intelligence Corps, 
Nov. 30, 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the Croce di Guerra 
(Italian). Served at Home and subsequently in Italy. 



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HAROLD CHARLES BURGIN. 

Admitted Feb. 1913. Of 3 Gray's Inn Place, London W.C. Gazetted 
Lieut. 11th Batt. County of London Regt. Aug. 31, 1914, promoted Capt. 
and Adjutant May 1915, Staff-Lieut. (1st Class) June 1918 Headquarters, 
Aldershot Command, Aldershot. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at 
Home and in France. Suffered from shell-shock. 

FREDERIC BURGIS. 

Admitted July 1906. Member of Walter Burgis & Co., of 31 Bridge Row, 
London, E.C. Joined July 19, 1917, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 
May 1, 1918, as 2nd Lieut. King's Shropshire Light Infantry. Served at Home. 

GEORGE BERNARD BURKE. 

Articled to James Ball, of 10 Gray's Inn Place, Gray's Inn, W.C. Enlisted 
Dec. 4, 1916, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.), transferred to 
Royal Flying Corps, as 2nd Air Mechanic, March 1917. Served at Home, in 
France, and in Italy. 
ROLAND CLIVE WALLACE BURN. 

Admitted Dec. 1912. Member of Burn & Berridge, of 11 Old Broad Street, 
E.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., Sussex Yeomanry, attaining the rank of Capt., and 
as Major Cavalry Machine Gun Corps. 

EDWARD CHRISTIAN BURNELL. 

Articled to F. W. Scorah, of Sheffield. Enlisted Aug. 1, 1916, as Private, 
Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). Served in Mesopotamia Aug. 17 to 
Aug. 28, 1917, and in India Aug. 1917 to July 1919. 

LEIGH MATHIESON BURNETT. 

Articled to P. M. Randall, of Southampton. Joined Sept. 20, 1916, as 
Private, Labour Corps. 

EDWARD ALFRED BURNIE. 

Admitted Nov. 1901, practising at 59 & 60 Gracechurch Street, London, 
E.C. Enlisted May 31, 1917, as Driver, Royal Army Service Corps (H.T.). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 62nd Divisional Train, Royal Army Service Corps, July 29, 

1917, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1919. Served in France Aug. 1917 to December 

1918, and in Germany Dec. 1918 to April 1919. 

SIDNEY JOHNSTONE BURNIE. 

Admitted April 1905, practising at Nottingham. Served as Lance- 
Corporal, Royal Engineers (Signals). 

CLIFFORD JOHN FREDERICK BURR. 

Admitted July 1910. Managing Clerk with Light & Fulton, of 1 Laurence 
Pountney Hill, E.C. Mobilised at outbreak of War, as Lieut., 5th Batt. Royal 
West Kent Regt., and sent to India. Died at Jhansi, India, on May 6, 1915. 

SEPTIMUS HENRY BURRA. 

Admitted Jan. 1913. Of 2 Raymond Buildings, Gray's Inn, W.C. Served 
as Lieut., Royal Field Artillery (T.). 
CHARLES HEARN OSCAR DUDLEY BURRELL. 

Articled to J. A. Davies, of Liverpool. Joined Aug. 15, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
8rd Batt. Leicestershire Regt., transferred to 1st Batt. June 1915, promoted 



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Lieut. Sept. 1916, Adjutant Sept. 1916, A/Capt. Feb. 1917. Once mentioned 
in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in France and Belgium. Wounded 
Dec. 1917 ; gassed. 

JOHN STAIMP GARTHORNE BURRELL. 

Admitted Oct. 1910. Managing Clerk with Potts, Potts & Gardner, of 
Chester. Joined Universities and Public Schools Batt. Royal Fusiliers Sept. 
1914. Commissioned 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. The Cheshire Regt. Oct. 10, 1914, 
attached to the Staff of 55th Infantry Brigade June and July 1915, embarked 
with his Regt. for Gallipoli July 1915. Killed in action at Suvla Bay, Gallipoli, 
Aug. 9, 1915. 

RAYMOND FRANCIS TOPHAM BURRELL. 

Articled to J. A. Burrell, of 66 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Joined Inns 
of Court O.T.C. Aug. 4, 1914. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Queen's Own Royal West 
Kent Regt. Nov. 4, 1914. Served at Home and in France. Killed in action 
at Loos Sept. 26, 1915. 

WILLIAM TEMPLE BURRIDGE. 

Admitted Oct. 1904, practised at Wellington, Somerset. Served as Capt., 
5th. (Reserve) Batt. Somerset Light Infantry (T). 

HAROLD RUTHVEN BURRILL. 

Articled to Charles Scriven, of Leeds. Joined Oct. 19, 1914, as Temp. 
2nd Lieut., 12th Batt. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, promoted Temp. 
Lieut. Dec. 1914, Temp. Capt. March 1915, appointed Brigade Machine Gun 
Officer 93rd Infantry Brigade April 1915, transferred to General List June 1915, 
transferred to Machine Gun Corps July 1916, Temp. Major July 1916, appointed 
Divisional Machine Gun Officer 28th Division Feb. 1918. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Served at Home Oct. 1914 to Nov. 1915, Aug. 1917 to Jan. 1918, 
in France Nov. and Dec. 1915, April 1916 to July 1917, Egypt Jan. to March 
1916, Salonica Feb. to Nov. 1918, Turkey Dec. 1918 to March 1919. 

HUMPHREY SANDFORD BURRINGTON. 

Admitted June 1911, practised at Bridgwater and Burnham. Served as 
Private, 6th (Service) Batt. Somerset Light Infantry. Afterwards obtained 
commission in Somerset Light Infantry and promoted Lieut. 

BENJAMIN PALMER BURROUGHS. 

Admitted July 1893, practising at Liverpool. Joined March 30, 1915, as 
Major, Royal Field Artillery, Staff-Capt. June 1916 3rd Army Railheads. 
Served in France. 

ARTHUR CECIL BURROWS. 

Articled to H. W. Jelf, of 12 Norfolk Street, Strand, W.C. Served as 
2nd Lieut., 9th Batt. Lincolnshire Regt., and attained the rank of Temp. Capt. 
Awarded the M.C. 

JOHN BURROWS. 

Admitted April 1915. Member of Davies & Burrows, of Leeds. Joined 
July 1st, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 6th Batt. West Yorkshire Regt., promoted 
Lieut, in 1916 whilst instructing in Machine Gun work ; on return from 
France was Courts-Martial Officer to West Reserve Brigade (T.F.). Served 



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in France 1916. Wounded on Somme on Sept. 3 at Thiepval, and evacuated 
for gas poisoning. 

HOWARD FRANCIS BURT. 

Admitted April 1907. Managing Clerk with W. Bishop, Solicitor to L. 
and S.W. Railway Company, Waterloo Station, S.E. Joined Sept. 23, 1914, 
as 2nd Lieut., Royal Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. Sept. 1915, Capt. 
Dec. 1915, A/Major Jan. 1917, Temp. Major April 1918. Twice mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served continuously in France, Belgium, and 
Germany from Nov. 1914 to March 1919. 

WALTER GEORGE BURT. 

Admitted Nov. 1911. Of Barnsley. Served as Private, 28th Batt. County 
of London Regt. (Artists Rifles), subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut., 14th Batt. 
York and Lancaster Regt., promoted Lieut. July 1917. 

CECIL BURTON. 

Articled to Arthur E. Burton, of 10 Norfolk Street, Strand, W.C. Joined 
Sept. 22, 1914, as Lance-Corporal, 22nd (Service) Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 
Gazetted Nov. 15, 1917, 2nd Lieut. 20th Divisional Signal Company, Royal 
Engineers, i/c 59th Infantry Brigade Signals. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded the M.C. Served at Home, and in France Nov. 1915 to Feb. 1919. 
Wounded Nov. 13, 1916, at Beaumont Hamel. 

CHARLES ERNEST BURTON. 

Admitted Feb. 1914. Member of Becke, Green & Stops, of Northampton. 
Joined June 1915, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 2nd 
Batt. Monmouthshire Regt. (T.F.) Dec. 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1917, 
A/Capt. and Adjutant attached 24th Denbighshire Yeomanry Batt. Royal 
Welch FusiHers Aug. 1918. Served in France May 1916 to March 1917, 
May to Oct. 1918, at Home March to Oct. 1917, in Palestine Oct. 1917 to May 
1918. 

EDMUND GERALD BURTON. 

Admitted Nov. 1902. Member of Burton & Snell, of Daventry. Served 
with the Royal Army Service Corps. 

GUY PRITCHARD BURTON. 

Articled to N. T. Davidson, of 10 & 11 Lime Street, E.C. Joined May 10, 
1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps, promoted Lieut. Aug. 1916. 
Served at Gallipoli June to Nov. 1915, at Home Nov. 1915 to Feb. 1917, in 
France and with the Army of the Rhine Feb. 1917 to Sept. 1919. 

RICHARD AMERY BURTON. 

Articled to F. J. Poole, of Widnes. Joined Aug. 25, 1914, as Private, 10th 
(Service) Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Rifle Brigade May 1917, 
promoted Lieut. Dec. 1918. Served in France. Wounded July 15, 1916, Somme 
(Pozieres), and Nov. 1917 at Cambrai, 1st Battle. 

EDMOND WILLIAM BURY. 

Admitted Dec. 1913. Member of H. E. & W. Bury, of 47 Lincoln's Inn 
Fields, W.C. Joined 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 11th (Service) Batt. King's Royal 



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Rifle Corps, promoted Lieut. Feb. 1915, and afterwards to Capt. Served in 
France. Killed in action at Lavcntie Dec. 5, 1915. 

HAROLD STERNDALE ENTWISLE BURY. 

Articled to H. E. Bury, of 47 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Joined Aug. 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., Grenadier Guards. Served in France. Killed in action 
at Guinchy, Jan. 26, 1915. 

HUGH BURY. 

Admitted April 1911, practised at Barnsley, Yorks. Joined Aug. 1914, 
as Private, 2nd King Edward's Horse. Gazetted Lieut. Royal Sussex Regt. 
Oct. 1914, promoted Capt, March 1915. Served in France. Wounded Sept. 27, 
and Oct. 1, 1915. Taken prisoner Oct. 3, 1915. 

THOiNL^S OSWELL BURY. 

Admitted Nov. 1904. Member of Bury & Bury, of Wrexham. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Capt., 4th Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers (T.F.), promoted Major 
June 1916, Lieut. -Col. March 1918, attached 1/24 Batt. London Regt. April 

1917 to March 1918, commanded 1/20 Batt. London Regt. July and Aug. 1918. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France 3 years — remainder of 
time in England. 

GRAHAM SHURMUR BUSH. 

Articled to A. W. Taylor, of Bristol. Joined Sept. 29, 1914, as Corporal 
Dispatch Rider, Royal Engineers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Somerset Light 
Infantry April 7, 1915, transferred to Royal Flying Corps Sept. 1915, promoted 
Lieut. Royal Air Force Dec. 1916. Served in France. Wounded May 1916. 

HERBERT FULFORD BUSH. 

Articled to C. S. Tomlinson, of 50 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Joined 
Sept. 11, 1914, as Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps, promoted Capt. Feb. 1915, 
Major June 1916, S.S.O. 25th Division, D.A.D.S. 2nd Army. Once mentioned 
in Dispatches. Awarded D.S.O. Served in France 1916 to 1918, and at Cologne 

1918 and 1919. 

HORACE BUSHELL. 

Admitted Jan. 1913, practised at York. Joined Sept. 7, 1914, as Private, 
21st Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Received commission in Machine Gun Corps Sept. 
1916, promoted Lieut. June 1917, and Capt. March 1918. Served in France. 
Killed in action near Cherisy, Sept. 6, 1918. 

FRANK HOWARD BUTCHER. 

Admitted Dec. 1910. Managing Clerk with Slaughter & May, of 18 Austin 
Friars, E.C. Joined Jan. 16, 1917, as Ordinary Seaman, Royal Navy. 

OSBORNE ARTHUR BUTCHER. 

Admitted April 1904, practising at 30 Coleman Street, E.C. Gazetted 
Flight Sub-Lieut. Royal Naval Air Service May 17, 1915, promoted Fhght 
Lieut. Oct. 1916, A/Flight Commander Aug, 1917, Flight Commander (con- 
firmed) Dec. 1917, transferred to Royal Air Force as Capt. April 1918, A/Lieut.- 
Col. May 1918. Awarded the D.S.C. Served at the Dardanelles May 1915 
to April 1916, with the Grand Fleet July 1916 to Nov. 1917, and in the 
Mediterranean Nov. 1917 to March 1919. 



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ROBERT WHITTAKER BUTCHER. 

Admitted June 1909. Member of Butcher & Barlow, of Manchester. 
Mobihsed Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 5th Batt. Lancashire FusiHcrs, subsequently 
promoted Lieut. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served 
at Gallipoli. Wounded June 4, 1915. 

ALEC WILLIAM BUTLER. 

Articled to F. W. Butler, of Horsham. Joined Oct. 1, 1914, as Private, 
Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted Nov. 25, 1914, 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. Royal 
Sussex Regt., seconded to Machine Gun Corps May 1916, promoted Lieut. 
(T.F.) June 1916, Capt. (T.F.) June 1917. Served at Heme Oct. 1914 to 
July 1915, Gallipoli July to Dec. 1915, Egypt and Palestine Dec. 1915 to 
Jan. 1919. 

CLIFFORD HICKS BUTLER. 

Admitted June 1908. Assistant Clerk of Peace, Cambridge County. 
Joined Oct. 1914, as Private, University and Public Schools Batt. Royal 
Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. Black Watch Aug. 1915. Served 
in France. Killed in action at Battle of Arras April 23, 1917. 

FRANCIS NOEL BUTLER. 

Admitted Dec. 1899. Member of Wilkinson & Butler, of St. Neots, 
Hunts. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut. -Col., 5th Batt. Bedfordshire Regt. 
Served at Home and in France. 

ERNEST THOMAS BUTLIN. 

Admitted May 1905, practising at Manchester. Joined Aug. 21, 1915, 
as 2nd Lieut., 7th Batt. Cheshire Regt. (T.F.), afterwards attached to 2nd Batt. 
Monmouthshire Regt., promoted Lieut. July 1917, A/Capt. Sept. 1918. Served 
at Home Aug. 1915 to Oct. 1916, in France Oct. 1916 to Oct. 1918. 

JOHN ALEC STEUART BUTT. 

Articled to A. E. M. Taylor, of 4 Trafalgar Square, W.C. Joined Aug. 28, 
1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 7th (Service) 
Batt. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, and subsequently promoted Capt. 

THOMAS GEORGE CECIL BUTT. 

Articled to Thomas Brandon, of Manchester. Served as Private, Duke 
of Lancaster's Imperial Yeomanry. 

FRANCIS SAM BUTTER. 

Admitted April 1912, practising at Shrewsbury. Joined Aug. 16, 1915, 
as 2nd Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps, promoted Lieut. Dec, 1915, Capt. 
Sept. 1916. Awarded the O.B.E. (Military Di\dsion). Served in Egypt, 
Cyprus, and Palestine. 

HAROLD BUTTERLEY. 

Articled to J. Hewitt, of Barnsley. Served as 2nd Lieut., Barnsley (Service) 
Batt. York and Lancaster Regt. 

JOHN FREDERICK BUTTLE. 

Admitted Nov. 1911. Managing Clerk with William Buttle, of 15 Basing- 
hall Street, E.C. Joined Oct. 11, 1916, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C, 
promoted Lance-Corporal about Jan. 1917. Served at Home. 



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THOMAS KERSHAW BUXTON. 

Articled to James Chapman, of Manchester. Jomed May 21, 1917, as 
Private, 1st Batt. Herefordshire Regt., appointed Lance-Corporal Dec. 1917, 
promoted Corporal Feb. 1918 in the 4th (Reserve) Batt. " The King's " (Shrop- 
shire Light Infantry). Served at Home. 

JOHN BYERS. 

Admitted Oct. 1905. Member of Steel, IMaitland & Byers, of Sunderland. 
Served as Private, 2nd (Public Schools) Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 

JOHN ROBSON BYERS. 

Articled to G. Norman Barker, of Ilkeston, Notts. Joined Jan. 20, 1915, 
as Cadet. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. Notts & Derby Regt. (Sherwood 
Foresters) May 7, 1915, promoted Lieut. Aug. 1917. Served in France. 
Wounded July 1, 1916. 

EDMUND JAMES WIDDRINGTON BYRNE. 

Admitted Aug. 1903, practised at 7 Lothbury, E.C. Joined Aug. 4, 
1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted Lieut. South Wales Borderers 
(S.R) Sept. 23, 1914, promoted Capt. May 1915. Served in France Dec. 1914 
(wounded), Dardanelles Aug. 1915, Egypt Jan. 1916, France March 1916. 
Killed in action at Albert, France, April 29, 1916. 

FRANCIS BERNARD BYRNE. 

Articled to W. B. Thursfield, of Birmingham. Served as Private, 2nd 
City of Birmingham Batt., and subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. 16th (Service) 
Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt. 

LOUIS FREDERICK BYRNE. 

Articled to E. B. Lisle, of Newcastle-on-Tyne. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Northumberland Fusiliers Nov. 13, 1914. Served at Home and in France. 
Killed in action in Somme battle July 1, 1916. 

CYRIL WEST BYWATERS. 

Admitted Dec. 1911. Managing Clerk with Julius H. White, of 40/44 
Holborn Viaduct. Enlisted March 1917, as Gunner, Royal Horse Artillery. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery Oct. 1917, promoted Lieut. April 1919. 
Served in France. 



HENRY WILLIAM CADBURY-BROWN. 

Admitted July 1906. Of Sarratt, Herts. Served as 2nd Lieut., Royal 
Army Service Corps, and subsequently attained the rank of Capt. 

ALFRED ARMSTRONG CADDICK. 

Admitted .Tuly 1 894. Member of Caddick & Walker, of West Bromwich 
and Birmingham. Served as Major, 8th Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt. (T.). 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Trained in England from Aug. 1, 1914, went 
to France in spring of 1915, and remained until killed in action at the Battle of 
the Somme July 1, 1916. 



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REGINALD HARRY CADE. 

Articled to J. Ogden Hardicker, of Manchester. Joined Aug. 1914, as 
2nd Lieut., 7th Batt. Lancashire Fusihers, and attained the rank of Major. 
Served in Egypt, GaUipoh, and in France. Twice wounded. Killed in action 
Oct. 1918. 

JOHN ARCHIBALD CAHILL. 

Admitted Feb. 1913. Member of Williams & James, of Norfolk House, 
Strand, W.C. Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. 
(Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 2nd Batt. Royal Berkshire Regt. Feb. 14, 
1915, promoted Lieut. Oct. 1915, and Capt. Feb. 1916. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in France and Flanders. Wounded at 
Neuve Chapelle in 1915 and on the Somme in July 1916. Killed in action at 
Zonnebeke, near Ypres, Aug. 16, 1917. 

HERBERT PORRITT CAIN. 

Admitted Dec. 1903, practised at Ramsbotham. Joined Oct. 10, 1914, 
as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. East Lancashire Regt., promoted Temp. Lieut. Jan. 
1915, Permanent Lieut. Aug. 1917, Temp. Capt. May 1915, Permanent Capt. 
Sept. 1917. Served at Home 1914, 1915, and 1916, and in France 1917, 1918. 

HARRY CALDECUTT. 

Admitted Dec. 1905. Managing Clerk with Sedgley, Caldecutt & Co., 
of Kiiutsford, Cheshire. Mobilised, as Capt., 5th Batt. Cheshire Regt. Aug. 1914. 
Served in France Feb. to Sept. 1915 and March 1916 to July 1918. 

JOHN LINDOW CALDERWOOD. 

Admitted Nov. 1912. Member of Townsend, Wood & Calderwood, of 
Swindon. Served as 2nd Lieut., 15th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt., and attained 
the rank of Capt. Mentioned in Dispatches. 

JOHN CALLAWAY. 

Admitted Feb. 1885, practising at W^estbury, Wilts. Joined Sept. 1914, 
as Capt., 2/4 Batt. Wiltshire Regt., went to India Dec. 1914, and in March 1918 
appointed A.D.J.A.G. Southern Command, Poona, India. Served in India 
practically all the time. 

LAURENCE FREDERICK CALLINGHAM. 

Admitted Feb. 1913, practising at 1 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 
Enlisted Aug. 5, 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. 
{Artists Rifles), promoted Lance-Corporal April 1915 (in France). Obtained 
commission as Sub-Lieut. Royal Naval Division May 1915, attached to Hood 
Batt. (Gallipoli and France), transferred to Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 
Sea Service, March 1917, promoted Lieut. 1917. Served in France and 
Belgium Nov. 1914 to May 1915, Gallipoli and JEgean Isles Oct. 1915 to 
May 1916, France May 1916 to Nov. 1916, Sea Service March 1917 to Jan. 1919. 
Wounded at capture of Beaucourt by the Royal Naval Division Nov. 13, 1916. 

CHARLES VvILLIAM CALLIS. 

Admitted July 1883. Member of Callis & Woosnam, of Blackpool. Served 
as Capt., 4th Batt. Loyal North Lancashire Regt. (National Reserve). 



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JOHN ALBERT FREDERICK CALLIS. 

Articled to C. W. Callis, of Blackpool. Served as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt, 
Manchester Regt., and attained the rank of Capt. 

GEORGE BLAYLOCK CALVERT. 

Admitted April 1912. Member of Trevor C. Griffiths & Co., of Blackwood, 
Mon. Joined Dec. 1916, as Paymaster Sub. -Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer 
Reserve, H.M.S. Pembroke, served on H.M.S. Aciaeon Jan. 1917 to May 1919. 
Served at Home (Harbour Service). 

JOSEPH HARRISON CALVERT. 

Articled to T. Lamb, of 22 Chancery Lane, W.C. Joined April 1916, as 
Gunner, Royal Field Artillery (T.F. ). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery 
(S.R.) Jan. 13, 1917, promoted Lieut. July 13, 1918. Once mentioned in 
I3ispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in France. 

REGINALD CULLEN CALVERT. 

Admitted Jan. 1911. Member of Calvert & Son, of Leeds. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 7th Batt. West Yorkshire Regt. (Leeds Rifles), and 
subsequently promoted Capt. Served in France. Wounded in 1915, and 
invalided home. Rejoined his Unit, and subsequently wounded in July 1916, 
Died in Casualty Clearing Station July 15, 1916. 

ALEXANDER BOSWELL CAMPBELL. 

Admitted Jan. 1901, practised at Hastings. Joined Aug. 1914, as Capt., 
Sussex Yeomanry, attached as Lieut. Royal Sussex Pioneer Batt. Served at 
Home and in France. Died of wounds received in action in France Sept. 13,. 
1917. 

COLIN CAMPBELL. 

Articled to Peregrine Thomas, Tow^n Clerk of Burnley. Joined Sept. 28^ 
1915, as Sapper, Royal Engineers. Served in German East Africa. 

GEORGE LESLIE CAMPBELL. 

Admitted Aug. 1906. Member of Caporn & Campbell, of St. Bride's House, 
Salisbury Square, E.C. Served as Quartermaster- Sergeant, 330th Road 
Construction Coy., Royal Engineers. 

GEORGE RUPERT ALLAWAY CAMPBELL. 

Admitted Feb. 1906, practised at 10 Coleman Street, E.C. Served as 
2nd Lieut., 22nd Batt. Middlesex Regt., subsequently invalided out of the 
Army. 

WILLIAM EDWARD HARRISON CAMPBELL. 

Articled to J. C. Morton, of Sunderland. Joined May 15, 1915, as Cadet, 
Durham University O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3/1 West Riding Brigade, 
Royal Field Artillery (T.), Aug. 17, 1915, promoted Lieut. June 1916. Served 
at Home, France and Belgium Feb. to May 1917 and Sept. to Nov. 1917, Italy 
Nov. 1917 to Nov. 1918. Wounded at Ziilebeke, Belgium, April 26, 1917. 

WILLIAM THOMAS CAMPBELL-JONES. 

Admitted Oct. 1906, practising at Haverfordwest. Served as Major, 4th 
Batt. Welch Regt. 



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HERBERT WILTON CAMPION. 

Articled to H. G. Campion, of 5 Queen Victoria Street, E.G. Joined 
July 13, 1914, as Midshipman, London Division Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 
promoted Sub. -Lieut. Dec. 1914, Flight Sub. -Lieut. Sept, 1915, Flight Lieut. 
April 1917, Capt. April 1918. Served in Belgium 1914, France 1915, Coastal 
Patrol (Pilot flying) 1916 to 1918, France and Belgium 1918 and 1919, 
Taken prisoner on Oct. 9 and 12, 1914. 

WALTER HOWARD CANDLER. 

Admitted Dec. 1991, practising at Bognor. Joined Jan. 29, 1915, as 
Private, 11th Batt. Royal Sussex Regt., promoted Lance-Corporal, Dec. 1915. 
Served in France March 1916 to Jan. 1917 and Aug. 1917 to April 1918. 
Wounded March 30, 1918. 

FRANK CUTHBERT CANE. 

Admitted Feb. 1917. Clerk with Henry Cane, of Brighton. Joined 
Sept. 25, 1917, as Private, Royal Sussex Regt., transferred to Army Pay Corps 
Dec. 1917, promoted Corporal Oct. 1918. Served at Home. 

WILLIAM JOHN CANTON. 

Admitted Dec. 1909, practising at Dowlais. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 
South Wales Borderers (T.F.), Capt. and Adjutant from Nov. 1914 to end of 
War. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home, and in France and 
Germany. 

ERNEST AMPHLETT CAPEL. 

Admitted May 1898. Member of Lambe, Carless & Capel, of Hereford. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 1st Batt. Herefordshire Regt. (T.F.), promoted 
Major June 1916. Awarded the M.C. and T.D. Served at Home 1914, 
Gallipoli 1915, Egypt and Palestine 1916, 1917, 1918. Wounded in Suvla 
Bay landing Aug. 9, 1915. 

GEOFFREY NOEL CAPNER. 

Admitted Feb. 1906. Managing Clerk with Slater & Co., of Darlaston. 
Joined Aug. 6, 1915, as 2ad Lieut., 5th Batt. South Staffordshire Regt., promoted 
Lieut. May 1917. Served in France 1916, 1917, 1918. 

EDWARD ORFORD CAPON. 

Admitted Dec. 1897. Member of Capon & Elliott Smith, of 29 Bedford 
Row, W.C. Served as Lieut., 73rd Protection Coy., Royal Defence Corps. 

JOHN VICTOR CARD. 

Admitted Aug. 1911. Managing Clerk with Wm. G. Card, of 11 Milk 
Street Buildings, Cheapside, E.G. Enlisted Sept. 1914, as Private, Grenadier 
Guards. Subsequently commissioned and attained the rank of Capt. in East 
Surrey Regt. Awarded the M.C. Served in France, Salonica, East Africa, 
and Russia. Killed in action near Archangel March 25, 1919. 

D'ARCY GARDEN. 

Articled to Herbert Garden, of Brighton. Joined Dec. 1914, as Lieut., 
2nd Home Counties Brigade Royal Field Artillery, promoted to Capt. Jan. 1916 
and Major Nov. 1918. Served at Home 1914 to April 1917, Palestine April 
1917 to May 1918, France May to Dec. 1918. 



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PHILIP SIDNEY CARDEN. 

Admitted Nov. 1901. Member of Cardens, of Brighton. Mobilised Aug. 4^ 
1914, as Sergeant, Sussex Yeomanry. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service 
Corps (T.F.) Sept. 1914, promoted Lieut. Dec. 1914, Capt. Aug. 1915"! Twice 
mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France from Dec. 1914 to Feb. 1919. 

CECIL DACRE CARDER. 

Admitted Feb. 1906. Member of Carder & Carder, of Dover. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Major, 1st Kent Batter}^ Royal Field Artillery (3rd Home Counties 
Brigade). Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in India 1914, Mesopotamia 
1916 to 1919. 

HENRY CARDWELL. 

Admitted Dec. 1914. Solicitor with Tatham, Worthington & Co., of 
Manchester. Joined Aug. 1915, as Cadet, Manchester University O.T.C. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Lancashire Fusiliers Oct. 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1917. 
Wounded at Arras May 3, 1917. Discharged on account of wounds received 
on active service Feb. 1918. 

ARCHIBALD LINDSAY CARELESS. 

Admitted July 1896. Member of E. P. & A. L. Careless, of Llandrindod 
Wells. Served as Major, Brecknockshire Batt. South Wales Borderers (T.). 

NIGEL EDWARD CAREY. 

Admitted Aug. 1902, practising at 5 Verulam Buildings, Gray's Inn, W.C. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Corporal, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
The Rifle Brigade Sept. 1914, promoted Lieut. June 1915, Served in France 
and at Home. 

WILFRID TOWT^SHEND CARLESS. 

Admitted March 1897. Member of Lambe, Carless & Son, of Hereford. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Major, 1st Batt. Herefordshire Regt. Served at Home 
and at Gallipoli. Present at Suvla Bay landing Aug. 1915. Missing in Gallipoli 
as from Aug. 12, 1915, subsequently presumed by War Office to have been killed 
on that day. 

JOHN ARTHUR CARLILE. 

Articled to Arthur Atkinson, of Folkestone. Joined Oct. 1914, as Private, 
Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 18th Batt. Notts & Derby Regt. 
(Sherwood Foresters), promoted Capt. 7th Batt. Leicestershire Regt., attached 
to 7th Batt. Essex Regt., appointed A/Staff-Capt. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Served in France. Wounded at Somme (Cambrai Wood). Died 
from effects Dec. 25, 1919. 

WILLIAM HOOTON CARLILE. 

Admitted Dec. 1913. Managing Clerk with Frank Allen, of Doncaster. 
Joined May 21, 1917, as Private, Roj'al Army Veterinary Corps, promoted 
Corporal. Served at Home. 

HENRY BARRY CARLISLE. 

Articled to E. J. Carlisle, of Manchester. Joined Oct. 6, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
2/6 Batt. Lancashire Fusihers, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1916, Capt. June 1916, 
Major Sept. 1918. Seconded to Machine Gun Corps March 1916. Served at 



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Home Oct. 1914 to Aug. 1915, Gallipoli Aug. to Dec. 1915, Egypt Dec. 1915 
to Feb. 1917, France Feb. 1917 to June 1918, Home June 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

THOMAS TONKIN CARLYON. 

Articled to E. L. Carlyon, of Truro. Joined Sept. 4, 1916, as Private, 
1/7 Batt. Devonshire Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Cornwall Royal Garrison 
Artillery (T.) Dec. 24, 1917. Served in France. Killed in action June 28, 1918. 

PHILIP WILLIAM POOLE CARLYON-BRITTON. 

Admitted March 1886. Member of Upton, Britton & Lumb, of 43 Bedford 
Square, W.C. Gazetted Dec. 9, 1914, as Major, 14th Batt. West Yorkshire Regt., 
second in command of 12th Batt. West Yorkshire Regt. Granted honorary 
rank of Major in the Army Sept. 1918. Served at Home (with occasional 
visits to France) from Dec. 1914 to April 1916, and in Belgium and France from 
April 1916 to Sept. 1918. 

RAYMOND CARLYON CARLYON-BRITTON. 

Articled to Mellor Lumb, of 43 Bedford Square, W.C. 1. Director of 
Motor Department of the British Committee of the French Red Cross 1915 to 
Aug. 1918, Sub. -Lieut. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (Hydrophone Service) 
Aug. 1918 until Nov. 18, 1918, Mine-sweeping in Black Sea, Nov. 18 to Dec. 
12, 1918, attached to Staff of Admiral the Hon. Sir Arthur Somerset Gough- 
Calthorpe, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., &c., British High Commissioner, Constantinople, 
and lent to Foreign Office for such service, Dec. 12, 1918, to April 1919. 
King's Messenger from Constantinople to Paris Conference and Foreign 
Office, London, April 1919. 

WILLIAM EDWIN BLAKE CARN. 

Articled to W. G. Carn, of Kingston-on-Thames. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 
Trooper, 1st County of London Yeomanry (Middlesex Hussars). Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 10th (Scottish) T.F. (Res.) Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. March 21, 
1917, A/Capt. May to Sept. 1918 whilst Assistant Commandant to Western 
Command Anti-Gas School, Substantive Lieut. Sept. 1918. Served at Home, 
Egypt, Gallipoli, Dublin, France, and Belgiiuii. 

THOMAS MANSEL NICHOL CARNE. 

Articled to J. W. Botsford, of Cardiff. Served as 2nd Lieut., 16th (Cardiff 
City) Batt. The Welch Regt. 

WILLIAM BIRCH CARNLEY. 

Admitted Dec. 1909. Member of Culross & Co., of 13 Old Cavendish 
Street, W. Joined Feb. 14, 1916, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. Royal Army Ordnance Department July 18, 1916, promoted Lieut. Oct. 
1916, Lieut. Royal Flying Corps Jan. 1917, Capt. July 1917. Served at Home. 

CHARLES ERNEST CARPENTER. 

Articled to T. A. Needham, of Manchester. Joined Nov. 15, 1916, as 
Private, in Royal Army Service Corps, on the Adjutant-General's Branch of 
the Staff at General Headquarters France and Italy, promoted A/Sergcant 
July 1918, and Probationer for commission in the Army Pay Department 
up to date of Armistice. Served at Home Nov. to Dec. 1916, France Dec. 
1916 to Nov. 1917, Italy Nov. 1917 to March 1918. 



88 RECORD OF SERVICE 

FRED HAROLD CARPENTER. 

Admitted May 1916, practising at Brighton. Joined July 17, 1916, as 
Private, 1/6 Batt. Roj'^al Sussex Rcgt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th (Reserve) 
Batt. Royal Sussex Regt. March 1, 1917, Adjutant Brigade Signal School, 
Southborough, Aug. 1917, promoted Lieut. Sept. 1, 1918. Served in France. 
Gassed Oct. 1918, and invalided Home. 

JAMES SIDNEY CARPENTER. 

Admitted July 1899, practising at Bath. Joined 1916 as 2nd Lieut., 
Royal Army Ordnance Corps, subsequently promoted Lieut. Served at Home, 
Southern and Eastern Commands. 

GEORGE ARTHUR BUXTON CARR. 

Admitted Aug. 1889. Member of C. R. Randall & Son, of 4 Copthall 
Buildings, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 5, 1914, as Major, 1/24 Batt. London Regt. 
(The Queen's), promoted to Substantive Lieut. -Col. in same Regt. May 1916. 
Placed on Territorial Force Reserve Sept. 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded D.S.O. and T.D. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to March 1915, France 
March 1915 to July 1917, Home July 1917 to Sept. 1918. Slightly wounded 
Dec. 24, 1916. 

HERBERT GEORGE CARR CARR-ELLISON. 

Admitted Nov. 1899. Member of Leadbitter & Harvey, of Newcastle- 
upon-TjTie. Joined Aug. 4, 1914, as Capt., Northumberland Hussars Yeomanry, 
attached 21st (E. of I.) Lancers March 1917 to Oct. 1919, Staff-Capt. North- 
West Frontier Force Headquarters May to Sept. 1919. Served at Home 
Aug. 1914 to Jan. 1917, India Jan. 1917 to Nov. 1919, Afghan Frontier May 
to Sept. 1919. 

HAROLD CARRINGTON. 

Admitted Feb. 1912. Member of Carrington & Leonard, of Barnsley. 
Served as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. Durham Light Infantry. 

JOHN CARRINGTON. 

Admitted Feb. 1883. Member of Carrington & Leonard, of Barnsley. 
Joined Sept. 5, 1916, as Major, Royal Engineers. Served as Major and O.C. 
228th Field Coy. Royal Engineers. 

ROBERT CARRUTHERS. 

Admitted Jan. 1881, practising at Liverpool. Served as Lieut. -Col., 
Recruiting Staff 8th Regimental District. 

THOMAS WRIGHT CARSON. 

Admitted Dec. 1907, practised at Llanelly. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 6th Batt. 
Duke of Wellington's Own West Riding Regt. shortly after the outbreak of 
the War. Reported missing on Dec 27, 1915, and official news of his death was 
received from Germany. 

CHARLES COPLESTONE CARTER. 

Articled to Grylls & Cowland, of Launceston. Served as Private, 2nd 
PubUc Schools Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 



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HARRY OSBORNE CARTER. 

Admitted Dec. 1908, practising at 16 Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W. 
Joined Feb. 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 8th Batt. Middlesex Regt., promoted Capt. 1918. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in Gibraltar, Egypt, and England. 

HUBERT CARTER. 

Admitted Feb, 1909, practising at Bath. Served as Lieut., 8th Batt. 
Somerset Light Infantry. 

ISIDORE ONSLOW GOODRICHE CARTER. 

Admitted Oct. 1908. Of 28 Cathcart Hill, N. 19. Served as Pay Sub- 
Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, on H.M.S. Iron Duke. 

JOHN FREDERICK HEATHCOTE CARTER. 

Admitted March 1908. Member of Frank Simmonds «fe Carters, of Broad 
Street House, E.C. Joined Dec. 29, 1915, as Private, Inns of Court, O.T.C. 
Subsequently gazetted Lieut. King's Shropshire Light Infantry. 

ROBERT CHARLES HEATHCOTE CARTER. 

Admitted March 1908. Member of Frank Simmonds & Carters, of Broad 
Street House, E.C. Served as Lieut., 4th Batt. King's Shropshire Light 
Infantry. 

RONALD NORMAN CARTER. 

Articled to H. W. Carter, of 61 Carey Street, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Joined 
April 7, 1915, as Cadet, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. 
Dorset Regt. July 28, 1915, transferred to the Royal Flying Corps June 1916, 
promoted Lieut. Dec. 1917. Served in France. Shot down and taken prisoner 
while flying on Sept. 20, 1916, in France. Repatriated from Germany on 
Dec. 18, 1918. 

THOMAS HEALEY HUNTON CARTER. 

Admitted Nov. 1903, practising at Newhaven & Seaford. Joined Nov. 16, 
1914, 5th Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt., and attained the rank of A/Major 
Aug. 1916. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. Served 
at Home and in France. Invalided owing to illness in Oct. 1916. 

DAVID JAMES CARTWRIGHT. 

Articled to J. W. Piercey, of Huddersfield. Joined April 11, 1916, 
as Private, 3rd Batt. West Riding Regt., transferred to Home Service 
Employment Coy. during early part of 1917 on account of Medical Disability, 
and promoted Corporal. Served at Home. 

FREDERICK HAWKSLEY TALBOT CARTWRIGHT. 

Admitted March 1903. Assistant Solicitor to the County Council of the 
West Riding of Yorkshire, County Hall, Wakefield. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 
Lieut., 1/4 Batt. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, promoted Capt. 1914, 
Major 1918. Served in France 1915 and 1917, during which time he was twice 
invalided home. 

HENRY JOSEPH CARTWRIGHT. 

Articled to A. H. Bikker, of 3 New Court, W.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
10th Batt. Bedfordshire Regt. 



90 RECORD OF SERVICE 

HUBERT SCOTT CARTWRIGHT. 

Admitted June 1901. Member of Roy & Cartwright, of 4 Brick Court, 
Temple, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 14th Batt. County of London 
Regt. (London Scottish), promoted Temp. Major Oct. 1915, Major (Substantive) 
May 1916. Awarded T.D. and Croix de Guerre (French). Served in France 
and Belgium Sept. to Dec. 1914, France June to Nov. 1916, Salonica Nov. to 
Dec. 1916. Wounded at Givenchy Dec. 23, 1914. 

VINCENT HENRY CARTWRIGHT. 

Admitted Oct. 1908. Member of Freeth, Rawson & Cartwright, of 
Nottingham. Joined Sept. 20, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Marine Artillery, 
promoted Lieut. Jan. 1915, Capt. July 1915, Major June 1917. Twice mentioned 
in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. and French Croix de Guerre. Served 
in France. 
ROBERT JOHNSTON CARUTHERS-LITTLE. 

Admitted Aug. 1910. Member of Edward Palling Little, of Stroud, Glos. 
Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Capt., Gloucestershire Regt., promoted Major June 
1916, 4th (Reserve) Batt. Gloucestershire Regt. Nov. 1916 to March 1917, 1st 
Garrison Batt. Northamptonshire Regt. May to Nov. 1917, 1/4 Northampton 
Regt. Nov. 1917 to July 1919. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at 
Home Aug. 1914 to Mar. 1915, France Mar. 1915 to July 1916, Home July 1916 
to Mar. 1917, Egypt April to Nov. 1917, Palestine and Egypt Nov. 1917 to 
July 1919. Wounded July 23, 1916. Torpedoed Arcadian April 1917. 

ALFRED CEDRIC CARVER. 

Articled to R. A. Wright, of Manchester. Served as 2nd Lieut., 14th Batt. 
Cheshire Regt. 

FRANK TOIM CARVER. 

Admitted Dec. 1899. Member of David Allen & Carver, of Hereford, 
MobiUsed Aug. 5, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 1st Batt. Herefordshire Regt. (T.F.), 
promoted Capt. and Adjutant Sept. 1914, appointed Major on Headquarters 
Staff of the Western Command Depot, Heaton Park, June 1916, appointed to 
Headquarters Staff of Navy and Army Canteen Board May 1917, appointed 
D.A.Q.M.G. Headquarters, Western Command, Chester, from May 1918 to 
Jan. 1920, with rank of Major. Injured through a horse accident while training 
in Aug. 1915 and found unfit for General Service. 

GILBERT SQUAREY CARVER. 

Admitted April 1903. Of Singapore. Served as 2nd Lieut., 14th Batt. 
Cheshire Regt. 
WALTER LIONEL CARVER. 

Admitted July 1907. Managing Clerk with Baker & Lillington, of Weston- 
super-Mare. Joined Aug. 28, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 1st Batt. Herefordshire 
Regt. (T.), promoted Lieut. Jan. 1915, Capt. Oct. 1915. Served at Suvla Bay 
Aug. to Nov. 1915, and with Egyptian E.F. 1916 and 1917. Killed in 
action at Khuweilyeh Nov. 6, 1917. 

LAUNCELOT SULYARDE ROBERT CARY. 

Articled to W. J. Sloan, of Bristol. Served as 2nd Lieut., Devonshire Regt» 
Killed in action July 20, 1916. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 91 

DONALD ALBERT STEVENSON CASH. 

Articled to A. J. Cash, of Derby. Joined April 10, 1916, as Private, 4th 
Batt. Royal Scottish Fusiliers, promoted Corporal Feb. 1917. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 5th Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters) June 26, 1918. 
Served in France 1917. 

CHARLES PARKINSON CASS. 

Admitted Nov. 1901, practising at Keighley, Yorks. Mobilised Aug. 1914, 
as Major, 6th Batt. West Riding Regt. Demobilised Nov. 15, 1918, to be loaned 
to Ministry of National Service. Awarded the T.D. Served in France and 
at Home. 
DEMETRIUS JOHN CASSAVETTI. 

Admitted Nov. 1909. Member of Orr Dignam & Co., of Finsburj^ House, 
Blomfield Street, E.C. Joined July 1, 1917, as 2nd Lieut., General List, 
promoted Lieut. R.T.D. Mediterranean Lines of Communication Staff July 
1917. Served in France and Mediterranean Lines of Communication. 

CHARLES ERNEST CASTELLAN. 

Admitted April 1900. Member of Hennen, Edgelow & Castellan, of 
Quality Court, Chancery Lane, W.C. Served as Major, 2nd East Anglian 
Brigade Royal Field Artillery. 

LEON BENHAM CASTELLO. 

Admitted May 1905. Member of Bull & Bull, of 3 Stone Buildings, 
Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Joined May 3, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. Royal Irish 
Rifles, seconded Machine Gun Corps Nov. 1915, seconded Intelligence Corps 
June 1916. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the Legion of Honour 
and Croix de Guerre. Served in France. 

BASIL LANGFORD HARVE CASTLE. 

Articled to J. Ballard of Bournemouth. Served with the Royal Flying 
Corps. Afterwards obtained commission in Royal Army Service Corps and 
attained the rank of Lieut. 

CLALDE MONTAGU CASTLE. 

Admitted Jan. 1903, practising at 4 Bishopsgate, E.C. Joined Dec. 23, 
1914, as Capt., Royal Irish Rifles (Ulster Division). Awarded the M.C. 

GODFREY ERNEST CASTLE 

Admitted Feb. 1910. Member of Whitley & Co., of Liverpool. Served 
as Lieut., 3rd West Lancashire Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, and attained 
the rank of Capt. Mentioned in Dispatches and awarded the M.C. 

TREVOR CASTLE. 

Admitted July 1903, practising at 79 Lombard Street, E.C. Served as 
Capt., 6th (Reserve) Batt. East Surrey Regt. 

WILLIAM HENRY CASTLE. 

Admitted May 1903, practising at 44 Pembroke Road, Kensington, W. 
Joined Sept. 2, 1914, as Private, 19th (Service) Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 7th Batt. Royal Fusiliers May 18, 1915, transferred Royal Army 
Service Corps Sept. 1917, promoted Lieut. March 1919. Served in Greek 
Macedonia and Serbia Jan. 1916 to Jan. 1919. 



92 RECORD OF SERVICE 

THOMAS HILL CASWELL. 

Admitted Nov. 1901. Managing Clerk with Hunt & Hunt, of 14 Old 
Jewry Chambers, Cheapside, E.C. Joined Nov. 11, 1914, as Lieut., in Royal 
Army Service Corps, promoted Capt. Nov. 1915. Served in France March 
1915 to Nov. 1918. Invalided home in Nov. 1918 suffering from rheumatism. 

HAROLD AR]\L\ND CATEAUX. 

Admitted March 1906, practised at Riclimond, Surrey. Served as Private, 
Royal Army Medical Corps. 

WALTER NOEL CATLOW. 

Articled to B. W. Edwards, of Leicester. Joined Oct. 10, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
46th (N.M.) Divisional Train Royal Army Service Corps (T.F.), promoted 
A /Lieut. Oct. 1915, confirmed in rank June 1916, seconded to London Regt. 
March 1918, attached 8th (Reserve) London Regt. Jan. to May 1918, 
attached 1/21 London Regt. (1st Surrey Rifles) May 1918, promoted A/Capt. 
and Adjutant Sept. 1918 to June 1919. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served in France Feb. 1915 to Nov. 1917 and May 1918 to May 1919. 

CHARLES BURNEY CATNACH. 

Articled to A. L. Bird, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Joined May 6, 1915, as 
2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers (T.F.), transferred to Royal 
Flying Corps July 1916, gazetted a Flying Officer (Observer) Jan. 1917, 
promoted Lieut. Jan. 1917, gazetted Flying Officer (Pilot) Dec. 1917. Served 
various periods at Home, in France Sept. 1916 to April 1917, in Salonica 
Jan. 1918 to March 1919. 

GLANVILL RICHARD CATTARNS. 

Admitted Dec. 1908. Member of Cattarns & Cattarns, of Leadenhall 
Street, E.C. Joined Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., South Lancashire Regt., promoted 
Lieut, and Capt. 1915, A/Major 1916. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded the M.C. Served at Gallipoli and Mesopotamia. Killed in action 
Feb. 12, 1917. 

EUSTACE SHIPSTONE CATTLE. 

Articled to Frederic Cattle, of Ilkeston. Joined Aug. 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., 4th Batt. York and Lancaster Regt., promoted Lieut. 1915. Awarded 
the M.C. Served in France. Reported missing, believed killed, near Thiepval 
July 7, 1916. 

CHARLES STEWART CAUTHERLEY. 

Admitted Nov. 1903. Managing Clerk with Druces & Attlee, of 10 Billiter 
Square, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company, and 
attained the rank of Company Sergeant-Major. Subsequently gazetted Lieut. 
Hertfordshire Regt. Served in France and Flanders Sept. 1914 to Oct. 1915 
and April 1916 to April 1918. Suffered from shell shock Sept. 1916. 
Killed in action at Voormezeele, near Kemmel, April 26, 1918. 

STEPHEN AYLWIN CAVE. 

Admitted Feb. 1904, practising at Wellington College, Berks. Joined 
July 11, 1917, as Private, Royal Berkshire Regt., transferred to Army Pay 
Corps Sept. 1917. Discharged April 4, 1918. Served at Home. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 93 

WILLIAM THOMAS CHARLES CAVE. 

Admitted Dec, 1907. Member of E. F. Turner & Sons, of 115 Leadenhall 
Street, E.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., Inns of Court O.T.C., and attained the 
rank of Capt. 

NORMAN CAYLEY. 

Admitted Nov. 1899. Managing Clerk with Waterhouse & Co., of 10/12 
Bishopsgate, E.C. Joined Aug. 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Garrison Artillery, 
promoted Lieut. July 1917, A/Capt. Sept. 1917 to April 1918, with 24th Heavy 
Battery Royal Garrison Artillery Dec. 1915, with the Field Survey Company 
(Observation Branch) in command of an Observation Group July 1916 to 
April 1918, A.D.C. to G.O.C. 29th Division April 1918 to March 1919. Seivcd in 
Belgium, France, and Germany Dec. 1915 to March 1919. 

CHARLES ROBERT CHADWICK. 

Admitted Nov. 1912. Member of Arnold Chadwick, Fooks & Co., of 60 
Carey Street, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, 18th Batt. 
Royal Fusiliers (1st Public School Batt.). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. 
The Queen's Own (Royal West Kent) Regt. May 9, 1915, promoted Lieut. 
July 1917. Served with Mesopotamian Expeditionary Force. 

HAROLD CHADWICK. 

Articled to William Johnston, of Stockport. Joined Dec. 12, 1914, as 
Private, 6th (Reserve) Batt. Cheshire Regt,, and attained the rank of Regimental 
Quartermaster-Sergeant. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Durham Light Infantry Oct. 30, 
1917, and posted to 19th Batt. Jan. 1918, appointed Batt. Education Officer 
Nov. 1918. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home Dec. 1914 to Jan. 1918 and 
in Belgium and France Jan. 1918 to Feb. 1919. Wounded slightly Nov. 4, 
1918. 

HERBERT FRANCIS CHADWICK. 

Admitted April 1896. Member of Chadwick, Son & Nicholson, of Dews- 
bury. Served as Capt., 12th (Service) Batt. King's Own Yorkshire Light 
Infantry (Miners). 

JOHN CHADWICK. 

Articled to Louis Chadwick, of 60 Carey Street, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Joined 
Sept. 2, 1914, as Private, 18th Service (1st P.S.) Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. (Special Reserve) Royal Dublin Fusiliers May 23, 1915, 
promoted Lieut. July 1917. Served at Home Sept. 1914 to May 1916 and July 
1916 to June 1918, and in France May to July 1916 and July 1918 to Jan. 
1919. Wounded July 1, 1916. 

LEONARD ARTHUR CHADWICK. 

Articled to J. P. Chadwick, of 67 Tooley Street, S.E. Mobilised Aug. 1914, 
as Gunner, " B " Battery, Hon. Artillery Company, and attained the rank of 
Sergeant. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery Dec. 1915, promoted 
Lieut. Sept. 1917, and Capt. Oct. 19i8. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home 
Aug. 1914 to April 1915, Egypt and Aden April to Dec. 1915, France 
May 1916 to Nov. 1918, Germany Dec. 1918 to Oct. 1919. Wounded at Ypres 
Oct. 10, 1917, and Oct. 30, 1917, and at Cambrai Oct. 8, 1918. 



94 RECORD OF SERVICE 

HENRY CECIL CHALKER. 

Admitted Dec. 1910. Member of Stewart & Chalker, of Wakefield. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 4th Batt. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. 
Invalided ]May 3, 1918. Once in List of Mentions by Secretary of State for 
War Feb. 1917. Served at Home. 

OSCAR BERNARD CHALLENOR. 

Articled to Bromley Challenor, of Abingdon, Berks. Mobilised Aug. 1914, 
as Lieut., 1/4 Batt. Royal Berkshire Regt. (T.F.), promoted Capt. Aug. 1916. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in France March 
1915 to Nov. 191 7, and in Italy Nov. 1917 to March 1919. Wounded in France 
Aug. 1915, and in Italy Sept. 1918. 

WILLIA:vi FRANCIS CHALLINOR. 

Admitted Oct. 1906. Member of Challinors & Shaw, of Leek, Staffs. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as INIajor, 2nd North Midland Brigade, Royal Field 
Artillery, Temp. Lieut. -Colonel to command 46th Divisional Ammuni- 
tion Column Feb. 1916. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
D.S.O. Served in France Feb. 1915 to Oct. 1916. Discharged medically 
unfit Dec. 1917. 

ARTHUR BRACEBRIDGE CHALLIS. 

Admitted June 1897. Member of Hay ward, Smith & Challis, of Rochester. 
Joined 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Heavy Battery Home Counties (Kent) Royal 
Garrison Artiller}^ subsequently promoted Major. Killed inaction Sept. 21, 
1918. 

WILLIAiM GUY FAWCETT CHALLIS. 

Articled to J. F. Guillaume, of Bournemouth and London. Joined the 
1st Sportsman's Batt. as Private in Oct. 1914. Received his commission 
as 2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. Hampshire Regt. May 1915, promoted Lieut. July 
1916. Served at Home and in Flanders. Killed in action Plocgsteert July 13, 
1916. 

NORMAN GRANT CHALMERS-HUNT. 

Admitted Aug. 1905, practising at Ware. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, 
Herts National Reserve. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps 
(M.T.) June 28, 1915, promoted Lieut. Feb. 1916, Capt. Oct. 1918. Served 
in France Aug., Sept., and Oct. 1915, and Aug. 1917 to Sept. 1918. 

FRANCIS WALTER CHAMBERLAIN. 

Admitted Dec. 1913. Member of Chamberlain & Co., of 1 Stone Buildings, 
Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Joined Oct. 1, 1914, as Trooper, Public Schools Mounted 
Corps. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery May 29, 1915, promoted 
Lieut. July 1916. Served in France. Wounded July 12, 1917, and April 18, 
1918. 

HENRY SEYMOUR CHAMBERLAIN. 

Admitted June 1906, practising at Bognor. Joined Nov. 9, 1914, as Lieut., 
Royal Army Service Corps, promoted Capt. Aug. 1915, Major Feb. 1917. 
Served in Dublin Nov. 1914 to Feb. 1915, France Feb. 1915 to Sept. 1917, 
Egypt Nov. 1917 to Jan. 1919. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 95 

NEVILLE GRAHAME CHAMBERLAIN. 

Articled to T. M. Pritchard, of Painters' Hall, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, 
as Trooper, Inns of Court O.T.C. Commissioned Oct. 10, 1914, in London 
Brigade Royal Garrison Artillery (T.F.), promoted Lieut. Nov. 1915, A/Capt. 
Nov. 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France and Belgium 
March 1915 to Oct. 1918. 

EDWARD PERCY CHAMBERS. 

Admitted Feb. 1893. Member of Chambers & Chambers, of Brighouse, 
Yorks. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Major, 1/4 Batt. Duke of Wellington's (V»^est 
Riding) Regt., promoted Lieut. -Col. May 1915, transferred to Reserve 
June 11, 1918, with rank of Major. Awarded Chevalier du Merite Agricole. 
Served in France and Belgium April 1915 to March 1918. 

KENNETH WILLIAM GLENDOWER MATHER CHAMBERS. 

Admitted Nov. 1911. Member of Chambers & Chambers, of Denton, 
Gorton, and Ashton-under-Lyne. Joined Sept. 27, 1917, as Private, Inns of 
Court O.T.C. Commissioned May 13, 1918, as 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service 
Corps (M.T.). Served in France, Italy, Greece, Macedonia, Serbia, Bulgaria, 
and Hungary, with British, French, and Serbian Armies. 

LESLIE BERT CHAMBERS. 

Articled to Edmund Huntsman, of Nottingham. Gazetted July 10, 1915, 
2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. York and Lancaster Regt., promoted Lieut. Feb. 1917, 
A/Capt. June 1917, transferred as Observer to Royal Flying Corps, Aug. 1917. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. and Bar. Served at Home 
until June 1916, and in France and Belgium until April 1918. Wounded 
Feb. 1917 at Hooge, air crash in France April 1918. 

PHILIP HENRY CHAMPERNOWNE. 

Admitted Oct. 1886. Member of Wigan, Champernowne & Prescott, of 
Norfolk House, Victoria Embankment, W.C. Served as Major, 4th Batt. 
Royal Berkshire Regt. 

ALBERT EDWARD GURNEY CHAMPION. 

Admitted May 1896. Member of Lefroy & Champion, of Bournemouth. 
Joined Sept. 2, 1914, as Lieut., Royal Field Artillery, promoted A/Capt. March 
1917, Substantive Capt. Nov. 1917. Served nearly 3 years in France, 
remainder of service in England. Accidentally wounded March 1917. 

BERNARD CHAMPNESS. 

Admitted May 1913. Member of W. H. Champness & Co., of 14 Serjeant's 
Inn, E.C. Joined Nov. 10, 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London 
Regt. (Artists Rifles). Nominated for commission Sept. 6, 1915, but 
subsequently transferred to 15th Batt. London Regt. (Kensingtons) for 
immediate service 1916. Went to France June 1916 as Private, and killed 
before admission to Officer Cadet unit. Killed in action near Neuville St. 
Vaast July 27, 1916. Buried at Ecoi\Tes Cemetery, near Mont St. Eloi. 

JOHN DALRYMPLE CHAMPNEYS. 

Articled to R. M. Welsford, of 22 Aldermanbury, E.C. Joined 1914, as 
Lieut., 6th Batt. Leicestershire Regt. Mortally wounded at Berles-aux-Bois, 



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France, and captured by Germans Nov. 22, 1915. Died of wounds Nov. 23, 1915. 
Buried at Monchy. 

FRANK MERYON CHANCE. 

Articled to Robert Coward, of 30 Mincing Lane, E.C. Joined Aug. 6, 1914, 
as Private, 21st Batt. County of London Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 2-lth 
Batt. of London Regiment (The Queen's) Dec. 15, 1914. Served in France 
March to May 1915. Killed in action at Givenchy May 25, 1915. 

EDGAR CHARLES CHANCELLOR. 

Articled to Sir George H. Radford, of 27 Chancery Lane, W.C. Joined 
Dec. 20, 1915, as Private, 5th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
(Special Reserve) 6th Batt. Rifle Brigade Dec. 19, 1916, promoted Lieut. June 
1918. Served in France. Wounded Nov. 30, 1917, near Bellenglise (Somme). 

OSBORN ROBERT MOSELEY CHANNER. 

Admitted Nov. 1903. Member of Channer & Channer, of Taunton. 
Served as Major, West Somerset Yeomanry. 

ALBERT LACY CHAPMAN. 

Admitted June 1913. At time of joining Managing Clerk M'ith Messrs. 
Winterbotham, Gurney & Co., Solicitors, Cheltenham, noAv Managing Clerk 
with Messrs. R. & C. B. Masefield, Ledbury. Joined June 18, 1917, as Private, 
3rd Batt. Gloucestershire Regt., transferred to the Labour Corps March 1918 
and shortly after promoted A/Sergeant. Served at Salonica. 

ALFRED JOHN CHAPMAN 

Articled to B. C. Newbold, of Burton-on-Trent. Joined Sept. 1914, as 
Private, 21st Batt. Royal Fusiliers (Universities and Public Schools). Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Royal Flying Corps 41st Squadron Sept. 5, 1916. Served in France 
as a Private Nov. 1915 to May 1916 and as Royal Flying Corps Scout Pilot 
June to Sept. 1917. Killed in aerial fight over the enemy's lines near 
Cambrai Sept. 18, 1917. 

CYRIL EDWARD WORSLEY CHAPMAN.. 

Articled to Henry Fielding, of Canterbury. Served as 2nd Lieut., Royal 
Field Artillery, and afterwards promoted Lieut. 

HENRY ROBINSON CHAPMAN. 

Admitted May 1909. Member of Chapman & Wilkinson, of Leyburn, 
Yorks. Joined Sept. 1, 1914, as Private, Universities and Public Schools Batt. 
Commissioned Lieut. 5th Batt. Yorkshire Regt. Sept, 29, 1914, promoted Capt. 
May 1915. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in Belgium, France, and 
Home. 

HORACE CHAPMAN. 

Admitted Oct. 1912, practised under st^^le of Dawson & Chapman, at 
Leeds. Joined Aug, 17, 1916, as 2nd Air Mechanic, 40th Squadron Royal 
Flying Corps. Went to France Dec. 31, 1916. Died in Souvenir Hospital, 
St. Omer, France, April 22, 1917. 

JAMES TAYLOR CHAPMAN. 

Articled to James Chapman, of Manchester. Served as Private, 28th 
Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). 



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LAWRENCE VAUGHAN CHAPINIAN. 

Articled to H. F. Cracknell, of 3 Lancaster Place, Strand, W.C. Joined 
Reserve of Officers after serving in London University O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 6th Batt. The Rifle Brigade Aug. 5, 1914, transferred to 2nd Batt. and 
left for the front May 1915, promoted Lieut. June 1915. Served in France 
and Belgium. Killed at Battle of Loos Sept. 25, 1915. 

JAMES CHAPMAN-WALKER. 

Admitted Dec. 1900. Member of Chapman-Walker & Shephard, of 25 
Dover Street, W. Served as Capt., A/Major, Royal Army Service Corps. 

AUBREY TORRINGTON CHAPPLE. 

Admitted Jan. 1908. Member of Chappie & Son, of 79 Gresham Street, 
E.G. Joined Sept. 1916, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). Served 
at Home. Died of spotted fever in Fulham Military Hospital May 3, 1917. 

HENRY TORRINGTON CHAPPLE. 

Admitted Nov. 1906, practising at 2a Guildhall Chambers, Basinghall 
Street, E.C. Joined April 16, 1917, as Driver, Royal Army Service Corps (H.T.). 
Served in England 6 months, France remainder of time. 

REGINALD PENDRILL ST. JOHN CHARLES. 

Admitted Dec. 1901. Member of H. P. Charles & Son, of Neath, Glam. 
Joined Jan. 22, 1917, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Royal Garrison Artillery (31st Siege Battery) Jan. 6, 1918. Served in France. 

CHARLES PERCY CHARLESWORTH. 

Admitted Dec. 1889. Member of Charlesworth & Wood, of Skipton. 
Served as Capt., 6th Batt. Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regt. 

JOHN CHARLESWORTH. 

Articled to W. W. Gibson, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Joined Oct. 5, 1914, 
as Private, 53rd Field Ambulance Royal Army Medical Corps. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. Manchester Regt. April 24, 1915, promoted Lieut. June 
1916. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in Gallipoli Aug. to Dec. 1915, 
France July 1916 to Oct. 1917, Italy Oct. 1917 to Sept. 1918, France Sept. to 
Oct. 1818. Wounded near Beaurevoir Oct. 8, 1918. 

WILLIAM CHARLESWORTH. 

Articled to P. B. Mather, of Chesterfield. Joined Nov. 13, 1915, as Private, 
Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters). Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same 
Regt. Jan. 29, 1916, promoted Lieut. July 1917, Staff-Lieut. General List 
1919. Served at Home, France, Belgium, Germany. Wounded at Somme 
Sept. 29, 1916, and at Passchendaele Sept. 26, 1917. 

CHRISTOPHER COLIN CHARLTON. 

Admitted April 1910. Managing Clerk with William Bell & Sons, of 
Sunderland. Joined March 1, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Field Artillery, 
subsequently promoted Capt. Awarded the French Croix de Guerre. Served 
in France Jan. 1916 to Dec. 1918. 

ARTHUR ED:\IUND WEBSTER CHARSLEY. 

Admitted Dec. 1887, practising at Beaconsfield, Bucks. Mobilised Aug. 
1914, as Capt., 1st Batt. Bucks Rifle Volunteers. Re-gazetted Bucks Batt. 



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Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry (No. 1 Supply Coy.), Dec. 1, 1914, trans- 
ferred No. 11 Coy. Royal Defence Corps June 1916. Discharged April 30, 1917. 
Served at Home. 

ERIC HAROLD CHATER. 

Articled to Trevor Pollard, of Brighton. Served as 2nd Lieut., Oxford 
and Bucks Light Infantry. 

FRANK KENTISH CHATER. 

Admitted Jan. 1886, practising at Lincoln's Inn Chambers, 40 Chancery 
Lane, W.C. Rejoined from Militia July 22, 1915, as Capt., The Welch Regt., 
served on Staff of Western Command School of Instruction for Infantry 
Officers, Kimnel Park, N. Wales, and Knowsley, Dec. 1915 to Jan. 1917, 
served on Staff of No. 1 School of Instruction for Infantry Officers, Brocton, 
Stafford, June 1917 to June 1918, 3rd Batt. The Welch Regt., Redcar, Yorks.^ 
July 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

EDWARD ALFRED CHATHAM. 

Articled to Edward Chatham, of Manchester. Joined O.T.C. at outbreak 
of war. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Shropshire Light Infantry July 13, 1915, trans- 
ferred to 13th Batt. West Yorkshire Regt. Dec. 1915. Served at Home. 

FREDERICK CHARLES CHATT. 

Admitted Jan. 1906, practising at Newcastle-on-Tyne. Joined Aug. 1914, 
as Private, Infantry. Subsequently commissioned and attained the rank of 
Capt. 

JAMES CHATTERTON. 

Articled to Henry Tweed, of Horncastle, Lines. Joined Sept. 10, 1914^ 
as Private, 7th Batt. London Regt. (T.F.). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 7th Batt. 
London Regt. May 5, 1915, promoted Lieut. June 1916 and Temp. Capt. 
Oct. 1916, relinquished Temp, rank of Capt. March 1917 and gazetted 
A/Capt. Oct. 1917, transferred to the Royal Flying Corps. Nov. 1917, being 
gazetted Flying Officer April 1918. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home and 
France. Total service in France 32 months. Wounded Dec. 21, 1915. 

RICHARD CHATTERTON. 

Articled to Henry Tweed, of Horncastle, Lines. Joined Nov. 22, 1915, as 
Private, 28th County of London Regt. (T.F.) (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery Aug. 28, 1916, and posted to 192nd Heavy 
Battery Sept. 1916, promoted Lieut. Feb. 1918. Twice mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. and French Croix de Guerre (en Vermeuil). 
Served 2 years with the British Salonica Forces in Greece, Serbia, and 
Bulgaria. 

PHILIP ROBERT CHAUNDLER. 

Articled to Henry Chaundler, of Biggleswade. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
5th (Service) Batt. Bedfordshire Regt. (T.) and Machine Gun Corps., attained 
the rank of Lieut. INIentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 

ALEXANDER ROBERT CHEALE. 

Admitted Nov. 1908. Member of Cheale & Son, of Tunbridge Wells. 
Mobihsed Aug. 1914, as Capt., 1/4 Batt. The Queen's Own Royal West Kent 



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Regt., Adjutant Oct. 1914 to March 1916, promoted Major June 1916. Served 
at Home Aug. to Oct. 1914, India Oct. 1914 to Feb. 1919. 

THOMAS JOHN CHELLEW. 

Admitted May 1892, practising at St. Ives, Cornwall. Mobilised Aug. 3, 
1914, as Major, Cornwall Royal Garrison Artillery (T.), promoted Lieut. -Col. 
Aug. 1914 on appointment to command of Brigade. Twice mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded O.B.E. (Military). Served at Home. 

GEORGE JOSEPH CHESHIRE. 

Admitted Aug. 1913. Managing Clerk with Wm. Sutton, of Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne. Joined Nov. 12, 1915, as Private, 3rd Batt. Northumberland 
Fusiliers, subsequently promoted Lance-Corporal. Served at Home. 

PHILIP GEORGE CHESTERMAN. 

Admitted June 1907. Member of W. T. Chesterman & Sons, of Bath. 
Joined July 20, 1915, as Orderly, Friends' Ambulance Unit, connected with 
British Red Cross Society. Served in France. 

WILLIAM PAUL CHESTERMAN. 

Admitted Dec. 1902. Member of W. T. Chesterman & Sons, of Bath. 
Joined April 1917, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company. Discharged Aug. 1918. 
Served in France and Italy. Wounded near Ypres Oct. 1917. 

HENRY ARTHUR CHETHAM. 

Admitted Aug. 1905. Member of Harris, Chetham & Cohen, of 25 Fins- 
bury Square, E.C. Joined May 1916, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Garrison Artillery, 
promoted Lieut. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France 2| years. 

ARTHUR EDWARD CHEVALIER. 

Admitted Sept. 1887. Member of Duncan Oakshott, Baxter & Chevalier, 
of Liverpool. Joined July 1, 1915, appointed to command of 26th Super- 
numerary Company, King's Liverpool Regt., Substantive Capt. throughout, 
transferred in Aug. 1916 to the Territorial Force Reserve (General List) and 
appointed a Staff Adjutant at Knockaloe Alien Prisoners of War Camp, Isle 
of Man. Home service. 

GILBERT HELE CHILCOTT. 

Admitted Dec. 1878, practising at Truro. Joined Sept. 1914, as Major, 4th 
(Reserve) Batt. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. Discharged July 1916. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded C.M.G. No fighting service. Served 
in India and at Home. 

DAVID LESLIE CHILD. 

Admitted Feb. 1913. Of 17 Paternoster Row, E.C. Jomed Feb. 5, 1915, 
as 2nd Lieut., 2nd City of London Batt. Royal Fusiliers, promoted Lieut, early 
in 1916. Served at Malta, Egypt, Dardanelles, and France. Killed inaction 
at Ginchy, France, Sept. 11, 1916, in command of Machine Guns. 

CLAUDE ALAN CHILTON. 

Admitted Nov. 1899. Member of Chilton & Sons, of Bristol. Joined 
March 11, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Engineers, promoted Temp. Lieut. March 
1916, Substantive June 1916, Temp. Capt. July 1916, Temp. Major Sept. 1919, 



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Deputy Assistant Director Engineers Stores Nov. 1919. Served at Home 
(East Coast Defences) 1916, and in France Jan. 1917 to Feb. 1918. 

WILLIAM ARTHUR CHISLETT. 

Articled to W. J. Board, Town Clerk, Nottingham. Joined March 5, 1915, 
as 2nd Lieut., Royal Horse and Royal Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. Oct. 
1916. Served Home, France, and Flanders. Invalided home with broken 
shoulder in August 1916 and again invalided home with pneumonia in March 
1917. 
ERNEST EDWARD CHITTY. 

Admitted Dec. 1901. Member of Chitty & Scorer, of Dover. Joined 
Nov. 1916, as Private, East Kent Regt. (The Buffs). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
5th Batt. Royal FusiUers March 28, 1917, transferred to 7th Batt. May 1917, 
promoted Lieut. Sept. 1918. Served in France and Belgium. 

HUGH VALENTINE CHOLMELEY. 

Articled to J. W. C. Frere, of 28 Lincoln's Inn Fields, and afterwards 
Managing Clerk with Frere, Cholmeley & Co. Joined July 1915, as Private, 
Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Grenadier Guards (Special Reserve) 
Sept. 15, 1915. Served in France 1915 to 1916. Killed in action in the 
Ypres SaHent April 1916 while attached to Machine GunlCorps. 

ARTHUR REGINALD CHORLEY. 

Admitted April 1894. Member of Barr, Nelson & Co., of Leeds. Enlisted 
Sept. 3, 1914, as Private, 4th Batt. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, 
and attained the rank of Sergeant. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same Battalion 
Oct. 1915, promoted Lieut. 1916, A/Capt. in July 1917, Assistant Staff-Capt. 
to 148th Infantry Brigade from Dec. 1916 to March 1918, appointed Staff- 
Capt. March 1918. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France and 
Belgium. Died of wounds at Boulogne-sur-Mer, France, April 29, 1918. 

FRANCIS EDWARD CHORLEY. 

Articled to R. F. Chorley, of Kendal. Joined June 6, 1918, as Private, 
53rd Batt. Cheshire Regt. Served at Home, France, and Germany. 

HERBERT CHORLEY. 

Admitted Dec. 1904, practising at St. Helens, Lancashire. Joined Aug. 4, 
1914, as Sapper, Royal Engineers, promoted Corporal Sept. 1914. Gazetted 
Temp. 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.) March 23, 1917, Temp. 
Lieut. Sept. 1918. Served in England 1914 to 1915, France and Belgium 
1916 to 1918, Germany 1919. 

RICHARD CLEASBY CHORLEY. 

Articled to R. F. Chorley, of Kendal. Served as Trooper, Cumberland 
and Westmorland Yeomanry. 

JOHN STANLEY CHOWN. 

Admitted April 1909. Member of Hewitt, Woollacott & Chown, of 158 
Leadenhall Street, E.C. Joined May 15, 1916, as Rifleman, 5th City of London 
Batt. London Regt. (London Rifle Brigade), promoted Lance-Corporal July 
1916. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. March 1, 1917, promoted Lieut. Sept. 1918. Awarded 



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the M.C. Served at Home and in France April 1917 to March 1918. Taken 
prisoner near St. Quentin, March 21, 1918. 

CECIL TILSON CHOWNE. 

Admitted Jan. 1900, practising at Bath. Served as Lieut., West Somerset 
Yeomanry. 

ALBERT CHRISTIAN. 

Articled to Botterell & Roche, of 24 St. Mary Axe, E.C. Served as 
Private, Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry. 

HERBERT JAMES CHRISTIE. 

Admitted June 1905, practising at 109 Cheapside, E.C, and Osterley 
Park. Served as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles), 
and afterwards gazetted 2nd Lieut. Middlesex Regt. 

EDWARD GEOFFREY CHUBB. 

Admitted April 1895, practised at 41 Moorgate Street, E.C. Joined 
Dec. 1914 as Capt., Middlesex Regt., transferred to West Surrey Regt. April 

1915. Served in France. Killed injaction July 12, 1915. 

ERNEST FRANK CHURCHILL. 

Admitted Feb. 1909. Managing Clerk with Hewett & Churchill, of 
Reading. Joined Dec. 14, 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Royal Engineers March 1, 1915, promoted Lieut. Aug. 1915, Capt. 
May 1918, A /Major, Nov. 1918. Twice mentioned in Dispatches Awarded 
the M.C. Served in France and Germany 1915 to 1919. 

JOHN ABELL VYVYAN CHURCHILL. 

Admitted March 1906. Practising as Noon, Clarke & Churchill, of 31 Great 
St. Helens, E.C. Served as Petty Officer, Royal Naval Air Service. Afterwards 
obtained commission in the Tank Corps and promoted Lieut. Mentioned 
in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 

ALLAN ROBERT CHURCHMAN. 

Articled to E. C. Rawlings, of 2 Walbrook, E.C. Served as Petty Officer, 
Motor Cyclist Scouts, Royal Naval Air Service, and afterwards as Capt. Royal 
Air Force. Awarded the D.F.C. 

WILLIAM ARTHUR VERE CHURTON. 

Admitted Nov. 1901. Member of W. H. Churton & Son, of Chester. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914 as Capt., 1/5 Batt. Cheshire Regt., promoted Major, June 

1916, Temp. Lieut-Col., Feb. 1918. Three times mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded the D.S.O. and T.D. Served in France and Belgium Feb. 1915 
to Armistice. 

WILLIAM LOUIS CLABBURN. 

Admitted Nov. 1902. Member of Clabburns, of Norwich. Joined 
Oct. 21, 1914, as Lieut., 4th Batt. Norfolk Regt. (T.F.), promoted Capt. Nov. 
1914. Served at Home. 

BARNARD AUBREY CLAPHAM. 

Admitted Oct. 1904. Member of Rooker, Matthews & Co., of Plymouth. 
Joined Oct. 1914 Public School Corps. Subsequently commissioned and 



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promoted to Lieut., 4tli Batt. Essex Regt. Served in Egypt and Palestine. 
Died of wounds at Gaza, Palestine, March 27, 1917. 

HENRY SHEFFIELD CLAPHAM. 

Admitted May 1897, practising at 2 Broad Street Place, E.C. Joined 
Sept. 2, 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company, promoted Sergeant Sept. 

1915, Company Quartermaster-Sergeant Jan. 1916. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Royal Army Ordnance Corps. Oct. 30, 1916, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1917, 
Served at Home Sept. to Dec. 1914, and in France and Flanders Dec. 1914 
to April 1919. Slightly wounded Sept. 30, 1915. 

PERCIVAL ALFRED CLAPHAM. 

Admitted July 1896, practising at 11 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 
Joined Nov. 1916, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists 
Rifles). Served at Home. 

ALBERT DOUGLAS McKILLOP CLARK. 

Articled to W. T. Wilkinson, of Weymouth. Joined Aug. 4, 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., Royal Garrison Artillery (T.), promoted Lieut. Nov. 1914, Capt. Aug. 

1916, Major July 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France 
Dec. 1915 to Dec. 1918. 

ALBERT NETTLETON CLARK. 

Admitted March 1911. Member of Hodding & Clark, of St. Albans. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., Inns of Court O.T.C., transferred to 2/24 Batt. 
London Regt. (The Queen's) April 1916, promoted A /Major Nov. 1917. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in France 1916, Salonica 
1916 to 1917, Egypt and Palestine 1917 to 1918, and France 1918. Wounded 
Sept. 18, 1918. 

CHARLES ERIC CLARK. 

Articled to A. E. Morton, of Nottingham. Served as Private, Royal 
Army Ordnance Corps. 

GEORGE FREDERICK CLARK. 

Admitted Aug. 1895, practising at 35 Bucklersbury, E.C, and 718 Fulham 
Road, Fulham, S.W. Joined Dec. 1916, as Lieut., Worcestershire Regt., 
promoted Capt. April 1917, transferred to Royal Flying Corps March 1918, 
Capt. Royal Air Force S.O. III. Oct. 1918, Major Nov. 1918. Served at Home. 

JOHN EVELYN CLARK. 

Articled to Jonathan Clark, of 1 Devonshire Terrace, W. Mobilised Aug. 
1914, as Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps, promoted Capt. and Adjutant 
48th Div. Train. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Served in Belgium, France 
and Italy. 

LIONEL MELVILLE CLARK. 

Admitted March 1903. Member of Blunt, Clark & Co., 95 Gresham 
Street, E.C. Joined May 31, 1915, as Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps, 
promoted Capt. Dec. 1915, Major April 1917, appointed D.A.D.S., Feb. 1919. 
Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the O.B.E. Served at Home May 
to Sept. 1915, Mudros and GallipoH Sept. 1915 to Jan. 1916, Egypt and 
Palestine Jan. 1916 to June 1919. 



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MALCOLM CLARK. 

Articled to W. A. Thomson, of 3 King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.C. Joined 
Aug. 1914, as Trooper, Inns of Court (Cavalry), afterwards promoted Lance- 
Corporal. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps (H.T.) Nov. 11, 
1914, promoted Lieut. Nov. 1915, Capt. and Adjutant Aug. 1917 to Feb. 
1919. Served at Home and Salonica Jan to July 1916. Suffered from 
malaria and dysentery. 

WALTER DOUGLAS CLARK. 

Admitted May 1915. Member of J. H. Clark, of West Bromwich and 
Smethwick. Joined Nov. 11, 1915, as 2nd Class Air Mechanic, Royal Flying 
Corps, promoted 1st Class Air Mechanic 1916, and Corporal Mechanic 1918. 
Served at Home and in France. 

WALTER TREVELYAN CLARK. 

Admitted July 1916. Member of Clark & Smith, of Malmesbury, Wilts. 
Joined June 21, 1917, as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, promoted Corporal 
Nov. 1917, joined 512th Siege Battery Dec. 1917, 32nd Siege Battery June 1918. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery April 12, 1919. Served in 
France. Wounded at Caestre, Aug. 3, 1918. 

WILFRED JOHN CLARK. 

Admitted Feb. 1908, practising at Rotherham. Joined June 30, 1917, as 
Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). Served at Home and with Egyptian 
Expeditionary Force. 

WILLIAM SCOTT CLARK. 

Admitted Dec. 1907, practising at Carlisle. Joined Sept. 3, 1914, as 
Private, 1/4 Batt. The Border Regt. (T.F.). Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same 
Regt. March 1916, promoted Lieut. Sept. 1917. Served in India 1914 to 
1919. 

ARTHUR CLARK. 

Admitted Feb. 1892. Of 189 HoUoway Road, N. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
Royal Army Service Corps. 

CECIL SOMERS CLARKE. 

Admitted Oct. 1884, practising at Brighton. Mobilised and served as 
Colonel, 6th (Cyclist) Batt. Royal Sussex Regt. Awarded V.D. Served at 
Home and in France. 

CHARLES FREDERICK LORISTON CLARKE. 

Admitted Nov. 1893. Member of Tanner & Clarke, of Bristol and Wotton- 
under-Edge, Glos. Joined May 27, 1918, as Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer 
Reserve. Served at Home at Devonport on the Admiral's Staff (Intelligence 
Department). 

DERRICK ANSELL CLARKE. 

Articled to Joseph Ansell, of Birmingham. Joined Sept. 19, 1914, as 
2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. South Staffordshire Regt., promoted Capt. June 1916, 
Adjutant 1915 to 1919. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
M.B.E. (Military). Served at Home and in France (draft conducting). 



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DONALD CLARKE. 

Articled to A. J. Clarke, of High Wycombe. Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, 
Hon. Artillery Company. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Flying Corps June 
1916. Served in France 1914 to 1916. Killed in action Aug. 26, 1916. 

EDGAR CHARLES GILBERT CLARKE. 

Admitted June 1913, practising at Birmingham. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
6th Batt. Royal Worcestershire Regt., promoted Lieut. 

ERIC CLARKE. 

Admitted Feb. 1901. Member of Murton & Clarke, of Cranbrook and 
Hawkhurst, Kent. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., Royal West Kent Regt., 
(The Buffs), promoted Temp. Major Oct. 1914, Major June 1916. Served in 
India 1914 and 1915, and in Mesopotamia 1915 and 1916. Wounded (severely) 
at Battle of Sheikh Saad, Mesopotamia, on Jan. 7, 1916. Relinquished com- 
mission, on account of ill-health caused by wounds received in action, on 
Dec. 18, 1918. 

ESKRICKE JOSEPH CLARKE. 

Articled to W. H, Clarke, of Leeds. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Lieut., 
7th Batt. West Yorkshire Regt., promoted Capt. Aug. 1914, Major Nov. 1916, 
seconded to command 62nd Divisional Cyclist Company March 1915, attached 
18th Corps Staff (in France) Jan. to April 1918, and A/D.A.Q.M.G. on 
several occasions during this period and also throughout the German offensive 
(March and April 1918), appointed to command of 19th Corps Cyclist Batt. 
in France April 1918. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded French 
Croix de Guerre (with Silver Star). Served at Home 1914 to Jan. 1917, 
France Jan. 1917 to June 1919. 

FRANCIS EAGLE CLARKE. 

Admitted April 1910. Member of Clarke & Son, of Leeds and Filey. 
Joined July 1917, as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery (2/1 North Riding 
Heavy Battery), and attained the rank of Sergeant. Served at Home. 

GEOFFREY PEARD CLARKE. 

Articled to C. P. Clarke, of Taunton. Joined Dec. 4, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
5th Batt. Somerset Light Infantry (T.F.), promoted Temp. Lieut. Sept. 1915, 
relinquished Temp. Lieut. April 1917, promoted Lieut. July 1917, A/Capt. 
Oct. 28, 1917. Awarded the M.C. Served in India March 1916 to April 1917, 
Egypt and Palestine April 1917 to Dec. 1918. Wounded at El-Jib Nov. 23, 
1917. 

HARRY COLIN CLARKE. 

Admitted May 1903, practised at Shrewsbury until 1910, when he went 
to British Columbia. Joined the Army soon after the outbreak of War and 
reached the rank of Capt. in the Royal Army Service Corps. Killed in action 
1916. 

HENRY HAROLD CLARKE. 

Admitted June 1909, practised at Shrewsbur}\ Served as Capt., 3rd Batt. 
Royal Welch Fusiliers. 



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HENRY PALLISTER CLARKE. 

Admitted Dec. 1911. Of 23 College Hill, E.C. Served as Private, 3rd 
City of London Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, afterwards 
gazetted 2nd Lieut. The Queen's Royal West Surrey Regt., and promoted 
Lieut. Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 

JAMES FRANCIS CLARKE. 

Admitted April 1900. Of 29 Trevor Square, Knightsbridge. Served as 
Private, 15th Batt. County of London Regt. (Civil Service Rifles). 

JOHN LAURENCE CLARKE. 

Admitted July 1910, practised at 31 Great St. Helen's, E.C. Served as 
Private, Hon. Artillery Company. 

JOHN TURNER PARKER CLARKE. 

Admitted June 1907, practising at Whitchurch, Hants. Served as Capt., 
Wessex Divisional Train, Royal Army Service Corps (T.). 

JOSEPH SPOTTISWOODE CLARKE. 

Admitted Feb. 1, 1916, practising at Doncaster. Joined Jan. 29, 1917, 
as Private, West Yorkshire Regt., promoted Lance-Corporal Oct. 1917, Corporal 
March 1918. Served at Home (No. 2 Infantry Records, Y^'ork). 

NOEL OLIVER CLARKE. 

Admitted Feb. 1911. Member of J. B. Clarke & Co., of Birmingham. 
Joined Aug. 15, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 3rd Batt. North Staffordshire Regt., pro- 
moted Lieut. March 1915, Capt. Dec. 1915. Served at Home Sept. 1914 to 
March 1915, March 1916 to Jan. 1919, France March 1915 to March 1916. 
Wounded at St. Jean, Ypres, June 22, 1915, and at Hooge, Ypres, Feb. 27, 
1916. 

REGINALD JAEGER CLARKE. 

Admitted May 1892, practising at Liverpool. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, 
as Major, 9th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt., given the command of a company 
in the 21st (Labour) Batt. Cheshire Regt. Aug. 1916, promoted A/Lieut. -Col. 
in command of 21st Batt. Cheshire Regt. Dec. 1916, and subsequently em- 
ployed as Assistant Labour Commandant in the organisation and command 
of Labour Bureaux and as Courts-Martial Officer of No. 1 Area, transferred as 
Courts-Martial Officer to No. 1 District Oct. 1919. Awarded Volunteer Long 
Service Medal and T.D. 

WILLIAJM SEFTON CLARKE. 

Admitted Nov. 1894, practising at Bristol. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 
Capt., 4th Batt., Gloucestershire Regt., and subsequently promoted to Major. 
Served in France March 1915 to Feb. 1916. 

ALFRED BAIRSTOW CLARKSON. 

Admitted Dec. 1907. Member of Spencer, Clarkson & Co., of Keighley. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 6th Duke of Wellington's Regt., promoted Major 
June 1916, A/Lieut. -Col. Nov. 1918, reverted to Major Dec. 1918. Twice 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. and D.S.O. Served in France 
April 1915 to Feb. 1919. Wounded (very slightly) July 1915. 



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CHARLES CLARKSON. 

Admitted Nov. 1904. Member of James Clarkson & Son, of Halifax. 
Served in France as Capt., 2/4 Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regt. Died 
Feb. 11, 1917, of wounds received in action. 

WILFRID BAIRSTOW CLARKSON. 

Articled to J. N. Clarkson, of Keighley. Enlisted Sept. 15, 1914, in 
21st Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery 
Oct. 5, 1914, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1916, A/Capt. Jan. 1917, A/Major Nov. 
1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. Served in 
France. 

FREDERIC HARDEN CLAY. 

Admitted April 1908, practised at Bristol. Served as 2nd Lieut., Somerset 
Yeomanry. 

EDWIN CLAYTON. 

Admitted May 1910. Member of H. B. Clayton & Son, of Nottingham. 
Served as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, afterwards gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
3rd Batt. Suffolk Regt. 

FRANK CLAYTON. 

Admitted June 1907. Member of H. B. Clayton & Son, of Nottingham. 
Enlisted 1915 and served in Officers' Cadet Batt. at Cambridge until Oct. 1916. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters) Oct. 1916, 
promoted Lieut. April 1917. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Served at 
Home and France. 

GEOFFREY SHAW CLAYTON. 

Admitted Nov. 1903. Member of Bramwell, Clayton & Clayton, of 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. Enlisted Oct. 31, 1914, as Private, 18th (Service) Batt. 
King's Liverpool Regt. Commissioned as 2nd Lieut. Nov. 23, 1914, promoted 
Capt. Feb. 1915, Major March 1915, Lieut.-Colonel Feb. 1918. Once mentioned 
in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. Served in France. Nov. 1915 to Dec. 
1918. 

HAROLD VERNEY CLAYTON. 

Articled to H. J. Berry, of Manchester. Joined Dec. 6, 1914. Gazetted 
Lieut. Manchester Regt. Dec. 1916, promoted Capt. Oct. 1917. Awarded 
the M.C. Served in GaUipoli and France. Wounded Aug. 26, 1916. 

LANCELOT JAMES CLAYTON. 

Admitted Jan. 1905. Managing Clerk with Clayton, Sons & Fargus, 
10 Lancaster Place, Strand, W.C. Joined Aug. 29, 1914, as Private, 15th 
Batt. London Regt. (Civil Service Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 1/5 Gloucester- 
shire Regt. March 17, 1915, promoted Lieut. June 1916. Served in France 
July 1915 to March 1916 and June and July 1916. Wounded near Ovillers, 
France, July 23, 1916. 

GUY VERNON HEUKENSFELDT CLAYTON-SMITH. 

Articled to W. E. Clayton-Smith, of Pontefract. Joined Feb. 1, 1917, as 
Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. King's Own 
Yorkshire Light Infantry Nov. 28, 1917. Served at Home. 



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STANLEY WILLIAM CLEAVE. 

Articled to C. T. K. Roberts, of Exeter. Joined Feb. 22, 1915, as Rifle- 
man, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 2/17 Batt. London Regt. Jan. 26, 1916, promoted Lieut. July 1917. 
Served in France May to Sept. 1915 and June to Oct. 1916, Salonica Dec. 1916 to 
May 1917, Egypt and Palestine May 1917 to Feb. 1919. Wounded May 1, 1918. 

CHARLES MITCHELL CLEGG. 

Admitted Aug. 1913. Member of Dibb & Clegg, of Barnsley. Joined 
Oct. 19, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. York and Lancaster Regt. (T.F.), trans- 
ferred to Royal Army Service Corps June 1916, promoted Temp. Lieut. Dec. 
1917, appointed A/Capt. May 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served 
at Home Oct. 1914 to Aug. 1916, France Aug. 1916 to Feb. 1919. 

FRANK CECIL CLEGG. 

Articled to R. H. Greenwood, of Kendal. Joined the Army on the out- 
break of war, being given a commission in the 6th Batt. Border Regt., 
promoted Capt. July 1915 and left for the Dardanelles directly after. Killed 
in action Aug. 22, 1915. 

JOHN CLEGG. 

Admitted Dec. 1905. Managing Clerk with Jackson & Co., of Rochdale. 
Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Sergeant, 6th Batt. Manchester Regt. Served in 
Egypt and Gallipoli Peninsula. Killed in action at Gallipoli June 4, 1915. 

JOSEPH CLEGG. 

Admitted May 1905. Member of Clegg & Baines, of Leeds. Joined 
Dec. 1914 as Lieut., 6th Batt. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, pro- 
moted Capt. Aug. 10, 1916, appointed Brigade Intelligence Officer Aug. 23, 
1916. Served in France. Killed in action Sept. 16, 1916. 

WILLIAM JOHN CLEGG. 

Articled to L. J. Clegg, of Sheffield. Joined Nov. 12, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 
1/1 Queen's Own Yorkshire Dragoons, and subsequently promoted Lieut. 
Awarded the M.C. Served in France, Belgium, Germany Sept. 1916 to May 
1919. 

OSWALD CLEMENT. 

Admitted Oct. 1904. Managing Clerk with Parker Garrett & Co., St. 
Michael's Rectory, Cornhill, E.C. Joined Feb. 18, 1918, as A.C. II. Royal Naval 
Air Service, afterwards Royal Air Force. Served at Home. 

AYLMER GUSTAVUS CLERK. 

Admitted July 1911. Managing Clerk with Murray, Hutchins & Co., 
11 Birchin Lane, E.C. Mobilised, as Capt., 1st Batt. Hertfordshire Regt. (T.F.), 
promoted Major June 1916. Three times mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
D.S.O. and M.C. Served in France and Belgium. Four times wounded. 

JOHN PENRHYN CLEWS. 

Admitted Nov. 1911. Member of Isle & Clews, of York. Joined May 29, 
1916, as Private, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, transferred to Royal Flying 
Corps June 1916, promoted Sergeant Jan. 1917. Granted commission ni 
Royal Air Force Nov. 1918. Served in England and France. 



108 RECORD OF SERVICE 

FRANCIS ERNEST CLIFFORD. 

Admitted April 1904, practising at 36 Great James Street, Bedford Row. 
Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as 2nd Corporal, London Mounted Brigade Royal 
Army Service Corps (T.F.), transferred to 2nd London Mounted Brigade Royal 
Army Service Corps with rank of Corporal April 1915, promoted Sergeant 
Sept. 1915, Staff-Sergeant March 1916. Commissioned 2nd Lieut. Aug. 26, 

1917, posted to 49th Divisional Train, Royal Army Service Corps, Sept. 1917. 
Served on East Coast Sept. 1914 to Jime 1917, Belgium and France 
Sept. 1917 to Jan. 1919. Wounded April 12, 1918. 

HORACE MONTAGUE CLIFFORD. 

Admitted May 1904. Member of Cliffords, of Derby and Loughborough. 
Joined Oct. 1, 1914, as Capt., 5th Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood 
Foresters) (T.F.), Adjutant 5th (Reserve) Sherwood Foresters March 1915 to 
May 1917, A/^Iajor March to April 1918. Served in France Sept. 1917 to 
April 1918. Wounded at Kemmel, April 14, 1918. 

SIDNEY WILLIAM CLIFT. 

Admitted April 1912. Member of Rollason, Clift & Co., of Birmingham. 
Served as Capt., Royal Garrison Artillery. 

PERCY JAMES CLIFTON. 

Admitted Dec. 1910. Member of William A. Crump & Son, of 17 Leaden- 
hall Street, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., Royal Field Artillery (T.), 
promoted Major Dec. 1914. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
D.S.O. Served in France. Killed in action Aug. 26, 1918. 

WaLFRID CLOTHIER. 

Admitted Nov. 1909, practised at Liverpool. Served as Private, Hon. 
Artillery Company. 

IVIAURICE ISACKfi CLUTTERBUCK. 

Admitted Nov. 1912. Member of Lane, Clutterbuck & Co., of Birming- 
ham. Joined Aug. 11, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 3rd South Midland Brigade Royal 
Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. Nov. 1914, and afterwards Capt., Staff-Capt. 
Dec. 1916, Major July 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in 
France March 1915 to Nov. 1918. 

STEPHEN JAMES COALES. 

Admitted Feb. 1903, practised at Wellingborough. Joined Sept. 29, 
1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Sussex Regt., subsequently transferred to Royal 
West Kent Regt. Served in France. Died of wounds Sept. 18, 1916, Battle 
of the Somme. 

GEORGE THOMAS COATES. 

Admitted April 1907. Member of Maynard & Coates, of Preston. Served 
as 2nd Lieut., 16th Battery Royal Field Artillery. 

WILLIAM HUTCHINSON COATES. 

Admitted Jan. 1912, practising at Grimsby, Lincolnshire. Joined Aug. 

1918, as Paymaster Sub-Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Served on 
Staff of Commiandcr-in-Chief, Queenstown, Ireland. 



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KENNETH RHODES COBB. 

Admitted Jan. 1901. Member of J. H. & K. R. Cobb, of 7 New Court, 
Lincoln's Inn, W.C. At outbreak of war joined the O.T.C, and later received 
a commission in the 15 .h Batt. King's Royal Rifle Corps, promoted Capt. 
early in 1915 and attached to the 1st Batt. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Killed 
in action at the Dardanelles July 1, 1915. 

RICHARD COBBETT. 

Admitted Nov. 1902. Member of Cobbett, Wheeler & Cobbett, of Man- 
chester. Joined Nov. 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Cheshire Yeomanry, Capt. A. P.M. 
No. 6 Cheshire Area, Western Command, March 1917 to Aug. 1918. Served 
at Home. 

FRANCIS ALFRED WORSHIP COBBOLD.. 

Admitted Feb. 1908. Member of Cobbold, Sons & Menneer, of Ipswich. 
Mobihsed Aug. 1914, as Capt., Essex and Suffolk Royal Garrison Artillery, 
promoted Major in 1916. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
D.S.O. Served on Coast Defences, Harwich and Felixstowe, 1914 and 1915, 
France and Belgium 1916 and 1917. Wounded at Ypres July 4, 1917. 
CHARLES COBURN. 

Admitted Oct. 1909. Employed with Royal Pension Fund for Nurses, 
Buckingham Street, Strand, W.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle 
Corps Oct. 30, 1916. Reported missing July 31, 1917, at Hollebecke, sub- 
sequently officially presumed to have been killed in action on that date. 

FRANCIS COBURN. 

Admitted April 1900. Formerly member of Coburn & Co., 11 St. Helen's 
Place, E.C., now retired from the firm. Enlisted Dec. 1914, as Private, 
Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. King's Royal Rifle Corps May 15, 
1915, promoted Lieut. Feb. 1916, Capt. General List Oct. 1918, Major (as 
D. A.Q.M.G.) May 1919. Served at Home, in India, and on North-West Frontier. 

DONALD HENRY COCHRANE. 

Articled to David Cochrane, of Birmingham. Joined Nov. 17, 1914, as 
Private, Royal Army Medical Corps (T.F.). Served in France. 

JOHN GEDDES HUNTER COCKBURN. 

Admitted Aug. 1903. Member of Cockburn, Gostling & Cockburn, of 
Brighton. Mobihsed Aug. 4, 1914, as Capt., 6th (Cyclist) Batt. Royal Sussex 
Regt. (T.). Served in India and Waziristan and North- West Fronteir. 

REGINALD STAPYLTON COCKBURN. 

Articled to R. C. Nesbitt, of 7 Devonshire Square, Bishopsgate, E.C. 
Joined Aug. 5, 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
King's Royal Rifle Corps Sept. 12, 1914, promoted Lieut. Nov. 1914, Capt. 
Dec. 1915," Major Jan. 1917, Major A.D.C. to S.O.C. 63rd (R.N.) Division 
Aug. 1918. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to July 1915, 
and in France July 1915 to Jan. 1919. 

CHARLES A\THALLEY COCKRILL. 

Admitted July 1910. Assistant Prosecuting Solicitor to the Corporation 
of Bradford. Joined July 1916 as 2nd Lieut., West Riding Brigade Royal 



110 RECORD OF SERVICE 

Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. Aug. 1917. Served in France. Killed in 
action at Ronssoy, Feb. 2, 1918, and buried at Villas Faucan. 

WALTER RACKWOOD COCKS. 

Admitted May 1903. Member of Cocks & Tucker, of Exeter. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Devon (Fortress) Royal Engineers, promoted Temp. 
Lieut. Jan. 1915, Substantive June 1916, A/Capt. March 1915. Served at 
Home Aug. 1914 to March 1915, Gibraltar March 1915 to Nov. 1916, France 
and Belgium March 1917 to June 1919. 

FRANCIS GEOFFREY COCKSHOTT. 

Admitted Dec. 1905. Of Southport and Canada. Served as Private, 
16th (Saskatchewan) Light Horse. 

THOMAS ARTHUR CODNER. 

Admitted Feb. 1913. Managing Clerk Avith Hooper & WoUen, of Tor- 
quay, Devon. Enlisted Aug. 1914 in Public Schools Corps. Commissioned in 
Royal Field Artillery Oct. 9, 1914, promoted Lieut. Nov. 1915, and Sub- 
stantive Rank of Capt. Jan. 1916. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Served 
in France July 1915 to July 1919. 

EDWIN HENRY COE. 

Admitted Nov. 1913, practising at 6 Princes Street, Hanover Square, W. 
Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, with West Kent (Queen's Own) Yeomanry. Gazetted 
Temp. 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery Jan. 7, 1915, subsequently promoted 
Lieut., then Capt., and later A/Major. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home 
until Sept. 1915, France Sept. and Nov. 1915, Home until June 1916, France 
June 1916 to Oct. 1917, Italy Oct. 1917 to March 1918, France March to Oct. 
1918. Wounded three times. 

JOHN THEODORE COGGINS. 

Admitted July 1911. Member of Foster & Wells, of Aldershot and Farn- 
borough. Joined May 1918, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Served at 
Home. 

EDWARD MOLYNEUX COHAN. 

Articled to G. M. Magee, of Liverpool. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
1st West Lanes. Brigade Royal Field Artillery (T.). Killed Aug. 5, 1914, as the 
result of an accident, during mobihsation, when on duty on Sahsbury Plain. 

ARTHUR SAVILLE COHEN. 

Admitted May 1901, practising at 23 College Hill, E.C. Joined June 30, 
1916, Barrack Warden, acting rank of Sergeant-Major, Royal Army Service 
Corps. Gazetted Jan. 4, 1917, as 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps, pro- 
moted Lieut. July 1918. Served at Home and in Italy. 

SYDNEY COHEN. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Member of Osborne & Osborne, of 119 London 
Wall, E.C. Served as Rifleman, 21st Batt. London Regt. 

LEIGH RIGBY COKE. 

Admitted Feb. 1903. Member of Kingsford, Drake & Coke, of Ashford, 
and Hythe, Kent. Enlisted Sept. 4, 1914, as Private, 5th Batt. East Kent 
Regt. (The Buffs). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 8th Batt. Hampshire Regt. May 



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1915 and attained the rank of Capt. Served in Palestine. Killed in action 
at Gaza Nov. 2, 1917. 

ROBERT WILLIAM GREEN COLBECK. 

Articled to J. R. Green, of Wakefield. Joined Dec. 9, 1915, as Private, 
King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Served in France and at Home. 

WILLIAM HENRY COLBECK. 

Admitted Nov. 1914, practising at Leeds. Served as 2nd Lieut., 17th 
(Service) Batt. West Yorkshire Regt., promoted Lieut. 

GEOFFREY COLBOURNE. 

Admitted Nov. 1912, practising at Brighton. Joined May 17, 1916, as 
Private, 3/1 Sussex Yeomanry. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Fusiliers March 28, 

1917, A/Capt. and A/Adjutant Nov. 1917 to Feb. 1918, promoted Capt. Feb. 

1918. Served at Home May 1916 to May 1917, France May 1917 to Feb. 1919. 
Wounded at Fontaine-les-Croissilles June 24, 1917, and at Ablainzeville (gas) 
June 30, 1918. 

HENRY STARKEY COLDICOTT. 

Admitted Nov. 1875, practising at 22 Basinghall Street, E.C. Appointed 
Colonel commanding 2/21 Batt. London Regt. Sept. 9, 1914, and to the 3/21 
Batt. Dec. 1915, became Chief Military Representative in Birmingham Recruit- 
ing Area Sept. 1916. Went to France June 1917 and was attached to 4th, 
5th, and 13th Corps successively, being employed in various capacities. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home until June 1917, France June 
1917 to May 1919. 

ERIC COLEBY. 

Admitted Oct. 1911. Of Marylebone Station, N.W. Served as Bom- 
bardier, Motor IMachine Gun Section, Royal Field Artillery. 

CLARENCE WATKINS COLEMAN. 

Admitted Nov. 1912, practising at 13 Devonshire Square, E.C. Joined 
Sept. 14, 1914, as Private, Royal Fusiliers, and subsequently promoted to 
Sergeant. Served at the Dardanelles, in Egypt, and in France. Wounded 
in France Sept. 9, 1916. 

ROBERT EDWIN COLEMAN. 

Articled to George Coleman, of Hove. Joined Nov. 21, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
Sussex Royal Garrison Artillery, promoted Lieut. Sept. 1917. Served at 
Home and in France. 

STANLEY ALLFORTH COLEMAN. 

Articled to Noel O. Clarke, of Birmingham. Joined April 10, 1916, as 
Cyclist, the 25th (County of London) Cychst Batt., transferred, as Rifleman, 
to 12th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles (Ulster Division) Feb. 1917. Served in France. 
Prisoner of War March 21, 1918, to Jan. 15, 1919, taken before St. Quentin, 

WALTER ROBERT GRANVILLE COLE^MAN. 

Articled to E. A. Burnie, of 59 & 60 Gracechurch Street, E.C. Joined 
July 8, 1918, as Private, Royal Sussex Regt., promoted Lance-Corporal Aug. 
1918. Served at Home. 



112 RECORD OF SERVICE 

JOHN MONCK CAMPION COLES. 

Articled to J. B. C. Coles, of Eastbourne. Served as Corporal, 10th Batt. 
Royal Sussex Regt. Afterwards 2nd Lieut. 11th Batt., North Staffordshire 
Regt., gazetted Temp. Capt. while holding appointment of Divisional Courts- 
Martial Officer on Headquarter Staff Northern Command. Awarded the 
M.B.E. 
HENRY WILLIAjM H0\^^LL COLLETT. 

Admitted July 1914. Of Liverpool. Served as Private, 17th (Service) 
Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. Killed in action. 

JA]\IES HENRY COLLIER. 

Admitted Feb. 1908. Member of Oswald Hickson, Collier & Co., of 
eMoorgate Street, E.C. Joined Oct. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. North- 
amptonshire Regt., and subsequently promoted to Major. 

OSWALD COLLIER. 

Admitted Dec. 1901, practised at 63 Queen Victoria Street, E.C. Served 
as Lieut., 9th Batt. Border Regt. 

HARRY COLLINGS. 

Admitted Aug. 1913. Member of Field, Cunningham & Collings, of Sale, 
Cheshire, and also at Manchester. Joined Sept. 27, 1915, as Private, 29th 
(Reserve) Batt. Royal Fusiliers, promoted Corporal March 1916, A/Sergeant 
May 1919. Served on North-West Frontier in India May to Sept. 1919 

GEOFFREY ABDY COLLINS. 

Admitted Dec. 1913. Member of Peake, Bird, Collins & Co., of 6 Bedford 
Row, W.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., 11th Batt. The Rifle Brigade. 

HENRY AIKEROYDE COLLINS. 

Admitted July 1909. Managing Clerk with J. A. Collins, of 1 New Square, 
Lincoln's Inn. Mobilised Aug. 5, 1914, as Corporal, National Reserve. En- 
listed Inns of Court Sept. 1914. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 9th Batt. Middlesex 
Regt. (T.F.) Oct. 3, 1914, promoted Temp. Capt. Nov. 1914, transferred to 
Ministry of Munitions May 1917, relinquished Temp, rank of Capt. and pro- 
moted to 1st Lieut. Posted Royal Engineers Experimental Station, Porton, 
seconded for service with Royal Engineers. Gazetted A/Capt. Feb. 1919. 
Served at Home. 

HENRY AKERMAN DESMOND COLLINS. 

Admitted Dec. 1904. Assistant Solicitor Metropolitan Water Board, 
Savoy Street, W.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 11th Batt. County of 
London Regt., Temp. Major Sept. 1916 to March 1917. Served with 
Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Gallipoli, July to Oct. 1915, and with 
Egyptian Expeditionary Force June 1916 to May 1917. 

HORACE ALEXANDER COLLINS. 

Articled to E. A. Collins, of 238 Edgware Road, W. Joined Sept. 8, 1914, 
as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. South Staffordshire Regt. Nov. 9, 1914, afterwards appointed 
Divisional Signalling Officer, promoted Lieut. March 1917. Served in France. 
Killed in action at Kemmel Hill Sept. 18, 1917. 



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JAMES ADOLPHUS COLLINS. 

Admitted May 1887, practising at 1 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 
Joined March 10, 1915, as Lieut., 14th Supernumeraiy Coy., 2/6 Batt. Essex 
Regt., Lieut. 24th Batt. The Rifle Brigade Nov. 1915, promoted Capt. Nov. 
1917. Served at Home and in India. 

PHILIP COLLINS. 

Admitted Oct. 1905. Member of Peake, Reed, ColHns & Co., of 6 Bedford 
Row, W.C. Joined August 1914, as 2nd Lieut., The Rifle Brigade, and attained 
the rank of Capt. Killed in action at Hooge July 30, 1915. 

ARTHUR AMERY COLLINSON. 

Admitted Nov. 1907. Managing Clerk with Waltons & Co., of 101 Leaden- 
hall Street, E.C. Joined Aug. 5, 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 9th Batt. East Surrey Regt. Sept. 22, 1914, promoted 
Lieut. Dec. 1914, Capt. May 1915. Served in France. Reported missing 
at the Battle of Loos Sept. 25-26, 1915, and officially believed to have been 
killed in action on that date. 

CHARLES HERBERT COLLIS. 

Admitted July 1880, practising at Stourbridge. Served as Col., South 
Midland Division Royal Army Service Corps (T.). 

FRANK REGINALD COLLIS. 

Articled to Frank Collis, of Stoke-upon-Trent. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 
Lieut., Royal Field Artillery, promoted Capt. June 1915, Major Commanding 
D/77th Brigade 16th Irish Division 1916. Served in France Jan. 1915 to 
Sept. 1916. Killed in action at Combles Sept. 27, 1916. 

GEORGE DOUGLAS COLLIS. 

Articled to F. L. Dickson, of Hanley. Served as 2nd Lieut., 6th Batt. 
North Staffordshire Regt. 

HERBERT CHARLES CLIVE COLLIS. 

Articled to Frank Collis, of Stoke-upon-Trent. Joined April 1917, as 
Cadet, Royal Field Artillery. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. A/277th Brigade Royal 
Field Artillery Oct. 1, 1917, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1919. Awarded the M.C. 
Served in France 1917 to 1919. Wounded Feb. 27, 1918. 

MAURICE JAMES COLLIS-SANDES. 

Admitted Jan. 1913, and at the outbreak of War was about to be admitted 
a partner in the firm of Young, Jones & Co., of 2 Suffolk Lane, E.C. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 11th (Service) Batt. Royal Fusiliers, and subsequently promoted 
to Capt. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Killed in action Feb. 17, 1917. 

EDGAR HENRY COLLISON. 

Articled to E. M. Calvert, of Norwich. Joined Sept. 1914 as 2nd Lieut., 
1/4 Batt. Norfolk Regt., and served with that regiment at Gallipoli. Invalided 
home with enteric fever and subsequently joined the Royal Flying Corps. 
Died from the effects of a flying accident in Norfolk, June 26, 1916. 

EDWIN READ COLLISSON. 

Admitted Feb. 1910. Member of G. R. Thome, Sons & Co., of Wolver- 
hampton. Mobilised Aug. 1914, and served for some months as Transport 



114 RECORD OF SERVICE 

Officer. Went to France Feb. 1915 and promoted Capt. and Adjutant 1/6 
South Staffordshire Regt. Killed in action Oct. 13, 1915. 

ARTHUR THOMAS COLMAN. 

Admitted Feb. 1904, practised at 21 Essex Street, Strand, W.C. Joined 
Sept. 1914, as Private, Australian Voluntary Hospital, and in May 1915 joined 
Inns of Court O.T.C., transferred subsequently as Private to 7th Batt. 
Middlesex Regt. Served in France, Wounded Aug. 27, 1916, and died Aug. 28, 
1918. Buried at Ligny-sur-Canehe. 

CLEIVIENT GEORGE COLMAN. 

Admitted May 1911, practised at 25 Bedford Row, W.C. Joined July 26, 
1915, as Lieut., Army Pay Department, promoted Capt. July 1918. Served 
in France. 

FREDERICK JOHN COLSON. 

Admitted July 1899, practising at 22 Walbrook, E.C. Joined Aug. 6, 
1914, as Private, 15th Batt. Coun'v of London Regt. (C'vil Service R fles), 
and afterwards promoted Lance-Corporal. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Somerset 
Light Infantry Dec. 15, 1916, promoted Lieut. June 1918. Recruiting Officer 
and Military Representative (Finsbury) March 1917, Chief National Service 
Representative, County of Kent, Oct. 1918. Served at Home. 

AUGUSTUS GILBERT COLVILE. 

Admitted Jan. 1899. Member of Adams & Colvile, of 5 Frederick's 
Place, Old Jewry, E.C. Joined Sept. 28, 1914, as Capt., 22nd (Service) Batt. 
Royal Fusiliers, Staff-Capt. 24th Training Reserve Brigade Feb. 1917 to Jan. 
1918. Served at Home. 

ROBERT GEORGE COMMIN. 

Admitted Feb. 1911. Member of Stanley Robinson & Commin, of 
170 Strand, W.C, and St. Albans. .loined Dec. 9, 1915, as Private, 28th Batt. 
County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Obtained commission May 28, 1917, 
and posted to .Srd Batt. West Yorkshire Regt., posted to 21st (Service) Batt. 
Julv 1917, rank Lieut. Served at Home till July 26, 1917, and in France 
July 1917 to Jan. 1919. 

GERALD EDMONDS COMPSTON. 

Admitted Oct. 1910. Member of RoUit, Sons & Compston, of 3 Mincing 
Lane, E.C. Joined Julv 17, 1918, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C., promoted 
Lance-Corporal Aug. 1918. Served at Home. 

JOHN HEXT COMYNS. 

Admitted Dec. 1901, practised at Torquav. Served as 2nd Lieut., 1st Batt. 
Hertfordshire Regt., and afterwards promoted Lieut. Given the rank of Capt. 
whilst Courts-Martial Officer. 

JOHN CONCHAR. 

Admitted .Tune 1911. Member of Sugden, Dewhirst & Conchar, of Bradford. 
Joined Aug. 12, 1914. as Lance-Corporal (Dispatch Ridf^r), Royal Engineers, 
promoted Sergeant Dec. 1916. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. West Yorkshire Regt. 
May 6, 1915, appointed Courts-Martial Officer, Tees Garrison, Nov. 1916, 



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Temp. Capt. General List May 1917. Served in France Nov. 1915 to Feb. 1916. 
Wounded at St. Eloi Jan. 24, 1916. 

ALLAN GEORGE CONDI. 

Articled to C. W. Allan Hodgson, of Carlisle. Joined July 1915, as 2nd 
Lieut., 5th Batt. Border Regt. Served in France. Killed in action Oct. 1, 
1916. 
GEORGE AUGUSTUS VICTOR CONNOLLY. 

Admitted Dec. 1909, practising in Solicitor's Department, South-Eastem 
& Chatham Railways. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Sussex Regt. Sept. 1914. 
Invalided from the Service Sept. 1915. 

CLIFFORD GLOVER CONOLLY. 

Admitted Oct. 1904. Member of White & Leonard, of Bank Buildings, 
Ludgate Circus, E.C. Served as Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps. 

ALAN PENROSE COODE. 

Admitted Nov. 1896. Member of Coodes, of St. Austell. Mobilised Aug. 

1914, as Capt., Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, promoted Major June 1916. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in India 1914 and 1915, Aden 1916, 
Palestine and Egypt 1917 and 1918. 

FREDERICK JOHN MERVYN COOK. 

Articled to W. F. Cook, of Bristol. MobiUsed Aug. 4, 1914, as Trooper, 
Royal Gloucestershire Hussars, transferred to 16th Machine Gun Squadron, 
E.E.F. 1916. Granted commission in 8th Batt. Somerset Light Infantry 
Nov. 28, 1917, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1919. Served at Home 1914 to March 

1915, Egypt April to Aug. 1915, Gallipoli (Suvla Bay) Aug. to Dec. 1915, 
Sinai and Palestine Dec. 1915 to Aug. 1917, France and Belgium April 1918 
to March 1919. 

GEORGE ROPE COOK. 

Admitted Aug. 1900. Member of Hannay, Horton & Cook, of Liverpool. 
Served as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). 

JAMES WATSON COOK. 

Articled to W. A. Cook, of Southport, Lanes. Joined Aug. 31, 1914, as 
Private, 7th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. (T.F.). Promoted Sergeant July 

1916, Commissioned Dec. 1916, and posted to 7th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. 
Jan. 1917, promoted Lieut. June 1918, A/Capt. Jan. 1918. Awarded M.C. 
and Bar. Served in France from March 1915 to July 1916 and Feb. 1917 
to Sept. 1918, and in Germany, Army of Rhine, Feb. to Nov. 1919. 

PERCY MELLOWS COOK. 

Admitted Oct. 1908. Assistant Solicitor to the Bournemouth Corpora- 
tion. Joined Aug. 1915, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. 
(Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. King's Royal Rifle Corps Dec. 6, 1915, 
promoted Lieut. Sept. 1916, A /Capt. Sept. 1916. Served in France. Killed 
in action near Flers Oct. 4, 1919. 

VICTOR CHANDLER COOK. 

Admitted June 1911, practising at 11 Mansion House Chambers, Queen 
Victoria Street, E.C. Joined Sept. 6, 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company, 



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promoted Lance-Corporal June 1915, Corporal July 1915. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps Sept. 21, 1915, promoted Lieut. May 1916, 
Capt. Dec. 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded O.B.E. Served 
in France Dec. 1914 to June 1919. 

CHARLES TAYLOR COOKE. 

Admitted June 1906. Member of John H. Cooke & Sons, of Winsford. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 7th Batt. Cheshire Regt., promoted Capt. 1915. 
Served at Home and at Galhpoli. Missing at Suvla Bay on Aug. 10, 1915, 
and afterwards presumed killed. 

FREDERICK HORACE COOKE. 

Admitted July 1895, practising at Crewe. Joined French Red Cross 
as Motor Driver July 1916. Awarded Croix de Guerre (French). Served 
in France. 

GUY PROUDFOOT COOKE. 

Articled to D. F. Cooke, of 17 Coleman Street, E.G. MobiHsed Aug. 
1914, as Ordinary Seaman, Royal Naval A^olunteer Reserve, appointed 
Leading Seaman Aug. 1914. Gazetted Sub-Lieut. Dec. 29, 1914. Served 
in Antwerp expedition Oct. 1914, and at Galhpoli Feb. 1915. Killed in action 
at Gaba Tepe, Galhpoli, May 3, 1915. 

HERBERT EDGAR COOKE. 

Admitted June 1906. Member of Meade, King, Cooke &, Co., of Bristol. 
Joined Sept. 3, 1914, as Private, Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted Dec. 1914 2nd 
Lieut. 2/1 Pembroke Yeomanry, promoted Lieut. 1916, Capt. 1918, attached 
Deputy A. P.M., Manchester. Served at Home and in France. 

JOHN KEMP COOKE. 

Admitted June 1903. Member of John H. Cooke & Sons, of Winsford, 
Cheshire. Mobihsed Aug. 1914, as Major, 7th Batt. Cheshire Regt. Served 
at Home. Died July 29, 1915. 

NORMAN FREDERIC COOKE. 

Articled to J. B. Cooke, of Wakefield. Joined Sept. 20, 1914, as Private, 
15th Batt. West Yorks. Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 10th Batt. North Stafford- 
shire Regt. Sept. 27, 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1917. Served at Home 
Sept. 1914 to July 1916 and Nov. 1916 to March 1918, France July to Nov. 1916 
and March 1918 to Jan. 1919. Wounded at Grandcourt Nov. 18, 1916, and 
at Lens May 11, 1918. 

REGINALD BERTRAM COOKE. 

Admitted Jan. 1906. Member of Colman & Knight, of 3 Verulam 
Buildings, Gray's Inn, W.C. Joined April 1916, as Private, Royal Army 
Service Corps. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps July 4, 1916, 
promoted Lieut. Jan. 1918. Served in France July 1916 to Dec. 1918. 

REGINALD CHARLES COOKE. 

Admitted March 1911, practised at Weston-super-Mare and Cardiff. 
Enlisted Aug. 1914, as Private, 11th Batt. Welch Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
9th Batt. Welch Regt. 1915. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
M.C. Served in France. Killed in action at Contalmaison on July 7, 1916. 



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THOMAS COOKSEY. 

Admitted Feb. 1904. Member of Thomas Cooksey & Co., of Old Hill, 
Staffs. Joined Oct. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 6th Batt. Worcestershire Regt., pro- 
moted Capt. May 1916. Served at Home, France, and Serbia. 

THOMAS OWEN COOKSEY. 

Admitted Oct. 1908. Managing Clerk with W. J. Pitt, of Bridgenorth, 
Shropshire. Joined Feb. 4, 1915, as Lieut., Royal Army Ordnance Depart- 
ment, promoted Capt. Nov. 1918. Served at Home. 

JOHN POWER HICKS COOKSON. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Managing Clerk with Brydges, Mellersh & Mellersh, 
of Cheltenham. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, 2nd Public Schools Batt. Royal 
Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. March 1915, promoted Lieut. Dec. 1915, Capt. 
March 1916. Served at Home and France and Belgium. 

CHARLES STANLEY COOMBE. 

Admitted July 1903. Member of Gould & Coombe, of Sheffield. Joined 
Oct. 12, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. York and Lancaster Regt., promoted 
Lieut, and Quartermaster Jan. 1915, Capt. and Quartermaster June 1918. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France, Belgium, and Germany. 

PHILIP GURNEY COOMBS. 

Articled to Thomas Green, of Oundle, Northamptonshire. Joined Aug. 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt., promoted Capt. Nov. 1915, 
transferred to Royal Garrison Artillery Sept. 1916 as Lieut. Served in France. 

ALBERT GORDON COOPER. 

Admitted April 1915, practised at Barnsley. Served as Private, Royal 
Fusiliers. Killed in action. 
EDWARD VICTOR BRODIE COOPER. 

Articled to J. L. Norris, of Stroud. Served as Private, 5th (Reserve) 
Batt. Gloucestershire Regt. 

ERNEST READ COOPER. 

Admitted July 1888, practising at South wold, Suffolk. Gazetted Major 
commanding 3rd Vol. Batt. Suffolk Regt. Sept. 1, 1916. Served 2 months 
whole-time service in command of Special Service Company on East Coast 
during July and Aug. 1918. Once mentioned in dispatches. 

FRANK COOPER. 

Admitted April 1901. Member of James F. Addison & Cooper, of Walsall. 
Served as Corporal, 13th Company Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). 

FRANK COOPER. 

Articled to Wilham Irons, of Sheffield. Enlisted Oct. 1, 1915, as Rifleman, 
5th City of London Batt. London Regt. (London Rifle Brigade), transferred 
to King's Royal Rifle Corps, Oct. 1916, promoted Lance-Corporal Nov. 1916. 
Killed Feb. 7, 1917, by rifle grenade when on duty in the trenches near Ypres. 

GEOFFREY HERBERT COOPER. 

Admitted Nov. 1912, practised at Manchester. Served as 2nd Lieut., 2nd 
East Lancashire Brigade, Royal Field Artillery (T.), and afterwards promoted 
Lieut. 



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JOHN GRAHAM COOPER. 

Admitted Dec. 1904, practising at Birmingham. Joined Sept. 2, 1914, as 
Private, 1/6 Batt. Royal Wanvickshire Rcgt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Sept. 19, 
1915, Royal \Yar\vickshire Regt., promoted Lieut. July 1917, A/Capt. June 
1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France March 1915 to Nov. 
1917, Italy Nov. 1917 to Oct. 1918. 

JOHN STUART COOPER. 

Admitted April 19C9, practising at Newcastle-on-Tyne. Served as Lieut., 
Royal Aimy Service Corps, and attained the rank of Major. 

LANCELOT HEAD COOPER. 

Articled to W. May, of 18 Austin Friars, E.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., 3rd 
Batt. Royal West Kent Regt. 

REGINALD BRODIE COOPER. 

Admitted Dec. 1899. Managing Clerk with Baileys, Shaw & Gillett, of 5 
Berners Street, W. Joined June 1916, as Cadet, 28th Batt. County of London 
Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery (S.R.) 
Nov. SO, 1916, promoted Lieut. May 1918. Served at Home till Aug. 1917, 
Gibraltar Aug. 1917 to Feb. 1919. 

THOMAS COOPER. 

Admitted Dec. 1906. Member of Hindle, Son & Cooper, of Darwen, Lanes. 
Joined Dec. 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. East Lancashire Regt. and subse- 
quently promoted to Lieut. Severely wounded on the Somme May 24, 1918. 

WILLIAM GORDON COOPER. 

Articled to T. A. Higson, of Manchester. Served as Private, Royal Army 
Service Corps (M.T.). 

WILLIAM HEINEKEN COOPER-HORSFALE. 

Admitted Aug. 1891, practised at Northallerton. Joined Jan. 1915, as 
Capt., 4th Batt. Yorkshire Regt., transferred to Ministry of National Service 
May 1918. Served at Home. 

WALLACE GRAHAM HOZIER COOPER-KING. 

Admitted Dec. 1900, practising at 6 New Court, Carey Street, W.C. Joined 
July 22, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 11th Batt. North Staffordshire Regt., promoted 
Lieut. May 1917. Served in France and Belgium July to Nov. 1916 and July 
to Dec. 1918. 

ALEC COOPMAN. 

Articled to E. H. Coopman, 5 Giltspur Street, Holborn, E.C. Joined 
Sept. 2, 1914, as Private, 20th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Served in France only. 

GEOFFREY SILVERWOOD COPE. 

Articled to W. Silverwood Cope, of 5 New Court, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 
Was in Inns of Court O.T.C. at outbreak of War. Medically examined and 
rejected as unfit for military service. Joined Headquarters Staff of Royal 
Red Cross Society Nov. 1914, equipped and was Transport Officer and sub- 
sequently secretary of King George Military Hospital, Stamford Street, S.E.,. 
from its foundation to its close. Awarded M.B.E. Served at Home. 



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CHARLES EDWARD ERASER COPEMAN. 

J Admitted Dec. 1895, practising at Wisbech, Cambs. Mobil sed Aug. 1914 
as Lieut. -Col. commanding 1st (Service) Batt. Cambridgeshire Regt., promoted 
Col. 1918, transferred to 9th Batt. Northamptonshire Regt. Name brought to 
the notice of Secretary of State for War on three occasions. Awarded C.M.G. 
and T.D. Served in France Feb. to May 1915 and at Home on East Coast. 

JOHN YOUNG COPEMAN. 

Admitted Oct. 1910, practising at Victoria, British Columbia. Joined 
Sept. 5, 1914, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.), promoted Corporal 
Sept. 1914, Sergeant Nov. 1914. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. Leicester- 
shire Regt. Sept. 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1917, Temp. Capt. attached 
181st Infantry Brigade June 1918. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Served 
in France Sept. 1914 to Sept. 1915, Mesopotamia June 1916 to Dec. 1917, 
Egyptian Expeditionary Force and Palestine Jan. 1918 to Feb. 1919. 

HAROLD WALLACE COPLAND. 

Articled to Charles Owen, of Stafford. Joined Sept. 1914, as Trooper, 
Staffordshire Yeomanry. Commissioned 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery 
Nov. 5, 1914, promoted Lieut. July 1917, Capt. Aug. 1917. Served at Home 
and in France. 

HENRY TOWNSEND COPLAND. 

Admitted Nov. 1902, practising at Sheerness. Joined May 1918, as Private, 
Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. The Queen's Own Royal West Kent 
Regt. Served at Home. 

MAURICE COPLAND. 

Admitted May 1902. Member of Copland & Sons, of 7 Union Court, 
Old Broad Street, E.C., and Chelmsford. Served as Private, 5th (Cinque 
Ports) Batt. Royal Sussex Regt. (T.). Died at the Stationary Hospital, 
Boulogne, on March 21, 1915. 

REGINALD WALLACE COPLAND. 

Articled to Charles Owen, of Stafford. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., 5th Batt. North Staffordshire Regt., promoted Lieut. Sept. 1914., 
transferred to Indian Army in Aug. 1917 to 3/1 K.G.O. Gurkha Rifles as 
Lieut., promoted Capt. April 1919. Served at Home 1914 to 1915, France 1915 
to 1916, Home in 1916, France 1916 to 1917, India 1917 to 1919. Killed outside 
Fort Sandeman, Baluchistan, during the Afghanistan War, on July 26, 1919. 

ALFRED BERESFORD COPLEY. 

Admitted Jan. 1914, practised at Rotherham. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
Machine Gun Corps. Killed in action Aug. 26, 1917. 

ADRIAN GRAY CORBETT. 

Admitted Oct. 1911. Member of Slaughter & May, of 18 Austin Friars, 
E.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., Sussex Yeomanry. Awarded the Order of the 
Crown of Italy (Officer). 

ROWLAND GEORGE CORBETT. 

Admitted Oct. 1912. Managing Clerk with Fowler, Langley & Wright, 
of Wolverhampton. Joined Oct. 26, 1915, as Private, Royal Army Service 



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Corps (M.T.), promoted Corporal June 1916. Served at Home Oet. 1915 to 
Feb. 1916, France Feb. 1916 to Nov. 1917, Italy Nov. 1917 to Feb. 1919. 

CLIVE SHEWELL CORDER. 

Articled to W, S. Burton, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Joined April 1918, 
as Cadet, Durham University O.T.C. Served at Home. 

BENJAIMIN SPRINGBETT CORKE. 

Admitted May 1896, practised at Gloucester. Joined April 30, 1917, 
1st Regt. of the French Foreign Legion. Awarded Croix de Guerre (Silver 
Star). Served in France and Belgium. 

NIGEL ARTHUR CORKE. 

Articled to J. F. Duncan, 6 Old Jewry, E.C. Joined Oct. 13, 1914, as 
Private, Hon. Artillery Company. Served at Home Oct. 1914 to Jan. 1915 and 
Feb. 1915 to Aug. 1916, B.E.F. France, Jan. to Feb. 1915. Discharged 
Aug. 26, 1916. 

ALFRED LINGHAM CORLETT. 

Articled to Arthur Draycott, of Liverpool. Served as 2nd Lieut., 5th 
Batt. South Lancashire Regt., and attained the rank of Capt. 

EDWARD JAMES CORNISH. 

Articled to W. J. Sloan, of Bristol. Joined March 2, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 
1/4 Batt. Gloucestershire Regt., promoted Lieut., seconded to 51st (H.D.) 
Machine Gun Batt. June 6, 1918. Served in France and Germany. Wounded 
at Ypres, Aug. 16, 1917. 

THOMAS HENRY CORNISH. 

Admitted Jan. 1886. Member of T. H. & J. B. Cornish, of Penzance. 
Mobilised through National Reserve Aug. 4, 1914, as Col., 4th Batt. Duke of 
Cornwall's Light Infantry (T.), served as R.O. until Sept. 1915, then appointed 
Sub- Area Commander, No. 1 Cornwall. Served at Home. 

PETER CHURCHILL CORNISH-BOWDEN. 

Admitted Feb. 1900, practising at Newton Abbot, Devon. Joined June 12, 

1916, as Private, 4th Batt. Devonshire Regt. (36th Provisional Batt.). Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 3rd (Foreign Service) Garrison Batt. Bedfordshire Regt. Feb. 11, 

1917, transferred from 3rd (Foreign Service) Garrison Batt. Bedfordshire Regt. 
(at Rangoon) and to 25th Batt. Middlesex Regt. (at Singapore), promoted 
Lieut, Aug. 1918. Served at Home until March 1917, Burma to Nov. 1917, 
Singapore to July 1918, Siberia Aug. 1918 to Feb. 1919, Hong Kong March 
1919, Home May to June 1919. 

GUY TEMPLE CORRIE. 

Articled to C. S. Hind, Ormond House, E.C. Joined Nov. 19, 1914, as 
A.B., Hawke Battalion Royal Naval Division. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal 
Warwickshire Regt. Nov. 23, 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1917, Inspector of 
Propellants 1917 to 1919. Served in Gallipoh 1915, France 1916. Wounded at 
Delville Wood, France, July 28, 1916. 

OWEN CECIL KIRKPATRICK CORRIE. 

Admitted Dec. 1909. Managing Clerk with R. S. Taylor, Son & Humbert, 
4 Field Court, Gray's Inn, W.C. Joined Aug. 5, 1914, as Private, Inns of Court 



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O.T.C. (Squadron). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. North Somerset Yeomanry Jan. 6, 

1915, O.C. No. 9 (afterwards X/33) Trench Mortar Battery July 1915 to April 

1916, A/Lieut. Dec. 1915, A/Capt., Trench Mortar Officer, 39th Division, 
B.E.F., April 1916 to May 1917, promoted Lieut. July 1917, A/Capt. Trench 
Mortar Officer, 54th Division, E.E.F., Sept. 1917 to Feb. 1918, transferred 
to Royal Field Artillery (T.F.), attached 272nd Brigade Aug. 1918, Temp. Capt., 
Military Magistrate, Nablus, and Judicial Officer, Haifa, March 1919, Temp. 
Major, Vice-President, Court of Appeal, Jerusalem, April 1919. Once mentioned 
in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in France June 1915 to July 1917, 
and in Palestine from July 1917. 

JOHN SIDNEY CORSER. 

Admitted June 1904, practised at Wellington, Shropshire. Served as 
Private, 5th Batt. Shropshire Light Infantry. 

JAMES RUSSELL CORT. 

Admitted Dec. 1908, practised at Manchester. Served as Lieut., Seaforth 
Highlanders. 

RALPH EDGAR COSTELLO. 

Articled to Henry Clarkson, of 9 Ironmonger Lane, E.C. Served as 2nd 
Lieut., 10th Batt. Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regt. 

JOHN NICHOLDS FRANKLIN COTTERELL. 

Articled to John N. Cotterell, of Walshall. Joined March 25, 1918, as 
Cadet at No. 3 Royal Field Artillery Officers' Cadet School, Weedon. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Sept. 16, 1918, posted to 14th Battery 3a Reserve Brigade. 
Served at Home (Southern Command). 

ROBERT ARTHUR COTTON. 

Articled to John Davies, of Llanidloes, North Wales. Joined March 11, 
1915, as Private, 2/7 Batt. Royal Welch FusiHers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, to 5th 
Batt. East Lancashire Regt. May 21, 1915, Lieut, and Quartermaster May 1915, 
seconded to Machine Gun Corps March 1918. Served at Home March 1915 to 
Oct. 1916 and March 1918 to July 1918, Egypt and Sinai Oct. 1916 to March 
1917, France March 1917 to March 1918 and July 1918 to Oct. 1918. Wounded 
Aug. 31, 1918. 

JONATHAN COUCH. 

Articled to John Stephens, of St. Austell. Embodied as Corporal in the 
Royal 1st Devon Yeomanry Aug. 5, 1914, promoted Sergeant Oct. 1915, 
Squadron-Quartermaster-Sergeant March 1916. Granted commission as 
2nd Lieut. 2nd Batt. Wiltshire Regt. March 27, 1918. Served at Home and 
in France. Wounded Nov. 5, 1918. 

CHARLES DOUGLAS COULBY. 

Articled to J. A. H. Green, of Nottingham. Joined March 16, 1915, as 
2nd Lieut., 7th (Robin Hood) Batt. The Sherwood Foresters, promoted 
Lieut. Dec. 1916, seconded Tank Corps Jan. 1918, A/Capt. Oct. 1918, 
Temp. Capt. Dec. 1918. Served in France 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918. Wounded 
at Hohenzollern Redoubt Oct. 13, 1915. 



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AUBREY EWAN COULTON. 

Admitted April 1913. Member of Coulton & Son, of King's Lynn. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 6th Batt. Norfolk Regt. Went to France 
attached to the Royal Warwickshire Regt., and was killed in action at Laventie 
July 19, 1916. 

WILLIAM HENRY COUPE. 

Admitted March 1909. Member of Coupe & Harrison, of Preston, Lanes. 
Joined Sept. 15, 1916, as Private, Loyal North Lancashire Regt., transferred 
to Army Pay Corps Nov. 1916, to 3rd King's Own Scottish Border Regt. Aug. 
1918, and attained the rank of Corporal both in the Army Pay Corps and 
in the Border Regt. Served at Home. 

CECIL HALES COURT. 

Admitted Dec. 1913. Member of W. H. Court & Son, of 181 Piccadilly, 
W. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 19th Batt. London Regt. Oct. 3, 1914, promoted Lieut. June 1916, 
A/Capt. Nov. 1916, Captain Aug. 1918, Staff-Lieut. War Office Nov. 1918. 
Served at Home. 

WILLIAM COURT. 

Articled to F. J. Argles, of Maidstone. Joined Dec. 11, 1915, as Private, 
15th (T.R.) Batt., promoted Lance-Corpl. Manchester Regt., transferred 
to Royal Garrison Artillery. Commissioned 2nd Lieut. April 15, 1918. 
Served in France. 

ALEXANDER PANT^LIS COUSTAS. 

Articled to J. J. Stavridi, of 40 Old Broad Street, E.C. Served as Staff- 
Sergeant-Major, Royal Army Service Corps. 

DOUGLAS FREEMAN COUTTS. 

Articled to W. M. Walter, of 31 Budge Row, E.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
10th Batt. London Regt. 

HERBERT JOHN COVE. 

Admitted Nov. 1898, practised at Northampton. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
Northamptonshire Yeomanry. 

CHARLES STUART COW. 

Admitted Oct. 1904. Member of Horsley & Weightman, of 1 Guildhall 
Chambers, Basinghall Street, E.C. Joined June 1917, as Private, Inns of 
Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps Oct. 1917. 
Served in France and at Home. 

HENRY WALTER COWEN. 

Articled to George Elder, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Joined May 8, 1916, 
as Dispatch Rider with Signal Section of Royal Engineers. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery in 1918. Killed in action in France on or 
about Sept. 27, 1918. 

MYER HENRY COWEN. 

Articled to Joseph Cohen, of Birmingham. Joined July 26, 1917, as 
Private, Royal Warwickshire Regt., promoted Corporal July 1918, transferred 
to Army Pay Corps immediately after joining the Forces. Served at Home. 



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CLIFFORD HORACE HENRY COWL. 

Admitted April 1908. Member of Arthur E. Cowl & Son, of Great 
Yarmouth. Joined Jan. 15, 1919, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London 
Regt. (Artists Rifles), promoted Lance-Corporal 1915, Corporal 1916. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 5th (Reserve) Batt. Durham Light Infantry March 10, 1917, seconded 
to 12th Infantry Labour Company Lincolnshire Regt. March 1917, promoted 
Lieut. Sept. 1918. Served at Home Jan. 1915 to March 1917, and in Belgium 
and France March 1917 to Feb. 1919. 

HENRY LETHBRIDGE COWLARD. 

Admitted July 1905. Member of Cowlard, Grylls & Cowlard, of 
Launceston. Joined Sept. 18, 1914, as Capt., 10th Batt. Welch Regt., Staff- 
Capt. 76th Infantry Brigade, 25th Division, Jan. 1915. Served at Home and 
in France and Belgium. 

GEORGE HAMILTON IVENS COWLEY. 

Admitted Nov. 1908, practising at Coventry. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
90th Heavy Battery Royal Garrison Artillery. 

JOHN NORMAN COWLEY. 

Admitted Jan. 1912. OfBoxmore, Herts. Joined Sept. 7, 1914, as 
Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 4th Batt. East Anglian Field Artillery Brigade Feb. 20, 1915, promoted 
Lieut. Dec. 1915, Capt. and Adjutant 19th Brigade Royal Horse Artillery July 
1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France Nov. 1914 to Feb. 
1915, Egypt and Palestine Feb. 1915 to Oct. 1918. 

RONALD FOSTER COWLISHAW. 

Admitted Feb 1911. Member of Cowlishaw & Son, of Uttoxeter. Served 
as Private, 10th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
5th Batt. North Staffordshire Regt. 

BERNARD KILMISTER COX. 

Admitted March 1912, practising at Leeds. Served as Sergeant, 30th Motor 
Ambulance Convoy. 

CECIL HAMMOND COX. 

Articled to E. A. B. Cox, of Birmingham. Joined Aug. 21, 1915, as Private, 
Royal Army Medical Corps, promoted Sergeant April 1916. Served in France. 

DLTDLEY ALFRED COX. 

Articled to J. F. Fowler, of 1 York Buildings, Adelphi, W.C. Joined 
Sept. 15, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., The East Yorkshire Regt., promoted Lieut. Oct. 
1914, Capt. Sept. 1915. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 
Served in France 1914 to 1915 (6 months), Alexandria Nov. 1915 (1 month),^ 
Macedonia Dec. 1915 to Aug. 1918, Constantinople March 1919 (1 month). 
Slightly wounded at Loos Oct. 1915. 

EDWARD GEOFFREY HIPPISLEY COX. 

Admitted Feb. 1907. Member of Dyson, Bell & Co., of 3a Dean's Yard, 
Westminster, S.W. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 16th Batt. County of Lon- 
don Regt. (Queen's Westminster Rifles), promoted Capt. Sept. 1914, Brevet 
Major in Army June 1917, Major (Substantive) Sept. 1917, Temp. Lieut.-CoL 



124 RECORD OF SERVICE 

in Army May 1918, On Staff, Staff-Capt. July 1915, D.A.Q.M.G. March 1916, 
D.A.A.G. Aug. 1917, A.A.G. May 1918 (London District). Twice mentioned 
in Dispatches. Awarded Brevet Major in Army, C.B.E. (MiUtary). Served in 
France and at Home. 

HARLEIGH COX. 

Articled to W. F. Long, of Bath. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 1st Batt. 
Gloucestershire Regt., and promoted Capt. 8th Batt. Gloucestershire Regt. 
Dec. 27, 1914. Killed in action near the village of La Boiselle July 3, 1916. 

LEONARD CHARLES COX. 

Admitted Oct. 1909. Member of Byrch, Cox & Sons, of Evesham. Joined 
Nov. 1915, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Commissioned Lieut. Worcester- 
shire Regt. 1916. Served in France. Wounded March 1918. 

SYDNEY GEORGE COX. 

Admitted March 1908. Member of Coad & Cox, of 27 Old Jewry, E.G. 
Joined July 5, 1916, as Private, 10th Batt. Middlesex Regt. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 1/8 Batt. Middlesex Regt. March 28, 1917, promoted Lieut. Sept. 1918. 
Served in France. 

TARRANT DORAN COX. 

Admitted May 1910. Managing Clerk with Francis & Crookenden, of 23 
Lincoln's Inn Fields W.C. Joined Aug. 26, 1914, as Rifleman, 9th Batt. 
King's Royal Rifle Corps, promoted Lance-Corporal 8th Batt. Sept. 1915. 
Served in Belgium and France May 1915 to July 1916. Wounded at Ypres 
July 11, 1915, and at Arras July 1, 1916. Discharged through wounds received 
in action Oct. 20, 1916. 

BASIL COZENS-HARDY. 

Admitted July 1911. Member of Cozens-Hardy & Jewson, of Norwich. 
Joined Oct. 21, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 4th (Reserve) Batt. Norfolk Regt., promoted 
Lieut. 1916, Capt. Aug. 1917. Served at Home to Aug. 1918, and in France 
Aug. to Sept.. 1918. Wounded — leg amputated — near St. Quentin Sept. 18, 
1918. 

NEWMAN CRABTREE. 

Admitted Jan. 1897. Member of Clough & Crabtree, of Cleckheaton. 
Joined Aug. 15, 1914, as Private, 4th Batt. West Riding Regt. Gazetted 
Lieut. West Yorkshire Regt. Sept. 23, 1914, promoted Capt. Dec. 1914, A/Major 
Nov. 1916 to Jan. 1917. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home and France. 

RONALD ARTHUR CHARLES CRADOCK-HARTOPP. 

Admitted Feb. 1905. Formerly member of Marcy & Hartopp, of 7 New 
Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Joined Sept. 15, 1914, as Private, University and 
Public Schools Batt. 20th Royal Fusiliers, Company Quartermaster-Sergeant 
Sept. 1914. Gazetted Lieut. Royal Flying Corps Oct. 23, 1917. Served at 
Home and France. Invalided from France 1916 with trench fever and neuritis 
contracted on active service. 

GEOFFREY ETHELBERT CRAGG. 

Admitted July 1910, practised at Reigate. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 
Sergeant, 5th Batt. Queen's Royal West Surrey Regt., volunteered in Aug. 



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1915 to go from India to Persian Gulf, and reverted to Corporal. Served at 
Home, in India, and in Mesopotamia. Died of dysentry at Kut-el-Amara 
on Oct. 17, 1915. 

ALLEN HOYTE CRAIG. 

Admitted April 1909. Managing Clerk with James Mellor & Coleman, of 
12 Coleman Street, E.C. Joined Nov. 10, 1914, as Private, Royal Army Ser\dce 
Corps (M.T.). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps Sept. 14, 1915, 
and attained the rank of A/Capt. Served in British Expeditionary Force 
Nov. 1914 to Nov. 1918, and afterwards with British Army of the Rhine. 

THOMAS EDGAR CRAIK. 

Articled to J. H. Craik, of Batley. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
4th King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry (T.F.), promoted Lieut. June 1914, 
Capt. Nov. 1915, Major (temporary rank in Machine Gun Corps) Feb. 1918. 
Awarded the M.C. Served in England till Sept. 1915 and from Dec. 1917 to 
Dec. 1918, and in France and Belgium Sept. 1915 to Dec. 1917. 

PERCY CRAMPTON. 

Admitted June 1913. Member of T. R. Dootson, of Leigh. Joined May 
1915, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted Lieut. 2/5 Batt. Loyal 
North Lancashire Regt. Aug. 1915. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
the M.C. Served in France. Wounded May 24, 1917. 

ALBERT CHARLES CRANE. 

Articled to F. W. Beck, of 21 Lime Street, E.C. Served as Corporal, 
Machine Gun Corps. Killed in action in France July 23, 1916. 

LUCIUS FRANCIS CRANE. 

Admitted Dec. 1907. Member of Francis Miller & Steele, of 6 Finsbury 
Square, E.C. Joined Sept. 1915, as Cadet, 28th Batt. County of London 
Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 14th Batt. Worcestershire Regt. 
Aug. 4, 1917. Served in France. Gassed March 1918. Killed in action near 
Cambrai Oct. 8, 1918. 

PERCIVAL JETHRO CRANG. 

Articled to J. T. Bond, of Plymouth. Joined Aug. 1, 1915, as Private, 
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Devonshire Regt. 
Oct. 25, 1916, went to France Nov. 1916. Served at Home and in France. 
Placed on retired list through ill-health contracted on active service July 8, 
1918. Totally incapacitated from "retirement." Died from effects on 
March 18, 1920. 

LEONARD GEORGE CRAUFORD. 

Admitted Dec. 1910, practising at 69 Chancery Lane, W.C. Joined 
Oct. 1916, as Sapper, London Electrical Engineers, promoted Corporal June 
1918. Served at Home (Anti-Aircraft). 

ALEXANDER BASIL CRAWFORD. 

Admitted June 1914, practised at Boston, Lines. Enlisted Aug. 1914, 
as Private, 4th Batt. Lincolnshire Regt. (T.). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 14th Batt. 
Notts and Derby Regt. Feb. 1915, promoted Capt. 17th Batt. West Yorkshire 
Regt. Sept. 1915. Killed in action near Richboorg St. Vaust May 16, 1916. 



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FRANK SPENCER CRAWFORD. 

Articled to R. H. Spencer, of Tredegar, Mon. Joined Sept. 21, 1914, as 
2nd Lieut., 3rd Batt. Monmouthshire Regt., promoted Lieut. Feb. 1915, Capt. 
Dec. 1916, attached 18th Batt. Middlesex Regt. Aug. 1916 to Oct. 1917, 
and to 9th Batt. Cheshire Regt. Feb. to Sept. 1919. Served at Home 1| 
years, and in France and with Army at the Rhine 3| years. Seriously 
wounded, Ypres Salient, May 3, 1915. 

HAMILTON WALKER CRAW FORD. 

Admitted May 1905. Member of Ingledews, Sons & Crawford, of Swansea. 
Joined Feb. 9, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 2/1 Pembroke Yeomanry, promoted Lieut. 
1916, seconded Machine Gun Corps (Cavalry) 1918. Served at Home. 

HUGH CRAWTORD. 

Articled to R. W. Brighouse, of Ormskirk. Served as Private, 17th 
(Service) Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. Killed in action. 

WILLIAM LINDSAY CRAWFORD. 

Admitted March 1909, practising at Doncaster. Gazetted 2nd Lieut., 
5th Batt. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry Aug. 28, 1914, promoted 
Lieut. 1915, Capt. June 1916. Awarded the M.C. and Croix de Guerre (gold 
star). Served in France, Belgium, and Germany. 

FRANCIS SEYIMOUR CRAWSHAW. 

Articled to G. H. Simpson, of Sheffield. Joined the Machine Gun Corps 
in January 1916 as a Private. Served at Salonica. Died of disease in Hospital 
at Salonica Sept. 19, 1918. 

FRANCIS CRAZE. 

Admitted Jan. 1911. Of Canada. Served as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. 
Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, attached 6th Batt. Devonshire Regt., 
promoted Lieut., held the rank of Capt. whilst Courts-Martial Officer. 

ROBERT HENRY HERBERT CREAK. 

Admitted Nov. 1886, practising at Birmingham. Was Major, 8th Batt. 
Worcestershire Regt., at outbreak of War. Retained same rank except for 
short period as A/Lieut.-Col. in France. Served in 7th (Reserve) Batt. 
Worcesteshire Regt. after return to England. Served in France and Belgium 
March 1915 to April 1916, and remainder at Home. 

HARRY WILLIAM HAY CREASY. 

Articled to R. J. Cooke, of 22 Surrey Street, Victoria Embankment, 
W.C. Joined Aug. 5, 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 10th Batt. Devonshire Regt. Sept. 19, 1914, promoted Temp. 
Lieut. 11th Batt. Essex Regt. Oct. 1915, Temp. Capt. March 1916. Awarded 
the M.C. Served in France Oct. 1915 to June 1916. Killed in action June 13, 
1916. 

CHARLES EDWARD VICTOR CREE. 

Articled to his father, A. W. Cree, of 13 Gray's Inn Square, W.C. Joined 
Sept. 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
6th Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters), proceeded to France 
July 1915, and promoted Lieut. Oct 1915. Killed in action July 20, 1916. 



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HERBERT EDWARD CREE. 

Admitted Feb. 1895. Member of Cree & Turner, of 109 Jermyn Street, 
St. James's, S.W. Joined Oct. 1914, as A.B., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 
subsequently promoted Chief Petty Officer. 

JOHN FRANCIS GEORGE CREE. 

Admitted Aug. 1907. Member of Cree & Son, of 13 Gray's Inn Square, 
W.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., 9th Batt. Bedfordshire Regt., afterwards transferred 
to the Welch Regt. and promoted Lieut. 

CHARLES NUGENT CREECH. 

Articled to W. H. Creech, of Blandford and Sturminster Newton. Joined 
Sept. 7, 1914, as Gunner, 1st Dorset Battery Royal Field Artillery (T.), trans- 
ferred to Headquarters 217th Brigade Royal Field Artillery in 1916 with rank 
of Bombardier. Served at Home Sept. to Oct. 1914, and in India Nov. 1914 
to March 1919. 

LESLIE CREERY. 

Articled to N. H. Wightwick, of Canterbury. Served as Private, Public 
Schools Batt. Royal Fusiliers, afterwards gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. Royal 
West Kent Regt., promoted Lieut. July 1917. 

ALFRED CRERAR. 

Admitted April 1898, practising at Maryport, Cumberland. Gazetted 
Dec. 1, 1915, 2nd Lieut. 3/4 East Lancarshire (Howitzer) Brigade Royal Field 
Artillery, promoted Temp. Lieut. Jan. 1916, Lieut. July 1917, A/Capt. No. 3 
Siege Artillery Reserve Brigade Royal Garrison Artillery Oct. 1917. Served 
at Home only. 

EDWARD ARTHUR CRESSWELL. 

Admitted April 1905. Managing Clerk with Neve Thorneycroft & Co., 
of Wolverhampton. Rejoined Aug. 4, 1914, as Lieut., 6th Batt. South Stafford- 
shire Regt. (T.), promoted Capt. May 1915. Served in France Feb. to Oct. 
1915. killed in action Oct. 13, 1915. 

FRANCIS NATHANIEL CRESWICK. 

Admitted Nov. 1899, practising at Sheffield. Joined Sept. 7, 1914, as 
Lieut. (T.F. General List), Supernumerary Company attached West Yorkshire 
Regt. (T.F.), promoted Capt. April 1915, transferred to Royal Defence Corps 
May 1916, 1st Garrison Batt. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry May 1917, 
attached 1st Garrison Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers Nov. 1917. Served 
at Home Sept. 1914 to Nov. 1917, and at Malta Nov. 1917 to March 1919. 

GEORGE WALTON CRICKETT. 

Admitted June 1908. Member of Charles Howard & Co., of Manchester. 
Joined Aug. 1914 as Private. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. North Staffordshire Regt., 
and subsequently promoted Lieut. Served in France and India. 

LAWRENCE LAYTON CRISP. 

Articled to J. B. Allan, of 7 King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.C. Joined 
Sept. 3, 1914, as Private, 18th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
13th Batt. The Cheshire Regt. Feb. 27, 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1917, 



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Capt. Labour Corps April 1918. Served in France Sept. 1915 to Feb. 1916 
and Aug. 1916 to April 1919. Wounded in Battle of the Somme Oct. 1916. 

ARCHIBALD THOMAS CROCKER. 

Admitted Dec. 1912, practising at 21 Buckingham Street, W.C. Served 
as Corporal, Royal Army Service Corps. 

WALTER ANGUS CROCKER. 

Articled to W. C. Crocker, 93 Gresham Street, E.C. Joined Sept. 7, 
1914, as Private, 17th (Service) Batt. Royal Fusiliers, attached 5th Machine 
Gun Company Nov. 1915 to March 1916, transferred to 85th Company Machine 
Gun Corps Nov. 1916 to Feb. 1919. Served at Home Sept. 1914 to Nov. 1915 
and March to Oct. 1916, France Nov. 1915 to March 1916, Salonica Oct. 
1916 to Dec. 1918, Constantinople Dec. 1918 to Jan. 1919. Wounded at 
Souchey (France) March 30, 1916. 

WILLIAIM CHARLES CROCKER. 

Admitted July 1912, practising at 93 Gresham Street, E.C. Joined 
June 9, 1917, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. Dorsetshire Regt. June 1918, attached 1st 
Batt. Oct. 1918. Awarded the M.C. Served in France. 

ERIC BERTRAM CROCKFORD. 

Articled to A. L. Crockford, of Birmingham. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, 
14th Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 6th Batt. Royal 
Warwickshire Regt. Aug. 1915, subsequently promoted Lieut. Served in 
France in 1916 and 1918. 
LESLIE CHARLES CROCKFORD. 

Admitted May 1913. Managing Clerk with Arthur L. Crockford, of 
Birmingham. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 6th Batt. Royal Warwickshire 
Regt. (T.F.), promoted Capt. March 1916, Staff-Capt. 143rd Infantry Brigade 
1917, Brevet Major June 1918, D.A.Q.M.G., G.H.Q. (Italy), Oct. 1918. Twice 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. and Italian Croce di Guerra. 
Served in England Aug. 1914 to March 1915, France March 1915 to Nov. 1917, 
Italy Nov. 1917 to March 1919. 
DESMOND WARRICK CROFT. 

Articled to E. H. Freshfield, of 31 Old Jewry, E.C. Mobilised Aug 1914, 
as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Commission in 5th Batt. South Wales 
Borderers Sept. 1914, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1915, Capt. Aug. 1915, Major 
March 1917. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. and 
M.C. Served in France July 1915 to June 1917 and Nov. 1917 to April 1918. 
Twice wounded. 

LEONARD WILBERFORCE CROFT. 

Admitted Oct. 1905, practised at 68 Aldersgate Street, E.C. Served as 
Lieut., 9th Batt. East Lancashire Regt., and subsequently promoted Capt. 
Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 

EDWARD SPENCER CROFT-SMITH. 

Articled to Wm. J. Robbins, of 218 Strand, W.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914 
as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 



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2nd Lieut. King's Royal Rifle Corps March 1915. Served in France. Reported 
missing May 10, 1915, subsequently presumed to have been killed on that date. 

HENRY CROFTON. 

Admitted JMarch 1903, practising at South Shields and Haltwhistle. 
Joined June 30, 1917, as Private, West Yorkshire Regt., subsequently promoted 
Corporal Army Pay Corps. Served in Egypt. 

JOHN CECIL CROFTS. 

Admitted March 1915. Of 92 Great Tower Street, E.C. Joined 1915, 
as Private, East Kent. Regt. (The Buffs). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. The Suffolk 
Regt. 1916, promoted Lieut. Labour Corps 1917. Served in France. 
ALFRED CROMPTON. 

Admitted Dec. 1911. Member of W. W. Crompton & Son, of Bury. 
Joined July 12, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 11th Batt. North Staffordshire Regt., 
promoted Lieut. Jan. 1917. Served in France and Belgium. Severely wounded 
at Wytcheate Ridge, July 21, 1917, and at Havrincourt Wood (Cambrai), 
Sept. 15, 1918. 

NEVILLE CROMPTON. 

Articled to T. R. Bertwhistle, of Bury. Joined Dec. 18, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
attached to Royal Flpng Corps Nov. 1916, promoted Lieut. Nov. 1917, trans- 
ferred to Royal Air Force April 1918, promoted Capt. and Flight-Commander 
April 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home Dec. 1914! to 
Feb. 1916, Egypt Feb. 1916 to April 1917, France May 1917 to Feb. 1919. 

WILLIAM EARLE CROINIPTON. 

Admitted April 1908. Member of Crompton & Crompton, of Bolton, 
Lanes. Served as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). 

LESLIE ARTHUR CROOK. 

Articled to Merton A. Jones, of 11 Old Jewry Chambers, E.C. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914 with 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles), went to 
France in Oct. 1914, and given a commission in The Queen's Royal West 
Surrey Regt. in Jan. 1915, promoted Capt. in July 1917. Twice mentioned 
in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in France and Belgium. Wounded 
three times. Killed in action Sept. 25, 1917. 

CECIL WOODROW CROSS. 

Admitted Nov. 1899. Member of Beckingsale, Greenwood, Tucker & Cross, 
34 Copthall Avenue, E.C. Joined Nov. 16, 1914, as A.B., Royal Naval Volun- 
teer Reserve. Subsequently gazetted Temp. Lieut. -Commander. Awarded 
O.B.E. (Military Branch). 

EDWARD PEEL CROSS. 

Admitted Aug. 1895, practising at Harrogate. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 
Capt., 5th Batt. West Yorkshire Regt., promoted Major Jan. 1915. Gazetted 
to T.F. Reserve June 1918. Served at Home. 

GEORGE HENRY CROSS. 

Admitted May 1910, practised at Prescot. Served as Private, 10th 
Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. (Liverpool Scottish). Afterwards obtamed 
commission in King's Liverpool Regt. and promoted Lieut, 



130 RECORD OF SERVICE 

JAMES HUNSDON CROSS. 

Admitted July 1902, practising at Cardiff. Joined Sept. 4, 1914, as 
Private, Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. The Welch Regt. May 4, 1915, 
promoted Lieut. Feb. 1916, transferred to 1st Batt. Tank Corps Dec. 1916, 
promoted Capt. Sept. 1918. Served in France and Belgium. Wounded and 
gassed at Villiers Bretonneux April 17, 1918. 

PHILIP ANDREW CROSS. 

Articled to E. W. Pierce, of Liverpool. Joined March 29, 1915, as Sub- 
Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, promoted Lieut. March 1916. Served 
in Home waters 1915 to 1916, and at Gibraltar 1917, 1918, 1919. 

MARLBOROUGH EVELYN BEDFORD CROSSE. 

Articled to H. B. E. Barwell-Ewins, of Birmingham. Enlisted Sept. 
1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Went 
to France Oct. 26, 1914, and was there transferred to 2nd Batt. Yorkshire 
Regt. (The Green Howards) on Nov. 13, 1914, having received a commission as 
2nd Lieut, and appointed Machine Gun Officer. Killed in action March 14, 
1915. 

CECIL CROSSKEY. 

Admitted Feb. 1882. Member of Mathews, James & Crosskey, of 
Birmingham. Mobilised, as Major, Royal Army Service Corps, promoted 
Lieut. -Col. June 1916. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded O.B.E. 
(Military Division). Served at Home and in France and Belgium. 

GUY ROBERT CROUCH. 

Admitted Dec. 1912. Managing Clerk with Parrott & Coales, of Aylesbury. 
Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Lieut., Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry (T.F.), 
promoted Temp. Capt. Sept. 1914, Capt. July 1916, A/Major Aug. 1918, 
attached to 1/5 Batt. Gloucester Regt. July 1918. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to March 1915, 
France March 1915 to Nov. 1917, Italy Nov. 1917 to Sept. 1918, and again 
in France Sept. 1918 to Jan. 1919. Wounded in front of Peronne Feb. 28, 
1917. 

LIONEL WILLIAM CROUCH. 

Admitted Dec. 1909, practised at Aylesbury. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, 
as Capt., 1st Bucks. Batt. Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry. Served at 
Home Aug. 1914 to March 1915, and then in France. Killed in action in the 
1st Battle of the Somme July 21, 1916. 

ARTHUR ARNOLD CROW. 

Articled to F. W. Mander, of 7 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Joined 
Aug. 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. Loyal North Lancashire Regt. Nov. 26, 1914, 
promoted 1st Lieut. Dec. 1914, Capt. July 1915, appointed Adjutant of Officers' 
Instruction School, Tunbridge Wells, in the spring of 1915. In July 1916 
resigned commission on account of ill-health. Subsequently went to Messines 
to assist Church Army in canteen work. On passing of the Review of Exemp- 
tion Act in 1917 at once presented himself for examination, and was marked fit 
for active service. As, however, previous medical boards had refused to allow 



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him to proceed to France as a commissioned officer, he enlisted in the Essex 
Regt. as a Private, proceeding to France on Sept. 7, 1917. He was killed 
Oct. 10, 1917, in the attack on the Passchendaele Ridge, 3rd Battle of Ypres. 

GEORGE BERTRAM CRO\VDER. 

Admitted Feb. 1902. Member of Vizard, Oldham, Crowder & Cash, of 
51 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Joined Nov. 1, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal 
Garrison Artillery (S R.), promoted Lieut. July 1917, A/Capt. and Adjutant 
Aug. 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in Serbia Aug. 1916 to 
Nov. 1918. 

GODFREY DEVERIL CROWTHER. 

Admitted Aug. 1902, practising at Plymouth. Served as Lieut., 
Devonshire Royal Garrison Artillery and subsequently promoted Capt. 

JOHN EDWARD MARMADUKE CROWTHER. 

Admitted July 1905. Member of Hargreaves & Crowthers, of 23 Abingdon 
Street, Westminster, S.W. Joined Dec. 28, 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. 
London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 11th Batt. East Surrey 
Regt. March 10, 1915, promoted Lieut. 13th Batt. July 1917. Awarded the 
M.C. Served at Home Dec. 1914 to May 1916, Sept. 1916 to May 1917, and 
March 1918 to Feb. 1919, and in France May to Sept. 1916, and May 1917 to 
March 1918. Wounded in attack on Flers Sept. 15, 1916, and in attack on Mory 
March 23, 1918. 

PHILIP MAIN CROWTHER. 

Admitted July 1914, practised at Bradford. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, 
6th Batt. West Yorkshire Regt. Commissioned May 1917 to 5th Batt. West 
Yorkshire Regt., gazetted Lieut. Nov. 1918. Served in France. Wounded 
at Thiepval July 14, 1916. 

THOIVIAS PERCY CROYSDALE. 

Articled to F. W. R. Hore, of 52 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Served as 
Lieut., 8th City of London Batt. London Regt. (Post Office Rifles) and 
subsequently promoted Capt. 

ROBERT BARNARD CRUICKSHANK. 

Admitted Dec. 1901, practising at Gosport, Hants. Joined June 1916, 
as Cadet Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal 
Garrison Artillery (S.R.) Aug. 11, 1916, promoted Lieut. Feb. 1918. Served 
with 2nd Mobile Brigade, Royal Garrison Artillery Anti-Aircraft, Home, East 
Coast, and London Defences. 

ROBERT SCOTT CRUICKSHANK. 

Admitted April 1906, practised at 10 Billiter Square, E.C. Served as 
Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps and attained the rank of Temp. Major. 
Mentioned in Dispatches and awarded the O.B.E. 

BERTRAM EVERSLEY CRIBIP. 

Admitted May 1905. Member of Crump, Duignan & Crump, of Walsall. 
Joined Aug. 31, 1917, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Royal Army Service Corps Jan. 1, 1918. Served in France. 



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DUDLEY JAMES CRmiP. 

Admitted May 1901. Member of William A. Crump & Son, of 17 Leaden- 
hall Street, E.C. Joined March 22, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 3/9 Batt. Middlesex 
Regt., promoted Lieut. Sept. 1915, Capt. March 1918, attached 24th Batt. 
The Rifle Brigade March 1917. Served at Home and India. Appointed on 
Staff, India, 1917. 

ELDON ANNESLEY CRmiP. 

Admitted April 1899. Member of Crump, Duignan & Crump, of Walsall. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., South Staffordshire Regt., promoted Major 
Oct. 1914, Lieut. -Col. Conunanding 5th (Reserve) Batt. South Staffordshire 
Regt. Nov. 1915. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the O.B.E. 
Served at Home. 

WILLIAM GEOFFREY CRUMP. 

Articled to William Clifton, of 17 Leadenhall Street, E.C. Joined June 27, 

1915, as 2nd Lieut., 3rd Batt. The London Regt., promoted Lieut. Machine 
Gun Corps (Cavalry) Jan. 1, 1917, Lieut. Tank Corps Sept. 1917, Temp. Capt. 
Oct. 1918, Adjutant Dec. 1918. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Served 
in France 2 years. 

ERNEST FREDERIC CRUNDWELL. 

Admitted Oct. 1912. Member of Cotter & Crundwell, of Farnham. 
Joined Aug. 11, 1914, as Private, 1/5 Batt. The Queen's Royal West Surrey 
Regt. (T.F.). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. The Queen's Royal West Surrey 
Regt. March 27, 1917, promoted Lieut. Sept. 1918. Served in India Oct. 1914 
to Dec. 1915, Mesopotamia Dec. 1915 to July 1916, Palestine June to Aug. 
1917, Egypt Aug. 1917 to Sept. 1918, India Sept. 1918 to June 1919. 

CYRIL ILEITH CULLEN. 

Articled to J. K. Allerton, of W^orthing. Joined Dec. 27, 1915, as Private, 
14th Batt. County of London Regt. (London Scottish), transferred March 
1918 to Royal Flying Corps as Cadet Pilot. Subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Served at Home 1916 and 1918, France 1917. Slight shrapnel wound 
May 1917. 

GEORGE CHARLES HENRY CULLEY. 

Articled to H. H. Cole, of Norwich. Joined Aug. 24, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
Norfolk Regt. Gazetted Lieut. April 1915, joined Machine Gun Corps in 

1916, gazetted Capt. June 1916, joined Royal Flying Corps Sept. 1916. Served 
at Home 1914, Gallipoli 1915, Egypt 1916 and 1917, France 1918. Crashed 
at Aboukir, Egypt, in aeroplane Feb. 19, 1917. 

CHARLES CULLIMORE. 

Articled to John Cullimore, of Chester. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., Cheshire Brigade Royal Field Artillery (T.F.), and attained the rank 
of Capt. (A/]Major). Wounded at the Battle of Gaza, Palestine. 

WILLIAM CULLIMORE. 

Admitted April 1913. Managing Clerk to Birch, Cullimore & Co., of 
Chester. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Private, Territorial Force. Subsequently 
gazetted Lieut. 5th Batt. Cheshire Regt. 



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GEORGE CHARLES HENRY CULLEY. 

Articled to H. H. Cole, of Norwich. Served as Lieut., 4th Batt. Norfolk 
Regt., and as Flying Officer, Royal Flying Corps. 

CHARLES HILL CULROSS. 

Admitted Sept. 1905. Member of Culross & Co., of 13 Old Cavendish 
Street, W. Joined March 1915, as Lieut., R.T.O. Invalided from Service 
March 1916. Served in France and Central Force, Horse Guards. 

JAMES CIBIBERBIRCH. 

Admitted May 1912, practising at Macclesfield. Served as Corporal, 
Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). 

JOHN LEONARD CL^XIFFE. 

Articled to T. H. Davies-Colley, of Manchester. Joined Nov. 1914, as 
Lieut., 21st Batt. Manchester Regt., promoted Capt. June 1916. Served at 
Home Nov. 1914 to Sept. 1915, France Sept. 1915 to Sept. 1916. Killed in 
action at Delville Wood Sept. 4, 1916. 

GRAHAM CUNNINGHAM. 

Admitted Feb. 1915, practising at Chingford. Joined Aug. 14, 1915, as 
2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. Royal Fusiliers, promoted Lieut. July 1917, A/Adjutant 
4th Royal Fusiliers (France) 1916, Capt. and Adjutant 5th Royal Fusiliers 
1917 to 1918, Capt. and Adjutant Headquarters Repatriated Prisoners of War 
Reception Camps, Canterbury. Served at Home and in France. 

ERNEST CHARLES CURRAN. ' 

Admitted April 1904. Member of Jackson, Elwell & Curran, of 65 Coleman 
Street, E.C. Joined July 1915, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London 
Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps Oct. 

1915, promoted Capt. Nov. 1918. Served at Home July 1915 to Oct. 1917, 
France Oct. 1917 to March 1919. 

GEORGE PATRICK CURRAN. 

Admitted Aug. 1911, practised at 11 Talbot Road, Bayswater. Joined 
March 3, 1916, as Rifleman, 2nd Batt. County of London Regiment (London 
Irish Rifles). Served at Home, at Salonica, and with the Egyptian 
Expeditionary Force. Died at 26th Casualty Clearing Station, Ludd, Syria, 
May 21, 1918, from malignant malaria. 

CURZON CLTISHAM. 

Admitted Oct. 1911. Member of Bernard Wright & Cursham, of Notting- 
ham. Commissioned 2nd Lieut. 2/8 Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood 
Foresters) (T.F.) Nov. 12, 1914, promoted Lieut. (Permanent) July 1916, 
seconded to Machine Gun Corps Jan. 1918. Served in England 1914 to April 

1916, Irish Rebellion April 1916, France Feb. 1917 to Feb. 1919. 

LIONEL CHARLES ALFRED CURTIES. 

Articled to F. G. Stenning, of Maidstone. Joined Sept. 18, 1914, as 
Private, University and PubHc Schools Corps. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 8th 
(Ser\ice) Batt. East Kent Regt. (The Buffs), promoted Capt. June 1915 and 
attached to Staff of 72nd Infantry Brigade, appointed Brigade Machine 



184 RECORD OF SERVICE 

Gun Officer. Served in France. Reported missing, believed killed, at the 
Battle of Loos Sept. 26, 1915, since presumed by the War Office killed in action 
on that date. 

ALEC CHARLES CURTIS. 

Articled to Henry Pomeroy, of Bristol. Joined Aug. 14, 1914, as Trooper, 
1/1 North Somerset Yeomanry, and discharged medically unfit for further 
ser\dce after injuries received in Flanders on Jan. 23, 1915. Re-enlisted as 
Private, Royal Army Medical Corps, on recovery on Aug. 15, 1915, joined 
the 100th Field Ambulance as a Corporal in France Nov. 1915, appointed 
A/Sergeant July 1917. Served in Flanders Nov. to Dec. 1914, and in France 
Nov. 1915 to Nov. 1916. Wounded at Ypres Dec. 1914. 

ALFRED EDWIN IFOR CURTIS. 

Admitted Feb. 1913. Member of Alfred Curtis & Son, of Neath, 
Glamorganshire. Joined April 1915, as Private, 23rd (Service) Batt. Royal 
Fusiliers. Commissioned 2nd Lieut. 6th Batt. The Welch Regt. Sept. 1915, 
Temp. Lieut. Sept. 1916, Permanent Lieut. Sept. 1917, A/Capt. and A/Adjutant 
Oct. 1917. Served at Home and France. 

HENRY CURTIS. 

Admitted Aug. 1905. Member of Barret & Curtis, of Leeds & Otley, 
Joined March 1916, as Private, 3/4 Batt. Cameron Highlanders, subsequently 
promoted Sergeant 653rd Employment Coy. General Headquarters, Ireland. 
Served in England and Ireland. 

HENRY GEORGE CURTIS. 

Admitted April 1907, practising at Southend-on-Sea. Served as Lance- 
Corporal, 22nd Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 

OSWALD TREVOR CURTIS. 

Articled to Harold W. Mooring Aldridge, of Bournemouth. Joined May 4, 
1916, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company (Infantry), transferred to Royal 
Air Force to train for commission July 1918. Appointed Flight Cadet Nov. 
1918. Discharged on appointment to Honorary Commission in Reserve of 
Officers. Served in France. 

WALTER LAWRENCE CURTLER. 

Articled to W. T. Curtler, of Worcester. Mobolised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 
8th Batt. Worcestershire Regt. (T.F.), promoted Capt. June 1915. Entered 
Indian Army (Gurkha Rifles) as Lieut. July 1917, promoted Capt. May 1919. 
Served in France March 1915 to Nov. 1916. Wounded June 1915. 

ARTHUR ROBERT CUSHING. 

Admitted Nov. 1905, practising at 28 Bedford Row, W^C. Joined the 
Ambulance Column attached to London District of the British Red Cross 
Society on March 15, 1915, as a Driver, and ultimately became a Quartermaster 
and head of the Car Department. Served at Home. 

CLEMENT ARCHIBALD CUSSE. 

Admitted Feb. 1912. Managing Clerk to Houseman & Co., of 6 New 
Court, Carey Street, W.C. Joined Oct. 20, 1914, as Private, Inns of Court 



RECORD OF SERVICE 135 

O.T.C. Obtained a commission and attained the rank of Major l/4th Batt. 
Devonshire Regt., D.A.Q.M.G. Mesopotamia. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 

JOHN CUTHBERT. 

Admitted July 1899. Member of Percy Short & Cuthbert, of Donington 
House, Norfolk Street, Strand, W.C. Joined May 30, 1916, as Gunner, Royal 
Field Artillery. Discharged (unfit for service owing to ill-health in consequence 
of service) April 9, 1918. Served in France and Belgium Oct. 1916 to Oct. 1917. 

ROBERT FREDERICK CUTHBERT. 

Admitted May 1901. Member of Ravenor & Cuthbert, of Witney, Oxon. 
Joined Sept. 14, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry, 
promoted Capt. June 1916, Adjutant June 1916 to July 1918. Awarded the 
M.C. Served in France. Wounded near Arras Nov. 13, 1917. 

JOHN WILLIAM CUTHBERTSON. 

Admitted Oct. 1915, practising at Blyth, Northumberland. Joined 
Feb. 20, 1917, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps, and subsequently promoted 
Corporal. Served at Home. 

GERALD WARING CUTLER. 

Admitted March 1901. Member of Cutler & Allingham, of 15 Duke Street, 
St. James's, S.W. Served as Capt., Royal Army Ordnance Corps. 



HOWARD FRANCIS DADDS. 

Articled to W. A. G. Davidson, of Bank Buildings, Acton, W. Joined 
May 12, 1915, as Private, 2nd Batt. Hon. Artillery Company, promoted Sergeant 
1919, transferred to 1st Batt. in France. Served at Home May 1915 to July 
1916, in France July 1916 to Jan. 1919, and with Army of the Rhine Jan. to 
April 1919. 

WALTER LEWIS DAGG. 

Admitted Aug. 1881, practising at 65 Long Acre, W.C. Served as Farrier 
Sergeant-Major, Transport and Remount Department, attached Royal Army 
Service Corps. 

CEDRIC HUNTON DAGGETT. 

Articled to W. W. Gibson, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Joined Sept. 1914, 
as Private, 9th Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 21st 
Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers (2nd Tyneside Scottish), promoted Capt. 
and transferred to the 23rd Batt. Awarded the M.C. Served in France. 
Killed in a night raid at Armentieres Feb. 11, 1917. 

CHARLES LOUIS D'ALBANI. 

Articled to A. J. D'Albani, of Newmarket. Served as Lieut., 3rd Batt. 
Suffolk Regt., subsequently promoted Capt. and transferred to the Indian Army. 
ALWYNE PERCY DALE. 

Admitted Oct. 1906, practised at Knaresborough and York. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Capt., 5th Batt. West Yorkshire Regt. (T.), and subsequently 
promoted Major. Awarded the O.B.E. Served in France. Killed in action 
March 1, 1917. 



136 RECORD OF SERVICE 

CECIL HALSTED DALE. 

Admitted April 1909. Member of Halsted Dale & Son, of 17 Finsbury 
Square, E.C. Joined as Private, Hon. Artillery Company, and subsequently 
gazetted Lieut, in same Rcgt. Served in Italy. 

DONALD HALE DALE. 

Admitted May 1912, praetising at 6 South Square, Gray's Inn, W.C. Joined 
Nov. 11, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps, promoted Lieut. 
July 1915, and Capt. March 1916, transferred to 1/88 Carnatic Infantry Sept. 
1918. Served in Macedonia Dec. 1916 to Sept. 1918, and in India Sept. 1918 
to Sept. 1919. 

ROBERT JACOMB NORRIS DALE. 

Admitted Dec. 1909. Managing Clerk with Dale & Co., of 75 Cornhill, E.C. 
Joined Aug. 4, 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists 
Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 9th Batt. Manchester Regt. June 18, 1915, 
subsequently promoted Lieut, and attached to Royal Flying Corps. Served 
in Gallipoli, Egypt, and Italy. Killed in Italy while observing in captive 
balloon Jan. 31, 1917. 

HUGH WALDRON DALLAS. 

Articled to J. H. Dallas, 12 Old Jewry Chambers, E.C. Joined, as 2nd 
Lieut., 8th Batt. Norfolk Regt., promoted to Capt. Joined the Indian Army 
in 1919. 

WILLIAM FREDERICK DALLAS. 

Articled to R. R. Linthorne, Town Clerk of Southampton. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. Hampshire Regt. Oct. 8, 1914, attached to 6th Batt. East Lancashire 
Regt. in Sept. 1915, Temp. Capt. from Sept. 18 to Oct. 3, 1915, inclusive. 
Gazetted as granted a commission as 2nd Lieut, in The Welch Regiment 
(Permanent Army) Feb. 10, 1916, but pending joining that Regt. remained 
with the 6th Batt. East Lancashire Regt. as Lieut., and subsequently as A/Capt. 
Served at Gallipoli from Sept. 1915 to the time of the Evacuation, and after- 
wards in Mesopotamia. Killed in action at Sanna-i-Yat April 9, 1916, whilst 
serving with the Kut Relief Force. 

ARTHUR DOUGLAS DALLOW. 

Admitted Nov. 1907. Member of Dallow & Dallow, of Wolverhampton. 
Mobilised Aug. 5, 1914, as Sergeant, Queen's Own Royal Staffordshire Yeomanry. 
Gazetted Lieut. Royal Field Artillery Feb. 1915, promoted Capt. Oct. 1915. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France 1916, Irish Rebellion 1916, 
France 1917, 1918, 1919. 

CHAMPNEYS JOHN DALRYMPLE. 

Articled to R. M. Welsford, of 22 Aldermanbury, E.C. Served as Lieut.^ 
6th Batt. Leicestershire Regt. 

ROBERT CECIL DALTON. 

Admitted Jan. 1914. Member of Phillips, Evans & Dalton, of Stamford. 
Joined Sept. 4, 1914, as Private, 24th Batt. London Regt. Gazetted Lieut. 
16th Batt. County of London Regt. (Queen's Westminster Rifles) in Feb. 1915, 



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promoted Capt. in Indian Reserve Officers. Awarded the M.C. Served in 
France, Salonica, Palestine, and India. Wounded in Salonica. 

WILLIAM EDWARD D'ANGIBAU. 

Admitted Nov. 1913, practising with D'Angibau & Malim, of Boscombe, 
Hants. Joined Oct. 1, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 7th Batt. Hampshire Regt., pro- 
moted Lieut. June 1916, attached Machine Gun Corps Sept. 1917. Served on 
North- Western Frontier twice, inchiding Afghan Campaign, and India. 

ALFRED MARTIN GEORGE DANIEL. 

Admitted Dec. 1906. Member of Cruttwells, Daniel & Cruttwell, of Frome. 
Joined Nov. 1, 1914, as Lieut., 4th Batt. Somerset Light Infantry (T.F.), trans- 
ferred to The Rifle Brigade (T.F.), Sept. 1915, A/Brigade General Officer 228th 
Infantry Brigade (28th Division), Salonica Forces, Aug. to Dec. 1918, A/Field 
Cashier Gen. Ross' Force, Bulgaria, Nov. 1918 to Jan. 1919, promoted Capt. 
Nov. 1918, to date from Dec. 23, 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served at Home Nov. 1914 to Jan. 1916, Egypt Jan. to April 1916, Cyprus April 
to May 1916, British Salonica Forces May 1916 to April 1919. 

HENRY EDWIN DANIEL. 

Admitted Jan. 1897, practising at Manchester. Commissioned April 25, 
1915, as Lieut., No. 1 Supernumerary Coy. 4th Batt. The Welch Regt. 
Gazetted Lieut. 22nd Batt. The Rifle Brigade (T.F.) Nov. 1915. Served at Home 
and in Egypt, Cyprus, Lemnos, and Thasos, afterwards at Home. Contracted 
malaria in the Island of Thasos, and lost sight of left eye. 

HENRY KENYON DANIEL. 

Admitted Aug. 1897. Member of K. & W. Daniel, of Ramsgate and 
Margate. Commissioned Oct. 14, 1914, as Capt. Royal Field Artillery (T.), 
promoted Temp. Major Jan. 1915, Permanent Major Aug. 1917. When in France 
commanded " B " Battery, 180th Brigade. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served at Home Oct. 1914 to Aug. 1917 and from Oct. 1918 to March 1919, 
and in France Aug. 1917 to Oct. 1918. 

JOHN ARTHUR DANIEL. 

Admitted Jan. 1908. Member of Simons, Smyth & Daniel, of Merthyr 
Tydfil. Joined May 1917, as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, promoted 
Corporal (B.C. A.) Nov. 1917. Served in France. 

NOEL THOMAS DANIEL. 

Articled to W. L. Moore, of Newport, Mon. Joined Oct. 21, 1915, as 
Gunner, 4th Welsh Brigade Royal Field Artillery, transferred to B/87th Brigade 
upon proceeding to France Sept. 16, 1916. Served in France and Belgium. 
Killed in action April 25, 1918. 

STANLEY MA YOU DANIEL. 

Admitted March 1902, practising at Witham, Essex. Joined Jan. 29, 1918, 
as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery. Served in France. 

JOHN ARTHUR HELTON DANIELL. 

Admitted Feb. 1901. Member of J. L. & E. T. Daniell, of Bristol. Served 
as a Sergeant in 345th Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery. Killed in 
action July 1, 1917. 



138 RECORD OF SERVICE 

THOMAS EDWARD ST. CLARE DANIELL. 

Admitted Feb. 1912. Managing Clerk with Mackrell & Ward, of 33 
Walbrook, E.C. Joined Aug. 30, 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of 
London Regt, (Artists Rifles) and attained the rank of Sergeant. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. Royal Fly ng Corps Sept. 1915, promoted Capt. Jan. 1916, Major June 

1916. Deputy Assistant Director of Aircraft Equipment (rank Major) Feb. 

1917, Assistant (rank Lieut. -Col.) March 1917, Deputy Director (rank Col.) 
April 1918. Three times mentioned in Dispatches and awarded O.B.E. and 
M.C. Served in France and at Home. 

DOUGLAS ARCHIBALD DANIELS. 

Admitted Feb. 1916, practising at Chatham. Served as Private, Royal 
Army Service Corps (M.T.). 

WILLIAM LEIGHTON DANN. 

Admitted Oct. 1912, practised at Derby. Served as Private, 1st Batt. 
North Staffordshire Regt. 

MAURICE DAPHNE. 

Admitted Dec. 1908, practising at 71 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Joined 
April 17, 1917, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.) April 20, 1918. Served in ranks at 
Horn ■, commissioned service in France. 

HAROLD DUKINFIELD DARBISHIRE. 

Admitted Jan. 1908. Member of Gibbons, Arkle & Darbishire, of Liver- 
pool. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., West Lanes (Howitzer) Brigade Royal 
Field Artillery (T.F.), promoted Capt. July 1916, Major July 1918. Served 
in Gallipoli, Egypt, and Palestine. j 

WILFRED DARBYSHIRE. 

Articled to T. R. Dootson, of Leigh, Lanes. Joined Jan. 13, 1916, as 
Private, Royal Fusiliers. Served in England Jan. to July 1916, and in France 
July 1916 to April 1917. Killed in action April 16, 1917. 

HUGH CUFF DARKE. 

Admitted Jan. 1905. Deputy Clerk for the County and Clerk of the Peace 
for East Sussex. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Major, 1st Home Counties Brigade 
Royal Field Artillery. Served at Home, India, and Mesopotamia. Died at 
Lahore July 12, 1916. 

FRANK GEORGE DARLING. 

Articled to F. B. Darling, of Birmingham. Served as Private, Hon. 
Artillery Company (Infantry). 

HENRY CLAYTON DARLINGTON. 

Admitted March 1904. Member of Peace & Darlington, of Liverpool and 
Wigan. Commanding 1/5 Batt. Manchester Regt. Sept. 12, 1914. Three 
times mentioned in Dispatches and awarded the C.M.G. and Order of Crown 
of Italy (Officer). Served in Egypt Sept. 1914 to April 1915, Dardanelles 
April to Oct. 1915, Sinai Feb. 1916 to Feb. 1917, France Feb. 1917 to 
1919. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 139 

CHARLES JOSEPH CROUGHTON DAVENPORT. 

Admitted May 1908, practising at 133 Aldersgate Street, E.C. Joined 
Reserve Dec. 1915. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps Nov. 13, 
1916, promoted Lieut. May 1918. Served in France 1916 to 1918. 

HAROLD DAVENPORT. 

Articled to Gordon Cox, of Tower Royal, Cannon Street, E.C. Served 
as 2nd Lieut., 9th (Service) Batt. West Yorkshire Regt., promoted Lieut. 
Aug. 1915. 

HUGH NARES DAVENPORT. 

Admitted July 1911. Member of Davenport & Rose, of Oxford. Joined 
Sept. 1914, as Lieut., 4th Batt. Oxford & Bucks Light Infantry, subsequently 
promoted Capt. and IMajor, attached to 2/6 Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt. 
Awarded the jM.C. and recommended for Bar. Served in France. Reported 
missing March 26, 1918, since presumed killed on that date near Verlaines. 

DONALD WOODWARD DAVEY. 

Articled to W. L. Yorath, of Cardiff. Joined Aug. 4, 1914, as Gunner, 
Royal Field Artillery (T.F.). Gazetted Lieut. 5th Batt. The Welch Regt. Oct. 
1914, Lieut. Royal Field Artillery (T.F.) March 1915, A/Capt. May 1919. 
Served at Home and in France. 

ALEXANDER CHARLES ROBERT DAVID. 

Articled to G. N. David, of Cardiff. Joined Nov. 30, 1914, as Temp. 2nd 
Lieut. Royal Field Artillery, promoted Temp. Lieut. March 1916, A/Capt. 
Oct. to Dec. 1916, March to May 1918, and in July 1918, A/Major Jan. 1919. 
Served with 25th Division throughout while in France. Awarded the M.C. 
Served at Home Nov. 1914 to Sept. 1915, and Aug. 1917 to March 1918, and in 
France Sept. 1915 to Aug. 1917 and March 1918 to Feb. 1919. 

GEORGE NEVILE DAVID. 

Admitted Oct. 1911. Member of George David & Co., of Cardiff. Joined 
July 22, 1916, as Private, 19th (Reserve) Batt. King's Royal Rifle Corps. 
Gazetted to 1st (Reserve) Garrison Batt. The Suffolk Regt. Feb. 11, 1917 trans- 
ferred to Labour Corps March 1917. Served at Home, and in France March to 
Aug. 1917. 

THOi\LA.S JENKINS DAVID. 

Admitted Nov. 1904, practising at 15 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, S.W. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., Glamorgan Royal Horse Artillery, promoted 
Temp. Major Nov. 1914, Major June 1916. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded the D.S.O. and T.D. Served in France. Wounded Oct. 1917. 

ERNEST ALEX.\NDER DAVIDSON. 

Admitted Feb. 1907. Member of Gard, Lyell, Betenson & Davidson, of 
2 Gresham Buildings, Basinghall Street, E.C. Joined April 9, 1917, as Gunner, 
Royal Garrison Artillery, promoted Bombardier June 1917. Served at Home 
April 1917 to Jan. 1918, and in France Jan. to Dec. 1918. 

ALUN EDWARDS DA VIES. 

Admitted March 1909, practised at Grimsby. Served as Private, 10th 
(Service) Batt. Lincolnshire Pcegt., and subsequently promoted to Sergeant. 



140 RECORD OF SERVICE 

ARNOLD WALTERS DAVIES. 

Admitted Feb. 1910, practising at Lampeter. Joined May 5, 1915, as 
2nd Lieut., Royal Engineers (Welsh Field Coy.), promoted Lieut. Dec. 1915, 
and transferred to 438th (Cheshire) Field Coy. Royal Engineers Nov. 1916. 
Served in France and Belgium. 
ARROL EWART DAVIES. 

Admitted Aug. 1913, practising at Tenby, and Milford Haven. Joined 
Jan. 29, 1915, Royal Flying Corps. Discharged unfit April 1915, re-enlisted 
June 1915 Pembroke Yeomanry (T.F.), transferred The Welch Regt. Aug. 
1916, transferred Hampshire Regt. Nov. 1916, attached Royal Engineers, trans- 
ferred Labour Corps for special duty Feb. 1918. Rank on demobilisation O.R. 
Q.M.-Sergeant. Served at Home, Egypt, and Salonica. Invalided with malaria. 

ARTHUR RUSSELL DAVIES. 

Articled to W. P. Davies, of 60 Uxbridge Road, Shepherd's Bush. Joined 
Feb. 17, 1917, as Driver, Royal Horse Artillery. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal 
Garrison Artillery Sept. 1, 1917. Served in France and Belgium Oct. 1917 to 
Nov. 1918. Invalided Home in Nov. 1918. 

DAVID OSWALD DAVIES. 

Admitted April 1896, practised at Dolgelly and Barmouth. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 7th Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers (T.), promoted Capt. 
Aug. 1914. Relinquished commission on account of ill-health May 10, 1916, 
and granted hon. rank of Capt. Served at Home. Died May 21, 1917, as 
result of illness contracted while serving with the Army. 

EDWARD DAVIES. 

Articled to T. B. R. Wilson, of Newport, Mon. Joined Oct. 13, 1914, as 
2nd Lieut., 1st Batt. Monmouthshire Regt. (T.F.), promoted Lieut. 1916, 
transferred to T.F. Reserve Sept. 15, 1916. Served in France. Wounded 
at HohenzoUem Redoubt Oct. 13, 1915. 
EDWARD SMITH THOIMAS DAVIES. 

Admitted Feb. 1914, practising at Bridgend, Glam. Joined Aug. 4, 1914, 
1/5 Batt. The Welch Regt., seconded Machine Gun Corps, rank Capt. Served 
at Gallipoli 1915, Tripoli 1917, Egypt 1917. Wounded GallipoH Aug. 1915. 
Discharged Nov. 1917. 
ERIC DAVIES. 

Admitted Aug. 1914. Managing Clerk with Bristows, Cooke & Carpmael, 
of 1 Copthall Buildings, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Notts 
(Sherwood Rangers) Yeom.anry, promoted Lieut. Sept. 1914, Capt. Nov. 1915. 
Served in Egypt April to Aug. 1915, Gallipoli Aug. to Dec. 1915, Egypt Dec. 
1915 to Feb.^ 1916, Salonica Feb. to Dec. 1916, Palestine and Egypt July 
1917 to May 1919. Wounded Sept. 1915 and Nov. 1917. 

ERNEST HENRY DAVIES. 

Admitted May 1886, practising at IS Great James Street, Bedford Row, 
W.C. Went to France in Jan. 1915 as Volunteer Ambulance Driver for 
British Ambulance Committee, attached 8th Corps French Army, was Com- 
mandant of Section from March to June 1916, when returned to England. 
Joined Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (Anti-Aircraft Corps) in Jan. 1917, 



RECORD OF SERVICE 141 

obtained discharge in Sept. 1918, and returned to Ambulance Section in France, 
as Sous-Chef (2nd in Command) attached to 72nd Div. French Army, and 
remained till discharged on Feb. 13, 1919. Awarded Croix de Guerre (French). 
Served in France with French Army, and at Home. 
EUSTACE ARTHUR DAVIES. 

Admitted March 1904, practising at Cardiff. Joined Sept. 3, 1917, as 
Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). Served in Italy. 

FAIRFAX LLEWELLYN DAVIES. 

Articled to Fairfax Davies, of North Walsham, Norfolk. Joined Sept. 14, 
1914, as Private, 1/6 Cyclist Batt. 6th Norfolk Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in 
same Regt. Oct. 1914, and in July 1916 attached to 2/8 Batt. West Yorkshire 
Regt. as Lieut. Served at Home until Jan. 1917, then until date of death in 
France. Killed on night patrol duty July 8, 1917. 

GEORGE HERBERT OAKLEY DAVIES. 

Admitted Oct. 1909, practised at 62 Old Broad Street, E.C. Served as 
Private, 32nd Batt. London Regt. 
GWYN HOWARD DAVIES. 

Admitted March 1910. Member of Kimber Bull, Howland, Clappe & Co., 
of 6 Old Jewry, E.C. Served as Private, 1st Batt. Hon. Artillery Company. 

HENRY HO^\^LLS DA^^[ES. 

Articled to D. J. Davies, of Cardiff. Joined May 1915, as Private, 3/5 
Batt. The Welch Regt., and attained the rank of Sergeant. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Royal Defence Corps Sept. 7, 1916, promoted Lieut. March 1918, transferred 
to South Wales Borderers April 1919. Served at Home May 1915 to April 1919, 
France and Belgium April to Oct. 1919. 
HUGH VERNON MORRIS DAVIES. 

Admitted April 1910, practising at Guildford. Ser^'ed as Private, 5th 
(Reserve) Batt. The Queen's Royal West Surrey Regt. 

JENKIN ]\IORGAN DAVIES. 

Admitted Feb. 1913, practising at Neath, Glam. Joined May 11, 1916, 
as Driver, Royal Field Artillery, subsequently promoted Bombardier. Served 
in Egypt and Palestine. 
JOHN BERTIE DAVIES. 

Admitted Oct. 1907, practising at Merthyr Tydfil. Joined Nov. 4, 1915, 
as Private, Royal Army Medical Corps. Served in France. 

JOHN NORiMAN DAVIES. 

Articled to Joseph Davies, of Aberystwyth. Joined March 3, 1915, as 
2nd Lieut., 7th Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers, promoted Lieut. June 1916. Served 
in Egypt. 
JOSEPH DAVIES. 

Admitted June 1908, practising at St. Helens, Lanes. Served as Private, 
710th Coy. Royal Army Ser\4ce Corps (M.T.). 

JOSEPH GORDON DAVIES. 

Admitted Oct. 1911. Member of Joseph Davies & Son, of Aberystwyth. 
Joined Jan. 6, 1916, as Gunner in the Royal Field Artillery. Gazetted 2nd 



142 RECORD OF SERVICE 

Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery Dec. 18, 1916, promoted Lieut. June 1918. 
Served in France Feb. 1917 to Dec. 1918. 

NOEL HIER DA VIES. 

Articled to H. G. P. Venables, of Cardiff. Served as 2nd Lieut., 4th 
Welsh Brigade Royal Field Artillery. Promoted Lieut. 

OWEN GILBERT DAVIES. 

Articled to C. P. Yearsley, of Welshpool. Joined Oct. 5, 1914, as Corporal, 
North Wales (University and Public Schools) Batt. 16th Royal Welch Fusiliers. 
Commissioned 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery Nov. 18, 1914, transferred 
to Indian Mountain Battery, commission made permanent May 1915, promoted 
Lieut. July 1916, and subsequently A/Capt. Awarded the M.C. Served on 
North- West Frontier of India 1915 and 1916, also in 1919, East Africa 1917 and 
1918, Mesopotamia 1919. 

PHILIP EDGAR DAVIES. 

Articled to W. F. O. Edmonds, of 13 Clifford's Inn, E.C., and Mortlake. 
Joined 1915, as Private, 3rd Batt. East Surrey Regt. and attained the rank of 
Corporal. Served at Home. Died of blood poisoning at Dover Jan. 1917. 

W^ALTER CRADOC DAVIES. 

Admitted Nov. 1904. IMember of Evan R. Davies & Davies, of Pwllheli* 
Commissioned Lieut. T.F. Reserve Oct. 1915, promoted Temp. Capt. Sept. 1917» 
Served at Home. Appointed Appeal Military Representative March 1916. 

WILLOUGHBY ARLINGHAINI DAVIES. 

Articled to R. H. A. Davies, of Crickhowell. Joined Aug. 9, 1914, as 
Private, Hon. Artillery Company (Infantry). Commissioned Flight Sub- 
Lieut. Royal Naval Air Service July 11, 1915, promoted Flight Lieut. Dec. 1916, 
Flight Commander June 1917, subsequently Capt. Royal Air Force. Served 
in France 1914 to 1915, East Coast Sea Patrols (Seaplanes) 1916 to 1917, 
Instruction Patrols 1918 to 1919. 
ARCHIBALD EDWARD ia:NNETT DAVIES-BUNTON. 

Admitted June 1910, practising at Wareham, Dorset. Joined Sept. 12, 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. Dorset Regt. (T.F.), promoted 1st Lieut. June 
1916, Capt. Feb. 1918, transferred to Royal Air Force April 1918 as Flight 
Lieut. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home Sept. 1914 to Feb. 
1916, India Feb. 1916 to July 1917, Palestine Aug. 1917 to Oct. 1918. Wounded 
Nov. 21, 1917. 
THOMAS HENRY DAVIES-COLLEY. 

Admitted Nov. 1891. Member of Slater, Heelis & Co., of Manchester, 
Mobilised 1914, as Lieut.-Col., 2/6 Batt. Manchester Regt. Served at Home. 

ARTHUR HARVARD DAVIS. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Of Whitchurch. Served as 2nd Lieut., 11th Batt. 
Worcestershire Regt. 

BARNARD BURRELL DAVIS. 

Admitted April 1914, practising at Cannock, Staffs. Joined Sept. 4, 1914, 
as Private, 5th Batt. South Staffordshire Regt. (T.F.), promoted Lance- 
Corporal in Oct., Corporal in Nov. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Sept. 5, 1916, promoted 



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Lieut. March 1918. Served at Home Sept. 1914 to Feb. 1915, Flanders and 
France Feb. 1915 to March 1916, Home May to Oct. 1916, France Oct. 1916 
to Feb, 1917. 
CHARLES HERBERT DAVIS. 

Articled to C. F. Davis, of 15 & 16 Railway Approach, London Bridge, 
S.E. Joined April 1917, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists 
Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 8th Batt. East Surrey Regt. Dec. 17, 1917, 
attached to 7th Batt. The Queen's Royal West Surrey Regt. in France. 
Served at Home and in France. Wounded Aug. 23, 1918, at Albert, France. 
EDWARD WILLIA:M DAVIS. 

Admitted Oct. 1910. Of British Columbia. Served as 2nd Lieut., 10th 
Batt. King's Own Royal Lancaster Regt. 

GUY CLIFTON DAVIS. 

Articled to H. J. Shepard, of 40 Chancery Lane, W.C. Joined Sept. 1914 
as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 7th Batt. Northumber- 
land Fusiliers Feb. 1915, and went to the Front following April, promoted 
Lieut. June 1916. Wounded April 19, 1918. Died in Casualty Station in 
France May 11, 1918. 

JOHN ALBERT DAVIS. 

Admitted Aug. 1913, practising at 227-8 Strand, W.C. Served as 2nd 
Lieut., 1st City of London Brigade Royal Field Artillery. 

JOHN HARVARD DAVIS. 

Admitted Aug. 1909, practising at Cardiff. Enlisted Jan. 19, 1917, as 
Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison 
Artillery (T.F.) Served in France. 

KENNETH JMIES DAVIS. 

Articled to G. J. Davis, of 1 Gresham Buildings, Basinghall Street, E.C. 
Mobilised Aug. 5, 1914, as Private, 5th Batt. City of London Regt. (London 
Rifle Brigade), promoted Sergt. and attached Headquarters 174th Infantry 
Brigade Sept. 5, 1915. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Labour Corps Dec. 5, 1917. 
Served at Home Aug. 1914 to Jan. 1917, and in France Jan. 1917 to May 1919. 

LAWRENCE MICHAEL DAVIS. 

Admitted Jan. 1915. Assistant Solicitor to Port of London Authority, 
Victoria Embankment, E.C. Joined June 26, 1917, as Private, 2/3 County of 
London Yeomanry. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 2/3 County of London Yeomanry 
May 17, 1919. Served at Home. 

LEO EDWIN DAVIS. 

Articled to H. J. Davis, of Liverpool. Joined Sept. 1914, as Lieut., King's 
Liverpool Cadet Batt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. Manchester Regt. 
Jan. 1915. Served at Gallipoli. Killed in action at Krithia durmg Suvla 
Bay operations Aug. 6, 1915. 

REGINALD GEORGE DAVIS. 

Admitted Dec. 4, 1888, practising at 58 Finsbury Pavement, E.C. 
Mobilised Aug. 5, 1914, as Orderly Room Sergeant, 5th Cily of London Batt. 
London Regt. (London Rifle Brigade), promoted Colour-Sergeant Dec. 1914 



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and Regimental Quartermaster-Sergeant June 1918. Served at Home during 
the War with 1st and 2nd Batts. London Rifle Brigade, 101st Provisional 
Batt., 30th and 25th Batts. London Regt.,lst City of London Batt. (London 
Regt.) Royal Fusiliers, and 38th, 39th, and 42nd Batts. Royal Fusiliers. 

RICHARD JOHN DAVIS. 

Admitted Jan. 1900, practising at 35 North End Road, West Kensington, 
W. Joined Jan. 1915, as an A. B., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Granted 
commission as Assistant Paymaster Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve April 6, 

1916, and promoted Paymaster-Lieut. Sept. 1918. Served on Admiralty War 
Staff and Shipping Intelligence Officer, Liverpool. 

SIDNEY GEORGE DAVIS. 

Admitted Nov. 1915. Member of Bulcraig & Davis, of Donnington House, 
Norfolk Street, Strand, W.C. Joined Jan. 1917, as Lieut., Special List Jan. 15, 

1917, transferred Nov. 1917, after being attached to D.R.l/B., War Office, to 
Ministry of National Service, Headquarters, Registration Department, whilst 
unfit for General Service. Awarded O.B.E. Served at Home. 

GEOFFREY CUTHBERT DAVISON. 

Articled to H. C. Davies, of Norwich. Served as Private, Public Schools 
Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 

RICHARD ELMER DAVISON. 

Articled to H. H. Bowyer, of 2 Walbrook, E.C. Joined Nov. 3, 1915, as 
Rifleman, 16th Batt. County of London Regt. (Queen's Westminster Rifles). 
Served at Home, and went to France in June 1916. Killed in a bombing raid 
in Leuze Wood, near Combles, Sept. 10, 1916. 

ROBERT PICICERING DAVISON. 

Admitted May 1913, practising at 26 Bush Lane, E.C. EnHsted Dec. 14, 
1914, as Private, 24th Batt. Royal Fusiliers, discharged permanently unfit 
June 19, 1917. Rejoined voluntarily May 10, 1918, as Cadet, No. 4 Officers 
Cadet Batt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Northumberland FusiHers Jan. 1919. Served 
at Home Dec. 1914 to Nov. 1915, Jan. to April 1916, and Dec. 1916 to Feb. 
1919, and in France Nov. 1915 to Jan. 1916, and April to Dec. 1916. Wounded 
at Givenchy Dec. 28, 1915, and at Beaumont Hamel Nov. 13, 1916. 

EDWARD WILLIAIVI DAVY. 

Admitted July 1905. Managing Clerk with W. H. Davy, of Temple Cloud, 
Somerset. Joined June 1915, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut, in Royal Field Artillery Feb. 1917, afterwards promoted Lieut. 
Served in France. 

HENRY RAA^TLE DAVY. 

Admitted Sept. 1897. Managhig Clerk to Stone, Thomas & King, of Bath. 
Joined 1915, as Private, 5th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Served in France and 
Belgium. Died Oct. 20, 1917, of wounds received in action near Poperinghe 
the day before. 

SAjNIUEL CHARLES DAVY. 

Articled to W. H. Davy, of Temple Cloud, Bristol. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
Royal Scots Fusiliers, promoted Lieut. July 1917. 



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GEORGE COODE DAW. 

Admitted Oct. 1905. Member of Ellis, Peirs & Co., of 17 Albemarle 
Street, W. Joined Aug. 11, 1915, as Sub-Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer 
Reserve, Temp. Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery Aug. 11, 1916, Temp. Capt. 
April 26, 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home. 

REGINALD SAMUEL DAW. 

Admitted Jan. 1904. Member of Nisbet, Daw & Nisbet, of 35 Lincoln's 
Inn Fields, W.C. Joined Oct. 1914 Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted Lieut. 
9th Batt. King's Royal Rifle Corps Nov. 1914, promoted Capt. March 1915. 
Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France. Killed in action at Delville 
Wood Aug. 25, 1916. 

WILLIAM FABYAN BENNETT DAW. 

Articled to Montague Ellis, of 17 Albermarle Street, W. Served as Private, 
14th Batt. County of London Regt. (London Scottish). 

EDWIN POMLEY DAWES. 

Admitted April 1903. IMember of Dawes & Son, of Rye, Sussex. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Capt., 5th (Cinque Ports) Batt. Royal Sussex Regt. Served in 
France Feb. 1915 to June 1915, when returned to England after having been 
buried, suffering from loss of memory, a Provost-Marshal Purfleet Nov. to 
Dec. 1915, Appeal Military Representative in West Sussex March 1915 to 
July 1916. Called upon to resign commission owing to ill-health contracted 
on Active Service Jan. 3, 1918, and retain rank of Capt. 

MICHAEL STILEMAN DAWES. 

Admitted Nov. 1914. Member of Dawes & Sons, of 2 Birchin Lane, E.C. 
Joined March 28, 1916, as Sergeant Instructor, C.U. O.T.C, attached Royal 
Engineers (Signals). Served at Home. 

CHARLES JOHN RANDLE DAWKINS. 

Articled to C. W. M. Price, of 10 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Served as 
2nd Lieut., 9th Batt. The Welch Regt. Killed in France Sept. 25, 1915. 

FREDERICK SAMUEL SHELLEY DAWKINS. 

Articled to Robt. Carter, of 4 Gray's Inn Square, W.C. Joined Feb. 1916, 
as Private, Royal Fusiliers, promoted Lance-Corporal Aug. 1916. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Machine Gun Corps July 28, 1917, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1919. 
Served in France. Taken prisoner and wounded at Kemmel Hill April 25, 1918. 

COLIN AUFRlfiRE DAWSON. 

Articled to William Dawson, of 2 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Joined 
Aug. 14, 1916, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Royal Army Service Corps Oct. 7, 1917. Served at Home, Italy March 1917, 
Salonica May 1917, attached 1st Serbian Army Oct. 1917 to Jan. 1919. 

FRANCIS THOINIAS PRESSLAND DAY. 

Articled to A. J. Darnell, of Northampton. Served as 2nd Lieut., 11th 
Batt. West Yorkshire Regt. 

GEORGE LEWIS DAY. 

Articled to G. D. Day, of St. Ives and Huntingdon. Mobilised Aug. 1914, 
as Lieut., Huntingdonshire Cyclist Batt., served with this Regt. in earlier 



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part of AYar, then in France for 18 months with Gloucestershire Regt., later 
with 3rd Batt. Bedfordshire Regt., attained the rank of Major. Once mentioned 
in Dispatches. Womided near Villers Bretoneaux March 30, 1918. 

HORACE ALFRED DAY. 

Articled to H. D. M. Barnett, of Leicester. Joined Oct. 13, 1914, as Chief 
Petty Officer, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Gazetted Sub-Lieut. Dec. 19, 

1915, Lieut. Royal Marines Aug. 1916, Capt. Dec. 1918. Twice mentioned 
in Dispatches and awarded M.C. Served in Gallipoli May 1915 to Feb. 1916, 
and in France and Belgium April 1916 to May 1919. Wounded Gallipoli June 

1916, and gassed in France March 1918. 

RICHARD DAY. 

Articled to Ben. Day, of Leeds. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., Royal 
Field Artillery (T.) and subsequently attained the rank of Major. Awarded 
the M.C. and Bar. Served in France throughout from the spring of 1915, and 
was in command of his Battery at the Passchendaele Ridge. Killed in action 
Feb. 23, 1918. 

THOMAS FAIRCHILD DAY. 

Admitted March 1907, in practice at Ilfracombe. Joined Aug. 4, 1914, 
as Lieut., Royal Garrison Artillery (T.F.), subsequently promoted to Capt. 

GILBERT WILLIAM DAYNES. 

Admitted July 1906. Member of J. W. C. Daynes, Son & Keefe, of Norwich. 
Mobilised Aug. 5, 1914, as Major, 1st East Anglian Brigade Royal Field Artillery 
(T.). Remained in 1st East Anglian Brigade to Aug. 1916, 533rd Howitzer 
Battery Sept. to Oct. 1916, 95th Brigade Oct. 1916 to July 1918, promoted 
Lieut.-Col. July 1918, with 64th Divisional Artillery Aug. 1918 to Jan. 1919. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to Oct. 1916, 
France Oct. 1916. to July 1918, Home July 1918 to Jun. 1919. Wounded at 
Battle of Arras April 22, 1917. 

GERALD MARMADUKE DE LANGPORT DAYRELL. 

Admitted March 1898. Member of Charles & Dayrell, of 67 Moorgate 
Street, E.C. Served as Major, 5th (Reserve) Batt. Bedfordshire Regt. 

ALFRED STANLEY DEACON. 

Articled to Walter Watts, of Bristol. Joined Aug, 17, 1914, as Private, 
6th Batt. Gloucestershire Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1915 and attached 
to 11th Batt. Gloucestershire Regt., promoted Lieut. July 1915, attached to 
West African Frontier Force, sent to West Coast of Africa in July 1915, served 
through the Cameroon Expedition, returned to England July 1916, attached 
to 3rd Gloucestershire Regt. in Nov. 1916 and sent to France. Killed at 
Assevillers, near Dompierre, Feb. 28, 1917. 

ARTHUR EDWARD COLE DEACON. 

Admitted May 1902. Managing Clerk with Dod, Longstaffe & Fen wick, 
of 16 Berners Street, W. Joined Nov. 1915, as Private, Army Cychst Corps. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 5th (Cinque Ports) Batt. Royal Sussex Regt. Jan. 
1916, appointed Recruiting Officer Feb. 1917, gazetted A/Capt. whilst em- 
ployed as Chief Registration Officer of an Area Oct. 1917, appointed Assistant 



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Legal Adviser, London Region of Ministry of National Service Nov. 1917. 
Served at Home. 

HORACE AUGUSTUS DEACON. 

Articled to Frank Naylor, of Jaspar House, Copthall Avenue, E.C. Joined 
Oct. 1914, as Private, 13th Batt. County of London (Princess Louise's Ken- 
sington) Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Feb. 13, 1915, promoted Lieut. Aug. 15, 
1915, A/Capt. Jan. 1917. Served in France. Wounded at Vimy Ridge, outside 
Lens, April 23, 1917. 

REGINALD WILLIAM JOHN DURAND DEACON. 

Admitted July 1899. Member of Stephens & Wright, of St. Austell, 
Cornwall. Joined Dec. 1914, as Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt., promoted Capt. 
May 1916, Major (Brevet) June 1919. Awarded ]\LC. Served in Gallipoli 
1915, Mesopotamia 1916 (First Kut Relief Expedition), and 1916 to 1917 (to 
Baghdad), India, General Staff, Army Headquarters, 1918, Home, General 
Staff, War Office, 1918 to 1920. 

WALTER JOHN DEACON. 

Admitted April 1910, practising at Peterborough. Joined Nov. 1915, as 
Lieut., East African Veterinary Corps, Lieut. Bang's African Rifles April 1917 
to Dec. 1918. Served in British East Africa. 

CHARLES JOSEPH JOHN KING DEAKIN. 

Admitted June 1914. Managing Clerk with Messrs. Onions & Davies, of 
Market Drayton. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, in Public School Batt., pro- 
moted Sergeant Jan. 1915. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 16th Batt. Middlesex Regt. 
May 1915. Served at Home Sept. 1914 to Nov. 1915, then went to France. 
Died July 2, 1916, from wounds received on July 1, 1916, at Beaumont Hamel in 
Battle of Somme. 

CHARLES FREDERICK ELLIS DEAN. 

Admitted Nov. 1902. Member of Pulman & Dean, of Lutterworth and 
Rugby. Joined Dec. 31, 1914, as Private, 19th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. Lincolnshire Regt. March 28, 1917, promoted Lieut. 
Sept. 1918. Served in France. Wounded Dec. 31, 1915. 

LEONARD LAWSON DEAN. 

Articled to his father, A. H. Dean, of Manchester. Passed into Sandhurst 
and was gazetted 2nd Lieut. Loyal North Lancashire Regt. April 1917. Killed 
in action Oct. 3, 1918. 

FREDERICK LLEWELYN DEANE. 

Admitted Aug. 1908. Member of Wilson & Deane, Bracknell, Berks. 
Joined 1915, as Private, 15th Batt. County of London Regt. (Civil Service 
Rifles). Served at Home and in France. Killed in action on the Somme 
Sept. 15, 1916. Buried at Bazentin-le-Grand. 

HENRY JOHN DEANE. 

Admitted May 1897, practising at Loughborough. Joined Aug. 5, 1914, 
as Private, 5th Batt. Leicestershire Regt., promoted Sergeant Sept. 1914. 
Gazetted Lieut, and Quartermaster Leicestershire Regt. Sept. 15, 1914, 



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promoted Capt. and Quartermaster Sept. 1917, transferred to T.F. Reserve 
Nov. 1917. Served at Home. 

REGINALD SLEIGHT DEARDEN. 

Articled to H. S. Thompson, of Harrogate. Joined Sept. 1914, as 
Private (University and Public Schools Batt.), 21st Royal FusiHers, went 
to France in Nov. 1915 as Divisional Cyclist with 33rd Division, and in May 
1916 joined as a bomber 1st Batt. Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). Killed in 
action in the Battle of the Somme July 16, 1916. 

CHARLES DEARDS. 

Admitted Jan. 1907. Member of Leoni & Deards, of 31 Bedford 
Row, W.C. Joined Sept. 1916, as 2nd Lieut., No. 19 Kite Balloon Section 
Royal Flying Corps, subsequently promoted to Lieut. Royal Air Force. Served 
in France. Died at No. 8 General Hospital, Rouen, Oct. 5, 1918, of blood 
poisoning sustained after a descent in a parachute. 

ERNEST ARTHUR DE BLTIIATTE. 

Admitted March 1910. Member of de Buriatte & Bowen, of 7 Ely Place, 
E.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., Royal Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. Feb. 1916, 
Temp. Capt. on Staff at Malta Jan. 1919. 

WILLIAM DE CAUX. 

Admitted April 1905, practised at 10 Staple Inn, W.C. Joined Sept. 1914 
Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Norfolk Regt. Dec. 9, 1914, 
promoted Lieut. Feb. 1915, Capt. Oct. 1915. Served at Home and in France. 
Killed in action at the Battle of the Somme Sept. 15, 1916. 

VIVIAN DEER. 

Admitted July 1910. Member of Deer & Deer, of Port Talbot. Joined 
Aug. 29, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 7th Batt. The Welch Regt., promoted Lieut. 
April 29, 1915, attached 6th Batt. The Welch Regt. May 1917, promoted 
Capt. June 1917. Served on East Coast Aug. 1914 to May 1917, France 
May 1917 to Sept. 1918, Home Sept. 1918 to March 1919. 

ESM]£ MORTON DE FLEURY. 

Articled to Oswald Hanson, of 44 Hammersmith Road, W. Joined 
March 1916, as Cadet, Bristol University O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal 
Flying Corps May 1917, Sub-Lieut. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve July 1918. 
Served at Home and at Sea. 

JOHN BERKELEY DE FONBLANQUE. 

Articled to R. S. Taylor, of 5 Gray's Inn Square, W.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
Worcestershire Regt., and subsequently promoted Lieut. 

CURT GUSTAV DEHN. 

Admitted March 1906. Member of Dunderdale and Dehn, of 85 London 
Wall, E.C, and Manchester. Joined July 1916, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3rd Wiltshire Regt. March 1, 1917, Station Staff Officer 
Allahabad, India, May 1918, promoted Lieut. Sept. 1918. Served in England 
July 1916 to July 1917, India Sept. 1917 to Dec. 1918. 



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REGINALD DE KUSEL. 

Admitted Feb. 1911, practised at 24 Austin Friars, E.C. Served as 2nd 
Lieut., 48th Brigade Royal Field Artillery. 

JAMES LOMBARD DE LA COUR. 

Admitted Nov. 1913. Of 45 Redcliffe Gardens, South Kensington. Served 
as Lieut., 16 Batt. London Regt. 

WILFRED LAWSON DELL. 

Admitted March 1911, practising at 17-18 Basinghall Street, E.C. Joined 
Nov. 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company (Infantry), promoted Corporal 
Dec. 1915, Signal Sergeant June 1916. Commissioned in King's Own Yorkshire 
Light Infantry June 1917, appointed Assistant Adjutant May 1918, promoted 
Lieut. Dec. 1918. Served on Western Front April 1915 to Jan. 1917, and 
Aug. 1917 to Jan. 1918. 

ROBERT COVENTRY DENBY. 

Admitted April 1907, practising at Coventry. Served as 2nd Lieut., Royal 
Army Service Corps, promoted Lieut. Nov. 1917. 

REGINALD IVESON DENHAM. 

Admitted Feb. 1913, practising at 170 Piccadilly, W. Mobilised Aug. 1914, 
as Capt., Royal Engineers, promoted Major June 1916. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served with Mediterranean Expeditionary 
Force Feb. to Oct. 1915, British Expeditionary Force June 1916 to Nov. 
1917, and Italian Expeditionary Force Nov. 1917 to Nov. 1918. 

GEORGE WILLIAM DENMAN. 

Admitted Nov. 1912. Member of Edwin Boxall & Kempe, of Brighton. 
Served as 2nd Lieut., Royal Garrison Artillery. 

THOMAS HIERCY DENMAN. 

Admitted Dec. 1888. Of East Retford. Served as Major, Territorial 
Reserve, attached 8th Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters) (T). 

WILFRID DENNES. 

Articled to his father, E. T. M. Dennes, of 22 Chancery Lane, W.C. Served 
as 2nd Lieut., Royal Field Artillery, and subsequently promoted Capt. 
Awarded the M.C. and Bar. Killed in action March 21, 1918. 

HENRY LARDNER DENNYS. 

Admitted Dec. 1907. Of Hong Kong. Served as Lieut. (A/Capt.), 3rd 
Chinese Coy. Labour Corps. 

CYRIL ASTON DENVER. 

Admitted May 1901. Member of Cox & Co., 17 Towxr Royal, Cannon 
Street, E.C. Joined Aug. 21, 1916, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps 
(M T.), promoted Lieut. Feb. 1918. Served in France Aug. 1916 to Feb. 1918, 
Belgium Feb. to Dec. 1918, Germany Dec. 1918 to Feb. 1919. 

HORACE FREDERICK DENVER. 

Admitted June 1902. Managing Clerk with Messrs. Reeves, of 42 Old 
Broad Street, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Sergeant, Middlesex Hussars 



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(1st County of London Yeomanry), promoted Sergeant-Major 1915. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 12th Batt. Cheshire Regt. Feb. 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1917. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to April 1915, in 
Egypt, Galhpoh, and Salonica Feb. 1916 to July 1917. Wounded at Battle 
of Chocolate Hill, Gallipoh. Killed July 13, 1917, at Horse Shoe Hill, 
Salonica. 

ALAN DE PENNINGTON. 

Admitted March 1911, practised at Blackburn. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
4th Batt. East Lancashire Regt. 

GERALD LISLE ALEXANDER DE ROUGEMONT. 

Articled to, and INIanaging Clerk with, E. F. Turner & Sons, 115 Leadenhall 
Street, E.C. Joined March 1916, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.), 
and subsequently promoted Corporal. Served with the Salonica Expeditionary 
Force. Died Aug. 10, 1919, of malaria contracted while on active service. 

ARTHUR DANIEL DERVICHE- JONES. 

Admitted Dec. 1897, practised at Liverpool. Served as Private, 10th 
Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. (Liverpool Scottish), and subsequently obtained 
a commission in the 1st Batt. Liverpool Regt., transferred to the King's Own 
Royal Lancaster Regt., and attained the rank of Capt. Mentioned in Dispatches^ 
Awarded the D.S.O. and Bar, and the M.C. 

JOHN LINDSAY DEUCHAR. 

Admitted Feb. 1912, practised at Knutsford. Served as 2nd Lieut.> 
Machine Gun Corps, promoted Lieut. June 1918. 

ROLANT) ELLIS DE VESIAN. 

Admitted Dec. 1884, practised at 8 Old Jewry, E.C. Served as Major, 
Musketry Instructor 36th Infantry Brigade, and subsequently as Lieut.-CoL 
8th (City of London) Batt. London Regt. (Post Office Rifles). 

THOMAS VALENTINE DEVEY. 

Admitted March 1910, practised at Newcastle-on-Tyne. Served as 
Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison 
Artillery April 8, 1918. 

HATTON BERTRAM ST. JOHN DE VINE. 

Admitted Jan. 1909, practised at Tipton, Staffs, until 1911. Ordained 
and appointed Curate at Birmingham Cathedral. Appointed Chaplain to the 
Forces and attached to the West Riding Regt., and subsequently to a Scottish 
Regt. Killed April 27, 1916. 

FERAY VULLIAMY DEVONSHIRE. 

Articled to Sir John J. Stavridi, of 40 Old Broad Street, E.C. Mobilised 
Aug. 5, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Middlesex Hussars (1st County of London 
Yeomanry), 2nd Lieut. 7th (Queen's Own) Hussars March 1916, attached Royal 
Air Force July 1917, Flight-Commander Nov. 1917. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Served at Home until April 1915, at Gallipoli 1915, Egypt 1916, 
India 1916 to 1917, Mesopotamia Nov. 1917, Afghan War 1919. Killed in action 
Afghan Border July 20, 1919. 



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GILBERT DEWAR. 

Admitted May 1909, practising at 353 Strand, W.C. Joined Sept. 5, 1914, 
as Private, Hon. Artillery Company. Commissioned 2nd Lieut. Royal Army 
Ordnance Corps March 1917, promoted Lieut. June 1917, A/Capt. Jan. 1919. 
Served in France Dec. 1914 to March 1917, and in Italy March 1917 to 1920. 

ARTHUR AUGUSTUS BLATHWAYT DEWING. 

Admitted Nov. 1906. Member of Welchman & Dewing, of Wisbech. 
Joined Jan. 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. Royal Sussex Regt. (T.). Served in 
France. Injured in accident — run do\vn by W.O. lorry, result of which left 
leg amputated. Discharged Nov. 1916. 

CHARLES ESMOND DE WOLFF. 

Articled to A. B. Watson, of 12 Bouverie Street, Fleet Street, E.C. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 5th (C.P.) Royal Sussex Regt. Nov. 7, 1914, attached Royal Army 
Ordnance Department June 1915 as Lieut., promoted Capt. Oct. 1916, Major 
May 1918, Lieut. -Col. Feb. 1919. Three times mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded C.B.E. and O.B.E. (Military Division). Served at Home, Salonica 
(whole time to end of War with Bulgaria and Turkey), and South Russia 
(British Military Mission). 

CHARLES DIBDIN. 

Articled to R. W. Dibdin, of 23 Red Lion Square, W.C. Joined Nov. 23. 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps, promoted Lieut. Jan. 6, 1915. 
Served in France July 1915 to Nov. 1917. 

CEDRIC CHARLES DICKENS. 

Admitted Nov. 1913. Managing Clerk with Coward & Hawkesley, Sons & 
Chance, of 30 Mincing Lane, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 13th Batt. 
County of London Regt. (Kensington), promoted Major Dec. 1915. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home, in Belgium, and in France. 
Wounded at Laventie Feb. 22, 1915. Killed in action at Linge Wood (Battle 
of the Somme) Sept. 9, 1916. 

ARTHUR GEORGE DICKINS. 

Admitted Feb. 1906. Member of Hunt & Dickins, of Nottingham. Joined 
Jan. 10, 1918, as Air Mechanic, Royal Flying Corps. Served at Home. 

ARNOLD VICTOR DICKINSON. 

Articled to F. E. Forster, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Joined Oct. 1914, as 
Cadet, Durham University O.T.C. Commissioned 2nd Lieut. 7th Batt. Durham 
Light Infantry Aug. 23, 1915, promoted Lieut. Aug. 1917. Served at Home 
Oct. 1914 to June 1916, and in France June 1916 to Feb. 1918. Wounded at 
Ypres Feb. 12, 1918. Discharged Sept. 21, 1918, on account of wounds. 

CHARLES LEMPRIERE HERBERT DICKINSON. 

Articled to C. D. Heaton, of Burslem. Served as Lieut., 3rd Batt. Leicester- 
shire Regt. 

FRANK DICKINSON. 

Admitted Jan. 1911, practised at Leicester. Served as Private, 4th Batt. 
Leicestershire Regt. 



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HAROLD CROWTHER DICKINSON. 

Admitted Jan. 1909. Member of John Dickinson & Son, of Wakefield. 
Served as Chief Petty Officer, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 

JAMES DICKINSON. 

Admitted April 1912. Member of Thomas Cooper & Co., and Stibbard 
Gibson & Co., of 21 Leadenhall Street, E.C. Served as Capt., Royal Field 
Artillery. 

JOHN DANIEL DLTNCAN DICKINSON. 

Admitted July 1901. Of Petrograd, Russia. Served as Private, Royal 
Army Medical Corps. 

JOHN HERBERT DICKINSON. 

Admitted Dec. 1892, practising at St. Helens, Lanes. Served as Capt., 
5th Batt. South Lancashire Regt., and subsequently promoted Major. 
Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 

JOHN ROBERT DICKINSON. 

Articled to John Gardner, of Liverpool. Served as Trooper, Duke of 
Lancaster's Own Yeomanry, subsequently obtained a commission in the 
8th Batt. King's Own Royal Lancaster Regt. and attained the rank of Capt. 
Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. and Bar. 

LEONARD TAYLOR DICKINSON. 

Admitted April 1911. Member of J. L. Dickinson & Sons, of Weston- 
super-Mare. Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, North Somerset Yeomanry. Served 
in France and Belgium. Killed in action at Vlamertinghe, Belgium, Nov. 17, 
1914. 

RICHARD DICKINSON. 

Admitted Nov. 1905. Of Manchester. Served as Lance-Corporal, Royal 
Welch Fusiliers. 

RONALD FRANCIS BICKERSTETH DICKINSON. 

Admitted July 1910. With Hill, Dickinson & Co., of Liverpool. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Capt., 10th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. (Liverpool Scottish). 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France and Belgium. Killed in 
capture of German trenches at Hooge on June 16, 1915. 

THOMAS ARTHUR DICKINSON. 

Articled to Henry A. May, of Wolverhampton. Joined Inns of Court 
O.T.C. May 1915, subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. 6th Batt. South Stafford- 
shire Regt. Served in France. Killed in action at Battle of Somme July 1, 
1916. 

ARTHUR HUBERT DICKSON. 

Admitted April 1910. Member of W. J. Dickson & Sons, of Kirkham. 
Granted commission 2nd Lieut. Loyal North Lancashire Regt. Sept. 1914 
and attached to the 47th Regimental District as Recruiting Officer, subse- 
quently transferred from Kirkham to Preston. Died Oct. 7, 1915. 

FREDERIC LIVINGSTONE DICKSON. 

Admitted June 1905. Member of Challinors & Dickson, of Hanley. 
Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Cheshire Brigade Royal Field Artillery 



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(T.), promoted Lieut. Sept. 1914, Capt. Feb. 1915. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Served at Home till 1917, Egypt July to Sept. 1917, Palestine 
Sept. 1917 to Armistice. 

GERALD HECTOR DICKSON. 

Admitted Aug. 1904. Member of Buck & Dicksons, of Preston. Served 
as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. Loyal North Lancashire Regt., and subsequently 
attained the rank of Capt. 

JOSEPH WILLIAM EDMUND DICKSON. 

Articled to Edmund Dickson, of Garstang, Lanes. Joined Oct. 10, 1914, 
as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. Seaforth 
Highlanders Jan. 13, 1915, promoted Lieut. Feb. 1916, Capt. June 1918. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in France, Mesopotamia, 
Palestine, India, and Egypt. Wounded June 21, 1915, July 6, 1916, and 
May 21, 1917. 

VINCENT HAMILTON DICKSON. 

Admitted June 1899. Member of Dickson, Barnes & Dickson, of Chester. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Major, Cheshire Brigade Royal Field Artillery (T.F.), 
served with Cheshire Brigade until July 1917 and with 330th Brigade Nov. 21, 
1917, to May 1919, A/Lieut. -Col. Jan. to Feb. 1919. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. and T.D. Served in France Nov. 1915 
to Feb. 1916 and Nov. 1917 to May 1919, Egypt and Palestme Feb. 1916 to 
July 1917. 

WILLIAM HERBERT DICKSON. 

Admitted Feb. 1901, practising at Chippenham. Joined 14th Batt. 
County of London Regt. (London Scottish) in 1916 and was later attached 
to an O.T.C. at Gales. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Loyal North Lancashire Regt. 
Killed in action in France, June 7, 1917. 

ESSEX LOFTUS DIGBY. 

Admitted Feb. 1904, practised at Cardiff. Served as 2nd Lieut., 296th 
Brigade Royal Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. July 1917. 

MALCOLM ALEXANDER MELDON DILLON. 

Admitted April 1914, practising at Liverpool. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 

PERCY ETTY DIMES. 

Admitted Nov. 1901, practising in Solicitor's Department, London County 
Council. Joined Nov. 1915, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. 
(Artists Rifles), promoted Lance-Corporal June 1916, Corporal Nov. 1916, 
transferred to Royal Flying Corps Aug. 1917, Sergeant Instructor in Aerial 
Gunnery Dec. 1917. Served at Home Training Stations. 

JOHN FRANCIS DOUGLAS DIMOCK. 

Admitted Feb. 1912. Member of Mee & Co., of Retford. Joined Sept. 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., 8th Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters), 
promoted Lieut. Nov. 1915, Capt. June 1916, A/D.A.Q.M.G. 59th D.H.Q. 
Oct. 1918 to May 1919. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded O.B.E. 
(Military Division). Served at Home, Ireland, and in France. 



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HUGH KENNETT DINN. 

Admitted Aug. 1909. Member of Dinn & Son, of 2 Gresham Buildings, 
Basinghall Street, E.C. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, 5th City of London 
Batt. London Regt. (London Rifle Brigade). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. King's 
Royal Rifle Corps April 1, 1915, promoted Lieut. Oct. 1916. Served at Home 
Sept. 1914 to May 1915, and Oct. 1915 to Oct. 1919, France June to Oct. 
1915. Wounded at Loos Sept. 25, 1915. 

ROBERT MALAM DIX. 

Admitted Feb. 1904, practising at Cranbourn Street, W.C. Joined 
April 1916, as Lieut., General List, promoted Capt. Jan. 1917, Major Aug. 1918, 
transferred to Royal Army Service Corps July 1918. Twice mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded the O.B.E. (Military). Served at Home, with E.E.F. 
Sept. 1917 to May 1918, Army of the Rhine May 1918 to Oct. 1919. 

ARTHUR CARLYNE NIVEN DIXEY. 

Admitted July 1913, practising at Barrow-in-Furness. Served as Lieut., 
4th Batt. East Lancashire Regt. 

BURLEIGH HARRY JOHN DIXON. 

Admitted Aug. 1896. Of Redland, Bristol. Enlisted June 3, 1915, as 
Private, 4th Batt. Gloucestershire Regt. Served in France. 

CLIVE DIXON. 

Articled to J. A. Dixon, of Gateshead. Joined Aug. 15, 1918, as Cadet,. 
Royal Field Artillery. 

CYRIL IVIAXFIELD DIXON. 

Articled to P. K. Wake, of Sheffield. Mobilised Aug. 1914 and served as 
Lieut., 4th Batt. York and Lancaster Regt. (Hallamshire Rifles). Killed in 
action in France Aug. 30, 1915. 

FRANCIS DIXON. 

Admitted July 1902. Member of Peckover, Scriven & Co., of Leeds. 
Joined Oct. 19, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 1st Batt. Herefordshire Regt., promoted 
Temp. Capt. Jan. 1915, A/Capt. July 1917, attached 234th Infantry Batt. 
as Lieut. Aug. 1917, and to King's Shropshire Light Infantry Oct. 1917. Served 
at Home and in France. Severely wounded at Nesle March 25, 1918. 

JAMES MAURICE DIXON. 

Admitted April 1913. Member of Jacobs, Dixon & Sons, of Hull. Joined, 
as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, and promoted Bombardier, subsequently 
transferred as Cadet to the Royal Garrison Artillery Cadet School, Maresfield 
Park, Sussex, and gazetted 2nd Lieut. April 1919. 

JOHN HARRISON DIXON. 

Admitted Jan. 1912. Member of Dixon, Ward & Dixon, of 1 Lancaster 
Place, Strand, W.C. Joined Nov. 1916, as Gunner, Royal Horse Artillery. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery May 1917, promoted Lieut. Nov. 
1918. Served with Salonica Expeditionary Force. 

PETER SYDENHAM DIXON. 

Admitted June 1905. Formerly Assistant Solicitor to C. B. Hodgson, of 
Carlisle, Clerk of the Peace for Cumberland, and afterwards of Hong Kong. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 155 

Joined the Hong Kong Volunteers in 1914. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 7th Batt. 
Royal Sussex Regt. May 1916, promoted Lieut. 1917. Served at Home, in 
Belgium, and in France. Killed near Albert, France, 1918. 

EDGAR STANBURY DOBELL. 

Articled to J. P. Dobell, of Plymouth. Joined Nov. 9, 1915, as Private, 
Coldstream Guards, promoted Corporal Sept. 1918, Sergeant Feb. 1919. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home 1915, France and Belgium 1916, 
1917 and 1918, Germany 1919. 

REGINALD CRAWSHAW DOBSON. 

Admitted June 1906. Member of Hewson, Goodall & Dobson, of Leeds. 
Joined Jan 3, 1916, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Royal Garrison Artillery (S.R.) Sept. 28, 1916, promoted A/Capt. Oct. 1917, 
Substantive Lieut. March 1918, A/Major Oct. 1918. Awarded the M.C. Served 
in France and Belgium with 23rd Siege Battery. 

THOMAS KING DOBSON. 

Admitted Nov. 1909, practising at Thornaby-on-Tees. Joined Nov. 1914, 
as Private, Hon. Artillery Company (Infantry). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. (S.R.) 
Royal Garrison Artillery July 1, 1915, promoted Lieut. 1917, A/Capt. 1918. 
Served at Home, France March to May 1915, Dardanelles Sept. 1915 to 
Evacuation, Egypt Jan. to April 1916, Salonica April to Aug. 1916. Wounded 
near Ypres May 22, 1915. 

ARTHUR LEIGH DODD. 

Articled to T. H. & T. Dodd, of Preston. Served as Private, King's 
Liverpool Regt. 

CHARLES LEONARD DODD. 

Admitted Sept. 1912, practising at Liverpool. Served as Lance-Corporal, 
7th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. 

WILFRID THOMAS DODD. 

Admitted Oct. 1909. Member of Miller, Taylor & Holmes, of Liverpool. 
Served as Capt., Western Army Troop Signal Coy. Royal Engineers (T.), and 
subsequently promoted Major. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
the D.S.O. 

GEORGE HEPPLE DODDS. 

Admitted Dec. 1910, practised at Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Served as 
Lieut., Northumbrian Divisional Royal Engineers (T.), promoted Capt. 
June 1916. 

FRED STANLEY DODSON. 

Admitted March 1907, practising at Taunton. Joined Sept. 21, 1914, as 
Lieut., Somerset Light Infantry, promoted Capt. Dec. 1914, Major June 1917. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France and England. 

BENJAMIN DODSWORTH. 

Admitted Nov. 1906. Member of Gray & Dodsworth, of 1 Bank Buildings, 
Princes Street, E.C., and York. Served as Capt., Territorial Force Reserve,, 
attached to the American Mission at Tours. 



156 RECORD OF SERVICE 

LEONARD LUMLEY SAVAGE DODSWORTH. 

Articled to W. S. Haniiam, of Leeds. Served as 2nd Lieut., 12th Batt. 
West Yorkshire Regt. 

GEORGE NEWBOULD DODWORTH. 

Admitted Nov. 1901, practising at Sheffield. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as 
Capt., Royal Engineers (T.F.), promoted to Major Nov. 1914. Once mentioned 
in Dispatches. Served in France 1914, 1916, and June 1918 to Feb. 1919, 
Gallipoli March to Sept. 1915. 

LEO DOHERTY. 

Admitted Feb. 1911. Member of Shippey, Earley & Doherty, of Man- 
chester. Joined May 29, 1916, as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, subse- 
quently promoted Corporal. Served at Home. 

REGINALD CHAMBERLAIN DOIDGE. 

Admitted Feb. 1913, practised at Ashton-under-Lyne. Joined 1914, as 
Private, South Notts Hussars (T.). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Lancashire Fusiliers, 
and subsequently promoted to Capt. Accidentally killed at Calonne, France, 
on March 2, 1916, consequent on the explosion of a defective bomb as he was 
instructing his Company. 

KENNETH VERE DOLLEY^IORE. 

Admitted April 1905. Member of Richardson, Sadlers & Callard, 3 St. 
James's Street, S.W. Joined Dec. 13, 1914, as A.B., Royal Naval Volunteer 
Reserve. Gazetted Sub-Lieut. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Nov. 27, 1915, 
promoted Lieut. Nov. 1917, and Adjutant Dec. 1918 to March 1919. Served 
at Home for Anti- Aircraft Work. 

JOHN COLIN DOMINY. 

Admitted Dec. 1902. Member of Robins, Westlake & Dominy, of South- 
ampton. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, with 5th Batt. Hampshire Regt. Sailed for 
India Oct. 9, 1914, in rank of Capt., became Major June 1916. Served in India, 
Afghan War 1919. 

FRANK DOMVILLE. 

Articled to Arthur Browne, of Warrington. Served as Private, 11th Batt. 
King's Royal Rifle Corps. 

MALCOLMSON GARDINER DONAHOO. 

Admitted Feb. 1901, practised at 28 St. Swithin's Lane, E.C. Joined 
Oct. 8, 1914, as Private, Sportsman's Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Obtained 
commission as 2nd Lieut. 8th Batt. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry 
Feb. 21, 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1916, A/Capt. Aug. 1916. Awarded 
the M.C. Served in France Aug. 1915 to Jan. 1917. Died of wounds Jan. 
31, 1917. 

STUART BURTON DONALD. 

Admitted July 1902, practising at Union Bank Buildings, Ely Place, E.C. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut,, Kent Cyclist Batt. (T.F.), promoted 
Capt. Dec. 1914, attached 5th Batt. East Kent Regt. (The Buffs) (T.F.) 
June 1916. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to Aug. 1916, and Sept. 1916 to Jan. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 157 

1917, France Aug. to Sept. 1916, Greece, Turkey, Bulgaria, Rumania (Salonica 
Army) Jan. 1917 to April 1919. Wounded Sept. 1916. 

ARTHUR LESLIE DONALDSON. 

Articled to B. D. Webster, of Newton Abbot. Served as Lieut., 13th Batt. 
Rifle Brigade. 
NEVILE SAVAGE DONE. 

Admitted Dec. 1904. Managing Clerk with Speechly & Co., of 10 New 
Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Joined June 1916, as Private, London University 
O.T.C., and in Sept. 1916 transferred as Private to 16th Batt. County of London 
Regt. (Queen's Westminster Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 6th Batt. Royal 
Fusiliers March 1917, attached 22nd Batt. Served at Home June 1916 to Feb. 
1917, and in France Feb. to March 1917, Killed in action at Irles, Somme, 
March 10, 1917. 

EDMUND RUSSELL DONISTHORPE. 

Admitted Dec. 1891. Member of Donisthorpe & Co., of Swan House, Gt. 
Swan Alley, E.C. Joined Sept. 1914, as Lieut., 2/1 Bucks Batt. Ox. and Bucks 
Light Infantry, Capt. Dec. 1914, O.C. Company R.D.C., O.C. Troops Coventry, 
Law Officer Winchester. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home. 

WILLIAM RALPH DONNE. 

Articled to T. F. Ivens, of Kidderminster. Served as Trooper, Queen's 
Own Worcestershire Yeomanry, and afterwards as Lieut. Warwickshire Regt., 
attached 2nd Batt. Shropshire Light Infantry. 

ROY HOLDSWORTH DORE. 

Admitted Nov. 1913. Managing Clerk with Paterson, Candler & Sykes, 
of 8 Bream's Buildings, E.C. Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 9th (Service) Batt. The Welch Regt. Sept. 1914. Served 
at Home. Discharged Jan. 1915. 

GEOFFREY CHARLES HERBERT DORMAN. 

Articled to C. H. Dorman, of 23 Essex Street, W.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
Royal Engineers, promoted Lieut. July 1917. 

HERBERT DALE DOUBLE. 

Admitted Nov. 1903. Member of Alfred Double & Sons, 91 Fore Street, 
E.C. Joined June 29, 1917, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps Aug. 26, 1917. Served at Home. 

HENRY KENNETH DOUGLAS. 

Admitted Oct. 1911. Member of Cooper & Co., of Newcastle, Staffs. 
Joined Jan 14, 1915, as Sub-Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, pro- 
moted Lieut. 1916, Lieut.-Commander 1918. Served at Gallipoli, Salonica, 
and in France. Wounded in Gallipoli Dec. 11, 1915. Invalided out of the 
Army Oct. 1918. Died from tuberculous disease contracted whilst on Active 
Service on May 22, 1919. 

JOHN MALCOLM DOUGLAS. 

Admitted July 1905. Member of Adam Douglas & Son, of Alnwick 
and Amble. Joined Nov. 23, 1915, as Private, Royal Army Medical Corps, 
appointed A/Corporal Feb. 1918. Served at Home. 



158 RECORD OF SERVICE 

MALCOLIM GORDON DOUGLAS. 

Admitted June 1906, practised at 6 Old Jewry, E.C. Served as Capt. and 
Adjutant, Hon. Artillery Company, and promoted Major Nov. 1916. Three 
times mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. and M.C. 

JACK MILDRED DOULTON. 

Articled to R. W. B. Buckland, of 23 Bush Lane, E.C. Served as Private, 
Public Schools Batt. Middlesex Regt. 

JOHN BULLOUGH DOUTHWAITE. 

Admitted Feb. 1906, practised at Lancaster. Enlisted Oct. 1914 in 
the Royal Army Service Corps. Died of malaria at Nairobi, East Africa, 
Vv^hilst serving. 

KENNETH TOWNLEY DOWDING. 

Articled to H. M. Crookenden, of 3 New Square, Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. 
Joined Aug. 7, 1914, as Private, 5th City of London Batt. London Regt. 
(London Rifle Brigade). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. The Queen's Royal West Surrey 
Regt. Jan. 12, 1915, promoted Lieut. June 1915, joined Royal Flying Corps 
Sept. 1915, promoted Capt. May 1916, Major Jan. 1917, Capt. Royal Air Force 
Feb. 1918, Squadron Leader Aug. 1918. Awarded the D.F.C. Served in 
France March to Dec. 1916 and May to Aug. 1918, and in Italy Nov. 1917 
to Jan. 1918. 

FREDERICK HENRY DOWKER. 

Admitted April 1902. Managing Clerk with Wainwright & Co., 9 Staple 
Inn, W.C, and afterwards of Southern Rhodesia. Joined Oct. 3, 1914, 
as Private, 23rd (1st Sportman's) Batt. Royal Fusiliers, promoted Lance- 
Corporal 1915. Served in France. Killed in capture of Delville Wood 
July 29, 1916. 

ARTHUR EDWARD DOWLEY. 

Admitted April 1902. Member of Geo. Brown, Son & Vardy, 56 Finsbury 
Pavement, E.C. Joined May 1916, as Rifleman, 3/5 City of London Batt. 
London Regt. (London Rifle Brigade), promoted Lance-Corporal Oct. 1916. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 5th (Reserve) Batt. East Surrey Regt. (T.F.) April 1917, 
attached 8th Batt. July 1917, promoted Lieut. Oct. 1918. Awarded the M.C. 
Served at Home, in Belgium, and in France. 

RALPH PATRICK O'BRIAN DOWLING. 

Admitted July 1909, practised at Ilkley. Served as Lance-Corporal, Duke 
of Wellington's West Riding Regt. 

THOMAS DOWLING. 

Admitted April 1895, practising at Bishop Auckland. Mobilised Aug. 6, 
1914, with rank of Major, Royal Army Service Corps, promoted A/Lieut.- 
Col. Jan. 1916, reverted to rank of Major Dec. 1916, promoted Lieut.-Col. 
Aug. 1917, to date from June 2, 1916. Three times mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded O.B.E. (Military Division) and Belgian Croix de Guerre. Served 
at Home Aug. 1914 to April 1915 and Dec. 1915 to Dec. 1916, Belgium and 
France April to Dec. 1915, Dec. 1916 to Nov. 1917, and March to Dec. 1918, 
Italy Nov. 1917 to March 1918. Germany Jan. to July 1919. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 159 

FRANCIS PATTON DOWN. 

Admitted March 1899. Member of Down, Scott & Down, of Dorking. 
Joined Nov. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., The Queen's Royal West Surrey Regt., trans- 
ferred to Royal Garrison Artiiler}^ Nov. 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1917, 
Capt. Feb. 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home Nov. 1914 
to Oct. 1916, and at Salonica Oct. 1916 to June 1919. 

ERIC LIDIARD DOWNEY. 

Admitted Jan. 1913, practising at Croydon. Served as 2nd Lieut., 10th 
Batt. Suffolk Regt., and subsequently promoted to Capt. 

HAROLD CORBETT DOWNING. 

Admitted Dec. 1906. Member of Downing & Handcock, of Cardiff. 
Joined Oct. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. The Welch Regt. (T.F.), promoted 
Lieut. Nov. 1915, Capt. June 1916. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served 
at Home Oct. 1914 to Sept. 1915 and Sept. 1917 to March 1919, Gallipoli 
Sept. to Dec. 1915, Egypt and Palestine Dec. 1915 to Aug. 1917. Wounded 
Gaza March 26, 1917. 

HUMPHREY DOWSON. 

Articled to Walter Dowson, of 19 Surrey Street, W.C. Enlisted Aug. 1914 in 
the Hon. Artillery Company. Received a commission as 2nd Lieut. King's Royal 
Rifle Corps Nov. 11, 1914, promoted Lieut, in 15th Batt. March 1915, Capt. 
9th Batt. Aug. 1916. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 
Served in France. Reported wounded and missing, and eventually considered 
killed in the Battle of the Somme Sept. 15, 1916. 

NOEL CECIL DOWSON. 

Admitted June 1908. Member of Dowsons, of 18 Adam Street, Adelphi, 
W.C. Joined Aug. 16, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps, pro- 
moted Lieut. Dec. 1915, A/Capt. and Adjutant Nov. 1917. Once mentioned 
in Dispatches. Served in GallipoU 1915, Egypt 1916 and 1917, France 1918. 

SYDNEY HOUGHTON DOWSON. 

Admitted Dec. 1909. Of West Meon, Hants. Joined Sept. 1914, as 
Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists' Rifles). Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 1st Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt. July 1915, subsequently A/Capt. 
General List. Awarded the M.C. Served in France Jan. 1915 to April 1918. 
Wounded June 1916. 

ARCHIBALD STANLEY DRABBLE. 

Admitted Nov. 1913, practising at Wirksworth. Served as Private, Public 
School Corps, and subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. Machine Gun Corps. 

HERBERT HARDY DRABBLE. 

Admitted Feb. 1911, practising at Sheffield. Joined Dec. 17, 1914, as 
2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. York and Lancaster Regt (T.F.), promoted Lieut. Aug. 
1915, A/Capt. Nov. 1915, Substantive Capt. Aug. 1916. Served in France 
and Belgium. Wounded Nov. 11, 1917. 

FRANCIS HUBERT DRAKE. 

Admitted Feb. 1913, practising at Haslemere, Surrey. Joined April 13, 
1915, as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, promoted 



160 RECORD OF SERVICE 

Lieut. July 1, 1917, Capt. (local rank) from Jan. 1918. Served in Mesopotamia 
and India. 

FREDERIC AUGUSTUS DRAKE. 

Admitted June 1907. Member of Williams & James, Norfolk House, 
Thames Embankment, W.C. Joined June 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Warwickshire 
Yeomanry, promoted Capt. and Adjutant 1917. Served at Home and Egypt 
and Palestine. Wounded in Battle of Gaza April 1917. Drowned in the 
sinking of H.M.T. Leasowe Castle, torpedoed off Alexandria, May 27, 1918, on 
the Regt. returning to England en route for France. 

CONRAD HAMPDEN DRAYTON. 

Admitted Dec. 1908, practising at 6 Bond Court, Walbrook, E.C. Served 
as Major, Home Counties Royal Army Service Corps. 

ROBERT HARRY DRAYTON. 

Articled to Roberts & Andrew, of Exeter. Served as Sergt., 2nd Batt. 
Public School Corps. 

JOHN HENRY DRESSER. 

Admitted E. 1875. Member of Dresser & Earl, of 89 Chancery Lane, 
W.C. Served as Major, Home Counties Royal Army Service Corps (T.). 

ALFRED LIONEL DREW. 

Admitted Oct. 1911. Member of Nisbet, Drew & Loughborough, of 
23 Austin Friars, E.C. Joined Aug. 8, 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company 
(Infantry). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps June 23, 1915, 
promoted Lieut. Aug. 1915, Capt. Sept. 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served at Home. 

JOHN HAWORTH DRIVER. 

Admitted Nov. 1910, practising at Guiseley, near Leeds. Joined Dec. 5, 
1915, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. Loyal 
North Lancashire Regt. March. 1, 1917, promoted Lieut. Sept. 1918. Served 
in France April 1917 to Oct. 1917. Wounded July 28, 1917, and Oct. 26, 1917. 

GEOFFRY TREINIENHEERE DRUITT. 

Articled to James Druitt, of Bournemouth. Mobilised Aug. 1914 with 
7th Batt. Hampshire Regt., promoted Capt. (Temp.) Sept. 1914, Capt. 
(Substantive) June 1916, detached from Regiment on Staff duties 1916 and 

1917, D.A.A. and Q.M.G. Presidency Brigade, Calcutta, Oct. 1916 to Jan. 

1918. Served in India 1914 to 1918, Aden Field Force 1918 to 1919. 

JAMES VICTOR DRUITT. 

Admitted Oct. 1910. Managing Clerk with J. & W. H. Druitt, of Bourne- 
mouth. Mobilised Aug. 5, 1914, as Capt., 7th Batt. Hampshire Regt. Served 
at Home. 

ROBERT EVERARD DRUITT. 

Admitted April 1908, practising at Christchurch, Hants, and Bourne- 
mouth. Joined Sept. 14, 1914, as Capt., 8th Batt. Middlesex Regt. (T.F.), with 
11th Batt. July 1916 to Jan. 1917, 7th (Reserve) Batt. March to Oct. 1917, 
23rd Cheshire Regt. Oct. 1917 to Feb. 1919, A/Major July 1918 to Feb. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 161 

1919. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in Gibraltar Feb. to Aug. 
1915, Egypt Sept. 1915 to May 1916 (Senassi Campaign Nov. 1915 to May 
1916), France May 1916 to Jan. 1917 and May 1918 to Feb. 1919. 

THOMAS HENRY DUCKHAM. 

Admitted May 1911, practising at 5 Verulam Buildings, Gray's Inn, W.C. 
Served as Lieut., 4th Welsh Brigade Royal Field Artillery, and subsequently 
promoted Capt. 

ORLANDO HARRY DUCKSBURY. 

Articled to A. C. Dickson, of Preston. Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, 
5th Batt. King's Own Royal Lancaster Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Loyal 
North Lancashire Regt. Sept. 1915. Served in France. Wounded in May 
1915 and again in 1916, when taken prisoner. 

GEORGE REGINALD JOSEPH DUCKWORTH. 

Articled to T. H. Clarke, of Preston. Joined Oct. 2, 1914, as Private, 
21st Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Commissioned to 7th (Special Reserve) Batt. 
Royal Fusiliers July 7, 1916, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1918. Served at Home 
and France. Wounded at Beaumont Hamel, Nov. 13, 1916. Taken prisoner 
in the withdrawal on March 23, 1918, near Leschelles and Rocquegney. 

WILLIAM DUCKWORTH. 

Admitted Dec. 1909, practised at Liverpool. Enlisted, as Private, 10th 
(Scottish) Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. Served in France. Died Sept. 17, 
1918, of illness contracted on service. 

HARVEY STEEVENS DUDER. 

Admitted Dec. 1898. Assistant Prosecuting Solicitor for the City of 
Liverpool. Joined Nov. 30, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 8th (Irish) Batt. King's 
(Liverpool) Regt., subsequently attained the rank of Major. Served in 
France. Killed in action July 31, 1917. 

ERIC WHITTINGTON DUDLEY. 

Admitted Aug. 1908. Managing Clerk with Parker, Garratt & Co., St. 
Michael's Rectory, Cornhill, E.C. Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery 
Company. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 13th Batt. Royal Sussex Regt. Dec. 1915. 
Missing from June 30, 1916, at Richbourg, Belgium. 

SAMUEL HUGH DUFF. 

Admitted Jan. 1907, practised at Pljmiouth. Served as Private, Devon- 
shire Regt., and subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. 8th Batt. Devonshire Regt. 
Awarded the M.C. 

CLEMENT BERNARD DUI^. 

Articled to Horace Duke, of 18 & 19 Ironmonger Lane, E.C. Joined 
Nov. 1916, as Private, Royal Army Ordnance Corps. Served in France with 
Nos. 8 (Medium) and 32 (Light) Ordnance Mobile Workshops. 

DOUGLAS ST. JOHN DUKE. 

Admitted April 1901. Member of HoUoway, Blount & Duke, of 24 
Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Served as Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve 
^Motor Boat Patrol). 



162 RECORD OF SERVICE 

HORACE DUKE. 

Admitted June 1906. Member of F. Duke & Son, of 18 & 19 Ironmonger 
Lane, E.C. Joined April 10, 1917, as Air-Craftsman, 2nd Grade, Royal Naval 
Air Service, transferred to Royal Air Force April 1918, promoted Corporal 
July 1918. Served at Home. 

JOSEPH DUKE. 

Admitted May 1900, practising at Ilminster. ]\Iobilised Aug. 1914, as 
Lieut., 1/5 Batt. Somerset Light Infantry, promoted Temp. Capt. Oct. 1914, 
Substantive Capt. June 1916, Staff Capt. (Alexandria District) Feb. 1918 
to Sept. 17, 1919. Created officer of " The Order of the Nile " and Knight of 
" The Order of the Cro\^Ti of Italy." Served at Home Aug. to Oct. 1914, 
in India Nov. 1914 to April 1917, and in Palestine and Egypt May 1917 to 
Sept. 1919. 

FINLAY DUN. 

Admitted May 1888. Member of Gill, Archer, Maples & Dun, of Liverpool. 
Joined Oct. 2, 1914, as Capt., 10th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. (Liverpool 
Scottish). Served at Home. Discharged Nov. 1, 1916. 

ERNEST BOLTON DUNCAN. 

Admitted June 1907. Managing Clerk with F. A. C. Redden, of 17 
Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W. Joined Jan. 5, 1916, as Private, Inns of 
Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. London Regt. Dec. 19, 1916, 
promoted Lieut. June 1918, A/Capt. Oct. 1917. Served at Home. 

JAMES FERGUS DUNCAN. 

Admitted Dec. 1894, practising at 3 Coleman Street, E.C. Joined Aug. 4, 
1914, as Lieut., Royal Horse Artillery, promoted Major Feb. 1915, Lieut. - 
Col. April 1915. Three times mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. 
Served in France. 

WALTER DL^TAN. 

Admitted June 1912. Managing Clerk mth Alsop, Stevens, Crooks & Co., 
of Liverpool. Mobilised, as Private, 6th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. at out- 
break of War. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 8th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. Nov. 1914, 
promoted Lieut. Jan. 1916, Lieut. Home Intelligence Staff Aug. 1918. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France. Taken prisoner at Guillemont, 
Aug. 8, 1916. Escaped from Liidingshafen on Rhine and crossed Dutch 
Frontier Feb. 5, 1918. Died of pneumonia Dec. 19, 1918. 

ROBERT WILLIAM LAYARD DUNLOP, CLE. 

Admitted April 1893. Of Bombay. Served as Lieut. -Col. commanding 3rd 
(Reserve) Batt., 14th Batt. County of London Regt. (London Scottish), and 
subsequently of the Royal Horse and Royal Field Artillery. Mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. 

CECIL WILLIAM DUNTs^ 

Admitted April 1888. Member of S. B. Cohen, Dunn & Co., of Audrey 
House, Ely Place, E.C. Joined Aug. 1914, as Petty Officer, Royal Naval 
Volunteer Reserve, London Division. Commission as Assistant Pajrmaster 
Jan. 1915, Staff Paymaster Aug. 1915, Paymaster Lieut. -Commander Oct. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 163 

1917. Served at Royal Naval Depot, Crystal Palace, and Royal Naval 
Barracks, Portsmouth, Staff Officer on the Permanent Staff. 

JOHN ROBERT COLLARD DUNN. 

Admitted Aug. 1911, practised at Porth, Glamorgan. Joined Sept. 6, 
1914, as Private, 1/5 Batt. The Welch Regt. (T.). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 1/5 
Batt. The Welch Regt. (T.) April 15, 1915. Served at Home and at Gallipoli. 
Killed in action at Suvla Bay Aug. 10, 1915. 

BERTRAM RICHARD DUNNING. 

Articled to W. T. M. Snow, of Exeter. Joined Sept. 18, 1914, as Private, 
Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 10th Batt. Devonshire Regt, Sept. 22, 1914, 
promoted Lieut. March 1914, Capt. April 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served in France Sept. to Dec. 1915, and in Macedonia Dec. 1915 to June 
1919. 
STUART CHARLES STEPHEN DUNPHY. 

Admitted Jan. 1909, practising at Llandudno. Joined Jan. 26, 1915, as 
Staff-Sergeant-lNIajor, Royal Army Service Corps. Served at Home, in France, 
and in North Russia. 

REGINALD MARTIN DUNSFORD. 

Admitted Oct. 1908, practised at Southampton. Joined Oct. 1914, as 
Private, 16th Batt. County of London Regt. (Queen's Westminsters). Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery March 2, 1915, promoted Lieut. June 1916, 
Capt. Aug. 1918, posted to 16th Siege Battery. Served in France. Died on 
leave, septic pneumonia, Oct. 1918. 

CHARLES HINTON DU PRE. 

Admitted Dec. 1905. Member of Foyer & Co., of 26 Essex Street, W.C. 
Served as Lieut., Royal Army Ser\dce Corps. Mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded the M.C. 

WILLIAM jNIAITLANT) DURANT. 

Articled to C. F. L. Clarke, of Bristol. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 1/6 
Batt. Gloucestershire Regt. Oct. 15, 1914, promoted Lieut. June 1916, 
A/Capt. Machine Gun Corps June 1917, Capt. Gloucestershire Regt. March 1918. 
Served in France May 1915 to Sept. 1917 and May to June 1918. Gassed 
May 29, 1918. 

ERIC ALEXANDER OGILVIE DURLACHER. 

Articled to E. J. Bellord, of Waterloo Place, S.W. Enhsted Aug. 1914 in 
Universities and Public Schools Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
(Reserve of Officers) May 1915, attached 4th Batt. Worcestershire Regt., pro- 
moted Capt. April 1917. Awarded the M.C. Served in France. Killed at 
Croiselles, France, May 20, 1917. 
GUY DURNFORD. 

Admitted June 1907. Member of Durnford & Son, of 9 King's Bench Walk, 
Temple, E.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. London Regt. Royal Fusiliers. 

BERNARD HARRY DURRANT. 

Articled to L. C. Miller, of Norwich. Joined Oct. 1, 1914, as Private, 2/4 
Batt. Norfolk Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 10th Batt. Norfolk Regt. Oct. 21, 



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1915, 2nd Lieut. INIachine Gun Corps April 10, 1916, Lieut. Machine Gun Corps 
May 1917, Lieut. 37th Div. Signal Company Royal Engineers July 1918. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home Oct. 1914 to 
Oct. 1916, and in France Oct. 1916 to Jan. 1919. 

FRANK WILLIAM DUST. 

Admitted Oct. 1912. Member of Alderson, Son & Dust, of Sheffield. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 3rd West Riding Brigade Royal Field Artillery 
(T.), promoted Capt. March 1915, Major Dec. 1916. Awarded the M.C. Served 
in England Aug. 1914 to March 1915, and in France and Belgium March 1915 
to April 1917. Killed in action at Lens April 23, 1917. 

CHARLES DUTTON. 

Articled to James Dutton, of Bolton. Joined Sept. 3, 1914, as Private, 
Public Schools Batt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 10th Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers 
Sept. 26, 1914. Killed in action in France July 7, 1916. 

HARRY ST. JOHN DUTTON. 

Admitted March 1899. Member of James Dutton & Son, of Bolton. 
Joined Jan. 17, 1917, as 2nd Lieut., 12th Batt. Loyal North Lancashire Regt., 
promoted Lieut. July 1918. Served in Palestine July 1917 to May 1918, France 
June to Nov. 1918. 

HUGH THOMPSON DUTTON. 

Admitted May 1910, practising at Chester. Joined May 26, 1916, as 
Gunner, Antrim Royal Garrison Artillery, promoted to Bombardier Nov. 1916, 
transferred to Intelligence Police, Sept. 1917, Sergeant Intelligence Police Dec. 
1917, Sergeant Royal Fusiliers Jan. 1919. Served in Ireland May 1916 to Sept. 
1917, France Sept. 1917 to Jan. 1919, England Jan. to March 1919. 

RICHARD DUTTON. 

Articled to H. P. May, of Blackpool. Joined Jan. 1915, as Private, Public 
Schools Batt. Royal Fusiliers, appointed 2nd Lieut. Royal Flying Corps 
Sept. 6, 1916. Served in France. Killed while flying in Belgium, Aug. 19, 1917. 
Interred at Oudenberg l^s Ostende, Belgium. 

TOM DUERDIN DUTTON. 

Admitted Sept. 1916. Of 80 Rochester Row, S.W. Mobilised Aug. 5, 
1914, as Rifleman, 16th Batt. County of London Regt. (Queen's Westminster 
Rifles). Served in France and Belgium. 

CHARLES NETTELTON DYER. 

Admitted June 1905. Of Croydon. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., "A" 
Battery, Hon. Artillery Company. Served in Egypt, on Suez Canal, May 1915 
to Jan. 1916 and March to July 1916, and on North- West Frontier Jan. to 
March 1916. Died of enteric fever in Stationary Hospital, Suez, July 14, 1916. 

EDWARD ARNOLD DYER. 

Admitted Jan. 1896, practised in Canada. Joined Oct. 1914, as A/Capt., 
Remount Department, 1st Canadian Contingent, transferred as Lieut, to 
9th Batt. Shropshire Light Infantry Feb. 1915, attached 1st Batt. Border 
Regt. for GalUpoli May 1915. Served at Gallipoli May and June 1915. Killed 
in action at Gallipoli June 28, 1915. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 165 

HENRY LIONEL DYMOKE. 

Articled to K. Hunnybun, of Huntingdon. Served as 2nd Lieut., Hunting- 
donshire Cyclist Batt., and subsequently attained the rank of Capt. 

HUGH EDWARD LUBBOCK DYNE. 

Admitted April 1911. Managing Clerk with St. Barbe Sladen & Wing, 
of 7 Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster. Joined Sept. 2, 1914, as Private, 28th 
Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. 
The Queen's (T.F.) Oct. 29, 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1917, attached 1st 
Batt. The Queen's Nov. 1917. Served at Home Sept. 1914 to Nov. 1917, and 
in France Nov. 1917 to Jan. 1919. 

ERIC DYSON. 

Articled to T. A. Dyson, of Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. Lincolnshire Regt. (T.F.), promoted Lieut. 
Dec. 1914. Served in France and Belgium Feb. to May 1915. Wounded 
May 20, 1915. Gazetted out on account of ill-health Nov. 5, 1917. 

WILLIAM ELLIS DYSON. 

Admitted March 1898. Member of Bingley & Dyson, of Sheffield. Joined 
March 24, 1916, as Private, 3/5 Batt. York and Lancaster Regt., appointed 
Sergeant Sept. 1916. Served at Home. 

JOHN IRELAND EAGER. 

Articled to P. G. Eager, of Horsham, Sussex. Joined May 8, 1918, as 
Sapper, Royal Engineers. Served at Home. 

GUY TRYON EAGLETON. 

Articled to John Eagleton, of 40 Chancery Lane, W.C. Served as Private, 
Hon. Artillery Company. Subsequently obtained commission in Royal 
Horse and Royal Field Artillery and promoted Lieut. 

ARTHUR NOEL EALAND. 

Admitted July 1908. Member of Houchen, Greenland & Co., of Thetford, 
Norfolk. Joined April 1915, as Ambulance Driver, Red Cross Society, and 
served in France. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th Dragoons June 1917, and in Feb. 
1918 transferred to Royal Air Force as 2nd Lieut, in Wireless Section. Acci- 
dentally killed July 15, 1918, during a testing flight of wireless telephony. 

FRANCIS DAW SHERBROOKE EALES. 

Admitted Oct. 1914, practised at 61 Carey Street, W.C. Served as 2nd 
Lieut., 9th Batt. Leicestershire Regt. Reported missing, believed killed. 

LLEWELLYN EARDLEY EARDLEY-SIMPSON. 

Admitted Nov. 1914. Of Derby. Mobilised with Territorial Force 
Reserve, promoted Capt. 4th North Midland (Howitzer) Brigade Royal Field 
Artillery (T.F.) July 1915, Major April 1918. Served at Home Feb. 1915 to 
March 1918, France March 1918 to May 1919. 
JOHN WILLIAM ARTHUR EARLE. 

Admitted Aug. 1914. Member of Earle, Sons & Co., of Manchester. 
Joined Dec. 1, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Irish Guards, promoted to Lieut. (A/Capt.). 



166 RECORD OF SERVICE 

FREDERICK ARCHIBALD EAST. 

Articled to F. J. East, of 127 Moorgate Station Chambers, E.C. Joined 
May 8, 1916, as Private, 2nd Batt. Hon. Artillery Company. Served in France 
and Italy. Died at 22nd Field Ambulance, Asiago, Italy, from wounds received 
in action. 

REGINALD CHARLES EASTERBROOK. 

Admitted Nov. 1914. Managing Clerk with Hodding & Jackson, of 
Salisbury. Joined April 1917, as 2nd Lieut,, Royal Army Service Corps (H.T.), 
transferred to Camel Transport Corps as Lieut. Nov. 1918. Served in 
Egypt and Palestine. 

CHARLES MORTIMER EASTLEY. 

Articled to C. H. Eastley, of Paignton. Joined Sept. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
4th Wessex Brigade, Royal Field Artillery (T.F.), promoted Lieut. June 1916, 
transferred to Royal Flying Corps Oct. 1916. Served in India 1914 to 1917, 
Egypt 1917, India 1917 to 1918, Baluchistan 1918, Aden 1918, Egypt 1919, 
India and Afghan operations 1919. 

JOHN EDWARD EASTLEY. 

Articled to J. B. Eastley, of Paignton, Devon. Joined Aug. 11, 1914, as 
2nd Lieut., promoted Temp. Lieut. Sept. 1914, Temp. Capt. Aug. 1915. Joined 
6th Batt. Somerset Light Infantry, and went overseas with this Battalion. 
After being wounded, served in various Reserve Batts. of the Somerset Light 
Infantry and eventually served as Staff-Capt. of the 193rd Infantry Brigade. 
Served in France from May to Sept. 1915. Wounded Sept. 19, 1915. 

HAROLD EASTON. 

Admitted Jan. 1900. Member of Gale & Easton, of Hull. Joined Oct. 
1914, as Lieut., East Riding Royal Garrison Artillery, promoted Capt. 
Oct. 1915. Served in England and Ireland to Nov. 1918, and in France 
Nov. 1918 to Feb. 1919. 

CHRISTOPHER WILLIAM EASTWOOD. 

Admitted Nov. 1905, practising at Blackburn. Served as Private, 677th 
Employment Company. 

FREDERICK EAVES. 

Admitted Oct. 1908, practising at Lancaster. Served as Capt., 5th Batt. 
King's Own Royal Lancaster Regt., and attained the rank of Lieut. -Col. 
Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. 

HAROLD CHARLES EAVES. 

Admitted July 1902, practising at Birmingham. Served as Private, 639th 
(H.S.) Employment Coy. 

GEORGE STRACHAN JOHN FULLER EBERLE. 

Admitted Oct. 1906. Member of Bevan, Hancock, Boucher & Eberle, of 
Bristol. Served as Major, South Midland Divisional Royal Engineers (T.). 
Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. 

ALEXANDER EDDY. 

Admitted Feb. 1904. On Staff of Solicitor to L. & N.W. Ry. Co., Euston 
Station. Joined Oct. 1914, as A.B., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Anti- 



RECORD OF SERVICE 167 

Aircraft Corps (London), promoted Chief Petty Officer Feb. 1915. Gazetted 
Sub-Lieut. Oct. 6, 1918. Served in London and Home Waters. 

EDWARD MURRAY CHARLES EDE. 

Admitted June 1912. Member of Ede & Jeans, of 50 Bedford Row, W.C. 
Served as 2nd Lieut., 7th (Service) Batt. South Wales Borderers. Subsequently 
transferred to South Staffordshire Regt. and attained the rank of Capt. 

IVAN JAIVIES EDELL. 

Articled to J. F. Edell, of King Street, Cheapside, E.C. Joined Nov. 9, 
1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field 
Artillery (T.F.) Sept. 25, 1915, promoted Lieut. June 1916. Awarded the 
M.C. Served in France May 1916 to July 1917, Salonica Aug. 1918 to Feb. 
1919. Wounded July 22, 1917. 

ROBERT GERALD EDGAR 

Admitted Feb. 1911. Member of Boote, Edgar, Grace & Rylands, of 
Manchester. Joined March 9, 1909, as 2nd Lieut., 1/6 Batt. Manchester 
Regt. (T.F.), promoted Lieut. Aug. 1914, Capt. Aug. 1914. Served in Egypt 
and at Gallipoli. Killed in the attack on Achi Baba, Gallipoli, June 4, 1915. 

ALBERT HENRY EDGINGTON. 

Admitted Sept. 1905, practised at Worcester, and aftersvards went to 
Australia. Joined Aug. 10, 1914, as Private, First Australian Naval and 
Military Expedition. After six months service at German New Guinea 
returned to Sydney and rejoined for service April 1915, went to Egypt, then to 
the Dardanelles as Private 4th Batt. Australian Imperial Force. Died of 
dysentery and gastritis at Mudros Aug. 20, 1915. 

EDWARD FRANCIS COPPENHALL EDLESTON. 

Admitted Nov. 1901, practised at Stafford. Attested Dec. 4, 1915. 
Proceeded to France Sept. 1916 as Signaller 166th Siege Battery, Royal 
Garrison Artillery. Wounded Sept. 19, 1918. 

ROBERT RAINFORD EDLESTON. 

Admitted July 1898, practising at Crewe, Cheshire. Served as Gunner, 
Roj^al Garrison Artillery. 

JOE ED]\IANSON. 

Articled to C. J. F. Atkinson, of Otley. Joined July 1, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 
King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Served in France. Killed on Somme 
July 3, 1916. 

ROBERT EDMOND. 

Admitted Feb. 1909. Managing Clerk with Birdsall, Cross & Black, of 
Scarborough. Joined Aug. 1917, as Sub-Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer 
Reserve, serving in Auxiliary Patrol, transferred to Salvage Section Jan. 
1918, promoted Lieut, and Assistant Salvage Officer June 1918. Awarded 
O.B.E. (Military Division). Served in England (part time afloat). 

EDWIN ARTHUR EDMONDS. 

Admitted April 1900, practising at Broadway House, Walham Green, S.W. 
Joined Aug. 21, 1916, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.) Gazetted 



168 RECORD OF SERVICE 

2nd Lieut. Nov. 20, 1916, promoted Lieut. May 1918. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Served in France. 

CYRIL ARTHUR EDMONDSON. 

Articled to F. J. Mote, of 1 South Square, Gray's Inn, W.C. Joined 
Sept. 1914 Royal Naval Division. Commissioned Feb. 1915 as Sub-Lieut., 
promoted Full Lieut. 1916. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at 
Gallipoli and in France. Killed in action Nov. 13, 1916. 

FRANCIS TRIVETT EDMUNDS. 

Admitted Oct. 1913, practised at Bournemouth. Served as Corporal, 
9th Batt. Hampshire Regt. 

CHARLES ROBERT EWBANK EDMUNDSON. 

Admitted Feb. 1914. Of Masham and Ripon, Yorkshire. Enlisted 
Sept. 1914, as Private, Middlesex Regt. and ten days later was given a 
commission and attached to the 8th Batt. Yorks. and Lancashire Regt., 
promoted Lieut. Jan. 1915, Capt. Feb. 1915. Awarded a posthumous M.C. 
Killed on the Somme July 1, 1916. 

ERIC JAMES EDWARD. 

Admitted July 1905. Member of Edward & Childs, 11 Great St. Helen's, 
E.C. Joined Nov. 9, 1914, as Chief Petty Officer, Royal Naval Volunteer 
Reserve (London A.A.C.). Sub-Lieut. June 1915, Lieut. Nov. 1915, transferred 
at own request to Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery April 1917. Served in France 
1915, at Sea, H.M.S. City of Oxford, Dover Patrol, Grand Fleet, Battle Cruiser 
Force 1916 to 1917, France 1917. Taken prisoner at Cambrai Nov. 30, 1917. 

ARTHUR EDWARDS. 

Admitted Dec. 1903, practised at 57 Moorgate Street, E.C. Joined Oct. 
1914, as Private, 5th City of London Batt. London Regt. (London Rifle Brigade). 
Subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. East Kent Regt. (The Buffs). Served in 
France. Wounded at Ypres May 1915. Killed at Ypres June 15, 1917. 

ARTHUR TREVELLYN EDWARDS. 

Articled to L. Morgan, of Cardiff. Joined Jan. 15, 1915, as Private, 21st 
(Service) Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Machine Gun Corps 
Sept. 5, 1916. Served in France and Belgium. Wounded at 3rd Battle of 
Ypres July 31, 1917. Discharged June 30, 1918. 

CYRIL ERNEST EDWARDS. 

Admitted April 1915. Member of E. Edwards & Son, of East Ham, E., 
and 21 College Hill, E.C. Joined Dec. 4, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Fusiliers, 
promoted Capt. Sept. 1916, Major July 1917, A/Brigade-Major 124th 
Infantry Brigade April to June 1918. Three times mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O., M.C, and Croix de Guerre avec Palmes 
(French). Served at Home Dec. 1915 to May 1916, France May 1916 to Nov. 
1917, and Feb. to Dec. 1918, and in Italy Nov. 1917 to Feb. 1918. 

EDGAR MAURICE EDWARDS. 

Articled to F. S. Pearson, of Bimiingham. Served as 2nd Lieut., South 
Midland Division Royal Army Service Corps, and attained the rank of Capt. 
Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 169 

ERIC WILSON EDWARDS. 

Admitted Feb. 1915. Member of Braikenridge & Edwards, 16 Bartlett's 
Buildings, E.C. Joined Jan. 8, 1916, as Temp. 2nd Lieut., The Queen's Royal 
West Surrey Regt., promoted Lieut. April 1917, A/Capt. Sept. 1917. Served 
in France, on the Somme during autumn and winter of 1916; took part 
in Battle of Arras Easter 1917. Killed at Chapel Hill, near Gouzeaucourt, 
Nov. 30, 1917. 

FREDERICK HENRY EDWARDS. 

Admitted July 1902, practising at Swansea. Served as Capt., 1st Welsh 
(Howitzer) Brigade Royal Field Artillery, and subsequently promoted Major. 

GERALD BRACTON EDWARDS. 

Articled to G. W. Edwards, of Liverpool. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as 
2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. The King's Liverpool Regt., promoted Lieut. Aug. 8, 
1914, Capt. June 1916, seconded to Signal Service from Nov. 1913 to April 
1917, restored to 5th Batt. The King's Liverpool Regt. April 1917. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in France. Taken 
prisoner near Festubert April 9, 1918. 

HAROLD MOLYNEUX EDWARDS. 

Admitted Oct. 1904. Member of Weidon & Edwards, of 10 New Broad 
Street, E.C. Joined Sept. 3, 1914, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps, 
promoted Sergeant Sept. 1914. Gazetted Lieut. Royal Naval Air Service 
1917, promoted Capt. Royal Air Force 1918. Served in France and Flanders 
Sept. 1914 to Jan. 1915. 

JOHN VERNEY EDW^ARDS. 

Articled to Ernest Kammerer, of Llanelly. Joined Nov. 1914, as Trooper, 
2nd Pembroke Yeomanry, transferred July 1915 to Inns of Court O.T.C. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers Aug. 4, 1916, promoted 
Lieut. Feb. 1917. Served at Home, in France, and in North Russia — Murman 
Coast and Archangel. Gassed Sept. 1917. 

OWEN BYDDER EDWARDS. 

Admitted Oct. 1907, practising at Holyhead. Joined Sept. 29, 1914, as 
Capt., 22nd Batt. The Rifle Brigade. Served in Egypt and Salonica. 

PATRICK HARRINGTON EDWARDS. 

Admitted Jan. 1898. Member of Harrington, Edwards & Cobban, of 
33 Southampton Street, Strand, Vv.C. Joined Oct. 6, 1914, as Sub-Lieut., 
Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, promoted Lieut. June 1915, Lieut. -Commander 
Dec. 1915, Commander Dec. 1917. Three times mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded the D.S.O. and Bar, the Croix de Guerre, and the Order of St. Vladimir 
and the Order of St. Anne. Served in Egypt (Defence of Suez Canal), Gallipoli 
landing and evacuation, Stavros (Salonica), France, Raid on Zeebrugge 
in H.M.S. Vindictive ; at sea. Archangel, Onega, and Pinega Fronts. Wounded 
twice in Gallipoli, once in France, and once at Zeebrugge. 

PERCY JOHN EDWARDS. 

Admitted May 1900, practised at Woking. Served as 2nd Lieut., Royal 
Dublin Fusiliers, and subsequently promoted Lieut. 



170 RECORD OF SERVICE 

TREVOR LOUIS EDWARDS. 

Admitted Nov. 1910. Member of Harrington, Edwards & Cobban, 
33 Southampton Street, Strand, W.C. Joined Sept. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Royal 
Marine Light Infantry (Plymouth Batt.), promoted Lieut. 1915, Capt. 1916. 
Served in Egypt (Defence of Suez Canal), Gallipoli, and in France. Killed in 
action at Passchendaele Oct. 26, 1917. 

WILLIAIM GERALD HO^^^:LL POWELL EDWARDS. 

Articled to F. Kinder, of 25 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Served as 2nd 
Lieut., Sussex Yeomanry. 

WILLIA^I RICHARD EDWARDS. 

Admitted Dec. 1899, practised at Aberdare. Served as Sergeant, Royal 
Fusiliers. 
ZACHARIAH BENJAMIN EDWARDS. 

Admitted June 1912. Member of Ernest Simmons & Co., of 199 Piccadilly, 
W. Served as 2nd Lieut., 24th Batt. County of London Regt. 

montaglt: flmiank edyvean. 

Admitted May 1905, practising at Bodmin, Cornwall. Mobilised Aug. 5, 
1914, as Capt., 5th Batt. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry (T.F.). Served 
at Home. 
N0R:\IAN EDYVEAN- walker. 

Articled to C. H. Fuller, of Rugby. Joined Sept. 15, 1914, as Private, 
19th Batt. Royal Fusiliers, promoted Corporal 1915. Received commission in 
same Regiment July 1, 1915. Served at Home and in France. Wounded 
Aug. 9, 1916, Somme Battle. 

THOMAS MACDONALD EGGAR. 

Admitted Nov. 1907, practising at Winchester House, E.C., and Brighton. 
Joined Aug. 25, 1914, as Private, 14th Batt. London Regt. (London Scottish). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same Batt. April 7, 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1916, 
Capt. Dec. 1917, seconded to Royal Flying Corps as Staff Officer and Temp. 
Capt. July 1916, promoted Major April 1918, and Lieut.-Col. Sept. 1918. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded O.B.E. Served in England and France. 
Wounded Nov. 9, 1914, and Oct. 13, 1915. 

JOHN FOLEY EGGINTON. 

Articled to W. H. Egginton, of Birmingham. Joined Dec. 2, 1915, as 
Gunner, Royal Field Artillery, posted to 89th Battery, 16th Brigade, promoted 
A /Bombardier June 1917. Granted commission in Indian Army June 7, 1918, 
and posted to 2/11 Rajputs, posted to 12th Special Reserve Batt. April 1919, and 
appointed Adjutant, A /Capt. May 1919, promoted Temp. Lieut. (A/Capt.) 
June 1919. Served in India, North- West Frontier. 

CLIFFORD CAUNT ELBORNE. 

Admitted March 1914. Member of Elborne & Son, of Nottingham. 
Joined Sept. 6, 1914, as Private, 9th Batt. King's Royal Rifle Corps, and 
attained the rank of Sergeant. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 18th Batt. Notts and 
Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters) Oct. 20, 1915, transferred to 13th Batt. 
Yorkshire Regt. May 1916, attained the rank of Capt. Served in France. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 171 

JAMES MATTHEWS ELDRIDGE. 

Admitted Feb. 1906, practising at Oxford. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, 
7th Batt. Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry. Gazetted Lieut. 7th Batt. Royal 
Berkshire Regt. Oct. 10, 1914, promoted Capt. Dec. 1914, appointed Adjutant 
Dec. 1914, Major Oct. 1917, 2nd in command 14th Batt. King's Liverpool 
Regt. May 1918. Served in France 1915 and 1918, Macedonia 1915 to 1918. 
ROBEY JAMES ELDRIDGE. 

Admitted April 1904. Member of James Eldridge & Sons, of Ryde, 
Cowes, and Newport, Isle of Wight. Joined Oct. 24, 1916, Hants Yeomanry 
(Cyclists), promoted Corporal. Appointed A/Paymaster Army Pay Depart- 
ment Nov. 1918. Served at Home. 
CHRISTOPHER JOHN ELGIE. 

Admitted July 1897, practised at West Hartlepool. Served as Capt., 
Royal Garrison Artillery. 
VIVIAN ARTHUR ALSAGER ELGOOD. 

Articled to C. A. Elgood, 218 Strand, W.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 
Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 19th Batt. London Regt. 
Oct. 3, 1914, promoted Lieut. May 1915, Capt. Aug. 1918. Awarded the 
M.C. Served in France June to Nov. 1916, Salonica Dec. 1916 to June 1917, 
E.E.F. June 1917 to Sept. 1918. Wounded Dec. 8, 1917. 
EDWARD GRANVILLE ELIOT. 

Admitted Feb. 1904. Member of Kennedy, Ponsonby, Ryde & Co., 
of 45 Russell Square, W.C. Joined Oct. 1914, as Chief Petty Officer, Royal 
Naval Volunteer Reserve, transferred to Army. Commissioned as Capt. 
Royal Garrison Artillery March 1915, appointed Staff Lieut. Heavy Artillery 
Oct. 1918. Served in France. 
ERNEST ELLEN. 

Admitted Dec. 1904, practising at 44 Chancery Lane, W.C. Joined 
Sept. 11, 1916, as Sapper, Royal Engineers. Served in France. 
GILBERT STRANGE ELLIOT. 

Admitted April 1894. Formerly member of Robinson, May & Elliot, of 
22 Charterhouse Square, E.C. Served as Private, 19th (Service) Batt. Royal 
Fusiliers. 
CHARLES ALBERT ELLIOTT. 

Articled to Edward Bramley, of Sheffield. Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, 
Hon. Artillery Company. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. West Yorkshire Regt. Aug. 

1914, promoted Lieut. March 1915. Served in GallipoU. W^ounded Aug. 9, 

1915, Discharged July 1, 1916. 

CLARENCE WILLIAM ELLIOTT. 

Articled to E. W. Candler, of 8 Breams Buildings, E.C. Joined Dec. 18, 

1916, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. 1st 
Batt. The Queen's Royal West Surrey Regt. Killed in action April 14, 1918. 

HERBERT GEORGE UNDERWOOD ELLIOTT. 

Admitted June 1880, practising at Newport, Shropshire. Served as 
Capt., 4th Batt. King's Shropshire Light Infantry and subsequently Royal 
Defence Corps. 



172 RECORD OF SERVICE 

KENNETH ELLIOTT. 

Articled to Thomas Lumsden, of Gateshead. Served as 2nd Lieut., 4th 
Northumbrian Howitzer Brigade, Royal Field Artillery (T.). 

ARTHUR THOMAS ELLIS. 

Admitted Aug. 1904. Member of Swepstone, Stone, Barber & Ellis, of 
9 St. Helen's Place, E.C. Served as Sergeant, 29th Batt. Middlesex Regt. 

BERNARD HENRY ELLIS. 

Admitted Feb. 1908. Member of Peters & Ellis, of 2a Guildhall Chambers, 
Basinghall Street, E.C. Mobihsed Aug. 1914, as Chief Petty Officer, Royal 
Naval Volunteer Reserve, served with Royal Naval Division, Benbow Batt., 
at Antwerp. Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the D.C.M. Landed at 
GalHpoli May 1915 and remained there until the evacuation. Commissioned 
Temp. Sub-Lieut. Royal Naval V( lunteer Reserve Oct. 1915, promoted Temp. 
Lieut, and Adjutant Nov. 1915, Temp. Lieut. -Commander Oct. 1916. Served 
at Stavros Feb. to April 1916, in France May 1916 to April 1918— with Anson 
Batt. June 1915 to April 1917 (4 months in command), Hood Batt. April 21 
to April 30, 1917, and since April 1917 in ccm.mand of Hawke Batt. Awarded 
the D.S.O. Died of wounds in France April 21, 1918. 

CECIL MONTAGUE JACOMB ELLIS. 

Articled to Montague Ellis, of 17 Albemarle Street, W. Joined Oct. 21, 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. Hampshire Regt., promoted Lieut. Dec. 1, 1915, 
A/Capt. June 1, 1917, seconded to Intelligence Corps Sept. to Dec. 1918. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in England Oct. to Dec. 1914, 
India— Secunderabad Jan. 1915 to March 1917, E.E.F.— Egypt and Palestine 
April 1917 to Nov. 1918, and Syria Dec. 1918 to March 1919. 

CHARLES HAROLD ELLIS. 

Admitted June 1908. Member of EUis & Ellis, of Maidstone. Joined 
April 23, 1917, as Stoker II., Royal Nav}^ H.M.S. Pembroke. Appointed 
Paymaster Sub-Lieut. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, H.M.S. Padolus, 
Sept. 1917. Served in Heme waters. 

EDWARD WHITE ELLIS. 

Articled to F. B. Aglionby, of Portland House, Basinghall Street, E.C. 
Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, Public Schools Battalion, Royal Fusihers. 
Gazetted Sub-Lieut. Royal Naval Division, Hawke Batt., April 1915, promoted 
Lieut. Dec. 1916. Served at the Daidanelles Aug. 1915 to May 1916, and in 
France May 1916 to Feb. 1917. Killed in action near Beaumont Hamel 
Feb. 3, 1917. 

FREDERIC ROBBINS ELLIS. 

Articled to J. V. Thomas, of Penzance, Cornwall. Mobilised Aug. 1914, 
as Lieut., 1/4 Batt. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, attached 2nd Batt. 
Dorset Regt. May 1918, promoted Capt. June 1916. Served at Home till 
Oct. 1914, India till May 1915, Mesopotamia till April 1916, and with British 
Military Mission to East Russia at Vladivostok July to Dec. 1919. Taken 
prisoner on fall of Kut-el-Amara April 29, 1916, remained prisoner till Aug. 
1918 when effected escape. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 173 

GEORGE JEWEL LISTER ELLIS. 

Admitted March 1885. Member of Dangerfield & Blythe, 26 Craven Street, 
W.C. Recommissioned in Army May 15, 1915, as Capt. R.O., transferred 
Ministry of National Service Feb. to Nov. 1918. 

HENRY CARTHEW ELLIS. 

Articled to Arthur Ellis, of Burslem. Joined Inns of Court O.T.C. in 
Oct. 1914. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Cheshire Regt., promoted Capt. Indian 
Army. Served in Gallipoli, Mesopotamia, Palestine, and Afghanistan. 

HENRY LEE ELLIS. 

Articled to J. R. B. Gregory, of 1 Bedford Row, W.C. Joined Sept. 8, 
1914, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Notts and Derby Regt. 
(Sherwood Foresters) Dec. 18, 1914, promoted Lieut. July 1917. Served 
in France Aug. and Sept. 1915, and Dec. 1915 to April 1918. Wounded 
Sept. 30, 1915.' 

PHILIP FREDERICK ELLIS. 

Admitted Sept. 1907. Managing Clerk with Arthur Ellis, of Burslem. 
Joined Sept. 1914, as Capt., 5th Batt. North Staffordshire Regt. Served at 
Home only as Adjutant and Second in Command of a Batt. Discharged on 
account of ill-health. 

WILLIAM TWIGGE ELLIS. 

Admitted Oct. 1889, practising at Llanwrst. Served as Lieut., 5th Batt. 
Royal Welch Fusiliers. 

GERALD ROCHFORT ELLIS-DANVERS. 

Admitted Dec 1914. Member of EUis & Ellis, of 10 Little College Street, 
Westminster, S.W. Joined Nov. 1916, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. The Queen's Royal West Surrey Labour March 1917, 
2nd Lieut. 94th Labour Coy. July 1917, Capt. and Adjutant 18th Labour 
Group March 1918. Served at Home and in France. 

ALBAN CEDRIC ELLISON. 

Admitted Jan. 1913. Member of EUison & Fyffe, of Sheffield. Served 
as Chief Petty Officer, H.M. Navy. 

BEDE DALTON ELLISON. 

Articled to T. W. Elhson, of Glossop, Derbyshire. Joined Feb. 29, 1916, 
as Private, 3rd Batt. South Lancashire Regt., promoted Corporal (acting) 
July 1916, reverted to Private on proceeding overseas to 9th Batt., attached 
to Royal Army Ordnance Corps April 1919, promoted Corporal Oct. 1919, 
Served at Home Feb. to Aug. 1916 and March to Sept. 1918, Salonica Aug. 
1916 to March 1918, France Sept. 1918 to Dec. 1919. 

SIDNEY FREDERICK ELLISON. 

Admitted Jan. 1901. Member of Elhson & Co., of Cambridge. Served 
as Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps. 



174 RECORD OF SERVICE 

STANLEY JOHN ELLISON. 

Articled to John Ellison, of Birmingham. Joined Oct. 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 
5th Batt. South Staffordshire Regt. (T.). Served in France. Reported 
missing, afterwards presumed killed, at Gommecourt July 1, 1916. 

THOMAS FREDERICK ELLISON. 

Admitted Jan. 1912. Member of Watkins, PuUeyn & Ellison, of 6 South 
Square, Gray's Inn, W.C. Joined Sept. 29, 1914, as Private, Inns of Court 
O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery (T.) Nov. 4, 1914, 
promoted Lieut. June 1916, A/Capt. Aug. 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served at Home and France. 

WILLIAM RONALD ELLISON. 

Articled to J. W. Alsop, of Liverpool. Served as 2nd Lieut., Royal Field 
Artillery. Died of wounds June 20, 1915. 

WILLIAM ELMHIRST. 

Articled to C. E. Elmhirst, of York. Joined Oct. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
9th Batt. East Yorkshire Regt., promoted Lieut., then Capt., transferred to 
8th Batt. Oct. 1916. Served at Home and in France. Killed in action at 
Serres Nov. 13, 1916. 

FREDERICK LESLIE ELSWORTH. 

Articled to Frederick Lindsay, of Liverpool. Joined Nov. 4, 1914, as 
Rifleman, 2/6 Batt. King's Liverpool Regt., transferred to 2/5 Batt. 
Gloucestershire Regt. as Corporal Feb. 1916. Granted commission as 2nd Lieut. 
18th (City) Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. May 30, 1917., attached to 8th 
(Irish) Batt. June 1918, promoted to Lieut. Nov. 1918. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Served in England 2 years, France 2 years 3 months. Wounded 
Aug. 18, 1916. 

CHARLES ADRIAN ASHFORD ELTON. 

Admitted Nov. 1904, practising at Birmingham. Joined Aug. 9, 1914, 
as Private, 1/6 Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, 
in same Regt. Sept. 1915, Lieut. March 1916, Capt. Nov. 1916, Major and 
D.A.D.R.T. Feb. 1918. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
D.S.O. Served in France. 

CLAUDE SIMEON ELWELL. 

Admitted Nov. 1902. Member of Fox, Whittuck, Pitt & Elwell, of Bath. 
Joined Aug. 1916, as Lieut., Territorial Force Reserve General List, promoted 
Capt. Sept. 1917. Served at Home. 

WALTER DOUGLAS ELWIN. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Of Dover. Joined Sept. 18, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
Royal Engineers, promoted Capt. March 1915. Served at Home. 

THOMAS WILLIAM EMERSON. 

Admitted Oct. 1906, practising at Plymouth. Joined Jan. 9, 1917, as 
Lieut., Territorial Force Reserve. Awarded M.B.E. (Military Division). 
Served at Home (War Office and Ministry of National Service). 



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HUBERT JOSEPH EMERY. 

Admitted April 1907, practising at Stratton-on-the-Fosse, near Bath. 
Joined May 1916, as Private, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, promoted 
Lance-Corporal Nov. 1916, transferred to 3rd East Lancashire Regt. July 1917. 
Commissioned in Royal Army Ordnance Dept. Aug. 1917. Served at Home 
May 1916 to June 1918, and in France and Belgium June 1918 to April 1919. 

JAMES EMERY. 

Admitted Feb. 1883. Member of Emery & Emery, of Ramsgate and 
Broadstairs. Served as Capt., No. 5 Coy. (Supernumerary) 4th Batt. East Kent 
Regt. (The Buffs), later as Capt. 108th Coy. Royal Defence Corps. At Home 
Oct. 1914 till Jan. 1917. 

THOMAS SMYTHE EMERY. 

Admitted Jan. 1911. Member of Emery & Emery, of Ramsgate and 
Broadstairs. Joined July 1914, as Lieut., Home Counties Division Staff (Signal 
Corps), Lieut. Royal Engineers, 84th Brigade Staff, Ypres, Jan. 1915, Capt. 

1915, Major 1916, Major 2nd in Command 7th Batt. Middlesex Regt. autumn 

1916, Temp. Command early 1917, transferred 76th Punjabis Aug. 1917, 
Indian Native Army Staff 1918 and 1919. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home 
1914, Belgium, Flanders 1915, Home 1915, France 1916 to 1917, South Africa 

1917, N.W. Frontier 1917, Punjab 1918 to 1919, Afghanistan and Waziristan 
1919. Wounded seriously Ypres May 1915. 

EDWIN EMLEY. 

Admitted April 1892. Member of Fred & Edwin Emley, of Newcastle-on- 
Tyne. Joined April 2, 1916, as Lieut., Territorial Force Reserve (Observer 
Corps), transferred to Royal Flying Corps as Lieut. Oct. 6, 1917, promoted 
A/Capt. Sept. 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home from 
Oct. 1917 under London Aerial District Area. 

MAURICE WOODMAN EMLEY. 

Admitted Nov. 1908. Member of E. F. & H. Landon, of 53 New Broad 
Street, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., Royal Engineers (T.F.), promoted 
Major Oct. 1918. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the O.B.E. 
Served in France and at Home. Wounded Ypres April 20, 1915. 

ERNEST ARNOLD EMMET. 

Admitted Nov. 1901. Member of Emmet & Co., of 14 Bloomsbury Square, 
W.C. Enlisted Sept. 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company. Gazetted 
Capt. Gloucestershire Regt. Dec. 1914, Adjutant 11th Batt. April 1915, General 
List (Staff Capt. War Office) Sept. 1918, promoted Major Nov. 1918. Awarded 
O.B.E. (Military Division). Served at Home and in France. Wounded 
at Ypres Sept. 1917, and on Cambrai Front Jan. 1918. 

HERBERT WILLIAM THACKRAY EMPSON. 

Admitted May 1918, practising at North Walsham. Served as Capt., 
Royal Defence Corps. 

CECIL HOWARD EMSLEY. 

Articled to R. G. Emsley, of Leeds. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 1st 
West Riding Brigade Royal Field Artillery, promoted Capt. June 1916, Major 



176 RECORD OF SERVICE 

July 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in Belgium and France 
April 1915 to Feb. 1919. Wounded Oct. 1917. 

ERNEST ARTHUR ENFIELD. 

Admitted Oct. 1906, practising at 10 Billiter Square, E.C. Served as 
2nd Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps. 

FRANK ENGLAND. 

Admitted June 1909. Member of Broadley, England & Co., of 265 Strand, 
W.C. Joined Oct. 5, 1914, as Lieut., 10th (Service) Batt. King's Royal Rifle 
Corps., promoted Capt. April 1915, subsequently appointed A. P.M. rank of Staff 
Capt. Once inentioned in Dispatches. Served in France July 1915 to April 
1916, Home April 1916 to Nov. 1917, Italy Nov. 1917 to March 1919. Wounded 
March 20, 1916. 

RICHARD CORNFORTH ENGLISH. 

Admitted Nov. 1909. Member of English & Son, of Stamford. Joined 
at commencement of War, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps. Subse- 
quently gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same Regt. and afterwards promoted Lieut. 
Served in Flanders. Died on Service July 25, 1916. 

SIDNEY JOHN ENNION. 

Admitted May 1895, practising at Newmarket, Suffolk. Mobilised Aug. 
1914, as Capt., 5th Batt. Suffolk Regt. (T.F.), Major (Temp.) Dec. 1914 to 
June 1916, retiring as Major. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to June 1916. 

HENRY AINSLEY ENOCH. 

Admitted April 1915, practising at Swansea. Served as Lieut., Tank 
Corps. 

CYRIL FULLAND ENTWISTLE. 

Admitted Feb. 1910, practising at Manchester, and Bolton, Lanes. Joined 
April 22, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Essex and Suffolk Royal Garrison Artillery (T.), 
promoted Lieut. Nov. 1915, A/Capt. Dec. 1916, A/Major April 1917. Once 
inentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served on Coast Defence and 
Anti- Aircraft, Harwich Defences, and in France Dec. 1916 to Armistice. 

FREDERICK ENTWISTLE. 

Admitted Oct. 1911, practising at Middleton. Joined April 2, 1917, 
15th Batt. County of London Regt. (Civil Service Rifles). Served in France. 
Wounded Aug. 8, 1918 — left arm amputated. 

JOHN PERRIN ERRINGTON. 

Admitted Feb. 1905. Member of J. Errington & Son, of Carlisle. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 1/4 Batt. Border Regt., promoted Capt. 
Oct. 1914, went with Regt. to Burma, on Staff, Indian Army, as Temp. 
Major, Capt. Commandant of English Cadets at Subathu Training College 
June 1917, with Indian Army Colonel established large training school at 
Nasik, near Bombay, and appointed Assistant Commandant March 1918, 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant General at Central Headquarters, Lahore, June 
1919. Awarded O.B.E. and T.D. Served in Burma and India. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 177 

BERNARD EVANS. 

Admitted Oct. 1912, practised at 235 Westminster Bridge Road, S.E. 
Enlisted soon after th:^ outbreak of War, and later became a Lieut, in 
the Middlesex Regt., subsequently transferred to the Royal Flying Corps. 
Reported missing on April 8, 1917, subsequently officially reported killed in 
aerial combat on that day. 

CORRIS WILLIAM EVANS. 

Admitted June 1912, practised at 1 Lloyds Avenue, E.C. Served as 
Private, Public Schools Batt. Middlesex Regt. 

CYRIL HENRY SHENTON EVANS. 

Admitted Oct. 1908, practising at Chard, Somerset. Joined Nov. 1916 
Royal Naval Air Service (Motor Boat Section) A.C. Discharged Feb. 1918, 
and joined 14th Batt. County of London Regt. (London Scottish) as Private 
July 1918. Served at Home. 

DANIEL DOUGLAS POLE EVANS. 

Articled to George David, of Cardiff. Joined Nov. 30, 1914, as Temp. 
2nd Lieut., Royal Field Artillery, promoted Temp. Lieut. March 1916, A/Capt. 
April to June 1917, Temp. Capt. Aug. 1917, A/Major Aug. 1918 to Sept. 1919, 
reverted to Temp. Capt. Sept. 1919. Awarded theM.C. and two Bars. Served 
at Home Nov. 1914 to Sept. 1915 and June to Sept. 1919, France Sept. 
1915 to June 1919, and in South Russia from Sept. 1919. 

DAVID CAROLAN EVANS. 

Articled to H. R. W. Woods, of 54 Chancery Lane, W.C. Served as Sub- 
Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 

DUDLEY EVANS. 

Admitted March 1911. Member of Boyce & Evans, of 14 Stratford Place, 
W. Joined April 3, 1917, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
9th Batt. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry Dec. 18, 1917. Served in 
France. Wounded and taken prisoner at Kemmel Hill April 26, 1918. 

EDMUND RHYDDERCH EVANS. 

Admitted June 1910, practising at Aberdare. Served as Private, Royal 
Air Force. 

EDWARD BROCKLEBANK EVANS. 

Admitted Oct. 1910. Member of George, Davies & Evans, of Cardigan. 
Joined May 15, 1916, as Driver, Royal Field Artillery, promoted Bombadier 
June 1918, Corporal Oct. 1918. Served in France 1916 to 1918. 

EMRYS HUNTER EVANS. 

Admitted Nov. 1909. Member of Arthen, Owen & Evans, of Pwllheli. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 6th Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers, promoted 
A/Capt. Nov. 1914, Capt. Aug. 1915, A/Major Dec. 1915 to Jan. 1916, and Sept. 
to Dec. 1917, A/Lieut.-Col. Dec. 1917 to Jan. 1918, A/Major Jan. to March 1918, 
A/Lieut.-Col. April to Aug. 1918, Temp. Lieut.-Col. 1st Batt. Herefordshire 
Regt. Nov. 1918 to June 1919. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 



178 RECORD OF SERVICE 

M.C. and Bar. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to July 1915, Suvla Bay July to 
Dec. 1915, Egypt Dec. 1915 to March 1916, Palestine March 1916 to Aug. 1918, 
and in France and Belgium Sept. 1918 to Jan. 1919, Army of Occupation 
(Germany) Jan. to March 1919, Belgium March to May 1919. Wounded at 
Gaza March 26, 1915. 

ERNEST ROBERT EVANS. 

Admitted June 1899. Member of Evans & Son, of Ely, Cambs. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Trooper, King's Own Royal Regt. (1/1 Norfolk Yeomanry), 
promoted to Troop Sergeant and Musketry Instructor Oct. 1914. Served at 
Home. Discharged Nov. 19, 1915. 

FRANCIS ALFRED EVANS. 

Articled to Dixon & Mason, of Pewsey, Wilts. Joined April 3, 1918, 
as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C., transferred to No. 8 Officers Cadet Batt. 
as an Officer-Cadet Oct. 1918. Served at Home. 

FRANCIS VAUGHAN EVANS. 

Admitted March 1915, practised as J. Tickle & Co., at 63 Cheapside, E.C. 
Served as a Private in Royal West Kent Regt. Killed in action Oct. 24, 1917. 

FRANK TAYNTON EVANS. 

Admitted Nov. 1902, practising at Newport, Mon. Served as Capt., 
1st (Reserve) Batt. Monmouthshire Regt. (T.). 

GUY EDWARD EVANS. 

Admitted April 1911, practising at Highgate, N. Joined 1916, as Private, 
14th Batt. County of London Regt. (London Scottish). Served in France. 
Wounded at Arras May 1917. Discharged Jan. 9, 1918. 

HOWELL ARNOLD EVANS. 

Articled to William Thomas, of Aberdare. Joined Nov. 24, 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., 5th Batt. The Welch Regt., promoted Lieut. Jan. 1917, Capt. Feb. 
1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home 
Nov. 1914 to Aug. 1915, Suvla, Egypt, and Palestine Aug. 1915 to Aug. 1919. 

HUGH JOHN HOWELL EVANS. 

Admitted April 1896. Member of Gold, Edwards & Co., of Denbigh. 
Served as Major, Denbighshire Hussars. 

ILLTYD MOY EVANS. 

Articled to J. M. Evans, of Swansea. Joined Aug. 4, 1914, as Private, 
7th Batt. The Welch Regt., transferred to 13th Batt. and promoted Corporal. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same Batt. and subsequently promoted Lieut. Served 
at Home and in France. 

IVAN AMPHLETT EDWARDES EVANS. 

Articled to Porter, Amphlett & Co., of Colwyn Bay. Joined Sept. 3, 1914, 
as Private, 19th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Commissioned 2nd Lieut. 17th Batt. 
The Welch Regt. June. 21, 1915, promoted Temp. Lieut. June 1915, Temp. 
Capt. April 1916, transferred General List New Armies April 1917, promoted 
Temp. Major Jan. 1919. Awarded the M.C. Served in France June 1916 to 
March 1919. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 179 

IVOR EVANS. 

Admitted Jan. 1908. Member of Roberts & Evans, of Aberystwyth. 
Joined Aug. 6, 1916, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Field Artillery, seconded to Royal 
Garrison Artillery, 288th Siege Battery, Nov. 1916, A/Capt. and Adjutant Siege 
Artillery, Reserve Brigade, June to Nov. 1917, Lieut. 3rd Siege Artillery 
Reserve Brigade Nov. 1917 to Jan. 1919. Served at Home. 

JOHN DAWE EVANS. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Member of Enoch, Evans & Son, of Walsall. Joined 
Oct. 23, 1916, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). Served in France 
and Belgium Nov. 1916 to March 1919. 

JOHN HUGHES EVANS. 

Articled to C. A. Jones, of Carnarvon. Served as Lieut., 6th Batt. Royal 
Welch Fusiliers. 

JOHN THOMAS EVANS. 

Articled to E. W. Davies, of Carnarvon and London. Joined Sept. 9, 

191 4, as Trooper, Denbighshire Hussars Imperial Yeomanry, promoted Sergeant 
and transferred to Welsh Border Brigade Coy. Royal Army Service Corps 
March 1915. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 6th Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers Nov. 30, 

1915, promoted Lieut. 4th Batt. Oct. 1917. Served in France. Gassed at 
Messines June 10, 1917. Wounded at A veiny Wood April 10, 1918. 

LESLIE WYNN EVANS. 

Articled to O. W. Owen, of Liverpool. Served as 2nd Lieut., l/17th 
Batt. London Regt. 

REES TUDOR EVANS. 

Admitted March 1913. Of Merthyr Tydfil. Mobihsed Aug. 1914 as 
Capt., 1/5 Batt. The Welch Regt. Served at Home and at Suvla Bay. Killed 
in action Aug. 10, 1915. 

RICHARD WILLIAM PICTON EVANS. 

Admitted Dec. 1898. Member of Jenkins & Evans, of Cardigan. Served 
as a Major, The Welch Regt. Died at Gaza, Syria, on Sept. 13, 1918. 

ROBERT CHARLES EVANS. 

Admitted June 1911. Member of W. R. Evans, Lloyd & Evans, of 
Wrexham. Joined Nov. 1914, as Private, 19th Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers. 
Afterwards gazetted 2nd Lieut. 15th Batt. The Welch Regt. Served in France. 
Wounded in July 1917. Killed near Thiepval Aug. 24, 1918. 

STUART EVANS. 

Articled to Henry Dixon, of Bristol. Joined Nov. 16, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
6th (Service) Batt. South Wales Borderers (Pioneers), promoted Lieut. Dec. 

1916, Capt. May 1918, transferred to Indian Army Reserve of Officers Oct. 
1917 and attached to 130th K.G.O. Baluchis. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded the M.C. Served in France Sept. 1915 to May 1916, India Dec. 1917 
to May 1918, Palestine June to Nov. 1918, Egypt Nov. 1918 to March 1919. 
Accidentally wounded in France Feb. 20, 1916. Wounded on Vimy Ridge 
May 16, 1916. 



180 RECORD OF SERVICE 

THOMAS EVANDER EVANS. 

Admitted Dec. 1907, practising at Hoddesdon, Herts, and, 1 Gray's Inn 
Square, W.C. Joined Sept. 3, 1914, as Private, 28tli Batt. County of London 
Regt. (Artists Rifles). Commissioned as 2nd Lieut. Royal Welch Fusiliers 
Jan. 28, 1915, promoted Temp. Lieut. Oct. 1916. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded the M.C. and Bar. Went to France with 11th Batt. R yal Welch 
Fusiliers Sept. 1915, transferred to Balkans Nov. 1915, evacuated wounded 
to England Aug. 1917, Military Intelligence Directorate, War Office, Dec. 
1917 to July 1918, Limerick Aug. to Sept. 1918, to France Sept. 16, 1918, 
wounded for third time and evacuated to England Oct. 8, 1918, Military 
Secretary's Department, War Office, Dec. 1918 to April 1919. Wounded near 
Smol, Macedonia, Oct. 1916 ; near Krastali, Serbia, May 1917 ; near Villers 
Bretoneux, Cambrai, Oct. 8, 1918. 

THOMAS FORCER EVANS. 

Admitted Jan. 1914, practising at Holyhead. Served as Lieut., 6th Batt, 
Royal Welch Fusiliers. 

WALTER HENRY FREKE EVANS. 

Articled to A. A. Bains, of Brighton. Served as 2nd Lieut., 1st Home 
Counties (Sussex) Brigade Royal Field Artillery (T.), promoted Lieut. June 
1916. 

WALTER VAUGHAN EVANS. 

Admitted June 1914, practising at Fishguard. Joined Aug. 4, 1914, as 
Corporal, Pembroke Royal Garrison Artillery (T.F.), promoted Sergeant 1915. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Pembroke Royal Garrison Artillery (T.F.) Aug. 6, 1916, 
with Hon. Rank of a Lieut. Served at Home. Had to relinquish commission 
on accomit of sickness contracted whilst serving June 1918. 

WILLIAM DAVID RUSSELL EVANS. 

Articled to T. A. Rees, of Merthyr Tydfil. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut,, 5th Batt. The Welch Regt. (T.F.), promoted Lieut. Nov. 1914. Served 
at Home Aug. 1914 to June 1915, and at Gallipoli, Suvla Bay Landing, 
Aug. 8 and 9, 1915. Wounded and missing Aug. 10, 1915. 

REGINALD WYNNE EVANS -VAUGHAN. 

Articled to R. H. Gaby, of Hastings. Joined Sept. 9, 1914, as Private, 
5th Batt. Royal Sussex Regt., transferred to 4th Batt. in 1916, and to 4th Batt. 
Norfolk Regt. Aug. 1918. Served in France Feb. 1915, Egypt Nov. 1916, 
and subsequently the whole of the Palestine Campaign. Wounded at " The 
Keep," la Boiselle, July 24, 1916. 

JAMES EVERIDGE. 

Admitted Aug. 1905. Member of Lonsdale & Everidge, of 1 Adam Street, 
Adelphi, W.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., Surrey Yeomanry, promoted 
Capt. 1914, and subsequently Major Royal Air Force. Awarded the M.C, 
Served at Home, France, and Mesopotamia. 

HAROLD EVES. 

Admitted July 1908, practised at 12 Bouverie Street, E.C. Served as 
Sub-Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 



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CHARLES ARIEL EVILL. 

Admitted Feb. 1898. Member of Evans & Evill, of Chepstow. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Capt., 1st Batt. Monmouthshire Regt. (T.F.), promoted Majo 
May 1915, Lieut. -Col. Aug. 1915, in command of 1st Batt. Aug. 1915 to 
3Iay 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. Served 
in France Feb. 1915 to May 1918. Wounded May 1915. Gassed Oct. 1915. 

JOSEPH EWART. 

Admitted Nov. 1901. Served as A/Sergeant, Aldershot Siege School, 
Hoyal Garrison Artillery. 



HENRY GREY FABER. 

Admitted Oct. 1911. Member of Faber, Fawcett & Faber, of Stockton- 
on-Tees. Mobilised Aug. 1914 as Capt., 5th Batt. Durham Light Infantry, 
promoted Major June 1916. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home 
and in Flanders and France. Wounded May 24, 1915. 

GORDON LANCASTER MOUNTFORD FACHE. 

Admitted Nov. 1912, practising at 13 John Street, Bedford Row, W.C. 
Joined Aug. 4, 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2! d Lieut. 
8th Batt. The Suffolk Regt. Sept. 19, 1914, promoted Major Aug. 1917. 
Awarded M.C. and Bar. Served in France July 1915 to Jan. 1919. Wounded 
April 1916. 

COLLINGWOOD CHRISTOPHER FAILES. 

Articled to J. A. Parsons, of Kind's Lynn. Joined Nov. 4, 1915, as Trooper, 
Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery (S.R.) Nov. 11, 

1916, promoted Lieut. May 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served 
at Home and in France. 

ERNEST HULFORD FAIRBAIRN. 

Articled to M. T. Fairbairn, of 18 Finsbury Square, E.C. Joined 
Aug. 31, 1915, as Air-Mechanic, Royal Naval Air Service, Petty Officer April 

1917, Sergeant Royal Air Force April 1918, Flight Sergeant July 1918. 
Served at Home Aug. 1915 to Nov. 1916, and in France Nov. 1916 to Aug. 
1918. 

GORDON GRANGE FAIRBAIRN. 

Articled to Alfred Ellis, of 30 John Street, Bedford Row, W.C. Joined 
Nov. 12, 1914, as Private, 14th Batt. County of London Regt. (London Scottish). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 2/1 Royal Gloucestershire Hussars Jan. 28, 1916, trans- 
ferred to Royal Flying Corps Oct. 1916, promoted A/Capt. April 1918, 
A/Major ^Nov. 1918. Served at Home and in France. Wounded at Loos 
Oct. 13, 1915, and while flying at Arras April 22, 1917. 

HENRY FREDERIC NOEL FALKNER. 

Admitted Nov. 1906. Member of Falkner, Son & Roberts, of Louth, 
Lincolnshire. Mobihsed Aug. 1914, as Capt., 5th Batt. Lincolnshire Regt. 
Served through the Dublin rebellion in April and May 1916, and in France 



182 RECORD OF SERVICE 

from Aug. 1916. KLilled in action Oct. 11, 1916, and buried in Vermelles British 
Cemetery, France. 

ROY FARADAY. 

Articled to C. R. Callard, of 3 St. James's Street, S.W. Joined Sept. 5, 
1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 2/6 Batt. City of Lcndon R gt. Feb. 26, 1915, promoted Temp. 
Lieut. Oct. 1915, and confirmed in rank June 1916. Served at Home and in 
France. Killed in action on the Messines Ridge June 7, 1917. 

JOHN GERALD FARDELL. 

Articled to John Fardell, of Ryde, I. of W. MobiHsed Aug. 4, 1914, 
as Lieut., 8th (Princess Beatrice's Isle of Wight Rifles) Batt. The Hamp- 
shire Regt., promoted to Capt. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in 
Gallipoli 1915, Mesopotamia, Persia, Transcaspia, and Russian Turkestan 
1916 to 1919. 

FREDERICK BRIAN ARTHUR FARGUS. 

Admitted Feb. 1911. Member of Clayton, Sons & Fargus, of 10 Lancaster 
Place, Strand, W.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914 as Lieut, in command of Machine 
Gun Secton, 9th City of London Batt. London Regt. (Queen Victoria's Rifles). 
Served in Flanders. Killed in action near Wulverghem, Flanders, Jan. 1, 
1915. 

FRANK MORLEY FARMER. 

Admitted Dec. 1900. Assistant Solicitor, West Riding County CounclL 
Joined June 20, 1916, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.), promoted 
Lance-Corporal Nov. 1916, Corporal Dec. 1916. Commissioned in Royal 
Army Service Corps July 29, 1917, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1919. Awarded 
M.B.E. (Military Division). Served 6 months in War Office (Q.M.G. 3), and 
in France and Belgium Aug. 1917 to Feb. 1919. 

JAMES CLEVELAND FARMER. 

Articled to J. S. Farmer, of Stockton-on-Tees. Served as Bombardier, 
Somerset Royal Horse Artillery (T.). 

SYDNEY MORLEY FARMER. 

Admitted Jan. 1911. Member of R. J. Jones, Sephton, Rollo & Farmer, 
of Liverpool. Served as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. 

DUDLEY HERBERT FARNFIELD. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. INIember of J. A. & H. E. Farnfield, of 90 Lower 
Thames Street, E.C. Joined May 24, 1916, as Sub-Lieut., Royal Naval Volun- 
teer Reserve, promoted Lieut. May 1917. Served in Belgium, France, and 
English Channel and West Coast of England. 

LESLIE FARNFIELD. 

Admitted April 1908. Member of J. A. & H. E. Farnfield, of 90 Lower 
Thames Street, E.C. Commissioned as Sub-Lieut. Royal Naval Volunteer 
Reserve May 12, 1916, promoted Lieut. June 1917. Served with Auxiliary 
Patrol afloat and subsequently on Staff of Admiral Charles H. Dare, Milford 
Haven, for duty ashore. 



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JOHN PHILIP FARR. 

Admitted April 1912. Managing Clerk with Harold Easton, of Leo- 
minster. Joined Oct. 1914, as Private, 23rd Batt. Royal Fusiliers (Sportsman's 
Batt.), promoted Lance-Corporal Signal Section March 1916. Served in 
France. Leg shattered with shrapnel Delville Wood July 27, 1916. Died 
after amputation Aug. 3, 1916, at Abbeville, buried in Cemetery at Abbeville, 
Aug. 4, 1916. 

HUBERT LISTER FARRAR. 

Admitted Nov. 1904. Member of Farrar & Co., of Manchester. Joined 
March 16, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. Aug. 
1915, appointed Adjutant of 30th Divisional Ammunition Column same 
date, appointed A.D.C. to C.R.A. 30th Division May 1916, Reconnaissance 
Officer to C.R.A. 30th Division Jan. 1917 Staff Capt. R.A., 11th Division, July 
1917, Temp. Capt. July 1917, Staff Capt. R.A., VII Corps, March 1918. 
Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home March to Nov. 1915, France 
Nov. 1915 to Feb. 1919. 

BEDE FARRELL. 

Admitted Jan. 1905, practised at Hull. Mobilised Aug. 1914 as Capt., 
4th Batt. East Yorkshire Regt. Served in France. Killed in action near 
Ypres April 24, 1915. 

HAROLD MARSON FARRER. 

Admitted Feb. 1914. Member of Farrer & Co., of 66 Lincoln's Inn Fields, 
W.C. Joined Oct. 1, 1914, as Temp. Sub-Lieut., Royal Naval Division, promoted 
Temp. Lieut. July 1915, Temp. Capt. General List (Araiy) April 1917, Temp. 
Major March 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in Gallipoli 
March to Aug. 1915, France April 1917 to Jan. 1919. 

SIDNEY VANNER FARRINGTON. 

Admitted Nov. 1911. Member of Farrington & Winterton, of Brighton. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Sussex Royal Garrison Artillery (T.) Oct. 18, 1915, pro- 
moted Lieut. June 1916, A/Capt. Jan. 1918. Served at Home and France. 
Wounded near Messines May 26, 1917. 

WILLIAM BOWKER FARRINGTON. 

Admitted Feb. 1902, practised at Manchester. Joined Feb. 1916, as 
Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 1/6 Batt. Manchester 
Regt. Feb. 1917. Killed in France March 25, 1918. 

CYRIL FAWCETT. 

Articled to the late Wm. Fawcett, of Leeds. Joined Oct. 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps (T.F.), promoted Lieut. June 1915, trans- 
ferred to Gloucestershire Regt. 1917. Served in France 1916 to 1918. 

GEOFFREY FAWCETT. 

Articled to the late Wm. Fawcett, of Leeds. Joined Sept. 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps (T.F.), promoted Lieut. Feb. 1915, trans- 
ferred to London Regt. 1917. Served in France 1915 to 1918. Killed June 14, 
1918. 



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HERBERT WILKINSON FAWCETT. 

Admitted Dec. 1904. Member of Richardson, Son & Fawcett, of 
Bridlington. Served as Corporal, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). 

WILLIA:M GEORGE STEWART FAWKES. 

Admitted Oct. 1910. Member of Scriven, Terry & Fawkes, of Northamp- 
ton. Serv^ed as Lieut., 5th Batt. Norfolk Regt. Wounded at Gallipoli Aug. 
1915 and taken prisoner by the Turks. 

GEORGE OSWALD FEA. 

Admitted Dec. 1901, practised at Hull and Bridlington. Joined Oct. 10, 

1914, as Trooper, Queen's Own Yorkshire Dragoons (Yeomanry), transferred 
as Private to 13th Batt. Yorkshire Regt. Sept. 1917. Served in Flanders 
and France July 15, 1915, to Nov. 1917. Wounded in action Nov. 23, 1917, 
and afterwards killed on the same date at Bourlon, France. 

GEORGE ALAN FEARNSIDE. 

Admitted Oct. 1909, practising at Leeds. Joined Nov. 1915, as Private, 
Inns of Court O.T.C. Commissioned in Royal Field Artillery Dec. 4, 1916, 
promoted Lieut. June 1918. Served in France. Wounded April 23, 1917. 

WILLIAINI DAVIES FEATHERSTONE. 

Articled to H. J. Goodwin, of Birmingham. Joined Dec, 1915, as 2nd 
Lieut,, 3rd South JNIidland Battery, Royal Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. 
June 1917. Awarded the M.C. Served in France. Wounded July 25, 1917. 
Killed at Villers au Flos, near Bapaume, March 23, 1918. 

LEO BURTON FEENY. 

Admitted Nov. 1901. Of Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. Served with 
the McGill University Overseas Corps and 38th Batt. Infantry Canadian 
Expeditionary Force. 

CHARLES ARTHUR FELL. 

Articled to E. P. Williams, of 79 Lombard Street, E.C. Joined July 15, 

1915, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field 
Artillery July 14, 1916, promoted A /Lieut. July 1917, Lieut. Jan. 1918. Served 
in Ireland July 1916 to Jan. 1917, France March 1917 to March 1918. Taken 
prisoner March 21, 1918, repatriated Dec. 2, 1918. 

THOMAS BRUCE FELTHAM. 

Articled to H. S. K. Feltham, of Crewe. Enlisted Sept. 5, 1914, as Private, 
20th (Public Schools) Batt. Royal Fusiliers, subsequently promoted to Lance- 
Corporal. Served in France 1915 to 1916. Wounded June 1916. Discharged 
owing to wounds in 1917. 

JOHN HERBERT FELTON. 

Articled to R. E. Steel, of Cheltenham. Joined Sept. 11, 1914, as Private, 
2/5 Batt. Gloucestershire Regt., transferred as Sapper Royal Engineers 
Signal Service (Motor Cyclist) Dec. 1915, and later Dispatch Rider Corporal. 
Served at Home 1914 to 1916, France 1916 to end of 1917, and in Italy May 
1918 to Armistice. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 185 

DOUGLAS WILIJAM FENTON FENTON- JONES. 

Admitted ^larch 1912. Member of Bishop & Fenton- Jones, of 76 Kingsland 
High Street, E. Served as Capt., Royal Army Ordnance Corps. 

MELVILL COLLIXGWOOD FENWICK. 

Articled to T. C. Fenwick, of 16 Berners Street, W. Joined Sept. 1914 
as 2nd Lieut., 6th Batt. Suffolk Regt., subsequently promoted Lieut, and 
Capt. Served at Home and in France. 

JOHN JOHNSON TILL FERENS. 

Admitted June 1898. Member of Ferens & Sanderson, of Hull. Joined 
June 1915 as 2nd Lieut., 2/4 Batt. East Yorkshire Regt., promoted Lieut. 
June 1916, A/Capt. Sept. 1918, attached to 10th Batt. Served at Home, 
Bermuda, and France. 

JOHN EDWARD FEW. 

Admittei Nov. 1902, practising at Cambridge. Temporarily employed 
as Company Commander in 11th (Cambs.) Batt. Suffolk Regt. Sept. 1914. 
Commissioned Capt. in 2/1 Batt. Cambs. Regt. (T.F.) Nov. 3, 1914. Posted 
to 62nd Prov. Batt. as Capt. June 1915, transferred to 13th (Cambs. Reserve) 
Batt. Suffolk Regt. May 1916, attached Aldershot Command Anti-Gas School 
Oct. 1917. British Military Mission to U.S.A., Assistant Instructor Nov. 1917, 
posted to 3rd Batt. Suffolk Regt. Aug. 1918. Served at Home, and at Camp 
Funston, Kansas, U.S.A., Nov. 1917 to Aug. 1918. 

WILLIAM ARCHDALL FFOOKS. 

Articled to E. A. Ffooks, of Dorchester. Served as 2nd Lieut,, 8th Batt. 
Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. 

ARTHUR DILLWYN -FFOULKES-JONES. 

Articled to E. Ffoulkes-Jones, of Llangollen, N. Wales. Joined Sept. 30, 

1915, as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers, promoted Lieut. June 

1916, A/A.D.C. to G.O.C. 47th Div. during Aug. and Sept. 1917, Temp. 
A.D.C. to G.O.C. 41st Div. Oct. 1918, transferred to the Camouflage Park 
Royal Engineers until April 1919. Served in France and Belgium. Wounded 
at Battle of Cambrai, at Boulon Wood, Nov. 2, 1917. 

EDMUND VENTRIS FIELD. 

Articled to Cecil Brodrick, of Ormond House, 63 Queen Victoria Street, 
E.C. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 13th (Princess Louise's Kensington) 
Batt. The London Regt., promoted Lieut. Aug. 1914, Capt. Jan. 1916. Served 
at Home and in France. Wounded Dec. 7, 1914, and Sept. 25, 1916. 

HERRICK REVELEY FIELD. 

Articled to John Field, of Manchester. Joined Nov. 1915, as Private, 
Manchester Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Tank Corps Feb. 28, 1919. Served 
in France. Invalided Home Dec. 2, 1916. 

MARK GWENDWR FIELD. 

Admitted Jan. 1910. Member of Field & Sons, of Leamington. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 4th South Midland Howitzer Brigade Royal Field Artillery 



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(T.F.), promoted Capt. June 1916. Served in Flanders and France, went to 
France March 1915. Invalided home sick Oct. 16, 1916. Severely wounded 
at Ypres Oct. 7, 1917. 

SIDNEY FIELD. . , ^ ^ 

Admitted Jan. 1900. Member of Field & Sons, of Liverpool. Served 
with the 6th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. (T.). 

SYDNEY RIACH FIELD. 

Admitted Dec. 1908. Member of Field & Sons, of Leamington. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 4th South Midland (Howitzer) Brigade Royal Field 
Artillery (T.), promoted Capt. Aug. 1914, Major June 1915. Served at Home 
and in France. Wounded at Fauquiesart, France, July 18, 1916. 

CARYL HILL YARD FIELD-FISHER. 

Admitted Aug. 1909. Member of Carter & Fisher, of Torquay. Joined 
March 22, 1916, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company, subsequently promoted 
Corporal. Served as sniper in the 2nd Batt. at Ploegsteert in Belgium Oct. 

1916, and subsequently on the Somme, at Beaumont Hamel, Nov. and Dec. 
1916. 

EDWIN EWART FIELDHOUSE. 

Articled to J. W. Piercy, of Huddersfield. Joined Nov. 20, 1914, as A.B., 
Hawke Batt. Royal Naval Division, Third Writer R.N. July 1916 to Dec. 

1917, Paymaster Sub-Lieut. Royal Naval Reserve Dec. 1917 to Aug. 1919, 
Secretary to British Naval Attache, Embassy, Rome. Awarded Cavalier of 
the Order of the Crown of Italy. Served at Home, and at Gallipoli with Royal 
Naval Division May to Dec. 1915, at British Embassy, Rome, Feb. 1918 to 
Aug. 1919. 

EDWARD FLEMING FIELDING. 

Admitted Jan. 1905. Member of Fuller, Whittington & Fielding, of 
Bath. Joined Feb. 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 9th Batt. Somerset Light Infantry, 
and subsequently promoted Lieut, and attached to West African Regt. Served 
at Home and in the Cameroons, West Africa. Killed in Action Oct. 24, 1915. 

HERBERT HILTON FIELDING. 

Admitted Feb. 1913, practised at Manchester. Joined Feb. 15, 1916, 
as Private, 6th Batt. Manchester Regt., promoted Lance-Corporal April 1916. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Manchester Regt. Nov. 28, 1916. Went to France Jan. 
1917 attached to 22nd Batt. Killed in action at Croisilles March 28, 1917, 
and iDuried in the St. Leger British Cemetery. 

ERNEST GERARD FINCH. 

Admitted Nov. 1893. practising at Liverpool. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 
Capt., 9th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt., promoted Major Feb. 1916. Served 
in Egypt 1914 to 1915, and at Home. 

FRED JAMES FINCH. 

Admitted April 1914, practising at Gravesend. Joined May 1917, as 
Private, Inns of Court O.T.C., and subsequently became Sergeant. Served at 
Home. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 187 

GEORGE FLADGATE FINCH. 

Articled to C. S. Raymond-Barker, 9 New Square, W.C. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 12th Batt. 
The Rifle Brigade Sept. 22, 1914, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1915, Capt. Feb. 1915, 
appointed General Staff Officer (3rd Grade) 64th Division, Norwich, Dec. 1916, 
and to Headquarters, First Army, France, May 1918. Twice mentioned in 
Dispatches. Served at Home Aug. 1914, to July 1915 and Aug. 1916 to 
Sept. 1917, France July 1915 to Aug. 1916 and Sept. 1917 to Jan. 1919. 
Wounded Ypres Feb. 12, 1916. 

HARRY FINCH. 

Admitted Dec. 1907. Member of Courtenay, Croome & Finch, of 3 
Lombard Court, Gracechurch Street, E.C. Joined Feb. 10, 1915, as Private, 
Royal Army Service Corps and immediately promoted Staff Sergeant. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut, in same Regt. Dec. 1, 1917. Served in France practically whole 
time. 

JAMES BASS FINCH. 

Articled to J. H. Hutchings, of Teignmouth. Joined Nov. 20, 1915, as 
Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Obtained commission in Royal Flying Corps 
Jan. 24, 1917, as Flying Officer, transferred to Royal Air Force and promoted 
Lieut. April 1918. Served in France. Wounded in aerial combat in France 
Aug. 26, 1917. 

WILLIAM GERARD FINCH. 

Admitted Feb. 1900. Member of Finch, Johnson & Co., of Preston. 
Served as Major, 9th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. (T.F.R.). 

DONALD GEORGE FINCHAM. 

Articled to H. C. Wanklyn, of Colchester. Joined Nov. 27, 1916, as Private, 
Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters), appointed Lance-Corporal 
May 1918. Served at Home. 

ALFRED GUSTAVE FINDEISEN. 

Admitted Sept. 1899. Member of Dymond, Findeisen & Tosswill, of 
Torquay. Served as Lance-Corporal, 30th Batt. Middlesex Regt. 

ALEXANDER WYNAND FINDLAY. 

Admitted June 1902, practising at 142 Holborn Bars, E.C. Joined Nov. 13, 
1914, as Private, 14th Batt. County of London Regt. (London Scottish). Served 
in France March 1915 to Nov. 1916. Invalided home with trench fever. 
Discharged April 29, 1918. 

ANDREW FINDLAY 

Articled to Sir W. W. Rutherford, M.P., of 48 Cannon Street, E.C. Joined 
April 23, 1917, as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, promoted Corporal March 
1918. Served at Home. 

ROBERT LESLIE FINNIS. 

Admitted Nov. 1901. Member of Finnis, Downey, Linnell & Chessher, 
of 5 Clifford Street, Bond Street, W. Served as 2nd Lieut., Royal Air 
Force. 



188 RECORD OF SERVICE 

DENIS GORDON FIRTH. 

Articled to J. H. T. Wliarton, of Southampton. Mobilised Aug. 1914, 
as Lieut., 1/5 Batt. Hampshire Regt., promoted Capt. June 1916. Served 
in India Nov. 1914 to Dec. 1915, Mesopotamia Dec. 1915 to April 1916, India 
April 1916 to March 1919. Wounded at Sunnaiyat, Mesopotamia, April 6, 
1916. 

HAROLD WHITELEY FIRTH. 

Articled to Sir Robert Fox, of Leeds. Joined Jan. 15, 1916, as 2nd Lieut., 
Northumberland Fusiliers, promoted Lieut. July 1917, Capt. July 1918. 
Awarded the M.C. Served in France. Wounded April 9, 1917, and Aug. 17, 
1918. Taken prisoner at Beaumont Hamel Aug. 17, 1918. 

HENRY FIRTH. 

Admitted Oct. 1911. Member of Wilson & Firth, of Ashton-under-Lyne. 
Joined Oct. 1, 1917, as Private, Army Pay Corps, promoted Corporal Oct. 1918. 
Served at Home. 

WILLIAINI HENRY FIRTH. 

Admitted Feb. 1915. Member of Firth & Firth, of Bradford. Joined 
Dec. 20, 1916, as Sapper, Railway Operating Division, Royal Engineers, pro- 
moted Corporal Sept. 1918. Served in France and Belgium. 

ARTHUR REGINALD COLBORNE FISHER. 

Articled to R. H. Carpenter, of Bristol. Joined Oct. 28, 1914, as Trooper, 
North Somerset Yeomanry. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery 
Nov. 12, 1914, promoted Lieut. July 1917. Served at Home, Jamaica, and 
France. 

EDWARD LINDESAY FISHER. 

Admitted Nov. 1902, practising at Huddersfield. Joined Sept. 1914, 
as 2nd Lieut., 2/5 Batt. Manchester Regt., promoted Temp. Lieut. Nov. 
1914, Temp. Capt. Jan. 1915, Substantive Capt. June 1916, Temp. Major 
Oct. 1916, A/Major Aug. 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in 
France. W^ounded at Hervilly Wood March 22, 1918, and subsequently taken 
prisoner same day. 

GEORGE WILLIAM FISHER. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Member of Morris & Bristow, of 41 Bedford Row, 
W.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., 1st County of London Brigade, Royal Field 
Artillery (T.), promoted Lieut. June 1916. Mentioned in Dispatches. 

GERALD LEAROYD HAMMOND FISHER. 

Articled to H. J. Sharman, of Liverpool. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, 
6th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. Obtained commission about Feb. 1915 
with 1/8 (Irish) Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. as 2nd Lieut., promoted Lieut. 
Oct. 1915, attached to 164th Machine Gun Company Feb. 1916. Served in 
France. Believed to have been killed on Aug. 8, 1916, by gas shell. War 
Office's Report, missing, believed killed. 

HENRY JOHN FISHER. 

Admitted Oct. 1905. Member of Deacon & Co., of 9 Great St. Helen's, 
E.G. Joined Oct. 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Commissioned 



RECORD OF SERVICE 189 

2nd Lieut. Inns of Court O.T.C. Oct. 1915, promoted Lieut., subsequently- 
seconded for special service at Headquarters. Served at Home. 

GARDEN FISHER. 

Admitted Nov. 1910, practising at Heathfield, Sussex. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Glamorganshire Yeomanry (T.F.), promoted Capt. 
July 1916, attached 24th Batt. (Pembroke and Glamorgan Yeomanry Batt.) 
The Welch Regt. Jan. 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
Croix de Guerre. Served at Home 1914 to 1916, Egypt 1916 to Jan. 1917, 
Palestine 1917 to March 1918, France 1918 to 1919. Wounded Dec. 27, 1917. 

STANLEY JOSEPH FISHER. 

Articled to John Tyson, of Dalton-in-Furness. Joined June 26, 1916, as 
Pioneer, Special Brigade, Royal Engineers, promoted Lance-Corporal. 
Subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. Loyal North Lancashire Regt. Served 
2 years in France. 

EDWARD JOHN FITZGERALD. 

Admitted July 1912, practising at Newcastle-on-Tyne. Serv^ed as 
Private, 1/7 Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers. 

JOHN WILLIAM FITZHERBERT-BROCKHOLES. 

Articled to F. J. Weld, of Liverpool. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Lieut., 
Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry, promoted Capt. June 1916. Awarded 
the M.C. Served in France May 1915 to April 1919. 

THOMAS FLA\^LL. 

Admitted Nov. 1905. Member of Preston, Son & Flavell, of Hinckley. 
Served as a Cadet, and gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery April 3, 
1919. 

NEVILLE GEORGE FLAWN. 

Admitted April 1906. Assistant Solicitor Great Central Railway Co., 
Marylebone Station, N.W. Joined May 1916, as Private, 28th Batt. County 
of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Commissioned Nov. 1916 as 2nd Lieut. 
Royal Garrison Artillery, subsequently promoted Lieut. Served in France. 
Invalided home from France and discharged Feb. 1918. 

ERNEST FLETCHER. 

Admitted July 1894. Member of Watkins, Son & Fletcher, of Atherton. 
Served as Major, 5th Batt. Manchester Regt. (T.). 

FRANK CASTLE FLETCHER. 

Articled to N. D. Walker, of Newcastle-on-Tyne. Joined Aug. 12, 1914, 
as Lieut, and Quartermaster, Northumbrian Divisional Clearing Hospital, 
Royal Army Medical Corps (T.F.), promoted Capt. and Quartermaster Oct. 
1917. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to Jan. 1917, and in France Jan. 1917 to 
Aug. 1919. 

VICTOR ROBERT FLETCHER. 

Admitted Oct. 1910. On staff of the Solicitor to the Board of Trade, 
Great George Street, S.W. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Private, Inns of Court 
O.T.C, promoted Lance-Corporal Aug. 1914. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 21st 



190 RECORD OF SERVICE 



Batt. The London Regt. (First Surrey Rifles) Sept. 23, 1914, promoted Lieut. 
June 1916, Capt. May 1917. Served in France Dec. 1917 to June 1918. 
Remainder of time at Home. 

FRANK STUART FLEURET. 

Admitted Feb. 1912. Member of Coldham, Birkett & Fleuret, of 27 
Chancery Lane, W.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. East Kent Regt. (The 
Buffs), promoted Lieut. June 1916. 

HERBERT FLOWERS. 

Admitted March 1908. Member of G. A. Flowers & Son, of Steyning, 
Sussex. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, Public School Corps. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 5th Batt. Royal West Kent Regt. June 30, 1915. Served in France. 
Killed at Battle of Delville Wood Aug. 31, 1916. 

ALFRED EDWARD FLOYD. 

Admitted Aug. 1901, practising at Dunmow, Essex. Served as Capt., 
7th (Vol.) Batt. Essex Regt. 

ERIC GASKELL FLOYD. 

Admitted April 1910, practising at 76-78 Swinton Street, Gray's Inn 
Road, W.C. Served as Lieut, and Quartermaster, 3rd Welsh Field Ambulance, 
Royal Army Medical Corps (T.), promoted Capt. Nov. 1917. Mentioned 
in Dispatches. 

REGINALD LAKE FLUX. 

Admitted July 1912, practising at Ryde. Mobihsed Aug. 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., 1/5 Hants. Battery Royal Field Artillery (T.F.), and subsequently 
promoted Capt. Awarded the M.C. Served in Mesopotamia, Kut-el- 
Amara. 

HARDWICKE KENYON FOERS. 

Admitted Jan. 1916. Assistant Solicitor with Town Clerk of Rotherham. 
Joined Dec. 17, 1915, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
3/3 London Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. Aug. 1918. 
Served in France. Wounded at Paschendaele Ridge Oct. 8, 1917. 

FRANK WILSON FOLEY. 

Admitted Feb. 1904, practising at Bolton. Served as Major, 4th Batt. 
Loyal North Lancashire Regt. 

HENRY ARTHUR FOLEY. 

Articled to E. E. Baker, of Weston-super-Mare. Joined Aug. 31, 1914, 
as Private, 6th Batt. Somerset Light Infantry. Gazetted Temp. 2nd Lieut. 
7th Batt. Somerset Light Infantry Dec. 12, 1915, promoted Lieut. April 1917, 
A/Capt. Dec. 1916. Awarded the M.C. Served in France May 1915 to March 
1918. Wounded at Lesboeufs Sept. 16, 1916, and at Langemarck Aug. 16, 
1917. Taken prisoner near Ham March 24, 1918. (Camps, Rastatt and 
Grandeuz). 

GEORGE HOWARD FOORD. 

Admitted Nov. 1909. Member of Foord & Son, of 16 Philpot Lane, E.C. 
Joined March 1915 as 2nd Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps, promoted Lieut. 



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Sept. 1915. Served at Home and at Gallipoli. Died Oct. 13, 1915, of wounds 
received in action at Cape Helles. 

HERBERT QUALLETT FOORD. 

Admitted Oct. 1914. Member of Foord & Son, of 16 Philpot Lane, E.C. 
Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
8th Batt. Royal West Kent Regt. Feb. 10, 1915, 2nd Lieut. 8th Batt. The 
Queen's Regt. Oct. 15, 1915, Capt. General List, appointed Courts-Martial Officer 
Thames and Medway Garrison, Chatham, Oct. 26, 1916 (B.E.F. France, Oct. 
1915 to June 1916), Capt. Royal West Kent Regt., Courts-Martial Officer 
Hounslow Area, Hounslow, from Sept. 1919. Once mentioned in Dispatches 
(Home). Served at Home and in Flanders. 

FOSTER LAKE FOOTNER. 

Admitted Feb. 1905. Member of G. B. Footner & Son, of Romsey, Hants. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Major, 4th Batt. Hampshire Regt. (T.). Once men- 
tioned in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. Served in India and Mesopotamia. 
Wounded during siege of Kut Dec. 9, 1915, and Jan. 11, 1916. Taken prisoner 
at Kut-el-Amara April 29, 1916. 

ALBERT EDWARD FORBES. 

Admitted April 1905. Member of Forbes & Nixon, of Middlesbrough. 
Joined Feb. 8, 1917, Royal Field Artillery and subsequently transferred to 
Royal Garrison Artillery. Served in France. 

RONALD MYLNE FORD. 

Admitted Oct. 1910. Member of Cooper & Co., Newcastle, Staffs. Joined 
Aug. 1914 as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. 
South Wales Borderers (Special Reserve) Oct. 7, 1914, promoted to Lieut. May 
1915. Awarded Croix de Guerre with Palms (French). Went to France 
March 1915, rejoined Special Reserve June 1916, since when served in England. 
Wounded on Hill 70 at Loos Nov. 28, 1915. 

WILLIAM FORD. 

Articled to A. R. Ford, of 4 South Square, Gray's Inn, W.C. Joined 
March 25, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 7th Batt. Royal Fusihers, promoted Lieut. March 
1918. Served in France. Wounded on the Ancre Nov. 13, 1916. Discharged 
March 21, 1918, on account of wounds. 

WILLIAM ALLIN FORD. 

Articled to W. H. Hortin, of St. Lawrence House, Trump Street, King 
Street, E.C. Joined Sept. 7, 1914, as Private, 20th Batt. County of London 
Regt. (T.F.). Commissioned in France Jan. 31, 1916, to 5th Batt. Oxfordshire 
and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, promoted Lieut. March 1917, and Capt. 
Aug. 1917. Served in France March 1915 to Oct. 1917. Wounded at Gheluvett, 
Menin Road, Flanders, Oct. 17, 1917. 

ARCHIBALD CLAUDE FORMAN. 

Admitted Nov. 1902, practising at 58 Lombard Street, E.C. Mobilised 
Aug. 2, 1914. Commissioned Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Oct. 7, 1914, 
from Chief Petty Officer, with Royal Naval Division till April 1915, thence 



192 RECORD OF SERVICE 

H.M. Naval Base, Lame, Ireland, promoted Lieut. Royal Naval Volunteer 
Reserve Aug. 1915. Received thanks of Admiralty April 12, 1918. Served 
at the Admiralty and in Ireland. 

ARTHUR TE]\IPLE FOREMAN. 

Admitted Dec. 1906. Member of Gray & Dodsworth, of 1 Bank Buildings, 
Prince's Street, E.C., and York. Joined Nov. 1915, as Lieut., Royal Army 
Ordnance Corps, promoted Capt. Jan. 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served at Home till Oct. 1916, Mesopotamia Oct. 191G to Dec. 1918. 

ARTHUR LIVESEY FORRESTER. 

Admitted Nov. 1902. Member of Forrester, Moir & Co., of Malmesbury, 
Wilts. Served as Capt., 3rd Wessex Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. 

ALFRED WILLIAM FORSDIKE. 

Articled to W. E. Hart, of Sheffield. Joined Sept. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
Royal Field Artillery, promoted A /Capt. April 1917, Capt. Jan. 1918. Three 
times mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home, Egypt, Greece, Bulgaria, 
Serbia (Serbian Retreat 1915), Salonica (Struma Valley), and Palestine. 

HENTIY PHILIP FORSHAW. 

Admitted April 1903. Member of Forshaw, Parker & Co., of Preston. 
Served as Capt., 5th (Reserve) Batt. King's Own Royal Lancaster Regt. 
Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. and Bar. 

JOHN FORSHAW. 

Admitted April 1915. Of Liverpool. Joined May 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 8th 
Batt. King's Liverpool Regt., subsequently resigned commission, and in 1917 
became Private in 2nd Batt. Hon. Artillery Company (Infantry). Served in 
France and Italy. 

PERCIVAL ARMORER FORSTER. 

Admitted Nov. 1911. Member of Partridge & Co., of King's Lynn. 
Joined Oct. 10, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 3rd Batt. Yorkshire Regt. (S.R.), promoted 
Lieut. Feb. 1915, Temp. Capt. Oct. 1915, seconded to Machine Gun Corps. Feb. 
1916. Reverted to Permanent Rank, promoted Temp. Capt. Machine Gun Corps 
April 1916. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served at 
Home Oct. 1914 to May 1915, France May 1915 to Nov. 1916, Home Nov. 
1916 to termination of War. 

WILLIAM FORSTER. 

Articled to F. H. Chance, of 30 Mincing Lane, E.C. Joined Feb. 6, 1916, 
as Private, 29th Batt. Royal Fusiliers, and afterwards transferred to 8th Batt. 
Served at Home Feb. to Aug. 1916, and in France Aug. to Oct. 1916. Killed 
in action near Gueudecourt Oct. 7, 1916. 

WILLIAM OXLEY FORSTER. 

Articled to J. E. Gibson, of Newcastle-on-Tyne. Joined March 26, 1915, 
as Lieut., 8th Batt. Durham Light Infantry. Served in France. Killed 
Sept. 22, 1916. 

SAMUEL SANFORD FORSYTH. 

Admitted Aug. 1909. Managing Clerk with R. A. Rotherham, of Coventry, 
Joined Aug. 6, 1914, as Gunner, Royal Field Artillery, promoted Bombardier. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 193 

Given commission Sept. 23, 1914, A.D.C. to General F. Wing, A.D.C. to 
General Sandilands, given Command of Trench Mortar Battery Sept. 1915. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France. Killed at Hooge, near 
Ypres, Sept. 25, 1915. 

ALBERT EDWARD MUSPRATT FORTESCUE. 

Admitted Apil 1906, practising at Donington House, Norfolk Street, W.C. 
Joined June 10, 1918, as 2nd Lieut. (A/Capt.), Royal Air Force, promoted Flying 
Officer (A /Flight-Lieut.) Dec. 1919. Awarded O.B.E. Served at Home. 

CHARLES LAWRENCE FORTESCUE. 

Articled to Charles Fortescue, of Banbury, Oxon. Joined Oct. 8, 1914, 
as Capt., Commanding 3rd (Service) Coy. 4th Batt. Oxford and Bucks Light In- 
fantry, appointed Adjutant Lines of Communication, Southern Com.mand, Aug. 
1915, Adjutant No. 8 Area, Royal Defence Corps, Southern Command, Feb. 
1917, Officer Commanding 252 P. Coy. Oct. 1918, Adjutant, P.W. Staff, Western 
Command, July 1919, Commandant of same Nov. 1919. Served at Home. 

EDWARD CLAUDE FORTESCUE. 

Admitted Jan. 1901. Member of Stockton, Sons & Fortescue, of Banbury. 
Mobilised Aug. 5, 1914, as Capt., 4th Batt. Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry, 
promoted Substantive Major June 1916, appointed Courts-Martial Officer 
Dec. 18, 1918, in France. Awarded the T.D. Served in France. 

HAROLD WILSON FORTUNE. 

Admitted Feb. 1906, practising at Harrogate. Joined May 1917, as 
Aircraftsman IL, Royal Naval Air Service, promoted Aircraftsman I., Leading 
Hand, transferred to Royal Air Force as Corporal Clerk. Served in France 
and England. 

WILLIAM GRAHAM FORW^ARD. 

Admitted Feb. 1900. Member of William Forward & Sons, of Axminster. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 1/4 Batt. Devonshire Regt. (T.F.), promoted 
Major May 1917. Awarded the T.D. Served in India Oct. 1914 and Meso- 
potamia Jan. 1916 to April 1919. 

BARTHOLOMEW FOSKETT. 

Admitted Dec. 1908, practising at Newcastle-on-Tjue. Joined Oct. 13, 
1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. June 1916, Capt. 
Aug. 1917, Adjutant 78th Brigade July 1917 to March 1918, Military Opera- 
tions Department, War Office, London, July 1918 to March 1919. Awarded 
the M.C. Served at Home Oct. 1915 to Nov. 1916 and July 1918 to March 1919, 
and in France and Flanders Nov. 1916 to March 1918. Woimded on Arras 
Front April 20, and 24, 1917. Gassed Cambrai Front March 21 to 26, 1918. 

NOEL FOSKETT. 

Admitted Dec. 1914, practising at 9 Bush Lane, Cannon Street, E.C. Joined 
Dec. 16, 1916, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Machine Gun Corps Sept. 26, 1917. Served in Belgium 
Oct. 1917 to Dec. 1917, Italy Dec. 1917 to April 1918, France and Belgium 
April 1918 to March 1919. Wounded June 28, and Oct. 6, 1918. 



194 RECORD OF SERVICE 

ARTHUR WILLIAM FOSTER. 

Articled to E. P. Foster, of Wells, Somerset. Joined Nov. 9, 1914, as 
O.S., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, promoted A.B. March 1915. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Special Reserve Royal Field Artillery, March 27, 1917. Served 
at Gallipoli and Dardanelles May 1915 to Aug. 1916, and in France Aug. 1917 
to May 1918. Wounded May 16, 1918. 

EDWARD WADE FOSTER. 

Articled to E. P. Foster, of Wells, Somerset. Joined July 3, 1917, as 
Private, Army Pay Corps, promoted Corporal July 1918. Served at Home. 

ERNEST HENRY FOSTER. 

Admitted April 1894. Member of Walter & E. H. Foster, of Leeds. 
Employed on War Work at Lands Branch, War Office. 

FERMIAN LE NEVE FOSTER. 

Admitted Dec. 1910. Member of Warren, Murton, Miller & Foster, of 45 
Bloomsbury Square, W.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., Inns of Court O.T.C., pro- 
moted Capt. June 1916, and subsequently employed at Ministry of Labour. 

GEORGE EDWARD FOSTER. 

Articled to A. W. Price, of Northampton. Joined Sept. 14, 1914, as 
Private, 7th Batt. Northamptonshire Regt., later Lance-Corporal. Com- 
missioned as 2nd Lieut. 2nd Batt. Monmouthshire Regt. Jan. 22, 1915, ap- 
pointed Lieut. July 1915, and A/Capt. Oct. 1917. Served in France July 1915 
to Aug. 1916 and Oct. 1917 to April 1918. Wounded Aug. 1916. Captured 
April 12, 1918, and interned in Grandenz, Poland. Repatriated Dec. 21, 1918. 

HORACE HARFORD FOSTER. 

Admitted Feb. 1907, practising at Malvern. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
Herefordshire Regt., promoted Lieut. July 1917. 

HUGH MATHESON FOSTER. 

Admitted Nov. 1907. Member of Foster & Wells, of Aldershot. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Capt., 1/4 Batt. Hampshire Regt. (T.F.), promoted Major 
Sept. 5, 1919. D.A.A.G. 4th (India) Division. Awarded the T.D. Served in 
Mesopotamia and Persia 1915 to 1916, and in India 1916 to 1919. 

RENNIE JAMES FOSTER. 

Admitted Sept. 1907. Managing Clerk with Gaunt, Foster & Co., of Brad- 
ford. Joined Aug. 5, 1914, as Private, 1/6 Batt. West Yorkshire Regt., 
subsequently promoted Corporal. Awarded the M.M. Served in France and 
Belgium April 1915 to June 1918. Wounded at Battle of Somme July 20, 
1916. 

ROBERT TONGE FOSTER. 

Articled to W. A. Foster, of Hull. Joined Oct. 1914, as Private, Inns of 
Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. East Riding Yorkshire Yeomanry Feb. 26, 
1915, promoted Lieut. 2nd Reserve Cavalry Regt. Aug. 1917. Served in France. 

WILLIAM FOSTER. 

Articled to J. A. H. Green, of Nottingham. Joined March 13, 1915, as 
2nd Lieut., 2/7 Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters), promoted 
Lieut. Oct. 1915, Capt. and Adjutant March 1918. Once mentioned in 



RECORD OF SERVICE 195 

Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home and in France and Belgium. 
Wounded April 23, 1917. 

PETER ROBERTS FOULKES-ROBERTS. 

Articled to A. Foulkes-Roberts, of Denbigh, N. Wales. Mobilised Aug. 

1914, as Lieut. ,4th Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers, promoted Temp. Capt. July 1915, 
Substantive Capt. Oct. 1915. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
M.C. Served in France June 1915 to March 1918. Wounded and taken 
prisoner March 23, 1918. Repatriated Nov. 28, 1919. 

JOHN ALFRED ARNOTT FOUNTAIN. 

Articled to C. F. Booth, of 4 Bedford Row, W.C. Joined Nov. 23, 1914, 
as Private, 12th Batt. Royal Sussex Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 10th Batt. 
King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry Feb. 24, 1915. Served in France. 
Killed between Fricourt Wood and La Boiselle July 1, 1916. 

ARTHUR CLIFFORD FOUNTAINE. 

Admitted Dec. 1900, practised at 27 Chancery Lane, W.C. Served as 
Lieut., 60th Garrison Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers. 

REGINALD WEST FOVARGUE. 

Articled to H. W. Fovargue, of Eastbourne. Joined Sept. 4, 1914, as 
Private, 18th Batt. Royal Fusiliers, Public Schools Brigade. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 2/2 Home Counties Brigade Royal Field Artillery Feb. 26, 1915, pro- 
moted Lieut. June 1916, and A /Capt. Oct. 1918. Served at Home Sept. 1914 to 
March 1916 and April 1916 to Oct. 1917, France April 1 to April 17, 1916, 
Mesopotamia Oct. 1917 to May 1919, and in India May to Sept. 1919. 

SYDNEY JOHN FOWLER. 

Admitted Nov. 1897. Member of Fowler & Co., of Oakham, Rutland. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 5th Batt. Leicestershire Regt. Served in France 
Oct. to Dec. 1915, remainder of time in England. 

ROBERT JOHN FOWLES. 

Articled to A. E. ElHs, of 6 King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.C. Served as 
Private, Hon. Artillery Company. Obtained commission in Hon. Artillery 
Company and promoted Lieut. June 1918. Held rank of Capt. whilst Courts- 
Martial Officer. Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 

ARTHUR CECIL FOX. 

Articled to Peregrine Thomas, of Burnley. Served as Private, 70th 
Training Reserve Batt., Ripon. 

JEREMIAH HASLAM FOX. 

Admitted Dec. 1895, practising at St. Helens, Lanes. Served as Major, 
West Lancashire Division Royal Engineers. 

JOHN FOX 

Admitted June 1905. Assistant Registrar of Friendly Societies, British 
Museum, Montague Place, W.C. Joined May 8, 1915, as Temp. 2nd Lieut., 
Royal Army Service Corps, promoted Temp. Lieut. Sept. 1915, Temp. Capt. Dec. 

1915, A/Major Aug. 1917, D.A.D.S., G.H.Q., 1st Echelon, E.E.F., Dec. 1917, 
Temp. Major, Staff, Feb. 1918. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
O.B.E. (Military Division). Served in Dardanelles July 1915 to Feb. 1916, 



198 RECORD OF SERVICE 

Senussi Campaign Feb. to May 1916, Egypt May 1916 to Oct. 1917, Palestine 
Oct. 1917 to Feb. 1919. 

PHILIP HENRY FOX. 

Admitted Aug. 1901. Of 119b St. James's Com*t, Buckingham Gate, 
S.W. Joined March 1, 1915, as A.B. (Mobile Section, Anti-Aircraft Corps), 
Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Assistant Paymaster Royal Naval Reserve 
July 1915, Pa>Tnaster-Lieut. July 1917. Served with H.M.Y. Sagonara, H.M.Y. 
Sapitta, H.IVI.S. President, English Channel, Hebrides, Murman Coast, and 
Shore Service. 

WILLIAM STEPHEN FRANCE. 

Admitted July 1886, practising at Wigan. Mobilised Aug. 5, 1914, as 
Lieut. -Col. (Hon. Col.) Commanding 5th Batt. Manchester Regt. (T.F.), 
to Command of Details East Lancashire Reserves Depot Sept. 1914, A. A. and 
Q.M.G. 66th (East Lancashire) Division Nov. 1914, D.A.Q.M.G. Mersey 
Garrison Feb. 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home. 

FRANCIS EDWARD FRANCILLON. 

Admitted Oct. 1914. Member of H. J. Francillon & Son, of Dursley, Glos. 
Mobilised Aug. 5, 1914, as Lieut., 1/5 Batt. Gloucestershire Regt., promoted 
Temp. Capt. May 1915, Substantive Capt. June 1916. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Served in France March 1915 to Nov. 1917, Italy Nov. 1917 to 
Sept. 1918, France Sept. 1918 to July 1919. 

FRANCIS ARCHIBALD FRANCIS. 

Admitted April 1910. Member, of Marcus & Francis, of 47 Broad Street 
Avenue, E.G. Joined July 4, 1915, as A.B., Royal Navy Branch, Royal Naval 
Volunteer Reserve. 

GUY LANCELOT BRERETON FRANCIS. 

Admitted March 1911. Member of Morgan & Co., of Chepstow. Served 
as Capt., 1st Batt. Monmouthshire Regt., and afterwards transferred to Royal 
Army Service Corps (M.T.). 

HUGH DOUGLAS PEREGRINE FRANCIS. 

Admitted Oct. 1908. Member of Francis & Johnson, of 19 Great Win- 
chester Street, E.C. Joined Aug. 3, 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 1/1 East Riding Yeomanry Sept. 25, 1914, promoted Lieut. 
June 1916, Capt. July 1917, Adjutant Aug. 1915 to April 1918, Capt. and 
Adjutant 102nd (Lincoln and East Riding Yeomanry) Batt. Machine Gun 
Corps April 1918 to March 1919. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
the M.C. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to Oct. 1915, Egypt Oct. 1915 to Nov. 
1916, Palestine Nov. 1916 to May 1918, France June 1918 to March 1919. 

WALTER HAMOND FRANCIS. 

Admitted Nov. 1882. Member of Francis & Co., of Cambridge. Joined 
Jan. 23, 1915, as Capt. and Hon. Major, Royal Defence Corps (formerly 4th 
Batt. Suffolk Regt.). Served at Home. 

CHARLES CLARK FRANK. 

Admitted Feb. 1895, practising at Leeds. Joined Nov. 5, 1915, as 2nd 
Lieut., 7th Batt. Prince of Wales's Own West Yorkshire Regt. (Leeds Rifles), 



RECORD OF SERVICE 197 

promoted Lieut. July 1917, resigned Commission on the grounds of ill-health 
caused by wounds and retained the rank of Lieutenant Feb. 25, 1918. Served 
at Home Nov. 1915 to May 1916, France May to July 1916. Wounded 
in the attack on the Selmahen Redoubt opposite Thiepval Wood July 1, 1916, 
and captured the same night. A prisoner in Germany until interned in Holland 
on May 16, 1918. Repatriated sick Sept. 23, 1918. 

ERNEST FRANIOvAND. 

Admitted Oct. 1908, practising at Middlesbrough. Joined May 1916, as 
Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, promoted Lance-Bombardier Dec. 1918. 
Served in France. 

WALTER BELL FRANKLIN. 

Articled to William Graham, of 24 Coleman Street, E.C. Served as 2nd 
Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps. 

REGINALD DAVID FRAPE. 

Admitted May 1905. Member of Frape & Gauntlett, of Brighton. Joined 
Nov. 16, 1914, as Private, 13th Batt. Royal Sussex Regt., and subsequently 
promoted Lance-Corporal. Served in France. Killed in action June 30, 
1916. 

ARNOLD FREDERICK ERASER. 

Admitted Feb. 1913. Member of Eraser & Eraser, of Nottingham. Served 
as 2nd Lieut., 7th (Service) Batt. South Staffordshire Regt. 

CECIL EDWARD REGINALD ERASER. 

Admitted Oct. 1905. Member of Eraser & Son, of Nottingham. Joined 
Sept. 24, 1914, as Private, Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Aug. 4, 1915, promoted Lieut. Dec. 1915, Capt. May 
1918. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home, and in France 
and Belgium. 

CECIL EUSTACE WILLIAM ERASER. 

Admitted Aug. 1901, practising at Bickley, Kent. Served as Capt. 5tb, 
London Brigade Royal Field Artillery, and promoted Major June 1917. 

EDWARD ERASER. 

Admitted March 1906. Member of North, Kirk & Co., of Liverpool. 
Served as 2nd Lieut., Machine Gun Corps. 

GORDON ERASER. 

Admitted Jan. 1910, practising at Ipswich. Joined Oct. 7, 1914, as 
2nd Lieut., 3rd Batt. Suffolk Regt., attached Royal Army Ordnance Corps 
Dec. 1914, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1915, Capt. Sept. 1916, Major July 1917, 
appointed to Administrative Staff. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
the M.C. Served in France and Belgium March 1915 to Jan. 1919. 

JAMES SCHOLFIELD ERASER. 

Admitted Nov. 1900, practised at Ashford, Kent. Mobilised Aug. 1914, 
as Capt., 5th Batt. East Kent Regt. (The Buffs), and subsequently promoted 
Major. Served in India and Mesopotamia. Killed at Shaikh Saad, in Meso- 
potamia, Jan. 13-14, 1916. 



198 RECORD OF SERVICE 

WALLACE ERASER. 

Admitted April 1899, practised at Liverpool. Joined Aug. 1914, as 
Private, 19th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. Gazetted Lieut, in same Regt. 
Sept. 1, 1914, promoted Capt. Dee. 1914. Served in France. Killed in action 
at Guillemont July 30, 1916. 

ROWLAND WYNNE FRAZIER. 

Admitted June 1912. Managing Clerk with Redfern, Hunt & Co., of 
Frederick's Place, E.C. Joined Sept. 3, 1914, as Ordinary Seaman, Royal 
Naval Volunteer Reserve, Signalman May 1915. Gazetted Sub-Lieut. Royal 
Naval Volunteer Reserve Feb. 1, 1916, Observer Lieut. Royal Navy Oct. 1917, 
Capt. Royal Air Force April 1918. Minesweeping in North Sea May 1915 to 
Jan. 1916, Flying in Eastern Mediterranean Oct. to Dec 1916. Shot down 
in Henri Farman Biplane at Gereviz, near Port Lagos, coast of Bulgaria, Dec. 1, 
1916. Escaped from Phihppopolis Prison Camp Aug. 28, 1918. Recaptured 
at Chepelari Sept. 8, 1918. 

WILLLiM FREAM. 

Articled to Ralph Fream, of Gloucester. Served as Lieut., 5th Batt. 
Gloucestershire Regt. 

HERBERT FREEDMAN. 

Articled to J. C. Morton, of Sunderland. Joined March 7, 1917, as Gunner 
in Durham Royal Garrison Artillery, transferred to No. 3 Siege Artillery 
Reserve Brigade Nov. 1917, and to 176th Siege Battery Feb. 1918. Served 
with the Italian Expeditionary Force. 

ADOLPHUS HYMAN FREEMAN. 

Admitted Oct. 1915, practising at 17 Cork Street, W. Joined March 1, 1916, 
as Rifleman, 3/16 Batt. County of London Regt. (Queen's Westminster Rifles), 
promoted Lance-Corporal July 1916. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service 
Corps (M.T.) Oct. 23, 1916, promoted Lieut. April 1918. Served at Home and 
in France and Belgium. 

GEORGE HERBERT FREEMAN. 

Admitted April 1906, practising at 23 Bedford Row, W.C. Joined Dec. 
1915, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery Aug. 28, 1916, promoted Lieut. Feb. 1918, 
Capt. and Adjutant March 1918. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
the M.B.E. Served in Salonica. 

GODFREY JOHN TILLEARD FREEMAN. 

Admitted Feb. 1905, practising at 30 & 31 Clement's Lane, E.C. Joined 
Dec. 20, 1915, as Private, Royal Army Medical Corps, became Cadet Royal 
Army Service Corps Nov. 1918. Served in France May 1916 to Nov. 1918. 

JOHN ARTHUR FREEMAN. 

Admitted Dec. 1899. Member of Brook, Freeman & Batley, of Hudders- 
field. Joined Sept. 2, 1914, as Lieut., Duke of WelHngton's Regt., afterwards 
transferred to 2nd Garrison Batt. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. 
Served in France Jan. to May. 1917. Discharged Oct. 25, 1917, as a result of 
illness contracted on Active Service. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 199 

JOHN GUY FREEMAN. 

Admitted Oct. 1914. Member of A. G. Freeman & Son, of 20 Copthall 
Avenue, E.C. Joined March 1917, as Private, Royal Army Ordnance Corps. 
Served in France. Discharged Dec. 1917. 

ROBERT CLIFFORD FREEIVIAN. 

Articled to C. R. Freeman, of 30a George Street, Hanover Square, W. 
Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Capt., 12th Batt. London Regt. (T.F.), in command 
1st London Divisional Signal Coy. Royal Engineers (T.F.) Aug. 1914, transferred 
with unit to 29th Division Jan. 1915, acted as O.C. 29th Divisional Signal 
Coy. at Gallipoli April to Aug. 1915, invalided (dysentery) Aug. 1915, 
Instructor in Signal Service Training Centre Jan. to April 1916, Inspector of 
Signalling, Scottish Command, May to Nov. 1916, Staff Course, Cambridge, 
Nov. to Dec. 1916, G.S.O.III. Fourth Garrison, Edinburgh, Jan. to Nov. 1917, 
Staff attachments and employed with 2nd Army Signal Coy., France, Nov. 1917 
to June 1918, G.S.O.III. 31st Division June 1918 to April 1919. Awarded M.C. 
and Belgian Croix de Guerre. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to March 1915, 
and Aug. 1915 to Nov. 1917, GallipoH April to Aug. 1915, France Nov. 1917 
to April 1919. 

RUSSELL JOURDAN FREEMAN. ! 

Admitted Nov. 1903. Member of John Newton & Sons, of 27 Clement's 
Lane, E.C. Served as Bombardier, Royal Field Artillery. 

SAMUEL FREEMAN. 

Admitted Nov. 1902, practising at HaUfax. Joined Sept. 17, 1918, as 
Victualling Assistant, Royal Navy. Served at Home (at Portsmouth Royal 
Naval Barracks). 

WALTER HANSON FREEMAN. 

Articled to W. H. Coles, of Wakefield. Mobihsed Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
5th Batt. West Yorkshire Regt. (T.F.), prom.oted Lieut. Oct. 1914, Temp. 
Capt. Sept. 1915, Substantive Capt. June 1916, A/Major Oct. 1918. Awarded 
the M.C. and Bar. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to April 1915, in France 
and Flanders April 1915 to March 1919, and in Germany March to Dec. 
1919. 

WALTER KINGSON FREETH. 

Articled to Arthur Gilbert, of 4 Walbrook, E.C. Served as Capt., 12th 
Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 

ALFRED CYRIL FRENCH. 

Articled to F. H. Pepper, of Birmingham. Joined Sept. 27, 1917, as 
Private, Inns of Court, O.T.C., subsequently became Cadet, Royal Artillery, 
and after demobihsation gazetted as 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery. 
Served at Home. 

ROBERT MASON JACKSON FRENCH. 

Articled to J. M. French, of Boscombe. Mobihsed Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 
3rd Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers, promoted Capt. Feb. 1915, attached to 2nd 
Batt. Aug. 1914 to Sept. 1915, and to 1st Batt. Sept. 1915. Served in France. 
Wounded at Loos. Died from wounds Feb. 19, 1916. 



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WILLIA:M GORDON FRENCH. 

Admitted June 1909, practising at Bolton, Lanes. Joined Dec. 3, 1915, 
as 2nd Class Air-;Meehanic, Royal Flying Corps, subsequently promoted 1st Class 
Air-Mechanic Royal Air Force. Served at Home. 

GILBERT RAPER FRERE. 

Articled to A. F. Foster, of 28 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Joined Aug. 
1914, as Private, Public Schools Batt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 10th Batt. The Rifle 
Brigade Sept. 1915, appointed Adjutant Oct. 1915, promoted Capt. shortly 
before his death. Served at Home and in France. Wounded Oct. 26, 1915, at 
Laventie, and died the evening of the same day at the Casualty Clearing Station 
at Merville, where he was buried. 

PHILIP BEAUMONT FRERE. 

!-?:« Articled to L. C. Cholmeley, of 28 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Joined 
Aug. 3, 1914, as Rifleman, Inns of Court, O.T.C. Gazetted Temp. 2nd Lieut. 
8th Batt. East Surrey Regt. Sept. 12, 1914, promoted Temp. Lieut. Dec. 1914, 
2nd Lieut. (Regulars) 1st King's Royal Rifle Corps Aug. 4, 1916, Lieut, and 
Adjutant Dec. 1916, Temp. Capt. Aug. 1917. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded the M.C. Served in France and Belgium June 1915 to June 1918. 
Wounded June 20, 1918. 

LEONARD MICHAEL FRIEND. 

Admitted Nov. 1907, practising at 167 Sej^nour Place, W. Served as 
Lieut., 3rd Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers, 

CHARLES PERCIVAL FRIPP. 

Articled to G. P. Fripp, of Oldham. Served as Private, 7th Batt. King's 
Liverpool Regt. (T.). 

GEORGE CHRISTIE FRIPP. 

Admitted Oct. 1912. Member of Fripp & Son, of Oldham. Served as 
2nd Lieut., 10th Batt. Manchester Regt., and promoted Lieut. July 1917. 
Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 

WILLIAM THOMAS FRODSHAM. 

Articled to J. Frodsham, of St. Helens. Joined Oct. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
2/5 Batt. South Lancashire Regt., promoted Lieut. April 1918. Served in 
France. Kifled in action at Delville Wood Sept. 9, 1916. 

ALFRED FROST. 

Articled to J. H. Frost, of Birmingham. Served as 2nd Lieut., Guards 
Machine Gun Regt. 

GEORGE CHARLES LOVELL FRY. 

Admitted Feb. 1887, practising at 74 Coleman Street, E.C. Joined 
Aug. 4, 1914, as Transport Sergeant, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists 
Rifles). Gazetted Staff Lieut. Special List as Railway Transport Officer 
April 6, 1916, promoted 1st Class May 1917. Served in France throughout. 

THEODORE PENROSE FRY. 

Articled to Percy Corder, of Newcastle-on-Tyne. Joined Nov. 6, 1914, 
as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. Durham Light Infantry (T.F.), promoted Lieut. June 



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1916, Capt. Jan. 1919., Instructor VI. Corps School, B.E.F., Oct. 1917 to 
Feb. 1919. Served at Home and in France. Wounded at Ypres Dec. 25, 
1915. 

WILLIAIM HENRY FRY. 

Articled to A. J. Larcome, of Portsmouth. Enlisted as Private in the 
Public Schools Batt. Royal Fusiliers at the outbreak of War, and shortly after- 
wards gazetted 2nd Lieut. 13th Batt. Hampshire Regt. Went to Gallipoli 
1915 and remained there until the evacuation, then went to Egypt and finally 
to France. Seconded to Machine Gun Corps, promoted Lieut. Once mentioned 
in Dispatches. Killed in action May 26, 1917. 

ROBERT LEO FULFORD. 

Admitted Feb. 1910, in practice at 33 Bedford Street, W.C. Joined 
Aug. 28, 1914, as Private, in Infantry. Later gazetted Capt. Royal Army 
Service Corps. Discharged Aug. 1918. 

ALAN LINDSEY FULLALOVE. 

Articled to G. S. Ritchie, of Burnley. Joined Feb. 1916, as Sub-Lieut., 
Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Served in H.M.S. Columnbella, in 10th 
Cruiser Squadron, and in H.M.S. Courageous, Flag-ship of Vice- Admiral, Light 
Cruiser Force. 

ALFRED WALTER FRANCIS FULLER. 

Admitted April 1906. Managing Clerk with Steadman, Van Praagh & 
Gaylor, of 4 Suffolk Street, Pall Mall East, S.W. Joined Sept. 1914, as 
Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 9th Batt. Oxford and 
Bucks Light Infantry March 17, 1915, promoted Lieut. Oct. 1915, Capt. Jan. 
1916, attached Tank Corps Jan. 1917, rejoined Regt. April 1917, XII. Corps 
Trench Mortar Officer and Commandant of T.M. School Jan. to Sept. 1918. 
Rejoined Regt. Served at Home Sept. 1914 to June 1917, Macedonia (Serbia 
and Bulgaria) June 1917 to Jan. 1919 with 7th Oxford and Bucks Light 
Infantry. 

GORDON HOWARD FULLER. 

Articled to Ernest A. Fuller, of 37 Essex Street, W.C. Joined Oct. 1914, 
as Private, 5th Batt. East Surrey Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Oxford and Bucks 
Light Infantry Jan. 1917, and promoted Temp. Capt. March 1918. Served 
in India and France. Killed south of Arras July 7, 1918. 

EDWARD ARTHUR CRAIG FULTON. 

Articled to C. S. Fisher, of 3 Field Court, Gray's Inn. Joined Aug. 6, 1914, 
as Private, 2nd Batt. Royal Fusiliers, subsequently gazetted Capt. 3rd B;itt. 
Highland Light Infantry. Served at Malta 1914, in France 1915 to 1917, and 
in India 1918 to 1919. Accidentally wounded at La Gorgue Oct. 25, 1915. 

GEORGE KOBERWEIN FULTON. 

Admitted July 1910. Member of Hamilton Fulton & Son, of Salisbury. 
Joined Feb. 1915, as Lieut., Wiltshire Regt., and subsequently attained the 
rank of Lieut. -Col. 9th Batt. Cheshire Regt. Three times mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. Served in France. Killed in action 
April 14, 1918. 



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CLEMENT BARRINGTON FURMSTON. 

Articled to W. M. Wilson, of Alfreton, Derbyshire. Enlisted Nov. 1914, 
as Private, 21st Batt. Royal Fusiliers, and on Sept. 5, 1916, obtained com- 
mission as 2nd Lieut. Machine Gun Corps. Killed in action at Arras April 9, 
1917. 

ARTHUR SANDERSON FURNISS. 

Admitted Nov. 1913. Member of Girbord & Co., of Rotherham. Joined 
Aug. 6, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. York and Lancaster Regt., promoted 
Lieut. Jan. 1915, Capt. May 1915. Served in France. Wounded and taken 
prisoner at Beaumont Hamel Feb. 22, 1917. 

JOHN JAMES FYFFE. 

Admitted Nov. 1912. Member of Elhson & Fyffe, of Sheffield. Joined 
Aug. 1914, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps, and subsequenetly gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 9th Batt. West Yorkshire Regt. Served at Gallipoli, Egypt, and 
France. Killed in action in France in 1916. 

LEONARD WILLIAM FYSON. 

Articled to B. E. White, of 52 Bedford Row, W.C. Joined Nov. 17, 1915, 
as Private, 2nd Batt. Hon. Artillery Company (Infantry). Commissioned as 
2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. East Surrey Regt. Dec. 19, 1916, promoted Lieut. June 
1918. Served at Home and in France. Wounded July 18, 1917. 



CYRIL LEICESTER GABELL. 

Admitted March 1913, practising at Hereford. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
2nd Batt. Monmouthshire Regt., subsequently promoted Capt. 

VICTOR JOHN GADBAN. 

Admitted Dec. 1904. Member of Downie & Gadban, of Alton, Hants, 
Served as Temp. Capt., Labour Corps. 

JOSEPH HENRY GAIN. 

Admitted Oct. 1905, practising at Painters Hall, Little Trinity Lane, E.C» 
Served as Private, Royal Army Ordnance Corps. 

THOMAS ALAN GAINSFORD. 

Admitted Feb. 1904. Member of Webster & Co., of Sheffield. Served 
as 2nd Lieut., Royal Garrison Artillery. 

THOMAS GAIR. 

Articled to Sir Harcourt E. Clare, of Preston. Joined Aug. 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., Royal Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. 1916. Served in France Feb. 
to Sept. 1917. Killed at Ypres Sept. 9, 1917. 

ANTHONY RICHARD GALE. 

Admitted April 1910, practising at 11 Queen Victoria Street, E.C. Joined 
Nov. 12, 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted Lieut. Royal Army 
Ordnance Corps Jan. 22, 1915, promoted A /Capt. Feb. 1916, Temp. Capt. Oct. 
1917, A/Major Jan. 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home 
Nov. 1914 to Jan. 1915, and in France Jan. 1915 to Oct. 1919. 



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LIONEL ERNEST BRADLEY GALE. 

Admitted June 1905, practising at Poole, Dorset. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
4th Batt. Hampshire Regt. (T.), attached 68th Labour Company. 

REGINALD ALBERT BRADLEY GALE. 

Admitted May 1914, practised at Basingstoke. Served as Cadet. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery, and subsequently promoted Lieut. 

JOHN RUSSELL GALES. 

Admitted July 1913. Managing Clerk with Landor & Barrows, of Wolver- 
hampton. Joined Aug. 4, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 3rd (S.R.) Batt. Durham 
Light Infantry, promoted Lieut. Sept. 1919, Staff July 1915 to Feb. 1917. 
Awarded the M.B.E. Served in France and Flanders and with Army of 
Occupation. Wounded Sept. 20, 1914. 

HAROLD EDWIN GALLAHER. 

Admitted Nov. 1906, of Sutton, Surrey. Joined May 21, 1915, as 2nd 
Lieut., 15th Batt. County of London Regt. (Civil Service Rifles) (T.F.), promoted 
Lieut. Sept. 1916, Staff Lieut. A.C.M.A. No. 29 Area July 1918, Staff Capt. 
March 1919. Served in France May to Nov. 1916. 

JOHN ARTHUR GALLOP. 

Admitted Sept. 1905, practising at 4 Great Winchester Street, E.C. Served 
at Home as Capt., Hertfordshire Regt. 

LIONEL RICHMOND GALSWORTHY. 

Articled to C. W. Cross, of 34 Copthall Avenue, E.C. Joined Oct. 5, 1914, 
as Private, 3rd (City of London) Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Commissioned as 2nd 
Lieut. 15th Batt. Royal Fusiliers Dec. 9, 1914, transferred to Royal Field 
Artillery Sept. 1917, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1917. Served in France Nov. 1915 
to Oct. 1918. 

CHARLES LANCELOT GAMBLE. 

Admitted April 1909. Of East Moulsey. Joined Aug. 12, 1914, as Lieut., 
Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, promoted to Lieut.-Commander. Awarded 
Croix de Guerre with Palms (French). 

JOHN HUNTER GAMBLE. 

Admitted April 1909. Managing Clerk with John Gamble, of 95 and 97 
Finsbury Pavement, E.C. Joined Sept. 5, 1916, as Private, 3rd Batt. Essex 
Regt., and subsequently promoted Lance-Corporal, transferred Army Pay 
Corps as Private Dec. 1917, promoted Corporal Dec. 1918. Served at Home. 

JOHN CHARLES BLAGDON GAMLEN. 

Admitted Aug. 1910. Member of Morrell, Peel & Gamlen, of Oxford. 
Joined Oct. 1914 Oxford University O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3/4 Batt. 
Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry May 1915, promoted Lieut, and Adjutant 
Jan. 1916, Lieut. 1/4 Batt. Aug. 1916 to Feb. 1919, Staff Capt. General Head- 
quarters, Italy, Feb. to April 1919. Awarded the M.C. Served in France 
1916 to 1917, Belgium 1917, Italy 1917 to 1919. 

BEAUMONT EDWARD ZACHARIE GAMMELL. 

Articled to P. C. Conway, of 81 Rochester Row, Westminster, S.W. 
Joined March 2, 1916, as 3rd Air-Mechanic, Royal Flying Corps. Gazetted 



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2nd Lieut. Royal Flying Corps Aug. 16, 1917, promoted Lieut. April 1918. 
Served in France. Killed Sept. 4, 1918, by anti-aircraft guns over Germany. 
Died in German hands. 

HmiPHREY PERCIVAL GAMON. 

Admitted Nov. 1903. Member of Gamon, Farmer & Co, of Chester. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914 as Capt., 5th Batt. North Staffordshire Regt., promoted 
Major July 1917, Staff Capt. 3rd Echelon G.H.Q., France, Aug. 1916, D.A.A.G. 
Nov. 1918. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the O.B.E. (Military 
Division). Served in France March 1915 to March 1919, except for about a 
month in Egypt. 

HENRY GANDY. 

Admitted Oct. 1910. Of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
Northumbrian (North Riding) Royal Garrison Artillery, promoted Temp. 
Lieut. Nov. 1918. 

IRVING BLANCHARD GANE. 

Admitted Feb. 1914. Member of Gane & Tattersall, of 106 Leadenhall 
Street, E.C. Joined Aug. 10, 1914, as Private, 1st Batt. Hon. Artillery Com- 
pany (Infantry). Subsequently Capt., General Staff Officer 3rd Grade, G.H.Q., 
E.E.F. Served in France Sept. 1914 to May 1915 and June to Dec. 1916, 
Salonica Dec. 1916 to June 1917, and Palestine June 1917 to March 1919. 

JOSEPH HERBERT GARBUTT. 

Articled to H. E. Harrowell, of York. Joined Nov. 1916, as Private, 
28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles), promoted Sergeant Oct. 
1918. Served in France and Belgium. Killed in action at Harvengt, Belgium, 
Nov. 10, 1918. 

FREDERICK GARD. 

Admitted Dec. 1905. Member of Albert Gard & Co., of Devonport. 
Joined May 17, 1915, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 9th Batt. 
Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry Aug. 21, 1915, and subsequently transferred 
to 1st Batt., promoted Lieut., for some time held acting rank of Capt. Served 
at Home, in Flanders, and on the Italian Front. Killed in action June 28, 1918. 

STEPHEN ALFRED GARD. 

Admitted Aug. 1908. Member of Gard, Rook & Co., of 2 Gresham Build- 
ings, E.C. Joined Aug. 24, 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company, promoted 
Lance-Sergeant Sept. 1915. Served in France and Flanders. Killed in 
action Sept. 30, 1915. Buried at Brandhoek, near Poperinghe. 

ERIC GORDON GARDINER. 

Articled to E. J. Stokes, of 10 Serjeant's Inn, E.C. Joined Sept. 1914 
Inns of Court O.T.C. Commissioned to the Lancashire Fusiliers March 1915, 
promoted Lieut. June 1915, Adjutant April 1916, Capt. Sept. 1916, Second in 
Command and Major 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
M.C. Served in France. 

EDGAR FREDERIC GARDNER. 

Admitted May 1882, practising at Newport, Mon. Joined Feb. 2, 1915, 
as Lieut., 4th Supernumerary Coy. 1st Batt. Monmouthshire Regt., promoted 



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Capt. on Supernumerary Staff, Chester, and Adjutant and Supervising Officer 
(Acting) June 1915. Served at Home. Discharged invalided June 17, 1917. 

GEORGE DUDLEY GARDNER. 

Articled to G. J. E. Gardner, of Northallerton. Joined Sept. 12, 1914, 
as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. Yorkshire Regt., promoted Lieut. May 1915, trans- 
ferred Royal Flying Corps July 1915, Capt. Jan. 1917, Major March 1918. 
Three times mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. and Italian Silver 
Medal for Military Valour. Served at Home Sept. 1914 to Nov. 1915, and 
Dec. 1918 to April 1919, Egypt Dec. 1915 to July 1916, Macedonia July 1916 
to July 1918. 

GEORGE HERBERT GARDNER. 

Admitted Sept. 1907. Mtmber of Chalmers-Hunt & Gardner, of Ware. 
Joined Sept. 7, 1914, as Private, 2/28 Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists 
Rifles). Subsequently became Major. 

PHILIP MURRAY GARDNER. 

Admitted July 1912. Member of Loxley, Gardner & Sewell, of 1 & 2 
Bucklersbury, E.G. Joined March 4, 1915, as Sub-Lieut., Royal Naval 
Volunteer Reserve, Paymaster Sub-Lieut. April 1916. Served in H.M.Y. 
Boadicea II in Italy. 

ROBERT GARDNER. 

Admitted Aug. 1904. Member of E. G. Clark & Gardner, of Lancaster. 
Served as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. Royal Lancaster Regt. Killed in action 
May 5, 1915. 

RONALD ARTHUR GARDNER. 

Articled to E. H. Clutterbuck, of Birmingham. Joined Oct. 26, 1915, as 
Private, Royal Army Service Corps, appointed A /Corporal Nov. 1915, but 
appointment cancelled May 1916 on volunteering for overseas service. Served 
at Home Oct. 1915 to June 1916 and July 1917 to March 1919, Salonica June 
1916 to July 1917. 

WILLIAM GARNER. 

Admitted Oct. 1892, practising at Hounslow. Served as Lieut. -Col. com- 
manding 8th Batt. Middlesex Regt. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
the C.M.G. Served in Gibraltar, France, and Home. Wounded 2nd Battle 
of Ypres May 1915. Discharged June 15, 1917. 

ABRAHAM LANGHORN GARNETT. 

Admitted May 1878, practising at Burnley. Joined Aug. 13, 1914, as 
Lieut, and Quartermaster, Royal Army Medical Corps, Capt, and Quarter- 
master Aug. 1917. Served at Home. Discharged owing to disability June 4, 
1918. 

NORTON ROCHFORT GARRARD. 

Articled to T. E. Baker, of 16 Serjeant's Inn, E.C. Joined Sept. 1, 1914, 
as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 6th Batt. North Stafford- 
shire Regt. Nov. 6, 1914, promoted Lieut. (Temp.) Jan. 1915, Capt. (Temp.) 
May 1916, Lieut. June 1916, A/Capt. June to Oct. 1917 and July to Sept. 1918. 
Served at Home and in France. 



206 RECORD OF SERVICE 

JOHN WHITMORE GARRATT. 

Admitted Dec. 1891, practising at Cradlev Heath, Staffs. Served as Lieut. - 
Col., 7th Batt. Worcestershire Regt. till Nov. 1914, after on T.F.R. for 18 
months, and then G.S.O. for 15 months in France and Belgium. Served at 
Home and in France and Belgium. Wounded at Nieppe April 10, 1918. 

DOUGLAS THORNBURY GARRETT. 

Admitted Jan. 1909. Member of Parker, Garrett & Co., of St. Michael's 
Rectory, Cornhill, E.C. Joined Feb. 1917, as Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer 
Reserve. Served at Home, Gibraltar, and Sierra Leone, West Africa. 

NEWSON LITTLEWOOD GARRETT. 

Admitted Aug. 1893. Member of Minchin, Garrett & Co. of 4 Stone 
Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Joined April 1915, as Capt., King's Royal 
Rifle Corps, promoted Major Oct. 1915. Served at Home and in France. 
DAVID LYNDSAY STRANACK GASKELL. 

Articled to Thomas Mears, of Great George Street, Westminster, S.W. 
Joined Aug. 10, 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company, and subsequently 
promoted Corporal. Gazetted Lieut, in Cardiff City Batt. The Welch Regt. 
May 20, 1915. Served in France. Fatally wounded at bomb practice Jan. 11, 
1916. Died Jan. 12, 1916. 

JOHN CLARE GASKELL. 

Admitted Nov. 1910. Member of Gaskell & Co., of Cardiff. Mobilised 
Aug. 8, 1914, as Major, 2nd Welsh Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, promoted 
Brigade-Major 53rd Division Sept. 1915, Lieut-Colonel commanding 261st 
Brigade April 1917 and 262nd Brigade July 1917 to end of War. Once men- 
tioned in Dispatches. Served at Home 1914 to 1915, France 1915 to 1916, 
Egypt, Palestine, and Syria 1916 to 1919. 

WALLISS WILLIAM PENN GASKELL. 

Admitted Nov. 1902, practised at 214 Bishopsgate, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 4, 
1914, with Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 24th Batt. County of 
London Regt. (The Queen's) Feb. 1915. Served in France. Killed in action 
at La Bassee May 25-26, 1915. 

ARTHUR JOHN GATELEY. 

Admitted Nov. 1907. Member of Stephen Gateley & Sons, of Birming- 
ham. Joined Dec. 4, 1914, as Lieut., King's Liverpool Regt., promoted 
Capt. Oct. 1915, transferred to Cheshire Regt. Jan. 1916. Served at Home 
Dec. 1914 to Jan. 1916 and Nov. 1916 to April 1918, Salonica Jan. to Nov. 
1916, France April 1918 to March 1919. 

ERIC CHASEMORE GATES. 

Admitted Jan. 1914. Managing Clerk with Pontifex, Pitt & Johnson, 
16 St. Andrew Street, Holborn Circus, E.C. Joined Sept. 1914, as Lieut., 13th 
Batt. County of London Regt. (Kensington), promoted Capt. Feb. 1915. 
Killed at Neuve Chapelle March 12, 1915. 

KENNETH FRANCIS DRAKE GATTIE. 

Articled to J. B. Watford, of Abergavenny. Served as Capt., 3rd Batt. 
Monmouthshire Regt., subsequently transferred to South Wales Borderers, 



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appointed Brigade-Major April 1919. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded the D.S.O. and M.C. 

ALFRED GAUKROGER. 

Admitted Oct. 1906, practising at Bradford, Yorks. Joined Dec. 28, 
1917, as Paymaster Sub-Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Served in 
Bermuda, West Indies, Dec. 1917 to Dec. 1918, as Assistant to Naval Intelli- 
gence Officer. Secretary to Senior Naval Officer, Leith, Jan. to July 31, 1919. 

CUTHBERT VIVIAN GAULTER. 

Articled to J. R. Gaulter, of Fleetwood. Joined Sept. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
1/5 Batt. King's Own Royal Lancaster Regt., promoted Lieut. June 1915, 
attached Royal Flying Corps Dec. 1916. Served in France. Killed May 17, 1917. 

ARTHUR GAUNT. 

Admitted May 1910. Assistant to the Solicitor, North Eastern Railway 
Company, York. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. (P.W.O.) 
West Yorkshire Regt., promoted Lieut. Sept. 1914, Capt. June 1916. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the O.B.E. (Military Division). Served 
in France. Wounded at Thiepval Sept. 28, 1916. 

jviaurice gaunt. 

Admitted April 1902. Member of Gaunt, Foster & Co., of Bradford. 
Joined June 1916, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). Gazetted 
2nd Lieut, in same Regt. July 1917. Served in Salonica and at Malta. 

ROBERT ROBINS GEACH. 

Admitted March 1912. Member of Burley & Geach, of Petersfield, Hants. 
Served as Sergeant, 2nd London Sanitary Company. 

HENRY LESLIE GEARE. 

Admitted May 1909. Member of Geare & Son, of 27 Chancery Lane, 
W.C. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Colour-Sergeant, Inns of Court O.T.C. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Inns of Court O.T.C. Aug. 18, 1914, promoted Lieut. May 
1915, Temp. Capt. July 1915, Capt. June 1916, attached to 56th Division, 
B.E.F., July 1916, and to The Rifle Brigade Aug. 1918, posted to 1st Batt. King's 
Own Yorkshire Light Infantry Nov. 1918 and to 6th Batt. Royal Inniskilling 
Fusiliers Dec. 1918, appointed D.A.P.M. of Sub-Area of No. 4 Area April 
1919. Served at Home and in France and Belgium. 

THOMAS GEE. 

Articled to Gee & Edwards, of Swansea. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, 
Glamorganshire Yeomanry. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 120th Brigade Royal Field 
Artillery March 1915, promoted Lieut. (Temp. Capt.) 1916. Resigned owing 
to ill-health with rank of Temp. Lieut. 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served at Home and in France. Contracted diseased hip whilst in France. 
Died Nov. 13, 1917. 

WILLIAM CHARLES COLEMAN GELL. 

Admitted Feb. 1914. Managing Clerk with Parker, Garrett & Co., of 
St. Michael's Rectory, Cornhill, E.C. Embodied Aug. 4, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
Warwickshire Regt., promoted Temp. Lieut. Aug. 1914, Temp. Capt. June 
1915, Substantive Capt. June 1916, Temp. Major Oct. 1916, A/Lieut.-Col. 



208 RECORD OF SERVICE 

May 1917, Temp. Lieut. -Col. Jan. 1919. Three times mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded D.S.O. and Bar, M.C., Itahan Silver Medal for Valour and Brevet 
Majority. Served in France March 1915 to Nov. 1917, and in Italy Nov. 1917 
to Feb. 1919. Wounded July 1, 1916. 

CHARLES WEBSTER REDE GELL-WOOLLEY. 

Admitted July 1887. Member of FitzHugh, Woolley, Baines & Woolley, 
of Brighton. Recommissioned as Major, Territorial Force General Reserve^ 
Nov. 19, 1914, served -with National Reserve from Nov. 1914 to Oct. 1915 
when transferred to Territorial Royal Field Artillery (Home Counties Brigade). 
Served at Home. 

FRANCIS STEWART GENTLE. 

Articled to J. K. Nye & Donne, of Brighton. Served as 2nd Lieut., Sussex 
Yeomanry (T.), promoted Lieut. June 1916. 

ARTHUR LLEWELYN GEORGE. 

Articled to William George, of Llanidloes. Joined April 10, 1917, as Private, 
Royal Army Ordnance Corps. Died at Port Tewfik, Suez, Egypt, on June 28, 
1919. 

EDWARD HERBERT GEORGE. 

Admitted Oct. 1904, practising at Mountain Ash. Served with the 
Royal Air Force at Malta. 

THOMAS HENRY MARSHALL GEORGE. 

Admitted July 1907, of Trowbridge, Wilts. Joined Nov. 18, 1914, as 
Capt., 4th Batt. The Welch Regt. Served at Home. 

HENRY HAMILTON GEPP. 

Admitted Jan. 1902, practising at Chelmsford. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, 
as Capt., Essex Yeomanry. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to Nov. 1916, and in 
France Nov. 1916 to March 1919. 

DOUGLAS STUART GIBBON. 

Admitted Feb. 1908. Member of Ward, Perks & Terry, of 85 Gracechurch 
Street, E.C. Joined O.T.C. in Jan. 1915. Subsequently became a Capt., 
Royal Welch Fusiliers. Awarded the M.C. Wounded outside Hohenzollern 
Redoubt Dec. 1915, and in Salonica March 1917. 

EVAN REES GIBBON. 

Articled to F. L. Cooper, of Newport, Mon. Joined Dec. 1915, as Private, 
South Wales Borderers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same Regt. 1916, promoted 
Capt. 1917. Served in France. 

JOHN ERRINGTON GIBBS. 

Admitted April 1906. Member of John E. Gibbs & Co. of 32 King Street 
Cheapside, E.C. Joined Dec. 2, 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company, 
promoted Lance-Corporal March 1915, Sergeant July 1916, Company Sergeant- 
Major Instructor Nov. 1917. Served in France at G.H.Q., Lewis Gun School. 

ALAN GRAEME GIBSON. 

Admitted April 1900. Member of Stibbard, Gibson & Co. and Thomas 
Cooper & Co., of 21 Leadenhall Street, E.C. Joined Jan. 2, 1915, as Lieut., 



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Royal Army Service Corps (H.T.), promoted Capt. Feb. 1915, Major May 
1918. Served in Salonica Oct. 1915 to Nov. 1917, and in Palestine Dec. 1917 
to Nov. 1918. 

BERTRAND DEES GIBSON. 

Admitted Oct. 1899. Member of W. & B. D. Gibson, of Hexham. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Major, Northumberland Fusiliers, promoted Lieut. - 
Col. Aug. 1915, with command of the 4th Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers 
(T.F.), and Substantive Lieut. -Col. March 1918. Four times mentioned in 
^Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. and the Croix de Guerre with Palms (French). 
Served in France from April 1915 to May 1918. Killed May 27, 1918, near 
Craonne. 

CHARLES OSBORNE PROVIS GIBSON. 

Admitted Oct 1904. Member of Clayton & Gibson, of Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne. Joined Sept. 16, 1914, as 2nd Lieut. 1/4 Batt. Northumberland 
Fusiliers (T.F.), and attained rank of Capt., Staff Capt. 62nd Infantry Brigade 
Nov. 1915, Staff Capt. Cromarty Garrison Jan. 1919. Twice mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded M.C. Wounded in France May 27, 1918. 

FRANK ARCHIBALD STANLEY GIBSON. 

Articled to F. G. Allen, of Portsmouth. Joined Sept. 5, 1914, as Gunner, 
Hampshire Royal Garrison Artillery (T.). Subsequently became Lieut. 6th 
Batt. Hampshire Regt. (T.). Served in India and Mesopotamia June 1916 to 
March 1919. 

GEOFFREY CURREY GIBSON. 

Admitted Feb. 1913. Managing Clerk with Andrew, Wood, Purves & Sutton, 
of 8 & 9 Great James Street, Bedford Row, W.C. Commissioned Aug. 15, 1914, 
as 2nd Lieut., 3rd Batt. Essex Regt. (S.R.), transferred to 1st Batt. May 1915, 
promoted Temp. Lieut. Aug. 1915, Lieut. Sept. 1915, Capt. Sept. 1916, invalided 
to England Dec. 1915, employed Secretariat, Ministry of Munitions, April 
to June 1916, rejoined 3rd Batt. Essex Regt. June 1916, Assistant Adjutant 
June 1916 to Feb. 1917, rejoined 1st Batt. in France April 1917, attached 
Headquarters 29th Division June to Sept. 1917, invalided to England Sept. 
1917, attached Headquarters Harwich Garrison Oct. to Dec. 1917, Staff 
Capt. 12th Cyclist Brigade, Canterbury, Oct. 1918 to March 1919. Served 
in Gallipoli and France. Wounded in Gallipoli June 6, 1915. 

JAMES BAILY GIBSON. 

Admitted Aug. 1901, practising at Beaconsfield, Bucks. Joined British 
Red Cross Society Oct. 1914. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service 
Corps June 1916, and subsequently promoted Lieut. Awarded the M.B.E. 
Served in France and Belgium Oct. 1914 to May 1915, Salonica Aug. to Nov. 
1916, Home Nov. 1916 to Feb. 1919. 

NORMAN GIBSON. 

Admitted Oct. 1905. Member of Goy, Cross & Co., of Barton- on-Humber, 
Scunthorpe, and Winterton. Joined July 10, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. 
East Yorkshire Regt, and subsequently promoted Lieut., posted to 7th Batt. 
when serving in France. Served at Home July 1915 to Nov 1916, Bermuda 



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Nov. 1916 to May 1917, France July 1917 to March 1918. Taken prisoner 
near Le Sars, March 25, 1918. Repatriated Dec. 18, 1919. 

REGINALD GIBSON. 

Admitted Dec. 1912. Member of W. R. & R. Gibson, of Newcastle-upon 
Tyne. Served as 2nd Lieut., Northumbrian Divisional Royal Engineers, 
promoted Lieut, in June 1916. Mentioned in Dispatches. 

THOMAS GEORGE GIBSON. 

Admitted Jan. 1912. Of the Solicitor's Department, H.M. Customs & 
Excise, London, E.C. Joined Sept. 25, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 15th Batt. West 
Yorkshire Regt., attained the rank of Major in Oct. 1916. Once mentioned 
in Dispatches. Served in Egypt Dec. 1915 to March 1916, France March 
1916 to April 1919. Wounded Aug. 20, 1916. 

WILLIAM REGINALD GIBSON. 

Articled to J. F. Burnicle, of Sunderland. Gazetted as Sub. -Lieut., 
Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Jan. 11, 1916, and appointed to H.M.S. 
Victory for Royal Naval Division, promoted Lieut. Dec. 1917 (when on 
Active Service appointed to the Hood Batt. of the Royal Naval Division). 
Awarded the M.C. and Bar. Served in France and Flanders Dec. 1916 to Jan. 
1919. Gassed slightly. 

RONALD GEORGE GIBSON-ROBINSON. 

Articled to G. A. Baker, of Norfolk House, Laurence Pountney Hill, E.C. 
Joined Sept. 1916, as Private, 5th Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers, Lance- 
Corporal Dec. 1916. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 8th Batt. Royal Sussex Regt. 
Oct. 1917, promoted Lieut. May 1919. Served in France. Wounded on the 
Somme Aug. 8, 1918. 

CHARLES SYDNEY GIDDINS. 

Admitted Dec. 1891. Member of Holder & Wood, of 6 Martin's Lane, 
Cannon Street, E.C. Served as Able Seaman, Royal Naval Air Service (Anti- 
Aircraft Corps). 

JOHN GIDLEY. 

Admitted Feb. 1892, practising at Chagford, Devon. Served as Capt., 
11th Batt. Devonshire Regt. 

LIONEL EDWIN GIFFEN. 

Articled to H. C. Turner, of 80 Finsbury Pavement, E.C. Joined Sept. 20, 
1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 25th Batt. London Regt. Aug. 8, 1915, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1916, 
Temp. Capt. May 1916, Lieut. March 1917, Lieut. Indian Army Reserve 1/50 
Kurman Rifles Feb. 1918, Permanent Capt. Aug. 1919. Served at Home, 
in France 1917, India Dec. 1917 to Nov. 1919. Wounded at Arras on May 3, 
1917. 

BERTIE JOHN GILBERT. 

Admitted June 1909, practising at Southsea. Joined Feb. 1915 as Capt., 
13th Batt. Warwickshire Regt., transferred to 1st Garrison Batt. Oxford and 
Bucks Light Infantry and went to India in autumn 1915. Served in 
Mesopotamia R.A.O.C. 1918. 



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JOHN CLIFFORD WILSON GILBERT. 

Admitted March 1903. Member of J. Wilson-Gilbert & Co., of Norwich. 
Served as Lieut., Home Defence Corps. 

LIONEL ALFRED GILBERT. 

Admitted July 1905, practising at Bognor. Served as Lieut., 4th Batt. 
Hampshire Regt., subsequently promoted Capt. 

THOMAS NORMAN GILBERT. 

Admitted Aug. 1906. Managing Clerk with Barlow, Barlow «fc Lyde, of 
165 Fenchurch Street, E.C. Joined Nov. 4, 1915, as 2nd Air Mechanic, Royal 
Flying Corps. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Flying Corps Oct. 1, 1916, pro- 
moted Lieut. April 1917, Capt. Jan. 1918. Served at Home, Canada, and after 
Armistice in France and Germany. 

OSWALD BISSILL GILES. 

Admitted March 1911. Member of Millington, Simpsons & Giles, of Boston, 
Lines. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Lieut., North Midland Brigade Royal 
Field Artillery, promoted Capt. Jan. 1915, Major 1918, commanding a 4*5 
Howitzer Battery in 95th Brigade, 21st Division, from June 1918 to the 
Armistice. Served in France and Belgium Feb. 1915 to March 1917, in- 
valided home March 1917 to May 1918, in France May 1918 until after the 
Armistice. 

RUSSELL ROSS GILES. 

Articled to H. R. Giles, of 3 & 4 Clement's Inn, W.C. Joined Oct. 10, 

1914, as Private, 8th Batt. Essex Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 2/12 Batt. 
London Regt. March 15, 1915, with the 2nd London Divisional Cyclists May 

1915, and with 60th Divisional Cyclist Company June 1915, promoted A /Lieut. 
Dec. 1915, Lieut. June 1916, with the 18th Cyclist Batt. Jan. 1917, promoted 
Capt. June 1917, with the Household Machine Gun Brigade Aug. 1918, 
and the HI. Corps Cyclist Batt. as A/Major Feb. 1919. Served at Home to 
June 1916, thereafter France and Belgium. Slightly gassed, subsequently 
pneumonia. 

HUMPHREY LIVINGSTON GILKS. 

Admitted April 1910. Member of Moon, Gilks & Moon, of 24 Bloomsbury 
Square, W.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 28th Batt. County of London 
Regt. (Artists Rifles), promoted Lieut. Sept. 1914, Capt. June 1915, seconded 
as Adjutant to 1/6 Batt. City of London Regt. Feb. 1916 to Feb. 1918. Served 
in England with the 2nd Artists Rifles until Nov. 1918, then went to France 
again and served with the 1st Artists Rifles until Feb. 1919. Once mentioned 
in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in England Aug. to Oct. 1914 
and Feb. to Nov. 1918, France Oct. 1914 to Feb. 1918 and Nov. 1918 to Feb. 
1919. Wounded July 27, 1917. 

BASIL EVERY GILL. 

Articled to T. H. Gill, of Devonport. Joined Sept. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
6th Batt. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. Entered Sandhurst Dec. 1914, 
gazetted Lieut. 2nd Batt. Yorkshire Regt. May 12, 1915. Served in France. 
Killed in action Oct. 18, 1916. 



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CIL\RLES TREVERBYN GILL. 

Articled to F. C. Maples, of 6 Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, E.C, Joined 
Sept. 1914 as Private, 16th (Public Schools) Batt. Middlesex Regt. Received 
commission in April 1915 as 2nd Lieut. Manchester Regt. Served in France. 
Killed July 1, 1915. 

CLAUDE ARUNDEL GILL. 

Articled to Alfred Appleby, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Served as Corporal, 
24th Batt. County of London Regt. 

EDWIN HENRY GILL. 

Articled to H. E. Tudor, of 27 Chancery Lane, W.C. Joined Nov. 25, 
1915, as Rifleman, 16th Batt. County of London Regt. (Queen's Westminster 
Rifles). Served at Home. Discharged June 16, 1916. 

JOHN HENRY GILL. 

Admitted Jan. 1896. Member of Hallett, Creery & Co., of Ashford, Kent. 
Joined Sept. 1, 1914, as Private, 5th Batt. East Kent Regt. (The Buffs). Com- 
missioned Temp. Lieut. East Yorkshire Regt. Feb. 3, 1915, promoted Temp. 
Capt. West Yorkshire Regt. June 1915, Temp. Major Dec. 1915, A/Lieut.-Col. 
Labour Corps Dec. 1917, relinquished commission Sept. 13, 1918, on account 
of ill-health contracted on Active Service and granted Hon. rank of Major. 
Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded D.S.O. Served in France. 
Wounded March 31, 1916, and Aug. 31, 1917. 

ROBERT HARWAR GILL. 

Admitted Feb. 1899. Sole Member of Wallace, Gill & Son, of Knares- 
borough, Yorks. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 10th Batt. Duke of Wellington's 
Regt., promoted Major 1916. Three times mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded the D.S.O. Served in France and Belgium 1915 to 1917 and in 
Italy 1917 and 1918. Twuce wounded Piave Oct. 27, 1918. 

RICHARD FRANCIS GILLETT. 

Admitted Feb. 1913. Managing Clerk wdth Adams & Colvile, of 
5 Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, E.C. Joined May 1915, as Private (Motor 
Driver), Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). Served in France. Killed in 
action Aug. 7, 1916. 

WILLIAM ALAN GILLETT. 

Admitted Nov. 1902. Member of Baileys, Shaw & Gillett, of 5 Berners 
Street, W. Served as Lieut. -Col., 5th Batt. East Surrey Regt. Awarded 
the T.D. Served in France 1916, 1918, commanded 11th Batt. Somerset 
Light Infantry Sept. 1918 to March 1919 in France. 

HENRY THOMAS GILLING. 

Admitted March 1889. Member of Gilling & Goodfellow, of Cardiff. 
Mobilised Aug. 5, 1914, as Lieut. -Col., in command of 2nd Welsh Brigade Royal 
Field Artillery, subsequently 266th Brigade, then 267th Brigade, then com- 
manded 343rd Brigade and 68th Divisional Ammunition Column. Awarded the 
O.B.E. (Military). Served at Home, France (B.E.F.), Egypt (E.E.F. Western 
Desert and Sinai). 



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FRANK GILLSON. 

Admitted March 1892, practising at Fareham, Hants. Mobilised Aug. 
1914, as Capt., Hampshire Royal Horse Artillery, promoted Major June 1916. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home and Ireland till March 
1917, and July 1917 to Feb. 1918, France and Flanders March to July 1917, 
and Feb. to Dec. 1918. Wounded July 8, 1917. 

CHARLES WILLIAM GILMOUR. 

Admitted Feb. 1913, practising at 68 Aldermanbury, E.C. Joined 
Sept. 2, 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt." (Artists Rifles), 
subsequently became Lieut. Machine Gun Corps. Wounded at Bullecourt 
(France) May 15, 1917. 

DENNIS BARTON GINN. 

Admitted Dec. 1905. Member of Ginn & Co., of Cambridge. Joined 
Sept. 8, 1914, as Trooper, Lovat Scouts. Commissioned in Suffolk Yeomanry 
March 3, 1915, promoted Capt. July 1916. Served in Dardanelles, Egypt, 
Palestine, and France. 

HAROLD ERNEST GIRLING. 

Admitted Jan. 1913, practising at 36 Furnival Street, Holborn, E.C. 
Joined Sept. 14, 1914, as Rifleman, 12th Batt. London Regt. Served in 
France March to May 1915. Wounded May 8, 1915. Taken prisoner at 2nd 
Battle of Ypres on May 8, 1915. Sent to Switzerland for internment in Aug. 
1916, and repatriated in Sept. 1917. Discharged Dec. 14, 1917. 

ISAAC JOSEPH GIRLING. 

Admitted April 1914, practising at Newcastle-on-T\Tie. Joined Sept. 7, 
1914, as Private, Hon. iVrtillery Company. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 2nd (Reserve) 
Batt. Prince of Wales's North Staffordshire Regt. Sept. 27, 1915, promoted 
Lieut. 9th (Service) Batt. July 1, 1917. Served in Flanders and France. 

HENRY PATERSON GISBORNE. 

Admitted Dec. 1912. Member of Munton, Morris & Co., of Temple 
Chambers, Temple Avenue, E.C. Served as Lieut., Duke of Wellington's 
(West Riding) Regt. 

HUGH MARSHALL GISBY. 

Admitted Aug. 1904. Member of Gisby & Son, of Ware, Herts. Joined 
April 4, 1916, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps, promoted A/Sergeant 
Aug. 1916, Sergeant Dec. 1917. Served in France Sept. 1916 to Jan. 1919. 

HARRY NEVILLE GITTINS. 

Admitted May 1913. Member of F. & H. N. Gittins, of Liverpool. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Lancashire and Cheshire Royal Garrison 
Artillery, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1915, Capt. Jan. 1917. Served at Home till 
Sept. 1916, and in France Sept. 1916 to March 1917. Died of pneumonia at 
Gezaincourt, France, March 20, 1917. 

ROBERT PHILLOTT GLADSTONE. 

Admitted Aug. 1901, practised at Dartford, Kent. Served as Lieut., 
13th Princess Louise's Kensington Batt. London Regt., promoted Capt. June 



214 RECORD OF SERVICE 

1916, appointed Deputy Military Governor Sept. 1918. Mentioned in Dis- 
patches. 

FRANK GLANVIL GLANFIELD. 

Admitted Jan. 1903. Member of Williams & Glanfield, of Lincoln. 
Served as Lieut., Territorial Force Reserve. 

PERCY GLANFIELD. 

Admitted Jan. 1907, practising at Torquay. Gazetted Lieut. Dorset 
National Reserve (T.F.) Jan. 1, 1915, appointed Appeal Military Representative 
of Worcestershire with rank of Capt. in March 1916 and held that appointment 
until end of War. 

ARTHUR GORDON GLANVILLE. 

Admitted June 1913. Member of Glanville & Glanville, of Portsmouth. 
Joined Oct. 21, 1914, as 2nd. Lieut., 6th Batt. Hampshire Regt. (T.F.), pro- 
moted A /Lieut. July 1915, Substantive Lieut. June 1916, A /Capt. July 1917. 
Served at Home. 

WILLIAM BRUCE GLASSON. 

Admitted June 1912. Managing Clerk with Philip Baker & Co., of 
BiiTningham. Joined Sept. 17, 1914, as Private, 15th (Service) Batt. Royal 
Warwickshire Regt. Served in France Nov. 1915 to Dec. 1916. Wounded 
slightly July 1916; dangerously Sept. 1916, Battle of the Somme. Died as 
result of his wounds Feb. 24, 1919. 

ARTHUR RIMINGTON GLAZEBROOK. 

Articled to J. C. Atkinson, of Leeds. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
7th Batt. West Yorkshire Regt. (Leeds Rifles) (T.F.), promoted Lieut. Oct. 

1915, Capt. June 1916. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 
Served at Home and in France. Wounded Dec. 8, 1915. 

JOHN JOSEPH GLEDHILL. 

Admitted April 1900. Member of Eastwoods, Sutcliffes, Sager & Gledhill, 
of Todmorden. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 6th Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers 
(T.F.), promoted Major 1915, Lieut. -Col. 1916. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served in Egypt Sept. 1914 to April 1915, Gallipoli April to July 1915, Home 

1916, Sinai and Palestine Aug. 1916 to Dec. 1916, America April to Dec. 1918. 
Wounded GallipoH May 6, 1915. 

GEORGE CROSFIELD GLENNY. 

Admitted Nov. 1903. Of Carhsle. Served as Private, Royal Army 
Service Corps (M.T.). 

FRANCIS GLOVER. 

Admitted Nov. 1909. Member of Francis Glover & Son, of Bath. Joined 
July 3, 1917, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.), promoted Lance- 
Corporal Dec. 1917, attached 481st Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. 
Served in France. 

JOHN GRENSIDE GLOVER. 

Articled to T. E. Catterall, of Wakefield. Joined the Yorkshire Yeomanry 
as a Trooper, and subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. King's Own Yorkshire 
Light Infantry. Killed in action. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 215 

WILLIAM GREY GLOVER. 

Admitted Nov. 1896, practising at St. Mary's Chambers, 14 St. Mary 
Axe, E.C. Joined March 16, 1916, as an Ordinary Seaman in Royal Navy. 
Received commission as Lieut. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, Naval Trans- 
port Officer, 3rd Grade, June 6, 1918. Served in H.M.S. Pembroke March 
to April 1916, H.M.S. Vanguard April to Nov. 1916 (present at the Battle of 
Jutland), H.M.S. Campanial^oY. to Dec. 1916, Admiralty (Trade Division) 
Jan. 1917 to Feb. 1918, Naval Transport Office Leith July 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

lOAN YN^R GLYNTsE. 

Articled to J. Glynne Jones, of Bangor, N. Wales. Joined Nov. 1915,. 
as Bombardier, University College of North Wales O.T.C. Gazetted Temp. 
2nd Lieut. West Yorkshire Regt. Jan. 22, 1916, promoted Lieut. July 1917, 
Capt. April 1918. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home and in France and 
Italy. Wounded at Hebuterne March 1917. 

ERNEST GODDARD. 

Admitted Nov. 1911. Member of Peacock & Goddard, of 3 South Square, 
Gray's Inn, W.C. Joined Oct. 1916 as Officer Cadet. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
1st (H.S.) Garrison Batt. East Yorkshire Regt. 1917, Staff Lieut. (Intelligence 
Officer) Headquarters, Eastern Command, (1917 to 1919). Awarded the 
M.B.E. Served at Home. 

LESLIE ALLISON GODFREE. 

Admitted April 1907, formerly practising at Brighton. Joined, as 2nd 
Lieut., Royal Field Artillery (T.F.), promoted Lieut. June 1916, A/Capt. 
Aug. 1917, appointed Staff Capt. R.A. Jan. 1919 (with temp, rank of Capt. 
in the Army). Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served at 
Home Oct. 1915 to March 1917, and in France March 1917 to end of War. 

CECIL ARNOLD GODFREY. 

Admitted March 1906. Member of Hind & Godfrey, of Nottingham. 
Joined March 1916, as Private, Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry. Com- 
missioned 2nd Lieut. Loyal North Lancashire Regt. June 1916, promoted 
Lieut. Feb. 1917, Capt. April 1917, appointed Staff Capt. May 1918, and pro- 
moted Major June 1919. Three times mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
the M.C, and the Belgian Chevalier de I'ordre de la Couronne and Croix de 
Guerre. Served in France and Belgium Aug. 1916 to Nov. 1918. 

WILFRID HENRY GODFREY. 

Admitted May 1904, practising at 4 & 5 West Smithfield, E.C. Joined 
June 21, 1916, as Sub-Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (Yacht Patrol), 
promoted Lieut. June 1917 (Auxiliary Patrol), Lieut, (in command) M.L. 227 
June 1918. Served in North Sea. 

STEPHEN GODLEE. 

Admitted June 1911. Member of Wragge & Co., of Birmingham. Joined 
Oct. 28, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Garrison Artillery (T.), promoted Temp. 
Lieut. July 1915, Lieut. June 1916, A/Capt. Feb. to June 1917, Nov. 1917 
to April 1918, Capt. Jan. 1919. Served in France. Wounded June 27, 1917, 
and May 3, 1918 



216 RECORD OF SERVICE 

JA]\IES STANLEY POOL GODSELL. 

Admitted Dec. 1903. Managing Clerk with Sir Charles E. Longmore, 
K.C.B., of Hertford. Joined Oct. 1914 as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Gloucestershire Regt. Dec. 6, 1914, transferred to General 
List, Temp. Capt. whilst specially employed on Legal Duties at General Head- 
quarters, Salonica, B.S.F., March 1917 to Nov. 1919, Staff Capt. Headquarters, 
Lines of Communication, British Salonica Force and British Army of the Black 
Sea Nov. 1918 to July 1919. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
M.B.E. (Military Division). Served at Home till Jan. 7, 1916, Egypt Jan. to 
March 1916, Salonica April 1916 to June 1919. 

HUGH GOFF. 

Admitted April 1911. Clerk with Attwater & Liell, of 110 Bishopsgate, 
E.C. Joined Oct. 1, 1914, as Private, 2/1 West Kent (Queen's Own) Yeomanry, 
promoted Sergeant 1915, transferred to 7th Batt. Royal West Kent Regt. 
April 1918 with rank of Sergeant. Awarded the M.M. Served at Home and 
in France. 

WILLIAM GOFFEY. 

Admitted Oct. 1906. Managing Clerk with Hill, Dickinson & Co., of 
Liverpool. Gazetted March 25, 1915, 2nd Lieut. 6th (Rifle) Batt. The King's 
Liverpool Regt. (T.F.), subsequently promoted Lieut. (Substantive). Served 
in France. Wounded 3rd Battle of Ypres July 31, 1917. ', 

CECIL ARGO GOLD. 

Admitted Jan. 1913. With Chester, Broome & Griffithes, of 36 Bedford 
Row, W.C. Joined Nov. 24, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Berkshire Regt., promoted 
Lieut, and Adjutant Oct. 1915. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served 
in France. Killed at Ovillers July 3, 1916. 

PHILIP GOLDBERG. 

Articled to H. H. Brown, of Gravesend. Joined Dec. 9, 1915, as Private, 

28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Middlesex Regt. July 7, 1916, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1918. Served at Home 
and in France. 

CHARLES SPENCER GOLDING. 

Admitted Feb. 1905. Member of Golding, Hargrove & Golding, of 99 
Cannon Street, E.C. Joined Oct. 1914, as Chief Petty Officer, Royal Naval 
Volunteer Reserve. Gazetted Sub-Lieut. Nov. 1914, Lieut. May 1915, trans- 
ferred to Royal Garrison Artillery as Capt. June 1916, promoted Major Nov. 
1917. Served at Home and in France. 

GEOFFREY RAMSEY GOLDINGHAM. 

Articled to F. W. Atkey, of 9a Sackville Street, W. Served as Private, 
14th Batt. County of London Regt. (London Scottish). Subsequently obtained 
commission in the Royal Marines and attained the rank of Capt. Mentioned 
in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. and Bar. 

HENRY CLAUDE GOLDSMITH. 

Admitted May 1911. Managing Clerk with Aldous & Gotelee, of Ipswich. 
Joined Sept. 3, 1914, as Private, 19th (Service) Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 



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2nd Lieut. 10th Batt. Suffolk Regt. March 26, 1915, promoted A/Capt. Jan. 
1918. Awarded the M.C. Served in Egypt and Palestine. Wounded at 
3rd Battle of Gaza Nov. 2, 1917. 

HENRY MILLS GOLDSMITH. 

Admitted Jan. 1914, practised at Devonport. Served as Lieut., Devon- 
shire Regt., attached 2nd Lincoln Brigade, Machine Gun Officer 25th Brigade. 
Killed in action near Fromelles May 9, 1915. 

WILLIAM GO^LM. 

Admitted Dec. 1912. Managing Clerk with Hutchinson, Sons & Gomm, 
1 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Joined July 2, 1917, as Private, 103rd Training 
Reserve Batt., transferred to Labour Corps on medical grounds Oct. 1917. 
Served in England, France, and Germany. 

GEORGE PERCY GOODALL. 

Admitted Feb. 1901. Member of Beaumont & Goodall, of Nottingham. 
Enlisted Oct. 1914 as Private in the Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood 
Foresters), and shortly afterwards gazetted Lieut, in the 10th Batt. of that 
Regt,, promoted Capt. Dec. 1914, and went to France July 1915. Killed in 
action in Flanders Feb. 16, 1916. 

MARCUS HERBERT GOODALL. 

Articled to J. H. Cockburn, of Rotherham. Obtained his commission 
in the York and Lancaster Regt. Aug. 16, 1914, and went to the Front in April 
1915, promoted Temp. Capt. Feb. 8, 1916. Wounded Sept. 1915. Died 
July 14, 1916, of wounds received in action on July 5. 

TOM GOODALL. 

Admitted Dec. 1909. Managing Clerk with E. B. Wilson & Topham, 
of Mirfield. Joined Dec. 10, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 2/5 Batt. Duke of 
Wellington's West Riding Regt., promoted A/Lieut. March 1915, A/Capt. 
Oct. 1915, Lieut. June 1916, Capt. May 1917, A/Major Dec. 1917 to Feb. 1918. 
Served with 2/5 Batt. Duke of Wellington's Regt. Dec. 1914 to Feb. 1918, 
and with 5th Batt. Feb. to March 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded D.S.O. and M.C. Served in France. Wounded March 31, 1917, and 
March 29, 1918. 

EDWARD LIONEL GOODCHILD. 

Articled to his father, Herbert Goodchild, of Norwich. Joined Sept. 
1914, as Private, 8th Batt. Norfolk Regt. Served in France. Badly wounded 
April 26, 1916, and died in Corbie Hospital April 28, 1916. 

HUGH NAPIER GOODCHILD. 

Admitted Oct. 1914, practising at Norwdch. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
Royal Field Artillery. 

WILLIAM WINTER GOODE. 

Admitted Nov. 1893. Member of Louch, Son & Goode, of Langport and 
North Curry, Somerset. Joined Oct. 3, 1914, as Capt., 5th Batt. Somerset 
Light Infantry. Temporary Major for a short time while 2nd in Command in 
1917. Served in India. 



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THOMAS WILLIAM W.VDE GOODERIDGE. 

Admitted Dec. 1910. Conveyancing Solicitor to the Essex County- 
Council, Chelmsford. Joined Sept.' 1, 1914, as Private, Royal Army Medical 
Corps, promoted Lance-Corporal Sept. 1916. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal 
Field Artillery Oct. 1917, promoted Lieut. April 1919. Served in France 
March 1915 to March 1918. Captured at Urvillers near St. Quentin March 21, 
1918. 
FREDERICK OWEN GOODMAN. 

Admitted Dec. 1903, practising at Portsmouth. Joined Dec. 1915, as 
2nd Lieut., 2/6 Batt. Hampshire Regt., and subsequently promoted Lieut. 
Transferred to Dorset Regt. and later to Machine Gun Corps. Served in 
France Dec. 1917 to July 1918. 

GODFREY DAVENPORT GOODMAN. 

Admitted March 1890. Member of Bennett & Co., of Buxton & Chapel- 
en-le-Frith. Mobilised Aug. 5, 1914, as Major, 6th Batt. Notts and Derby 
Regt. (Sherwood Foresters), promoted Lieut. -Col. Oct. 1914, Col. Oct. 
1918, Brigadier-General, Commanding 52nd Infantry Brigade Nov. 1916 to 
March 1917, and the 21st Infantry Brigade March 1917 to June 1919. Five 
times mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded C.M.G., D.S.O., and Croix de Guerre 
(Belgique). Served in France and Belgium Feb. 1915 to June 1919. Wounded 
Sept. 2, 1918. 

MONTAGUE GOODMAN. 

Admitted July 1898. Member of Goodman, Saunders, Squires & Co., of 
21 St. Helen's Place, E.C. Served as Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). 

ERNEST GOODRIDGE. 

Articled to E. E. Burgess, of Doncaster. Joined Nov. 1915, as Private, 
King's Royal Rifle Corps, and subsequently promoted Corporal. Killed in 
action on the Somme Oct. 4, 1916. 

FREDERICK CLAUDE GOODWIN. 

Admitted Dec. 1911. Practising at 32 Bedford Row, W.C. Joined 
May 1917, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Commissioned in Territorial 
Force (Yeomanry) and gazetted to Scottish Horse as 2nd Lieut. March 1918, 
Assistant Staff Capt. Brigade Headquarters Aug. 1918. Served at Home. 

HAROLD JAMES GOODWIN. 

Admitted Oct 1912. Member of Ryland, Martineau & Co., of Birmingham. 
Enlisted as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery. Subsequently obtained 
commission as 2nd Lieut. 135th Battery Royal Garrison Artillery. Served 
in France. Killed in action at Arras April 24, 1917. 

ALEXANDER WOOD GOOLDEN. 

Articled to C. S. Raymond-Barker, of 9 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 
Enlisted Aug. 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists 
Rifles). Gazetted Temp. 2nd Lieut. 1st Batt. East Surrey Regt. May 
1915, joined the Indian Army and went to Karachi July 1917, and attained 
rank of Temp. Capt. Served in France Oct. 1914 to Aug. 1915, South Persia 
March 1918 to March 1919, North- West Frontier April to July 1919. 



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Severely wounded in France Aug. 1915. Killed in action at Barber, near Fort 
Sandeman, July 15, 1919. 

COLIN GRAHAM GORDON. 

Articled to Graham Gordon, of 37 Golden Square, W. Served as Lance- 
Corporal, 14th Batt. County of London Regt. (London Scottish). 

GEORGE GORDON. 

Articled to J. H. Milner, of Leeds. Joined Aug. 4, 1914, as Private, 
Leeds University O.T.C., promoted Sergeant Feb. 1915. Commissioned 
2nd Lieut. Dec. 1915. Before transfer to Reserve held Staff Appointment as 
Officer in charge of Courts-Martial to Headquarters West Riding Brigade. 
Served at Home and in France. 

JAMES MILLER GORDON. 

Articled to George Slade, of 90 Cannon Street, E.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
9th Batt. Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

STEPHEN JEFFERSON GORDON. 

Admitted Nov. 1907. Member of Gordon, Hunter & Duncan, of Bradford. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 6th Batt. West Yorkshire Regt., promoted 
Capt. 1916. Served at Home till April 1915, then to France. Invalided June 
1915, served Ministry of Munitions till May 1917, went to France June 1917, 
invalided Aug. 1917. Deputy Controller Ministry of Munitions Sept. 1917 to 
Jan. 1919. 

ARTHUR HOLINIES GORE. 

Admitted July 1893. Member of Gore & Munro, of Bristol. Adjutant 
of United Arts Batt. Aug. 1914, joined 8th Batt. Hampshire Regt. as Capt., 
gazetted Jan. 1915. Landed at Suvla Bay Aug. 10, 1915. Killed at Anafata 
Aug. 12, or 13, 1915. 

ARNOLD KENNETH GORNALL. 

Admitted July 1911. Member of A. H. & A. K. Gornall, of Blackburn. 
Served as Private, Army Pay Corps. 

HENRY CONRAD GORTON. 

Admitted Dec. 1906, practised at St. Anne's-on-the-Sea. Served as 
Lieut., 14th Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers, promoted Capt. 

OSCAR GEORGE GOSDEN. 

Admitted Dec. 1900, practising at 17 Clairview Road, Streatham, S.W. 
Joined March 31, 1916, as Private, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, transferred 
to Middlesex Regt. June 1916, and subsequently promoted to Sergeant 10th 
Batt. Served at Home to Aug. 1917, afterwards in India. 

REGINALD RIDLEY LITCHFIELD GOSLING. 

Articled to John Hodge, of Weston-super-Mare. Joined Nov. 14, 1916, 
as Aircraftsman, Royal Naval Air Service, promoted Leading Aircraftsman 
Aug. 1917, Petty Officer Nov. 1917, Flight-Sergeant Royal Air Force May 1918. 
Served at War Stations Royal Naval Air Service at Newlyn and Plymouth 
(seaplanes) Dec. 1916 to Sept. 1918, and at Wing Headquarters, Ireland, 
Sept. 1918 to Jan. 1919. 



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LESLIE LAWRENCE GOSNEY. 

Admitted Dec. 1915. Of Croydon. Joined March 6, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 
4th Batt. The Queen's Royal West Surrey Regt., promoted Lieut. Dec. 1915, 
Capt. June to Aug. 1918, 'Staff Capt. June to Nov. 1919. Served at Home 
March 1915 to June 1916, India July 1916 to Nov. 1917 and Aug. 1918 to Oct. 
1919, Mesopotamia Nov. 1917 to Aug. 1918, Afghan War May to Oct. 1919. 

HUBERT JOHN GOSS.f 

Articled to H. S. K. Feltham, of Crewe. Enlisted Aug. 1914, as Private, 
10th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted Temp. 2nd Lieut. 10th Batt. Cheshire 
Regt. June 1916. Awarded the M.C. Served in France. Severely wounded 
in Battle of the Somme July 14, 1916. Presumed killed in action on or 
since July 15, 1916. 

ROBY MYDDLETON GOTCH. 

Articled to J. T. Perry, of Nottingham. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 
7th Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters) (T.), promoted Temp. 
Capt. and Adjutant July 1915, Capt. July 1916. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to Feb. 1915, thereafter in France and 
Belgium. Reported wounded and missing July 1, 1916, subsequently presumed 
killed. 
GORDON LESLIE GOTELEE. 

Articled to J. B. Hartley, of 112 Greshara House, E.C. Served with the 
Cyclist Corps. 

ALBERT ERNEST GOTT. 

Admitted April 1910. Managing Clerk with E. H. Davies & Co., of 
13 Great James Street, Bedford Row, W.C. Joined July 1915, as Private, 
Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Warwickshire Regt. Oct. 
1915, proceeded to France May 1916 and attached to 10th Batt. Killed 
near Beaumont Hamel Nov. 18, 1916. 

GUY WOLFE GOTTO. 

Admitted July 1913. Member of Aylett & Gotto, of 105 Cheapside E.C. 
Joined Aug. 16, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps, promoted 
Lieut. June 1917, Capt. June 1918. Served in France Sept. 1915 to Feb. 1916, 
Palestine Feb. 1918 to Jan. 1919. 
JOHN BOLLE TYNDALE GOUGH. 

Admitted Nov. 1902. Member of Jessopp & Gough, of Waltham Abbey. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 1st Batt. Hertfordshire Regt., and promoted 
Major June 1916. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to Feb. 1916, Mesopotamia 
Feb. to July 1916, Home July 1916 to Nov. 1917, France Nov. 1917 to March 
1918. Killed in action between Epehy and Villers Fancon March 22, 1918. 

ALFRED KENNETH GOULD. 

Articled to C. J. Haydon, of Bournemouth. Served as 2nd Lieut., Royal 
Sussex Regt.""' 

HENRY CONINGSBY GOULD. 

Admitted April 1906, practised at Exeter. Served as Lieut., Devon and 
Cornwall Brigade, Royal Army Service Corps, subsequently promoted Major. 



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HUGH PEARCE GOULD. 

Admitted Jan. 1907. Member of Dennes, Lamb & Pearce Gould, of 
22 Chancery Lane, W.C. Joined May 1916, as 2nd Lieut., Welch Guards, 
promoted Lieut. April 1917, attached Guards Machine Gun Regt. Served 
in France. 

EDWARD LEO GOULDEN. 

Admitted June 1914. Managing Clerk with Edward Henry Coopman, 
of 5 Giltspur Street, E.C. Joined Aug. 20, 1914, as Trooper, Royal East 
Kent Mounted Rifles. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery (T.F.) 
Jan. 27, 1915, promoted Lieut. June 1915. Served in France. Wounded 
at Arras April 10, 1918. 

ERNEST OSMUND GOULDEN. 

Articled to F. W. Hardman, of Deal. Served as 2nd Lieut., Royal West 
Kent Regt., promoted Lieut. July 1917. Mentioned in Dispatches and awarded 
the M.C. 

HENRY GOVER. 

Admitted May 1911. Member of Henry Gover & Son, of 5 Monument 
Street, E.C. Joined Sept. 1915, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Royal West Kent Regt. June 1916, promoted Lieut. Feb. 1918 
(attached 1/2 Batt. London Regt.), Capt. March 1918. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Served at Home and in Belgium and France. 

WILLIAM CYRIL GOVER. 

Admitted Nov. 1903. Of Newcastle-on-Tyne. Joined Aug. 1914, as 
Private, 21st Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison 
Artillery (Special Reserve) Aug. 19, 1916, promoted Capt. Nov. 1916. Awarded 
O.B.E. (Military). Served at Home and in France. 

CECIL NEWTON GRAHAM. 

Admitted Jan. 1909. Member of Hodding & Co., of Worksop, Notts. 
Joined Nov. 4, 1914, as Petty Officer, Royal Naval Air Service, afterwards 
Royal Naval Armoured Car Division. Joined Royal Army Service Corps 
in May 1916 as Lieut. Tw4ce mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 
Served in GallipoH March to Oct. 1915, Egypt Oct. 1915 to Jan. 1916, France 
Aug. 1916 to Jan. 1919. 

CHARLES RONALD GRAHAM. 

Admitted Feb. 1914. Member of LawTcnce, Graham & Co., of 6 New 
Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Joined Oct. 10, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Intelligence 
Corps, promoted Lieut. Oct. 1915, Capt. (General List) attached General Service 
Headquarters Lines of Communication Aug. 1916. Twice mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded O.B.E. (Military). Served in France. 

ERNEST FREDERIC GRAHAM. 

Articled to S. H. Graham, of Longton, Stoke-on-Trent. Joined Nov. 17, 
1914, as Gunner, North Midland (Staffs.) Roval Garrison Artillery (T.F.). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. North Midland Brigade, ' Royal Field Artillery (T.F.) 
Sept. 15, 1915, promoted Lieut. June 1916. Awarded the M.C. Served 
in France March 1916 to Nov. 1917, Italy Nov. 1917 to Jan. 1919. 



222 RECORD OF SERVICE 



EVELYN RONALD BRODRICK GRAHAM. 

Admitted Feb. 1909, practising at 222 Strand, W.C. Joined April 1917, 
as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C., promoted Lance-Corporal Sept. 1917. Com- 
missioned 2nd Lieut. 22nd Batt. London Regt. May 1918. Served in Egypt 
and Palestine. 

HARRIMAN GRAHAM. 

Articled to Geo. Elder, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Joined Dec. 2, 1915, 
as 2nd Lieut., 3rd Batt. The Black Watch, promoted Lieut. July 1917. Served 
in Macedonia Feb. 1917 to July 1918, France July 1918 to April 1919. Wounded 
Nov. 3, 1917. 

HARTLEY GRAHAM. 

Admitted Dec. 1900, practising at Penrith. Joined July 23, 1917, as 
Private, 1st Batt. Border Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3rd (Reserv^e) Garrison 
Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers Oct. 16, 1917, attached 88th Labour Coy. March 
1918, and to 12th Batt. North Staffordshire Regt. June 1918, A/Capt. Prisoners 
of War Coy. Sept. 1918. Served at Home to March 1918, and in France 
March 1918 to Feb. 1919. 

HENRY FERGUS GRAHAM. 

Articled to A. S. Legg, of 13 Bedford Row, W.C. Joined Sept. 1, 1914, 
as 2nd Lieut., Royal Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. Aug. 1917, A/Capt. Aug. 
1918, A/Major Sept. 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in Egypt 
June 1915, Serbia Sept. 1915, France May 1916 to April 1920. Twice wounded. 

HENRY SALKELD GRAHAM. 

Admitted Dec. 1911. Managing Clerk with Graham & Graham, of Fowey, 
Cornwall. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., Cornwall (Fortress) Royal Engineers, 
promoted Capt. Oct. 1914. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Served at 
Home Aug. 1914 to Jan. 1915, France Jan. 1915 to March 1919. 

NOR^L^N GRAHAM. 

Articled to R. J. Steele, of Carhsle. Joined Nov. 1915, as Private, Inns of 
Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. Border Regt. Sept. 1916, pro- 
moted Lieut. Feb. 1918. Served in France Oct. 1916 to Dec. 1918. Wounded 
at Monchy-le-Preux in the Battle of Arras May 19, 1917. Taken prisoner in 
the German Offensive March 21, 1918. 

HUGH GRAMSHAW. 

Admitted July 1909. Member of Lamport, Bassett & Hiscock, of Newport, 
Isle of Wight. Joined Sept. 1914 Public School Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Ap- 
pointed 2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. Staffordshire Regt. May 20, 1915. Served at 
Home. Died of pneumonia at Scaffold Hill Hospital Feb. 28, 1916. 

HERBERT CECIL GRANT. 

Admitted Nov. 1898, practising at 27 King Street, Cheapside, E.C. Served 
as A /Paymaster, Army Pay Department. 

NORMAN STANLEY GRANT. 

Articled to B. E. Poppleton, of Castleford. ^Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as 
Lance-Corporal, 1/5 Batt. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, promoted 
Corporal Oct. 1914, Sergeant March 1915, Staff-Sergeant April 1915, Company 



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Quartermaster-Sergeant July 1917. Served in England Aug. 1914 to April 
1915, France, Belgium, and with Army of Occupation Germany April 1915 
to March 1919. Gassed at Nieuport July 1917. 

ARTHUR GLENDOWER GRAVES. 

Articled to H. G. Pritchard, of 12 New Court, W.C. Joined Sept. 1914, 
as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Somerset Light Infantry Dec. 17, 1914, transferred to Royal Flying 
Corps Aug. 1916, promoted Lieut. Aug. 1917, embodied with Royal Air Force 
April 1918. Served in France Aug. 1917 to Feb. 1918. 

ELIOTT CECIL GEORGE GRAY. 

Admitted Dec. 1901. Of the Treasury Solicitor's Department, Storey's 
Gate, S.W. Joined Sept. 14, 1914, as Private, 16th Batt. JNIiddlesex Regt. 
Gazetted Temp. Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps Feb. 5, 1915, promoted 
Temp. A/Capt. July 1917, Temp. Capt. and Adjutant May 1918. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.B.E. (Military Division). Served 
in France. 

FRANCIS JAMES GRAY. 

Admitted April 1903. Member of Frank Gray & Darby, of Oxford, 
served as Private, Intelligence III. Corps Headquarters, France. 

GEORGE DONALD GRAY. 

Admitted April 1912. Member of James Gray & Son, of Barnsley, Yorks. 
Joined Nov. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, pro- 
moted Lieut. Jan. 1915, Capt. May 1917. Served in France. Died of wounds 
received in France May 5, 1917. 

JOHN MILNER GRAY. 

Articled to C. Brodrick, of 63 Queen Victoria Street, E.C. Served as 
2nd Lieut., 8th Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters), and sub- 
sequently attained the rank of Capt. 

LEONARD GRAY. 

Admitted Feb. 1903, practised at Chelmsford and Ongar. Joined, as 
2nd Lieut., Essex Regt. and subsequently promoted Lieut. Served in the 
Dardanelles. Died abroad of enteric July 31, 1917. 

VIVIAN SEATON GRAY. 

Articled to W. S. Gray, of Whitby. Served as 2nd Lieut., Mechanical 
Transport Royal Army Service Corps, and subsequently attained the rank of 
Major. 

WILFRED RONALD GRAY. 

Articled to Nelson Crowther, of 10 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Served 
as 2nd Lieut., East Kent Regt., prom.oted Lieut. Nov. 1918. Mentioned in 
Dispatches and awarded the M.C. 

ROBERT BENJAMIN GRAYSON. 

Articled to Arnold Slater, of Sheffield. Joined Dec. 18, 1914, as A.B., 
Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, promoted Chief Petty Officer 1915, gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery Sept. 1916, promoted Lieut. March 1918. 
Served in France and Belgium. 



224 RECORD OF SERVICE 

ALFRED ERNEST GREAVES. 

Admitted April 1897, practising at Wakefield. Rejoined 1/4 Batt. King's 
Own Yorkshire Light Infantry Aug. 4, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., promoted Lieut. 
Aug. 1915. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France and Belgium 
April 1915 to Jan. 1919. 

FREDERIC GREAVES. 

Articled to J. W. Greaves, of Manchester. Joined Nov. 14, 1914, as Private, 
9th Batt. (Highlanders) Royal Scots, transferred to Cameronians (Scottish 
Rifles) Aug. 1916. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. King's Own Royal Lancaster Regt. 
June 6, 1917, transferred to Loyal North Lancashire Regt. Dec. 1917. Served 
at Home and in France. Slightly wounded south of Menin Road July 31, 1917, 
gassed at Givenchy April 21, 1918. Killed in action at Givenchy June 1, 1918. 

THOMAS GREAVES. 

Admitted Jan. 1909. With Davies, Sanders & Swanwich, of Chesterfield. 
Joined March 5, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 6th Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood 
Foresters) (T.F.), promoted Lieut. Aug. 1915, gazetted Adjutant Jan. 1916, 
Capt. Nov. 1917. Served in France. Wounded at Gore July 1, 1918, and 
died of wounds the same day. Buried at Femes British Cemetery. 

GEORGE LEWIS FITZCLAIR GRECE. 

Admitted Aug. 1913. Of Gresham House, Old Broad Street, E.C. Served 
as Corporal 1st Class A.M., Royal Air Force. 

ARTHUR GREEN. 

Admitted July 1909, practised at Manchester. Served as Lieut., 
Manchester Regt. Killed in action April 1918. 

CECIL JOHN TINDELL GREEN. 

Admitted Dec. 1912, practising at Sunderland. Served as Gunner, Hon. 
Artillery Company, and subsequently gazetted Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps. 

DIGBY GREEN. 

Admitted Dec. 1911. Managing Clerk with Geo. D. Day, of St. Ives, 
Huntingdonshire. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Private, 1/1 Hunts Cyclist 
Regt. (T.), transferred to Inns of Court O.T.C. Jan. 1916. Commissioned 
2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery (S.R.) Nov. 2, 1916, promoted Lieut. 
May 1918, posted to 47th Siege Battery Dee. 1916. Awarded the M.C. Served 
in England Aug. 1914 to Dec. 1916, in France Dec. 1916 to Dee. 1918. 

DOUGLAS GREEN. 

Admitted Nov. 1901, practising at Boroughbridge, Yorks. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. West Yorkshire Regt., subsequently 
promoted Lieut, and Capt., appointed Staff Capt. 146th Infantry Brigade April 
1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded M.C. Served in France 
and Belgium April 1915 to Armistice. Wounded and gassed April 1918. 

ERNEST EDWARD GREEN. 

Admitted Feb. 1906. Member of Waldron, Sons & Green, of Cardiff. 
Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Capt., 7th Batt. The Welch Regt., promoted Staff 
Capt. July 1915, Temp. Major Sept. 1915, Substantive Major June 1916. 
Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France. 



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GEORGE MORGAN GREEN. 

Articled to W. J. Lake, of 61 Carey Street, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Joined 
Oct. 3, 1914, as Private, 19th Batt. Royal Fusiliers (P.S. Brigade), transferred 
to 23rd Batt. Royal Fusiliers (Sportsman's) 1916. Invalided Home April 
1917, transferred to Labour Corps Oct. 1917. Served in France 1915, 1916, 

1917. Wounded Jan. 1916. 

HAROLD FRANCIS GREEN. 

Admitted Dec. 1904, practising at 5 Bloomsbury Square, W.C. Joined 
June 1916, as Private, Grenadier Guards. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 26th Batt. 
Royal Fusiliers, subsequently transferred (Sept. 1918) to Royal Air Force 
with rank of Capt. Served in France. Wounded and blown up on the Piave 
(Montello Sector) Dec. 1917. 

JOHN ALFRED HENDERSON GREEN. 

Admitted April 1883, practising at Nottingham. Joined Nov. 21, 1914, 
as Capt., 7th (Robin Hood) Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters). 
Awarded C.B.E. Served at Home. 

RALPH BARCHAM GREEN. 

Articled to W. Godden, of 34 Old Jewry, E.C. Joined Sept. 15, 1914, 
as Private, 19th Batt. Royal Fusiliers (2nd Batt. U.P.S. Brigade). Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 9th Batt. Royal West Kent Regt. Oct. 8, 1914, transferred to Army 
Cyclist Corps Aug. 1915, promoted Lieut. Dec. 1915, Capt. June 1916, with 
No. 2 Traffic Control Coy. April 1917, Provost Reinforcement Officer April 

1918, Deputy Assistant Provost-Marshal Nov. 1918. Awarded M.C. Served 
in France and Belgium. Wounded in Ypres Sept. 5, 1917. 

RICHMOND EDWARD ORMOND LYTTLETON GREEN. 

Articled to F. L. Green, of Presteign. Joined Oct. 1914 as 2nd Lieut., 6th 
Batt. King's Shropshire Light Infantry. Served at Home, and in Belgium 
and France. Killed at Ypres on Feb. 19, 1916. 

STUART ANSWORTH GREEN. 

Admitted April 1904. Member of Robin Hamp & Green, of 22 South- 
ampton Street, W.C. Joined July 1916, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 1st Brigade Tank Corps, promoted Lieut. Royal Army 
Service Corps (Guards Div. M.T. Company). Served at Home and in France. 

WALTER GREEN. 

Admitted May 1903. Member of Green & Son, of Howden, Selby, and 
Market Weighton. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Capt., 5th Batt. East Yorks 
Regt., promoted Major 1916. Served at Home and in France. 

WALTER HOWARD GREEN. 

Admitted April 1900, practising at Birmingham. Joined Oct. 16, 1917, 
as Private, Royal Army Service Corps. Served at Home. 
WILLIAM EDWARD GREEN. 

Articled to William Simpson, of Leicester. Joined March 1916, as Rifle- 
man, 5th City of London Batt. London Regt. (London Rifle Brigade), pro- 
moted Lance- Corporal July 1916. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same Batt. Jan. 25, 
1917, and promoted Lieut. July 1918. Served at Home and in France and 

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226 RECORD OF SERVICE 



Belgium. Wounded in Battle of Menin Road near Ypres and St. Julien 

Sept. 20, 1917. 

EDWARD WHITAKER GREENE. 

Admitted March 1904. Managing Clerk with Torr & Co., of 38 Bedford 
Row, W.C. Joined Sept. 29, 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C., and 
attained the rank of Company-Quartermaster-Sergeant. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, 
in same Regt. Sept. 12, 1915, promoted Lieut. June 1916, Capt. Aug. 1918, 
attached Hertfordshire Regt. July 1918. Served at Home, and in France 
Feb. to March 1918. 
FRANCIS PEMBERTON GREENER. 

Admitted May 1908. Managing Clerk with Corbin, Greener & Cook, 
of 52 Bedford Row, W.C. Joined Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 2nd Batt. East Surrey 
Regt. Served in France. Killed Feb. 15, 1915. 
FREDERICK WILLIAM RIDGE GREENHILL. 

Articled to William Sweetland, of 4 Cullum Street, Fenchurch Street, 
E.C. Joined 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles) Nov. 1915» 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. Grenadier Guards, and subsequently promoted 
Lieut. Killed in action in France Oct. 10, 1917. 
GARNET ARTHUR CLAUDE GREENOP. 

Articled to A. J. Greenop, of Bush Lane House, E.C. Enlisted Sept. 

1914, as Private, 5th Batt. County of London Regt. (London Rifle Brigade). 
Went to France Nov. 1914. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery Dec. 1, 

1915. Killed in action July 8, 1916. 

HENRY GREENWAY. 

Admitted April 1882. Member of Greenway & Sons, of Newquay, Corn- 
wall. Served as Lieut., 4th Batt. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. 

ARTHUR FORTESCUE GREENWOOD. 

Admitted April 1902, practising at 10 New Broad Street, E.C. Served 
from March to Aug. 1915 as A.B., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Anti- 
aircraft Division, promoted Chief Petty Officer April 1, 1915. Served at 
Home : East Coast Mobile-gun Section. Discharged Aug. 12, 1915. 

CHARLES GREENWOOD. 

Admitted Dec. 1878. Member of Greenwood & Greenwood, of 1 Mitre 
Court Buildings, Temple, E.C. Mobihsed Aug. 2, 1914, as Paymaster, London 
Division Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, appointed PajTuaster of Drake 
Batt. Royal Naval Division until Nov. 1914, when appointed by the 
Admiralty Secretary to Commodore Sir Richard Williams Bulkeley, Bart., 
C.B., Royal Naval Reserve, promoted Staff Paymaster Feb. 1915, and to 
Fleet Paymaster (Paymaster Commander) July 1918. Awarded the O.B.E. 
Accompanied the Troops, Royal Naval Division, on expedition towards Ant- 
werp 1914, recalled to take up above appointment as Secretary to Conunodore. 
Served in H.M.S. Victory VI. 

GEORGE GREENWOOD. 

Articled to B. Greenwood, of Dewsbury. Served as Capt., 4th Batt* 
King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. 



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HARRY RICHARD GREENWOOD. 

Articled to E. E. Winterbotham, of 1 Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, E.C. 
Joined Sept. 8, 1917, as Air-craftsman, 2nd Class, Royal Naval Air Service, 
promoted Air-craftsman, 1st Class, March 8, 1918, transferred to Royal Air 
Force as Private, 1st Class, April 1918, promoted Corporal and remustered as 
Corporal Clerk June 1918, appointed A/Sergeant Clerk Sept. 1918. Served 
at Home. 

JAMES GREENWOOD. 

Articled to Stanley Gununer, of Rotherham. Joined Oct. 25, 1915, as 
Driver, 2/1 West Riding Royal Horse Artillery (T.). Discharged and' re- 
enhsted in the Royal Engineers Feb. 1916. Served at Home Oct. 1915 to 
March 1916, and in France March 1916 to Feb. 1919. Severely gassed March 21 
1919. 

JOSEPH JAMES GLEDHILL GREENWOOD. 

Admitted Nov. 1913. Managing Clerk with H. Syd Powell, of Pockling- 
ton. Joined Sept. 1, 1914, as Trooper, Yorkshire Hussars (T.F.), promoted 
Lance-Corporal Oct. 1914. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. West Yorkshire Regt. Nov. 30, 
1914, promoted Capt. Feb 1917, Adjutant May 1917 to Feb. 1918, attached 
16th O.C. Batt. Sept. 1918 to Jan. 1919. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served in France Sept. and Oct. 1915, March to July 1916, and Oct 1916 to 
May 1918. Wounded Sept. 26, 1915, July 14, 1916, and May 30, 1918. 
RANOLF NELSON GREEN^VOOD. 

Admitted April 1913. Member of Travers, Smith, Braithwaite & Co., 
of 4 Throgmorton Avenue, E.C. Commissioned as 2nd Lieut., Cheshire Regt. 
Special Reserve Sept. 22, 1914, joined 1st Batt. April 1915, appointed Officer 
Commanding Company May 1915 and Adjutant Sept. 1915, attached to 
Brigade Headquarters March to July 1916, rejoined Regt. acting Second 
in Command Oct. and Nov. 1916, appointed Staff Capt. 1st Army Head- 
quarters Feb. 1917, appointed D.A.A.G. 16th Division April 1918, promoted 
Temp. Lieut. June 1915, Temp. Capt. Nov. 1915, Substantive Capt. Aug. 

1916, Temp. Major April 1918. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
the M.C. Served in France April 1915 to Feb. 1919. 

CHARLES LEWIS GREGORY. 

Admitted April 1900. Member of Bartlett & Gregory, of 6 New Square, 
Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Enhsted Dec. 9, 1915, as Private, 2nd Batt. Hon. 
Artillery Company. Served in France, and in Italy Nov. 1917 to Dec. 1018. 
FREDERIC GEORGE GREGORY. 

Articled to F. W. A. Cushman, of Brighton. Joined Oct. 23, 1915, as 
Private, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, transferred to Lancashire Fusihers Sept. 

1917. Granted commission as 2nd Lieut. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry 
Aug. 28, 1918. Served at Home Oct. to Dec. 1915 and Dec. 1917 to Oct. 1918, 
and in France Jan. 1916 to Dec. 1917, and Salonica Force Oct. 1918 to April 
1919. 

FREDERICK CHARLES GREGORY. 

Admitted May 1905. Member of Peacock, Gregory & Son, of Liverpool. 
MobiHsed Aug. 1914, as Capt., Cheshire Regt., promoted Major Aug. 1915. 



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Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. and T.D. Served in 
Gallipoli and France. Wounded at Suvla Bay Aug. 1915. 

JAMES LANGDALE GREGORY. 

Admitted Feb. 1900. Member of Howe & Gregory, of Bradford. Joined 
Feb. 1915, as Private, Public School Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. Yorkshire Regt. Nov. 1916, and afterwards attached to the Royal 
Engineers. Served on the Western Front. Killed near Ypres May 13, 1917. 
Buried at Zillebeke. 
JAMES WILLIAM RYE GREGORY. 

Admitted June 1910. Of Liverpool. Served as Private, 829th Area 
Employment (Artisan) Company. 

REGINALD GREGORY. 

Admitted June 1912. Managing Clerk with Ralph Fream, of Gloucester. 
Joined Feb. 1918, as Gunner, 170th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery 
Subsequently 2nd Lieut. Gloucester Volunteer Regt. Served in France on* 
Cambrai front. 

IAN BORTHWICK GREIG. 

Articled to T. S. Hillas-Drake, of 50 Old Broad Street, E.C. Served as 
2nd Lieut., 8th Batt. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, subsequently 
promoted Capt. Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 

HAROLD CUTCLIFFE GRENSIDE. 

Admitted Nov. 1905. Member of Grenside & Son, of 3a Dean's Yard, 
Westminster. Joined May 1916, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London 
Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery (S.R.) 
May 1, 1917, promoted Lieut. Nov. 1918. Served at Home and in France. 

JOHN GRETTON. 

Admitted March 1909, practising at Derby. Joined March 1, 1916, as 
Lieut., Territorial Force Reserve, promoted A/Capt. Dec. 1916, transferred 
to 25th Batt. The Rifle Brigade Aug. 1918, relinquished Acting Rank of 
Capt. Served in France. *" 

CYRIL HOWARD GREVILLE-SMITH. 

Articled to F. C. Greville-Smith, of 2 ^Clement's Inn, W.C. Served as 
Capt., 8th Batt. Middlesex Regt. 

HENRY BENNETT GRIBBLE. 

Admitted July 1905. Formerly Member of Gribble & Co., of 38 Bedford 
Row, London, W.C, afterwards practised at Victoria, and Kelowna, B.C. 
Enlisted as Trooper, 11th Canadian Mounted Rifles, at Vermont, B.C., April 
1915. Regiment came to England March 1916. After attack of laryngitis 
with the Pay Olfice in London. Joined 1st Canadian Reserve Batt. at Seaford 
Aug. 1917. While there suffered from tuberculosis. Sent to a Sanatorium 
at Hastings for 6 months' treatment, and discharged June 1918 with both lungs 
seriously affected. Died Dec. 19, 1919. 

HENRY JOHN CAREW GRIBBLE. 

Admitted Dec. 1908, of Bristol. Served as 2nd Lieut., 6th Batt. Devon- 
shire Regt., promoted Lieut. July 1917. 



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ALFRED EDWIN BARLOW GRIFFIN. 

Admitted Dec. 1914, of St. Helens, Lanes. Joined Feb. 23, 1916, as 
Sapper, Royal Engineers, Searchlight Company. Served in Mesopotamia and 
India. 
HENRY HALL GRIFFITH. 

Articled to A. F. Griffith, of Brighton, and 37 Queen Victoria Street, E.C. 
Joined June 2, 1916, as Sub. -Lieut,, Royal Flying Corps, and subsequently 
promoted Capt. Served in France. Killed in an aeroplane accident at 
Dartford Nov. 2, 1917. 

JOSEPH GRIFFITH. 

Admitted Sept. 1905, practising at Newcastle-under-Lyme. Mobilised 
Aug. 4, 1914, as Capt., 5th Batt, North Staffordshire Regt., promoted Major 
Nov. 1915. Served in France, Belgium, and Egypt. Discharged March 1918. 
TREVOR LLEWELYN GRIFFITH. 

Articled to James Amphlett, of Colwyn Bay. Joined July 6, 1915, as 
Gunner, Royal Field Artillery. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery 
Jan. 30, 1917, promoted Lieut. Aug. 1917. Served in France. Killed in 
Ypres Oct. 30, 1917. 

WALTER STANLEY CURRIE GRIFFITH. 

Admitted May 1905, practised at 31 Walbrook, E.C. Joined Aug. 22, 1914, 
as Private, 6th Batt. Leinster Regt., promoted Sergeant Dec. 1914. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut, in same Regt. April 1915. Killed Aug. 7, 1915, at Gallipoli. 

FREDERICK GRIFFITHS. 

Admitted June 1909, practising at Kidsgrove. Joined May 14, 1918, 
as 3rd Clerk, 38th Squadron, Royal Air Force, subsequently Private Royal 
Naval Air Service. Served at Home May to Oct. 1918, and in France and 
Belgium Oct. 1918 to Feb. 1919. 

HENRY JOHN MARTIN SAUNDERS GRIFFITHS. 

Admitted April 1909, practising at Llansamlet. Served as Lieut., 53rd 
Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 

JOHN ERNEST GRIFFITHS. 

Admitted Oct. 1911, practising at Stockport. Joined Sept. 3, 1917, as 
Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery. Served in France. 

JOHN HENRY GRIFFITHS. 

Admitted Dec. 1905, practising at Swansea. Joined Sept. 19, 1914, as 
Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.), promoted A/Sergeant July 1915, 
Sergeant Nov. 1917, A /Mechanist-Staff -Sergeant Dec. 1917. Served in 
Salonica. 

ROBERT TREVOR GRIFFITHS. 

Articled to R. T. Griffiths, of Hay, Breconshire. Joined March 14, 1915, 
as 2nd Lieut., 2/1 Brecknockshire Batt. South Wales Borderers (T.F.), pro- 
moted Lieut. Sept. 1915, attached to 2/7 Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers Sept. 
1915, to 23rd Batt. June 1918, and to 6th Batt. South Wales Borderers Sept. 
1918. Served at Home March 1915 to Sept. 1918, and in France Sept. 1918 
to April 1919. 



230 RECORD OF SERVICE 

THOMAS GRIFFITHS. 

Admitted Jan. 1909, practising at 44 Bedford Row, W.C. Joined Sept. 
1914, as Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Served in Home Waters : 
North Sea and English Channel. 

PERCY GRIFFITHS-AVERILL. 

Admitted Jan. 1915. Member of Greville & Averill, of 135 Edgware 
Road W. Served with the 1st British Ambulance Unit. Awarded Croce al 
Merito di Guerra (Italian). 

EDWARD NORMAN GRIMWADE. 

Admitted Feb. 1910. Member of Farmans, of 329 High Holborn, W.C. 
Joined April 10, 1917, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C., and promoted to 
Lance-Sergeant. 

HUGH NOEL GRIMWADE. 

Admitted July 1910. Managing Clerk with Foster, Calvert & Marriott, 
of Norwich. Joined Aug. 4, 1914, as Private, 6th Batt. Norfolk Regt. Com- 
missioned to 12th Batt. Durham Light Infantry Feb. 23, 1915, promoted 
A/Capt. General List Nov. 1916, Substantive Lieut. July 1917, Substantive 
Capt. May 1918, Brevet Major Jan. 1919. Four times mentioned in Dis- 
patches. Awarded D.S.O., M.C., and Croce di Guerra (Italian) and Brevet 
Majority. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to Aug. 1915, France Aug. 1915 to 
Nov. 1917, Italy Nov. 1917 to April 1919, Egypt April to Sept. 1919. 

DAVID GROOM. 

Admitted April 1909, practising at Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Served as 
Private, 2/23 Batt. London Regt. 

THOMAS ALEXANDER GROSE. 

Admitted April 1909, practising at 12 Bedford Row, W.C. Joined May 

1916, as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery. Commissioned in Royal Garrison 
Artillery Dec. 1916, promoted Lieut. June 1918. Served at Home to Jan. 

1917, France to April 1917, Salonica Aug. 1918 to March 1919. Wounded 
on Somme April 1917. 

EDWARD GEORGE GROUND. 

Admitted June 1911. Of 210 Finchley Road, N.W. Mobilised Aug. 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., 11th Batt. London Regt.(rinsbury Rifles), and subsequently 
promoted Lieut. Served at Home and at Gallipoli. Wounded, reported 
missing by War Office, Aug. 15, 1915, since presumed killed in action on that 
day. 

ALEXANDER OLIVER GEORGE MANTEL GROVE. 

Admitted Nov. 1902, practising at Dudley. Served as Lieut., 7th Batt. 
Worcestershire Regt. 

ERNEST RICHARD GROVE. 

Articled to E. H. Grove, of Halesowen. Joined Jan. 20, 1917, Inns of 
Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut., 7th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. July 
1917, afterwards transferred to 12th Batt. Served in France Dec. 1917 to 
Feb. 1918. Killed in action near Geluvelt Feb. 10, 1918. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 231 

JOSEPH GROVES. 

Admitted Feb. 1905, practised at Scarborough. Served as Capt., 6th 
Batt. Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regt. 

LYNDHURST GEORGE GROVES. 

Admitted July 1915, practising at Portsmouth. Joined June 9, 1917, 
as Paymaster Sub-Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Served at Home 
and Ireland. 

CHARLES GRUNDY. 

Admitted Nov. 1903. Son of Albert Walker Grundy, of Manchester. 
Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. 
Served in France and Belgium. Killed at Zonnebeke, near Ypres, Belgium, 
April 16, 1915. 

GEOFFREY STEWART GRUNDY. 

Admitted March 1911. Managing Clerk with Spyer & Co., of Austin 
Friars House, E.C. Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company. 
Served in France and Belgium. Killed in action near St. Eloi April 14, 1915. 

VICTOR GRUNHUT. 

Admitted Feb. 1893, practising at South Shields. Mobilised Aug. 1914, 
as Capt., 4th Northumbrian (Howitzer) Brigade Royal Field Artillery, promoted 
Major Sept. 1916 and commanded the 2nd and 3rd Line 4th Northumbrian 
(Howitzer) Brigade Royal Field Artillery. Placed on Territorial Reserve on 
Nov. 22, 1917. Served at Home. 

CHARLES HENRY TRAVERS GUEST. 

Articled to T. R. Dootson, of Leigh, Lanes. Joined Jan. 13, 1916, as Private, 
Royal Fusiliers. Served in England Jan. to July 1916 and then in France. 
Killed in action July 31, 1916. 

LESLIE BATE GUEST. 

Articled to Heywood & Ram, of 222 Strand, W.C. Joined Oct. 2, 1914, 
as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 1 /7 Batt. Royal Warwick- 
shire Regt. Feb. 21, 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1917, Batt. Signalling Officer, 
and for some time in Italy Signalling Officer to 143rd Infantry Brigade, A /Capt. 
several times. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded Italian Bronze 
Medal for Valour. Served in France and Belgium Aug. 1915 to Nov. 1917, 
Italy Dec. 1917 to Dec. 1918. 

REGINALD GUILLAUME. 

Admitted Feb. 1913. Member of Guillaume & Sons, of 9 Salisbury Square, 
E.C. Joined May 28, 1918, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). 
Served at Home. 

FRANCIS WILLIAM GULLICK. 

Admitted Dec. 1903, practising at 171 Queen Victoria Street, E.C. Served 
as A /Paymaster, Army Pay Department. 

STANLEY GUMMER. 

Admitted March 1912. Member of Gichard, Gummer, & Fumiss, of 
Rotherham. Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, 12th Batt. York and Lancaster 



232 RECORD OF SERVICE 

Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. York and Lancaster Regt. Dec. 1914, 
promoted Capt. Dec. 1915. Served in France and Belgium. Killed at 
Passchendaele Oct. 9, 1917. 

LIONEL LESLIE GUNN. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Member of Lord & Gunn, of 64 Basinghall Street, 
E.G. Served as Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps. 

JOHN HUGH GUNNER. 

Admitted Jan. 1909. Member of Gunner & Sons, of Bishop's Waltham. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Hants Carabiniers (Yeomanry), promoted 
Capt. and Adjutant May 1915, Temp. Major Feb. 1916, reverted to Capt. 1917, 
attached to 15th Batt. Hampshire Regt. April 1918. Served in Flanders 
and France. Killed in action at Mount Kemmel Aug. 9, 1918. 

HENRY SEATLE GUNSON. 

Admitted April 1908, practising at Hay wards Heath. Served as 2nd 
Lieut., 4th Batt. Royal Sussex Regt., promoted Lieut. July 1917. 

CLEMENT HENDERSON GURNEY. 

Admitted May 1905. Member of Devonshire, Monkland & Co., of 
1 Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, E.C. Served as Lieut., 10th Batt. Norfolk 
Regt. Mentioned in Dispatches and awarded the D.S.O. and Bar. 

FRANCIS JAMES WARD GURNEY. 

Articled to Henry Chaundler, of Biggleswade, Beds. Mobilised Aug. 4, 
1914, as Lance-Corporal, Bedfordshire Yeomanry, attached to Headquarters 
Warwickshire Infantry Brigade Aug. to Oct. 1914, with Bedfordshire Yeomanry 
Oct. 1914 to Jan. 1915, attached to Headquarters South Midland Infantry 
Brigade Jan. to May 1915. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 5th Bedfordshire Regt. 
July 24, 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1917, appointed to command 162nd Light 
Trench Mortar Battery, with acting rank of Capt. Aug. 1918. Served in France 
March to May 1915, Egypt and Palestine Nov. 1915 to Feb. 1919. 

KENNETH GERARD GURNEY. 

Admitted Jan. 1913. Managing Clerk with Janson, Cobb & Co., of 
22 College Hill, E.C. Joined May 23, 1916, as Private, 28th Batt. County of 
London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Received commission as 2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. 
Gloucestershire Regt. Dec. 19, 1916, transferred to 2/6 Batt. Feb. 1917. Served 
in France Feb. 1917 to Dec. 1917. Wounded near la Vacquerie Dec. 2, 1917. 
Found by German search party on Dec. 4 after lying out forty-eight hours, and 
taken to Walincourt Military Hospital. Died from effects of wound Dec. 17, 
1917. 

WILLIAM GUTHRIE. 

Admitted Nov. 1906, practised at Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Served as 2nd 
Lieut., Labour Coy. 

ALBERT NORMAN GUTTERIDGE. 

Admitted Nov. 1909. Member of Middleton & Gutteridge, of Dunstable. 
Joined April 22, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 17th Batt. County of London Regt. (T.F.), 
promoted Lieut. June 1917. Served in France. Wounded on Somme Oct. 1, 
1916. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 233 

KENWOOD GUY. 

Admitted Nov. 1912, practising at Bodmin. Joined as Private, Inns of 
Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. No. 2 Heavy Battery Cornwall Royal 
Garrison Artillery (T.), promoted Lieut. June 1916. 

RICHARD BERTRAM GUY. 

Admitted Dec. 1908. Member of Guy & Gribble, of Cardiff and Penarth. 
Joined May 1917, as Assistant Paymaster, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 
Gazetted Lieut. Royal Air Force April 1, 1918. Served in Italy and at 
Home. 

CLAUD JAMES MATTHEW GWATKIN. 

Admitted April 1913. Of Abergavenny. Served as 2nd Lieut., 3rd Batt. 
Monmouthshire Regt. 

GERALD CROWTHER GWYNN. 

Admitted Jan. 1905. Member of Gwynn, Onslow & Co., of Bristol. 
Joined Oct. 21, 1914, as Capt., 4th Batt. Gloucestershire Regt. Temp. Major 
1915 to 1917. Later Staff Capt. XVII. Corps, B.E.F., France. Once men- 
tioned in Dispatches. Served in France 1916 to 1919. 

HUBERT LLEWELYN GWYNNE. 

Articled to A. H. Shaw, of Leek. Gazetted 2nd Lieut., 11th Batt. North 
Staffordshire Regt, July 22, 1915. Served at Home Aug. 1915 to July 1916, 
and in France July to Nov. 1916. " Missing, believed killed," on the Somme 
Nov. 19, 1916. 



NORMAN HACKER. 

Admitted Nov. 1912. Member of Hacker & Michelmore, of Newton 
Abbot. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 5th Batt. Devonshire Regt. (T.) and 
sent to India. Volunteered for service in Mesopotamia and attached to 2nd 
Batt. Dorset Regt. Gazetted Capt. (Regular Army) July 1916. Served in 
India Oct. 1914 to Dec. 1915, Mesopotamia Dec. 1915 to Oct. 1917. Wounded 
in Battle of Jebel Hamriu March 25, 1917. Killed Oct. 26, 1917. 

ALFRED HACKING. 

Admitted Jan. 1908. Member of Chamberlayne, Hacking & Co., of 
45 Parliament Street, S.W. Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, Royal Fusiliers. 
Gazetted Lieut. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters) Sept. 1914, 
promoted Capt. Dec. 1915, Lieut. -Col. Aug. 1918. Three times mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. and Bar and M.C. Served in France Feb. 
1915 to Oct. 1918. Wounded at Ramicoort Oct. 3, 1918. 

HORACE BOOTH HACKNEY. 

Articled to G. L. Pedley, of Tunstall, Staffordshire. Joined Sept. 7, 1914, as 
Private, 5th Batt North Staffordshire Regt., promoted Corporal June 1915. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Middlesex Regt. Sept. 15, 1915, promoted Lieut. Jan. 
1917. Awarded French Croix de Guerre with Silver Star. Served at Home 
Sept. 1914 to April 1916, France April 1916 to Nov. 1917, Italy Nov. 



234 RECORD OF SERVICE 

1917 to Feb. 1918, France and Germany Feb. 1918 to Feb. 1919. Gassed 
Sept. 1918. 

ALAN HACKSVORTH. 

Articled to F. S. Gaylor, of 4 Old Burlington Street, W. Joined Aug. 
1914, as Private, Inns of Court, O.T.C. Transferred Sept. 1914 as Gunner 
B. Battery, Hon. Artillery Company. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery 
Oct. 14, 1916, promoted Lieut. April 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served in Egypt and Aden April 1915 to May 1916, and in France Dec. 1916 
to April 1919. Gassed Aug. 1918. 

ALBERT VICTOR LEOPOLD HADAWAY. 

Admitted Nov. 1911. Practised at North Shields. Served as Private, 
2nd Sportsman's Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
4th Batt. Durham Light Infantry, promoted Lieut. July 1917. Also in Machine 
Gun Corps. 

ALBERT VICTOR HADEN. 

Articled to H. L. Lester, of Walsall. Joined Sept. 17, 1915, as Rifleman, 
in the 2/9 Batt. County of London Regiment (Queen Victoria's Rifles). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Machine Gun Corps Dec. 29, 1916, promoted Lieut. July 
1918. Served in France and Belgium. Wounded at or near Wytschaete, 
Belgium, July 24, 1917. 

WILLIATH HELM HADFIELD. 

Admitted June 1907. Member of Lake, New, & Hadfield, of Stockport. 
Joined March 1, 1917, as Private, Inns of Court, O.T.C. Subsequently 
gazetted 2nd Lieut. Gloucestershire Regt. 

WILLIAM HADGKISS. 

Articled to George Thomas, of Redditch. Served as 2nd Lieut., 11th 
(Service) Batt. Loyal North Lancashire Regt. 

ARTHUR WILLIAM HADRILL. 

Admitted May 1900. Member of Mackrell, Maton, Godlee & Quincey, 
of 21 Cannon Street, E.C. Joined Hon. Artillery Company, as Private, on 
outbreak of War. After a few months gazetted 2nd Lieut. Lincolnshire 
Regt., promoted Lieut. March 1915. Went to the Dardanelles, attached 
1st Batt. Royal Munster FusiHers July 1915. Killed in action at Suvla Bay 
Aug. 12, 1915. 
AMYAND JAMES RIDER HAGGARD. 

Articled to A. F. Francis, of 23 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Joined 
Aug. 7, 1914, as Private, 5th City of London Batt. London Regt. (London Rifle 
Brigade). Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same Batt. Oct. 11, 1914, promoted Lieut. 
The Queen's Regt. Nov. 1915, G.S.O. III. Northern Command June 1917 to 
Feb. 1918. Served in France 1916 to 1918. Wounded July 1, 1916, and 
gassed Sept. 29, 1918. 

BERNARD HAGGIS. 

Articled to J. W. Stocker, of 150 Fenchurch Street, E.C. Joined Sept. 9, 
1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regiment (Artists Rifles). 
Transferred to Meteorological Section, Royal Engineers, Aug. 1915, promoted 



RECORD OF SERVICE 235 

"Corporal Aug. 1915 and Sergt. March 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served at Home Sept 1914 to Jan. 1915, in France Jan. 1915 to Jan. 1918, 
and in Italy Jan. 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

CHARLES DOUGLAS HAGON. 

Admitted March 1910. Managing Clerk with Hagon & Teek, of Bridg- 
water. Joined March 25, 1916, as Private, Somerset Light Infantry. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut, in same Regt. March 1917. Served at Home and in France. 
Wounded in France July 1917. Died of wounds Aug. 3, 1917. 

WILFRED HAGUE. 

Admitted May 1913, practising at Sedbergh, Yorks. Served as Trooper, 
Westmorland and Cumberland Yeomanry. 

JAMES JOHNSON HAIGH. 

Admitted June 1912, practising at Selby. Served as Private, 1st 
Sportsman's Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Subsequently obtained commission in 
5th Batt. York and Lancaster Regt., promoted Lieut. July 1917. Mentioned 
in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Taken prisoner Aug. 1916. 

WALTER HAINSWORTH. 

Admitted July 1915. Of Doncaster. Served as Lance-Corporal, 53rd 
(Y.S.) Batt. Yorkshire Light Infantry. 

HENRY CHICHELEY HALDANE. 

Admitted Dec. 1897. Member of Neish, Howell & Haldane, of 47 
Watling Street, E.C. Joined Sept. 5, 1914, as Private, West Kent Yeomanry. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Lothians and Border Horse Nov. 1914, promoted Lieut. 
June 1917, Capt. May 1918. Four times mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
O.B.E. (miitary Division). Served in France Sept. 1915 to Feb. 1919. 

GEOFFREY THOMAS HALE. 

Articled to A. H. L. Knapp, of 1 King's Bench Walk, Temple, 
E.C. Enhsted Sept. 28, 1914, in 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists 
Rifles). Commissioned in 7th Batt. Royal Berkshire Regt. Nov. 24, 1914, 
transferred to 9th Batt. July 1915, transferred to Machine Gun Corps Dec. 
1915, promoted Temp. Lieut. July 1916, Capt. Dec. 1917, Major July 1918. 
Served with Machine Gun Corps in 38th, 16th, 19th, 61st, and 35th Divisions. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France May 1916 to April 1919. 

JOHN BASELEY HALES. 

Admitted July 1914. Of Norwich. Served as Sergeant, Inns of Court 
O.T.C. Subsequently obtained commission in Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry 
and promoted Lieut. June 1916. INIentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 

WILLIAM CLIFFORD HALES. 

Articled to A. W. Stirling, of 6 Old Jewy, E.C. Joined Aug. 31, 1914, 
as Private, Norfolk Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Berkshire Regt. Mar. 6, 
1915. Served in France. Killed in night attack Oct. 23-24, 1916, and buried 
on battlefield. 

ALFRED HALKYARD. 

Admitted Feb. 1916. Of Leicester. Joined Nov. 1915, as Private, Inns 
of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Leicestershire Regt., and promoted 



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Lieut. March 1918. Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Captured 
May 27, 1918. Repatriated Christmas 1918. 

ALFRED EDWARD HALL. 

Articled to R. A. Burrows, of 27 Chancery Lane, W.C. Served as Gunner, 
Hon. Artillery Company. 

ARTHUR WILLMM GANE HALL. 

Articled to C. Cheesman, of Nottingham. Joined Nov. 1, 1914, as Private, 
Nottingham University, O.T.C., attached Notts and Derby Regt. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. North Midland Divisional Cyclist Company (T.F.) Feb. 19, 1915, 
promoted Temp. Lieut. Nov. 1915, transferred to VII Corps Cyclist Batt. 
(Army Cyclist Corps) April 1917, promoted Substantive Lieut. July 1917. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home Feb. 1915 to April 1917, 
France April 1917 to Jan. 1919. 

CECIL WILLIAM HALL. 

Articled to T. W. Hall, of 61 West Smithfield, E.C. Mobihsed Aug. 4, 
1914, as Lance-Corporal, 14th Batt. County of London Regt. (London Scottish). 
Commissioned as Temp. 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps Aug. 1915, 
promoted Temp. Capt. July 1916, afterwards Temp. Capt. 1st Batt. Somerset 
Light Infantry. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served at 
Home Aug. to Sept. 1914 and Dec. 1917 to May 1918, and in France Sept. 
1914 to Dec. 1917. Woimded at the taking of the Drocourt-Queant Line, 
Sept. 1918. 

CHARLES JOHN ERNEST HALL. 

Admitted July 1898. Member of Hall & Co., of Manchester. Served 
with British Red Cross Society (Cheshire Branch) as Assistant Coimty Director 
(Transport). Awarded O.B.E. 

HARRY HALL. 

Admitted April 1893, practised at Hull. Served as Major, East Riding 
Royal Garrison Artillery. 

HENRY SIDNEY HOFMAN HALL. 

Admitted May 1909, practising at Birmingham. Served as Temp. Capt., 
Royal Fusiliers. Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. 

JAMES MALCOLM HALL. 

Articled to J. N. Bailey, of 27 Chancery Lane, W.C. Served as Private, 
13th Batt. County of London Regt. (T.) 

JOHN HALL. 

Admitted May 1882. Member of Hall & Smith, of Bury. Served from 
Sept. 1914 as Lieut. -Col., 5th Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers. 

JOHN HALL. 

Admitted Aug. 1903. Of Torquay. Served as Gunner, Royal Garrison 
Artillery. Died in Hospital Feb. 25, 1917. 

JOHN PHILIP HALL. 

Articled to J. H. Hall, of Bolton. Joined May 24, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 
2/3 Batt. East Lancashire Royal Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. June 1916. 
Served in France. Wounded June 1917. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 237 

LANCELOT EDEY HALL. 

Admitted July 1910. Member of Thomas William Hall & Son, of 61 
West Smithfield, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Sergeant in 14th Batt. 
County of London Regt. (London Scottish). Commissioned as Temp. Lieut. 
Royal Army Ordnance Department May 27, 1915, appointed A/Capt. Feb. 1918, 
Temp. Capt. Nov. 1918. Served at Home Aug. to Sept. 1914 and April 1915 
to March 1919, and in France Sept. 1914 to April 1915. 

JOHN WILLIAM HALLAM. 

Admitted Feb. 1901, practising at Birmingham. Served as Private, 
No. 2 School of Observers, Royal Air Force. 

LEONARD JAMES HALLETT. 

Admitted July 1919. Managing Clerk -wath Trower, Still, Parkin & 
Keeling, of 5 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Enlisted March 26, 1916, as 
Private, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, and subsequently promoted CorporaL 
Served at Home. 

GERARD RIA^RS HALLIDAY. 

Articled to J. C. Warner, of Winchester. Served as 2nd Lieut., 1st Wessex 
Brigade Royal Field Artillery (T.). 

CHARLES STUART HALLINAN. 

Articled to Harry Cousins, of Cardiff. Joined Oct. 1915 Inns of Court 
O.T.C. (Cavalry). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3/2 Welsh Brigade Royal Field 
Artillery June 1916, transferred to the Royal Flying Corps Oct. 1916. Served 
at Home. Discharged July 18, 1917, after three months in hospital. 

CYRIL ERNEST HALLIWELL. 

Articled to John Haslam, of Bury. Joined Sept. 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 
8th Batt. Bedfordshire Regt., and subsequently promoted Capt. 

ROBERT HALSALL. 

Admitted Nov. 1912. Member of W. and R. Hodge & Halsall, of South- 
port. Served as Cadet, Inns of Court O.T.C. 

WALTER JOHNSTONE HALSEY. 

Admitted Aug. 1899. INIember of Halsey, Lightly & Hemsley, of 32 St. 
James's Place, S.W. Served as Capt., 4th Batt. Bedfordshire Regt. 

FREDERIC WILLIAM HALTON. 

Admitted Dec. 1895. Member of Halton & Hodgson, of Carlisle. Served 
as Capt. and Adjutant, 4th Batt. Border Regt., and attained the rank of Lieut.- 
Colonel. 

REGINALD BARNES HAZIER. 

Articled to Arthur Hamer, of Bolton. Joined Sept. 7, 1914, as Private, 
20th (Public Schools) Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Manchester 
Regt. Dec. 21, 1914, promoted Lieut. July 1916. Served in France, Germany, 
and at Home. Wounded near Trones Wood July 20, 1916, and taken 
prisoner at Rocquigny, near Bapaume, March 24, 1918, interned at Rostatt 
(Baden) and then at Graudenz, near Danzig. Returned to England Dec. 21, 
1918. 



238 RECORD OF SERVICE 

SAMUEL HAMER. 

Admitted Jan. 1908. Of Ashton-under-Lyne. Joined Sept. 20, 1915, 
as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 32nd Batt. Northumber- 
land Fusiliers April 26, 1916. Went to France June 1916 attached to the 
26th Batt. Killed at Arras April 14, 1917. 

ALFRED GEORGE HAMILTON. 

Articled to H. J. Hobbs, of Bristol. Served as Trooper, Royal Gloucester- 
shire Hussars and afterwards promoted Capt., subsequently transferred to the 
Royal Army Service Corps as Sergeant. 

GEORGE HAMILTON. 

Admitted Jan. 1898. Member of Adler & Perowne, of 46 and 47 London 
Wall, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 6, 1914, from Reserve of Officers (Special Reserve) 
King Edward's Horse. Major 4th Reserve Cavalry, Tidworth, Aug. 1914 to 
Jan. 1915, Adjutant and Quartermaster Coast Defence No. 1 Area North 
March 1915 to May 1916, and to Secret Area, Suffolk, May 1916 to June 1917, 
Assistant Commandant Prisoners of War Camp, Handforth, July 1917 to June 
1919, Commandant and promoted Lieut.-Col. June 1919 to Jan. 1920. 

JOHN HAMMILL. 

Admitted Aug. 1913, practising at St. Helens. Joined Sept. 18, 1914, 
as Lieut., 7th (Service) Batt. South Lancashire Regt., promoted Capt. Feb. 

1915. Served at Home Sept. 1914 to July 1915, in France July 1915 to June 

1916, in India July to Sept. 1917, and in Mesopotamia Sept. 1917 to Feb. 1919. 

EDWARD WATKIN HAMMOND. 

Admitted July 1913, practising at Pontypridd. Served as Trooper, 
Glamorganshire Yeomanry. 

FREDERICK BASIL HANCOCK. 

Admitted Nov. 1913, practising at Shipston-on-Stour. Joined Oct. 21, 
1914, as Private, 2/9 Batt. Royal Scots. Commissioned to Kent Cyclist Batt. 
May 1, 1915, Station Staff-Officer, Ferozepore, India, March 1918 to Oct.1919. 
Served at Home, in India, Waziristan, and Afghanistan. 

JOHN ARNOLD HANCOCK. 

Admitted April 1910, practising at Manchester. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
7th (Reserve) Batt. Cheshire Regt. (T.). 

JOHN JUST HANDCOCK. 

Admitted Feb. 1878. Member of Downing & Handcock, of Cardiff. 
Served as Col., Glamorgan Royal Garrison Artillery (T.). 

HAROLD HANDLEY. 

Admitted April 1914. Managing Clerk with C. G. Thomson & Wilson, 
of Kendal. Joined Aug. 29, 1914, as Private, 1/4 Batt. Border Regt. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 1/5 Batt. East Surrey Regt. April 16, 1918, promoted Lieut. Sept. 
1919. Served in Burma and India. 

SAMUEL HANDS. 

Admitted March 1908, practising at 97 Gresham Street, E.C. Served as 
Private, City of London Royal Army Medical Corps. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 239 



ARTHUR ANDERSON HANHART. 

Admitted July 1904. Member of Hanhart & Co., of 20 Southampton 
Street, High Holborn, W.C. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery- 
Company and attained the rank of Lance-Sergeant. Commission to Royal 
Garrison Artillery (Special Reserve) July 7, 1916, promoted Capt. June 1918. 
Served in France Sept. 1916 to March 1919. 

WILLIAM HANNA. 

Admitted April 1905. Member of Bain & Hanna, of Sunderland. Served 
as Gunner, Hon. Artillery Company. 

CECIL DENBIGH HANNAM. 

Admitted Nov. 1910. Member of North & Sons, of Leeds. Joined Sept. 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., 2/7 West Yorkshire Regt., promoted Lieut. Nov. 1914, 
Capt. Feb. 1915. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home and in France. 
Wounded May 4, 1917, at Bullecourt. 

ALEXANDER ARNOLD HANNA Y. 

Admitted Nov. 1881, practising at 5 Albemarle Street, W. Served with 
French Red Cross, Chef Adjoint, Convois d' Automobiles. Given the Honorary 
rank of Lieut, in H.M. Forces. Awarded Croix de Guerre. 

HUGH JAMES HANSCOMBE. 

Admitted Sept. 1903, practising at Hitchin. Joined Sept. 29, 1914, as 
Private, City of London Fusiliers. Gazetted Lieut. 10th Batt. South Lancashire 
Regt. Nov. 30, 1914, promoted Temp. Capt. General List Oct. 1918. Served 
at Dardanelles and Home. Wounded at Dardanelles June 4, 1915. 

HENRY HANSON. 

Admitted July 1895. Member of Walker & Hanson, of Nottingham. 
Joined Oct. 1914, as Capt., 7th (Robin Hood) Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. 
(Sherwood Foresters). Served in France. 

OSWALD HESKETH HANSON. 

Admitted May 1898. Member of Beamish, Hanson, Airy & Co., of 60 
Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut. -Commander, Royal 
Naval Volunteer Reserve. Served with Naval Division in Flanders 1914. 
Taken prisoner and shot by the Germans Oct. 11, 1914. 

THOMAS REGINALD HANSON. 

Articled to A. Wright, of Birmingham. Served with 1st Birmingham 
Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt. 

THOMAS MILNES HARBOTTLE. 

Articled to R. S. Middleton, of Sunderland. Joined Aug. 28, 1914, as 
Private, 14th Batt. County of London Regt. (London Scottish), promoted 
Lance-Sergeant Dec. 1914. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 18th Batt. Durham Light 
Infantry Jan. 14, 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1916, transferred Royal Engineers 
Oct. 1916, promoted A/Capt. Nov. 1917, Temp. Capt. Oct. 1918. Awarded 
the M.C. Served in Egypt, France, Belgium, and Army of Occupation. 
Wounded Somme July 1, 1916. 



240 RECORD OF SERVICE 

TRAVERS BIDDER HARBY. 

Admitted June 1889. Member of Stilwell & Harby, of Dover. Served 
as Sub-Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 

WILLIAM WALLACE HARDEN. 

Admitted Jan. 1915, practising at 49 Queen Victoria Street, E.C. Served 
as 2nd Lieut., 14th Reserve Battery Royal Field Artiller3^ 

JAMES OGDEN HARDICKER. 

Admitted July 1893. Member of J. Ogden Hardicker & Hanson, of 
Manchester. Joined Sept. 1914, as Capt., 7th Batt. Manchester Regt., and 
subsequently promoted to Lieut.-Col. Discharged in 1917. Died April 7, 
1919, of consumption contracted in Gallipoli. 

CECIL SUTTON MONTIS HARDING. 

Admitted Aug. 1909. Member of Burchell, Wilde & Co., of 36 Victoria 
Street, S.W. Joined April 1917, as Capt. and Adjutant, General List. Served 
at Home. 

CHARLES FRANCIS HARDING. 

Admitted April 1907. Member of Elliott & Harding, of Hastings. Joined 
Sept. 1914, as Rifleman, 5th Batt. The Rifle Brigade. Discharged owing to ill- 
health, and subsequently rejoined Jan. 1, 1917, Royal Garrison Artillery and 
afterwards Labour Corps, attained the rank of Sergeant. Served at Home. 

CLIVE SCOTLAND HARDING. 

Admitted Oct. 1912, practised at Dorking, Surrey. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
4th Batt. East Surrey Regt. 

EDWARD SAMUEL HARDING. 

Admitted Sept. 1915. Managing Clerk with Harding & Barnett, of 
Leicester. Joined June 12, 1916, as Ordinary Seaman, Royal Naval Volunteer 
Reserve. Rated Able Seaman Sept. 1916, Ordinary Telegraphist Jan. 1917, 
Telegraphist Sept. 1917, Leading Telegraphist Sept. 1918. Served at Home. 

LAURANCE HARDING. 

Admitted March 1903. Member of Harding & Harding, of 50 Lincoln's 
Inn Fields, W.C. Joined Aug. 14, 1916, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps 
(M.T.), promoted Sergeant Dec. 1916. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army 
Service Corps (M.T.) June 24, 1917, promoted Lieut. Dec. 1918, Served in 
France. 

BASIL BROCAS HARDMAN. 

Articled to F. W. Hardman, of Deal. Joined Aug. 12, 1914, as Private, 
4th Batt. East Kent Regt. (The Buffs). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Indian Army 
Reserve of Officers July 29, 1915, and posted to Gurkha Rifles, promoted 
Lieut. Oct. 1916. Served at Home Aug. to Oct. 1914, India and Burma 
Dec. 1914 to Aug. 1916, Mesopotamia Aug. 1916 to Oct. 1918. Killed in action 
near Huwaish, Mesopotamia, Oct. 29, 1918. 

PHILIP LEYCESTER HARDMAN. 

Articled to F. W. Hardman, of Deal. Joined Aug. 13, 1914, as Private, 
4th Batt. East Kent Regt. (The Buffs). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 6th Gurkha 
Rifles July 29, 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1916. Served at Home Aug. to Oct. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 241 

1914, India Dec. 1914 to Aug. 1916, Mesopotamia Aug. 1916 to Sept. 1918, 
Salonica Oct. to Nov. 1918, and Russia Dec. 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

WILLIAM HOWARD HARDMAN. 

Admitted June 1914. Managing Clerk with J. H. Chadwick, of Rochdale. 
Joined June 28, 1915, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps. Transferred to 
Royal Garrison Artillery and subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. Served in 
France 1915 to 1918. 

HERBERT JUNIUS ALLEN HARDWICKE. 

Admitted Dec. 1903. Member of Gaby & Hardwicke, of Bexhill. Served 
at the School of Military Aeronautics, Royal Air Force. 

ALFRED GEORGE HARDY. 

Admitted April 1910, practising at 27 Chancery Lane, W.C. Joined 
April 28, 1917, Royal Flying Corps. Served with the Scottish Command. 

HAROLD JOHN HARDY. 

Admitted June 1910. Member of W. T. Hindmarsh & Hardy, of Alnwick. 
Served as Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps. 

BERNARD URMSTON HARE. 

Articled to H. D. Haslewood, of 139 Temple Chambers, E.C. Served 
as 2nd Lieut., 14th Batt. Middlesex Regt. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Killed in action at La Bassee Sept. 25, 1915. 

EVAN AMYAS ALFRED HARE. 

Admitted April 1912, practised at 139 Temple Chambers, E.C. Joined 
Sept. 1914 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Subsequently 
gazetted 2nd Lieut. 2nd Batt. Middlesex Regt. Killed in action at Neuve 
Chapelle March 10, 1915. 

DOUGLAS HARRY BERNARD HARFIELD. 

Admtted Aug. 1914. Member of Swayne, Havers & Harfield, of 
Southampton. Joined April 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Hampshire Regt., trans- 
ferred from 10th (Service) Batt. Hampshire Regt. from original rank to Staff 
Capt. Lines of Communications, Salonica, Nov. 1917, promoted to D.A.Q.M.G. 
(Major on General Staff) Salonica Base Jan. 1919, and to 27th Division in 
Transcaucasia May 1919. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
Greek Order of Military Merit. Served at Home April to Oct. 1915, Serbia Nov. 
to Dec. 1915, Salonica Jan. 1916 to May 1919, Transcaucasia May to Oct. 1919. 

PERCY HARFORD. 

Admitted April 1910. Member of Elkin, Henriques & Harford, of 
3 Salters' Hall Court, Cannon Street, E.C. Joined Oct. 1914, as Private, Uni- 
versity of London O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th London Royal Field 
Artillery June 1915, promoted Lieut. June 1916, Capt. Oct. 1918. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France 3 years. 

WILLIAM HENRY ROBERT HARGRAUE. 

Admitted Jan. 1903, practising at 24 John Street, Bedford Row, W.C. 
Joined Nov. 12, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Garrison Artillery, promoted Lieut, 
and seconded to Army Signal Service Royal Engineers. Served at Home 
1915 to March 1917 and in Flanders March 1917 to Jan. 1919. 



242 RECORD OF SERVICE 

JAJVIES BARNARD HARGREAVE. 

Admitted Jan. 1914. Member of Brooks, Monk & Hargreave, of Birming- 
ham. Joined Aug. 24, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 1/6 Batt. Royal Warwickshire 
Regt., promoted Lieut. July 1916, Capt. June 1917. Served in France. 
Wounded Aug. 18, 1916. 

HARRY HARGREAVES. 

Admitted Nov. 1912, practising at Barking. Joined Oct. 8, 1914, as 
Lieut., 11th (Service) Batt. Cheshire Regt., promoted Capt. Dec. 1914, Major 
Aug. 1915. Served in France 3 years. 

ROBERT HARGREAVES. 

Admitted April 1906. Member of Parker, Brailsford & Hargreaves, of 
Sheffield. Served as Quartermaster-Sergeant Hon. Artillery Company. 

RICHARD HARLAND. 

Admitted Oct. 1909, practised at Scarborough. Joined June 1917, as 
Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery March 1918, and posted to 254th Siege Battery. 
Served in France. Killed in action June 16, 1918. 

PERCY HARPER. 

Admitted Jan. 1902. Member of Butcher & Harper, of 32 Gresham 
Street, E.C. Joined June 26, 1916, as Cadet, Royal Garrison Artillery, com- 
missioned Aug. 11, 1916, promoted Lieut. Feb. 1918. Served at Home. 

ROBERT HARRADINE. 

Admitted Feb. 1900, practising at Broad Street House, E.C. Served as 
2nd Lieut., Royal Garrison Artillery. 

HUGH VINCENT HARRAWAY. 

Admitted Oct. 1906, practising at 12 South Square, Gray's Inn, W.C. 
Joined May 21, 1917, as Cadet, Royal Army Service Corps. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. No. 2 Water Tank Coy. July 1917, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1919. Served at 
Home and in France, Belgium, and Germany. 

EDWARD AUGUSTINE HEWITT HARRIES. 

Admitted Jan. 1904. Member of Riccard & Son, of South Molton, Devon. 
Joined June 1916, as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. The Welch Regt, promoted Lieut. 

FRANK SHEARME HARRIES. 

Admitted May 1911, practising at Cardiff. Served as Private, 4th Public 
Schools Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 

IVOR HARRIES. 

Admitted Feb. 1886, practising at Llanidloes, Montgomeryshire. Joined 
Jan. 8, 1915, as Private, 24th Batt. Royal Fusiliers, promoted Corporal Oct. 
1916, transferred to 105th Training Reserve Batt. March 1917, to 5th Batt. 
Royal Fusiliers Dec. 1917, and to Army Pay Corps March 1918. Served at 
Home. 

THOMAS MARCHANT HARRIES. 

Admitted July 1913. Member of Marchant, Harries & Jones, of Aberdare. 
Joined Oct. 31, 1916, as Private, Royal Naval Air Service. Served at Home. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 243 

HANRY NAZEBY HARRINGTON. 

Articled to G. A. Solly, of Birkenhead. Joined Aug. 4, 1914, as Lieut., 
8rd Batt. Cheshire Regt, promoted Capt. Feb. 1915. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Served in France. Wounded and taken prisoner Oct. 13, 
1914. Interned in Switzerland Nov. 1917, repatriated June 1918. 

ARNOLD FRANK STAPLETON HARRIS. 

Admitted Jan. 1915. Clerk with Stow, Preston & Lyttelton, of 12 Lincoln's 
Inn Fields, W.C. Joined Nov. 16, 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. 
Commissioned in Devonshire Royal Garrison Artillery March 3, 1915, pro- 
moted Lieut. June 1916, A/Capt. Aug. 1917, A/Major Sept. 1918. Served 
in France. 

ARTHUR ERNEST HARRIS. 

Admitted June 1901. Member of Edward Gerrish, Harris & Co., of 
Bristol. Joined Nov. 1916, as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery. Served 
with British Salonica Force in the Balkans. 

ARTHUR LEA HARRIS. 

Admitted Dec. 1909. Member of Houghton, Myres & Reveley, of Preston. 
Joined Aug. 5, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. Loyal North Lancashire Regt., 
promoted Capt. 1916. Served in Belgium and France 1915 and 1917. Killed 
in action at Ypres July 31, 1917. 

DONALD FRANK HARRIS. 

Articled to F. J. Harris, of Bristol. Joined Sept. 30, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
6th Batt. Gloucestershire Regt. (T.), promoted Lieut. June 1916, Capt. Dec. 
1917, attached Trench Mortar Brigade, 48th Division, B.E.F., May 1917, 
attached 48th Divisional Artillery Headquarters as Divisional Trench Mortar 
Officer Sept. 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home and 
in France, Belgium, and Italy. 

EVAN ARTHUR HARRIS. 

Admitted Oct. 1912, practising at Chester. Commissioned Jan. 7, 1916, 
as 2nd Lieut., 2/5 Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers, promoted Lieut. July 1917. 
Served at Home Jan. 1916 to Oct. 1918, and in Palestine and Egypt Oct. 1918 
to March 1919. 

FREDERIC VIVIAN HARRIS. 

Admitted Aug. 1914. In Solicitor's Department of London County 
Council, 59 Strand, W.C. Joined Dec. 10, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Fusiliers, 
employed with 10th Batt. Count}?^ of London Regt., promoted Lieut. Nov. 
1916, Capt. Nov. 1917. Awarded the M.C. Served in Egypt, Palestine, and 
Syria. Wounded at Gaza Nov. 2, 1917. 

HAROLD HENRY HARRIS. 

Admitted Jan. 1899. Member of H. S. Harris & Co., of 63 Coleman Street, 
E.C. Served as Lieut., 3rd County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters). 

HENRY BLACKWALL HARRIS. 

Admitted Aug. 1896. Member of W. Cecil Harris, of Leicester and London. 
Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, Royal Fusiliers. Obtained commission as Lieut, 
in 11th Batt. Essex Regt. Sept. 1914, promoted Capt. Dec. 1914, Major Oct. 



244 RECORD OF SERVICE 

1915. Served in France and Flanders Aug. 1915 to June 1916. Disabled 
through accident. Discharged Sept. 1916. 

JAMES HERBERT HARRIS. 

Articled to R. J. Harris, of Winchester. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
4th Batt. Hampshire Regt., promoted Lieut. Sept. 1914, Capt. June 1916. 
Awarded the M.C. Served in India Oct. 1914 to March 1915, and in Meso- 
potamia March 1915 to April 1916. Taken prisoner by Turks at Fall of Kut- 
el-Amara April 29, 1916, escaped from Prisoners' Camp in Asia Minor Aug. 7, 
1918. Trekked 350 miles to coast of Asia Minor, captured Turkish tug (motor) 
and crossed to Cyprus 100 miles, arrived there Sept. 13, 1918. 

LAWRENCE MONTAGUE HARRIS. 

Articled to J. W. Trenfield, of Chipping Sodbury, Glos. Joined Oct. 3, 

1917, Royal Naval Air Service (A.C. 2), promoted Royal Navy (Writer) April 

1918. Served in Eastern Mediterranean, Malta, and Italy. 

MONTGOMERY READER HARRIS. 

Admitted Nov. 1908. Of Hong Kong. Served as Capt., 13th Batt. 
County of London Regt., and promoted Major Jime 1916. Mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 

NATHAN LEONARD HARRIS. 

Articled to F. L. Cooper, of Newport, Mon. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, 
1st Batt. IMonmouthshire Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Welch Fusiliers 
1915, promoted Capt. 1917. Awarded the M.C. Served in France. Wounded 
Somme 1916. Killed in action Aug. 1918. 

PERCY GRAHAM HARRIS. 

Articled to Edgar Hosking, of Liverpool. Joined at outbreak of War as 
Private, 6th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. Commission 2nd Lieut. 13th Batt. 
King's Liverpool Regt. Jan. 1915, attached as Lieut. 2nd Nigerian Regt. 
W.A.F.F. Dec. 1916. Served Home from outbreak of War to Autumn 1915, 
and in France to Spring 1916. Wounded May 1916. 

THOMAS RICHARD HARRIS. 

Admitted Aug. 1905, practising at Swansea. Embodied Aug. 4, 1914, 
as Capt., 1st Welsh Howitzer Brigade (T.), gazetted Major April 1915. 
Served in France. 

CHARLES EDWARD HARRISON. 

Admitted July 1913. Of Liverpool. Served as Private, 3rd West 
Lancashire Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps (T.). 

CLIFFORD HARRISON. 

Admitted Feb. 1912. Member of Harrison & Sons, of Leeds. Served as 
A/Bombadier, 255th A. A. Section, Royal Garrison Artillery. 

EDGAR YATES HARRISON. 

Articled to William Harrison, of Manchester. Enlisted Sept. 26, 1914, 
as Private, 2/7 Batt. Manchester Regt., promoted Lance-Corporal April 
1915. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 8th Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers (T.) July 1915, 
promoted Lieut. July 1917. Served in France. Wounded at Havrincourt 
Wood June 7, 1917. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 245 

EDWARD CAYIvEY HARRISON. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Member of Waterhouse & Co., of 1 New Court, 
Lincobi's Inn, W.C. Joined Nov. 1911, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Garrison Artillery 
{T.) and attained the rank of Major. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded the M.C. 

ERIC VERNON HARRISON. 

Articled to L. N. Holden, of Lancaster. Joined Jan. 3, 1916, as Driver, 
" A " Battery. Hon. Artillery Company, subsequently became Corporal 
Cadet. 

EUSTACE JAMES HARRISON. 

Admitted Jan. 1905. Member of Field, Sons & Harrison, of Liverpool. 
Served as Major, 6th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. (T.), and subsequently 
promoted Lieut. -Col. Mentioned in Dispatches. 

GEOFFREY KESTEVEN HARRISON. 

Articled to T. L. Kesteven, of 6 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C Joined 
July 26, 1912, as 2nd Lieut., 1/5 Batt. East Surrey Regt., promoted Lieut. 
Aug. 1914, Capt. June 1916, A/Major Oct. 1918 and attached 5th Batt. East 
Kent Regt. (The Buffs). Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded Chevalier 
de Legion D'Honneur (French). Served in India 1914 to 1915, Mesopotamia 
1915 to 1919. Wounded slightly Dec. 19, 1916. 

GEORGE ROWLAND DEVEREUX HARRISON. 

Admitted Nov. 1902. Member of Harrison & Sons, of Welshpool. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Major, Montgomeryshire Yeomanry. Served at Home 
and in Egypt and Palestine. 

JOHN STITBBS HARRISON. 

Admitted April 1908. Member of Meade, King & Co., of Bristol. Joined 
Oct. 20, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 1/1 (South Midland) Royal Field Artillery, pro- 
moted Lieut. Jan. 1915, Capt. March 1915, Staff Capt. Royal Artillery Jan. 
1916, Staff Capt. General Headquarters, Great Britain, Jan. 1918. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded O.B.E. (Military Division). Served 
at Home. 

LIONEL JOSEPH BRIGGS HARRISON. 

Articled to W. H. Briggs, of Derby. Served as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. 
Notts, and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters). 

WILLIAM STANFORD-BENNETT HARRISON. 

Admitted June 1913. Of Wandsworth, S.W. Mobihsed Aug. 1914, as 
Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 9th Batt. Loyal North Lancashire Regt. Jan. 16, 1915. Served in 
France Nov. 1915 to July 1916. Killed in action at La Boisselle on the Somme 
July 7, 1916. 

WILLIAM STANLEY HARRISON. 

Articled to Henry Hughes, of 7 Arthur Street, London Bridge, E.C. Joined 
May 1, 1918, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C., transferred as Gunner Royal 
Field Artillery July 1918. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery (T.) 
April 5, 1919. Served at Home. 



246 RECORD OF SERVICE 

LENNY SEPTBIUS HARRISON. 

Admitted Nov. 1908, practising at Southwold, Suffolk, as Cooper & 
Harrison. Joined March 1, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. Lincolnshire Regt, 
(T.), promoted Lieut. June 1916, seconded to 17th Batt. Hampshire Regt. 
(T.) July 1916, A/Capt. July 1918 till April 1919. Engaged for foreign 
service but in consequence of injuries received on manoeuvres was forced ta 
serve at Home for whole period. 

FREDERICK HARDY HARROP. 

Admitted Oct. 1912, practising at Manchester. Served as Lieut., 4th 
Batt. Tank Corps. 

CECIL EDGAR HART. 

Admitted Dec. 1903, practising at Guildford and Godalming. Joined 
Aug. 16, 1916, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut, m same regiment Feb. 1917, promoted Lieut. Aug. 1918. Served in 
France March 1917 to April 1919. Gassed July 31, 1917. 

CECIL HENRY HART. 

Articled to L. A. L. North, of 4 Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Private, 14th Batt. County of London Regt. (London 
Scottish). Served in France and Belgium. Wounded at Messines Oct. 31, 
1914. Taken prisoner at Messines Nov. 11. 

HENRY ROBERT HART. 

Admitted Dec. 1908. Member of Burton, Yeates & Hart, of 23 Surrey 
Street, W.C. Joined Aug. 31, 1914, as Private, 15th Batt. London Regt. 
(Civil Service Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. East Kent Regt. (The Buffs) (T.) 
Dec. 19, 1916, promoted Lieut. June 1918. Served in France. Wounded 
March 1916 and March 1917. 

GEOFFREY HAMILTON WILLIAM HARTCUP. 

Admitted Oct. 1910. Member of Collisson, Prichard & Barnes, of 27 
Bedford Row, W.C. EnHsted Inns of Court O.T.C. June 3, 1915. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Dorset Royal Garrison Artillery Oct. 8, 1915, promoted Lieut. 
June 1916, A/Capt. Sept. 1916 (second in command 175th Siege Battery), 
A/Major Feb. 1917 (Officer Commanding 213th Siege Battery). Once men- 
tioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in France Sept. 1916 to 
Jan. 1919. 

ARTHUR GRAYSON HARTLEY 

Admitted Nov. 1907. Member of Longbourne, Stevens & Powell, of 
7 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Joined Oct. 1914, as Private, 19th (Service) Batt. 
Royal Fusiliers (Public Schools and University Corps). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
5th Batt. Bedfordshire Regt. March 1915, and subsequently promoted Lieut. 
Served in Gallipoli. Relinquished commission, on accomit of ill-health con- 
tracted on active service overseas, Aug. 1917. 

CECIL RICHARD HARTLEY. 

Admitted Feb. 1914, practised at Rochdale. Served as 2nd Lieut. Duke 
of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry and attained the rank of Capt. Mentioned 
in Dispatches. 



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CHRISTOPHER HARTLEY. 

Admitted Oct. 1912. Member of Hartley & Pilgrim, of Colne, Lanes. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. East Lancashire Brigade Royal Field Artillery Aug. 26, 

1914, promoted Lieut. Feb. 1915, Served at Home, Egypt, and France. 
Killed in action near Ypres Sept. 1, 1917. 

WILLIAM EDWIN HARTLEY. 

Admitted Jan. 1911. Clerk with Michael Abrahams & Co., of 5 Token- 
house Yard, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914 with 28th Batt. County of London 
Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 2nd Batt. Cheshire Regt. Aug. 

1915. Served in France Oct. 1914 to Oct. 1915. Killed in action at the 
Hohenzollern Redoubt Oct. 1, 1915. 

EDWARD LIDDELL HARTOPP. 

Admitted Jan. 1904, practised at 30 Essex Street, Strand, W\C. Served 
as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. Worcestershire Regt. (Special Reserve of Officers). 

GORDON GILLOTT HARTWTRIGHT. 

Admitted Jan. 1908. Managing Clerk with Day & Son, of 2 Millbank 
House, Westminster, S.W. Rejoined Aug. 11, 1914, in Royal Army Service 
Corps (T.) \^dth rank 2nd Lieut., promoted Lieut, and subsequently Capt. 
Served in France. 

CHARLES LEWIS HARVEY. 

Admitted Jan. 1904. Member of H. H. Harvey & Son, of Spalding, 
Lines. Joined Dec. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. Lincolnshire Regt., pro- 
moted Lieut. March 1915, Capt. Aug. 1916. Served in Ireland 1916 and in 
France 1917. Wounded April 8, 1917. Died from wounds at 2nd London 
Mihtary Hospital, Chelsea, May 10, 1917. 

EDWARD WILLIAM >L\RSHALL HARVEY. 

Articled to F. W. Thompson, of Grantham. Joined June 1917, as Private, 
West Yorkshire Regt. Served in France. 

FREDERICK WILLIAM HARVEY. 

Admitted Dec. 1912, practised at Chesterfield. Served as Lance-Corporal, 
5th Batt. Gloucestershire Regt. and awarded the D.C.M. Subsequently 
gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same Regt. 

GEORGE JORDENS HARVEY. 

Articled to Robert Harvey, of Leicester. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 
Leicestershire Regt., promoted Capt. May 1915. Served at Home 1914 and 
in France 1915. Wounded April 13, 1915. 

LESLIE HARVEY. 

Admitted Jan. 1907. Managing Clerk ^vith Soames, Edwards & Jones, 
of Lennox House, Norfolk Street, Strand, W.C. Joined 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
8th Batt. Middlesex Regt. Served at Gibraltar 1914 and in France 1915. 
Killed in action at Ypres April 27, 1915. 

REGINALD FREDERICK MELVILLE HARVEY. 

Admitted Oct. 1906, practised at Gloucester. Served as Private, Royal 
Gloucestershire Hussars. Subsequently obtained commission in Queen's 



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Own Worcestershire Hussars and promoted I^ieut. Feb. 1918. Mentioned 
in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 

SIDNEY LANCELOT HARVEY. 

Admitted Oct. 1904. Member of W. E. LawTence & Harvey, of Bristol. 
Served as Capt., 1st Wessex Field Coy. Royal Engineers (T.), and subse- 
quently promoted Major. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
the M.C. 
FREDERICK KEITH HARVEY-SAMUEL. 

Articled to F. H. Harvey- Samuel, of 31-34 Basinghall Street, E.C. Joined 
Nov. 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Hertfordshire 
Regt. March 1915. Served at Home. Resigned Commission owing to ill- 
health Oct. 1915. 

GERALD HARWOOD. 

Articled to H. G. Harwood, of 31 Lombard Street, E.C. Enlisted Aug. 31, 

1914, as Private, 1st Batt. Hon. Artillery Company. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
8rd Batt. Suffolk Regt. Jan. 1915, promoted Lieut. Oct. 1916, ultimately joining 
the Royal Flying Corps in Oct. 1917. Awarded the A.F.C. Served at Home, 
and in Belgium, France, Mesopotamia, Egypt, and India. Killed as the result 
of an aeroplane accident May 1, 1919. 

MAURICE WELLS HARWOOD. 

Articled to J. T. Plowman, of 26 Basinghall Street, E.C. Joined Oct. 17, 

1915, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Warwick- 
shire Regt. Nov. 22, 1916, promoted Lieut, and Assistant Adjutant and Lewis 
Gun Officer May 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home and 
in France, Belgium, and Italy. 

ROBERT HASELDEN. 

Articled to Arthur Cotterell, of Walsall. Joined Nov. 11, 1914, as Private, 
5th Batt. South Staffordshire Regt. (T.). Served in France. Killed by a 
German sniper Sept. 1, 1915. 

SIDNEY HASLETT. 

Admitted March 1902. Member of Martin & Haslett, of 7 Philpot Lane, 
E.C. Joined Dec. 10, 1915, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 11th Batt. London Regt. Nov. 23, 1916, promoted Lieut. May 1918. 
Served in France. 

ROGER JOHN RODWELL HASLEWOOD. 

Admitted April 1909, practising at Bridgnorth. Mobilised with Territorial 
Force at outbreak of War as Capt., 1/4 Batt. The King's Shropshire Light 
Infantry. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in 
Burma, Straits Settlements, China, and France. Wounded at Neuve Eglise 
April 15, 1918. 

SHEARMAN MONTAGUE HASLIP. 

Articled to J. M. Haslip, of 6 Martin Lane, Cannon Street, E.C. Joined 
Nov. 2, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Garrison Artillery, promoted Lieut. July 
1917. Served in France. Wounded during Battle of the Somme Aug. 31, 

1916, Invalided Dec. 15, 1917. 



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RAYMOND WILLIAM HASTINGS. 

Articled to L. C. Harvey, of Spalding and Holbeach. Joined Dec. 7, 
1915, as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, subsequently became Bombardier, 
A/Corporal, and Corporal, B.C.A. Appointed to a Commission Sept. 12, 1918, 
and posted to 183rd Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery. Served in Egypt 
and Palestine. 

FRANK HATCH. 

Admitted Dec. 1901. Member of James, James & Hatch, of Wrexham. 
Joined Dec. 1915, as Private, 21st Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 15th Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers Oct. 1916, promoted Lieut. April 
1918. Served in France 1916 to 1918. 

NORMAN CLAUD HATCH. 

Admitted July 1911. Assistant Clerk to the Lancashire Insurance Com- 
mittee, Preston. Joined on outbreak of the War, as Private, Yorkshire 
Hussars, and afterwards transferred to 10th Batt. Royal Fusiliers, subse- 
quently gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. South Lancashire Regt., attached 2nd 
Batt. Served in France. Killed on the Somme Oct. 21, 1916. 

LAWRENCE VICTOR HATFIELD. 

Admitted Jan. 1909, practising at Shipley, Yorks. Joined Nov. 2, 1916, 
as Private, West Yorkshire Regt., transferred to Army Pay Corps Jan. 1917, 
promoted Corporal May 1918, subsequently transferred to Special Audit Staff. 
Served at Home. 

ROY BERRIMAN HATFIELD. 

Admitted Jan. 1912. On outbreak of War was holding the appointment 
of A.D.C. and Private Secretary to Sir John May, then Governor of Hong Kong, 
with the local rank of Capt., and at once rejoined the 8th (City of London) Batt. 
London Regt. (Post Office Rifles) in which he obtained a commission in 1912. 
Served in France. Mortally wounded at Festubert May 24, 1915. Died the 
same day at Bethune Hospital and buried in Bethune Cemetery. 

GEORGE HATT-COOK. 

Admitted April 1909, practised at Northwich. Served as Capt., 5th 
(Reserve) Batt. Cheshire Regt. (T.), and promoted Major June 1916. 

GEOFFREY HATTEN. 

Admitted Oct. 1908. Member of Hatten, Winnett & Hatten, of Gravesend. 
Joined Oct. 1916, as Private, 16th Batt. Essex Regt., transferred to 681st Agri- 
cultural Company Dec. 1917, and to 524th H.S. Employment Company Aug. 
1918. Served at Home. 

ALAN HERBERT HATTON. 

Articled to Herbert Hatton, of Warrington. Joined Aug. 26, 1914, as 
2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. (P.W.V.) South Lancashire Regt., subsequently promoted 
Lieut. Served in France and Belgium Feb. to April 1915. Wounded at St. 
Eloi, near Ypres, April 22, 1915. Discharged for wounds Nov. 5, 1916. 

GEORGE ARTHUR LYON HATTON. 

Articled to John Venning, of 5 Gray's Inn Square. Joined Sept. 30, 1914, 
as Temp. Lieut., 6th (Service) Batt. The Queen's Own Royal West Kent 



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Regt., promoted Temp. Lieut. Dec. 1914, Temp. Capt. Nov. 1915. Served 
in France and Belgium June 1915 to July 1916. Wounded and taken prisoner 
at Ovillers July 3, 1916. Repatriated Nov. 18, 1918. 

JOHN ALEXANDER HATTRELL. 

Articled to C. J. Band, of Coventry. Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, 1/7 
Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same Regt. Aug. 
1915, promoted Lieut. June 1917, Capt. July 1917 (General List). Served in 
France. 

JOHN ARNOLD HAUGHTON. 

Admitted Jan. 1910. Member of Haughton & Haughton, of Bolton. 
Served as Gunner, No. 7 (Hants) Fire Command, Royal Garrison Artillery. 

ARTHUR CLAUDE HAVERS. 

Admitted Jan. 1897. Of Mayfield, Sussex. Served as Lance-Corporal, 
82nd Batt. Middlesex Regt. 

CECn. ROBERT HAVERS. 

Admitted Oct. 1914, practising at Norwich. Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, 
Pubhc Schools Brigade. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 5th Hampshire Regt. (T.) 
Dec. 27, 1914, promoted Temp. Lieut. June 1915, Temp. Capt. July 1916, 
Temp. Lieut. Machine Gun Corps Aug. 1916, A/Capt. Tank Corps May 1917, 
Temp. Capt. Tank Corps Oct. 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches Served 
at Home Aug. 1914 to April 1917 and May to June 1917, and in France 
April to May 1917 and June 1917 to Jan. 1919. Wounded at Ypres Oct. 1, 
1917. 

CECIL HA WARD. 

Articled to T. H. Wrensted, of 63 Queen Victoria Street, E.C. Joined 
Inns of Court O.T.C. in Aug. 1914, obtained commission in Middlesex 
Regt. Oct. 1914 and rose to rank of Capt. in same Regt. Demobilised 
March 1919. Served in France and Salonica. Wounded and taken prisoner 
Aug. 1918. 

HENRY FRANCIS HAWES. 

Articled to J. A. Hammett, of 36 Theobald's Road, W.C. Served as 2nd 
Lieut., 5th Batt. West Kent Regt., promoted Lieut. June 1916. 

HERBERT JOHN HAMBLY HAWKEN. 

Admitted July 1910, practising at Plymouth. Joined July 8, 1916, as 
Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, appointed A/Bombardier Oct. 1916, promoted 
Bombardier Feb. 1918. Served at Home. 

REGINALD HAWKEN. 

Admitted Sept. 1907, practising at Plymouth. Joined May 16, 1916, as 
Private, 2/5 Batt. The Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regt., promoted 
Lance-Corporal Jan. 1917, transferred to 6th Batt. Sept. 1917. Served at 
Home INIay 1916 to Sept. 1917 and from latter date in France. 

FRANCIS SAMUEL HAWKES. 

Admitted April 1893, practised at Bristol. Served as Lieut., 11th Batt. 
Devonshire Regt., promoted Capt. Aug. 1916. 



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ALAN GEORGE HAWKINS. 

Admitted Jan. 1905, practising at Colchester. Joined June 1915, as 2nd 
Lieut. 2/7 Batt. Worcestershire Regt. Served at Home. Discharged on 
account of ill-health Oct. 1916. 

CHARLES NEWCOMBE HAWKINS. 

Admitted Oct. 1910. Managing Clerk with Freshfields, of 31 Old Jewry, E.C. 
Joined Oct. 16, 1916, as Private, 28th Batt. Coimty of London Regt. (Artists 
Rifles). Granted commission as 2nd Lieut. June 17, 1917, and posted to Labour 
Corps, posted to 431st Agricultural Company Labour Corps Dec. 1917, promoted 
Lieut. Dec. 1918, A/Capt. and O.C. 431st Agricultural Company Feb. 1919, 
and became A /Commandant Agricultural Distribution Centre, Bury St. 
Edmunds, March 1919. Served at Home. 

HORATIO HAWKINS. 

Admitted Feb. 1884, practising at 37 Essex Street, W.C, and Manchester. 
Rejoined Nov. 20, 1914, as Major and Hon. Lieut. -Col., subsequently Lieut. - 
Col. and Honorary Col., commanded 3/7 Batt. Manchester Regt. and 6th 
(Reserve) Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers July 1915 to March 1918. Served at 
Home. 

GORDON HAWLEY. 

Admitted Nov. 1907. Member of S. Pearman Smith & Sons, of Walsall. 
Joined July 17, 1916, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut, in same Regt. Oct. 1916 and attached 175th Siege Battery Royal Garrison 
Artillery, promoted Lieut. April 1918. Served in France Oct. 1916 to March 
1919. 

HAROLD STONES HA WORTH. 

Admitted Aug. 1902. Member of E. & B. Ha worth, of Blackburn. Joined 
Dec. 5, 1915, as Private, 2/15 Batt. London Regt. (Civil Ser\ice Rifles), trans- 
ferred to Royal Air Force as an Air Mechanic May 1918. Served in France 
June to Nov. 1916, Salonica Dec. 1916 to July 1917, Palestine July 1917 to 
Feb. 1918. 

LEONARD HAWORTH. 

Articled to Harold Fairbrother, of Bolton, Lancashire. Joined Sept. 
1915, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Com- 
missioned as 2nd Lieut. 1/5 Batt. Loyal North Lancashire Regt. May 1916, 
promoted Lieut, and held Acting rank of Capt. Served in France and Belgium. 
Wounded Aug. 1, 1917, and gassed on Somme. 

PERCY GEOFFREY DU VAL HAWORTH. 

Articled to G. P. Haworth, of Manchester. Joined Sept. 7, 1914, as 
Private, Public School Batt. Royal FusiUers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 18th Batt. 
Manchester Regt. Jan. 1915, promoted Lieut. Aug. 1915. Served at Home 
until Nov. 1915, and in France Nov. 1915 to July 1916. Killed on the Somme 
July 30, 1916. 

HERBERT KEEBLE HAWSON. 

Articled to H. W. Jackson, of Sheffield. Jomed Aug. 15, 1915, as 2nd 
Lieut., 3/4 Batt. East Lancashire (Howitzer) Brigade Royal Field Artillery, 



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promoted Lieut. July 1917. Served in France and Belgium May 1916 to 
Dec. 1918. 

FRANK FREDERICK FLINT HAWTHORN. 

Admitted April 1913. Member of F. S. Hawthorn & Son, of Uttoxeter. 
Served as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Reserve Regt. 
of Cavalry March 13, 1919. 

JACK VALENTINE HAY. 

Articled to R. W. Emmet, of 14 Bloomsbury Square, W.C. Joined Aug. 5, 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., Intelligence Corps, transferred to Royal Flying Corps 
Feb. 1917, and to Royal Air Force April 1918. Employed Contre-Espionnage, 
Intelligence Corps, attached Roj^al Engineers Nov. 1914 to May 1915 and 
to Inniskilling Dragoons, Sept. to Nov. 1916. Promoted Lieut. April 1915, 
Capt. Sept. 1918. Awarded Legion d'Honneur. Served in France and 
Belgium. 

JAMES FREDERICK HAY. 

Admitted Dec. 1907. Member of Metcalfe, Sharpe & Hay, of 40 Chancery 
Lane, W.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914 with the 14th Batt. County of London Regt. 
(London Scottish) and attained the rank of Capt. Served in France and 
at Home. 

ROBERT ALEXANDER HAYDON. 

Admitted Oct. 1908. Member of Rollit, Sons & Compston, of 3 Mincing 
Lane, E.C. Joined Nov. 1916, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. 
(Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery July 1917, 
promoted Lieut. Jan. 1919, attached to 5th Army Headquarters Feb. to March 
1918, and to 4th Army Headquarters April to Dec. 1918. Served in France. 

DAVID RITCHIE HAYES. 

Admitted July 1908, practising at Leeds. Joined March 3, 1916, as Gunner, 
Royal Garrison Artillery. Appointed Signaller (1st Class) Oct. 1917, and 
Signaller Lance-Bombardier March 1918. Served in France with 111th Heavy 
Battery. 

JOHN THOMAS HAYTON. 

Admitted Nov. 1917. Member of Todd & Hay ton, of Lancaster. Served 
as A /Lance-Corporal, Army Pay Corps. 

JOSEPH HAYTON. 

Admitted Jan. 1905. Member of Hayton, Simpson & Fisher, of Cocker- 
mouth. Served as Private, 21st Batt. Royal Fusiliers, and afterwards obtained 
commission in the Border Regt., promoted Lieut. Feb. 1918. Mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 

HERBERT CECIL HAYWARD. 

Articled to A. H. Hayward, of Leigh, Lanes. Joined April 1918, as Private, 
28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Served at Home. 

DOUGLAS GEORGE HAZARD. 

Articled to C. J. Haydon, of Bournemouth. Joined Aug. 4, 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., 3rd Batt. King's Shropshire Light Infantry, promoted Lieut. April 



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1915. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to May 1915 and in Flanders May 8 to 15, 
1915. Reported missing, believed killed, at Hooge, near Ypres May 24-25, 
1915, and subsequently reported killed in action on that date. 

WILLIAM NOEL HAZARD. 

Articled to W. H. Hazard, of Harleston, Norfolk. Mobilised Aug. 1914 
with 4th Batt. Norfolk Regt. Resigned commission and enlisted in 6th 
Dragoon Guards 1916. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 14th Batt. The Welch Regt. 1917. 
Killed Aug. 26, 1918, in Northern France. 

ROLANTD HENRY HAZEL. 

Admitted March 1909, practising at East Grinstead and South Merstham. 
Joined Aug. 5, 1914, as Corporal, Royal Engineers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in 
same Regt. Jan. 9, 1916, promoted Lieut. July 1917, Capt. Dec. 1918, Major, 
Jan. 1920. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in 
France Aug. 1914 to Aug. 1915, and in Egypt, Palestine, and Syria Feb. 1916 
to 1920. 

THOMAS MAYNARD HAZELRIGG. 

Admitted Feb. 1906, practised at Leicester. Served as 2nd Lieut., Lincoln 
and Leicester Royal Army Service Corps (T.), promoted to Capt. June 1916. 
Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 

JOHN GUY HEAL. 

Admitted Oct. 1912, practising at Bristol. Served as Private, Royal 
Army Service Corps. 

THOMAS LANE CLAYPOLE HEALD. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Of Wigan and Southport. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
5th Batt. Cheshire Regt. and attained the rank of Capt. T^\ice mentioned 
in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 

ARTHUR FRANCIS HEANE. 

Admitted Feb. 1914, practising at Nottingham. Joined April 1916, and 
gazetted 2nd Lieut. Roj^al Garrison Artillery April 1917, promoted Lieut. 
Oct. 1918. Served in Palestine Aug. 1917 to April 1918, and in France April 
1918 to Dec. 1919. 

HAROLD SCHOFIELD HEAP. 

Admitted Dec. 1908, practising at Ashton-under-L>nie. Joined Dec. 2, 
1915, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. York and Lancaster Regt. Dec. 19, 1916, promoted Lieut. June 1918. 
Served in Salonica. 

NORINIAN HEAP. 

Admitted Dec. 1907. Member of Heap, Marshall & Heeley, of Holmfii-th 
and Huddersfield. Joined Jan. 12, 1907, as Gunner, Royal Field Artillery. 
Served at Home. 

STUART LEIGHTON HEARD. 

Admitted Oct. 1913, practising as Assistant Solicitor to Plymouth Cor- 
poration. Joined June 21, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 12th Batt. Worcestershire 
Regt., transferred to Machine Gun Corps July 1916, promoted Lieut. Jan. 
1917. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home June 1015 to Jan. 1916 and Feb. 



254 RECORD OF SERVICE 

to June 1919, and Egypt and Palestine Jan. 1916 to Feb. 1919. Wounded 
at first Battle of Gaza "^ March 26, 1917. 

NATHANIEL SALMON HEARLE. 

Admitted July 1901-, practised at 238 Edgware Road, W. Served as 
2nd Lieut., Machine Gun Corps. 

GEORGE ROBERT HEATHCOTE. 

Admitted Oct. 1898. Member of Heathcote & Webb, of Manchester 
and Dukinfield. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 6th Batt. Cheshire Regt., 
promoted Capt. 18th Batt. Manchester Regt. Oct. 1914. Appointed a Military 
Base Censor with the Egyptian Expeditionary Force Aug. 1916. Served at 
Home two years, and in Egypt three years. 

JOHN GYDE HEAVEN. 

Admitted Jan. 1911, practised at Bristol. Served as Capt., South Midland 
Divisional Royal Engineers. 

GUY HEDDERWICK. 

Articled to A. S. Jecks, of 24 Austin Friars, E.C. On outbreak of War 
joined the 2nd County of London Yeomanry (Westminster Dragoons) as a 
Trooper. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in the First Reserve Cavalry Aug. 1915 and 
transferred to the Royal Flying Corps May 1916. Attacked by several enemy 
aircraft and forced to the ground in the German lines. Reported missing 
Sept. 22, 1916, and subsequently officiallj^ reported as having died. 

CHRISTOPHER HENRY HEDDON. 

Admitted July 1903, practising at Harrogate and Ripon. Served as 
Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). 

FRANCIS READE HEDGES. 

Admitted Feb. 1902. Member of Hedges & Son, of Wallingford. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Major, 4th Batt. Royal Berkshire Regt. Served 
in Belgium, France, and at Home. 

HARRY HEELEY. 

Articled to William Heeley, of Holmfirth. Joined Sept. 25, 1914, as 
Private, 1/7 Batt. Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regt., transferred to the 
147th Machine Gun Company Oct. 1916. Served in France and Belgium April 
1915 to February 1919. Wounded May 25, 1915. Gassed Dec. 19, 1915. 

GEORGE HERBERT HEELIS. 

Admitted Feb. 1893. Member of E. & E. A. Heelis, of Appleby, Westmor- 
land. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Capt., 4th Batt. Border Regt., promoted 
Temp. Major June 1915, Substantive Major June 1916, A/Lieut. -Col. July 
to Aug. 1917. Served at Home Aug. to Oct. 1914, and in India Oct. 1914 to 
Dec. 1920. 

GUY HOPES HEELIS. 

Articled to G. H. Heelis, of Appleby, Westmorland. Joined Sept. 5, 1914, 
as Private, 1/4 Batt. Border Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Aug. 26, 1915, pro- 
moted Lieut. July 1917. Served in Burma and Mesopotamia. Wounded 
Sept. 28, 1917. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 255 

JOHN ALEXANDER HELLARD. 

Admitted June 1906, practised at Colombo. Served with Town Guard 
Artillery, Colombo, 1914 to 1915. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3rd (Reserve) 
Batt. Somerset Light Infantry June 1915, attached 1st Batt. May 1916. 
Served in France. Killed in action at the first Battle of the Somme 
July 1, 1916. 

FRANK ARTHUR HELLAWELL. 

Admitted Feb. 1905. Managing Clerk with Thomas Dodds, of Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne. Joined April 2, 1917, as Gunner, Royal Field Artillery. Served 
in Mesopotamia. 

GEOFFREY DAVENPORT HELLIWELL. 

Articled to J. H. Rothwell, of Brighouse. Joined Dec. 9, 1915, as 2nd 
Lieut., 6th Batt. South Staffordshire Regt., subsequently promoted Lieut. 
Served in France and Italy. 

HENRY DAVENPORT HELLIWELL. 

Admitted Oct. 1912, practising at Halifax. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, 
as Lieut., 4th Batt. West Riding Regt., promoted Capt. Aug. 1915, attached 
20th Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. May to July 1916, transferred to 
Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.) July 1916. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served at Home Aug. 1914 to May 1916 and Aug. 1917 to Sept. 1918, France 
May 1916 to Aug. 1917, Italy Sept. 1918 to Feb. 1919. 

RICHMOND PERCIVAL HELLYAR. 

Admitted Nov. 1905, practised at Bristol. Served as Company Quarter- 
master-Sergeant, 1st Public Schools Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Subsequently 
gazetted Lieut. 27th Divisional Train Royal Army Service Corps (H.T.), 
promoted Temp. Capt. Sept. 1916. Mentioned in Dispatches. 

WILLIAM FRANK HELLYAR. 

Articled to W. J. Hellyar, of 35 New Broad Street, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 
1914, as Rifleman, 5th City of London Batt. London Regt. (London Rifle 
Brigade), promoted Lance-Corporal Feb. 1915. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal 
Army Service Corps (H.T.) July 22, 1915, promoted Lieut. May 1916, Lieut, 
and Flying Officer (Observer) Royal Flying Corps Oct. 1916, Pilot Oct. 1917, 
Capt. and Flight Commander Royal Air Force Oct. 1918. Three times 
mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France and Belgium Nov. 1914 to May 
1917. Crashed after collision in mid-air Easter Sunday 1917. 

FRANCIS EDGCOMBE HELLYER. 

Articled to R. E. Hellyer, of Southsea. Served as Lieut., 9th Cyclist 
Batt. Hampshire Regt., promoted Capt. June 1916. Mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded the O.B.E. 

ROY HELMEROW HELMER. 

Admitted Oct. 1908, practising at Barnard Castle. Joined Sept. 1914, as 
Private, 4th Batt. Yorkshire Regt. (T.), promoted Lance-Corporal Nov. 1914. 
Commissioned 2nd Lieut. 8th Batt. Yorkshire Regt. Dec. 18, 1914, transferred 
by order of War Office to Signals Royal Engineers Aug. 1915, promoted Lieut. 
April 1916, placed in charge of 15th Divisional Artillery Signals March 1917 



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as A/Capt. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served 
in France and Flanders Oct. 1915 to June 1918. 

mWARD CECIL HEMINGWAY. 

Admitted Dec. 1909. Member of Marcy, Hemingway & Sons, of Bewdley. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 2/7 Worcestershire Regt. Sept. 21, 1914, promoted Lieut. 
June 1915. Served in France. Discharged Nov. 17, 1916, on account of 
ill-health. 

FRANCIS WILLIAM HEMMING. 

Admitted Feb. 1913, practised at Worcester. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 
Lieut., 8th Batt. Worcestershire Regt. (T.), promoted Capt. June 1915. Served 
at Home, and in Flanders and France (2 years and 2 months abroad). Wounded 
April 11, 1917, wounded twice and afterwards killed in action at Guillemont 
Farm, France, April 24, 1917. 

OSWALD ARIHUR HEMPSON. 

Admitted Dec. 1809. Member of Hempsons, of 33 Henrietta Street, 
Strand, W.C. Joined June 6, 1916, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London 
Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery (S.R.) 
Jan. 13, 1917, promoted Lieut. July 1918. Served in France. Gassed 
Sept. 26, 1917. 

ARCHIE DOUGLAS HENDERSON. 

Admitted Feb. 1910. Member of Shaen, Roscoe, Massey & Co., of 8 Bed- 
ford Row, W.C. Joined Sept. 5, 1914, as Private, Norfolk Regt., promoted 
Lance-Corporal Oct. 1914, Lance-Sergeant Dec. 1914, and Sergeant Feb. 1915. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. March 1915, Capt. July 1915, Major Jan. 1919. Awarded 
D.S.O. and Order of St. Vladimar (Russian) 4th Class. Served at Home, Egypt, 
North Russia, France, Italy. W^ounded Somme July 1, 1916. 

ARTHUR HENDERSON. 

Articled to J. H. Waterman, of Regent House, Regent Street, W. Served 
as Private, 1st Batt. Hon. Artillery Company. 

HENRY W^ALLACE HENDERSON. 

Admitted Feb. 1909, practising at Port Talbot. Served as Lieut., Royal 
Army Service Corps. 

MAGNUS CHARLES HENDERSON. 

Articled to E. B. Wannop, of Chichester. Joined Dec. 3, 1914, Royal 
Naval Volunteer Reserve (London) as Ordinary Seaman in the Royal Naval 
Division. Subsequently gazetted Sub-Lieut. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve 
additional for the Royal Naval Division. Served in Gallipoli May 1915 to 
evacuation, and in France May to Nov. 1916 and Feb. to March 1918. Wounded 
at Beaucourt, France, Nov, 13, 1916, and gassed at Ribecourt, France, 
March 17, 1918. 

MALCOLM JOHN HENDERSON. 

Admitted June 1901. Member of Shaen, Roscoe, Massey & Co., of 8 Bed- 
ford Row, W.C. Joined June 1916, as Private, Essex Regt., and attained the 
rank of Sergeant. Subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. Labour Corps attached 



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Lancashire Fusiliers. Served at home and in France. Taken prisoner whilst on 
patrol Aug, 8. 1919. 

WALTER HENDERSON-CLELAND. 

Admitted July 1902, practising at Coventry. Joined June 1915, as 2nd 
Lieut., 3rd Batt. Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), attached to 2nd Batt. Scottish 
Rifles in France May 1916, appointed Temp. Capt. and A.P.M. 42nd Division 
June 1917. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in 
France and Flanders May 1916 to March 1919. 

HERBERT GEORGE HENLEY. 

Admitted Feb. 1908. Managing Clerk with Roney & Co., of 42-45 New 
Broad Street, E.G. Joined Sept. 8, 1914, as Private, 12th Batt. liOndon 
Regt., promoted Colour-Sergeant Oct. 1914, Company Quartermaster-Sergeant 
Feb. 1915. Commissioned 2nd Lieut, in Royal Army Service Corps Feb. 27, 

1917, transferred to Camel Transport Corps May 1918, promoted Lieut. Aug. 

1918. Served in Egypt and Palestine. 

FRANK HERBERT HENRI. 

Articled to John Watson, of Liverpool. Joined Sept. 11, 1914, as Private, 
17th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Cheshire Regt. Nov. 30, 
1914, promoted Lieut. Sept. 1915, Capt. Sept. 1917. Served at Home and in 
France. 

WILLIAM AINSWORTH HENRI. 

Articled to Japheth Tickle, of 63 Cheapside, E.C. Joined Nov. 1914, as 
Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 11th Batt. Northumberland 
Fusiliers Jan. 1915, promoted Lieut. 1916, Capt. 1918. Awarded the M.C. 
Served in France and Belgium Aug. 1915 to Oct. 1917, and in Italy Oct. 1917 
to Jan. 1919. 

RALPH QUIXANO HENRIQUES. 

Admitted April 1898. Member of Elkin, Henriques & Harford, of 3 Salters' 
Hall Court, Cannon Street, E.C. Mobilised at outbreak of War, as Major, 2nd 
London Divisional Engineers (T.), subsequently Lieut.-Col. Once mentioned 
in Dispatches. Awarded the T.D. Served in France June to Nov. 1916, 
Macedonia Nov. 1916 to June 1917, Egypt and Palestine June to Nov. 1917. 

CHARLES HENSHALL. 

Admitted May 1911, practised at Timperley, Cheshire. Joined 1914, as 
2nd Lieut., Manchester Regt., and subsequently promoted Capt. Killed in 
action July 11, 1916. 

ROBERT ALLATT HEPTONSTALL. 

Articled to W. V. Dixon, of Wakefield. Served as 2nd Lieut., Bamsley 
Batt. York and Lancaster Regt., transferred to the Tank Corps and attained 
the rank of Capt. 

JOSEPH HEPWORTH. 

Admitted Jan. 1906. Member of Hepworth & Chad wick, of Leeds. 
Joined June 26, 1916, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut, in same Regt. Dec. 19, 1917. Served in France. 



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ARTHUR GRENVILLE HERBERT. 

Admitted July 1904. Member of W. H. & A. G. Herbert, of 10 Cork 
Street, W. Served as Capt., London University O.T.C., and afterwards gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. East Kent Regt. (The Buffs). 

EDWIN SAVORY HERBERT. 

Articled to G. A. Macdonald, of 2 and 3 Norfolk Street, Strand, W.C. 
Joined Nov. 12, 1917, as Ordinary Seaman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 
promoted Signalman Aug. 1918. Served on Convoy Service (North America). 

RONALD YOUNG HERBERT. 

Admitted May 1905. Managing Clerk with Morley, Shirreff & Co., of 
Gresham House, Old Broad Street, E.C. Joined July 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 
13th London Battery Royal Field Artillery, afterwards " A " Battery, 235th 
Brigade, subsequently promoted Lieut. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served in France and Flanders Nov. 1915 to Sept. 1917. Wounded on Somme 
in 1916 and agam in 1917. Killed near Wytescheate Wood, Flanders, Sept. 23, 
1917. 

HORACE FALKLAND HERD. 

Admitted May 1910. Managing Clerk with J. B. Cooke, of Wakefield. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 3rd Batt. The Welch Regt. Served in France 
Nov. to Dec. 1914. Killed in action at Festubert Dec. 27, 1914. 

R.\LPH LENOX HERRING. 

Articled to W. H. Court, of 181 Piccadilly, W. Joined May 1914, as 
2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. London Regt., subsequently Capt. and Adjutant 1st 
Gurkhas. 

WARREN ECCLES HERTSLET. 

Admitted Feb. 1901. Member of Eccles Hertslet & Co., of 10 Gray's 
Inn Place, W.C. Joined 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 10th Batt. County of London 
Regt. (Hackney) and subsequently promoted Lieut. Killed in action at the 
Dardanelles Aug. 15, 1915. 

THOIVIAS BERNARD HESLOP. 

Admitted Nov. 1913. Member of Heslop & York, of Barnard Castle. 
Joined June 1913, as 2nd Lieut., 6th Batt. Durham Light Infantry, promoted 
Lieut. Aug. 1915, Capt. June 1916, A/Major Oct. 1917, A/Lieut.-Col. April 1918. 
Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. Served in France 
and Belgium. Wounded May 30, 1918. 

WALTER CRANMER HETHERINGTON. 

Admitted Jan. 1914, practising at Ealing; and Gerrard's Cross, Bucks. 
Joined June 5, 1916, as Private, 1st Garrison Batt. Worcestershire Regt. 
Granted commission as 2nd Lieut, in Second Line Westmorland and Cumberland 
Yeomanry, promoted Lieut. May 1919. Served at Home on East Coast 
Defence, afterwards in Ireland. 

WILLIAIVI HETHERINGTON. 

Articled to Joseph Hetherington, of Wigton. Served as Private, Royal 
Army Service Corps (M.T.). 



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EDMUND JOHN ROSLIN HETT. 

Admitted March 1908. Managing Clerk with Hett, Hett & Davy, 
of Brigg, Lincolnshire. Joined Oct. 20, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. 
Lincolnshire Regt. (T.), promoted Temp. Lieut. Oct. 1915, Capt. June 1916. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home Oct. 1914 to Oct. 1915 
and Feb. to Sept. 1917, in France Oct. 1915 to Feb. 1917 and Sept. 1917 to 
March 1918. Wounded Aug. 1916. Taken prisoner at Bullecourt March 21, 
1918. 

FRANCIS PAGET HETT. 

Admitted Feb. 1901. Member of Clifford & Hett, Dock House, Billiter 
Street, E.G. Joined Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (Auxiliary Patrol), as 
Sub-Lieut., April 4, 1916, promoted Lieut. May 1917. Served in North Sea, 
Portsmouth, and Southampton. 

WALTER PEARSE HEWETT. 

Admitted Dec. 1901. Member of Wreford Brown, Hewett & Co., of 38 
Old Jewry, E.C. Mobihsed Aug. 4, 1914, as Major, 9th Batt. Middlesex 
Regt., subsequently Lieut. -Col. commanding same Batt. Once mentioned 
in Dispatches. Awarded the T.D. Served at Home Aug. to Oct 1914, India 
Dec. 1914 to Oct. 1917, and Mesopotamia Oct. 1917 to Oct. 1918. 

EVELYN LOVELL HEWITT. 'i 

Articled to F. A. P. Sylvester, of Trowbridge. Joined Aug. 8, 1914, as 
2nd Lieut., Wiltshire Regt., promoted Lieut. Feb. 1915, seconded to West 
African Regt. June 1915, Temp. Capt. Aug. 1916, Substantive Capt. Jan. 
1917. Served in France 1914 and Africa 1915 to 1918. 

GEORGE ALFRED GUEST HEWITT. 

Articled to Sir Joseph Hewitt, of Barnsley. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 
Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt. (T.), promoted Temp. Capt. 1915, per- 
manent rank Capt. and Company Commander July 1917. Served in France. 
Wounded Ypres Aug. 1, 1915, Somme July 2, 1916. Killed in Bourlon Village 
Nov. 2, 1917. 

SIR JOSEPH HEWITT. 

Admitted Dec. 1893, practising at Barnsley. Served as Lieut. -Col., 
13th Batt. York and Lancaster Regt. Served at Home. 

NEVILLE DEIGHTON MORSE HEWITT. 

Articled to W. M. Walter, of 31 Budge Row, E.C. Served as Private, 
Public Schools Batt. Middlesex Regt. 

THOjVIAS ARMITAGE HEWITT. 

Admitted March 1910. Member of Hewitt, Urquhart & WooUacott, of 
158 Leadenhall Street, E.C. Joined Sept. 1914, as Rifleman, 5th (City of 
London) Batt. London Regt. (London Rifle Brigade). Served at Home and 
in France. Killed in action at Ypres May 3, 1915. 

LIONEL MOWBRAY HEWLETT. 

Admitted May 1901. Member of Hewlett & Co., of 2 Raymond Buildings, 
Gray's Inn, W.C. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Capt., 9th Batt. Middlesex Regt. 



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Awarded the T.D. Served in India Oct. 1914 to Nov. 1917 and June to Dec. 
1918, and Mesopotamia Nov. 1917 to June 1918. 

DUDLEY HUGO HEYNES. 

Admitted Nov. 1908. Managing Clerk with Pink & Marston, of Ports- 
mouth. Joined June 15, 1916, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. 
(Artists Rifles). Commissioned 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery Dec. 1916. 
Served in France and Flanders. Killed in action at Villers-Bretonneux 
May 16, 1918. 

FREDERICK ARNOLD HEYS. 

Admitted Nov. 1910. Member of Reddish & Heys, of Blackburn. Joined 
Sept. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 11th Batt. East Lancashire Regt., promoted Lieut. June 
1915, Capt. Aug. 1916. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home 
and in Egypt and France. 

JOHN HARDIVIAN HEYS. 

Articled to C. H. Pickstone, of Radcliffe, Lanes. Joined Aug 1, 1915, as 
2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. East Lancashire Regt., promoted Lieut. Oct. 1916, attached 
from Aug. 1916 to April 1917 to the 5th Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt. 
Served in France Aug. 1916 to May 1917. Wounded April 16, 1917, as result 
of which left leg was amputated. Discharged April 16, 1918. 

CHARLES CLEMENT HEYWOOD. 

Admitted Oct. 1904. Member of Gardners & Hey wood, of Abergavenny. 
Joined 1915 and gazetted 2nd Lieut., 3rd West Riding Royal Field Artillery 
(T.), subsequently promoted Lieut. Served in France. Reported missing on 
April 25, 1918, and subsequently officially reported killed in action on that date. 

LEONARD JOHN HEYWOOD. 

Articled to M. J. Greener, of 52 Bedford Row, W.C. Joined Sept. 1914, 
as Private, University and Public Schools Corps, afterwards the 20th Batt. 
Royal Fusiliers. Served in France. Killed on the Somme in High Wood 
July 20, 1916. 

EDWARD HIBBERT. 

Admitted Feb. 1898. Member of Pennington, Hibbert & Westbrook, 
of Hyde. Joined June 24, 1918, as Driver, Royal Army Service Corps (H.T.). 

IVL^^RK DAY HICK. 

Admitted Feb. 1904. Member of Hick & Hands, of Scarborough. Joined 
June 1916, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in 
same Regt. July 1916, promoted Lieut. Dec. 1917. Served in France Aug. 
1916 to March 1919. 

DENIS HICKEY. 

Admitted Dec. 1917. Clerk with Robert Innes, of Manchester. Joined 
Nov. 30, 1915, as Private. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Munster Fusiliers 
Feb. 20, 1916, promoted Lieut. Oct. 1917. Served at Home and in France^ 
Wounded July 10, 1917. 

HUBERT GEORGE HICKMAN. 

Admitted June 1903, practising at 34 Clement's Lane, E.C. Served a& 
Able Seaman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (Anti-Aircraft Corps). 



RECORD OF SERVICE 261 

TERENCE HICKMAN. 

Admitted Aug. 1913. Managing Clerk with Deacon, Gibson & Co., of 
9 Great St. Helen's, E.C. Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery Com- 
pany (Infantry). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 2nd Batt. Leinster Regt. April 1915, 
promoted Lieut. June 1916. Served in France Sept. 1914 to July 1915 and 
March to June 1916. Wounded July 1915 and June 1916. Killed in action 
at Loos June 27, 1916. 

CHARLES HUBERT HICKS. 

Admitted Jan. 1902, practised at 9 Gray's Inn Square. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut., 8th Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters) Jan. 1916, 
promoted Lieut. July 1917. Killed in action near Hazebrouck July 21, 1918. 

HAROLD COLDSTREMI HICKS. 

Admitted May 1905, formerly of Bristol. Served as Capt., 1st (Public 
Schools) Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 

PHILIP HUGH WHITBY HICKS. 

Articled to R. A. Pinsent, of Birmingham. Served as 2nd Lieut., 7th 
Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt., promoted Lieut. June 1916, A/Capt. Aug. 
1918. Awarded M.C. 

CUTHBERT GOLLAN HICKSON. 

Articled to W. H. Hickson, of Rochdale. Joined Aug. 14, 1914, as Private, 
Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted Lieut. 1st Batt. East Lancashire Regt. Nov. 27, 
1914. Served in France. Wounded March 7, 1916, and March 11, 1918. 

RICHARD DOUGLAS HIGG. 

Articled to Timbrell & Deighton, of 90 Cannon Street, E.C. Served as 
Private, Royal West Kent Regt. 

HERBERT EDWARD POWELL HIGGINS. 

Admitted July 1910, practised at 6 Great James Street, Bedford Row, 
W.C. Joined Aug. 1914 the 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists 
Rifles). Subsequently granted a commission in the King's Own Lancaster 
Regt. and attained the rank of Capt. Served in the Gallipoli Campaign. 
Killed Gallipoli Peninsula about Aug. 10, 1915. 

ALBERT WILFRID HIGGS. 

Admitted March 1910. Member of Higgs & Sons, of Brierley Hill, and 
Lye. Joined Aug. 19, 1916, as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Hampshire Regt. March 1, 1917, transferred to General List with 
rank of Capt. July 1918. Served in France March 1917 to Jan. 1918, and the 
remainder of time in England. 

RICHARD DOUGLAS HIGGS. 

Articled to T. H. Deighton, of 90 Cannon Street, E.C. Joined Sept. 12, 
1914, as Private, 1/5 Batt. Royal West Kent Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
11th Batt. South Staffordshire Regt. Nov. 18, 1915, promoted Lieut. 7th Batt. 
July 1917. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home, India, and France. 

SAMUEL STAGOLL HIGHAM. 

Admitted Feb. 1883. Member of Greenwell, Higham & Co., of 4 Berners 
Street, W. MobiHsed Aug. 1914, as Major, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. 



262 RECORD OF SERVICE 

(Artists Rifles). Served as A.P.M. 2ud London Division (T.) Aug. 1914, 
Second in Command No. 15 (Artists Rifles) O.C.B. 1915 to 1916. 

WILLIA^I THO^IPSON HIGHET. 

Admitted Oct. 190C. Member of Paisley, Falcon, Skerry & Highet, of 
Workington, Cumberland. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., Royal Field Artillery,, 
promoted Major June 1916, A/Lieut. -Col. Nov. 1915 to Feb. 1919. Three 
times mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in Egypt Sept. 
1914 to May 1915, Gallipoli May 1915 to evacuation, Palestine Jan. 1916 to 
Feb. 1917, and France Feb. 1917 to April 1919. Wounded twice, Sept. 29, 
1917, and Aug. 15, 1918. 

CHARLES BOWYER HIGHMORE. 

Admitted Dec. 1910, practised at Dorchester; and 2 Pump Court, Temple, 
E.C. Rejoined the 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles) after 
the outbreak of War and gazetted 2nd Lieut. Machine Gun Corps Jan. 26, 
1917. Served at Home and in France. Wounded severely at Monchy 
June 28, 1917. Invalided out of Army April 23, 1918. Died of pneumonia 
Feb. 26, 1919. 

BERNARD DRAKE HIGMAN. 

Articled to H. W. Higman, of St. Austell. Joined April 19, 1915, as 
Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 25th Batt. London Regt. 
Dec. 18, 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1916, seconded Royal Flying Corps as 
Flying Officer Nov. 1916. Served in France Dec. 1916 to March 1918. London 
Air Defences March 1918 to Armistice. 

HENRY OXTOBY HILARY. 

Admitted June 1907. Managing Clerk with Messrs. A. & M. W. Platts, of 
Bingley. Joined Sept. 23, 1916, as Pioneer, Royal Engineers Signal Service, 
promoted Corporal Oct. 1918. Served in France Jan. to March 1917, Mesopo- 
tamia Aug. 1917 to April 1919, India April to Sept. 1919. 

FRANCIS CLIFTON HILBERY. 

Admitted Feb. 1905. Member of Henry Hilbery & Son, of 4 South Square, 
Gray's Inn, W.C. Gazetted Sub-Lieut., with seniority May 8, 1916, H.M. 
Navy, promoted Lieut. May 1917. Employed in Minesweeping, Minelaying, 
and Patrol and Escort Duty. 

MAURICE LAKE HILDER. 

Articled to Edward Hilder (his father), of 36 Jermyn Street, St. James's, 
S.W. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, Public Schools and Universities Brigade. 
Gazetted Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps Dec. 1914. Invalided home Sept. 
1915, transferred to 5th (attached 23rd) Batt Royal Fusiliers Aug. 1916, pro- 
moted Capt. April 1917. Awarded the M.C. Served in Gallipoli June to Sept. 
1915, and in France Sept. 1916 to May 1917. Killed near Oppy, in France, 
May 3, 1917. 

PAUL HILDER SHEIM. 

Admitted June 1893, practised at 91 Bishopsgate, E.C. Served as Capt., 
Royal Garrison Artillery. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 263 

ARTHUR HILL. 

Admitted Jan. 1904, practising at Hitchin, Herts. Joined June 23, 1915, 
as 2nd Lieut., Sussex Royal Garrison Artillery (T.), promoted Lieut. Dec. 1916, 
Capt. Jan. 1918. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home and 
in France. 

CHARLES GUY ROPER HILL. 

Articled to F. C. Hill, of Ormskirk. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
9th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt., promoted Lieut. Aug. 1915, Capt. Aug. 1918. 
Awarded M.C. with Bar. Served in England and 26 months in France. 

EDWARD HAROLD HILL. 

Admitted Oct. 1906. Member of Hill & Douglass, of York. Joined 
July 6, 1916, as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, promoted to A/Bom.bardier 
May 1917. Commissioned 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery (T.) Dec. 17, 
1917, and posted to 233rd Siege Battery. Served in France. 

JAIMES CROASDALE HILL. 

Articled to N. E. Barnes, of Ulverston, Lanes. Joined June 30, 1915, as 
Private, Hon. Artillery Company, promoted Corporal Sept. 1916. Served 
at Home. 

JOHN HENRY HILL. 

Admitted May 1914. Of Bradford. Joined Oct. 14, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
4th Batt. West Riding Regt. (T.), promoted Lieut. June 1916. Served 
at Home. 

MALCOLM WALTER HILL. 

Admitted March 1914. Of Bradford. Joined Sept. 10, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
6th Batt. West Yorkshire Regt., seconded to Machine Gun Corps Jan. 1916, 
promoted Lieut. June 1916, Capt. Jan. 1918. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served with British Expeditionary Force July 1915 to March 1918 and June 
1918 to April 1919. Wounded Sept. 5, 1916. 

MARTIN SPENCER HILL. 

Articled to G. L. F. McNair, of 21 Leadenhall Street, E.C. Joined 
Oct. 14, 1914, as Private, 2/6 Field Ambulance (London) Royal Army Medical 
Corps (T.), promoted Corporal Sept. 1917, Sergeant Dec. 1917. Served in 
England 1914 to 1916 and in France 1916 to 1919. 

MAURICE CRIDLAND HILL. 

Admitted Nov. 1904, practised at Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Joined Sept. 
1914 as 2nd Lieut., Northumberland Fusiliers, subsequently promoted Lieut. 
Served in France. KiUed in action at Ypres May 24, 1915. 

MURRAY VICTOR BURROW HILL. 

Admitted July 1913. Managing Clerk with William Sturges & Co., of 5 
Little College Street, Westminster, S.W. Joined Aug. 12, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
1st Batt. Royal Fusiliers, promoted Lieut. Feb. 1915, Capt. July 1915, Major 
June 1916, A/Lieut.-Col. Oct. 1916, Major 9th Batt. Royal Sussex Regt. 
Nov. 1916, Temp. Lieut. -Col. Dec. 1916. Four times mentioned in Dispatches. 



264 RECORD OF SERVICE 

Awarded M.C. and D.S.O. and Bar. Served in France Sept. 1914 to March 1918 
and July 1918 to May 1919. Wounded March 27, 1918. 

ROBERT FARRA HILL. 

Articled to J. H. Turner, of York. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, Royal 
Army Service Corps, promoted Lance-Corporal Oct. 1914. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Feb. 1915, promoted Lieut. June 1916, Capt. March 1919. Served at Home 
Sept. 1914 to July 1915, GallipoH Aug. to Oct. 1915, Salonica Nov. 1915 to 
Sept. 1917, Egypt Sept. to Oct. 1917, Palestine Oct. 1917 to Sept. 1918, Syria 
Sept. 1918 to June 1919. 

SYDNEY JAMES HILL. 

Admitted Jan. 1906, practising at Liverpool. Joined Dec. 1915, as Trooper, 
Lancashire Hussars. Gazetted 2nd Reserve Regt. of Hussars Dec. 21, 1916, 
transferred to Machine Gun Corps Feb. 1918. Served in France. Wounded 
Sept. 29, 1918, left leg amputated. 

WALTER FITZGERALD HILL. 

Admitted June 1906, practising at Devereaux Chambers, Temple E.G. 
Served as Capt., 10th Batt. Highland Light Infantry. 

EDWARD LANGDALE HILLEARY. 

Admitted Feb. 1897. Of 3 Serjeant's Inn, E.C. Served as Capt., subse- 
quently Major 1st Batt. Lovat Scouts. Three times mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded O.B.E., Greek Order of Military Merit, White Eagle of Serbia. Served 
in Salonica. 

ALFRED CHARLES HILLIER. 

Articled to J. S. Carpenter, of Bath. Joined Feb. 15, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 
Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.), promoted Lieut. June 1916, A/Capt. for a 
time in France. Served in France. Invalided from Service, owing to injuries 
and ill-health contracted on active service, July 1918. 

ARTHUR ERNEST HILLS. 

Admitted May 1904, practising at 6 King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.C. 
Served as Major, 5th Batt. Royal West Kent Regt. 

JOHN WALLER HILLS. 

Admitted Oct. 1897. Member of Rooper & Whateley, of 17 Lincoln's Inn 
Fields, W.C. Joined Oct. 5, 1914, as Capt., 4th Batt. Durham Light Infantry, 
promoted Major Nov. 1915, A/Lieut. -Col. July 1916. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Served in France May to Sept. 1916. Wounded on Somme 
Sept. 30, 1916. 

SAMUEL HILTON. 

Articled to A. E. Withy, of Swindon, Wilts. Joined Nov. 16, 1914, as 
Private, 19th (Public Schools) Batt. Royal Fusiliers, subsequently attained 
the rank of Sergeant and gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Fusiliers July 7, 1916, and 
posted to the 9th (Service) Batt., promoted Lieut. Oct. 1916, appointed A/Adju- 
tant Nov. 1916, Adjutant and A/Capt. Aug. 1917, promoted Capt. Nov. 1917. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home and 
France. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 265 

WILLIAM ARTHUR HINCHCLIFFE. 

Articled to A. E. T. Hinchcliffe, of Huddersfield. Joined Oct. 14, 1914, 
as 2nd Lieut., 7th Batt. Duke of Wellington's Regt. (T.), promoted Lieut. 
June 1916, attached 4th Batt. Monmouthshire Regt. 1916 to 1917. Served at 
Home Nov. 1914 to April 1917 and in France and Belgium April 1917 to May 
1919. Trench fever May to July 1918. 

ERNEST WILLIAM HINCHLIFFE. 

Admitted June 1901, practising at Halifax, Yorks. Joined March 2, 1916, 
as Private, 14th Batt. County of London Regt. (London Scottish), attached 
to Intelligence Office, Le Havre, April 1917, and later promoted Corporal and 
A/Sergeant, appointed to Intelligence Office, Lille, Oct. 1918. Served in 
France and Belgium. 

MAURICE THORP HINCKS. 

Admitted Jan. 1908, practising at Leicester. Joined Dec. 8, 1915, as 
Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.) and attained the rank of Company 
Quarter-master-Sergeant. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same Regt. Dec. 4, 1916, 
promoted Lieut. June 1915. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at 
Home to Dec. 1916 and Aug. 1919 to Jan. 1920, France and Flanders Dec. 
1916 to Feb. 1919, and Germany Feb. to Aug. 1919. 

EVERATT HIND. 

Admitted Nov. 1887, practising at Goole. Formed and commanded 8th 
Batt. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry in Aug. and Sept. 1914, formed and 
commanded 2/4 Batt. same Regt. in England and France Oct. 1914 to April 
1917, commanded Hind's Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers May to Sept. 1917, on 
Staff duties in France Sept. 1917 to Sept. 1918, commanded 80th Labour Group 
in France Sept. 1918 to May 1919. 

LAWRENCE ARTHUR HIND. 

Admitted Dec. 1902. Member of Wells & Hind, of Nottingham ; and Hinds 
& Roberts, of 33 Chancery Lane, W.C. Mobihsed Aug. 1914, as Capt., 7th 
(Robin Hood) Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters), promoted 
Major 1915, Lieut.-Col. May 1916. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
the M.C. Served in France. Wounded at Hooge July 1915. Killed Battle 
of Somme July 1, 1916. 

WILLIAM HENRY ROUSSEAU HINDE. 

Articled to H. H. Bothamley, of 16 Bedford Row, W.C. Joined Sept. 26, 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps, promoted Lieut. June 1915, 
Capt. Jan. 1916. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home. Died of 
influenza and pneumonia Oct 22, 1918. 

FRANK HINDLE. 

Admitted July 1911, practising at Haslingden, Lanes. Joined Oct. 10, 
1917, as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery. Served in France. 

FREDERICK HINDLE. 

Admitted June 1899. Member of Hindle, Son & Cooper, of Darwen. 
Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, No. 2 Motor Ambulance Corps. Gazetted 



266 RECORD OF SERVICE 

Lieut. Nov. 1917. Awarded Chevalier Legion d'Honneur (French) and Croix 
de Guerre (two palms and three stars) French. Served in France Sept. 1914 
to Jan. 1919. 

GEORGE EDWIN SCOTT HINDINIARSH. 

Admitted Nov. 1904, practised at Bury St. Edmund's. Joined Nov. 1914, 
as Trooper, 2nd Life Guards. Received commission as 2nd Lieut. 3/1 Batt. 
Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regt.) Sept. 19, 1915, transferred to 3rd Batt. 
The Rifle Brigade Nov. 1915. In France May to Sept. 1915, and in India March 
1916 to June 1917. Died from heart failure June 16, 1917, in Multan, India. 

EVAN JOHN HINDS. 

Admitted April 1910, practising at Swansea. Joined March 28, 1916, 
as Private, Royal Amiy Service Corps (M.T.), subsequently Lance-Corporal in 
336th Siege Battery Ammunition Column. Served in France and Belgium. 

GEORGE VERNON HINDS. 

Articled to G. P. Hinds, of Goudhurst, Kent. Joined June 2, 1915, as 
Temp. 2nd Lieut., 10th Batt. Royal West Kent Regt., promoted Lieut. Oct. 

1915, transferred to 1st Signal Company Royal Engineers Oct. 1917. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in France, Belgium, 
and with the Army of the Rhine. 

CHARLES WILLIAM HINES. 

Admitted March 1897. Member of Hines & Son, of Sunderland. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Major, 7th Batt. Durham Light Infantry (T.). Served in France 
and Belgium April to May 1915. Killed at or near Wittebroke Farm, near 
Ypres, May 24, 1915. 

HAROLD CUDDEFORD HINGSTON. 

Admitted Feb. 1912. Managing Clerk with Ernest Bevir & Son, of 
Devereux Chambers, Temple, W.C. Joined Dec. 14, 1914, as Private, Inns 
of Court O.T.C. Commissioned 2nd Lieut. 1st Batt. London Regt. (Royal 
Fusiliers) April 3, 1915, subsequently promoted Temp. Lieut., Temp. Capt., 
Assistant Staff Capt. 173rd Brigade while serving in France, and also Assistant to 
D.A.Q.M.G. 1st Army (Central Force) England for five months prior to going 
to France. Served at Home and France. Discharged Feb. 1917 on being 
appointed Assistant Legal Adviser to West Midland Regional Headquarters 
of Ministry of National Service. 

GEORGE ERNEST HINMAN. 

Admitted May 1903, practising at 59 Strand, W.C. Joined Sept. 29, 

1916, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Commissioned in Royal Garrison 
Artillery (S.R.) June 1917. Served in Ireland. 

JOHN ARTHUR HISLOP. 

Admitted June 1914. Member of J. Hislop & Son, of Manchester. Joined 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., 19th Batt. Manchester Regt., and attained the rank of Capt. 
Served at Home and in France. Died at Oxford from operation July 8, 1916. 

FREDERICK CECIL HOARE. 

Admitted April 1905. Member of Lewis & Sons, of 7 Wilmington Square, 
W.C. Served as Private, Middlesex Regt. 



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WILLIAM GEORGE HOBBS. 

Admitted Dec. 1913, practised at Kew. Served as Lieut., 8th Batt. Royal 
Berkshire Regt. Killed in action in France Sept. 25, 1915. 

ARTHUR LAWRENCE HOBHOUSE. 

Admitted Feb. 1911, practising at 4 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Joined 
May 25, 1915, as 2nd Lieut,, Royal Army Service Corps., promoted Lieut. March 
1916, transferred to General List, Staff-Lieut. Dec. 1916, promoted Staff Capt. 
March 1919. Served in France Sept. 1915 to May 1919. 

ERIC JOHN BENTLEY HOBROW. 

Admitted Aug. 1915. Member of Bundle & Hobrow, of 73 Basinghall 
Street, E.C. Served as Lance-Corporal, 1st Batt. Hon. Artillery Company. 

ALFRED CYRIL WHITWORTH HOBSON. 

Articled to G. W. Hobson, of Droitwich. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., 2nd South Midland Brigade Royal Field Artillery (T.), promoted 
Lieut. Jan. 1915, A/Capt. Oct. 1915, Capt. July 1916, A/Major Aug. 1917, 
Brigade Major R.A., General Headquarters, Italy, April 1918 to Jan. 1919. 
Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded M.C. and Bar. Served at Home 
Aug. 1914 to March 1915, France March 1915 to Nov. 1917, and Italy Nov. 

1917 to Jan. 1919. Wounded at Ypres Sept. and Nov. 1917. 

FRANCIS WILLIAM ELAND HOBSON. 

Admitted Nov. 1908, practised at 3-4 Clement's Inn, W.C. Served as 
2nd Lieut., 70th Labour Company. 

JAMES FALSHAW HOBSON. 

Admitted July 1908. Managing Clerk with Maughan & Hall, of New- 
castle-upon-Tyne. Joined Sept. 4, 1914, as Private, 21st Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 2/8 Batt. Durham Light Infantry June 20, 1915, promoted 
Temp. Lieut. Nov. 1915, Temp. Capt. Oct. 1916., 2nd Lieut. 1/8 Batt. 
May 1917, Lieut. June 1917, A /Capt. Jime 1918, attached 18th Batt. Nov. 

1918 to Feb. 1919. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home and France. 

NTEVILLE HOBSON. 

Admitted Feb. 1908, practising at Beverley. Joined Aug. 20, 1914, as 
Private, 5th Batt. Yorkshire Regt., subsequently attained the rank of Company 
Sergeant -Major in 16th Batt. King's Royal Rifle Corps. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
11th Batt. West Riding Regt. June 1915, promoted Lieut, and Adjutant No. 3 
Officer Cadet Batt. Feb. 1916, Capt. and Adjutant 2/19 Batt. London Regt. 
June 1916, Headquarters Staff 60th (London) Division, Dec. 1917 to Dec. 1918. 
Three times mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in France 
June to Dec. 1916, The Balkans Dec. 1916 to May 1917, and Palestine May 
1917 to Dec. 1918. 

WILLIAM ANTHONY HOBSON. 

Admitted May 1912, practising at Maryport. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
Lonsdale Batt. Border Regt., subsequently promoted Lieut. 

STEPHEN LOTAN HOCKEN. 

Admitted Nov. 1914. Assistant to Messrs. Orr, Dignam & Co., of Calcutta. 
Returned to England June 1915, and in July 1915 joined Inns of Court O.T.C. 



268 RECORD OF SERVICE 

Gazetted 2nd Lieut. King's Royal Rifle Corps Nov. 1915. Served in France. 
Killed in action at Guillemont Sept. 3, 1916. 

WILLIAM GEOFFREY HOCKIN. 

Admitted Feb. 1904. Member of Hockin, Beckton & Hockin, of Man- 
chester. Joined Nov. 29, 1914, as Lieut., 7th Batt. Lancashire Fusihers, 
promoted Temp. Capt. Feb. 1915, Staff-Capt. Aug. 1915, Brigade Major 
Feb. 1916, Adjutant 1st Volunteer Batt. Manchester Regt. May 1917. Served 
at Home. 

CUTHBERT FRANCIS HODDING. 

Admitted Nov. 1909, practised at Salisbury. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 
2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. Wiltshire Regt. and proceeded to India with the Regt., 
subsequently transferred to the 2nd Gurkha Rifles on the North-Westem 
Frontier until invalided home suffering from " sprue," after a time rejoined 
Wiltshire Regt. in Ireland. Died Dec. 8, 1918. 

HENRY ELLIS HODDING. 

Articled to John Hodding, of Worksop. Joined Nov. 1914, as Private, 
Inns of Court O.T.C. Obtained commission in 10th Batt. Notts and Derby 
Regt. (Sherwood Foresters), and attained the rank of Lieut. Awarded the 
M.C. Served in France. Died Nov. 8, 1918» from wounds received near 
Cambrai Nov. 4. 

HENRY CECIL HODGES. 

Admitted Oct. 1914. Member of Hart, Scales & Hodges, of Dorking, 
Surrey. Joined Jan. 3, 1915, as Sub-Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 
promoted Lieut. Aug. 1917. Served as Intelligence Officer in H.M.S. Actaeon. 

REGINALD ARTHUR HODGES. 

Admitted Jan. 1909. An Assistant Solicitor to Surrey County Council, 
Kingston-on-Thames. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 5th Batt. East Surrey 
Regt., promoted Capt. Nov. 1914. Invalided out Feb. 17, 1915. Served 
at Home. 

WILLIAM LANGHAM HODGES. 

Admitted Nov. 1907. Member of Hart, Scales & Hodges, of Dorking. 
Served as Capt., 5th Batt. The Queen's Royal West Surrey Regt., subsequently 
promoted Major. Mentioned in Dispatches. 

JAMES PERCY HODGKINS. 

Articled to William Harding, of Leicester. Served as Private, 4th Batt. 
Leicestershire Regt. 

CHARLES HODGKINSON. 

Admitted March 1880. Member of Dransfield & Hodgkinson, of Sheffield. 
Joined Oct. 1, 1914, as Major, 10th Batt. Manchester Regt., promoted Lieut. - 
Col. 2/7 Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers June 1915, attached Headquarters Southern 
Army Nov. 1916. Given the rank of Hon. Col. as a reward for services rendered. 
Served at Home. 

ROBERT FRANK BYRON HODGKINSON. 

Admitted July 1900. Member of Hodgkinson & Beevor, of Newark- 
on-Trent. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 8th Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 269 

(Sherwood Foresters) (T.) and held the Temp, ranks of Major and Lieut.-Col. 
during the War. Awarded O.B.E. (Military Division). Served in France 
and at Home. Wounded April 23, 1915. 

GEORGE HODGSON. 

Articled to Allan Sewart, of Lancaster. Joined Sept. 18, 1914, as Private, 
1/4 Batt. Border Regt. Served in India and Burma. 

ISAAC HARVEY HODGSON. 

Articled to Jos. Broatch, of Keswick. Joined Sept. 12, 1914, as Private, 
8th Batt. Border Regt., promoted Sergeant 1914. Granted commission as 
2nd Lieut. 10th Batt. Border Regt. Dec. 1914, promoted Lieut. Feb. 1915. 
Went to Gallipoli in May 1915 to join 1st Batt. Border Regt., was severely 
wounded at Suvla Bay Aug. 21, 1915, sent home to Netley Hospital, sub- 
sequently joined the 3rd Batt. Border Regt, went to France Feb. 12, 1916. 
Killed in action April 20, 1916, buried at La Neauville-sur-Corbie, France. 

JAMES WILLIAM BIRKETT HODGSON. 

Admitted Aug. 1902. Member of Allen, Whitfield & Hodgson, of Man- 
chester. Joined Nov. 1916, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps, attached 
Royal Garrison Artillery Sept. 1917 to Nov. 1918, subsequently promoted 
Lieut. 

JOSEPH PARKIN HODGSON. 

Articled to E. R. Pickmere, of Liverpool. Joined Aug. 4, 1914, as Trooper, 
King Edward's Horse. Commissioned April 1915 1/2 Batt. East Lancashire 
Brigade Royal Field Artillery, gazetted liieut. June 1917. Served in Egypt 
and Palestine May 1915 to Feb. 1919. 

RICHARD EVELEIGH HODGSON. 

Articled to D. C. Lee, of 46 Queen Victoria Street, E.C. Joined Aug. 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. (Special Reserve), 
promoted Lieut. 1915, transferred to Royal Flying Corps with same rank Nov. 
1917. Served in France April 1915 to April 1917, Home April to Nov. 1917. 
Killed almost in first flight (after gaining wings and posted to 204th Squadron). 
Shot down by machine gun on returning from a patrol near Dunkirk Sept. 15,. 
1918. 

WILLIAM HARRY HODGSON. 

Admitted May 1911, practising at Blackpool. Served as 2nd Lieut. ,^ 
2/5 Batt. King's Own Royal Lancaster Regt. 

WILLIAM WETHERELL HODGSON. 

Admitted May 1906, practising at Richmond, Yorks. Joined June 23, 
1917, as Private, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Served in Ireland. 

SHIRLEY SAMUEL HODSON. 

Admitted May 1905. Of Calcutta. Served as 2nd Lieut., 93rd Burma 
Infantry, Indian Army. 

JOHN STOKER HOGG. 

Member of Templer Down & Hogg, of 31 Lombard Street, E.C. Joined 
Aug. 29, 1914, as Private, 10th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted Sept. 4, 1917, 
2nd Lieut. Royal Flying Corps, promoted Lieut. Royal Air Force April 1918, 



270 RECORD OF SERVICE 

Served in France July 1915 to July 1916 and March 1918 to Feb. 1919, Italy 
July to March 1918. Wounded July 15, 1916. 

CYRIL WALTER HOLCROFT. 

Admitted Dec. 1913. Member of Springthorpe & Holcroft, of Birmingham. 
Joined Sept. 5, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 8th Batt. Worcestershire Regt., promoted 
Capt. 1916, Major May 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
D.S.O. Served in France. Wounded at Ypres Aug. 1917 and at Cambrai 
Dec. 1917. 

EDWARD STANLEY HOLCROFT. 

Admitted Jan. 1907, practised at Reading. Served as Capt., 4th Batt. 
Royal Berkshire Regt. (T.). 

GUY PATIENT HOLDEN. 

Articled to L. S. Cleaver, of Liverpool. Joined Sept. 12, 1914, as Ordinary 
Seaman, Royal Naval Division. Gazetted Sub-Lieut. Royal Naval Volunteer 
Reserve Feb. 6, 1915, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1916. Served at Cape Helles, 
Gallipoli, Aug. 1915. Invalided Aug. 30, 1916, on account of dysentery 
contracted on service. 

HERBERT CHARLES HOLDEN. 

Admitted July 1898. Member of Winder & Holden, of Bolton. Mobilised 
Aug. 4, 1914, as Capt., Lancashire Fusiliers. Served at Home. 

RALPH AINSWORTH HOLDEN. 

Admitted April 1905. Member of Richardson, Sowerby, Holden & Co., of 
5 John Street, Bedford Row, W.C. Joined Sept. 1917, as Private, Inns of 
Court O.T.C. Commissioned 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery Sept. 1918. 
Served at Home. 

THOMAS WHITE HOLDICH. 

Admitted Nov. 1884. Member of Locking, Holdich & Locking, of Hull. 
Mobilised Aug. 5, 1914, as Major and Second in Command 14th Batt. East 
Yorkshire Regt. (T.), prom.oted Lieut. -Col. Sept. 1914, Officer Commanding 2/4 
Batt. East Yorkshire Regt. (T.), subsequently Officer Commanding 27th Batt. 
Durham Light Infantry (T.). Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
O.B.E. Served at Home, Coast Defence, and Training. Transferred to 
Territorial Force Reserve Jan. 30, 1917, on account of ill-health. 

HAROLD EVELYN HOLDING. 

Admitted Dec. 1912, practising at 13 Golden Square, W. Served as 
Private, Public Schools Batt. Middlesex Regt. 

HAROLD ABERCROMBIE HOLDSWORTH. 

Admitted July 1896, practising at 47 Charing Cross Road, W.C. Joined 
Dec. 16, 1914, as Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Served in North 
Sea, North of Scotland, British Channel, W^est Indies, in command of a number 
of submarine chasers, mine sweepers, etc. Senior Officer Patrols at Lossiemouth, 
N.B., Ullapool, N.B., Humber, Littlehampton, and Newhaven. Senior Naval 
Officer at St. Lucia, British West Indies. Senior Naval Officer Barbados, British 
West Indies. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 271 

VAVASOUR MERVYN HOLDSWORTH. 

Admitted Oct. 1914. Managing Clerk with J. D. Arthur, of 171 Queen 
Victoria Street, E.C. EnHsted Sept. 2, 1914, as Trooper, Royal North Devon 
Hussars (Yeomanry), promoted Lance-Corporal Oct. 1914, obtained commis- 
sion as 2nd Lieut. 22nd Batt. London Regt. April 1915. Served in England 
till July 1915, in France July to Dec. 1915. Killed Dec. 20, 1915, by sniper. 
Buried in Vermelles Cemetery. 

FREDERICK HERBERT HOLE. 

Admitted May 1905, practising at Gloucester. Joined Dec. 8, 1915, as 
2nd Lieut., Royal Field Artillery (T.), promoted Lieut. July 1917, in Royal 
Garrison Artillery June 1917 to Feb. 1918, otherwise Royal Field Artillery (T.). 
Served in France June to Dec. 1916 and May 1918 to March 1919, otherwise at 
Home. 

BASIL THOMAS HOLLAND. 

Admitted March 1913. Managing Clerk with C. E. Pettit, of 491 Oxford 
Street, W. Mobilised Aug. 3, 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London 
Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 2nd Black Watch Jan. 1915. 
Served in France Oct. to March 1914. Killed in action at Neuve Chapelle, 
March 10, 1915. 

JAMES WILLIAM THURSTAN HOLLAND. 

Articled to P. N. Stone, of Liverpool. Joined Oct. 4, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
7th Batt. The King's Liverpool Regt. (T.), promoted Substantive Capt. June 
1917. Served in France. 

RALPH BERTRAM HOLLAND. 

Admitted April 1914, practised at 158 Aldersgate Street, E.C. Joined 
Aug. 3, 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal 
West Kent Regt. Sept. 9, 1914, promoted Lieut. Nov. 1914, Capt. March 1915. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France. Killed at Thiepval 
(Schwerben Redoubt) Oct. 2, 1916. 

RICHARD HOLLAND. 

Admitted July 1906. Member of Holland, Rigby, & Williams, of Ash- 
bourne, Derbyshire. Joined July 19, 1918, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Marines Sept. 19, 1918. Served at Home. 

THOMAS WELSBY HOLLAND. 

Admitted Oct. 1910. Member of Holland, Holland & Turner, of Chester, 
Winsford, and Middlewich. Joined March 1917, as Private, 15th Batt. County 
of London Regt. (Civil Service Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Welch 
Fusiliers Feb. 1918. Served at Home and in France. Killed in action near 
Gouzeaucourt Sept. 18, 1918. 

PERCY HOOD HOLLICK. 

Admitted Oct. 1912. Managing Clerk with W. Henderson Cleland, of 
Coventry. Joined Aug. 10, 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 13th Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt. May 1915, attached to 
3rd Batt. March 1916 and to 15th Batt. Jan. 1917, promoted A/Capt. Once 



272 RECORD OF SERVICE 

mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France 1914 to 1917. Three times 
wounded. Killed in action May 9, 1917. 

ROLAND HOLLICK. 

Admitted Aug. 1906. Member of Roland HoUick & Co., of Coventry. 
Joined Dec. 20, 1915, as Gunner, Royal Horse Artillery. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
May 1916, promoted Lieut. Nov. 1916. Served in France and England. 

HAROLD FOSTER HOLLINRAKE. 

Articled to Sir William Cobbett, of Manchester. Joined June 19, 1915, 
as 2nd Lieut., 6th Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers. Resigned commission March 
1917, and immediately enlisted as Private, 5th Batt. Lincolnshire Regt., trans- 
ferred to 12th Batt. North Staffordshire Regt. and promoted to Sergeant. 
Served at Home, Gallipoli, Egypt, Sinai Peninsula 1915 to 1916 and in France 
1917 to 1918. Killed in action at Herinnes-lez-Pecq, Belgium, Nov. 8, 1918. 

ESMOND MAUDSLEY HOLLINS. 

Admitted Jan. 1908, practised at 3 Arundel Street, Strand, W.C. Served 
as 2nd Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps, promoted Lieut. July 1917. 

DENZIL HOLLIS. 

Admitted Oct. 1906. Managing Clerk with P. Ashcroft, of The Stag 
Brewery, Pimlico, S.W. Joined Nov. 8, 1916, as Private, Somerset Light 
Infantry. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery March 3, 1917, promoted 
Lieut. Sept. 1918. Served in France and Belgium. 

BERNARD HENRY HOLLOWAY. 

Articled to J. C. Barnard, of 47 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Commissioned 
Sept. 23, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Sussex Regt., promoted Lieut. Oct. 1914, 
Capt. Dec. 1914. Served in France. Killed in action near Loos Sept. 27, 
1915. 
LEONARD CLOUDESLEY HOLLOWAY. 

Admitted July 1909, Member of Templeton & Hollo way, of 9 King's 
Bench Walk, Temple. Joined Dec. 12, 1916, as Cadet, Garrison Officer Cadet 
Batt., Cambridge. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Worcestershire Regt. Feb. 11, 1917, 
promoted Lieut. April 1917, A/Capt. Nov. 1917, Capt. April 1918, A/Adjutant 
Sept. to Nov. 1917, Adjutant Nov. 1917 to July 1918. Served at Home. 

JAMES WILLIAM HOLLOWS. 

Articled to J. H. Chadwick, of Rochdale. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, 
20th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers 
May 20, 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1917. Served at Home Sept. 1914 to 
May 1916 and Oct. 1917 to Oct. 1918, and in France and Germany May 1916 
to Oct. 1917 and Oct. 1918 to Jan. 1919. Wounded Oct. 1917. 

ALEXANDER McARTHUR HOLMAN. 

Articled to F. A. Holman, of 1 Lloyd's Avenue, E.C. Joined Aug. 1914, 
as 2nd Lieut., 6th Dragoon Guards (Special Reserve), promoted Lieut. 1916. 
Served in France. Wounded Sept. 1916. 

ARTHUR LEWIS HOLMES. 

Admitted Jan. 1914, practising at Lymington, Hants. Served as 2nd 
Lieut., Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters). 



RECORD OF SERVICE 273 

CHARLES WALKER HOLMES. 

Admitted Dec. 1891. Member of Holmes, Son & Pott, of Capel House, 
New Broad Street, E.C. Joined Oct. 13, 1914, as Capt., Royal Field Artillery. 
Served at Home. 

CYRIL ERNEST JACKSON HOLMES. 

Articled to H. J. E. Holmes, of Burnley. Joined Nov. 22, 1915, as 2nd 
Lieut., 3/5 Batt. East Lancashire Regt., attached to 5tb Batt. King's Liverpool 
Regt. Sept. 1916. Killed in action June 24, 1917, and buried in the British 
Cemetery at Armentieres. 

ERIC RICHARD HANBY HOLMES. 

Practising at Barnard Castle. Mobilised as Capt., Durham Light Infantry, 
Served in France and the Balkans. 

FREDERICK HOLMES. 

Admitted Nov. 1905. Member of Dixon & Holmes, of Worthing. Joined Feb. 
11, 1915, as Staff Sergeant-Ma j or, Royal Army Service Corps. Served in France. 

LEONARD HOLMES. 

Admitted March 1885. Member of Brutton, Holmes & Johnson, of Hove. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Major, 6th (Cyclist) Batt. Royal Sussex Regt., subse- 
quently promoted Col. 

NEWBY HOLMES. 

Articled to L. R. Foster, of Sunderland. Served as Private, County Batt. 
Durham Light Infantry. 

THOMAS WILLIAM HOLMES. 

Articled to J. E. Wing, of Sheffield. Joined Sept. 10, 1914, as Private, 
12th Batt. York and Lancaster Regt., promoted Lance-Corporal Investigation 
Branch, Provost Branch, Military Foot Police July 1916. Served in Egypt Dec. 
1915 to March 1916, and in France and Germany April 1916 to July 1919. 

WILLIAM WAINMAN HOLMES. 

Admitted Nov. 1904, practising at Bradford, Yorks. Joined Dec. 17, 
1916, as Private, Army Pay Corps, subsequently attained the rank of A/Lance- 
Sergeant. Served at Home. 

JOHN CYRIL HOLMS. 

Articled to the Hon. Sir Charles Russell, Bart., of 37 Norfolk Street, W\C. 
Joined Aug, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 9th Batt. London Regt. Gazetted Capt. July 
1915. Served in France Jan. to Sept. 1915. Died of wounds Sept. 10, 1915. 

ALAN THOMAS SELBORNE HOLT. 

Articled to J. G. Mahaffy, of Manchester. Joined Sept. 28, 1914, as 
2nd Lieut., 17th Batt. Manchester Regt., promoted Lieut. Feb. 1917. Awarded 
M.C. Served in France. Wounded July 30 and Aug. 17, 1916. Wounded 
and taken prisoner while attacking Cherisy, near Arras, April 23, 1917. 

GUY MARRINER WHITTELL HOLT. 

Admitted Dec. 1909. Managing Clerk with Broughton, Holt & Middle- 
mist, of 12 Great Marlborough Street, W. Joined Oct. 11, 3 915, as 2nd Lieut., 
Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regt., promoted Lieut. (Staff) Royal Army 
Service Corps June 1916. Served at Home. 



274 RECORD OF SERVICE 

LANCELOT VERE HOLT. 

Admitted April 1917, practising at Carmarthen. Served as Lieut., Royal 
Field Artillery (Jersey Militia). 

OLIVER WILLIAM HOLT. 

Admitted Dec. 1913. Member of Lupton & Holt, of Manchester. Joined 
Feb, 13, 1916, as Gunner, 287th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. Served 
in France and Belgium. 

CHARLES FIFIELD HOLTOM. 

Articled to W. F. Holtom, of Stoke-on-Trent. Joined Aug. 27, 1914, as 
Private, North Staffordshire Regt., promoted Corporal Oct. 1914. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut, in same Regt. Feb. 9, 1915. Served at Home and in France. 
Wounded Oct. 13, 1915. Died from wounds Aug. 4, 1916. 

ARTHUR VALENTINE HOLYOAICE. 

Admitted Feb. 1914. Clerk with Scott & Holyoake, of Bromsgrove, 
Worcestershire. Joined Sept. 1, 1914, as Trooper, Queen's Own Worcester- 
shire Hussars. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same Regt. March 1915, promoted 
Lieut. July 1916, Capt. July 1917. Served in Eastern and Western Egypt. 
Captured by the Turks at Katia April 23, 1916. 

HERBERT JOHN HOOD. 

Admitted April 1892, practising at Plymouth. Served as Major, 5th Batt. 
Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. 

JOHN SEABORNE HOOK. 

Articled to C. A. G. Hayward, of Honiton, Devon. Joined Oct. 6, 1916, 
as Gunner, No. 7 Reserve Brigade Artillery (T.). Served at Home. 

NORMAN EDGAR HOOLEY. 

Articled to A. W. Dickins, of Nottingham. Joined 53rd (Young Soldiers) 
Batt. Leicestershire Regt. Nov. 8, 1918, transferred to 52nd Batt. April 1919. 
Served at Home and with Rhine Army. 

CHARLES VICTOR LISLE HOOMAN. 

Articled to W. K. Kitson, of Torquay. Served as Sub-Lieut., Royal 
Naval Reserve, on staff of Rear- Admiral Simpson. 

WILLIAM HENRY HOOPER. 

Admitted April 1913, practising at 8 Ely Place, E.C. Joined Aug. 16, 
1916, Royal Garrison Artillery. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 38th (Welsh) Divisional 
Train Royal Army Service Corps Oct. 1, 1917, promoted Capt. and Adjutant 
April 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home Aug. 1916 to 
Oct. 1917, and in France Oct. 1917 to June 1919. 

ROBERT FOWELL HOOPER-WATTS. 

Articled to James Morley, of 38 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W^.C. Served as 
Driver, Royal Naval Air Service. 

ISAAC DANIEL HOOSON. 

Admitted Dec. 1909. Member of Hooson & Hughes, of Wrexham. Joined 
May 3, 1917, as Aircraftsman, Royal Naval Air Service. Served at Home 
May 1917 to Feb. 1919. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 275 

WALTER HOOTON. 

Admitted April 1908, practising at Nottingham. Served as Gunner, 
Royal Horse Artillery. 

JOHN PERCIVAL HOPE. 

Admitted Nov. 1899, practised at Cardiff. Served as Capt., King's 
Liverpool Regt. 

ADRIAN EDMUND HOPKINS. 

Articled to C. E. Barry, of Bristol. Served as Lieut., 1st Midland Brigade 
Gloucester Royal Field Artillery. Awarded M.C. 

ARTHUR JOHN HOPKINS. 

Admitted Jan. 1904, practising at Chesterfield. Served as Capt., 6th 
Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters), subsequently promoted 
Major. 

HENRY HOPKINS. 

Articled to W. A. Pearson, of York. Served as 2nd Class Air Mechanic, 
Royal Flying Corps. 

CHARLES ALDEN HOPKINSON. 

Admitted Jan. 1901, practising at 25 Craven Street, W.C. Served as 
Leading Seaman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (Anti-Aircraft Corps). 

REGINALD HOPWOOD. 

Articled to G. H. Hindley, of Liverpool. Joined Sept. 20, 1914, as Private, 
4th Batt. Cheshire Regt. and attained the rank of Sergeant. Commissioned 
Temp. 2nd Lieut. Middlesex Regt. April 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1916, 
and transferred to The Rifle Brigade Sept. 1916, attached to the Royal Fusiliers 
Nov. 1918, and subsequently appointed Civil Staff Capt. on the Military 
Governor's Staff, occupied German Territories. Served at Home, France, 
Belgium, and Germany. Wounded at Vadencourt, Somme, March 22, 1918. 

EDWARD DASHPER HORLEY. 

Articled to Edward Horley, of Cardiff. Joined May 14, 1915, as 2nd 
Lieut., Royal Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. July 1916, and attached to 
Royal Garrison Artillery Oct. 1916. Served in France. Wounded at Arras 
April 8, 1917. 

ROBERT PHIPPS HORNBY. 

Admitted Sept. 1902, practised at 38 Old Jewry, E.C. Served as Lieut., 
6th Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers, promoted Capt. June 1916. Mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 

BENJAMIN WORTHY HORNE. 

Admitted July 1900. Member of Home & Birkett, of 4 Lincoln's Inn 
Fields, W.C. Mobihsed Aug. 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company, sub- 
sequently attained the rank of Sergeant. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to May 
1919. 

ARTHUR LEONARD HORNER. 

Admitted Aug. 1913, practising at 199 Piccadilly, W. Served with Royal 
Navy Armoured Cars. 



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FREDERICK JULIAN HORNER. 

Articled to George Sutton, of Coventry. Joined Nov. 27, 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., Royal Warwickshire Regt., promoted Lieut. 1915, Capt. 1918. Awarded 
the M.C. Served at Salonica, attached to 2nd Batt. Cheshire Regt. Died 
of wounds April 15, 1918. 

ERNEST JOHN HORNIBLOW. 

Articled to H. Jordan, of Reading. Joined Nov. 10, 1914, as Private, 
2/14 Batt. County of London Regt. (London Scottish). Served as Piper 
throughout service. Served in France, Salonica, Egypt, and Palestine. 

RONALD FORTESCUE HORNOR. 

Admitted June 1912. Member of Blyth & Hornor, of Norwich. Served 
as Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps. 

HAROLD GIBSON HORNSBY. 

Admitted June 1910. On the Staff of the Solicitor to H.M. Customs 
and Excise, Lower Thames Street, E.C. Joined Sept. 20, 1914, as Private, 
Bristol Batt. Gloucestershire Regt., transferred to 20th Hussars Jan. 1915. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 11th Batt. Yorkshire Regt. Easter 1915. Served in France 
from Oct. 1915. Killed in action at Fricourt July 1, 1916. 

HAROLD HORSEIVIAN. 

Admitted March 1915. Assistant Solicitor, Public Trustee Office. Joined 
April 6, 1916, as Private, 4/10 Batt. Middlesex Regt., promoted Sergeant, 
Officiating Indian Unattached List Nov. 1918. Served on Garrison Duty 
in India. 

EDWARD HORSFALL. 

Admitted May 1913, practising at Manchester. Joined Aug. 6, 1914, 
as 2nd Lieut., 8th (Ardwick) Batt. Manchester Regt. (T.F.), promoted Lieut. 
May 1915, Capt. June 1916, A/^Iajor March to April 1918, attached to 1/7 
Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers as A/Major Oct. 1918. Once mentioned in Dis- 
patches. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home Aug. to Sept. 1914, Cyprus 
Sept. 1914 to Jan. 1915, Egypt Jan. to April 1915, Gallipoli April 1915 to 
Jan. 1916, Sinai Jan. 1916 to Feb. 1917, France Feb. 1917 to Feb. 1919. 
Wounded at Gallipoli May 21, 1915, and Dec. 27, 1915. 

WILLIAM EWART HORSLEY. 

Articled to J. R. Farrar, of Halifax. Joined Nov. 20, 1915, as Private, 
Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Duke of Wellington's West Riding 
Regt. Nov. 23, 1916, promoted A/Capt. Aug. 1917. Served in France Jan. 
to Oct. 1917 and July 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

KENNETH CHARLES HORTON. 

Articled to Moody & Woolley, of Derby. Served as Sergeant, Public 
Schools Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 

WALTER HORTON. 

Admitted Dec. 1902, practised at Birmingham. Served as 2nd Lieut. 
6th Batt. South Staffordshire Regt., promoted Lieut. June 1916. 



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ARCHIBALD HARDING HOSEGOOD. 

Articled to Frank Risdon, of Williton, Somerset. Joined Dec. 1914, as 
Private, 24th Batt. Royal Fusiliers (2nd Sportsman's), transferred to O.T.C. 
April 1916. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 86th Machine Gun Corps Sept. 1916. Served 
at Home Dec. 1914 to Nov. 1915 and April to Nov. 1916, and in France Nov. 
1915 to March 1916 and Nov. 1916 to Nov. 1917, Killed in action at Cambrai 
Nov. 27, 1917. 

RALPH HOSEGOOD. 

Articled to F. J. Harris, of Bristol. Joined Sept. 5, 1914, as Private, 12th 
Batt. Gloucestershire Regt. (Bristol's Own). Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same 
Regt. March 29, 1915, and later became officer in 95th Trench Mortar Battery. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home Sept. 1914 to Nov. 1915, 
and in France Nov. 1915 to July 1916. Killed in action at Longueval July 23, 
1916. Buried in Dantzig Alley Cemetery at Mametz. 

JOHN FAYRER HOSKEN. 

Admitted April 1903. Member of Walbrook & Hosken, of 4 St. Paul's 
Churchyard, E.C. Joined Nov. 11, 1915, Railway Transport Establishment, 
as Lieut, (graded as Staff Lieut. 2nd Class), Railway Transport Officer (graded 
as Staff Lieut. 1st Class 1916, promoted Staff Capt. Dec. 1918. Served in 
France Dec. 1915 to Jan. 1919. 

SYDNEY LORY HOSKING. 

Admitted March 1904. Member of Hosking & Berkeley, of 35 Lincoln's 
Inn Fields, W.C. MobiUsed Aug. 1914, as Capt., 7th (City of London) Batt. 
London Regt. (T.), promoted Major 1915, Lieut. -Col. 1917. Twice mentioned 
in Dispatches. Served at Home 1914 to 1916 and 1918 and 1919, and in 
France 1917 and 1918. Gassed April 17, 1918. 

GEORGE FINCH HOTBLACK. 

Admitted May 1908. Member of Waltons & Co., of 101 Leadenhall 
Street, E.C. Served as Staff Lieut., XXII Corps Heavy Artillery. 

FRANK BOYD HOTCHEN. 

Articled to H. C. Lings, of Manchester. Joined Sept. 7, 1914, as Private, 
20th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. East Lancashire Regt. 
Jan. 25, 1917, promoted Lieut. July 1918, Capt. Nov. 1918, attached to Royal 
Engineers. Served in France Nov. 1915 to Aug. 1916 and March 1917 to 
July 1919. 

ARTHUR THEODORE HOUGHTON. 

Admitted Dec. 1904. Member of Houghton, Myres & Reveley, of Preston. 
Joined Aug. 5, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. Loyal North Lancashire Regt., 
promoted Lieut. Oct. 1915, Temp. Capt. Jan. 1916, Substantive Capt. June 
1916. Awarded the M.C. Served in France and Belgium 1915 to 1917. 
Wounded at Festubert June 14, 1915, and at Vancelette Farm Nov. 30, 1917. 

CECIL GILBERT HOUGHTON. 

Admitted June 1905. Member of Gilbert Houghton & Son, of 63 Finsbury 
Pavement, E.C. Joined Oct. 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C, and 



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attained the rank of Sergeant. Commissioned as 2nd Lieut, in same Regt, 
May 2, 1916, subsequently promoted Lieut, and A/Capt. Served at Home 
and in France. 

NOEL HOUGHTON. 

Admitted Feb. 1908. Member of Gilbert Houghton & Sons, of 63 Finsbury 
Pavement, E.C. Enlisted Aug. 1914, as Private, Lms of Court O.T.C. Com- 
missioned June 1915, Temp. Major Dec. 1915, A/Lieut. -Col. in command of 
16th Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters) 1917. Special 
mention in Dispatches. Served in France. Killed in action Sept. 13, 1917. 

ALEC GUY HOULDER. 

Admitted Feb. 1905, practising at 6 Lloyd's Avenue, E.C. Served as 
Major, 2nd (Reserve) City of London Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 

WILSON ALFRED LAWRENCE HOULDER. 

Admitted April 1912, practising at 27 Chancery Lane, W.C. Joined 
Jan. 17, 1916, as Driver, Royal Army Service Corps. Gazetted 2nd Lieut., 
in same Regt. Feb. 29, 1916, promoted Lieut. Aug. 1917, attached to North 
Stafford Regt. Jan. 1918. Served at Home Jan. to Sept. 1916 and Oct. 1917 
to March 1919, and in France Sept. 1916 to Oct. 1917. 

EDWARD BICKNELL HOULSTON. 

Admitted Dec. 1904. Managing Clerk with Parson, Lee & Co., of 24 Lime 
Street, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Sergeant, 16th Batt. County of London 
Regt. (Queen's Westminster Rifles), and attained the rank of Company-Sergeant- 
Major in May 1915. Gazetted Lieut. Royal Army Ordnance Department 
March 19, 1916, promoted A/Capt. May 1918. Served at Home Aug. to Oct. 
1914; and in France and Belgium Nov. 1914 to June 1919. 

CHARLES FREDERICK HOUSE. 

Articled to W. H. House, of Sevenoaks. Served as Private, Royal West 
Kent Regt. 

ALFRED CYRIL HOWARD. 

Admitted June 1914. Clerk with Harold Salt, of Bournemouth. Joined 
Sept. 28, 1914, as Private, 1/7 Batt. Hampshire Regt. Commissioned as 
2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. Hampshire Regt. Jan. 31, 1917, and subsequently pro- 
moted Lieut. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home, India and Egypt, France 
and Salonica. 

CHARLES MALCOLM HOWARD. 

Admitted Oct. 1912. Member of Charles Howard & Co., of Manchester. 
Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, The Rifle Brigade. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Machine 
Gun Corps Dec. 1914, promoted Lieut., Capt., and subsequently Major. 
Awarded the M.C. Served in France and Egypt. Gassed and wounded. 

HENRY WILFRID HOWARD SMITH HOWARD. 

Articled to J. B. Pearman, of 10 Norfolk Street, W.C. Joined May 13, 
1915, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Sussex 
Regt. Aug. 21, 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1917. Served in Egypt, Palestine 



RECORD OF SERVICE 279 

Jan. 1916 to June 1918, and in France June to Sept. 1918. Wounded at 
1st Battle of Gaza March 26, 1917. 

JULIAN ARTHUR HOWARD-WATSON. 

Admitted Nov. 1902, practising at Liverpool. Joined in 1915 as Driver, 
Royal Army Service Corps. Subsequently commissioned in same Regt., and 
attained the rank of Temp. Capt. and Courts-Martial Officer to Army of the 
Black Sea. 

BENJAMIN EDWARD HOWE. 

Admitted Nov. 1911. Of Port Talbot. Joined Dec. 31, 1915, as 2nd 
Lieut., 4th Batt. The Welch Regt. (T.), subsequently promoted Lieut. Served 
in Egypt and Palestine. 

PHILIP HOWE. 

Articled to Albert Howe, of Sheffield. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, 
12th Batt. York and Lancaster Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 10th Batt. West 
Yorkshire Regt. Nov. 2, 1914, promoted Lieut. May 1916, Capt. June 1917. 
Awarded the M.C. Served in France. Wounded Aug. 2, 1915, July 1, 1916, 
and May 2, 1918. 

OWEN BULMER HOWELL. 

Admitted Nov. 1906. Member of Neish, Howell & Haldane, of 47 Watling 
Street, E.C. Joined July 1916, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Flying Corps, acted as 
Pilot Instructor and as Temp. Flight Commander, transferred to Royal 
Naval Air Service as Sub-Lieut. June 1917, and to Royal Air Force as 
Lieut. April 1918. Served at Home, and on Anti-Submarine work in 
Home Waters. 

VERNON HOWELL. 

Articled to W. Howell, of Llanelly. Joined Nov. 30, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
15th Batt. The Welch Regt., promoted Lieut. July 1915, Capt. 1917. Served at 
Home 1| years, France 2 years, and in India July 1918 to Feb. 1919 with 
26th Punjabis, and Feb. to Dec. 1919 with 87th Punjabis in Mesopotamia. 
Wounded July 27, 1917. 

WILLIAM JENNINGS HOWEY. 

Admitted June 1917, practising at 3 Gray's Inn Square, W.C. Joined 
Royal Flying Corps Sept. 1916 as 2nd Class Air-Mechanic, appointed 1st 
Air-Mechanic June 1917, promoted Corporal June 1918. Served in France 
1916 to 1919. 

JOHN LESLIE DESPARD HOWITT. 

Articled to A. G. Hawkins, of Colchester. Served as 2nd Lieut., 10th 
Batt. Essex Regt., promoted Lieut. Feb. 1917. 

CHARLES WILFRED HOWLETT. 

Articled to F. R. Howlett, of Maidstone. Joined Sept. 1914 as Private, 
Public School Corps. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 9th Batt. King's Own Yorkshire 
Light Infantry 1915. Served in France Sept. 1915 to July 1916. Killed in 
action at Battle of the Somme July 1, 1916. 



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THOMAS FREDERICK HOWSE. 

Admitted Jan. 1902. Member of King, Hughes & Howse, of Maidstone. 
Joined July 5, 1918, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists 
Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal West Kent Regt. Feb. 3, 1919. Served 
at Home. 

THOMAS ASPDEN HOWSON. 

Admitted Feb. 1910. Of Blackburn, Lanes. Mobihsed Aug. 1914 as 
2nd Lieut., Royal Field Artillery (T.F.), promoted Lieut. Aug. 1914, Temp. 
Capt. April 1915, Capt. June 1916. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served 
at Home, and in France and Belgium. 

HARRY HOYLE. 

Articled to Alex Wright, of Bacup. Joined Royal Flying Corps July 27, 
1916, as a 2nd Air-Mechanic, promoted 1st Air-Mechanic Dec. 1917. Served 
in France Aug. 1916 to Jan. 1919. 

HENRY HOYI.E. 

Admitted Feb. 1901, practising at Bacup. Served as 2nd Air-Mechanic, 
No. 5 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps. 

JOHN CLEON HUBBARD. 

Admitted Dec. 1913. Member of Hopper & Hubbard, of Holsworthy, 
Devon. Joined July 16, 1915, as 2nd Class Air-Mechanic, Royal Flying Corps, 
appointed 1st Class Air-Mechanic Oct. 1915, promoted Sergeant Dec. 1915, 
Fhght Sergeant May 1916. Served at Home. 

LEONARD HUBBARD. 

Admitted Nov. 1901, practising at 59 Chancery Lane, W.C. Joined 
and commissioned Oct. 7, 1914, as Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps, pro- 
moted Capt. June 1917. Served- in France and Salonica. 

HAROLD ROBERT HUDLESTON. 

Admitted July 1908. Member of the Solicitor's Staff, London and North- 
western Railway Company, Euston Station, N.W. Joined April 22, 1915, 
as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, and attached to 14th 
Batt. Middlesex Regt. June 23, 1915. Served in France. Killed in action 
in Battle of Sonune, France, July 1, 1916. 

ALLAN HARRISON HLT)SON. 

Articled to Arthur Briggs, of Stockport. Served as 2nd Lieut., 9th Batt. 
Manchester Regt. Died June 14, 1915^ of wounds received in action at the 
Dardanelles. 

ERNEST WALTER HUDSON. 

Admitted Feb. 1902. Member of Watson, Burton & Corder, of Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne. Joined March 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 1/1 Northumbrian 
Brigade Royal Field Artillery (T.), promoted Lieut. Oct. 1915. Served in 
France and Flanders. 

FRANK HUDSON. 

Admitted Jan. 1907. Member of Roberts, Riley, Creeke, & Hudson, 
of Burnley and Manchester. Enlisted May 1916, as Private, Border Regt. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Border Regt. March 1917, transferred to the 12th Batt. 



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Manchester Regt. Nov. 1917. Served in France May 1917 to Oct. 1918. 
Killed in action at Neuvilly, France, Oct. 12, 1918. 

NORMAN HUDSON. 

Articled to T. G. Baynes, of Dartford, Kent. Joined Jan. 24, 1916, as 
Private, 23rd Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Served in France. Wounded and taken 
prisoner at Miraumont Feb. 17, 1917. Leg since amputated. 

NOEL HUGH-JONES. 

Articled to Llewellyn Hugh-Jones, of Wrexham. Mobilised Aug. 1914, 
as Lieut., 4th Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers (T.), crossed to France Nov. 
1914, severely wounded June 1915. Obtained Cadetship at Wellington College, 
Madras, 1916 ; torpedoed in Mediterranean, awarded Medal of Royal Humane 
Society for gallantry on that occasion. As Capt. 53rd Sikhs F.F. attached 
2/151 Indian Infantry F.F. Served in Palestine 1918. Awarded M.C. 

ALLAN GIBSON HUGHES. 

Admitted Aug. 1912. Member of H. W. Hughes & Son, of Shrewsbury. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 4th Batt. King's Shropshire Light Infantry, 
promoted Capt. 1916., A.D.C. to General F. Ventris 1915 to 1917, and additional 
duties of G.S.O. III. Served in the East, France, and Belgium. Wounded 
Dec. 30, 1917. 

DAVID WYNFORD HUGHES. 

Articled to Thomas Hughes, of Ebbw Vale. Joined Nov. 12, 1915, as 
Private, 3rd Batt. Monmouthshire Regt., promoted Lance-Corporal Feb. 1916. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Nov. 12, 1916, promoted Lieut. May 1918. Served at 
Home and in France. Wounded Jan. 1917. 

EDMUND JOHN HUGHES. 

Admitted Nov. 1906, practising at Aberdare. Joined Sept. 30, 1915, 
as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Discharged Inns of Court May 1916 medically 
unfit. Joined The Welch Regt., as Private, July 1917. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Labour Corps Feb. 22, 1918, promoted A/Lieut. April 1918. Served at Home 
as Commandant Prisoners of War Camp. 

EDWARD GEOBGE VICTOR HUGHES. 

Articled to T. F. Howse, of Maidstone. Joined Sept. 18, 1914, as Private, 
19th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. The Queen's Own Royal West 
Kent Regt. Jan. 9, 1915, promoted Lieut. June 1916, Capt. Nov. 1917. Twice 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded M.C. Served in France. 

ERIC YORATH HUGHES. 

Articled to Evan Davies, of Cardiff. Served as 2nd Lieut., 2nd Welsh 
Brigade Royal Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. June 1916. 

ERNEST CHARLES HUGHES. 

Admitted May 1914, of North-svich. Served with the 11th Batt. Cheshire 
Regt. 

GEOFFREY LEONARD HUGHES. 

Articled to R. H. Rotherham, of Coventry. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, 
3rd City of Birmingham Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt., transferred to 
Royal Sussex Regt. 1915, to 19th Batt. Royal Fusiliers 1915, to 24th Batt. 



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Royal Fusiliers 1916, attaining rank Lance-Sergeant. Served in France. 
Reported missing, believed killed, at Beaumont Hamel Nov. 13, 1916» 
since presumed to have been killed on that date. 

GEORGE EDWARD HUGHES. 

Admitted Oct. 1910, practising at Bournemouth prior to War. Joined 
Nov. 23, 1914, as 2nd Lieut,, East Surrey Regt. (T.F.), promoted Temp. Capt. 
Dec. 1915, seconded 70th Provisional Batt. (T.F.) 1915, to 17th Batt. Essex 
Regt. 1916, and to Inland Waterways and Docks, Royal Engineers, 1917. 
Served at Home. 

GEORGE OSWALD HUGHES. 

Admitted Dec. 1906. Member of Hooson & Hughes, of Wrexham. 
Joined May 29, 1915, as Private, 131st Field Ambulance, 38th (Welsh) Division, 
and subsequently promoted Sergeant. Served in France and Flanders Dec. 
1915 to Feb. 1919. 

HUGH BURGESS HUGHES. 

Admitted Nov. 1910. Managing Clerk with EHis, Peirs & Co., of 17 
Albemarle Street, W. Joined Nov. 4, 1915, as Cadet, London University 
O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery (Special Reserve) Jan. 14, 
1916, promoted A/Lieut. Nov. 1916, Substantive Lieut. (Special Reserve) 
July 1917. Served in France and Belgium June 1916 to April 1917. 

JOHN ARTHUR HUGHES. 

Admitted Feb. 1884, practising at Barry, near Cardiff. Served as Lieut. - 
Col., in Recruiting Staff, and County Director for Glamorgan V.A.D. Resigned 
commission on Recruiting Staff owing to close of Recruiting Office Jan. 1918. 
Awarded C.B.E. 

JOHN ARTHUR HUGHES. 

Admitted July 1909, practised at Conway. Served as 2nd Lieut., 4th 
(Denbighshire) Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers in France. Killed in action 
Jan. 27, 1915. 

JOHN HENRY GLYNNE HUGHES. 

Admitted Nov. 1898, practising at Ammanford. Served with Royal 
Air Force. 

LEWIS REGINALD HUGHES. 

Articled to A. J. Hughes, of Aberystwyth. Served in France as 2nd 
Lieut., 4th Batt. North Staffordshire Regt., attached to the 2nd Batt. Royal 
Scots Fusiliers. Died of wounds received in action on May 17, 1915. 

PERCY BARTLETT HUGHES. 

Admitted Nov. 1912. Member of Percy Hughes & Roberts, of Birken- 
head. Joined Oct. 1915, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Commissioned as 
2nd Lieut. Westmorland and Cumberland Yeomanry Nov. 1919, subsequently 
promoted Lieut. Served at Home 1915 to 1916, and afterwards in France. 

SAM HUGHES. 

Articled to Jagger & Clement Jones, of Wrexham. Enlisted, as Private, 
15th Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. The Welch Regt. 
Served in France. Killed in action at Ypres, Nov. 8, 1917. 



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THOMAS ARTHUR HUGHES. 

Admitted Dec. 1907, practising at Colwyn Bay, North Wales. Joined 
March 1, 1915, as Private, 17th Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers. Commissioned 
in same Regt. May 1, 1915, promoted Capt. April 1916. Served in France 
Aug. 1916 to March 1918. Wounded March 10, 1918. 

THOIMAS JOHN HUGHES. 

Articled to F. M. Radcliffe, of Liverpool. Joined Sept. 22, 1915, as 
Voluntary Ambulance Driver, British Red Cross Society. Awarded Croce 
di Guerra (Italian Military Cross). Served in France Sept. to Oct. 1915, and in 
Italy Oct. 1915 to March 1919. 

WILLIAM HUGHES. 

Admitted Jan. 1902. Member of Hogan & Hughes, of 7 Arthur Street, 
E.C. Joined in 1915, as a Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists 
Rifles), Went to France in the spring of 1916, and received a commission as 2nd 
Lieut. Bedfordshire Regt. Awarded the M.C. Dangerously wounded near 
Ovillers July 3, 1918. Died from wounds Sept. 14, 1918. 

WILLIAM EDWIN HUGHES-NARBOROUGH. 

Admitted Oct. 1906. Member of Hughes-Narborough «fe Thomas, of 
" Effingham House," Arundel Street, Strand, W.C. Joined in 1917, as 1st 
Air Mechanic, Royal Naval Air Service, subsequently promoted Aero Engine 
Instructor (Staff) Aero Engine School. Served at Home. 

CHARLES KENELM HULBERT. 

Admitted Jan. 1902. Member of Pye-Smith & Hulbert, of Salisbury. 
Joined April 8, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., promoted Lieut. 85th Provisional Batt. 
(T.) June 1915, A/Capt. 7th Batt. Wiltshire Regt. Oct. 1916, Temp. Capt 
March 1917, Temp. Major Sept. 1917. Awarded the M.C. and Bar. Served at 
Home and in Egypt, Salonica, and France. 

ERNEST GRAHAM JOHNSTON HUMBERT. 

Admitted Jan. 1913. Managing Clerk A\'ith R. S. Taylor, Son & Humbert, 
of 4 Field Court, Gray's Inn, W.C. Joined Aug. 4, 1914, as Private, Inns of 
Court O.T.C. Granted commission Oct. 1914, posted to 9th Batt. Royal 
Berkshire Regt. Oct. 1914, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1915, attached 2nd Batt. 
Hampshire Regt. May 1915. Served at Gallipoli. Died of wounds June 8, 1915. 

OWEN JOHNSTON HmiBERT. 

Admitted Dec. 1910. Member of R. S. Taylor, Son & Humbert, of 4 
Field Court, Gray's Inn, W.C. Joined June 1, 1916, as Private, Royal Army 
Service Corps. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps July 10, 
1916, attached 142nd Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery, attached 4th 
Siege Battery Feb. 1917, attached XVIII. Corps Headquarters Aug. 1917, 
posted to 33rd Auxiliary Petrol Company Sept. 1917; promoted Lieut. Jan. 
1918, Adjutant 5th Army Troops Mechanical Transport Company March 
1918. Served in France 1916 to 1919. 

CYRIL MITFORD HmiBLE-CROFTS. 

Admitted Feb. 1905. Solicitor to The National Cash Register Company, 
Tottenham Court Road, W.C. Jomed Sept. 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery 



284 RECORD OF SERVICE 

Company. Gazetted as 2nd Lieut. Hon. Artillery Company Dec. 1914, Capt. 
13th Batt. Royal Sussex Regt, Feb. 1915. Served in France March to June 
1916. Killed in action at Richebourg I'Avoue, France, June 30, 1916. 

BRUCE HUMFREY. 

Articled to II. Scott Tucker, of 2 Laurence Pountney Hill, E.C. Joined 
in Oct. 1914, as Private, 2nd (Public Schools) Batt. Royal Fusiliers, subse- 
quently gazetted Lieut. 1st Garrison Batt. Manchester Regt. Served in 
India. 

WILLIAM MURRAY HUMPHREY. 

Admitted Nov. 1901, practising at Sunderland. Joined Dec. 3, 1915, 
as Private, Seaforth Highlanders, promoted Lance-Corporal Jan. 1917, Corporal 
Sept. 1917, Sergeant 43rd Royal Fusiliers June 1918, Company-Quartermaster- 
Sergeant Dec. 1918. Awarded the M.S.M. Served in France. 

DUDLEY FRANCIS HIBIPHREYS. 

Articled to R. H. Humphreys, of Giltspur Chambers, Holborn Viaduct, 
E.C. Joined Aug. 3, 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. 
(Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 2nd Batt. Queen's Royal West Surrey 
Regt. Dec. 15, 1914. Served at Home and in France. Killed at Festubert 
May 16, 1915. 

GWILYM VAUGHAN HUMPHREYS. 

Articled to Robert Davies, of Denbigh. Joined Jan. 10, 1917, as Private, 
Royal Welch Fusiliers, afterwards transferred to King's Liverpool Regt. 
Labour Batt. Served at Home. 

REGINALD PERCY HUMPHREYS. 

Articled to J. W. Alsop, of Liverpool. Served as 2nd Lieut., 7th Batt. 
King's Liverpool Regt. (T.) 

GERALD NORMAN HUNNYBUN. 

Admitted Aug. 1911. Of Huntingdon. Joined Sept. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
9th Batt. Yorkshire Regt., and subsequently promoted Adjutant, Lieut., 
and Major. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served 
in France and Italy. Killed Oct. 23, 1918. 

KENNETH HUNNYBUN. 

Admitted March 1911. Member of Hunnybun & Sons, of Huntingdon. 
Served as Capt., Huntingdonshire Cyclist Batt. (T.), promoted Major June 
1916. Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. 

IVLVRTIN GERALD WOODLEY HUNNYBUN. 

Admitted April 1904. Member of Hunnybun & Sons, of Huntingdon. 
Served as Lance-Corporal, Huntingdonshire Cyclist Batt. (T.). Gazetted 
Lieut. 9th Batt. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders July 1917. 

CHARLES ANTHONY HUNT. 

Admitted May 1902. Chief Assistant Solicitor, Metropolitan Water 
Board, 2 South Place, E.C. Joined June 14, 1917, as Private, Inns of Court 
O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Labour Corps Dec. 16, 1917. Served in France 
and at Home. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 285 

EDGAR WALLER HUNT. 

Admitted Dec. 1912. Member of Dixon & Hunt, of 4 Venilam Buildings, 
Gray's Inn, W.C. Joined Feb. 1916, as Private, Hertfordshire Yeomanry. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Westminster Dragoons (attached Queen's Own Oxfordshire 
Hussars). Wounded in France Sept. 3, 1918. 

HARRY HUNT. 

Admitted June 1905, practising at Woking. Joined May 16, 1916, as Staff- 
Sergeant, Royal Army Service Corps Forage Department. Served at Home. 

JACK HUNT. 

Admitted Oct. 1912, practising at Peterborough. Joined Jan. 1, 1917, as 
Private, 5th T.R.B. (Infantry), promoted Lance-Corporal 2/6 West Yorkshire 
Regt. (T.) April 1917. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. Lincolnshire Regt. (T). 
Jan. 3, 1918. Served at Home Jan. to April 1917 and July 1917 to March 1919, 
and in France April to July 1917. 

JOSEPH HUNT. 

Admitted Jan. 1904. Member of Fowle & Hunt, of Northallerton. Joined 
Nov. 4, 1914, as 2nd Lieut. 2/4 Batt. Loyal North Lancashire Regt., subse- 
quently promoted Lieut, and Capt. Served at Home and in France. 

ROBERT LANCELOT GIBBS HUNT. 

Articled to John Hunt, of Banbury. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 6th Batt. Oxford 
and Bucks Light Infantry Sept. 12, 1914, promoted Lieut. Feb. 1915, Capt. 
Aug. 1916. Served in France. Woimded at Ypres April 1916. Killed at 
Gueudecourt Oct. 7, 1916. 

WALTER JOHN HUNT. 

Admitted April 1898, practising at Pershore, Worcestershire. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Capt., 8th Batt. Worcestershire Regt., promoted Major Jime 1916. 
Served at Home and in France. 

GERALD WILLIAM HUNTBACH. 

Admitted April 1914. Member of W. M. Huntbach, of Hanley. Mobi- 
lised Aug, 1914, as Lieut., 4th Batt. King's Shropshire Light Infantry (T.F.), 
promoted Capt. Oct. 1914, transferred to Machine Gun Corps (Motors) Aug. 
1915, to Tank Corps Dec. 1916, promoted to Temp. Major Jan. 1917. Served 
at Home Aug. 1914 to Feb. 1916, and in France Feb. to Oct. 1916 and Aug. 1917 
to April 1919. Wounded at Cambrai Nov. 20, 1917. 

WILLIAM HUNTBACH. 

Admitted Feb. 1886, practising at Hanley. Served as Major, 4th Batt. 
King's Shropshire Light Infantry. 

ARTHUR JOHN HUNTER. 

Articled to E. L. Chapman, of 44 Bloomsbury Square, W.C. Served as 
Lance-Corporal, 14th Batt. County of London Regt. (London Scottish). 

RICHi^RD JOCELYN HL^'TER. 

Admitted Nov. 1912. Member of Hunter & Haynes, of 5 New Square, Lin- 
coln's Inn, W.C. Served as Capt., London Regt. Wounded Aug. 24, 1918. 
Died before reaching Clearing Station. 



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WILLIAM STUART HUNTER. 

Admitted May 1913. Managing Clerk with H. T. Kearsey, of Grimsby. 
Joined Dec. 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 8th Batt. Lincolnshire Regt. Killed in action 
July 31, 1919. 

WENSLEY BARCLAY HUNTON. 

Admitted Dec. 1894. Member of W. B. & C. Hunton, of Richmond, Yorks. 
Rejoined Aug. 31, 1914, with rank of Capt. the Special Reserve of the A.P.W.O. 
Yorkshire Regt., Temp. Major March to Oct. 1915, promoted Substantive 
Major June 1918. Served at Home, Flanders, and Bermuda. 

WILLIAM HUNTRISS. 

Admitted April 1911. Member of Huntriss & Huntriss, of Halifax. 
Joined Sept. 1914 Public Schools and University Corps. Gazetted Lieut. 3rd 
Batt. Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regt., afterwards attached to Gold 
Coast Regt. Served in France and East Africa. Wounded in France. Died 
at Coomassie of pneumonia Oct. 23, 1916. 

HUGH SWANN HURRELL. 

Articled to H. F. J. Banham, of Royston, Herts. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
Kent Cyclist Batt. 

JOHN NORMAN HURRELL. 

Admitted Oct. 1908, practising at Kingsbridge, Devon. Joined Sept. 18, 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., 1/7 (C.) Batt. Devon Regt., promoted Lieut. June 1916, 
attached 2/8 Batt. Worcestershire Regt. May 1916, attached 61st Medium 
Trench Mortars Aug. 1916, and subsequently posted to Y Battery 61st Medium 
Trench IMortars. Served at Home and in France. Taken prisoner at St. 
Quentin March 21, 1918. 

NORMAN CECIL HURST. 

Articled to F. H. Stapley, of Eastbourne. Joined Aug. 28, 1915, as 2nd 
Lieut., Sussex Royal Garrison Artillery and attached to 164th Siege Battery, 
promoted to Lieut. June 1916, A /Major June 1917, promoted A /Capt. and 
2nd in command of 323rd Siege Battery April 1918, appointed A/Major of 
323rd Siege Battery May 4 to 11, 1918, remained A/Capt. May 1918 to 
April 1919. Served at Home Aug. 1915 to Sept. 1916, and in France 
Sept. 1916 to April 1919. 

CHARLES JOHN HUSKINSON. 

Admitted Aug. 1888. Member of Larken & Co., of Lincoln and Newark. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914 as Col. in command of 8th Batt. Sherwood Foresters and 
went to France as Lieut. -Col. in 1914, promoted Colonel in 1918. Twice men- 
tioned in Dispatches. Awarded O.B.E. (Military). Served in France. 

WILLIAM GORDON HUTCHENCE. 

Admitted Nov. 1909, practised at Saltburn-by-the-Sea. Served as Capt., 
18th (Service) Batt. Durham Light Infantry, promoted Major Jan. 1917. 

ANTHONY CHRISTOPHER CAMPBELL HUTCHINSON. 

Admitted Dec. 1908, practised at 18 Austin Friars, E.C. Joined Sept. 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. Royal Fusiliers, promoted Lieut. 1915, Capt. 
1916 when he transferred to the Regular Army, A/Major Oct. 1916. Served 



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in the Serbian retreat and in Salonica and was given command of a Machine 
Gun Company. Joined tlie Egyptian Expeditionary Force Sept. 1917, and 
served in Palestine. Contracted influenza which developed into double 
pneumonia. Died Nov. 18, 1918. 

ARTHUR ST. CLARE HUTCHINSON. 

Admitted July 1909. Of Croydon. Served as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. South 
Wales Borderers. 

EDGAR FRANCIS HUTCHINSON. 

Admitted March 1914. Member of M. W. and E. F. Hutchinson, of 
Middlesbrough. Joined Nov. 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Com- 
missioned as 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. Yorkshire Regt. (T.) March 1915. Served 
in France. Killed in action at Ypres May 24, 1915. 

HANLEY HUTCHINSON. 

Admitted Oct. 1913, practised at Ripon. Joined Sept. 1914, as Lieut., 
5th Batt. West Yorkshire Regt., subsequently appointed Machine Gun Officer 
to Brigade. Served in France. Wounded Aug. 31, 1917, died Sept. 1, 1917. 

MILES WILLIAM HUTCHINSON. 

Admitted Feb. 1903. Member of M. W. and E. F. Hutchinson, of Middles- 
brough. Joined May 4, 1917, as Private, 83rd Training Reserve Batt. York- 
shire Regt., transferred to 3rd Batt. Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regt. 
July 1917, and to 19th Officers Cadet Batt. Nov. 1917. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
2nd Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters) May 1918. Served 
at Home and in France. 

NOEL WILFRID HUTCHINSON. 

Admitted April 1914. Managing Clerk with Crossman, Prichard & 
Co., of 16 Theobald's Road, Gray's Inn, W.C. Joined Sept. 4, 1914, as Private, 
28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Commissioned 2nd Lieut. 
Royal Militia, Isle of Jersey, Feb. 9, 1915, seconded to Royal Army Service 
Corps (M.T.) Dec. 1915, promoted Temp. Lieut. June 1916, appointed 
Adjutant Royal Army Service Corps, London District, with acting rank of 
Capt. Aug. 1918. Served at Home and in Jersey. 

ALFRED HUTLEY. 

Admitted April 1899, practising at Leeds. Served with the Legion of 
Frontiersmen (Leeds District). 

ARTHUR MILES HUTTON. 

Admitted March 1909. Managing Clerk with Whites & Co., of 28 Budge 
Row, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London 
Regt. (Artists Rifles), promoted Lance-Corporal Feb. 1915. Commissioned 2nd 
Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps Aug. 15, 1915, promoted Lieut. June 1916, 
appointed A/Capt. Oct. 1918. Served at Home till Sept. 1915, Dardanelles 
Oct. 1915 to Feb. 1916, Egypt Feb. 1916 to Feb. 1918 and April to Aug. 1919, 
Palestine Feb. 1918 to April 1919. 

HAROLD EDWARD HYDE. 

Articled to C. J. Bayspool Porter, of 2 Wardrobe Place, Doctors' Commons, 
E.C. Joined Aug. 1915, as Private, 1/4 Batt. London Regt. (Royal Fusiliers), 



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and subsequently promoted Lance-Corporal. Awarded the M.M. Served at 
Home, Malta, Cairo, Dardanelles, and France. Killed in action Sept. 9, 1916. 
JOHN BEAN HYDE. 

Admitted May 1911. Member of Watson, Atkinson & Hyde, of Liverpool. 
Served as Private, Royal Army Service Corps. 



LEONARD PERCY I'ANSON. 

Admitted Feb. 1901, practised at Middlesbrough. Mobilised Aug. 1914, 
as Lieut., 4th Batt. (T.) Yorkshire Regt. ("Green Howards"). Served in 
France. Killed at the Battle of St. Julien, near Ypres, Apri 27, 1915, within 
a few days of landing. 

JOHN HUGH WILLIAMS IDRIS. 

Admitted Feb. 1914. Managing Clerk with R. E. H. Fisher, of 21 Old 
Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Joined Oct. 1914, as Private, Inns of Court 
O.T.C., subsequently promoted Corporal. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 19th Batt. 
London Regt. May 28, 1915, promoted A/Lieut. Aug. 1915 and A/Capt. 1916, 
transferred to 6th Batt. London Regt. as Lieut. June 1917, and promoted 
A/Capt. 1918. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home, France and Belgium, 
and Germany. 

FREDERICK JOHN ILES. 

Admitted March 1898, practised at Bristol. Served as Private, Bristol 
Batt. Gloucestershire Regt. 

GEOFFREY INCE. 

Articled to J. Donaldson Harward, of Stourbridge. Joined June 28, 
1917, as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery and posted to 6th Siege Battery, 
promoted Bombardier Oct. 1917. Served in France Jan. 1918, in Italy Feb. 
to Nov. 1918. 

JOHN OSCAR INCE. 

Admitted July 1899. Member of Ince, Colt, Ince & Roscoe, of St. Benet 
Chambers, Fenchurch Street, E.C. Served as Able Seaman, Royal Naval 
Volunteer Reserve (Anti-Aircraft Corps). 

ALFRED EDWARD INDERWICK. 

Admitted May 1911. Of 31 Budge Row, Cannon Street, E.C. Served 
as Private, 695th Coy. (M.T.) Royal Army Service Corps. 

DONALD GORDON INESON. 

Admitted Dec. 1914. Managing Clerk with Scholefield, Taylor & Maggs, 
of Batley, Yorks. Joined Nov. 1915, as Cadet, Leeds University O.T.C. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. York and Lancaster Regt. Jan. 29, 1916. Served 
in France. Discharged May 31, 1917, on account of gas poisoning. 

CHARLES WILLIAJVI INGHAM. 

Admitted Oct. 1914. Managing Clerk with Thomas Hidderley, of Stock- 
port. Joined 1916 Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (Wireless Section), sub- 
sequently Petty Ofiieer Telegraphist. Served in English Channel and around 
Scottish Coast. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 289 

PERCIVAL ARTHUR INGHAM. 

Articled to N. L. Fleming, of Bradford. Joined Dec. 27, 1916, as Private, 
6th Batt. Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regt., remained on Staff work 
at Recruiting Office the whole time. 

JOHN EDWARD INGHAM. 

Admitted March 1907. Of Halifax. Served as Gunner, Royal Field 
Artillery. 

REGINALD THOMAS INGHAM. 

Admitted Jan. 1916, practising at Clitheroe. Joined Nov. 1917, as Gunner, 
Royal Garrison Artillery. Served at Home and in France. 

WILLIAM HENRY INGHAM. 

Admitted Aug. 1905, practising at Halifax. Joined Aug. 2, 1916, as 
Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison 
Artillery Aug. 4, 1918. Served at Home. 

NORMAN MURRAY INGLEDEW. 

Admitted Feb. 1903. Member of Ingledew & Sons, of Cardiff. Joined 
Oct. 27, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 7th (Cyclist) Batt. The Welch Regt. (T.), promoted 
Lieut. March 1915, A/Capt. July 1915, Temp. Capt. 15th (Pioneer) Batt. 
Loyal North Lancashire Regt. July 1918. Served at Home and in France. 
CECIL GEORGE INGLIS. 

Articled to W. G. Thomas, of Ellesmere. Joined Sept. 1, 1914, as Private, 
1st Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. June 2, 1916. Served 
in France. Invalided out March 4, 1918. 

STANLEY INGLIS. 

Admitted Oct. 1913, practised at Stockton-on-Tees. Joined May 1916, 
as Private, Cameron Highlanders. Served in France and Flanders. Killed 
in action near Kemmel April 25, 1918. 

FREDERICK JOHN MILLAR INGOLDBY. 

Admitted Aug. 1909. Member of Wilson, Bell, Ingoldby & Son, of Louth. 
MobiHsed Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 5th (T.) Batt. Lincolnshire Regt., promoted 
Capt. Oct. 1914, Major Dec. 1917. Served in England Aug. 1914 to Feb. 1915 
and July 1915 to Jan. 1919, France and Belgium Feb. to July 1915. Wounded 
at Zillibeke July 14, 1915. 

HUMPHREY INGOLDBY. 

Articled to F. J. Ingoldby, of Louth. Served as 2nd Lieut., 1st Batt. 
Lincolnshire Regt,, promoted Lieut. April 1916. Mentioned in Dispatches. 
ARTHUR IRVINE INGRAM. 

Admitted Feb. 1912. Member of Thring, Sheldon & Ingram, of Bath. 
Joined Oct. 31, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 2/4 Batt. Somerset Light Infantry, 
A/Capt. 1916 to 1918, Adjutant 1915 to 1918, Temp. Major April 1918, 
promoted Capt. July 1918. Served in India, Burma, Palestine, Egypt, and 
Sudan. 
JOHN HAMPDEN INSKIP. 

Admitted Sept. 1905. Member of James Inskip & Son, of Bristol. Served 
in Royal Flying Corps. 



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LESLIE INSKIPP. 

Articled to F. W. Morgan, of Hastings. Joined Oct. 1914, as Private, 
Hon. Artillery Company. Killed in action in France March 12, 1915. 

FREDERICK MITCHELL IREDALE. 

Admitted Dec. 1898. Member of Cohen & Cohen, of 2 Finsbury Circus, 
E.C. Served as Capt., Royal Air Force. 

WILLIAM MORLEY IRONS. 

Articled to William Irons, J.P., of Sheffield. Joined April 14, 1916, 
Sheffield University O.T.C. Granted a commission as Lieut. 3rd Batt. York 
and Lancaster Regt. Sept. 24, 1917, and at once sent out to France. Killed 
in action at Neuve Eglise April 13, 1918. 

PAGET GEORGE IRVINE. 

Admitted Nov. 1901, practised at Bristol. Joined Sept. 18, 1914, as 
Lieut., 1/6 Batt. Gloucestershire Regt., promoted Capt. Aug. 1915. Served 
in France March to Nov. 1915. Killed in action at Hebuterne, France, 
Nov. 30, 1915. 

SAMUEL IRWIN. 

Articled to E. C. Pearson, of Manchester. Joined Sept. 8, 1914, as Private, 
20th Batt. Royal Fusihers (U.P.S.) Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Manchester Regt. 
about March 1919. Served in France Nov. 1915 to June 1918. 

EDWARD SWINTON WODEHOUSE ISAAC. 

Admitted May 1897. Member of C, O. Humphreys & Son, of 4 and 5 
Warwick Court, Gray's Inn, W.C. Joined Sept. 28, 1914, as Private, Essex 
Yeomanry. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps Sept. 2, 1915, 
promoted Lieut. May 1917. Served in France Dec. 1914 to April 1919. 

GEORGE GOWER ISAAC. 

Admitted Jan. 1899. Member of Hartland, Isaac, Watkins & Lewis, of 
Swansea. Served as Major, South Wales Royal Army Service Corps (T.) 
Died of pneumonia Aug. 1, 1916. 

CYRIL BICKFORD ISARD. 

Articled to his father A. J. Isard, of 41 Moorgate Street, E.C. Served as 
Capt., 10th Batt. London Regt. Killed in action. 

JAMES ISHERWOOD. 

Admitted July 1884, practising at Heywood, and Bury. Served as 
Lieut. -Col. 5th Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers. Mentioned in Dispatches and 
awarded C.B. 

JOHN ISMAY. 

Admitted June 1907, practised at Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Served as 
Private, 21st Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 

ALFRED HUBERT IVENS. 

Admitted Jan. 1899, practising at Yarmouth, Isle of Wight Joined in 
Melbourne in 1914, as Private, 3rd Brigade Australian Army Service Corps, 
and subsequently promoted Corporal. Served at Home, Gallipoli, Egypt, 
France, and Belgium. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 291 

FRANCIS BURDETT IVENS. 

Admitted April 1905. Formerly of 34 and 35 High Holborn, and for some 
years at Iposi, Fed. Malay States. Joined in 1916, as Private, 28th Batt. County 
of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 1st Lieut. Scots Guards. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home, France, etc., and in West Africa. 

KENNETH HILL IVES. 

Admitted June 1914. Of Leeds. Joined Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 8th 
Batt. Prince of Wales' West Yorkshire Regt. Died of pneumonia at York 
Military Hospital Dec. 9, 1914. 

JAMES ALBERT IVESON. 

Articled to Harry Wray, of Hull. Joined July 26, 1915, as Private, 
Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery (T.) 
Nov. 1915, Lieut. June 1916, A/Capt. June 1918. Awarded the M.C. Served 
in France and Belgium March 1916 to Nov. 1918. Wounded Nov. 2, 1917. 



HAROLD JACKS. 

Admitted Oct. 1913, practised at South Shields, and Jarrow. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914 with the 7th Batt. Durham Light Infantry. Went to France April 
1915 and wounded at 2nd Battle of Ypres. Received appointment on General 
Staff of Northern Command, York, and afterwards Staff Capt. to 208th (Reserve) 
Infantry Brigade, Doncaster, subsequently appointed to 4th Nigeria Regt. and 
on the Staff of the West African Frontier Force. Died at Lagos, Nigeria, 
Jan. 27, 1919. 

ALBERT JACKSON. 

Admitted March 1912. Member of J. T. Jackson & Co., of Oldham, 
Served as 2nd Lieut., Garr. Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers. 

ARTHUR HARDING JACKSON. 

Admitted Nov. 1908. Member of Jackson & Jackson, of Sheffield. Served 
as 2nd Lieut., York and Lancashire Regt. 

BASIL JACKSON. 

Admitted July 1905. Member of Jackson s & Monk, of Middlesbrough. 
MobiUsed Aug. 1914, as Capt., 4th Batt. A.P.W.O. Yorkshire Regt. (T.), pro- 
moted Major April 1915, Staff Capt. Aug. 1914 to Aug. 1916, Brigade Major 
142nd Infantry Brigade Aug. 1916 to Jan. 1917, attached British Mission to 
Portuguese Expeditionary Force Jan. to Dec. 1917, G.S.O. VII. Corps Dec. 1917 
to Nov. 1918. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O., T.D., 
and Ancient Order of Aviz of Portugal. Served in France and at Home. 
Wounded April 22, 1915. 

CHARLES JAIVIES JACKSON. 

Admitted April 1884, practising at Norwich. Served as Capt., 10th Batt. 
Norfolk Regt. 

EVELYN WILLAN JACKSON. 

Admitted Oct. 1905. Managing Clerk with Sharman, Jackson & Archer, 
of Wellingborough. Joined Sept. 29, 1914, as Lieut., T.F. Reserve (General 



292 RECORD OF SERVICE 

List), commission cancelled 1916 owing to medical unfitness. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 152nd Labour Company Aug. 1917, promoted Lieut. Feb. 1919 Served 
in Belgium and France Oct. 1917 to Dec. 1918, and at Home. 

FRANCIS JAMES GIDLOW JACKSON. 

Admitted Nov. 1912. Member of Denham & Jackson, of Manchester. 
Mobilised August 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 2nd East Lancashire Brigade Royal 
Field Artillery (T.), promoted Temp. Lieut. Nov. 1914, Substantive Lieut. 
June 1916, Capt. March 1918. Awarded the M.C. Served in Egypt 1914, 
Gallipoli 1915, Sinai 1916, France and Belgium 1917 to 1919. 

FRANCIS LEONARD HUNTER JACKSON. 

Admitted Aug. 1913, practised at Ilkeston. Joined March 1915 as Seaman,^ 
Public Schools Batt. Royal Naval Division. Promoted Sub-Lieut. Royal Naval 
Volunteer Reserve June 1915 (Howe Batt. Royal Naval Division), promoted 
Lieut. June 1917. Served at Gallipoli Aug. 1915 until Evacuation, France 
May 1916 to Oct. 1917. Killed in action at Passchendaele Oct. 26, 1917. 

FREDERICK GEORGE JACKSON. 

Admitted Jan. 1898, practising at Leeds. Joined July 24, 1917, as Private,. 
105th (Service) Coy. Royal Army Ordnance Corps. Served at Home. 

HAROLD HEYWOOD JACKSON. 

Admitted July 1909, practising at Wigan, Lancashire. Joined Feb. 1915,^ 
as Cadet, Manchester University O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 9th Batt. King's 
Liverpool Regt. (T.) Dec. 1915, promoted Temp. Capt. March 1916. Served 
in France. Wounded July 31, 1917. 

HAROLD WARTERS JACKSON. 

Admitted Dec. 1904. Member of Jackson & Jackson, of Sheffield. Served 
as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. 

HERBERT EDMUND JACKSON. 

Articled to W. N. Jackson, of Salisbury. Joined Sept. 4, 1914, as Private,. 
1/4 Batt. Wiltshire Regt. Obtained commission in same Regt. June 1917. 
Served in India, Egypt, Palestine, Sudan. Wounded at 3rd Battle of Gaza 
Nov. 17, 1917. 

HOWARD MURRAY JACKSON. 

Articled to A. O. Warren, of 4 Great James Street, W.C. Served as Trooper,. 
Royal Bucks Hussars. 

IVOR JACKSON. 

Admitted Nov. 1910. Member of A. M. Jackson & Co., of Hull. Joined 
Aug. 29, 1914, as Lieut., 10th (Service) Batt. East Yorkshire Regt., promoted 
Capt. Dec. 1914, Adjutant Nov. 1914 to Sept. 1917, Courts-Martial Officer 
Canadian Corps Aug. to Sept. 1917, transferred to General List on appointment 
as Staff Captain Sept. 1917, Staff Capt. 137th Infantry Brigade, 46th (North 
Midland) Division (T.), Sept. 1917 to Oct. 1918. Awarded the M.C. Served 
at Home Aug. 1914 to Nov. 1915 and from Dec. 1918, Egypt Dec. 1915 to March 
1916, and France March 1916 to Dec. 1918. Wounded June 21 1918, and Oct. 2,. 
1918. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 293 

JOHN GEORGE JACKSON. 

Admitted Feb. 1913, practising at Plymouth. Joined July 1915 Inns of 
Court O.T.C., commissioned July 3, 1916, The Welch Regt. (T.)', attached 2nd 
Batt. Manchester Regt., subsequently promoted Capt. Wounded on Western 
Front Dec. 1, 1916. 

THOMAS JACKSON. 

Articled to Reuben Cohen, of Stockton-on-Tees. Served as Private, 
Royal Army Medical Corps (T.). 

VINCENT HARRY ORWELL JACKSON. 

Articled to Frank Collis, of Stoke-on-Trent. Served as Private, 2nd Batt. 
North Staffordshire Regt. Subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same Regt. 

WILLIMI JACKSON. 

Admitted Nov. 1895. Member of Oliver Jones, Billson & Co., of Liverpool. 
Joined Oct. 1914, as Private, Royal Fusiliers (Sportsman's Batt.), transferred 
to Inns of Court O.T.C. Dec. 1914. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 6th Batt. Notts and 
Derby Regt. March 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1917. Served at Home Oct. 
1914 to July 1917, and in France July 1917 to Dec. 1918. 

JOHN REGINALD JACOB. 

Admitted Dec. 1896, practising at Abergavenny. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 
Capt., 3rd Batt. Monmouthshire Regt., promoted Major Nov. 1915. Served at 
Home. 

WILLIAM GEORGE JACOBSON. 

Admitted April 1912. Managing Clerk with Messrs. Browne, Son & 
Williams, of Nottingham. Joined Dec. 14, 1915, as Gunner, Royal Garrison 
Artillery, promoted Bombardier March 1916, Sergeant Nov. 1916. Served 
at Home Dec. 1915 to May 1916, and in France May 1916 to Feb. 1919. 

WALTER GEORGE JACOMB-HOOD. 

Admitted Nov. 1901. Member of Norgate & Hood, of Dereham, Norfolk. 
Joined Nov. 10, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 6th Batt. Norfolk Regt., promoted Lieut. 
Dec. 1914, A/Capt. April 1915, Lieut. 6th Batt. Somerset Light Infantry June 
1918. Served at Home Nov. 1914 to July 1918, and in France Aug. 1918 to 
Feb. 1919. 

HENRY HARRIS JAGO. 

Articled to W. H. Jago, of Plymouth. Joined Sept. 1914 as Private 
in Public Schools Batt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. Devonshire Regt. 
July 1915, promoted A/Capt. and subsequently A/IMajor. Awarded the 
D.S.O. and M.C. with Bar. Served in France. Killed in action April 25, 
1918. 

ALYN REGINALD JAMES. 

Articled to R. P. James, of Wrexham. Joined as Motor Dispatch Rider, 
attached to Denbighshire Yeomanry. Obtained commission in Denbighshire 
Yeomanry and attained the rank of Capt., subsequently attached Royal Flying 
Corps. Missing and afterwards reported killed near Amiens on March 24, 
1918, whilst leading his flight. 



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ARTHUR PERKINS JAIMES. 

Admitted Jan. 1881, practising at Cardiff. Served as Col. Commanding 
5th (Reserve) Batt. The Welch Regt. (T.). 

CHARLES HERBERT JAMES. 

Articled to W. J. Vaughan, of Fishguard. Served as Trooper, Pembroke- 
shire Yeomanry. 

CYRIL HAMMOND JMIES. 

Articled to F. Lawson Lewis, of Eastbourne. Joined Dec. 7, 1914, as 
2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. Royal Sussex Regt., promoted Lieut. May 1916, Capt. 
May 1917. Served in France. 

DAVID WATKIN JMIES. 

Admitted Dec. 1901, practising at Tonypandy. Served as Private, Royal 
Army Service Corps (M.T.). 

EDWARD CUTHBERT ALINGTON JAMES. 

Admitted Feb. 1911, practising at East Retford. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
8th Batt. Notts and Derbyshire Regt. (Sherwood Foresters) (T.), subsequently 
attained the rank of Capt. Mentioned in Dispatches. 

ENOCH LEWIS JAMES. 

Admitted June 1912. Managing Clerk with Morgan, Bruce & Nicholas, 
of Pontypridd, Glam. Joined Nov. 1915 Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Royal Welch Fusiliers Nov. 1916. Served in France. Killed in 
action in France Feb. 18, 1917. 

GWILYM CHRISTOPHER BOWHING JAMES. 

Admitted May 1909. Member of Gwilym James, Charles & Davies, of 
Merthyr Tydfil. Joined Sept. 1916 Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
3rd Batt., attached 2nd Batt., South Wales Borderers. Served in France. 
Died in No. 21 Casualty Clearing Station, France, Nov. 23, 1917, from wounds 
received in action. 

HAROLD GWYNNE JAMES. 

Admitted Oct. 1914. Member of Gwynne James & Son, of Hereford. 
Served as Lieut., Welsh Division Royal Army Service Corps (T.), promoted 
Capt. 30th Divisional Supply Column Royal Army Service Corps June 1916. 
Mentioned in Dispatches. 

HENRY JAMES. 

Admitted June 1910. Assistant Solicitor Halifax Corporation. Joined 
the Middlesex Regt. and attained the rank of Lance-Sergeant. Served in. 
France. Reported missing Aug. 18, 1916. 

HERBERT VICTOR JAMES. 

Admitted July 1912. Managing Clerk with W. T. James, of Eastbourne. 
Joined Aug. 30, 1914, as Private, Universities and Public Schools Brigade 
(18th Royal Fusiliers). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Flying Corps July 7, 1916, 
transferred to 3rd Royal Sussex Regt. June 1917, promoted Capt., transferred 
to General List, and appointed Courts-Martial Officer Oct. 1917. Served in 
France. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 295 

JOHN EGBERT JAMES. 

Admitted March 1898. Managing Clerk with Travers Smith, Braith- 
waite & Co., of 4 Throgmorton Avenue, E.C. Joined June 1916, as 2nd Lieut., 
Royal Garrison Artillery (Special Reserve), subsequently promoted Lieut. 
Served at Home. 

JOHN PERCIVAL JAMIESON. 

Admitted Feb. 1913, practised at Whetstone. Served as 2nd Lieut., 4th 
Batt. Middlesex Regt., promoted Lieut. Sept. 1918. Mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded the D.S.O. 

WILLIAM HUSKISSON VYVYAN JAQUES. 

Admitted April 1915. Member of Jaques & Co., of 8 Ely Place, E.C. 
Served as Private, 5th (City of London) Batt. London Regt. (London Rifle 
Brigade). 

GEORGE FREDERICK JERVAULX JARVIS. 

Admitted May 1907. Managing Clerk with M. J. Jarvis, of 4 Finsbury 
Square, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Farrier-Sergeant, Hon. Artillery 
Company. Obtained commission 5th Reserve Cavalry (20th Hussars) Oct. 28, 
1916. Awarded the M.C. Served in Egypt and in France. Killed France 
Sept. 28, 1918. 

HORACE EUSTACE GEORGE JARVIS. 

Articled to Charles Bowen, of 25 Ely Place, E.C. Served as Able Seaman, 
H.M.S. Achates. 

MATTHEW JERVOISE JARVIS. 

Admitted July 1893, practising at 4 Finsbury Square, E.C. Mobilised 
Aug. 4, 1914, as Quartermaster-Sergeant " A " Battery Horse Artillery, Hon. 
Artillery Company. Raised 2 /A Battery and promoted (Acting) Camp 
Quartermaster. Awarded the Territorial Force Efficiency Medal. Served 
at Home. 

REGINALD FREDERIC TUDOR JASPER. 

Articled to Thomas Smith, of 9 John Street, Bedford Row, W.C. Joined 
Sept. 8, 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. July 24, 1915, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1917. Served 
at Home, France, and Belgimn. Wounded at Battle of the Somme July 1, 
1916. 

JOHN WILLIAM JEAKES. 

Admitted Jan. 1916. Member of Hickson, Moir & Jeakes, of 52 New 
Broad Street, E.C. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, 10th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Jan. 27, 1915, attached 9th Batt. Royal Berkshire Regt. 
Feb. 1915, promoted Lieut. Oct. 1915, attached to 1st Batt. in France Oct. 

1915, and subsequently to 6th Batt. Served in France Oct. 1915 to Feb. 1917 
and Aug. to Oct. 1917. Severely wounded Feb. 25, 1917. Killed in action 
near Poelcappelle, Flanders, Oct. 12, 1917. 

GERALD MARK JEANS. 

Admitted Feb. 1913, practising at 50 Bedford Row, W.C. Joined Nov. 8, 

1916, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Wiltshire Regt. 



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Aug. 1, 1917. Served in Belgium and France. Wounded on Ypres-Comines 
Canal April 26, 1918, on La Bass6e Canal Aug. 18, 1918, near Valenciennes 
Nov. 4, 1918. 

FRANK ARTHUR JEFFCOATE. 

Articled to W, E. Lester, of Nuneaton. Joined Sept. 6, 1914, as Private, 
7th Batt. Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry, promoted Sergeant Sept. 1916. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. IMachine Gun Corps Sept. 26, 1917. Served at Home 
Sept. 1914 to Sept. 1915 and March to Nov. 1917, in France Sept. to Nov. 
1915, Salonica Nov. 1915 to Jan. 1917, and in Mesopotamia Nov. 1917 to March 
1919. 

HERBERT ATHELSTAN JEFFERY. 

Admitted Jan. 1908. Managing Clerk with Herbert J. Jeffery, of Bradford. 
Joined British Red Cross Society May 1, 1915, as Registrar to No. 4 Red Cross 
Hospital, B.E.F., transferred to No. 2 Red Cross Hospital as Quartermaster 
Dec. 1915, transferred to Headquarters for special duty Feb. 1919, appointed 
Deputy Commandant of Orderlies Headquarters June 1919, appointed Secretary 
to the Deputy Commissioner Sept. 9, 1919, appointed Deputy Demobili- 
sation Officer (for France) Nov. 1919. Awarded M.B.E. Served in France 
throughout. 

ERIC WEBB JEFFREYS. 

Articled to L. Moore, of Newport, Mon. Joined Sept. 3, 1914, as Private, 
Public Schools Brigade, 21st Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
2nd Batt. The Welch Regt., Jan. 7, 1915, promoted Lieut. June 1915, Capt. 
Aug. 1915, acted as Major in France with The Welch Regt., as Instructor in 
Tactics with No. 16 O.C.B. 1917, transferred to Royal Flying Corps as Capt. 
and Flying Officer 1918. Served at Home and in France. Twice wounded. 

FRANCIS BERNARD JEFFRIES. 

Articled to Herbert Jeffries, of Birmingham. Joined June 3, 1918, as 
Cadet, Royal Air Force. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Air Force, Aug. 8, 1918. 
Served at Home. 

HAROLD JOHN FOTHERINGHAM JEFFRIES. 

Admitted Jan. 12, 1911. Member of Wartnaby, Jeffries & Son, of Market 
Harborough. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Capt., 5th Batt, Leicestershire Regt. 
(T.), promoted Major Sept. 1915. Served in France from Feb. 1915. Killed 
in action at Hooge Sept. 26, 1915. 

HERBERT WILLIAM JELF. 

Admitted June 1908. Member of Taylor, Hoare & Jelf, of 12 Norfolk 
Street, Strand, W.C. Joined June 8, 1916, as Sub. -Lieut., Royal Naval 
Volunteer Reserve. Served afloat with Grand Fleet (10th Cruiser Squadron 
and 9th Cruiser Squadron) and on Detached Service. 

CYRIL DONALD THOMAS JENKINS. 

Articled to Richard Jenkins, of Swansea. Joined March 1915, as 2nd 
Lieut., 3rd Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers. Served in Gallipoli. Wounded and 
afterwards attached to Royal Flying Corps. Killed Oct. 2, 1916. 



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DAVID JENKINS. 

Articled to T. A. Rees, of Merthyr Tydfil, Glam. Joined Oct. 1915, 
a,s Private, Welch Guards. Obtained commission in Royal Welch Fusiliers 
April 1917 and attached South Wales Borderers 1918 as Lieut. Served in 
France. Wounded at Pilkem, Ypres, July 31, 1917. Torpedoed SS. Leinster 
Oct. 10, 1918. 

EDWARD BASIL TERENCE JENKINS. 

Articled to R. H. Bentley, of 232 Strand, W.C. Joined Sept. 6, 1914, as 
Private, Inns of Court O.T.C., promoted Corporal 1915. Subsequently gazetted 
Lieut. Royal Fusiliers. Served in France. Wounded Somme 1916. Dis- 
charged unfit, Oct. 1918. 

JOHN HENRY JENKINS. 

Admitted May 1906, practising at Carnarvon. Joined June 1, 1915, as 
2nd Lieut., 2/6 Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers, promoted Capt. May 1917. Served 
in Gallipoli, Egypt, and Palestine throughout the campaign. Wounded at 
Gaza March 26, 1917. 

MARTIN GWYN JENKINS. 

Admitted April 1907, practising at Aberavon. Mobihsed Aug. 1, 1914, 
as Lieut., Glamorgan Royal Horse Artillery, and promoted Major in March 
1919. Awarded the T.D. Served on the Western Front with the 35th 
Division 1917, 1918, and 1919. 

GEORGE WELLS JENNINGS. 

Admitted May 1911. Member of G. W. Jennings & Son, of Bishop 
Auckland. Served as 2nd Lieut., Royal Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. 
1916. 

RICHARD WILLIAM JENNINGS. 

Admitted July 1914, practised at Bristol. Enlisted Sept. 1914 and 
gazetted 2nd Lieut. Worcestershire Regt. shortly afterwards, subsequently 
promoted Lieut. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Died of wounds July 3, 1916. 

SIDNEY AUGUSTUS JENNINGS. 

Admitted Feb. 1912. Managing Clerk with Walter A. Jennings, of 152 
Kentish Town Road, N.W. Joined Aug. 1914, as Riflem.an, 12th Batt. County 
of London Regt., transferred to Inns of Court O.T.C. as Private Jan. 1916. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery Nov. 1916, promoted Lieut. 
May 1917. Served in France and Belgium. 

CLIFFORD MORGAN JEREMY. 

Articled to W. R. Davies, of Pontypridd. Joined Aug. 1918, as Private, 
53rd Batt. The Welch Regt., promoted Lance-Corporal Feb. 1919, Corporal 
June 1919, Sergeant Aug. 1919, transferred to 52nd Batt. The Welch Regt. 
Sept. 1919. Served at Home (Ireland) and Germany. 

ADRIAN JEROME SMITH JEROME. 

Admitted July 1903. Member of Gunner, Wilson & Jerome, of Newport, 
and Shanklin, I. of W. Joined Dec. 1, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., General List, 
and subsequently promoted Lieut. 



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ARTHUR REGINALD FRANKENSTEIN ZACHARIAS JESSEL. 

Admitted Dec. 1911, practising at Oxford. Served as Cadet, Oxford 
University O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 8th (Service) Batt. Northamptonshire 
Regt. 

ROBERT WILFRED FAIREY JESSON. 

Admitted Feb. 1913. Managing Clerk with Hepherd & Winstanley, of 
Southampton. Joined Aug. 6, 1914, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 5th Batt. Wiltshire Regt. Aug. 28, 1914, promoted Lieut. Oct. 1914, 
Capt. March 1915, A/Major while second in command of Batt. Sept. 1916. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Gallipoli 1915. Wounded Aug. 9, 
1915, returned to Regt. Oct. 1915, invalided home frostbite Dec. 1915, went 
to Mesopotamia July 1916. Killed in action Feb. 22, 1917, in Mesopotamia, 
outside Kut. 

THOMAS EDWARD JESSON. 

Admitted May 1906, practising at Ashby-de-la-Zouch. Served as Capt., 
5th Batt. Leicestershire Regt. 

JOSEPH WILFRID JESSOP. 

Admitted Dec. 1911, practising at Birmingham. Joined Jan. 31, 1916, 
as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Warwickshire 
Regt. March 28, 1917, transferred to Machine Gun Corps March 1918, promoted 
Lieut. Sept. 1918. Served at Home Jan. 1916 to May 1917 and Dec. 1917 to 
Sept. 1918, and in France, Belgium, and Germany May to Dec. 1917 and Sept. 
1918 to Jan. 1919. Wounded at Battle of Cambrai Dec. 4, 1917. 

JAMES GORDON JEUDWINE. 

Admitted Nov. 1904. Member of Powell, Jarvis & Jeudwine, of Newtown, 
North Wales. Joined June 12, 1916, as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Aug. 1917, promoted Lieut. Feb. 1919. Served in 
France and Belgium 1916 to 1918. 

FRANK NORMAN JEWELL. 

Articled to Leonard Warner, of Fareham. Served as Lieut., 9th (Cyclist) 
Batt. Hampshire Regt., promoted Capt. Sept. 1914. 

HERBERT BRITT JOBBINGS. 

Admitted June 1914. Member of J. W. Stead & Jobbings, of Leeds. 
Joined Nov. 17, 1916, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps, and posted for 
service with Director-General of Transportation, General Headquarters, trans- 
ferred to Royal Engineers May 1917 and promoted Corporal. Commissioned 
in France and posted as 2nd Lieut, to 60th Labour Company Nov. 14, 1917. 
Awarded Special Russian Red Cross by Czarina. Served in England and 
France. 

GEORGE W^ILLIAM JOBLING. 

Articled to T. B. Nowell of Burnley. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Gunner, 
1st East Lancashire Brigade Royal Field Artillery (T.), subsequently 
Signaller with 6th Reserve Brigade. Served in Egypt, Gallipoli, 1915 to 1916, 
Syria, France, and Belgium. Wounded at Ypres Sept. 1917. 



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DAVID MOY JOHN. 

Articled to A. E. Crowther, of Cardiff. Served as Private, 21st (Service) 
Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 

HUBERT EDWARD JOHN. 

Admitted April 1912, practising at Llanelly. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 
Lieut., 4th Batt. The Welch Regt. (T.), promoted Capt. Oct. 1914. Awarded 
the M.C. Served in Gallipoli Aug. to Dec. 1915, Egypt Jan. to Dec. 1916, and 
Palestine Jan. to March 1917. Wounded at 1st Battle of Gaza March 26, 1917. 

FRANCIS TREMENHEERE JOHNS. 

Admitted Feb. 1914. Managing Clerk with Francis A. Johns, of Ring- 
wood. Joined Aug. 5, 1914, as Lance-Corporal, 9th Batt. Hampshire Regt, 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Dorset Royal Garrison Artillery (T.) Oct. 8, 1915, promoted 
Lieut. June 1916. Served at Home and with B.E.F. 

HERBERT DAVID JOHNS. 

Admitted Dec. 1911, practising at Milford Haven. Mobilised Aug. 1914,. 
as 2nd Lieut., Pembrokeshire Royal Garrison Artillery (T.), promoted Lieut. 
June 1916, Capt. Dec. 1916, Major Sept. 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded the M.C. Served in France Dec. 1916 to March 1919. 

ALBERT JOHN JOHNSON. 

Articled to J. F. Jones, of 30 Great St. Helen's, E.C. Served as Private, 
5th Batt. East Kent Regt. (The Buffs). 

ARTHUR AINSLIE JOHNSON. 

Admitted June 1912, practising at Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Joined 1914, 
as 2nd Lieut., Northumberland Fusiliers, prom.oted Lieut. Dec. 1914, Capt. 
April 1915, appointed Staff Capt. Aug. 1915, appointed Deputy Assistant 
Adjutant-General Aug. 1917, promoted Major May 1918. Three times men- 
tioned in Dispatches. Awarded O.B.E. (Military Division). Served in France 
1915 to 1919. 

BASIL HENRY JOHNSON. 

Articled to Sir H. J. Johnson, of 101 Leadenhall Street, E.C. Served as 
2nd Lieut., 1st Batt. Hertfordshire Regt. (T.), promoted Lieut. July 1916. 

CHARLES HENRY JOHNSON. 

Admitted Aug. 1906, practising at Manchester. Served as Signaller, 
Royal Field Artillery. 

CHARLES VILLIERS JOHNSON. 

Admitted March 1892, practising at Brighton. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 
Capt., 6th Batt. Royal Sussex Regt., promoted Major Nov. 1914. Awarded 
the T.D. Served on the East Coast of England and in Ireland. 

CONINGSBY SA^HTEL JOHNSON. 

Admitted May 1908, practising at Reading. Joined April 26, 1915, as 
Private, Inns of Court O.T.C., promoted to Sergeant Sept. 1915. Commissioned 
2nd Lieut, in same Regt. April 1916, transferred as 2nd Lieut, to Royal Field 
Artillery Oct. 1916, promoted Lieut. April 1918. Awarded the M.C. Served 
in France. 



300 RECORD OF SERVICE 

CYRIL BENTON JOHNSON. 

Articled to W. P. Norton, of 57| Old Broad Street, E.G. Mobilised Aug. 5, 
1914, as Lieut., 6th Batt. Notts and Derbyshire Regt. (Sherwood Foresters), 
promoted Capt. May 1916, and subsequently to Lieut. -Col. Once mentioned 
in Dispatches. Wounded July 1916. Killed Sept. 21, 1917. 

DENYS BILLINGHURST JOHNSON. 

Articled to W. P. Johnson, of Midhurst, Sussex. Gazetted Dec. 7, 1914, 
as 2nd Lieut., 2/4 Batt. Royal Sussex Regt., promoted Lieut. Sept. 1917, 
transferred 10th Reserve Batt. Suffolk Regt. March 1916 and to 11th Batt. 
Suffolk Regt. Aug. 1916. Awarded the M.C. Served in France. 

ERNEST STAPLEY HEMING JOHNSON. 

Admitted Feb. 1907, practising at 19 Great Winchester Street, E.C. 
Mobihsed Aug. 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company and attained rank 
of Sergeant in 1915. Commissioned in Royal Army Ordnance Corps Nov. 
1916, promoted to Capt. 1918. Served in France. 

FRANCIS KINLOCH MURRAY JOHNSON. 

Admitted June 1910. Managing Clerk with Budd, Johnson & Jecks, 
of 24 Austin Friars, E.C. Mobilised with Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 
Sept. 1914 2nd Lieut. King's Dragoon Guards, subsequently Staff Capt. Em- 
barkation Staff, Bombay. Served in France and India. Wounded at Hooge, 
near Ypres, May 1915. 

FRANK BIRLEY JOHNSON. 

Admitted Oct. 1914. Formerly of Nottingham. Served as Capt., 13th 
Batt. Notts and Derbyshire Regt. (Sherwood Foresters). 

FREDERIC DAVID KEENE JOHNSON. 

Admitted March 1905. Member of Johnson & Son, of Newcastle, Staffs. 
Joined March 31, 1917, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). Served 
at Home. 

GEORGE JOHNSON. 

Admitted April 1909, practising at Jarrow. Joined Feb. 5, 1917, as 2nd 
Class Air Mechanic, Royal Flying Corps. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Air Force 
Nov. 1917, promoted Capt. April 1918. Served at Home and with Anti-Sub- 
marine Operations Unit in conjunction with Royal Navy. 

GEORGE GEOFFREY FLOYD JOHNSON. 

Articled to Frank Johnson, of Bradford. Mobilised Aug. 1914 as 2nd 
Lieut, in the Special Reserve (Essex Regt.), afterwards invalided and attached 
to King's African Rifles. Served in France and Africa. 

JOHN ALFRED JOHNSON. 

Admitted Aug. 1886. Member of Price, Johnson & Jackson, of Wigan. 
Served as Lieut., 9th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. 

LUTHER VINCENT BURGOYNE JOHNSON. 

Articled to O. H. Cochrane, of Middlesbrough. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 
Lieut., 8th Batt. Durham Light Infantry (T.), promoted Capt. Sept. 1914. 
Served in France. Killed at Grafenstaffel Ridge, N.E. of Ypres, April 25, 1915. 



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MONTAGUE KEMMIS JOHNSON. 

Articled to H. W. Johnson, of 24 Austin Friars, E.C. Joined Aug. 29, 1914, 
as 2nd Lieut., 1st Batt. London Regt. (T.), transferred to Royal Garrison Artillery 
(T.) Nov. 1915, promoted Lieut. June 8, 1916. Served in Malta and in France. 

PHILIP JOHNSON. 

Admitted Feb. 1906. Member of Day & Yewdall, of Leeds. Joined 
Dec. 20, 1915, as Lieut., Royal Army Ordnance Corps, promoted Capt. June 
1917, Major May 1918. Served at Home Dec. 1915 to April 1917, and in 
France April 1917 to Feb. 1919. 

REGINALD EGERTON JOHNSON. 

Articled to C. R. Johnson, of 10 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Joined 
Sept. 5, 1914, as Private in The Rifle Brigade. Commissioned as 2nd Lieut. 
Somerset Light Infantry Oct. 20, 1914, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1915, joined 
Royal Flying Corps Aug. 1916, graduated as Pilot Dec. 1916, made Staff 
Capt. (Air Ministry) in the Royal Air Force June 1918. Served at Home and 
in France. Wounded May 24, 1917. 

SAMUEL CLEMENT JOHNSON. 

Admitted Jan, 1905. Of Ealing. Served as Lieut., Royal Field Artillery. 
Died Feb. 8, 1919, after illness contracted on active service. 

SIDNEY MIDLANE JOHNSON. 

Admitted Feb. 1910. Secretary of County Councils' Assoc, of 84 
Eccleston Square, S.W. Joined Aug. 4, 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery 
Company. Served in France and Belgium. Wounded at Kemmel Jan. 29, 
1915. Discharged July 15, 1915. 

SYDNEY HARCOURT JOHNSON. 

Admitted Oct. 1908, practising at Liverpool. Served as Lieut., 5th Batt. 
King's Liverpool Regt. 

THOMAS GEORGE JOHNSON. 

Articled to A. J. Willett, of Warrington,. Joined Aug. 4, 1914, as Trooper, 
Duke of Lancaster's Own Imperial Yeomanry. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, and 
Signal Officer 9th Batt. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers Dec. 11, 1914, promoted 
Lieut. July 1916, appointed Adjutant and Assistant Commandant 36th DiA-ision 
School of Instruction with rank of Capt. Nov. 1916, rejoined 9th Batt. Royal 
Inniskilling Fusiliers as Bombing Officer in 1917, afterwards transferred to 
Oswestry and attached to 3rd Batt. as Assistant Brigade Gas Officer, sailed 
for India Sept. 1918, joined 30th Lancers at Peshawar and appointed Signal 
Officer to the Regiment. Served in France and India. 

THOMAS ROSCOE JOHNSON. 

Articled to R. H. Armstrong, of Liverpool. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, 
17th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt., promoted to be Lewis-Gunner Aug. 1916. 
Served at Home and in France. Reported as missing since Oct 12, 1916, and 
afterwards ascertained to have been killed in action on that date. 

WILLIAM GODFREY EARLAM JOHNSON. 

Articled to Thomas Ellis, of Wigan. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 5th 
Batt. Manchester Regt., promoted Temp. Capt. June 1915, Capt. Aug. 1915. 



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Served in Egypt Sept. 1914 to May 1915, Gallipoli May to June 1915, Palestine 
April 1916 to Feb. 1917, and in France Feb. to Oct. 1917. Died of wounds 
Oct. 13, 1917. 

HOWARD RICHMOND JOHNSTON. 

Articled to W. W. A. Tree, of Worcester. Joined Sept. 15, 1914, as Private, 
21st Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Commissioned 2nd Lieut. King's Own Royal Lan- 
caster Regt. July 7, 1916, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1918, A/Capt. Oct. 1918. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. Served in France. Wounded 
at Ypres Sept. 26, 1917. 

JAMES JOHNSTONE. 

Admitted Dec. 1898, practising at 36 Basinghall Street, E.G. Served as 
Trooper, 2nd Batt. King Edward's Horse. 

WILLIAM McCALL JOHNSTONE. 

Articled to Samuel Williams, of Nottingham. Mobilised Aug. 1914, 
as Gunner, Notts Royal Horse Artillery. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field 
Artillery March 17, 1915. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to Jan. 1916, and in 
France Jan. to Feb. 1916. Killed in action Feb. 13, 1916. 

ARCHIBALD HENRY JOLLIFFE. 

Articled to H. A. Pritchard, of Leicester. Joined Oct. 26, 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., 1/5 Batt. Cheshire Regt., promoted Lieut. April 1916, A/Capt. June 
1917. Awarded the M.C. Served in France. Wounded April 28, 1915, and 
May 8, 1917. 
GEORGE WILLIAM ERNEST JOLLY. 

Admitted Oct. 1913, practising at Hove, Sussex. Joined July 26, 1916, 
as Trooper, The Sussex Yeomanry, transferred as Private to 4th (Reserve) 
Batt. Royal Sussex Regt. Jan. 1917, and to Garrison Officers Cadet Batt., 
Cambridge, as Cadet Feb. 1917. Gazetted as 2nd Lieut. 1st (Reserve) Garrison 
Batt. Suffolk Regt. April 14, 1917, promoted Lieut. Oct. 1918 when appointed 
Secretary British Customs Commission, British Salonica Force, transferred to 
3rd Suffolk Regt. May 1919. Served at Home and Salonica. 

LOUIS NATHANIEL JONAS. 

Admitted April 1913. Of 79 Shaftesbury Avenue, W.C. Joined Dec. 
1915, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 
2nd Lieut, and posted to 8th Batt. The Queen's Regt. May 2, 1917, promoted 
Lieut. Nov. 1918. Served in France. Wounded Aug. 1, 1917, lost left eye. 

ALBERT VICTOR JONES. 

Admitted Oct. 1912. Managing Clerk with William Sturges & Co., of 
Caxton House, Westminster. Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery 
Company. Killed in action near Wulverghem, Belgium, Nov. 25, 1914. 

ALLAN GWYNNE JONES. 

Articled to Sir William Joynson -Hicks, M.P., of Lennox House, Norfolk 
Street, Strand, W.C. Joined Nov. 2, 1914, as Private, Public Schools Batt. 
Royal Fusiliers, and subsequently gazetted Lieut. Welch Guards. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. Served in France. Wounded 
Sept. 4, 1915, and July 31, 1917. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 303 

ARTHUR JONES. 

Articled to Batesons, Warr & Welmshurst, of Liverpool. Served as 2nd 
Lieut., 7th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. (T.). 

ARTHUR VERNON JONES. 

Articled to J. D. H. Osbom, of Colwyn Bay. Enlisted Sept. 1914 in the 
13th Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 13th Batt. Royal 
Welch Fusiliers Oct. 25, 1914, promoted Lieut. Aug. 1915, Capt. Feb. 1917, 
Adjutant July 1916 to April 1917. Acted Staff Capt. and Brigade Major 
113th Infantry Brigade at various periods, attached to 113th Brigade Head- 
quarters and Headquarters 38th (Welsh) Division for Staff course April 1917 
to Jan. 1918, attached Headquarters XV. Corps Jan. to March 1918, acted 
General Staff Officer III. 38th (Welsh) Division May 1918 to Aug. 1918, 
appointed General Staff Officer HI. 38th (Welsh) Division Oct. 1918 to Dec. 
1918 when he was promoted to Quartermaster; General's Staff; General Head- 
quarters. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France Dec. 1915 to Feb. 
1919. Died of pneumonia at No. 20 General Hospital, Camiers, Feb. 16, 1919. 
Buried at Etaples. 
BARRY ST. PATRICK JONES. 

Admitted March 1910. Managing Clerk with R. Sheriton Holmes, of 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, Northumberland Fusiliers. 
Commissioned as 2nd Lieut. 16th Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers 1914, pro- 
moted Capt. in Durham Light Infantry 1915. Served in France. 

CECIL BUCKINGHAM JONES. 

Articled to W. E. Hough, of Runcorn, Cheshire. Joined Sept. 4, 
1916, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.), promoted Lance-Corporal, 
became Cadet in 24th Officers Cadet Batt. Tank Corps July 1918, and subse- 
quently granted commission. Served at Home. 

CHARLES EDWARD TUDOR JONES. 

Articled to H. W. Michelmore, of Exeter. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., 7th Batt. Devonshire Regt. Subsequently obtained a Regular Com- 
mission and proceeded to Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst. From thence 
posted to East Lancashire Regt. and promoted Lieut, and afterwards to Capt., 
subsequently attached to Royal Flying Corps as Observer. Served at Home 
and France. Killed Dec. 15, 1915. Shot down over German Lines by Immel- 
man, near Valenciennes, and buried by the Germans with full military honours. 

CYRIL GORDON JONES. 

Admitted June 1908. Member of Jones & Son, of Colchester. Joined 
Oct. 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Flying Corps, promoted Capt. April 1918. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France July 1916 to Dec. 1917. 
Wounded Dec. 8, 1917. 
CYRIL OSWALD JONES. 

Admitted Dec. 1904, practising at Wrexham. Served as Lieut., 4th 
^Reserve) Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers. 

DONALD APPLEFORD JONES. 

Admitted Dec. 1906. Member of William Dawes & Co., of Rye, Sussex. 
Joined Aug. 11, 1914, as Private, 5th Batt. Royal Sussex Regt., transferred 



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to Royal Army Service Corps Jan. 1915, promoted to Staff Sergt.-Major May 
1917. Awarded M.S.M. Served at Home. 

ED]\rUND STANLEY JONES. 

Admitted Dec. 1901, practising at Malton, Yorkshire. Joined Sept. 5, 
1914, as Temp. Capt., 4th Batt. Yorkshire Regt. (T.), Substantive Capt. June 
1916, also acted at D.A.P.M. in the Eastern Command. Served at Home. 

EDWARD EARLE JONES. 

Articled to A. P. Whitwell, of Darlington. Joined Jan. 1915 Inns of Court 
O.T.C. Commissioned as 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. Yorkshire Regt. Feb. 13, 1915. 
Served in France. Severely wounded at Hooge May 24, 1915. Died Aug. 1, 
1916, of wounds received near Remy the previous day. 

EDWARD OLIVER JONES. 

Articled to James Porter, of Conway. Joined April 1915, as Private, 
Inns of Court O.T.C. Granted a commission as 2nd Lieut. 6th Batt. Royal 
Welch Fusiliers (T.) Nov. 9, 1915, promoted Temp. Lieut. July 1916, granted 
substantive rank of Lieut. July 1917, attached to 19th Batt. The Queen's 
Royal West Surrey Regt. Aug. 1917 to Feb. 1918, to 4th (Reserve) Royal Welch 
Fusiliers Feb. to April 1918, and to 1/4 Batt. of same Regt. April 1918 to Jan. 
1919. Served at Home and in France. 
ERIC ARTHUR GODDARD JONES. 

Admitted Feb. 1910. Member of Douglas & Goddard Jones, of 10 Old 
Jewry Chambers, E.C. Joined April 13, 1916, as Private, 10th Batt. Royal 
Sussex Regt. Served in France and Belgium Sept. 1916 to end of 1918. 

FEATHERSTONE LEWIS JONES. 

Articled to A. L. Jones, of Rhyl. Joined Aug. 14, 1914, as Trooper, 
Denbighshire Hussars (Yeomanry). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Lancashire Fusiliers 
Dec. 9, 1914, transferred to the East Lancashire Regt. March 1915. Served 
in France June to Nov. 1915. Discharged Nov. 15, 1915. 
FELIX ERNEST JONES. 

Admitted April 1912, practised at 37 Norfolk Street, Strand, W.C. Joined 
May 1915 as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C, and promoted Company Quarter- 
master-Sergeant July 1915. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 1/4 Batt. Oxford and Bucks 
Light Infantry Dec. 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1917. Awarded the M.C. 
Served at Home May 1915 to March 1916, France March 1916 to July 1916 
(wounded), Home July 1916 to Feb. 1917, Flanders Feb. to Aug. 1917. 
Killed in action at St. Julien, near Ypres, Aug. 16, 1917. 

GLENDOWER JONES. 

Articled to G. H. Hindley, of Liverpool. Served as Private, 4th Batt. 
Manchester Regt. 

HAROLD MOUAT JONES. 

Admitted Dec. 1898. Member of Jutsum & Jones, of 11 Queen Victoria 
Street, E.C. Joined Dec. 1915, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. 
(Artists Rifles). Commissioned as 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Ordnance Corps 
May 30, 1916, promoted Lieut. Aug. 1916. Served at Home till Feb. 1917 
and afterwards in Egypt. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 305 

HENRY GILMAN JONES. 

Admitted March 1905, practising at Salford, Lanes. Joined Feb. 28, 

1917, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army- 
Service Corps Oct. 28, 1917, promoted Lieut. April 1919. Served at Home 
Feb. to Nov. 1917, in France and Flanders Nov. 1917 to April 1919, and in 
Germany April to Dec. 1919. 

HENRY VAUGHAN EDWARDS JONES. 

Articled to J. C. Woods, of Swansea. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
7th Batt. The Welch Regt. (T.), promoted Lieut. Oct. 1914, Capt. Dec. 1914. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in France. 

HERBERT EDWARD JONES. 

Admitted July 1913. Assistant Secretary, Law Society, London, W.C. 
Joined Sept. 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Sussex Regt., promoted Lieut. June 
1916, A/Capt. and Second in Command Oct. 1916, A/Staff Capt. 116th Infantry 
Brigade Sept. 1917. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 
Served in France March 1916 to Oct. 1918. Wounded Sept. 1918. 

HERBERT JAMES HILEY JONES. 

Admitted Oct. 1913, practising at Portsmouth. Joined Aug. 1916, as 
Gunner, Hon. Artillery Company, appointed Battery Artificer Jan. 1918. 
Served in Belgium and France. Wounded March 27, 1918. 

HUGH BIRD JONES. 

Articled to J. H. Pierce, of Wrexham, N. Wales. Mobilised Aug. 5, 1914, 
as Signaller, 4th Royal Welch Fusiliers, promoted Corporal Nov. 1914, Sergeant 
Jan. 1915, discharged time-expired Feb. 1916, voluntarily re-enhsted in 
Motor Machine Gun Service July 1916 as a Gunner, promoted Corporal Sept. 
1916, C.Q.M.S. Nov. 1916. Commissioned 2nd Lieut Tank Corps Nov. 1917. 
Resigned on account of ill-health caused by wounds Aug. 29, 1919. Served 
at Home and in France. Wounded on Amiens Front Aug. 5, 1918, left leg 
amputated. 

HUGH MYDDELTON JONES. 

Admitted Jan. 1911. Of 7 Mark Lane, E.C. Mobihsed Aug. 5, 1914, as 
Sergeant, " B " Battery Hon. Artillery Company. Commissioned 2nd Lieut. 
Royal Field Artillery June 28, 1917, appointed Adjutant and A/Capt. July 

1918. Served at Home, Egypt, Aden, Palestine, and Syria. 

HUMPHREY LLEWELLYN JONES. 

Articled to F. Llewellyn-Jones, of Mold. Served as 2nd Lieut., Royal 
Welch Fusiliers. 

ILLBYD RHYS GIFFORD JONES. 

Articled to David Davies, of Cardigan. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., 4th Batt. The Welch Regt. (T.), promoted Temp. Lieut. Nov. 1914, 
Temp. Capt. and Substantive Lieut. July 1915, Substantive Capt. Oct. 1916, 
attached to Royal Flying Corps as Flying Officer (Observer) Dec. 1917 to Dec. 
1918. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to July 1915 and May 1916 to May 1917, 
Gallipoh and Egypt July 1915 to May 1916, France May to Dec. 1917, and 
Italy March to June 1918. 



306 RECORD OF SERVICE 

IVOR WILLIAM JONES. 

Admitted Oct. 1904. Member of William Jones & Son, of Cardiff. Joined 
Oct. 5, 1914, as Private, The Welch Regt. Subsequently gazetted Lieut. The 
Welch Regt. Served in France. 

IVOR WYN JONES. 

Articled to Edward Jones, of Blaenau Festiniog. Joined Oct. 1915, as 
2nd Lieut., 7th Royal Welch Fusiliers, subsequently promoted Lieut, and 
attached to 24th Batt. London Regt. Served in France. Died at Poperinghe 
from wounds received on June 7, 1917. Buried at Military Cemetery in Reeny^ 
near Poperinghe. 

JOHN EUSTACE JONES. 

Admitted April 1898. Member of Walker, Smith & Way, of Chester. 
Joined Nov. 12, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps, promoted 
Temp. Lieut. July 1917, A/Lieut. June 1916 to June 1917, A/Capt. June 1917 
to Jan. 1918, Temp. Capt. Jan. 1918. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Served 
at Home. 

JOHN LLOYD JONES. 

Articled to M. J. Greener, of 52 Bedford Row, W.C. Joined Aug. 1914, 
as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles), became Lance- 
Corporal, then obtained commission as Lieut, in 2nd Batt. Yorkshire Regt. 
about May 1915, rising to Capt. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
the M.C. Served in France. Wounded Aug. 1915. Died from septic 
pneumonia while home on leave March 11, 1916. 

LAWRENCE JONES. 

Admitted June 1897. Member of Lawrence, Jones & Co., of 4 St. Mary 
Axe, E.C. Joined Aug. 1914, as Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps, promoted 
Capt. March 1915. Served in France 1915 to 1916. Discharged Aug. 1916. 

LEONARD HOWSON JONES. 

Admitted July 1912. Member of Kent & Jones, of Longton. Served as 
Private, 5th Batt. North Staffordshire Regt. 

MORRIS VERNON JONES. 

Admitted May 1911. Member of Jones, Paterson, Henry & Co., of Liver- 
pool. Joined Sept. 1, 1914, as Private, 10th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. 
(Liverpool Scottish). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. May 1915, promoted Lieut. May 
1916. Served in France Nov. 1914 to June 1915, Gallipoli Aug. to Dec. 1915, 
Egypt Dec. 1915 to Aug. 1917, and Palestine Aug. 1917 to Nov. 1918. 
Wounded Gallipoli Aug. 10, 1915, Palestine Oct. 27, 1917. 

OSMAN WYNNE JONES. 

Admitted Sept. 1900, practising at Liverpool. Served as Lance-Corporal, 
243rd Coy. Royal Army Service Corps. 
OWEN MORRIS JONES. 

Admitted July 1917. Of Portmadoc. Joined Oct. 1915, as Private, 
Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Roj^al Welch Fusiliers Dec. 21, 
1916, promoted Lieut. June 1918. Served in France Jan. 1917 to Oct. 1918. 
Killed at Poix de Noir, near Forest Le Cateau, France, Oct. 31, 1918. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 807 

PAUL ESMOND RUSSELL JONES. 

Articled to T. B. Jones, of Newport, Mon. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., 4th Welsh Brigade Royal Field Artillery (T.), promoted A/Capt. 
July 1917, Staff Capt. Royal Artillery Aug. 1917, 3rd (Lahore) D.A.C. Aug. 1918, 
Staff Capt. Feb. 1919. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded Order of 
the Nile (4th Class). Served at Home 1914 to 1915, France 1915, Egypt 
1916 and 1919, Palestine 1916, 1917, and 1918. 

REES ARTHUR JONES. 

Admitted Oct. 1906, practising at Swansea. Joined Dec. 15, 1915, as 
Sub. -Lieut. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve for service with Royal Naval 
Division. Invalided out of Service Feb. 3, 1916. Rejoined and commissioned 
as Assistant-Paymaster Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Dec. 2, 1916, granted 
new commission Lieut. Oct. 17, 1917. Served as Executive Officer for South- 
Western District for Arming Merchant Ships, Devonport to Fishguard, in- 
cluding the Bristol Channel. 

THEODORE TUDOR FREDERICK JONES. 

Articled to Daniel Perkins, of Port Talbot. Joined Aug. 29, 1916, as 
Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.), Served in France Nov. 1916 to 
March 1919. 

THOMAS BAKER JONES. 

Admitted Feb. 1886. Member of Hornby & Baker Jones, of Newport, 
Mon. Joined Oct. 12, 1915, as Capt., 1st Batt. Monmouthshire Regt. (T.), 
subsequently seconded to 4th Batt. Resigned Oct. 26, 1917. Served at Home. 

THOMAS CLIFFORD JONES. 

Articled to W. Britton Seldon, of Bideford, and afterwards with the 
B. & A. Tobacco Co. Joined April 13, 1916, as Private, 5th Batt. County of 
London Regt. (London Rifle Brigade). Killed in action on the Somme about 
Oct. 10, 1916. 

THOMAS DANIEL JONES. 

Admitted Feb. 1913. Member of Marchant, Harries & Jones, of Aberdare. 
Joined Oct. 24, 1916, as Private, Royal Naval Air Service and Royal Air Force. 
Served at Home. 

THOMAS ROBERT JONES. 

Articled to J. R. Jones, of Bala, N. Wales. Joined Oct. 1915, as Private, Inns 
of Court. Commissioned to Royal Welch Fusiliers Sept. 5, 1916, subsequently 
Lieut, in King's African Rifles. Served at Home, France, and East Africa. 

THORNTON BURNETT JONES. 

Admitted June 1906, practised at Liverpool. Served as Private, 6th 
(Cyclist) Batt. Norfolk Regt. 

TREVOR JOHN JONES. 

Admitted April 1914. Managing Clerk with T. C. Smith, of Ber\nck-on- 
Tweed. Joined June 16, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Brecknockshire Batt. South 
Wales Borderers (T.), attached 4th (Service) Batt. Oct. 1917, promoted Lieut. 
July 1917, A/Capt. Jan. 1919. Served in India March 1916 to Oct. 1917» 
and in Mesopotamia and Kurdistan Oct. 1917 to April 1919. 



308 RECORD OF SERVICE 

WILLIAM JONES. 

Articled to E. W. Davies, M.P., of Carnarvon. Joined Dec. 6, 1915, as 
Private, 21st Batt. Ro3^al Welch Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. 
Manchester Regt. Aug. 1, 1917. Served at Home and in France. 

WILLIAM BRAMWELL JONES. 

Admitted Jan. 1898, practising at Llanelly. Served as Major, 4th Batt, 
The Welch Regt. 

WILLIAM EDWARD GLYN JONES. 

Admitted Oct. 1909, practised at Swansea. Served as Private, Sportsman's 
Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 

WILLIAM HOLDEN JONES. 

Admitted April 1914. Managing Clerk with Richard Hankinson & Son, 
of Manchester. Enlisted May 6, 1915, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps 
(M.T.) and attained the rank of Company Sergeant-Ma j or. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, 
in same Regt. July 1918. Served at Home and in France. 

WILLIAM JAMES JONES. 

Admitted Sept. 1878, practising at Haverfordwest. Served as Lieut.-Col., 
4th Batt. The Welch Regt. 

WILLIAM JAMES JONES. 

Articled to J. W. Cocks, of Liverpool. Joined Aug. 31, 1914, as Private, 6th 
Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. Gazetted Lieut, in same Regt. Nov. 13, 1914» 
Served in France May 1915 to June 1916. Killed in action June 28, 1916. 

WILLIAM SYDNEY JONES. 

Articled to W. H. Watts, of 45 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Joined Sept. 2, 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., 10th Batt. London Regt., promoted Lieut. June 1915, 
Capt. July 1916, Adjutant 1916 to 1917, Staff Capt. 1918 to 1919. Served 
in France. 

WILLIAM CRAUFORD JORDAN. 

Admitted Aug. 1906. Member of Wiltshire, Son & Jordan, of Great 
Yarmouth. Joined Dec. 23, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 2/5 Batt. Suffolk Regt., 
promoted Substantive Lieut. June 1916, A/Capt. Nov. 1915 to Feb. 1918, 
attached 2/4 Batt. Royal Berkshire Regt. April 1918 to Jan. 1919. Served at 
Home and in France. 

FRED ALMA JORDON. 

Admitted Oct. 1908, practising at Doncaster. Served as Private, West 
Yorkshire Regt. 

CHRISTOPHER HENRY JOSE. 

Admitted Aug. 1905, practised at Bristol. Served as Lieut., Ammunition 
Column 1st Home Counties Royal Field Artillery, promoted Capt. June 1916, 
and subsequently Major. 

WALTER JOHN JOSEPH. 

Admitted Nov. 1890. Member of Joseph, Steward & Pretty, of Norwich; 
and Pretty, Joseph & Steward, of Ipswich. Joined Aug. 1, 1917, as Cadet, 
Royal Army Service Corps. Gazetted Lieut, in Royal Army Service Corps. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 309 

WILLIAM FRANKLIN GEORGE JOSEPH. 

Admitted April 1908. Managing Clerk with Tamplin, Tayler & Joseph, 
of 165 Fenchurch Street, E.C. Joined Oct. 1914, as Private, Inns of Court 
O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Berkshire Regt. March 1915. Served 
in France Sept. 1915 to May 1918. Killed in action May 27, 1918. 

JOHN JOSSELYN. 

Admitted April 1896. Member of Josselyn & Sons, Ipswich ; and John 
Josselyn, London. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 6th Batt. Suffolk Regt., 
promoted Major Nov. 1914, Brigade Major Jan. 1915 to May 1916, Lieut. -Col. 2/5 
Batt. West Yorkshire Regt. May 1916 to Dec. 1917, attached to Staff Southern 
Command March to May 1918, joined North Russian Expeditionary Force 
May 25, 1918 (as Lieut. -Col.), commanded a Russian Battalion on Kem Front, 
Murmansk Railway June and July 1918, commanded original Dvina River and 
Vaga River Expedition Aug. to Oct. 1918 (as Temp. Colonel), President Claims 
Commission, North Russia, from Jan. 1919 (Temp. Colonel). Four times 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded C.M.G., D.S.O., O.B.E., T.D., Croix de 
Guerre (French), St. Anne, 2nd Class, with swords (Russian). Served at 
Home 1914 to 1916, France 1916 to 1917, North Russia 1918 to 1919, and 
Home, attached War Office, 1919 to 1920. Wounded near Hindenburg Line at 
Croisilles 1917. 

ARTHUR HERBERT JOTCHAM. 

Admitted April 1912, practising at Wotton-under-Edge, and Dursley. 
Joined Sept. 1, 1916, as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery. Commissioned 
2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery July 7, 1917, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1919. 
Served in France Aug. 1917 to Aug. 1918. 

COLIN JOSEPH PATRICK CADWALLADUR JOWETT. 

Articled to G. C. Rallison, of Bristol. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
€th Batt. Gloucestershire Regt. (T.), promoted Lieut. Oct. 1914, Capt. May 
1915. Served at Home. 

JOHN RAYMOND JOYNSON. 

Articled to J. H. Joynson, of Liverpool. Served as Private, 6th Batt. 
King's Liverpool Regt. (T.). 

JAMES CRITCHLEY JUBB. 

Admitted April 1909, practised at Leeds. Joined Oct. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
4th (Reserve) Batt. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, promoted Lieut. 
Sept. 1915. Served in France. Reported missing July 23, 1916, and after- 
wards presumed to have died on that date. 

HARRY BURFORD JUDGE. 

Admitted April 1913, practising at 317 High Holbom, W.C. Joined 
April 7, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, and sub- 
sequently promoted A/Capt. Served at Home 1915, France 1915 to 1916 
and in 1918, and Macedonia 1916 to 1918. Once wounded. 

ARTHUR DUDLEY JULIUS. 

Articled to A. O. Julius, of 8 Old Jewry, E.C. Served as Private, 1st 
(Public Schools) Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 



810 RECORD OF SERVICE 

ALEXANDER OCHTERLONY JUPP. 

Admitted Aug. 1908. Of Swindon. Joined Jan. 21, 1917, as Lieut., 
General List, Recruiting Staff. Served at Home. 



EMIL JULIUS KAFI^. (Enlisted under the name of Emile Julius Knight). 
Admitted Nov. 1908. Formerly of 22 Montpelier Square, W. Served as 
Private, 31st Batt. Middlesex Regt. 

TOM DE SHURLAND KAINS. 

Admitted Nov. 1913. Of Exeter. Served as Private, 4th (Public Schools) 
Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 

CHARLES JOHN HERMANN KAPPELL. 

Admitted April 1906, practising at Neath, Glam. Served as Private, 
The Welch Regt. 

FREDERICK WYLIE KAY. 

Articled to T. Wylie Kay, of Blackpool. Joined May 12, 1915, as 2nd 
Lieut., 3rd Batt. Loyal North Lancashire Regt., promoted Lieut. July 1917, 
Capt. July 1917. Served at Home May to Dec. 1915, Egypt and Sinai Dec, 
1915 to Feb. 1917, and in France and Belgium March to Sept. 1917. Wounded 
Ypres Sept. 6, 1917. 

WILLIAM ASTELL KAYE. 

Admitted July 1898. Member of Kekewich, Smith & Kaye, of 2 Suffolk 
Lane, Cannon Street, E.C. Served as Able Seaman, Royal Naval Volunteer 
Reserve (Anti-Aircraft Corps). 

JOHN HENRY KEARNS. 

Admitted Dec, 1906, practising at 128 Seymour Place, Bryanston Square,. 
W. Joined Nov. 14, 1916, as Private, Royal Fusiliers, subsequently transferred 
to Army Pay Corps with rank of Corporal. Served at Home. 

ARTHUR STANLEY KEARTON. 

Articled to J. D. B. Lewis, of Mansion House Chambers, E.C. Joined 
Nov. 1916, as Cadet, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers Dec. 1917, attached 
25th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. May 1918. Served in France. 

REGINALD TOM KEEN. 

Admitted Oct. 1906. Member of Bourne & Keen, of Southam, Warwick- 
shire. Joined April 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 8th Batt. Worcestershire Regt., pro- 
moted Lieut. Aug. 1915, subsequently A /Capt. attached Headquarter Staff 
Tees Garrison, O.C. Physical Training and Bayonet Training. Awarded the 
M.C. Served at Home and in France. Wounded Nov. 5 and 6, 1916. 

CHARLES KEENE. 

Admitted June 1917. Managing Clerk with A. R. Chamberlayne, ol 
45 Parliament Street, Westminster, S.W. Joined Oct. 3, 1918, as Private, 
Royal Army Service Corps. Served at Home. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 311 

THOMAS MANN KEENE. 

Admitted May 1891. Member of Keene & Kelly, of Mold. Served as 
Major, 5th Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers, promoted Lieut. -Col. June 1916. 
Mentioned in Dispatches and awarded O.B.E. 

JOSEPH IBBOTSON KEER. 

Admitted Nov. 1912. Member of Ernest Wilson & Keer, of Sheffield. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 10th Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers Sept. 3, 1914, promoted 
Lieut. Feb. 1915, Capt. Dec. 1915, A/Major Aug. 1918, Temp. Major Oct. 1918, 
transferred to Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) July 1916, (Motors) Sept. 1916, 
(Heavy) or Tank Corps Nov. 1916, and served with Tank Corps until Sept. 
1919. Served in France July 1915 to July 1916, July 1917 to Jan. 1918 and 
Oct. to Nov. 1918, and in Germany (Army of Occupation) April to Sept. 1919. 
Wounded July 1915. 

RICHARD ERNEST CLAYTON KEIGHLEY. 

Articled to Herbert Woodhouse, of Hull. Commissioned 2nd Lieut., 
East Riding Royal Garrison Artillery March 16, 1915, promoted Lieut. June 
1916, A/Capt. March 1917. Served in France. Killed in action in France 
Aug. 1, 1917. 

GERALD KEITH. 

Admitted Nov. 1902. Member of G. and G. Keith, of 18 Southampton 
Street, Holborn, W.C. Joined Dec. 3, 1915, as Lieut., Royal Army Ordnance 
Department, promoted Capt. Sept. 1917. Three times mentioned in Secre- 
tary of State's List. Awarded O.B.E. (Military). Served at Home. 

WILLIAM HENRY KELLEY. 

Articled to Joseph Cockshutt, of Preston. Joined Nov. 1914, as Capt., 
5th Batt. South Lancashire Regt., transferred Royal Air Force with rank 
of Capt. April 1917. Served in France. Wounded twice. Discharged 
May 1918. 

CLAUDE CLIFTON KELLY. 

Admitted July 1905. Member of Kelly & Son, of Ross, Herefordshire. 
Gazetted Aug. 25, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 2/1 Batt. Herefordshire Regt., promoted 
Lieut. May 1915, A /Capt. March 1916. Served at Home and in France. Taken 
prisoner at St. Quentin. 

HUGH CYRIL KELLY. 

Admitted Feb. 1911. Member of Gamlin & Kelly, of Rhyl. Joined Aug. 1, 
1915, as Rifleman, 18th Batt. King's Royal Rifles. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 5th 
Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers Sept. 1915, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1917. Served 
at Home and in France. 

NORMAN LUCIUS KELLY. 

Admitted Dec. 1910, practised at Worplesdon. Served as 2nd Lieut., 2nd 
Batt. Monmouthshire Regt,, promoted Lieut. July 1918. 

ROBERT STEWART KELLY. 

Admitted Nov. 1897. Member of Keene & Kelly, of Mold. Served as 
Capt. 16th (Service) Batt. Royal Welch Fusihers. 



312 RECORD OF SERVICE 

CECIL HERBERT KEMP. 

Admitted Oct. 1908. Chief Assistant Solicitor to the Birmingham Cor- 
poration. Enlisted Nov. 1, 1915, as Gunner, Royal Field Artillery. Commis- 
sioned as 2nd Lieut, in same Regt. Aug. 1917, posted to 12th Battery 7th 
Division Oct. 1917. Served in France and Italy. Gassed during the Austrian 
attack in Italy June 15, 1918. 

WILLIAM ROBERT KEMPSON. 

Articled to W. F. Hansell, of Norwich and Cromer. Mobilised Aug. 1914, 
as Lieut., 1st East Anglian Brigade Royal Field Artillery, attached Royal Naval 
Air Service (East Indies and Egypt Squadron, Port Said) Feb. 1917, seconded 
to Royal Flying Corps and qualified as Observer, promoted Capt. June 1916. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded Croix de Guerre (French Division de 
Syrie). Served in England Aug. 1914 to Oct. 1915, France Nov. 1915 to Feb. 
1916, Egypt, Palestine, and Mediterranean and Red Sea March 1916 to Feb. 
1919. 

HAROLD KENDALL. 

Admitted April 1914, practised at Leeds. Served as Corporal, Army Pay 
Corps. 

PERCY DALE KENDALL. 

Admitted Feb. 1904. Member of Banks, Kendall & Taylor, of LiverpooL 
Joined Aug. 4, 1914, as Private, 10th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. (T.) 
(Liverpool Scottish). Commissioned 2nd Lieut, in same Batt. and Regt. Oct. 14, 

1914, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1915. Served in France and Belgium. Killed 
in action Jan. 25, 1915. Buried at Kemmel, Belgium. 

HADEN MOSTYN KENDRICK. 

Admitted Dec. 1913. Member of H. Haden Kendrick & Son, of Wolver- 
hampton. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, 5th Batt. South Staffordshire Regt. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same Batt. and Regt. March 1915, attached Royal Flying 
Corps July 1916. Served in France. Kjlled in aeroplane accident Sept. 18, 1916. 

THOMAS LUSON KENDRICK. 

Admitted March 1914. Of Taunton. Joined 1/1 Kent Cyclist Batt. as 
Lieut., Aug. 1914, promoted Temp. Capt. Dec. 1914, Permanent Capt. June 1916. 
Served at Home Aug. 1914 to Feb. 1916, and in India Feb. 1916 to Nov. 1919. 

LEONARD MARK KENNAWAY. 

Admitted April 1903, practising at Teignmouth and Newton Abbot. 
Joined Sept. 1, 1914, as Private, 9th Batt. Devonshire Regt. Served at Home. 
Invalided out April 1, 1915. 

CHARLES COURTENAY MARSHALL KENNEDY. 

Admitted Dec. 1907. Managing Clerk with Foyer & Co., of 26 Essex Street, 
Strand, W.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 1st Batt. Hertfordshire Regt., 
Camp Commandant 54th Division Oct. 1914, G.S.O. III. Oct. 1914 to July 

1915, promoted Brigade Major 151st Infantry Brigade (50th Division) 
July 1917, appointed G.S.O. II., 32nd Division, Jan. 1918, G.S.O. II., VI. Corps 
July 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in 
Gallipoli, Egypt, France. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 313 



DOUGLAS WYBURN KENNEDY. 

Admitted May 1905, practising in Solicitor's Department, London County 
Council. Joined Nov. 8, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). 
Served in France and Belgium. Discharged Feb. 8, 1917. 
JOHN KENNEDY. 

Admitted Feb. 1914. Of 25 Abingdon Street, S.W. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
Royal Army Service Corps. 

WILLIAM KENNEDY. 

Admitted Feb. 1907. Member of L. W. Kennedy & Glover, of Ormskirk. 
Joined Dec. 16, 1914, as Private, 17th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt., transferred 
to Inns of Court O.T.C. Sept. 1915. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 21st Batt. King's 
Liverpool Regt. Jan. 20, 1916, transferred to 67th Training Reserve Batt. Sept. 
1916, and promoted Lieut., appointed A/Adjutant Feb. 1917, transferred to 
19th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. Dec. 1917. Served at Home and in France. 
Gassed Jan. 3, 1918. 

IVOR CHARLES KENSHOLE. 

Admitted Jan. 1914. Member of Kensholes & Prosser, of Aberdare, Glam. 
Gazetted Oct. 1914 2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. The Welch Regt. (T.), seconded to 20th 
Batt. Cheshire Regt., and finished as Substantive Capt. 5th Batt. The Welch 
Regt. Served in France June 1916 to July 1917. 

FREDERIC EDWIN KENT. 

Admitted Nov. 1888, practising at Liverpool. Served as Col. Commanding 
West Lancashire Royal Artillery. 

HUGH BULKELEY KENT. 

Admitted Aug. 1886, practising at Liverpool. Mobilized Aug. 1914, as 
Capt., Royal Garrison Artillery, and served at Home until Sept. 1915. 

WILLIAM HENRY KENT. 

Admitted Nov. 1911, practising at 11 Gray's Inn Place, W.C. Served as 
Corporal, No. 4 Coy. (Reserve Batt.) Hon. Artillery Company. 

WILLIAM JOHN KENT. 

Admitted May 1899. Member of Kent & Jones, of Longton. Served as 
Major, 2nd North Midland Brigade Royal Field Artillery. 

EDGAR KENTISH. 

Admitted Jan. 1908. Managing Clerk with Paines, Blyth & Husdath, 
of 14 St. Helen's Place, E.C. Joined July 12, 1917, as Private, Inns of Court 
O.T.C, transferred to Royal Air Service as Corporal Dec. 1917. Served 
at Home. 

WILLIAM KENTISH. 

Admitted April 1908. Member of James, Barton & Kentish, of Birming- 
ham. Joined Sept. 5, 1914, as Private, 14th Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 8th Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt. June 20, 1915, pro- 
moted Temp. Lieut. Nov. 1915, Temp. Capt. May 1916, reverted to substantive 
rank of 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1917, promoted Lieut. July 1917, A/Capt. with 10th 
Batt. Feb. to Nov. 1918, and with 3rd Batt. Nov. 1918 to Feb. 1919. Served 
at Home and in France. Wounded at Cambrai Oct. 21, 1918. 



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BERTIE TRAYTOX KENAVARD. 

Admitted May 1906, practising at 9 Staple Inn, London. Joined Sept. 

1916, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.), promoted Lieut. April 
1918. Served at Home 1916 to 1917, and in France 1917, 1918 and 1919. 

GEOFFREY KENYON. 

Admitted Feb. 1909. Member of Kenyon & Son, of Thorne. Joined 
May 1916, as Private, 8th Batt. Royal Fusiliers, subsequently promoted Lance- 
Corporal. Served in France. Killed Oct. 7, 1916. 

GRANVILLE MONTAGUE KENYON. 

Admitted Nov. 1896, practising at 3 Pancras Lane, Queen Street, E.C. 
Served as Capt., 2nd London Divisional Royal Army Service Corps. 

HAROLD GODFREY KENYON. 

Admitted Jan. 1906. Member of Kenyon & Son, of Thorne and Doncaster, 
and also of 2 South Square, Gray's Inn, W.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 
9th Batt. Middlesex Regt., promoted Major Nov. 1914. Gazetted Capt. 
Royal Field Artillery Feb. 1917, promoted Major Jan. 1918. Served in France, 
Wounded March 21, 1918, and April 29, 1918. 

WILSON KENYON. 

Articled to J. H. Field, of Huddersfield. Joined Jan. 15, 1915, as Private, 
1/5 Batt. Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, 
in same Regt. May 29, 1917, promoted Lieut. Nov. 1918, seconded Machine 
Gun Corps June 1918. Served two years in France and Belgium. 

MALCOLM COLIN KERR. 

Admitted Oct. 1911. Of Manchester. Joined June 6, 1916, as Gunner, 
Royal Field Artillery, and subsequently promoted to Bombardier. 

WILLIAM HENRY MYDDLETON KERSEY. 

Articled to S. Cozens-Hardy, of Norwich. Joined Feb. 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 
Essex and Suffolk Royal Garrison Artillery (T.), promoted Lieut. 1916, Capt. 

1917. Served at Home till Sept. 1916 on Anti-Aircraft work, and subsequently 
with 166th Siege Battery in Belgium and France. Killed near Ypres Oct. 17, 
1917. 

GEOFFREY GOODIER KERSHAW. 

Admitted Feb. 1911, practising with Grundy, Kershaw, Samson & Co., 
of Manchester. Joined Aug. 31, 1914, as Private, 1/6 Batt. Manchester Regt. 
(T.). Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same Regt. April 25, 1915, promoted Lieut. June 
1915, Capt. Aug. 1918. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
M.C. Served in Egypt Sept. 1914 to April 1915, and June 1916 to March 
1917, in Gallipoli April to Aug. 1915, and in France March 1917 to Feb. 1919. 
Wounded Aug. 7, 1915. 

LIONEL KERWOOD. 

Admitted Jan. 1908. Member of Alfred Kerwood & Son, of Birmingham. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914 with the 8th Batt. Worcestershire Regt., promoted Major, 
and subsequently attached to 13th Batt. Cheshire Regt. Killed in action on 
the Somme Oct. 21, 1917. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 315 

PHILIP MALCOLM KERWOOD. 

Articled to his father Alfred Kerwood, of Redditeh. Mobilised, as Lieut., 
8th Batt. Worcestershire Regt. Killed in action in Flanders June 25, 1915. 

JOHN BERTRAM KEVILL. 

Admitted Nov. 1909, practising at Chorley, Lanes. Joined Aug. 1914, as 
Trooper, Duke of Lancaster's Yeomanry. Subsequently Capt. Royal Field 
Artillery. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 5l.C. Served in 
Egypt to Jan. 1915 and subsequently in France. 

FRANCIS HENRY KIDD. 

Admitted Nov. 1909. Member of R. and R. F. Kidd, of North Shields. 
Joined Sept. 27, 1914, as Capt. Tynemouth Royal Garrison Artillery (T.F.), 
promoted Major. Served at Home Sept. 1914 to June 1916, India July to 
Nov. 1916, Mesopotamia Nov. 1916 to April 1918, and in Salonica May to 
Aug. 1918. 

ARTHUR CYRIL KIDSON. 

Articled to A. F. Kidson, of Folkestone. Joined Nov. 9, 1917, as Private, 
No. 8 Officer Cadet Batt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th (Reserve) Batt. East Kent 
Regt. (Buffs) May 1, 1918, transferred to 7th Batt. Oct. 1918. Served in 
France. 

HENRY ARNOLD KILNER. 

Admitted July 1904, practising at Oldham. Joined June 1915, as 2nd 
Lieut., 1/10 Batt. Manchester Regt., promoted Lieut. Oct. 1917, seconded to 
Tank Corps Nov. 1917, A/Capt. Tank Corps Aug. 1918 to Jan. 1919. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home June 1915 
to Jan. 1916, Sinai Penmsula Feb. 1916 to March 1917, and France March 1917 
to Jan. 1919. Wounded April 1918. 

WILLIAM HAROLD KIMPTON. 

Admitted May 1903, practising at Birmingham. Mobilised in Aug. 1914, 
and served with Royal Army Medical Corps until June 1916, when transferred 
to Royal Army Service Corps (South Midland Division) as Lieut., promoted 
Capt. Feb. 1918. Served in France. 

AUSTIN MICHAEL KING. 

Admitted Feb. 1897. Member of Stone, Thomas & King, of Bath. Served 
with French Red Cross in France July to Sept. 1915. Joined Royal Army 
Service Corps March 1916. Commissioned as 2nd Lieut, in same Regt. 
May 1, 1916, promoted Lieut. Nov. 1917. Served in France June 1916 to 
March 1919. 

BERNARD ELLIS KING. 

Articled to A. E. King, of Cambridge. Joined Oct. 1914, as Private, 
28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Norfolk Regt. Nov. 1914, promoted Lieut. July 1916. Given commission 
in Regular Army, promoted A/Capt. July 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded the M.C. Served in Egypt and Palestine. Wounded at Gaza 
April 1917. 



816 RECORD OF SERVICE 

CHARLES FRANCIS KING. 

Admitted April 1914. Member of George C. Carter & Co., of 3 Arundel 
Street, Strand, W.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. 
Commissioned as 2nd Lieut. 9th Batt. Cheshire Regt. Sept. 11, 1914, promoted 
Temp. Lieut. Dec. 1914, Temp. Capt. July 1916, A/Major Jan. 1917, A/Lieut.- 
Col. March 1917, reverted A/]\Iajor July 1917, promoted Temp. Lieut.-Col. and 
transferred to 9th Batt. The Welch Regt. (in command) Oct. 1917, transferred 
to 9th Batt. Cheshire Regt. (in command) Oct. 1918. Twice mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. and Bar and the M.C. Served in France. 
Wounded Aug. 1915, July 1916, and March 1918. 

DAVID KING. 

Admitted Feb. 1915. Member of Ungoed-Thomas & King, of Carmarthen. 
Joined April 1916 as Private, Royal Welch Fusiliers (2nd London Welch). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Welch Fusiliers early 1917. Served in France. 
Killed in action at Pilkem Ridge, Flanders, July 30, 1917. 

EDGAR BLAKE KING. 

Admitted Feb. 1905, practised at 145 Fleet Street, E.C. Served as 2nd 
Lieut., 3rd Wessex Brigade Royal Field Artillery. 

FRITZ HUBERT KING. 

Articled to H. H. Scott, of Gloucester. Joined Jan. 6, 1915, as Private, 
Royal Army Ordnance Corps, subsequently promoted Corporal. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. Gloucestershire Regt. March 3, 1919. Served in France June to Dec. 
1915, and in Balkans Dec. 1915 to June 1918. 

GEOFFREY STUART KING. 

Articled to J. A. Forward, of Chard. Joined Aug. 8, 1914, as Private, 
West Somerset Yeomanry. Commissioned 2nd Lieut. West Somerset Yeo- 
manry Oct. 6, 1914, seconded to Machine Gun Corps March 1917, promoted 
Capt. Aug. 1917, Temp. Major Feb. 1918. Awarded the M.C. Served in 
France 1917 to 1919. Wounded March 1918. 

GUY STANDISH KING. 

Admitted May 1906, practising at 10 Little College Street, Westminster, 
S.W. Served as 2nd Lieut., Royal Garrison Artillery. 
HAROLD KING. 

Admitted June 1912. Assistant County SoHcitor to the North Riding 
of Yorkshire County Council. Joined Dec. 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Border Regt., 
transferred to Royal Field Artillery May 1917. Served in France and Belgium. 
Gassed and nephritis March 1918. Discharged Sept. 1918. 

HARRY TREVOR KING. 

Admitted Aug. 1912, practising at Bury. Served as Trooper, Derbyshire 
Yeomanry (Reserve Regt.). 

JOHN SKELTON CLARKE KING. 

Admitted June 1912, practised at Brighton. Enlisted in the 4th Batt. 
Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry and attained the rank of Sergeant. Awarded 
the D.C.M. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry Nov. 
1915. Killed in action May 3, 1916. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 317 

REGINALD HENRY KING. 

Admitted Oct. 1907. With Bridgman & Co., of 4 College Hill, E.C. 
Joined Sept. 18, 1916, as Cadet. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service 
Corps Oct. 26, 1916, promoted Lieut. Oct. 1918, A/Capt. Feb. 1919, retaining 
rank until June 1920. Served with North Russian Expeditionary Force. 
Taken prisoner on mutiny of Russian White Guards of the Onega River 
Column and handed over to Bolsheviks on July 20, 1919, taken to Moscow 
and kept in a common gaol with ordinary criminals for eight months. 
Released March 28, 1920. 

RICHARD HENRY KING. 

Admitted Oct. 1906, practised at Mansfield. Joined May 8, 1916, as 
Cadet, Nottingham University College O.T.C. Gazetted Temp. 2nd Lieut. 
3rd Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters) Jan. 25, 1917, and 
afterwards attached to 12th Batt. Served at Home May 1916 to March 
1917 and in France March to June 1917. Killed in action near Ypres 
June 27, 1917. 

THOiAL^^S CHARLES KING. 

Articled to R. H. King, of 10 Ironmonger Lane, E.C. Joined as Private, 
University of London O.T.C, afterwards Corporal 28th Batt. County of 
London Regt. (Artists Rifles). 

RICHARD ROBERT KINGSBURY. 

Admitted Aug. 1909. Member of Kingsbury & Turner, of 369 and 371 
Brixton Road, S.W. Joined Sept. 7, 1917, as Private, 2/28 Batt. County of 
London Regt. (Artists Rifles), promoted Lance-Corporal in 1918. Served at 
Home. 

THOIMAS KINGSBURY. 

Admitted Oct. 1910. Member of Kingsbury & Turner, of 369 and 371 
Brixton Road, S.W. Joined Dec. 2, 1914, as Rifleman, 5th City of London 
Batt. London Regt. (London Rifle Brigade), and subsequently promoted 
Sergeant. Awarded the D.C.M. Served in France. Wounded at Passchen- 
daele, Belgium, Sept. 20, 1917. 

GERALD MONTAGUE KINGSFORD. 

Admitted Oct. 1908. Member of Kingsford, Arrowsmith & Wightwich, 
of Canterbury. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt,, 4th Batt. East Kent Regt. 
(The Buffs), promoted Major June 1916, attached to 4th Batt. The Queen's 
Own Royal West Kent Regt. as Lieut.-Col. Aug. 1919. Served at Home, 
India, Aden, North-West Frontier, Baluchistan, and Derajat District. 

GUY THORNHILL KINGSFORD. 

Admitted Dec. 1906. Of Sekondi, Gold Coast Colony. Served as Major, 
1st London Division Royal Engineers. Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
D.S.O. 

FRANK ALFORD KINGSWELL. 

Admitted June 1907, practised at Wakefield. Obtained commission 
in The Queen's Own Yorkshire Dragoons, subsequently promoted Lieut, and 
attached to The Rifle Brigade. Killed in action March 23, 1918. 



318 RECORD OF SERVICE 

SIDNEY HURLSTON KIRBY. 

Articled to F. T. Dorman, of 23 Essex Street, W.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
7th (Reserve) Batt. Royal Warwickshii-e Regt, promoted Lieut. Aug. 1918. 
HAROLD KIRKCONNEL. 

Admitted July 1899. Managing Clerk with W. F. & W. Willoughby, 
of Daventry. Joined Feb. 1915, as Private, Grenadier Guards. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Cheshire Regt. Oct. 21, 1915, transferred to Royal Welch 
Fusiliers April 1916, promoted Lieut. July 1917. Served in France. 
LAA\TIENCE JOSHUA KIRKHAIM. 

Admitted Oct. 1906, practising at Sheffield. Joined Dec. 11, 1916, as 
Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army 
Service Corps (M.T.) Dec. 18, 1917. Served in France Jan. to Oct. 1917 and 
Dec. 1917 to April 1919. 

ERNEST ROYALTON KISCH. 

Admitted Dec. 1911. Member of Adler & Perowne, of 46 and 47 London 
Wall, E.C. Joined Dec. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 13th Batt. London Regt., promoted 
Lieut. June 1915, Capt. June 1916. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home 
1914 to 1916, France June to Dec. 1916, Salonica Dec. 1916 to June 1917, 
Palestine June 1917 to March 1919. 

EUSTACE NUGENT KITCAT. 

Articled to W. H. Hunt, of Lennox House, Norfolk Street, Strand. Joined 
June 11, 1915, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in 2/7 Batt. West Yorkshire Regt. (Leeds Rifles) Nov. 14, 
1915, promoted Lieut. June 1916. Served in France Jan. 1917 to Feb. 1918. 
AYounded Sept. 21, 1917. 

EDWARD BAGEHOT KITE. 

Admitted April 1898. Member of G. H. Kite & Sons and W. Poole & Kites, 
of Taunton, and North Curry. Served as Major, 5th Batt. Somerset Light 
Infantry. 

HERBERT TRENCHARD KITE. 

Admitted Feb. 1909. Member of G. H. Kite & Sons and W. Poole & Kites, 
of Taunton and North Curry. Served as Capt., 5th (Reserve) Batt. Somerset 
Light Infantry. 

HENRY LANE KITSON. 

Admitted Aug. 1897. Member of Kitson & Trotman, of Beaminster, 
Dorset. Mobihsed Aug. 1914, as Capt., 1st V.B. Dorset Regt., promoted Major 
Oct. 1914, Lieut.-Col. May 1917. Served in India and Mesopotamia. 

WALTER KIXLOCH KITSON. 

Admitted Feb. 1904. Member of Kitsons, Hutchings, Easterbrook & Co., 
of Torquay. Served as Lieut., 5th (Reserve) Batt. Devonshire Regt. 

ARTHUR HAROLD LASCELLES KNAPP. 

Admitted Jan. 1913, practising at 1 King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.C. 
Joined the Army Reserve Class B, Dec. 11, 1915, transferred as Gunner to Royal 
Marine Artillery March 1916. Served with Grand Fleet (H.M.S. Barham, 
Flagship 5th Battle Squadron). 



RECORD OF SERVICE 319 

GEORGE CREASY KNEE. 

Admitted Oct. 1906. Deputy Town Clerk of Hull. Joined Nov. 1914, 
as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. East Yorkshire Regt., promoted Lieut. Jan. 1915, 
Capt. April 1915, attached to 8th Batt. in France. Killed by shell at Arras 
May 3, 1917. 

GEORGE BROOK IQ^IGHT. 

Admitted Nov. 1902, practising at Farnborough, Hants. Served as Capt., 
7th Batt. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. 

JOHN HALL KNIGHT. 

Admitted Aug. 1888. Member of Knight & Sons, of Newcastle-under- 
Lyme, Staffs. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Lieut. -Col. and Hon. Col., 5th Batt. 
North Staffordshire Regt. Mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France. 
Killed at attack on Hohenzollern Redoubt Oct. 13, 1915. 

JOHN HENRY KNIGHT. 

Admitted Feb. 1909, practising at Bath. Joined Aug. 20, 1916, and became 
a Cadet. Wounded June 3, 1917. 

JOSEPH KNIGHT. 

Admitted March 1906, practising at Southampton. Mobilised Aug. 4, 
1914, as Capt., Royal Artillery (T.F.), promoted Major June 1915. Served in 
France and Belgium 1916 to 1919. 

PERCY NORMAN KNIGHT. 

Articled to J. W. Tilling, of Devonshire Chambers, 146 Bishopsgate, E.C. 
Joined Aug. 31, 1914, as Rifleman, 16th Batt. London Regt. (Queen's West- 
minster Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 10th Batt. London Regt. Nov. 14, 1914, 
promoted Lieut. July 1916, Capt. Nov. 1917, attached to 162nd Company 
Machine Gun Corps and promoted A/Major March 1918. Served at Home 
Aug. 1914 to Sept. 1915, GallipoU Sept. to Nov. 1915, Egypt Nov. 1915 to Nov. 
1917, Palestine and Syria Nov. 1917 to Aug. 1919. 

WILLIAM BERNARD KNIGHT. 

Admitted Nov. 1908. Member of Colman & Knight, of 11 Gray's Inn 
Square, W.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. North Staffordshire Regt., 
attached to 1st Batt. Bedfordshire Regt. Killed in action on Hill 60, near 
Ypres, April 21, 1915. 

HERBERT WHEATLEY KNOCKER. 

Admitted Feb. 1901. Member of Kjiocker, Knocker & Co., of Sevenoaks. 
Served as Capt., West Riding Regt. 

ROGER BIRKBECK KNOTT. 

Admitted Aug. 1912, practising at 36 Bedford Row, W.C. Served as 2nd 
Lieut., Salford Batt. Royal Fusiliers, subsequently attamed the rank of Major. 
Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 

ARTHUR KNOWLES. 

Admitted May 1906. Member of F. Knowles & Son, of Hyde, Cheshire. 
Joined Aug. 7, 1916, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). Served in 
Macedonia. 



320 RECORD OF SERVICE 

EDGAR LAWTON KJs^OWLES. 

Articled to Arthur Knowles, of Hyde. Joined April 14, 191C, as Private, 
Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). Served at Home. 

FRANK HENRY KNOWLES. 

Admitted May 1911, practised at York. Joined Aug. 1914, as Capt., 5th 
Batt. West Yorkshire Regt. Served in France. Killed in action at Bullecourt 
May 3, 1917. 

GEOFFREY KNOWLES. 

Admitted Nov. 1911, practising at Leeds. Joined Aug. 1914 Leeds 
University O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery Oct. 1915, 
promoted Lieut. July 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
M.C. Served in France and Belgium. Wounded Nov. 7, 1914. 

HEDLEY KNOWLES. 

Articled to M. R. Knowles, of Skipton, Yorks. Mobilised Aug. 1914, 
as 2nd Lieut., 1/6 Batt. Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regt., promoted 
Lieut. Dec. 1914. Served in France. Killed May 30, 1915. 

WDLLIAM DOUDNEY KNOWLES. 

Admitted Oct. 1911, practising at Liverpool. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
5th Batt. South Lancashire Regt. (T.), subsequently attained the rank 
of Capt. 

HENRY RICHARD KNOYLE. 

Articled to W^ M. Knoyle, of Glanamman, Carmarthenshire. Joined 
Dec. 3, 1915, as Private, 27th Batt. Royal Fusiliers, transferred to 32nd Batt. 
and afterwards to 3rd Batt. Served in France May 1916 to March 1917 and 
June to Oct. 1918, and Salonica Nov. 1917 to May 1918. Wounded at Le 
Catelet, France, Oct. 3, 1918. 

CHARLES EDWARD KUFEKE. 

Articled to J. G. Alexander, of Liverpool. Served as Private, 3rd (City) 
Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. 

KENNETH KUSEL. 

Admitted July 1905, practising at Liverpool. Served as Private, 797th 
Area Employment Company. 

CECIL JOHN FAIRFAX KYNASTON. 

Admitted May 1904. Managing Clerk with Thomas Eggar & Co., of 
Brighton; and Winchester House, E.C. Joined June 1917, as 2nd Lieut., 
Royal Flying Corps, promoted Lieut. Royal Air Force Sept. 1918. Served 
at Home. 

ARTHUR VENABLES KYRKE. 

Admitted June 1878. Member of Canning & Kyrke, of Chard, Somerset. 
Commanded 11th Batt. Somerset Light Infantry (commission dated Dec. 18, 
1914), Lieut.-Col., attached to Staff of X. Corps, B.E.F., May 1917. Retired 
Aug. 26, 1918. Served at Home (Eastern Coast Defence), and France and 
Flanders. Lost left eye (by accident) on duty on Active Service. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 821 

CYRIL DUNMAN LACEY. 

Admitted April 1906. Member of Lacey & Son, of Bournemouth. Joined 
Sept. 1914, as Private, 16th Batt. Middlesex Rcgt. Commissioned as 2nd Lieut. 
9th Batt. King's Royal Rifle Corps Dec. 30, 1914, promoted Lieut. June 1915, 
Capt. Aug. 1916, Major Dec. 1916. Four times mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded the M.C. Served at Home and in France, also with Military Mission 
to Siberia, commanding Batt. in Anglo-Russian Brigade. Twice wounded. 

GEORGE NELSON LACEY. 

Admitted Dec. 1910. Managing Clerk with Light & Fulton, of 1 Laurence 
Pountney Hill, E.C. Joined Dec. 29, 1917, as Cadet, 22nd (Garrison) Officer 
Cadet Batt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Labour Corps May 19, 1918, promoted Lieut. 
Nov. 1919. Served at Home. 

CHARLES CLARENCE LADDS. 

Articled to W. H. Sturton, of Peterborough. Joined Aug. 27, 1918, as 
Hydrophone Operator, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Served at Home. 

JOHN ERIC LADNER. 

Admitted Nov. 1905. Of London. Served as Private, 18th Batt. Royal 
Fusiliers. 

JOHN LAING. 

Admitted Dec. 1896, practising at Bamburgh, Northumberland. Joined 
Feb. 11, 1915, as Capt., 2/1 Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers (2nd Tyneside 
Scottish). Served in France. 

WILLIAM FREDERICK LAING. 

Articled to L. S. Iliff, of Sunderland. Joined Sept. 5, 1914, as Private, 
7th Batt. Durham Light Infantry. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same Regt. March 5, 
1915, promoted Lieut. Nov. 1915, Capt. and Adjutant Jan. 1916. Awarded 
the M.C. Served in France. Wounded at Arras April 11, 1917. Taken 
prisoner at Chemin des Dames May 27, 1918. 

ROBERT EDWARD ALGERNON LAIRD. 

Articled to Austen Whetham, of Bridport. Joined Dec. 1, 1915, as 
Rifleman, 5th City of London Batt. London Regt. (London Rifle Brigade), 
subsequently transferred to 17th Batt. King's Royal Rifle Corps. Served in 
France. Killed Oct. 15, 1916. 

ARTHUR BERNARD MARSHALL LAKE. 

Articled to L. S. Cleaver, of Liverpool. Served as Lieut., 5th Batt. 
Cheshire Regt., subsequently promoted Capt. 

HAROLD WALTER LAKE. 

Admitted April 1909, practising at Bury St. Edmunds. Joined Jan. 5, 
1917, as 2nd Lieut., Coldstream Guards, subsequently promoted Lieut. 
Awarded the M.C. Served in France. 

WILLIAM WALTON LAKE. 

Admitted March 1911. Member of W. J. Lake & Son, 61 Carey Street, 
Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Joined Aug. 7, 1916, as Gunner, Royal Field Artillery 



322 RECORD OF SERVICE 

(T.F,), and attained the rank of Sergeant. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same Regt. 
Feb. 1918, and Lieut. Aug. 1919. Served at Home. 

LIONEL VICTOR POLLOCK LALONDE. 

Articled to John Hodge, of Weston-super-Mare. Joined Sept. 1914, as 
Trooper, Royal Gloucestershire Hussars. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 9th Batt. 
Somerset Light Infantry April 1915, and afterwards transferred to 45th Coy. 
Machine Gun Corps. Served in France. Died March 31, 1916, from pneumonia 
contracted whilst in trenches. 

LEONARD WILLIA^I HENRY LAMAISON. 

Admitted April 1900. Member of Powell, Burt & Lamaison, of 28 and 29 
St. Swithin's Lane, E.C. Joined Sept. 1914 Inns of Court O.T.C. Subse- 
quently gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Warwickshire Regt., promoted Lieut. 1916. 
Served in France. Killed in action near Laventie July 2, 1916. 

ARTHUR FREDERICK THURLOW LAMB. 

Articled to J. A. Grundy, of Manchester. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 6th (Service) 
Batt. York and Lancaster Regt. Aug. 25, 1914, promoted Lieut. Feb. 1915, 
Capt. Jan. 1916. Served in Gallipoli (Suvla Bay) July 1915 to Jan. 1916, 
Egypt Jan. to June 1916, France July to Dec. 1916 and Jan. to March 1918. 
Wounded near Cambrai March 21, 1918. 

ARTHUR JOHN LAMB. 

Admitted Dec. 1913. Member of Dennes, Lamb and Drysdale, of Southend. 
Joined Dec. 13, 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company, and attained rank 
of Bombardier. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 6th London Brigade Royal Field Artillery 
Aug. 1, 1915, promoted Lieut. June 1916, Capt. July 1917, Brigade Signal 
Officer 140th Brigade, 41st Division, Aug. 1918 to Jan. 1919, Classification Officer 
Signal Classification Board, Eastern Command Headquarters. Served at Home 
and in France. 

BRUCE LAMB. 

Admitted May 1900, practising at Andover. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 
Capt., Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry, promoted Major 1915, 2nd in command 1918. 
Served at Home. 

ERIC CHARLES EDWARD LAMB. 

Admitted Feb. 1900, practising at 9 & 10 King Street, Cheapside, E.C. 
Joined March 17, 1917, as Gunner, Royal Horse Artillery. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. Dec. 1, 1917, and posted to 11th Divisional Train Jan. 6, 1918. Served 
in France. 

JOHN ELLIOT LAMB. 

Admitted Aug. 1901, practising at Caistor, Lincolnshire. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914 as Major commanding 1st North Midland (Reserve) Brigade Royal 
Field Artillery. Served at Home. 

JOSEPH LAMB. 

Articled to G. K. Taylor, of Liverpool. Served as Private, 10th Batt. 
King's Liverpool Regt. (Liverpool Scottish) (T.). 



RECORD OF SERVICE 323 

ALEC SYDNEY LAMBERT. 

Articled to H. W. Fawcett, of Bridlington. Joined Aug. 12, 1915, as 
2nd Lieut., 3/5 Batt. Yorkshire Regt. (T.F.), transferred to East Riding Royal 
Garrison Artillery (T.F.) Oct. 1916, promoted Lieut. April 1918, A/Capt. 
March 1919. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home and in France. 

BASIL SYLVESTER LAMBERT. 

Admitted May 1908, practised at Brighton. Served as Gunner, 86th 
Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery. 

DUDLEY DAVIES LAMBERT. 

Admitted Jan. 1907. With Chamberlain & Johnson, of Llandudno. 
Joined July 12, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 6th Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers (T.), 
promoted Temp. Lieut. April 1916, Temp. Capt. July 1916 to July 1917, 
Substantive Lieut. July 1917, Temp. Capt. and Judicial Officer (Class FF) 
Nov. 1918, employed under Occupied Enemy Territory Administration, 
Palestine (South), as President of the Court of First Instance, Jerusalem. 
Served in Palestine 1917, 1918, 1919. 

ERIC TOM LAMBERT. 

Admitted Sept. 1903, of Bombay. Served as Capt., Bombay Artillery. 

FRANCIS JOHN LAMBERT. 

Admitted Feb. 1909, practising at Gateshead-upon-Tyne. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Capt., 9th Batt. Durham Light Infantry, promoted Staff Capt. 
and Brigade Major 190th Brigade. Awarded the O.B.E. (Military Division). 
Served at Home and in Ireland. 

GEOFFREY FONTAINE LAMBERT. 

Articled to C. B. Hepworth, of Coventry House, South Place, Finsbury, 
E.C. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Obtained com- 
mission as 2nd Lieut. Hertfordshire Regt. Feb. 1915. Served at Home Sept. 
1914 to July 1915 and in France July 1915 to April 1916. Wounded near 
Festubert April 1, 1916, and died at British Red Cross Hospital No. 2, Rouen, 
France, April 15, 1916. 

JOHN BERNARD WATSON LAMBERT. 

Member of Lamberts, of Malvern. Joined Nov. 22, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 
Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). Served in France. 

NORMAN FORSTER LAMBERT. 

Admitted Dec. 1912. Member of Lambert & Lambert, of Gateshead- 
xipon-Tyne. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 9th Batt. Durham Light 
Infantry, promoted Temp. Capt. April 1915, Substantive Capt. June 1916. 
Served in France and Belgium from April 1915. 

THOMAS LAMBERT. 

Admitted Nov. 1900, practising at Gateshead. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 
Capt., 9th Batt. Durham Light Infantry, subsequently appointed O.C. 9th 
Batt. Durham Light Infantry Depot. Served at Home. Discharged July 24, 
1917. 



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^VILLIAM ASHCROFT LAMBERT. 

Admitted May 1908, practising at Sheffield. Joined Sept. 1, 1918, as 
Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Served at Home. 

LAWRENCE LAMONBY. 

Admitted Feb. 1908. Member of Lamonby & Lamonby, of Penrith. 
Served as Capt., 4th Batt. Border Regt., promoted Major July 1917. Men- 
tioned in Dispatches. Awarded D.S.O. 

CHARLES FRANK LAMPARD. 

Admitted Nov. 1902, practising at 6 Gray's Inn Square, W.C. Joined 
1914, as Lance-Sergeant, 9th (Service) Batt. Norfolk Regt. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 10th Batt. Norfolk Regt., promoted Lieut. April 1917. 

ARTHUR JAMES LAMPORT. 

Admitted Feb. 1909. Of Southampton. Served as Trooper, Hants 
Yeomanry (Carabineers). 
CHARLES EDWARD LANCASTER. 

Articled to R. Lancaster, of Loughborough, and Coalville. Joined 
Sept. 1914, as Private, University and Public Schools Corps. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 1st Batt. Leicestershire Regt. (Regular Army) about Sept. 1916. Served 
in France Oct. 1915 to March 1918. Killed in action March 21, 1918. 

W ILLIAM HENRY LAND. 

Admitted Nov. 1883. Of Halifax. Served as Colonel commanding 4th 
(Reserve) Batt. West Riding Regt. 

FRANCIS PALMER LANDON. 

Admitted July 1899. Member of E. F. ife H. Landon, of 53 New Broad 
Street, London, E.C. Joined Jan. 1915 Royal Army Service Corps O.T.C, 
and subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut., promoted Lieut. April 1915, Capt. 
Feb. 1916, Major June 1917. Served at Home 1915, 1918, and 1919, and in 
France 1916 and 1917. 
JOSEPH HERBERT ARTHUR LANDON. 

Admitted Nov. 1910, practised at 53 New Broad Street, E.C. Served as 
Capt. Royal Flying Corps, and as Major 4th Batt. Essex Regt. Mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. 

HECTOR ALAN LANE. 

Admitted Nov. 1911. With Sisson & Delay, of Singapore. Gazetted 
Lieut. 1st Batt. East Lancashire Regt. on outbreak of War, and went to Flanders 
April 1915. Killed in action near Ypres May 13, 1915. 

JOHN DL^'N LANE. 

Articled to W. G. Earengey, of Cheltenham. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private^ 
Gloucestershire Regt., promoted Corporal Oct. 1916. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Machine Gun Corps May 28, 1917, promoted Lieut. Nov. 1918. Awarded the 
D.C.M. Served in France March 1915 to Jan. 1917 and Oct. 1917 to July 1918. 
Wounded Aug. 1916. 

JOHN KIRKLAND LANE. 

Admitted April 1910, practising at Southwell, Notts. Mobilised Aug. 1914, 
as Lieut., 8th Batt. Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regt.), promoted 



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Capt. Nov. 1914-, Temp. Major May 1916, attached Northumberland Fusihers 
Dec. 1917. Served 2 years in France and Belgium, and remainder of time at 
Home. Wounded May 1915, 

WILLIAM ARTHUR POWLETT LANE. 

Admitted Feb. 1902. Of 14 Carlyle Square, Chelsea, S.W. Served as 
Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 2nd Reserve Batt. Royal Naval 
Division. 

JOSEPH CHARLTON LANE-CLAYPON. 

Admitted Dec. 1905, practising at Mercers Hall, Ironmonger Lane, E.C. 
Joined Nov. 23, 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists 
Rifles). Gazetted Temp, 2nd Lieut. 7th Batt, Leicestershire Regt. Dec. 5, 1915, 
transferred to General List (Intelligence Corps) March 1917, promoted Temp. 
Lieut. July 1917. Wounded on Western Front July 15, 1916. 

ERNEST PHILIP HENRY LANG. 

Admitted Nov. 1905. Of Hong Kong. Served as Lieut., 1/1 Batt. 
Monmouthshire Regt. 

EDWARD HENNAH LANGHAM. 

Admitted Feb. 1900. Member of Langham, Son & Douglas, of Hastings, 
and 10 New Court, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Major, 5th 
(Cinque Ports) Batt. Royal Sussex Regt., 2nd in Command of Batt. Feb. 
1915, on Staff of VIII. Corps, France and Belgium, 1916 and 1917. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France and Belgium 1915 to 1919. 
IVounded at Battle of Festubert May 9, 1915. 

FREDERICK GEORGE LANGHAM. 

Admitted July 1888. Member of Langham, Son & Douglas, of 10 New 
Court, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Served as Lieut. -Col. commanding 5th Batt. 
(Cinque Ports) Roval Sussex Regt. Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
C.M.G. 

COLIN KENDALL LANGLEY. 

Admitted May 1914, practising at Birmingham. Served as Private, Hon. 
Artillery Company. 

CYRIL OWEN LANGLEY. 

Admitted Dec. 1903. Member of Fowler, Langley & Wright, of Wolver- 
hampton. Mobilised Aug. 5, 1914, as 2nd Lieut,, 6th Batt, South Staffordshire 
Regt., promoted Capt, and Adjutant Sept. 1914, Brigade-Major 2/1 Stafford- 
shire Infantry Brigade May 1915, Staff Capt. 176th Infantry Brigade, 59th 
Division, B.E.F., Feb. 1916, Staff Capt. Headquarters No. 12 District, Sept. 
1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home 1914 and 1915, in 
France 1916 and 1917, and in Ireland 1916, 1917, 1918, and 1919. 

FRANCIS ED:\IUND LANGLEY. 

Admitted 1875. Of 76a High Street, St. John's Wood, N.W. Served 
as Capt., 8th (Service) Batt. The Queen's Royal West Surrey Regt. 

WILLIAM HmiPHRIES LANGLEY-SMITH. 

Articled to W. H. Langley-Smith, of Gloucester. Joined Sept. 11, 1916, as 
Private, 2/5 Batt. Norfolk Regt., appointed Lance-Corporal Nov. 1916 but 



326 RECORD OF SERVICE 

reverted to Private at o\vn request F(b. 1917, clerk to Headquarter Staff 
2C8th Infantry Brigade March to Oct. 1917, transferred to Royal Army Service 
Corps (M.T.) Oct. 1917. Served at Heme Sept. 1916 to Jan. 1918 and Nov. 
to Dec. 1919, in India Jan. to Oct. 1918 and July to Nov. 1919, and in Persia 
Oct. 1918 to July 1919. 

JOSEPH LAWRENCE LANGTON. 

Articled to J. D. Langton, of 2 Paper Buildings, Temple, E.C. Joined 
Oct. 1916, as Sub. -Lieut., Royal Naval Air Service, promoted Lieut. Royal Air 
Force April 1918. Served with Grand Fleet, H.M.S. Furious. 

ERIC ALLPORT LANKESTER. 

Admitted March 1893, practising at 10 Charles Street, St. James's Square, 
S.W. Rejoined Hon. Artillery Company as Capt., Aug. 5, 1914, promoted 
Major Nov. 1916. Three times mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home 
Aug. to Sept. 1914 and in July 1915, France and Belgium Sept. 1914 to July 
1915, and aftei-wards in America. Wounded at Hooge June 16, 1915. 

OWEN HECKFORD LAPTHORN. 

Articled to L. N. Blake, of Portsmouth. Joined July 1, 1915, as Cadet, Inns 
of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Rojal Field Artillery (Special Reserve) 
Aug. 12, 1916. Served in Flanders (Ypres Salient). Killed in action near 
Zillebeke May 28, 1917. 

ALBERT JAMES LARCOMBE. 

Articled to Horace Garland, of 165 Queen Victoria Street, E.C. Joined 
Nov. 6, 1915, as Private, Royal Army Medical Corps. Served in France. 

GERALD CHARLES WILLIAM LARGE. 

Admitted Jan. 1911, practising at Coventry. Served as Lieut., 7th Batt. 
Royal W arwickshire Regt. 

EDMUND DARKEN. 

Admitted Aug. 1900. Member of Toynbee, Larken, Mason & Co. ; and Larken 
& Co., of Lincoln, and Newark. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., Lincolnshire 
Yecmanry, promoted Major 1915, Temp. Lieut. -Col. July 1917, Headquarter 
Staff at Northern Command, York, Feb. to Sept. 1916, G.H.Q. France to June 
1919. Five times mentioned in Dispatches including special mention by name 
in body of Sir D. Haig's Final Dispatch. Awarded O.B.E. and C.B.E. 
Served at Heme and France. 

AREERNE MERE LATHAM. 

Admitted Oct. 1898. Member of Stutbs & Latham, of Finsbury Pavement, 
E.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., Royal Field Artillery, appointed to 
15th D.A.C. June 1915, as Capt., posted to 16th D.A.C. Feb. 1916, commanded 
No. 1 Section, which in Feb. 1917 became the 77th Army Brigade Ammunition 
Column. Served in France. 

HAROLD LATHAIVI. 

Articled to W. H. Tyrer, Town Clerk of Wigan. Joined Feb. 1915, as 
Corporal, Eoyal Engineers. Served in France and Belgium July 1915 to Oct. 
1918. Died from wounds Oct. 7, 1918. 



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FARQUHAR WILLIA^I FORBES LATHOM. 

Admitted Feb. 1904, practising at Luton, Bedfordshire. Joined Sept. 17, 
1914, as Capt., 2/5 Batt. Bedfordshire Regt., promoted Major July 1915, 
Major (Second in Command) 4th Batt. Bedfordshire Regt. Oct. to Dec. 1917, 
Major (Second in Command) 1/28 Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles) 
Dec. 1917 to March 1918. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home Sept. 1914 to 
Oct. 1917, and in France Oct. 1919 to March 1918. Wounded at Ypres, near 
Cambrai, March 24, 1918. 

HENRY LATTEY. 

Admitted April 1882, practising at 138 Leadenhall Street, E.C. Joined 
Sept. 9, 1914, as Company Sergeant-Major, Corps of School of Musketry, Bisley. 
Gazetted Lieut. Oct. 1915, promoted Capt. Jan. 1916. Served at Home 
Sept. 1914 to June 1916, and in France June 1916 to Sept. 1918. Discharged 
Sept. 1918. 

HENRY PATRICK TABOR LATTEY. 

Admitted Feb. 1909. Managing Clerk with Payne & Co., of Bombay, 
India. Joined April 30, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Indian Army Reserve of Officers, 
attached 7th Gurkha Rifles, promoted Lieut. April 1916, Capt. April 1919. 
Served in Mesopotamia Sept. 1915 to Feb. 1916, and July 1916 to Feb. 1917, 
and on Indian Frontier March 1918. Wounded at Ctesiphon Nov. 22, 1915, 
and at Advance on Bagdad Jan. 16, 1917. 

EDWARD OSBORN LAUDERDALE. 

Admitted Feb. 1913. Managing Clerk with Dunderdale & Dehn, of 85 
London Wall, E.C. Joined Sept. 3, 1914, as Private, 19th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. The Welch Regt. May 12, 1915, subsequently promoted 
Lieut, and A/Capt., A/Staff Capt. 58th Infantry Brigade. Served at Home 
Sept. 1914 to Dec. 1916, and in France Dec. 1916 to April 1919. 

FRANK ASHLEY LAVENDER. 

Admitted Dec. 1907, practised at Wolverhampton, and Walsall. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. South Staffordshire Regt. Nov. 1915, and went to the front June 
1916. Killed in action March 14, 1917. 

FRANTCLIN LAVENDER. 

Articled to E. Griffiths, of Bishop's Castle. Joined Aug. 24, 1914, as 
Private, Hon. Artillery Company (Infantry). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 10th Bed- 
fordshire Regt. Oct. 7, 1915, transferred to Machine Gun Corps March 1916, 
promoted Lieut. May 1917. Served in France Sept. 1914 to June 1915 and 
Aug. 1916 to Oct. 1917. Wounded at Ypres June 9, 1915. 

EDGAR LAVERACK. 

Articled to E. A. Laverack, of Hull. Joined Sept. 10, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
4th Batt. East Yorkshire Regt. (T.), promoted Lieut. June 1916, Capt. July 
1916. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home Sept. 1914 to May 
1915 and April 1916 to April 1917, and in France May 1915 to April 1916 
and April 1917 to May 1918. Taken prisoner at Chemin des Dames, May 28, 
1918. 



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NEVILLE ALFRED GWYNN LAVINGTON. 

Admitted April 1907. Member of Titley, Long & Lavington, of Bath. 
Joined Oct. 11, 1915, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). Gazetted 
2nd Lieut, in same Regt. Dec. 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1917. Served in 
France and Italy (2 years overseas). 

HENRY TIFFING LAWDEN. 

Admitted Oct. 1913, practising at 28 John Street, Bedford Row, W.C. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company (Machine Gun Section). 
At Royal Military College, Sandhurst, Dec. 1914 to May 1915. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. Royal Scots Fusiliers and Machine Gun Corps May 1915, promoted 
Lieut. April 1916, A/Capt. Jan. 1919. Awarded the M.C. Served in France 
May 1915 to Aug. 1916 and May 1918 to Feb. 1919. In Palestine Nov. 1917 
to May 1918, and in India from Feb. 1920. Wounded Dec. 13, 1914, and 
July 23, 1916. 

CHARLES AIKIN LAWFORD. 

Admitted April 1903. Managing Clerk with Rooper & Whately, of 17 
Lincoln's Inn Fields. Joined May 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 10th Batt. South 
Staffordshire Regt., promoted Lieut. May 1916, Capt. Nov. 1917, Staff Capt. 
22nd Infantry Brigade. Three times mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
M.C. and Italian Croce di Guerra. Served at Home 1915 to 1916, France 
1916 to 1917, and Italy 1917 to 1919. 

HERBERT MARTIN BENSON LAWFORD. 

Admitted Oct. 1911. Member of Longueville & Co., of Oswestry. Obtained 
commission in Royal Fusiliers on outbreak of War, and promoted Capt. June 
1915. Wounded March 1916 and returned to front in Sept. 1916. Reported 
missing Oct. 7, 1916, and subsequently officially reported killed in action on 
that day. 

Sir ALEXANDER WALDEMAR LAWRENCE, Bart. 

Admitted Aug. 1902, practised at 3 King's Bench Walk, E.C. Served as 
Able Seaman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (Anti- Aircraft Corps). 

ARTHUR LAWRENCE. 

Admitted April 1909. Member of Wm. Lawrence, of Millom. Joined 
March 1917, as Private, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, promoted Armourer 
Staff-Sergeant 4th Batt. Hampshire Regt. Awarded the Russian Albert 
Medal. Served in Ireland. 

CHARLES PHILIP LAWRENCE. 

Articled to the late E. K. Blyth, of 112 Gresham House, Old Broad Street, 
E.C, and employed after passing final in office of Public Trustee. Joined as 
Private, the Ceylon Contingent which arrived in Egypt in Nov. 1914. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 27th Punjabis (Indian Army) Feb. 1915. Served in Egypt, France, 
and Mesopotamia. Wounded April 17, 1916. Died of wounds on April 29, 1916, 
whilst in Hospital Ship Varela on the way to Bombay, and was buried at sea. 

CLEMENT GEORGE LAWRENCE. 

Admitted May 1914, practised at 11 Red Lion Square, W.C. Served as 
Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). 



RECORD OF SERVICE 329 

IDWAL THOIMAS LAWRENCE. 

Articled to George David, of Cardiff. Served as Lieut., 18th Batt. The 
Welch Regt., promoted Capt. Nov. 1917. Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
the M.C. 

JOHN NARBETH LA\VRENCE. 

Admitted Oct. 1911, practising at Pembroke Dock. Joined Jan. 4, 1917, 
as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 17th Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers August 1, 1917, promoted Lieut. Feb. 
1919. Served at Home Jan. to Sept. 1917, in France Sept. 1917 to Aug. 1918, 
and in Ireland Dec. 1918 to March 1919. Wounded Aug. 22, 1918. 

SAMUEL JAMES LAWRY. 

Admitted Feb. 1899, practising at Plymouth. Joined Dec. 18, 1914, as 
2nd Lieut., Devon Royal Garrison Artillery (T.), promoted Lieut. June 1915, 
A/Capt. Aug. 1916. Served in France 2| years. 

WILLIAM DENNIS LAWRY. 

Admitted Aug. 1896, practising at Penzance. Served as Capt., 4th Batt, 
Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. 

ALEXANDER HENRY DRUMMOND LAWSON. 

Admitted Nov. 1899. Member of Lawson, Coppock & Hart, of Manchester, 
Joined Nov. 1915, as Private, 17th Lancers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 10th Reserve 
Regiment of Cavalry Dec. 21, 1916, promoted Capt. and Adjutant South Irish 
Horse Dec. 1917. Served in France. 

JOHN HARDY LAWTON. 

Articled to J. H. Hallsworth, of Oldham. Joined Dec. 2, 1914, as 2nd Lieut. 
7th Batt. Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regt., promoted Lieut. June 1916, 
A/Capt. Aug. to Sept. 1916, Capt. June 1918. Served in France and Belgium. 

FRANK LAXON. 

Admitted Jan. 1908, practised at Coventry. Joined as Private, 9th Batt. 
Royal Scots (Edinburgh), subsequently promoted Lance-Corporal. 

MATTHEW HENRY LAXTON. 

Admitted May 1913. Member of Warren G. Laxton & Son, of Bristol. 
MobiUsed Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 6th Batt. Gloucestershire Regt. (T.), promoted 
Temp. Capt. June 1915, Substantive Capt. July 1916. Served in France. 

HARRY LAYCOCK. 

Admitted Jan. 16, 1905. Member of Waterworth & Laycock, of Keighley. 
Joined Sept. 18, 1916, as Gunner, Royal Field Artillery. Served in France. 

JOHN LAYCOCK. 

Admitted Aug. 1911, practised at Runcorn. Joined Sept. 7, 1914, as 
Private. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 9th Batt. Yorkshire Regt. Dec. 11, 1914, and 
subsequently attained the rank of A/Major Royal Engineers. Mentioned m 
Dispatches and awarded the M.C. 

ALAN LAYFIELD. 

Admitted April 1912, practising at Liverpool. Joined Nov. 5, 1914, as 
Private, 20th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt., and attained the rank of Sergeant. 



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Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same Rcgt. Oct. 26, 1915, promoted Lieut. Feb. 1917, 
A/Capt. July 1917, Staff Capt. 237th Infantry Brigade, July 1919. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in France and Russia 
(Murman Coast). Wounded at Battle of Somme July 23, 1916, and at Battle 
of Ypres July 31, 1917. 

GEORGE REGINALD STUART LAYNG. 

Articled to Winterbotham, Gurney & Co., of Cheltenham. Joined Sept. 
1914, as Lieut., 10th Batt. Gloucestershire Regt., attached to 1st Trench Mortar 
Battery. Served in France. Wounded at Bazintin-le-Petit Aug. 18, 1916, 
dying four hours later. Buried at Warloy, near Albert. 

BERNARD CECIL LAYTON. 

Admitted Oct. 1908. Member of Laytons, of 29 Budge Row, E.C. Served 
as Corporal, 18th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted Lieut. 4th Batt. Grenadier 
Guards Sept. 1915. 

EDWARD THOMAS LEA. 

Admitted April 1896, practising at 52 Queen Victoria Street, E.C. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut.-Col., 4th London (Howitzer) Brigade Royal 
Field Artillery, and took Brigade overseas, but had to return after a short 
stay, having passed the age limit for Command. 

GEORGE HARRY LEA. 

Admitted April 1914, practising at Stoke-on-Trent. Joined July 15, 1917, 
as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery. Served in France Dec. 1917 to Oct. 1918. 
Wounded at Cambrai Oct. 11, 1918. 

WILLIAM ELMER LEA. 

Articled to William Lea, of 317 High Holborn, W.C. Enlisted Nov. 6, 1914, 
as Private, 2/28 Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles), transferred 
to 2/13 Batt. London Regt. in June 1916. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 20th Batt. 
London Regt. Dec. 19, 1916, attached 2/5 Batt. East Lancashire Regt. Feb. 
to Oct. 1917, attached to Kite Balloon Section of Royal Air Force Sept. 1918 to 
Feb. 1919, promoted Lieut. June 1918. Served in France June to Aug. 1916 
and March to Oct. 1917. Wounded at Passchendaele Oct. 9, 1917. 

EDMUND LEACH. 

Articled to Edwin Berry, Esq., of Liverpool. Joined Nov. 3, 1915, as 
Cadet Manchester University O.T.C., posted to 1st Officer Cadet Batt. as Cadet 
July ]916. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Machine Gun Corps, Dec. 29, 1916, promoted 
Lieut. June 1918. Served in France March 1917 to April 1918. Wounded at 
Avuloy Wood March 27, 1918. 

ROLAND WALTER HARRISON LEACH. 

Admitted March 1911. Of 10 Serjeant's Inn, W.C. Served as Trooper, 
East African Rifles. 

FRANCIS JOHN GRAHAM LEADBITTER. 

Admitted Dec. 1904. Member of Flux, Leadbitter & Neighbour, of 21 
Great St. Helen's, E.C. Joined Jan. 1916 Inns of Court O.T.C. Commissioned 
2nd Lieut. 11th Batt. King's Royal Rifle Corps Nov. 1916. Served in France, 
Jan. to March 1917. Killed near Ginchy March 5, 1917. 



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SYDNEY LEADER. 

Admitted May 1895, practising at 76 Newgate Street, E.C., and Antwerp, 
Belgium. Enlisted Oct. 21, 1914, in 14th Supply Coy. 18th London Regt. 
and attained rank of A /Staff-Sergeant at Internment Camp, Alexandra Palace. 
Commissioned 2nd Lieut. 13th Batt. County of London Regt. (Kensingtons) 
Oct. 5, 1915, and attached Intelligence A., 4th Army, Jan. 28, 1916, promoted 
Lieut. Jan. 1917, Temp. Capt. July 1917, graded G.S.O. 3 Feb. 21, 1918, as 
Head Censor 4th Army. Served in England Oct. 1914 to Oct. 1915, and in 
France Oct. 1915 to Jan. 1919. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 

ALFRED ERIC PIOZZI LEAK. 

Articled to Oliver Leak, of Barnoldswick. Served as Private, Royal Field 
Artillery. 

REGINALD LEAK." 

Articled to C. Newton Pratt, of Manchester. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, 
6th Batt. Manchester Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 6th Batt. Lancashire 
Fusiliers Dec. 1914. Served at Home and in Gallipoli. Wounded at Cape 
Helles, Gallipoli, Aug. 7, 1915, and died at sea from result of wounds Aug. 26, 
1915. Buried at sea. 

CLAUDE GUY LEATHAM. 

Admitted Nov. 1911. Memiber of Claude Leatham & Co., of Wakefield, 
Pontefract, and Castleford. Joined in 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 60th Rifles (King's 
Royal Rifle Corps), and subsequently promxOted Capt. Appointed to Staff of 
Lieut. -General Sir Thomas Morland, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., etc., commanding XIII. 
Corps, 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. and Bar. 
Served in France, Belgium, and Italy. W^ounded twice. 

ANTHONY HEDLEY LEATHART. 

Admitted April 1906. Member of Lee & Pembertons, of 44 Lincoln's Inn 
Fields. Joined Sept. 1914, as 2nd. Lieut., 250th (Northumbrian) Brigade Royal 
Field Artillery (T.), promoted Lieut. June 1916, A/Capt. June 1917, A/]VIajor 
June 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. and Croix de 
Guerre (French). Served in France April 1915 to Jan. 1919. Wounded twice. 

FRANCIS HOLDSWORTH LEATHER. 

Admitted Nov. 1888, practising at Weobley, and Hereford. Mobilised 
Aug. 4, 1914, as Lieut. -Col., Royal Army Service Corps 53rd (Welsh) 
Divisional Train, promoted Col. Aug. 1918. Commanded 53rd (Welsh) 
Divisional Train, XI Divisional Train, O.C. Royal Army Service Corps 
Independent Force. Four times mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded D.S.O. 
Served at Home and France and Belgium. 

REGINALD LEATHER. 

Admitted June 1915. Of Coventry. Served as Driver, " A " Battery, Hon. 
Artillery Company. 

JOHN BARKER LEAVER. 

Articled to Alfred Varley, of Colne, Lanes. Joined Sept. 1915, as Cadet, 
Royal Army Service Corps. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, and subsequently promoted 
Capt. Served in India and East Persia. 



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JA^IES ASHHURST LE BRASSEUR. 

Admitted Feb. 1912. Member of Le Brasseur & Oakley, of 40 Carey Street, 
W.C. Served as Private, 2nd (Service) Batt. Hon. Artillery Company. 

GEORGE WILLIAM LEDWARD. 

Admitted Nov. 1913. Managing Clerk with Partridge & Wilson, of Bury 
St. Edmund's. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 5th Batt. Suffolk Regt. (T.). 
Served at Home and at Gallipoli. Killed at Galhpoli Aug. 12, 1915. 

JOCELYN CHARLES LEDWARD. 

Admitted April 1914. Member of Beachcroft, Hay & Ledward, of 9 
Theobald's Road, W.C. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Jan. 21, 1915, attached No. 14 Officer Cadet Batt. April 

1916, promoted Lieut., attached 4th Reserve Batt. Leicestershire Regt. Oct. 

1917, promoted Capt. and attached 1/4 Batt. Leicestershire Regt. May 1918. 
Served in France May to Oct. 1918. Wounded near Bohain, France, Oct. 10, 
1918. 

ALAN TREVELYAN LEE. 

Articled to G. T. Lee, of Derby. Served as Sub. -Lieut., Royal Naval Air 
Service. 

ARTHUR NEALE LEE. 

Admitted July 1903, practised at Nottingham. Served as Capt., 7th Batt. 
Notts and Derbyshire Regt. (Sherwood Foresters), subsequently Brigade Major 
1st Sherwood Foresters Brigade. Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
D.S.O. and O.B.E. 

HENRY CHARLES CYRIL LEE. 

Articled to A. E. Withy, of Bath. Joined April 22, 1915, as Private, 
Inns of Court O.T.C, and attained the rank of Company Quartermaster- 
Sergeant. Served at Home. 

JOHN KENNETH LEE. 

Admitted Oct. 1915, practising at Barnsley. Joined Dec. 9, 1915, as 
Private, Royal Army Service Corps, and attained the rank of Staff Sergeant- 
Major. Served in France. 

WILLIAM FREDERICK LEE. 

Admitted July 1905, practised at Brampton. Served as Capt., Border 
Regt. 

WILLIAM ROBERT CHARLES PAUL FREEMAN LEE. 

Articled to J. Parker Ayres, of 61 Carey Street, W.C. Joined the Inns of 
Court O.T.C. shortly before outbreak of War. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal 
Fusiliers and subsequently attached 2nd Batt. Royal AVelch Fusiliers. Served 
in France. Killed in action July 10, 1915. 

ERIC YORKE TORKINGTON LEECH. 

Articled to R. A. Losey, of Leicester. Joined Aug. 11, 1914, as Private, 
4th Batt. Leicestershire Regt. Discharged as medically unfit Sept. 1914. 
Rejoined May 1915 as Private 2/28 Batt. London Regt. (Artists Rifles), 
transferred to 2/13 London Regt. (Kensingtons) June 1916. Served at 



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Home to June 1916, France June to Nov. 1916, Serbia Nov. 1916 to Aug. 1917, 
and in Egypt and Palestine Sept. 1917 to Jan. 1919. 

JAMES LEES. 

Admitted June 1906. Member of Weston, Grover & Lees, of Manchester. 
Joined Sept. 5, 1914, as Private, 16th (PubKc Schools) Batt. Middlesex Regt. 
Gazetted Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.) May 19, 1915, promoted 
Capt. June 1916. Served at Home, in France, Egypt, Palestine, and the 
Balkans. 

WILLIAM DONALD LEES. 

Admitted June 1905. Member of Lees, Smith & Tetlow, of 3 Berners 
Street, W. Served as Cadet, 22nd (Garrison) Officers Cadet Batt. 

FRANK EMIL LEFFMAN. 

Admitted Oct. 1911. Practising at 17 Tower Royal, Cannon Street, E.C. 
Served as Sergeant, Inns of Court O.T.C. 

ANTHONY LANGLOIS MASSY LEFROY. 

Admitted July 1906. Managing Clerk with Holloway, Blount & Duke, 
of 24 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Joined Inns of Court O.T.C. Oct. 1914. 
Commissioned as 2nd Lieut. 3/4 Batt. Devonshire Regt. (T.) March 24, 
1915, transferred to 2/4 Batt. April 1916, promoted Lieut. July 1917, 
Temp. Capt. Feb. 1918, Temp. Major May 1919. Served at Home Oct. 1914 
to March 1916, and in India April 1916 to 1920. 

GEORGE FREDERICK LEFROY. 

Admitted Jan. 1908. Member of Seldon & Lefroy, of Barnstaple. Served 
as Capt., S7th Division Royal Artillery. 

REGINALD ROY LEHMANN. 

Articled to W. B. Glasier, of 47 Essex Street, Strand. Joined Sept. 1914, 
as Private, 1/6 Batt. Seaforth Highlanders. Served in France. Killed in 
action at Festubert June 16, 1915. 

EDGAR NOBLETT LEIGH. 

Admitted April 1915. Managing Clerk with Robert Ferguson, of Black- 
burn. Joined July 17, 1917, as Third Writer, Royal Navy. Served at Home, 
H.M.S. Research. 

JOHN NEWHILL LELEN. 

Admitted Oct. 1908. Practised at Torquay. Served as Private, Sports- 
man's Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. 9th (Service) 
Batt. Lincolnshire Regt. 

SYDNEY CURTIS LEMAN. 

Articled to G. C. Leman, of 44 Bloomsbury Square, W.C. Joined Aug. 1914, 
as Private, 2/14 Batt. County of London Regt. (London Scottish). Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 8th (S.B.) Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry (Pioneers) Oct. 10, 1914, 
promoted Lieut. Nov. 1914. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in 
France Sept. to Nov. 1915, Salonica Nov. 1915 to Sept. 1918, and with Army 
of Occupation in Bulgaria Sept. 1918 to Jan. 1919. 



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WILLIAM ERNEST LEMAN. 

Articled to Frederick Steward, of Southend-on-Sea. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
Essex and Suffolk Royal Garrison Artillery. 

WILLIAJM GASPARD LE MARCHANT. 

Admitted May 1901. Member of E. Cave & Co., of 86 Hatton Garden, E.G. 
Enlisted Jan. 5, 1915, in 24th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
6th Batt. King's Royal Rifle Corps Sept. 1, 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1917. 
Served at Home and in France 1916 and 1917. Invalided out of the Service 
and placed on the Retired List Jan. 15, 1918. 

HUBERT FRANCIS AUGUSTINE LE MESURIER. 

Articled to F. E. V. R. Roberts, of Liverpool. Joined the Inns of Court 
O.T.C. Oct. 1, 1914. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Cheshire Regt. Dec. 1, 1914, pro- 
moted Capt. June 1915, Major July 1917. Awarded the M.C. Served in 
France. Wounded May 1917 and March 24, 1918. Taken prisoner March 24, 
1918. 

HERBERT GALLIENNE LEMMON. 

Admitted Feb. 1904. Practising at Abergavenny, Mon. Joined Dec. 16, 
1916, Royal Horse and Royal Field Artillery. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Jan. 13, 1917, 
promoted Lieut. July 1918. Served at Home. 

FRANK DONALD LENTON. 

Articled to Robert Epton, of Lincoln. Joined 1914, as Private, Hon. 
Artillery Company. Served in France. Wounded at Locre March 24, 1915, 
and died as the result of wounds at Bailleul Hospital March 26, 1915. 

JAMES ALOYSIUS LEONARDT. 

Articled to S. S. Guest, of Birmingham. Joined June 3, 1918, as Ordinary 
Seaman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, and subsequently promoted to 
Ordinary Telegraphist. Served at Home. 

ALGERNON LESSER. 

Admitted July 1894. Practised at 20 Wormwood Street, E.C. Served 
as Capt., 13th Batt. County of London Regt. (Kensington). 

WALTER EDWIN LESTER. 

Admitted July 1905. Member of Palmer & Lester, of Nuneaton. Served 
as Corporal, Royal Air Force. 

ARNOLD LETHERBY. 

Admitted Oct. 1914. Formerly with Shelley & Johns, of Plymouth. 
Enlisted Nov. 1915, as Private, 3/5 Batt. Devonshire Regt. and subsequently 
promoted Lance-Corporal, transferred to No. 5 Officer Cadet Batt. (Cambridge) 
April 1916. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3/4 Batt. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry 
April 23, 1916, promoted Lieut. March 1918. Served in England Nov. 1915 
to Sept. 1916, France Sept. 1916 to Dec. 1917, and Ireland June 1918 to 
May 1919. Wounded at Masni^res, near Cambrai, Nov. 30, 1917. 

IMALCOLM HENRY IKIN LETTS. 

Admitted April 1905. Practising at 8 Bartlett's Buildings, E.C. Joined 
April 1917, as Lieut., General List. Served at Home. 



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LESLIE SPRY LEVERTON. 

Articled to P. T. Pearce, of Pljnnouth. Joined June 15, 1915, as 2nd 
Lieut., 5th Batt. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, promoted Lieut. June 
1917. Awarded the M.C. and Bar. Served in France and Flanders May 1916 
to April 1918, and with Army of Black Sea Sept. to Dec. 1919. Wounded 
March 28, 1918. 

RICHARD HENRY LEVETT. 

Admitted Feb. 1906. Member of Buss & Levett, of Tunbridge Wells. 
Joined Jan. 19, 1915, Inns of Court O.T.C. Commissioned as 2nd Lieut. 9th 
Batt. Royal West Kent Regt. May 23, 1915, attached 3rd Batt., acted as 
Assistant Adjutant Christmas 1915 to May 1916, and from May to Aug. 1916 
was Acting Adjutant to the Regt. Served at Home. Died of blood poisoning 
at Chatham Aug. 20, 1916. 

HARRY LEVI. 

Admitted July 1911. Practised at Manchester. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
Royal Fusiliers. Killed in action Nov. 30, 1917. 

CARL NORTON LEVIN. 

Admitted April 1914. Of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Joined Sept. 7, 1914, as 
Private, 9th (Service) Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers. Received commission 
in 21st Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers (Tyneside Scottish) April 1915, pro- 
moted Capt. Oct. 1915 and thence, until killed. Commanded the 102nd Light 
Trench Mortar Battery. Awarded the M.C. Served in France over 2 years. 
Killed in action near Croisilles March 21, 1918. 

BERTRAM ARTHUR LEVINSON. 

Admitted May 1910. Member of Bartlett & Gluckstein, of 199 Piccadilly, 
W. Joined Jan. 1917 as Sapper, Royal Engineers (London Electrical Engineers), 
transferred to Cadet Officers Training School Jan. 1918. Commissioned 2nd 
Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery July 31, 1916. Served at Home. 

HYAM MOSES LEVY. 

Admitted Feb. 1909. Member of Chamberlain, Johnson & Levy, of 
30 Essex Street, W.C. Joined Aug. 10, 1914, as Driver, Hon. Artillery Company, 
and attained the rank of Sergeant. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same Regt. Nov. 
1915, promoted Lieut. 1917. Served in Egypt 1916 and in Salonica and 
Palestine 1917. Contracted malaria typhoid in Palestine Nov. 1917. 

ALFRED WILLIAINI LEWIS. 

Admitted Nov. 1901. Practising at Rhyl. Joined Nov. 29, 1915, as 
Private, Royal Army Service Corps. Served at Home. 

BERNARD LEWIS. 

Admitted Dec. 1879. Practising at Penyffordd, Flintshire. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914 as Major, Flintshire National Reserve. Served as O.C. 1/5 and 3/5 
Royal Welch Fusiliers and transferred to Royal Defence Corps. Always on 
Home Service. 

BRINTLEY RICHARD LEWIS. 

Articled to T. W. James, of Swansea. Joined Oct. 1914, as Trooper, 
Glamorganshire Yeomanry. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery May 



336 RECORD OF SERVICE 

1915, promoted Lieut. 1916, Major Nov. 1916. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served in France Dec. 1915 to April 1917. Killed in action at Ypres April 2, 
1917. 

CONRAD ESDAILE TYRRELL LEWIS. 

Admitted April 1911. Practising at Albany Court Yard, Piccadilly, W. 
Joined 1914, as Private, 12th (Public Schools) Batt. Middlesex Regt. and 
subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. 6th Batt. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 

EDWARD MILTON LEWIS. 

Admitted Feb. 1913. Managing Clerk with N. Strickland & Fletcher, 
of Bristol. Joined March 8, 1915, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps, pro- 
moted Corporal Dec. 1915. Awarded Ginchy Diamond 16th (Irish) Division. 
Served in France. Discharged April 18, 1918. 

ERIC VAUGHAN LEWIS. 

Admitted Aug. 1906. Managing Clerk with Davies, Sanders & Co., of 
Chesterfield. Jomed Aug. 1914, as Private, 23rd Batt. County of London 
Regt. Served in France. Killed in action May 26, 1915. 

FRANCIS BALL LEWIS. 

Admitted Oct. 1887. Practising at 3 Bucklersbury, E.C. Joined Sept. 
1914, as Corporal, 17th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Joined 21st Batt. Northumber- 
land Fusiliers as Major in Jan. 1915. Died of pneumonia while serving with 
the 19th Batt. King's Royal Rifle Corps at Home March 30, 1917. 

FREDERICK GUSTAV LEWIS. 

Admitted Sept. 1899. Practising at 16 Berners Street. Mobilised Aug. 
1914, as Lieut.-Col., 13th Kensington Batt. London Regt., Brigadier-General 
142nd Infantry Brigade Aug. 1915, promoted Substantive Colonel, Brigadier- 
General 166th Infantry Brigade, April 1917, Section Commander Tees Garrison 
Oct. 1918, Hon. Colonel 13th Kensington Batt. London Regt. Nov. 1918, 
Deputy Director of MobiHsation, War Office, Jan. 1919, Member Reorganisation 
of After War Army Committee Nov. 1919. Seven times mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded C.B., C.M.G., and T.D. Served in France Nov. 1914 
to May 1915, July 1915 to Dec. 1916, and April to Dec. 1917. 

GEBALD PATTERSON LEWIS. 

Admitted Dec. 1912. Practised at Bristol. Served as Private, Bristol 
University O.T.C. 

GUILFORD EDWARD LEWIS. 

Admitted June 1886. Practising at 14 South Square, Gray's Inn, W.C. 
Joined April 16, 1917 as Lieut., General List Intelligence Staff. Served at 
Home. Relinquished commission Jan. 25, 1918. 

HORACE GEORGE CRAWFORD TYRRELL LEWIS. 

Articled to E. T. Lewis, of 2 and 3 Albany Court Yard, Piccadilly, W. 
Mobihsed Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 15th Batt. County of London Regt. (Civil 
Service Rifles), promoted Lieut. Oct. 1914, Capt. Nov. 1915, appointed 
G.S.O. III., III. Corps Nov. 1916. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Served 
in France March 1915 to Feb. 1919. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 837 

LAURENCE REDDROP LEWIS. 

Admitted Aug. 1905. Managing Clerk with Davies, Sanders & Co., of 
Chesterfield. Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, 18th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 11th Batt. South Wales Borderers Feb. 1915, promoted 
Capt. Oct. 1915. Served in France Nov. 1915 to July 1916. Killed in action 
July 12, 1916. 

REGINALD STROTHER LEWIS. 

Admitted March 1910, practising at Aberdare, S. Wales. Joined Oct. 26, 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. Oct. 1914, 
A/Capt. Dec. 1917. Served in France 1916 to 1919. 

STUART HERMON LEWIS. 

Admitted June 1912. Of Solicitor's Department, London County Council, 
Strand, W.C. Joined Sept. 26, 1914, as 2nd Lieut. (S.R. of Officers), The Queen's 
Own Royal West Kent Regt., promoted Capt. 1915, later attached to 1st Batt. 
Northamptonshire Regt., finally Staff Capt. to Headquarters XXIII. Corps. 
Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France. Wounded at the Battle 
of Loos Sept. 27, 1915. 

WILLIAM OWEN LEWIS. 

Articled to W. Clothier, of Liverpool. Served as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. 
Royal Welch Fusiliers. Killed. 

ROBERT HENRY LEWIS-MANNING. 

Articled to William Kenshole, of Aberdare. Joined Nov. 28, 1915, as 
Private, 14th Batt. County of London Regt. (London Scottish), transferred to 
Tank Corps Jan. 1917. Served at Home, in France, Belgium, and in Ireland. 
Wounded Nov. 1917. 

WILLIAM PLUMPTON LEWIS. 

Admitted Feb. 1912. Of Cardiff. Served as Lieut., 3rd Batt. The Welch 
Regt., attached 2/1 Batt. Pembroke Yeomanry. 

ARTHUR THEWLIS LEWTHWAITE. 

Admitted July 1902. Practising at 3 Duncan Street, Islington, N. 
Mobilised Aug. 3, 1914, as Lieut., 11th Batt. County of London Regt., promoted 
Capt. Aug. 1914. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to July 1915, Gallipoli July to 
Dec. 1915, Egypt (Canal Zone) Dec. 1915 to Feb. 1917, and Palestine Feb. 1917 
to March 19i9. 

EDMUND THOMAS MALLOCK LIAS. 

Articled to W. S. Sharpe, of 12 New Court, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Served 
as Private, 2nd Mounted Divisional Signal Squadron Royal Engineers (T.). 

GEORGE JAMES LIDDLE. 

Admitted Oct. 1889. Practising at 24 and 25 Great Tower Street, E.C. 
Embodied at the outbreak of War, as Capt., 1st London Brigade Royal Field 
Artillery (T.). Served at Home in command of a Territorial Force Depot. 

JOHN CUTHBERT LIDGETT. 

Admitted Oct. 1911. Managing Clerk with Slack, Monro, Saw & Co., of 
70 Queen Street, E.C. Joined Feb. 17, 1916, as Private, 28th Batt. County of 



838 RECORD OF SERVICE 

London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. South Lancashire 
Regt. Dec. 19, 1916, transferred to 11th Batt. and promoted Lieut. July 1917. 
Served in France. Killed in action near Ham March 24, 1918. 

HERBERT SEPPINGS LIDIARD. 

Admitted May 1914. Practising at 7 Great James Street, W.C. Served 
as 2nd Lieut., 3rd (City of London) Batt. Royal P'usiliers, promoted Capt. 
April 1917. Mentioned in Dispatches and awarded the M.C. 

RICHARD JOHN ABRAHAM LIDIARD. 

Articled to his father, Herbert Lidiard, of 7 Great James Street, W.C. 
Gazetted Sept. 1914 2nd Lieut. 3rd City of London Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 
Killed in action in France July 1, 1916. 

REUBEN LIEBERMAN. 

Articled to A. E. Carr, of Leeds. Joined May 1916, as Private, West 
Yorkshire Regt., transferred to Labour Corps Feb. 1917, promoted Sergeant 
April 1917. Awarded the M.S.M. Served at Home and in France (2 years). 

DONALD OWEN LIGHT. 

Articled to G. M. Light, of 1 Laurence Pountney Hill, E.C. Joined Feb. 17, 
1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps, promoted Lieut. May 1915, 
Capt. Dec. 1915, attached to Middlesex Regt. 1917. Once mentioned in Dis- 
patches. Served in France Nov. 1917 to April 1918. Wounded and taken 
prisoner at Bois Grenier April 9, 1918. 

OWEN FULLER LIGHT. 

Articled to Sir T. A. Bramsdon, Kt., M.P., of Portsmouth. Joined Jan. 14, 

1915. as Sapper, Hampshire (Fortress) Royal Engineers (T.), promoted Corporal 

1916. Commissioned 2nd Lieut. Hants Royal Garrison Artillery (T.) Jan. 6, 
1918. Served at Home and in France. Wounded at Ribeauville, France, 
Nov. 4, 1918. 

WILFRID PETRE LIGHTBODY. 

Articled to J. A. H. Hooker, of 20 Victoria Street, Westminster. Joined 
Dec. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 9th Batt. Norfolk Regt., promoted Lieut. March 1915. 
Served at Home and in France. Killed Sept. 26, 1915. 

JOSEPH BENEDICT BRADLEY LIGHTBOUND. 

Articled to C. A. M. Lightbound, of 26 Great St. Helen's, E.C, and Liver- 
pool. Joined July 1, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 8th (Irish) Batt. King's Liverpool 
Regt., and subsequently promoted Lieut., attached to 12th Batt. Dec. 1916 
to March 1917. Served in France. 

JOHN EDWARD LIGHTBURN. 

Admitted May 1914, practising at Wigan. Served as Lieut., 5th Batt. 
Manchester Regt. 

GEORGE LIONEL SPENCER LIGHTFOOT. 

Articled to E. W. Lightfoot, of Carlisle. Joined Oct. 27, 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., 10th Batt. Border Regt., transferred to 5th Batt. Wiltshire Regt. 
March 1916, transferred to Royal Air Force April 1918, promoted Lieut. Aug. 

1917. Served in Gallipoli and Egypt 1915 and 1918, and Mesopotamia 1916, 



RECORD OF SERVICE 339 

1917, and 1918. Wounded at Beit Aiessa April 27, 1916, during the attempt 
to relieve General To\^Tlshend in Kut. 

STANLEY LIGHTMAN. 

Admitted Oct. 1915, practising at Leeds. Served as Acting Paymaster, 
Northern Command, York, Nov. 1915 to end of War. 

BERTRAM EDWARD LILLEY. 

Admitted Jan. 1909, practised at 35 Bedford Row, W.C. Served as 
Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps. 

CONRAD IVAN LILLINGTON. 

Articled to G. C. Woods, of 6 Lancaster Place, Strand, W^.C. Joined 
Aug. 22, 1914, as Private, 4th Batt. Somerset Light Infantry. Gazetted 
Lieut, in same Regt. Oct. 7, 1914. Served at Home, in India, and in Meso- 
potamia. Killed in action at Es Sinn, Mesopotamia, March 8, 1916, in an 
attempt to relieve Kut. 

WILLIMI HAROLD LILLINGTON. 

Admitted July 1912, Practised at Carmarthen. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
10th Batt. South Wales Borderers. 

WILLIAM CARTER LINAY. 

Admitted Feb. 1911. Managing Clerk with Ford, Lloyd, Bartlett & Michel- 
more, of 38 Bloomsbury Square, W.C. Mobilised 1914, as Trooper, 3rd 
County of London Yeomanry. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service 
Corps April 1, 1915, promoted Lieut. Aug. 1915, Capt. Sept. 1917, transferred 
to Notts & Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters) Oct. 1917. Served at Home 
Aug. 1914 to April 1915, and in France April 1915 to Feb. 1919. 

THOMAS GRENVILLE LINDLEY. 

Articled to Alexander Pollock, of 6 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Joined 
Sept. 1914, as Private, 1/20 Batt. County of London Regt. (T.). Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. July 1917 and attached to 10th Batt. London Regt. Killed in 
action near Ypres Sept. 24, 1917. 

ROLLO CHRISTISON LINDSAY. 

Admitted Aug. 1912. Member of Field & Sons, of Liverpool. Joined 
Aug, 5, 1914, as Private, 10th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. (Liverpool Scottish). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. March 1915, promoted Lieut. April 1915. Served in 
Belgium. Wounded June 16, 1915. Gazetted out on account of wounds 
Dec. 3, 1916. 

WILLIAM FREDERICK LINDSELL. 

Admitted March 1912, practising at Manchester. Served as Capt., 
Sth Batt. Cheshire Regt. (T.). 

ROBERT CHALONER LINDSEY-BRABAZON. 

Articled to T. A. L. Whittington, of Neath. Enlisted Sept. 7, 1914, in 
6th Batt. King's Shropshire Light Infantry. Granted commission 6th Batt. 
The Welch Regt. Dec. 4, 1914, promoted Lieut. July 1916, Capt. Aug. 1916, 
Adjutant March 1916 to June 1919. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
the M.C. Served in France. 



340 RECORD OF SERVICE 

FREDERICK THORP LINELL. 

Admitted Dec. 1904. Member of Holmes, Son & Pott, of Capel House, 
New Broad Street, E.C. Joined Jan 8, 1917, as Private, Royal Army Service 
Corps (M.T.). Served at Home and in France. 

HUBERT FREDERIC LING. 

Admitted June 1909. Member of F. G. Ling & Son, of Framlingham. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 4th Batt. Suffolk Regt. (T.), promoted Capt. 
March 1915, Major April 1918. Awarded the M.C. Served in France 
3 years and at Home 2 years. Wounded Aug. 1916. 

CLAUDE FRANK LINGARD. 

Articled to F. C. Lingard, of 4 New London Street, E.C. Joined Aug, 30, 

1914, as 2nd Lieut., Roj^al Engineers (Signals), promoted Lieut. July 1915, 
Temp. Capt. 1916. Served in France May to June 1915 and Aug. to Sept. 

1915, in East Africa Dec. 1915 to Dec. 1916, and in Serbia June 1917 to Dec. 
1918. Wounded in France June 7 and Sept. 27, 1915, in East Africa April 
and Sept. 1916. 

JOHN REGINALD LINGARD. 

Admitted Oct. 1912. Member of Lingards & Hamp, of Manchester. 
Served as Lieut., Manchester Regt., attached Lancashire Fusiliers. Reported 
wounded in the advance from Suvla Bay, Gallipoli, Aug. 21, 1915, and after- 
wards reported wounded and missing and subsequently presumed to have died. 

HAROLD CRONSHAW LINGS. 

Admitted Oct. 1905, practising at Manchester. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, 
as Capt., 8th Batt. Manchester Regt., promioted Major July 1916. Twice 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. Served in Egypt 1914 and 

1916, Gallipoli 1915, France 1917. Wounded June 4, 1915, and Oct. 2, 1917. 

GEORGE LINTER. 

Articled to S. V. Farrington, of Brighton. Joined Aug. 10, 1914, as 
Gunner, Sussex Royal Garrison Artillery (T.), and attained the rank of Sergeant 

1917, Commissioned 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery Feb. 18, 1918, and 
posted to No. 1 Siege Artillery Reserve Brigade, Shoreham. Awarded the 
M.M. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to Nov. 1916 and June 1917 to June 1919, 
and in France Nov. 1916 to June 1917. 

FREDERICK LINTON. 

Admitted Nov. 1899. Member of Woodcock, Stobart & Co., of Wigan. 
Joined June 1918, as Private, Royal Air Force. Served at Home. 

ROBERT ERNEST BENTHAM LISLE. 

Admitted June 1901. Member of Appleby & Lisle, of Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne. Joined Oct. 8, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 8th Batt. Durham Light Infantry, 
subsequently promoted to Lieut., Capt., and Major. Served in France. Killed 
in action March 30, 1918. 

GEORGE LISTER. 

Admitted Jan. 1911. Member of Mitcheson, Wharton & Lister, of Heck- 
mondwike. Joined 1914, as Private, 5th Batt. West Riding Regt. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 2nd Batt. East Yorkshire Regt. Awarded the M.B.E. 



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HERBERT DIXON LISTER. 

Admitted July 1909, practised at Llandilo. Served as Sergeant, 4th 
(Reserve) Batt. The Welch Regt. 

RICHMOND HOLME LITTLE. 

Articled to H. M. A. Ward, of Harwich, Essex. Joined June 1915, as 2nd 
Lieut., 3rd Batt. Essex Regt., promoted Lieut. July 1917, Capt. March 1918. 
Served in Labour Corps after return from France. Served in France and 
at Home. 

JOHN ROBERT LIVERSAGE. 

Admitted Oct. 1908, practising at Prestwich. Served as Private, 23rd 
Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. 

ALAN GEORGE HILTON LIVESEY. 

Articled to F. K. Bull, of 6 Old Jewry, E.C. Jomed at commencement 
of War, as 2nd Lieut., Loyal North Lancashire Regt. Served in France. 
KUled in action at Loos Sept. 27, 1915. 

JOHN WILLLVM LIVESEY. 

Admitted Oct. 1911, practising at Bootle, Lanes. Served as Private, 
Royal Army Ordnance Corps. 
MOSTYN CLEWES LLEWELLIN. 

Admitted Nov. 1902. Member of Llewellin & Co., of Newport, Mon. Served 
as Capt., 1st Batt. Monmouthshire Regt. Taken prisoner and interned in Holland. 

EDWARD ALFRED ROBERT LLEWELLYN. 

Admitted Feb. 1914, practising at 8 Lammas Park Gardens, Ealing, W. 
Joined Nov. 1914, as Private, 2/5 London Field Ambulance Royal Army Medical 
Corps. Commissioned as 2nd Lieut. Herefordshire Regt. May 1915, pro- 
moted Temp. Capt. July 1916, attached to Contract Dept. of the War Office 
1917, appointed Military Magistrate in Egypt Nov. 1919. Served at Home, 
in Gallipoli, and in Egj^t. 

FRED LLEWELLYN. 

Admitted Aug. 1912, practised at Tunstall. Served as Major, 8th (Service) 
Batt. Oxford & Bucks Light Infantry. 

HAROLD ALFRED LLEWELLYN. 

Articled to G. C. Do\vning, of Cardiff. Enlisted in the 7th Batt. Welch 
Cyclists shortly after the outbreak of War and soon afterwards transferred to 
the Cardiff " Pals " Batt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Welch Fusiliers Dec. 
1914, promoted Lieut. Oct. 1915, transferred to the South Wales Borderers. 
Accidentally killed June 14, 1916. 

HERBERT LORD LLEWELLYN. 

Admitted June 1891, practising at 4 & 5 Norfolk Street, Strand, W.C. 
Joined Oct. 18, 1914, as Lieut., 10th Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers, pro- 
moted Capt. Dec. 1914, Major Aug. 1916. Served in France. 

RUPERT ARTHUR LLEWELLYN. 

Admitted Feb. 1899, practising at Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs. Joined Oct. 7, 
1914, as Capt., East Lancashire Regt. Served in France and at Home. 
Wounded Sept. 27, 1915. 



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WILLIAM EUSTACE LLEWELLYN. 

Admitted April 1914. Managing Clerk with J. Moy Evans, of Swansea. 
Joined Nov. 8, 1915, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted Lieut. Royal 
Marines Nov. 22, 1916. Served in France. Taken prisoner at Arras April 28, 
1917. 

ALBERT VICTOR LLOYD. 

Admitted Aug. 1910, practised at Cardiff. Served as Lieut, in Meso- 
potamia. 

ARTHUR LLOYD. 

Admitted June 1914. Managing Clerk with Whittington & David, 
of Neath. Joined Nov. 1916, as Driver, Royal Horse Artillery. Granted 
commission as 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery May 29, 1917, promoted 
Capt. and Adjutant 68th Brigade in France Sept. 1918. Served at Home Nov. 
1916 to July 1917, and in France July 1917 to March 1919. 

DAVID HOWARD LLOYD. 

Admitted Oct. 1917. Member of Rustons & Lloyd, of Newmarket. 
Joined Oct. 1915, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). 
Commissioned as 2nd Lieut. 1st Batt. Monmouthshire Regt. (T.F.) July 
1916. Served in France. Wounded Easter 1917 (including gas and shell 
shock). Discharged Aug. 1917. 

EDMUND COMMELINE LLOYD. 

Admitted March 1912. Managing Clerk with Thurstons & Jolly, of 
Thornbury, Glos. Joined Oct. 10, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Field Artillery 
(Special Reserve), promoted Lieut. July 1915, A /Capt. and Adjutant Jan. 1919. 
Served in France. Wounded, causing amputation of right arm, Dec. 19, 1915. 

GEOFFREY POPPLETON LLOYD. 

Admitted Oct. 13, 1913. Member of Lloyd & Son, of Leominster. Joined 
Sept. 2, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 1st Batt. Herefordshire Regt., promoted Lieut. 
June 1916. Served in Dardanelles Campaign July to Sept. 1915 (Suvla Bay), 
with Egyptian Expeditionary Force April to Dec. 1916 (Egypt and Sinai 
Desert), and with British Expeditionary Force Dec. 1917 to March 1918 
(France). Captured at Lagnicourt, France, March 21, 1918 ; prisoner at 
Rastratt, Karlsruhe, Mainz, till Nov. 24, 1918. 

GEORGE LLEWELLYN LLOYD. 

Admitted Oct. 1899. Member of Lloyd & Pratt, of Newport, Mon. 
Served as 2nd Lieut., Royal Horse Artillery. 

LIONEL ROBERT LLOYD. 

Admitted Sept. 1905. Member of R. & C. B. Jenkins & Lloyd, of Swansea. 
Joined Feb. 3, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., South Wales Borderers (T.), promoted 
Lieut. July 1916. Served at Home, France, and Belgium. 

RICHARD GLYN LLOYD. 

Articled to John Furniss, of Liverpool. Enlisted 1914, as Private, 1st 
(City) Batt. King's Liverpool Regt., and subsequently gazetted Temp. Lieut, 
in same Regt. Awarded the M.C. Reported missing and subsequently 
presumed to be killed April 1916. 



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THOMAS HENRY LLOYD. 

Admitted Feb. 1905. Member of Corsellis & Berney, of Lincoln's Inn 
Fields, Wandsworth, and Balham. Joined Sept. 1914, as Capt., 11th (Service) 
Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt., promoted Major in France Dec. 1915. Awarded 
the O.B.E. (Military Division), seconded for Duty with the Ministry of 
Munitions, Labour Supply Department, 1918. Served in France 1915 to 
1916, England 1917. 

WILLIAM ROYSTON LLOYD. 

Articled to W. M. Lloyd, of 26 Wormwood Street, E.C. and Walthamstow. 
Served as Private, 7th (City of London) Batt. London Regt. Died in France 
on June 27, 1915, while on Active Service. 

ALDBOROUGH RUPERT CAULFIELD LLOYD-WILLIAMS. 

Admitted July 1906, pracised at Walton-on-Thames. Served with Public 
Schools Batt. Middlesex Regt. Gazetted Lieut. Lancashire Fusiliers July 1916. 

AUBREY DUNCAN LOCK. 

Admitted Feb. 1901. Of Birmingham. Served as Private, Royal Army 
Service Corps. 

FREDERICK ROBERT LOCK. 

Admitted Sept. 1887, practising at Liverpool. Served as Lieut.-Col., 
5th (Reserve) Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. 

HENRY OSMOND LOCKE. 

Admitted Dec. 1901. Member of Lock, Reed & Lock, of Dorchester. 
Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Capt., 4th Batt. Dorset Regt., promoted Major 
June 1916. Awarded the T.D. Served at Home Aug. to Oct. 1914, India 
Nov. 1914 to Feb. 1916, Mesopotamia Feb. to July 1916, and in Palestine 
and Egypt Aug. 1917 to June 1919. 

GARSTANG BRADSTOCK LOCKETT. 

Articled to G. G. Smith, of Liverpool. Joined Oct. 25, 1916, as 2nd Lieut., 
Cheshire Yeomanry. On going to France in Jan. 1917 attached to 1st Batt. 
Cheshire Regt. as 2nd Lieut., afterwards promoted Lieut, and Capt. Awarded 
the M.C. Served at Home, in France, and in Italy. Died from wounds received 
in action on Nov. 4, 1918. 

ROBERT KERR LOCKETT. 

Admitted March 1902. Member of Evans, Lockett & Co., of Liverpool. 
Served as 2nd Lieut., Lancashire Hussars (T.), subsequently Major 12th Batt. 
Tank Corps. 

HENRY KING LOCKHART. 

Admitted Oct. 1907. Member of L. C. & H. K. Lockhart, of Hexham. 
Joined Jan. 3, 1915, as Private, Motor Cyclist Section, Royal Engineers, 
promoted Lance-Corporal shortly afterwards. Served at Home. Accidentally 
killed whilst training at Borden Camp, near Hitchin, June 19, 1915. 

THOMAS EDGAR LOCKING. 

Admitted Aug. 1911. Managing Clerk with Locking, Holdich & Locking, 
of Hull. Joined Nov. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., East Riding Royal Garrison Artillery 
(T.), promoted Lieut. June 1917. Served at Home and in France. Wounded 



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at Sanctuary Wood, Hooge, Nov. 29, 1917. Died of wounds at Base Hospital, 
Wimereux, Jan. 20, 1918. 

ALAN PARKER LOCKWOOD. 

Articled to J. K. Parker, of Sheffield. Joined Sept. 3, 1914, as Private, 
12th Batt. York and Lancaster Regt. Granted commission as 2nd Lieut. 2/6 
Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters) Sept. 3, 1915. Awarded 
the M.C. Served in France. Wounded, lost right arm, April 1917. 

JAMES HORACE LOCKWOOD. 

Admitted Dec. 1912. Member of Windybank, Samuell & Lawrence, 
28 & 29 St. Swdthin's Lane, E.C. Served as Capt., Royal Field Artillery. 
Gassed Sept. 1916. Accidentally injured June 1918. 

JOHN CUTTS LOCKWOOD. 

Admitted June 1914. Of Chipping Norton. Served as 2nd Lieut., 4th 
Batt. Essex Regt. 

LESLIE KING LODGE. 

Admitted Dec. 1913. Of Portsmouth. Served as Gunner, Hampshire 
Royal Garrison Artillery, afterwards as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C., and 
subsequently gazetted Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery. 

PHILIP LOFTS. 

Admitted Feb. 1894. Member of Lowe & Co., of 2 Temple Gardens, E.C. 
Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, Hertfordshire Yeomanry. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Hertfordshire Yeomanry July 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1917. Served in 
England and in Egypt. 
GEORGE BERNARD LOMAS-WALKER. 

Admitted Feb. 1903. Member of Booth, Wade, Farr & Lomas-Walker, 
of Leeds. Served as Assistant Paymaster, Northern Conmiand, afterwards as 
Major (Field Cashier) Army Pay Dept., France. 

ALFRED JAMES LONG. 

Articled to WilUam Shakespeare, of Birmingham. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
3rd Batt. North Staffordshire Regt. 

ERNEST WILLIAM LONG. 

Admitted Dec. 1903. Practising at 44 Bedford Row, W.C. MobiHsed 
Aug. 1914, as Capt., 1/25 Batt. London Regt., seconded Machine Gun Corps 
(Senior Tactical Instructor, Armoured Motor Service, India) June 1908. Served 
at Home and India, with Waziristan Field Force May to Aug. 1917. 

CYRIL MURGATROYD LONGBOTHAM. 

Articled to L. H. Longbotham, of Halifax. Served as Lieut, in the 
Indian Army (72nd Punjabis) when War declared, and subsequently promoted 
Capt. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France March 1915, India 
1916 to 1917, Tomaliland 1918. Died in Switzerland of tuberculosis contracted 
on Service. 

WILLIAM LEWES JENNINGS LONGBOURNE. 

Admitted Dec. 1912. Of 7 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
5th Batt. The Queen's Royal West Surrey Regt. Killed in action at Gallipoli 
Aug. 9, 1915. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 345 

FREDERICK CECIL LONGDEN. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Managing Clerk with Longden, Mann & Longden, 
of Sunderland. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. Durham Light 
Infantry, attached 2nd Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers 1915, promoted 
A/Capt. 15th Batt. Durham Light Infantry 1918. Served in France and 
Belgium. Once dangerously wounded. Killed in action at Miraumont, on 
the Ancre, Aug. 24, 1918. 

JAMES MORLEY LONGDEN. 

Admitted Aug. 1898. Member of Longden, Mann & Longden, of 
Sunderland. Joined Nov. 10, 1914, as Capt., 18th (County) Batt. Durham 
Light Infantry, promoted Major and 2nd in Command 21st Reserve Batt. 
1915 and 13th Batt. 1917, Lieut.-Col. in command of 12th Batt. Nov. 1917, 
G.H.Q., Italy, April 1918. Served at Home 1914 to 1917, in France 1917, and 
in Italy 1917 to 1918. InvaUded Aug. 1918. 

Sir CHARLES ELTON LONGMORE, K.C.B. 

Admitted July 1879. Member of Longmores, of Hertford. Rejoined 
Aug. 1914, as Colonel, and raised and commanded 2/1 Batt. Hertfordshire 
Regt. Twice mentioned to Secretary of State for valuable services in connection 
with War. Served at Home. Retired May 1916. 

JOHN ALEXANDER LONGMORE. 

Articled to P. R. Longmore, of Hertford. Joined Aug. 8, 1917, as Private, 
Coldstream Guards. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Coldstream Guards Nov. 28, 1917, 
promoted Lieut. May 1919. Served at Home Aug. 1917 to Feb. 1918 and 
March to May 1919, and in France and Germany Sept. 1918 to March 1919. 

PHILIP ELTON LONGMORE. 

Admitted Feb. 1911, practising at Hertford, Herts. Mobilised Aug. 5, 
1914, as Capt., Hertfordshire Regt, promoted Major June 1916, D.A.A.G. 2nd 
Army Feb. 1916 to Nov. 1917. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
CavaUer of the Order of St. Maurice and Lazaus, Italy. Served in France 
Nov. 1914 to Nov. 1917 and March 1918 to July 1919, and in Italy Nov. 
1917 to March 1918. Wounded at Givenchy April 22, 1915. 

GEORGE EDMUND LONGRIGG. 

Admitted Feb. 1903. Member of Macdonald & Longrigg, of Bath. 
Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Lieut., North Somerset Yeomanry, promoted Capt. 
Jan. 1915. Served in Flanders Oct. 1914 to June 1915, and at Home June 
1915 to Feb. 1919. Wounded at Ypres May 1915. 

CEDRIC LLEWELLYN LONGSTAFF. 

Admitted Dec. 1901, practised at Lichfield. MobiKsed Aug. 1914, as 
Capt., 6th Batt. North Staffordshire Regt., promoted Major in May 1916. 
Awarded the T.D. Served at Home and in France and Flanders. Reverted 
to T.F. Reserve Jan. 26, 1918. 

VICTOR CHARLES HAMILTON LONGSTAFFE. 

Admitted Oct. 1912. Member of Dod, Longstaffe, Son & Fenwick, of 
16 Berners Street, W. Served as Sub-Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 
Royal Naval Air Service. 



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JOHN LONGTON. 

Articled to H. J. Longton, of Warrington. Served as Cadet, Sandhurst 
College. 

JOHN FREDERICK LONSDALE. 

Admitted Aug. 1900. Member of Lonsdale & Everidge, of 1 Adam Street, 
Adelphi, W.C. Joined June 1918, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C., afterwards 
Math 22nd (Garrison) Officers Cadet Corps, Cambridge, and subsequently- 
gazetted 2nd Lieut. Middlesex Regt. 

GILBERT HENRY LORD. 

Admitted April 1904. Member of Lord & Gunn, of 4 Dove Court, Old 
Jewry, E.C. Joined Dec. 1, 1915, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London 
Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. The King's 0\vn Royal 
Lancaster Regt. July 11, 1916, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1918. Once mentioned 
in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in France and Belgium. Wounded 
at 3rd Battle of Ypres Aug. 2, 1917. 

WILLIAM HAW^ORTH LORD. 

Articled to W. P. Kay, of Darwen. Served in Royal Army Service Corps. 

JOHN TREVELYAN LOUCH. 

Admitted Feb. 1914. Member of W. H. Belcher & Co., of Newbury, 
Berks. Served as Lieut., Wessex (Reserve) Divisional Train, Royal Army- 
Service Corps (T)., subsequently promoted Capt. 

HENRY DODDINGTON LOVEDAY. 

Admitted Aug. 1904. Managing Clerk with Stockton, Sons & Fortescue, 
of Banbury. Joined Nov. 1914, as Private, 4th Batt. Oxford and Bucks 
Light Infantry. Served in France. Killed in action Aug. 1916. 

ARTHUR JAMES LOVELACE. 

Admitted Nov. 1903. Clerk to Kenneth Brown, Baker & Baker, of 
Lennox House, Norfolk Street, Strand, W.C. Joined June 19, 1916, as 2nd 
Air Mechanic (Fitter), Royal Flying Corps, subsequently promoted 1st Air- 
Craftsman. Served at Home and in Egypt. 

THOMAS WHITE LOVELACE. 

Admitted Nov. 1909. Managing Clerk with Burt & Evans, of Ross, 
Herefordshire. Joined Oct. 11, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 2/2 Wessex (Howitzer) 
Brigade Royal Field Artillery (T.F.), promoted Lieut. June 1916, attached 
20th Battery Royal Field Artillery Feb. 1917, Hon. Capt. and A.D.C. to Lieut.- 
Governor of Bihar and Orissa, India, Aug. 1917 to March 1918. Served at 
Home Oct. 1915 to May 1916, India May 1916 to Jan. 1917 and May 1917 to 
April 1918, Mesopotamia Jan. to May 1917. Concussion from shell explosion 
March 14, 1917. Wounded April 21, 1917. 

BERTRAM LOVELL. 

Articled to Edward Lovell, of Gravesend. Joined Feb. 10, 1916, as 
Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. Tank Corps Nov. 24, 1916, promoted Lieut. May 1918, A/Capt. Aug. 
1918 to April 1919. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home, France, Belgium, 
and Germany. Wounded July 31, 1917. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 347 

EDWARD WYCHERLEY LOVELL. 

Admitted July 1902. Member of Edward Lovell & Son, of Gravesend. 
Joined July 19, 1916, as Private, The Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regt., and 
subsequently promoted Corporal. Awarded the M.M. Served at Home and 
in France. Wounded at Avelny Wood, Somme, June 30, 1918, and discharged 
from wounds Sept. 20, 1918. 

JOHN SPENCER LOVELL. 

Admitted Dec. 1895. Member of Lovell & White, of 5 Thavies Inn, E.C. 
Joined Dec. 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Garrison Artillery (Special Reserve), 
promoted A/Capt. March 1917. Served in France and Belgium. Wounded 
Aug. 14, 1917, and Nov. 2, 1918. 

HOWARD ST. JOHN LOW. 

Articled to V. H. Low, of 12 Bread Street, Cheapside, E.C. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). 
Served at Home and in France 1914 to 1915. Discharged May 20, 1915, 
*' being no longer fit physically for War service." Died Sept. 21, 1917. 

ARTHUR HOLDEN LOWE. 

Admitted Oct. 1912. Of 1 Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, E.C. Served 
as Capt., 8th Batt. Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry. 

CHARLES CONYERS LOWE. 

Admitted Nov. 3, 1908. Member of Stapleton & Son of Stamford. 
Joined Nov. 1, 1915, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Machine Gun Corps Sept. 26, 1916, promoted Lieut. March 1918. Served 
in France March 1917 to Jan. 1919. 

NORMAN DOSSON LOWLESS. 

Admitted July 1905. Member of Lowless & Lowless, of Pembroke. 
Served as Capt., 4th Batt. The Welch Regt. 

ERNEST ALFRED LOWNDES. 

Admitted July 1902. Member of Lowndes & Son, of 15 George Street, 
Mansion House, E.C. Joined Oct. 10, 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. 
Gazetted Lieut. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry Dec. 20, 1914, promoted 
Capt. Jan. 1915. Served at Home and in France. Discharged Oct. 1917 on 
account of injuries received on Active Service. 

WILLIAM HENRY LOWNDES. 

Admitted Jan. 1909. Member of Lightfoot & Lo^vndes, of Thame, Oxon. 
Joined Aug. 11, 1917, as Paymaster Sub-Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 
H.M.S. Crescent, appointed on Staff of Commander in- Chief Coast of Scotland, 
about Dec. 1917 as Assistant Duty Staff Officer. Served with H.M.S. Crescent 
and at Rosyth. 

ARCHIBALD LOY. 

Articled to C. A. White, of Barnsley. Joined Oct. 30, 1916, as 3rd 
Writer, in H.M. Navy, promoted Paymaster Sub-Lieut. Royal Naval Volunteer 
Reserve Oct. 2, 1917. Served in Home waters Nov. 1916 to Oct. 1917, and 
on Staff of Commander-in-Chief North America and West Indies StatioiL 
Nov. 1917 to March 1919. 



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ALFRED EYRE OWEN LUCAS. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Of Bombay. Served as Private, Bombay Volunteer 
Rifles. 

EDWARD LUCAS. 

Admitted Jan. 1913. Member of Lucas & Lucas, of Sheffield. Joined 
Oct. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. York and Lancaster Regt., promoted Lieut. 
March 1915, Temp. Capt. June 1915, Capt. June 1916, A/Major three times. 
Awarded the M.C. and French Croix de Guerre with Gold Star. Served at 
Home Oct. 1914 to Jan. 1917, and in France Jan. 1917 to Jan. 1919. 

GEORGE FREDERICK LUCAS. 

Admitted Aug. 1903. Member of Lucas, Hutchinson & Meek, of Darling- 
ton. Joined Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 4th Batt. Yorkshire Regt., promoted Capt. 
Aug. 1915, transferred to Royal Flying Corps Sept. 1916. Once mentioned 
in Dispatches. Served in France 1915 to 1916. Wounded at Ypres, May 1915. 

W^ILLIAM HERBERT LUCAS. 

Articled to H. N. Lucas, of Sheffield. Joined Aug. 5, 1914, Inns of Court 
O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 8th Batt. North Staffordshire Regt. Sept. 8, 
1914, promoted Lieut. June 1915. Served at Home until July 1915, and 
subsequently in France. Killed in action Jan. 21, 1916. 

ERIC WILLIAM HARRY LUCK. 

Admitted Feb. 1911, practising at Chester. Joined Sept. 10, 1914, as 
2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. Cheshire Regt., promoted Capt. Jime 1916. Served 
at Home and in Egypt. 

PERCY LUDBROOK. 

Admitted April 1907. Managing Clerk with Oliver & Nutt, of 14 Coleman 
Street, E.C. Joined Sept. 1, 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London 
Regt. (Artists Rifles), promoted Lance-Corporal May 1915. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 7th Batt. London Regt. Sept. 22, 1915, promoted Lieut. Feb. 1917, 
posted to 18th Batt. April to May 1918, and to 19th Batt. May 1918 to May 
1919, A/Capt. Sept. 1916 to March 1917, Aug. to Nov. 1917 and Aug. 1918 to 
May 1919. Served at Home and in France. 

FRANK LUDLAM. 

Articled to A. E. C. Ludlam, of Sheffield. Joined Sept. 5, 1914, as Trooper, 
Queen's Own Yorkshire Dragoons. Obtained commission in Royal Field 
Artillery as 2nd Lieut. Oct. 17, 1914, and joined " B " Battery 107th Brigade, 
promoted Lieut. Sept. 1915, Capt. April 1917, Major March 1918. Awarded 
the M.C. Served in France Aug. 1915 to Aug. 1916 and Sept. 1917 to Feb. 
1919. Wounded at Guillemont, Somme, Aug. 22, 1916. 

LEONARD GORDON SUTTON LUDLOW. 

Articled to H. S. Ludlow, of 7 Broad Court Chambers, Bow Street, W.C. 
Served as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. 

JOSEPH WILLIAM LUMB. 

Admitted Aug. 1906, practised at Barnoldswick, near Skipton. Joined 
Jan. 5, 1917, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 1/4 Batt. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 349 

Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regt. Sept. 1917. Awarded the M.C. 
Served in France. Wounded Oct. 18, 1918, and died Oct. 30, 1918. Interred 
at Etaples Military Cemetery, France. 

SAM LUMB. 

Admitted Dec. 1912, practised at Halifax. Served as Private, Notts and 
Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters). Died Nov. 2, 1917, of wounds received 
in action. 

ARCHIBALD BASIL LLTMLEY. 

Articled to Claude Lumley & Co., of 130 Strand, W.C. Joined Nov. 12, 
1914, Inns of Court O.T.C., and subsequently promoted Corporal. Served 
at Home. Discharged June 6, 1916. 

ARTHUR GORBUTT LUNT. 

Admitted June 1913. Member of Shield & Mackarness, of Petersfield 
and Alresford, Hants; and London. Joined Feb. 5, 1917, as Driver, Royal 
Horse Artillery. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery July 31, 1917. 
Served at Home and in France. 

GILBERT LUPTON. 

Articled to D. F. Hart, of Manchester. Served as Corporal, Duke of 
Lancaster's Own Yeomanry. 

HAROLD BROW^TRIGG LUPTON. 

Admitted Sept. 1907. Of Chorley. Served as Private, Stretcher Bearer 
Company. 

ALLAN AYLMER LUXMOORE. 

Admitted June 1906. Member of Wilsons, Ornsby & Cadle, of Durham. 
Joined Aug. 4, 1916, as Lieut., Northumberland Fusiliers, promoted Capt. 
Feb. 1917 Served at Home. 

GEORGE HENRY HUDSON LYALL. 

Admitted May 1897. Member of Gush, Phillips, Walters & Williams, of 
3 Finsbury Circus, E.C. Joined April 1918 Royal Air Force. Gazetted Lieut. 
May 1918, Capt. Aug. 1918, Staff-Capt. Sept. 1918. Once mentioned in Dis- 
patches. Awarded the M.B.E. (Military Division). Served at Home and 
with British Peace Delegation, Paris, during 1919. 

CHARLES RADFIRTH LY^IN. 

Articled to F. C. Lymn, of Matlock. Joined Sept. 4, 1914, as Private, 4th 
Batt. University and Public School Corps (21st) (Service) Batt. Royal FusiHers. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 2nd Batt. Lincohishire Regt. Sept. 1616, transferred as 
Sub-Lieut, to Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Nov. 1916 and attached Royal 
Naval Air Service, Airship Section (Meteorological Officer), promoted Lieut. 
June 1917, Capt. Royal Air Force Aug. 1918. Served at Home Sept. 1914 to 
Nov. 1915 and May 1916 to April 1919, and in France Nov. 1915 to May 1916. 

ROBERT FRANCIS LYNE. 

Admitted July 1906. Member of Lyne & Co., of Newport, Mon. Joined 
Sept. 30, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 1/4 Welsh Brigade Royal Field Artillery (T.), 
promoted Lieut. June 1916, A/Capt. July 1918, Temp. Capt. March 1919. 



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Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in Gallipoli July to Dec. 1915, and in 
Egypt and Palestine Dec. 1915 to July 1919. 

ALGERNON JASPER LYON. 

Admitted Nov. 1877. Member of Lyon & Son, of Cambridge. Served 
in France with 40th Div. B.E.F. from June 17, 1917, as a Town Major with rank 
of Colonel. 

ABRAHAM MONTAGU LYONS. 

Articled to Williams & Son, of Lincoln. Joined Oct. 23, 1914, as Lieut., 
Durham Light Infantry, transferred to General List of Officers Nov. 1915, 
employed as a Recruiting Officer for the London Recruiting District Nov. 
1915 to March 1916, reported to Durham Light Infantry in Sept. 1916. 
Invalided on account of ill-health Sept. 1916. Served in England. 

CECIL HYNES LYSON. 

Articled to A. W. Weldon, of 27 Chancery Lane, W.C. Joined 1914, as 
Cadet, University of London O.T.C. Subsequently gazetted Lieut. Royal Army 
Ordnance Dept. 

LUMLEY FITZGERALD LYSTER. 

Articled to F. H. Edwards, of Liverpool. Served as 2nd Lieut., Royal 
Army Medical Corps, promoted Lieut. Aug. 1917. 

GEORGE HALL LYSTER-TODD. 

Admitted April 1910. Of 14 Hart Street, W.C. Joined April 1916, as 
Assistant Paymaster, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Discharged as unfit 
for Active Service April 1917. Joined the British Red Cross Society in July 
and went to Le Havre, where worked as a Searcher in the Wounded and Missing 
Department. Served at Home, Scapa Flow on H.M.S. Cyclops, and then in 
Le Havre, France. Died from tuberculosis at Avon, near Fontainebleau, 
France, Oct. 12, 1919. 



SANDYS STUART MACASKIE. 

Admitted Feb. 1913. Member of Guedella, Jacobson & Spyer, of Win- 
chester House, Old Broad Street, E.C. ; and Austin Friars House, E.C. Served 
as 2nd Lieut., 1st Batt. County of London Yeomanry (Middlesex Hussars), 
promoted Capt. June 1916. 

GEORGE CECIL GORDON MACAULAY. 

Articled to A. H. Redfearn, of Heckmondwike. Joined Sept. 19, 1914, 
Public School Batt., attached 12th Batt. Middlesex Regt. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 3rd Batt. East Yorkshire Regt. Feb. 8, 1915, promoted Lieut. 60th 
Trench Mortar Battery March 1916. Served in France Aug. 1915 to Sept. 
1916 and Nov. 1916 to May 1917. Wounded on the Somme, Sept. 16, 1916. 
Killed at Bailleul, near Arras, May 2, 1917. 

ALEXANDER HAMILTON Mt BEAN. 

Admitted Nov. 1900. Member of R. A. Willcock, Taylor & Co., of Wolver- 
hampton. Served as Capt., 6th Batt. South Staffordshire Regt. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 351 

WALTER McBRIDE 

Admitted Dec. 1911. Member of McBride & Co., 150 Southampton Row, 
W.C. Served as Capt., 9th Batt. London Regt. 

COLIN McCARRAHER. 

Articled to G. A. Waller, of Southampton. Joined May 5, 1915, as 
Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Commissioned 
2nd Lieut. 4th (Hallamshire) Batt. York and Lancaster Regt. Sept. 24, 1915. 
Served in France. Wounded on the Somme July 21, 1916. Discharged on 
account of wounds July 1, 1917. 

THADDEUS FRANCIS McCARTHY. 

Articled to R. A. Loseby, of Leicester. Joined Dec. 1915 as Private, 
28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Loyal North Lancashire Regt. Sept. 1916, promoted Lieut. March 1918. 
Awarded the M.C. Served in France. Wounded Aug. 10, 1917. Killed in 
action at Bailleul, France, April 14, 1918. 

JOHN PONSONBY McCLELLAN. 

Admitted May 1909. Managing Clerk with Linklater & Co., of 2 Bond 
Court, E.C. MobiUsed Aug. 5, 1914, as Lance-Corporal, 1/14 Batt. County of 
London Regt. (London Scottish) and attained the rank of Sergeant. Served 
in France and Belgium Sept. 1914 to Oct. 1915. Wounded at Hulluch Oct. 13, 
1915. Discharged as result of wounds Feb. 28, 1918. 

GEORGE McCONNELL. 

Admitted Nov. 1902, practising at North Shields. Joined June 13, 1916, 
as Sapper, Royal Engineers (Tyne Electrical Engineers) (T.). Commissioned 
2nd Lieut. June 12, 1917, promoted Lieut. Dec. 1918. Served at Home. 

THOMAS ROBERT McCREADY. 

Articled to Edgcombe Stevens, of Plymouth. Joined March 13, 1915, 
as 2nd Lieut., Royal Marines, promoted Lieut. Nov. 1915, Capt. Nov. 1916, 
Major Aug. 1917. Lieut. -Col. Dec. 1917, seconded Machine Gun Corps for 
services with Royal Naval Division Dec. 1917. Three times mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. and M.C. Served in Gallipoli July to Nov. 
1915, and in France, Belgium, and Germany Aug. 1916 to Nov. 1919. Wounded 
Aug. 10, 1915, June 7, 1916, and Jan. 3, 1918. 

HENRY GOURLAY CRICHTON M CREATH. 

Admitted June 1909, practising at Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Served as Capt., 
Border Regt. 

REGINALD McDONALD. 

Admitted Aug. 1905, practising at Devonport. Joined June 19, 1918, 
as Driver, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). Commissioned as 2nd Lieut. 
in same Regt. Oct. 14, 1918. Served in France. 

RONALD BRUCE McDONALD. 

Admitted Dec. 1908. Member of Joynson-Hicks, Hunt-Cardew & 
McDonald, of Lennox House, Norfolk Street, Strand, W.C. Joined Dec. 15, 
1915, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 



352 RECORD OF SERVICE 

June 19, 1916, promoted Lieut. Dec. 1917, Capt. May 1918. Once mentioned 
in Dispatches. Served at Home and in Italy. 

ARTHUR CURTEISS MACE. 

Articled to A. J. Ellis, of Maidstone. Served as Private, 3rd (Public 
Schools) Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 

JOSEPH MUNN MACE. 

Admitted April 1883, practising at Tenterden. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, 
as Col. in command of 1/5 Batt. East Kent Regt. (The Buffs). Twice men- 
tioned in Dispatches. Served in Mesopotamia. Wounded at Sheik Saad 
Jan. 7, 1916. 

LAWRENCE JOSEPH McEVOY. 

Admitted March 1910, practising at Blackburn. Served as Private, 
Royal Army Medical Corps. 

NORMAN HOWARD STANLEY MACFADZEAN. 

Admitted Jan. 1904, practising at Sunderland. Joined Feb. 3, 1917, as 
Private, Hon. Artillery Company. Served in France and Belgium April to 
Nov. 1917, Italy Dec. 1917 to Dec. 1918, and with Army of Occupation in 
Austria Dec. 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

CYRIL SKELTON McFALL. 

Articled to Arthur Porter, of Romford, Essex. Joined Dec. 11, 1915, as 
Private, 3rd Batt. Essex Regt. Served at Home. 

JAMES ALEXANDER McFARLANE. 

Articled to W. L. Holden, of Liverpool. Served as Capt., Railway Trans- 
port Officer, West Lanes. Division (T.) 

JAMES MACFIE. 

Admitted Jan. 1892. Member of Barrow, Smith &Macfie, of Manchester. 
Joined June 4, 1915, as Lieut., Manchester Regt. (T.), promoted to Major 
Indian Army Reserve of Officers, and appointed Deputy Judge Advocate- 
General to Baluchistan Expeditionary Force. Assistant Judge Advocate- 
General Southern Command, India. Served in India and Afghanistan. 

JOSEPH CHARLES McGRATH. 

Admitted Aug. 1901, practising at Wakefield. Joined Feb. 1915, as 2nd 
Lieut., 161st Brigade Royal Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. July 1915 when 
appointed Adjutant to 175th Brigade, promoted Capt. and Staff Capt. General 
Staff Oct. 1915. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France 3 years. 

HUGH WELLS MACHELL. 

Admitted Sept. 1902, practising at Workington. Joined 1917, as Pay- 
master, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Served at Home at Admiralty, and 
in Mediterranean, Adriatic, and Sea of Marmora. 

HUGH JOHN TURNLY McILVEEN. 

Admitted April 1902, practising at Lewes. Joined Dec. 6, 1915, as Lieut., 
Royal Army Service Corps, subsequently promoted Capt. Served at Home. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 353 

JOHN MACILVENNA. 

Admitted Feb. 1908, practising at Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Joined Nov. 22, 
1915, as Lieut., Royal Army Veterinary Corps, promoted Capt. Nov. 1916, 
Major (Deputy Assistant Director of Veterinary Services, General Headquarters 
E.E.F.) Jan. 1919. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded O.B.E. (Military 
Division). Served in Egypt, Syria, and Palestine. 

ARTHUR ARNOLD McILWAINE. 

Articled to Edward Wilson, of Newport, and Shanklin, Isle of Wight. 
Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, 3rd Batt. Hampshire Regt. Subsequently 
gazetted 2nd Lieut. Loyal North Lancashire Regt. Kalled in France March 4, 
1916. 

RONALD CHARLES MACINTOSH. 

Articled to A. C. Macintosh, of Cardiff. Joined Aug. 6, 1914, as Gunner, 
Royal Field Artillery, promoted to Sergeant. Served in France, Egypt, and 
Palestine 1915 to 1919. 

DAVID MACIVER. 

Admitted Jan. 1901. Member of Cameron, Maciver & Davie, of Liver- 
pool. Joined Nov. 1917, as Private, 3rd Batt. Kjng's Liverpool Regt. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Labour Corps Feb. 1918, transferred 9th (Russian) Labour Batt. 
June 1918. Served at Home. 

JOHN BICKERTON McKAIG. 

Admitted April 1910. Managing Clerk with Weightman, Redder & Co., 
of Liverpool. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 6th Batt. The King's Liverpool 
Regt., promoted Major Aug. 1916, Lieut. -Col. Sept. 1916 and commanded 6th 
Rifle Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. from Sept. 1916 to end of War. Four 
times mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the D.S.O. and Bar. Served in 
France and Belgium Feb. 1915 to June 1919. 

ALEXADNER WILLIAM MACKAY. 

Articled to C. O. Jones, of Holyhead. Joined Oct. 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 
26th Batt. Royal Fusiliers (Bankers). Promoted Lieut, and Adjutant Jan. 1916, 
Capt. and Adjutant June 1917. Awarded the M.C. Served in France from 
spring 1916 to Sept. 1917. Died of wounds Sept. 28, 1917. 

DONALD PALEY MACKAY. 

Admitted May 1909. Member of Russell & Mackay, of York. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Capt. 1/5 Batt. West Yorkshire Regt., and subsequently pro- 
moted Major. Served in France April 1915 to Oct. 1917. Killed in action 
at Passchendaele Oct. 9, 1917. 

ANDREW NEILL MACKEAN. 

Articled to F. W. Owen, of 58 Lombard Street, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, 
as Private, Hon. Artillery Company. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison 
Artillery (S.R.) Oct. 28, 1915, and subsequently promoted Capt. Once men- 
tioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in France Sept. 1914 to April 
1915 and June 1916 to Jan. 1919. 

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354 RECORD OF SERVICE 

FREDERICK JOHN McKENZIE. 

Admitted Feb. 1879, practised at Sunderland. Served as Lieut.-Col., 
(General Service) Regular Army. 

GEORGE ARCHIBALD MACKENZIE. 

Admitted Dec. 1907, practising at 108a Cannon Street, E.C. Joined Sept. 2, 

1914, as Private, 18th (1st Public Schools) Batt., Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery Jan. 1, 1915, promoted Lieut. Nov. 1915. 
Served in France July 1915 to Jan. 1917. Services subsequently lent to 
Foreign Office. Served British Legation, Athens, 1917 to 1918. 

HAROLD EDGAR McKENZIE. 

Admitted Oct. 13, 1909, practising at Southport, Lanes. Joined Dec. 1, 

1915, as 2nd Lieut., 4th East Lanes. Brigade Royal Field Artillery. Promoted 
Lieut. June 1917. Served in France Sept. 1916 to Dec. 1917. Injured in action 
at Ronssoy. 

JOHN LANT)SEER MACKENZIE. 

Admitted April 1913. Managing Clerk with W. Silverwood Cope, of 
3 New Court, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Joined Oct. 1914, as Private, Royal West 
Surrey Regt., transferred to Royal Sussex Regt. Served at Home, in Egypt, 
and on Western Front, and with the Army of Occupation, the Rhine. 

WILLIAM FREDERICK MACKETT. 

Articled to F. A. P. Sylvester, of Trowbridge, Wilts. Joined Sept. 1, 1914, 
as Private, 1/4 Batt. Wiltshire Regt. (T.), promoted Lance-Corporal Sept. 
1914, attached 2nd Batt. Dorset Regt. May 1915, transferred to Royal Engineers 
Jan. 1917, and attained rank of Company Sergeant -Major. Granted a G.S. com- 
mission and attached to Royal Engineers (I.W.T.) Aug. 25, 1917, promoted 
Lieut. Feb. 1919. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home Sept. 
to Oct. 1914, India Oct. 1914 to May 1915, and in Mesopotamia May 1915 to 
Jan. 1919. Wounded at Ctesiphon Nov. 24, 1915. 

MILBURN VINCENT MACKEY. 

Admitted April 1914. Of Rochester. Served as Private, Inns of Court 
O.T.C. 

GEORGE VINCENT MACKRELL. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Member of T. K. Greenwood and Mackrell, of Brad- 
ford. Joined Dec. 6, 1915, as Motor Cyclist Pioneer, Royal Engineers, promoted 
Motor Cyclist Corporal May 1916. Served in France. Wounded in Somme 
offensive March 24, 1918. 

OSCAR WHITTICK MACKRILL. 

Admitted Feb. 1909. Member of Mackrill & Cooper, of Hull. Joined 
May 1916, as Air-Mechanic (Driver), Royal Naval Air Service. Served at Home 
and in France. 

DOUGLAS MACLAREN. 

Admitted Sept. 1903, practising at Carlisle. Mobilised in Aug. 1914, as 
Capt., 11th Batt. Border Regt. and subsequently attached 25th Batt. 
King's Liverpool Regt. Served at Home and in France. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 355 

FRANCIS MALCOLM McLAREN. 

Articled to T. W. Thompson, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Mobilised Aug. 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., 6th Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers (T.), promoted 
Lieut. May 1915, Capt. Sept. 1917. Served in France and Belgium. 

ALAN STEWART MACLAUCHLAN. 

Admitted Jan. 1911, practising at Southampton. Joined Sept. 1914, as 
Private, 7th City of London Batt. London Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Hants Royal Garrison Artillery (T.) March 26, 1915, promoted Lieut. 1916. 
Served at Home Anti- Aircraft Unit 1916, and in France Jan. to March 1915 
and 1917 to 1918. Killed at Arras March 28, 1918. 

JOHN STUART McLELLAN. 

Admitted Feb. 1898, practised at Rochester. Served as Lieut., The Rifle 
Brigade, promoted Capt. Oct. 1918. 

ALAN FRANCIS MACLURE. 

Admitted Nov. 1897. Member of Crofton, Craven & Co., of Manchester. 
Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Lieut. -Col., 7th Batt Lancashire Fusiliers. Served 
in Egypt and Gallipoli. Wounded at Gallipoli May 1915 and placed on 
Reserve May 1916. 

JOHN MAXWELL McMASTER. 

Admitted Feb. 1882, practising at Liverpool. Served as Lieut. -Col. 
(Hon. Col.), 5th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. (T.) Mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded C.M.G. 

JOHN MELROSE MACMILLAN. 

Admitted June 1906, practising at Wadebridge, Cornwall. Joined Oct. 
1914, as Lieut., Supernumerary Coy. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, 
transferred to Royal Defence Corps April 1916, promoted Capt. July 1917. 
Served at Home. 

WILLIAM JOHN McMILLIN. 

Admitted Feb. 1909, practising at Liverpool. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as 
Capt., 9th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. Served at Home. Invalided out 
Oct. 15, 1916. 

ARTHUR DE FREYNE MACMIN. 

Articled to J. Macmin, of 15 Dowgate Hill, Cannon Street, E.C. Joined 
Oct. 1914, as Private, 13th Batt. County of London Regt., promoted Corporal 
Dec. 1914. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1915, promoted Lieut. June 1916, Capt. 
July 1917, attached Machine Gun Corps June 1918. Served at Home and in 
France. 

DONALD SCOTT ANT)ERSON McMURTRIE. 

Articled to J. H. Inskip, of Bristol. Served as 2nd Lieut., 6th Batt. 
Gloucestershire Regt. and subsequently transferred to South Midland Royal 
Engineers. 

BRIAN CAMERON MACNAMARA. 

Articled to C. H. Rimdell, of 9 John Street, W.C. Served as Private, Inns of 
Court O.T.C. 



356 RECORD OF SERVICE 

HENRY CHARLES MACNAMARA. 

Admitted Feb. 1914, practised at Hull. Served as Capt., 2nd Northum- 
brian Brigade Royal Field Artillery. 

DOUGLAS RAMSAY McNAUGHT. 

Articled to Samuel Garrett, of St. Michael's Rectory, Cornhill, E.C. Joined 
Inns of Court O.T.C. July 1915, and obtained commission as 2nd Lieut. 
8th Batt. Gordon Highlanders Aug. 1915. Served in France April 1916 to 
Jan. 1917. Invalided home Jan. 1917. Accidentally killed March 27, 1917, 
while conducting operations at Porton Range, Salisbury Plain. 

DONALD ROBERT McNISH. 

Admitted Dec. 1906. Practised at Nottingham. Served as Lance-Corporal. 

ALISTER MACNIVEN. 

Articled to A. D. Brooks, of Birmingham. Served with 7th Batt. Queen's 
O-vNTi Cameron Highlanders. 

GERALD EDWARD CAMPBELL MACONCHY. 

Admitted Feb. 1901, practising at Arundel Street* W.C. Joined Oct. 25, 
1918, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Air Force. Served at Home. 

AGNEW MAIN MACPHAIL. 

Articled to David Main, of Carlisle. Joined Aug. 15, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
3rd Batt. Royal Berkshire Regt., promoted to Lieut. March 1915, Capt. Dec. 
1915, attached to 1st Batt. King's Shropshire Light Infantry April to June 
1915. Awarded M.B.E. Served at Home and in France. Wounded at Ypres 
June 6, 1915. 
ERNEST FRANK McQUEEN. 

Admitted Aug. 1905, practising at 45 Bloomsbury Square, W.C. Joined 
Aug. 10, 1914, as Private, Hon. Artillery Company (Infantry), promoted 
A/Corporal Feb. 1915. Recommended for commission in the field May 1915, 
but wounded before appointment. Served in Flanders Sept. 1914 to June 1915. 
Severely wounded at Ypres June 10, 1915. Discharged Dec. 12, 1915. 

NORMAN McQUEEN. 

Admitted Jan. 1906, practising at 5 Argyle Place, W. Served as Lieut., 
10th Batt. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, promoted Capt. Oct. 1915. 
Mentioned in Lispatches. Awarded D.S.O. and Bar. Brevet Major June 1919. 

HUBERT FRANKLIN MADDERS. 

Member of Sharpe, Pritchard & Co., of 12 New Court, Carey Street, W.C. 
Joined Dec. 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Field Artillery. Served in France. 
Killed near Authville, in the Battle of the Somme, July 1, 1916. 

LIONEL CUTHBERT MADDISON. 

Articled to R. W. Cooper, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
15th Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers. 

FRANK MADGETT. 

Admitted Sept. 1907, practising at 218 Strand, W.C. Joined Sept. 17, 
1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Field Artillery. Promoted Lieut. April 1916, Adjutant 
April 1916, Capt. June 1917, Staff Capt. 1918 to 1919, Brigade Major 1919. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home and in France. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 357 

GEORGE EDWARD HINDLEY MAGGS. 

Admitted May 1885. Member of Scholefield, Taylor & Maggs, of Batley. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 4th Batt. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, 
promoted Major July 1915, Brigade Major 187th Infantry Brigade, 62nd 
Division, Feb. to Sept. 1915. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home 
(England and Ireland). 

JOHN GEORGE MAHAFFY. 

Admitted May 1911, practising at Manchester. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
Royal Irish Regt. 

WILLIAM ARTHUR MAHANY. 

Admitted Oct. 1904, practising at Plymouth. Joined Nov. 1916, as 3rd 
Writer, Royal Navy. Served in the Grand Fleet and at Devonport. 

HEATHFIELD MACMAHON MAHON. 

Admited Feb. 1903. Member of Hyde, Mahon & Pascall, of 33 Ely Place, 
Holborn, E.C. Joined June 6, 1916, as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Dec, 20, 1916, promoted Lieut. June 1918. Served at 
Home June 1916 to May 1917 and in France May 1917 to Jan. 1919. 

DAVID MAIN. 

Admitted Aug. 1884. Member of Blackburn & Main, practising at 
Carhsle. Served at Home from May 15, 1915, as Major (Lieut.-Col. and Hon. 
Col. retired) Royal Field Artillery (T.). Once mentioned in Dispatches. 

FRANCIS HENRY MAINPRICE. 

Articled to W. E. M. Mainprice, of Manchester. Joined Nov. 4, 1914, as 
2nd Lieut., 7th Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers, promoted Lieut. 1915, Capt. 1917. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served at Gallipoli Oct. 
1915 to Jan. 1916, Sinai Desert, Jan. 1916 to Feb. 1917, and in France Feb. 1917 
to April 1918. Wounded April 5, 1918, left arm amputated. 

ALEXANDER WOOD MAITLAND. 

Articled to Percy S. Howarth, of Bury. Joined Oct. 1915, as Private, Inns 
of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery June 9, 1917, 
promoted Lieut. Nov. 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
M.C. Served in France. Wounded at Sandemont Sept. 17, 1918. 

JOHN PELHAM BLANCHARD MAITLANT). 

Admitted Sept. 1905. Member of Maitland & Son, of Wakefield. Joined 
the Army soon after the outbreak of War and subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
11th Batt. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Attained the rank of Capt. 
Died of pneumonia at Military Hospital, Harrogate, Aug. 2, 1915. 

HUGH JOHN INLilTLANTD-JONES. 

Articled to M. R. Richards, of Llanelly. Served as Trooper, Montgomery- 
shire Yeomanry. 

MAURICE MICHAEL MAIZELS. 

Admitted July 1916, practising at Bradford, Yorks. Joined Nov. 6, 
1916, as Ordinary Seaman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, afterwards 
Telegraphist. Served in Home Waters, H.M.T. Roche Castle. 



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RONALD EVERITT MAJOR. 

Admitted July 1914. Of Liverpool. Served as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. 
Royal Welch Fusiliers (T.). 

MATTHEW JAIVIES MANNIA MAKALUA. 

Articled to A. W. Weldon, of 27 Chancery Lane, W.C. Joined in 1914, as 
Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt, (Artists Rifles). Gazetted Lieut. 
3rd South Down Batt. Royal Sussex Regt. and subsequently promoted Major. 
Awarded O.B.E. and Croix de Guerre. 

JOHN RAYIMOND MALLALIEU. 

Articled to John Watson, of Liverpool. Joined Feb. 23, 1915, as 2nd 
Lieut., 14th Batt. Cheshire Regt., promoted Lieut. May 1917, transferred 
to 9th Batt. Dec. 1915, attached 2nd Batt. Oct. 1918. Awarded the M.C. 
Served in France Dec. 1915 to July 1916 and May 1917 to March 1918, and in 
Salonica Sept. 1918 to Feb. 1919. Wounded July 1916 and March 1918. 

GEORGE MALPAS. 

Articled to Edward Hobbs, of Portsmouth, and afterwards Managing Clerk 
with Hubert A. Way, of Southsea. Joined Jan. 21, 1916, as Driver, Royal 
Marine Artillery. Served in France. 

EDWARD MARTIN MAMMATT. 

Admitted April 1912. Member of Owen & Mammatt, of Birmingham. 
Served as 2nd Lieut., 6th Batt. Leicestershire Regt., promoted Lieut. Feb. 
1918. 

FREDERICK WILLIAM MANDER. 

Admitted May, 1903. Member of C. J. Mander & Sons, of 7 New Square, 
Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Joined O.T.C., Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.) March 12, 
1917. Granted commission as 2nd Lieut. May 7, 1917. Served at Home 
6 months and in France 13 months. 

HARRY ILIFFE MANDER. 

Admitted Dec. 1897, practising at Coventry. Joined July 18, 1918, as 
Private, 13th Batt. Somerset Light Infantry. Served at Home. 

JOHN STEELE MANDNELL. 

Admitted Jan. 1898. Of 8 Coleman Street, E.C. Served with 1st Batt. 
Border Regt. 

EDWARD ASHBURNER MANISTY. 

Admitted July 1898. Member of Nicholl Manisty & Co., of 1 Howard 
Street, Strand, W.C. Joined Nov. 1914, as Major, Lincolnshire Yeomanry. 
Served at Home. Retired May 6, 1917. 

FRANCIS CYRIL CHURCHILL MANLEY. 

Articled to F. C. Manley, of Hull. Joined Sept. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. 
East Yorkshire Regt. and was afterwards with the Royal Engineers (T.), then 
Royal Field Artillery Reserve of Officers, " C " Battery, 167th Brigade, 33rd 
Division, then transferred as Observer to Royal Air Force, 52nd Squadron. 
Served in France. Accidentally killed at Throwley Aerodrome, Kent, Aug. 11, 
1918. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 359 

FREDERICK JAMES MANN. 

Articled to F. W. Mann, of Bank Buildings, Kingsway, W.C. Joined 1914, 
as Sergt., 3rd Batt. Northamptonshire Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 7th Batt. 
Dorsetshire Regt., promoted Capt. May 1918. Mentioned in Dispatches and 
awarded the M.C. 

LESLIE JOHN MANN. 

Articled to F. J. Mann, of 17 Essex Street, Strand, W.C. Mobilised 
Aug. 4, 1914, as Private, 1st Batt. Hon. Artillery Company (Infantry). Granted 
temp, commission as 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps Feb. 1915, granted 
commission as 2nd Lieut, in Regular Army (Permanent) Nov. 1915, gazetted 
as Flying Officer (Pilot) and seconded to Royal Flying Corps Jan. 1916, 
promoted Lieut. (Substantive rank) Sept. 1916, appointed Acting Flight Com- 
mander April 1918, gazetted Temp. Capt. Royal Air Force Dec. 1918. T\\ice 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in France Sept. 1914 
to Jan. 1915, Home Jan. 1915 to Feb. 1916, N.W.F. India Feb. to Oct. 
1916, Egypt Oct. 1916 to Jan. 1917, India Jan. 1917 to Oct. 1918, Aden and 
Arabia Oct. 1917 to May 1918. Wounded while flying over Turkish lines 
near Aden May 1918. 

PHILIP DALLA MANN. 

Articled to W. D. Mann, of Sunderland. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, 
16th Batt. Middlesex Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Durham Light Infantry 
Jan. 1915, promoted A/Capt. General List, attached to 151st Trench 
Mortar Battery. Served in France Aug. 1915 to Nov. 1916. 

CHARLES lORWERTH MANSEL-HOWE. 

Articled to Stanley Hoare, of 7 Wilmington Square, W.C. Served in the 
28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 21st 
Batt. London Regt, promoted Lieut. Killed in action Aug. 9, 1918. 

HERBERT CHARLES MANSFIELD. 

Admitted Oct. 1909, practising at Leicester. Joined Nov. 22, 1915, as 
Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Served at Home. Discharged Sept. 26, 1916. 

GEORGE ARTHUR MANT. 

Articled to Walter Bartlett, of 24 Bedford Row, W.C. Joined Sept. 22, 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., 9th Batt. Royal Sussex Regt., promoted Lieut. Nov. 1914, 
Capt. Sept. 1916, transferred to Suffolk Regt. March 1916. Served at Home 
Sept. 1914 to April 1916 and Jan. to May 1918, and in France April 1916 to 
Jan. 1918. Discharged May 28, 1918. 

EDWARD JOHN STANLEY MAPLES. 

Articled to H. S. Maples, of Spalding. Joined Oct. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
4th Batt. Lincolnshire Regt., promoted Lieut. Feb. 1915, Capt. Oct. 1915. 
Awarded M.C. Served at Home Oct. 1914 to July 1915, and in France July 
1915 to June. 1917. Wounded Ypres Sahent July 1915 and in Lens Sector 
June 1917. Resigned owing to wounds July 1918. 

FREDERICK CHAUNCY MAPLES. 

Admitted Nov. 1901. Member of Maples, Teesdale & Co., of 6 Frederick's 
Place, Old Jewry, E.C. Served as Lieut., Royal Field Artillery. 



360 RECORD OF SERVICE 

KENNETH JAMES MAPLES. 

Admitted July 1903. Solicitor to Great Western Railway, Paddington. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 3rd Batt. South Staffordshire Regt., attached as 
Capt. to 2nd Batt. in France March 1915. Served at Plymouth till March 1915, 
and later in France. Killed at Festubert, France, May 16, 1915. 

FRANK PERCIVAL MARCH. 

Admitted Aug. 1910, practising at Portsmouth. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
9th (Service) Batt. South Lancashire Regt., promoted Lieut. May 1917. 

ARTHUR REGINALD MARCHANT. 

Admitted July 1904, practising at 23 St. Swithin's Lane, E.C. Joined 
April 27, 1917, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps Sept. 30, 1917. Served in 
France Oct. 1917 to March 1919. 

ERNEST WILLIAM MARCHANT. 

Admitted July 1913. Member of Emery, Emery & Marchant, of Ramsgate 
and Broadstairs. Joined Sept. 3, 1914, as Private, 18th Batt. Royal Fusiliers 
(Public Schools Brigade). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 14th Batt. Middlesex Regt. 
Jan. 30, 1915, promoted Lieut. May 1915. Served in France. Wounded and 
taken prisoner at Serre, France, Nov. 13, 1916. Repatriated Dec. 13, 1918. 

ROBERT PERCY MARCHANT. 

Admitted April 1912, practising at Mansfield, Notts. Joined Sept. 16, 
1914, as Private, Public Schools Batt. Royal Fusiliers, promoted Sergeant 
Oct. 1914. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, and posted to 28th Batt. IMiddlesex Regt. 
Aug. 5, 1916, transferred to Royal Army Service Corps Nov. 1917, promoted 
Lieut. Feb. 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France Nov. 1915 
to March 1916 and Jan. 1917 to Jan. 1919. 

WILLIAM FRANCIS MARCHANT. 

Admitted Nov. 1898. Member of Marchant, Newington & Tipper, of 27 
College Street, Cannon Street, E.C. ; and Deptford. Served as Capt., 20th 
(Reserve) Batt. County of London Regt. Mentioned in Dispatches and 
awarded the O.B.E. 

WILLIAM MATTHEW MARCHANT. 

Admitted Dec. 1909, practising at 4 King's Bench Walk, E.C. Served as 
Lance-Corporal, Royal Army Service Corps. 

FREDERICK NICHOLS MARCY. 

Admitted Sept. 1903. Of 45 Oxford Terrace, W. Served as Private, Inns 
of Court O.T.C. 

AUBYN JACK MARGARY. 

Admitted Dec. 1909. Managing Clerk with Lovell, Son & Pitfield, of 3 
Gray's Inn Square W.C. Joined March 10, 1917, as Gunner, Royal Garrison 
Artillery. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery April 8, 1918. Served 
at Salonica Aug. 1918 to May 1919, and at Constantinople May to June 1919. 

KEITH FREELING MARKBY. 

Articled to Thomas Markby, of 57 Coleman Street, E.C. Served as Private, 
18th (Service) Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 3G1 

CHARLES CORNWELL MARKHAM. 

Articled to C. A. Markham, of Northampton. Joined Dec. 28, 1915, as 
Driver, " 3 B " Battery, Hon. Artillery Company. Drafted to " 1 B ^' Battery 
Ammunition Column April 1917. Served in England, Egypt, Palestine, Syria. 

CHRISTOPHER ALEXANDER IMARKHAM. 

Admitted Aug. 1887. Member of J. & C. Markham, of Northampton. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Major, 6th (Service) Batt. Northamptonshire Regt. 
Performed duty at the Depot Royal Fusiliers Regiment, Hounslow, March to 
Sept. 1915, Recruiting Officer, Kettering, Northamptonshire, Sept. 1915 to 
March 1916, then served at the Depot Northamptonshire Regt., Northampton, 
until retirement. Retired April 17, 1918. 

GEORGE WOODFINE MARKS. 

Articled to A. H. Colling^vood, of Carlisle. Mobilised Aug. 5, 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., Royal Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. Aug. 1914, Temp. Capt. Oct. 
1915, Substantive Capt. June 1916. Served in Egypt 1915 to 1917, including the 
Gallipoli Campaign and the advance across the Sinai Peninsula, and in France 
and Belgium Feb. 1917 to April 1919. Wounded at Cape Helles Sept. 1915. 

HENRY NEVILLE MARKS. 

Admitted Nov. 1911. Employed as Assistant Solicitor to the Carlisle 
Corporation. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., Royal Field Artillery, promoted 
Temp. Capt. Oct. 1915, Permanent Capt. June, 1916. Served in Egypt May 
1915 to Jan. 1917, including 6 months on Gallipoli and the advance across the 
Sinai Peninsula, and in France and Belgium Feb. 1917 to Feb. 1919. 

REGINALD WILLIAM MARLEY. 

Admitted March 1914. Of 19 Holbom Viaduct, E.C. ; and Watford. Served 
as 2nd Lieut., 5th (Reserve) Batt. Border Regt. 

DOUGLAS HERON MARRABLE. 

Admitted Feb. 1882, practised at Dorchester. Served as Lieut., Territorial 
Reserve of Officers, Musketry Officer 51st Infantry Brigade. Retired with 
rank of Capt. 

NTEVILLE FRECKELTON MARRIOTT. 

Articled to Richard Marriott, of Nottingham. Joined Aug. 25, 1914, as 
Private, Royal Fusiliers (4th Public Schools Battalion). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
9th Batt. Lincolnshire Regt. Sept. 28, 1914, promoted to Lieut. Aug. 1915, 
transferred to Machine Gun Corps Dec. 1915, promoted Capt. May 1918, and 
Adjutant Nov. 1918. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 
Served in France March 1916 to April 1919. 

RICHARD JOHN MARRIOTT. 

Admitted Sept. 1905. With the Public Trustee, Cornwall House, Stamford 
Street, E.C. Joined April 9, 1915, as Private, 28th (North-West) Batt. Canadian 
Infantry. Served in France and Belgium. Wounded at Hill 60 (Ypres) 
July 7, 1916. 

CHARLES ALBERT MARRIS. 

Admitted Nov. 1897. Member of Marris & Marris, of Worksop. Served 
as 2nd Air-Mechanic, Royal Air Force. 



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HAROLD COLQUHOUN MARRIS. 

Admitted May 1906. Member of Rice, Waite & Marris, of Boston, Lines. 
Served as 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. Lincolnshire Regt., promoted Capt. June 1916. 

HAROLD HOLDEN MARSDEN. 

Articled to Henry Crellin, of Blackburn. Served as 2nd Lieut., Royal 
Field Artillery. 

THOMAS MARSDEN. 

Admitted Dec. 1907, practising at Blackburn. Served as Private, Royal 
Army Ordnance Corps. 

ARTHUR PERCIVAL MARSH. 

Admitted April 1911. Managing Clerk with Vizard, Oldham, Crowder & 
Cash, of 51 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. MobiHsed Aug. 1914, as Lieut. 5th Batt. 
Leicestershire Regt., promoted Capt. Feb. 1915. Served in France and at 
Home. Wounded at Ypres July 1, 1915. 

DUNCAN MARSH. 

Admitted Nov. 1911, practising at Northwich, Cheshire. Joined Sept. 22, 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., 6th Batt. Hampshire Regt., promoted Lieut. Jan. 1915, 
Capt. Jan. 1916. Served at Home. 

JOHN ROWLAND MARSH. 

Admitted Jan. 1913. Member of Richardson, Marsh & Co., of Liverpool. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut. 2nd Lanes. Battery (Heavy Battery) Royal 
Garrison Artillery, promoted Capt. Nov. 1914. Served at Home till 1915, in 
France 1916 to 1918, and afterwards in Germany. 

ROBERT BARKLEY MARSH. 

Articled to Hugh Bellingham, of Swansea. Joined Oct. 1914, as Private, 
5th Batt. Somersetshire Light Infantry. Subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut, 
in same Regt., and attained rank of Capt. Served in India. 

ROBERT PRESTON MARSH. 

Admitted Jan. 1913. Member of Marsh & Son, of Rotherham. Served 
as Capt., 5th Batt. York and Lancaster Regt. Mentioned in Dispatches. 

ALFRED TURNER MARSHALL. 

Admitted Feb. 1907, practised at Heme Bay. Joined Cambridge University 
O.T.C. May 1916. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. Suffolk Regt. Jan. 1917, 
ordered to India with draft April 1917, and attached for service to 1/7 Batt. 
Hampshire Regt. Served wath Aden Field Force 1918, and promoted Lieut. 
July 1918. InvaHded to England Jan. 1919. 

ARTHUR WILLIAM MONTAGUE MARSHALL. 

Admitted Sept. 1894. Member of Gerald & Arthur Marshall, of 10 New 
Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Served as Chief Petty Officer, Royal Naval 
Volunteer Reserve (Anti-Aircraft Corps). 

CHARLES BENNETT MARSHALL. 

Admitted Feb. 1902. Member of Lewin, Gregory & Anderson, of 2 Mill- 
bank House, W^estminster, S.W. Joined Dec. 1, 1914, as Lieut., Royal Field 
Artillery, promoted Staff Capt. and Temp. Capt. June 1915, Temp. Major and 



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D.A.A.G. June 1917. Three times mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 
Served at Home Dec. 1914 to Sept. 1915, France Sept. to Dec. 1915, 
Macedonia Dec. 1915 to Dec. 1918. 

CLAUDE WILLIAM MARSHALL. 

Admitted July 1907. Member of Marshall & Son, of Ipswich. Joined 
March 1, 1915, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
14th Batt. The Rifle Brigade June 18, 1915, promoted Lieut. 1917. Served 
at Home and in France. Wounded March 9, 1916, at Ypres; Aug. 31, 1916, 
Somme ; July 25, 1917, Ypres. 

EDWARD RALPH MARSHALL. 

Admitted April 1913. Member of George M. Seabroke & Son, of Rugby. 
Joined Aug. 1916, as Private, Royal Warwickshire Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Coldstream Guards Nov. 16, 1916, promoted Lieut. May 1917. Served in 
France. 

GEORGE RAYMOND MARSHALL. 

Articled to J. G. Marshall, of Sunderland. Served as Private, Durham 
Light Infantry. 

GEORGE SIMS MARSHALL, 

Admitted July 1907. Member of T. D. Marshall, Hall & Co., of South 
Shields. Joined Feb. 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 9th Batt. Durham Light Infantry, 
promoted Capt. May 1916, Major and D.A.A.G. (Legal) Nov. 1919. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home, Salonica, and Constantinople. 

HENRY GEORGE MARSHALL. 

Admitted Dec. 1912. Of 8 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Served in 
Inns of Court O.T.C. 

JOHN MARSHALL. 

Admitted Dec. 1903, practising at 30 Fleet Street, E.G. Joined March 27, 
1915, as Private, 3/1 Essex Yeomanry, transferred 3rd Batt. Hon. Artillery 
Company (Infantry) as Private Oct. 1915. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army 
Service Corps March 28, 1918, promoted Lieut. Sept. 1919. Served at Home 
March 1915 to March 1916, in France and Belgium March 1916 to Dec. 1917, 
in Macedonia and with Black Sea Army May 1918 to Oct. 1919. 

JOHN STEAD STANLEY MARSHALL. 

Admitted April 1900, practising at 26 Theobald's Road, Gray's Inn, W.C. 
Joined June 30, 1916, as Cadet. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery 
(S.R.) Aug. 22, 1916, promoted Lieut. Feb. 1918. Served at Home and in 
France. 

JOHN THEOBALD MARSHALL. 

Articled to Cornelius Marshall, of Manchester. Served as Lieut., 14th 
Batt. Manchester Regt., attached 1st Batt. Prince of Wales' Own Yorkshire 
Regt. 

JOHN WOODALL MARSHALL. 

Articled to Edward Clarke, of New^castle-upon-T>Tie. On outbreak of War 
joined 2nd Regt. La Legion Etrangere (French Foreign Legion) and served ^vith 
that until Feb. 1915, when transferred to British Army. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 



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Northumberland Fusiliers, and subsequently promoted Lieut. Awarded the 
M.C. Killed in action July 1916. 

ROLAND ^L^RSHALL. 

Admitted Dec. 1913, practising at 17 Tower Royal, Cannon Street, E.G. ; 
and Liverpool. Served as Sergeant, Lancashire Hussars. Gazetted Lieut. Royal 
Field Artillery. 

WILLIAM MARSHALL. 

Admitted Dec. 1891, practising at 49 Dover Street, W. Served as Official 
Searcher for the Red Cross. 

WILLIAM MARSHALL. 

Admitted Nov. 1913, practised at Durham. Joined 1914, as Lieut., 8th 
Batt. Durham Light Infantry. Served at Home and in France. Killed at 2nd 
Battle of Ypres April 27, 1915. 

WILLIAM SKINNER MARSHALL. 

Admitted Nov. 1901, practising at Nottingham. Joined Aug. 11, 1914, 
as Capt., 7th (Robin Hood) Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters). 
Served at Home. 

DONALD MILLWARD MARSTON. 

Articled to H. T. Weyman, of Ludlow. Served as Lieut., 4th Batt. King's 
Shropshire Light Infantry. 

EDMUND RICHARD MARSTON. 

Admitted Dec. 1890. Member of Marston & Sons, of Ludlow. Joined 
Aug. 14, 1914, as Recruiting Officer at Ludlow, with the rank of Temp. Capt. 
Served at Home. Retired Sept. 1, 1917. 

HENRY JOHN MARSTON. 

Admitted June 1906, practising at Poole, Dorset. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
Royal Garrison Artillery. 

JOHN ARTHUR MARSTON. 

Admitted Nov. 1908. Member of Garrard, Wolfe & Co., 13 Suffolk Street, 
Pall Mall East, S.W. Joined June 8, 1916, as Private, Suffolk Regt., promoted 
Corporal Aug. 1916 and Sergeant Dec. 1916. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3rd (Reserve) 
Garrison Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers Dec. 16, 1917, attached 23rd Batt. 
Cheshire Regt. April 1918. Served at Home, Ireland, and France. 

JOHN BEALE MARSTON. 

Articled to J. B. Marston, of Mold. Served as Capt., 5th Batt. Royal 
Welch Fusiliers (T.). 

RICHARD WHISTON MARTELL. 

Admitted Dec. 1905, practising at 6 King's Bench Walk, E.C. Served as 
Lieut., Royal Field Artillery, promoted Capt. June 1916. Mentioned in 
Dispatches. 

ARTHUR EDWIN MARTIN. 

Articled to J. C. Woods, of Swansea. Joined April 7, 1916, as Private, 
Pembroke Yeomanry. Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same Regt. April 26, 1917, 



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promoted Lieut. Oct. 26, 1918, and attached 1st Batt. King's Shropshire Light 
Lifantry. Served in France. Wounded at Dickebusch July 17, 1918. 

CECIL HAGUE MARTIN. 

Articled to J. G. Martin, of Nottingham. Joined Nov. 1914, as Driver, 
2/1 North Midland Field Ambulance. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service 
Corps, March 25, 1915, promoted Lieut. Sept. 1915, Capt. May, 1918. Served in 
France. 

FRANK DOUGLAS MARTIN. 

Admitted Nov. 1911. Clerk with Martin & Sons, of Nottingham. Joined 
Sept. 23, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Notts and Derby Regt. (Sherwood Foresters), pro- 
moted Lieut. Oct. 1914, Capt. May 1918. Served in France and Belgium, Oct. 
1915 to 1920. Wounded at Authuille Wood, near Albert, France, July 1, 1916. 

HUBERT JOSEPH BAYNES MARTIN. 

Admitted Dec. 1911. Managing Clerk with Webster & Watson, of Newton 
Abbot. Joined Dec. 5, 1914, as Private, 18th (Service) Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 1st Garrison Batt. East Kent Regt. (The Buffs) Sept. 11, 
1916, promoted Lieut. March 1918, transferred to 2/1 West Kent Yeomanry 
Aug. 1918. Served in France and at Home. 

HUBERT SINCLAIR MARTIN. 

Admitted Dec. 1913, practising at Great Yarmouth. Served as Capt., 
1st East AngKan Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, promoted Major June 1916. 
Mentioned in Dispatches. 

JAMES FLETCHER MARTIN. 

Articled to William Martin, of 20 Budge Row, E.C. Joined Sept. 7, 1914, 
as Private, Hon. Artillery Company (Infantry), promoted Lance-Corporal 
March 1916, Corporal June 1916, and Sergeant Nov. 1916. Served in France 
and Belgium, and with Army of Occupation. 

JAMES GODFREY MARTIN. 

Admitted Jan. 1898. Member of Martin & Haslett, of 7 Philpot Lane, 
E.C. Joined Oct. 12, 1914, as Private, 23rd (1st Sportsman's) Batt. Royal 
Fusiliers. Gazetted Temp. Lieut. July 3, 1915, and posted to 11th (Service) Batt. 
Royal War\\ickshire Regt., transferred to 12th (Reserve) Batt. Aug. 1915, 
promoted Temp. Capt. June 1916, Temp. Major Nov. 1917 and transferred to 
North Staffordshire Regt. and appointed Second in Command of the 8th (Service) 
Batt., temporarily commanded 1/4 Batt. King's Shropshire Light Infantry 
March 1918, and the 9th Batt. Cheshire Regt. April 1918. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches (Special). Awarded D.S.O., M.C., and Croix de Guerre (French) 
(Gold Star). Served in France and Flanders. Wounded at Hill 60 Oct. 1917 
and at Bhgny June 1918. 

JOHN KINGSLEY LUNN MARTIN. 

Admitted June 1906, practised at Stockton-on-Tees. Mobilised Aug. 1914, 
as Capt., Durham Light Infantry, being attached to the 17th Batt., and after- 
wards the 10th Batt. Served at Home, Montserrat, and in France. Killed at 
Hooge Aug. 1, 1915, 



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JOHN LANCELOT MARTIN. 

Admitted 1905, practising at Reading, Berks. Joined July 2, 1915, as 2nd 
Lieut.. Territorial Force Reserve (General List), 2nd Lieut. 21st Batt. The Rifle 
Brigade Sept. 1915, attached No. 3 Armoured Train July 1916, promoted 
Temp. Lieut. Oct. 1916, Lieut. July 1917, attached Headquarters Alexandria 
District 1917 to 1918, attached Special Intelligence 1918, appointed D.A.C., 
Chief Censor's Staff, 1919. Served in Egypt 1916, 1917, and 1918, and in 
France 1919. 

LESLIE COMMERFORD MARTIN. 

Admitted Nov. 1911. Member of Martin & Son, of Gravesend. Joined 
Sept. 2, 1916, as Aircraftsman 2nd Grade, Royal Naval Air Service. Promoted 
Aircraftsman 1st Grade, Aug. 1917, subsequently 1st Private (motor-boat 
deckhand) Royal Air Force April 1918. Served at Home. 

OSWALD NORMAN MARTIN. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Member of Griffiths & Martin, of Hay, Hereford. 
Served as Private, 14th Batt. County of London Regt. (London Scottish). 

WILLIAM HARROD MARTIN. 

Articled to H. J. Martin, of 29 Queen Street, E.C. Joined Sept. 1914, as 
Private, 16th Batt. County of London Regt. (Queen's Westminster Rifles). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 24th Batt. County of London Regt. (The Queen's) Aug. 
1915. Served in France Jan. to May 1915, July to Aug. 1915, and May to 
Sept. 1916. Wounded May and Aug. 1915. Killed in action at High Wood, 
France, Sept. 14, 1916. 

WILLIAM JAMES ROYLE MARTIN. 

Articled to W. H. Martin, of 18 Ironmonger Lane, E.C. Served as 2nd 
Lieut., 11th (Service) Batt. Royal Fusiliers, promoted Lieut. March 1916. 
Awarded the M.C. 

ERNEST MARTINEAU. 

Admitted Jan. 1886. Member of Ryland, Martineau & Co., of Birmingham. 
Mobilised Aug. 5, 1914, as Lieut-Col. Commanding 6th Batt. Royal Warwick- 
shire Regt., transferred to Command of 83rd Provisional Batt. July 1915, 
transferred to T.F. Reserve Sept. 1916, appointed Hon. Col. 6th Batt. Royal 
Warwickshire Regt. Feb. 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Also once 
brought to notice of Secretary of State. Awarded C.M.G. Served at Home 
and in France. 

WILFRID MARTINEAU. 

Articled to H. B. Carslake, of Birmingham. Served as Lieut., 6th Batt. 
Royal Warwickshire Regt., promoted Capt. June 1916. Mentioned in 
Dispatches and awarded the M.C. 

CHARLES JOHN BEECH MASEFIELD 

Admitted Oct. 1905. Member of Blagg, Son & Masefield, of Cheadle, 
Staffs. Joined July 26, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 5th Batt. North Staffordshire 
Regt. (T.), promoted Lieut. Feb. 1916, A/Capt. May 1917. Awarded the 
M.C. Served in France and at Home. Fatally wounded and taken prisoner 



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at Lens July 1, 1917, and died in German Field Hospital at Le Forest on the 
following day. 

CHARLES EDWIN MASON. 

Articled to C. B. Hill, of Norwich. Served as Private, 8th Batt. Norfolk 
Regt. Killed in action in France Jan. 29, 1916. 

DANIEL JOHNSTON MASON. 

Admitted July 1898, practising at Workington and Whitehaven. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Major, The Cumberland Royal Field Artillery, pro- 
moted Lieut.-Col. 210th Brigade, 42nd Division (T.) Dec. 1917. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded D.S.O. and T.D. Served in England Aug. 
1914 to May 1915, Egypt May to June 1915, Gallipoli (Cape Helles) June 1915 to 
Jan. 1916, Egypt and Sinai Peninsula June 1916 to March 1917, France and 
Belgium March 1917 to April 1919. 

ERNEST EDWIN MASON. 

Admitted Feb. 1916, practising at Manchester. Served as Private, General 
Staff Intelligence, 3rd Army Headquarters. 

HERBERT MASON. 

Admitted Aug. 1889. Member of Lindsay, Greenfield & Mason, of 11 
Ironmonger Lane, E.C. Joined Dec. 20, 1914, as Private 24th (Service) Batt. 
Royal Fusiliers (2nd Sportsman's). Gazetted Lieut. Royal Naval Volunteer 
Reserve July 20, 1915, attached R.N.A.S, (Armoured Car Division), promoted 
Capt. Royal Air Force April 1918. Served in France Nov. 1916 to Feb. 
1918, and at Home Feb. 1918 to Jan. 1919. 

JAMES ERNEST MASON. 

Admitted May 1899. Member of Amery, Parkes & Co., of 18 Fleet Street, 
E.C. Joined June 4, 1915, as Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps, promoted 
Capt. Dec. 1915, Major June 1917, Lieut.-Col. Sept. 1918. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded O.B.E. Served at Home. 

JOHN MELLARD MASON. 

Admitted April 1915. Member of Sherratt, Nelson & Mason, of Burslem 
and Kidsgrove. Joined Nov. 1, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 3/5 Batt. North Stafford- 
shire Regt,, promoted Lieut. Oct. 1917. Served in Egypt 1916, Salonica 1917, 
and in Malta 1918. 

JOHN RICHARD MASON. 

Admitted Feb. 1900. Member of Mason & Co., of 115 High Holborn, 
W.C. Joined May 1917, as Sub. -Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 
promoted Lieut. June 1918. Served at Home. 

LOUIS MASON. 

Admitted Aug. 1885, practising at Maidstone. Served as Lieut., Royal 
Naval Volunteer Reserve. 

MAURICE LUDLAM MASON. 

Admitted Feb. 1906. Member of Dixon & Mason, of Pewsey, Wilts. 
Joined 1916 Officers Cadet Unit and subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut, and 



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attached to 69th Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery, promoted Lieut. 
Aug. 1918. Awarded the Chevalier de I'Ordre de la Couronne (Belgium) 
also Croix de Guerre (1917). Served in France and Belgium whole of 1917 
and 1918, and on the Rhine. 

NORMAN MASON. 

Articled to A. G. Inglis, of Liverpool. Served as Private, Royal Army 
Service Corps. 

WILLIAM JOSEPH IVIASON, 

Admitted Nov. 1909. Member of W. M. Mason & Son, of 76 Finsbury 
Pavement, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914 with City of London Yeomanry (Rough- 
riders) and served as Private and Lance-Corporal. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Oxford- 
shire Yeomanry (Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hussars) Aug. 24, 1917, promoted 
Lieut. Feb. 1919. Served in Egypt April to Aug. 1915 and Dec. 1915 to Nov. 

1916, GaUipoU (Suvla Bay) Aug. to Dec. 1915, Balkans Nov. 1916 to Feb. 

1917, and in France Oct. 1917 to Sept. 1918. Wounded at Frieres Wood 
March 23, 1918. 

HENRY THORNTON MASSER. 

Admitted Oct. 1915. Member of J. T. Masser & Co., of Nottingham. 
Joined Feb. 2, 1916, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.) Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. April 1917, promoted Lieut. Oct. 1918. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Served in Mesopotamia and at Home. 

GEORGE EDWARD MASSEY. 

Admitted Dec. 1907. Member of Shaen, Roscoe, Massey & Co., of 8 Bed- 
ford Row, W.C. Joined Jan. 1, 1917, as Gunner, Royal Horse Artillery. 
Commissioned 2nd Lieut. Jan. 30, 1918, and joined 3rd Batt East Kent Regt. 
(The Buffs) Feb. 1918, attached G.H.Q. Constantinople Jan. 1919, appointed 
Courts-Martial Officer and Temp. Capt. G.H.Q. Constantinople Feb. 1919. 
Served at Home, Salonica, Macedonia, and Turkey. 

EDWARD TOURNOUR MASTER. 

Admitted Feb. 1904. Member of Hussey & Master, of 11 Stone Buildings, 
Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Joined Aug. 25, 1915, as 2nd Lieut. (Temp. Lieut.) 3/7 
Batt. Prince of Wales' Own West Yorkshire Regt., promoted Temp. Capt. 
Jan. 1916, Substantive Lieut. June 1916, A/Capt. Jan. 1919. Served at 
Home Aug. 1915 to May 1917, and in France May 1917 to March 1919. 

CHARLES WALTON MASTERS. 

Admitted Dec. 1913. Managing Clerk with J. P. Foster & Cateaux, of 
Cairo, and Alexandria, Egypt. Joined Aug. 4, 1914, as Private, 6th Batt. 
Gloucestershire Regt. Commissioned 2nd Lieut. 10th Batt. Northumberland 
Fusihers Jan. 9, 1915, promoted Lieut. Nov. 1916, Capt. (General List) Nov. 

1918, Served in France 1915 to 1918. Wounded Sept, 18, 1918. 

ALFRED WARTON MATCHAM. 

Admitted Jan. 1909. Of 17 Faraday Mansions, Queen's Club Gardens, 
W. Served as Lieut., 2nd Essex Battery, 2nd East Anglian Brigade, Royal 
Field Artillery, subsequently promoted Capt. 



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NOEL EDWARD MATHER. 

Admitted Oct. 1913, practised at Chesterfield and Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 
Served as 2nd Lieut., Northumberland Fusiliers. Killed in action near Ypres 
April 27, 1915. 

MAURICE ARTHUR MATHEW. 

Admitted Feb. 1913. Member of Sparkes, Pope, Thomas & Mathew, of 
Crediton and Exeter. Joined Oct. 16, 1916, as Private, 2/1 Batt. Hertford- 
shire Regt. Promoted Sergt. May 1917. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison 
Artillery Feb. 1919. Served at Home. 

DOUGLASS MATHEWS. 

Admitted Dec. 1894. Member of Wood & Sons, of 31 Poultry, E.C, 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 12th (Reserve) Batt. County of London Regt., 
and subsequently promoted Major. Served at Home. 

WILFRID CLARKSON MATHEWS. 

Admitted Nov. 1905. Practised at 110 Cannon Street, E.C. Served as 
2nd Lieut., Kent Fortress Engineers (T.), promoted Lieut. June 1916. 

FRANCIS EDWARD LLOYD MATHIAS -THOMAS. 

Admitted Oct. 1908, practising at Tenby. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 
Royal Garrison Artillery, promoted Capt. 1915. Served at Home. 

FREDERICK GEORGE LESLIE MATHISON. 

Articled to W. H. Mathison, of Birkenhead. Served as Dispatch Rider, 
Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (Anti-Aircraft Corps). 

ARTHUR DONALD TAYLOR MATTHEWS. 

Articled to F. G. Bradford, of Yeovil. Served as Private, 5th Batt. 
Somerset Light Infantry (T.). Killed in action. 

ARTHUR JACOB MATTHEWS. 

Articled to J. C. Wood, of Swindon. Joined Sept. 1914 as Trooper, Royal 
Wiltshire Yeomanry. Discharged medically unfit for Service March 1915. 

CYRIL VINCENT MATTHEWS. 

Admitted March 1914, practising at Wolverhampton. Joined April 11, 

1916, as Private, 6th Batt Royal Fusiliers, and subsequently promoted to 
Corporal. Commissioned 2nd Lieut. 1st Garrison Batt. Suffolk Regt. April 26, 

1917, attached 2nd City of London Yeomanry Sept. 1917 to March 1918, 
and to 12th Batt. Suffolk Regt. March 1918 to March 1919, promoted 
Lieut. Oct. 1915. Served at Home and France and Belgium. Wounded 
Oct. 23, 1918. 

FRANCIS REGINALD MATTHEWS. 

Admitted June 1916. Managing Clerk with Trower, Still & Co., of 5 New 
Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Joined Oct. 6, 1917, as Asst. Paymaster, Royal 
Naval Volunteer Reserve, H.M.S. President for duty in Convoy Section, Ad- 
miralty. Served at Admiralty Oct. 1917 to Aug. 1918, and on Convoy Escort 
Duty Aug. to Nov. 1918 (West Coast Africa Convoys). 

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GEORGE LIPSCOMBE MATTHEWS. 

Admitted April 1880, practising at 26 Cannon Street E.C. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Major, 4th Batt. East Kent Regt. (The Buffs). Awarded T.D. 
Served in India and Aden 1914 to 1918. Retired April 1918. 

MARMADUKE CAPPER MATTHEWS. 

Admitted Nov. 1887. Member of G. F. Hudson, Matthews & Co., of 32 
Queen Victoria Street, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914 as Major and Hon. Lieut.- 
Col., attached to General Staff 25th Division. Served at Home (Musketry 
Training Staff). 

SYDNEY EDGAR MATTHEWS. 

Articled to A. W. Easterling, of Bangor, N. Wales. Joined April 13, 1915, 
as Private, Royal Army Service Corps, and attained the rank of Warrant 
Officer. Served at Home. 

WILLIAM HENRY MATTHEWS. 

Admitted Jan. 1915. Managing Clerk with Botterell & Roche, of 24 
St. Mary Axe, E.C. Joined as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. and subsequently 
gazetted Temp. 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery. Served in France. 
Killed in action Sept. 28, 1918. 

WILLIAM MONKMAN MAUD. 

Admitted Nov. 1904, practised at Guildford. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
The Queen's Royal West Surrey Regt. Promoted Capt. Aug. 1916. 

ARTHUR PERCY LEES MAUDE. 

Admitted March 1910, practising at Wath-on-Dearne. Served as Private, 
Royal Army Medical Corps. 

HENRY OWEN HAMER MAUDE. 

Admitted Sept. 1907. Member of Maude & Tunnicliffe, of Arundel House, 
Arundel Street, W.C. Served as 2nd Lieut., 1st Home Counties Royal Field 
Artillery, promoted Lieut. June 1916. 

GEORGE HYSLOP MAUGHAN. 

Admitted Aug. 1911. Managing Clerk with Walter Topham, of Harro- 
gate. Joined May 1914, as Private, 5th Batt. West Yorkshire Regt. (T.). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th East Lancashire Royal Field Artillery Feb. 24, 1915, 
promoted Lieut. June 1916. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to Dec. 1915, Egypt 
Jan. 1916 to March 1917, Salonica April 1917 to Aug. 1918 and Nov. 1919 
to April 1920, France Sept. to Oct. 1918, and at Constantinople April to 
Oct. 1920. 

ALLAN MAW. 

Admitted April 1914. Member of Ascroft, Maw & Shimeld, of Oldham, 
Lanes. Joined Sept. 5, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 10th Batt. Manchester Regt. (T.), 
promoted Lieut. Aug. 1915, Capt. June 1916. Served at Gallipoli 1915, and in 
France (attached 2/5 Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers) 1916. Wounded at Ginchy, 
on the Somme, Sept. 9, 1916. 

WILLIAM GEORGE CANNEY MAW. 

Admitted Aug. 1910. Managing Clerk with W. Wilkinson, of Bishop 
Auckland. Joined Dec. 7, 1914, as Lieut., Durham Light Infantry. Served 



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at Home 1914 to 1915 and 1916 to 1919, and in France 1915. Wounded and 
gassed Ypres Salient Dec. 19, 1915. 

EDWIN GEORGE MAWBY. 

Admitted Jan. 1902. Member of Mawby, Mawby & Morris, of 6 and 7 
Queen Street, Cheapside, E.C. Joined Aug. 1914, as Trooper, The Westminster 
Dragoons. Gazetted Lieut. Welch Guards in 1915. Served in Egypt and 
in France. Killed at the Battle of Loos Sept. 27, 1915. 

ERNEST WILLIAM MAWDSLEY. 

Admitted Nov. 1910. Member of Mawdsley & Hadfield, of Southport. 
Joined Sept. 1, 1914, as Private, 18th Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 19th Manchester Regt. Feb. 22, 1915, subsequently Capt. 21st 
Trench Mortar Battery May 1917. Served in France Nov. 1915 to Oct. 1917 
and in U.S.A. as member of British Military Mission Nov. 1917 to Nov. 1918. 
Wounded July 10, 1916. 

ARTHUR JEFFERAY MAWER. 

Admitted March 1889, practising at Wells, Somerset. Joined Dec. 27, 1914, 
as Capt., Territorial Force Reserve. Served at Home. Resigned Oct. 24, 1918. 

EDWARD STANLEY MAWER. 

Admitted Jan. 1913. Formerly of High Wycombe. Joined Aug. 1914, 
as Gunner, Hon. Artillery Company (Mounted Section), promoted Bom- 
bardier 1916. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery 1916, promoted Lieut. 
1918, A/Capt. 1919. Served in Egypt 1915, Gallipoli Aug. to Dec. 1915, 
Mesopotamia 1916 to 1918, India 1918 to 1919. 

ALFRED ERNEST MAWN. 

Articled to Joseph Hood, M.P., of 7 Millbank, S.W. Joined Oct. 6, 1914, 
as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C., and attained rank of Sergeant. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Royal Army Ordnance Corps May 25, 1916, promoted Lieut. Aug. 
1916. Served in France April 1917 to Jan. 1918, and at Home. 

JOHN MAWSON. 

Articled to R. W. Buchanan, of Ripon. Joined Nov. 1914, as Motor 
Driver in British Red Cross Society. Joined Feb. 1916 as Air-Mechanic 
Royal Flying Corps. Served at Home and in Serbia May to Dec. 1915. Died 
of pneumonia April 6, 1916. 

JOSEPH LANDT MAWSON. 

Articled to Joseph Mawson, of Durham. Joined June 1917, as Private, 
Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.). Commissioned in same Regt. Feb. 4, 1918. 
Served practically whole period in France and Belgium. Went into hospital 
with shell shock Sept. 1918, and invalided out Feb. 1919. 

REGINALD STUART MAXWELL. 

Articled to J. A. Maxwell, of 52 Bishopsgate, E.C. Served as 2nd Lieut. 
8th (Service) Batt. East Yorkshire Regt. Awarded the M.C. 

CHARLES HENRY MAY. 

Admitted Feb. 1913. Of 49 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Served as 2nd 
Lieut., 7th Batt. Royal Sussex Regt., attached Motor Machine Gun Service, 
promoted Capt. Nov. 1917. Mentioned in Dispatches and awarded the M.C. 



372 RECORD OF SERVICE 

HENRY ALLAN ROUGHTON MAY. 

Admitted Nov. 1885. Member of Minet, May & Co., of 5 Dowgate Hill, 
Cannon Street, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, and served as Lieut. -Col. Com- 
manding 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Once mentioned 
in Dispatches. Awarded C.B. and Brevet Colonel. Served in France Oct. 
1914 to Dec. 1915, and at Home 1916 to 1919. 

RICHARD TRELA^^:^^Y IVLVY. 

Articled to C. W. How, of 49 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Joined Inns of 
Court O.T.C. on outbreak of War, and shortly afterwards gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Royal Sussex Regt., attained rank of Capt. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Killed in action July 7, 1916. 

CHARLES GARDE INIAYBLTIY. 

Articled to P. N. Binns, of Bedford. Joined Aug. 6, 1914, as Sapper, 
Royal Engineers, promoted Lance-Corporal Sept. 1915. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Royal Engineers Oct. 26, 1917. Served in France Dec. 1914 to April 1919. 

FRANK BERTRAM I\L\YER. 

Admitted Jan. 1907. Member of IMayer & Nelson, of Burslem. Joined 
Sept. 9, 1914, as Private, 5th Batt. North Staffordshire Regt. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut, in same Regt. Nov. 6, 1914, and promoted Lieut. April 1915. Served 
at Home and in France. Killed in action at Loos Oct. 13, 1915. 

THOMAS RICHARD MAYHEW. 

Articled to R. C. Mayhew, of Lowestoft, Served as Private, Public 
Schools Batt. Middlesex Regt. 

SAMUEL TOMKINS IMAYNARD. 

Admitted Oct. 1891. Member of MajTiard & Smith, of Brighton and 
Burgess Hill. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Major, Royal Army Service Corps (T.), 
promoted Lieut. -Col. June 1916. Twice brought to notice of Secretary 
of State for War. Aw^arded the T.D. Served at Home. Commanded 67th 
Divisional Train 1914 to 1915, A.D.B.O. Eastern Command July 1915 to 
July 1919. 

CHARLES WILLIAM MAYO. 

Admitted Dec. 1903. Member of C. W. Mayo & Thomas, of Eastbourne. 
Joined Nov. 30, 1914, as Lieut., 13th Batt. Royal Sussex Regt., promoted Capt. 
May 1915, transferred to 2nd Batt. Jan. 1919. Served at Home Nov. 1914 to 
Feb. 1915, France March 1915 to Jan. 1919, and Germany Jan. to April 1919. 
Wounded March 25, 1918. 

CHRISTOPHER MEAD. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Member of Mead & Co., of 2 King's Bench Walk, 
Temple, E.C. Obtained commission as 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. East Surrey Regt. 
and later attached to 2nd Batt. Wounded July 1915. Killed in action in 
France Sept. 28, 1915. 

HENRY GIFFORD MEAD. 

Admitted April 1899. Member of Mead & Sons, of 116 Jermyn Street, 
St. James's, S.W. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Major, 7th London Brigade Royal 
Field Artillery (T.), and subsequently promoted Lieut. -Col. Once mentioned 



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in Dispatches. Served in France March 1915 to Dec. 1916, Salonica 
Dec. 1916 to May 1917, Palestine May 1917 to March 1919. 

PHILIP CLEMENT MEAD. 

Admitted Dec. 1898. Managing Clerk with Longmores, of Hertford. 
Joined Oct. 12, 1914, Royal Naval Air Service (A.A.C.), transferred to Royal 
Naval Volunteer Reserve 1916. Served at Home. Discharged April 1918. 

WILLIAM IMEADOWS. 

Admitted Jan. 1899, practised at Manchester. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
Cheshire Regt. 

SAMUEL BERTIE MEADS. 

Articled to E. L. Manning, of Nottingham. Joined Nov. 15, 1915, as 
Trooper, Derbyshire Imperial Yeomanry. Transferred Sept. 1916 to 14th 
Batt. Durham Light Infantry as Private. Attached to Intelligence Office, 
XIX. Corps Headquarters Aug. 1917. Transferred Oct. 1917 to 277th Area 
Employment Company Labour Corps, but continued service in the In- 
telligence Office. Served at Home until Sept. 1916 and in France and Belgium 
Sept. 1916 to Dec. 1918. Slightly wounded at Loos April 6, 1917. 

GEORGE VICKERMAN MEAL. 

Articled to A. H. Williams, of 276 Camberwell New Road, S.E. Joined 
Oct. 16, 1914, as Private, 19th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Obtained commission 
as 2nd Lieut. Machine Gun Corps Aug. 5, 1916, promoted Lieut. Feb. 5, 1918. 
Served in France Nov. 1915 to March 1916, at Salonica Jan. to June 1917, 
and in Palestine July 1917 to June 1919. 

EDWARD FREDERIC MED CALF. 

Admitted Nov. 1907. Managing Clerk with Deacon & Co., of 9 Great 
St. Helen's, E.C. Joined Dec. 1, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 8th Batt. Oxford and 
Bucks Light Infantry, promoted Lieut. May 1915, Capt. Sept. 1915, Major 
July 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded Greek Military Cross. 
Served at Home and in France and Serbia. 

JOHN PERCIVAL MEDLEY. 

Admitted Dec. 19J6. Member of Medley, Drawbridge & Co., of Scarborough. 
Joined Sept. 9, 1914, as Adjutant, Scarborough Volunteers, subsequently Capt. 
Second in Command 4th Batt. A.P.W.O. Yorkshire Regt. (V.). 

GEORGE PROBART MEDLICOTT. 

Admitted March 1910. Member of Geo. H. Medlicott & Son, of King- 
liton, Radnorshire, Joined Sept. 14, 1914, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. 
(Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in Intelligence Service (Censor Staff) 
General List Jan. 10, 1916, transferred Royal Garrison Artillery (270th Siege 
Battery) Oct. 1916, promoted Lieut. July 1917, appointed A/Captain (Adjutant 
3rd Brigade Royal Garrison Artillery) Aug. 1917. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded French Croix de Guerre (a I'ordre Brigade). Served at 
Home Sept. 1914 to Jan. 1915, and in France Jan. 1915 to May 1919. 

HERBERT MEDWIN. 

Admitted Jan. 1913, practising at 7 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 
Joined Sept. 8, 1916, as Aircraftsman, Royal Naval Air Service, promoted 



374 RECORD OF SERVICE 

Petty Officer Royal Naval Air Service Aug. 1917, Sergeant Clerk Royal Air 
Force April 1918. Served at Home. 

HAROLD JAMES MEE. 

Admitted Feb. 1899, practising at Mortlake. Served as Private, 9th 
Batt. County of London Regt. (Queen Victoria's Rifles). 

ERNEST ANTHONY MEEK. 

Articled to G. F. Lucas, of Darlington. Joined Jan. 29, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
5th Batt. Durham Light Infantry (T.), promoted Substantive Lieut. Aug. 
1915, Capt. June 1916. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. 
Served in France 3| years. Wounded May 29, 1918. 

RAYMOND MEEKE, 

Admitted Sept. 1907, practising at Sheffield. Joined Dec. 4, 1914, as 
Sub-Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, subsequently transferred to 
Royal Garrison Artillery and attained the rank of Major. Awarded the 
French Croix de Guerre. Served in France. 

CLAUDE MEESON. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Of Battlebridge, Essex. Joined Sept. 16, 1914, as 
Private, 19th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Machine Gun Corps 
Sept. 26, 1916, promoted Lieut. March 1918. Served in France. 

RICHARD RONALD HORNSEY MEGGESON. 

Admitted Dec. 18, 1913. Of Chelmsford. Joined Sept. 24, 1914, as 
Private, Hon. Artillery Company (Infantry). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal 
Garrison Artillery (S.R.) Sept. 14, 1916, promoted Lieut. March 1918, 
A/Capt. Oct. 1918. Served at Home and in France and Belguim April 1915 
to June 1916 and Oct. 1916 to Feb. 1919. 

JOSEPH BLOOM MEGGITT. 

Admitted April 1897, practising at Mansfield, Notts. Joined June 17, 
1918, as 3rd Air-Mechanic, Royal Air Force. Served at Home. 

WILLIAM EWART MEIKLE. 

Admitted Dec. 1907. Member of Reed, Ryder & Meikle, of North Shields. 
Joined June 1, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 9th Batt. Durham Light Infantry (T.), 
promoted Lieut. Nov. 1917, A/Capt. Oct. 1918. Awarded the M.C. Served 
in France 2 years. Wounded at Butte de Warlincourt Nov. 4, 1916. 

CECIL BEVEN MELLENFIELD. 

Admitted Jan. 1906. Managing Clerk with Nisbet, Daw & Nisbet, 
of 35 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Joined Oct. 1914, as Private, 5th Batt. Middle- 
sex Regt. and attained the rank of Corporal. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. South 
Lancashire Regt. April 1, 1915. Served in France and Flanders Oct. 1915 to 
Oct. 1916. Killed in action Oct. 23, 1916. Buried where he fell. 

JOHN GEORGE MELLISH. 

Articled to R. T. Walter, of Ilminster. Joined June 11, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 
8th Batt. Wiltshire Regt. Transferred to 5th Batt., and subsequently became 
a Machine Gun Officer. Served on Gallipoli Peninsula, then in Mesopotamia 
1916 and 1917. Wounded April 4, 1916, and in Jan. and Feb. 1917. Killed 
in action before Bagdad March 10, 1917. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 876 

EDWARD ERIC MELLOR. 

Articled to R. O. Mellor, of Oldham. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, 
20th Batt. Royal Fusiliers (Public Schools). Served in France. Killed at 
High Wood (Somme) July 20, 1916. 

ERNEST MELLOR. 

Admitted April 1911. Member of Docker, Hosgood & Co., of Birming- 
ham. Joined June 1915, as Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery (S.R.) Discharged Nov. 30, 1918. 
Served in France. 

GEORGE RUPERT MELLOR. 

Admitted Nov. 1 901 . Member of Vaudrey Osborne & Mellor, of Manchester. 
Joined Jan. 6, 1915, as Capt., 10th Batt. South Lancashire Regt., transferred to 
1st Garrison Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. Aug. 1915, attached 1/11 Batt. 
London Regt. July to Oct. 1917, and 3rd Batt. South Lancashire Regt. Aug. 
1918 to Jan. 1919. Served in Egypt and Palestine. 

JOHN SYDNEY MELLOR. 

Articled to F. H. Jones, of 8 Coleman Street, E.G. Served with 16th Batt. 
County of London Regt. (Queen's Westminsters). 

PERCY MELLOR. 

Articled to Joseph Griffith, of Newcastle, Staffs. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
North Staffordshire Regt. Sept. 1914 to Oct. 13, 1915, when reported wounded 
and missing. Subsequently presumed to have died. 

PERCY BERNULF DE CLEGG MELLOR. 

Admitted Jan. 1888, practising at Brierley Hill, Staffs. Joined with 
British Red Cross Society 1915. Officer in charge of Wounded and 
Missing Department at Le Havre and Rouen. Served in France. Resigned 
Dec. 1916. 

REGINALD ERNEST MELLY. 

Admitted October 1911. Managing Clerk with Dixon & Coles, of Wake- 
field. Joined Sept. 2, 1914, as Private, King's Liverpool Regt. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut, in same Regt. Feb. 15, 1915, promoted Lieut. May 1915. Served 
in France 1915, 1916. Killed in action on the Somme July 30, 1916. 

CHARLES MELVILLE MELVILLE. 

Admitted Dec. 1911, practising at 40 Bedford Row, W.C. Served as 
2nd Lieut., 13th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Awarded the M.C. 

WILLIAM HENRY WOOD MENZIES. 

Admitted Jan. 1901, practising at Manchester. Joined May 1916, as 
Private, 2/6 Batt. Cheshire Regt. and afterwards promoted Lance-Corporal. 
Granted Commission and posted to 1/7 Batt. Cheshire Regt. and then attached 
102nd Light Trench Mortar Battery, subsequently promoted Lieut. Awarded 
the M.C. Served at Home and in Palestine and France. 

THOMAS MILBOURN MERCER. 

Articled to T. Luya, of Liverpool. Served as Trooper, King Edward's 
Horse. 



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LEONARD ARTHUR DE LACEY MEREDITH. 

Admitted Aug. 1914. Of 133 Westbourne Terrace, W. Served as 2nd 
Lieut., 3rd Batt. Gloucestershire Regt. 

BERNARD MERIVALE. 

Admitted Oct. 1906. Formerly member of Nelson, Eddisons & Lupton, 
of Leeds. Served as 2nd Lieut., 8th (City of London) Batt. London Regt. 
(Post Office Rifles), promoted Capt. March 1917. 

JOHN WILLIAM MERIVALE. 

Admitted Oct. 1912. Of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Mobilised Aug. 1914, 
as Lieut., 7th Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers, promoted Capt. 1915. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France 1915 to 1916. Wounded April 
1915. Killed in action Sept. 15, 1916. 

EDWARD LEWIS MERRETT. 

Admitted May 1915. Of 3 and 4 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Served as 
Lieut. (A/Capt.), Royal Army Service Corps. 

LAWRENCE BRUCE MERRICK. 

Admitted June 1909. Of Putney. Served with 1st Cavalry Cadet 
Squadron. 

WILLIAM MERRICK. 

Admitted May 1895. Mem.ber of Powell, Rogers & Merrick, of 17 Essex 
Street, Strand, W.C. Serving on Aug. 4, 1914, as Senior Major and Second in 
Command 6th Batt. East Surrey Regt., promoted Temp. Lieut.-Col. com- 
manding 2/6 Batt. East Surrey Regt. Jan. 1915, promoted Substantive Lieut.- 
Col. June 1916. Served at Home and in France and Belgium 1916, 1917, and 
1918. 
MARK MARSHALL MERRIMAN. 

Admitted Jan. 1903. Member of Merrimans, of 3 Mitre Court, Temple, 
E.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Flying Corps Jan. 1, 1917 (Equipment 
Officer), subsequently promoted Capt. (Administrative, Royal Air Force). 

WALTER MERRITT. 

Admitted Jan. 1907, practising at 21 St. Helen's Place, E.C. Joined 
Feb. 15, 1915, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted Lieut. Royal Army Ordnance 
Corps May 25th, 1915, promoted Temp. Capt. Nov. 1918. Served in France. 

FRANK MELHUISH MERSON. 

Admitted July 1905, practising at 9 Essex Street, Strand, W.C. Mobi- 
lised as Sergeant, Hon. Artillery Company, Aug. 5, 1914. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
in same Regt. Aug. 26, 1914, promoted Lieut. Dec. 1914, Capt. June 1916, 
A/Major Oct. 1918. Awarded the M.C. Served in France Sept. 1914 to Jan. 
1915, June to Sept. 1915, and May to Nov. 1916. Wounded outside Beaucourt, 
Battle of the Ancre, Nov. 13, 1916. 

FREDERIC WILLIAM METCALFE. 

Admitted Nov. 1913. Assistant Clerk in the House of Commons. Joined 
Aug. 15, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., The Rifle Brigade (Special Reserve), promoted 
Lieut. July 1915, Capt. Jan. 1917. Served in France and Belgium. Wounded 
in 2nd Battle of Ypres April 1915. 



RECORD OF SERVICE 377 

OSWALD KILLINGBECK METCALFE. 

Admitted June 1917. Lecturer in Public and Common Law at Sheffield 
University. Joined Sept. 18, 1917, as Sapper, Royal Engineers Signals. Served 
in North Russia, Murmansk Front. 

PERCY HULBERT GELDART METCALFE. 

Articled to J. G. Metcalfe, of 10 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Joined 
Aug. 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). 
Obtained Commission in Dorset Yeomanry Feb. 1915, permanent Commission 
4th Dragoon Guards, Regular Army, Oct. 3, 1916. Served at Home, Mudros, 
and Egypt. 

PERCY KYNASTON METCALFE. 

Admitted Dec. 1905. Member of Gasquet, Metcalfe & Walton, of 92 Great 
Tower Street, E.C. Served as Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps, promoted 
Capt. Feb. 1917. Awarded M.B.E. 

HUGH MOWBRAY MEYLER. 

Admitted Feb. 1898. Member of Sheppard & Meyler, of Taunton. Joined 
Sept. 16, 1914, as Capt., 5th Batt. Middlesex Regt., transferred to Border 
Regt. Oct. 1915, and to Royal Flying Corps March 19 [6, promoted Major June 
1917, Lieut. -Colonel Nov. 1917. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
M.C., D.S.O., Croix de Chevalier of the Order of Leopold (Belgian) and Belgian 
Croix de Guerre. Served in France, Belgium, and Germany. Gassed June 
1915, wounded Oct. 1917, injured in parachute descent in Belgium Sept. 1918. 
FRANK LEE MICHELL. 

Articled to E. Michell, of Wellington, Somerset. Joined Dec. 13, 1917, as 
Gunner, Royal Field Artillery. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery 
June 24, 1918. Served in France and Germany. 

HENRY THEODORE MICHELMORE. 

Admitted Feb. 1913. Member of Michelmores, of Exeter. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Capt., Royal Field Artillery (T.), promoted Major June 1916. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. and Bar. Served in 
India 1914 to 1916, Mesopotamia 1916 to 1917, and France 1917 to 1919. 
Wounded at Arras March 28, 1918. 

HENRY WILLIAM MICHELMORE. 

Admitted Nov. 1887. Member of Michelmores, of Exeter. Served as 
Commandant of a Red Cross Detachment and O.C. of a Red Cross Temporary 
Hospital. 

JEFFERY EDWARDS MORTON MICHELMORE. 

Admitted July 1905. Member of Ford, Lloyd, Bartlett & Michelmore, of 
38 Bloomsbury Square, W.C. Joined Sept. 21, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 6th Batt. 
East Surrey Regt., promoted Lieut. June 1915, A /Capt. March 1916. Served 
in France. Killed in action at Fleurbaix April 9, 1918. 

WILLIAM GODWIN MICHELMORE. 

Articled to H. W. Michelmore, of Exeter. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as 
Capt., Wessex Divisional Signal Company Royal Engineers (T.F.), promoted 
Major March 1917. Commanding 58th Divisional Signal Coy., subsequently 



378 RECORD OF SERVICE 

Commanding 19th Divisional Signal Coy., and afterwards Commanding Lanca- 
shire Divisional Signal Coy., Army of the Rhine. Once mentioned in Dis- 
patches. Awarded the D.S.O. and M.C. Served in France. Wounded at 3rd 
Battle of Ypres Oct. 24, 1917. 

ALFRED MICHELSON. 

Admitted Aug. 1903. Member of Hasties, of 65 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. 
Serving at outbreak of War as Colour Sergeant Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Special List Sept. 8, 1914, and attached as Interpreter to 59th 
Scinde Rifles (F.F.) Indian Expeditionary Force. Attached Indian Corps 
Headquarters July 1915, attached to XL Corps Headquarters, in command 
of Labour Corps Nov. 1915, transferred to Intelligence Corps March 1916, 
promoted Lieut. May 1916, attached General Staff as Garrison Intelligence 
Officer Chatham, with Temp, rank of Capt. Jan. 1917, rejoined Intelligence 
Corps Sept. 1918, substantive rank of Capt. Nov. 1918. Seconded for service 
imder the Foreign Office with the Inter- Allied Rhineland High Commission 
Jan. 1920. Served at Home, France, Belgium, and Germany. 

JOHN MIDDLEBROOK. 

Articled to E. H. Middlebrook, of Leeds. Served as Private, 2nd West 
Yorkshire Field Ambulance (Reserve) Royal Army Medical Corps (T.). 

KENNETH MIDDLEMISS. 

Articled to C. H. Pearce, of Hull. Joined Aug. 4, 1914, as Private, East 
Riding Yeomanry. Gazetted as 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. East Yorkshire Regt. 
Jan. 19, 1917, promoted Lieut. July 1918. Awarded the M.C. Served in 
Egypt Oct. 1915 to July 1916, France and Belgium Feb. 1917 to Nov. 1918. 
Wounded May 1917, Nov. 1917, Nov. 4, 1918. 

ALAN LOMAS MIDDLETON. 

Articled to Gilbert Middleton, of Leeds. Served as Lieut., 1st West Riding 
Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. (T.), promoted Capt. June 1916. 

HENRY DUBS MIDDLETON. 

Admitted Oct. 1906. Member of Middleton & Sons, of Leeds. Served as 
Capt., Royal Field Artillery. 

JOHN LEAM MIDDLETON. 

Articled to W. E. Wakerley, of Chesterfield. Joined Sept. 10, 1914, as 
Private, 12th Batt. York and Lancaster Regt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Sept. 18, 
1914, promoted Lieut. Nov. 1914, Capt. July 1916, transferred to Royal Flying 
Corps May 1917, promoted Flight Commander No. 40 Squadron July 1918. 
Awarded the D.F.C. Served at Home, Egypt, France, and Salonica. Wounded 
at Neuve Chapelle Aug. 1916. 

THOMAS ARTHUR MIDGLEY. 

Admitted Sept. 1907. Member of Wilson, Lambert & Midgley, of 30 
Bedford Row, W.C. Served as Private, 14th (Reserve) Batt. County of London 
Regt. (London Scottish). 

THOMAS ALAN MILBURN. 

Admitted July 1905. Member of Milburn & Co., of Workington, Cumber- 
land. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Major, 5th Batt. Border Regt., and subsequently 



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promoted to Lieut. -Colonel. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded O.B.E. 
and T.D. Served in France and Belgium Oct. 1914 to Aug. 1915 and at Home 
Aug. 1915 to May 1919. 

WILLIAM MARTIN MILBURN. 

Admitted May 1908. Member of R. Milburn & Son, of Brampton, Cum- 
berland. Joined Nov. 1915, as Corporal Dispatch Rider, Royal Engineers 
(Signal Service). Served at Home, and in Mesopotamia and India 1916 to 1919. 
Once wounded. 

EDGAR CHARLES MILEHAM. 

Admitted March 1902. Member of Rooper & Whateley, of 17 Lincoln's 
Inn Fields, W.C. Served as Lieut., Royal Garrison Artillery. 

ALFRED CROSFIELD VERNOR MILES. 

Articled to E. Yernor Miles, of 30 Theobald's Road, Bedford Row, W.C. 
Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists 
Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 2nd Batt. The Welch Regt. April 1915. Served 
in France Oct. 1914 to Aug. 1915. Killed in action near Cambrin Aug. 24, 
1915. 

FREDERICK STUART MILES. 

Articled to A. S. Miles, of Tenbury. Joined June 27, 1916, as 2nd Air- 
Mechanic, Royal Flying Corps, promoted 1st Air-Mechanic Dec. 1916, Corporal 
Jime 1917, Sergeant March 1918. Served in France 2| years. 

EDGAR MILLAR. 

Admitted Oct. 1904. Member of W. R. Millar & Sons, of 22 St. Thomas 
Street, London Bridge, S.E. Joined Jan. 1917, as Private, Royal Fusiliers, 
appointed Acting Paymaster to Royal Horse and Royal Field Artillery (T.) 
Nov. 1917. Served at Home. 

WILLIAM MILLAR. 

Articled to W. R. Millar, jun., of 22 St. Thomas Street, London Bridge, 
S.E. Joined Sept. 12, 1914, as Private, 2/1 Batt. City of London Regt. (Royal 
Fusiliers) (T.) transferred to Heavy Branch Machine Gun Corps (Tank Corps) 
March 1917. Appointed A/Lance-Corporal on being appointed Machine Gun 
Instructor Oct. 1918. Served at Malta Feb. to Aug. 1915, Gallipoli Sept. to 
Dec. 1915, Egypt Jan. to April 1916, France April to July 1916 and May 1917 
to March 1918. Wounded at Maricourt (Somme) March 25, 1918. 

HAROLD LEWIS HOLLAND MILLARD. 

Admitted June 1900. Member of Donaldson & Birkinshaw, of Singapore, 
Straits Settlements. Left Singapore in Nov. 1914 and appointed Capt. 7th 
Batt. Northamptonshire Regt. Sent to Gallipoli May 1915 and attached to 
1st Batt. Border Regt. Promoted Major Oct 28, 1916. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Served at Home and in Gallipoli, Egypt, and France. Killed 
near Bethune April 12, 1917. 

WILLIAM KELSON JAjMES MILLARD. 

Admitted Sept. 1915. Of Cheltenham. Served as 2nd Lieut., 7th Batt. 
Gloucestershire Regt. 



380 RECORD OF SERVICE 

ARTHUR EDWARD MILLER. 

Admitted Feb. 1913. Clerk with Dickinson, Miller & Tumbull. Joined 
Aug. 9, 1914, as Dispatch Rider, Tyne Garrison Headquarters Staff. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Tynemouth Royal Garrison Artillery March 14, 1915, promoted 
Lieut. June 1916, A/Capt. March 1918. Served in Macedonia and at Home. 

ARTHUR HUGH LIDDELL MILLER. 

Admitted Nov. 1908. Managing Clerk with Shaen, Roscoe, Massey & 
Co., of 6-8 Ludgate Hill, E.C. Joined March 2, 1916, as Private, Royal Fusiliers. 
Served at Home. 
ARTHUR JOHN MILLER. 

Articled to A. J. M. Duncan, of 21 Leadenhall Street, E.C. Joined June 28, 
1917, as Private, Royal Army Service Corps (Remounts). Served at Home. 
Discharged physically unfit Nov. 6, 1917. 

HENRY WILLIAM MILLER. 

Admitted Feb. 1893. Of Ipswich. Served as Major, 3rd East Anglian 
Brigade Royal Field Artillery. 

JOHN ERIC HALL MILLER. 

Articled to R. T. Guthrie, of Blyth, Northumberland. Joined Durham 
University O.T.C. as a Cadet Dec. 1914. Gazetted as 2nd Lieut. 1st Batt. 
Northumberland Fusiliers May 3, 1915. Served at Home and in Flanders. 
Killed at Ypres Jan. 11, 1916. 

MATTHEW ROWLATT MILLER. 

Admitted Jan. 1914. Of Southsea. Served as Capt., 6th Batt. Hamp- 
shire Regt. (T.). 
REGINALD TAVERNER MILLER. 

Articled to T. B. Miller, of 12 Savile Row, W. Served as 2nd Lieut., Man- 
chester Regt., and subsequently promoted Capt. Mentioned in Dispatches. 

THOMAS PEACOCK MILLER. 

Admitted May 1914, practised at Newcastle-upon-Tyne as one of the staff 
of Thomas Gee & Co. Served as Lieut., Lancashire Fusiliers. Killed in action 
in France March 27, 1918. 

GEORGE MILLHOUSE. 

Articled to G. B. Black, of Scarborough. Joined May 12, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 
Yorkshire Regt., promoted Lieut. May 1917. Served at Home May 1915 to 
April 1916 and Sept. 1918 to April 1919, France and Belgium April 1916 to 
Nov. 1917, Italy Nov. 1917 to Sept. 1918. Wounded in Contalmaison on 
Somme July 30, 1916. 

GEORGE HOGG MILLONS. 

Admitted March 1895. Member of Millons & Newcombe, of Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne. Joined Dec. 18, 1914, as Lieut., 5th Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers, 
transferred to Royal Defence Corps April 1916, promoted Capt. Nov. 3, 1916, 
transferred T.F. Reserve (General List) Oct. 1919. Served at Home. 

FRANCIS RICHARD MILLS. 

Admitted Oct. 1904. Of 91a Linden Garden, W. Joined Oct. 19, 1914, as 
Private, 21st Batt. Royal Fusiliers, promoted Sergeant March 1915. Gazetted 



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2nd Lieut. Nov. 1916 in same Regt., promoted Lieut. May 1918. Served in 
France 1915 to 1919. Wounded at Cambrin Jan. 15, 1916. 

GEORGE HERBERT MILLS. 

Articled to J. M. B. Turner, of Bournemouth. Joined Dec. 1, 1916, as 
Private, Coldstream Guards, promoted Lance-Corporal April 1917. Served 
in France and Belgium July 1917 to Nov. 1918, and with Army of Occupation 
Dec. 1918 to Feb. 1919. 

KENNETH LE GAI MILLS. 

Articled to D. R. Locking, of Hull. Joined Oct. 21, 1915, as Private, 
28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal 
Flying Corps Feb. 4, 1917. Served at Home and in France. Killed in France 
Nov. 11, 1917. 

THOMAS PIERCY MILLS. 

Admitted April 1908. Member of Rider, Heaton, Meredith & Mills, of 
8 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Served as Capt., 1st (City of London) 
Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 

ALEXANDER NICOL MILNE. 

Admitted Feb. 1910. Managing Clerk with Taylor, Kirkman & Co., of 
Manchester. Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, 6th Batt. Manchester Regt. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut, in same Regt. April 1915, promoted Capt. Aug. 1915. 
Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in Gallipoli. Killed in Gallipoli 
Aug. 7, 1915. 

DAVID BARRETT MILNE. 

Admitted July 1900. Member of Rivers & Milne, of 88 Gracechurch 
Street, E.C. Joined June 1916, as Hon. Lieut., Army Canteen Committee. 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps March 1917, commanding 405th 
Siege Battery (R.G.A.) Ammunition Column, transferred to No. 19 Ammunition 
Sub-Park Oct. 1917, promoted Lieut. Sept. 1918. Served at Home June 1916 
to March 1917, and in France March 1917 to Feb. 1919. 

RALPH KNOWLES MILNE. 

Admitted Nov. 1904. Member of Edwin Berry & Co., of Liverpool. 
Joined Aug. 4, 1914, as Sapper, West Lancashire Divisional Signal Company 
Royal Engineers, commissioned in same Regt. Sept. 4, 1915, promoted A/Capt. 
March 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served in 
France July 1916 to June 1919. Wounded June 1917, March 1918. 

THOMAS BAXTER MILNE. 

Admitted Aug. 1909. Assistant Solicitor Corporation of Brighton. Mobi- 
lised Aug. 4, 1914, as Private, 14th Batt. County of London Regt. (London 
Scottish). Commissioned 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery (T.) Jan. 25, 1915, 
promoted Lieut. July 1916, appointed Temp. Capt. June 1915, Temp. Major 
May 1916, reverted to A/Capt. March 1917, appointed A/Major June to July 
1918, and afterwards A/Capt. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded 
Belgian Croix de Guerre. Served in France 1914, 1916, and 1917 to 1S19. 
Wounded Nov. 2, 1914. 



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JAMES MILNER. 

Admitted Jan. 1911. IMember of J. H. Milner & Son, of Leeds. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Capt. and Adjutant, West Riding Division Royal Army Service 
Corps, also served as Capt. 2nd Batt. Devonshire Regt. Once mentioned in 
Dispatches. Awarded M.C. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to April 1915 and 
Dec. 1918 to Nov. 1919, and in France April 1915 to Dec. 1918. Wounded 
and taken prisoner at Chemin des Dames May 27, 1918. 

HAROLD AUBREY MILTON. 

Admitted Dec. 1907, practising at 9 Staple Inn, W.C. Joined Aug. 17, 
1914, Public Schools O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 21st Batt. London Regt. 
Sept. 23, 1914, promoted Lieut. May 1915, Capt. Nov. 1915, transferred to 
2/23 Batt. London Regt., A/Major Oct. 1918, A/Lieut. -Col. Nov. 1918. Twice 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. and Croix de Guerre (French). 
Served in France May to Nov. 1916 and May 1918 to Nov. 1919. Salonica 
Nov. 1916 to June 19i7, and Palestine June 1917 to May 1918. 

JAMES CLYMO INIILTON. 

Admitted April 1895, practising at Chorley, Lanes. Rejoined Sept. 
1914, as Capt., East Lancashire Regt., promoted Major Jan. 15, 1915, appointed 
Instructor on Staff, No. 3 Officer Cadet Batt. Aug. 1916, subsequently employed 
at War Office and appointed General Staff Officer A.G. 3 (L.). Mentioned for 
valuable services during this War. Awarded the M.B.E. Served at Home 
1914 to 1915, Egypt and Sinai Peninsula 1916, and France 1916. Invalided 
Home June 7, 1916. 

THOMAS ST. MICHAEL MILTON. 

Admitted Sept. 1905. Member of J. P. & T. St. M. Milton, of Penzance. 
Joined July 1917, as Private, Royal Army Ordnance Corps. Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. Devonshire Regt. Aug. 1918 and attached 6th Batt. Dorsetshire 
Regt. Served at Home and in France. Wounded at Poix-du-Nord, France, 
Oct. 28, 1918. 

ROLAND MINOR. 

Articled to H. W. Minor, of Manchester. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, 
Public Schools Batt. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. King's Own Royal Lancaster 
Regt. May 26, 1915. Served at Home and France. Killed in Somme offensive 
July 1, 1916. 

THOMAS CHARLES WYNNE MINSHALL. 

Admitted July 1913. Member of Minshall, Parry -Jones & Pugh, of 
Oswestry. Mobilised Aug. 1914 with 4th Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers (T.) 
and attained the rank of Capt. Served in France. Killed in action near 
Contalmaison March 25, 1918. 

GEORGE BOTTERELL MINSHULL. 

Articled to L. A. Blackmore, of Ufracombe. Joined Feb. 8, 1918, as Private, 
Devonshire Regt., transferred to Royal Air Force Cadet Corps Oct. 1918, 
remained until the Cadet Schools were disbanded in Dec. 1918, when returned 
to original unit. Served at Home. 



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FRANK MISKIN. 

Admitted Dec. 1911. Member of Bracher & Son, of Maidstone. Joined 
Jan. 1915, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 9th Batt. 
Royal West Kent Regt. Feb. 1915, Capt. 22nd Batt. Middlesex Regt. Nov. 
1915, Capt. 12th Batt. Suffolk Regt. April 1916, Major 12th Batt. Suffolk 
Regt. Aug. 1917, Lieut.-Col. 13th Batt. Yorkshire Regt. March 1918. Awarded 
the M.C. Served in France. 

ALBERT JEFFERY MITCHELL. 

Admitted May 1907, practising at 35 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Served 
as Private, Hon. Artillery Company. 

EDIVIUND BASCOMBE MITCHELL. 

Admitted Nov. 1902. Member of Mitchell, Lucas & Mitchell, of 4 Romford 
Road, Stratford, E. Joined May 1916 as Gunner. Served in France and 
Belgium. Injured Aug. 1916. 

ERNEST HARRY MITCHELL. 

Admitted Dec. 1906, practised at 85 The Grove, Stratford, E. Served 
as Corporal, 5th (City of London) Batt. London Regt. (London Rifle Brigade). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps, promoted Capt. June 1917. 
Mentioned in Dispatches. 

GEORGE MITCHELL. 

Admitted July 1910. Practised at Halifax. Joined Jan. 1915 as Private, 
Queen's Own Yorkshire Dragoons, drafted to 2nd Batt. Duke of Cornwall's 
Light Infantry Sept. 1916 and sent to Salonica. Killed Sept. 13, 1918. Buried 
at the Karasouli Military Cemetery, Greece. 

HAROLD CHARLES BARNES MITCHELL. 

Admitted Dec. 1908. Of Bombay. Served as Capt. 1st Batt. Hertford- 
shire Regt., attached to Bombay Volunteer Rifles, promoted Major June 1916. 

ROBERT MOGER. 

Admitted Sept. 1905. Assistant Solicitor to the Bath Corporation. Mobi- 
lised Aug. 4, 1914, as Capt., 4th Batt. Somersetshire Light Infantry. Served in 
India Nov. 1914 to Jan. 1916, and in Mesopotamia Jan. to April 1916. Wounded 
at Beib Aisha April 1916. Invalided out Oct. 1917. 

WILLIAM MOGER. 

Admitted Nov. 1911. Member of F H. & R. A. Moger, of Bath. Mobi- 
lised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 4th Batt. Somersetshire Light Infantry, pron oted 
Capt. June 1916 and attached 1st Batt. The Yorkshire Regt. Served in 
Mesopotamia 1916, India 1914, 1915, 1917, and 1918, and Afghanistan 1919. 

SCOTT TREVOR MOILLIETT. 

Articled to T. W. Williams, of Bristol. Served as 2nd Lieut., 2nd Batt. 
The Welch Regt. 

GERALD CHAMBERLAIN MOLE. 

Admitted April 1914. Managing Clerk with Mole, Rosling & Vernon, of 
Reigate, Surrey. Joined Sept. 16, 1914, as Private, 16th Batt. Middlesex 



384 RECORD OF SERVICE 

Regt. Commissioned as 2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. Royal Sussex Regt. June 1915, 
attached to 9th Batt., promoted Lieut. July 1917, attached to 3rd Corps School 
Dec. 1917. Served in France June 1916 to Dec. 1918. 

FRA^XIS GUY MONCKTON. 

Articled to II. Monekton, of Maidstone. Joined Sept. 30, 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps (T.). Seconded to Tank Corps as Capt. Jan, 
1917. Served in France. 

GEORGE CHESTER TANCRED MONEY. 

Admitted Dec. 1910. Member of Hunt & Money, of 24 Haymarket, S.W. 
Joined March 1, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps, promoted Lieut. 
1916, Capt. 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served in France. 

RANDALL HERBERT MONIER-WILLIAMS. 

Articled to M. F. Monier- Williams, of 6 & 7 Great Tower Street, E.G. 
Joined Aug. 10, 1914, as Private, 5th Batt. East Surrey Regt. Injured while 
in training. Invalided out June 30, 1915. Employed M.I.I.C. War Office 
June 1915 to April 1919. Commissioned Lieut. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve 
April 1917. Served at Home and in United States. 

GEORGE EDWARD MONKLAND. 

Articled to F. G. Monkland, of 1 Frederick's Place, E.C. Joined Nov. 1914 
as 2nd Lieut., 2/7 Batt. Black Watch (R.H.), promoted Lieut. May 1915, with 
1/7 Batt. from Jan. 1917. Served in France. Wounded at the Chemical 
Works at Roeux, near Arras, April 23, 1917. Discharged May 1918. 

CHARLES PHETHEAN MONKS. 

Admitted April 1912. Member of J. Phethean, of Monks & Co., of Bolton. 
Joined Oct. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. Nov. 
1914. Served in France Jan. to June 1915. Killed in action at Hooge June 
1915. 

FREDERIC ROBERT D'OYLEY MONRO. 

Admitted Nov. 1902. Member of Monro, Law & Co., of 70 Queen Street, 
E.C. Joined May 1916 as Cadet. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison 
Artillery Aug. 11, 1916, promoted Lieut. Feb. 1918. Served in France Jan. 
1917 to Dec. 1918. 

RICHARD HEADLEY MONTAGU. 

Admitted July 1907. Member of Montagu, Mileham & Montagu, of 5 and 
6 Bucklersbury, E.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Isle of Wight Rifles (Princess 
Beatrice's Batt.) Hampshire Regt. Jan. 1915, promoted Lieut, a few months 
later, and became Bombing Instructor, gave that appointment up to go to 
France. Served in Flanders. Killed by a bomb on Sept. 21, 1917. Buried 
the next day near Bodmin Copse. 

GEORGE ALBERT BANNERMAN MONTAGUE. 

Admitted July 1910. Member of Latchams & Montague, of Bristol. 
Joined Aug. 20, 1914, as Private, 1/6 Batt. Gloucestershire Regt., and attained 
the rank of Sergeant. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Feb. 1916. Served in France 
March 1915 to July 1916. Wounded July 6, 1916. Discharged in consequence 
of wounds April 3, 1917. 



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HASTINGS SETON MONTGOMERIE. 

Admitted Aug. 1897, practising at 1 South Square, Gray's Inn, W.C. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Major, 9th Batt. Middlesex Regt, Served in India 
and Salonica. 

PERCY ALFRED MOODIE. 

Admitted Dec. 1906. Member of Moodie & Sons, of 2 Basinghall Avenue, 
E.C. Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, 14th Batt. County of London Regt. (London 
Scottish). Gazetted Lieut, in Royal Fusiliers Jan. 1915, transferred to Royal 
Flying Corps Dec. 1915, promoted Flight Commander Feb. 1917, Staff Capt. 
Feb. 1919. Served at Home during 1916 and in France. 

CHARLES SYDNEY MOORE. 

Admitted April 1910, practising at St. Leonard's-on-Sea. Joined Jan. 15, 
1918, as 2nd Lieut. (Inland Waterways and Docks) Royal Engineers, and 
later transferred to 3rd Batt. Essex Regt. Served in France and with the 
Army of Occupation in Germany. 

DONALD GWYTHER MOORE. 

Admitted Jan. 1913 of Plymouth. Served as Cadet, O.T.C. 

EDWARD DUKE MOORE. 

Admitted Oct. 1904, practising at 7 King Street, Cheapside, E.C. Mobi- 
lised Aug. 1914, as Capt., Inns of Court O.T.C. (T.), transferred as Capt. to 
East Riding Yeomanry Oct. 1914, promoted Temp. Major April 1915, 
Major June 1916, Temp. Lient.-Col. Dec. 1917, subsequently appointed 
2nd in Command as Major of 102nd (Lincoln and East Riding Yeomanry) 
Batt. Machine Gun Corps. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded D.S.O. 
and T.D. Served at Home until Oct. 1915, Egypt and Palestine Oct. 1915 to 
May 1918, and France May 1918 to March 1919. 

EDWARD HAYDEN MOORE. 

Articled to Robert Brown, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Joined Aug. 1914, as 
2nd Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt. Went to France 1915. Wounded and 
mentioned in Dispatches. Promoted Capt. 1916. Awarded the M.C. Died 
of wounds April 25, 1917. 

GEORGE WILLIAM MOORE. 

Articled to C. J. Band, of Coventry. Joined Nov. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
13th Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt, promoted Lieut. Feb. 1915 and trans- 
ferred to 9th Batt. Served in Gallipoli (Suvla Bay) Sept. to Dec. 1915. 
Wounded (frostbite, lost right leg and part of left foot, Dec. 4, 1916). 

HUGH STIRLING MOORE. 

Admitted Oct. 1914. Of Nottingham. Joined Oct. 1914, as Private, Royal 
Fusiliers (Public Schools Batt.). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Notts and Derby 
Regt. Aug. 1, 1916, and attached to Leicestershire Regt. Twice mentioned 
in Dispatches. Served in France. Killed in action at Polygon Wood Oct. 1, 
1917. 

JOHN MOORE. 

Articled to H. D. Bateson, of Liverpool. Served as Private, 10th Batt. 
King's Liverpool Regt. (Liverpool Scottish) (T.). 

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LEONARD WILLIAM MOORE. 

Admitted April 1902. Member of Clutton & Moore, of Bristol. Joined 
June 16, 1916, as Private, 1st (Garrison) Batt. Worcestershire Regt. Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Royal Army Ordnance Corps ^larch 15, 1917, promoted Lieut. 
June 15. 1917. Served at Home June to Sept. 1916, and in France Sept. 1916 
to April 1919. 

MAURICE MOORE. 

Admitted Feb. 1890, practising at Sunderland. Joined Aug. 1914, as 
Capt., Northern Cyclist Batt., CO. Divisional Cyclist Companies, subsequently 
Lieut.-Col. 2/4 Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. 
Served at Home. 

ROBERT BROWN MOORE. 

Articled to J. B. Paynter, of Yeovil. Joined Sept. 22, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
5th Batt. Somerset Light Infantry. Promoted Capt. Oct. 1917. Served in 
India 1914 to 1917, and in Palestine April 1917 to Jan. 1919. 

STANLEY SPENCER MOORE. 

Admitted Dec. 1909, practising at 6 Finsbury Square, E.C. Mobilised 
Aug. 4, 1914, as Private, Hong Kong Defence Corps, and subsequently served as 
Volunteer Ambulance Driver with the French Army, transferred to 28th 
Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles) July 1918, and to Royal Air 
Force Sept. 1918. Served in Hong Kong and France. 

THOMAS MOORE. 

Admitted Feb. 1914. Member of Moore & Sons, of Yeovil. Joined 
Sept. 16, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 1/5 Batt. Somerset Light Infantry, promoted 
Lieut. Feb. 1916, Capt. June 1917. Served in India Oct. 1914 to April 1917, and 
in Egypt and Palestine April 1917 to June 1919. Wounded in attack and 
taking of Rafa Village April 9, 1918. 

THOMAS ERIC LYNDON MOORE. 

Articled to A. A. Newman, of Newport, Mon. MobiHsed Aug. 1914, as 
Lieut., 4th Welsh Brigade Royal Field Artillery, promoted Capt. 1916. Served 
in Egypt and Palestine. 

TOM MOORE. 

Articled to George Baron, of Bacup. Joined Dec. 2, 1915, as Private, 
Royal Fusiliers. Appointed Lance-Corporal July 1918, Corporal Jan. 1919. 
Served at Home to Aug. 1916 and Dec. 1917 to Feb. 1919, and in France 
Aug. 1916 to Dec. 1917. 

JOHN MOORE-BAYLEY. 

Admitted Sept. 1907. Member of Moore-Bavley & Co., of Birmingham. 
Joined April 2, 1917, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Served at Home. 

GRAHAM MOORE-WILLIAMS. 

Admitted Dec. 1907. Solicitor on the Staff of the Ministry of Munitions. 
Joined Aug. 18, 1914, as Private, Public Schools Batt. (Middlesex Regt.). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. The King's Own Royal Lancaster Regt. (Special 
Reserve) Feb. 22, 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1916, Capt. 1917. Served in 



RECORD OF SERVICE 387 

France 1915 and 1916. Wounded at Battle of Loos Sept. 28, 1915, and twice 
at Battle of Serre Nov. 13, 1916. 

ROWLAND EDWARD MOORHOUSE. 

Articled to E. P. Moorhouse, of 14 Bedford Street, Covent Garden, W.C. 
Joined University of London O.T.C., Sept. 1916, appointed to No. 20 O.C. 
Batt., Crookham, June 1917. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 9th Batt. Middlesex Regt. 
Sept. 22, 1917, and subsequently attached 23rd (Service) Batt. Served in 
Italy Dec. 1917 to Feb. 1918, in France Feb. and March 1918, and in Belgium 
April 1918. Reported nissi g, believed killed, April 1918, and subsequently 
reported killed near Weiltje, Ypres, April 19, 1918. 

WILLIAM MILES MORANT. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Solicitor on staff of Sir Charles W. Matthews, 
K.C.B., etc., Director of Public Prosecutions, Whitehall, S.W. Joined 1914, as 
2nd Lieut., 7th Batt. Durham Light Infantry, promoted Capt. Nov. 1915. 
Served in France. Killed in action at Merville, France, April 11, 1918. 

PERCIVAL JOHN HOSKING MORCOM. 

Articled to John Shelly, of Plymouth. Joined Dec. 1915, as 2nd Lieut., 
Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, promoted Lieut. June 1917. Served in 
France Aug. 1916 to April 1918. Killed at Merville April 11, 1918. 

ADRIAN CHARLES MOREING. 

Articled to J. B. Birkbeck, of 20 Copthall Avenue, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 
1914, as Lieut., 3rd Batt. London Regt., promoted Temp. Capt. April 1915, 
Capt. June 1916, seconded for duty as Law Officer attached to Headquarters 
Southern Command Nov. 1916. Served at Home Aug. 1914 and May 1915 
to Nov. 1918, Malta Sept. to Dec. 1914, and in France Jan. to May 1915. 

RAYMOND LAURENCE MORETON. 

Admitted April 1910, practising at 12 Serjeant's Inn, Temple, E.C. 
Joined March 5, 1915, as Private, Inns of Court, O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
11th Batt. London Regt. (Finsbury Rifles) May 15, 1915. Served at 
Home March to Sept. 1915, GaUipoli Oct. to Dec. 1915, and Egypt Dec. 1915 
to March 1916. Invahded out May 11, 1916. 

ARNOLD JOHN MORGAN. 

Admitted Sept. 1912. Member of James Morgan & Co., of Cardiff. 
Served in Motor Cycle Corps, Royal Engineers. 

ARTHUR CROKE MORGAN. 

Admitted Nov. 1903. Member of Park, Nelson & Co., of 11 Essex Street, 
Strand. Joined May 1916 as Cadet. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison 
Artillery July 7, 1916, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1918. Served at Home. 

CHARLES CAREY MORGAN. 

Admitted Oct. 1910. Of 33 Old Broad Street, E.C. Served as Capt., 

837th Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery. 

CYRIL FRANK MORGAN. 

Admitted May 1908. Member of Foyster, Waddington & Morgan, of 
Manchester. Joined Dec. 18, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Field Artillery, 



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promoted Lieut. July 1917, A/Capt. March 1918, Capt. and Adjutant Dec. 
1918. Awarded the M.C. Served in Belgium and France 1916 to 1919. 

DANIEL OWEN MORGAN. 

Articled to John Evans, of Llandyssul. Served as Private, No. 2 Coy.» 
The Welch Regt. 

DAVID HUGHES MORGAN. 

Admitted Nov. 1899. Of Penally, South Wales. Rejoined Aug. 1914, 
as Capt., South Wales Borderers, and subsequently promoted Major. Received 
the honour of Kjiighthood. Served at Home as Commandant of Musketry 
Camp, Penally, Pembrokeshire. 

EDWARD LESLIE MORGAN. 

Articled to S. H. Jarvis, of Newtown, North Wales. Joined as Private, 
Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Special Reserve of Officers Oct. 28, 
1916, posted to Royal Field Artillery. Served in France May to Nov. 1917. 
Died of gas poisoning in Belgium Nov. 9, 1917. 

EDWARD STANLEY PARKER MORGAN. 

Admitted April 1915. Member of Taylor, Willcocks & Co., 240 Lavender 
Hill, S.W. ; and 218 Strand, W.C. Joined Nov. 9, 1914, as Private, 2/3 
Wessex Field Ambulance. Subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Garrison 
Artillery. Served in France Dec. 1916 to July 1918. 

EVAN BERNARD MORGAN. 

Articled to O. W. Owen, of Liverpool. Joined Oct. 1914, as Prob. Flight 
Sub-Lieut., Royal Naval Air Service. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. Cheshire 
Regt. (T.) Jan. 1915, promoted Lieut. Royal Engineers (T.) March 1918. 
Served in France March to Aug. 1915 and April to Aug. 1916, and in Palestine 
May to Nov. 1917. Wounded July 1918. 

GEORGE BERNARD MORGAN. 

Articled to A. W. Heaton, of Birmingham. Served as 2nd Lieut., Royal 
Field Artillery, promoted Lieut. Oct. 1916. 

GEORGE ELTON MORGAN. 

Admitted Aug. 1911, practised at Wrexham. Joined Jan. 1916, as Private, 
Royal Welch Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. The Welch Regt. May 1917. Served 
in JFrance and Belgium. Killed in action near Langemarck Aug. 15, 1917. 

HENRY ROBERT MORGAN. 

Admitted July 1890, practising at King's Lynn. Mobihsed as Major, 5th 
Batt. Norfolk Regt. Served for first 2 years of War. 

HUGH PENRITH MORGAN. 

Articled to G. II. Morgan, of Shrewsbury. Mobilised Aug. 5, 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., 1/1 Shropshire Royal Horse Artillery, promoted Lieut. Oct. 1914, Capt. 
June 1916, A/Major 28th Battery Royal Field Artillery Nov. 1918. Awarded 
the M.C. Served in France and Belgium. 

ISAAC DAVID MORGAN. 

Admitted May 1910, practising at Aberdare. Served as Private, E Coy., 
1st Labour Batt. 



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JOHN RHYS MORGAN. 

Admitted Sept. 1907, practising at Maesteg, Glamorganshire. Joined 
April 11th, 1917, as Private, King's Shropshire Light Infantry, transferred to 
Army Pay Corps June 1917, promoted Corporal April 1918. Served at Home. 

JOHN WALTER REES MORGAN. 

Articled to L. R. Morgan, of Neath. Joined Oct. 8, 1914, as Private, 
1st Sportsman's Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. Royal 
Dublin Fusiliers April 1915. Served in France July 1915 to July 1916. 
Killed at Beaumont Hamel July 1, 1916. 

LLEWELLYN REES MORGAN. 

Admitted May 1908, practising at Neath. Joined May 1, 1918, as Private, 
2/28 Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Served at Home. 

OSCAR TREHARNE MORGAN. 

Admitted April 1903. Deputy Town Clerk, Newport, Mon. Joined June 
1915, as 2nd Lieut, and subsequently promoted Lieut. Served at Home. 
Resigned Oct. 1917. 

OWEN MORGAN. 

Admitted March 1910. Member of Samuel Wright, Morgan & Co., of 
Bradford and Shipley. Joined Sept. 21, 1914, as Private, 16th (Service) Batt. 
West Yorkshire Regt. Gazetted Temp. Lieut, in same Regt. Sept. 23, 1914. 
Served in Egypt Dec. 1915 to March 1916, and in France March to June 1916. 
Wounded June 10, 1910. Invalided out Nov. 1916. 

THOMAS EYTON MORGAN. 

Articled to Hugh Hughes, of Aberystwyth. Joined Nov. 1915, as Gunner, 
Royal Horse and Royal Field Artillery. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Boyal Garrison 
Artillery July 7, 1916, promoted Lieut. Jan. 1918. Served at Home owing to 
injury contracted on Service. 

THOMAS HENRY MORGAN. 

Admitted Nov. 1900. Member of T. H. Morgan & Co., of Colwyn Bay. 
Joined Dec. 1, 1914, as Capt. and Adjutant, 10th Service Batt. South Wales 
Borderers, promoted Major June 1915, A/Lieut.-Col. commanding 11th South 
Wales Borderers Oct. 1917. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
O.B.E. (Military Division). Served in France and Belgium. 

WILLIAM INIORGAN. 

Admitted Dec. 1904. Member of Samuel Wright, Morgan & Co., of 
Bradford and Shipley. Joined May 1916, as Private, Army Cyclist Corps. 
Gazetted Temp. 2nd Lieut. West Yorkshire Regt., and Temp. 2nd Lieut. 
Machine Gun Corps. Served in France 1917 to 1918. Died of wounds July 23, 
1918. 

DAVID MORLEY. 

Articled to J. W. Mills, of Beverley. Joined Dec. 16, 1914, as Private, 
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, and subsequently promoted Corporal, 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. East Yorkshire Regt., and'attached to 13th Batt. 
Dec. 1916. Served in France, Salonica, and France. Killed June 16, 1917. 



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FREDERICK BRYAN MORLEY. 

Articled to H. V. Vaughan, of Builth Wells, Breconshire. Joined Nov. 8, 
1915, as Rifleman, 9th Batt. County of London Rcgt. (Queen Victoria's 
Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. King's Royal Rifle Corps Oct. 26, 1916, 
promoted A/Capt. 9th Batt. Sept. 1917, Substantive Capt. Oct. 1918. Served 
in France. Gassed at Polderhoek Chateau Oct. 1917. 

JOHN ALFRED MORLEY. 

Admitted Jan. 1909. Member of Pierron & Morley, of Hammersmith 
Road, W. Joined July 10, 1916, as Private, 28th Batt^ County of London 
Rcgt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Army Ordnance Corps Jan. 
1917, promoted Lieut. April 1917. Served at Home. 

RICHARD JAMES MORLEY. 

Articled to James Morley, of 38 Lincobi's Inn Fields, W.C. Served as 
2nd Lieut., Machine Gun Corps. 

GEOFFREY WILMOT MORRICE. 

Admitted Feb. 1911. Of 3 and 4 Clement's Inn, W.C. Serv^ed as 2nd 
Lieut., Wessex Divisional Train, Royal Armiy Service Corps, promoted Lieut. 
July 1917. Mentioned in Dispatches. 

ARCHIBALD JAMES MORRIS. 

Articled to E. H. W. Holt, of 9 Mincing Lane, E.C. Joined Sept. 1914, 
as Private, 14th Batt. County of London Rcgt. (London Scottish), and 
attained the rank of Sergeant. Served in France March 1915 to June 1916. 
Kifled at Hebuterne, France, June 15, 1916. 

ARCHIBALD JOHN MORRIS. 

Admitted Dec. 1913. Managing Clerk with Lewis C. Thomas, of Neath. 
Joined Dec. 1915, as Private, Royal Welch Fusiliers, promoted Lance-Corporal 
April 1916, Sergeant Oct. 1916. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. South Wales Borderers 
May 1917, promoted Lieut. Nov. 1918, and subsequently A/Capt. Once 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.B.E. (Military Division). Served 
in Belgium and France 1916 to 1917, and in Salonica 1917 to 1919. 

CHARLES EDMUND MORRIS. 

Admitted Nov. 1914. Of Milford Haven. Served as 2nd Lieut., Pem- 
brokeshire Royal Garrison Artillery (T.), and subsequently attained the rank 
of Major. Mentioned in Dispatches. 

FREDERICK MORRIS. 

Articled to William Morris, of 17 Throgmorton Avenue, E.C. Joined 
Oct. 21, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., Scottish Horse, and attached to South Notts Hussars. 
Subsequently promoted to Lieut. Served at Suvla Bay, Egypt, and Salonica, 
Drowned by the torpedoing of the transport Lcasowe Castle May 27, 1918. 

GEORGE PARKER MORRIS. 

Articled to L. C. Evans, of Salford. Joined Aug. 12, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
16th Batt. Manchester Regt., promoted Lieut. Jan. 1915, transferred to 
Machine Gun Corps Nov. 1916, promoted Capt. Nov. 1917, Major May 1918. 
Served at Home and in France. Wounded July 1, 1916. 



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HAROLD SPENCER MORRIS. 

Admitted June 1910. Member of J. F. Morris & Son, of Carmarthen. 
Served as Lieut., 15th (Service) Batt. The Welch Regt. 

HARRY MORRIS. 

Articled to R. F. Payne, of Sheffield. Served as Private, Sheffield Batt. 
York and Lancaster Regt. 

HENRY MATTHEW MORRIS. 

Articled to T. R. Thompson, of Cardiff. Joined Aug. 15, 1914, as 2nd 
Lieut., 4th Batt. Manchester Regt., promoted Lieut. June 1915, Capt. Jan. 
1917, attached 2nd Manchester Regt. May 1915 to Nov. 1916, Staff Capt. 
14th Infantry Brigade Nov. 1916 to March 1917. Served in France May 1915 
to March 1917, and in India April 1917 to Jan. 1918. 

HOWARD MORRIS. 

Admitted Feb. 1907, practising at 52 Bedford Row, W.C. Joined July 26, 
1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Army Service Corps, promoted Lieut. March 1916, 
Capt. May 1918. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.C. Served 
in France Aug. 1915 to Nov. 1919. 

HUMPHREY WILLIAM MORRIS. 

Admitted Oct. 1907. Member of H. C. Morris, Woolsey, Morris & Kennedy, 
of 2 Walbrook, E.C. Joined Dec. 10, 1914, as Lieut., Royal Naval Volunteer 
Reserve (Auxiliary Patrol Section). Served as CO, in Motor Launches Jan. 
1916 to Dec. 1918. 

JOHN CONWAY MORRIS. 

Articled to T. W. Trevor, of Bangor. Served as Private, 4th (Public 
Schools) Batt. Royal Fusiliers. 

JOHN ERNEST MORRIS. 

Admitted Oct. 1904, practising at Cardiff. Served as 2nd Lieut., 
Royal Welch Fusiliers. 

JOHN EDWARD PHILIPPS MORRIS. 

Admitted April 1909. Managing Clerk with Wade & Son, of Newport, 
Mon. Joined Aug. 5, 1916, as Private, 5th Batt. Royal Fusiliers, transferred 
to 1st (H.S.) Garrison Batt. The Buffs Sept. 1916, attached Staff of Dover 
Garrison Headquarters Oct. 1916, promoted Lance-Corporal June 1917, 
employed as Courts-Martial Clerk for the Garrison. Served at Home. 

LYNDON HENRY MORRIS. 

Admitted March 1913. Of Shrewsbury. Served as Capt., 4th Batt. King's 
Shropshire Light Infantry and as Adjutant in the Far East from Oct. 1914 
to Oct. 1916, returned to France and served as Capt. in 1st Batt., after- 
wards served in Ireland, returned to 1st Batt. King's Shropshire Light Infantry 
and commanded that Batt. as Lieut.-Col. during closing stages of War, and 
during the March into Germany following the Armistice. Awarded the M.C. 
Served in Burma, Straits Settlements, China, and France. Wounded at 
Cambrai Nov. 20, 1917. 



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RAYIMOND EARDLEY MORRIS. 

Admitted Oct. 1907, practising at Weston-super-Mare. Joined Dec. 23, 
1914, as Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt., transferred to Scottish Rifles and 
promoted Capt. Feb. 1917. Served in Mesopotamia. Invahded Aug. 21, 1918. 

ROBERT PARRY MORRIS. 

Articled to M. E. Nee, of Carnarvon. Joined Dec. 7, 1914, as Private, 
16th Batt. Royal Welch Fusiliers, transferred to Welsh Royal Garrison 
Artillery Feb. 1915, promoted Lieut, and subsequently Capt. Awarded the 
M.C. Served in France. Twice wounded. Killed in action Oct. 27, 1917. 
WILLIAM FRANCIS MORRIS. 

Admitted Feb. 1900. Member of IMunton, Morris & Co., of Temple Cham- 
bers, E.C. Embodied Aug. 1914, as Major, Second in Command 1/21 Batt. 
London Regiment, promoted Temp. Lieut. -Col. Commanding 1915, appointed 
Claims Officer 47th Divisional Staff 1915, President No. 2 Area Quartering 
Committee Scottish Command 1919. Awarded the T.D. Served in France 
1914 to 1916, and at Home 1916 to 1919. 

ERIC JOHN MORRISH. 

Articled to H. B. James, of Leeds. Joined Sept. 8, 1914, as Cadet, Leeds 
University O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 7th Batt. East Yorkshire Regt. 
Nov. 26, 1914. Served in France. Wounded Sept. 26, 1915. 

DOUGLAS CHARLES ADEY MORRISON. 

Admitted Dec. 1904. Member of Morrison & Masters, of S^vindon. Mobi- 
lised Aug. 1914, as Capt., 4th Batt. Wiltshire Regt. (T.), promoted Major 
1918. Served in India and at Home. 

GERARD HUMPHREY MORRISON. 

Articled to C. A. Coward, of 30 Mincing Lane, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, 
as 2nd Lieut., 5th City of London Batt. London Regt. (London Rifle Brigade), 
landed in France on Nov. 5, 1914, as Lieut., promoted Capt. shortly before 
death. Killed near Ploegsteert Wood March 31, 1915. 

WILLIAM ALEXANDER RUSSELL MORRISON. 

Articled to Walter Molineux, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Served as Private, 
King's Royal Rifle Corps. Killed in action Sept. 15, 1916. 
GUY RALLISON MORRISS. 

Admitted April 1914. Practising with Davidson & Morriss, of 40 & 42 
Queen Victoria Street, E.C. Joined Nov. 8, 1915, as 2nd Lieut., Royal Army 
Service Corps, promoted Lieut. July 1917, Capt. Dec. 1917. Served in 
Egypt and Palestine. 

FRANCIS ALFRED VIVIAN MORSE. 

Admitted July 1903. Practising at 79 Queen Street, Cheapside, E.C. Served 
as Able Seaman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (Anti-Aircraft Corps). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. London Electrical Engineers, Royal Engineers (T.), 
promoted Lieut. June 1916. 

PERCY LAPPER MORSE. 

Admitted May 1910. Member of Grover & Morse, of 27 Queen Victoria 
Street, E.C. Joined 1916, as Private, King's Royal Rifle Corps. Granted a Com- 



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mission in 1/4 Batt. Gloucestershire Regt. June 1917. Served in France and 
Flanders. Wounded Oct. 8, 1917. Died in hospital, No. 8 Rouen, Nov. 20, 1917. 
GALBRAITH MORTEN. 

Articled to J. G. Morten, of 99 Newgate Street, E.C. Joined Aug. 1914, 
as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. 1st Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. P'eb. 1915. Served in France. 
Killed in action May 15-16, 1915. 

HAMISH ^LVCPHERSON MORTEN. 

Articled to J. G. :Morten, of 99 Newgate Street, E.C. Joined Nov. 28, 
1915, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). 
Subsequently commissioned and promoted Lieut. 
JMIES MORTON. 

Admitted Nov. 1901. Practising at Sheffleld. Served as Corporal, 
62nd Signal Coy., Royal Engineers. 

JAMES FAIRFAX AISIPHLETT MORTON. 

Articled to J. A. Morton, of Kidderminster. Served as 2nd Lieut., 6th 
Batt. King's Royal Rifle Corps. 

PERCIVAL CLARE MORTON. 

Admitted Aug. 1908. Chief Assistant Solicitor, Halifax Corporation. 
Joined June 5, 1916, as Private, 27th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Subsequently 
gazetted 2nd Lieut. York and Lancaster Regt. Served in France. Taken 
prisoner April 12, 1918. Died of wounds April 13, 1918. 

ERNEST HEDLEY HATTERSLEY MOSBY. 

Articled to William Dust, of Sheffield. Served as Private, Royal Marines. 
JOHN MOSER. 

Admitted May 1913. Clerk with Milne, Moser & Sons, of Kendal. Joined 
Canadian Engineers, as Sapper, Aug. 4, 1914, proceeded to England and France, 
evacuated from France sick, and was returned to Canada and discharged 
March 1916. Granted commission in Canadian Army Pay Corps April 1916 
till resignation in April 1919, rank on resignation Hon. Capt. Served in 
Canada, England, and France, and afterwards in Canada. 

GODFREY MOSLEY. 

Admitted Aug. 1891, practising at Derby. Mobilised Aug. 1914 as 
Lieut. -Col. Commanding 5th Batt. (Sherwood Foresters) Notts and Derby 
Regt. Served at Home 1914 to 1915, and in France 1915. Transferred to 
Territorial Reserve Sept. 1915. 

ISSAAC HENRY MOSLEY. 

Admitted April 1910. Formerly Managing Clerk with Sanderson, Adkin, 
Lee & Eddis, of 46 Queen Victoria Street, E.C. Joined Sept. 5, 1914, as 
Private, Hon. Artillery Company. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Hon. Artillery Com- 
pany Aug. 5, 1915, promoted Lieut. July 1917, A/Capt. Feb. 1917. Awarded 
the M.C. Served in France Sept. 1915 to April 1919. 

FREDERICK BLUNDELL MOSS BLUNDELL. 

Admitted Dec. 1897. Member of Moss, Lowe & Co., of Hull. Mobilised 
Aug. 4, 1914, as Lieut.-Col., 2nd Northimibrian Brigade, Royal Field Artillery 



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(T.), promoted Col. Aug. 1918. Five times mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded C.M.G., D.S.O., and T.D. Served at Home Aug. 1914 to April 
1915, and in France April 1915 to May 1918. Taken prisoner on the Aisne 
May 28, 1918. 

SYDNEY HUGH MOSSE. 

Admitted March 1913. Practising at 171 Queen Victoria Street, E.C. 
Served as Lance-Corporal, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists 
Rifles). 

KENNETH MOSSIVLVN. 

Admitted Feb. 1908. Managing Clerk with Davenport, Cunliffe & Blake, 
of 48 Chancery Lane, W.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Private, 1st Batt. Hon. 
Artillery Company, promoted Sergeant Dec. 1914. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th 
Batt. Worcestershire Regt. May 1916, transferred Royal Engineers as Lieut. 
Dec. 1917. Served in France and attached British Military Mission U.S.A. 
three months. Wounded Ancre July 1916. 

GEORGE HOLMES MOSSOP. 

Articled to T. F. Gaskell, of Liverpool. Joined March 25, 1916, as 
Rifleman, 2/6 (Rifle Batt.) King's Liverpool Regt., transferred to Labour 
Corps June 1918. Served in France. Gassed at Armenti^res July 29, 1917. 

LIONEL GORDON MOTE. 

Admitted June 1909. Member of E. and J. Mote, of 1 South Square, Gray's 
Inn, W.C. Served as Private, 6th (Cyclist) Batt. Royal Sussex Regt., 
subsequently promoted Lance-Corporal. 

HARRY MOTTERSHEAD. 

Articled to F. A. Daniel, of Macclesfield. Joined Sept. 3, 1917, as Temp. 
Assistant in Casualty Section of the Department of the Accountant-General 
of the Navy, Admiralty. 

FRANCIS JOSEPH MOTTRAM. 

Admitted June 1905, practising at Stafford and Hanley. Served as 
Major and Adjutant, Ammunition Colimin, North Midland Brigade, Royal 
Field Artillery. 

ERNEST HILL MOTLTVI. 

Admitted July 1901. Assistant Solicitor to the Town Clerk of Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne. Joined Aug. 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 8th Batt. Durham Light 
Infantry, promoted Capt. July 1916. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served 
in France and Belgium. Wounded April 26, 1915, and Feb. 8, 1916. 

JOHN ISAAC MOULTON. 

Admitted Jan. 1903. Member of Dunning, Kay & Armstrong, of Leeds. 
Joined June 1916, as Private, 3rd Batt. East Yorkshire Regt., promoted 
Lance-Corporal July 1916. Served in France Sept. 1917 to Feb. 1919. 

OSCAR PERCY MOUNT. 

Admitted Oct. 1910. Of Colombo, Ceylon. Served as 2nd Lieut., Royal 
Field Artillery. 



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BERNARD MOUNTAIN. 

Admitted Oct. 1908. Of Grimsby. Joined Dec. 11, 1916, as Lieut., 
Royal Army Medical Corps, promoted Capt. Dec. 1917. Served in Mesopotamia 
May 1917 to May 1918. 

HAROLD MOUNTAIN. 

Admitted Sept. 1905. Member of Bates & Mountain, of Grimsby. Served 
as Major, North Midland Brigade, Royal Field Artillery (T.). 

WALTER EDMUND IRVINE MOURILYAN. 

Admitted Jan. 1899, practising at Richmond, Surrey. Joined April 
1915, as A.B., Anti-Aircraft Corps, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Served 
at Home. Discharged Jan. 1917. 

JOHN HEWITT MOWLL. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Clerk with Mowll & Mowll, of Dover. Mobilised 
Aug. 1914, as Lieut., Cinque Ports Royal Engineers, promoted Substantive 
Capt. Dec. 1914. Served at Dover (Harbour Defences). 

CLARENCE EDWIN MOXON. 

Articled to E. H. Foster, of Leeds. Joined Leeds University O.T.C. 
Dec. 1914 as Cadet. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 2nd West Riding Brigade Royal 
Field Artillery Feb. 22, 1915, promoted Lieut. Dec. 1916. Served in France. 
Resigned Dec. 22, 1917. 

JOHN EVELYN MOXON. 

Admitted Feb. 1913. Managing Clerk with Cutts & Son, of Bognor. 
Joined Aug. 29, 1914, as Private, 5th Batt. Gloucestershire Regt. Served in 
France March 1915 to Nov. 1917, and in Italy Dec. 1917 to Dec. 1918. 

REGINALD ARTHUR WITHERS MOYLAN-JONES. 

Admitted Feb. 1911. Managing Clerk with Birt & Son, of South wark, 
S.E. Joined Sept. 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. 
(Artists Rifles), subsequently promoted Sergeant and appointed Sergeant- 
Instructor on Staff of Machine Gun School, B.E.F. Served in France. 

AUGUSTUS MOZLEY-STARK. 

Admitted Nov. 1884, practising at 24 Pelham Street, South Kensington. 
Served as A /Paymaster to Royal Field Artillery at Woolwich Sept. 1915 to 
March 1917, later in the Legal Branch Ministry of Munitions, and imtil 
Armistice at Navy and Army Canteen Board (Solicitor's Branch). 

ROBERT MUCKLE. 

Admitted Sept. 1915. Member of Criddle & Ord, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 
Joined April 13, 1917, as Private, 2/28 Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists 
Rifles), afterwards Cadet O.C.B. Cambridge, and subsequently 2nd Lieut. 
36th Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers. Served at Home. 

GORDON DENNE MUGGERIDGE. 

Admitted May 1903. Member of Martineau & Reid, of 2 Raymond 
Buildings, Gray's Inn, W.C. Joined Feb. 1916, as Naval Instructor, Royal 
Navy. Title of rank changed in 1918 to " Instructor Lieutenant." Served 



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with British Adriatic Squadron, IMediterranean (H.M.S. Queen), June 1916 to 
Feb. 1917, with 1st Battle Cruiser Squadron, North Sea (H.M.S. Tiger), Feb. 
1917 to March 1918. During remainder of time employed on shore at Royal 
Naval College, Greenwich, and at Royal Air Force Station, Eastchurch. 

JOHN HENRY IMULCAHY. 

Admitted May 1910. Member of Mulcahy & Waugh, of Blaydon-on-Tyne. 
Joined Feb. 12, 1917, as Private, Durham Light Infantry, subsequently 
transferred to 444th Home Service Employment Company. Served at 
Home. 

HARRY GEORGE ]\IIBIFORD. 

Admitted March 1897, practised at Friars House, New Broad Street, 
E.C. Served as Lieut., 20th Batt. County of London Regt., promoted Capt. 
June 1916. Awarded M.B.E. 

JOE DOUGLAS MUNBY. 

Admitted Jan. 1909. Member of Tasker Hart & Mimby, of Scarborough. 
Joined July 5, 1917, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Royal Army Service Corps April 27, 1918. Served in France and Belgium and 
on the Rhine. 

EDWIN GEORGE STANISLAUS MUNDAY. 

Articled to Alfred Howard, of 10 Clifford's Inn, E.C. Enlisted Oct. 1914 
in 7th Batt. London Regt., promoted Corporal at Loos 1915. Wounded 
(with loss of big toes, left arm permanently crippled, and 17 additional 
wounds) Nov. 6, 1915, and invalided out of Army and pensioned July 1916. 
Subsequently obtained commission as 2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. (attached 13th 
Batt.) Essex Regt. Nov. 9, 1916. Served in France. Killed in action 
Feb. 20, 1917. 

RALPH MUNDAY. 

Admitted May 1910. Of Putney. Served as Trooper, 3rd Batt. County 
of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters). Subsequently gazetted Lieut. 9th 
Batt. Notts and Derbyshire Regt. (Sherwood Foresters). Awarded M.C. 

HENRY WADSWORTH MUNK. 

Admitted Feb. 1903. Assistant Solicitor %vith Capron & Co., of Savile 
Place, W. Granted commission as Lieut, in Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve 
Sept. 27, 1915. 

HECTOR CAMERON ]\IUNRO. 

Admitted Feb. 1911, practising at Exeter. Joined July 26, 1917, as 
Private, Royal Army Medical Corps, promoted Lance-Corporal Nov. 1917. 
Served at Home. 

LAURENCE GEORGE HENSMAN MUNSEY. 

Admitted Dec. 1912. Assistant Solicitor Essex County Council. Joined 
Nov. 29, 1915, Inns of Court O.T.C. Appointed to commission as 2nd Lieut. 
Royal Army Ordnance Corps April 27, 1916, promoted Lieut. July 1916. 
Served at Home Nov. 1915 to Nov. 1916, and at Salonica Nov. 1916 to Feb. 
1919. 



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AUSTIN EDWARD SCOTT MURRAY. 

Admitted March 1907. Of 7 Bloomsbury Square, W.C. Joined Sept. 
1914, as 2nd Lieut., 7th Batt. Norfolk Regt., promoted Lieut. Sept. 1914, Capt. 
Dec. 1914, Major Nov. 1918. Twice mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the 
M.C. Served in France. 

BERNARD ALLEYNE MURRAY. 

Articled to J. E. Corbould, of 1 Henrietta Street, Cavendish Square, W. 
Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
1/1 Notts (Sherwood Rangers) Yeomanry Sept 13, 1914, promoted Lieut. 
June 1916, seconded to Signal Service Royal Engineers to command 7th 
Mounted Brigade Signal Troop (subsequently renamed 14th Cavalry Brigade 
Signal Troop Royal Engineers) May 1917, promoted Capt. April 1918. Awarded 
the M.C. Served in Egypt Aug. to Oct. 1915, at Salonica Oct. 1915 to June 
1917, and in Palestine and Syria July 1917 to July 1919. 

EDWARD DOUGLAS MURRAY. 

Admitted Nov. 1907. :Member of Winter, Bothamley & Co., of 16 Bedford 
Row, W.C. Joined Sept. 4, 1914, as Private, 28th Batt. County of London 
Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted Lieut. Royal Highlanders (The Black Watch) 
Jan. 27, 1915. Served in France. Died July 20, 1916, of wounds received in 
action on previous day. 

FREDERICK STANLEY MURRAY. 

Admitted Aug. 1914. Of Plymouth. Joined June 17, 1915, as 2nd 
Lieut., 3rd Batt. North Staffordshire Regt., promoted Lieut. May 1916 and 
then appointed Adjutant. Volunteered and was selected for service in East 
Africa, May 1917, attached to King's African Rifles. Wounded on the 
Makondi Plateau Nov. 17, 1917, and died in the Field Hospital. 

JAMES WALTER MURRAY. 

Admitted Nov. 1908. Member of Bradshaw & Murray, of Barrow-in- 
Furness. Joined Aug. 1914, as Private, 16th Batt. Middlesex Regt. Gazetted 
Lieut. 3rd Batt. Border Regt., attached Nigeria Regt., W.A.F.F., June 1915 
to Nov. 1918. Served in Cameroon Campaign. 

JOHN EDWARD IMUSGRAVE. 

Admitted Nov. 1911. Member of Waugh & Musgraves, of Cockermouth. 
Joined Sept. 24, 1914, as Private, 21st (Service) Batt. Royal Fusihers, promoted 
Sergeant and Company Sergeant-Major Oct. 1914. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1, 
1915, promoted Capt. March 1915, transferred to Royal Engineers and appointed 
Adjutant April 1916. Once mentioned in Dispatches. Served at Home 
Sept. 1914 to Oct. 1915 and May 1918 to Jan. 1919, and in France Oct. 1915 
to May 1918. 

SYDNEY ASHURST ^lUSSON. 

Admitted Feb. 1897, practising at 21 Bedford Row, W.C. Joined Oct. 29, 
1914, as Private, Army Pay Corps, promoted Lance-Corporal Dec. 1914, 
Corporal April 1915, Sergeant June 1915. Commissioned 2nd Lieut. Royal 
Army Service Corps July 29, 1917. Served at Home Oct. 1914 to April 1917, 
in France Aug. 1917 to Aug. 1918, and in Spain Sept. 1918 to Feb. 1919. 



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ERNEST ALEX MYER. 

Admitted March 1897. Member of Hermann H. Myer & Co., of 46 and 47 
London Wall, E.G. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Major, 6tli City of London Rifles. 
Served in France. Killed in action April 3, 1915. 

HENRY DENNIS MYER. 

Admitted Dec. 1914. Member of Montagu Mileham, Solomon & Myer, of 
5 and 6 Bucklersbury, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 1914, as Lieut., 6th Batt. City of 
London Rifles, promoted Capt. Sept. 1914, Major June 1916, attached 4th 
Batt. North Staffordshire Regt. May 1917 to March 1918, and to 40th Batt. 
Royal Fusihers ^larch 1918 to May 1919. Served in France and Flanders 
March to Oct. 1915 and Oct. 1917 to March 1918, and in Egypt and Palestine 
Aug. 1918 to May 1919. Wounded, Loos, Sept. 25, 1915. 

ARTHUR FRANCIS MYERS. 

Articled to C. H. L. Emanuel, of 23 Finsbury Square, E.C. Mobili-ed 
Aug. 1914, as Trooper, 3rd County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters). 
Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 10th Special Reserve of Cavalry Sept. 6, 1916, transferred 
to 4th Queen's Own Hussars Feb. 1917, promoted Lieut. March 1918. Served 
at Home Aug. 1914 to April 1915, Egypt April 1915 to Feb. 1916, and in France 
Feb. 1917 to March 1918. Killed in action at Moreuil March 31, 1918. 

HENRY JOHN MYERS. 

Admitted Dec. 1907, practised at Folkestone and Hythe. Joined Feb. 28, 
1917, as Private, 14th Batt. County of London Regt. (London Scottish). Gazetted 
2nd Lieut. Royal Army Service Corps July 1917, A/Capt. Sept. 1918 to July 
1919. Served in France and at Home. Died of pneumonia Feb. 19, 1919. 

JONAS LOUIS MYERS. 

Articled to Harry Myers, of 25 Wormwood Street, E.C. Joined Aug. 4, 
1914, as Gunner, "B" Batt. Hon. Artillery Conpany. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 
Royal Field Artillery Jan. 1917, promoted Lieut. June 1918. Served in 
Eastern Campaign March 1915 to Aug. 1916, and on Western Front Feb. 1917 
to Feb. 1919. Wounded Sept. 1918. 



TRAFFORD NADIN. 

Admitted July 1903. Member of Gadsby, Coxon & Nadin, of Derby. 
Joined Sept. 5, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 2/5 Batt. Notts and Derby Regt. (Sher- 
wood Foresters), promoted Capt. and Adjutant 1915. Served in the Irish 
Rebellion and in France. Wounded March 21, 1918. Died of pneumonia 
following wounds June 8, 1918. 

FRANK WILLIAM NALDER. 

Articled to H. R. Wansbrough, of Bristol. Served as Motor Cyclist, 
British Red Cross Society. Subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. 
Somerset Light Infantry. Promoted Lieut, July 1917. 

JOHN VIVIAN NANCARROW. 

Admitted Jan. 1910, practised at Middlesbrough. Mobili'^ed Aug. 1914, 
as Capt., 4th Batt. Yorkshire Regt. (T.), sent to Flanders in April 1915. 
Killed at Fortuyn, near St. Julien, April 24, 1915. 



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ANDREW NANCE. 

Admitted May 1908, practising at Reading. Joined Dec. 6, 1916, as Stoker, 
Royal Navy. Served at Home and at East Indian Stations. 

Sir WILLIAM LENNOX NAPIER, Bart. 

Admitted Sept. 1902, practised at Mowbray House, Norfolk Street, W.C. 
Served as Temp. Major, 4th Batt. South Wales Borderers. Killed in action at 
Gallipoli Aug. 13, 1915. 

RAMSAY LLE^VELYN IVES NARES. 

Admitted Aug. 1913. Managing Clerk with Francis & Crookenden, of 
23 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Joined Sept. 2, 1914, as Lieut., Royal Fusiliers, 
promoted Capt. July 1917, afterwards A.D.C. to G.O.C. 28th Division. Twice 
mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded the M.B.E. Served in France Sept. 
to Oct. 1915, and with Salonica Force Nov. 1915 to Feb. 1919. 

HERBERT MASON NASH. 

Articled to J. R. Nash, of Farnham, Surrey. Joined Nov. 29, 1915, as 
Private, 28th Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Commissioned to 
Royal Garrison Artillery Dec. 18, 1916, promoted Lieut. June 1918. Served 
in Palestine. 

LESLIE CHESSBOROUGH FLEETWOOD NASH. 

Admitted Feb. 1909. Member of Wood, Nash, Hewett & Riddett, of 
6 Raymond Buildings, Gray's Inn, W.C. Joined Sept. 22, 1914, as 2nd Lieut., 
10th (Service) Batt. The Rifle Brigade, promoted Lieut. Oct. 1914, Capt. Nov. 
1914, Major Dec. 1918. Served in France. Gassed Sept. 1918. 

HARRY LOUIS NATHAN. 

Admitted April 1913. Member of Herbert Oppenheimer, Nathan & Vandyk, 
of 1 Finsbury Square, E.C. Mobilised Aug. 4, 1914, as Lieut., 1st (City of 
London) Batt. Royal Fusiliers, promoted Temp. Capt. Jan. 1915, Temp. Lieut.- 
Col. Nov. 1915, Temp. Major Jan. 1916, Permanent Capt. and Temp. Major June 
1916. Served at Home, Malta, Egypt, Gallipoli, and France. Wounded July 
1916 at Vimy Ridge. Invalided Sept. 1917 on account of wounds received 
in action. 

HUGH PARKER NAUNTON. 

Articled to A. W. Timbrell, of 44 King WiUiam Street, E.C. Served as 
2nd Lieut., 8th Batt. Suffolk Regt., and subsequently attained the rank of 
Capt. 9th Batt. East Surrey Regt. Mentioned in Dispatches. Awarded D.S.O. 

JAMES NAYLOR. 

Articled to Herbert Boocock, of Halifax. Joined May 6, 1916, as Gunner, 
Royal Field Artillery. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery Oct. 1917, 
and attached 147th (Army) Brigade. Served in France. 

JOHN NEAL. 

Admitted Oct. 1913. Member of Arthur Neal & Co., and Arthur 
Neal & Son, of Sheffield and London. Joined Aug. 11, 1914, as Cadet O.T.C., 
transferred Jan. 1915 Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. 



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Royal Garrison Artillery Feb. 6, 1915, promoted Lieut. Nov. 1915, Capt Sept. 
1917, A/Major Nov. 1916. Awarded the M.C. Served at Home and in 
France. 

CHARLES GOODALL NEALE. 

Admitted Dec. 1900, practising at 1 Queen Victoria Street, E.C. Served 
as Private, Royal Garrison Artillery. 

EDWIN MARRAT NEAVE. 

Articled to Edwin Parkes, of Eccles. Joined Sept. 5, 1914, as Private, 
20th Batt. Royal Fusiliers (3rd Public Schools Batt.). Served in France. 

EGLIN NEEDHAM. 

Articled to Frederick Lang, of Manchester. Gazetted Dec. 23, 1914, as 
Temp. 2nd Lieut. 11th Batt. East Surrey Regiment, transferred to 
Machine Gun Corps Nov. 1915, promoted Temp. Lieut. July 1916, A/Capt. 
June 1917, A/^Iajor Feb. 1918. Served in France. Wounded at La Boiselle 
July 1, 1916. 

HAROLD JOHN COOKE NEOBARD. 

Admitted April 1912, practising at Reading, Berks. Joined Sept. 4, 1914, 
as Private, 2/28 Batt. County of London Regt. (Artists Rifles). Gazetted 2nd 
Lieut. 7th (Service) Batt. Royal Berkshire Regt. Nov. 1914, promoted Lieut. 
Jan. 1915, Temp. Capt. on appointment as Liaison Officer with the French 
Armee d'Orient and graded as G.S.O.III. on the Staff of G.O.C. in C. British 
Expeditionary Force, Salonica, and Army of the Black Sea Nov. 1916 (General 
List), Substantive Capt. May 1918, subsequently worked as G.S.O.III., Opera- 
tions G.H.Q. Constantinople Army of the Black Sea. Awarded O.B.E. and 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honour. Served at Home Sept. 1914 to Sept. 1915, 
France Sept. to Nov. 1915, Macedonia Nov. 1915 to Dec. 1918, Turkey-in- 
Europe Dec. 1918 to Sept. 1919. 

WILLIAM PERCY NESS-WALKER. 

Admitted Nov. 1908, practised at Whitby. MobiUsed Aug. 1914, as Capt., 
North Riding Battery, 2nd Northumbrian Brigade, Royal Field Artillery (T.), 
promoted Major June 1918. Awarded the M.C. Served in France. Killed 
Dec. 30, 1917. 

NOEL WILFRID NEVE. 

Articled to W. H. House, of Sevenoaks. Served as Cadet, University of 
London O.T.C. 

WALTER GREGORY NEVE. 

Articled to his father, Arthur H. Neve, of Tonbridge. Joined March 1915, 
as Private, Inns of Court O.T.C, and subsequently gazetted 2nd Lieut. 2nd 
Batt. East Kent Regt. (The Buffs). Killed in action Balkan Front (Salonica 
Force) Aug. 25, 1917. 

CLIVE NEVILL. 

Articled to Leonard Nevill, of 35 Bucklersbury, E.C. Served as Private, 
28th Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Went to France Aug. 1916. Killed in action 
Oct. 7, 1916. 



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ROBERT NEVILL. 

Articled to his father, Robert Nevill, of Tamworth. Joined Dec. 1915, as 
2nd Lieut., South Lancashire Regt., promoted Capt. Sept. 1916. Awarded 
the M.C. and Bar. Served in France. Killed in action at Nieppe April 10, 
1918. 
MAURICE MICHAEL JOHN NEVILLE. 

Admitted Dec. 1908. Member of G. & O. New & Neville, of Evesham. 
Mobilised Aug. 5, 1914, as Lieut., Worcestershire Regt., promoted Capt. July 
1916, boarded permanently unfit for Infantry and joined Royal Army Service 
Corps as Lieut. Sept. 1916, attached 220th Siege Battery Royal Garrison 
Artillery, promoted A/Capt. March 1917. Once mentioned in Dispatches. 
Awarded O.B.E. (Military Division). Served at Home and in France. 

FRANK OSSIAN WALTER NEW. 

Articled to W. J. New, of Melton Mowbray. Gazetted Aug. 25, 1914, as 
Temp. 2nd Lieut., 6th Batt. Leicestershire Regt., promoted Temp.