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Full text of "The regimental roll of honour and war record of the Artists' Rifles (1/28th, 2/28th and 3/28th battalions, the London Regiment T. F.) Commissions, promotions, appointments and rewards for service in the field obtained by members of the corps since 4th August, 1914"

ARTISTS RIFL 







UCSB LIBRARY 




CENTRE PANEL OF THE ARTISTS' RIFLES WAR MEMORIAL 
AT HEADQUARTERS, DUKE'S ROAD. 



THE REGIMENTAL 

ROLL OF HONOUR 



AND 



WAR RECORD 



OF THE 



ARTISTS' RIFLES 

(l/28th, 2/28th and 3/28th BATTALIONS 
THE LONDON REGIMENT T.F.) 



COMMISSIONS, PROMOTIONS, APPOINTMENTS 

AND 

REWARDS FOR SERVICE IN THE FIELD 

OBTAINED BY MEMBERS OF THE CORPS 
Since 4th August, 1914. 



THIRD EDITION. 



LONDON : 

HOWLETT & SON, 

10, FRITH STRKET, SOHO SQUARE, W. i. 

1922. 



HOWLETT AND SON, PRINTERS. 
10, FRITH ST., SOHO, W. 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE. 

FOREWORD BY COLONEL MAY ... ... ... ... vii. 

EDITOR'S PREFACE ... ... ... ... ... ix. 

SUMMARY OF HONOURS, CASUALTIES, ETC. ... ... ... xviii. 

A CALENDAR OF REGIMENTAL NUMBERS ... ... ... xix. 

THE FIRST FIFTY ... ... ... ... ... xxii. 

WITH THE ROYAL NAVAL DIVISION ... ... ... xxiii. 

ADDENDA TO SECTIONS I. TO VI. ... ... ... xli. 

SECTION I. THE ROLL OF HONOUR ... ... ... i 

SECTION II. V.C. : D.S.O. : D.S.C. : M.C. : A.F.C. ... 43 

OTHER HONOURS AND DECORATIONS ... 148 

FOREIGN ORDERS AND MEDALS ... ... 150 

MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES ... ... 152 

BROUGHT TO NOTICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE 159 

SECTION III. ROLL OF COMMISSIONS ... .. ... 161 

SUPPLEMENTAL LIST ... ... ... 427 

ANALYSIS OF COMMISSIONS ... ... ... 430 

SECTION IV. ROLL OF "OTHER RANKS" ... ... 433 

SECTION V. PAST MEMBERS ... ... ... ... 487 

SECTION VI. THE 104 (ARTISTS' RIFLES) V.A.D. ... 495 

INDEX TO ROLL OF HONOUR, COMMISSIONS, REGIMENTS AND 

HONOURS ... ... ... ... ... ... 497 

CORRIGENDA ... ... ... ... ... ... 



NOTE. 

In searching for a name reference should be made both 
to the Index and to the alphabetical Roll of Other Ranks 
(p. 433). To save space, names in the latter are not repeated 
in the Index (except in the case of Deaths, Honours, and 
HI -6 Instructors at G.H.Q.). 



ILLUSTRATIONS 

BY PAST AND PRESENT MEMBERS OF THE CORPS 
AND PHOTOGRAPHS. 



PAGE. 

CENTRE PANEL OF WAR MEMORIAL AT HEADQUARTERS. 

(Designed and wrought by Capt. Alwyn Carr} Frontispiece. 

EMBRYO OFFICERS AT ST. OMER ... ... ... ... xvi. 

EMBRYO OFFICERS AT ROMFORD ... ... ... ... xvii. 

THE "FALL-IN" AND "CEASE-FIRE" (facsimiles} ... ... xx. 

NOTRE DAME DE BREBIERE, ALBERT. (Col. W. C. Horslcy} ... 17 

BAILLEUL, 1914. (Capt. W. Lee-Hankey} ... ... ... 32 

BAILLEUL IN 1918 ... ... ... ... ... 33 

DEFEAT OF THE PRUSSIAN GUARD. (Capt. W. B. Wollen^ R.I., R.O.I.) 97 
RECAPTURE OF BRITISH TANK AT SERANVILLERS. (Capt. H. M. Paget} 113 

CAVALRY OF THE AIR. (Capt. W. B. Wollen) ... ... 177 

ARRAS (LITTLE SQUARE). ( Capt. E. Handley-Read} ... ... 192 

GETTING THE GUNS AWAY. (Capt. W. B. Wollen) ... ... 193 

JOINT ROAD-CONTROL POST (French Troops and Artists) ... 241 

MACHINE-GUN INSTRUCTION^ G.H.Q. SCHOOL ... ... 241 

A SHELL-PITTED AREA (Aeroplane photograph) ... ... 256 

RECAPTURE OF SANCTUARY WOOD, 1916. (Capt. W.B. Wollen} 257 

A GERMAN TANK AND A BRITISH. (Capt. E. Handley-Read} 305 

TERRITORIALS AT POZIERES. (Capt. W. B. Wollen} ... ... 320 

CADETS SELECTING AND CUTTING BRUSHWOOD, France, 1915 ... 321 

THE RUNNER. (Lieut. J. M. Watt) ... ... ... 385 

THE ORIGINAL ARTISTS' BADGE ... ... ... ... 400 

SKETCH OF THE BATTLE FOR NIEKGNIES. (Capt. H. M. Paget} 401 

THE LAST STAND OF THE 2ND DEVONS. (Capt. W. B. Wollen} 465 

OVER THE TOP : THE ARTISTS AT MARCOING. (Sgt.John Nash) 480 



TAMBOUR DU BATAILLON " ARTIST- RIFLES." (By Georges Scott} 481 



VI. 

ILLUSTRATIONS continued. 

PORTRAITS. 

PAGE. 

Capt. E. T. BENNETT, V.C. ... ... ... ... 240 

2/Lieut. G. E. GATES, V.C. ... ... ... 34 

Capt. G. ST.G. S. GATHER, V.C. ... ... ... 464 

Lieut. D. J. DEAN, V.C. ... ... ... ... 384 

Lieut. A. J. T. FLEMING-SANDES, V.C. ... ... ... 112 

z/Lieut. R. P. HALLOWES, V.C. ... ... ... ... 16 

Capt. Rev. E. N. MELLISH, V.C. ... ... ... 176 

Lt.-Col. B. W. VANN, V.C. ... ... ... ... 196 



FOREWORD 

BY 

COLONEL H. A. R. MAY, C.B., V.D., 

recently Commanding the Artists' Rifles. 



As one who has been intimately connected with the Corps for nearly forty 
years, and who yields place to none in his interest in, and love for, his old 
Regiment, I have awaited the publication of this Roll of Honour of the 
Artists' Rifles with an eagerness that I would find it hard to describe. For it is 
a Record of which, not only every past or present member of the Regiment, 
but everyone who values the proved possibilities of the Territorial Force may 
rightly be proud. 

The story it tells is one of alert and patriotic acceptance of the 
responsibilities cast upon us by the war, of many thousands of officers trained 
for service in the field, of duty nobly done, of gallant service rendered even 
unto death. And in no boasting rhetoric is the tale related : the narrative 
unfolds itself, modestly and simply, in columns of names and figures which 
speak more eloquently perhaps than any letterpress that could accompany 
them. Every line records good service voluntarily rendered : one in every 
seven lines denotes the splendid tragedy of a promising young life sacrificed 
for his country. 

The book contains a complete record of all whose names have been 
inscribed in our iMuster Roll since August, 1914 ; of Commissions obtained ; of 
honours and decorations awarded (with particulars, where published, of the 
deeds by which they were gained) ; and of casualties suffered. 

This colossal work, although 1 know it has been a labour of love, has 
been compiled and edited with immense and continuous care, spread over 



VI 11. 



some years, by Major S. Stagoll Higham, V.D., assisted by a devoted band of 
willing and enthusiastic helpers, to all of whom the gratitude of every 
comrade is due and is given, It is issued with pride to preserve for future 
generations the memory of men who, when the occasion arose voluntarily 
served their country and their Regiment in the greatest emergency. 

The time has almost come when the feelings with which we regard 
the greatest possible Sacrifice made by our best and bravest during the 
awful days of 1914- 18 begin to be free from regret and longing and sadness. 
And my earnest wish and hope is that when the relatives and friends of 
those Artists who were then called upon to give up all turn the pages of this 
book, they will be strengthened to do so with pride and thankfulness only. 

Despite the gloom that may sometimes come to us at happenings in 
these present times, my firm conviction is that so long as we can produce men 
of the quality of those whose names and deeds are enshrined in this Roll of 
Honour we can go forward joyfully and with every confidence into the 
unknown future. And may we all be inspired to carry out our present 
obligations and duties patriotically, and to live henceforth lives worthy of the 
example of those 2,003 Artists who died for us that we as an Empire might 
live. This would be the best War Memorial of all. 



November nth, 1921. 



EDITOR'S PREFACE. 



At an Army examination in 1913 the candidates, who included a few 
Officers of the Artists in pursuit of the coveted "Q," were confronted with 
the following conundrum : 

"Supposing a war continues What machinery exists 
in England for supplying the wastage in Office' s ? " 

Little did any of those candidates dream how soon this question would 
insist on an immediate answer: that within the next twelve months the old 
regular Army, hopelessly out-gunned, would have been sacrificed : and that 
the nation would be called upon to provide, and would eventually succeed in 
producing, from civilians, upwards of a quarter of a million new Officers. 

Still less did any member of the Artists then imagine that the quota 
of such new Officers furnished by his own Battalion of amateur soldiers - 
one of the original Rifle Volunteer Corps that was raised by Painters and 
Art students in post-Crimean days and incorporated in 1908 in the new 
Territorial Force as the "28th London (Artists Rifles)" would run into 
five figures. Or that within a few months of the outbreak of hostilities 
ex-Artists (over 1,000 in number) would have been gazetted to every regular 
infantry regiment in the British Army including all the Foot Guards. 

There is no more striking incident in the whole history of the Corps, 
since the day when in beards and shakos our ancestors made their first 
appearance on parade, than the story of the first little batch of men suddenly 
called out of our ranks to replace, in the field, Army Officers who had become 
casualties. 

From this small beginning, extemporised to meet an emergency, sprang 
the huge organisation which in the words of Earl French may be said to have 
laid the foundation of that Officers' School of War whose ramifications were 
soon to extend, not only behind all the fighting lines, but throughout the 
United Kingdom. By the end of the war this Territorial unit had furnished 
over 10,000 Officers to our big Armies, as chronicled in detail in the following 
pages, and had also trained in its schools in France and in England several 
thousand cadets from other Regiments, in addition to maintaining latterly 
a fighting Battalion in the line. 



X. 

THE FIRST BATTALION. 

On the 2nd August, 1914, the 2nd London Division T.F. to which the 
Artists were allocated as Army Troops, assembled on Salisbury Plain for 
their annual camp. At midnight the Division was recalled post-haste to 
London and on the 5th August was mobilised for active service and placed 
on duty the same day. Within a fortnight it moved out to its War Station 
in Hertfordshire, minus the Artists, who were left behind, much to their 
chagrin "to help in the defence of London." Quartered successively at 
Manchester Street Schools, Lord's Cricket Ground, and the Tower, they 
presently rejoined their Division in the country but had not been there a week 
when at less than 48 hours' notice the Battalion was embarked overseas, 
landing in the critical period at the end of October, 1914. 

On their way up to Ypres they were dramatically halted at Bailleul by 
a Staff-Officer (as it happened, an old Artists Adjutant, Col. Romer) with 
an urgent message from the Commander-in-Chief who wished to see them. 
They de-bussed and were visited by him there. The result of an historic 
interview between him and Colonel May was that a few days later some 50 
"other ranks," public school and University men who had taken to heart 
Lord Roberts' warning and trained in peace time, were rapidly given some 
practical tips, promoted to Second Lieutenant and the next day went straight 
into action (still wearing their Territorial private's uniform and Artists 
badge with the addition of a "pip") against some of Germany's most famous 
Regiments, in command of seasoned regular soldiers of the immortal Seventh 
Division.* 

The experiment of thus attaching Artists to the Old Contemptibles as 
"Probationary Officers" having proved successful, a further batch was called 
for and orders were issued by the G.O.C. directing the Battalion to be trans- 
formed into an Officers' Training Corps to be drawn on from time to time 
to supply Officers, the remainder being retained as a fighting unit to be used 
as occasion demanded. He thus refers to the matter in his first Despatch. 

" I established the Battalion as a Training Corps for officers in 
the field. The cadets pass through a course, which includes some 
thoroughly practical training as all cadets do a tour of 48 hours in the 
trenches, and afterwards write a report on what they see and notice. 
They also visit an observation post of a battery or group of batteries, 
and spend some hours there. A Commandant has been appointed, 
and he arranges and supervises the work, sets schemes for practice, 
administers the school, delivers lectures, and reports on the candidates. 
The cadets are instructed in all branches of military training suitable 
for platoon commanders. Machine-gun tactics, a knowledge of which 

Their names should be placed on record and will be found at page xxii. 



XI. 

is so necessary for all junior officers, is a special feature of the course 
of instruction. When first started the school was able to turn out 
officers at the rate of 75 a month. This has since been increased to 
100. Reports received from Divisional and Army Corps Commanders 
on officers who have been trained at the school are most satisfactory." 

Earl French has since on several occasions written and spoken on this 
subject in generous terms and in particular at a recent reunion of survivors, 
when he said : 

" I shall never, never forget the first visit I paid to the Artists 
after they landed in France, or the wonderful impression they left on 
my mind of the possibilities which were in that Corps of furnishing a 
want which was so terrible to all of us at that time, the supply of 
officers. What really influenced me in trying the experiment I had 
to try was the appreciation I had of the splendid material of which 
I saw you were composed, and of the marked aptitude of Colonel May 
and those who helped him for organizing and commanding such a 
Corps. Just at the period I am speaking of we had suffered fearful 
casualties, and the proportion of losses in officers was higher than in 
any other rank, and it was going on every day. I was really positively 
at my wits' end, suffering almost agony, to know where I could get 
officer reinforcements. You all know how any fighting force must 
deteriorate, and deteriorate badly, unless this supply of officers is kept 
up properly and regularly. 

Well, in this trouble and difficulty the Artists came to my help, 
and I shall never forget as long as I live the courage, the determination, 
the skill, the organizing power which they displayed in trying to meet 
my wishes. By day and by night, almost under the enemy's guns, 
and very often under close rifle -fire in the trenches, they commenced, 
they carried on, and they developed this work to the very highest 
standard of efficiency, and they showed clearly what men of energy 
and skill could do in this direction when they knew how. They 
taught us, indeed, a very great lesson, among the many lessons which 
all we regular soldiers had to learn in the war. We never knew what 
the possibilities were before. We used to talk about it taking two 
years to train an artillery driver, and, above all things, we said we 
could not turn out officers under a certain considerable length of time. 
Well the Artists showed us we made a mistake there, because they 
turned out a most efficient body of officers, and kept up everything 
they said they would. From that moment they became the model for 
and an example to that large number of training establishments all 
over France, which to the end of the war turned out officers with the 
utmost speed and the utmost efficiency. What they suffered in doing 
it is recorded in this book which I now hold in my hand (Artists 



XI 1, 



Rifles Regimental Roll of Honour, 1914-1919), and I may recall at 

this moment, without frivolity, the fact that these boys, all of them, 

looked death straight in the face, laughing and smiling, and that 

the Artists earned at that time the sobriquet of 'The Suicide Club/ 

That, perhaps, is the highest honour that could be paid to them." 

The School in France was originally run entirely by Colonel May and 

his Officers and Sergeants, but presently, as the enemy pressure relaxed, he 

had the advantage of the assistance of Regular Officers (one of whom was 

appointed "Commandant of School") and gradually as additional candidates 

for commissions began to arrive from other regiments, the two units were 

worked as separate organisations. 

In April, 1915, quarters were changed from Bailleul to St. Omer and a 
new Commandant to the school was appointed, which from that date became 
"G.H.O. School." Thereafter Artists who came out in drafts, together with 
selected N.C.O's. from Cavalry, Artillery, Canadian and other units sent up 
for instruction in Infantry work, were first trained in "the Colonel's Class" 
and on passing out went on to this School until July, 1916, when the Batta- 
lion was specially authorised by Earl Haig to send candidates approved by 
their C.O. direct to Commissions. 

Another branch of their early activities was the staffing of the Machine 
Gun School at Visques, near G.H.O. , which was started by a Hythe 
Instructor (Major Baker-Carr), who had one Hythe Sergeant to assist him. 
They trained as assistants 16 men from the Artists, who in their turn 
trained others of their comrades, until eventually multitudes of little 
groups (each of eight Officers or N.C.O's. temporarily withdrawn from the 
trenches) were daily to be seen dotted all over the parade ground keenly 
studying the intricacies and tactics of the weapon, expounded to them by an 
Artists' Sergeant who had specialised in the subject. A large proportion of 
such Instructors afterwards passed on to Commissions in the M.G. Corps, 
Tanks, R.F.C., and other units where their expert knowledge was invalu- 
able.* 

Reinforced from time to time by strong drafts, the special task of sup- 
plying and training Officers thus undertaken by the Artists kept them at 
G.H.Q. (where as "Headquarters Battalion" they were also entrusted with 
multifarious other and responsible duties) for about 2 years. During this 
period there were of course considerable changes in personnel. The bulk 
of the original N.C.O's. and men had soon obtained Commissions, while 
senior Captains had been promoted to command Battalions in the field, and 
many junior Officers had been attached or transferred to regular Regiments. 
In December, 1915, Col. May was invalided home. On recovering from a 

*Vide p. 313. 



Mir. 

severe illness he was appointed to the important post, which he held till the 
end of the War, of Commandant at Tidworth of the Southern Command 
School of Instruction for Infantry Officers, where over 14,000 Officers 
(including 5,000 Australians) passed through his curriculum. He was 
succeeded in France by his Second-in-command, Lt. Col. Chatfeild-Clarke, 
who carried on until the summer of 1917, when the authorities decided to 
close down Cadet Schools in France and to send all future candidates for 
Commissions back to England for training. Thereupon the remaining 
Officers and men, less 200 cadets whose training was on the point of com- 
pletion, at last had an opportunity of fulfilling the role for which the Artists 
had volunteered in 1914 (the reason they then went to France), of going into 
action together as a fighting unit, and they were allotted to the 190th Brigade 
in the Royal Naval Division (63rd). 

There was nothing very nautical about the 190th, the explanation being 
that there were not enough naval men available at that time to make up 
an entire Division, so the Army was called in to complete it by adding four 
Battalions. 

Appended to this Preface is an abridged account of their adventures in 
the line for which the Editor is indebted to Captains Money and Hewitt 
and to Col. Goldthorp, whose contribution is of especial value as shewing 
the impressions, necessarily unbiassed by preconceived Regimental associa- 
tions, of a "foreign" C.O. when in command of a Battalion of the Artists. 
His very live account of a modern battle will be of absorbing interest, both 
to those who have shared this experience and to those who have not been 
through the mill. 

THE SECOND BATTALION. 

Prior to the departure of the original Battalion overseas, a second 
(Reserve) Battalion, distinguished as "2/28th London," had been raised 
under the command of Col. Horsley, the late Commanding Officer of the 
Artists, who was assisted by Officers transferred from the First Battalion 
(l/28th) or promoted from the ranks. Enrolment started on the 31st 
August, 1914, and within a week 5,000 would-be recruits had applied for 
admission, 'Varsity Blues, rowing men and athletes of every description, 
mostly without any previous military training. Uniforms and arms were for 
a time unobtainable, but soon every one of the 1,000 selected recruits had 
succeeded in purchasing a khaki outfit at ruinous prices, from somewhere, 
and presently the authorities unearthed a large supply of ancient Martini- 
Henry carbines. The sole equipment then provided was a regulation water- 
bottle for each man but with no means of attaching the same to the person 
of the soldier. Mufti overcoats were worn en banderole and rations were 
carried in neat brown paper packets tied on to waist-belts of every hue and 
shape. 



XIV. 

After three or four months recruit training with only 50 modern 
rifles available, interspersed with daily journeys into Kent of strong working 
parties to assist in the construction of "the last ditch," the Battalion was 
properly equipped and armed and moved to Roehampton, thence to camp 
in Richmond Park where they also initiated a valuable machine gun school. 

Like many similar units this Reserve Battalion was eventually drained 
dry in supplying drafts to its 1st Battalion overseas. It also furnished 
Officers for the New Armies and some other Territorial Units. Col. Horsley 
was then appointed to the command of the 104th Provisional Battalion for 
Home Defence, stationed at the Tower of London, and eventually finished 
up his 42 years service in the Artists by proceeding overseas to a Staff 
appointment as Area Commandant at Englebelmer in France 

THE THIRD BATTALION and No. 15 (ARTISTS' RIFLES) O.C.B. 
Meanwhile on the 1st January, 1915, by which date old Artists and 
others were beginning to arrive from the Colonies for training as Officers, 
a third Battalion, "3/28th London" had been started (at first severely 
restricted to two Companies under a Major), in which all subsequent recruits 
had to be enrolled. It was placed under the command of Lt.-Col. William 
Shirley, an old friend of the Corps, recently retired from the Indian Army, 
who had been acting as Second-in-command of 2/28th. He brought very 
special qualifications to the post, having been for some years an Army 
Instructor in India, at Sandhurst, and at Cambridge University, where on 
the outbreak of war he was holding the appointment of Director of Military 
Studies. On occasions this Battalion, which was principally officered in the 
first instance by senior N.C.O's sent home for the purpose from l/28th in 
France, was over 3,000 strong and in 3 years had passed 9,352 recruits 
through its ranks. After a period of recruit training in London, which 
included the construction at Kenwood of a series of entrenchments and dug- 
outs on the most up-to-date Continental models, it also went into camp in 
Richmond Park, whence it was moved in July, 1915, to High Beech in 
Epping Forest, thence to Hare Hall, Romford, and finally to Berkhampstead, 
and on the absorption of the original 2nd Battalion by the 1st it was re- 
numbered 2/28th.* 

In May, 1915, instructions were issued for the formation within this 
Battalion of a separate School of Instruction for newly gazetted Officers of 
other Territorial regiments on similar lines to the School in France and 
during the next few months upwards of 1,500 such Officers passed through 
the School courses and examinations. 

*To avoid confusion in this book, Col. Shirley's Battalion is throughout referred to 
as 3/28th, and Col. Horsley's as 2/28th, notwithstanding the re-numbering. 



XV. 

In November, 1915, the Regiment was officially recognised by Army 
Order* as an Officers' Training Corps, and the Home Battalion became the 
2nd Artists Rifles O.T.C 

In March, 1916, its separate School, then at Gidea Park, was converted 
into four Companies of cadets to which recruits were passed on for training 
as Officers after receiving a preliminary military training in the ranks of the 
other four Companies, the whole being under the command of Colonel 
Shirley and run by Artists' Officers and Sergeant Instructors. In August, 
1916, by which date the organisation of Officer Cadet Battalions throughout 
the United Kingdom had been perfected, the four Cadet Companies were 
separated from Colonel Shirley's Battalion and transformed into "No. 15 
(Artists Rifles), O.C.B." which was placed under the command of Lt.-Col. 
E. St. L. Shaw (1st East Surrey) an invalided Regular Officer, with a Staff of 
Artists and other Officers and Sergeant Instructors. Thenceforth recruits 
enrolled in 3/28th were sent, on completion of their preliminary training, 
indiscriminately to No. 15 or to any other O.C.B. in which there were 
vacancies at the moment, while No. 15 as part of the general scheme of these 
O.C.B. 's received Cadets from other units besides the Artists. 

In 1918 Colonel Shaw was succeeded by Colonel Gascoigne who retained 
command of this O.C.B. until the end of the War. 

In July, 1918, Colonel Shirley was compelled by ill-health to relinquish 
the command of 3/28th, and was succeeded by Lt.-Col. Ostle (an Artists 
Officer who went out in October, 1914, as a junior Captain, rose to be 
Second-in-command of the 2nd Border Regiment, and subsequently com- 
manded two different Battalions in the Field before being sent home to 
Hospital. 



The history of this publication is shortly as follows : 

Early in 1915, the Editor, as an Officer who had served in all three 
Battalions, was deputed by the three Commanding Officers to keep a record 
of Commissions and Honours then being obtained by members of the Regi- 
ment and of casualties suffered, there being in the nature of things no 
provision in Official regimental documents or T.F. Records for following up 
the career of a man after he had been struck off the Artists on obtaining a 
Commission in another unit. Correspondents were appointed in each Bat- 
talion to assist the Editor, and on the first anniversary of the Declaration of 
War the first Edition of the present work, containing 1508 names, was 
published. 

The intention was to re-issue the pamphlet periodically until the end of 
*No. 429 of 1915. 



XVI. 



the War, and on the second anniversary a second Edition brought up to date, 
containing 3434 Commissions, was printed and on the point of distribution 
when the Press Bureau Order was issued, which prohibited any reference to 
places, numbers of Battalions and other details in which the book abounded. 

These copies were accordingly sealed up, but monthly supplemental lists 
were published in the Regimental Journal for a time, the publicity thus 
obtained being a valuable check against error. Presently the Journal itself 
was also suspended for some months, but eventually it was allowed to 
reappear, and the supplemental lists were resumed after being shorn of all 
offending details, and were continued until the Armistice. 

It then became necessary* to dig out from every available source the 
particulars which had not been previously obtainable, such as dates and places 
of deeds and deaths, and this research has occupied an unconscionable time. 
Still it has been done, and the result is a much more complete and reliable 
record than was previously obtainable. 

With regard to the plan of the book, the original scheme was to make it 
a record only of Commissions and Honours, with a list of casualties in all 
ranks, but whilst this final edition was in the press a very strong desire was 
expressed for a complete Roll comprising every one of the 15,000 Artists who 
at one time or another during the W r ar had served in the Regiment in any 
capacity. An additional Section No. IV has therefore been compiled and 
added containing the names of all N.C.O.'s and privates who are not known 
to have taken Commissions. Here, however, the Editor came up against an 
insurmountable difficulty. It soon became evident that this Section riot 
having been, like the rest of the book, entered up from day to day, it would 
now be absolutely impossible to ascertain what had happened to a very large 
number of men who had been discharged or transferred to other Regiments 
since August, 1914. In these circumstances it has not been practicable to 
make Section IV more than an alphabetical list of some 4,800 "other ranks" 
not included in the Roll of Commissions, with the addition of reference letters 
and symbols indicating those who are known to have served overseas with 
the 1st Battalion or in other units, or to have been killed, wounded, etc. 

It is probable that there may be discovered in this Section the names of 
many men who had in fact obtained Commissions, some further casualties, 
and possibly a hidden D.S.O. or other Honour. 

In these circumstances it will be realised, and the Editor desires to 
emphasize the fact, that the absence of any reference letter against a man's 
name in Section IV is no reflection upon him. It simply means that the news 
of his promotion, reward or other event has not reached the Regiment. And 
the list includes the very large number of cadets who were under instruction 
in England on the cessation of hostilities, at least 2,000; also men discharged 
-during the War as medically unfit. 




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The Editor much regrets that he is compelled strictly to limit this Section 
IV to those who enlisted originally in the Artists, as recruits. He recognises 
that this means the exclusion of those members of other units who were 
transferred or attached to the 1st Battalion in France, wore their regimental 
badge, fought and died with them. Probably they are included in their own 
Regimental War Records, but they were all so thoroughly imbued with the 
spirit and traditions of their new unit, that he would willingly have inserted 
in this book every one of the hundreds of additional names had the exigencies 
of space and expense permitted. He has, however, been sufficiently inconsis- 
tent to include their Officers, together with their Military Crosses and other 
Honours if gained whilst serving with the Artists. 

In conclusion, the Editor warmly acknowledges his very great indebted- 
ness to his hosts of correspondents in every theatre of war, to sympathetic 
Record Officers at home and abroad, and to the patient and painstaking 
members of his constantly changing staff, without whose meticulous care 
in the laborious daily task of searching Gazettes and Casualty Lists against 
their ever-growing Card Index, the compilation of this gigantic record would 
have fallen through. To enumerate all those who during a period of nearly 
five years lent a hand in this way, invalids and light duty men at home, 
Officers and men on leave, cadets awaiting Gazette, and other keen helpers 
would fill pages, and it is useless to attempt it. 

In the mass of detail dealt with in this work and the circumstances 
under which it was collected, there are no doubt mistakes and omissions: 
possibly a considerable number. To meet such cases the copy of the book 
which is to be deposited in the War Memorial recently erected at Head- 
quarters will be interleaved and if short particulars of any serious error that 
may be discovered are forwarded to "The Hon. Secretary, Roll of Honour," 
Artists Rifles, Duke's Road, Euston Road, W.C.2, it shall be rectified in such 
Headquarters copy. Arrangements may also be made for periodical publica- 
tion of lists of corrections in the Regimental Journal. 



XVI 11. 



SUMMARY OF WAR HONOURS, 
1914-1919. 

Victoria Cross 

C.B 

C.M.G. ... 
M.VO. ... 
Order of the British Empire 



Distinguished Service Order ... 
Distinguished Service Cross ... 
Military Cross 

Distinguished Flying Cross ... 
Air Force Cross 
Royal Victorian Medal 
Distinguished Conduct Medal 
Military Medal 

Meritorious Service Medal ... 
Foreign Decorations 



Mentioned in Despatches 

Brought to notice of Secretary of State 



822 ; Bars, 63 



K.B.E., i ; C.B.E., 2 
... O.B.E., 43; M.B.E., 37 
52; Ban, 4 
4 ; Bars, I 
2nd Bars, 6 
23 ; Bars, 3 
... 15 

4 
6 

... 15 
14 
90 

... 564 

70 



STRENGTH. 

Numbers on Mobilization ... ... ... ... 621 

Recruits during the War (including past members rejoined) 14,401 



Total of Muster Roll 15,022 
Gazetted to Commissions (so far as ascertained) ... 10,256 

CASUALTIES. 



Nature. 


As 
Officers. 


As Rank 
and File. 


Total. 


Killed in action or died 


1,614 


389 


2,003 


Wounded or gassed 


2,816 


434 3. 2 5 


Missing 


418 


114 


532 


Prisoners of War ... 


256 


3 


286 








6,071 



NOTE. The above figures include only enlisted Artists, not officers or 
men transferred or attached from other Regiments. 



XIX. 

A CALENDAR OF REGIMENTAL NUMBERS. 

showing at a glance the approximate date on which any recruit joined, or old member 
rejoined, by reference to his Regimental Number* 



DATE. 


HIGHEST No. 


DATE. 


HIGHIST No. 


DATE. 


HIGHEST 
No. 




1st Battalion. 




3rd Battalion. 




3rd Bn. 




Old Newf 




Old Newf 








style style 


1916 


style style 


1917 




1908 


ji to) (760001 
1 4 2 5) I7 6o 32 


Jan. i 

J 4 


6400 761300 
6600 ... 400 


Jan. ii 
13 


764517 
... 700 


1909 


787 48 


27 


6000 . . 100 


16 


... 900 


1910 


/ / 

O4O ... | ?7 


/ 

Feb. i 


v\^VS 1 . J*-* * 

7OOO 17O 


Feb. i 


765000 




yt v J / 




J *J\J\S ... J/ 1 -' 






I9II 


1037 6 4 


. 7 


7100 ... 600 


7 


... 2OO 


1912 


1137 ...75 




hj^\f\f\ fj n f\ 


21 


... 300 


1913 


* * o/ / j 
I28l 98 


I 7 

iwr~u T 


73"o ... j 20 


Mch.27 


... 4OO 


A *J M U 

Aug. 3J4 
30 


1345 7 6oixl 
1749 ... 165 


ivicn. i 

.. 7 
Apl. 27 


7600 ... 860 

7700 ... 920 
7800 ... 970 


Apr. 19 
26 
May 7 


... 500 
... 6OO 
... 7OO 


1914 

Aug. 31 


2nd Battalion. 

1907 760188 


May 7 
June 8 
i, J 4 


7850 ... 944 
7900 762000 
8000 ... 100 


,, 25 
June 7 

M 29 


... 9OO 
766000 
... 2OO 


Sep. i 


2OOO ... 2OO 


July i 


8100 ... 150 


July 20 


... 4OO 


I 5 
Oct. 30 

Nov. 24 
Dec. 31 


2500 ... 276 
2800 .. 300 

3000 ... 375 
3063 ... 391 


Aug.24 
Sep. 13 

20 

26 


820O ... 2OO 
8300 ... 3OO 
8400 ... 400 
8500 ... 500 


31 
Aug. 9 

30 
Sep. 25 

^\ ^ c 


... 500 
... 6OO 
... 800 
767000 






Oct 4. 


86OO ... 6OO 


Oct. 26 


... 2OO 


1915 


3rd Battalion. 


VN*l. t 

17 


88OO ... 8OO 


Nov. 16 


... 300 


Jan- 5 
Feb. 2 
Mch.i6 
Apr. 20 


3100 760400 
3300 ... 455 
3500 ... 500 
3700 ... 552 


/ 
25 

30 

Nov. 6 


90OO 763000 

9100 ... 100 

92OO ... 2OO 


Dec. 7 

1918 

Jan. 24 
Feb. 20 


... 40O 

... 6OO 
... 8OO 


May 27 
June 2i 


3900 ... 580 
4100 ... 600 


, JI 

,. 20 


94OO ... 4OO 
9600 ... 6OO 


Apl. 5 
ii 24 


... 9OO 
768OOO 


July 13 
Aug. 20 


4200 ... 612 
4400 ... 643 


,. 27 

Dec. ii 


97OO .. 700 
9800 ... 8OO 


May2g 
Juneis 


... 2OO 
... 4OO 


Sep. 23 


4500 ... 700 


>, 14 


99OO ... 9OO 


28 


5OO 


Oct. 29 


4800 ... 760 


,, i 


10000 764000 


July 10 


*-* 

... 7OO 


Nov. 12 


5000 ... 800 


.1 29 


IO2OO ... 2OO 


> 27 


... 9OO 


29 
Dec. 6 

>, I0 
J 3 


5500 761000 
5800 ... 100 
6000 ... 180 
6100 ... 200 


1917 
Jan. 6 
8 


IO4OO ... 4OO 
10515 764516 


Auf. 7 
Sep. 4 
Oct. 2 

21 


769000 
... 2OO 
... 400 
... 6OO 


28 


6300 ... 290 


End of 


re-numbering, t 


7 ) 

Nov. ii 


769703 



EXAMPLE. No. 760777 joined in 1915, between Oct. 29 and Nov. 12. 

tExpLANATioN. In January, 1917, the 4,516 Cadets then serving (bearing numbers between i 
and 10515) were consecutively re-numbered 760001 to 764516. Subsequent recruits were numbered 
from 764517 onwards. Men transferred, or attached, to the Artists were distinguished by special 
numbering and are not included in the above Table. ED. 



THE "FALL-IN." 

August 4th, 1914. 

(facsimile.) 



No - ! Army Form E. 635. 

Territorial Force. 



EMBODIMENT. 



NOTICE TO JOIN. 



LONDON BATTN 

LONDON REGIMENT Hegt. or Corps. 
~ 7 , {ARTISTS RIFLES) 

Whereas the Army Council, in pursuance of His Majesty's 

28kh, (COUNTY OF LONDON) BATTN 
.Proclamation, have directed that the _ THE LONDON REGIMENT 

(ARTISTS RIFLES 



be embodied on 



of 



You are hereby required to attend at 



not later than <nUJLuj **&Rnb that day. Should you not present 
yourself as ordered you will be liable to be proceeded against. 



(COUHTY Of LOMDO 



/> .^ THE LONDON HEGIMENT 

Date' ***+) *+ -4 qt tf _____ (ARTISTS BIFLBS) 



THE "CEASE FIRE." 

November nth, 1918. 

(facsim'le. 




XX11. 



THE FIRST FIFTY. 



Roll of N.C.O.'s and men of the Overseas Battalion who went into action in 
November, 1914, as Probationary 2nd Lieutenants in the yth Division. 



20th INFANTEY BRIGADE. 
1st Grenadier Guards. 
1076 Cpl. CRISP, F. E. F. 

1634 PtC.*EDLMANN, F. J. 

1464 *HILLAS-DRAKE, R. F. 
1186 ,, MOLLER, A. A. 

2nd Border. 
392 Cpl.*CLosE, M. A. 

1614 PtC. CUTHBERTSON, F. T. 

1551 SAMPSON, H. F. 
1613 *WORNUM, T. H. 

2nd Gordon Highlanders. 

691 Cpl. CHATER, A. D. 
1437 Pte. HORSLEY, O. 
1436 HORSLEY. S. M. 

997L/Cpl.MuLOCK, E. R. 

21st INFANTRY BRIGADE. 

2nd Yorkshire. 
2220 Pte. CROSSE, M. E. B. 
1167 ,, CUTTLE, G. 
2255 ,, HOLLIS, H. L. 
1794 ,, PICKUP, A. J. 

2nd Bedfordshire. 

1260 Pte. BREWER, C. H. 

1929 DABELL, N. V. 

I033L/Cpl. DE BURIATTE, H. 

1030 Pte. WILLANS, H. 
2nd Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

1760 PtC.*RAYMOND-BARKER, C.L. 

1755 STEWART, J. 
1578 ,, WALLACE, J. R. 
1573 *WHITE, L. S. 



2nd Wiltshire. 
1823 Pte. GARDEN, R. H. 
1138 KITCAT, A. J. 
*536 ,, SHEPHERD, W. S. 
J 7 2 5 STRAWSON, F. M. 

22nd INFANTRY BRIGADE. 

2nd Royal Warwickshire, 
noi Pte. HERBAGE, P. F. W. 
1285 ,, MONK, G. B. 

539 PEACE, G. V. 

787 Sgt. STANDRING, B. A 

2nd Royal West Surrey. 
693 Sgt. AUSTIN, C. F. 
1372 Pte. HUMPHREYS, D. F- 
1390 Cpl. MESSOM, H. 
1371 Pte. ROUGHT, C. G. 

1st Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 

954 Cpl. JONES, L. 

6o8L/Cpl.PARKES, H. F. 
1429 Pte. REES, J. T. 
1934 ,, WINTERS, J. W. 

1st South Staffordshire. 
706 Cpl.* FROST, K. 
1744 MACKINTOSH, H. L. 
io87L/Cpl.SiLCocK, A. 
1399 Pte.* WEST, F. 

ROYAL ENGINEERS. 

1150 *HUNTER, J. W. 

1491 *HUTT, H. V. 



[This Roll does not entirely agree with the Army List, as some of the above Officers were 
killed, and others (marked *) had been transferred to other Battalions before a belated Gazette 
recognised the appointment of the remainder to Commissions as above. ED.] 



WITH THE ROYAL NAVAL DIVISION. 

A SHORT HISTORY OF 1/ARTISTS IN THE LINE. 
FROM JULY 1917, TO THE ARMISTICE. 



Oppy Wood. 

Passchendaele. 

On the Somme (Marcoing). 

Withdrawal to Metz and Beaulencourt. 

Advance to Couillet Wood Sector. 

Retirement from Havrincourt Wood to Forceville. 

To Aveluy Wood Sector. 

Attack on Hindenburg Line. 

Rest at Bailleulval. 

Capture of Hindenburg Line. 

Fall of Cambrai. 

First British troops in at Blaugies and Sars-la-Bruyere. 

Pursuit to Harvengt and Harmignies. 

Mons. 

63rd (ROYAL NAVAL) DIVISION. 
188th Inf. Bde. 189th Inf. Bde. 190th Inf. Bde. 



1/R.M.L.I. " Drake " Bn. I/Artists. 

2/R.M.L.I. "Hawke"Bn. 4/Bedford. 

" Anson " Bn. " Hood " Bn. 7/R. Fusiliers. 

" Howe " Bn. " Nelson " Bn. 4/Shropshire L.I. 



From July to Sept. 1917, the Division was in the front line ("R3" and 
<( R4" Sectors, Oppy and Gavrelle) and with the exception of a few casual- 
ties, nothing of special note occurred during this period so far as the 
Artists' were concerned. After a normal tour, the Division was relieved 
by the 47th (formerly 2/London) Division, the Artists themselves being 
replaced by the 22/London, commanded by Lt. Col. C. F. H. Greenwood, 
an Artists' Officer, and moved to La Comte. 

On coming out of the line inexorable Anno Domini deprived us of our 
Commanding Officer, Col. Chatfeild-Clarke, while our esprit de corps was 
momentarily ruffled by the appearance of a reinforcing draft composed 
not of Artists, but of 119 men from another unit. 

It was recognised however that pooling, not only of reinforcements 
but of C.O's. was now inevitable: that as no other Battalion overseas was 
being exclusively fed from its own Regiment, the Artists could not expect 
different treatment. 

During the ensuing twelve months they had five new Commanding 
Officers, all drawn from other Regiments. 



XXIV. 

OCTOBER, 1917. 

In October, the Division was ordered to the Ypres front: we journeyed 
to Houtkerque, thence to Reigersburgh and on the 28th left camp for our 
first big fight, the CO. Major Edlmann, bringing news, that owing to the 
impossible state of the ground the Divisional front had not been advanced 
so far as had been expected, so that what was to have been our jumping 
off line would now be our objective. During the next thirty hours we 
suffered a good many casualties from long range artillery fire, D Co. 
losing their C.S.M., C. W. W. King. 

The story of the battle for the Passchendaele Ridge, so far as the 
Artists are concerned, is soon told. Other Divisions before us had been 
taking their share in the slow process of gaining ground in this water- 
logged area, at tremendous cost. The 188th was the first Brigade of the 
63rd Division to attack; and advancing under a terrific artillery and 
machine-gun barrage they, too, made some headway, but suffered severely. 
Early on the 30th our Brigade attacked, also under a very heavy barrage: 
the British artillery averaged one gun to every 9 yards of front. To reach 
our objective we had to cross the Paddebeeke, on the map an insignificant 
streamlet, but in fact by this time a wide and almost impassable swamp. 

{B Co. (Capt. Bare). A Co. (Capt. Mieville). 
C Co. (Capt. Chetwood) Svpport. 
D Co. (Capt. Royds) Reserve. 

The instant our attack started, the forward troops came under intense 
machine-gun fire from an almost invisible enemy who had taken refuge 
in their "pill boxes" during our bombardment, and were now posted in 
carefully chosen tactical positions. Simultaneously our supporting troops 
suffered heavy casualties from enemy artillery, while the ground to be 
traversed was a deep sea of mud, which drowned wounded men and clogged 
rifles and Lewis guns in the first few minutes, rendering them entirely 
useless. Consequently it was not long before the attack was brought to 
a complete standstill, and the very attenuated Battalions proceeded to 
consolidate as best they could on our side of the Paddebeeke.* On our 

*In his book, "From Bapaume to Passchendaele," Sir Phillip Gibbs thus 
depicts the situation. Ed. 

"It is idle for me to try to describe this ground over which the London men and 
the Artists had to attack. Nothing that I can write will convey remotely the look of 
such ground and the horror of it. Unless one has seen vast fields of barren earth, 
blasted for miles by shell-fire, pitted by deep craters so close that they are like holes 
in a sieve, and so deep that the tallest men can drown in them when they are filled 
with water, as they are now filled, imagination cannot conceive the picture of this 
slough of despond. The London men had to wade and haul out one leg after the 
other from deep sucking bog as though in glue, and sank above their waists. A 
rescue party led by a Sergeant-Major could not haul out men, breast-high in the 
bog, until they had surrounded them with duck-boards and fastened ropes to them. 
Our barrage went ahead, the enemy's barrage came down, and from the German block- 
houses came a chattering fire of machine guns, and in the great stretch of swamp they 
struggled. 

And not far away from them, but invisible in their own trouble among the pits, 
the Artists' Rifles, Bedfords, and Shropshires were trying to get forward to other 
blockhouses on the way to the rising ground beyond the Paddebeeke. The Artists and 



XXV. 

right the Canadians continued to advance: being on higher and drier 
ground they were able to get on, so that presently there was a dangerous 
gap between their left and our right. This was closed by sending up the 
Shropshires from our Brigade reserve. 

On this day the Artists went into action about 500 strong and suffered 
350 casualties, amongst those killed being Captains Bare, Chetwood and 
Gordon Williams, Lieuts. Haslam and Howe, and our splendid Padre, 
Capt. Harry Dickinson. The toll of deaths would have been still higher 
but for the untiring efforts of our M.O., Capt. Matthew, who for 72 hours 
hardly rested from the work of collecting and dressing the wounded.* 

The task set the Division appeared to be an impossible one, and no 
doubt would not have been attempted but for the urgent necessity of those 
tremendous attacks in this sector, which drew away all the enemy's 
reserves from other points where it was of the utmost importance to 
prevent his attacking in force. It was not a case of lives being fruitlessly 
thrown away, but of sacrifices which enabled the whole Allied line to 
remain intact at a time when the Russian debacle was straining to the 
utmost our resources on the Western Front. 

The next day the remains of the Battalion moved out of the line to 
refit, and while at Eringhem received a special message of sympathy in 
respect of their losses, and congratulations on the part they had played 
in the battle, brought direct to them from Earl Haig. They learned also 
from the Canadians (who were loud in their praises of the way in which 
our men had pressed forward) that several Artists had succeeded in 
actually crossing the Paddebeeke before being killed. 

DECEMBER, 1917. 

After a period of rest and reorganisation (during which Lt.-Col. John 
Harington, 3/Rifle Brigade, took over the command, Major Edlmann was 
appointed O.C. 63rd Divisional Wing, and substantial reinforcements 
arrived, including 6 Officers and a draft from 3/28th), the Battalion was 
on its way back to the Passchendaele sector, when the successful British 
offensive before Cambrai was checked and the Boche began to press back 
the wedge that had been driven into his line there. Thereupon the 63rd 

their comrades were more severely tried by shell-fire than the Londons. No doubt 
the enemy had been standing at his guns through the night ready to fire at the first 
streak of dawn, which might bring an English attack. A light went up and instantly 
there roared a great sweep of fire from heavy batteries and field guns ; 4.2's and 5.9's 
fell densely and in depth and this bombardment did not slacken for hours. It was a 
tragic time for our men, struggling in the slime with their feet dragged down. They 
suffered but did not retreat : no man turned back but either fell under the shell-fire 
or went on." 

And in a subsequent letter he wrote : 

"The London Regiment and the Royal Fusiliers fought this battle, and not far 
from them were the Artists' Rifles the dear old 'Artists,' who, in the old volunteer 
days, looked so dandy in their grey and silver across the lawns of Wimbledon. They 
suffered yesterday in hellish fire, and made heavv sacrifices to prove their quality. It 
was a fight against the elements, in league with the German explosives, and it was a 
frightful combination for the boys of London and the clean-shaven fellows of the 
Naval Brigade. 

* Awarded M.C. See p. 104. Ed. 



XXVI. 

Division was sent to the Somme district, and at the end of December 
moved into the front line in the Marcoing salient (Couillet Wood sector). 
On the 30th the enemy launched a terrific attack and succeeded in 
penetrating the front line to the east of the Welsh Ridge salient. The 
Artists who were in support at this point were detailed for a counter-attack 
which had to be made without artillery support. It was pressed for all 
we were worth but resulted in very heavy casualties without the achieve- 
ment of our object. However, we heard subsequently that our efforts were 
not in vain as the enemy, deceived as to the strength of our available 
reserves by the promptitude and determination with which the counter- 
attack was delivered, refrained from exploiting their initial success. Had 
they done so, it is conceivable that their object in driving us from the 
W T elsh Ridge might have been attained. 

!A Co. (Capt. Pike) B Co. (Lieut. Skinner). 
D Co. (Capt. Burnett) Support. 
C Co. (Capt. Lepingwell) Reserve. 

A very gruelling night followed, consolidation work having to be 
carried out in ground which was frozen hard. Sufficient praise cannot be. 
given to the .Medical Staff under Capt. Mathew, M.C., who were again 
working all day at high pressure and at night did much to assist in the re- 
covery of the wounded men who were lying out in front of our line. 
Excellent work was accomplished by D Co. under Capt. Barnett in form- 
ing a defensive left flank, by Capt. Mieville in reconnaissance, and by Lt. 
Holland, these officers gaining on that occasion very hard-earned M.C's.* 
Lt. Margetson also earned recognition for good work in the maintenance 
of signal communicationf and R.S.M. Emslie did much to keep things 
going by the organisation of carrying parties to get hot food up during the 
night. One Corporal did yeoman service to his Company by going back 
under heavy fire, crossing a gas-filled valley and bringing up the Company 
water supply which had had to be abandoned in the rush of the morning. 

Our casualties were nine Officers and 110 other ranks. Lieuts. 
Salisbury, English, Shinner and Lightfoot, with our M.G. Officer (Groom) 
and Intelligence Officer (Godfrey) were killed, while Pike, Lepingwell and 
Holland were wounded, and from this date the Battalion ceased to be 
exclusively officered by Artists. But although Officers and men came to 
us from many other Regiments the spirit and traditions of the Corps were 
maintained to the end: one of the most striking features in connection 
with the arrival of reinforcements from other units was the rapidity with 
which our new comrades assimilated Artists' ideas and methods of getting 
things done. 

JANUARY MARCH, 1918. 

During January and February, 1918, we put in further tours of duty 
in the front line (during one of which both the Boche and ourselves lived 
on top behind our respective parados, the trenches having become nothing 
but ditches of liquid mud several feet deep), while Col. Harrington left 
us to command the 2/Rifle Brigade (eventually becoming a Brigadier- 
General), and Major Lathom who had been temporarily in command of 
the Fusiliers was appointed acting C.O. of the Artists. 

Vide pp. 57. 106 and 91. fVide p. 103. Ed. 



XXV11. 

The Brigade was then withdrawn to Divisional Reserve at Beaulen- 
tourt where we were joined by Major F. S. B. Johnson, I/Royal Lancaster, 
as our own new CO. and our strength was brought up to 28 Officers and 
766 other ranks by the addition of a complete half Battalion of the 2nd 
Bn. London Rifle Brigade which had been broken up on the formation 
of 3-Battalion Brigades. 

In March we returned to the Couillet Wood sector, and on the 21st 
had our first experience of the anxious times experienced by the Allies 
during the Spring of 1918. Shortly after day-break, while in camp in 
Havrincourt Wood, we were aroused by a violent bombardment. A dense 
gas and smoke cloud passed through the Wood as we moved to our battle 
positions. On the way up Lt. Lintott, L.R.B. (formerly an Artist Sergeant), 
was killed. The next night we were ordered back to Havrincourt Wood as 
the enemy had gained a considerable amount of ground on our right (the 
Fifth Army Front). During the withdrawal, Lt. J. I. Royds was killed in 
Trescault. We started to dig in, but the next morning were retired to a 
defence line east of Ytres. There we again made ready to fight a rear-guard 
action, but we were again disappointed as we were directed to withdraw on 
a line Ytres Bus-le-Transloy. That night the whole Brigade withdrew 
into Ytres, and as communication with both Brigade and Divisional H.Q. 
was lost, a meeting of all the C.O.'s in the Brigade was called, and it was 
arranged that the Brigade should form a defensive flank extending East- 
West, to conform with the withdrawal of the 2nd Division on our left. The 
Brigade was then taken over by Lt.-Col. Collings Wells of the 4th Bedford?, 
who for his good work during the withdrawal was awarded the V.C.* 

We moved to our new position about midnight, the route taken leading 
us past the vast ammuniton and petrol dump which was being destroyed. 
Here a shell splinter from the dump wounded Major Lathom, who was 
carried back to Beaulencourt. C Co., under Lt. Eric Willis, was also 
unfortunate in running into a Boche M.G. post and suffering severe 
casualties. Good work was done by Sergt. A. Coviello, who succeeded in 
penetrating the enemy lines in rear of us and establishing communication. t 
Next morning the retirement continued through Barastre with heavy 
casualties (amongst whom was Lt. Dow, our American M.O.) to Beaulen- 
court, where we found Brigade H.Q. Then back through Gueudecourt, 
Flers, Bazentin-le-Grand, Bazentin-le-Petit to Courcelette, and the next 
day's trek took us through Pozieres to Thiepval. On the slopes in that 
neighbourhood we had an opportunity of checking the Boche, great work 
being done by a Lewis Gun team, for whom the Brigade Major was 
spotting. During the night orders came to cross at Authuille to the west 
bank of the river before daybreak, when the R.E.'s were to destroy the 
bridges. On reaching the other side we found the 12th Division waiting to 
take over from us. To celebrate the conclusion of our long innings, Bn. 
H.Q. indulged in a game of stump cricket which was rather spoilt by the 
arrival of a Hun H.V. shell. It ruined the pitch and scattered the field, 
but fortunately no one retired hurt. We then marched through Martinsart 
to Englebelmer, and the same evening moved to Millencourt for an attack 
on another Divisional front on the outskirts of Albert. This attempt to 

And Col. Johnson (Artists) the D.S.O. Vide p. xlii. fAwarded D.C.M. Ed 



XXV111. 

dislodge the Boche proved fruitless and resulted in somewhat serious 
casualties, chief among which was the loss of Lt. Eric Willis. 

The Battalion was then withdrawn (via Senlis and Mailly Maillet) to 
Forceville for a complete rest over Easter. Our total casualties during the 
retirement amounted to 17 officers and 300 other ranks. 

APRIL AUGUST, 1918. 

During April and May we performed tours of duty in the new line 
established after the retreat north of Mesnil and in Aveluy Wood sector. 
We lost Capt. Neighbour (who had rejoined us in March) through 
sickness and Col. Johnson was wounded in Aveluy Wood. There- 
upon Capt. Wilkinson (L.R.B.) assumed command. In June the Battalion 
went into Corps reserve at Toutencourt Wood and was attached to the 
"flying" Corps, kept for operations on any front, and throughout July we 
were engaged in line holding alternately between Acheux Wood south of 
Auchonvillers and the line north of Mesnil. 

In August, on the eve of the Australian offensive before Amiens, we 
went to Beaucourt-sur-1'Hallue. After their attack had been successfully 
launched the Division marched north again via Famechon to Souastre, 
whence we moved out via Fonquevillers to take our part in the commence- 
ment of that vast movement which resulted in the eventual overthrow of the 
enemy. The Division attacked on the 21st in heavy mist supported by a 
very intense artillery barrage and at the end of the day the Artists found 
themselves in the front line, having passed unconsciously through the 
Battalion we were supporting who had lost direction to a certain extent 
and moved too far to the right. 

The next morning the C.O. and Adjt. (Capt. Barnett) were wounded 
and we sustained our most deeply regretted casualty in the death of R.S.M. 
Peter Emslie, who was ever a magnificent stand-by in the line, where his 
courageous efficiency rendered him at all times invaluable. The Battalion 
was brought out by Lieuts. Bayne and Besch. 

On the 24th at Achiet-le-Petit we went over in close support of the 
188th Brigade in a heavy ground mist intermingled with gas and smoke. 
Objectives were carried and the attack turned south-east towards Warlen- 
court and Ligny-Thilloy where stout opposition was encountered and the 
attack delivered on the following morning in conjunction with the Canadians 
failed. The Division was then withdrawn via Irles, Miraumont, Achiet-le- 
Petit, Bucquoy, Ayette to Boiry St. Rictrude. 

The next day we moved into trenches at Boiry-Becquerelle, and on the 
26th we followed up the attack as Division in reserve, the attacking waves 
passing through Fontaine and Hendecourt to Caignicourt, and so on to the 
Hindenburg line between Inchy and Moeuvres. 

SEPTEMBER, 1918. 

Early in September the Division was withdrawn by stages to Bailleulval 
on the Arras-Doullens road, where we remained for a period of rest and 
"fattening." On leaving we received an address from the Mayor thanking 
us on behalf of the population for our considerate treatment of them and 
their belongings. 

We then marched back again to the Croisilles area, the Artists finding 
a home in tents and shelters on the high ground south-east of St. Leger 



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near L'Homme Mort Wood. Here we were joined by our new CO., Lt. Col. 
Goldthorp (4/West Riding), who shall now continue the narrative. 

I think that my story, such as it is, had better take the form of a sort 
of letter. It was late on the night of 18/19th September, 1918, when I 
reached the 63rd R.N.D. Wing, then at Boisleux-au-Mont, where I was 
welcomed by Major Edlmann, the O.C. Wing, and Capt. Baillie-Hamilton, 
the Adjutant, who informed me that I was either for the Artists or the 
Bedfords, who were both without C.O.'s. 

The following morning I was taken forward to Divisional H.Q. in 
dug-outs between St. Leger and Ecoust, and I was officially told that I was 
to take over the command of the Artists. After reporting to the Brigadier, 
General Lesslie, who proceeded to tell me all he knew about the Artists as a 
Regiment and about the officers individually, I set out on my lonely journey 
across a little valley to their H.Q. to "take over." I can imagine their 
Officers watching me come along, and wondering what sort of a "blighter" 
they were getting this time. Well, my feelings were much the same, but I 
had learned from the Brigadier some of their good points, and they did not 
know even my bad ones then, so I started "one up" on them anyhow. 

I took over from Acting-Captain Hermelin, who was then in command; 
Besch was the Intelligence Officer; Morris, Signalling Officer; Nelson, 
the "Doc."; Hewitt, Acting Adjutant; Light, Quarter-Master; Prentice, 
Transport Officer; Robinson, Padre; and Wyler our Interpreter. 

Very early a batch of officer-reinforcements arrived, and it became 
obvious we were in for a show the nature of which we could only guess, 
but for my part I should like to say that from the very first I had every help 
from Officers, N.C.O.'s and men, and my work was made easy by the spirit 
they all showed of welcoming me as one of themselves from the start. I 
shall never forget those first few days and the solid foundation of trust 
and comradeship they laid for what was before us. 

On the 26th September we left our Camp for the old trenches just 
outside Queant, where we were to assemble prior to a march on to our 
"tape" between Moeuvre and Inchy, and we knew when we left (having 
received all the barrage tables, etc.) that we were in for one of the biggest 
battles fought by the British Armies during the whole of the War, as the 
Division had to cross the Canal du Nord and take the Hindenburg Line in 
conjunction with the Canadians on our left, and the Guards on our right. 
This was only to be the first phase, and as far as the Naval Division was 
concerned, the 190th Brigade was the first to kick off. Afterwards, the 
other Brigades were to go through us and capture Anneux and get on as far 
as they could. 

I was rather pleased to find that it fell to the Artists to do the lion's 
share of the work of our Brigade, i.e., we had to capture the Hindenburg 
Line after the Fusiliers and the Bedfords had crossed the Canal, a very 
delicate and involved movement which required a great deal of preparation 
and explanation. 

We arrived at our Assembly Point without trouble and at midnight 
started off a pitch black night, in a deluge of rain. We made very slow 
progress; it was a difficult job keeping in touch and following the line, 
which was marked out by whitewashed posts, most of which had either 
been knocked down by the Artillery, or obliterated by the rain. Without 
Hewitt and Goacher we should have found it very difficult indeed, and 



might easily have had the same misfortune as was experienced by another 
Battalion who missed the track somewhere outside Pronville and got too 
much to the left. But these two officers did splendidly and we eventually 
arrived at a trench which marked our then front line. I halted the Battalion 
and they laid down and soon went to sleep. We waited about, hoping 
against hope that the other troops would arrive, but finally gave up all 
expectation of seeing them and got the Battalion out into shell holes slightly 
in advance of our previous position. 

Seeing that the situation was exceedingly vague, I decided to put every 
available man on the line, and issued orders to the Company Commanders 
telling them that unless the missing Battalion turned up, we should have to 
tackle their job as well as our own on our immediate front, and that in the 
advance up the Hindenburg Line we would take half their objective, and 
the Canadians would look after the other half. 

About 4.30 a.m. everything was ready as far as we could foresee, and 
there was nothing further to be done then but wait, and what a long time 
the last half hour before zero seems! However the time arrived at last and 
so did the Boche attempt at retaliation. It seemed to come down on our 
trench for some reason or other, and soon the doctors were very busy, and 
after what seemed an age Morris arrived back to say that all was going 
well, that the Battalion was in the Canal taking a lot of prisoners, that our 
barrage was as near perfection as anything he had ever dreamed of, and 
that the Boche barrage was falling well behind our men all of which was 
good news. With my H.Q. and runners I started off at once. 

What a change from the night before! It was a lovely morning, and 
once out in the open, going towards the Canal, it was a wonderful sight to 
see our barrage and the men following it up. I cannot describe the feeling 
I had watching the Artists in action to me the first time. From behind 
it looked as near drill-perfect as you could wish for. We were not long in 
getting across the Canal, where we saw one of our tanks stuck, and met 
many wounded coming back, amongst them being Fergus Young, who was 
supported by a Boche prisoner about twice his size. He was very worried 
about his Company, though as it turned out he had no need to be they 
were carrying on all right, away on in front. As we got nearer the front 
line things seemed to get very busy. There were crowds of prisoners 
coming down batches of 200 at a time in charge of one or two men all 
their officers wanting to go down into dug-outs to collect their belongings, 
but I do not suppose they found many, because the ground was literally on 
fire, and after walking a short distance between the Hindenburg Line one's 
feet were quite hot from the heat of the earth. Soon messages began to 
come back that the first objective had been taken then the barrage moved 
on again, so did our men, and our messages came fast "Cannot get on for 
machine gun fire;" "No sign of the Bedfords on the right flank," and with 
like messages from the left. 

It then appeared that things were sticking a bit, so we pushed on up to 
see what really was happening, and found things pretty well mixed up our 
men short of bombs, having used everything they had and everyone doing 
his level best. We discovered that both our flanks were well in the air, and 
getting forward was out of the question until matters righted themselves on 
the flanks. By this time we had lost the barrage for our second objective, 
and it had become a question of holding on to what we had until the 



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position cleared up. Being shot at from three sides is never a very 
pleasant experience but the men stuck it out wonderfully. I saw that we 
should need every single available man to hold on, so I went down the 
line a bit to collect any oddments I could find. It is surprising the number 
one comes across in a big show like this. There were Bedfords and 
Fusiliers who were beginning to come along in large batches. They were 
all gathered into parties and sent up straight away. The Fusiliers had 
had a pretty rough time trekking about all night, and had just arrived in 
time to go over with the Canadians, where they were soon doing their 
share "good and hard" as the Brigadier, who had spent his time cheering 
up the men, would say. I found the Signallers fixing up communications 
to the Companies and we got news of the poor Bedfords too who had had 
a very rough crossing, but had come through all right. We knew then 
that our right flank was in touch though it was thrown back very con- 
siderably, and we seemed to catch the whole attention of the Boche. 

Presently orders came through that the attack preceded by heavy 
barrage on one or two selected places a sugar factory on the Bapaume- 
Cambrai Road being one would be resumed at 2.15. 

Everything up the line was as good as we could hope for, and the 
188th Brigade was getting ready to carry on. They were to go through 
us, and on to Anneux and as much further as they could get. We then 
returned to Brigade H.Q. where we found Prentice and his transport 
all safe and sound, and rather surprised to be so near the battle. Thoughts 
of hot food for the men seemed to be within the range of possibility pro- 
vided the resumed attack went off all right. I saw the Brigadier again, 
told him that we were all ready for our original third objective, but he 
said we need not move at all, as the 188th were going through us, where 
we were, to their objective. The rest had been cut out and was being dealt 
with by the Artillery alone, so I went back post-haste, but was not in time 
to stop many men getting on, especially those at the front, who had 
numerous scores to pay off by this time. 

The 2.15 show was a complete success, so much so, that the 188th were 
able to move right up to Anneux without any trouble: then they bumped 
into plenty, I believe, but that is outside the story of the Artists. Shortly 
afterwards the Divisional General came round our line, thanking the men 
for the splendid victory, and still more for the magnificent resistance they 
had made when checked. I had been told beforehand that if we got the 
crest of the hill which was our first objective and stuck to it, we should 
have won the day whatever happened. As it was we got beyond and held 
on, against Machine-Gun fire, Trench Mortars, and Bombing, for hours, 
until the whole situation cleared all along the line; a hard enough test for 
any troops and an achievement in itself that would have made any Batta- 
lion's reputation. 

Late in the evening we got orders to spend the night on our battle 
positions. Besch and I took a look round the places where we had been 
held up earlier in the day and in every case there was no lack of evidence 
of the supreme courage of our men. Before settling down we buried all 
our dead: there seemed to us to be a lot, but in comparison to the total 
casualties of the day, and in relation to the value of the work accomplished, 
there were really few. So ended one of the greatest days in this War 
and my first experience of the Artists in action. I, for one, shall never 



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forget the 27th September, 1918, and I can only pray to be forgiven if I 
in any way failed them during that day, or subsequently: they never failed 
me once.* 

There were one or two incidents in the battle which are, perhaps, 
worth noting. One was the wonderful view we got from our first 
objective how we could see right across the Bapaume-Cambrai Road the 
Germans directing their fire, both field and machine-guns, and watching 
the battle. From one of the forward posts we actually saw the officer- 
in-charge and one of the guns knocked out, and we could see the Guards 
trying to get forward and being held up, as we were. 

As a matter of interest in training, I found in a large square hole 
{which had probably been intended for a concrete shelter) Capt. Hall with 
several men, including a Lewis Gun team. It was a very warm corner, 
and there he was directing the fire of his men and the Lewis Gun team 
as if he was carrying out a Range Practice in the most approved Hythe 
manner. It is a point which is so apt to be forgotten in training, that if 
your instruction has been good, you will unconsciously do the right thing 
in a tight corner. The mere fact of real good fire-orders at such a time 
had a most wonderfully steadying effect. 

What struck me largely about the Boche prisoners was that they did 
not seem to'be a bit sorry to be captured, that they worked well and hard 
in helping the wounded, and that a large number of them spoke English 
very well. Our attack along the Hindenburg Line in a southerly direction 
must have been an entire surprise to the enemy, as we found their machine- 
guns were mounted facing west, and that when our attack down the line 
developed from the north they had had to dismantle all their guns. 

I think that a large portion of our success should be attributed to the 
Artillery; the barrage was marvellous, especially the swing to enable us 
to change our direction. This took 79 minutes, and it was not particularly 
pleasant for us to wait the time, but it obviously fooled the Boche. 

Another thing which came to our help that day (which has rarely 
happened in connection with the English) was that the wind and the 
weather were perfect for us, and as for our smoke barrages, the smoke 
went just where it should have gone. But by far and away the greatest 
satisfaction to me was to know that whatever happened afterwards, I could 
depend absolutely upon the Battalion in every conceivable circumstance. 
To take a new Battalion into an action of that size, without ever having 
been in the line at all with them before, is a very anxious job. 

{C Co. (Capt. Young) A Co. (Capt. Goacher). 
D Co. (Lieut. Elliott) B Co. (Lieut. Ashford). 
Hd.-Qrs. Co. (Lieut. Morris. 

Th$ Artists were detailed to follow the front-line troops and then string with the 
Artillery on to the Hindenburg Line. 

Next morning (28th) we were on the move again and reached the sugar 
factory on the Bapaume-Cambrai Road. There we waited until the after- 
noon had a sleep and were off again via Graincourt to Cantaing. This 

*Col. Goldthorpi omits to mention that he was awarded the D.S.O. for 
this day's work. (Vide p. 47). Ed. 



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was well behind the Boche lines, and we were going towards the Canal 
de 1'Escaut, which was obviously the next obstacle that was before usi 
We halted rather to the north-west of the village and dug in. We were 
not troubled very much during the night. We could quite easily see the 
towers of the town of Cambrai, and watched some large fires which the 
Germans had started there. 

Early in the morning (29th) I went round the lines if you could call 
them such. It was most encouraging to find the men so cheerful after what 
they had been through, a testament of their excellent training, and of the 
wonderful esprit de corps which I always found with the Artists, and it 
was no joke camping out in a beastly little hole all night long. It was 
very cold indeed and there were no nice Army blankets to help matters. 
Still, they were Artists and they were winning so what did it matter? 

We were not wanted that morning and made the most of it, whilst 
the other Brigades had the pleasure of forcing a crossing over the Canal. 
It was Naval Division against Naval Division that day, so our fellows were 
all out for it, somewhat enlivened by the success on the 27th. From where 
we were it did not sound a big show when it started, but one could see we 
were not getting things without paying the price. Many good fellows were 
coming back, some badly wounded to a Dressing Station near our Head- 
quarters and lots of prisoners. 

Later in the day we moved up to the east of Cantaing and had just 
got nicely settled down hoping to get a decent night's rest when we got 
orders to cross the Canal de 1'Escaut and form up on a road running south 
from Cambrai near a farm called La Marliere. So off we went cursing 
the old Boche and the War in general through some gun positions round 
to a place where a pontoon bridge had been thrown across the Canal. It 
was a very noisy journey as far as the Canal, and then the fun began. As 
usual it started to rain real rain and it was as black as ink as we plodded 
along. After a good deal of trekking about we found our road well to the 
right of the place where we should have hit it so far so good. We had 
to put up with a ditch where there were far more machine-gun bullets flying 
about than was exactly pleasant and had just settled down to sleep when 
I was sent for by Brigade, and learned there was a 'show' hatching. We 
were to attack at 5.30 in the morning, and were given three objectives. 
Our attack was roughly due east, and the final objective was a place called 
Niergnies. The difficulty in the show was the barrage arrangements. No 
guns up to then had been brought across the Canal, and Niergnies was 
5,000 yards away from the nearest gun, also they were in low country, 
and angles for shooting all wrong. Anyway we were to go on and 
push the Boche back, and the second Corps on our right was to co-operate 
with us. 

About 1.30 a.m. (Sept. 30th) all was settled so far as we could arrange 
it, and the horrible time of waiting started, we trying to sleep. Zero 
arrived, our men started off and I sent Hewitt and a few runners on to 
select a new H.Q. just to the rear of our first objective. Presently one 
of them came back with the information that the party had arrived all 
right, having gone through very heavy machine gun fire. He also stated 
that there was no sign of the Battalion, that it was a very bad place and 
that one of Hewitt's men had been hit. We did not like this news, so we 
went to find out what had happened. It soon became only too evident 
that the attack was held up, and we had not even been able to reach our 



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first objective. I made my way up to the Battalion who were digging-in 
under very heavy machine gun fire, about 300 yards east of the road and 
found they could not get any further forward; they were in some sort 
of line in the open and in a trench, but in a poor position, under 
machine-gun fire all the time and it was a case of sitting tight again. 
Meanwhile, our right flank was thrown back a bit, and the Second Corps 
Troops who ought to have gone over with us came up but were quite 
unable to push forward. 

An anxious morning passed somehow, and then we got orders to resume 
the attack in other words, to try again. We tried but only to fail. This 
meant a lot of reorganising for the Company Commanders, and a tre- 
mendous extra strain on the men, but they stuck it and we had to stay 
where we were. 

A long night came to an end and presently to my relief Hewitt turned 
up. Afterwards we got his story out of him. The poor fellow who had 
been hit had died, and they had to bury him as best they could. If they 
showed their heads above the top they were at once shot at. Hewitt had 
sent no further messages back as it was too risky, and he decided to wait 
until dark and then get back as best he could. He did so, and luck was 
with him they found their way eventually to our present place. They 
had had a dreadful time, and a really terrible experience, but like all good 
soldiers, they hated to talk about it, so we left it at that. 

OCTOBER, 1918. 

In the evening (Oct. 1st) the Division was relieved and we went back 
again to the west of Cantaing into trenches with improvised shelters. The 
next day or two we spent in reorganising, quite a difficult job as we were 
very weak, and cleaning up. 

We now felt fairly certain that we were going out for a rest, as we 
had had a pretty stiff time since the 26th and had lost a lot of very fine 
fellows, mostly wounded, thank goodness. We needed a rest, and felt 
somehow that we had earned it, but on October 6th a message came before 
breakfast that we were to have another go for Niergnies, this time jumping 
off from Rumilly. It was to be an "in-and-out show," just a day's hard 
fighting and then out again, and if we were successful it would ensure the 
fall of Cambrai. 

Our reconnaissances and plans having been made we moved (7th) to 
Noyelles, and so to a field where we tried to sleep a bit, to the accompani- 
ment of a neighbouring 6-inch naval gun, and crossed the canal after dark 
and slowly made our way to our assembling place. 

Soon the show started and we found that a sunken road, where our 
H.Q. dug-out was, came in for considerable attention from the Boche. 
Quite a lot of people were wounded just outside, my signalling officer 
(Bayne) amongst them.f Then the two Intelligence Officers my own 
(Besch) and the Bedfords went to find us a new H.Q. The latter was hit 
before he got across the road, Besch escaped and got on all right. Soon 
all the rest of us followed. The shelling did not seem to be so bad when 
we got out it never does dug-outs are beastly, and things sound much 
worse in them than they are. It was nice to be out and following up the 
Battalion, of which we could see nothing at first, but we soon got up to 
them, found they had managed to keep together, and were in good order 
tOn this occasion Lieut. Nelson (M.O ) was awarded M.C. Vide p. 143. Ed. 



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and busy digging in. Things seemed to be going very well. "A" Co. were 
very pleased with themselves, as they got 105 prisoners and 12 machine 
guns in one trench on the way. Soon there was unusual activity up at the 
front, and one of our tanks came back chased by a 5.9 all the way. It was 
a wonderful sight, and rather funny, but poor sport for the men in the 
tank. It was extraordinary how near the shells fell round it and yet 
never once hit it, and I heard afterwards that it got home. 

We were conscious of a lot of extra firing, and a number of little 
shells which seemed to come very low. All at once I saw the line to our 
south begin to move back this gave one a very uncomfortable feeling, to 
say the least of it. We heard that the Germans were counter-attacking with 
tanks so I went forward, and found that the Commanding Ofhcer of the 
Battalion in front of us had gone to retrieve the position, and could quite 
easily see the German Tanks which really were our own captured in 
November, 1917 (or even later during the retreat in 1918) and were equipped 
with German and Belgian Guns. The nearest one to us was burning away, 
as it had been hit and set on fire. Another one we were firing at from a 
Boche anti-tank gun. In passing, it is interesting to note that out of five 
(possibly seven) tanks that attacked us, two were knocked out by German 
weapons we captured that day: one by a Boche anti-tank gun and the other 
by one of their anti-tank rifles. The other tanks, seeing the fate of two of 
their companions and that the Boche infantry did not support them, decided 
it was wiser to go back where they came from. It was really quite an 
exciting hour until the situation became normal again. 

Nothing more happened for a bit. The situation seemed vague on the 
left flank and in the village of Niergnies, so I sent up an officer (McKinley) 
to make a reconnaissance for the Brigade, which he did, and telephoned the 
result back, and later went up again just to make certain that everything 
was still. The information he got was of the greatest assistance to the 
Brigade, and the reconnaissance was very well done indeed.* 

Shortly before dusk we were warned that a counter-attack was expected 
on our left flank, and I was told that should it assume a serious nature, the 
Artists would be required to carry out the counter-counter-attack and restore 
the position. However, it was no good looking for trouble before it came, 
so we just kept a special look-out on this flank, and moved a few more 
Lewis Guns there in case anything occurred. Nothing happened, and later 
in the evening I heard we were to be relieved by a Battalion who we could 
see coming up. It seemed an interminable time before we got the word to 
go home. We were all ready for it, watching the valley behind us, which was 
receiving continous attention from the Boche who was using gas and H.E., 
mixed with instantaneous fuses, very freely, and when we finally goi the 
order to go the gassing was really quite bad. hetween where we were and 
Rumilly, it was a sort of nightmare going back. We had to use our 
gas-masks and fortunately all got through safely to our billets outside 
Cantaing. The attack had been a great success and a surprise for 
the Boche Cambrai fell the next day, as a direct result of our work. To 
show how we had suffered, and to what small units we had descended, it is 
interesting to note that the Battalion which relieved us, relieved the whole 
of the Division. It was a strong Battalion of over 800, but all the same it 
is not often that a Battalion can relieve a Division. 

* Awarded M.C. Vide p. 101. Ed. 



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This time we were fairly certain to be taken out of the line, for the 
obvious reason that we were no longer a real fighting force. We had been 
at it since the 26th September, and had suffered very heavily. The Division 
soon got orders to go North out of the 3rd Army into the 1st, in places 
round St. Pol where we were to refit, get our drafts, train hard, and get 
back as soon as possible, as it was now Division against Division, and 
no one could be spared out of the line for long. 

We were soon on our way by stages via Yanlx-Vraucourt to Brias 
where we settled down to the work of reorganising. We were a small 
Battalion now, but a very cheerful one. We started giving each other 
dinners, and on the night the Brigadier dined with us Croft reported to the 
Battalion. 

One dinner which I shall not forget was the fourth anniversary (Oct. 
28th) of the Artists coming out to France, when all those who were left, 
amounting I think to 26, met at a little estaminet in Avesnes-le-Comte. I 
took it as a great compliment to be the only guest asked. 

These good times soon come to an end. After various alarms and 
excursions, we finally marched off and embussed, our destination being a 
place called Le Forest, just outside Douai. It was rather a wonderful ride, 
and a lovely day. We went via Lens, which was a pitiable sight. I do not 
think I have ever seen any place of its size so completely and deliberately 
destroyed. There were a lot of refugees coming back, both east and west, 
carrying their worldly belongings with them. There was no possibility of 
anyone finding anything habitable when they got to Lens. One family 
struck me as a particularly bad case, even amongst so many. They had 
come goodness knows how far, and consisted of an old man, his wife, their 
daughter, and son-in-law, and their child in a tumbled down old perambu- 
lator, piled up with all kinds of other things. They had just arrived, and 
were standing on a heap of bricks, which they realized was the site of 
their old home. I shall never forget the look of utter desolation on their 
faces they were beyond crying. There must have been many, many cases 
like this, and they would all either have to settle there, or face the journey 
back from where they had come, a case of 7 or 8 miles at the least, on 
roads that only bore the name out of courtesy. I saw some of our men 
crying when they saw these people. There is something about a French- 
man's love of his home that appeals to us. With dog-like faith they tramp 
for miles to start all over again in a place rendered more than desolate, 
which seems to me the highest form of patriotism imaginable. 

At Henin-Lietard we had to get out, as the bridges across the Canal 
were blown up, and trekked to Le Forest. The Artists got an old Boche 
hospital and after the usual spring clean was not too bad a home. Head- 
quarter Mess was in a nice little house in the main Street at least the 
bottom part of it was nice, the staircase having been burnt out, and the 
upstairs rooms were rather a muddle. Here we gave a concert and some 
conjuring exhibitions to the inhabitants, who hardly seemed to realise that 
they were actually free and allowed to do more or less as they liked. 
Some rumours of moves began to come along, and we realised that it would 
not be very long before we were off again this time to some purpose. 
NOVEMBER, 1918 : THE LAST PHASE OF THE WAR. 

On November 5th our rest at Le Forest came to an end and we 



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journeyed back via Auby and Douai to Thiant. The next morning we 
marched on to Saultain, movement being slow owing to the congestion on the 
roads and their state, and we got completely blocked up in a village 
(Aulnoy) which showed signs of recent fighting, a good many dead lying 
about outside. 

On the 7th we were off again to Sebourquiaux. By this time the 
Brigade that we were following were in action, and we were moving up in 
readiness to go through it when ordered, and that evening reached Angre. 

Early the next day (8th) we reached Audregnies, where we went 
through the other Brigade, and had three objectives assigned, but it was 
obviously impossible that we should accomplish them in the time that was 
left to us in the day. Near Wiheries there was a fair amount of indiscrimi- 
nate shelling on forward slopes and we lost some men. However, we 
moved on in artillery formation, keeping pretty well closed up and halted 
in the outskirts of Blaugies where we managed to get on the line of our 
first objective without further trouble and had to pass the night there as 
we could not overcome the Boche machine-gun fire. 

November 9th was a day which I do not think any Artists who were 
then with us are ever likely to forget. We advanced in all 15,000 yards, 
as the crow flies, which of course meant considerably more trekking, and 
a good bit had to be done through woods and across country. We started 
off something like a triumphal procession, as we were the first English 
troops to enter Blaugies, and we were met by the inhabitants, who rushed 
out and kissed us, old and young alike, and offered us coffee, liqueurs, and 
anything they could lay their hands on. It was really pathetically sad, 
and yet very funny, and it was with difficulty one refrained from crying, 
by the necessity of laughing. 

Passing through Blaugies, we ran into our own barrage, which 
eventually I got stopped, as it was falling amongst the cavalry and was 
holding up our advance. From that moment we were not bothered with 
any more barrages, the artillery being attached to us, which is really far 
the most sensible way in going through open country, as we were. It 
gives one the means of visible retaliation, which is always lacking when 
dependent entirely on artillery behind you, whose doings, except barrage 
work you know nothing about. We next had to go through the Wood 
of Sars-la-Bruyere and on to the village of the same name, where again 
we were welcomed by the inhabitants in like manner. I was presented 
with a large bouquet of flowers, tied up with Belgian ribbon and had to 
walk through the village carrying the beastly thing. The centre of this 
village had been our last objective, and we had no sooner got through than 
we had orders to move on again to a railway embankment on the other 
side of the wood to the east of Sars-la-Bruyere. Further orders came 
extending this objective right up to the Mons-Maubeuge Road in front of 
Quevy-le-Petit, so we packed up once more and started off. Then taking 
two runners with me, I started off straight through the wood, arrived in 
the village before the Battalion and took up my H.Q. in the Burgomaster's 
house, which had only been left a few hours earlier by a General of the 
German Army, who had stopped to watch our advance and then gone off 
in a motor car. At last the Battalion was in possession of their objective 
and settled down for a few hours rest. 



XXXV111. 

The next morning (10th) I got orders to 'side-slip' to the north, take 
up a position on the Mons-Maubeuge Road to the west of the village of 
Harvengt and support the Fusiliers and Bedfords. This was the first time 
that the Artists had been in support to either of the other Battalions since 
coming north from the Cambrai Sector, but it only lasted half a day. I met 
my Company Commanders at a Chateau on the Mons-Maubeuge Road, 
just below a bridge, which the Germans had blown up. We had a short 
conference in a delightful room placed at our disposal by the owner of 
the Chateau, then marched on up the road and we were in our place 
almost as soon as the cavalry had gone out. 

I noticed going up the road that there was a Boche Observation 
Balloon up the last one we saw during the War and the only one which 
had been visible since our start on the 5th. Unfortunatelj'-, it saw the other 
Brigade, which was coming up to go through us, and this drew a con- 
siderable amount of fire round our H.Q. in the village of Asquillies. 

Just after they had gone, I got the news by runner, that poor old Croft 
had been killed. It is no use trying to tell you what that meant to the 
Battalion, or to me personally. He had not been back with us very long 
after a prolonged absence, and I know he felt like coming home when he 
rejoined us at Brias. He was always like a ray of sunshine if there was any- 
thing doing.- With him were two other good fellows, 2/Lt. King and 
Sergt. Garbutt; also a Lancer with whom they were talking at the time; 
a stray shell fell in the sunken road and killed all four of them. 

We were anxiously expecting rations and orders to return to Asquillies 
for the rest we were all wanting, but were sent forward to Harvengt where 
there seemed to be a good deal of confusion, so I halted the Battalion and 
had a look round. I found from the 56th Division who were there that 
they had been held up just outside the village by heavy machine gun fire 
and that it would be quite impossible to go forward that night. Eventually 
it was arranged that the Artists should relieve the 1st London and we 
moved forward again as far as we could get. 

November llth. At daybreak I started off up the line, having received 
information that the Battalion had commenced to move and that the Boche 
had 'hooked it.' Reaching Harmignies, I found that our men had been in 
within less than half an hour after the departure of the Germans, 
and our patrols reported that at two of the villages in front there were 
no signs of the enemy. We had orders to take up our position and remain 
at Harmignies, and that the 188th Brigade would go through us early in 
the morning. I went round, saw everybody and waited until the other 
Brigade had started to move forward and then set off to return. On my 
way back I met a whole lot of the Lancers, all formed up ready to go 
through. It was a fine sight seeing them all on their horses anxious to be 
off. On getting back I was met by a Doctor who said that he owed me 
some money (he had made a bet with me; that there would be no 
armistice or peace this year). For a moment I could not quite make out 
what he meant, until I noticed that everybody seemed pleased and then I 
learned the news of the Armistice which had come through a few minutes 
previously. I saw the Brigadier, got confirmation of the Armistice news, 
sent it up to the Companies, scrounged round making arrangements for 
baths for the men, got them all back again, and they had their baths and 
went to bed. 



XXXIX. 

In the afternoon the Band arrived, after a somewhat chequered journey 
from England, very sorry for themselves. Also British prisoners, who 
had been left behind by the enemy, began to trickle through; they were 
in a most pitiable state. And so came the Armistice to the Artists in 
the line to the very last. It will always be a satisfaction to us when we 
come to look back upon things that we were there when the end came 
and that the efforts of our Division contributed in no small degree to the 
final collapse of the Boche. 

AFTER THE ARMISTICE. 

Of course we could hardly realise things at first and there was still 
an awful lot to do. The silence seemed almost uncanny at times. 

I do not know if I can describe the funeral of Ben Croft, King and 
Garbutt, but of course it was the first thing we did. As they were killed 
just outside the village, we decided to bury them at the side of the road 
where, they fell, with such Military Honours as we could, their own Com- 
pany finding the firing party, and the buglers sounded the Last Post. It 
was a sad little party that gathered round the graves of the last Artists 
to fall in action. A large number of Officers and men came and the 
Brigadier found time to be present. I think these three were the last 
casualties of the War in our Brigade. It seemed so very hard, that it was 
only a matter of 24 hours, and all would have been well. The inhabitants 
of the village had given us some oak to make a cross from and someone 
else thought of flowers and after doing all we could we returned to our 
billets. 

We soon heard stories of going on to the Rhine and were selected for 
this, but owing to the heavy fighting, and our additional wastage through 
sickness, our strength was so far short that finally it was decided we should 
not go. So we had to accept the hard fact and see another Division put 
in our place. At the time we were generally disappointed, but on looking 
back now I think it was just as well, and possibly most Artists will agree. 

On the 15th, a cold, clear November day, we took part in the official 
entry of the First Army into Mons, lined the street, and after hours of 
waiting marched past the Army Commander in the square. We did not 
exactly enjoy it, but now that distance is lending its enchantment we can 
regard it as a thing to have done. 

Soon we got permission to move back to Harmignies to better billets, 
thence to Athis, where we started Education Classes and a Debating 
Society. We also had to practice for a Review by the First Army Com- 
mander, had two full-dress rehearsals, and then the show was put off, but 
I suppose a little ceremonial drill did not do any of us much harm; anyway 
it provided a certain amount of amusement. Next we were moved back to 
Blaugies where we were not long in getting ready for our Christmas plans. 
We decided to have Company dinners, three in one day was the maximum 
reached, and we came safely through the lot. It was really a great 
Christmas taking it all round. There was not one of us who did not want 
to be home for it, but as we could not, we put our backs into it, and made 
the most of it under the circumstances, and now it is all over I do not think 
one of us regrets having spent it in Blaugies. 

All this time we were slowly getting smaller, and one day we^vere sent 
to our final destination, St. Ghislain. It was an eye-opener for the men 



xl. 

when they arrived there almost like going home, without the home real 
beds and sheets for every man, it must have been the first bed that 
most of them had seen for many, many months. 

I soon found that the men preferred their own time to organised 
amusements, which so long as all went well was really much better for them, 
and I am more than glad to know that it did go well. It was a very good 
change for them to get into some sort of civilisation, and demobilisation 
started quicker when we got to St. Ghislain. 

One day I got special leave, as I had been applied for at this end. I do 
not know exactly how to describe what I felt: I knew that this special 
leave was tantamount to saying "Farewell" to the Artists. However, it 
was unavoidable and would have had to come sooner or later, and perhaps 
it was as well that it was hurried a bit at the end. I got all packed up, 
and then went on to the Mess, where I found some villain had collected 
most of the Battalion to see me off. I think it takes nearly as much courage 
to go round and say "Good-bye" to people as it does to go over the top. 

Soon after this I went down for the first time to the Artists Head- 
quarters in Duke's Road, where I met a lot of people whom I had often 
heard of, but never before seen. They one and all made me so welcome, 
that I almost felt I was going to my own home. I shall never forget 
Colonel May coming up to me, and saying that he would like to thank me 
for all I had done for the Artists, but that he did not quite know how to 
do so, so he thought perhaps he had better repeat to me what one of the 
men had said to him. When asked something about their new Commanding 
Officer, this man had replied, "Well, Sir, he might have been an Artist 
himself." 

I think that if I have earned those words, honestly spoken, it is as much 
as anyone could have wished. 

R. H. G. 

P.S. I have said very little about the organisation and interior working 
of the Battalion because I do not consider it would be a compliment to go 
into such details. I think the secret of the Artists' success was very largely 
the wonderful amount of material always at hand. When Adjutants, Scouts, 
Signallers, Runners, Pioneers, and all these people were ever ready, and 
there was always somebody fit to step into someone else's shoes if 
anything happened, it really was very easy work for a stranger, once he 
realised this. Then there was old Freddy Light, with his 40 years service 
in the Corps, and R.Q.M.S. Hack, a veteran of the Boer War times. 
They always worked quietly without any fuss or bother, always had what 
was wanted, and would have done anything in the world which was humanly 
possible, that the men should be comfortable, and that the Battalion should 
always have the best of everything. There were few Territorial Regiments 
who had the services of one of their own Quarter-Masters, and the Artists 
have been extremely lucky in theirs. 

Then you will find in my notes that the names of the Officers are 
nearly always the same. I have avoided using names at all except where 
I thought it would simplify matters, but I do not wish to convey the 
impression that these are the only names worthy of note, as it is not so. I 
should not know where to begin, or end, if I had to tell you what I thought 
about individuals. I see that R.S.M. Fox is not mentioned there again we 
were singularly fortunate, and had to do a great deal of "wangling" to 
keep him. As you know, any man who occupied that position after Pe-ter 
Emslie had gone, had a very tough proposition before him. 



ADDENDA TO SECTIONS I. TO VI. 



Particulars received whilst this Edition was in the Press 



OF HONOUR (pp. 2 to 42). 

ABEL, 2/Lt. James Edgar,* 6/R. West Kent Died as Prisoner of war 
ATKINSON, Edward Arthur, i4/London (late 2/Lt. i/London) {Dublin 
BAGGALLAY, Capt. Geoffrey Thomas, i/Welch(A.P.M.) Assassinated in 
BAYLEY, Lieut. Cyril Dunstan Wakefield, R.F.C. Kilmichael, Ireland 
BEVAN, 2/Lt. Wilfred, 2oth Squadron, R.F.C. Belgium 

BUCHANAN, Capt. Edward Laurie, R.F.A. & R.A.F. Baghdad 

CORFIELD, Lieut. Frederick John Arthur, Bucks Bn. O.B.L.I. 
FLEET, Pte. Charles Arthur, z/Artists Died 

GERHARDI, 2/Lt. Charles, R.A.F. 

GOLDING, Lieut. Harold Gordon Lancelot, 35/Sikhs Palestine 

GRASSICK, 2/Lt. William Henderson, R.F.A. Died, Wimertux 

HIGGINSON, Capt. John Victor, 2/R. Welch Fusiliers Ga s poisoning 
HILDITCH, 2/Lt. Charles Henry, 27th Bde. R.F.A. 
HOPKINS, 2/Lt. George Henry Stanton, 45/Machine Gun Corps 
HUMPHREYS, Pte. Albert Brent, i /Artists Died 

LORIMER, Capt. John Scott, i/Norfolk 
LOWRIE, 2/Lt. John Edward, Household Battalion 
RICHARDSON, 2/Lt. Arthur Balfour, 8/Royal West Kent 
RUDGE, Lieut. Arthur Edgar, R.A.F. Combat near La Bassee 

SHERLOCK, 2/Lt. Gerald,* 55/Machine Gun Corps 
SHUFFREY, Lieut. Gilbert, 6/South Lancashire Gallipoli 

SPILLER, L/Cpl. Herbert George, i/ Artists 
TAYLOR, Lieut. Norman Samuel, R.A.F. 
VERNON, Cpl. Harold, R.E. (Meteorological) 
VIVIAN, Lieut. Vincent, 22/Durham L.I. 
WARD, 2/Lt. Eric,* IO/R. Fusiliers 
WEBB, 2/Lt. Bernard Hugh, S.B./Middlesex 
WENDT, Pte. George Norman, i3/London 
WHARTON, Pte. Ernest Philip, i/Artists Accident 



Add to ROLL ( 


1917 


Dec. 


22. 


1918 


Nov. 


4. 


1920 


Nov. 


22. 


1920 


Nov. 


28. 


1917 


Dec. 


3- 


1920 


Aug. 


3- 


1920 


Oct. 


9- 


1919 


Nov. 


2. 


1919 


Sept. 


2O. 


1920 


Dec. 


3- 


1919 


Feb. 


9- 


1919 


Sept. 


22. 


1918 


Oct. 


23- 


1917 


July 


Si 


1917 


Dec. 


20. 


1917 


Nov. 


5- 


1917 


June 


18. 


1918 


Mar. 


21. 


1917 


June 


22. 


1918 


April 


21. 


*9*S 


Aug. 


9- 


1920 


May 


7- 


1919 


Aug. 


13- 


1916 


Jan. 


i. 


1918 


May 


3i- 


1918 


Feb. 


27. 


1919 


Mar. 


2. 


1916 


Sept. 


26. 


1918 


Sept. 


6. 



In Russia 
Mailly Maillet 

Died (septic pneumonia) 



* Died of Wounds. 



xlii. 
ADDENDA continued. 

Add to DISTINGUISHED SERVICE ORDER (pp. 46 & 47). 

CLARK, Capt. Philip Lindsay ... ... ... ... n/Royal Sussex 

E. of YPRES, 25th to 27th October, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
when in command of the left flank company of the battalion. When the enemy broke through 
on his left he organised a defensive flank. Finding a gap on his left he filled and held it with 
some of his own men and of the unit on his left. He personally led a charge against the 
advancing enemy and dispersed them, and later repelled another attack. He was wounded 
by a piece of shrapnel in the head, but though dazed, continued in command of his company 
for two days until relieved. [37 12 

FAGAN, Capt. Herbert Archer, M.C. (bar} ... p/Gurkha Rifles (late 5/Yorkshire) 

In SOUTH RUSSIA. For conspicuous gallantry and determination on several occasions, 
particularly at SORAROGHA, on the i8th January, and at MAKIN, on the igth February, 1920. 
In the first instance he was in charge of a company ordered to establish a piquet in a position 
which was much exposed and commanded by fire. He set a fine example in beating off attacks 
and in attempting to establish the piquet. Subsequently he withdrew his company with great 
skill. In the second instance he again showed gallantry and leadership when troops on the 
left were ordered to withdraw. [3635 

FIELD, 2/Lt. Edward ... ... ... ... ... Machine Gun Corps 

ROUPY, near ST. QOENTIN, 2ist March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty when in charge of a section of guns during repeated enemy attacks. For eight hours he 
fired his guns with great judgment under heavy machine-gun and artillery fire. The enemy 
poured out of a valley in large numbers, and the guns fired with terrific effect. The enemy 
was held for seven hours. Then, reinforced, they advanced to within 100 yards of the guns 
and bombed the positions from the right rear. He ordered his guns to cut their way to new 
positions while he helped their retirement by throwing the remainder of the bombs. In 
getting back he was shot through the body. His determination and fearlessness were magnetic. 
Throughout the day he fought magnificently. [763848 

JOHNSON, Lt.-Col. Francis Shand Byam ... R. of O., Royal Lancaster (i/Artists) 

PCZIERES RIDGE, 24th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When his battalion became isolated during an enemy attack and both flanks were exposed, by 
his courage and skill he succeeded in withdrawing his battalion without serious loss. The 
successful withdrawal was entirely due to his splendid leadership and determination. 

Add to MILITARY CROSSES (pp. 55, 89 & 117). 

ASTBURY, 2/Lt. Alec ... ... ... R.F.A. (0/286 Brigade, R.F.A. (T.F.) 

Near BOYELLES, 22nd August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He brought his battery into action under very heavy fire, and got his ammunition wagons up 
to the battery position in spite of congested traffic. Later, he was instrumental in laying 
telephone wires from a very advance! post to the battery over open country under heavy 
machine-gun fire. The information which he sent back was of great value in enabling the 
enemy line to be driven back. [765207 

HEY, 2/Lt. Percy ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

Near VILLERS BRETONNEUX, 7th August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion 
to duty. When a number of tanks filled with bombs and explosives close to his battery 
position had been set alight by enemy shell fire, he led a small party and successfully 
extinguished the burning camouflage covering his own and neighbouring guns, and dragged 
into safety all exposed cartridges. His determined courage saved the loss of ammunition 
and stores. [765448 



xliii. 
ADDENDA continued. 

RICHARD, 2/Lt. Stanley ... ... ... ... Machine Gun Corps 

Near LES RUES VERTES, 3rd December, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion 
to duty. During an enemy attack, and whilst under intense artillery fire, he performed 
magnificent work, keeping his guns in action, being with one gun himself in an exposed 
position until gun and team were blown up. Being the only one remaining unwounded, 
on his own initiative he moved up to his other three guns, which he continued to keep in 
action and supplied with ammunition, until these also were put out of action and he was 
wounded. Throughout he set a fine example of courage, and was of great assistance in 
checking the hostile attack. [6352 

WHITE, 2/Lt. Lawrence Arthur ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1918. [2786 

Add to MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES (p. 152-158). 

3383 BARNES, Lieut. R. C. ... ... ... ... ... Haig 

760549 DAWSON, Capt. F. A. ... ... ... ... ... Haig 

2256 SAVORY, Major K. S. ... ... ... ... ... Hamilton 

598 THORNE, Lieut. A. J. P. ... ... ... ... ... Haig 

766235 TAYLOR, Capt. P. S. ... ... ... ... ... Murray 

TVER, Capt. A. A. ... ... ... ... ... Haig 

Add to BROUGHT TO NOTICE (p. 159). 

557 IRWIN, CSM H. G., Artists (M-G. School). 

Add\\\Q following to G.H.Q. MACHINE GUN SCHOOL (p. 313), and in Section IV. 
(p. 434) insert the symbols a or /as below against their names. 

3591 DUCLOS, Henri Francois ... 26/ 6/16 / 

3637 FIELDING, Percy Arthur ... ... 3/ 9/16 a,/ 

5685 FLEMING, Ernest ... ... 3/ 9/16 / 

7194 JACQUES, George ... ... 26/ 6/16 / 

3643 LAND, Leo Frederick ... ... 3/ 9/16 / 

1728 MORGAN, Hugh T. ... ... 15/12/15 To 2/Lt. M.G.C. 

6189 NEWTON, William Mclntosh ... 3/ 9/16 a,f 

3145 SEYMOUR, Bernard Gilbert ... 26/ 6/16 To a/Z/. ^jEast Lanes. 

3645 TAYLOR, Bertram Walter ... 26/ 6/16 a,f 

3112 TUCKER, Richard Stuart ... ... 21/11/15 / 

2862 WEBB, Francis Rands ... ... 2/ 1/16 / 

3648 WILLIS, William Stephen ... 26/ 6/16 / 

Add to FURTHER COMMISSIONS (p. 427). 

2364 BEALE, William Piere ... ... 7/9/15 R.A.S.C. Capt. 



SECTION 



THE ARTISTS RIFLES' 

H0I1 0f Ihmmrr. 



At the call of King and Country, those of 
our comrades whom this Roll commemorates 
left all that was dear to them, endured 
hardships, faced danger, and finally passed 
out of the sight of men by the path of duty 
and self-sacrifice, giving up their own lives 
that others might live in freedom. 

Let those that come after see to it that 
their names are not forgotten. 



KILLED IN ACTION, DIED OF WOUNDS, etc. 
{Alphabetical Index at end of Book.} 



1914. 
Nov. 27. 

5> 

Dec. ii. 



1914. 

WARREN, Sgt. Walter, i/Artists ... ... ... At Lindenhoek 

THOMPSON, Pte. William John, i /Artists ... ... ,, 

RAWLINS, Cpl. Glenrowan Edward Champion, i/Artists On Messines Ridge 

PEARCE, 2/Lt. Geoffrey Vincent, 2/R. Warwick Rouges-Banes, Armenticres 

MONK, 2/Lt. George Bertram," 2/R. Warwick ,, ,, 

STANDRING, 2/Lt. Benjamin Arthur,* 2/R. Warwick ,, ,, 



1915 
Jan. 



fFeb. 



Mar. 



1915. 

5. CRISP, 2/Lt. Francis Edward Fitzjohn, i/GrenadierGuards 

22. REES, 2/Lt. John Trevor, i/R. Welch Fusiliers 

25. THOMPSON, 2/Lt. John Cecil Caster, i/Scots Guards 
WELD, 2/Lt. Hugh Edward, i/Scots Guards 

26. HUTT, 2/Lt. Harold Vernon, 2/R. Sussex ... 

i. CLIFTON, 2/Lt. Harold Norton,* i/Coldstream Guards, 

21. DAVIS, Pte. Alexander Herbert, Artists 

22. FROST 2/Lt. Kenneth, i/R. West Kent 

5. MACKINTOSH, 2/Lt. Harry Leith,* i /South Stafford 

9. HAMLEN, Pte. Percy, Artists 

10. AUSTEN, 2/Lt. Cyril Frederick, 2/R. West Surrey 
BENNINGFIELD, 2/Lt. Maurice Victor, i/ Worcester 
HARE, 2/Lt. Evan Amyas Alfred, 2/Middlesex 

HOLLAND, 2/Lt. Basil Thomas, 2/R. Highlanders 

,, KIRKALDY, 2/Lt. Charles Henry, i/Seaforth 

,, WINDSOR, 2/Lt. Mark Gilham, 2/Devon ... 

11. CUTTLE, 2/Lt. Geoffrey, 2/Yorks .. 

GOTCH, 2/Lt. Duncan Hepburn, I/Worcester 

MULOCK, 2/Lt. Edward Ross, a/Gordon Highlanders 

12. CLOSE, 2/Lt. Max Arthur, i/Highland L. I. 

DE BURIATTE, 2/Lt. John Philip, 2/East Surrey 

,, LORD, 2/Lt. Frank Samuel, 2/Devon 

MANN, 2/Lt. Fredk. Christmas, i /North Stafford 

PARKES, 2/Lt. Horace Frederick, i/R. Welch Fus. 

PAYNE, 2/Lt. Charles Geraint, i/Highland L.I. 

,, CROSSE, 2/Lt. Marlborough Evelyn, 2/Yorks 

14. GARDEN, 2/Lt. Ronald Hugh, 2/Wilts 

15. COLLEY, 2/Lt. Archibald, 2/D. C.L.I. 

FORD, 2/Lt. Royston Dearmer, i/Royal Irish 

* Died of Wounds. 



Near Cuincliy 

Near Armentieres 

Near Cuinchy 



Near Cuinchy {Jan. 25) 
Died 

Near Ypres 
Sailly-sur-Lys 
Died 

Near Laventie 
Battle ofNevve- Chapel le 



Near Lindenhoek 
Battle of Neuve- Chape lie 

. . Ba ttle of Nenve- Chapelle 



Near St. Eloi 



ARTISTS' RIFLES, 1915. 



1915. 
Mar. 15. 
Apr. 13. 
14. 
1 8. 
19. 
> 

22. 
23- 

25- 



26. 
28. 
2 9 . 

May 5. 



16. 



Accident near Vpres 

Near Bois Grenier 

Near Zonnebeke 

On Hill 60 



WHITE, 2/Lt. Leslie Spencer, i/R. West Kent 

WHITTLE, 2/Lt. Walter Victor Patrick C., i/Worcester 

WHITEHEAD, 2/Lt. Henry Montague, 2/East Surrey 

CRASTON, 2/Lt John,* 3/R. West Kent 

KELLIE, 2/Lt. Esmond Lawrence, i/Bedford 

KIRCH, 2/Lt. Charles Sidney, i/Bedford 

WALLACE, 2/Lt. John Roger, 2/R. Scots Fusiliers 

WHITFELD, 2/Lt. Fredk. Ashburnham Hooker, 3/Middx. 

BLACK, 2/Lt. Francis Henry, i/R. Warwick 

NEELEV, 2/Lt. Hugh Bertram, 3(i)Suffolk 

PAYNE, 2/Lt. John Oswald, 4(1 )R. Warwick 

SHARPE, 2/Lt. Charles Lancelot Arnot, 3/Middlesex 

ROBINSON, 2/Lt. Arthur Hine, i/Manchester 

PARKER, 2/Lt. Frederick Neville, i/K.R.R.C. 

CAREW, 2/Lt. Cyril Joseph Theodore,* 2/East Yorks 

BERRY, Pte. Percy Hamilton, i/ Artists 

LoNGUET-HiGGiNs, 2/Lt. Kenneth Aislabie, R. M.L.I. 

CROFT-SMITH, 2 ; Lt. Edwin Spencer, 4/K.R.R.C. 

COPLAND, 2/Lt. Dudley Charles James, i /Notts & Derby 

DAY, 2/Lt. Morris, 2/R. Berks ... ... ... ,, 

DENNYS, 2/Lt. Kenneth Rose, 2/R. Munster Fusiliers Nr. Richeboitrg L Avoue 
DICK, 2/Lt. Geo. Frederick Graeme, i/Notts & Derby Aubers Ridge 

FAZAN, 2/Lt. Roy, 5/R. Sussex ... ... Near Richebourg U Avoue 

HORSFALL, 2/Lt. Arthur Mendelssohn, 2/R. Munster p^us. Nr.Richebourg E Avoue 
HOWELL, 2/Lt. Herbert Edgar, 2/East Lancashire ... Aubers Ridge 

MARSHALL, 2/Lt. Augustus de la Poer, 2/East Lanes. 

MARVIN, 2/Lt. Donald, i/Seaforth Highlanders Near Richebourg L'Avoue 

MORRIS, 2/Lt. Clive Wilson, 2/K.R.R.C. ... ,, ,, ,, 

NORTON, 2/Lt. Alfred George, 2/East Lancashire ... Aubers Ridge 

ORTON, 2/Lt. Ernest Henry, 2/Scottish Rifles ...Fromelles, Aubers Ridge 

PAGE, 2/Lt. Francis Trafford, 2/R. Munster Fusiliers Nr. Richebourg L' ATOUC 
PARKER, 2/Lt. Wilfred Horsley, 2/R. Munster Fusiliers ,, ,, ,, 

RANDALL, 2/Lt. Reginald Wigmore Sancroft, 2/Northampton Aubers Ride 



2nd Battle of Ypres 



On Hill 60 

2nd Battle of Ypres 

At St. Julian 

Died at Bethunc 

2nd Battle of Ypres 

Died at St. Omer 

At the Dardanelles 

Aubers Ridge 



TIGAR, 2/Lt. Harold Walter, 3/Middlesex 
WEBB, 2/Lt. John Timms, 6/London 
WINDUS, 2/Lt. Charles Eric, i/R. Irish Rifles 
HELLMERS, 2/Lt. Alfred,* i/R. Irish Rifles ... 
PEAKE, 2/Lt. John Thelwall,* 2/Northampton 
BALES, 2/Lt. Keith, 2/Border 
BROWN, 2/Lt. Harold Atherton, 2/Leicester 
BYNG, 2/Lt. Harry,* 2/Border 
DE ROUGEMONT, 2/Lt. Maurice Henry, 2/R. West Surrey 
HUDSON, 2/Lt. Charles Herbert, i /Liverpool 
HUMPHREYS, 2/Lt. Dudley Francis,* 2/R. West Surrey 
JAMES, 2/Lt. John Stephen Harvey, i/K.R.R.C. 
JONES, 2/Lt. Leonard, i/R. Welch Fusiliers 
KROHN, 2/Lt. Nicholas Adolph, 2/Border 

* Diid of Wounds. 



Near Klein Zillebeke 

Aubers Ridge 
Aubers Ridge (///) 
Aubers Ridge (<?//$) 
Battle of Festulert 
Nr. Richebourg E Avoue 
Battle of Festubcrt 



ROLL OF HONOUR 



1915. 
May 1 6. 



23- 
24. 



25- 
29. 
June 2. 
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16 



19- 

2O. 



July 



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I. 



IS' 



Aug. 6. 

it 7- 

> 

,. 9- 



12. 



1 6. 
19. 

21. 



MESSOM, 2/Lt. Harold, fc 2/R. West Surrey... ... Battle of Festubert 

MORTEN, 2/Lt. Galbraith, i/Liverpool 

SIMPSON, 2/Lt. William Robert Carde, 2/ Border 

WILLIAMSON, 2/Lt. John Maurice, z/Gordon 

APPS, 2/Lt. Reginald Denman, 2/R. Berks 

CASSIDY, 2/Lt. Cyril Martin,- i/K.R.R.C. 

FISHER, 2/Lt. Edward Humbert, 2/Yorks ... 

GOODMAN, 2/Lt. Reginald Moon, 2/Border 

BRIDGE, 2/Lt. Donald Gerald Clive, 2/R. Berks 

PRICE, 2/Lt. Harold Strachan, 3/Royal Fusiliers ... Near Ypres 

JUDD, 2/Lt. Frederick George, 2/R. Dublin Fusiliers ... ,, Wieltje 

YOUNG, 2/Lt. Henry Harman, 3/Royal Fusiliers ... Bel lew ard Lake, Ypres 

MACEY, 2/Lt. Clifford James, i/Dorset 

BALLARD, 2/Lt. Maurice Arnold,* 2 3. 'London 

MEAD, 2/Lt. Bernard Wallace, 4/Royal Fusiliers 

HARLEY, 2/Lt. John, i3/Worcester 

PARKER, 2/Lt. Edward Thompson, i3/Yorks (i/Lancs. Fus.) 

GREEN, 2/Lt. Frank Clifford, i/Lincoln 

PEARSON, 2/Lt. Reginald Oswald, i/Lincoln 

SIMPSON, 2/Lt. Henry Gordon, 9/0. C.L.I. (i/R. Inniskg. Fus.) 

TRINDER, 2/Lt: Arnold James, 7/Northumberland Fus. 

DUFF, 2/Lt. John Crerar, 2/Gordon Highlanders 

LLARENA, 2/Lt. Eustace Fernando, 2/Suffolk 

BARFOOT, 2/Lt. George Allan, 3/Worcester 

FAIRBAIRN, 2/Lt. George Eric,* lo/Durham L.I. 

WINDSOR, 2/Lt. Leslie St. Lawrence, 2/Suffolk 

WILLIAMS, 2/Lt. Theodore Edward, i /Somerset L.I. ... 

STANWELL, 2/Lt. William Alexander,* 2/Lancs. Fusiliers 

CUXSON, 2/Lt. Basil Pryce, 2/R. Scots 

PEMBERTON, Pte. Algernon George, Artists... 

DEWES, 2/Lt. Bryan Osmond, i/Middlesex 

ELBOROUGH, Capt. Alfred Charles Ernest,* 6/Yorkshire L.I 

STEARNS, 2/Lt. Eric Gordon,* 4/R. Fusiliers 

BROWN, 2/Lt. Frederick Charles, 9/Notts & Derby ... 

PEARKES, Capt. Andre Mellard, 9/West Yorks 

FOULGER, 2/Lt. Maurice, i/Shropshire L.I. 

GOODALE, 2/Lt. Arthur William, i/Shropshire L.I. ... 

ISAAC, 2/Lt. Frank Philip, i/Shropshire L.I. 
KAY, 2/Lt. George Alexander, 2/Notts & Derby 
HIGGINS, Capt. Herbert Edward Powell, 6/R. Lancaster 



On Hill 60 
Battle of Festnbert(26th) 
Near Ypres 
Gallipoli 

?> 
Near Ypres 

Gallipoli 
Near Hooge 
Near Givenchy 
Near Ypres 
At Hooge 

Near Ypres 
At Pi Ike in 



Died 

Near Laventie 
Near Ypres 

On Gallipoli 

M 

At Hooge 



SILCOCK, 2/Lt. Bertram Baber, 7/R. Welch Fusiliers. 
ADAMS, 2/Lt. Robert, 5/Norfolk ... 
OLIPHANT, 2/Lt. Marcus Francis, 5/Norfolk 
BARNETT, Lieut. Denis Oliver,* 2/Leinster ... 
JURGENS, 2/Lt. Sydney George,* 6/R. Lancaster 
TIPPET, 2/Lt. Alexander Arnold,* 2/Shropshire L.I. 
CURREY, Capt. George Grafton, 6/Yorkshire 

* Died of Wounds. 



At the Dardanelles 
At Sui'la Bay 



At Hooge 

At the Dardanelles 

Chapelle d? Armentieres 

On Gallipoli 



ARTISTS' RIFLES, 1915. 



On Gallipoli 

" >> 
Near Houplines 
Near Cambrin 
At Suvla Bay 
In Flanders 

Near Cappy-sur-Somme 
Battle of Loos 



At Bois-Grenier 

In Flanders 

Battle of Loos 



1915 

Aug. 21. RABONE, 2/Lt. Maxwell, 2/R. Munster Fusiliers 

22. WESTON, 2/Lt. Wilfred James, 6/York & Lancaster 

23. Cox, 2/Lt. Norman John, y/R. Sussex 

,, 24. MILES, 2/Lt. Alfred Crosfield Vernon, 2/Welch 

25. NORRIS, 2/Lt. William Forbes, 5 /Norfolk (A.C.C.) 

Sept. i. PULVERMAN, 2/Lt. Oscar Percy," i/Suffolk 

,, 7. MARTIN, 2/Lt. Frederick Arthur,* 2/Notts & Derby 

22. KOCH, 2/Lt. Marcus Addison, 2/Shropshire L.I. 

25. BEAUMONT, 2/Lt. Wilfred Newton, 2/Border 
BKRRY, 2/Lt. John Anthony, 2(i)Gordon 

,, BROMLEY, 2/Lt. Hugh Frederick, 2/R. Sussex 

BROWN, 2/Lt. Arthur Lyster, 2/R. West Surrey 
,, BUDIBENT, 2/Lt. Cecil, 2/Lincoln 

,, GOLDIE, 2/Lt. Paul, i /Loyal N. Lancashire 
,, HARE, 2/Lt. Bernard Urmston, i/ Middlesex 

HILL, 2/Lt. Arthur Lionel, i /Middlesex 
,, HILLIAR, 2/Lt. Gordon Edward, 3/8. Lanes. (2/E. Lanes.) 

HOWELL, 2/Lt. John, 9/K.R.R.C. 

,, HULM, 2/Lt. Wynne Odverne, 8/Devon 

JONES, 2/Lt. Charles Taylor, 2/R. West Surrey 
LEE. 2/Lt. Walton Noel Olliff, i/South Stafford 
MELLISH, 2/Lt. Richard Coppin, i/Middlesex 
PLANT, 2/Lt. Frederick George, i/R. West Surrey ... 
RAYMOND- BARKER, 2/Lt. Cecil Langton, i2/'Rifle Brigade 
REYNARD, 2/Lt. Henry Corner, i /South Stafford 
VANN, Capt. Arthur Allard Harrison, i2/West Yorks 

,, WALCH, 2/Lt. James Bernard Millard, 2/R. \Vest Surrey 

,, WEBB, Lieut. Cyril Francis, 2/ Yorks 

WILKINSON, 2/Lt. Ernest Alexander, 2/Leicester 

WILSON, Lieut. William Clement, i/VVorcester 

26. PICKUP, 2/Lt. Alfred James, 2/ Yorks 

,, SAUNDERS, 2/Lt. Louis Desormeaux, i/S. Wales Bdrs. 

,, STKPHENSON, 2/Lt. Kenneth Langton, 2/Bedford 

27. ALLEN, 2/Lt. Frederick John,* p/Devon 

,, BOOTH, 2/Lt. Frederick Atkins, 2/East Kent 

29. CHANDLER, 2/Lt. Charles Robert, 2/East Surrey 
,, FRIEND, 2/Lt. Frank Howard, 2/Wilts 

30. HALLOWES, 2/Lt. Rupert Price, V.C. 1 ^ 4/Middlesex 
,, LAW, 2/Lt. Charles Lindsay Gwyder, 2/Suffolk 

1. HOBLYN, 2/Lt. Walter Frederick, 4/Coldstream Gds. 
,, GATES, 2/Lt. Douglas Leslie, i /Suffolk 

2. HARTLEY, 2/Lt. William Edwin, 2 /Cheshire 

3. AKERMAN, 2/Lt. Ralph Portland,* n /London 

4. WILKINS, 2/Lt. Geoffrey,* 2/Northumberland Fusiliers 
6. TRIER, 2/Lt. Norman Ernest,* 2/East Yorks 

8. LUMB, 2/Lt. Herbert, R.F.A. 

13. ADDY, 2/Lt. Kenneth James Balguy, i/K.R.R.C. 

* Died of IToiinds. ^ = Military Cross. 



Near Fleurbaix 
Battle of Loos 



At Hooge 
Battle of Loos 



Dtcd 
Battle of Loos 



ROLL OF HONOUR 



1915. 

Oct. 13. TWEEDIE-SMITH, 2/Lt. Alan, i/R. West Surrey 

,,,20. TALLENTIRE, 2/Lt. Arthur Tom, i/Artists (R.F.C.) ... Near AbceU 

23. CHRISTMAS, Capt. Dudley Vyvyan, 5/Suffolk (Staff) ... Accident 

29. CROMPTON, Pte. Thomas Sherwood, Artists ... Died 

Nov. 19. GILL, 2/Lt. Jack Woodward, 6/ Yorkshire L.I. 

Dec. 4. SNOW, 2/Lt. Richard Aslin, 4/York & Lancaster ... Near Ypres 

,, 15. MINES, 2/Lt. Austin,* lo/Durham L.I. 

,, 22. GREIFFENHAGEN, 2/Lt. Norman,* i/East Kent ... Near Ypres 

SMITH, 2/Lt. Ernest Kennedy,* T /East Kent ... 

25. DARRELL, 2/Lt. Albert, i /East Surrey 



1916. 

1916. 

Jan. 5. WHITE, 2/Lt. Esmonde Ricarde Burke, 6/Northumberland Fus. 

6. HUTCHINSON, 2/Lt. Innes Owen, 2/R. Highlanders Near Ypres 

,, WILSON, Capt. Harold Algar, i/Shropshire L.I. ... ,, 

15. GEARY, 2/Lt. Ronald Fitzmaurice, 2i/London ... ,, Loos 

,, 21. OKEY, 2/Lt. William Ewart, i/Connaught Rangers Shaikh-Said, Mesopotamia 

29. DAVIES, 2/Lt. William Edward, 5/Cheshire ... In France 

,, 31. BUTLAND, 2/Lt. William Henry,* lo/Durham L.I. ... Near Ypres 

Feb. 6. ARNOLD, 2/Lt. Bernard Marcus,* 7/K.R.R.C. ... Near Ypres (2nd} 

ii. HAKEWILL, 2/Lt. Thomas George, i i/N. Stafford (R.F.C.) In Egypt 

14. HILL, 2/Lt. Douglas Charles Lucas, 9/R. Sussex ... Near Ypres 

17. WYATT-SMITH, Pte. Hugh Hargreaves, 2/Artists ... Died 

20. RADCLIFFE, 2/Lt. Ernest John, R.F.C. ... Accident at Brooklands 

25. CARPENTER, 2/Lt. Hubert Granville,* Army Cyclist Corps 

,, 28. LAILY, 2/Lt. Eric Lillywhite, 7/D.C.L.I. ... ... Near Ypres 

Mar. 3. MADAN, Lieut. Nigel Cornwallis, 8/R. Lancaster ... ,, 

,, 5. BURTON, Pte. William Edgar Bowness, Artists ... Died 

8. D'OMBRAIN, 2/Lt. Rowland Maund, 5/EastKent (53/Sikhs) Battle of Dajailah 

ii. LLOYD-JONES, Capt. John, tit a/Ybrks Died 

13. FORTUNE, 2/Lt. Stanley Welsh, ' lo/Rifle Brigade 

,, 16. RAINFORTH, Pte. Gray Victor, i/Artists ... ... Died at Rouen 

SINCLAIR, Pte. William Kenneth, i/Artists ... ... ,, 

WISEMAN, Pte. Charles, i /Artists ... ... ,, 

,, 19. ELLIS, 2/Lt. Shirley Duncan, * R. Engineers ... Died 

20. PYCOCK, Sgt. Herbert Richard Holmes, 2/Artists ... 

Apr. 4. PASSMORE, 2/Lt. Arthur William, 9/R. West Surrey ... 

,, ,, SIMCOX, Pte. Charles Grosvenor, i /Artists ... Died at Rotten 

5. WHEATE, 2/Lt. Arthur,* i /East Lancashire ... Near Hannah, Mesopotamia 

9. WILLIAMS, 2/Lt. Donald Matthew, i2(9)R. Warwick 

18. MOSSE, 2/Lt. Philip Godfrey, I3/R. Warwick (East Lanes.) 

19. JOHNSON, 2/Lt. Wilfred Lloyd, 2/Border ... ... Near Mametz 

ar. HITCHCOCK, 2/Lt. Cyril Augustus, i /Shropshire L.I. Near Ypres 

22. JOHNSTON, 2/Lt. Alec, i /Shropshire L.I. On Ypres-Langemarch Road 

* Died of Wounds. 



ARTISTS' RIFLES, 1916. 



1916. 

Apr. 24. MAYBKOOK, 2/Lt. Walter Richard, i/\Vilts ... On Vimy Ridge 

,, 29. READING, 2/Lt. John Francis, y/Worcester ... Near Hebuterne 

May 3. MORLAND, 2/Lt. Leonard Mark, lo/West Yorks 

4. WYATT, 2/Lt. William Herbert, i/East Yorks 

,, 9. BRACHER, Pte. William Victor Allen, Artists 

10. JENSEN, 2/Lt. Cyril Thornton, 25/Manchester (T.M.B.) 

12. FISCHER, 2/Lt. Alexander William, i/Devon 

13. GOULD, 2/Lt. Arthur, i3/Cheshire 

1 8. CHRISTMAS, Capt. Bernard Lovell, 3/London ... 

19. YOUNG, 2/Lt. Leonard Geo. Birmingham, lo/Cheshire 

21. MILLER, Lieut. John Lockhart, 8/London ... 
,, POTTER, 2/Lt. Frederick John, 8/London ... 

22. HILLYER, Capt. William Harold, j R. Engineers 

23. HUNTER, 2/Lt. Alexander Forbes, 2i/London 
25. RUCK, 2/Lt. John Arthur, R.F.C, 

28. HALLWARD, 2/Lt. Kenneth Leslie, 3/Worcester 

June i. SKERRY, 2/Lt. James Beadnell, ly/Middlesex 

2. STREET, 2/Lt. Edmund Algar, 22/Manchester 

3. TnoiMPSON, 2/Lt. Charles Henry, 2/Durham L.I. 

., DICKENS, Pte. Aubrey John Edward, i /Artists 

4. MADDOCKS, Lieut. John Anslow, I5/R. \Var\vick 

,, TOWNSEND, 2/Lt. Thomas, i/East Yorks ... 

., 13. DODDS, 2/Lt. Herbert Alex. Christopher, 5/ York & Lanes. 

,, 17. MONTGOMERY, a/Lt. Norman Stevenson, 2/Coldstream Gds. 

., 27. LANGFORD, 2/Lt. Wallace George,* i8/K.R.R.C. 

,, 28. GETHIN, 2/Lt. Percy Francis, 3/Devon 

., 30. BURNETT, 2/Lt. Charles Guy Arbouin, 7/Northumb. Fus. 

July i. ALLEN, 2/Lt. Geoffrey Austin, 2/Essex 

,, BROCKLEHURST, Capt. Thomas Pownall, 2/R. West Surrey 

,, BURTON, 2/1, t. Cyril Henry, y/Notts & Derby 

CHURCHFIELD, 2/Lt. Sidney Percival, 4/Middlesex ... 

,, ELLIOTT, 2/Lt. Philip Maurice, 3/Middlesex 

,, GILES, 2/Lt. Geoffrey, 2/Gordon Highlanders 

,, GODFREY, 2/Lt. Victor, 2/R. Scots Fusiliers 

,, GOODCHILD, 2/Lt. Stanley Cecil, 2/Essex ... 

,, HORSNELL, 2/Lt. Alick George, y/Suffolk ... 

HOWE, 2/Lt. Charles Kingsley, 6/R. Berks .. 

,, JEFFCOCK, Capt. Robert Salisbury, 6/S. Stafford 

JONES, 2/Lt. Kenneth Champion, i/East Lancashire 

,, MALLET, 2/Lt. Eric Sydney, i/East Lancashire 

,, MIDDLEDITCH, Lieut. Archibald Milne, 1 2/Essex 

MUSGROVE, Lieut. G. H. Stuart, 8/East Surrey ... Near Montauban 

NEWCOMBE, Lieut. Richard Clyde Davies, i/E.Lancs. (M.G.C.) Battle of Somme 

PILGRIM, 2/Lt. Henry Bastick, i3/London 

RUSHTON, 2/Lt. Frank Gregson, 8/Wilts (T.M.B.) ... Near Fr icon rt 

,, SPA TZ, 2/Lt. Walter Rudolph, 2/Middlesex ... Near La Boiselle 

THOMAS, Capt. Henrich William Max, i/East Lanes. ... Near Keanmont-Hamel 

* Died of Wounds. 



Near Friconrt 
Died 

Near Vaux 



On Vimy Ridge 

On Vimy Ridge 

On Vimy Ridge 

Accident 

On Vimy Ridge 

Near Mametz 

Ypres 

Died in France 

Near Arras 

,, Friconrt 

Died 



Near Mametz 
Near \Vyteschaete 

Near Mametz 



Near La Boiselle 

Battle of Som me 

Near Montauban 

Battle of Somme 

Battle of Somme 

11 

Near Beaumont- Hamel 



ROLL OF HONOUR 



1916. 

July i. 



9- 



IO. 



27. 

)> 

> 

28. 



WARNER, 2/Lt. Archibald, 5/London 
WILSON, 2/Lt. John, 2/Middlesex 
YATES, 2/Lt. Arthur Gerald Vavasour, i6/London . 
COY, z/Lt. Alfred Reginald, y/West Yorks ... 
DICKINSON, Capt. George Sidney, 7/Lincoln 
EAMES, Lieut. Arthur H., i/East Yorks 
FLINT, 2/Lt. Charles William, 26/Northumb. Fusiliers 
ROGERS, 2/Lt. Robert Murray, 8/K.R.R.C. 
SPINNEY, Lieut. Ronald Henry,* 2/Coldstream Guards 
WRIGHT, 2/Lt. Edwin Stanley, 7/Suffolk 
REACHER, Capt. Stanley William,* n/R. Warwick (i6/R.B.) 
COOMBES, 2/Lt. Claude Stuart,* 6/R. West Kent 
CONWAY, 2/Lt. Joseph Michael, 7/R. Lancaster 
CULLING, 2/Lt. Harold William, 9/W. Riding 
HARRISON, 2/Lt. Wm. Stanford Bennett, 9/L. N. Lanes. 
LONGSTAFF, 2/Lt. Jack Campbell, 5/York & Lancaster 
MOORE, 2/Lt. Kenneth Hartley, 6/Dorset 
PEECOCK, 2/Lt. Edward Gordon, 9/R. Fusiliers 
STRIBLING, 2/Lt. Frederick George," i/Notts & Derby 
HAEFFNER, 2/Lt. Frederick Wilfred, R.F.A. 
HUNTER, 2/Lt. James Whitaker, 5/Northampton 
SNOWDEN, Lieut. Reginald Wallace, 8/S. Stafford 
VOKINS, 2/Lt. Kean Esse, n/R. Warwick 
HORNE, 2/Lt. James Anthony, i6/London 
JOB, Capt Ernest Dalzel, i/Artists (M.G.C.) 
HAMILTON, 2/Lt. Noel Crawford, 6/Northampton 
SAMUEL, Capt. Gerard Steuart, 8/East Yorks 
DEEDES, Capt. Herbert Philip, i6/K.R.R.C. 
SIMPKIN, 2/Lt. Reginald John Henry, 5/R. Warwick 
ALLANSON, 2/Lt. Henry Peter, i/Suffolk 
MURRAY, 2/Lt. Edward Douglas,* n/R. Highlanders 
BROWN, 2/Lt. Francis Arthur Noel, 7 /Worcester 
FLEMING, 2/Lt. John Allister,* i/R. West Kent 
LEATHERDALE, 2/Lt. Donald Ryan, i/R. West Kent 
SANDERSON, 2/Lt. Gerald Stanley, n/London 
BALDERSON, 2/Lt. Henry Leslie Paxton, 8/Devon (Gloucester) 
Fox, 2/Lt. Douglas Charles, i/Northumberland Fusiliers 
VINCENT, 2/Lt. Basil Britten, 8/Gloucester 
WOOD, 2/Lt. David Cardale, 8/Gloucester ... 
CHAMPNESS, Pte. Bernard, Artists (13/1 ondon) 
HELLICAR, 2/Lt. Geoffrey Theodore, 2o/London 
MARTIN, r/Lt. Ernest William, i /Norfolk ... 
BAKER,: Lt. Arthur William, 5/ Yorkshire L.I. 
DICKINSON, 2/Lt. Colin James Henry, 15 /Cheshire ... 
BALLARD, 2 /Lt. Robert Francis Cooper, 2/Bedford . 
PLESTED, z/Lt. Horace George, 4/Manchester 
SHARPE, 2 /Lt. Gerald Norman, 4/York & Lancaster . 

* Died of Wounds. 



Near Hebuterne 
Near La Boiselle 

Near Pozieres Wood 
Fricourt Wood 
Battle of Somme 



Near Abeele 

Near Festubert 
Battle of Somme 

Near La Boiselle 
Battle of Somme 

Near La Boiselle 

Near Mametz Wood 
Battle of So >n me 



Near Mametz Wood 
Battle of Somme 
Near Gommecouvt 

Near Mametz Wood 
Battle of Somme 



At Longueval (i4th} 
Near Ovillers 
At High Wood 



Near Pozieres 
Near Longueval 



Near Arras 
Near Longueval 

At Trones Wood 



ARTISTS' RIFLES, 1916. 



1916. 

Aug. 4. TODD, 2/Lt. Charles Leslie Morgan, * 4/8. Lancashire In France (jrd) 

,, ,, MILES, 2/Lt. Harold Gordon, lo/D.C L.I. 

,, 7. WILSON, Lieut. Robert Philip, 6/East Yorks 

,, 8. BISHOP, 2/Lt. Keith Ford, R.G.A. 

,, 9. WALKER, 2/Lt. Richard, 5/Lancashire Fusiliers 

,, 10. THACKERAY, L/Cpl. Lance, Artists ... ... Died 

ii. WARD, 2/Lt. Norman John, n /R.Warwick ... Near Eazentin-le- Petit 

,, 12. GUMNER, 2/Lt. Basil Austin, y/Liverpool ... ... Near Pozieres 

,, POOLEY, 2/Lt. Robin Mark, 9; Liverpool ... ... ,, ,, 

,, 14. PHILLIPS, 2/Lt, Sydney Vernon, io(7)Leicester ... Near Arras 

,, ROEBER, 2/Lt. David Arnold, 3(7)Bedford .. Near Armentieres 

,, 15. TURNER, 2/Lt. Ronald, 5/Essex ... 

,, 1 6. DOVE, 2/Lt. Sydney Ernest, 6/R. West Kent 

,, 17. FORBES, Lieut. Alexander Stuart, lo/'Seaforth (M.G.C.) 

1 8. MORRISH, 2/Lt. Donald Bernard, 6/ Yorkshire L. I. (T.M.B.) 

20. BIRD, 2/Lt. Stanley Treadgold,* 7/K.R.R.C. ... On the Ancre 

24. FARRAN, 2/Lt. Charles, 9/K.R.R.C. ... ... Near Longneval 

,, WARING, 2/Lt. Frank/ 5/York & Lancaster ... ... At Rouen 

27. FARQUHARSON, 2/Lt. Hugh Joseph, I/Norfolk Died at Basra, Mesopotamia 

28. JARVIS, Capt. Ernest Cory. 6/S. Lancashire ... Near Thicpral 

Sept. i. HOOD, 2/Lt. Oswald, lo/R. Sussex 

,, 3. FISH, 2/Lt. Barrow Edmondson, n/R. Sussex 

,, ,, FORBES, Capt. Alec, 2/R. Warwick 

,, HAWTREY, Lieut. Ralph, 8/Northampton (R.E.) 

., ,, MILES, Capt. Herbert Francis, 2/K.O.S.B. ... 

,, ,, PENNY, 2/Lt. George, 8/West Yorks 

9. APERGIS, 2/Lt. Tasso Scott, to/London 

,, ,, BOWERMAN, Lieut. Arthur James, 8/Somerset L.I. (R.F.C.) 

,, ESSEX, 2/Lt. Percy Clifford, 5/Lancashire Fusiliers ... Ginchy^ on Soiniiie 

,, ,, FALBY, 2/Lt. Kdward Frederick, 4/L. N. Lancashire 

,, ,, GODFREY, 2/Lt. Henry, 5/Lancashire Fusiliers 

,, ,, HENNA, 2/Lt. John Ramsay, 3(6)R. Irish 

,, ,, JACKSON, 2/Lt. John Henry, 5 Lancashire Fusiliers ... 

,, ,, WAKELEY, 2/Lt. John Eric Stanley,* I/Gloucester 

,, 13. ALLEN, 2/Lt. Maurice Reginald, 2/Notts & Derby ... Battle of Somme 

,, REYNOLDS, 2/Lt. Frank, 2/Notts & Derby (T.M.B.) ... 

., 14. KENNEDY, 2/Lt. John Gilbert, i/Leicester ... Near Ginchy 

,, ,, MALLOCH, 2/Lt. David, R. Engineers ... ... Battle of Somme 

,, ,, SIM, 2/Lt. Lancelot George EarJe. i/Grenadier Guards Near Flers 

,, 15. ARBUTHNOT, Lieut. John, 2/Grenadier Guards ... Battle of Somme 

,, ,, DICKINSON. 2/Lt. Lionel St. Clair, i/London ... Near High Wood 

,, ,, GRISSELL, 2/Lt. Francis, 5/Coldstream Guards 

,, ,, HILLS, 2/Lt. Malcolm Arthur, i/East Kent ... Battle of Somme 

,, ,, HOOLE, 2/Lt. Geoffrey,* i5/London ... ... Near High Wood 

,, ,, JOHNSON, 2/Lt. Francis Hugh, ig/London ,, ,, 

,, ,, KENNEDY, 2/Lt. Lancelot R. A. E., 8/London ... ,, 

,, ,, LANGFORD, 2/Lt. John Joseph, 18, K.R.R.C. ... Near 

* Died of Wounds. 



I0 ROLL OF HONOUR 



191G. 

Sept. 15. LIVERMORE, 2/Lt. Ernest Bernard, 24/London ... Battle of Sonunc 

NELSON, 2/Lt. Harry, 20/London 
NIVISON, 2/Lt. Robert Butler, 2I/K.R.R.C. ... Near Flers 

ROWSON, 2/Lt. Tom Hollingworth, i 9/London . . Near High Wood 

TERRY, Capt. John Norman, 6/London ... ... Near Flers 

TOWSE, Capt. William Norman, 4/London ... Near High Wood 

1 6. BAXTER, 2/Lt. Rowland Percival, 5/Border ... ,, Martinpnich 

HOBBS, 2/Lt. Geoffrey Harold Chapman, 7/Dorset (6/Somerset L.J.) 
MAIDEN, 2/Lt. Albert Augustus, 6/Yorkshire L.I. ... 

,, MATTHEWS, 2/Lt. Edward Philip,* 8/Rifle Brigade ... 

,, MAXWELL, 2/Lt. Wellwood,* 2o/London ... ... Near High }]\>od 

,, PETLEY, Capt. Hugh, i/London ... ... Battle of Sotiwie 

1 8. FELTHAM, 2/Lt. Alan, 5/Border 

19. MuNRO,Lieut. Ronald George,* >J< iS/London (i/Irish Gds) B.qf Somme (i^t/i} 
22. STONE, 2/Lt. Oliver John, R.F.A. ... ... In Fiance 

25. FLOWER, Lieut. Alfred Chegwin,* 4/Grenadier Guards 
,, GRIMSDELL, 2/Lt. Reginald Edward, 4/London 

LOCK, 2/Lt. James Alexander, 3i(io)Northumb. Fusiliers 

26. CARD, 2/Lt. Arthur Henry, >fc i2/Middlesex 

,, WILKINSON, 2/Lt. Ambrose Joseph, 6(i2)Middlesex ... 

27. GIBSON, 2/Lt. Alewyn Morland,* 6/VVest Yorks ... Near Thicp-val 
RICHARDS, 2/Lt. Charles Walker, 8/Liverpool ... ,, Flers 
ROBERTS, 2/Lt. Thomas William, 7/R. West Kent ... At Sckwaben Redoubt 

28. BENTON, 2/Lt. John Walford, n/Notts & Derby 

,, BLISS, 2/Lt. Francis Kennard, R.F.A. ... ... Near Thiepval 

29. FRICKER, 2/Lt. Edwin, 7/R. West Kent ... ... At Schwaben\Redotibt 

30. BARTRUM, 2/Lt. Arthur Alan, 8/East Surrey 

., CLARKE, 2/Lt. Thomas Purcell, 6/York & Lancaster ... 
O t. i. BULL, 2/Lt. Joseph William,* 2/East Lancashire (R.E.) Died at Rouen 

,, CLARKE, 2/Lt. Edwin Alfred,* 2o/I,ondon ... 

2. GUTTERIDGE, 2/Lt. Richard Howard, 9/London 

,, SPINNEY, 2/Lt. Frank,* 2/R. Scots ... ... Near Salonika 

3. LLOYD, 2/Lt. Francis Burrows, 2/Devon 

5. COOK, Capt. Percy Mellows, i8/K.R.R.C. ... Near Flers 

,, GOLDS, 2/Lt. Frank, n/East Surrey (R. Sussex) ... ,, ,, 

7. BATH, 2/Lt. Reginald Frederick, lo/London ... Near le Transloy 

,, CHRISTMAS, 2/Lt. Edwin Cecil Russell, i8/K.R.R.C. 

DURSTON, 2/Lt. Charles Giles, i2/London 

,, HALL, 2/Lt. Norman de Havilland,* i/Suffolk ... Near Salonika 

LAYCOCK, 2/Lt. Joseph Harris, i8/K.R.R.C. 

MADDOCK, 2/Lt. Owen Loftus, 9/London ... Near Les Baufs 

Moss, 2/Lt. Reginald Barnes Newton, 8/East Kent ... ,, Guedecourt 

PURVER, Capt. Bernard Arthur, u/R. West Kent ...NearEaucourtL' Abbaye 
RIDGEWAY, 2/Lt. Henry Collinson, 7/London ... Near Warlencoiirt 

RIDGWAY, 2/Lt. William, i8/K.R.R.C. ... : ^ 

STUART, 2/Lt. William Esme Montague, 6/R. West Kent Near Guedecourt 
WILLIAMS, 2/Lt. Harold Edward, i /London 

* Died of Wounds. 



ARTISTS' RIFLES, 1916. 



II 



1916. 

Oct. 7. 



Near Les Botufs 



N v. 



9- 

IO. 

ii. 

12. 
13- 

1 6. 
18. 

19. 

23- 

2 5- 
26. 
27. 
r. 

3- 
,> 
6. 



9- 
10. 

ii. 



14. 



1 8. 



22. 

23- 
26. 

27- 



Salonica (7th] 



Eaucourt L Abbaye 



WILLIS, 2/Lt. Cyril Louis, i2/London ... 
GLOVER, 2/Lt. Cyril John,* to/London 
GLUCKMAN, Lieut Philip, 25/London 
KILNEK, 2/Lt. Charles Usher,* i/Suffolk ... 
LUDLOW, 2/Lt. Lionel, 9/London 
OAKENFULL, 2/Lt. Herbert Joseph, lo/London 
TURNER, Pte. Penrhyn Godfrey, 22/London 
WARREN, 2/Lt. Alan Rowland, p/London 

MANN, 2/Lt. Robert Leonard, 3(1 6)R. Welch Fusiliers 

PARSLOW, 2/Lt. Albert Jack,* g/London ... . Near Les Bteufs 

SANDERSON, Capt. Sydney Charles, iS/London ...NearNenville-St.-Vaast 
CLARKE, 2/Lt. Vincent Charles,* ic/Durham L.I. ... Wounded 7 th 

COBB, 2/Lt. Reginald, 9/R. Berks ... ... Near Flers 

PHILLIPS, 2/Lt. Fenton Ellis Stanley,* 3/Devon (R.F.C.) 

CARRE, Lieut. Edward Mervyn, 8/Lincoln (R.F.C.) ... 

PAGE, 2/Lt. John Canler, g/Norfolk 

PALMER, 2/Lt. John Stanley,* 2/Durham L.I. 

PAGE, 2/Lt. Thomas Spencer, 9/Norfolk (T.M.B.) ... 

MEACOCK, 2/Lt. Robert Hugh,* ip/Durham L.I. 

MARSHALL, 2/Lt. John Hamilton, 2/East Lancashire... 

HOARE, Capt. Walter John Gerald, D.S O., 1 1/ X . Fus. 

PEART, Pte. Robert Eustace, i/Artists 

JAMES, 2/Lt. Meredith Charles Clifton,* i /Worcester... 

PERRY, 2/Lt. Kenneth George,* 3/K. Sussex 

ELTHAM, Lieut. Charles William, i/R. West Surrey ... 

STYER, Pte. Wilfred Henry, i/Artists 

BENNETT, Lieut. Albert Henry, 6/Notts & Derby 

HARRIS, Lieut. Henry James Lawrence, i4/Hampshire 

COWPER, 2/Lt. Leonard Harris,* 32(2o)Northumb. Fus. 

OPPENHEIMER, Lieut. Lehman James, 23/ London ... 

VERNON, 2/Lt. Frank Lawson, i2/Loyal N. Lanes. ... 

STOODLEY, 2/Lt. Percy Ballard, 2 /Wilts. 

ANDERSON, 2/Lt. William Wallace, R.F.A. 

DUDLEY, 2/Lt. Noel Montague Charles,* 5 /Liver pool.. 

REDDICK, Sub-Lt. George Adam, R.N.V. R. 

STEDMAN, 2/Lt. William Walter Thomas, i8/London 

WAGNER, Sub-Lt.Caspar Henry Granville, R.N.V. K. 

BOYS, Lieut. Richard Harvey, 2/Bedford ... 

WILKINSON, 2/Lt. William Donald, 5/Essex (i3/R. B.) 

WALTON, 2/Lt. Leon Maitland, 4/Loyal N. Lanes. 

BARTHOLOMEW, 2/Lt. Benjamin James, 4/Cameron H. 

BOLTON, 2/Lt. Gilbert Benson, 8/N. Stafford 

JAMES, 2/Lt. Samuel Forest, 8/Gloucester... 

HORSEY, 2/Lt. Cyril James, 7/8. Lancashire 

KERR, 2/Lt. Robert Thomas, 4/York & Lancaster ... 

Cox, Pte. Francis Daulman,* i/Artists 

DESLANDES, 2/Lt. Denis George, 7/East Surrey 
* Died of Wounds. 



Near Guedeconrt 



In France 



Accident in France 
Near Guedeconrt 



Accident in France 



In France 
Died 
Accident 

Died on the Doiran Front 
Near GivencJiy 

Near Beaumont-Hamel 
In France 



In Flanders 



Near Grandcourt 



In France 



12 



ROLL OF HONOUR 



1916. 
Nov. 27. 
29. 



Dec. 



2. 

1 8. 

20. 



2 3- 
26. 



HEDGECOCK, Pte. Samuel, Artists 

COLLEY, 2/Lt. Douglas James, 6/Liverpool . . . 

BRKDE, Pte. Charles Robert, i/Artists 

WATKINS, Pte. James Henry, i/Artists (R. W. Kent) .. 

MERRETT, 2/Lt. Arthur Edwin, 3/Hampshire 

CALLANAN, 2/Lt. Michael, 3/R. Munster Fusiliers 

KING-STEPHENS, 2/Lt. Lionel Eustace,* 8/Notts & Derby 

READ, 2/Lt. Leonard St. Clair, n /Essex ... 

CARNE, 2/Lt. Maxwell Halford,* 2/D.C.L.I. 

DAWS, 2/Lt. Harold, lo/Durham LI. 

SMITH, 2/Lt. John Richard Gutteridge,* 8/Northumb. Fus. 



Died 



Died 



Died while P.O.W. 



Near Amis 



1917. 



1917. 
Jan. 10. 

55 55 

II. 

12. 

16. 

21. 

55 55 

24. 

25. 

26. 



,5 30. 

Feb. 4. 
6. 



10. 
ii. 

12. 

5J 

H- 



21. 
23- 

27- 



ANNAND, Capt. Alan Young, i/Highland L.I. 
LOFTING, 2/Lt. Charles Edgar, 8/Northumb. Fusiliers 
WOOD, Capt. John Patrick Hamilton, 22/Manchester 
THIERRY, 2/Lt. Frederick George, R.F.C. 
THOMPSON, 2/Lt. Frank Dickinson, i5/London 
THOMPSON, 2/Lt. Richard Seward, i8/London 
BALL, 2/Lt. Thomas Harold, General List 
WILLIAMS, 2/Lt. Harold Osborne, ^/Middlesex 
STIVEN, 2/Lt. Albert, 2/R. Scots Fusiliers... 
CALLENDER, Capt. George Wilfred, i3/ Worcester 
FERGUSON, 2/Lt. Douglas Chalmers,* lo/Highland L.I. 
PHILLIPS, 2/Lt. Reginald Gurwen, 8/East Kent 
SHARPE, 2/Lt. Henry Norman, 3/Leicester (R.F.C.) ... 
ELLEN, Capt. Eric Adrian, 2/East Lancashire 
UNDERWOOD, 2/Lt. Cyril Charles, y/Worcester (8/R. Warwick) 
O'MEARA, 2/Lt. Leon Alfred, 3(6)East Lancashire 
THOMPSON, 2/Lt. Cecil Victor, 6/East Lancashire 
DRAPER, 2/Lt. Mark Denman, R.F.C. 
JACKSON, 2/Lt. Arthur, R.F.C. 
LAWRENCE, Pte. Evnn Ernest, Artists 
Rix, Capt. Leslie Gordon, 4/ London 
CURTIS, 2/Lt. Henry Thomas, 24/London ., 
GLYNN, 2 /Lt. Alfred Henry,* is/London (Yorkshire L.I.) 
TURNER, Pte. Edward Ricketts, Artists 
YOKES, 2/Lt. Basil, Bucks Bn./Oxford & Bucks L.I. ... 
BIRCH, 2/Lt. Arthur, 6/R. Berks... 
BIRD, 2/Lt. Charles Edwin, 5 /Essex (8/Suffolk) 
COOPER, 2/Lt. George Spencer, 6/Northampton 
TUCKER, Pte. John d'Anter, Artists (K.Q S.B.) 
SAMSON, Sgt. Clyde Alfred, i/Artists 
ADAMS, Lieut. John Bernard Pye,* i/R. Welch Fusiliers 
* Died of Wounds. 



At Kut-el-Amara 
In France 



In France 
Accident 

Near Martinpuich 
At Kut-el-Amara 
At Rouen 

At Croydon 



At Kut-el-Amara 

55 ?5 

Accident 

Accident at Netheravon 
Died 

Ntar Mervilie 
Near Serre 

it >> 

Died 

Near Peronne 
Near Grandcourt 
,, Mireautnont 
Jn France 
Roelincourt, Arras 
Died 
At Piiisienx-le-Mout 



ARTISTS' RIFLES, 1917. 



1917. 

Feb. 27. BuLKELEY-HuGHES, Capt. Geo. Montagu Warren, I2/K.R.R.C. Near Ginchy 

MACKAIN, 2/Lt. Henry Fergus, R.F.C. 

28. ASTINGTON, 2/Lt. Thomas Jeffery, 3/East Surrey ... Near fries 

,, SILMON, 2/Lt. William Osman de Weld, 8/West York -Near Achiet-le-Petit 

Mar. 2. SHIELD, 2/Lt. William James, 6/Liverpool 

4. BIRTLES, Capt. Rowland Powell, i/ Worcester ... Near Bouchavesnes 
,, MAHONEY, Lieut. James," 9/R. West Surrey 

6. WHIDBOURNE, Pte. George Warren, i/Artists ... Died at Etaples 

7. MORTER, Pte. Alan Gordon, i/Artists ... ... Died 

9. GATES, 2/Lt. George Edward, V.C., 2/Rifle Brigade ... Near Ham 

10. BRAZIER, 2/Lt. Anthony David Cecil, i/R. Berks ... Near Grevillers 

11. SMITH, 2/Lt. Colin, R.F.C. .. ... ... Over South Carlton 

13. CURRIE, 2/Lt. James Alexander Vance, lo/London ... In France 

14. TAYLOR, 2/Lt. Leonard Frank, 5/8. Stafford ... Near Eucquoy 
17. JOHNSON, 2/Lt. William Stanley,"'" 3(7)East Surrey ... ,, Arras 
21. LANDER, Pte. John Herbert, i/ Artists ... ... Died 

24. BOUIE, 2/Lt. Jean Augustine Andre, R.F.C. 

25. CHUTER, Lieut. Harry Athelstan, 2/R. Fusiliers (R.F.C.) 

26. FRANKENSTEIN, 2/Lt. Oscar Reginald, 5/Welch ... At Gaza, Palestine 
, 5> SPICER, Capt. Robert William, 4/R. West Surrey ... 

30. DAVIS, 2/Lt. Percy Warren Theo, i/East Kent 

31. COATES, Pte. Bertram Noel, Artists ... ... Died 

RATCLIFF, 2/Lt. Sydney Arthur, R.F.A. 

Apr. i. COLLINS, 2/Lt. Arthur Duppa, R.F.C ... Near Meaulte 

,, 2. MARGOLIOUTH, 2/Lt. Alfred Henry, 5/Yorkshire L.I. (R.F.C.) Near Cambrai 
MINSHULL, Capt. John Lewis, 3/London ... ... Near Agny 

PAPWORTH, 2/Lt. Alfred Wyatt, R.E. 

RICHARDS, 2/Lt. Ernest Harry, 2i/Manchester 

TOWERS, 2/Lt. Wilfred Goodwin, 4/Manchester ... Near Croisilles 

WRIGHT, 2/Lt. Edward Frank Macer, 4/Northumb. Fus. ,, Arras 

5. BLACKBURN, Lieut. Harry Dudley, i/R. Berks (R.F.C.) Near La Bassee 
,, HEPPELL, 2/Lt. Henry Denby, 4/R. Berks... ... ,, Roussoy 

,, MEADE, 2/Lt. Cyril, 5/Gloucester 

6. DADSWELL, Pte. James Arnold, i/Artists ... ... Died in France 

DAVIES, 2/Lt. Robert Wm. Marengwyn, 22/Northumb. Fus. (R.F.C.) 

DAY, Lieut. William Leonard, 2/Border (R.F.C.) ... Near Bois-Bernardi 

7. WILSON, 2/Lt. Harold Benjamin, i8/London ... In Yprcs Salient 
9. ABERCASIS, 2/Lt. Arthur, 6/Somerset L.I. .. ... Battle of Arras 

BARTON, 2/Lt. George Frank, 7/Norfolk ... ... 

,, BOLITHO, 2/Lt. Victor Ayling, Household Battalion ... ,, ,, 

,, BROWNE, 2/Lt. Langford Kyfrm, 25/Northumb. Fusiliers 

CALKIN, 2/Lt. John Ernest, 22/Northumb. Fusiliers ... ,, ,, 

,, GRIFFEN, 2/Lt. Harold Samuel,* 9/Shropshire L.I. ... 

,, HOLLOWAY, Lieut. Leonard, 2o/Northumb. Fusiliers... 

ISAACS. 2/Lt. Henry Roland, 4/Suffolk 

LEE, 2/Lt. Percy William, 5/Shropshire L. I. 

., NOWELL, 2/Lt. Wilfred James, R.F.A. ... ... Battle of Arras 

* Died of Wounds. 



I4 ROLL OF HONOUR 



1917. 
Apr. 9. PARKER, 2/Lt. Geoffrey, i o/ Loyal N. Lancashire ... Near Metz-en-Couture 

,, ,, PEEBLES, 2/Lt. Percy Norman, i2/London... ... 1$ at tie of Arras 

PENROSE, Capt. George Ahvyn, 8/R. West Surrey ... On Vimy Ridge 

PROBERT, 2/Lt. Arthur James, 25/Northumb. Fusiliers Battle of Arras 

Ross, 2/Lt. James Kenneth,- R.F.C. ... ... Died while P.O. \V. 

THOMAS, 2/Lt. Philip Edward, R.G.A. ... ... Battle of Arras 

WEBB, 2/Lt. Arthur Pelham, 5/Shropshire L.I. ... ,, 

WILSON, 2/Lt. Charles George Gordon, 9/Scottish Rifles 

10. MCCLARENCE, 2/Lt. Stanley, 2 y/Northumb. Fusiliers... Battle of Arras 
WATERHOUSE, 2/Lt. Gilbert Wilmot,* 6/R. West Kent 

11. BENNETT, 2/Lt. William Henry, 8/Notts & Derby 

BROUGHTON, 2/Lt. Thomas Dugdale, y/Yorkshire L I. Near Bray 

,, COPPIN, Capt. Richard Alfred, 6/R. West Surrey ... Near Monchy-le-Prenx 
GOODMAN, 2/Lt. Joseph, 5/R. Lancaster (L.N. Lanes.) Near ftullecourt 

McKiE, 2/Lt. Douglas Hamlin, :;c 27/Northumb. Fusiliers 

12. LEMON, 2/Lt. Lionel Theodore, 6/Dorset ... ... Battle of Arras 

MACOUART, 2/Lt. John, i2/Royal Scots 

MOORE, 2/Lt. Albert Reginald, 8/West Yorks 

,, SHAVE, 2/Lt. Leslie Harrie, 6/Dorset ... ... Near Arras 

13. BEADELL, 2/Lt. Alfred George, 4/Gloucester 

,, CROUCH, 2/Lt. William Ballard, K.G.A. ... ... Battle 'of 'At ras 

,, GILLESPIE, 2/Lt.Gordon Wood, 9/Middlesex(R.F.C.) Presumed Kl A on Somine 
TWEEDY, 2/Lt. Gerald Vincent, n/Border AtFayet, near St. Qnentin 

14. BAKER, 2/Lt. Thomas Sidney, i6/London ... Near Wancourt 
,, BENSTEAD, 2/Lt Henry Edwin, 7/London 

BOULTING, 2/Lt. Stanley Ernest, 4/Suffolk (T.M.B.) Accident near Ypres 

,, FENNELL, Pte. Linton Albert Ramsay, Artists ... Died 

GRAY, 2/Lt. Cyrus Keswick, i8/London ... ... Battle of Arras 

,, HARVEY-JAMES, Capt. Arthur Keedwill, i/ East Kent Near Loos 

HOBSON, 2/Lt. Geoffrey Hamilton,* i/ Hampshire ... Battle of Arras (ytli) 
,, PICKLES, 2/Lt. Harry, 4/Border 

,, RICHENS, Lieut. Richard Ivor,* i8/ London ... Near Wancourt 

,, YEATES, Lieut. Stanley Charles, i6/London ... ,, 

15. MITCHELL, Pte. Herbert Arnold, i/Artists ... Died 
,, PRESCOTT, 2/Lt. Reginald Julius, iS/Lancashire Fusiliers Battle of Arras 

1 6. DAVIS, 2/Lt. Uriah Philip/ to/London ... ... Near He nine I 

17. SIDDALL, 2/Lt. Thomas Arthur,* 25/London ... Battle of Arras (i6tk] 
TWEDDLE, 2/Lt. William John, 7 /Essex (T.M.B ) ... '.Year Venuclles 

UNDERWOOD, 2/Lt. John,* 8/Leicester ... 

., VAUGHAN, 2/Lt. Richard Cresswell, 8/R. West Kent 

WILSON, 2/Lt. Cecil Eustace, R.F.C. ... ... In France 

18. HARDIE, 2/Lt. William,* 4(1 3)Lancashire Fusiliers ... 

19. DEHN, 2/Lt. Thomas George Rudolph,* 3/Wilts (2/R. Berks) Wounded 4th 
,, GRICE, 2/Lt. Leslie Clark,- R.F. A. 

WILLIAMSON, 2/Lt. Kenneth Harper,- 7/K.R.R.C. ... At Etaples 

20. RODNEY, 2/Lt. Burnett William, ii/R. West Kent ... 

22. BKSWICK, 2/Lt. John Charles,- i i/R. Lancaster ... Died while P. O. W. 

* Died of Wounds. 



ARTISTS' RIFLES, 1917. ,5 



1917. 

Apr. 22. HEBDEN, 2/Lt. George Spencer, i2/Leicester . . 

,, ,, O'SULLIVAN, 2/Lt. Horace Alexander, R.G.A. 

,, 23. BRUNSKILL, 2/Lt. John Jesmond, 12 (4) Worcester 

,, ,, CHATFIELD-CLARKE, 2/Lt. Horace Y., 2/8. Wales B : drs Xcar Monchy 

CORRIE, 2/Lt. William Ronald, i/East York ... Battle of Arras 

DICKINSON, 2/Lt. Walter Stanley, 8/Leicester 

HALCROW, Lieut. Arthur Palmer, 2/Hampshire ... battle of Arras 

,, JAMES, 2/Lt. Henry Stoddart, 5/Border 

JOSEPH, 2/Lt. John Rhys, R.F.C. ... ... Died 

KARSLAKE, 2/Lt. Harry Howard, 7 /Devon (U.C.L.I.) 

,, OWEN, Capt. John Morris, 2/R. Welch Fusiliers 

,, PEER, 2/Lt. Edmund Faithful!, 4/East Yorks 

PHILLIPS, 2/Lt. Reginald, 3(2)8. Wales Borderers ... Near Monchy 

,, SCOTT, 2/Lt. James Francis, i3/Royal Scots ... In France 

SHAW, Lieut. Bernard Lynton, 4/R. Welch Fus. (2/8. W.B.) Near Monchy 

,, SNYDER, 2/Lt. Lome, a/Hampshire 

24. HOWARD, 2/Lt. William Aloysius, y/K.O.S.B. 

,, LUCKHURST, 2/Lt. William Heartfield, 4/Yorkshire ... 

PEARS, 2/Lt. Norman, 6/Gloucester 

,, SCOTT, 2/Lt. Alexander, i3/Highland L.I. 

SEATH, Lieut. Douglas Ambrose, 2/Scottish Rifles ... 

25. BIRD, 2/Lt. Eric James,* 4/Worcester 

,, CHAFFEY, Pte. George Frederick, i/Artists ... In France 

,, GILBERT, Pte. Ernest Alfred, i /Artists ... At Yprcs 

HAZEL, 2/Lt. Dudley David Fraser, 6/ West Riding ... At Ecoust (i8th] 

26. MOORE, Lieut. Francis William,* *& lo/Devon 

27. BARTON, 2/Lt. Edwin William, 5/Lancashire Fusiliers Died 
,, CROKER, 2/Lt. Frederick Reginald, 6/Lanc. Fus. (R.F.C.) Combat over Lens 
,, STONIER, Lieut. William John, 2/Bedford (R.F.C.) ... Near Lens 
TUFT, Capt. Gerald Hugh, 6/Notts & Derby ... Near Hargicourt 

,, ,, WARRY, 2/Lt. John Lucas,* 8/Notts & Derby 

., 28. BELL, Lieut. Guy Bayford, 5/Lanc. Fusiliers (M.G.C.) Battle of Arras 

,, ELSOM, 2/Lt. Harold, i/Lincoln 

,, ,, STONEHOUSE, 2/Lt. Robert Alfred, 4/Loyal N. Lancashire Near Gavrel/es 

TAYLOR, 2/Lt. Herbert Samuel, Bucks Bn./Oxford & Bucks L.I. 

,, 29. GIBBS, 2/Lt. Horace Austin, i/R. Berks 

,, HAYES, Capt. Mortimer Frederick, 8/East Yorks ... Near Monchy-le-Preux 

,, OLVER, Lieut. John Dennis Circuit,^ R.F.A. ... On Vtmy Ridge 

,, 30. HICKSON, Capt. Reginald Davis,* >& 9/Essex ... Near Monchy-le-Preux 

May 2. CHOWNE, Capt. Gerald Henry Tilson* g/East Lancashire 

,, 3. CLIVELY, 2/Lt. John Harold, 4/York & Lancaster 

,, ,, LAMBERT, Lieut. Philip Felix, ^ 2/W. Riding ... Near fiullecouri 

,, ,, LOWDER, 2/Lt. Noel Reginald, i/R. Warwick 

,, ,, MARLOR, Lieut. Eric, 6/W. Riding 

,, ,, McGiBNEY, 2/Lt. Francis George, i/R. Irish Fusiliers 

,, PASSINGHAM, Lieut. Edward George, & i/Northumb. Fus. 

,, PATON, 2/Lt. Edward Kesson,* M.G.C. 

* Died of Wounds. 



16 



ROLL OF HONOUR 



1917. 
May 3. 



II 'on tided 2nd 



6. 
7- 



9- 
ji 

12. 

14. 

19. 
I) 



i) 

20. 

22. 

24- 

25- 
26. 



27. 
2 9 . 



SHEEN, 2/Lt. Cyril,* i2/Suffolk ... 

SLATER, 2/Lt. John Elwyn, 5/East Lancashire 

STOCK, 2/Lt. John Lancelot Walmesley,* 3/Dorset (Som. L.I.) 

WADE, 2/Lt. George Edward Ahern, g/Rifle Brigade 

WELSH, 2/Lt. Alexander Thorburn, 4/R. Welch Fus. 

FAUNCH, 2/Lt. Ernest Alfred, R.G.A. 

FOOT, 2/Lt. David Victor, R.F.C. 

GIBSON, 2/Lt. Cecil Mervyn, 5/York& Lancaster 

HALL, 2/Lt. Joseph Stanley,* i2/East Yorks 

MASON, 2/Lt. George, R.F.C. 

SYRETT, 2/Lt. Alfred Montague, i/R. Welch Fusiliers 

THEAK, 2/Lt. Horace Leonard,* n/Essex ... 

WHITAKER, 2/Lt. Foster, 5/Argyll & Suth'd Highlanders 

SANDFORD, 2/Lt. Charles J. Vavasour, 8/Middlesex 

WARHAM, 2/Lt. Joseph,* 5(8)K.R.R.C. 

MASSIE, 2/Lt. Sidney Edward, i/Somerset L.I. 

McCoRMicK, 2/Lt. Harry,* 5/East Lanes. (M.G.C.) ... 

SANDOE, 2/Lt. Montague William A., n/Devon 

STEPHENSON, 2/Lt. Hubert Victor, i/D.C.L.I. 

SMITH, 2/Lt. Gordon Hamilton, 8/Devon 

TREADWAY, 2/Lt. Harold Ligouer, I5/R. Warwick ... 

KNIGHT, 2/Lt. Edward James, 7/Lan. Fusiliers 

BARKER, 2/Lt. Theodore, 22/Manchester ... 

MERCHANT, 2/Lt. Arthur Douglas, R.F.C. 

HOLM, Lieut. Frank Diederick, R.E. 

COSSAR, 2/Lt. Norman Thomson, 7/Rifle Brigade 

ARMSTRONG, 2/Lt. Leonard William, 3/ Border 

BENNETT, 2/Lt. John Nichol, R.G.A. 

MACDONALD, 2/Lt. Alan Leslie, 8/Manchester 

WARNER, Lieut. Bernard Oldershaw, 3(i)Essex 

BEAUMONT, z/Lt. Charles Leslie, R.F.C. ... 

LISTER, 2/Lt. John Curtis, R.F.A. 

SMITH, 2/Lt. Harold Benjamin,* 7/London 

KELLER, Lieut. Francis Frederick,* 6/London 

WILLIAMS, Lieut. Henry Evan Vincent," 2/London 

CLARK, Capt. Walter Llewellyn, ^/Middlesex (R.F.C.) 

GOODYEAR, 2/Lt. Frederick,* 2/Essex ... ... Near Fampoux (jrd) 

COPE, 2/Lt. Gerald Quin,* 9/Manchester ... ... Wounded jt/i 

GARDNER, Pte. Richard Percy," i/ Artists ... ... In France 

JOHNSON, 2/Lt. Stanley Morrell, R.F.C. ... ... Accident over Dover 

CAMPBELL, Capt. Guy, <% M.G.C. ... ... Died 

COCK, Pte. Edward Millar, i/Artists ... ... In France 

MAC ANDREW, Pte. William Forsyth, 2/Artists ... Died 

SIMPSON, 2/Lt. Rolf, 6(i8)K.R.R.C. ... ... Near Ypres 

COATES, 2/Lt. Sidney, R.F.C. 
WALKER, 2/Lt. Vernon Lee, 8/East Lancashire 

WAY, 2/Lt. Robert Edward Allen,* lO/Loyal N. Lanes. In France 

* Died of Wounds. 



Near U'ancourt 



Accident over Montrose 



Accident 
In France 



Battle of Arras 

Died while P.O. IV. 
Near Bullecourt 

Near Bullecourt 
Xear Oppy 



Accident 



Xear Monchy-le-Prcnx 

Near La Bassee 
Near Monchy-le-Prcux 

Battle of Arras 



Near Bullecourt 




R. P. HALLOWES, V.C. 



[pp. 44, 319- 




Copyright.'] [Col. WALTER C. HORSLEY. 

NOTRE DAME DE BREBIERE, ALBERT, 1917. 



ARTISTS' RIFLES, 1917. 



1917. 

May 31. HUGHES, 2/Lt. Ronald Baskerville, R.F.C. Accident at South Car/ton 

,, JOHNSON, 2/Lt, Frederick Blacktin, i^/ Rifle Brigade BatUe of Arras 

June i. ROWLAND, 2/Lt. William Ronand, xy/London ... In the Ypres Salient 

,, THUELL, 2/Lt. William Johnson, R.F.C. 

,, 2. LEAKE, Capt. Geo. Ernest Arthur, D.S. O., * 4/London Bullecourt ( May 13} 

,, SAVERS, Lieut. Horace Geo. David, 23/London ... Droivned at Sea 

,, SIMMONDS, 2/Lt. Austin Gundry,. R.F.A. ... ... Ace. Drowned 

,, 3. FOSTER, 2/Lt. Frank Hawley, R.F.C. 

,, ,, WARNER, 2/Lt. Henry James, 6/Northampton ... Near Cherisy 

4. MITCHELL, Lieut. John Leishman,* i8/London 

,, PRICE, 2/Lt. Frank Maurice, 5/Lincoln ... ... Near Arras 

,, TYNDALL, 2/Lt. James, i9(io)London 

5. DONALDSON, 2/Lt. William, i2/R. Scots ... 

,, ELIAS, 2/Lt. Hywel James, 3i/Northumberland Fusiliers Near Rouex 

WILLIAMS, 2/Lt. Roland Vaughan, R.F.C. 

6. ARBERRY, 2/Lt. Ernest Edward, R.F.C. ... Near Dunkirk 

MACFAYDEN, 2/Lt. John Craig, R.F.A. ... ... On the Messities Ridge 

,, SCATTERGOOD, 2/Lt. Tom Victor,* 2i/Northumb. Fus. ,, ,, 

7. BOLLAND, 2/Lt. Fredk. William Henry, 26/R. Fusiliers 
CROOM, 2/Lt. William Charles, 3o(6)London 

DEAN, 2/Lt. Reginald Evan, lo/London ... ... Battle of Messines 

,, FARADAY, 2/Lt. Roy, 6/London (M G.C.) ... ... 

,, HENDERSON. 2/Lt. Eric, 8/London ... ... ,, 

, 5 SILVESTER, 2/Lt. Reginald, 2c^London ... ... 

,, UPTON, z/Lt. Roger Maitland, 4/l)urham L.I. ... ,, 

8. STONE, 2/Lt. Harold, 23/London ... ... ,, 

9. ADDIS, 2/Lt David Malcolm,* 6/R. Fusiliers 

10. DUNN, 2/Lt. Ernest George, lo/l.iverpool (M.G.C.) ... Near Arras 
STEPHENS, 2/1. t. Llewellyn, R.F.C. ... ... Accident 

11. ANDERSON, 2/Lt. Richard Wm. Lawrence, R.F.C. 
,, ROOTS, 2/Lt Percy William, y/London 

12. O'DONNELL, 2/Lt. Anthony Patrick, 4/York & Lanes. 
14. CALDER, 2/Lt, William Paul, i8/K.R.R.C. 

16. HARRIS, 2/Lt. Harold Maltby, 3/London Yeomanry ... 

MARGETSON, 2/Lt. Emil Alexander, R.F.C. ... Accident 

,, QUARRELL, a/Lt. Charles Hubert, 13/Northumb. Fusiliers 

,, SAVAGE, 2/Lt. William Leslie, R.F.C. ... ... Accident 

17. BAILEY, 2/Lt Louis John, R.F.C. ... ... In France 

1 8. NEWTON, Lieut. Murray Ed Jl, i7/London (R.F.C.) Battle of Messines 
,, WELTER, 2/Lt. Leslie Dingman, I7/KR.R.C. 

19. HALSEY, 2/Lt. Eric Charles, 7/London 

20. BRADFIELD, Cpl. William Leslie,* i/Artists ... ... In France 

21. HARRINGTON, 2/Lt. Walter, 5/Welch 

26. GRACE, 2/Lt. Alexander A. G., R.F.C. ... ... Accident 

Ross, 2/Lt. Peter C, R.F.C. 

27. RICHARDS, 2/Lt. Arthur,* i/Monmouth ... ... At Lievin 

28. HUNSTONE, 2/Lt. George Neil, R.F.C. 

* Died, of Wounds. 

B 



,8 ROLL OF HONOUR 



1917. 
June 28. REW, 2/Lt. Douglas Jolland, n/Essex ... ... Near Loos 

RUMILLY, 2/Lt. Alfred Henry R.,* 7/Worcester (R.Warwick) 

July i. COWLEY, 2/Lt. Alexander, 8/Notts & Derby ... Near Lens 

,, 3. FKAMPTON, 2/Lt. John Reginald, ^/Gloucester .... ,, Ypres 

., LITTLER, 2/Lt. Tom, R.F.C. ... ... .. Combat over Bailleul 

4. NEWTON, Lieut. Waltet Claude, 4/Loyal N. Lancashire 

5. Moss, 2/Lt. William Thomas Gregory, R.F.C. ... Accident 

6. LA WSON, 2/Lt. Arthur Cyril,* 7/Rifle Brigade 

7. FAIRBAIRN, 2/Lt. Maurice, n/R. Lancaster 

TARDUGO, 2/Lt. Ray, i7/R. Welch Fusiliers (R.F.C.) 

,, WRIGHT, 2/Lt. Cecil Lawrence, R.G.A. 

YOUNG, 2/Lt. John Edward Rostron, R.F.C. ... Combat over London 

9. ELLIOT, 2/Lt. Nichol, i/Northampton (T.M.B.) Near Lombartzyde 

,, FORBES, 2/Lt. Lawrence,* 5/London ... ... Near Bullecourt 

THORNTON, 2/Lt. Herbert Boucher, p/London (M.G.C.) 

10. LOCKHART, 2/Lt. Reginald Frank,* i3/London (M.G.C.) 

,, SMITH, 2/1. t. Geoffrey Harold,* i/Northampton ... Near Lombartzyde 

12. BISHOP, 2/Lt. Frank Ernest, R.F.C. ... ... Near Ypres 

,, ELLIS, 2/Lt. Guy Stuart, R.F.C. ... ... ,, 

WAGER, 2/Lt. Wilson Stanley, i6/Northumberland Fusiliers 

13. BULL, Capt. Ronald John Howard, i6/London (R.E.) Accident 

14. SMITH, 2/Lt. Thomas Edmund,* R.F.C. ... ... At Douai 

16. CAYFORD, 2/Lt. George Everitt, R.F.C. 

17. DODD, Lieut. Ernest John, R.F.A^ ... ... Near Ypres 

18. OWEN, 2/Lt. Herbert Ernest Malcolm, R.F.C. ... At Scampton 

20. SHIPSTONE, L/Cpl. Francis Edgar, i/Arti.sts ... Oppy Wood 

21. PING, 2/Lt. Alan Roy, 3/Worcester ... ... Near Ypres 

22. KING, Lieut. Eric (ieorge Lauder, i/Grenadier Guards Bluett Farm , Ypres 
,, MORTON, Lieut. William Cattell,* %? R.F.A. 

23. LITTLER, 2/Lt. Frank, 3(8)South Lancashire 

,, MORRIS, 2/Lt. Tom Bernard, 5 /R. Welch Fusiliers ... Near Ypres 

NOAKES, 2/Lt. Harold Thomas, R. F.C. ... ... In Belgium 

24. COLLINS, Pte. Arthur Leslie, i/Artists ... ... Oppy Wood 

DUNN, Pte. Henry Adolphus, i/Artists ... ... ,, ., 

,, SPINKS, Pte. Sidney Morris, i/ Artists ... ... ,, ., 

25. CURTIS, 2/Lt. Henry Neville, R.F.C. ... ... In France 

27. FROUD, Lieut. Harold William,* 5/ Durham L.I. 

28. FOWLER, Capt. Francis Archibald, R.G.A. ... Near Anncntitres 
,, OTTLEY, 2/Lt. Raymon Tasgoyne 3/Leicester (R.A F.) 

30. TREVARTHEN, Pte. John Marshall, Artists ... ... Died 

31. ANDREWS, 2/Lt. Reginald, 7/Lancashire Fusiliers 

,, BAILEY, 2/Lt. Herbert Packer, >J< 1 2/East Surrey ... Near Hoilebeke. 

I SETTS, 2/Lt. Thomas Walter, ly/Notts and Derby ... 

COTTLE, Lieut. Walter Edward Worsdale, Grenadier Gds.(M.G.C-) Pilkem Ridge 

DAVIES, 2/Lt. William Lloyd, I3/R. Welch Fusiliers ... 

FATON, 2/Lt. Harold, 13/Gloucester ... ... $rd Battle of Ypres 

EDGAR, 2/Lt. Bernard Ray, M.G.C. ... ... 

* Died of Wounds. 



ARTISTS' RIFLES, 1917. -, 9 



1917. 

July 31. FORD, 2/Lt. Clement U illiam, 4/R. Lancaster ... yd Battle of Ypres 

KENT, Lieut. Lionel Victor,* 3(5)8. Wales Borderers .., Near Oostaverne 

KIRKUS, Capt. Cuthbert Hayward, R.G.A. ... 

MARTIN, 2/Lt. William Howard, 2/R. Welch Fusiliers On Pilkem Ridge 

MATHER, 2/Lt. Volney, i2/Loyal N. Lancashire 

SCOTT, 2/Lt. Cecil, y/Essex ... ... ... yd Battle of Ypres 

SOWERBY, 2/Lt. Victor Holgate* 2/Lincoln ... ... ,, 

TARRANT, 2/Lt. Henry Geoffrey Nelson, fc 6/R. Berks ,, ,, 

THRUPP, 2/Lt. Maurice, i/Grenadier Guards ... On Pilkem Ridge 

WATERSON, 2/Lt. Frederick Paris, ly/Notts & Derby yd Battle of Ypres 

Aug. i. DOHERTY 2/Lt. Patrick,* i/R. Irish Rifles ... 

JONES, 2/Lt. Clifford, I5/R- Welch Fusiliers ... Near Ypres 

KILVERT, 2/Lt. Harry,* 9/R. Welch Fusiliers 

WILSON, Capt. George Andrew Glanville, 6/R. Sussex (K.R.R.C.) Nr. Hollebeke 
2. ALLEN, 2/Lt. Mervyn Richard William, 7/Xorfolk .. Near Monchy 

4. DENNY, 2/Lt. Ernest, is/London (K.R.R.C.) 
KENT, 2/Lt. Harold,* 3(8)8. Wales Borderers 

7. MILLARD, 2/Lt. Alfred George, 3(g)East Surrey ... Near Klein Zillebeke 

8. DICKSON, Pte. James,* i/Artists ... ... ... Oppy Wood (July 30) 

,, GJEMS, 2/Lt. Albert Ole Moller, 2/R. Fusiliers ... Near Boesing/ie 

,, REID, 2/Lt. Archibald David,* 5(4)Middlesex ... In France (2nd) 

9. SMITH, 2/Lt. Sydney Newman, y/Suffolk ... ... Near Monchy-le-Preux 

10. Dix, 2/Lt. Cyril Bernard, 8/East Surrey . ... Zillebeke 

11. BASELEY, 2/Lt. Albert Laurence, 6/Lancashire Fusiliers yd Battle of Ypres 
HOSKEN, 2/Lt. Henry Richard, M.G.C. 

12. BIRD, 2/Lt. Eric Stephen, 8/R. Irish Fusiliers ... Monchy-le-Preux 

14. CHAPMAN, 2/Lt. Montague Gerald -H. io/ Rifle Brigade Near Langemarcke 
,, HIBBERT, 2/Lt. Arthur James, R.F.A. ... ... Drowned^ Boulogne 

15. HARGREAVES, 2/Lt. Cyril Augustus,* R.F.C. 

16. BILBY, 2/Lt. Eustace John, 6(2)Middlesex 

BOWMAN, 2/Lt. Claude Herbert, 4/Oxford & Bucks L.L yd Battle of Ypres 
CAHILL, Capt. John Archibald, & 2/R. Berks ... Near Zonnebeke 

Cox, 2/Lt. George Beckett, 7/London ... ... Near Langemarcke 

CRISP, 2/Lt. Cyril Bright,* 7/Somerset L.L ... 

CROSLAND, 2/Lt. William Philip, 2/West Yorks 

ENNIS, 2/Lt. Reginald Joseph, i/K. Irish Rifles 

GRANGER, Capt. Ernest Everys Wyatt, 9/Lancs. Fusiliers yd Battle of Ypres 

MACKAY, 2/Lt. Gordon, 24/Middlesex (M.G.C.) ... In France 

MOLYNEUX, 2/Lt. James Herbert, I2/K.R.R.C. 

MUNSEY, 2/Lt. William Frederick, I2/K.R.R.C. 

RAVENSCROFT, 2/Lt. Richard Birkbeck, i/Herts (8th Middlesex) 

STEEL, 2/Lt. Norman, 5/Gloucester ... ... yd Battle of Ypres 

17. BRANSON, Pte. Arthur Henry, i/Artists ... ... Oppy Wood 

BROWN, 2/Lt. Edward John, R.F.C. 

FITZSIMMONS, Pte. Cyril Hugh, i/ Artists ... ... Oppy Wood 

GARRAWAY, Pte. William Gloster, i/ Artists... ... ,, 

MARLOW, 2/Lt. Charles Dwyer, 8/R. Dublin Fusiliers Langemarcke 

* Died of Wounds. 



20 



ROLL OF HONOUR 



1917. 
Aug. 17. 
18. 



19. 

> 

20. 





21. 


22. 

2 3- 



5(10) Worcester 3^ Battle of Ypres 



24. 



25- 



27. 



3 
3 1 - 



Sept. 2. 
4- 



6. 



T 3- 
14. 



1 6. 



NEWCOMBE, 2/Lt. Clarke Charles Upham, 

ABBOTT, 2/Lt. 'Ihomas Walker, R.F.C. 

CLAYDON, Pte. Douglas Christie, i/Artists 

HAREL, 2/Lt. Louis Octave, R.F.C. 

PENNY, 2/Lt. Bernard 'Willough by, 2/R. Fusiliers 

GREEN, 2/Lt. Alan, 2i/West Yorks 

MORGAN. 2/Lt. George Elton,* i5/Welch 

FAIRBAIRNS, 2/Lt. Joseph Maurice, & R.F.A. 

TRESTRAIL, Pte. Edward Mitchell,* i/Artists 

WINSER, 2/Lt. Frank Edwards, R.F.C. 

AFFLECK, Cpl. Bertrand Percy,* i/Artists ... 

GILL, 2/Lt. William Rey, Bucks Bn./Oxford & Bucks L.I. 

TYSON, 2/Lt. Claude Richmond, Bucks Bn./Oxford & Bucks L.I. 

BARRETT, 2/Lt. Arthur Edward, 8(2i)K.R.R.C. 

BECKINGSALE, z/Lt. John Edgar, 4/D. C.L.I. 



Oppy Wood 

yd Battle of Ypres 
Near Atras 



COLLEY, 2/Lt. Ernest Vincent,* i6/R. Fusiliers (Tank Corps) 

DUDLEY, 2/Lt. Herbert Edward, 9(i6)Somerset L.I. 

FOSTER, 2/Lt. Franklin James, R.F.C. 

McCALL, 2/Lt. Archibald,* * 4/K.O.S.B. ... 

WRIGHT, 2/Lt. Walter Whitmore, R.G.A. ... 

BOURDILLON, Major Thomas Louis, >J< 8/K.R.R.C. . 

DALE Pte. Owen Brownlow, i/Artists 

WILLS, Pte. Cuthbert Hugh Clement, i /Artists 

JONES, 2/Lt. Reginald Rees, D.S.O., i/Welsh Guards 

LEWIS, Pte. David,* i/Artists 

POCOCK, 2/Lt. Raglan Lionel Alfred, 8/East Lancashire 

BEAVON, 2/Lt. Donald James, 4/Gloucester 

HADLEY, 2/Lt. Ernest Sydney, 

HUMMING, 2/Lt. Jesse Clifford, 

TURNKR, 2/Lt. William Ernest, 

BAKER, 2/Lt. Herbert Norman, 

FORSYTH, 2/Lt. James Carson, 



Near Ypres 
Oppy Wood 
Near Lens 
Oppy Wood 
Near Wieltje 
In Flanders 
Near Sanctuary Wood 
Near Ypres 



yd Battle of Ypres 
In Belgium 

Near Sanctuary Wood 
Oppy Wood 

> 

Near Langemarcke 
Oppy Wood (fuly 28} 
Near Wytschaete 



4/Gloucester 
8/Worcester 

7/ \Vorcester . . . Near St. Julian 

i/Herts(2/NigerianR.) d. Wuranzi, E.Africa 
i /Worcester 

Near Monchy 
At Dover 



MASTERS, 2/Lt. Charles William, 5(8)R. Fusiliers ... 

LARCOMBE, 2/Lt. Harry Reginald R., 6/R. Fusiliers... 

BARBER, Capt. Bradley King Bell, i/Northumb. Fus. (R.F.C.) 

WIGHTMAN, 2/Lt. John Francis, R.F.C. ... ... Near Bapaume 

BIRD, 2/Lt. Arthur Leonard, 5/R. Warwick ... Wieltje 

PROCTOR, Lieut. George Henry Vincent, 8/Lancashire Fus. Westhoek 

RUSHMORE, 2/Lt. Ernest Reginald, 4(n)Lancashire Fus. ,, 

HILL, 2/Lt. Alfred, s/N Stafford... 

BRIGGS, 2/Lt. William Lonsdale,* i/R. Lancaster (Lanes. Fus.) In Belgium 
GENT, 2/Lt. George Edward, R.F.A. ... ... yd Battle of Ypres 

ALBURY, 2/Lt. Norman Howard, R.F.C. ... ... In France 

DANN, 2/Lt. Henry Norman Groves, R.F.C. ... Near St. Omer 

MOORE, 2/Lt. Kenneth James, 3(n)Essex ... ... Loos 

PALMER, 2/Lt. William Samuel Hudson, R.F.C. ... Accident 

HUMPHRIES, 2/Lt. Leslie Glendower, R.F.C. ... Near Ypres 

* Died tf Wounds. 



ARTISTS' RIFLES, 1917. 2 I 



16. LASCELLES, Pte. Richard Mark, i/Artists ... ... Oppy Wood 

ig. CROCKER, Lieut. Joseph, 5/West Riding ... ... In France 

,, WILLIAMS, 2/Lt. Maxwell Henry, ly/London 

,, WILLIAMS, 2/Lt. William James, ^ i6/R. Welch Fus. Near Erquinghem, Lys 

20. ADAMS, 2/Lt. Arthur Marston,* ^ g/Liverpool .... In Flanders 
,, ADAMS, 2/Lt. Caleb Henry, lo/R. West Surrey .. yd Battle of Ypres 
EDWARDS, 2/Lt. Griffith Oliver, & i i/Northumb. Fusiliers 

FULLER, 2/Lt. Ernest Paget, 4/R. West Surrey 

GREEVES, 2/Lt. Arthur F. Wellesley,* 8/North 'Stafford... yd Battle of Ypres 
HUGH-JONES, Capt. Kenneth Herbert, i2/ Rifle Brigade Near Langemarcke 
JONES, 2/Lt. Llewellyn Price, g/ Welch ... ... Near the Menin Road 

MATTHEWS, 2/Lt. Richard Malcolm, g/Yorks 
,, GATES, 2/Lt, Herbert Prudent, 5/Liverpool .. Near the Menin Road 

,, THOMAS, 2/Lt. Lionel G. Theophilus, 5/\Velch(M.G.C.) 

WARD, 2/Lt. Dudley Theophilus, 5/London .. Near Langemarcke 

,, WILLIAMS, Lieut. Francis Stanley, i7(8)Notts & Derby yd Battle of Ypres 

21. BRACEWELL, 2/Lt. Harry, ly/Notts & Derby ... ,, 
,, CAVE, 2/Lt. Joseph,* n/West Yorks ... ... 

,, Low, Pte. Howard St. John, i/Artists ... ... Died 

22. WILDE, Pte. Charles, i/Artists ... ... ... Oppy Wood (ijth] 

23. GARVINJ 2/Lt. William Miles, i/Essex 

McGiBBON, 2/Lt. William Patrick, 4/ Durham L.I. ... yd Battle of Ypres 

25. CHARMAN, 2/Lt. John Ewart,* 4/R. Sussex ... ... (P.O. IV.} 

CROOK, Capt. Leslie Arthur, & 2/R. West Surrey 

,, RAPLEY, z/Lt. William Godfrey, i/Middlesex 
,, WORSTENHOLME, 2/Lt. John, R.F.C. 

26. BATCHELOR, 2/Lt. Edward, 24/London ... ... In Belgium 

,, MORGAN, 2/Lt. Daniel Phillips, i/Worcester ... In France 

,, RATHBONE, 2/Lt. Thomas Ford, 5/N. Stafford 

,, ROBERTS, 2/Lt. Gavern Brooke, R.F.C. 
,, THOMPSON, 2/Lt. Harold Victor, R.F.C. 
., WOOD, 2/Lt. Edwin Leonard, 3(1 )R. Scots Fusiliers Near Zonnebeke 

27. BARBER, Lieut. John, 4/Essex (R.E.) 

,, BARRATT, 2/Lt. John Leslie, i3/Liverpool ... ... Near Zonnebeke 

28. BRAND, 2/Lt. Percy Alfred E., is/Rifle Brigade ... Near Langemarcke 
BROADHURST, 2/Lt. Thomas Clifford, R.F.C. ... Accident at Catterick 

HOOD, 2/Lt. Ronald Paton, R.F.C. ... ... Near Wingles 

30. WEBBERLEY. 2/Lt. Reginald Selwyn,* i/North Stafford Near Broodstein (28th} 

4. BARNES, 2/Lt. Arthur Randall, 3/Somerset L.I. 

,, BALL, Capt. Leslie Alfred, lo/Middlesex 

,, BAYNE, Lieut. Edward Gordon, 2/East Surrey 

CRANE, 2/Lt. Reginald Hooper, i/East Yorks ... Near Polygon Wood 

CROALL, Capt. John James, 5/R. Scots Fus. (R.Warwick) Poelcapdle 

DANIEL, 2/Lt. Archibald Morris, i/R. West Kent ... , Broodseinde 

GREGORY, 2/Lt, Percy John, 12/Northumberland Fus. ,, Passchendaele 

HEYWOOD, 2/Lt. Albert Bertine, lo/Yorkshire L.I. ... ., Reutel 

JONES, Capt. Lawrence, 2/East Surrey ... ... ,, Polygon Wood 

* Died of Wounds. 



22 



ROLL OF HONOUR 



1917. 
Oct. 4 



In Flanders 

Near Ypres 

,, Rent el 

Near Passchendaelc 



Near Reutel( Accident ) 
,, Polygon Wood 
Passchendaele 

i 

Near Ypres 

Near Passchendaele 

Accident near Bailleul 



Near Passchendaele 
Near Ypres 
In Belgium 



Near Passchendaele 



Near 



t Capt. 



. LYONS, 2/Lt. Edward Thomas, i/East Lancashire 
MARTIN, 2/Lt. Charles Stanley, 6/Leicester 
PERRIN, z/Lt. Alfred John, lo/Yorkshire L.I. 
PHILLIPS, 2/Lt. Mark Hibbert, 4(1) South Stafford . 
RAE, 2/Lt. James, 2/Seaforth Highlanders 
ROWLAND, Lieut. Maurice, lo/Yorkshire L.I. 
TARBET, 2/Lt. Victor, 4/Devon ... 
NASH, 2/Lt. Philip Geoffrey, 21/Manchester 
PARKES, Capt. Theodore David, i/South Stafford 
GREW, 2/Lt. Walter Ernest, i6/R. Warwick 
YOUNG, 2/Lt. Leslie Duncan, y/Manchester 
LONG, 2/Lt. John Thomas, R.F.C. 
WATTSON, 2/Lt. Cyril Benson, R.F.C. 
AINSWORTH, 2/Lt. Herbert Green, 9/Manchester 
BAXTER, 2/Lt. Gerald William, lo/Manchester 
BEACHAM, 2/Lt. Cecil James, 8/Worcester 
BOSWELL, 2/Lt. Claude Oliver, 5/East Lancashire 
CHAPMAN, 2/Lt. Henry Randal, io/ Manchester 
CRANMER, 2/Lt. Guy Patterson, 5/Yorkshire L.I. 
FANSHAWE, 2/Lt. Harvey Vernon, i/Irish Guards . 
FERRIS, 2/Lt. Henry Norman, 4/Gloucester 
GLASS, 2/Lt. Leonard George, 2/Lancashire Fusiliers 
HAMPSHIRE, z/Lt. Stanley, 4/East Lancashire 
MOTTERSHALL, 2/Lt. Herbert Stanley, 3/Manchester 
QUARTERMAN, 2/Lt. Percy Harold, 23/London 
SHARPE, 2/Lt. William Dalton Colombo, i/Norfolk ... 
SPEIGHT, Lieut. James Leslie,* 6/West Yorks 
STORM, Capt. William George, >i< 5/York & Lancaster 

TETLEY,Capt. John Charles Dodsworth, 3/Grenadier Gds. Nr. Houlthurst Forest 
TWEEDY, Lieut. Charles Francis, 5/ Lancashire Fusiliers Near Passchendaele 
TYRRELL, 2/Lt. Leonard Collin, c/West Yorks 

WELLS, 2/Lt. Alfred Langton, i/Irish Guards ... Near Passchendaele 

WILLIAMSON, z/Lt. Gerald Coutts, 4/Essex ... ,, Poelcapelle 

tCROw, Pte. (late Capt. L.N. Lanes.) Arthur Arnold, Essex 
GREENHILL, 2/Lt. Frederick Wm. Ridge, 3/Grenadier Gds. Near Poelcapelle 
RILEY, z/Lt. Paul, 8/Lancashire Fusiliers ... Near Ypres 

ARNO LD, 2/Lt. Thomas Sorrell Dight,* 3/E. Surrey (Lanes. Fus.) Zonnebeke (gtJi) 
MILNE, 2/Lt. John Archibald Dickie, i /Scots Guards Near Houlthurst Forest 
ROPER, 2/Lt. William Horace Stanley, 3/Grenadier Gds ,, 

BRENCHLEY, 2 /Lt. John, * 4/Coldstream Guards 

FEARN, z/Lt. Herbert, 8/East Surrey 

HICKS, 2/Lt. Harry Ronald, R.F.C. 

MICHELL, z/Lt. Arthur Charles, y/R. West Kent 

PEARCE, 2 /Lt. Norman, i/R. Lancaster ... ... 

SIDEY, z/Lt. William Hepburn,* R.G.A. 

* Died of Wounds. 

A. A. Crow (Loyal N. Lancashire Regt.) resigned his commission owing to ill-health, on recovering 
he joined the Essex Regt. as a Private. [Ed.] 



Passchendaele 

Zonnebeke 

Passchendaele 



Near Poelcapelle 
Near Passchendaele 



ARTISTS' RIFLES, 1917. 



1917. 

Oct. 13. BARKER, 2/Lt. Frederick Ernest, lo/West Yorks 
COLE, 2/Lt. Cecil Clarke,* R.G.A. 
CRYER, 2/Lt. Harold James, R-F.C. 
ELVIN, 2/Lt. Arthur George, 4/Suffolk ... .... Died 

SHUTE, 2/Lt. George Francis, 4/Gloucester ... Died (P.O. W.} 

TIGAR, 2/Lt. Geoffrey Herbert, 6/R. Bucks ... Near Poelcapelle 

14. WARR, 2/Lt. Thomas Edward,* 6/Dorset 

15. A BLETT, 2/Lt. Leslie Wallace, i i/Northumberland Fusiliers Near Rtutel 

17. FROST, Capt. Alan, i/Artists (M.G.C.) ... ... In East Africa 

STANLEY, 2/Lt. Sidney Edgar, R.F.C. ... ... Died 

1 8. H EARN, 2/Lt. Leonard Webb, 6/D.C.L.I. ... 

,, MICHELSON, 2/Lt. Arthur Conrad, R.F.A. ... ... Near Gravenstafcl 

23. LEWIS, 2/Lt. Harold Lockwood, 24/Northumberland Fus. Poelcapelle 

26. BARTON, 2/Lt. Clarence Henry, R.F.C. ... ... Near Gheluvelt 

,, BONNET, Lieut. Ernest Charles, Royal Marines ... Near Passchendaele 

,, BROCK, 2/Lt. Algernon Bertram,* 9/Devon ... ... Near Gheluvelt 

,, MARVIN, 2/Lt. Henry Leslie, R.F.C. ... ... Ypres 

., PARK, 2/Lt. Herbert Sidney, i/Border 

SHAW, Lieut. Philip, 6/Northumberland Fusiliers 

,, WALLACE, 2/Lt. George Douglas, 2i/Manchester ... In Belgium 

27. BKNTON, 2/Lt. Sydney, 3(i)Norfblk ... ... ,, ,, 

,, LEWIS, 2/Lt. Thomas William,* i/R. Welch Fusiliers ... 

VALIANT, 2/Lt. James,* y/R. Welch Fusiliers ... In Palestine 

28. BRYANS, Lieut. John,* 5/Loyal North Lancashire 

HARDMAN, Lieut. William Frederick K. ifc R.E. ... Near Zo'nnebeke 

KING, C.-S.-M. Charles William Wykeham, i /Artists ... Near Passchendaele 

RETFORD, Pte. Harry Hector, i/Artists 

29. HUNT, Pte. George Albert, i/ Artists 

,, WOOD, Sgt. Frederick Raymon, i /Artists ... 

,, WRIGHT, Pte. Thomas Alfred,* i/ Artists 

30. BALL, Capt. Arthur Hugh, >& R.G.A. 

DUNCAN, 2/Lt. Philip Courtenay, 8/London ... Near Ypres 

WAKEMAN, Lieut. Philip Trevor, 5/R. Warwick (R.F.C). In France 

Oct. 30. Officers, N.C.Os. and Men, i/Artists, killed in action or died of wounds 
received in attack on Passchendaele. 

BARE, Capt. Arnold Edwin, M. V.O. 

CHETWOOD, Capt. Ernest Stanley 

DICKINSON, Capt. Rev. Harry, C.F. (R.A.C.D. attached) 

HASLAM, Lieut. James 

HOWE, 2/Lt. Arnold Ewart 

WILLIAMS, Capt. Gordon, R. V.M. 

A BURN, Pte. Edward Mark AMOS, Pte. Alfred Reginald 

ADAMS, Cpl. Leslie Robert ANDERSON, Pte. Henry Campbell 

ALDOUS, Pte. Harold Edward ANTILL, L/Cpl. Thomas Tabrah 

ALEXANDER, Pte. Thomas Henry ARMES, Pte. Frederick Willi-am 

ALLUM, Pte. John ASHBY, Pte. William Ewart 

* Died of Wounds. 



ROLL OF HONOUR 



1917. 
Oct. 30. Casualties in i/Artists at 

ASHFORD, Pte. Reginald Edwin 

BAILEY, L/Cpl. John Arthur 

BAKER, Pte. Frank Farmer 

BARCLAY, L/Cpl. Robert Herman 

BARKER, Pte. Ernest 

BARNACLE, Pte. Herbert Frederick 

BAUGH, Pte. Arthur William 

BEARNE, L/Cpl. Aubrey Duncan 

BELL, L/Cpl. Samuel Frederick 

BENBOW, Pte. John Henry 

BILLINGTON, Pte. George 

BowEN-RowLANos, Pte. Cyril Francis Wogan 

BROWN, L/Cpl. Harold Burgess 

BROWN, Pte. Walter Ralfe 

BRUNT, Pte. Edgar 

BUTLER, Pte. Ottiwell Hastings Stanhope 

BRYNE, L/Cpl. Paul Stanislaus 

CALDER, Pte. Gilbert James 

CHAPMAN, L/Cpl. Robert Leonard 

CHISHOLM, Pte. Douglas Wilson 

CHITTY, Pte. Alfred Charles 

COLBORNE, Pte. Reginald 

COMMON, L/Cpl. Thomas 

CONINGSBY, Pte. Herbert Arthur 

Cox, Pte. George Percy Linford 

CRAWFORD, Pte. Ernest George 

CROWDER, Pte. Robert Ashley 

CUMMINGS, Pte, Alexander Gordon 

DALZIEL, Sgt. Thomas 

DAVIS, Pte, Jeffery Osborn 

DAWES, Pte. Harold Henry 

DAWS, Sgt. Arthur 

DIXON, Pte. Clement Arthur 

EDWARDS, Pte. Harry 

EGERTON, Pte. John Howard 

EVERETT, Pte. Stanley 

FARR, Pte. Frederick James 

FENNER, Pte. Percy Geddes 

FISK, Pte. Herbert Hemming 

FLINDERS, Pte. John James 

FORDE, Pte. James Herbert 

FREAKER, Sgt. Allan Lionel 

GERRARD, L/Cpl. Frederick William 

GETHING, Pte. Stanley 

GODSON, Pte. Stanley Frederick Thomas 

GOODING, Pte. Richard John 



Passchendaelc continued. 
GRACE, Cpl. William Henry 
GREEN, Pte. Arthur Bowden 
HAMMOND, Pte. Lionel Goodesham 
HARTLEY, L/Cpl. William Cecil 
HAY, Pte. Robert McDonald 
HAYPON, Pte. Frederick William 
HENDERSON, Pte. Ernest Spring 
HENLEY, Pte. Frank James 
HERON, Pte. Victor Hampden 
HEWITT, Pte. Alexander Horn 
HILL, Pte. Joseph Alfred 
HORROCKS, Pte. James George 
HOUSDEN, L/Cpl. Arthur Thomas 
HUMPLEBY, Pte. Ernest Stuart 
HUTT, Pte. Hugh Richard 
JACKSON, Sgt. Kenneth Stuart 
JEFFERSON, Pte. Henry 
JOHNSON, L/Cpl. Charles Eric 
JOHNSTON, Pte. Duncan Charles Bain 
JOHNSTON, Pte. William 
KEILY, Pte. Robert Edward 
KELLY, Pte. Cecil Urban Fleetwood 
KENNETT, L/Cpl. Percy William 
KERRIDGE, Pte. Charles Duncan 
KING, Pte. James William 
LAFFORD, Sgt. Wilfred John 
LLEWELLYN, Pte. Thomas George 
MALSOM, Pte. Frederick George 
MANBY, Cpl. Cyril John 
MASKREY, Pte. Harold 
MAUDSLEY, Cpl. Harry Dean 
MCLAREN, Pte. Andrew Charles 
MERTENS, Pte. Edgar Herbert 
MESSERVY, L/Sgt. Edmund Sydney 
MILLER, Pte. William Erin 
MILLS, Pte. Leonard George Edwin 
MILNE, L/Cpl. Norman 
MOORE, Pte. Joseph Arthur 
MOORE, Ptp. Reginald Frank 
MORRIS, L/Cpl. James Outram 
Moss, Pte. Montague Alfred 
MOUNTCASTLE, Pte. Herbert William 
MURPHY, Pte. George Maurice 
MURRAY, Pte. Edward Frank 
NOEL, Pte. Henry William Edgar 
O'DONOGHUE, L/Cpl. Dennis Alfred 



ARTISTS' RIFLES, 1917. 



1917. 

Oct. 30. Casualties in i/Artists at Passchendaele continued. 

O'DoNoGHUE, L/Cpl. Reginald Charles SPRINGTHORPE, Pte. William Francis 

ONGLEY, Pte. Reginald Douglas STAINES, Pte. William James 

PALMER, L/Cpl. Edward Durcarel STURGES, Pte. Montague Edgar 

PARADISE, Pte. John TAYLOR, Cpl. Philip Herbert 

PEERLESS, Pte. Charles Leonard TRENBATH, Pte. Frederick Taylor 

PERKINS, Pte. William Edward TULLY, Cpl. Patrick Joseph 

PHILLIPS, Sgt. Norman WALKER, Pte. Thomas Foskett 

PHILLIPS, L/Cpl. William Henry WEAVILL, Pte. Edward Kilner 

PRIESTLY, L/Cpl. Donald Lacey WHICHELOW, Pte. Thomas 

PURNELL, Pte. Stanley WILDSMITH, Pte. George Frederick 

REAM, Pte. Norman Scholes WILKINS, Pte. Sidney Ernest 

REDMAN, Pte. Claude Stansfield WILLCOX, Pte. Alfred Octavius 

RENSHAW, Pte. Eric Glyn WILLIAMS, Pte. Harry Percy Garrons 

SHARMAN, Pte. Bertie Thomas WILLIAMS, Sgt. Henry Bancroft 

SHEA, Pte. William Devereux WILLIAMS, Pte. Thomas Howard 

SORRELL, Pte. Clarence Edward WRIGHT, Cpl. Ernest William* 
SPENCER, Pte. Edwin Dowsing 

Oct. 31. FOARD, Pte. Basil Horace, i/Artists ... ... Passchendaele 

HODGE, 2/Lt. Frederick George, 2i/London ... Near Beersheba 

,, MORSE, 2/Lt. Gerald Ernest, 4/R. Welch Fusiliers (R.F.C.) Accident 

Nov. i. ESSEX, Pte. Richard Allister York,* i/Artists ... Passchendaele 

,, ,, SINGER, Pte. John Marshall Laing,* i/Artists .. 

,, 2. BELL, 2/Lt. Robert James, 3(4)Northampton ... Near Gaza 

PICKERING, 2/Lt. George Anthony Raymond, 3(4)Northampton ,, 

TAYLOR, 2/Lt. George Thomas, 7/Essex 

,, WILSON, Pte. James Henry, * i/Artists ... ... Passchendaele 

3. CUNNINGHAM, Pte. Virden Edward Barry," i/Artists ... Passchendaele (Oct. 30) 

,, WILLIAMS, 2/Lt. Arthur Jones, 4/Welch ... ... In- Palestine 

4. BISPHAM, 2/Lt. David Charles, R.F.C. ... Accident 

NIVEN, 2/Lt. Alan Scott, R. Lancaster (g/Yorkshire L.I.) Passchendaele 

,, 5. BROWN, 2/Lt. Herbert James, 7/R. Welch Fusiliers Tel-el-Kulweilfeh, Palestine 

HUNTER, 2/Lt. Harry,* R.F.C. ... 

,, WOOD, L/Cpl. Charles Bertram,* i/Artists ... ... Passchendaele 

6. HAMILTON, Capt. Claude William, lo/K.R R.C. (R.G.A.) 

,, ,, LAIDLAW, Capt. James Clelland, 3/Scottish Rifles (Border) ,, 

,, MALLALIEU, 2/Lt. Joseph,* 6/VVest Riding ... ... Wounded May 24 

,, ,, RICHARDSON, 2/Lt. Robert Harold, i8/London ... Near Dickebusch 

TAYLOR, Major Bruce Mitchell, D.S O., * * i/D.C.L.I. 

,. 7. DYKE, 2/Lt. Cyril John, 24/London .. ... Tel-el-Sheria, Syria 

STERNDALE-BENNETT, Cdr. Walter, D.S. O., R.N. Div., R.N.V.R. Passchendaele 

8. LIVOCK, Lieut. Eric Stuart, 4/R. West Surrey (R.F.C.) Near Ypres 

10. BULLOCK, Pte. Alec Stuart.* i/Artists ... ... Passchendaele (isf) 

,, DAVIES, 2/Lt. Harry Harding. 3/S. Wales Borderers ... 

,, TAYLOR, Pte. Francis Lawrie Vincent, Artists ... Died 

WALKER, 2/Lt. Gordon Henry, 6/Northampton ... Near Houlthurst Forest 

* Died of Wounds. 



26 ROLL OF HONOUR 



1917. 

Nov. ii. COATS, 2/Lt. William Evans,* I7/R. Scots ... ... Passchendaele (Oct. 24} 

HEWITSON, 2/Lt. John, 2 3/Northumberland Fusiliers... 

MILLS, 2/Lt. Kenneth le Gaye, R.F.C. 

WEST, 2/Lt. Mortimer Sack ville, R.F.C. ... ... Accident in France 

WOOD, Lieut. Walter Bertram, 8/Hampshire (R.F.C.) Over Ilford 

12. LOVELL, 2/Lt. Edward Cator, 5/Lancashire Fusiliers ... Near Zonnebeke 

SYMONDS, 2/Lt. Spencer Leslie Hatton, R.F.C. ... In France 

13- THOMAS, Pte. Robert James,* i /Artists ... ... Wounded zoth 

14. DEANE, Lieut. Arthur Reginald,* 5/Sussex ... ... Passthendaek (i3tK) 

15. BARNETT, 2/Lt. William Augustus, R.F.C. ... ... Near Ypres 

1 6. GIRARD, 2/Lt. Geoffrey Marcus F.rskine, y/Leinster ... Accident 

1 8. COLES, 2/Lt. Herbert, 5/ Rifle Brigade 

,, MABEY, Capt. John Hume,* 23/London ... ... Tel-el-Shcria (////) 

19. STURROCK, Pte. George Holmes," i/Artists ... . .. Passchendaele (Oct. 36} 

20. ADDIE, 2/Lt. Robert Leatham, 5/Lancashire Fusiliers Battle of Cambrai 
APPS, 2/Lt. Jack Harry Mason, t/Northumb. Fusiliers Near Bourlon Wood 
ERASER, 2/Lt. Eldred Leslie, Tank Corps ... ... Near Ribecourt 

HOWE, Capt. Claude Arthur, 4/R. Welch Fusiliers ... 

JONES, Lieut. Cyril Gordon, p/Norfblk ... .-- Battle of Cambrai 

PAUL, 2/Lt. Herbert James, I2/K.R.R.C. ... ... ., ,, 

SMITH, Lieut. William Travers, 4/R. Warwick (R.E.)... Near Croisilles 

WICKETT, 2/Lt. Thomas Penberthy,* 5/R. Berks ... Battle of Cambrai 

21. WILSON, Pte. Charles Tillotson,* i/Artists ... . . . Passchtndaele ( Oct. 30) 

22. BROOKES, 2/Lt. Percy, 6/Cheshire ... .- Near Gheluvelt 

23. COLLIS, L/Cpl. Albert Brandreth,* i/Artists ... ... Passchendaele (Oct. 36} 

GREEN, 2/Lt. Joseph George Airey, Tank Corps ... Battle of Cambrai 

HANAFY, 2/Lt. Sydney Reginald, R.F.C. ... ... ,, 

HANNAFORD, 2/Lt. William Alan, 3(5)Somerset L.I.... In Palestine 

HOWELLS, 2/Lt. George James, R.F.C. ... ... Near Cambrai 

LEAROYD, 2/Lt. Krnest Smith, 2o/Middlesex 

24. BAILEY, 2/Lt. Hubert Percy Andrew, ly/Welch ... Near B our Ion Wood 
MONAGHAN, Capt. Denis Lawrence, Tank Corps ... ,, ,, 

THOMAS, 2/Lt. Reginald Ivor Victor Charles, 3/8. Wales Bdrs. 

25. FILMER, 2/Lt. Vivian Reginald Royal, 2/Dragoons ... Battle of Cambrai 
THOMAS, 2/Lt. Tudor, ig/R. Welch Fusiliers 

27. HARRISON, Lieut. Charles Geoffrey, 4/York & Lancaster 
HUGHES, 2/Lt. George William Victor, 5/ Yorkshire L.I. 

SUTTON, 2/Lt. Geoffrey Alfred, 3/R. Irish Rifles ... Near Bourlon Wood 

28. BELL, 2/Lt. Cecil Charles, i6/Lancashire Fusiliers ... 
DAVIES, 2/Lt. John Rhys,* 23/London 

MANN, 2/Lt. William George, R.F.C. 

29. JACOB, 2/Lt. Cecil Otway Reed, 2/Devon ... 

,, WARD, Capt. Harold Frederick, >& > 2/F.ast Surrey ... Near Zonnebeke 

30. BULLMAN, 2/Lt. Haddon Robert Horsley, 3/R. West Kent(M.G.C) Nr.Marcoing 
CAWSON, 2/Lt. George Adrian, R.F.C. 

GOLDS, Capt. Ingram Thomas, 7/East Surrey ... Near Gouzeaucourf 

-,, HODGE, 2/Lt. Lionel Clifford, 6/R. West Kent 

* Died of Wounds. 



ARTISTS' RIFLES, 1917. 



1917. 
Nov. 30. 



Dec. 2. 



9- 

TO. 



17- 

18. 

20. 
21. 

22. 

2 3- 


24. 



27. 
28. 



LAING, Lieut. Ivan, >& 2/Coldstream Guards... 

MARCHANT, 2/Lt. Charles Victor, is/London 

MOLYNEUX, Capt. Eric Seymour, i/Worcester 

PRYKE, 2/Lt. Edgar, R.F.C. 

SMART, Lieut. Edgar Herbert, 6/London 

WYKES, 2/Lt. Ernest Arthur Innes, 5/R. Berks 

YATES, 2/Lt. Frederick, 2/Hampshire 

GILLESPIE, Flt.-Sub-Lt. Leslie Herbert Guy, R.N.A.S. 

ORRELL, 2/Lt. John Turton, R.F.C. 

BENNETT, 2/Lt. George Arthur, 6/R. Warwick 

BINER, 2/Lt. Frank Armden, R.F.C. 

DAWSON, 2/Lt. Wilfred Leedham, 6/R. Warwick 

KEIGHLY, 2/Lt. Lindon Rayner,* 4/R. Lancaster 

WATSON, 2/Lt. Clifford Thomas,* 7/London 

GIBBINS, Capt. Roland Bevington, 8/R. Warwick 

SPENCER, Lieut. George, Artists (Rifle Brigade) 

WHYTE, 2/Lt. George Henry, R.F.C. 

LAUGHTON, 2/Lt. Geoffrey, 26/Northumberland Fusiliers 

LEFROY, Major Tracy Edward, Artists (8/R. Warwick) 

RUNNELS-MOSS, 2/Lt. Cyril Gower Vincent, R.F.C. ... 

FENNER, 2/Lt. Alan Thomas, 3(6)North Stafford 
SUTHERLAND, 2/Lt. John Alexander, 24/London 
TOMS, Lieut. Stanley Muir,* i8/London 
RICHMOND, Lieut. Hugh Bowten, 2i/London 
RUNDELL, Capt. Leslie Eric,* >& *fr 7/London 
SMITH, 2/Lt. Frederick Herbert Corbitt Douglas, R.G.A 
WRIGHT, 2/Lt. Alfred Kyrle Terrett.* i6/London 
BYLES, Capt. Arthur Benzeville,* 2/Notts & Derby ... 
ALLCHIN, 2/Lt. Sidney Milton,* 3/R. West Kent 
CORRY, 2/Lt. Frank Moring,* 8/Notts & Derby (R.F.C.) 
GURNEY, 2/Lt. Kenneth Gerard,* 5/Gloucester 
RAWBONE, 2/Lt. Charles- Robert, R.F.C. ... 

SAGE, 2/Lt. Douglas Michael, R.F.C. 

GRAY, 2/Lt. Eric Balfour, R.F.A. 

BIRD, 2/Lt. John Woodall, Household Battalion 

LITTLEBOY, Sub-Lt. Vernon Hatherton, R.N.A.S. ... 

BRAYDON, 2/Lt. Kevin, i8/London 

BUCKLEY, Capt. Joseph Michael, p/ Rifle Brigade 

CAPPER, Capt. Ernest Raphael,*^ 3/Essex 

TAYLOR, 2/Lt. John Birley, 4/East Lancashire 

HARVEY, 2/Lt. Robert George Bosworth, 5/Lincoln ... 

MACDONALD, Pte. Ronald Francis Keith, Artists 

JEPHSON, Lieut. Charles Mitchell W., 4/R. West Surrey 

PATTISON, Capt. Robert, jo/London 

RIDPATH, Lieut. Frederick Cecil Lacey, 4/R. West Surrey 

PAUL, Capt. Edgar Newton, 6/K.R.R.C. ... ..." 

ROGERS, 2/Lt. Cecil Walter,* 7/R. West Surrey 

* Died of Wounds. 



Near Gouzeaucourt 
B our Ion Wood 
,, Gouzeaucourt 
Accident in France 

Battle of Cambrai 
Drowned (sEgean Sea) 



Battle of Cambrai 

In France 

Near La Vacquerie 



Battle of Cambrai 
In France 

Battle of Cambrai 
Died 

Capture of Jerusalem 



/;/ France 

In France 

Near Marcoin% 
(While P.O. W,} 
Near Ypres (i2th] 
( While P O. W.} 
Accident in England 



Near 



Monchy, Arras 
Accident 



Near Passchendaele 

Near Bethune 

,, Cambrai 

Died 

In Palestine 

In Palestine 
Near Cambrai 



2 3 ROLL OF HONOUR 



1917. 

Dec. 30. Officers, N.C.Os. and Men, i/Artists, killed in action or died of wounds 
received at Welsh Rtds;e, Cambrai, on this date. 

ENGLISH, 2/Lt. Alfred Cecil 

GODFREY, 2/Lt. Stephen Mervyn 

GROOM, Lieut. Cyril 

LIGHTFOOT, 2/Lt. Francis Bertram 

SALISBURY, 2/Lt. Walter Frederick* 

SHINNER, Lieut. William Goodwin Blake* (d. Nov. 2) 
AMOORE, Pte. Ralph Hannam* NEILL, Pte. Robert 

CLELAND, Pte. Alan Ian Henry NORRIS, Pte. Robert 

CRAMOND, Pte. William* O'VASTON, Pte. Adalia Daniel 

DEAN, Sgt. Alfred Henry PAINE, Pte. James Horace 

DEAN, Sgt. Louis Sandbach PARSONS, Pte. Charles Warden* (d. 3isf) 

DEWEY, Sgt. Francis Cecil PHILLIPS, Pte. George Edward 

DYSON, Pte. Gamm ,. PRESSNELL, Pte. Charles Edgar 

GARE, L/Sgt. John Henry PULFORD, Pte. John Charles 

GOLLE, Cpl. Claude Victor SCHOFIELD, Pte. James Leach 

HOLLYMAN, Pte. William Henry SIMPSON, Pte. James Arthur 

HUMPHREY, Pte. Harold George STAPLETON, L/Cpl. Walter Richard 

JARVIS, Pte. David Frederick Charles TAYLOR, L/Cpl. Douglas Clifton 

JUMP, Pte. Stanley THORP, Pte. Albert Ernest 

LE BAS, Pte. Albert Olavasia TREVENEN, Pte. Samuel 

LEY, Pte. John William TURPIN, Pte. Walter Frank 

MARTIN, Pte. Alfred Edgar WOODHEAD, Pte. Frederick Gordon* (d. 



Dec. 31. MEASURES, Capt. Percy, ,/Leicester ... ... Near La Bassee 

1918. 

1918. 

Jan. i. MEW, Pte. Ronald,* i/Artists ... ... ... Welsh Ridge (Dec. 30) 

,, POLLOCK, Pte. John,* i/Artists ... ... ,, ,, 

WILLIAMSON, 2/Lt. Gerald Douglas, R.F.C. 

2. ALLEN, Pte. Lionel Edward,* i/ Artists ... ... Welsh Ridge (Dec. 36} 

3. DAVIS, Pte. Sidney James George,* i/Artists ,, ,, ,, 

4. BUTT, 2/Lt. Alfred, lo/Bedford (R.F.C.) ... ... Near Djenin, Palestine 

WOODHEAD, L/Cpl. Frederick Gordon,* i /Artists ... Cambrai 

5. BROWN, Pte. Alfred Hughes,* i/Artists ... Welsh Ridge (Dec. 30} 

6. REEDER, Capt. Robert, lo/Manchester ... ... In France 

RATA, Sgt. Samuel,* i/Artists ... ... Welsh Ridge (Dec. 30) 

9. BECK, Pte. Jack, i/Artists ... ... ... Died 

13. BALFOUR, 2/Lt. Alan Scott, R.F.A. (R.F.C.) 

17. STURT, Lieut. Humphrey Morriston, 8/Lancashire Fusiliers Died 

THOMPSON, Pte. Sidney Reginald,* i/Artists ... Welsh Ridge 

1 8. FENN-SMITH, 2/Lt. Warren Kemp, R.F.C. ... In France 

,, STEVENS, 2/Lt. Gorham Venton, 5/Lincoln ... Died 

* Died of Wounds. 



ARTISTS' RIFLES, 1918. 



29 



1918. 
Jan. 22. PAUL, 2/Lt. Arthur Reginald, R.F.C. 

,, 25. SMALLWOOD, 2/Lt. William Spencer, R.F.C. 

,, 31. DALE, Lieut. Robert Jacouib Norris, p/Manchester (R.F.C.) 
Feb. i. EDEY, 2/Lt. William John, i/Essex ... ... Near Wieltje 

2. LOCK, 2/Lt. James Palmer,* R.F.A. 

QUAIL a/Lt. Henry Charles, R.E. . 

,, 4. DEDMAN, Lieut. William Albert, 8/West Yorks ... Died in France 

5. HUGHES, Lieut. Thomas McKinney, 2/K.R.R.C. (R.F.C.) 

6. GREENE, Sub-Lt. David Wilson,* R.N.V.R. 

9. WINTER, Flt.-Comd. Rupert Randolph, R.N.A.S. 

n. SHARP, 2/Lt. Matthew, 4< y/London ... ... Near Arras 

13. DAWE, Capt. Sydney Charles, ^ 5/Lincoln ... ... Accident 

15. DUNCAN, 2/Lt. James Athol Gordon, R.F.C. ... Accident at Montrose 

TALL, 2/Lt. John Jeffrey, 4/Devon ... ... In France 

17. EVANS, 2/Lt. Francis Bernard, R.F.C. ... ... Accident at Sedgeford 

1 8. WHITEHEAD, 2/Lt. Eric Wilfred, R.K.C. ... ... Accident 

19. MALCOLM, Lieut. Kenneth James, 2o/London ... Near Jerusalem 
,, WEATHERLEY, Lieut. Laurence Edwin M., 2o/London 

WILSON, 2/Lt. Humphrey Hamilton, R.F.C. ... In France 

20. BUNNEY, Pte. Vincent Henry, i/Artists ... Highland Ridge, Mar com* 

21. HARGREAVES, 2/Lt. Willoughby Frankland, R.F.C. ... Accident 

23. ROBERTS, 2/Lt. l.awrie 1'aterson, R.F.C. ... ... In France 

28. HOWELLS, 2/Lt. George Davey, i/Monmouth (i5/Cheshire) Langemarcke 

PURSER, 2/Lt. Norman Frederick, R.F.C. ... 
M r. 3. ELI.IS, 2/Lt. Frederick William, i3/London ... Near Arras 

5. FEAR, 2/Lt. Robert S.,* /Worcester (R.F.C.) ... ' In France 

8. FERGUSON, Pte. Bernard Vincent, i/Artists ... Passchendaele (Oct. 26) 
HEWITT, Pte. Guy Stevenson, i/Artists ... ... Highland Ridge 

,, WARREN, 2/Lt. Ivan John,* 3(i)Gloucester... ... Near Fumes 

9. BVRNE, 2/Lt. Thomas Edmund, i/Welsh Guards 

10. FRANCIS, 2/Lt. William George, R.F.C. ... ... Near Treviso, Italy 

11. IKIN, 2/Lt. Alfred Edward, R.F.C. ... ... Near Auchel 

KITCHEN, Cpl. Arthur, Artists 

13. ALLEN, 2/Lt. Cyrus, R.F.C. 

15. CRANE, 2/Lt. Lancelot, R.G.A. ... ... Died 

17. SMITH, 2/Lt. Herbert Dudley, 7/ Lancashire Fusiliers Near Hargicourt 
VAUGHAN, Lieut. Francis Seymour, 5/R. West Kent (R.F.C.) Near Salonika 

18. TILBURY, 2/Lt. Robert William, R.F.C. ... ... Died 

21. ADAMS, 2/Lt. Arthur Charles Henry, 5(8) Worcester ... Near St. Quentin 

BASSETT, Lieut. Geoffrey Edward, R.A.S.C- (Ox. & Bucks L.I.) 

BATTOCK, Lieut. Thomas William, 5/East Lancashire ... Near Hesbecourt 

BEGG, Capt. Arthur, 4/Norfolk ... ... ... Died 

BOYCOTT, Lieut. Harold ( 'harlton, 4/Coldstream Guards Near Arras 

CAREFULL, Capt John Holt, 1 2/Liverpool ... 

CARMICHAEL, 2/Lt. Gilbert, i o/ Manchester ... ... Near St. Quentin 

CATTERALL, Lieut Albert, 7/Notts & Derby 
CHAPLIN, Lieut. Sydney Stanger, 5/Manchester 

* Died of Wounds. 



ROLL OF HONOUR 



1918. 
Mar. 21. CLAYTON, Capt. Arthur Oliver, 2/VViltshire ... L'Epine de Dallon 

,, COOK, 2/Lt. Horace Montague,* 7/London ... ... Near St. Quentin 

CROUCH, Capt. Frank Harris, 5/Lancashire Fusiliers 

FAWCETT, 2/Lt. Wood ford, 5/Oxford & Bucks L.I. ... Near Essigny 

FELLOWES, 2/Lt. Cyril Walter, 3/N. Stafford 

GITTINGS, 2/Lt. Charles, 3(5)East Lancashire ... Near Hargicourt 

GREEN, 2/Lt. Arthur Fairbrother, 6/N. Stafford ... At Ecoust 

HAWKESWORTH, 2/Lt. Henry Charles H.,i< lo/Essex ... Near La Fere 

JACKSON, 2/Lt. Stewart Spiers, ^ i(8)W6rcester 

JERVVOOD, Major John Hugh, ^ lo/Durham L I. (Somerset L.I.) 

NEWCOMBE, 2/Lt. John Carr, R. Engineers... ... Near More/lies 

PRIME, 2/Lt. Arnold, 4/Manchester 

22. BAKER, 2/Lt. Frank Vincent, 6/K.R.R.C. ... ... Near St. Quentin 

BROAD, Lieut. Walter Victor Mantach, i3/London ... 

CASE, Lieut. Geoffrey, 2/S. Lancashire 

CHAMBERS, 2/Lt. Philip Carlisle, Tank Corps ... Near Maricourt Wood 

EDGE, Lieut. Edward Holden,* 8/London ... ... Near Tergnier 

ELKINGTON, 2/Lt. Walter Henry, 3/Hampshire ... Peronne 

FRASER, 2/Lt. Charles Douglas, 3/London ... ... Tergnier 

HAMMOND, 2/Lt. Kenneth Lawton C., 23/Northumb. Fus. Croisilles 

LEE, Lieut. Frank Stanley, i3/Rifle Brigade ... Peronne 

LINTOTT, Lieut. Harry Chamen,* 5/London ... 

ROBBINS, Capt. Arthur Hodder, y/R. Inniskg. Fusiliers. Near St. Emilie 

ROYDS, Lieut. John Iltid, i/Artists ... Near Havrincourt Wood 

THIRLBY, 2/Lt. Stuart Longston, 6/Leicester 
,, THOMSON, 2/Lt. George Vallance Bruce, xo/R. Scots 
,, WOOLNOUGH, Capt. Frederick Ullathorne,* 3/Dorset (6/Somerset L.I.) 

23. AREND, 2/Lt. Ronald Sydney, I2/R. Scots 

,, BATCHELAR, 2/Lt. Robert Thomas, 7/R. West Surrey 

,, BROAD, 2/Lt. John Eric, i/Hertford 

COCKBURN, 2/Lt. George Percival, 6/Suffolk ... Near Tergnier 

,, FRANCIS, 2/Lt. William Joseph, 5fn)Royal Fusiliers Near Jus sy 

HAMMOND, Capt. Hugh Jerrold,* 2/Gloucester ... Salonika (i 8th} 

HUTTON, 2/Lt. Lome de Hutton, M.G.C. ... ... Near Bufville rs 

,, LIDGETT, Lieut. John Cuthbert, 3/South Lancashire ... Near Ham 

Me. ILROY, Pte. James, i/Artists ... ... ... Trescault 

MEDLAND, 2/Lt. James Edward Percy, Royal Engineers 

MORRALL, 2/Lt. John Bernard, lo/R. Warwick 

OWEN, Pte. Wilfred Ernest, i/Artists ... ... Trescault 

SMITH, 2/Lt. Norman Havelock, 2o/London ... Near Fins 

STEAD, 2/Lt. Horace Stuart, 3/Lancashire Fusiliers ... 

WALLEY, Lieut. John Clifford, 5/Leicester ... Near Epehy 

WRIGLEY, 2/Lt. Percy Bernard, R. Engineers 

24. BAILEY, 2/Lt. Arnold, 8/R. Lancaster ... ... Near Arras 

BUCKLEY, Lieut. Sidney James, 5/South Stafford ... Haplincourt 

CHEVERTON, Major Thomas Bird, * R.F.A. (T.F.) ... 

CLARK, 2/Lt. Ronald Hope,* i6/Rifle Brigade 
* Died of Wounds. 



ARTISTS' RIFLES, 1918. 



1918. 
Mar. 24. CUMNER, 2/Lt. Cyril William, 4/London ... 

,, ,, DENT, 2/Lt. Reginald Teesdale, 6/Rifle Brigade ... Near Pargny, Somme 
ELEY, 2/Lt. Ralph Corban, iQ/London 
GRAHAM, 2/Lt. Thomas Eric, %? 2/Scottish Rifles 

HADDOCK, 2/Lt. Joseph Henry, I4/R. Irish Rifles . .. 

HAND, Pte. John William,* i/ Artists ... ... Ytres 

KIDD, Capt. Claud Bernard, > i5/Cheshire ... Near Mericourt 

LAST, Capt. Ernest Reginald, ^ ^ i/Liverpool 

McKm, 2/Lt. Eric, 6(n)K.R.K.C. ... ... Near Voyennes, Somme 

MATHESON, 2/Lt. Herbert, i3(i5)London ... Near Le Cateau 

MAXWELL, Pte. John Humphrey, i/Artists... .. Ytres 

MOORHOUSE, Pte. Allen, i/Artists ... ... 

MORGAN, Pte. James Roland, i/Artists ... ... ,, 

SIMPSON, L/Cpl. William Donovan, i /Artists ... 

TERRY, Capt. Sidney Frederic, >R i/Wilts ... ... Near Bap a nine 

TINCKLER, Pte. Eric Harrison, i/Artists ... . . Ytres 

WARD, Pte. Dudley Grant, i /Artists ... ... 

25. DAVIES, Pte. Geo. Edwin Carlton,* i/Artists ... ,, 

HILLIER, 2/Lt. Sidney Napier, 6/S. Wales Borderers Near Achiet-le-Grand 

26. EVANS, Lieut. Hugh Ehvyn, ^ 5/Yorkshire ... Near Peronne 
GRELLIER, 2/Lt. Arthur Berteau, 7/Lancashire Fusiliers 

,, READING, 2/Lt. Vernon Jack, R.F.C. ... ... Combat over Parvillers 

SCOLDING, 2/Lt. George Henry, 5/Noifolk ... ... In France 

27. ANCELL, L/Cpl. Horace, i /Artists ... ... Aveluy Wood 

CLARKE, 2/Lt. Alfred Lord, 3/Lancashire Fusiliers ... 

,, FINNEMORE, 2/Lt. Henry James,* y/R. Sussex (R.F.C.) 

,, HARVEY, Lieut. Douglas, 2/Grenadier Guards 

,, HENDRY, 2/Lt. Charles Arthur, 5(9) R. Fusiliers ... Near Aveluy Wood 

JACKSON, Pte. James Herbert, i/Artists ... ... Near Albert 

MACKLIN, 2/Lt. David Harold, 5/Bedford ... 

,, MATTHEWS, 2/Lt. Joseph Henry, 5/R. Berks 

,, PAINE, Capt. George Gordon,* ^ 2/R. Berks Near Aveluy Wood (261/1} 

,, PENTECOST, 2/Lt. Charles Gordon, R.F.C.... ... Near Amiens 

,, WILLIS, Lieut. Eric FitzGeorge, i/Artists ... ... Near Albert 

28. ADAMS, Sgt.-Inst. Arthur Cyril, i/Artists ... ... In France 

CAMPKIN, 2/Lt. Reginald Ernest,* 4/London ... Near Op py Wood 

DAVIES, 2/Lt. Evan Jones, i /Welsh Guards ... Boiry-Eecquertlle 
,, EDWARDS, Capt. William," R.A.S.C. (Shropshire L.I.) 

., FORBKS, 2/Lt. Duncan, I3/R. Scots ... ... Near Monchy 

GOODCHILD, 2/Lt. Stewart John, 3/Shropshire L.I. ... Near Henin 

,, GROWSE, Capt. John Hartley,* 2/Northampton 

,, HUGO, Lieut. Reginald Graeflf,* n/Highland L.I. ... In France 

,, PARTINGTON, Capt. Leigh, i/Northumberland Fusiliers 

,, ROSE, Lieut. Stewart Alan, 2/Northumberland Fusiliers 

,, SMITH, 2/Lt. George William, 8/R. Lancaster 

,, WELLS, 2/Lt. Maurice Godfrey, R.F.A. 

,, WOODHOUSE, 2/Lt. Percy Wilfred, R.F.C.... 

* Dud of Wounds. 



3 2 . ROLL OF HONOUR 



1918. 

Mar. 29. JONES, 2/Lt. Herbert Joaquim,* 4(7)R. Irish (While P.O. W.) 

MALEHAM, 2/Lt. Edgar Hubert,* 9/York & Lancaster... 

,, PALMER, 2/Lt. Henry John, 5/D.C.L.I. ... ...Near Villers-Brettoneux 

,, POWELL, Pte. Philip George,* i/ Artists ... ...P. O. W. (Missing 2$tJi) 

30. CHANDLER, Capt. Cecil William, >& 8/R. Munster Fusiliers 

DUXBURY, Capt. Andrew Marshall, fc Bucks Bn,/Ox. & Bucks L.I. 

HARDING, Pte. Stanley Whittall,* i/Artists ... ... Wounded Nov. 3 

,, ,, LINDREA, 2/Lt. Wilfred George, 4/Gloucester ... Warfusse-Abancourt 

MARTIN, Lieut. Cyril Basnett, 2i/London ... 

SERVICE, 2/Lt. George Brown, M.G.C. 

,, WHITWORTH, 2/Lt. Arthur Geo. Richard,* ig/Northumb. Fus. 

,, 31. PREEDY, 2/Lt. Lawrence Jack, 4(i)R. Warwick ... Near Arras 

Apr. i. MULLANE, 2/Lt. Bernard Patrick,* 6(g)R. Fusiliers ... Wounded Mar. 26 

,, OSBORN, 2/Lt. Edward Bertram,* 5/E. Lanes.... ... Hargicourt(Mar.2i} 

,, SMITH, L/Cpl. George Herbert,* i/Artists ... ... Forceville 

2. JOHNS, Pte. Thomas,"' i/Artists ... ... ... 

,, MOORE, 2/Lt. Jack Greville, R.A.F. ... ... Accident at Scampton 

3. JAMIESON, 2/Lt. John, 9(i6)Lancashire Fusiliers ... Near Arras 

4. ANDREW, 2/Lt. Frank Douglas,* 7/Manchester Died in Bohain (Mar. ji) 

,, HALL, Capt. Albert Loader, 8/East Surrey ... ...Near Villers-Brettoneux 

,, ,, NEWELL, Capt. Arthur Francis, 8/Rifle Brigade 

NICHOLLS, Capt. Henry King, 5/East Surrey ...Near Villers-Brettoneux 

PARKES, 2/Lt. Percy Reginald,* 1 8/London ... (While P.O.W.} 

5. ASKEY, 2/Lt. Cecil Harry Leonard.* 3/Lincoln 

,, BOYER, 2/Lt. Ernest Alexander, 7/London... ... Near Aveluy Wood 

EWEN, Lieut. Henry Spencer, ^ 23/London... 

,, FULLAGER, Sgt. Charles Ernest, i/Artists ... ... Mesnil 

HOYLE, Pte. James William, i/Artists ... ... 

,, KEMBLE, Pte Colin Stuart, i/ Artists ... ... ,, 

ROBERTSON, L/Cpl. David Whitelaw, i/Artists ... 

ROSE, 2/Lt. Eric William, ^ 2/Lancashire Fusiliers ... Near Bucquoy 

6. CORNWELL, Pte. W r illiam Henry Arthur,* i/Artists ... Mesnil 

,, CROSIER, 2 Lt. Vernon Swann, 7/London (K. W. Surrey) Near Doullens ($tK) 

HALLPIKE, 2/Lt. Christopher George, R.G.A. 

9. BEAK, Lieut. Frank Leslie, R.F.A. 

,, BROOKE, 2/Lt. Leonard, <% 4/Loyal N. Lancashire ... Near Givenchy 

,, LEAVER, 2/Lt. Stanley Horace, 5(i7)Middlesex ... Near Sailly-Lvs 

LOWRY, Lieut. Vyvyan Charles, M.G.C. ... ... Near Bailleul 

SMITH, 2/Lt. Charles Frederick, 12 Suffolk (T.M.B.) 

WALKER, 2/Lt. William Francis, g/Northumberland Fusiliers 

10. COPPOCK, Lieut. Hugh Searle, 2/S. Lancashire ... Near Ploegsteert 
DUDDY, 2/Lt. Geo. Lionel Alfred, n/Sufiolk 

SEWELL. 2/Lt. Edward John,* R.G.A. ... ... Near Neuve-Chapehe 

11. ARNOLD, 2/Lt. Hedley Graham, 3(2)8. Wales Borderers 

,, COXON, Capt. William Basil, 23/Northumberland Fusiliers Pont de Nieppe 

MORGAN, 2/Lt. William Hugh, 1 2/S. Wales Bdrs. (Welch) 

THOMAS, 2/Lt. William Hope, i/Leicester (T.M.B.) 

* Died of Wounds. 




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ARTISTS' RIFLES. 1918. 



33 



1918. 
April ii. 
12. 



14. 



IS- 



18. 


20. 
22. 

23- 
24. 



25- 

26. 

)! 

> 
27. 

> 
28. 



30. 


May i. 
2. 



THOMPSON, 2/Lt. Ronald William, i/Monmouth (4/8. Lanes.) Festubert 

BALL, 2/Lt. Gerald Harman, >!< M.G.C. ... ... -A^ar Vieux-Bercquin 

BOLTER, 2/Lt. Charles Albert, M.G.C. ... ... Near Bailleul 

CROOKSTON, 2/Lt. William John, 4/Scottish R. (8/Border) Near Neuve-Eglise 
LKECH, Lieut. Arthur William,* ^ 6/Northumberland Fus. On the Somme 

METCALKE, 2/Lt. George,* lo/R. Scots 
SMITH, 2/Lt. Leon Walter, 4/U.C. L.I. .. ... Near Estaires 

BINGHAM, Lieut. Montague Hearfielcl, 5/ Yorkshire L. I. Near Foret de Nieppe 

SANGEK, 2/Lt. Henry Keith, lo/East Yorks 

ALLEN, Capt. Norman, I4/R. Warwick 

CHALLIS, 2/Lt. Ivor James, n /Lancashire Fusiliers ... 

DAVIES, Capt. Geraint,* 9/Northumberland Fusiliers ... 

GEORGE, 2/Lt. Alan Lee.* I5/R- Warwick 

MCCARTHY, 2/Lt. Thadeus Francis, ^ 4/Loyal N. Lanes. 

FDGKHILL, 2/Lt. Ashley Gay,* * is/Lanes. Fus. (T.M.B.) 

GOULD, 2/Lt. James Robertson Sabiston,* M.G.C. 

HESKETT, 2/Lt. John, 2/West Riding 

LEFTWICH, Lieut. Nigel George, 2/Cheshire 

MASON, 2/Lt. George, i/North Stafford 

SMITH, Ca|)t. William Leslie,* >& 2/Worcester 

BARKKR, 2/Lt. Henry Watson, 4/Lincoln ... 

CHEERS, 2/Lt. Donald Heriot Anson, R.A F. 

HEATIEY, 2/Lt. Charles Frederick, 3/R. Welch Fusiliers 

ROWE, 2/Lt. Gilbert James Burberry, 5/R. Berks 

YOUNG, 2/Lt. James Cecil,* 7/R. Fusiliers ... 

Cox, 2/Lt. Lupton James, i/Gloucester .... 

GORDON, 2/Lt. Arthur Forbes,* i/Cameron Highlanders 
WILKES, 2/Lt. George Lionel, y/London ... 
HALLIWELL, 2/Lt. Frederick, ii/Manchester 
ROLFE, Lieut. .Raymond Harold, 4/Grenadier Guards 
MILLER, Lieut. Frederick Charles, 6/Gloucester 
RAWK, 2/Lt. Charles Henry, R.F.A. (R.G.A.) 
THOMAS, 2/Lt. Arthur Lewis, 2/Northampton 
EASTERBROOK, Lieut. Henry George,* p/London 
MOSSMAN, 2/Lt. Harold Alexander, & i/Grenadier Guards 
CHAPLYN, 2/Lt. Cyril Edward, lo/Essex ... 
KING, 2/Lt. Henry Garfield, lo/Essex 
NICHOLSON, 2/Lt. Paul C'hessum, 9/Yorkshire L.I. ... 

O'NEILL, 2/Lt. Douelas Quirk, ic/R. Warwick 
CARR, Capt. Leslie George,*^ i/London (4/8. Stafford) 
TEDDER, 2'Lt. Oswald Stanley, 3/Lincoln ... 
HUNT, 2/Lt. Arthur Warner,* n/Essex 
ROBINSON, 2/Lt. Cyril Charles Edward, R.A.F. 
DIXON, 2/Lt. William Swanston, 5/Lincoln ... 
McHARDY, 2/Lt. Stewart John, 7/London ... 
ALDRICH, 2/Lt. Arnold, i(8)Worcester 
CARD, 2/Lt. Jacob Pisa, i7/London 

* Died of Wounds. 



Near Merville 

Near Neuve-Eglise 
Near Thiennes 
,, Givenchy 
Near Ayette (141/1) 
Nr, Ablonzn'ille (Mar. 2f) 
... Near La Bassee Canal 
Barak/i, Salonika 
Near Bailleul 

Near Kemmel 
Accident at Gullane 
Armenttfres (jtK) 
Near Armentieres 
Wounded 6th 
Near Fes tuber t 
Givenchy 
,, Amiens 

Near Hazebrouck 



Near Warlencourt 



Mount Kemmel 

Near Reninghelst 

Near Kemmel 



Near Doullens 

In Syria 
Died 



ROLL OF HONOUR 



1918. 

May 2. HEPPENSTALL, L/Cpl. Robert Archibald,* i/Artists ... Albert (Mar. 28) 

,, MOORE, 2/Lt. George Alexander, I4/R. Warwick 

,, UNDERWOOD, Capt. Cyril Henry, 17 /London ... Palestine 

3. PARRY, 2/Lt. Samuel, R. Engineers (R.A.F.) ... Over German Lines 

8. BOWIE, 2/Lt. Alan Stuart Hunter,* R.G.A. ... 

14. NASH, 2/Lt. Henry Alfred, R.A.F. 

,, 15. HARRIS, 2/Lt. Sydney Ernest, 3(4)Loyal N. Lancashire Wounded nth 

,, ,, JONES, Lieut. Harry, 4/ London ... ... ... Accident (bombing) 

1 6. HEYNES, 2/Lt. Dudley Hugo, R.F.A. ... ...Near Villers-Brettoneux 

,, HOLWILL, 2/Lt. William Bertram,* M.G.C.... Near St. Queniin (Mar. 21) 

1 8. FLEET, 2/Lt. William Alexander, i/Grenadier Guards Near Warlencourt 
WOODS, 2/Lt. Eric Evelyn,* i2/Liverpool ... 

19. KELLAND, Sub-Lt. Robert Sydney, R.N.V.R. 

,, TAYLOR, Pte. William, i/Artists .. ... ... " Aveluy Wood 

TUDOR, Pte. Adrian de Roy, i/ Artists ... ... ,, ,, 

20. KITCHIN, Pte. Arthur, i /Artists ... ... ... 

21. BUTLAND, Lieut. George, 2/York & Lancaster 

22. BURFOOT, 2/Lt. William Martin, 3/Dorset (R.A.F.) ... 

HEATH, 2/Lt. Gerard Bower, 2/Coldstream Guards ... At Ayette 

MOTT, L/C pi. Charles,* i/Artists ... ... ... Aveluy Wood 

24. COLVILLE-JONES, Capt. Thomas,* R.A.F. ... ... While P.O. W. 

25. GILLIAT, Lieut. Robert Vincent,* to/Manchester ... ,, 

27. BOWE, 2/Lt. Eric Arthur, Durham L.I. 
COUNSELL, 2/Lt. Henry Cecil, R.F.A. 
PELLS, 2/Lt. Cyril Elmore, 3/Devon 

,, PLATT, 2/Lt. Claud Lucien Francis, R.F.A. 

ROBERTS, Pte. Lionel William,* i /Artists ... ... At Doullens 

,, SARGENT, Lieut. Ernest Malcolm, 5/Northumb. Fusiliers 

,, SMITH, 2/Lt. Donovan Richardson McC.,* 4/Manchester (i/Worcester) 

TAYLOR, Lieut. Leslie Francis, % i/K.R.R.C. (M.G.C.) 

28. BRAY, 2/Lt. Frank Hugh, 3(9)R. Sussex ,.. ... Near Loos 

DONAGHY, 2/Lt. Robert Andrews, R.G.A. ... ... In France 

HARTREE, 2/Lt. Cyril, R.G.A. ... ... ... Near Hazebrouck 

JACOB, Pte. Edmund, i/Artists ... ... ... Aveluy Wood 

SLATER, Lieut. Harry,* 6/South Stafford ... ...Near Go r re Wood (2 is t) 

29. BOWLY, Lieut. Reginald Walter, 20/Manchester ... Foret de Nieppe 
,, DAVIES, 2/Lt. Melville Allen Duff, * 9 /K.R.R.C. ... Died 
MOORE, Lt.-Col. Robert Frank, D.S.O., * i/Notts & Derby 

STAFFORD-BADGER, Pte. Herbert Pearson, i/Artists ... Aveluy Wood 

30. MILLS, Capt. Henry Jackson, M.G.C. ... On the Champagne Front 
MORETON, 2/Lt. Norman Houghton, R.A.F. 

NOTLEY, z/Lt. Albert Carr, s/R. Lancaster (5/8. Lanes.) 

31. LEANING, 2/Lt. Reginald William, g/Liverpool ... Accident 
June i. AYLES, Lieut. Francis Powell, Grenadier Guards (R.A.F.) Accident at Scampton 

,, FIRTH, Pte. Edwin, i /Artists ... .,. ... Aveluy Wood 

KEMP, 2/Lt. George Hubert, 157 Durham L.I. (R.A.F.) 

PRINGLE, Pte. Hugh Frederick D., i/Artists ... Aveluy Wood' 

* Died of Wounds. 



ARTISTS' RIFLES, 1918. 



1918. 

June 3. PAILTHORPE, Pte. Lawrence Stewart,* i/Artists ... Aveluy Wood 

,, PARKHURST, z/Lt. George Henry, 3/Manchester (8/Worcester) 

4. CAPPER, 2/Lt. Harold Kent, R.A.F. ... ... Accident at Stamford 

8. LOUDOUN, 2/Lt. Thomas, 3/R. Highlanders 

13. FAIRTLOUGH, Capt. Gerard Howard,* ^ i/Artists (R.E.) Wounded May 25 

,, HAMILTON, Capt. Herbert James, & R.A.F. ... Accident at ladcaster 

,, WHITESIDE, Lieut. Miles Bruce Dalzell, i/Highland L.I. (R.A.F.) Accident 

,, 15. BUTTERY, 2/Lt. Robert Arthur, 3(4)Oxford & Bucks L.I. Asiago Plateau, Italy 

,, CHUTTER, Lieut. George Philip, 3/Gloucester ... ,, 

16. HARLAND, 2/Lt. Richard, R.G.A. 

,, LEVICK, 2/Lt Cyril, R.A.F. ... ... ... Near St. Omer 

17. BIRDSALL, Pte. Geoffrey, i/ Artists ... ... In France 

19. CARTMAN, 2/Lt. James Victor, 5/Liverpool ... 

20. COLE, 2/Lt. William Maurice,* & 5 /Leicester ... Near Essars, Bethune 
,, PERRY, 2/Lt. Arthur Ernest Cecil,* R.G.A. ... ... Near Albert 

,, ,, SESSIONS, Lieut. Donald Humphrey, <% R.A.F. ... Over New Romney 

21. REDLER, Lieut. Harold Bolton, ^ R.A.F. ... ... Accident 

,, 25. CARTER, 2/Lt. Alan, R.A.F. ... ... ... Near Abbeville 

,, ,, MATTHEWS, Capt. Thomas, M.B.E.* R.G.A. ... At A ire 

29. FIELD, Pte. Roy Hammersley,* i/Artists ... ... In France 

July i. BALLS, Lieut. Frank William, 3/Suffolk (R.A.F.) ... Died in Arabia 

WHITELEY, Lieut. Charles Taylor,* 8/R. Warwick Near Merville (June 29} 

,, 2. HARTMANN, Lieut. Charles Herbert, 5/R. West Kent Near Bouzincourt 

,, 4. BURT, Pte. Horace Christopher, Artists ... .. Died 

,, ,, MACKENZIE, Capt. Frederick Boyce, R.G.A. ... Accident 

,, 5. BURNS, Pte. William Alfred, i/Artists ... ... Auchonvillers 

,, ,, WALTERS, Pte. Robert Ernest, i/Artists 

14. HUGHES, 2/Lt. William,* * 8/ Bedford ... ... Near Albert (3rd) 

,, 15. GRAY, Lieut. Plarry Albert, * R. West Kent ... Wounded loth 

,, 1 6. HAYES, Pte. Thomas Frederick, i/Artists ... ... Auchonvillers 

,, ROGERS, 2/Lt. Arthur Forbes, R.A.F. ... ... Accident at Lydd 

WALKER, Pte. John Thomas, i/Artists ... ... Auchonvillers 

17. DOWSETT, 2/Lt. Henry George, R.A.F. ... Over Nether Wallop, Hants. 

MILLER, Pte. Frank, i/Artists ... ... ... Died while P.O. W. 

20. BRAY, 2/Lt. Sidney Herbert, 8/ West York s... 

,, CORNELIUS, 2/Lt. Herbert Walter, i/Bedford ... Near Foret de Nieppe 

21. HICKS, Lieut. Charles Hubert, 8/Notts & Derby ... Near Hazebrouck 

22. STREATER, 2/Lt. John Wenham,* 1 5/R. Warwick Foret de Nieppe (June 28} 
25. DANSEY, 2/Lt. Felix Ramon Arthur, y/London ... Near Albert 
27. GREENWOOD, Lieut. James Hurst,* %< n/R. West Kent Aveluy Wood (April 6) 

29. CHEESMAN, Pte. Daniel Gordon, Artists .... ... Died 

,, DULIN, Lieut. William Walker Motta, R.A.F. ... Accident 

30. BLAKE, Major Charles Edwin Norman, >& R.F.A. 

,, BRISLEY, Major Cuthbert Everard, R.A.F.... Accident, Market Dray ton 

,, KING, Lieut. Kenneth Vivian, R.A.F. ... Combat over German lines 

Aug. 2. NUTCOMBE, 2/Lt. Thomas Arthur, 3/East Lancashire (R.A.F.) 

,, ,, SWEETING, 2/Lt. Alan Ernest, R.A F. ... Accident at Biggin Hill 

* Died of Wounds. 



ROLL OF HONOUR 



1918. 
Aug. 4. 



8. 



10. 
ii. 



13. 
15. 
17. 
18. 


19. 



20. 



21. 
22. 



23. 



Moss, 2/Lt. Herbert Stanley, 2/R. Regt. Cavalry (i/Lond. Yeomanry) Died 
DAWSON, Capt. Frederick Albert, & 8/East Surrey ... Near Albert 

MUMMERY, Capt. Harry Norman,* i(i4)Highland L.I. d. in German hands 
BAINES, Capt. Ellis Eyton A.O.D. ... ... Died 

NICHOLLS, Lieut. Harold, 3/ East Surrey ... ... Morlancourl (6tJi) 

PEARSON, 2/Lt. Robert,* i/Yorks(8/\V. Yorks) d.inGermanhands,Rethel>Aisiie 

SELFE, Capt. Edgar Donald, 9/Norfolk 

STEVENS, 2/Lt. Douglas Harcoutt, 4/East Kent ... 

ANDKRSON, Capt. David Wilson, >& *%t 6/London ... 

BARBER, 2/Lt. Harry Mason, 3(8) East Surrey ... 

CLAYDON, Pte. Douglas Christie, Artists 

MURRAY, 2/Lt Arthur, 7/K. Sussex 

ROBERTS, 2/Lt. Francklin Alexander, 7/London ... 

THORLEY, Lieut. Horace William, 17/Lancers ... 

CONSTANCE, 2/Lt. William Ernest, 7/London ... 

DICKINSON, Lieut. Henry Waite,* i2/Northumb. Fusiliers 

MANSEL-HOWE, Lieut. Charles lorworth, 23/London 

PERRING, Lieut. Charles Richard, R.A.F. ... ... 

SAMPSON, Capt. Charles Alexander, %* 25/London ... 
Moss, 2/Lt. Gerald Alec, 2/Manchester ... ... 

TAYLOR, Capt. Ernest Reginald, >i< 7/Essex 
TEE, 2/Lt. Clifford Vernon,* H.G. A. ... 

FAT TORINI, Lieut. Thomas, R.A.F. ... ... 

WRIGHT, 2/Lt. Arthur Samuel. 3(8)East Yorks ... 

MERRETT, 2/Lt. Harold Kdmund/ lo/Notts & Derby... 

EMSLIK, htaff-Sgt.- Major Peter, D C.M., i/Artists ... 

THOMAS, 2/Lt. Cyril Reynard, i i/S. Wales Borderers 

HORSLEY, Capt. Oswald, i ^ 2/(iurdon H'drs. (R.A.F.) Accident over Reading 

KNOX, 2/Lt. Thomas Cowe, 7/Liverpool ... 

WHYTE, 2/Lt. Mark (Jilchrist, 6/R. Fusiliers 

BI;TTKRY, 2/Lt. Walter, 5/East Yorks ... ... Near Vieux Berquin 

WOLSTEN HOLME, 2/Lt. James Kenjamin W., R.A.F. ... 

TRAYNOR, Pte. Francis Edward, i/Artists ... ... 

EVERSH ED, Lieut. Philip Douglas, 7/London ... 

LAKEMAN, 2/Lt. Harold Leslie, R.A.S.C. (7/Lancs. Fus.) 
NELSON, Pte. Frederick Andrew Johnston,* I/Artists... 
SCHKLL, 2/Lt. Frederick Stanley, R.G.A. ... 

TYLER, Capt. Guy Cromwell, i/Norfolk ... ... 

WEBBER, Pte. William Kingsbury, i/Artists ... 

CHIPPINGTON, 2/Lt. Horace Leonard,* 3/Suffolk (i6/R. Warwick) 
EDINGER, 2/Lt. Valentine, i(4)R. \Varwick 
HEWLETT, Capt. Harold Alcester Tom, 4/London 
PALMER, Lieut. Arthur Baillie Bentinck, R.A.F. 
THOMPSON, 2/Lt. Leonard, R.A.F. 
WATSON, Lieut. Henry James Arthur, 5/Bedford 
BAKER, l*te Albert George. i/Artists ... 

EVANS, Pte. Jenkin Evan,* i/Artists ... 

* Died of Wounds. 



Near Morlancourt 

Near the Ancre 

Near the Somme 



Near Albert 

Near Cayeux 

Near Chipilly 

(While P.O. W.} 

Accident 

Near Bois Celestine 
Near Bois-en-Equerre 

Hamel 

Over Parvillers 
Foret de Nieppe 



Near Outcrsteene 



Near Fonquevillers 
Near Bray 

Near Logeast Wood 

Near Achiet-le- Petit 
In Logeast Wood 



Accident at Thetford 

Near Achiet-le- Petit 
Loeast Achiet Area 



ARTISTS' RIFLES. 1918. 



1918. 

Aug. 23. HARRIS, Pte. Ernest Beach,* i/Artists ... ...(P.O. W.} Achiet Area 

JONES, Pte. John Humphrey Ernest,* i/ Artists ... In France (Jan. , i) 

REEVE, Pte. Claud Harold,* i/Artists ... ... Logeast Wood 

24. BELL, 2/Lt. Oliver, R.A.F. 

GUY, 2/Lt. Reginald Churchill, 8/R. Berks 

,, KEEPING, Capt. Claude Jeffery, 8/Middlesex ... Near Croisilles 

,, OWEN, 2/Lt. Henry James, i6/R. Welch Fusiliers ... Near Mametz Wood 

WATT, Lieut. Hugo Burn Craig, ^ 8/Uurham L.I. 

25. BACKHOUSE, 2/Lt. Herbert Frankland, 4/Middlesex ... Near Achiel-fe- Grand 
GIBBON, 2/Lt. Frederick William, i/Northumb. Fusiliers 

MACMILLAN, Pte. Charles Ellis,* i/Artists ... ... Loupart Wood 

,, MURPHY, Lieut. John, 6/Northumberland Fusiliers ... 

26. ATHOL, Lieut. Charles Colbourne, M.G.C. ... 

,, HOUGHTON, 2/Lt. George, 3/West Yorks (6/Dorset) ... Near Marfinpuich 

,, STAPLETON, 2/Lt. William Howell, 3/Bedford (5/R. Berks) Near 1 Cafnoy 

27. ALLISON, Lieut. Harry, 3/R. Welch Fusiliers ... Near Longueval 
,, EDWARDS-TROLLIP, 2/Lt. John, 7/Londcn ... "... Albert 
,, LANGLEY, 2/Lt. Francis Jasper, 2/Gtenadier Guards ... 

MAULE-FFINCH, 2/Lt. Eric Herbert J., 7/London ... Near Bray 

TYLER, 2/Lt. William Alfred, 7/London ... ... Albert 

WILSON, 2/Lt. Alexander Gordon, i2(i3)R. Inniskg. Fus. Near Vieux-Berqnin 

., COLLINS, Pte. Arthur Leslie, i/Artists ... ... Thidoy 

DAVIDSON, Pte. Eric Harry Lucas, i/Artists 

,, GRAY, Pte. Oswald, i /Artists 

,, HARLAND, Pte. Morgan Lewis, i/Artists 

HORTON, Pte. Alan Moncrieff, i/Artists 

,, HUTCHINSON, Pte. William Laurence, i/Artists 

MILES, Pte. Frank David,* Artists 

28. NORMAN, Pte. Eric William,* Artists 

NORTH, Pte. Charles Edward P. J.,* Artists ... 

29. HUGGINS, Capt. Douglas Frank, i/London ... 
WALLIS, Pte. Charles F., Artists (i3/London) 

30. DUNN, 2/Lt. Harold Black, 5/Devon ... ... Near Vaux- Vraicourt 

EDE, Capt. Edwin William, & n/R. Fusiliers 

GREENWOOD, 2/Lt. Arthur Donald, 2/Bedford 

,, MADDOX, a/Lt. Leonard George, ^ ^ 22/London ... Accident 

THORP, 2/Lt. Charles Evans, R.A.F. ... .. In France 

PEARSON, Pte. Kenneth Herbert,* i /Artists ... ... 

31. CURLING, Capt. Frank Trevor, i8/London ... Near Maurepas 
DAVIE?, Pte. John,* i/Artists ... ... ... In France 

,, FRASER, 2/Lt. Alan Cuming, %t 7/London ... ... Bouchdvesnes 

,, HEWAT, Lieut. Richard Alexander, R.A.F.... 

,, MOSES, Lieut. Frank Samuel, R.G.A. ... ... Near Monchy 

STEVENSON, 2/Lt. Ralph Tapley, 5/London (R.F.C.) ... Near Bulleconrt 

YOUNG, Pte. Sidney Mountford,* i/Artists ... ... In France 

Sept. i. EDWARDS, 2/Lt. Arthur Ernest, 8(7) East Yorks ... Near Gutdecourt 

,, NELSON, Pte. William W., i/Artists ... ... Cagnicourt 

* Died, of Wounds. 



ROLL OF HONOUR 



1918. 

Sept. i REEVE, Lieut. Garnet Norman Bray, 9/Manchester ... Near Bapaume 

2. GARRETT, 2/Lt. Maurice Humphries, i5/London 

,, HALLMARK, 2/Lt. Percy Harold, 3/York & Lancaster 

KIRK, 2/Lt. Ronald Leslie, 7/London 

3. BOSWOOD, Lieut. Leslie John, R.A.F. ... . . . Accident, New Romney 

,, RICE, Pte. Albert George,* i/Artists ... ... Inchy Mxuvres 

STARK, 2/Lt. James Duncan,* 6/K.O.S.B. ... While P.O. W. 

THOROGOOD, Lieut. Edward Linford, 8/Lancashire Fus. 

WEISS, 2/Lt. Hubert Foveanse,* 8/London ... 

4. LEYBOURNE, Capt. Philip Edwin, >I< >J 8/Hampshire ... Near Kem me I 
MACADAM, Lieut. Arthur Charles,* R. M.L.I. 

MARTIN, 2/Lt. Edwin John, i /London ... ... Messines Ridge 

5. CABLE, 2/Lt. James Sydney, R.G.A. (S/R) ... ... Died 

MUNRO, Lieut. William Pearce,* R.F.A. ... ... Near Arras 

SPEAKMAN, 2/Lt. Alan Edwards, 2/R. Fusiliers 

WALTERS, L/Cpl. Robert Ernest, i/Artists ... ... Inchy Mceuvres 

6. HUCKLE, 2/Lt. Henry Wilson, i/Cambridge ... Near Nurlu 

7. GAUNT, Lieut. Benjamin William, 3/York& Lane. (T.M.B.) Havrincourt Wood 

8. RITSON, Pte. Charles Roy,* i/Artists ... ... Inchy Mceuvres 

10. SPURGEON, Lieut. Donald Frank Parker, 2o/London ... 

12. HOLLIS, Lieut. Arthur Reginald, lo/D. C.L.I. ... Near Hermies 

14. WHITWORTH, 2/Lt. Walter Hawbrth,^' 7/Lancashire Fus. Wounded i2th 

16. GRIFFIN, Lieut. Edward William, 6/Gloucester (R.A.F.) Near Le Cateau 

18. DAWSON, 2/Lt. Roger Graham, 3(6)Northampton 

GOTELEE, Capt. Geoffrey Harris, i/S. Wales Borderers Near Salonika 

HOWARD, Lieut. Albert Leonard, i/Loyal N, Lanes. Near Fresnoy la-Petite 

KILSBY, 2/Lt. George Alfred, 4/Northampton ... Near Roussoy 

19. COMBER, Capt. Turner, * 9/Essex .,. ... ... Epehy 

CROCKETT, Lieut. Wallace John, R.A.F. 

EVANS, 2/Lt. Hugh Robert, p/Welch 

,, STOTT, Lieut. Walter Goodwin, 4/Manchester (i5/Cheshire) Near Ypres 

20. LONGTHORPE, 2/Lt. Frederick,* Tank Corps 

MILES, Pte. Frank David,* i/Artists ... ... In France 

21. ISAACS, 2/Lt. Vincent Harcourt, 5(9) R. Fusiliers ... Near Epehy 
LARKEN, 2/Lt. John Savage, 2(i)West Kent Yeomanry 

22. Cox, Lieut. William George, R. Engineers ... ... Died at Baghdad 

HIGGS, 2/Lt. Reginald Frank, i/R. West Surrey ... Near Epehy 

SEDGELEY, Lieut. Henry Frederick, g/London 

23. HARGER, 2/Lt. Edwyn Oscar,* R. Engineers 
SIMMONS, 2/Lt. Robert Dewdney, 7/London 

24. LAMBDIN, Lieut. John Reginald,* ^ 7 /West Yorks ... Near Cambrai 

25. UNDERWOOD, Lieut. Roy ^Gaton, R.A.F. ... Accident at North Weald 

26. CRUICKSHANK, Major Eric,* R.F.A. ... 

27. BALDWIN, 2/Lt. Austin Provost, 2/Suffolk ... .. Near Cambrai 
DRUMMOND, Lieut. Joseph Rayson, R.A.F. 

,, EVANS, 2/Lt. John Ewart, 3/Devon ... ... Near Marcoing 

HUGHESDON, 2/Lt. Arthur Hamilton, R.F.A. ... ,, Cambrai 

* Died of Wounds. 



ARTISTS' RIFLES, 1918. 



39 



1918. 
Sept. 27. 



Oct. 



29. 



STEPHENS, Lieut. Robert Miller, 5/R. West Kent ... Near Gouzeaucourt 

ADAMS, Pte. Edgar Lawson, i/Artists ... Canal du Nord> Bourlon Wood 

BAGOT, Pte. Christopher Whitehead,* i/Artists 

CROXON, Pte. Abraham Belcham, i/Artists 

MAGSON, Pte. Walter, i/Artists 

MAINGOT, Pte. Edmund, i/ Artists 

POPKIN, Pte. Roland Gilbert, i/ Artists 

RICKARD, Pte. William Charles,* i /Artists ... 

REYNOLDS, Pte. William Halliday, i/Artists 

SELBY, Pte. Michael George, i /Artists 

TIMMS, Pte. William Frederick, i/Artists ... 

WHITE. Cpl. Frederick, i/Artists 

WILLIAMS, Pte. Maxwell James, i/ Artists ... 

BOWLING, 2/Lt. Arthur Henry, R.G.A. 

GIRLING, Lieut. Stephen Easthaugh, g/D.C.L.I. 

LAUGHTON, 2/Lt. Joseph Thornton, i/Bedford 

PARKER, 2/Lt. Leslie Rowland, 3(1)8. Wales Borderers 

BKATON, 2/Lt. Grover Cleveland,** R.G.A. 

BOWYER, Pte. Frederick William Snell, i /Artists 

HARTY, 2/Lt. William, 4/Shropshire L.I. ... 

HARVEY, Capt. Eric Howard, 1< * 5/Gloucester 

LEECH, 2/Lt. Robert Edward Holt, 4/Shropshire L.I. 

WIDDOP, Lieut. Arthur Norman, 4/East Kent 

EDMONDS, Lieut. Edward Peregrin Pell, R.A.F. 

SAWYER, Lieut. Robert Henry, R.A.F. 

BARTLETT, Lieut. Leonard, 2/Oxford & Bucks L.I. ... 

PENDEREL-BRODHURST, 2/Lt. Bernard R., R. Engineers 



.d. on service ( Cambrai) 

Near Villers- Pluich 

Cambrai 



S. of Cambrai 
Aubers Ridge 

Near Bethune 



ROBERTS, Pte. George,* i/ Artists 
TINNISWOOD, 2/Lt. Alfred, R. Engineers ... 
WILSON, Pte. Percy Gordon,* i /Artists 
GRIFFITHS, Pte. Garnet, :;: i/Artists... 
SAULL, 2/Lt. Harold Truscott, /King's Liverpool ... 
SKELTON, 2/Lt. Henry, i i/Lancashire Fusiliers 
ADAMS, 2/Lt. Percy Horace, i /Notts & Derby 
CHARLTON, 2/Lt. Frank Tysoe,* 3/South Lancashire ... 
CHRISTY, 2/Lt. John George, i(5)Leicester... 
COLLINGS, Lieut. Lionel Lapidge, Durham L.I. (R.A.F.) 
LAING, Major James Gordon, i/Artists (M.G.C.) 
VANN, Lt.-Col. Bernard William, V.C., * * 8/Notts & Derby 
WHEATLEY, 2/Lt. John Charles,* 3(5)Notts & Derby ... 
BANNESTER, 2/Lt. John, i6/London 
FELL, Pte. Kenneth George,* i/Artists 
O'CONNOR, Lieut. Bernard Joseph, 3/R. Fusiliers 
CANNING, 2/Lt. Ernest Harold, i/Gloucester (R.A.F.) 
LLOYD, z/Lt. Evan Christian,* 3(1 )S. Wales Borderers 
QUINN, 2/Lt. James Ewart, 8/King's Liverpool 
ROBERTSON, a/Lt. James,* ig(7)London 
* Died of Wounds. 



Died 

Near Cambrai 
Near Neuve-Chapelle 



S. of Cambrai 

S. of Cambrai 



Died 



Near Bethtine 

Near St. Quentin 

Died at Nef/ey 

Near Estaires 

,, Ramicourt 



In France 

Accident 

Near St. Quentin 
Cambrai 



, ROLL OF HONOUR 
4 



1918. 

Oct. 6. GRIMSLEY, . 2/Lt. William Henry, g/Yorks ... 

7. BAKER, Pte. Vernon Stanley, Artists ... ... Died 

8. ARCHER, 2/Lt. Henry Charles, i/Monmouth ... Near Sequehart 
CRANE, 2/Lt. Lucius Francis, i4/Worcester ... ,, Cambrai 
DUCKWORTH, 2/Lt. Walter Clarence, i3/Welch (i/Shrop. L.I.) ,, St.Quentin 
HARRY, Sub-Lt. Francis Clifford, Hawke Bn., R. Naval Div. Cambrai 
,, JAMES, 2/Lt. Harry Garfield, R.F.A. ... ... M 

LOOKER, 2/Lt. Arthur Donald, i(G/B)Suffolk (i5/Essex) Near Bois Grenier 

9. HARTLEY, Lieut. Alfred,* R.G.A. ... 

WINCH, 2/Lt. Edward Nightingale,* 8/R. West Kent... 

10. . CASSON, Pte. Henry Gent,* i/Artists ... ... Nitrgnies 

GOTELEE, L/Cpl. Frederick, i /Artists ... .. Died in France 

11. CRADDOCK, 2/Lt. Victor,* 5/South Stafford ... ... Near Bohain 

12. HALLIWELL, Capt. Frederick, ^/Manchester ... Neumlly 

13. DELANDRE-GROGAN, Lieut. LeonVictorSt. Patrick,^ i3/York&Lanc. InFrance 
,, SINCLAIR, Lieut. Eric Russell, ^ y/Argyle & Suth'd H'drs 

14. FISHER, 2/Lt. Charles Heath, ^ 12/East Surrey 

16. GODDARD, 2/Lt. Gordon Cecil, p/Hast Surrey ... Near Hau ssy 
SMITH, Capt. Geoffrey Hubert, ^ i/Coldstream Guards Missing, believed killed 
,, VINCENT, 2/Lt. Charles Issom Francis, i/Coldstream Gd* 

17. BROMHAM, Lieut. Charles Adolphus Row, 5/Devon ... 

,, JACQUES, 2/Lt. William Gladstone. 5/Notts & Derby Near Fresnoy-le-Grand 

18. TURNBULL, Capt. Maxwell. E< 8/Border ... ... Died 

19. DE BURIATTE, Lieut. Warwick Huxley, R.G.A. ... Accident at En field 

21. PURVIS, Lieut. John Easton, R.N.V.R. Mine-sweeping near Ostend 

22. BEVAN, Capt. Thomas William, R. Engineers ... Died at Dunkirk 
ROBINSON, Pte. George Milner, Artists ... ... Died 

23. HARVEY, 2/Lt. William Henry, R.F.A. (S/R) 

,, RIPPERGER, Lieut. Harold Theodore Alvin, <%f 4/Gloucester 

,, SPIN K, Lieut. Edward Wodehouse, 7/ Lancashire Fusiliers Near Beaurain 

STEPHENS, Lieut. Cecil Hubert, R.F.A. 

SUTTON, Lieut. William Henry, 2/Welch ... 

WELBY, 2/Lt. Davis, R.G.A^ (S/R) ... .. Died 

24. MARKS, 2/Lt. John, 3/Durham L.I. 

MITCHELL, Pte. David Dalrymple, Artists ... ... Died 

MORRIS, 2/Lt. Alfred Arthur Thomas, *R 6/Middlesex ... Near Jnchy 

,, THOMAS, Lieut. William Barton, 7/Worcester ... Mar Varcham 

25. HARDMAN, Capt. Kenrie, 3/Highland L.I. ... 

STICKLAND, Sgt Charles Stuart, Artists ... ... Died 

26. DICKSON, 2/Lt. Geo. Hubert Murray, 6/Black Watch... 

,, EMERY, Lieut. Walter Herbert Vernon, 7/East Lancashire Died 

NIXON, 2/Lt. Thomas William,* 7/York & Lancaster ... 

27. BURMANN, Capt. Robert Moyle, D.S.O ., * 2/Border ... Near Fontaine-au-Bois 

28. CULLING, Pte. Victor James, Artists ... ... Died 

29. HOWARD, Lieut. Gilbert Gordon,* 6/Gloucester 

NICHOLSON, Lieut. Bernard Geo. Maurice, i3/Northumb. Fus. Died 

30. DODD, Lieut. Albert, R.A.F. ... ... ... Near Le Cateau 

. * Died of Wounds. 



ARTISTS' RIFLES, 1918. 41 



1918. 

Oct. 30. FISH, Lieut. Benjamin. Leslie, i2(i8)Middlesex ... Near Le Catuiu 

., GREY, Pte. William Cecil, Artists ... ... Died 

PROSSER, Capt. Arthur Edward,* i/Worcester P.O. W. (2jrd) 

,, WELLS, Pte. Jack, Artists ... ... ... Died 

31. GOLDING, Capt. Harold William, A.S.C. (8/Somerset L.I.) 

MURRAY, Pte. Robeit McNab, Artists ... ... Died 

Nov. i. BARRETT, Lieut. Jack. Harper Phillips, i /Lincoln (R. A. F 1 .) ,, 

,, WICKS, Pte. Francis Heywood, Artists ... ... 

2. HULSE, Pie. Charles William, Artists ... ... 

,, INGLETON, Lieut. Herbert John,- 4(8)Lancashire Fus. Near St. Quentin 

,, 3. LLEWELLYN, 2/Lt. Vivian, i4/K. Welch Fusiliers 

4. BROCK, Lieut. Cecil Howard,* 8/ Devon ... ... Near Pommcreuil 

,, HUNTER, Capt. Charles James, 2/Bedford (Labour Corps) Died 

LECH ERTIER, Lieut. Jacques Alfred R.F.A. ... Near Le Quesnoy 

OWEN, Capt. Malcolm de Brissac,i< i/Hertford ... Near Johinetz 

OWEN, Lieut. Wilfred Edward Salter, iji 5/Manchester ... Near Sambre Canal 

ROCH-AUSTIN, Lieut. Sidney Leslie,* 4/West Riding ... Near Manbeuge 

CANNON, Pte. Ernest Edward, 2/Artists ... ... Died 

FLETCHER, Pte. Cecil Brasher, 2/Artists ... ... 

PEARMAN. Pte. Carl Herbert, 2/Artists ... ... ,> 

,, RHEAM, Pte. Herbert Leopold, 2/Artists ... ... - 

WEHRLE, Sgt. Alfred, 2/Artists ... .. .... .. 

5. ADAIR, Pte. Edward Samuel Baker, 2/Artists ... 
,, MARSHALL, 2/Lt. Harry,* Labour Corps ... ... Estaires (Oct. 29} 

6. PEPPKR, Capt. Alwyn Tayton, R. Engineers ... Died at Salonika 

8. BREGAZZI, 2/Lt. Edward, 5/Notts & Derby ... ... Died 

SHAW, Lieut. Walter Douglas,*^ R. Fusiliers (lo/Manchester) 

,, THOMAS, Sgt. Reginald, Artists ... ... ... Died 

9. ALINGTON, Cpl. Gervase Winford, i/Artists (Ty/London) Near Harvengt 
DAVIS, 2/Lt. Philip Henry Halton, 3/Manchester 

PEGRAM, Capt. Charles Ernest, >i i7/Rifle Brigade ... Died 

WILLIAMS, Lieut. William Harold, R.G.A. ... ... Near Valenciennes 

10. HOBSON, Capt. Robert Carl, ^ ^ 1 2/Northumb. Fusiliers Died 
GARBUTT, ^gt. Joseph Herbert, i/Artists ... ... Near Haruengt 

,, CROFT, Major Benjamin, i/Artists ... ... ,, 

ARMISTICE. 

11. BEVINGTON, Pte. Thomas Pincombe, Artists ... Died 
,, ELLIOTT, Pte. Horace J., Artists ... ... ... ' 

,, HALLS, Pte. William James, Artists .. ... ,, 

,, POWER, Pte. Bryan, Artists ... ... ... ,, 

,, ROBERTS, I.ieut. John,Ji R.F.A ... ... ... 

,, WOODFORDE, Pte. George Augustus,* i/Artists Wounded in France (Sept. 27) 

12. SHEA, Lieut. Richard Thomas, R.G.A. ... ... Died 

13. YEWDALL, Pte. Mark, i /Artists ... ... ... Died at Etaples 

17. DA VIES, 2/Lt. David Harold,* i /Wilts ... ... Cambrai (Aug. 30) 

* Died of Wounds. 



ROLL OF HONOUR 



1918. 

Nov. 17. DOBSON, Lieut. Nathaniel George,* 2/Border (i/Cam.) 

20. THOMSON, Pte. Both well, Artists ... ... ... Died 

22. EVANS, Lieut. Percy Lewis, R.A.F. 

,, 25. STAINTON, Lieut. Ernest,* 7 /Worcester 

,, 26. BIGGS, 2/Lt. Seward, A.S.C. ... ... ... Died near Cambrai 

POOLE, 2/Lt. Leslie Stanley Richard, R.A.F. 

Dec. 6. THORPE, 2/Lt. Albert Edward, 3/Yorks (n/East Yorks) Died 

12. PLUMPTON, 2/Lt. Robert, 6/ Yorks ... ... ,, 

1 8. COOPER, Lieut. Frederick Edmund,* 26/R. Fusiliers ... 

19. ASHWIN, Pte. Mauley Frederic, Artists ... ... Died 

20. BRIGGS, Lieut. Ernest Frederick, R.N.R. ... ... Died on Service 

,, IMROTH, 2/Lt. Leslie, 8/Hampshire ... ... Died 

MACARTHY, Pte. Jeremiah James, Artists ... ... ,, 

27. WETHERALL, 2/Lt. Eric Francis Cecil, Labour Corps... Died at Lille 

ANSON-JONES, 2/Lt. John Samuel, R.G.A. ... ... Died 



1919. 

1919. 

Jan. 9. SLATTERY, Capt. Francis James, R. Engineers ... Died 

,, 24. WHITE, 2/Lt. Thomas Herbert,^ 7/East Lanes. (R.A.F.) 

30. BERKELEY, Lieut. Christopher, Coldstream Guards (R.A.F.) Accident 

RAWLINS, Capt. Guy Vernon Champion, R.E. (Tank Corps) Died 

Feb. 4. ROUGHT, Lieut. Charles Gardiner, a/R. West Surrey .. Died after repatriation 

13. GUNN, 2/Lt. Edmond Alan, R.G.A. ... ... Died 

15. BURLEY, 2/Lt. Ernest Sidney, Labour Corps ... ,, 

17. WHITEHEAD, Lieut. Edgar Joseph William, R.G.A. (R.E.) ,, 

22. GRATWICK, Lieut. Harold Duncan, 4/ Devon ... ,, 

,, 28. MILLS, 2/Lt. Robert Cecil Lloyd, 6/Northampton ... Died after repatriation 

Mar. 7. STUART, 2/Lt. Herbert Gordon,* 3/London ... ... Mariecourt (27 \8li8} 

,, 13. TRATMAN, Lieut. Leslie William Draycott, R.A.F. ... Died after repatriation 

,, 23. ARCHER, Pte. Percy John, Artists ... ... Died 

26. NORDEN, Pte. William Alfred, Artists ... ... ,, 

27. MINORS, Lieut. Roland Towers, 7 /Worcester (R.A.F.) Accident at Namur (26th} 

Apr. 20. GERHARDI, Lieut. Charles, R.A.F. ... ... Accident in Esthonia 

22. HUNT, Lieut. Cyril Frank, R.A.F. ... ... Accident 

May 10. NORTON, Lieut. George, R.A.F. ... ... ... 

July 15. GOOLDEN, Capt. Alexander Wood, i34/Baluchistan Infantry (late i/E. Surrey) 

Near Fort Sandeman, Ajghan Frontier 

Sept. 23. BOOTH, 2/Lt. Edward Arthur, General Staff ... At Kolvetski, N. Russia 

"Died of Wounds. 



SECTION II. 



LIST OF 

DECORATIONS, HONOURS 

AND 

REWARDS FOR SERVICES IN THE FIELD 

OBTAINED BY MEMBERS OF THE CORPS 

SINCE AUGUST 4TH, 1914. 



i.OL 



The Victoria Cross Decoration was instituted January 2<)th, 1856, for the purpose of 
signalising special individual acts of bravery. It may be conferred on any rank. The 
Bad^e consists of a Bronze Cross patee with the Royal Crown in the centre and underneath 
a scroll bearing the inscription '''For Valour." The colour of the ribbon is red. 



HALLOWES, 2/Lt. Rupert Price, M.C. 4/Middlesex 

HOOGE, BELGIUM, between 25th September and ist October, 1915. For most conspicuous 
bravery and devotion to duty. 

2/Lt. Hallowes displayed throughout these days the greatest bravery and untiring 
energy, and set a magnificent example to his men during four heavy and prolonged bombardments. 
On more than one occasion he climbed up on the parapet, utterly regardless of danger, in order 
to put fresh heart into his men. He made daring reconnaissances of the German positions in 
our lines. When the supply of bombs was running short he went back under heavy shell fire 
and brought up a fresh supply. Even after he was mortally wounded he continued to cheer 
those around him, and to inspire them with fresh courage. 

[Reg. No. 1422. Gazetted sth April, 1915. Killed in action 3oth Sept., 1915] 

FLEMING-SANDES, 2/Lt. Arthur James Terence 2/East Surrey 

HOHENZOLLERN REDOUBT, FRANCE, September 2gth, 1915. For most conspicuous bravery. 
a/Lt. Fleming-Sandes was sent to command a company which at the time was 
in a very critical position. The troops on his right were retiring, and his own men, who 
were much shaken by continual bombing and machine-gun fire, were also beginning to retire, 
owing to shortage of bombs. Taking in the situation at a glance, he collected a few bombs, 
jumped on to the parapet in full view of the Germans, who were only twenty yards away, and 
threw them. 

Although very severely wounded almost at once by a bomb, he struggled to his feet and 
continued to advance and throw bombs till he was again severely wounded. This most gallant 
act put new heart into his men, rallied them, and saved the situation. 
[Reg. No. 1482. Gazetted gth May, 1915] 

HELLISH, Capt. the Rev. Edward Noel ... Chaplain to the Forces (R.A.C.D.) 
ST. ELOI, FRANCE, ayth to 2gth March, 1916. For most conspicuous bravery. 
During heavy Sighting on three consecutive days he repeatedly went backwards and 
forwards under continuous and heavy shell and machine-gun fire, between our original trenches 
and those captured from the enemy, in order to tend and rescue wounded men. He brought 
in ten badly wounded men on the first day from ground swept by machine-gun fire and three 
were actually killed while he was dressing their wounds. The battalion to which he was 
attached was relieved on the second day, but he went back and brought in twelve more wounded 
men. On the night of the third day he took charge of a party of volunteers, and once more 
returned to the trenches to rescue the remaining wounded. This splendid work was quite 
voluntary on his part, and outside the scope of his ordinary duties. 

[Gazetted 5th May, 1915 

GATHER, Lieut. Geoffrey St. George Shillington ... Adjutant 9/Royal Irish Fusiliers 
Near HAMEL, FRANCE, ist July, 1916. For most conspicuous bravery. 
From 7 p.m. till midnight he searched " No Man's Land," and brought in three wounded 
men. Next morning at 8 a.m. he continued his search, brought in another wounded man, and 
gave water to others, arranging for their rescue later. Finally, at 10.30 a.m., he took out water 
to another man and was proceeding furtheron when he was himself killed. All this was carried 
out in full view of the enemy, and under direct machine-gun fire and intermittent artillery fire. 
He set a splendid example of courage and self-sacrifice. 
[Reg. No. 685. Gazetted 22nd May, 1915. Killed 2nd July, 1916] 



VICTORIA CROSS. 



BENNETT, Lieut. Eugene Paul, M.C. 2/Worcester 

Near LE TRANSLOY, FRANCE, 5th November, 1916. For most conspicuous bravery in action 
when in command of the second wave of the attack. Finding that the first wave had suffered 
heavy casualties, its commander killed and the line wavering, Lieut. Bennett advanced at the 
head of the second wave, and by his personal example of valour and resolution reached his 
objective with but sixty men. Isolated with his small party, he at once took steps to consolidate 
his position under heavy rifle and machine-gun fire from both flanks, and, although wounded, 
he remained in command directing and controlling. He set an example of cheerfulness and 
resolution beyond all praise, and there is little doubt that but for his personal example of 
courage the attack would have been checked at the outset. 

[Reg. No. 1253. Gazetted ist January, 1915] 

GATES, 2/Lt. George Edward ... ... ... ... 2 / Rifle Brigade 

E. of BOUCHAVESNES, FRANCE, 8th March, 1917. For most conspicuous bravery and self- 
sacrifice. When engaged with some other men in deepening a captured trench, this officer 
struck with his spade a buried bomb, which immediately started to burn. 2/Lt. Gates, in order 
to save the lives of his comrades, placed his foot on the bomb, which immediately exploded. 
He showed the most conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in performing the act 
which cost him his life, but saved the lives of others. 

[Reg. No. 3035. Gazetted zyth February, killed gth March, 1917] 

DEAN, Lieut. Donald John ... ... ... 8/Royal West Kent (T.F.) 

N.W. of LENS, FRANCE, 24th to 26th September, 1918. For most conspicuous bravery, skilful 
command, and devotion to duty when holding, with his platoon, an advanced post established in a 
newly-captured enemy trench north-west of Lens. The left flank of the position was insecure, 
and ihe post, when taken over on the night of September 24th, was ill-prepared for deft-nee. 
Shortly aiter the post was occupied the enemy attempted, without success, to recapture it. 
Under heavy machine-gun fire consolidation was continued, and shortly after midnight another 
determined enemy attack was driven off. Throughout the night Lieut. Dean woiked un- 
ceasingly with his men, and about 6 a.m. on September 25th a resolute enemy attack, supported 
by heavy shell and trench mortar fire, developed. Again, owing to the masterly handling of 
his command, Lieut. Dean repulsed the attack, causing heavy enemy casualties. Throughout 
the 25th and the night of September 25th-26 h consolidation was continued under heavy fire, 
which culminated in intense artillery fire on the morning of the 26th, when the enemy again 
attacked and was finally repulsed with loss. Five times in all (thrice heavily) was this post 
attacked, and on each occasion the attack was driven back. Throughout the period, Lieut. 
Dean inspired his command with his own contempt of danger, and all fought with the greatest 
bravery . He set an example of valour, leadership and devotion to duty of the very highest order. 

[Reg. No. 3692. Gazetted 4th October, 1916] 

VANN, Lieut.-Col. Bernard William, M. C. & Bar; Croix-de-G. 8(6)Notts & Derby (T.F.) 

BELLENGLISE, FRANCE, 2gth September, 1918. For most conspicuous bravery, devotion to 
duty and fine leadership during the a- tack at Bellenglise and Lehaucourt. He led his battalion 
with great skill across the Canal du Nord through a very thick fog and undtr heavy fire from 
field and machine guns. On reaching the high ground above Bellenglise the whole attack was 
held up by fire of all descriptions from the front and right flank. Realising that everything 
depended on the advance going forward with the barrage, Lt.-Col. Vann rushed up to the 
firing line and with the greatest gallantry led the line forward. By his prompt action and 
absolute contempt for danger the whole situation was changed, the men were encouraged and 
the line swept forward. Later he rushe i a field gun single-handed and knocked out three of 
the detachment. Tne success of the day was in no small degree due to the splendid gallantry 
and fine leadership displayed by this officer. Lt.-Col. Vann, who had on all occasions set the 
highest example of valour, was killed near Ramicourt four days later, when leading his 
battalion in attack. 

[Reg. No. 1800. Gazetted 2nd Sept., 1914. Killed in action, 3rd Oct., 1918] 

(n times a casualty. ED.) 




The Distinguished Service Order was instituted by Queen Victoria, September 6th, 1886. . May 
be conferred on Commissioned Officers who have been specially mentioned in despatches for 
meritorious or distinguished service in the field or before the enemy. Bars may be added for 
additional acts of gallantry. Since August ist, 1918, this Order has been awarded in 
respect of active service for "services in action " only, i.e., for service under fire or for distin- 
guished individual service in connection with air-raids, bombardments or other enemy action. 
The Badge of the Order is a gold cross, enamelled white, edged gold, having on one side 
the Imperial Crown in gold on a red enamelled ground, on the reverse side the Imperial and 
Royal Cypher (both sides being surrounded by a wreath of laurels enamelled green}. The 
ribbon is red, edged blue. Bars are indicated (in undress uniform) by silver nosettes on the ribbon. 



ANDREWS, Capt. Stephen Arthur ... ... ... ... ... y/Royal Sussex 

Near EPEHY, i8th September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and good work. His 
company was allotted the task of clearing the railway embankment of the enemy. Although 
enfiladed by machine-gun nests from the village, and having sustained heavy casualties, he 
personally led forward the remainder of his company, and was one of very few to reach the 
objective. He then organised under very heavy fire and held the position until the situation 
was cleared up. [Reg. No. 1915 

AUSTEN, Major Krnest Edward ... ... ... ... ... ... i/Artists 

In EGYPT, awarded ist January, 1919. 

BARE, Capt. Alfred Raymond, M.C. ... ... ... ... 1/2 Loyal North Lancashire 

GIVENCHY, i8th April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
Under cover of a heavy barrage the enemy attacked, very quickly surrounding a strong point, 
where this officer had his company headquarters and one platoon. In face of superior numbers 
he put up a stout resistance until forced to retire on to another strong point, where the position 
was very critical, the officer in charge having been killed. He took command, and after a 
stiff fight, drove back the enemy. He was twice wounded during the fight. [1296 

BLACKWOOD, Lt.-Col. Albemarle Price 2/Border Regt. (Adjt. i /Artists) 

BUTKOVA DZUNA, aoth December, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. He conducfed a most successful raid on a village in the enemy's lines, which resulted in 
the capture of 55 prisoners and heavy casualties to the enemy. The success of the enterprise 
was due to his forethought and skilful handling of his command. 

BURMANN, Capt. Robert Moyle, M.C. 2/Border & East Lanes. (Brigade-Major 2o/Inf. Brig.) 
Awarded 3rd June, 1918. 

CARRINGTON, 2/Lt. Charles Worrell ... Grenadier Guards 

FONTAINE-NOTRE-DAME, ayth November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion 
to duty. When part of the advance was held up by two enemy machine guns firing from a 
house he at once organised and led a bayonet charge and captured the house and its occupants. 
He then led a successful attack on the second objective, and having captured it, beat off a 
counter-attack, Later, when his flank became exposed, and the enemy attacked him from the 
rear, he fought his way back, and brought his men out in good order. He set a magnificent 
example of courage and initiative. [7?8i 



DISTINGUISHED SERVICE ORDER. 



47 



CUM BERLEG E, Capt. Geoffrey Fenwick Jocelyn ... ... ... n/Royal Fusiliers 

S. of MIREAUMONT TRENCH, i7th February. 1917. He dashed along the line rallying his 
own battalion and men of other units. He succeeded in restoring order and in reorganising 
the line at a most critical time. Throughout the day he inspired all ranks by his high 
example of courage and devotion to duty. [1889 

CUTTING, Major Raymond Howarth, M.C. ... ... i/Devonshire (att. M.G.C.) 

Awarded 3rd June, 1918. [ IJ 42 

EDLMANN, Major Francis Joseph Frederick ... ... ^/Northumberland Fusiliers 

Awarded ist January, 1917. 



EDWARDS, 2/Lt. Cyril George ... ............ ... 7/ West Yorkshire 

REINCOURT, 27th July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
Having gone out with a N.C.O. to reconnoitre the enemy's wire, they were attacked by bombs. 
The first one he seized before it exploded and threw it back, and, when the second fell, 
realising that they could not both escape unharmed, he threw his legs over it to smother the 
explosion, and thus protected the N.C.O. By this splendid act of gallantry and self-sacrifice 
he saved the life of his comrade at the risk of his own. The N.C.O. was able to drag him 
back to our lines, where he showed great pluck in reporting the information which he had 
gained by his daring reconnaissance. [4804 

ELKINGTON, Capt. Christopher Garrett ............ 8/Gloucestershire 

GRANDCOORT, i8th November, 1916. With six men he attacked and silenced an 
enemy machine gun. Later he displayed great courage and ability in organising the defence of 
the position. He was twice wounded, but remained at duty directing operations until he was 
again severely wounded. [2501 

FARRINGTON, Capt. Windham Brookes ... ... ... 3/Notts & Derby (R.F.C.) 

In FRANCE, 24th December, 1917, to nth March, 1918. On five occasions during a 
period of three months he has led formations on long-distance bombing raids, in which despite 
bad weather conditions, he has found and bombed his objectives with the most excellent results. 
All the operations in which he has taken part have proved highly successful, and his capabilities 
have stood out most prominently. He is a keen and most efficient pilot, 'and by his courage 
and determination has set a splendid example to his squadron. [2733 

GELSTHORPE, Capt. Alfred Morris ......... 8/Durham L.I. (att. M.G.C.) 

S.E. of YPRES, 25th to 2&th September, 1917. While he was completing most elaborate 
arrangements in an advanced position for a machine-gun barrage on the following morning, 
the enemy attacked during the night under a most intense barrage. He immediately got 
all his guns into action with great effect, and made a personal reconnaissance forward to see if 
he could use them to better advantage. His teams suffered heavy casualties during this 
attack, but he carried out his full barrage programme on the following morning under a heavy 
bombardment. He showed qualities of leadership and initiative of the highest order, and his 
example of courage and contempt of danger had the most inspiring influence on his men. [2640 

GOLDING, Capt. John .............. ......... R.A.M.C. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1917. [3231 

GOLDTHORP, Lt.-Col. Robert Reward ......... 4/West Riding (i/Artists) 

BOURLON WOOD and MCEUVRES, on 27th September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and 
devotion to duty. When the leading companies were held up by machine-gun fire, suffering 
heavy casualties, he went forward collecting personnel and reorganising the attack, which 
resulted in the capture of the objective. He showed a fine offensive spirit, which encouraged 
his men at a critical period. 

GREENWOOD, Lt.-Col. Charles Francis Hill ... ... ... ... ... 22/London 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 



4 8 



DISTINGUISHED SERVICE ORDER. 



GRIERSON, Capt. Kenneth Maclver ... ... ... ... ... 22/Manchester 

In ITALY, 27th October, 1918. He was in command of one of the leading companies 
in the attack. He led his men across the Piave in a magnificent manner. When the enemy 
bank had been reached he crawled forward and helped to cut a gap in the wire to within 
15 yards of the enemy ; all this time he was under observation and fire from the embankment, 
which was still held by the enemy. The splendid example he set to his men contributed 
in a large extent to the successful caoture of the first objective. Later, in the taking of all 
objectives, he showed himself to be a fine leader both in skill and courage. All the houses and 
strong points were tackled under his direction in a systematic and dashing way. [3343 

HARVEY, 2/Lt. Albert, M.C. 6/Liverpool 

YPRES, 3ist July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. Having 
led his company to their objective, he noticed that a farm, some 500 yards ah-ad, was holding 
up the attack on the left. He at once organised a small party, with which he worked round 
the flank and rushed the farm, capturing three machine guns and killing and capturing a 
number of the enemy. By this prompt and plucky action he saved the brigade many 
casualties. His initiative and enterprise in action are at all times admirable. [4659 

HENDERSON, 2/Lt. Charles Ernest lo/London 

Near POELCAPPELLE, 7/8 October, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty in leading a patrol through the enemy outposts to a position in the enemy's main line of 
resistance, which was over 900 yards from our line. His patrol of 20 captured 23 unwounded 
prisoners and killed or wounded another 25 of the enemy. Though the rifles and Lewis gun 
jammed owing to mud, he succeeded in covering the withdrawal of the patrol, every man 
returning safely. He showed magnificent courage and resource. [4676 

HENDERSON, Capt. Ernest James, M.C.... ' 2/East Lancashire 

W. of BETHENCOURT, 24th to 28th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and 
devotion to duty. When his C.O. was wounded betook command ot the battalion, and handled 
it with great judgment and success. He invariably displayed the utmost courage and disregard 
for personal danger, although frequently exposed to heavy machine-gun and rifle; fire, and his 
fine example inspired all ranks with him. Ultimately he was wounded. [1828 

HINGLEY, Lt. -Col. Alfred Norman, M.C, i3/Middlesex 

Near RIEUX, loth October, 1918. For great gallantry. When the advance met with 
heavy machine-gun and shell fire, and the leading companies had lost many officers, he 
personally led the battalion to its final objective. Again, on October nth, near Avesnes-les- 
Aubert, under an intense enemy barrage, it was due to his personal courage and leadership 
that the ground gained by the battalion was maintained. He set a very fine example to all. 

[2914 

HOARE, Capt. Walter John Gerald u/Royal Fusiliers 

TRONES WOOD, i8th July, 1916. With two sergeants, one of whom was wounded 
by the intense shell fire, he dug out a buried sergeant and rescued him alive. He has 
done fine work throughout the operations. [3781 

HOBSON, Major Harry Royd R.A.S.C. 

Awarded ist January, 1918. C 2 334 

HUGHES, Capt. Hugh Llewellyn Glyn R.A.M.C. 

LEIPZIG SALIENT, 6th July, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
during operations. He went out in broad daylight, under heavy fire, and bandaged seven 
wounded men in the open, lying out in an exposed spot for one and a half hours. At nightfall 
he led a party through a heavy barrage and brought the seven men back. [890 

BAR TO D.S.O. 

LEIPZIG SALIENT, 2ist, 25th & 2710 August and 4th September, 1916. On four 
separate days he showed an utter contempt for danger when collecting and tending the 
wounded under heavy shell fire. 



DISTINGUISHED SERVICE ORDER. 



JONES, 2/Lt. Reginald Rees .................. Welsh Guards 

YSER CANAL, 3151 July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during 
an advance. When the leading waves were temporarily held up by fire from a blockhouse he 
pushed up to the obstacle and fired his rifle through the slits, regardless of the danger which 
confronted him. He then entered the blockhouse himself, dealt with the occupants, and 
enabled the advance to be continued. He was later badly wounded in the head, having acted 
throughout the operation with great gallantry and initiative. [7655 

KING, 2/Lt. Mark ..................... Coldstream Guards 

SAILLY, i5th March, 1917. He led his platoon through an intense hostile barrage, 
displaying the greatest bravery. Later, on reaching the first objective and finding his left 
flank exposed, he got his men out of the enemy's front line, formed front to the left, advanced 
400 yards, and captured an enemy second line trench, thereby saving a critical situation. [3642 

LEAKE, Capt. George Ernest Arthur ... ... ... ... ... 4/London 

BULLECOURT, i5th May, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when 
in command of his company. He showed a splendid- example of coolness, disregard of danger, 
and cheerfulness, and, although wounded, he remained at duty. It was largely owing to bis 
influence that all ranks showed such a splendid spirit under the most intense hostile barrage, 
which lasted for 14 hours. [337 1 

MICKLEM, Major Charles ...... Royal Marine Artillery (No. 2 Howitzer) 

Awarded ist January, 1919. [2409 

MILES, Capt. Lancelot George ............ 2/Royal Highlanders 

BEENAFAY WOOD, zoth July, 1916. He handled his company with great skill and 
coolness during a heavy bombardment. He also led his company with great dash in an assault, 
during which he captured four machine guns. During the attack he was severely wounded by 
a bomb. [1368 

MOORE, Major Harold Edward ...... No. i Signal Coy. (R. Monmouth) R.E. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. [734 

MOORE, Lieut.-Colonel Robert Frank, M.C. ......... i/Notts & Derby 

Near ST. CHRIST, W. of the Somme, 22nd March to 2nd April, 1918. For conspicuous 
gallantry and devotion to duty during lengthy operations. After his C.O. had been killed, he 
took command of the battalion, which he handled with great skill and judgment, beating 
off several determined attacks, and when finally compelled to withdraw, doing so in a masterly 
manner, and with a minimum of casualties. His conduct throughout the operations set a 
fine example of courage and leadership, and was of great value in maintaining the high morale 
of the battalion. [2648 

ROSHER, Lieut-Col. John Brenchley, M.C. ......... i o/ Durham L. I. 

CANTAING, 2ist November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
On our cavalry being temporarily held up, and whilst the reinforcing infantry were still some 
way in the rear, he immediately despatched two companies to the assistance of the cavalry, 
and himself led up a third company as reinforcements. His prompt action immediately 
resulted in the capture of the objective with slight casualties. [1624 

BAR TO D.S.O. 

E. of MARCOING, 3rd December, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When the enemy attacked in great force positions held by his battalion he displayed the 
greatest courage and ability, inspiring his men to beat off three attacks. When finally pressed 
back by superior numbers he reorganised the remnants of the battalion, and advancing, re- 
occupied the trenches from which he had been temporarily ejected. 

D 



, DISTINGUISHED SERVICE ORDER. 

RUSSELL, 2/Lt. Robert Tor Indian Army R/O 

In MESOPOTAMIA, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in charging the 
enemy's trench, which was strongly held. He then led a bombing attack and cleared 200 yards 
of the trench. Later, he maintained his position for four hours when reinforcements arrived. 

[260 

SAGAR, Capt. Arnold Leslie ... ... ... ... 8/East Lancashire (i3/K.R.R.C.) 

TRESCAULT, i2th September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. This officer got his company into position for the attack despite heavy shelling, then 
leading the front wave, he gained his objective. When held up at a strong point, he crawled 
out with a Lewis gun and one man to a flank, enfilading it with such success that forty 
prisoners, two machine guns and one trench mortar were captured. During the ensuing 
thirty-six hours his company beat off three determined counter-attacks with heavy loss. He 
also led a bombing party, clearing a trench and killing or capturing the whole of the enemy. 
He showed exceptional qualities as a leader. [8072 

SAVORY, Squadron-Commander Kenneth Stevens R.N.A.S. 

CONSTANTINOPLE, 14/15 April, 1916. In recognition of his services on the night of 
14/15 April, when he carried out a flight to Constantinople and dropped bombs upon 
points of military importance, returning safely to his base after a long flight in rough and 
stormy weather. [2256 

BAR TO D.S.O. 

CONSTANTINOPLE, gth July, 1917. In recognition of his services on the night of gth July, 
when a successful attack was carried out against the Turkish-German fleet lying off Constanti- 
nople. When the Goeben, surrounded by warships (including submarines), had been located, 
the attack was made from a height of 800 feet. Direct hits were obtained on the Goeben and 
on the other enemy ships near her. Big explosions took place on board them, followed by a 
heavy conflagration. The War Office at Constantinople was also attacked, and a direct 
hit obtained. 

STERNDALE-BENNETT, Commander Walter ... ... Royal Naval Division, R.N.V.R. 

BEAUCOURT, i3th November, 1916. He assumed command of and handled his battalion 
with marked courage and ability. He personally collected a party and bombed the enemy 
out of part of their second line, where they might have held up the attack. [2977 

TAYLOR, Capt. Bruce Mitchell, M.C, ... ... ... ... i/D.C.L.1. 

Awarded ist January, 1918. t T 93 2 

THOMPSON, Capt. Arnold John, M.C. ... ... ... ... i /Scots Guards 

Awarded 3rd June, 1918. [1225 

THOMPSON, Capt. Claude Ernest, M. C. ... ... ... 2/South Lancashire 

Awarded ist January, 1918. [1038 

TRHLOAR, Capt. George Devine ... ... ... ... Coldstream Guards 

PILKEM RIDGE, 3ist July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty on two 
successive occasions. He led his company across a canal under very heavy barrage, and, finding 
the only available bridge was broken, he personally secured a mat from the original line, and 
laid it down for his company to cross, thereby saving great congestion and countless lives. 
Later, when the regiment on his left was held up by machine-gun fire, he immediately grasped 
the situation, and pressed forward with another company, finally capturing the position. By 
his great presence of mind and personal example of gallantry and cheerfulness he kept his 
company going under the most adverse circumstances. [4208 



DISTINGUISHED SERVICE ORDER. 



WALBY, Capt. Herbert Charles, M.C, ... 4/North Staffordshire (g/ Yorkshire L.I.) 

HENDECOURT, gth September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry during an attack. He 
led the support company and eventually came up with the leading waves and took the 
objective, where he reorganised his men under very heavy fire. In a second attack later in 
the day his fine example inspired those under him, and when the enemy counter-attacked he 
personally led forward two platoons to a position from which he could bring fire to bear on 
them. [7297 

WEN YON, Lieut.-Col. Herbert John ............ 8/Royal West Kent 

S.E. of YPRES, gth September, 1917. He collected a party, and led them through heavy 
shell fire in a counter-attack upon one of our posts, which had been captured by the enemy, 
and although the position was exceptionally strong, it was retaken at the first attempt. This 
was entirely due to Captain Wenyon's prompt action and the determined energy which he 
displayed at a critical moment. ['945 

BAR TO D.S.O. 

VADENCOURT CHATEAU, 2ist March to 5th April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and 
devotion to duty. He organised defences against heavy enemy attacks and held vastly 
superior numbers of the enemy at bay, inflicting heavy losses on them. He set ajVery fine 
example of courage and good leadership. 

WILLANS, Capt. Harry, M.C. .......... ........ 2/Bedford 

Awarded 3rd June, 1918. [1030 

WRIGHTSON, Lieut. Edward . . ... ... ... 4/Northumberland Fusiliers 

In ITALY, 27th October, 1918. On the Piave, in the initial attack, he was left in command 
of the company, all other officers being killed or wounded. This company had orders to form 
a defensive flank, but Lieut. Wrightson, seeing that the attack in front was held up by uncut 
wire, led his company forward, cut a belt of wire by hand under severe machine-gun fire and 
assisted in taking the first objective. He personally shot down an enemy machine gunner 
who was causing many casualties. Ultimately his company formed a defensive flank to the 
brigade, and though losing over 50 in casualties he maintained and even improved his 
position by enterprise and patrols. On agth October, he led his company again in an attack 
over several kilometres, capturing many prisoners and machine guns. Throughout the entire 
operations he showed exceptional gallantry and marked powers of leadership. [6782 

YUILL, Capt. Harry Hogg, M.C. .................. R.E. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1917. [3393 




The Distinguished Service Cross, a Naval Decoration, instituted in June fyoi, and formerly 
known as tJie " Conspicuous Service Cross," has since October 1914 been awarded for 
services before the enemy to Officers below the rank of Lieut.-Commander, and to Warrant 
and subordinate Officers previously eligible. It consists of a Silver Cross with the reverse 
side plain, and having on the obverse side, in the centre, the Imperial and Royal 
Cypher, surmounted by the Imperial Crown. Bars may be added for additional acts 
of gallantry. 



CUCKNEY, Flight-Lieut. Ernest John ... ... ... ... R.N.A.S. 

ZEEBRUGGE, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and ability when taking part in a raid 
on the seaplane station. 

BAR TO D.S.C. 

On the 3rd September, 1917, he bombed an enemy submarine, and probably severely 
damaged her. [Reg- No. 4360 

MCGREGOR, Capt. (Acting Flight-Commr.) Norman Miers ... ... R.N.A.S. 

In FRANCE, i2th December, 1917. In recognition of his skill and courage in aerial combats. 
Whilst leading his flight on an offensive sweep he encountered a body of Albatross scouts. 
In the general fight which ensued he attacked a scout which was engaging one of our 
machines and drove it down out of control, and it was seen to crash. Act. Flt.-Cdr. McGregor 
has destroyed several enemy machines, and has led his flight with great dash and judgment. 

[2925 

SIEVEKING, Flight-Lieut. Lancelot Giberne ... ... ... R.N.A.S. 

In recognition of services in dropping bombs on enemy railway lines and ammunition 
dumps on the night of 11/12 July, 1917. [1925 

SIMPSON, Flight-Capt. George Goodman ... ... ... ... R.N.A.S, 

For gallantry and able leadership in aerial fighting, notably on the following occasions : 
On 3rd May, 1917, he drove down a hostile aeroplane out of control. 

On nth May, 1917, while on offensive patrol with five other machines, he attacked six 
hostile aircraft. One of these he brought down out of control, and a few minutes later he 
attacked another at close range and brought it down in flames. 

On 23rd May, 1917, he led a formation of five machines to attack at least twice that 
number of hostile aeroplanes. Both formations became split up, and a general fight ensued. 
Five times during the combat he drove off hostile aeroplanes from another of our machines, 
and one of those which he attacked was seen to go down in a spin. [ioga 



IE.. 



The Military Cross was instituted as a Decoration on December 28th, 1914, to reward 
Distinguished Services rendered by Officers of certain ranks in the army in time of war. 
Bars may be added for additional acts of gallantry. Since August ist, 1918, it has, like the 
D.S.O., been awarded for "services in action" only. The Decoration consists of a Cross of 
Silver, having on each arm the Imperial Crown and bearing in the centre the Royal and 
Imperial Cypher. The ribbon is white with a purple stripe. Bars are indicated (in 
undress uniform) by small silver rosettes on the ribbon. 



ABEL, 2/Lt. James Edgar ... ... ... ... 6/Royal West Kent 

LATEAU WOOD, aoth November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When his company commander became a casualty he assumed command at a critical period 
and worked his men forward to a strong point, whence the enemy were developing heavy 
machine-gun fire, and silenced them by concentrated rifle fire. His courage and fine leadership 
saved many casualties, and enabled the battalion to continue the advance. 

ADAMS, 2/Lt. Arthur Marston ... ... ... ... ... 9/Liverpool 

E. of LE VERGIER, 4/5 May, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion when in 
charge of reconnoitring patrols and raiding parties, frequently under hazardous conditions. 
On one occasion he entered an enemy sap, capturing prisoners, and returning without a casualty. 

ADAMS, Lieut. Berthold ... ... ... 25/Northumberland Fusiliers 

POELCAPPELLE, i3th to i6th October, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion 
to duty in reorganising his company, having frequently to go over the top from shell hole to 
shell hole exposed to the enemy's snipers. He went out and bandaged several wounded 
who were lying in the open, and remained with his company although wounded. 

ADAMS, 2/Lt. Oliver Haynes ... ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

WESTHOEK, 16/17 August, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty as 
Forward Observing Officer. Having established an observation post, he went repeatedly 
through heavy barrages to get information. In addition to this he displayed the utmost 
gallantry and disregard of personal danger in rendering first aid to wounded infantry men 
and placing them in a trench for safety before sending up stretcher-bearers. 

ADAMS, 2/Lt. Thomas James ... ... ... i2/Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 

S. of ARDICHY, 26th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When some of the enemy gained an entrance into the trench he rushed forward at the head 
of his men and drove them out, personally killing an officer and several men with the bayonet. 
He did splendid work. 

BAR TO M.C. 

GULLEGHEM, October i5th, 1918. During the attack he showed great gallantry. 
He led his platoon in the face of the heaviest enemy fire and showed great coolness and daring 
throughout the attack. In the village of Heule, when his company was held up by heavy 
enemy fire, he personally led an assaulting party, capturing thirteen of the enemy and 
himself inflicted many casualties upon the enemy. He set a fine example of courage and 
endurance. 

ADAMS, Lieut. Wilfred Came ... ... ... ... 2/Royal Berks 

ARRAS, i7th March, 1917. During a raid on the enemy's trendies he handled his men in 
a most gallant manner, and was largely responsible for the success of the raid. Later he 
assisted in rescuing a wounded officer. 



MILITARY CROSS. 



ADDISON, 2/Lt. Roger ... ... ... ... ... lo/East Lancashire 

Awarded 3rd June, 1918. 

AINGE, 2/Lt. David Alfred Lloyd ... Att. 2/Royal Welch Fusiliers (S. Reserve) 

LES BCEUFS, SAILLY SAILLISEL, rst September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and 
resource in controlling his company during a determined counter-attack after his company 
commander had been wounded. He personally held an advanced post with a few men and a 
Lewis gun, beating off several efforts of the enemy to force a way round his exposed flank. He 
stuck to his post until dark, and, having collected the rest of his company, established a good 
line of defence. 

ALDOUS, Lieut. George James ... ... ... ... ... R.A.S.C. 

Awarded ist January, 1919. 

ALLBURY, 2/Lt. William ... ... ... ... i8/Durham L.I. 

W. of VIEUX-BERQUIN, 27th August, 1918. This officer showed great skill and determina- 
tion in leading his men during an attack, over unknown ground, under heavy machine-gun 
fire, to an objective which was very oblique to the front of the assembly position, and was 
not defined by any particular feature. He accomplished his task with great success, capturing 
a machine gun and its whole detachment. While selecting the line for consolidation he 
moved about, under very heavy fire, encouraging and steadying the men by his resolute 
behaviour. 

ALLEN, 2/Lt. Henry Cecil ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

BEAUCOURT, i3th November, 1916. He displayed great courage and determination in 
laying and repairing a line under heavy fire. 

ALLERTON, 2/Lt. Arthur Russell ... ... ... ... 8/Liverpool 

E. of YPRES, 2oth September, 1917. He captured an enemy strong point with his 
platoon and held it in spite of continual artillery and machine-gun fire. He displayed coolness 
and self-possession throughout, which had the greatest influence on his men. 

ANDERSON, 2/Lt. Eric Edwin ... ... ... ... Irish Guards 

BROOMBEKE, gth October, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when in 
command of his platoon. He attacked a machine-gun position, capturing the two guns, and 
killed all the garrison. He was responsible for capturing two more machine guns at the 
first objective. He had previously carried out a very valuable reconnaissance. 

ANDERSON, Capt. David Wilson ... ... ... ... ... 6/London 

Near YPRES, aoth September, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
By his skilful leadership his company captured all its objectives. When all the other officers 
became casualties he exposed himself fearlessly to the enemy's fire, and by his personal en- 
couragement ensured the consolidation of the captured positions and repelled several counter- 
attacks, inflicting heavy casualties on the enemy. 

BAR TO M.C. 

Near POELCAPPELLE, 3rd October, 1917. In spite of difficult natural conditions and 
the total absence of all landmarks, he led his company to within 100 yards of the barrage line 
before an attack. Although his men were being continually bogged, he inspired them by his 
personal example to push on, and succeeded in capturing a farm held by the enemy. In 
spite of heavy casualties he fought his way from one position to another until he had gained 
his objective, which he successfully consolidated and held. 

ANDREW, Capt. Reginald Barrett William Goldsworthy ... ... i5/London 

SHAFAT, 27th December, 1917. During an enemy attack he led his platoon through 
an intense artillery and machine-gun barrage over very difficult country to render assistance 
to a battalion at a critical juncture, which, thanks to his timely aid, was able to repulse the 
enemy attack. His courageous determination and initiative were most praiseworthy. 

BAR TO M.C. 

^WULVERGHEM, 3/4 August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and good leadership 
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reconnaissance of the front line, during which he was wounded but remained at duty, and 
the following night set up his patrols and took up a new line. Later, he made a daylight 
reconnaissance under enemy fire and obtained accurate information of the position. He 
showed marked courage and devotion to duty. 

ANDREWS, 2/Lt. Lionel Raymond ... ... ... 5(4)Royal Lancaster 

GIVENCHY, gth April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
Finding that a strong party of the enemy had occupied an artillery observation post in rear 
of the support line, this officer took two men and bombed them out, inflicting casualties and 
taking prisoners. Then, finding that his company headquarters were over-run by the enemy, 
he organised a party of bombers and cleared them out, too. His initiative and leadership were 
of great value. 

ANDREWS, Lieut. Stephenson Arthur ... ... ... ... y/Royal Sussex 

YPRES, 3ist July and ist August, 1917. He led his company with great gallantry 
and dash in the attack, gaining all his objectives, consolidating his position, and holding 
it for two days. He set a splendid example to his men by his coolness under heavy fire. 

BAR TO M.C. 

Near CARNOY, 26th August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry. He showed great 
courage in bombing a strong point from which the enemy were holding up the advance by 
heavy machine-gun fire. He led a few men forward, captured the gun, and killed five of the 
crew, enabling the remainder to advance and reach their objective. Throughout the operations 
from 22nd to 28th August his courage and leadership inspired all under his command. 

APPLETON, 2/Lt. James ... ... ... ... ... 4/Yorkshire L.I. 

GREENLAND HILL (north of Arras), 22/23 September, 1918. He was in charge 
of the leading wave of the company in a night attack. The enemy shelling was very 
heavy during the advance, but he rallied the men and was the first to enter the enemy post. 
He set a fine example of cool courage under fire, and proved himself a leader of great ability. 
During the consolidation he personally reconnoitred his platoon front and got in touch with 
troops on his flanks. 

ARTHUR, 2/Lt. Frederick Parle ... ... ... ... ... 4/Liverpool 

North of LE CATEAU, 10/11 October, 1918. In command of a platoon he displayed 
conspicuous gallantry in wading up to his neck in crossing the Selle River. Subsequently, 
under heavy fire, he made three journeys to and from battalion headquarters, bringing in 
reports and exact dispositions of all companies, which had been previously obscure. 

ASHDOWNE, Lieut. Kenneth ... ... ... ... 3/Essex (5/Leicestershire) 

Bois DE RIQUERVAL, nth October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry during the 
operations. He rendered most valuable assistance to his commanding officer throughout 
some fourteen hours' continuous fighting. On several occasions he took charge of parties of 
his own and of another battalion, reorganising and disposing of them to the best advantage. 

ATKIN-BERRY, Lieut. Henry Gordon ... . ... ... 59/Field Coy., R.E. 

PONT-SUR-SAMBRE, yth November, 1918. He was in command of bridging operations 
over the river Sambre. In spite of enemy rifle fire from the opposite bank he succeeded in 
constructing a light pontoon bridge for the advancing infantry, showing great gallantry and 
determination. 

ATKINSON, Lieut. Edward Arthur ... ... North Irish Horse (5th Cyclist Bn.) 

LE BURGUE, 22nd August to ist September, 1918; especially on 23rd August, 1918. 
For conspicuous gallantry and good leadership during the advance. When the left flank 
of a battalion was severely threatened, realising the situation, he, of his own initiative, 
led forward three Lewis gun teams under heavy fire and brought them into action, 
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BACON, Capt. Douglas Charles ... ... ... -... 2(2o)London 

E. of FLESQUIERES, 27th September, 1918. For most conspicuous gallantry and 
resource during the attack. He led his company with great dash in the attack, capturing a 
battery of field guns, fifteen machine guns, and ninety prisoners. Subsequently he organised 
and took charge of the line held by three companies of his battalion, and two platoons of 
another. He kept battalion, headquarters fully informed throughout the day. Although 
both his flanks were exposed, he held the line under heavy enemy artillery and machine-gun 
fire for twenty-four hours, during which period he repulsed two counter-attacks. He did 
splendid work. 

BAILEY, 2/Lt. Herbert Packer ... ... ... ... ... 3/East Surrey 

Near ST. ELOI, 7th June, 1917. He displayed the greatest gallantry in handling a 
Stokes gun, following the first line infantry up to the final objective, where he consolidated 
later in the day. He showed great judgment, and was instrumental in repelling an enemy 
counter-attack by the skilful use of his gun. 

BAILEY, Capt. John Vernon Moncas ... ... ... Royal Army Ordnance Corps 

BLARGIES, igth to 2ist May, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When the enemy -aeroplanes bombed the ammunition depot, this officer voluntarily remained 
in the face of heavy fire to uncouple and save half an ammunition train, the remainder of 
which was already alight. With the aid of another officer and some men he got the salvaged 
portion of the train away to comparative safety. His gallantry and coolness were of great 
service. 

BALL, Capt. Arthur Hugh ... ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

BALL, Capt. Frank Leslie ... ... ... ... ... 8/East Yorks 

Awarded ist January, 1917. 

BALL, 2/Lt. Gerald Harman .... ... ... ... Machine Gun Corps 

ARLEUX, igth February, 1918. He was in command of a machine gun post which 
the enemy attempted to raid under cover of an intense bombardment. His machine gun was 
put out of action by a shell, and the enemy succeeded in entering the trench. He at once 
engaged them, and after severe hand-to-hand fighting drove them out without any casualties 
among his own men. He handled a very awkward situation with the greatest coolness and 
courage. 

BALL, Capt. Sidney Charles ... ... ... ... 5 /Royal Lancaster 

N.E. of POELCAPPELLE, 26th October, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion 
to duty when in command of his company in an attack. Under difficult conditions of ground 
and heavy fire from "pill-boxes" he pushed forward reinforcements to the gaps caused by 
casualties to the battalion. When the battalion had lost all its officers he rallied the men and 
reorganised the line. 

BALL, Capt. Thomas Harold ... ... .. ... 5/Leicestershire 

Near ETROEUGNT, 7th November, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and good leader- 
ship during the advance. He led his company forward with such dash that he surprised an 
enemy field battery. The company captured over 20 prisoners, killed six of the enemy and 
captured or killed all the horses. 

BALL, 2/Lt. William Arthur ... ... ... ... 5/Lincolnshire 

Near ECOUST, aist March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
when he was the senior company officer left. He was put in command of the remnants of 
four companies, about seventy men, and throughout the subsequent four days' fighting 
displayed the greatest skill, coolness and courage in organising successive defensive positions. 
His own personal example inspired the men to great efforts, and to a greit extent contributed 
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BANTING, Capt. Arthur Digby ... ... ... 25oth Siege Battery, R.G. A. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

BARDSLEY, Lieut. Albert ... ... ... ... i2/Loyal North Lancashire 

GIVENCHY, gth to i6th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
This officer handled his transport most efficiently throughout eight days' operations. 
Each night supplies had to be brought up under heavy shell fire, and when water pumps were 
broken by shelling he quickly organised another system of supply, which necessitated his 
constant supervision, having to keep water carts on the move to avoid shell fire. His coolness 
and cheerfulness were a great asset. 

BARE, Capt. Alfred Raymond ... ... ... ... i/Loyal North Lancashire 

Awarded 3rd June 1917. 

BARKAS, 2/Lt. Geoffrey de Gruchy ... ... ... ... i/London 

SPECTRUM TRENCH, 7/8 October, 1916. He showed marked courage and initiative 
during the consolidation of the position. He established a bombing post on his exposed flank 
and maintained his position for 32 hours until relieved. 

BARKER, Capt. Rowland Francis ... ... ... ... 2/Worcestershire 

E. of YPRES, 25th September, 1917. He commanded his company with great skill and 
gallantry during an enemy attack. His tactical dispositions were sound, and he showed great 
determination and initiative. He had the most responsible position, and continued to hold it, 
though his right flank was enveloped. He set a splendid example to his men. 

BARNES, 2/Lt. Alfred Douglas ... ... ... ... 23/London 

GRAINCOURT, gth December, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
in an advanced post, which was repeatedly attacked by large numbers of the enemy. Time 
after time they obtained a footing in it, only to be driven out. He went about calmly en- 
couraging the men, and organising counter-attacks, and was fighting continuously for six hours. 
His conduct throughout was a splendid example to all ranks. 

BARNES, Lieut. Reginald Charles ... ... ... 4/York & Lancaster 

BULLECOURT, 3rd May, 1917. He twice led his men against the enemy's trenches, 
and rallied men of his own and other units under very heavy fire. 

BARNETT, Lieut. Raimond Austin ... ... ... ... ... i/Artists 

S. of MARCOING, 3oth December, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. He led a bombing party with great determination and drove back the enemy, who were 
occupying part of our lines. He inflicted heavy casualties on the enemy and re-established 
the position. 

BARON, 2/Lt. Frank Oseland ... ... 4/South Lancashire ( /London) 

NEUVILLE VITASSE, 7/8 April, 1917. When in command of a patrol he penetrated 
the enemy's front line and brought back valuable information, owing to which a serious 
obstacle to the advance was greatly diminished. 

BARRETT, Capt. Wilfrid Morris ... ... ... ... ... 12/London 

NEUVILLE VITASSE, gth April, 1917. Although wounded in the head, he continued 
to lead his company with the utmost gallantry until they reached their objective. He then 
organised the position and continued to superintend for some time. 

BARROW, Lieut. Thomas Henry ... ... ... ... ... 22/London 

NearTouRNAi, 7th November, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
Whilst he was bringing his company up to the front line on a very dark night they came under 
very heavy shell fire, which inflicted several casualties to his company, he himself being 
wounded. He nevertheless carried on for two hours, and then after reporting that the relief 
was complete he reported to the aid-post. 



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BARTON, 2/Lt. Guy Stanley ... ... ... ... i/Royal Welch Fusiliers 

FESTUBERT, i6th May, 1915. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty, when 
attacking with three bombers houses occupied by the enemy. On the morning of the iyth 
May he was wounded and sent down to the base, but, hearing on his way that the grenade 
company was without an officer, he refused to go any further and returned to take command. 

BATE, Lieut. Herbert Roland ... ... 6/Manchester (ip/Royal Sussex) 

WARGNIES, 4th November, 1918. He took over command of his company on the 
and November, 1918, and led it with great gallantry and judgment throughout the attack. It 
was due to his fine leadership through heavy enemy barrage that such great success was won. 

BATE, Capt. Robert Edmund de Breteuil ... ... ... 5/York & Lancaster 

GOMMECOURT, 27th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
during an enemy attack. He led a bombing party composed of brigade headquarter details 
to a threatened point in the line, and held up the enemy by attacks for two days, showing a 
fine example of courage and coolness. 

BATES, z/Lt. Frederick Percy ... ... ... 4/Oxford & Bucks L.I. 

S. of ASIAGO, ITALY, 26th August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
during a raid. He led his platoon with marked skill and determination, himself accounting 
for several of the enemy. Having cleared up the whole of the area allotted to him, he, although 
wounded in the shoulder, gave valuable assistance to the platoon on his flanks. 

BATZER, 2/Lt. Robert John ... ... ... ... lo/London (i/Artists) 

TILLOY, 27th August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
This officer led his company with great dash in an attack on a village, pushed through it, and 
captured a machine gun, which he turned on the enemy. Throughout the operations he set a 
fine example and led his company successfully, owing to previous personal reconnaissances 
made under fire. 

BAYLIS, 2/Lt. Roland Harry ... ... ... ... 7/Royal West Surrey 

BRAY-CORBIE ROAD, 8th August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and initiative 
during an attack. He commanded the support platoon of the leading company, and 
on reaching his objective found his right flank open. On his own initiative he worked round, 
and in the face of heavy machine-gun fire twice led his men to the attack, knocking out four 
enemy machine guns and capturing about twenty-five prisoners. His splendid work enabled 
the troops on his right to continue their advance. 

BAYZAND, 2/Lt. Geoffrey ... ... ... ... ... Coldstream Guards 

Near HOUTHOULST FOREST, gth October, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion 
to duty when in charge of the battalion forward party advancing in rear of the leading 
battalion. Later, he was in charge of all carrying parties, and successfully brought up material 
and water in spite of continuous shelling and the almost impassable condition of the ground. 
Fresh carrying parties were detailed each time, but he took charge of each one. 

BAR TO M.C. 

S. of GAVRELLE, 27/28 February, 1918. When in command of a party raiding the 
enemy trenches, he led his men close up under our barrage, which had the effect of avoiding 
casualties to his party and of surprising the enemy to a far greater degree than otherwise 
would have been the case. He showed fine judgment in deciding when the object of the raid 
had been attained and in ordering the withdrawal at the earliest possible moment, he himself 
being the last to return to our trenches. His courage, powers of leadership, and ability were 
beyond all praise, and contributed largely to the initial success of the raid. 

BEAL, Capt. Leonard Frank ... ... ... ... ... ... z/Bedford 

POZIERES, 7th to gth August, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry during operations. He 
consolidated his position under heavy shell and machine-gun fire, and got into touch with the 
troops on his right. In spite of shell-fire he rendered a most useful report with map. He 
had previously done fine work in consolidating and holding a position in a wood under very 
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BEATON, 2/Lt. Grover Cleveland ... ... 1 43rd Siege Battery, R.G. A. 

Near VILLERS-FAOCON, i7th September, 1918. When a section of his battery, situated 
several hundred yards off, was subjected to a heavy mustard gas and high explosive bombard- 
ment, and the command post, in which two officers were hit, he at once went to their 
assistance, and although himself suffering from the effects of the gas, carried one officer, who 
had been mortally wounded, to a place of safety, and then returned and assisted the other officer, 
who had also been wounded, out of danger. He then returned a third time, rallied the men 
and ensured that every possible precaution was taken. He showed the greatest gallantry and 
pluck. 

BEESLEY, Lieut. Herbert ... ... ... ... ... 5/Lancashire Fusiliers 

WIELTJE, 3ist July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during an 
attack. With great gallantry he pushed forward to the furthest objective of the Brigade, 
under heavy machine-gun and rifle fire. When the enemy counter-attacked, though twice 
wounded, he continued to hold his post on the flank until relieved. He showed a quick grasp 
of the situation and great courage and coolness. 

BEETHAM, Lieut. George Clarence ... ... ... ... 5/York & Lancaster 

HAVRINCOURT, aoth November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He led his men with great determination in an attack under heavy machine-gun fire. He 
rushed an enemy machine gun and captured it, together with the whole team. He then 
reorganised his men and captured the final objective, taking over sixty prisoners. 

BELCHER, Lieut. Arthur Edward Irving ... ... ... ... 2/Yorkshire 

Near RIDGE WOOD, 8th May, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
while in command of the company in close support. Thanks to his coolness and good 
leadership his line was held intact, although the enemy had forced the front line. He also 
very gallantly led his company in a counter-attack later in the day. 

BELL, Capt. David Cockburn ... ... ... ... g! Middlesex (R.F.C.) 

In ITALY, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When on observation 
duty, together with another officer, in a balloon, which was set on fire by an enemy machine, 
he remained in the burning balloon endeavouring at very great risk to himself to get his 
companion, who had been rendered insensible by a bullet wound in the head, overboard in 
his parachute. Being unable to do this, he was compelled to abandon his companion, whose 
death was subsequently found to have been due to the bullet wound, and to jump from the 
burning balloon. 

BELL, 2/Lt. Henry Leonard ... ... ... ... ... ... i /London 

Near FREMICOURT, 24th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He went forward with a Lewis gun and two men when the enemy were about to attack. By 
carefully ranging his gun he succeeded in putting a number of the enemy out of action and 
in breaking up their attack. Later in the day, when his company commander became a 
casualty, he took command, and led his men with marked skill. 

BENNETT, 2/Lt. Eugene Paul ... ... ... ... 2/Worcestershire 

Awarded ist January, 1916. 

BENSON, 2/Lt. Thomas Norman ... ... ... ... 5 (^Gloucester 

KNOLL, 24/25 April, 1917. He handled his company with great skill and courage 
under most critical conditions, He withdrew his men in the face of heavy fire with slight 
casualties. By his personal bravery and determination he set a fine example to those under 
him. 

BENTLEY, 2/Lt. Alfred ... ... ... ... ... ... 4/Norfolk 

YPRES, nth August, 1917. He led the assaulting platoons of his company in a most 
gallant manner to the recapture of a strong point which was affording the enemy an important 
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under most trying circumstances all subsequent attempts by the enemy to recapture the strong 
point were frustrated. During the afternoon he went out on patrol and captured two of the 
enemy from a concrete emplacement, which was afterwards of great tactical value, and the 
following night, although wounded and seriously gassed, he extricated a number of officers 
from a dug-out who had been gassed at the same time as himself. 

BERLINER, Capt. Philip Barnett ... ... ... ... ... 7/London 

MALARD WOOD, 8th August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry in action. He was leading 
his company with great determination through the enemy's front lines when he was severely 
wounded in the leg, but he struggled on for a thousand yards with the help of his runner, 
encouraging and directing his men. All the other officers had become casualties, and his 
courage and endurance were of particular value to the success of the attack. 

BERNAYS, Capt. John Stewart Noall ... ... ... ... 6/ Leicestershire 

EAUCOURT L'ABBAYE, 25th August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry. When an enemy 
counter-attack was launched on his company, his swift appreciation of the situation and 
skilful handling of his men under heavy fire, saved a very doubtful situation. Later, he 
again displayed great ability during an attack, and throughout the whole operations his 
courage and cheerfulness set a fine example to all ranks (at BEAULENCOURT, ist September, 1918). 

BERTIE, Capt. Alberic Willoughby ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1918. 

BESCH, 2/Lt. Roy Cressy Frederick ... ... ... ... i/Artists 

Awarded ist January, 1919. 

BESSANT, 2/Lt. John Archibald ... ... ... ... ... ... R.E. 

LEIPZIG SALIENT, aist August, 1916. He laid out and superintended the' construction of 
250 yards of communication trench up to the captured enemy trenches. He^got the work 
completed by daylight. The whole work was carried out under heavy shell fire.' 

BLACK, Lieut. James ... .. ... ... ... ... Irish Guards 

BROOMBEKE, yth to loth October, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty as 
Adjutant during three days' operations. When the trenches of one of the support companies 
were being blown to pieces he went from battalion headquarters and led the company forward 
into a new position. 

BLACKHURST, 2/Lt. Sydney ... ... ... ... ... ... 7/London 

S.E. of YPRES, yth June, 1917. He led his company with the greatest gallantry and 
determination to their objective. Although wounded in three places, he disregarded his wounds 
until the objective had been consolidated three hours later, although they were sufficiently 
severe to justify him not remaining on duty. He set a splendid example of courage and 
determination, which had an immense moral effect on his men. 

BLAKE, Major Charles Edwin Norman ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

BLANCHARD, 2/Lt. Henry Claude Allan ... ... ... ... i/ Artists 

Near WESTROOSETEKE RIDGE, 30/31 October, 1917. When owing ^.to casualties the 
command of the company devolved upon him he remained at his post for six hours after he 
was severely wounded, and although in great pain established communication with the 
company in support and refused to leave until reinforcements arrived. 

BLUNDELL, Lieut. Douglas Roper ... ... ... ... ... 2o/London 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 



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BOND, 2/Lt. Gerald Aubrey ... ... ... 3/County of London Yeomanry 

E. of YPRES, and to nth August, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty on 
several occasions when bringing up rations and material to the front line on pack animals, 
over very difficult country and under almost continuous shell fire. In spite of casualties to 
animals and a stampede caused by shells, he never failed to deliver the whole of the stores. 
Throughout he set a very fine example to his men. 

BONE, Capt. Frederick Howard ... ... .. ... ... 2/Wiltshire 

MORCHIES, aand to 25th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
formed a defensive flank with half his company, and with the remainder reinforced the front 
line, inflicting severe losses on the enemy and holding them in check for many hours. He 
subsequently withdrew, and, although in an exhausted state, helped with the reorganisation 
of the battalion. He showed untiring energy and great coolness in the face of overwhelming 
numbers. 

BOON, 2/Lt. Ernest George Fred ... ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

Near YPRES, 22nd October, 1917. During a bombardment a shell hit a stack of shells, 
exploding some and setting fire to the cartridges. At great personal risk and under fire the 
whole tftne, he succeeded in extinguishing the fire before it spread to a pile of fused shells. 

BORET, 2/Lt. John Auguste ... ... ... 4/Royal West Surrey (R.F.C.) 

In FRANCE, August and September, 1917, For Conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty on many occasions. He has taken part in forty-one night bombing raids, many of which 
were carried out at a very low altitude and in bad weather. He has successfully inflicted 
considerable damage upon his objectives. 

BOURDILLON, Lieut. Tom Lewis ... ... ... ... ... 8/K.R.R.C. 



SWITCH TRENCH, isth September, 1916. Although wounded, he led his company with 
great courage and initiative, and organised the consolidation of the position gained. 

Box, 2/Lt. Kenneth James ... ... ... ... 3/ Yorkshire L.I. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1918. 

BOYTON, 2/Lt. Jack Lyons ... ... ... ... 5/Leicestershire 

EPEHY, 2ist March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty while 
employed as battalion intelligence officer during an enemy attack. He was continuously in 
the battalion observation post, whence he kept in touch with both front-line companies and 
sent back reports hourly to battalion headquarters. In the evening he made a reconnaissance 
and gained valuable information as to the enemy dispositions and the position of the battalion 
on the left. He performed his duties with much courage and ability. 

BRACHI, Lieut. Maurice ... ... ... ... 3/London Field Co., R.E. 

VIMY RIDGE, 2ist May, 1916. For conspicuous ability and good personal example and 
care in organising a combined R.E. and Infantry party to occupy advanced trenches under 
very heavy fire. 

BREALY, 2/Lt. Samuel George ... ... ... 6/Royal Fusiliers 

E. of YPRES, 3ist July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty whilst 
acting as Liaison Officer. He showed the greatest courage and initiative in obtaining valuable 
information under intense machine-gun and shell fire. It was owing to his gallantry and dash 
that the leading battalions were kept in touch with one another, and thus greatly contributed 
to the success of the operation. 

BRENCHLEY, 2/Lt. John ... ... ... ... 4/Coldstream Guards 

Near BOESINGHE, 27th to 3ist July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
whilst putting out bridges across a canal. It was entirely due to his untiring and gallant 
efforts that the bridges were kept in repair, in spite of frequent breaks by hostile shell fire, 
and that they were in a serviceable condition by zero hour, in good time for our attack. 



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BREWER, Capt. Charles Herbert ... 2/Bedfordshire (R.A.F.) 

In FRANCE, 10/11 March, 1918. He set out to make a special railway reconnaissance, 
and though the weather conditions became very bad he continued his task with the greatest 
determination. His engine began to fail when he was a long distance over the enemy's lines. 
By skilful piloting he succeeded in crossing the enemy's trenches, but the machine crashed 
in "No Man's Land," and turned completely over. Heavy machine-gun fire was opened by 
the enemy, and though his jaw was broken he extricated the observer, who was pinned under 
the machine and was unconscious, and dragged him to a shell-hole in the face of the enemy's 
fire. He showed splendid courage and resource. 

BROADBRIDGE, Capt. Myles O'Brien ... ... ... ... 8/Devonshire 

Awarded ist January, 1916. 

BROATCH, 2/Lt. Percy ... ... ... ... 32/Northumberland Fusiliers 

E. of HARGICODRT, 26th August, 1917. He led his men to attack and got into action on 
the final objective in a very short time. Although half his men became casualties he kept 
his mortars in action and supplied with ammunition, until relieved three days later. It was 
only owing to his brilliant leadership and cheerful example that the mortars were kept in action. 

BROMFIELD, 2/Lt. Frank Larden ... ... ... i/East Lancashire 

Awarded ist January, 1919. 

BROOKE, 2/Lt. Cecil Bernard ... ... ... ... Machine Gun Corps 

CAMBRAI, aoth November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
took command of a party of infantry who had lost their officers and senior N.C.O.s and led 
them forward to the objective. He also brought his machine guns into action in spite of 
heavy casualties. 

BROOKE, 2/Lt. Leonard ... ... ... ... 4/Loyal North Lancashire 

E. of YPRES, aoth to 25th September, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
as intelligence officer during an action. He established an observation post in a commanding 
and conspicuous position, and worked under heavy shell fire throughout a critical period, 
having only one signaller left out of his party. Later, he found himself the only officer in the 
front line, and took command until the battalion was relieved, showing marked coolness and 
contempt of danger. 

BROOKS, Capt. Douglas Cecil Jack ... ... ... ... g/ Welch Fusiliers 

Awarded 4th June, 1917. 

BROWN, Capt. Alfred John ... ... ... ... 6/Royal Sussex (R.F.C) 

In FRANCE, and March, 1918. While on patrol work he and his patrol attacked two enemy 
two-seater machines, one of which was driven down out of control, the other being seriously 
damaged. On the following day he attacked a hostile reconnaissance machine, which he 
forced to land in our lines. On a later occasion he volunteered to attack a hostile aerodrome 
in foggy weather. He dropped four bombs from a height of aoo feet, which blew in the sides 
of one of the hangars, and then attacked horse and motor transport on the road, finally 
engaging enemy troops in the main street of a village with machine-gun fire. He has shown 
great skill and daring as a leader of offensive patrol. 

BROWN, 2/Lt. Andrew Terras ... ... ... ... ... 3/West Yorkshire 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

BROWN, 2/Lt. Ernest Bertram ... ... ... ... 5/South Staffordshire 

BUCQUOY, 13/14 March, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
led two platoons into the enemy's lines, and maintained his position until ordered to retire. 
He assisted to bring in several wounded men under heavy fire, and throughout set a splendid 
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BROWN, Capt. Harold Gladstone ... ... ... ... 8/ York & Lancaster 

E. of YPRES, i8th September. 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
when in command of a raiding party. He led his party against an enemy strong point, and 
was the first to enter it, shooting two of the enemy with his revolver and bayonetting a third. 
Though under fire from another strong point he very coolly made a careful reconnaissance 
of both positions, and brought back valuable information. He set a magnificent example of 
coolness under fire to his men, and it was largely due to his initiative and energy that the 
operations were successful. 

BROWN, Lieut Sydney ... ... ... ... 6/Northumberland Fusiliers 

POEILLY, aist to 23rd March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. This 
officer handled his company with skill and resource for some ten days' fighting, until he was 
wounded. When in battalion reserve he made several counter-attacks, and closed a gap in 
the right flank. His company found the rearguard at the crossing of a river, and it was 
mainly due to his leading that the enemy was held off while the retirement was being effected. 

BROWN, 2/Lt. Walter James ... ... ... ... 4/South Lancashire 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

BROWNE, Lieut. Aubrey George ... ... ... 4/Norfolk (i/M.G.C.) 

N. of FRESNOY, 24th September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry while in charge of a 
battery of eight machine guns, which he got into action under very heavy shell and machine- 
gun fire. He then pushed forward under intense machine-gun fire, and did splendid work in 
repelling a vigorous counter-attack_launched by the enemy. 

BRYSON, 2/Lt. George ... ... ... ... ... i/Cameron Highlanders 

Near BERTHANCOURT, i8th September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry in command of his 
platoon. Under heavy machine-gun fire he charged and knocked out a machine gun which 
was holding up the advance and captured the gun crew, thus enabling his men to reach the 
second objective. 

BRYSON, Capt. Robert Edwards ... ... ... iz/Scottish Rifles (R.A.F.) 

ST. QUENTJN, 2ist March, 1918. When on contact patrol work he was subjected to the 
most severe machine-gun and rifle fire from the ground, and received a serious wound. 
Despite this, and the most adverse weather conditions, he succeeded in locating the enemy 
positions, landing his machine safely behind our lines and bringing back most valuable 
information. By his disregard of personal danger and unfailing devotion to duty he has set 
a splendid example to all ranks. 

BULLPITT, z/Lt. James ... ... ... ... i/Machine Gun Corps 

Awarded ist January, 1919. 

BURBURY, 2/Lt. Arthur Vivian ... ... ... 2/Yorkshire (R.F.C.) 

CAFTET WOOD, i5th September, 1916. When observing from a balloon at a height of 
3,000 ft. the cable was cut by a shell. He destroyed his papers, ripped the balloon, a most 
difficult operation in the air, and then got down in his parachute. 

BURDER, 2/Lt. Claud Vernon ... ... ... ... ... 8/Middlesex 

Near WESTHOEK, i6th August, 1917. He led his company through heavy shell fire to 
an exposed position with great gallantry and ability. Though short of ammunition and 
suffering many casualties, by his fine example he inspired his men, and held the position 
until relieved. He sent in most valuable information, and set a splendid example of courage 
and resolution. 

BURMANN, Lieut. Robert Moyle ... ... ... Adjutant, 2/Border 

Awarded ist January, 1916. 



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BURROUGHS, Capt. Percy William ... ... 24/London 

AVELUY WOOD, 6/7 April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
constantly displayed the utmost courage in visiting all his posts and looking after his men 
during heavy enemy machine-gun and shell fire. By his skilful dispositions he successfully 
maintained his line against repeated attacks, although for nearly six hours his left flank was 
unprotected. Finally he counter-attacked at a critical time, capturing two machine guns and 
many prisoners. He set a splendid example of courage and cheerfulness which greatly 
inspired all ranks with him. 

BURTON, Lieut. Ralph Withers ... ... ... i/East Surrey (M.G.C.) 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

BUTTFIELD, 2/Lt. Leonard Frank ... ... Bucks Battn. Oxford & Bucks L.I. 

Near ST. JULIEN, 26th August, 1917. In an attack when his company officers had become 
casualties he took command, reorganised the men, and consolidated the positions won, and 
held the line until relieved. He showed complete disregard for personal safety, and his 
good leading contributed largely to the success of the attack. 

CAHILL, Capt. John Archibald ... ... ... ... 2 /Royal Berkshire 

MOISLAINS RIDGE, 4th March, 1917. He took command of his company and 
successfully repelled a strong enemy counter-attack He set a magnificent example to his men. 

CAMPBELL, 2/Lt. Andrew ... ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

BUCQUOY RUSIEUX, 25th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. This officer showed initiative and resource when in charge of an ammunition dump. 
Having no i8-pdr. ammunition, he went and found another dump, which had been deserted, 
under fire. He commandeered a train, loaded it up, and by this means kept the batteries of 
the division supplied. 

CAMPBELL, Lieut. Guy ... ... ... ... Motor Machine Gun Corps 

Awarded ist January, 1916. 

CAMPBELL, 2/Lt. Stanley Victor ... ... ... ... ... 4/Border 

TEMPLEUX to DEMUIN, 2ist to 3ist March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty throughout ten days of severe fighting, and until finally wounded. He invariably dis- 
played the utmost courage and a total disregard of personal danger. On one day he twice led 
a counter-attack, causing heavy casualties to the enemy and holding up their advance for a 
considerable time. Later, he fought a magnificent rearguard action, his fine example inspiring 
all with him to do their utmost. 

CANNON, Major Herbert Cooper ... ... ... 6/Royal West Surrey 

Awarded i4th January, 1916. 

CAPPER, 2/Lt. Ernest Raphael ... ... ... ... ... 3/Essex 

S.E. of MONCHY-LE-PREUX, 3rd August, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion 
to duty. After the enemy had secured a footing in a portion of our trench he organised a 
bombing attack with his platoon and cleared them out, and when his original bombers had 
sustained casualties and were too tired to throw bombs accurately he collected a fresh squad 
of men from another unit and attacked again. His excellent leading, clear orders, and great 
coolness under fire very largely contributed to the success of the attack. 

CARD, 2/Lt. Arthur Henry ... ... ... ... ... i2/Middlesex 

TRONES WOOD, i4th July, 1916. He led the left half of the line which cleared a wood of 
the enemy, capturing a strong point and a machine gun.' He retained control over his men 
under most difficult circumstances. He has also carried out most useful reconnaissances. 



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CARNELLEY, Lieut. Herbert ... ... ... ... ... R.E. 

ESCAUT CANAL, 1/2 October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He was in charge of a party of sappers employed on reconstructing a partially destroyed 
footbridge across the canal. In spite of rifle fire from the opposite bank, he carried on the 
work with great determination until he was severely wounded. 

CARR, Capt. Leslie George ... ... ... ... ... 4(i)London 

FREMICOURT AREA, 24th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He remained behind with his Lewis gun till his company had taken up a new position, covering 
the withdrawal and inflicting heavy losses on the enemy at close range. On each occasion, 
when he rejoined his company, he immediately reorganised and gave battle. During the whole 
operations he showed great ability and coolness under very difficult conditions. 

BAR TO M.C. 

GREY FARM, loth April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during a 
hostile attack, when, with two companies, he held on to a position and covered the retirement 
of the battalion until it was complete. With great skill he then withdrew his men through a 
gap in the enemy's lines, and succeeded in rejoining the battalion without the loss of a man. 

CARR, Capt. Mathew ... ... ... ... 2/Royal Scots Fusiliers 

Awarded ist January, 1917. 

BAR TO M.C. 
Awarded ist January, 1919. 

CARTER, Lieut. Henry William ... ... ... 5/Royal West Surrey 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

CASSELS, 2/Lt. James Stuart ... ... ... ... g/Royal Sussex 

BEAUMONT HAMEL, 3rd September, 1916. He was for many hours under very heavy shell 
fire, and when the second and third waves failed to reach their objectives, he greatly assisted 
his company commander in reorganising the men for another attack. He displayed great 
coolness and utter contempt for danger. 

CATTELL, Capt. Alfred George ... ... ... ... 24/London 

LE FORREST and ST. PIERRE VAA.ST WOOD, 3oth August and 2nd September, 1918. For 
marked gallantry and good work. On both occasions he led his company in the attack and 
gained the objectives, taking prisoners, capturing one 77 mm. gun and a number of machine 
guns. Although his right flank was exposed and dangerously threatened, he held on to and 
personally superintended the consolidation of the positions gained. 

CAVVLEY, Lieut. James Donald ... ... 8oth Battery, i^ih Brigade, R.F.A. 

FOREST OF MORMAL, 4th November, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty, 
while the battery was firing a barrage in support of the attack under heavy fire. One gun 
received a direct hit, three gunners being wounded. He at once went and attended to the 
wounded, carrying them one by one to a safe place. He then returned to the battery, and by 
his coolness and determination kept the men's morale at a high level under trying conditions. 

CHANDLER, Capt. Alfred Leonard ... ... ... ... R.A.S.C. 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

CHANDLER, Capt. Cecil William ... ... 8/Royal Munster Fusiliers 

GUILLEMONT, 3rd September, 1916. Although wounded, he led his men and beat off 
repeated enemy attacks, displaying great courage and initiative throughout. 

CHAPMAN, 2/Lt. Basil Edmund ... ... ... ... ... 5(8)Norfolk 

YPRES, 13/14 August, 1917. When an enemy gas shell penetrated thereof of a shelter in 
which seven officers were sleeping, he, although seriously affected by the gas, climbed through 
a hole in the roof and eventually managed to extricate these officers, who had been gassed at 
the same time as himself. He showed splendid gallantry and devotion to duty. 

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CHATTERTON, Lieut. Richard ... ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

BERKILI FORD, SALONICA, iyth to igth September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and 
devotion to duty when the section was under heavy shell fire and gas. During the whole of the 
enemy bombardment he walked out in the open from gun to gun encouraging the detachment. 

CHEEL, 2/Lt. Edgar Stacey ... ... ... ... 3/ Royal West Kent 

SOMME, 22nd March to and April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
during an enemy advance. When most of the officers in the battalion had become casualties, 
he collected all men near him and organised them for defence. Throughout his work was of 
a high order, and he was of great service to his acting battalion commander. 

CHEVERTON, Major Thomas Bird ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1918. 

CHILD, Capt. Arthur James ... ... ... ... i/Artists (R.F.C.) 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

CHILVERS, 2/Lt. Joseph Ernest ... ... ... 3/East Kent (att. yth) 

RONSSOY, i8th to 25th September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and ability during the 
operations. After his company commander had been wounded, he assumed command, and, 
during the advance, with a small party, crawled forward and dealt with an enemy machine gun 
which had been causing casualties. Throughout the whole of the operations, though twice 
wounded, he displayed great courage and initiative. 

CHRISTIE, Capt. John Fairfax ... ... ... ... ... i/Herts 

E. of AMIENS, 26th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. This 
officer's company covered the retirement of two brigades, and was then sent back by him as 
ordered. He himself remained with one man, and noticing that the division on the right was 
being heavily pressed, he took a Lewis gun up to a position where he could enfilade the enemy, 
and with the man to carry spare drums, inflicted severe casualties, bringing them to a halt. 
The following day he organised a delaying action and held up an attack. Throughout the ten 
days' operations until he was wounded he did much good work. 

CLASS, Lieut. Herbert Rudolph ... ... 5; Royal Warwick 

MOATED GRANGE, ist July, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry. Throughout an intense 
bombardment, which wrecked the defences, he moved about with utter contempt of danger, 
encouraging his men. He materially assisted in reorganising the defences and in repelling the 
enemy's infantry. 

CLIVELY, Major Richard Constantino ... ... ... i6/Tank Corps 

QUENNEMONT COPSE, September 2gth, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and excellent 
leadership. When the situation was obscure, and it was obvious that the attack had miscarried, 
and the enemy was holding the line in strength only 500 yards in front, he held a conference 
with the infantry company commanders, and under heavy shell and machine-gun fire organised 
a fresh attack to endeavour to reach the start line. He distributed his tanks amongst the 
infantry, and by his coolness set a splendid example to all ranks. 

COCK, 2/Lt. Geoffrey Hornblower ... ... General List and R.F.C. 

On the GAPAARD OOSTAVERNE ROAD, 6th June, 1917. On many occasions he showed great 
courage and determination in attacking and destroying hostile aircraft, and in dispersing 
hostile troops from a low altitude. His skill as a fo'rmation leader has set a fine example to 
the other pilots of his squadron. 

CODD, 2/Lt. Cyril Joseph Charles ... i4/Durham L.I. (Machine Gun Corps) 

REGHA TRENCH, 23rd to 3ist October, 1916. He displayed great courage and determination 
during the consolidation of the position, and by skilful handling of his guns was instrumental in 
repelling two counter-attacks. 



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COKE, 2/Lt. Edward ... ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

LOMBARTZYDE, loth July, 1917. As artillery Liaison Officer, at a time when all communi- 
cation with his artillery group was severed, he made repeated attempts to restore the connection, 
and personally crossed a river under heavy fire in his efforts to mend the cable and to lay fresh 
ones. He showed the greatest gallantry and disregard of danger throughout the operations, 
and only desisted from his efforts on receiving the direct order from his headquarters to do so. 

COLE, Lieut. Gordon James ... ... ... ... ... i7/Rifle Brigade 

N. of FAMPOUX, 23rd March, 1918. When the enemy had forced an entrance into the 
front line trench and were bombing along it, and the situation appeared to be critical, he went 
forward from headquarters to reconnoitre. He collected all available men and formed a 
defensive flank and then organised and took part in a counter-attack which drove out the 
enemy and completely re-established the position. He showed splendid skill and resource in a 
most difficult situation. 

COLE, z/Lt. William Maurice ... ... ... ... 5/Leicester 

Near LE TOURET, 9/10 June, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He led a patrol in daylight to the enemy's lines, crawled through three belts of wire, 
surrounded, with three of his men, an enemy organised shell-hole and tried to take the sentry 
prisoner. The man resisted, and the noise disturbed an enemy machine-gun post close by, 
so they shot him for identification. Next day he again led a daylight patrol and gained 
valuable knowledge of the enemy's movements, locating several posts and the time at which 
they were manned. 

COLEMAN, 2/Lt. George Herbert ... ... ... ... 5/Liverpool 

Near RAILWAY WOOD, 4/5 March, 1917. In leading two separate bombing attacks 
against the enemy, he remained to the last superintending the withdrawal of his party, and 
then carried a wounded man back to safety under heavy fire. 

COLES, Lieut. Edgar Lermitte ... ... ... ... 5/Royal West Surrey 

TARA HILL, 23rd August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and energy during the attack. 
On reaching his objective in command of a company, he was senior officer left in the battalion, 
and supervised the reorganisation practically single-handed, completing it in a very short 
time, though the men were tired and inexperienced. He showed fine determination under 
trying conditions. 

COLLINS, 2/Lt. John Edmund ... ... ... ... ... 22/London 

METZ, 23rd March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion when fighting a 
rearguard action. Although his platoon suffered many casualties, and was almost surrounded, 
by his disregard of danger and skilful leadership he held up the enemy for three hours, at a 
time when delay was of the greatest importance. His gallant conduct undoubtedly saved 
the battalion and enabled the withdrawal to be completed. 

COLVIN, Capt. Alexander ... ... ... ... ... ... 5/Essex 

GAZA, 26th March, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He led 
his company with great dash and gallantry in an attack upon a strongly fortified redoubt, 
which he successfully captured, and afterwards thoroughly reorganised and consolidated the 
position. On the following day he displayed great coolness when in command of a portion 
of our front line trench. 

COMBER, 2/Lt. Turner ... ... ... ... ... ... 9/Essex 

W. of ALBERT, 27th March, 1918. When in command of a company he repulsed with 
heavy loss the numerous determined attacks launched by the enemy against his position, 
though the latter was enfiladed by machine-gun fire from both flanks. His gallantry and able 
leadership merited the highest praise. 

BAR TO M.C. 

Near MANANCOURT, on the night of 5th September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry 
and determination. He went forward and took command of a company that had got separated 
from the battalion during the attack and lost all its officers except one. Having collected 
the company together in the pitch darkness he got it into position. Although much fatigued 
the men led by him gained their objective, killing many of the enemy and taking a number 
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CONIBEER, 2/Lt. Ralph William ... ... ... ... ... 3/East Surrey 

BOURSIES, 23/24 October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during 
the operations. He led his platoon forward with great skill and gained his objective in face 
of determined enemy opposition. After he was wounded he would not leave his platoon 
until he had handed over a thoroughly well organised defensive position. His conduct 
throughout was most jaraise worthy. 

CONRAN, Capt. Edward Dennis ... ... ... 2/Royal Munster Fusiliers 

Awarded 3rd" June, 1916. 

BAR TO M.C. 

LE CATELET, 4th October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry, determination and resource 
when in command of a platoon in the attack. By his cheerfulness and complete disregard 
of danger he set a good example to all under his command, He materially assisted the attack 
on VILLERS FERME on 6th October, 1918, by outflanking the enemy and bombing down his 
trench. 

COOKE, 2/Lt. Michael James ... ... ... ... ... 3/Norfolk 

Near LAGNICOURT, 2ist March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
during a hostile attack, when the expeditious manner in which he moved the Lewis guns of 
his company to its threatened flank was largely repohsible for holding up the enemy's 
advance. Throughout the action he commanded his men, under extremely heavy fire, with 
the greatest courage and skill until severely wounded. 

COOKE, 2/Lt. Philip Andrew ... ... ... ... 8/K.R.R.C. 

ROCLINCOURT, 1/2 July, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry when the enemy exploded 
a large mine, destroying part of our defences. He at once organised bombers, drove off the 
enemy, and greatly assisted in the consolidation of the position under heavy fire. 

COOP, 2/Lt. Richard Wallace ... ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

YPRES, i6th August, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty as F.O.O. 
He sent back valuable information under very great difficulties. He had to fall back under 
the enemy counter-attack, but was one of the last to return, and narrowly escaped capture. 

COOPER, 2/Lt. Edward Priestly ... ... ... ... i/East Yorks" 

Awarded ist January, 1917. 

COOPER, 2/Lt. Thomas Charles ... ... ... i i/Royal Lancaster 

BOURLON WOOD, 25th November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He assisted greatly in the capture of the final objective, and continually rallied men of 
various units and held his position against counter-attacks. He set a splendid example of 
courage to his men. 

CORMACK, 2/Lt. Arthur Richard ... ... ... ... Machine Gun Corps 

HERMIES, VILLERS-AU-FLOS, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty, 
when he commanded his section so well that his guns wiped out the personnel of three 
machine guns and silenced two others ; and when he retired his section without loss, after 
waiting until the enemy was within 100 yards of him, enabled the garrison of a village to get 
clear. Again, when his battery made a fine stand, his calm forethought and determination 
were prominent. 

CORNISH, 2/Lt. George Mervin ... ... ... ...Grenadier Guards 

LES BCEUFS, i5th September, 1916. Though twice wounded and streaming with blood, 
he continued to lead in the advance. Not till after the trench was firmly in our hands did he 
allow himself to be taken to the dressing station. 

CORRELL, 2/Lt. Charles Edward ... ... ... ... ... 5/Yorks 

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CORRY, 2/Lt. John Edgar ... ... ... ... 3/ Royal West Surrey 

S. of METEREN, rath to i4th April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He twice led counter-attacks with great dash against the enemy to restore the situation. Owing 
to his courage and cheerfulness, many attacks by the enemy were completely repulsed. He 
has previously done fine work. 

COTTAM, Capt. Algernon Edward ... ... ... ... 2/East Surrey 

W. of BAPAUME, 2ist to 23rd August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry in action. He made 
frequent reconnaissances to the front over ground swept by artillery, machine-gun and rifle 
fire, and in spite of thick mist and other difficulties, he obtained important information of the 
positions occupied by the enemy. Throughout two days' operations he showed a splendid 
example of courage and initiative and untiring energy. 

COURTAULD, Capt. Stephen Lewis ... ... ... i/Worcester (M.G.C.) 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

COXHEAD, 2/Lt. Henry Jessop ... ... ... ... ... i3/Royal Sussex 

Awarded 3rd June, 1917. 

CRAMPTON, 2/Lt. Hubert ... ... ... ... ... 5/Manchester 

Awarded 3rd June, 1917. 

CRAN, Capt. Robert Charles ... ... ... ... 2/York & Lancaster 

Near GRICOURT, 24/25 September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and fine leadership 
in action. He personally led the assault on the final objective on the 24th. He assumed 
control of the entire front Jine of the battalion and displayed high powers of leadership and 
organisation. He set a very fine example of coolness and courage to all ranks. 

CREED, 2/Lt. Thomas Percival ... ... ... ... S/Leicester 

ANDOVER PLACE, December, 1916. With a small party of men he attacked and drove off 
an enemy patrol. He displayed great courage and determination throughout. 

CRISP, Lieut. George William ... ... ... ... ... 23/London 

Near HAPPY VALLEY, 22nd August, 1918. He exhibited unusual qualities of initiative 
and marked ability in dealing efficiently with unexpected and difficult situations when 
immediate action was essential and it was impossible to refer to his commanding officer. 
When the enemy successfully attacked part of the line he carried out the reorganisation of the 
survivors and the defence of the second line with great gallantry and complete success in spite 
of intense fire. 

CROCKER, 2/Lt. William Charles ... ... ... ... 4/Dorset 

ORS, 4th November, 1918. He led his platoon with great dash and determination during 
the attack, which involved crossing the canal under heavy machine-gun fire. In mopping up 
the. village of Ors he took over 80 prisoners with his platoon, and later on captured a group 
of houses with further prisoners. Throughout he set a fine example to his men. 

CROOK, 2/Lt. Leslie Arthur ... ... ... ... 2/Royal West Surrey 

Near BAZENTIN, i5th to 2ist July, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry in action. He set a fine 
example under heavy fire, and displayed great powers of leadership till he was wounded. 

CRONEEN, 2/Lt. Seymour ... ... ... ... ... R.A.S.C. 

HILL 60, 2jrd September, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
was in charge of a convoy of twelve wagons ordered to load at a supply dump which was 
under heavy shell fire. He first reconnoitred the road, and then brought the wagons up 
singly until they had all been loaded and safely despatched, the whole task being carried out 
under shell fire. It was entirely due to his devotion to duty and determination that the task 
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CROSLAND, 2/Lt. Leonard ... ... R.G.A. 

GAZA, 15/16 October, 1917. Though himself severely wounded he remained under 
heavy shell fire with a badly wounded man, rendering him assistance, and finally got him 
under cover. 

CROUCH, Capt. Francis Harris ... ... ... ... 5/Lancashire Fusiliers 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

CROWTHER, Lieut. John Edward Marmaduke ... ... ... u/East Surrey 

SENSES VALLEY, 23rd March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
This officer in command of a company was ordered to reconnoitre a village, and subsequently 
his company led the attack. During the whole time he was fearlessly exposing himself under 
intense shell .and machine-gun fire, and he fell wounded when directing and encouraging his 
platoons which were held up by enemy strong points. Although badly wounded, he gave full 
directions to the nearest officer before allowing himself to be taken to the dressing station. 

CUDDON, Capt. Philip Basil ... ... ... ... ... 2/Hampshire 

MONCHY, i4th April, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
displayed great ability in placing a part of the village in a good state of defence at a most 
critical stage. Oa a later date he led his company into action, captured a trench containing 
a large number of the enemy, and defended the right flank of the Division when the advance 
was held up. 

FIRST BAR TO M.C. 

BOESINGHE, gth October, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
commanded his company with marked ability throughout the operations, and when a further 
advance was ordered at short notice, he conducted it with the greatest skill and determination, 
and carried it out with complete success. He displayed great judgment in difficult situations, 
and set a high example of courage to his men. 

SECOND BAR TO M.C. 

Near VIEUX BERQUIN, 3rd April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When the line on the left suddenly broke under an enemy attack, this officer galloped up and 
took the men forward, re-establishing the original firing line. His energy and drive saved a 
very critical situation. 

CULLERNE, 2/Lt. Alan Baird ... ... ... ... 7/Royal West Kent 

BERNAFAY WOOD, 27/28 August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and enterprise during 
the operations. Keeping close up with the barrage he reached the objective with his com- 
pany, and, pressing on, he gave the enemy no time to reorganise. Later, when the troops on 
both flanks were driven back, he superintended the defence of the flanks under heavy fire and 
ultimately enabled the line to be re-established. 

CUMBERLEGE, Capt. Geoffrey Fenwick Jocelyn ... ... 2/Oxford & Bucks L.I. 

Awarded ist January, 1919. 

CUNDALL, Capt. Herbert Ayres ... ... ... ... i /South Stafford 

BULLECOURT, lath May, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion during an attack, 
when, although severely wounded, he continued to lead his men on with great bravery until 
wounded a second time. He has on previous occasions done fine work. 

CUNNINGHAM, 2/Lt. James Joseph Ignatius ... ... ... i2/London 

NEUVILLE VITASSE, gth April, 1917. His company being held up by thick wire and fired 
on by an enemy machine gun, he led his platoon and broke through the wire into the enemy 
trench, where he attacked and dispersed the machine-gun team. His prompt action saved 
many casualties. 



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CURTIS, 2/Lt. Frank ... ... ... ... ... Machine Gun Corps 

LAGNICOURT, 21/22 March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
during a hostile attack, when in command of four forward guns, which he controlled with 
great courage and skill. After all his guns had been destroyed by shell fire he took command 
of another battery whose officer had been wounded, and when the infantry in this sector had 
been ordered to retire he covered the withdrawal with his guns. Throughout the day he 
set a splendid example of courage and cheerfulness. 

CUTLER, 2/Lt. Edward Cecil ... ... ... ... ... 7/Royal Sussex 

AVELUY WOOD, 26th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when 
his platoon was attacked by strong enemy forces and almost completely surrounded. He 
showed great skill and coolness in rallying his men and beat off the attack. Next day, during 
a heavy enemy attack, he was severely wounded, but refused to allow himself to be taken 
away until the situation was restored and he had handed over the command to a N.C.O. 

CUTTING, Major Raymond Howarth ... ... ... ... i/Devon 

Awarded ist January, 1917. 

DALTON, 2/Lt. John ... ... ... ... ... i/ Bedford 

N. of YPRES, 5th to loth October, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
when in command of the left platoon of the battalion. On the first night in he crossed very 
boggy ground to the right company headquarters of the battalion on our left, laid a tape from 
there a distance of about 300 yards to our left post, and got one of their companies to dig in 
and join up with our left. It was due to his action that our left flank was made secure. 

DALY, 2/Lt. Augustus Joseph ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

N. of ZILLEBEKE LAKE, 6/7 September, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion 
to duty. While he was helping to drag two guns out the gun position a shell burst, killing 
and wounding fourteen men. Though himself wounded, he managed to carry all the 
wounded off the track into shell holes. He later collected two teams and got his guns into 
the new position. 

DANGERFIELD, 2/Lt. Paul ... ... ... ... ... i/East Kent 

Awarded ist January, 1916. 

DANIELL, Lt.-Col. Thomas Edward St. Clare ... ... ... ... R.F.C. 

Awarded ist January, 1917. 

DAVIDSON, 2/Lt. Kenneth Chisholm ... ... ... n/Gordon Highlanders 

YPRES, 3ist July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When 
commanding his platoon during an advance, an enemy strong point manned by machine guns 
threatened to hold up the right flank of his battalion. With great courage and initiative, he 
organised a bombing party, personally led it against the position, and after a fierce encounter, 
killed the garrison and put the guns out of action. On reaching the first objective, he took 
command and reorganised half of the battalion, and throughout the advance he displayed 
the greatest personal courage and gallantry in the forefront of the fighting. 

DAVIES, 2/Lt. Arthur Charles ... ... ... ... n /Essex 

N. of ST. QUENTIN, igth September to i7th October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry 
and devotion to duty as Intelligence Officer during the operations. On the 17th October 
especially, when the position was very obscure owing to the heavy mist, he made his way 
to the assaulting troops, put some who had lost direction on their right way, and cleared up 
the situation generally. All this was done under heavy machine-gun fire. 

DAVIES, 2/Lt. Derek Ben ... ... ... ... ... Welsh Guards 

FLESQUIERES, 27th September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He volunteered to take out a party to deal with the enemy machine guns in ORIVAL WOOD, 
which were enfilading his company. He succeeded under intense fire in killing six of the 
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DA VIES, 2/Lt. Frederick Harry ... ... ... ... R.A.F. 

In FRANCE, 8th and nth March, 1918. Whilst on artillery observation duty he engaged 
a hostile scout, which he succeeded in sending down out of control. He then continued to 
observe for the shoot, and successfully accomplished his task. Later, whilst again on 
artillery patrol, though attacked by five hostile aeroplanes, he, by successful manoeuvring, 
enabled his observer to fire several bursts into the leader of the formation, whose machine 
was seen to go down in a vertical nose-dive and crash to earth. Continuing the fight against 
the remaining four hostile machines, he eventually forced them away, and succeeded in 
ranging on and neutralizing three hostile batteries. He set a magnificent example of skill 
and determination. 

DAVIES, 2/Lt. Gwylon ... ... ... ... 4/Northumberland Fusiliers 

CAULINCOURT, 2ist to 27th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
During a withdrawal this officer volunteered to go forward and locate the enemy position, 
returning with valuable information. Some days later he showed great coolness under heavy 
fire, encouraging his men and leading a counter-attack with great dash. He held on till 
forced to withdraw for want of ammunition. 

DAVIES, Lieut. Henry ... ... ... 6/Royal Welch Fusiliers 

SAPIGNIES BITHUCOURT, 2ist to 26th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and 
devotion to duty in action. In every phase of the fighting he led his men in a most splendid 
manner. His tireless energy and courage under heavy fire and in critical circumstances 
were most praiseworthy. 

DAVIES, 2/Lt. Thomas Talvin ... .,. ... ... ... 4/Welch 

BOURLON WOOD, 23rd November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When his company had reached their objective he heard that men of another battalion on 
his left were in difficulties. Collecting a few men he went to their assistance, and by pushing 
forward enabled them to continue their advance. Returning to his company he repeatedly 
led his men forward and did much to bring the heavy enemy counter-attacks to a standstill. 
He showed splendid coolness and initiative, 

DAVIES, Lieut. Tudor Huab ... ... ... ... ... R.E. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1918. 

DAVIS, 2/Lt. Melville Allen Duff ... ... ... ... 9/K.R.R.C. 

YPRES-MENIN ROAD, 2ist to 25th August 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion 
to duty. He was in charge of all the carrying and ration parties up to the front line, and 
carried out his task under very heavy shell fire with great success. During an enemy counter- 
attack, when bombs were urgently needed in the front line, he led a carrying party with 
bombs up a road under an intense barrage. He also took command of his company, 
reorganised them and brought them out successfully. 

DAVIS, 2/Lt. Ralph ... ... ... ... ... ... Leicester 

GUEUDECOURT, 25th September, 1916. He led his men in the attack with great courage 
and initiative. Later he ran along the parapet under heavy fire to give instructions for the 
consolidation, and set a splendid example. 

DAVIS, Capt. Richard Nevill ... ... ... ... ... 2/Leicester 

MONTNOIR, i7th April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during an 
enemy attack. He kept the situation well in hand during the temporary absence of his 
commanding officer, and ensured the right flank of his battalion being thrown back so as to 
enable the front positions to be maintained. He continually sent back information as to the 
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DAVIS, 2/Lt. Thomas Henry Clifford ... ... ... ..." R.F.A. 

SAVERNAKE WOOD, :8th September, 1916. When his O.P. was blown in and himself 
wounded he remained and dressed a severely-wounded telephonist and brought him in. On 
another occasion he sent back valuable information and carried out a daring reconnaissance. 

BAR TO M.C. 

DEMICOURT, 22nd November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
Whilst reconnoitring a position for a forward observation post, accompanied only by an 
orderly, he encountered a party of sixteen of the enemy, all of whom he brought into our 
lines as prisoners. He continually showed the greatest gallantry and enterprise. 

DAWE, z/Lt. Sidney Charles ... ... ... ... ... 5/Lincoln 

CROISILLES-HENIN ROAD, 3ist March, 1917. He led his platoon in the most gallant 
manner, and inflicted heavy casualties on the enemy. Later, although wounded, he remained 
at his post until the position was consolidated. 

DAWSON, 2/Lt. Frederick Albert ... ... ... ... 8/East Surrey 

POELCAPPELLE, i2th October, 1917. Shortly after the attack was launched the leading 
platoons of his company were held up by intense machine-gun fire. He pushed on and, in 
conjunction with his company commander, made great efforts to carry forward the attack. 
After his company commander became a casualty, he took command of the company and 
some men of another division, and again attempted to renew the attack. 

DAY, Lieut. John Percival ... ... ... ... 9/Rifle Brigade 

DELVILLE WOOD, igth to soth August, 1916. He twice carried out difficult and dangerous 
reconnaissances, and on one occasion led a successful bombing attack with great skill and 
courage. 

DEATON, z/Lt. Albert Joseph ... ... ... ... ... 6/Gloucester 

ST. JOLIEN, i6th August, 1917. In an attack he led his platoon with great dash and 
judgment. When held up by machine-gun fire he got his Lewis gun into action at once, 
silenced the hostile gun and charged the position. He inflicted considerable losses on the 
enemy by his prompt action. 

DEBONO, Lieut. George Peter ... ... ... ... 5/ Royal Berks 

E. of ARRAS, gth April, 1917. He showed great courage and ability when commanding 
his company. He led them against an enemy battery, capturing it and many prisoners. 
He set a fine example throughout. 

DEER, Lieut. John Hartley ... ... ... ... ... K.R.R.C. 

N. of KEMMEL, nth August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and determination. He 
held on to the post of which he was in command, though entirely surrounded by the enemy, 
who were eventually repelled with heavy casualties. It was chiefly owing to his courage and 
tenacity that the flank of the battalion was maintained intact. 

DE LANDRE-GROGAN, Lieut. Leon Victor St. Patrick ... ... i (5) York & Lancaster 

Near GAVRELLE (N. of ARRAS) on the night of September 22/23, 1918. For conspicuous 
gallantry and good leadership during a successful minor operation. He led his platoon 
against an enemy trench and successfully cleared it and carried out consolidation. The 
following night the enemy counter-attacked in force but were driven off with loss. The 
success of the operation was greatly due to his able leadership and fine example to his men. 

DEVEREUX, 2/Lt. Richard Harding Frank ... ... ... zo/Rifle Brigade 

Awarded ist January, 1917. 

DICKMAN, 2/Lt. Henry Alderman ... ... ... i6yth A. T. Coy., R.E. 

Awarded ist January, 1919. 

Dixox, Lieut. Alfred Chessington ... ... ... ... n/Tank Corps 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 



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DONALDSON, 2/Lt. Alfred James ... ... ... ... g/Royal West Kent 

Near KLEIN ZILLEBEKE, 3ist July and ist August, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and 
devotion to duty. During two days of severe fighting he made journeys under heavy fire to 
maintain touch with the battalions on the flanks and with the front line. He also reconnoitred 
and laid out the assembly area under fire and guided the companies to their tapes. 

DORE, 2/Lt. William Charles Henry ... ... ... ... Labour Corps 

CAESTRE, and December, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
showed the greatest coolness and determination in his handling of his men in a most difficult 
situation. 

DORRINGTON, 2/Lt. Stanley Flowers ... ... ... 3/Northampton 

GAZA, 2nd November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
displayed conspicuous courage and skill in the capture of a post, and, when compelled to 
withdraw, he successfully extricated his platoon across a shell-swept area. His dashing 
example was beyond all praise. 

DOUGLAS, 2/Lt. George Frederick ... ... ... ... R.E. 

S. of ST. JULIEN, 8th September, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
when in charge of gas projectors emplaced in a very exposed position. A hostile barrage 
being put down on and behind the projector emplacements he distributed his men in shell 
holes, and, without calling for any assistance from them, himself completed the final 
connections. Witholding his fire until the appointed time he fired four out of the five 
batteries, only returning to cover after having assured himself that all the projectors had 
fired. This involved careful and cool-headed work in a very exposed position and under 
exceptionally heavy fire. 

DOWDEN, 2/Lt. Henry James ... ... ... 3iath Brigade, R.F.A. 

HAVRINCOURT, i8th September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
In reponse to a S.O.S., this officer at once got all the guns into action, and maintained a 
quick rate of fire in spite of heavy barrage. He fired one gun himself until the detachment 
was collected, and then assisted to bind up a wounded officer. 

DOWSON, Lieut. Sydney Houghton ... ... ... ... i /Royal Warwick 

Awarded ist January, 1919. 

DOYLE, Lieut. Algernon Gordon ... ... ... i23rd Field Coy., R.E. 

Near MONTAY, 15/16 October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and determination in 
connection with bridging the RIVER SELLE. On the night of 15/16 he took measurements 
of the river to enable a tank bridge to be made. On the i6th he prepared the necessary 
materials for the bridge, and that night worked for nine hours breast-deep in the water under 
heavy shell and machine-gun fire and sniping. When approaching daylight forced him to 
stop work, he had, by twenty-three hours' continuous work under most trying conditions, 
ensured the success of the scheme. He continued the work during the next two nights, and 
the bridge was satisfactorily completed twenty-four hours before zero. His bridging work 
proved of great value in the attack on the zoth. 

DRAKEFORD, Capt. Herbert ... ... ... ... 7/Liverpool 

HOUPLINES, 15/16 July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during 
a determined hostile raid upon our front line. He organised a post for defence, and 
succeeded in beating off a strong party of the enemy from both front and rear. He then 
visited all the front line positions in his sector under an intense barrage, during which he 
killed one of the enemy and obtained identifications. 

DUCKWORTH, 2/Lt. John Edwin Hardie ... ... 7/Worcester (i6/Devon) 

Near RONSSOY, i8th September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and initiative when he 
led the attack splendidly and was the first man on the objective between TOINE WOOD and 
ORCHARD POST. At one period he got considerably in advance of the main force but still 
pushed on. Without the courageous example set by this officer it is doubtful whether this 
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were captured in this sector alone. During consolidation, with a Welsh officer he crawled 
round a machine gun which was still firing and rounded it up. He and his party were also 
responsible for the capture of an enemy field gun. 

DUDLEY, 2/Lt. Arnold Tiffany ... ... ... ... ... 3/Yorks 

HILL 60, 7th June, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in leading his 
company successfully when all the other officers had become casualties. He showed great 
judgment in his selection of strong points for the defence, and set a fine example to his men 
of coolness under heavy shell fire. Although wounded, he remained in command for 36 hours. 

DUNBAR, Capt. Sir Archibald Edward, Bart. ... ... i2/West Yorks 

BAZENTIN-LE-GRAND, i4th July, and LONGUEVAL, 23rd July, 1916. He led his company 
in the attack with great dash, and skilfully consolidated his position. During a later attack 
he handled his company with great skill under heavy shell fire. He has set a fine example. 

DUNKERTON, Lieut. Edmund Lloyd Hain ... ... ... 5/York & Lancaster 

BOURLON WOOD, zyth November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He led his platoon against a village under heavy fire. After his company commander had 
been wounded, he took command of the company, and three times went through a heavy 
barrage to reorganise his men. When the line had given way, he led his men forward again 
and saved a critical situation. He set a splendid example of determination and resource. 

BAR TO M.C. 

STEENWERCK, nth April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
led his company in a successful attack on houses filled with enemy snipers and machine guns. 
Having gained his objective, he took charge of and successfully led another company who 
had lost all their officers. By his fine example of courage and good leadership he contributed 
largely to the success of the attack. 

DURRANT, Major Reginald Tom ... ... ... 223rd Brigade, R.F.A. 

Awarded ist January, 1919. 

DURUTY, 2/Lt. Charles Eric ... ... ... ... io/ Royal Warwick 

S. of Bois DE BEIZ, 2ist September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. After two companies detailed for an attack had reached their objective, communication 
with them except by runner was impossible for some time. During this period this officer, 
as Battalion Intelligence Officer, despite artillery barrage, very heavy machine-gun fire and 
numerous snipers, on two separate occasions carried out personal reconnaissances as far as 
the forward occupied posts, bringing back much valuable information to his commanding 
officer. He has on very many occasions carried out exceptionally valuable patrol work both 
by day and night. 

DUTHIE, 2/Lt. Donald James ... ... ... ... 6/Royal Warwick 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

DUTTON, Lieut. Wilfred Joseph ... ... ... ... ... 4/Gloucester 

AVE, on the ASIAGO PLATEAU, 23/24 October, 1918. In a night raid he Jed his company 
with conspicuous gallantry, quickly overcoming all enemy resistance and capturing fifty 
prisoners and three machine guns. By his personal example of courage and determination 
he contributed very largely to the success gained by his company. 

DUXBURY, 2/Lt. Andrew Marshall ... ... ... 6/Oxford & Bucks L.I. 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

DYKES, 2/Lt. Oswald ... ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

BERTHANCOURT, i8th September, and FRESNOY, 24th September, 1918. F'or conspicuous 
gallantry and resource while in command of his battery, which was subjected to very heavy 
hostile fire and gas shelling, severe casualties being caused to personnel and equipment, in 
spite of which operations were successfully carried out. 

EDE, 2/Lt. Edwin William ... ... ... ... 5/Royal Fusiliers 

E. of HANGARD, and April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
while commanding a company in attack. He showed great coolness and determination under 
very heavy fire, and got his Lewis gun into action to counter the enemy machine guns. 



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EDGHILL, 2/Lt. Ashley Gay ... ... ... ... 4/Lancashire Fusiliers 

AYETTE, 3rd to 5th April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty while in 
command of his T.M. Battery during raids on hostile trenches. The attacks were carried out 
under a Stokes mortar barrage, as artillery could not be used, and were completely successful, 
resulting in the capture of three machine guns and several prisoners, and causing heavy enemy 
casualties. He carried out his programme in spite of heavy artillery and machine-gun fire, 
displaying a fearless devotion to duty which greatly inspired his men. 

EDMINSON, Lieut. Leonard Oswald ... ... ... ... i2/Manchester 

Awarded ist January, 1919. 

EDMUNDS, Lieut. John ... ... ... ... ... 2i/London 

BOURLON WOOD, 4/5 December, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He remained with another officer and a few men in the front line for four hours after the 
position had been evacuated. He carried out his task with marked ability, and at the appointed 
time withdrew without a casualty and without the enemy suspecting that the line had been 
evacuated. 

EDWARDS, 2/Lt. Griffith Oliver ... ... ... 3/Northumberland Fusiliers 

HILL 60 Sector, y/3 June, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in 
commanding two platoons during an attack. His coolness and cheerfulness under heavy shell 
fire steadied his men, and later, when sent up to reinforce, he did so with great promptness 
and exactitude. 

EDWARDS, Capt. William Howell ... ... ... i i/Royal Welch Fusiliers 

Near MONTAY, 2oth October, r.jiS. In the attack he showed conspicuous gallantry as 
adjutant. Under constant machine-gun fire he made the preliminary arrangements for the 
assembly of the battalion east of the RIVER SELLE. It was largely due to his skill that the 
battalion was able to assemble so close to the first objective without enemy knowledge. 

EGLINGTON, Lieut. Dudley Charles ... ... 2/Royal Highlanders (R.F.C.) 

LILLE, aoth May, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion when acting as an 
observer. In the course of a fight with several Albatross scouts, in which he shot down one, 
the pilot was wounded and fell over the control lever insensible, causing the machine to dive 
with the engine full on. He climbed out, standing outside the fuselage on the lower plane, 
dragged the pilot back, and, switching off the engine, pulled the machine out of its dive. 
Not being a trained pilot, his act exhibited great fearlessness and skill. 

EILOART, 2/Lt. Ferdinand Robert ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1918. 

ELKINGTON, Lieut. Howard George ... ... ... ... 2i/London 

DESSART RIDGE BAZENTIN WOOD, 2ist March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and 
devotion to duty in command of a company, especially during difficult withdrawals, when his 
coolness and courage were pre-eminent. At one critical moment he hastily reorganised and 
established a defensive flank, which gave time for a new position to be taken up in rear. 

ELLEN, Lieut. Walter ... ... ... ... ... 8/Royal Sussex 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

ELLIOTT, Lieut. Alfred Ernest Thomas ... ... ... lo/London (i/Artists) 

MOEUVRES, 27th September, 1918. By conspicuous gallantry and determination he 
led his company to their objective, when he pushed forward and allowed companies in rear to 
consolidate, By his determination and fine example he held a most important point during a 
very critical period in the fight in spite of fierce opposition, and later rendered invaluable 
assistance to troops on his flanks by giving them information and enabling them to continue 
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ELLIOTT, 2/Lt. Arthur Godfrey ... ... . .... ... Grenadier Guards 

BOURSIES, 3rd September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry during an attack. Having 
obtained his objective with his company, he at once pushed forward patrols to the next tactical 
feature, thereby enabling the advance of the battalion to be expedited. Later, during 
consolidation of a position, he displayed the greatest coolness and devotion to duty under 
heavy gas shelling, and, though gassed himself, remained at duty until three out of his four 
platoons had established themselves. 

ELLIOTT, Lieut. Ernest Edward ... ... ... 9/Royal West Surrey 

HAMEL, 26th to 28th March, 1918. During three days' operations, he carried out a 
valuable reconnaissance under direct machine-gun fire. Though twice wounded he refused to 
withdraw, but remained with his men and continued to render valuable service until the 
battalion was relieved. His coolness under fire was a splendid example to his men. 

ELLIS, 2/Lt. Joe ... ... ... ... ... ... i3/East Yorks 

Near ALEXANUROVO, 8/9 June, 1919. For marked gallantry and devotion to duty. 
Although the Russian flanking party had withdrawn, he attempted to rush a hostile post with 
eight men. On i5th June, with a patrol of 12 other ranks, he kept up a running fight for three 
hours with an enemy patrol about 100 strong. A splendid leader, who can always get the best 
out of his men. 

ELLIS, 2/Lt. Reginald Donald ... ... ... ... Durham L.I. 

Awarded 4th June, 1917. 

ELLIS, Lieut. Robert ... ... ... ... ... ... R.A.M.C. 

Awarded 4th June, 1917. 

ELLIS, 2/Lt. Shirley Duncan ... ... ... 1 73rd Tunnelling Co., R.E. 

DOUBLE GRASSIER, i2th March, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry when rescuing, under 
very heavy shell-fire, some men who had become imprisoned ia an old mine. At the first three 
attempts to reach them he was driven back by heavy fire. 

ELTON, Capt. Herbert Sauzier ... ... ... ... ... 2/London 

In FRANCE, aist to 27th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty as 
battalion reconnaissance officer. On many occasions he was ordered to lead Tanks to their 
starting-points over very difficult ground, and always succeeded. He also displayed wonderful 
courage and initiative on the battlefield in obtaining information from neighbouring infantry 
and carrying orders to isolated Tanks. His services were invaluable throughout the 
operations. 

ELVY, Major Leslie Thomas ... ... ... ... ... i3/London 

Awarded ist January, 1919. 

EVANS, 2/Lt. Bernard Scott ... ... ... ... 4/Royal West Surrey 

FONTAINE, 23rd April, 1917. He led his platoon with great courage and coolness. By 
his splendid leading he was mainly responsible for the success of the advance, during which 
500 prisoners were taken. Though wounded in the head, he stuck to his work. 

EVANS, 2/Lt. Douglas William ... ... ... ... ... lo/London 

ST. QUENTIN, 21/22 March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When his four guns were early put out of action, he took charge of two guns of another 
section and repelled many enemy assaults and assisted the infantry to hold the line. He 
showed great coolness and skill in the use of his guns. 

EVANS, Lieut. Hugh Elwyn ... ... ... ... ... 5/Yorks 

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EVANS, 2/Lt. Thomas Evander . ... ... ... n/Royal Welch Fusiliers 

SALONIKA, 27/28 March, 1917. When in command of a patrol he encountered a much 
stronger hostile party, which attempted to ambush and surround him. He at once attacked, 
and inflicted severe loss on the enemy. He handled his patrol with great ability and coolness 
throughout, setting a very fine example of courage and resource. 

BAR TO M.C. 

MORTHO WOOD, near VILLERS OUTREAUX, 8th October, 1918. He showed great 
gallantry and devotion to duty during the attack. On reaching the enemy wire he went 
forward to try and find gaps, and though badly wounded while doing so, remained at duty 
till daylight, when he organised his platoon and continued the advance until obliged by his 
wound to go back. He set a fine example of courage and determination. 

EVANS, 2/Lt. Thomas Kelvin ... ... ... 3/Northumberland Fusiliers 

VIEUX BERQUIN, 7th August, 1918. He made a reconnaissance in advance of a patrol 
which was held up by machine-gun fire from two points. By working close up he was able to 
locate the exact position of these guns. He further located two machine-gun posts further 
behind, from which our men were being sniped, and again two more posts from which a 
machine gun was captured. He was out for nearly four hours, most of the time behind the 
enemy's posts. He displayed conspicuous gallantry and skill. 

EWEN, 2/Lt. Henry Spencer ... ... ... ... ... 23/London 

W. of GRAINCOURT, 8th December, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. He organised and supervised the construction of a communication trench under heavy 
shell fire. Though he was twice badly shaken by bursting shells, he showed great courage 
and disregard of danger, and encouraged his men, when casualties were caused among them, 
by his splendid example. 

FAGAN, 2/Lt. Herbert Archer ... ... ... ... ... 5/Yorks 

W. of WANCOURT, 23rd April, 1917. He took a party and, working down a trench, 
cleared the enemy machine guns which were holding up the attack. The same night, under 
heavy barrage, he went dc*vn to headquarters and reported on the situation. 

BAR TO M.C. 

Near FONTAINE-LES-CROISILLES, 26th June, 1917. When in command of supports he 
crawled 300 yards on two occasions across the open at great personal risk to gain touch with 
the attacking company, which was completely isolated. He brought back information of the 
greatest value to battalion headquarters by this energetic and gallant action. 

FAIRBAIRN, Capt. George Henry ... ... ... ... g/Rifle Brigade 

FLAVY-LE-MARTEL, 23rd March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When his commanding officer had become a casualty he took charge of the battalion, and 
proved hinjself a capable leader under the most trying circumstances. He held on to positions 
to the last moment, retiring last himself and rallying the remains of his battalion. 

FAIRBAIRN, 2/Lt. William Frank ... ... ... ... 5/York & Lancaster 

Near PASSCHENDAELE, gth October, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty when in command of his company, after all the other officers had been killed or wounded. 
He made a defensive flank to join up with troops on our left, and showed great powers of 
command under trying circumstances. 

FAIRBAIRNS, Lieut. Reginald Holland ... ... ... R.A.S.C. (M.G.C.) 

GUEUDECOURT, 25th September, 1916. Although wounded he led the first wave of the 
attack with great courage and determination. Later, when again wounded, he tried to 
continue, but his wounds prevented him. 

FAIRTLOUGH, Capt. Gerard Howard ... ... ... ... R.E. 

DEMUIN, 3oth March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. During 
recent operations, when the enemy pressed back the troops on the right, he collected a party 
of runners, orderlies and stragglers under heavy machine-gun fire and checked the enemy 
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FALK, Capt. Cecil Joseph ... ... ... ... ... ... 3/Wilts 

E. of NOYELLES, 4th November, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and initiative during 
an attack. The officers commanding the two leading companies early became casualties, 
and the companies became somewhat disorganised. He immediately moved forward his 
support company, reorganised the line, and reached and consolidated the final objective, 
commanding all three companies until relieved by the arrival of the C.O. He has done 
consistent good work. 

FARRIMOND, 2/Lt. William ... ... ... ... ... is/Royal Warwick 

W. of MERVILLE, 19/20 July, 1918. He brilliantly executed a raid on the enemy's 
trenches, his party killing every one of the enemy they met, and he himself accounting for 
some. He showed great determination and skill, and his daring inspired his party with the 
utmost confidence. 

FEARN, Capt. Cecil Augustus ... ... ... ... 4/K.O.Y.L.I. 

Near AVESNES-LE-SEC, i3th October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. He displayed the greatest courage in consolidating, under heavy fire, a position just 
gained, and, when one of his posts was attacked and casualties occurred, he collected men 
from a neighbouring post, and re-established the position. His cheerful courage and energy 
inspired all ranks with confidence. 

FERGUSON, 2/Lt. David Gordon ... ... ... ... ... i /East Kent 

Awarded ist January, 1916. 

FERGUSON, 2/Lt. James Scott ... ... ... 5/Seaforth Highlanders 

Near LE HAMEL, loth April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during 
a hostile attack, when, in spite of their flank being exposed, his company maintained the 
position. Again, when he was the only officer left in the company, he managed to protect the 
left flank of the battalion when the troops on the left had retired, and so saved a critical 
situation. 

FIGG, Capt. Sydney Vavasseur ... ... ... ... i/Royal Warwick 

Awarded 3rd June, 1918. 

FISHER, 2/Lt. Henry Cecil ... ... ... ... i6/Middlesex 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

FISHER, 2/Lt. William Eric ... ... ... ... ... R.A.S.C. 

Awarded ist January, 1917. 

FLEMING, 2/Lt. Herbert Sidney ... ... ... 5/Northumbei land Fusiliers 

Near LAVENTIE, 1918. This officer, who was commanding a platoon, had orders to 
advance. An hour after receiving the orders he led his platoon forward, and, although he 
had never seen the country before him during daylight, kept direction accurately, quickly 
taking each objective as he came to it. Although met by hostile machine-gun fire, he pushed 
on through two hostile strong points, capturing a machine gun and the gunners, and 
establishing himself well in advance of his final objective. By his coolness under fire not 
only did he set a good example to his platoon but inflicted many losses on the enemy, whom 
he encountered in greatly superior numbers. 

FLINT, Capt. Hugh ... ... ... ... i/Hampshire 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

FOORD, 2/Lt. Basil Arthur ... ... ... ... ... -j/ London 

Near ARRAS, 28/29 May, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty while in 
charge of the right attacking platoon in a raid on the hostile lines. He displayed a fine 
fighting spirit and powers of leadership, personally accounting for many of the enemy. 
When the time for withdrawal came, he remained behind to assure himself that all his 
casualties were brought back, assisting to carry some of them himself. He was the only 
surviving officer, and his gallant behaviour throughout was a fine example to all ranks. 



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FORBES, Lieut. George Freeman Murray ... ... ... ... i/Gloucester 

N. of GRICOURT, agth September, 1918, when a frontal attack was held up, this officer 
on his own initiative worked round on a flank and entered the enemy's trenches. By this 
action he was enabled to organise a bombing attack party which worked up to the trench 
and took the enemy by surprise and caused him to retire. This enabled the frontal attack 
to gain their objective. He showed the greatest gallantry, initiative and resourcefulness. 

FOULKES, 2/Lt. Edward ... ... ... South Lancashire 

PLOEGSTEERT, nth April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during 
an enemy attack. This officer displayed exceptional coolness and good leadership under 
very difficult circumstances. He rallied and reorganised men with marked success, and 
when compelled to withdraw did so by successive rushes, under covering fire, checking the 
enemy advances. 

FRANKLIN, Lieut. Leslie ... ... ... ... ... 9/ Yorkshire L.I. 

PROSPECT HILL, near LE CATELET, 3rd October, 1918. For gallantry and ability in 
commanding his company during the attack. His skill and initiative were most marked. 
Again, on the night 7/8 October, when his company took part in the attack on VILLERS FERME, 
near VILLERS OUTREAUX, he displayed the same gallantry and coolness and captured his 
objective under very heavy rifle and machine-gun fire. 

FRASER, 2/Lt. Alan Gumming ... ... ... ... ... 7/London 

MALARD WOOD, 8th August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and good leadership. 
When the advance on his flank was held up by heavy machine-gun fire he worked his Lewis 
gun forward with great courage and disregard of danger, and silenced the machine guns. 
Our advance was then pushed on. Throughout the operations his fine example inspired 
confidence in all ranks. 

FRASER, 2/Lt. Alexander ... ... ... ... ... 6/Royal Highlanders 

LONGAVESNES, 2ist to Both March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. As battalion signalling officer he kept up communications under most difficult circum- 
stances. When practically all the officers had become casualties he organised the men of all 
units around him and by his coolness and good leadership covered the withdrawal of other 
troops. By his cheerfulness and utmost disregard of danger he set a magnificent example. 

FRIEND, 2/Lt. Charles Percy ... ... ... ... ... 3/Wilts 

Near MORCHIES, 22/23 March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
As company commander he kept his men under a fine state of control in the face of great 
odds. He organised his line of defence with the greatest skill, and by his fine example kept 
up the spirit of his company, which inflicted heavy casualties and held the enemy in check 
at a critical moment. 

FRIGHT, 2/Lt. Harold William ... ... ... ... 5/South Lancashire 

Near TOURNAI, 8th November, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in 
action. He led his platoon with great determination in the face of heavy machine-gun fire, 
in endeavouring to force a passage across the ESCAUT RIVER, and was wounded in the leg by a 
machine-gun bullet. His company, despite heavy casualties, hustled the enemy to the river 
bank, and almost prevented the last bridge being blown up. 

FRYER, 2/Lt. Thomas James Harold ... ... ... ... K.R.R.C. 

PLOEGSTEERT WOOD, 12/13 July, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry during a raid on the 
enemy's trenches. He dragged a wounded man from the enemy's wire to safety, and assisted 
others to get under cover. He crossed "No Man's Land " three times under heavy fire while 
carrying out his gallant work. 

FURZE, Capt. Gordon ... ... ... ... ... Coldstream Guards 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 



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GARB UTT, 2/Lt. John Restarick ... ... ... ... Royal West Kent 

S. of HEBUTERNE, iyth July, 1918. He led his platoon forward from the reserve 
company through heavy shell fire with great gallantry and ability, reaching the forward 
companies with ammunition and entrenching tools, immediately after the objective had been 
gained, thereby greatly assisting the consolidation. When he found that one of the forward 
companies had lost nearly all its officers, he sent his platoon back, remaining himself to assist 
in the organisation and consolidation of the position, which was successfully carried out in 
spite of heavy shell and machine-gun fire. He displayed throughout great coolness and 
complete disregard of danger. 

GARDNER, Capt. Henry ... ... ... ... ... ... R.A.. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

GARRARD, 2/Lt. Cyril Proctor ... ... ... ... ... R.E. 

LOCRE, aist August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when in 
charge of a section working on tracks immediately behind the assaulting infantry. In spite of 
heavy fire he kept in touch with the situation by constant personal reconnaissance, and thus 
enabled the work to be pushed forward rapidly with small loss. His party was instrumental 
in capturing seven prisoners. 

GASCOIGNE, Lieut. Hugh ... ... ... ... R.T.O. (i4/Worcester) 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

GAWLER, Capt. Harry Stephen ... ... ... ... p/York & Lancaster 

Awarded ist January, 1919. 

GAULDER, 2/Lt. Charles William Edward ... ... ... 5 /Yorkshire L.I. 

Near ORSINVAL, 4th November, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
when in command of Stokes mortar section. When the leading wave was held up by machine- 
gun fire, he brought up a mortar, and, despite casualties caused by the heavy fire directed on 
him, silenced the machine guns. The promptness with which he grasped the situation enabled 
the infantry to advance and gain their objective with small loss. 

GAYWOOD, 2/Lt. Frederick James ... ... ... 8/East Surrey (T.M.B.) 

S. of MIRAUMONT, i5th February, 1917. He established his two guns within 100 yards 
of the enemy and bombarded an enemy post, thereby enabling the infantry to capture 
the post. 

BAR TO M.C. 

CHERISY, 3rd May, 1917. He accompanied and supported the assaulting battalion 
with his trench mortar, knocking out two enemy machine guns and accounting for a number of 
the enemy. When retirement became necessary he rendered his gun useless and assisted in 
reorganising the infantry. 

SECOND BAR TO M.C. 

Near PRIEZ FARM, ist September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He kept his company close behind the barrage, and took the farm in the first rush, the 
garrison of about 100 retiring. By the time the enemy counter-attacked he had organised a 
strong defence, and easily beat them off. With the assistance of two other officers he 
gradually rounded up the enemy in the vicinity, and* after seven hours' fighting they 
surrendered. His initiative and leadership gained this very formidable strong point. 

GEORGE, Major Walter Hope ... ... ... ... ... i6/M.G.C. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

GIBBONS, Capt. James FitzGeorge ... ... ... ... 2/Notts & Derby 

GINCHY, i3th September, 1916. He reconnoitred the position under very heavy fire. 
Later he organised and most gallantly led his company in an attack. He was severely 
wounded. 



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GIBBS, 2/Lt. Eric Noel ... ... ..- ic/London (i /Artists) 

THILLOY, ayth August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and able leadership. After his 
company commander had become a casualty this officer took command and materially 
assisted the advance by working his men round to a flank and engaging enemy machine guns 
which were holding up the company in front. Throughout the day he set a fine example to 
those around him. 

GIBBS, Capt. Lawrence Henry ... ... ... lo/Lancashire Fusiliers 

GOUZEAUCOURT, Qth September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
This officer led his men through a heavy gas bombardment and reached the objective, driving 
the enemy out, killing two with his revolver. His company was then counterattacked from 
the flank, but the attack was repulsed, with the loss of twenty-two prisoners. He set a splendid 
example throughout the day's fighting, constantly exposing himself and encouraging his men. 

GIBBS, Capt. Thomas Raleigh ... ... ... ... 2/Highland L.I. 

N. of VERTAIN, 23rd October, 1918. For most conspicuous gallantry and initiative 
during the operations. On reaching his objective he discovered a pocket of the enemy holding 
a sunken road. He rushed forward with one N.C.O. and killed two of the enemy and 
captured thirty.' Six machine guns were found in the road, and but for his dash and courage 
a dangerous situation would have arisen. 

BAR TO M.C. 
Awarded ist January, 1919. 

GIBSON, Lieut. Archibald ... ... 2/Royal Scots Fusiliers 

LEDEGHEM, i4th October, 1918. During the advance he was conspicuous for his 
initiative and contempt of danger. His company was in support, and on seeing the front 
company held up by heavy machine-gun fire he personally reconnoitred the ground and then 
pushed a platoon round the flank which captured the position and thus allowed the flank to 
advance. After taking the final objective he went forward under machine-gun fire and 
sniping, got in touch with his flanks, and selected the best positions for his men. 

GIBSON, 2/Lt. Dudley Robert ... ... ... ... 4/Royal Berks 

FAUQUISSART, igth July, 1916. He led his platoon with great dash up to the enemy wire. 
Finding they could not get through, he patrolled till he found a gap, through which he led 
them on under heavy fire. 

GIFFORD, 2/Lt. William Douglas Gowthorp ... ... ... 4/York & Lancaster 

Near RANSART, 17/18 February, 1917. He personally conducted the raiding parties back 
to the supporting troops, and, on hearing that one group had not returned, he went back, 
found it, and let it back through the gap. He previously carried out several daring 
reconnaissances of the enemy's position. 

BAR TO M.C. 

NEUVE EGLISE, i3th April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during 
a counter-attack which repulsed the enemy from a village. He personally killed seven and 
wounded four of the enemy, and with his small party he captured four enemy machine guns 
and fifty-one prisoners. He did very fine service. 

GILCHRIST, 2/Lt. James ... ... ... ... 3/Royal Scots Fusiliers 

Near YPRES, 3ist July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. Having 
led his company to its objective, he held on throughout the day under a very heavy 
bombardment, although twice buried during the afternoon by enemy shells. He showed a 
splendid example of devotion to duty and. courage under the heaviest fire. 

GILKS, Capt. Humfrey Livingstone ... ... ... ... ... i/Artists 

Awarded ist January, 1917. 



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GILL, Lieut. Hugh Stanley ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

FONTAINE-LES-CROISILLES, 28th May, 1917. At great personal risk he extinguished a 
burning ammunition dump. His promptitude and fearlessness saved several hundred rounds 
of ammunition, and probably many lives as well. 

GII.LESPIE, Lieut. Thomas Leslie ... ... ... ... ... 4/Worcester 

E. of BAILLEUL, ist September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and good leadership. 
When his company, which had been ordered to move up and fill a gap between two corps, 
was held up by machine-gun fire, he went for%vard and by personal reconnaissance located 
enemy machine guns, and turned his Lewis guns on to them with great effect, thus clearing the 
way for his company. The success of the advance was largely due to his fine courage 
and personal example. 

GILLOTT, Lieut. Cecil ... ... ... ... i4/Durham L.I. 

Near MORCHAIN, 25th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty/ 
When defending part of a line with his platoon, although wounded early in the attack, he 
remained with his men until hit for the third time. By his fine example of coolness and 
absolute disregard for personal safety, his platoon was able to inflict heavy losses on the 
enemy, and to hold them up until they had worked round the flanks. 

GJERTSEN, Capt. Rudolf ... ... ... ... ... ... 4/Essex 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

GLOVER, 2/Lt. Montague Charles ... ... ... ... 6/ Royal Warwick 

AVE, ITALY, 4th October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and determined leadership 
in a raid. He led his platoon with courage and ability, and set a very fine example 
to those under him. 

GOACHER, Capt. Frederick ... ... ... ... i/Artists 

MOEUVRES, ayth September, 1918. He displayed most gallant leadership, capturing 
more than 200 prisoners in the Canal. He then reorganised and, pushing on, led his 
company to their objective. He inspired his men by his utter disregard of danger, and 
continued to set a splendid example until wounded a short while afterwards. 

GODDARD, 2/Lt. Wilfred John ... ... ... ... 7/Royal West Kent 

In FRANCE, 24/25 April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He led his 
company in a successful counter-attack under heavy machine gun and shell fire, kept his men 
well in hand, and maintained his position under extremely heavy fire during the next day. 

GODFREY, Capt. Ernest Gordon ... ... ... ... ... 6/London 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

GODFREY, 2/Lt. Stanley Charles ... ... ... 2/Royal Scots Fusiliers 

Gu.\ TKENCH, 3oth September, 1915. For conspicuous gallantry when the Germans 
had succeeded in entering Gun Trench and were bombing down it. It was largely owing to 
the personal bravery and initiative of 2/Lt. Godfrey that their advance was stopped. 
He organised bombers, collected bombs and attacked the enemy, gaining some ground. 
He was continuously fighting from 6.30 p.m. till 5 a.m. next day. 

GOLDIE, Capt. Bernard Charles Mary ... ... ... ... jo/London 

Near SIVRI TEPE, EGYPT, igth September, 1918, For conspicuous gallantry and dash 
during the operations. He, in conjunction with another officer, each in command of a platoon 
of the advanced guard, though taken on both flanks by machine-gun fire, pushed on, captured 
their objective and several prisoners. This manoeuvre turned Sivri Tepe, and was 
instrumental in causing the enemy to retire, thus materially assisting the advance. 



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GOLDSBURY, 2/Lt. Charles Melville ... ... ... 7/London 

Near HOLLEBEKE, 9/10 July, 1917. When in command of a raid, he was the first to 
reach the farm which was the objective, and -in spite of enemy barrage and heavy rifle fire 
dashed on ahead and bombed the place, setting it on fire and capturing 10 prisoners. He was 
severely wounded whilst returning, having remained behind in the burning building to search 
for a trench mortar. The success of the enterprise was entirely due to his splendid example 
of fearlessness and personal leading. 

GOSLETT, Capt. Raymond Gwynne ... ... ... ... R.A.S.C. 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

GOSNEY, Lieut. Harold William ... .. ... ... i3/Rifie Brigade 

Near LOUVIGNIES, 4th November, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and cool ability. 
His company commander and others being wounded, he reorganised the company, and on 
reaching the first objective he personally went along his line, adjusting liaison on both flanks. 
On reaching the final objective, and finding himself the senior officer present, he superintended 
consolidation on the battalion front. 

GOTCH, 2/Lt. Davis Ingle ... ... ... ... ... 6/Northampton 

REGINA TRENCH, 25th to agth October, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry in action. 
Although several times buried himself, he was constantly helping to dig out others, and by 
his cheerfulness and courage afforded a fine example to all ranks. 

GOULD, 2/Lt. Arthur Nutcombe ... ... ... ... i/Gloucester 

E. of POELCAPPELLE, 3ist March and ist April, 1918. He was in command of a patrol 
which was fired on by an enemy machine gun at a range of 30 yards, and three of his men 
were wounded. He succeeded in dragging two of them back with the help of the third man 
a distance of 200 yards to a point where he could return to our lines and bring back help. 
His courageous and determined action prevented the men from falling into the enemy's hands. 

GOULD, Lieut. Cyril Edward ... ... 28oth (London) Brigade, R.F.A, 

SEBOURG, 5th November, 1918. Whilst coming into action in a new position, his battery 
came under heavy fire, which caused a block in the traffic and the ditching of one of the guns. 
He displayed great presence of mind and coolness, quickly found another route of advance, 
and eventually got the battery forward into action. He thereby enabled not only his battery 
but many others in the rear to get forward and into action. 

GRAHAM, Lieut. Keith ... ... ... ... ... i5/Hampshire 

MENIN, 2nd October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. Although 
nearly surrounded by enemy machine guns he held his position and succeeded in capturing 
a strong concrete dug-out in a farm. He showed coolness and resource in the face of 
determined resistance. 

GRAHAM, 2/Lt. Thomas Eric ... ... ... ... 2/Scottish Rifles 

Near FRELINGHEM, ist October, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When sent out on a patrol with three men to examine a river, he found a footbridge, crossed it, 
and made a thorough reconnaissance. On returning, the enemy made an unsuccessful 
attempt to cut him off, and he withdrew his patrol under fire without a casualty. On the 
following night when on patrol he was instrumental in the discovery of a second footbridge, 
and owing to his good leadership his patrol gained most valuable information. On both 
occasions he showed great determination and sound judgment. 

GRAY, Capt. Harold Vernon ... ... ... ... 6/Gloucester 

HOLNON WOOD, 22nd March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
The enemy were believed to have penetrated into a position held by an advanced right 
company, and he was sent to report on the situation. He displayed great courage and 
resource both in going and returning under heavy shell fire, organised the position, and 
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GRAY, z/Lt. Harry Albert ... .. ... ... Royal West Kent 

N. of YPRES-MENIN ROAD, 3rd October, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion 
to duty in maintaining direction as leader of an assaulting wave. When his company 
commander became a casualty he reorganised the company, which had lost over 60 per cent., 
and beat off several minor attacks. He remained with his men in a shallow trench when 
they were being heavily shelled, when he might have gone to his headquarters. The good 
work done by the company was mainly due to his splendid example. 

GRAY, Lieut. James ... ... ... ... ... 5/Royal West Surrey 

Near GRAND ROZOY, agth July, 1918. He repeatedly distinguished himself in action, 
especially when he led his company, with a total disregard for personal safety, under intense 
and accurate machine-gun fire. He inspired his men with great confidence, and successfully 
dealt with some difficult situations. 

GRAY, Lieut. Samuel Alexander ... ... ... ... ... 23/London 

HAPPY VALLEY, 22nd August, 1918. He carried out several important reconnaissances 
under heavy fire, bringing back information of essential value on each occasion. Later, when 
the enemy attacked with some success, he fought a determined rearguard action, holding 
successive positions to the last moment. Throughout the operations his gallantry and 
devotion to duty were conspicuous examples to his men. 

GKKEN, a/Lt. Arthur ... ... ... ... ... ... 3/D.C.L.I. 

Near MERVILLE, i2th April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He acted as adjutant until he was wounded, and rendered the utmost assistance in re-forming 
and reorgansing a defensive line at a time when great pressure was being brought against 
the battalion and the position was obscure. His personal example under trying conditions 
and heavy fire at close range was altogether admirable. 

GRKEN, Lieut George Richard ... ... ... ... Grenadier Guards 

Awarded 3rd June, igi8/ 

G K KEN, Capt. William Charles ... ... ... ... i /South Stafford 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

BAR TO M.C. 

Near Bois DE LUXEMBOURG, 27/28 May, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty during an enemy attack. When the enemy had broken through on his left and his company 
had suffered severe losses, he rallied the remainder of his men and held on for a considerable 
time. Having lost touch with troops on his right, he withdrew to a trench in rear and again 
maintained touch with them. His numbers being greatly depleted, he attached himself to 
the troops on the right until wounded the following day. 

GREENWOOD, Lieut. James Hurst ... ... ... ... u /Royal West Kent 

YPRES-COMINES CANAL, i^th June, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. Although wounded in the jaw, he continued to lead his company with great dash 
and fearlessness, rushing and capturing a machine gun which was holding up his advance. 
This was the second occasion on which he had captured an enemy machine gun. 

GRIERSON, Lieut. Kenneth Mclvor ... ... ... 22/Manchester 

Awarded 3rd June, 1918. 

GRICE, 2/Lt. William Stanley ... ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

- Awarded ist January, 1918. 

GRIFFIN, Capt. Arthur Ethelbert ... ... ... ... ... R.E. 

Awarded ist January, 1919. 

GRIFFITH-JONES, Lieut. William Lionel Phillips ... ... 3/Durham L.I. 

POTYZE, 14/15 March, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry. He took part in a raid on the 
enemy's trenches, and was the first man to enter them. He shot the sentry and set a fine 
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GRIFFITHS, 2/Lt. William Henry ... ... ... ... i6/ Royal Warwick 

ACHIET-LE-GRAND, 2ist to 23rd August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and good 
leadership. He led his platoon in an attack with great skill to the final objective in spite of 
heavy machine-gun fire. When the flanks were exposed and a withdrawal became necessary, 
he maintained his position for two hours over a thousand yards in advance of the ne%v line 
covering the withdrawal, and then brought back his men in perfect order. In a later attack 
he captured all his objectives and took command of a large number of troops who had lost 
their leaders. The success achieved was largely due to his courage and coolness. 

GUTTRIDGE, 2/Lt. John Frederick ... ... ... ... ... 9/Yorks 

Awarded ist January, 1919. 

HACK, z/Lt. Walter Pank ... ... ... ... ... lo/Lincoln 

Near POELCAPPELLE, 22nd to 24th October, 1917. Seeing two of the enemy about 200 
yards from our trenches trying to get away he covered them with a Lewis gun and went out 
himself and brought both back prisoners. 

HADRILL, 2/Lt. Cedric Ivor ... ... ... ... ic/East Yorks 

FORET DE NIEPPE, 28th June, 1918. Soon after the commencement of an important 
attack this officer went well forward and established a signal station, from which he kept up 
communication between battalion headquarters and the companies, notwithstanding the 
heavy enemy shell fire, which constantly broke the wires. His personal courage and coolness 
under trying circumstances were a fine example to his men, and he sent back valuable 
information from his position in the front line. 

HALL, Capt. Alner Wilson ... ... ... ... ... i/Artists 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

HALL, 2/Lt. Lionel Everard ... ... ... ... i/K.R.R.C 

Near VERMELLES, 28th September, 1915. For conspicuous gallantry at the quarries. 
He led his bombers and threw bombs himself against the Germans for nearly three hours 
until completely exhausted. By his courage and example he eventually worked his way up 
the trench and cleared it of the enemy. 

HALLIDAY, 2/Lt. Clarence Peter ... ... ... ... 2/Yorkshire L.I. 

FAYET, i4th April, 1917. He led his platoon with great skill in the face of heavy fire, 
and placed his machine guns to such advantage that he was able to materially check the 
enemy counter-attack, thereby rendering valuable assistance at a critical period. 

HALLIDAY, Lieut. Howard Edwin ... ... ... ... ... -j/ Worcester 

ASIAGO PLATEAU, ITALY, 10/11 October, 1918. For conspicuous courage and determination 
during a night raid on enemy trenches at SEC. In spite of the darkness and a heavy enemy 
barrage, he led his men straight to the final objective, where he engaged the enemy with great 
gallantry. An enemy machine gun opened fire on his party at close range ; he at once, with 
only a few men, rushed the gun, putting the team out of action, and brought the gun back 
to his lines. 

HALLOWES, 2/Lt. Rupert Price ... ... ... ... 4/Middlesex 

HOOGE, igth July, 1915. For conspicuous gallantry on the night of igth July, when 
owing to shortage of bombs the enemy was advancing down the communication trench. He 
got out of his trench, exposing himself fearlessly, and fired at the enemy in the open, hitting 
several. He also assisted in making a block, dug out a communication trench under heavy 
shell fire, and rebuilt a parapet that had been blown in. Throughout the night he assisted 
in keeping touch and supplying bombs. 

HAMILTON, Capt. Herbert James ... ... ... ,.. i/D.C.L.I. (R.A.F.) 

Over COMINES, i2th October, 1917, to 26th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and 
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engaging enemy aircraft at close range, and has succeeded in destroying a considerable 
number. He also attacked with machine-gun fire, and from low altitudes, enemy formations 
on the ground, and dropped bombs on points of importance behind the hostile lines. He 
has invariably shown great determination and a fine offensive spirit. 

HANCOCK, Capt. Ernest ... ... ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

BEUVRY, i8th April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. The section 
in which this officer was in command was being heavily shelled, during the course of which 
a 15-in. shell destroyed the drainage system in the vicinity and flooded one gun position, 
while in the other the gun platform was smashed by a shell. He managed to get them bcth 
into action again and kept them firing. He was several times knocked over by shell explosions. 

HARDING, a/Lt. Geoffrey Philip ... ... ... ... 6/Northampton 

CHERISY, 3rd May, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty, in outflanking 
and bombing an enemy machine gun, putting it out of action. His courage and determination 
were a splendid example to his men. 

HARDMAN, 2/Lt. William Frederick Kerr ... ... ... ... R.E. 

MESSINES, yth June, 1917. He showed complete disregard of danger in assisting to 
search deep dug-outs and cellars of a village for traps and mine charges. His coolness under 
constant heavy shell fire kept up the spirits of his men and set a fine example of courage. He 
extricated two men who had been buried by a shell although exposed to fire himself. His 
work was most efficient. 

HARPER, Lieut. Edward Russell ... ... ... ... ... R.A.S.C. 

GIBERCOURT, aist March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
brought up the battery transport and got away two guns under intense machine-gun fire, 
afterwards returning with a corporal, started up and got safely away with the two remaining 
F.W.D.'s in spite of machine-gun fire which riddled the lorries. 

HARRISON, Capt. Frank ... ... ... ... g/Royal Munster Fusiliers 

Awarded 3rd June, 1917. 

HARRISON, 2/Lt. John George ... ... ... ... 3/Lincoln 

N. of POELCAPPELLE, 4th October, 1917. He took command of his company in an attack 
when he was the only officer left. He reorganised his men, sited his posts with great judg- 
ment, and sent in a very clear and useful report on the situation. He was largely responsible 
for repulsing an enemy counter-attack. He showed great courage and initiative, and his 
contempt of danger had a great effect on his men. 

HARRISON, 2/Lt. Edward Harrison ... ... ... ... R.E. 

E. of NIEUPORT, ioth July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when 
in charge of the maintenance of canal bridges. By his untiring energy and disregard of 
personal safety he succeeded in repairing these bridges, although they were frequently cut by 
hostile fire, thereby maintaining communication under very trying and critical conditions. 

HART, 2/Lt. Joseph Aubrey .. ... ... ... 2/East Surrey 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

HARVEY, Capt. Albert, D.S.O. ... ... ... ... 6/Liverpool 

DON, 15/16 October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry on the night of 15/16 October, 
when in face of considerable difficulties and hostile fire, he got his company over the HAUTE 
DEULE CANAL. For this purpose he made a rough raft himself, was the first man across, 
and established a bridgehead at this point, thus enabling the brigade to cross and clear the 
enemy out of DON, a strong position. Throughout the advance, he commanded his company 
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HARVEY, 2/Lt. Eric Howard ... 5/Gloucester 

N. of Ovii-LERS, 27th August, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry during operations. 
After a senior officer had been wounded he led a bombing attack against a trench held by 40 
of the enemy. He drove them out and consolidated the captured trench. 

BAR TO M.C. 

DOULIEU, 12th September, 1918. He led his company with gallantry and ability in an 
attack, and drove the enemy, with many casualties, from the position where he was holding up 
our advance. At one time his men were practically surrounded and under heavy fire, through 
which he rushed without hesitation to warn an advancing battalion of the position of his 
company. He averted what might have been a most unfortunate accident by his promptitude 
and disregard of danger. 

HASSLACHER, 2/Lt. Alfred John Emil ... ... 7 /London (16910 T.M.B.) 

Near CROISILLES, ayth August, 1918. He brought his section of mortars into action 
behind the first wave of infantry, and successfully engaged several machine guns of the 
enemy which were causing casualties. He was severely wounded, but continued to direct 
and control his teams until all the ammunition had been expended. His courage and 
endurance were a splendid example to his men. 

HAWKSWORTH, 2/Lt. Henry Charles Harold ... ... ... lo/Essex 

YPRES, 3ist July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When the 
two assaulting battalions of an attack were short of ammunition and it was of the utmost 
importance that a fresh supply should reach them as soon as possible, he led an ammunition 
party forward about two-and-a-half miles over the most difficult country, exposed the whole 
time to the heaviest shell fire and without a guide. One third of his party were knocked out, 
but he safely delivered the ammunition, and hearing on his return journey that a hostile 
counter-attack was probable, he turned his party about and again reported to the battalion 
headquarters in case his aid should be required. His determination and devotion to duty 
set a splendid example to his party. 

HAYNES, Lieut. Charles Graham ... ... ... ... ... 4/K.R.R.C. 

SCHWABEN REDOUBT, 2ist October, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry in action. He led 
bombing attacks with great courage and determination, and finally, after bombing for one and 
a half hours, was able to capture two officers and fifty men. 

BAR TO M.C. 

S.E. of YPRES, aoth September, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He successfully led attacks on three strong points, and, later, aided by one man, he captured 
a dug-out and took two officers and four other ranks prisoners. 

HEDGES, Lieut. Norman Hammett ... ... ... ... 5/York & Lancaster 

GOMMECOURT, 27th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty while 
commanding a company. He repulsed a severe enemy counter-attack. Next day, under 
heavy machine-gun fire, he captured his objective, and though wounded maintained his 
position for four days. He set a fine example of courage and leadership. 

HEMPHILL, Capt. Howard Hislop ... ... ... ... ... 2/Leicester 

YPRES, ist October, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He led his 
company with great coolness through an intense barrage to counter-attack the enemy ; he 
reorganised after heavy losses, and held on to a portion of the front line for thirty-six hours. 

HENDERSON, Capt. Ernest James ... ... ... ... 2/East Lancashire 

E. of YPRES, 3ist July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in leading 
his company throughout important operations under most difficult circumstances:. Although 
exposed to heavy hostile fire on the right flank, he successfully consolidated his objective, and 
by this means ensured the safety of the right flank of his division. Later in the day, he 
successfully repelled two counter-attacks, setting a personal example throughout that greatly 
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HLXDERSON, Capt. Kenneth Robert ... ... ... 2(6) Yorkshire 

ARCHANGEL. He has carried out the duties of company commander and adjutant of 
mixed force at BOLSHE-OZERKI, and has worked in a very efficient way. He has had 
continuous service on this front since November, 1918, and in the four engagements which 
his company has taken part he has proved to be a fearless and good leader of men. 

HKXEY, 2/Lt. John Henry Waldo ... ... ... ... i/Coldstream Guards 

Near VILLERS POL, 4th November, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. He took charge of two sections at the commencement of the attack and cleared 
the whole right flank of some half dozen machine guns which were enfilading it. He killed 
several himself, and with his handful of men collected over a hundred prisoners. After 
the attack he and a few others beat off a counter-attack on the right flank. 

HEWITT, a/Lt. Arthur Edgar ... ... ... ... 22/London (T.M.B.) 

YPRES, loth June, 1917. On several occasions he has rendered most invaluable assistance 
to the attacking infantry, personally reconnoitring forward positions and establishing his 
guns where they could co-operate with the greatest effect. His pluck and energy under fire 
have always been most marked. 

Hi BBARD, 2/Lt. Hamilton Edgar, D.C.M, ... ... ... 9/London (i/Artists) 

RUMILLY, 8th October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and initiative. During the 
advance he came suddenly on a strong point in which were eight enemy machine guns. By 
prompt action and fearless leadership he rushed the post, overcoming the garrison and taking 
the crews prisoners. 

Hi BBERT, Capt. John Geoffrey ... ... ... ... ... A.O.D. 

Awarded ist January, 1917. 

HICKSON, Capt. Reginald Davies ... ... ... ... ... 9/Essex 

ARRAS, 23rd Mirch, 1917. With great coolness and a total disregard for danger he went 
forward under very heavy fire, and personally superintended the withdrawal of his advanced 
parties at a most critical time. 

HIDE, Lieut. James Burchell ... ... ... 305th Siege Battery, R.G.A. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

HIGGINSON, Capt. John Victor ... ... ... 2/Royal Welch Fusiliers 

GIVENCHY, 5/6 July, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry during a raid. Owing to his 
brilliant organisation and fine leading of his company the raid was a complete success. 

HIGLETT, Lieut. George Willibert ... ... Bucks Bn./Oxford & Bucks L.I. 

ASIAGO PLATKAD, i6th June, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
while commanding a company in the second line during an enemy attack. Throughout the 
fighting he maintained excellent liaison with the forward battalion, sending back valuable 
information. When the front line was broken he held up the enemy with Lewis gun fire, 
and by constant patrolling kept touch with the division on his right, closing up a very wide 
gap in the second line. He showed great fearlessness, and by reinforcing his threatened flank 
undoubtedly prevented the enemy's further advance. 

HILL, 2/Lt. Arthur Dudley ... ... ... ... i/Middlesex 

Awarded ist January, 1916. 

HILL, 2/Lt. Charles Vincent ... ... ... Oxford & Bucks L.I. 

Near ST. JULIEN, 22nd August, 1917. He led his platoon with the utmost gallantry on a 
concrete machine-gun emplacement, which he captured, killing three of the enemy. Being 
wounded, he directed the fire of his platoon from the top of the gun emplacement on to 
another enemy machine gun, which he captured. His cheerfulness and courage under heavy 
fire had a splendid effect on his men. 



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HILL, 2/Lt. Joseph Shirley ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

Near MONCHY-LE-PREUX, zyth June, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty under very heavy shell fire. A shell burst at the mouth of his telephone pit, killing a 
major and wounding him and another officer. He extricated himself, and although wounded 
in five places, succeeded in digging the officer out. He then carried him on a stretcher, with 
the aid of a bombardier, to the dressing station, through a very heavily shelled area, before 
having his own wounds dressed. 

HILLYER, Lieut. William Harold ... 3rd London Field Coy. (17151 Mining Coy.) R.E. 

HILL 60, near YPRES, between and and i yth April, 1915. In mining operations the task 
of completing and charging one of our mines was one of great difficulty and strain. Lieut. 
Hillyer worked and watched long hours at the end of a gallery i65ft. long and 3ft. by aft. 3in. 
in size, knowing that the enemy was counter-mining close by. His pluck and endurance 
were remarkable and resulted in the successful explosion of the mine and consequent capture 
of the hill. 

HINDMARSH, 2/Lt. Clifford ... ... ... 7/Loyal North Lancashire 

S.W. of BERMERAIN, 23rd October, 1918. He led forward his platoon with the greatest 
gallantry. He attacked in turn a succession of hostile machine-gun nests, and by his initiative, 
coolness and determination succeeded in establishing the left front of the battalion on its 
final objective and taking some fifty prisoners, including two officers. 

HINGLEY, Capt. Alfred Norman ... ... ... ... ^/Middlesex 

CARENCY SECTOR, ist to nth April, 1917. For over 10 days this officer showed most 
conspicuous bravery and was a splendid example to all, carrying out his duties under very- 
heavy bombardment. Though wounded he carried on until his battalion was relieved five 
days later. 

HOAL, 2/Lt. Edward Garner ... ... ... ... 8/ Manchester 

ABRAHAM HEIGHTS, 6th to nth October, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion 
to duty when in command of his company after the company commander had been wounded. 
He acted as guide to another company which had to take up a new position under heavy shell 
fire. 

HOBBS, Capt. Wilfred ... ... ... ... ... 2/Bedford 

Awarded 3rd June, 1918. 

HOBSON, Lieut. Robert Carl ... ... ^/Northumberland Fusiliers 

WYTSCHAETE, i6th April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
Throughout a week's fighting this officer's energy and enthusiasm remained undiminished. 
At the end of that period, when acting as liaison officer, he voluntarily remained in the forward 
area until late in the evening, keeping brigade headquarters fully supplied with first-hand 
information. 

BAR TO M.C. 
Awarded 3rd June, 1918. 

HOCKEY, 2/Lt. Alfred Lennon ... ... ... ... si/London 

JERUSALEM, gth December, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. On 
a heavy enfilade fire being opened from a house on the flank, he, with great dash and 
initiative, attacked and drove out a much superior force of the enemy, and held the position 
under a heavy cross fire from machine guns, displaying the most courageous determination and 
energy. 

HODGKINS, 2/Lt. Albert Edward ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A 

Near WESTHOEK, loth August, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
when Forward Observing Officer. He remained with the most advanced infantry practically 
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under heavy fire, and got most valuable information through of impending counter-attacks. 
The night before he had succeeded, under great difficulties, in establishing visual communi- 
cation by lamp from battalion to group headquarters. His courage and ability were most 
marked. 

HoGARTH-SwANN, 2/Lt. Arthur Lionel ... ... ... ... 7/Norfolk 

E. of GONNELIEU, aoth November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
in an attack. When his company commander was killed early in the advance he took 
command, and, though wounded, led the company to the capture of the objective. He 
showed courage and leadership of a high order. 

HOLDAWAY, Lieut. Neville Aldridge ... ... ... ... 8/Manchester 

ABLAINZEVILLE, ayth March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When this officer observed that the officer in charge of an important advanced post had 
become a casualty, he immediately went up through a heavy barrage and took command. 
He organised and controlled the fire of the garrison with such effect that the enemy began to 
waver, so he promptly advanced, inflicting severe casualties; but, finding them too numerous, 
he withdrew, after ascertaining their dispositions. His courage and coolness throughout the 
whole operations were very marked. 

HOLDSWORTH, 2/Lt. Harry ... ... ... ... 4/East Lancashire 

Near BRIASTRE, 19/20 October, 1918. He led his platoon on the night with great gallantry 
in face of heavy fire against a strong enemy position. On the final objective he located an 
enemy machine-gun post on the front of the battalion that was enfilading our line. He led a 
party of six men against the post, and by his determined assault captured one officer and four 
other ranks of the enemy, together with three machine guns. He did fine work. 

HOLGATE, 2/Lt. Leonard George ... ... ... ... io/ Lancashire Fusiliers 

MARTINPUICH, asth August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry during an attack. He 
led his platoon with the greatest determination, and drove the enemy back, and it was due 
to his courage and leadership that the objective was gained. He was seriously wounded, 
but refused to be moved to the rear until three more seriously wounded men were first taken 
to the aid post. 

HOLLAND, 2/Lt. Arthur Leslie ... ... ... ... ... i/Artists 

S. of MARCOING, 30/31 December, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He took command of a company when his company commander became a casualty and 
snccessfully led it to a new position which he consolidated. He brought in several wounded 
men from the front of the lines under heavy fire, and set a splendid example of coolness and 
courage to his men. 

HOPLEY, Lieut. William Arnold ... ... ... ... 3/Royal Warwick 

MESSIXES, loth to igth April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
During ten days' operations, when in command of two light trench mortars, he was frequently 
under the heaviest fire of all descriptions. On all occasions he set a fine example of courage 
and devotion to duty to his men, and his dispositions were marked by skill and ability. On 
one occasion, when both his mortars were buried and his detachment had been reduced to 
a quarter of their effective strength, he nevertheless managed to bring the mortars into action 
again and inflicted severe casualties on the enemy. 

HOPWOOD, 2/Lt. John ... ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

KEMMEL, 2Oth July, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry. When his battery was heavily 
bombarded and a direct hit ignited an ammunition store, he at once went in and got the tire 
under at great personal risk before anyone else arrived on the scene. Some of the ammunition 
exploded, and the position was being shelled while he was working. 

HORLEY, Lieut. Cyril Rupert ... ... ... 2/Oxford & Bucks L.I. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 



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HORN E, Capt. Owen Walters ... ... ... ... ... 2/Essex 

FAMPOUX, 3th April, 1917 When commanding the right company it was largely due to 
his leading that direction was kept over a three mile advance. When held up at the fourth 
objective by uncut wire he went to the front and personally supervised the cutting in front of 
a strongly held trench. 

HORSLEY, Capt. Oswald ... ... ... 2/Gordon Highlanders (R.F.C.) 

ANGLE WOOD, i8th August, 1916. He led the first line of the advance, capturing and 
consolidating his objective. Though wounded and put into a shell-hole he continued to direct 
operations and refused to be moved back till the position was safe. 

BAR TO M.C. 

In FRANCE, March, 1918. He has brought down completely out of control three hostile 
machines, and of two others which he engaged one he fought to within a distance of 2ooft. 
from the ground, forcing it to land, the second spinning down to the ground out of control, he 
being unable to observe it crash owing to the presence of other hostile machines. He has carried 
out accurate and valuable reconnaissances, and has set a magnificent example of determined 
gallantry and skill whilst leading low-flying and bombing patrols. _ 

HOSKING, 2/Lt. James Cecil ... ... ... ... lo/D. C.L.I. 

MO^UVRES, 3Oth November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when 
employed in carrying ammunition to the front line. During three days' operations he went 
backwards and forwards, without rest, through heavy barrages, and enabled the line to be 
maintained. He assisted on one occasion in repelling an enemy attack, and set a splendid 
example of energy and resource to his men under difficult conditions. 

HOWARD, Major Hugh Lloyd ... ... ... 3rd Corps Signal Coy., R.E. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1917. 

HOWCROFT, 2/Lt. Stewart Martin ... ... ... r/Royal West Surrey 

Near VELDHUEK, 25th September, 1917. When the company commanders of two 
companies who had made a counter-attack were wounded, he took command, and showed 
great ability and coolness in controlling the situation for two days under continuous fire. 

HOWE, 2/Lt. Vernon Arthur ... ... ... ... ... 3/Norfolk 

S.E. of FORET DE NIEPPE, lo/n May, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty when in command of a platoon carrying out a raid on an enemy post. He bombed an 
enemy trench, sent a Lewis gun round to enfilade it, and then, seeing that it was being 
successfully dealt with, he pushed on with only two men, and searched the houses which 
were his firial objective. 

HUDSON, 2/Lt. Edward Palmer ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

BAILLEUL, 28th March, 1918. When the battery was heavily shelled in a forward 
position he set a splendid example of coolness and courage to his men. Later in the day, he 
took command of the battery in a most difficult situation and conducted a withdrawal under 
heavy fire. It was largely owing to his determined efforts that the operation was successfully 
carried out. 

HUGHESDON, Capt. Reginald Howard ... ... ... ... i/D.C.L.T. 

E. of YPRES, 4th October, 1917. Though wounded early in the assault he continued to 
lead his men until the objective was gained. 

HUGHES, Capt. Hugh Llewellyn Glyn, >.S. O. ... ... ... R.A.M.C. 

Near FREMICOURT, 2ist to 23rd March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion 
to duty. He worked day and night in the open, in spite of the heaviest shell and machine-gun 
fire, tending the wounded and helping them back to safety, with a spirit of cheerfulness and 
self-sacrifice rarely seen. After being wounded he still continued to perform his duties, until 
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HUXT, Capt. Archibald Henry ... ... ... ... ... 2o/London 

N.E. of SOLESMES, aoth October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry in the operation. 
Though his right flank was exposed, he led his company on to its objective through a heavy 
enemy barrage and captured a field gun. He then consolidated the position gained and held 
on to it for three days under trying conditions. 

HURNDALL, Lieut. Charles Frederic ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1918. 

HYAMS, 2/Lt, Henry David ... ... ... ... .. 23/London 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

I MR IE, 2/Lt. David Patrick Cuthbert ... ... ... ... i/London 

WARNETON, gth April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He was 
in charge of a platoon occupying a strong point, and after both flanks had been forced back he 
held on and inflicted very heavy casualties on the enemy at close range, thus delaying the 
enemy's advance and allowing the troops, which had withdrawn, to take up a new position. 
His tireless energy and cheerfulness deserve the highest praise. 

IRELAND, 2/Lt. Ernest Pinnock ... ... ... ... ... Tank Corps 

Near ST. JULIEN, 22nd August, 1917. When acting in support of another officer, the tank 
commanded by the latter became ditched, whereupon 2/Lt. Ireland attempted to tow it out with 
his own, but got ditched in the attempt. He unditched his own tank and brought all the 
wounded and the guns of both tanks safely out of action, although while dojng so his tank was 
put out of action by shell fire. During the whole of this time he was under heavy shell and 
machine-gun fire. He showed great gallantry and fearlessness. 

IRVING, Capt. George Gray Hammond ... ... ... 9/Rifle Brigade 

ACHIET-LE-GRAND. 2ist to 25th August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. He made a personal reconnaissance of the outpost line under heavy machine-gun fire, 
and returned with information of great importance. During five days' operations he was 
untiring in his efforts to arrange food, water and ammunition supplies, and by his masterly grip 
of the situation rendered invaluable service. 

JACKSON, Capt. Mark Keith ... ... ... ... ... 6/Warwick 

E. of VILLERS PLOUICH, 3rd to 5th December, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and 
devotion to duty in action. Although in a very exposed position with his company, he main- 
tained it for many hours under a very heavy shell fire. Later, seeing a company of another 
unit on his left being hard pressed, he gallantly led a party of men across the open to attack the 
enemy on the flank, and was wounded while so doing. 

BAR TO M.C. 

BAC ST. MAUR, 6th September, 1917. He organised the final attack which drove the 
enemy out of his positions with great skill, and carried it out with courage and determination, 
capturing many prisoners and four machine guns. His conspicuous courage and devotion to 
duty inspired all the men of the company under his command. 

JACKSON, 2/Lt. Stewart Spiers ... ... ... ... ... 6/ Worcester 

LA VACCJUERIE, 3rd December, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. When sent up with reinforcements to a post which was almost surrounded by the 
enemy he led his men through heavy rifle and machine-gun fire. He went forward alone to 
reconnoitre the best means of approach, and by his coolness and courage succeeded in bringing 
timely assistance to the garrison of the post. 

J AGGER, Lieut. Charles Sargeant ... ... ... ... I3/ Worcester 

NEOVE EGLISE, nth to i4th April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
while commanding a company. He beat off several attacks by superior forces, and when his 
right flank was exposed and communication cut he still held on to his position. He made a 
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JAMES, 2/Lt. Lawrence Edward ... ... ... ... y/London 

S.E. of YPRES, 2Oth September, 1917. When the advance of his company was held up 
by enfilade fire from a dug-out he quickly made up a party, and after hard fighting captured 
the position, accounting for eight of the enemy. His prompt action was invaluable to the 
battalion. 

JAMES, 2/Lt. William Thomas ... ... ... ... ... i /London 

N.W. of BOLLECOURT, i6th June, 1917. He took command of his company when his other 
officers had become casualties, and consolidated and held a position for 24 hours, although 
subjected to repeated bombing attacks and sniping from all sides. His conduct and bearing 
throughout were most creditable, and set a splendid example to his men. 

JARVIS, Captain Arthur ... ... ... ... ... i/Gloucester 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

JEFFERYS, Capt. Arthur Harold ... ... 7/Middlesex (Loyal North Lanes.) 

GIVENCHY, i8th April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. As soon as 
the enemy barrage lifted he ordered his company to stand to, and when he found that the 
enemy had penetrated the trenches he led an immediate counter-attack and drove them back' 
some distance. He then organised and led bombing parties to clear the enemy out, and join 
up with a company on the left. He succeeded in this, and, although wounded, insisted on 
reorganising the sector, and did not leave till the next day. 

JERWOOD, Capt. Edward Longsden ... ... ... i /Royal Berks 

S. of RICHEBOURG L'AvouE, May isth, 1915. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty during a night attack on the enemy's trenches, when in charge of machine guns, He 
established a machine gun in position in the second captured German trench under rifle and 
machine-gun fire, and also recovered a machine gun that had been lost between the first and 
second German trenches. On I7th May he gallantly led a section which established two 
machine guns in the firing line under shell fire, and set a fine example to the men under his 
command. 

FIRST BAR TO M.C. 

Near OPPY, agth April, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in leading 
his company during an attack. By his dispositions and personal example he was able to 
repulse several heavy counter-attacks until himself wounded. The reports he sent back 
were invaluable. 

SECOND BAR TO M.C. 

Near BERMERAIN, 24th Octobej", 1918. For marked gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When in command of the support company he noticed that the left front company and the 
battalion on his left were held up by heavy enfilade machine-gun fire. He promptly advanced 
his company and captured the final objective. 

JERWOOD, Capt. John Hugh ... ... ... ... io/ Durham L.I. 

S.E of HOOGE, 21/22 and 24/25 August, 1917. He maintained his position regardless of 
withdrawals on his right and left and of the fact that the enemy had penetrated the line on 
both his flanks. He displayed a coolness and fearlessness which inspired all ranks with 
confidence. 

JOHNSON, Capt Alfred Forbes ... ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

Awarded ist January, 1919. 

JOHNSON, Capl. Charles Beckett ... ... ... s/Border (p/Liverpool) 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

JOHNSTON, 2/Lt. John Darrell ... ... ... ... 5/Gloucester 

. E. of YPRES, 22nd August, 1917. During the attack he led his company through the 
barrage and took up and consolidated a position. He took command of the forward line and 



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organised the defence of four different units. He displayed exceptional qualities of leadership, 
and by his cheerfulness and disregard of danger inspired all ranks to consolidate and hold on 
at a critical time. His organisation of the line helped the troops on his flanks to hold on to 
the objectives. 

JOHNSTONE, Lieut. Robert ... ... ... 4/London (R.F.C.) 

Near LE TRANSLOY, iyth October, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry in action. He has 
shown marked courage and initiative in turning our artillery on to columns of enemy infantry. 
On one occasion he carried out counter battery work in cloud and mist at 800 feet under 
heavy fire from the ground. 

JONES, Lieut. Percy Hudson ... ... ... ... ... R.E. 

FESTUBERT, iSth April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. As 
brigade signalling officer he displayed untiring energy in his efforts to establish communication 
with battalions which had become dislocated owing to heavy bombardment and mist. 
Throughout the day he was up and down seeing what could be done to improve matters, regard- 
less of personal risk. 

JONES, 2/Lt. Reginald Lucas ... ... ... ... ... p/London 

Near WESTHOEK, :6th August, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty on 
several occasions in hand-to-hand fighting. On one occasion he cleared a tunnel dug-out with 
a Lewis gun, inflicting heavy casualties on the enemy. 

JOSEPHS, 2/Lt. Edward Albert Robert ... ... ... 5/Gloucester 

S. of POELCAPPELLE, 4th October, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He took command of his company in an attack and led it forward under heavy fire. He showed 
great initiative and energy in organising and consolidating the captured ground. 

JUPP, Lieut. John Morton Scott ... ... ... ... lo/Manchesler 

BRIASTRE, aoth October, 1918. For marked gallantry and determined leadership. He 
was in command of a company, and under heavy machine-gun fire, dashed forward with a few 
men, shooting several of the enemy with his rifle and capturing the guns. Later, finding that 
the company on his flank had not reached its objective, he led a platoon and attacked the 
enemy on his flank. 

JULL, 2/Lt. Robert Charles ... ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

JUNGIUS, Lieut. Ernest James Theodore ... ... ... i/Bedford (M.G.C.) 

Awarded 3rd June, 1918. 

KEEP, 2/Lt. Alan Ralph ... ... ... ... ... 3/ Royal West Surrey 

OVILLERS, 27th July and i3th August, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry during opera- 
tions. He kept his battery continually in action day and night under heavy shell fire, thereby 
materially assisting the infantry to capture enemy trenches. 

KEEY, Lieut. Cecil Walter ... ... ... ... - 7/London 

SAULCOURT and EPEHY, 7th September, 1918. For conspicuous courage and devotion to 
duty during the operations. He was in charge of two mobile trench mortars, and had both 
guns put out of action, and the majority of the teams wounded. Despite the fact that he was 
wounded in the face he took over the remnants of two companies of infantry who were left 
without an officer and reorganised them, and consolidated on a line just west of CAPRON 
COPSE. His initiative and courage in the face of great danger were a splendid example to all 
ranks concerned. 

.KEKEWICH, 2/Lt. Stanley Buck ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

LA VACQUERIE, 3Oth November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He assisted his battery commander in man-handling the guns back when the ammunition was 
exhausted during an enemy attack. He set a splendid example of coolness and courage under 
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KELTY, Lieut. Stanley William 9/Liverpool 

WERVICQ, i4th October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and initiative. During the attack 
he twice went forward to reconnoitre the ground prior to the advance of his guns. When an 
enemy post was holding up our advance he crept forward to ascertain the strength with which 
it was held. He obtained most useful information concerning the enemy's position, although 
persistently fired at by snipers and machine guns. Later, he took his guns, boldly forward and 
had them in their consolidated positions within half an hour of the capture of the locality. 

KENNEDY, Lieut Cyril Arthur Reginald ... ... ... R.F.A. (Y/9/T.M.B.) 

Near STEENBEEK, i5th October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
was in charge of mobile 6-in. mortar in close support of the infantry. When the attack began 
heavy enemy machine-gun fire was immediately opened on the mortar and its detachment. 
With great coolness and gallantry he continued to keep his mortar firing and render very 
material assistance in diminishing the enemy's fire, and thus enabling the infantry to continue 
their advance. 

KERCKHOVE, 2/Lt. Herbert Vincent ... 4/East Surrey 

HAUSSY, i6th October, 1918. For gallantry and resourceful leading during the attack. 
After several attempts had failed to rescue a wounded man who was lying in front of our posts 
he crept out under heavy maching-gun fire and got the man in. Later, he organised a party of 
10 men and surrounded an enemy post in a sunken road, which was inflicting great damage and 
casualties upon the attacking force, and succeeded in capturing the whole garrison of 60, with 
two trench mortars and two anti-tank rifles. His courage and coolness were admirable. 

KERR, 2/Lt. John Vass ... ... y/London 

Near HANGARD, 24th April, 1918. This officer's platoon was subjected to very heavy fire 
during an enemy attack, which drove back the troops on either flank. His determination 
encouraged his platoon to stand fast and pour a steady fire into the advancing enemy, causing 
them to bring up a large number of troops, supported by two tanks, against him. Although 
his men began to waver, he went round the platoon, regardless of personal danger, and rallied 
them at the critical moment by his example, so that not one of the enemy reached his post. 
But for his gallant stand a considerable amount of ground would have been lost. 

KIDD, Lieut. Claude Bernard ... ... ... ... ... i5/Cheshire 

Near EPEHY, 24th August, 1917. He did remarkably fine work when his company was 
holding a position for many hours from early morning till late at night, while heavily shelled. 
It was entirely due to his efforts that the men were kept together. He encouraged his men 
throughout the day, continually going up and down the trench. His conduct was splendid, 
and he set a fine example. 

KING, 2/Lt. Bernand Ellis ... ... ... ... ... ... lo/Norfolk 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

KING, 2/Lt. Harry Norman ... ... ... 4/Loyal North Lancashire 

Near CORDONNERIE, 2gth July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
when leading his platoon in a raid on the enemy trenches. After fierce hand-to-hand fighting, 
in which his platoon sergeant and four section leaders were all wounded, an enemy party 
superior in numbers appeared on his right. He at once collected his men, charged this party, 
and in a second hand-to-hand fight put them to flight. Although half his platoon had become 
casualties he remained out in "No Man's Land" until ordered to retire, when he collected 
wounded and brought them in. His absolute contempt of danger and fine leadership so 
inspired his men that they completely routed a force of twice their strength. 

KINGDOM, 2/Lt. Frank Denys ... ... ... ... 2pth Battery R.F.A. 

SAPIGNIES, z^th August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry. When heavy enemy fire 
killed two men and wounded several others of his battery he organised a stretcher party and got 
them to a place of safety under heavy shelling. By his example of coolness he kept the battery 
in action and saved several lives. Later, while observing under heavy enfilade fire, he showed 
marked devotion to duty, and kept up communication with his battery by visual, and got back 
valuable information. 




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KNIGHT, 2/Lt. Alfred Ovenden ... ... ... i2/Loyal North Lancashire 

GOUZEAUCOURT, 3oth November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
During the preliminary portion of the attack he showed great courage and exercised complete 
control over his company. On the enemy opening a heavy barrage, and while they were seen 
to be advancing, he ordered all the sections with which he could get into touch to retire, only 
leaving the position himself when the enemy were not more than 300 yards away. It was very 
largely due to his courage and skill that the whole company were extricated from a very 
awkward situation with very few casualties. 

KNOWLES, 2/Lt. Roland Ernest ... ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

N.W. of HEBUTERNE, 5th April, 1918. Whilst on duty at the guns under heavy enemy 
bombardment he helped to rescue the wounded from ablown-in dug-out. He kept all the guns 
in action, moved from pit to pit with the greatest coolness, and personally assisted in serving 
the guns when short of men. He displayed fine courage, and set a high example by his 
behaviour. 

LAING, 2/Lt. Ivan ... ... ... ... ... Coldstream Guards 

Near GINCHV, 15/16 September, 1916. When he was the only officer left in his company, 
he reorganised his men, rushed forward through a heavy barrage, and remained out securing 
the front till ordered to withdraw. 

LAMBERT, 2/Lt. Philip Felix ... ... ... ... 2/West Riding 

FAMPOUX, gth to nth April, 1917. He displayed great courage and resource in taking 
command of his company in the advance. When the party was withdrawn at night he did good 
work in organising the defence of a captured trench ; he set a fine example throughout. 

LAMBDIN, Lieut. John Reginald ... ... ~... 7/West Yorks (2/ Durham L.I.) 

Near ST. QUENTIN WOOD. For marked gallantry and devotion to duty on the night of 
17/18 September, 1918. He was sent to show the battalion guides the route to the assembly 
position. He took the party up and got shelled. Out of sixteen guides six came back, the 
remainder being killed. Although himself badly shaken, he returned to the battalion and, 
practically unaided, guided the companies into position. He then volunteered to take a 
message over ground swept by shell fire. 

LAST, Capt. Ernest Reginald ... ... ... ... ... I/Liverpool 

VIMY RIDGE, 1/2 June, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry. He organised an assault on 
the enemy's trenches, and displayed great coolness and an utter disregard of personal danger 
during the operation, which was carried out under a heavy hostile bombardment. 

LAWLESS, Capt. Philip Henry ... ... ... ... iS/Middlesex 

Awarded ist January, 1919. 

LEE, Capt. Reginald William ... ... ... ... ... 4/Essex 

ALI-EL-MUNTAR, EGYPT, a6th March, 1317. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. During an attack he went back under heavy machine gun and rifle fire at close range, 
collected and brought up reinforcements regardless of his own safety. He then organised and 
skilfully led the final assault from his part of the line. 

LEECH, Lieut. Arthur William ... ... ... 6/Northumberland Fusiliers 

Near HARBONNIERES, 27th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
During a counter-attack, when his commanding officer had become a casualty, he took 
command of the battalion and successfully led the attack to its objective, capturing two 
machine-guns and several prisoners. This successful counter-attack was instrumental in hold- 
ing up the enemy at a critical moment, and great praise was due to this officer. 



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LE FEVRE, 2/Lt. Frank Ewart Bayliss ... ... ... ... 3/Lincoln 

S.W. of LENS, ist July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during an 
assault upon the enemy's position. When the leading company was temporarily checked he 
pressed forward, killing many of the enemy, and personally taking a prisoner. When he could 
go no further he dug in. He afterwards made it his special mission to keep touch between the 
right and left companies, repeatedly passing over ground which was under fire, and showing a 
complete contempt for danger. His consistent coolness under fire has always set a magnificent 
example to his men. 

LEITH, Lieut. George Hector ... ... ... iS/Machine Gun Corps 

FORET DE MORMAL, 4th November, 1918. During the attack he handled his section of 
machine guns with great courage and skill under heavy machine-gun fire, enabling them to 
select positions of great value, from whence they were able to inflict heavy casualties on the 
enemy, as well as to neutralise the enemy's fire, and materially assisted the advance of the 
infantry. He has consistently done good work. 

LEWIS, Capt. Francis Attwater ... ... ... ... ... 5/Welch 

Awarded nth April, 1918. 

LEYBOURNE, Capt. Philip Edwin ... ... ... ... 8/Hampshire 

Awarded 3rd June, 1918. 

BAR TO M.C. 

S.E. of La CLYTTE, 8/9 August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and good leadership. 
He was the first to reach the objective on the front of the company of which he was in 
command. When the position had been gained he consolidated with skill and promptitude, 
in spite of many casualties, sending back valuable information to battalion headquarters. 
Throughout the operation his fine example had a great effect on his men. 

LINDSAY, Lieut. Gordon Parmiter ... ... ... ... .. 2/Border 

Near BAPAUME, January, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
displayed great courage and initiative during a raid, and was the last to leave the enemy's front 
line trench. Later he made a gallant attempt to rescue a wounded man. 

LISTER, 2/Lt. Alfred Walton ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

FLEURBAIX, gth April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When the 
battery position was being heavily shelled he helped to keep up the fire of his battery by 
running from one gun to another, passing orders. When the order was given to limber up he 
helped with the teams so that the guns were got away under shell and machine-gun fire. He 
worked day and night when he and another officer were the only two left with the battery, 
inspiring all ranks to do their utmost. 

LLOYD- JONES, Lieut. John ... ... ... ... ... ... 2/Yorkshire 

Awarded ist January, 1916. 

LOCKWOOD, Lieut. Eric Jardine ... ... ... ... ... 5/Essex 

EGYPT, igth September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. In 
the attack on KEFR KASIN, he led his platoon with great dash, taking all his objectives on 
three successive positions in very difficult country. He set a very fine example to his men. 

LONGBOTHAM, Lieut. Currer Benjamin ... ... 32/Northumberland Fusiliers 

S.W. of ASIAGO, i5th June, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during 
an enemy attack. When his company commander had been killed he, though wounded in the 
head, commanded the company throughout the day, and only went to the Aid Post when 
ordered to do so by the commanding officer in the evening. He set a very fine example of grit 
and perseverance to his men. 



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LONGSTAFF, Capt. Ralph ... ... ... ... 8/East Yorks 

Awarded ist January, 1917. 

LORD, 2/Lt. Gilbert Henry ... ... ... ... 5/ Royal Lancaster 

Near WIELTJE, 3151 July to and August, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion 
to duty when all his officers and N.C.O.'s had become casualties and he himself was wounded 
in the hand. He took command of his company, and carried on under heavy shell fire and 
very adverse weather conditions, until he was again wounded in two places, displaying 
admirable courage and devotion to duty. 

LORIMER, Capt. John Scott ... ... ... ... ... i /Norfolk 

Awarded ist January, 1917. 

LORT, 2/Lt. William Vincent ... ... ... ... ... y/London 

ALBERT SECTOR and " No MAN'S LAND," July, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and 
ability in action. He and a N.C.O. went out to the help of a fighting patrol who had suffered 
severe casualties. He promptly organised stretcher parties, and made many journeys to and 
from the front line under heavy machine-gun fire, himself unaided carrying one man 100 yards. 
When all casualties were clear he twice attempted to rescue the Lewis gun, and was wounded 
when nearly succeeding. 

LOTT, Capt. Francis Albert ... ... ... ... ... i/Welch (32/M.G.C.) 

Near ORS, 4th November, 1918. For conspicuous courage and devotion to duty at the 
crossing of the OISE-SAMBRE CANAL. He carried out personal reconnaissance, and pushed 
his guns boldly forward before the attack. During the attack he opened an intense fire on 
enemy machine guns, and swept the points from which the bridging parties could be fired on. 
This made it possible for the canal to be bridged very quickly. 

LOVELL, 2/Lt. Bertram ... ... ... ... ... ... Tank Corps 

YPRES, 3ist July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He rendered 
most valuable assistance to the infantry, and when his tank had hecome badly ditched under 
heavy shell fire he formed two strong points with his crew, and kept them supplied with ammu- 
nition until he was wounded. He remained with his men in one of these strong points for over 
an hour, until he became so weak from loss of blood that the crew persuaded him to go back 
to the dressing station. He set a splendid example of pluck and devotion to duty. 

LOVERIDGE, Capt. John Leonard ... ... ... 4/Royal Berks 

HANGARD WOOD, 27/28 April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
made a reconnaissance under heavy enemy barrage, and next day led his section to the starting 
point, in spite of the fact that his tanks had been observed by the enemy and were submitted 
to heavy fire. Throughout he showed great coolness and initiative. 

BAR TO M.C. 
Awarded 3rd June, 1918. 

LUCAS, 2/Lt. Clifford James ... ... ... ... 7(i7)London 

E. of WULVERGHEM, 28th September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
Previous to the assault he had led daring reconnaissances of two craters, and in the assault, 
with the knowledge gained, he led his platoon round the first, killing the garrison, and then 
rushed the second. The same night he drove out nest after nest of machine-guns with his 
platoon, his energetic leadership inspiring his men with great confidence. 

LYNE, Capt. Howard William ... ... ... ... i/YorkshireL.I. 

S. of LE CATEAU, i7th October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry during the operations. 
He led his company to the objective with energy and skill. Subsequently he found that the 
enemy threatened his left. He immediately formed a defensive flank, and under heavy fire 
held his ground throughout the day. 



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LYONS, Capt. Ernest Frederick ... ... lo/Devon 

Awarded ist January, 1919. 

McBAiN, 2/Lt. Hubert ... ... ... ... 2/Durham L.I. 

MORCHIES, 2ist March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He led a 
counter-attack and established a block in a trench at a very critical time. He held this position 
for four hours, and greatly assisted his battalion to maintain its position. He showed great 
fearlessness and devotion to duty. In the afternoon he was wounded. 

McCALL, 2/Lt. Archibald ... ... ... ... ... ... 4/K.O.S.B. 

YPRES, 3ist July and ist August, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When all the other officers of his company had become casualties he took command, and led 
them with the greatest gallantry and skill during the severe fighting which ensued, returning 
after the capture of each strong point and collecting more men, whom he led forward. While 
doing this gallant work he fell severely wounded in the head, having very materially assisted in 
the capture of the position. 

MCCARTHY, 2/Lt. Thaddeus Francis ... ... 4/Loyal North Lancashire 

WESTHOEK RIDGE, loth August, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When in charge of the battalion carrying and ration parties he carried out his work with the 
greatest coolness and ability, and although by reason of the heavy shell fire it was of a most 
arduous and dangerous nature it was due to his exertions and personal supervision that rations 
arrived regularly. On another occasion during an attack he led his men forward with great 
coolness, setting a fine example to those around him. He afterwards took over and reorganised 
another company whose officers had all become casualties. 

MACDONALD, Lieut. Kenneth ... ... ... y/Seaforth Highlanders 

N.E. of YPRES, z8th September to 3rd October, 1918. For most conspicuous gallantry and 
determined leadership during the operations. He led his company with great skill against the 
enemy positions on the BRODSEINDE RIDGE, and on more than one occasion captured parties of 
the enemy practically single-handed. His fearlessness inspired all ranks under him. 

McDouGALL, Peter Aitken ... ... ... ... ... R.A.F. 

In FRANCE, igth February to i2th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. He always showed great initiative and skill in attacking enemy aircraft, and drove down 
or destroyed several enemy machines. On one occasion while on patrol he encountered three 
enemy two-seater machines, and though his engine was giving trouble he attacked them single- 
handed and drove one of them down out of control, having shot the observer. On another 
occasion, after driving down an enemy machine, he attacked and silenced a battery of six guns 
which were firing on our machines. His example of pluck and determination was of the utmost 
value to the squadron. 

MACFARLANE, 2/Lt. Donald Murray ... ... ... ip/Lancashire Fusiliers 

Near ZONNEBEKE, 23rd October, 1917. On a wireless station being blown in by hostile 
shell fire he organised a rescue party from his platoon, which was quartered in adjacent dug- 
outs. In spite of heavy shell fire he succeeded in digging out six wounded men and had them 
carried back to a dressing station. By his prompt action and fine example of courage the lives 
of these men were saved. 

MAC!NNES, 2/Lt. William Alexander ... ... 4/Highland L.I. 

Near SERRE, 10/11 February, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
led his platoon in a most gallant manner, and inflicted many casualties on the enemy. Later, 
he reorganised his men and materially assisted in repulsing a hostile counter-attack. 

BAR TO M.C. 

NIEUPORT, ioth July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during an 
intense hostile bombardment of the town. He occupied the brigade observation post, which 
was unprotected, and at the top of a conspicuously high building, for twelve hours under intense 



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shell fire. His work enabled the brigade commander to keep in touch with the situation, as 
all other means of doing so were being continually interrupted, and in spite of the shells burst- 
ing all round his post and passing through the building he declined to vacate it, except to repair 
his telephone wires. He set a magnificent example of fearlessness and devotion to duty. 

MACKAY, 2/Lt. Donald John Everall ... ... ... ... ... R.E. 

LA BASSF.E CANAL, i8th April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When the enemy was seen massing in force at the head of a pontoon bridge, in spite of the 
shelling and machine-gun fire, he and his men swung and sank the bridge, and then assisted the 
garrison to man the trenches and repulse the enemy. Undoubtedly his coolness and resource 
under most difficult conditions saved what might have been a serious situation. 

MCKEOWN, 2/Lt. Felix Quinn ... ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

CHAUNV, 2ist March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. His section 
was under intense shell fire, and he found it impossible to keep the communication line working, 
so he established a post in the open, and from there maintained connection all day with the 
brigade, and got messages through to the section by runners. He was wounded in the 
evening. 

MACKIE, Lieut. William Gordon ... ... ... ... 5/West Riding 

KEMMEL, ayth April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. This officer 
personally reconnoitred under heavy machine-gun fire the whole front of the battalion, which 
had bsen ordered to advance at short notice, without having had an opportunity of examining 
the ground beforehand. When the flank was threatened the reserve company of which he was 
in command was pushed into the gap, and he made able dispositions of his platoons and Stokes 
and Vickers guns. Under heavy fire he crawled forward and secured maps and papers from 
wounded and dead enemy in front of our lines. Later, when fifty of the enemy endeavoured 
to rush one of his posts, he turned a Lewis gun on them and accounted for them all. He was 
severely wounded losing an eye while doing this but he did not desist until the enemy was 
completely repulsed. His gallantry and initiative were conspicuous throughout the day, 
during the whole of which he was under close machine-gun fire. 

McKiNLEY, 2/Lt. Charles ... ... ... ... ... i6/London (i /Artists) 

At NIERGNISS, 8th October! 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and initiative. When the 
situation was very obscure, he carried out two exceedingly | comprehensive reconnaissances, 
although subjected to heavy machine-gun and artillery fire, thereby clearing up t the situation 
on the Divisional front and obtaining information of the utmost value. 

McKiNTY, 2/Lt. Henry Bernard ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

BERTINCOURT, 23rd March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty while 
in charge of the guns of a battery who were covering the withdrawal of a division. The battery 
was under heavy machine-gun fire at a range of about 900 yards. He continued to shoot his 
guns till the last possible moment, and then withdrew them successfully. On this occasion he 
hehaved with the greatest coolness, and all through the operations showed great courage and 
energy. 

MCMILLAN, 2/Lt. Ernest Albert ... ... ... i/Cameron Highlanders 

iyth October, 1918. For very gallant and skilful leading of a platoon sent out to do a 
flanking movement. He successfully accomplished his task, enfilading the enemy's position 
and clearing a ridge. By so doing, this platoon virtually captured the whole of the battalion's 
objective, with forty-two prisoners and ten machine-guns, without a single casualty being . 
incurred. 

MCWALTER, Lieut. Thomas Brown ... ... ... ... 12/East Surrey 

In front of WYTSCHAETE, 3/4 September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry while com- 
manding a fighting patrol. He was ordered to drive out enemy posts, and so enable other 
troops to advance. In spite of extreme darkness and swampy ground he overcame determined 
resistance and gained his objective. Throughout the whole operation he set a fine example of 
courage and good leadership. 



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MACE, Capt. Edgar Robert ... 3(i)Liverpool 

AYETTE, 14/15 July, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry in leading his company in a raid 
against the enemy outpost system, when nine prisoners were captured and as many more killed. 
The success was due to his very thorough all-night reconnaissances. He showed the calmest 
determination, and his personal example inspired a fine offensive spirit in the men he took over 
the parapet. 

BAR TO M.C. 

ERVILLERS and MORY COPSE, 23rd August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and fine 
leadership during an attack. He led his company splendidly, captured his objective, and then 
made himself secure against an enemy counter-attack. Next day he led his company forward 
from reserve successfully and consolidated a position. Throughout the operations bis fine 
example of courage and determination inspired his men. 

MACHIN, 2/Lt. Norman Frederick ... ... ... ... Coldstream Guards 

GINCHY, i5th September, 1916. He led his men with great dash, rallied them under heavy 
machine-gun fire, and brought them on through a heavy barrage till he fell wounded. 

MADDEN, 2/Lt. Clarence Rowland ... ... ... ... ... 4/Lincoln 

S.W. of LENS, igth June, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. Through- 
out an attack upon eriemy trenches he displayed exceptional coolness and cheerfulness, and 
when the position was won he promptly brought rapid lire to bear upon the retreating enemy, 
causing very heavy casualties. He also showed great initiative in personally attending to all 
the details in connection with blocking, bombing and mopping-up parties, setting a fine example 
to his men of courage and self-possession under fire. 

MADDOCK, Capt. Richard Henry ... ... ... ... 2/Royal West Surrey 

Awarded ist January, 1916. 

MADDOX, 2/Lt. Leonard George ... ... ... ... ... 22/London 

W. of ALBERT, 3rd August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He led 
a daylight patrol, and brought back valuable information which enabled the battalion to move 
forward and establish posts in the old lines. Later, he did fine work in getting rations and 
ammunition through to the forward outpost company under heavy shelling of gas and high 
explosives. 

BAR TO M.C. 

S. of ALBERT, 22/23 August, 1918. He displayed great courage and coolness during an 
advance under heavy fire of all descriptions, and captured a chalk pit strongly held by the 
enemy with machine-guns. When his platoon was counter-attacked in force he repulsed the 
enemy with loss, controlling his men with judgment and ability. 

MAINGOT, 2/Lt. Joseph Henry ... znd Service Bn. British West Indies Regt. (R.F.C.) 
Awarded nth April, 1918. 

MAINGOT, Capt. Patrick Sherlock ... ... ... 9/East Surrey 

S.E. of CAMBRAI, gth October, 1918. For conspicuous good leadership and gallantry when 
in command of a company. Again, on i6th October, during the attack on HAUSSY, he 
manoeuvred his men splendidly, and took his objective in spite of heavy opposition, with very 
few casualties. When the enemy counter-attacked and practically surrounded him he extri- 
cated his men in a most masterly manner. He showed marked courage throughout. 

M \LE, Capt. Sidney John ... ... ... ... ... 23/K.R.R.C. 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

MALPASS, Capt. Charles Edward ... ... ii/Royal West Kent (i/ Artists) 

THILLOY, 2yth August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. Whilst 
in command of a company this officer rendered great service in clearing up the situation by 
personal reconnaissance under heavy fire. Throughout the day his coolness and determination 
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MANN, Capt. Deane ... ... ... ... ... Royal West Surrey 

Awarded ist January, 1917. 

BAR to M.C. 

Near HAMEL, 26th and a8th March, 1918. When the enemy attacked he at once organised 
a counter-attack and drove the enemy back. On the following day, bearing that the enemy 
had broken through on the flank, he made a reconnaissance under intense machine-gun fire and 
in full view of the enemy, and brought back valuable information. He set a splendid example 
of courage and coolness to his men. 

MANN, Capt. Douglas Bruce Upfield ... ... ... ... 4/Somerset L.I. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

MANN, 2/Lt. Frederick Randall ... ... ... ... a/Hampshire 

Awarded ist January, 1916. 

MANSFIELD, Lieut. Francis Turquand ... ... 17 ist Tunnelling Co., R.E. 

WULVERGHEM MESSINES ROAD, a8th September, 1918. On the evening of 28th 
September, he closely followed the infantry patrols and removed 16 tank mines in face of the 
enemy under heavy rifle and machine-gun fire. The next morning he removed 44 additional 
tank mines on the same road. In the subsequent operations he showed great courage in 
pushing forward with the infantry patrols, inspecting bridges and roads and removing unfired 
demolition charges. 

MARGETSON, Lieut. Edward ... ... ... ... ... i/Artists 

S. of MARCOING, 3oth December, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He kept up communication during an enemy attack under the most difficult conditions, laying 
telephone lines and personally carrying messages under heavy fire. He showed great initiative 
and skill. 

MARSDEN, 2/Lt. Walter ... ... ... ... 4/Loyal North Lancashire 

WIELTJE, 3tst July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during and after 
an attack. He led his platoon with splendid dash and gallantry, capturing two enemy trench 
mortars at the head of his men and killing many of the teams. Later, he supervised the con- 
struction of a strong point under heavy machine-gun and shell fire, showing the utmost 
disregard of personal danger. 

BAR TO M.C. 

E. of YPRES, aoth September, 1917. With a party of twelve men, seeing troops ahead held 
up, he at once pushed forward through them and established himself in the trench beyond. 
This position became untenable owing to an enemy strong point 150 yards ahead. He there- 
fore attacked it with his party and drove the enemy out. 

MARSHALL, 2/Lt. Francis ... ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

E. of YPRES, 2oth September, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
In an attack he showed great energy and courage when acting as forward liaison officer. 
Throughout his tour of duty he exposed himself to heavy fire, while he spotted guns, made 
sketches of the whole position, and identified strong enemy points. 

MARTIN, 2/Lt. Arthur William Dight ... ... ... 3/Royal Highlanders 

S.W. of RHEIMS, 28th July, 1918. He climbed the heights overlooking an enemy position, 
and established communication with the division on the left under heavy machine-gun and 
shell fire. He then brought a valuable report to battalion headquarters. Next he proceeded 
under intense barrage to rejoin his company, and finding that they had lost all their officers he 
assumed command, and commanded them with conspicuous gallantry, showing the greatest 
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MARTIN, Capt. Ernest Wilfred Leigh ... ... R.A.S.C. 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

MARTIN, Capt. Granville Basnett ... ... ... ... ... lO/London 

CONTALMAISON WOOD, 22nd March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty on two occasions. First, on seeing the greater part of two battalions retiring, he rushed 
forward in the open under machine-gun fire and rallied and reformed them. Secondly, when 
the enemy made three attacks, penetrating a portion of the line each time, he organised and 
led a counter-attack on each occasion, which drove out the enemy, largely owing to his 
brilliant leading and example. 

MARTIN, Lieut. Reginald Dean ... ... ... ... 8/Northampton 

ETREILLERS, 2ist March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when 
battalion intelligence officer. He advanced through a heavy barrage to find out the situation. 
He led forward a party that had gone astray in time to prevent the enemy from reoccupying a 
trench. He brought back information of the greatest value throughout the day, and has at all 
times shown great ability and courage. 

MASKELL, 2/Lt. Henry Percy ... ... ... ... ... 3/Wilts 

Near GOUY, 4th to 6th October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry during the operations. 
He worked with endless energy throughout. During the attack on the 4th, when the 
left flank of his company was detached from the battalion, he showed great initiative in 
regaining touch and consolidating his position. The fact that his company captured eight 
machine guns and over 50 prisoners was largely due to his fine courage and leadership in 
mopping-up dug-outs and enemy snipers. 

MASON, 2/Lt. Henry James ... ... ... ... ... 3/Essex 

S. of MORLANCOURT, 8th August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
during an attack. He led his platoon splendidly, attacking and destroying three enemy 
machine-gun positions and killing the crews. He rendered most valuable assistance during 
consolidation of the final objective, and his conduct throughout was marked by courage and 
cheerfulness. 

MASON, Capt. Kenneth Sydney ... ... ... ... lo/Bedford (M.G.C.) 

Awarded 3rd June, 1917. 

MATTHEW, Capt. David ... ... ... ... ... R.A.M.C. (i/Artists) 

Near WESTROOSEBEKE RIDGE, 30/31 October, 1917. During two days' heavy fighting he 
established a dressing station in an advanced position, whence he continually went forward to 
dress wounded and organise carrying parties under heavy fire. He inspired his men to 
continue their work by his splendid example. 

MATTHEWS, Capt. Gwyn Hobson ... ... ... .. 3/Machine Gun Corps 

COURCELLES, 2ist August, igiS. For conspicuous gallantry and initiative in command of 
two sections of machine guns during an attack. He successfully brought his guns into action 
against enemy pockets which the infantry had overlooked iii the fog, and captured many 
prisoners. Throughout the action he handled his guns with great skill, and set a fine example 
to all under his command. 

MATTHEWS, 2/Lt. William Henry ... ... ... ... i /East Surrey 

LONGUEVAL WOOD, 23rd July, 1916. He organised and led with great dash an attack on 
a strongly defended enemy post, capturing and putting out of action several machine guns, and 
killing many of the enemy. 



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MAXTED, 2/Lt. Claude Bretherton ... ... ... ... 6/London 

S. of YPRES-COMINES CANAL, 7th June, 1917. He led his company during an assault with 
great dash and determination, inspiring those round him by his coolness and indifference to 
danger. 

MAY, Capt. Herbert Richard Dudfield ... ... ... ... 5/VVarwick 

E. of VILLERS PLOUICH, 3rd December, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. He stood his ground in an isolated advanced trench for over 20 hours against a strong 
enemy attack, and was successful in holding it until ordered to withdraw. He afterwards took 
his company into another part of the line and led three charges against the enemy. He showed 
great gallantry, coolness and untiring energy, inspiring all ranks under him. 

MAYO, 2/Lt. Alfred Harrison ... ... ... 3/East Yorks (Tank Corps) 

Near HAMEL, 4th July, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty as a tank 
commander. Perceiving a tank broken down within 300 yards of the enemy, he left his own 
tank and, in spite of heavy shell fire and being under direct observation of the enemy, he 
arranged a tow rope himself and took the disabled tank in tow. He was heavily shelled for 
some distance, but brought the broken-down tank back to its rallying point, a distance of about 
7,000 yards. 

MAXWELL, 2/Lt. George Barton ... ... ... 32/Machine Gun Corps 

Near SEQUEHART, ist October, 1918. For great courage and initiative in the fighting on 
this date. When the enemy counter-attacked and our infantry were driven back, he kept his 
guns going till he was practically surrounded and our barrage had fallen behind him. He 
then fought his way out, and with his revolver put out of action five of the enemy who 
attacked him. During a second counter-attack he stayed in action till the last, and then 
helped to form a new line and held it with his guns assisted by infantry he had helped to collect. 
Later, h-? beat off a further local counter-attack with his guns. By his personal courage and 
example to his men he rendered the greatest service. 

MF.ACHEM, 2/Lt. Frank Reginald ... ... ist London Heavy Battery, R.G.A. 

Near SEBOURG, 5th November, 1918. On the night of 5th November he was in charge of a 
gun and six ammunition and store wagons, and was proceeding to join two guns in position on the 
eastern outskirts of SEBOURG. When nearing the gun position he came under enemy shell fire, 
which killed three of his men and wounded six, besides killing five horses. Though badly 
shaken he organised a party and cleared the road, and brought his gun and wagons to the 
position with the least possible delay. He showed great pluck and determination. 

MEADOWS, Lieut. Charles Stanley ... ... ... 292nd Brigade, R.F.A. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

MEREDITH, 2/Lt. Alexander Charles ... ... 8/Rifle Brigade (M.G.C) 

LONGUEVAL, i8th August, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry in action. Owing to his 
coolness and pluck he was able to hold his position for six hours under heavy artillery fire, and 
to bring his four guns into action in the captured trench in excellent fire positions. 

[MESSOM, 2/Lt. Harold .... ... ... ... ... 2/Royal West Surrey] 

In the London Gazette of zyd June, 1915, an award of M.C., intended fay 2JLt. Messom, who 
had been mentioned in Despatches, for gallant conduct in February 1915, was by a clerical error published 
in the name of another officer in his Regiment of very similar name. On the mistake being discovered, 
that notification was cancelled . But in the meantime 2JLt. Messom had been killed in action, and it is 
understood that the error could not be further rectified as at that date posthumous awards (except of V.C.) 
were inadmissible. ED. 

MIDGLEY, Lieut. Thomas Herbert ... ... 466th (N. Midland) Field Co., R.E. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 



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MIEVILLE, Capt. Walter Stokes .... ... i/Artists 

S. of MARCOING, 30th December, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When ordered to support a counter-attack he walked forward across the open to one of the 
advanced companies under machine-gun fire and obtained information of the utmost value. 
His coolness and gallantry were a splendid example to all those under him. 

MILLIGAN, Capt. Andrew ... ... ... ... ... 8/West Yorks 

N.E. of SOLESMES, aoth October, 1918. During the attack, when the situation was obscure, 
he went forward to the outpost line under very heavy fire, reorganised the dispositions of the right 
flank of the battalion which was in the air, and brought back most valuable information. He 
has shown consistent courage. 

MITCHELL, Lieut. Allan ... ... ... ... ... 4/York & Lancaster 

GRAINCOURT, 22nd November. 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When sent with his company to reinforce the forward troops he found the situation very 
critical. He continually moved about in the open organising his position. When the troops 
on the left were heavily counter-attacked, he crossed about 200 yards of open ground under heavy 
fire, rallied and reorganised them, and led them to a new position, thereby undoubtedly saving 
the flank from being turned. 

MOIR, Capt. Kenneth Macrae ... ... ... ... 5 /East Surrey 

Awarded ist January, 1919. 

MOLLER, Lieut. Arthur Appleby ... ... ... ... Grenadier Guards 

HOUTHULST FOREST, i2th October, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
when in command of a company. After reaching his objective, finding he was much harassed 
by fire from a post on his front, he at once organised a raid on it. Keeping it under a steady 
fire, he worked up an assaulting party on flank and rear, who dealt effectively with all who 
remained in the post. One machine gun was captured. 

MONEY, Capt. David Frederick ... ... ... ... ... i/ Artists 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

MOODY, Capt. Percy ... ... ... ... 2/Royal r Welch Fusiliers 

Awarded ist January, 1916. 

BAR TO M.C. 

GIVENCHY, 5/6 July, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry during a raid. He organised and led 
his company with great dash, the result being that the raid was completely successful. 

MOORE, 2/Lt. Charles Christopher ... ... .._ ... 8/Lancashire Fusiliers 

E. of HARGICOURT, iSth March, 1918. When in command of a patrol he came into 
contact with 50 of the enemy who were advancing to raid our trenches. Owing to the skilful 
manner in which he handled his patrol he succeeded in cutting his way out and in returning to 
our lines. On his arrival he at once organised another party, returned with these men to the 
scene of the fight, and brought in the three wounded men whom he had been forced to abandon 
temporarily. His gallantry was most praiseworthy. 

MOORE, Capt. Francis William ... ... ... ' ... ... lo/Devon 

Awarded 3rd June, 1917. 

MOORE, Lieut. Frank Leonard ... ... ... ... i/Monmouth 

RAMIECOURT, 3/4 October, 1918. For great gallantry and devotion to duty. During 
operations he went out from battalion headquarters under heavy fire to locate position of " C " 
Company, who were somewhere in front of RAMIECOURT. He remained out for over two 
hours. Later on same day he, with the assistance of stretcher-bearers, brought in a wounded 
officer under shell fire. 



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MOORE, Capt. Harold Edward ... ... ... Royal Monmouth R.E. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1916. 

MOORE, Capt. John Leslie Mackenzie ... ... ... ... R.E. 

ARRAS BOISIEUX, aist March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in 
maintaining the railway service under heavy shell fire. By his action the withdrawal of 
railway artillery was carried out, and all supplies evacuated. 

MOORE, 2/Lt. Leslie Thomas ... ... ... ... ... R.E. 

MONTELIMOXT FARM, ne'ar ViLLE-SELVE VILLAGE, 24th March, 1918. For conspicuous 
gallantry and devotion to duty while his company were engaged in covering a retirement under 
heavy artillery and trench-mortar fire. With great stubbornness he held on to an extremely 
bad position, finally withdrawing his troops skilfully in good order. His fine conduct 
contributed greatly to the success of the retirement, and caused the saving of several 
wounded. 

MOORE, Capt. Robert Frank ... ... ... ... i/Notts & Derby 

Awarded 3rd June, 1917. 

MOORE, a/Lt. William Robert ... ... ... ... i/East Yorks 

E. of MEAULTE, 3/4 June, 1916. During an intense bombardment 2/Lt. Moore showed 
himself to be a fearless and inspiriting leader. He led a bombing party with great gallantry 
and dash. His personal example had a most inspiriting effect on his men. 

MORGAN, Lieut. Ernest Leslie ... ... ... ... ... R. F.A. 

E. of YPRES, I5th October, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in con- 
tinuing to assist in laying out new lines to the batteries, after having been himself half buried 
by a shell. During many days' operations it was entirely due to his fine example that 
communications from brigade headquarters to the batteries were kept intact. 

MORRIS, 2/Lt. Alfred Arthur Thomas ... ... ... .... 6/Middlesex 

MORY, 24th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. This officer 
took command of the company when its commander had been killed, and when the enemy broke 
through the line he rallied his men and recovered the trench from which they had been driven. 
The following day, in a rear guard action, he showed skill and coolness in extricating his men 
in an orderly manner. 

MORROW, 2/Lt. Frederick ... .. ... ... ... ... R.E. 

BIHECOURT, 2ist March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in charge 
of a cable burying party, when he helped to man a most important redoubt. Although gassed 
early in the morning he remained in charge of a mixed party of R.E. and infantry throughout 
the day, fighting until relieved. Returning from hospital as early as possible he continued 
doing most valuable work in laying cable lines. 

MORTIMER, 2/Lt. Arthur Broadbent ... ... ... 7/West Yorks 

S.E. of AULXOY, i st November, 1918. During the counter-attack by the enemy on our 
positions he showed great gallantry. He seized a Lewis gun and ran forward under very 
heavy machine-gun fire and brought fire to bear on the enemy's flank, causing many casualties 
and capturing one unwounded prisoner. This action threw the right flank of the enemy into 
confusion. 

MORTON, Lieut. William Cattell ... ... ... 3rd London Brigade R.F.A. 

Near LINDENHOEK, ist June, 1917. Assisted by two of his men, he showed the greatest 
promptness and courage under heavy shell fire in extinguishing serious fires amongst the 
ammunition of his battery. He also displayed great gallantry and resource in attending to a 
wounded man under fire, getting him to a place of safety. 



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MORION, Capt. William Chamberlin ... ... ... ... i /London 

CACHY, 24/25 April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. In command 
of a company forced to fall back he more than once rallied and reorganised his men, taking up 
successive defensive lines and holding up the enemy attack, although he had lost all his officers 
and most of his non-commissioned officers. 

Moss, Capt. Vincent Newton ... ... ... ... ... i/East Kent 

Near HDLLUCK, 24/25 June, 1917. During a raid he led his party into the enemy support 
line, where he remained three hours reorganising them after heavy casualties. Although 
wounded he personally supervised the repulse of a bombing 'attack, and remained to the last, 
finally withdrawing his party without further loss. 

BAR TO M.C. 

NOYELLES, 2ist November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
Finding during a relief that strong parties of the enemy with machine guns were still in 
possession of a large part of the village, he immediately led his company forward, and with the 
help of two tanks cleared the enemy from the position, capturing about 20 prisoners and a 
large quantity of stores and war material. 

MOSSMAN, 2/Lt. Harold Alexander ... ... ... 3/Royal Berks 

POELCAPPELLE, i2th October, 1917. He kept the direction of the right flank of the 
battalion in an advance over heavily shelled ground. When his company reached its forward 
position he walked over the open, reorganising it and rallying some wavering troops, and 
keeping them under his command. 

MUNRO, 2/Lt. Donald George ... ... ... ... ... i8/London 

Near VERMELLES, i6th December, 1915. For conspicuous gallantry and ability at the 
Quarries. He was in command of a party of grenadiers in a very exposed position in the front 
line, and repulsed a succession of violent bomb attacks made by the enemy. 

MUNT, Major Edsal ... ... ... ... ... R.F A. 

LANNOY, 4th May, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. At dawn the 
enemy commenced a heavy bombardment on the battery position. As the battery was not 
firing, this officer decided to withdraw the detachments to a place of safety. While telephoning 
these instructions a shell burst in the roof over his head, bringing the brickwork on the top of 
him and burying him. He crawled out, trying to get to the guns, when another shell burst 
close by, again burying him. He managed to crawl out, and though much shaken, got to the 
guns and superintended their withdrawal. The bombardment continued for an hour, and it 
was due to his action that only one man was wounded. 

MURCH, 2/Lt. Alfred Henry ... ... ... ... n/Royal Warwick 

DACADT WOOD, isth April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during 
an attack. He was in charge of an advanced post. Seeing that the advancing troops would be 
held up by the wire in front he went out with one man under heavy machine-gun fire and 
commenced to cut it. He continued this work until badly wounded. 

MURRANE, Capt. Hugh Dudley ... ... ... 6/Royul Lancaster 

Awarded 3rd March, 1919. 

MURRAY, 2/Lt. George ... ... ... ... ... R.F.C. 

Awarded i8th December, 1917. 

NEKDHAM, Lieut. Leslie William ... ... ... ... ... 2o/London 

EAUCOURT L'ABBAYE, ist & 4th October, 1916. He led his men with great courage and 
initiative, capturing the objective. Later, he consolidated and maintained his position. He 
set a splendid example throughout. 



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NELSON, 2/Lt. Lewis Archibald ... ... ... ... ... 2/Leicester 

S. of NEUVILLE VITASSE, gih April, 1917. He rendered valuable assistance to the infantry, 
making gaps in the wire and clearing the enemy trench, thus saving many casualties. Later, 
he reached his objective entirely unsupported, and remained in action for four hours. 

NETHERCOT, 2/Lt. Robert Pinkerton ... ... ... 8/West Yorks 

ECOUST, 3rd May, 1917. Although wounded in three places, he rallied his men and led 
them forward in the face of very heavy hostile fire. 

NEWBERRY, 2/Lt. Thomas Frederick ... ... ... Machine Gun Corps 

Awarded 3Oth January, 1920. 

NE \VLAND, Lieut. Arthur Mansfield ... ... ... Coldstream Guards 

PILCKEN RIDGE, 313! July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When 
his company commander was killed he took command and led his men to their objective with 
the greatest gallantry and skill, afterwards organising his defence under heavy machine-gun 
fire, with complete disregard of his own personal safety, setting a splendid example to all ranks. 

NEWMAN, 2/Lt. Arthur James ... ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

Near HOLLEBEKE, isth September, 1917. When it was reported that one of the dug-outs 
near the gun had been blown in, he dashed out under heavy fire, organised a party, extricated 
the occupants, tsvo of whom were killed, and got away a wounded man. 

NEWTON, 2/Lt. Clement Vaughan ... ... ... ... 9/Royal Sussex 

VERHAEST FARM, 7th June, 1917. After leading his company with great determination 
and courage to its objective, he showed skill and fearlessness in consolidating, personally 
leading out his covering parties and fearlessly exposing himself to machine-gun and rifle fire, 
in order to supervise and encourage the work. He held his line for four days, setting a fine 
example to his men. 

NE\VT@N, Capt. William Godfrey ... ... ... ... i/Artists (23/London) 

Near FLERS, i8th September, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry in action. He placed a 
lamp in the open to guide a night assault. Later, although wounded, he rallied the men 
round him and bombed the enemy with great courage and determination. He set a 
fine example. 

NICOL, 2/Lt. Ian Sinclair ... ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

CHAULNES, 25th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. This 
officer was forward observation officer on a critical occasion. He got most valuable information 
throughout the day, and when the infantry was retiring he rallied stragglers and sent them 
back into the firing line, restoring a threatening situation. 

NICHOLLS, 2/Lt. Edward John ... ... ... ... 7/Royal Warwick 

S.E. of POELCAPPELLE, 4th October, 1917. When the right flank of his company was 
held up by heavy machine-gun fire during an advance, and the company commander was 
killed, he took command and led an attack on the machine gun, which he captured, putting 
the entire team out of action. He then led his men forward and captured his objective, 
setting a splendid example of courage and determination. 

NICKSON, 2/Lt. George Bernard ... ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

Near YPRES, i8th September, 1917. When a truck containing ten tons of H.E. shells 
and cartridges was set on fire, with the help of four men he uncoupled the burning truck, 
pushed it clear, and then succeeded in extinguishing the fire. 



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NIMMO, Capt. William Wilson ... R.F.A. 

Near VLAMERTINGTHE CHATEAU, igth August, 1917. A bomb was dropped by an enemy 
aeroplane on an ammunition dump, and set fire to some boxes and camouflage. He, 
accompanied by the battery sergeant-major, at once ran to the place and separated the 
burning boxes and camouflage, which was burning on the top of boxes containing live rounds. 
There is no doubt that by his prompt action he saved a large number of rounds from being 
destroyed, and also prevented many casualties. 

NORMAN, 2/Lt. Sigurd Oswald ... ... ... ip/Notts & Derby (M.G.C.) 

FEUCHY CHAPEL, loth April, 1917. He fought his tank with the greatest skill and energy, 
locating and silencing several enemy machine guns, and later, unsupported, he passed through 
the enemy lines and dealt with many targets. 

NVE, Lieut. Frederick ... ... ... ... ... iS/Middlesex 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

OAKEY, 2/Lt. John Martin ... ... ... 7th Rifle Brigade (R.E.) 

BULLICOURT, April, 1917. When in command of four trench mortar batteries he carried 
out a most successful piece of work. Two thousand rounds of ammunition had to be carried a 
distance of 2,500 yards. This was successfully accomplished, in spite of enemy fire and the 
difficulty of working over open ground at night. 

O'BRIEN, Lieut. James ... ... ... ... ... ... 2/D.C.L.I. 

SALONIKA. He carried a message under very heavy fire. He later displayed great 
courage and coolness in going back to organise and direct bearer parties. 

O'DoNOV AN, Capt. Robert Anthony ... ... ... ... ... i/Worcester 

MOISLAINS RIDGE, 4/5 March, 1917. He performed consistent good work throughout the 
day, and was largely responsible for the success of the operations. He set a splendid example 
of courage and determination. 

BAR TO M.C. 

S. of OPPY, 6th October, 1819. For most conspicuous gallantry and good work. He carried 
out a daring and highly successful raid with his company, capturing an enemy's strong point, 
with four machine guns and 38 prisoners. He himself was first into the position. It was 
entirely due to his able leadership that the position was captured and the way cleared for a 
further successful advance during the day by other companies on his left. 

OGDEN, Lieut. William Edward ... ... ... ... 5/Manchester 

E. of YPRES, 3ist July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during an 
attack in leading forward a platoon that had lost its commander and its direction. It was due 
to his fine leadership and disregard of personal danger that the final objective was captured. 

OLDFIELD, Capt. Reginald Theodore ... ... ... ... 2/Bedford 

S. of BRAY CORBIE ROAD, 6th August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty during an enemy attack. Finding that the enemy were occupying the trench immediately 
on his flank, he made an effective bomb block, and at the same time moved a section of his 
platoon to prevent the enemy moving round his flank. He effectively beat off the attack, and 
finally forced the enemy completely out of the support system. His gallant and able leadership 
prevented a serious penetration of the line at this point. 

BAR TO M.C. 

E. of RONSSOY, aist September, 1918. He was in command of an assaulting company, 
which had both flanks exposed. After making a thorough reconnaissance of the country 
round QUENCHETTES WOOD, locating the enemy's positions accurately, He, with the co-operation 
oi four machine guns, then led two successful bombing attacks up DUNCAN AVENUE and POT 
LANE, which enabled him to get in touch with units on both flanks and clean up a large body 
of the enemy. 



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OLVER, Lieut. John Dennis Circuit ... ... ... ... R.A. (T.M.B.) 

Awarded ist January, 1917. 

ORMISTON, 2/Lt. Walter Hugh ... ... ... ... ... ij/London 

Near MOEUVRES, aist November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When his platoon was held up by hostile machine-gun fire he rushed forward to a gap in the 
wire, but, being left with only five men, he withdrew and brought them safely back. Though 
slightly wounded and badly shaken by a bomb in an enemy bombing attack he remained at his 
post until the battalion was relieved two days later. 

OSTLE, Capt. Henry Knight Eaton ... ... ... ... i/Artists (2/Border) 

Awarded ist January, 1916. 

OSWALD, Lieut. Harold Robert ... ... ... ... ... 4(1 3) Welch 

N.ofLE GATEAU, igth to 2 ist October, 1918. For great gallantry aud initiative before 
and during the attack. He was indefatigable on the 19/20 October in carrying out recon- 
naissances across the RIVER SELLE in face of the enemy, who was holding positions on the 
east bank in great strength. During the attack he rushed an enemy machine gun with a few 
men whom he collected, killing the crew and capturing the gun. 

OvERTON-JoNES, Lieut. Edward ... ... ... ... Coldstream Guards 

Awarded 3rd June, 1918. 

OWEN, Lieut. Malcolm de Brissac ... ... ... ... ... i/Hertford 

S.E. of HAVRINCOURT, 18/19 September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. This officer was in command of the right front company when the enemy broke in at 
two points, but, by skilful handling of the supporting platoons, he stopped them from 
advancing further than the front line. He then made a daring reconnaissance under heavy- 
machine-gun fire, and, organising a counter-attack, drove the enemy out again from one of the 
points. The next day he counter-attacked the other point, and succeeded in completely 
restoring the line. 

OWEN, 2/Lt. Wilfred Edward Salter ... ... ... 5/Manchester 

FONSOMME LINE, 1/2 October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in 
the attack. On the company commander becoming a casualty he assumed command and 
showed fine leadership, and resisted a heavy counter-attack. He personally manipulated a 
captured enemy machine gun from an isolated position, and inflicted considerable losses on the 
enemy. Throughout he behaved most gallantly. 

OWERS, 2/Lt. Frederick Thomas ... ... ... ... ... i3/London 

BOURLON WOOD, 2nd to 4th December, 1917. GRAINCOURT, nth December, 1917. For 
conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when in command of advanced posts during 
lengthy operations. On one occasion he was bombed and fired on the whole day, but main- 
tained his position. Later, when surrounded on three sides, he withdrew his platoon under 
orders, but after dark he reoccupied the post, and handed it over intact to the relieving unit. 

PADDLE, 2/Lt. Kenneth Cecil Lawrence ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

Near GIVENCHY, 2nd November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
as forward observation officer in a very exposed position in the front trenches. Owing to the 
enemy's heavy fire one officer was wounded and two men were killed close to him, and although 
the enemy sent over a large number of trench mortar bombs whenever he ordered his battery 
to open fire, he persisted with his duties until his task had been completed. 

PAINE, 2/Lt. George Gordon ... ... ... ... 2/Royal Berks 

Awarded ist January, 1916. 

PALMER, 2/Lt. Percy Reginald ... ... i2/Royal Welch Fusiliers (Leicester) 

Near HULLUCH, 12/13 February, 1917. He displayed great courage and determination in 
firing a torpedo under most difficult conditions. Later, he rescued two wounded men. 



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PARK, 2/Lt. Ronald Hubert Mungo Irish Guards 

Near LANGEMARCKE, gth October, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
when in charge of a section of machine guns which he established in a well-chosen position 
from which to bring in direct fire upon the enemy's approaches. He worked untiringly to 
establish a large reserve of ammunition, and when the enemy counter-attacked they were 
twice subjected to a heavy fire from his guns. 

PARKER, Major John Amplett ... ... ... ... R.E. 

Near MERVILLE, nth April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
His field company was digging a system of posts when the enemy attacked. He manned the 
posts with his men and a few other troops, and held the position for some time against 
determined attacks, showing great coolness under heavy machine-gun fire. He was severely 
wounded. 

PARKIN, 2/Lt. John ... ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

PARKES, Lieut. George Henry ... ... 3rd Reserve Cavalry (i3/Hussars) 

Near HADRANIYAH, MESOPOTAMIA, agth October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and 
devotion to duty. In an assault on a strongly entrenched plateau he was in command of the 
Hotchkiss guns, and by his marked personal courage and skilful handling of them under fire, 
cleared the right flank of the enemy and undoubtedly saved the regiment many casualties. 

PASSINGHAM, 2/Lt. Edward George ... ... ... i/Northumberland Fusiliers 

Near ARRAS, 2oth March, 1917. He led a raiding party with great courage and 
determination through uncut wire, and succeeded in entering the enemy's front-line trenches, 
where he personally shot three of the enemy. 

PATERSON, 2/Lt. Frank James ... ... ... ... ... 4/London 

PEIZIERE, loth September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and dashing leadership. 
This officer was detailed to mop-up part of the village. Although badly held up by enemy 
machine-gun fire he led his platoon on and showed great initiative, and set a splendid example 
by rushing two enemy machine guns, which he captured, killing the crews of both. In the 
attempt he was wounded, but carried on until his platoon had completed its task, and were 
definitely established on the objective. 

PAYTON, 2/Lt. Sidney ... ... ... ... ... i5/Tank Corps 

VRAU-VRAUCODRT, 3ist August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and determination 
while in command of a tank. Ahead of other tanks and without infantry support he attacked 
and cleared machine-gun nests, killing several of the crews, and then, with his corporal, he 
entered dug-outs and took more prisoners. Later, while still ahead, he silenced another 
machine gun and took the crew prisoners. He was in action for seven hours and set a 
splendid example of courage and devotion to duty. 

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PEAL, Lieut. Arthur Francis Henry ... 5/York & Lancaster (i 48th T.M.B.) 

YPRES, 28/29 June, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty while in charge 
of two mortars which were taken out into "No Man's Land" during a raid on the enemy's 
trenches. Immediately the operation started enemy shelling became heavy, together with 
rifle and machine-gun fire ; -and" soon afterwards one mortar became useless owing to a 
damaged striker. He personally remedied the defect and brought the mortar into action 
again immediately. By his fine example of coolness and determination he kept his mortars 
firing exactly to time, each of which expended 80 rounds. 

BAR TO M.C. 

HASPRES, i3th October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry in action whilst in command 
of the trench mortar section. He worked his gun forward with the greatest courage and 
determination, covering the advance of the leading companies, and later, when the enemy 
counter-attacked, although portions of the gun mountings were missing through casualties, 
he continued to fire the mortars until forced to withdraw. 




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PKAKSON, 2/Lt. William George Frederick ... ... ... 8/Royal Sussex 

PREUX, 4th November, 1918. He showed conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
whilst employed on the repair of forward roads. In the face of heavy machine-gun fire he 
made the necessary reconnaissance of the road, and the road was pushed forward, and finally 
completed, under very difficult conditions. 

PEGRAM, Capt. Charles Ernest ... ... ... ... i7/Rifle Brigade 

PASSCHENDAELE, 1/2 December, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He formed up his company at the assembly position although the enemy were sniping from 
an advanced post fifty yards away, and led them to the attack under intense machine-gun fire. 
When most of his men had become casualties and his left flank was in the air, he formed a 
defensive flank and established touch with the unit on his left. 

PERL, Capt. Bernard Huson ... ... ... Artists : 5/Royal Lancaster 

Awarded 3rd June, 1918. 

PKRROTT, 2/Lt. Eustace Stroud ... ... ... ... 8/London (i/Artists) 

THILLOY, 27th August, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When 
the situation in front of a village was obscure this officer went forward through heavy machine- 
gun fire and obtained information of the greatest value to his company commander, and 
remained out well in advance, sending in information till he was wounded. 

PETHERBRIDGE, Capt. Charles Arthur ... ... ... 2(1 7) Royal Scots 

ZILLEBEKE, to E. of CouRTRAi, aSth September to 2oth October, 1918. For continuous 
gallantry and devotion to duty during a month's fighting. He was acting as adjutant, and 
was at all times in the fighting zone. He carried out his work at all times with zeal and 
energy. He was invaluable to his battalion commander, and by his actions and courage 
inspired all ranks. 

PHEYSEY, 2/Lt. John Edward ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

YPRES, i4th July, 1917. When getting ammunition forward to the guns, in spite of his 
having already made three journeys in 48 hours under heavy shell fire, a distance of eight miles 
each time, he volunteered to make a fourth, in the course of which he was severely wounded. 
He displayed the finest devotion and very great coolness whilst carrying out this duty, and set 
a splendid example to officers and men. 

PHILLIPS, 2/Lt. Fenton Ellis Stanley ... ... ... ... R.F.C. 

GINCHY, 3rd September, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry and skill. He has done fine 
contact patrol work. On one occasion he came down to a low altitude while making a report, 
and his machine was much damaged by rifle and machine-gun fire, but he carried on and 
successfully put our artillery on to the enemy, who were massing for a counter-attack. 

PIERCE, Lieut. Alfred ... 283rd Siege Battery R.G.A. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

PILE, 2/Lt. Samuel John Haughton ... ... ... ... i3/Middlesex 

Near Loos, January, 1917. During a raid on the enemy's trenches he completely overcame 
the resistance of the enemy by shooting their leaders. He led his party beyond their objective, 
and later effected a skilful withdrawal. 

PITCHER, Lieut. Walter Henry Bl} the ... ... ... Coldstream Guards 

BROEMBEKE, gth October, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in leading 
his company and maintaining direction under most difficult circumstances. During a counter- 
attack he displayed great initiative, altering his positions to make a defensive flank, which 
proved of the utmost value. 

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PITTS, z/Lt. Arthur Walter ... .. ... ... R.A.S.C. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1917. 

PLATT, 2/Lt. Oswald Gordon ... ... ... ... 5/ Yorkshire L.I. 

HINDENBURG LINE, 3rd May, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion during 
an attack. His seniors becoming casualties very early he assumed command, rallying wavering 
troops of various units, establishing a position and holding it under intense fire until it became 
untenable. He was the last to retire. Twice before he has been recommended for great 
gallantry. 

POCOCK, 2/Lt. Reginald William ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

Near BOESINGHE, iath October, 1917. When in command of a party of trench mortars 
under heavy shell fire he constructed a track and succeeded in bringing into action three guns 
which were badly bogged in shell-holes, and then assisted in bringing up ammunition. 

PODD, Capt. Jack Kenneth ... ... ... ... 2/West Yorks 

Near ETTERPIGNY, 25th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
After the battalion had launched a counter-attack he pushed forward to a very advanced 
position and sent back excellent reports containing most valuable information, which he could 
only get at considerable risk. Later he displayed great courage and resource in reforming 
troops who had been driven back, and re-establishing a line. In these operations he was 
wounded. 

POGUE, 2/Lt. Reginald Thomas ... ... ... 6/Dorset (Tank Corps) 

WARVILLERS, 3rd to gth August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry with his tank in 
clearing the way, and thus enabling the infajitry to advance practically without loss. He 
inflicted severe casualties on enemy machine-gunners, and was largely responsible for the 
capture of prisoners. In action, four times within the week, he set a splendid example, and 
always kept his tank tuned up for emergency. 

POLL, Lieut. Dudley Erskine ... ... ... ... ... 24/London 

ST. PIERRE VAAST WOOD, September 2nd, 1918. For most conspicuous gallantry and 
initiative. Whilst on the ridge in front of VAUX WOOD he crawled over the open to the rear 
to bring up reinforcements, although absolutely exposed to intense rifle and machine-gun fire. 
He personally posted the reinforcements on the exposed flank and thus relieved the danger 
of a flank attack against the position on the ridge. Throughout the operations he set a fine 
example to all ranks. 

POTHECARY, Lieut. Herbert Martin Rixson ... ... ... 8/West Yorks 

DICKF.BOSCH LAKE, i^th July. 1918. For conspicuous gallantry during an attack. When 
all the officers of his company had become casualties he assumed command, and, though 
wounded, he led them on and captured his final objective. He remained with the front line 
company until the battalion was relieved. He displayed great courage, ability, and devotion 
to duty. 

POTTS, Capt. Joseph Harold ... ... ... ... ... 23/London 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

POWELL, 2/Lt. Laurence ... ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

Awarded ist January, 1919. 

POWER, Capt. Charles Montague ..: ... ... ... 2/Scottish Rifles 

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PRATT, Capt. Harold Douglas ... ... ... ... ... 2/London 

Near CROISILLES, zjth August, 1918. He carried out a reconnaissance on the flank of the 
battalion with great skill, and obtained such successful results that, owing to his information, 
the artillery were able to concentrate on a large bod)' of enemy who were assembling for a 
counter-attack, and dispersed them with very heavy loss. He was later on wounded in three 
places by the explosion of a shell as he was attacking a machine gun that was causing 
casualties. His gallantry and ability were conspicuous and he rendered most valuable service. 

PRESTON, 2/Lt. John Frank ... ... ... 7/London 

Near YPRES, yth June, 1917. He led his platoon twice to the attack of a position, which 
was finally captured, together with 80 prisoners. His resolute leading and courageous 
behaviour were of the highest assistance in bringing about a successful result. 

PKOSSER, Capt. Arthur Edward ... ... ... ... i/ Worcester 

S. of OPPY, yth October, 1918. During the afternoon he brought forward two of his 
platoons into the ROUVROY-FRESNES line, and led them through advanced troops which were 
hung up and captured a further 1,000 yards of the line. He himself rushed two machine guns 
which were enfilading our troops, and captured seventeen prisoners. His splendid example, 
courage and leadership enabled touch to be gained all along the line. Later in the evening 
he himself pushed forward into NEUVIREUL and captured two heavy trench mortars which 
had been causing many casualties to the battalion on his left. 

PULLINGER, 2/Lt. Charles Edward ... ... ... ... ... 7/K.R.R.C. 

WANCOURT, loth April, 1917. He took command of the company at a very critical time, 
although he himself was wounded. In the face of heavy fire of all kinds he collected and 
reorganised the company, and successfully consolidated his position. 

PULLMAN, Capt. Harold John ... ... Bucks Bn./Oxford & Bucks L.I. 

ST. JOLIEN, i6th August, 1917. He led his company with great skill and determination 
in an attack. When two preceeding waves were held up, he sent up flanking parties and 
rushed the enemy blockhouses. He re-formed his company and proceeded towards his 
objective. 

PURVES, 2/Lt. John Murdow ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

Near LANGEMARCKE, i6th August, 1917. When laying forward cables this officer and 
his party were confronted with a very heavy hostile barrage and intense machine-gun fire. 
With great determination he pushed on with four men and succeeded in getting his telephone 
lines across a river. His personal courage and perseverance set a splendid example to his 
party, and it was entirely due to his disregard of his own safety that the work was successfully 
carried out, the party being under heavy fire all the time. He was severely wounded whilst 
engaged on this duty. 

PYKETT, Lieut. George Frederick ... ... ... ... i6/Royal Warwick 

Awarded ist January, 1919. 

QUARE, Capt. Herbert Alfred Brame ... ... .., 9/Munster Fusiliers 

Awarded 3rd June, 1917. 

RABINO, 2/Lt. Francis Aloysius ... ... ... ... ... 3(i)Dorset 

SAMBRE CANAL, 4th November, 1918. For gallant and able leadership in the attack. He 
commanded the platoon which first effected a crossing over the canal, and it was chiefly owing 
to his energy and initiative that a crossing was effected at a very critical time of the attack. In 
the subsequent advance he again showed great ability. 



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RACTIVAND, 2/Lt. Demetrius ... ... 3(i)Shropshire 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

RADCLIFFE, Lieut. Charles Netten ... ... ig/London 

Near NEUViLLE-Sr.-VAAST, 3oth August, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry during a raid 
on the enemy's trenches. He carried out the previous reconnaissances, and showed great 
determination during the raid, bringing back several enemy prisoners. 

BAR TO M.C. 

DEIR-YESIN, 8th December, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
Throughout the advance he displayed unremittingly the greatest skill and energy in leading his 
men. In the culminating assault he led the first wave, and afforded an example of dash and 
determination which contributed largely to the success of the charge. 

RADFORD, Lieut. John Arundel ... ... ... ... 8(i)Somerset L.I. 

Near VERCHAIN, 24th October, 1918. He led his company with great courage and deter- 
mination to the furthest objective. He gained the final objective with only a few men, 
consolidated the position, and, although his right flank was completely exposed throughout the 
day he held on, and successfnlly repulsed a counter-attack after dark. 

RALPH, 2/Lt. John Leslie ... ... ... ... i6/Royal Welch Fusiliers 

ENGLEFONTAINE, 4th November, 1918. He showed great gallantry under difficult 
conditions. During the advance he handled his platoon with such prompt initiative that 
parties of the enemy encountered were dispersed at once ; and also by skilful use of Lewis-gun 
fire he drove the enemy from a road which threatened the left of the final objective. 

RANDALL, Capt. Joseph Edward ... ... ... ... ... 5/Border 

LYS and LAWE, i3th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
carried out his work as Brigade Intelligence Officer with great energy. For four days he 
worked unceasingly, practically without sleep and always under fire. His information was 
of great value, and he successfully guided counter-attack troops into their positions by day 
and night. 

REAH, Lieut. Herbert William ... ... 517111 (London) Field Co., R.E. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

REDLER, 2/Lt. Harold Bolton ... ... ... ... ... R.A.F. 

HAM, 23rd March, 1918. He encountered four enemy two-seater machines, and attacking 
the lowest drove it to the ground with its engine damaged. Later, he attacked one of five 
enemy two-seater machines, and drove it down out of control. He has destroyed in all three 
enemy machines and driven three others down out of control. He continually attacked 
enemy troops and transport from a low altitude during operations, and showed splendid 
qualities of courage and determination throughout. 

REED, Lieut. John Philip ... ... ... 1 4/ Liverpool (i4/ Yorkshire) 

Near ZILLEBEKE, jth June, 1917. He led his company in the attack with exceptional skill 
and courage, consolidating under heavy machine-gun fire and maintaining cheerfulness under 
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REED, Lieut. William ... ... ... ... ... ... R.E. 

ARQUES, igth April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. During 
anight air raid this officer was in charge of the workshops and technical stores dump, next to a 
large ammunition dumpand kite-balloon depot. At xop.m. two fires were started by bombs in the 
ammunition dump. With the exception of the anti-aircraft machine-gun crew, all men were 
sent to safety. Violent explosions on the dump filled the air with shells and fragments, and 
the camp was continually bombed by the light of the fire. He sent all the machine-gun crew 
away, and fired the two machine guns himself until they both jammed. Later a fire broke 
out in the balloon shed, which he helped to extinguish, saving a great deal of valuable 
material. He worked continuously for five hours under continuous bombing and explosives. 

RERRIE, 2/Lt. Henry Godden ... ... ... ... 2/ York & Lancaster 

LOOS-CRASSIER. 22nd April, 1917. When in command of his platoon he was subjected to 
severe artillery and machine-gun fire, and in a very isolated position. Throughout the day, 
although himself wounded, he set a splendid example to his men under most trying conditions. 

BAR TO M.C. 

COUILLET WOOD, aoth November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When his platoon was held up by machine-gun fire and bombers, though wounded he overcame 
the enemy's resistance and captured two machine guns and 28 prisoners. He remained with 
his platoon throughout the action. 

REYNOLDS, C apt. Harry Norman ... ... ... ... 7/Royal Warwick 

St. JULIEN, 27th August, 1917. He led his company in an attack, and assisted in taking an 
enemy stronghold. Later he reorganised the remnants of his company and rushed a block- 
house, capturing the garrison. He showed great personal courage, and by his example 
encouraged his men. 

BAR TO M.C. 

ASIAGO PLATEAU, ITALY, 15/16 June, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
when the enemy had broken through. He pushed forward, stopping their advance, and, 
driving them back, capturing a machine gun and holding positions all night nnder intense 
machine-gun fire. Next day he again drove them back, capturing three machine guns and 
many prisoners, following them as far as their own lines. He did splendid work. 

RHODES, Capt. Dunstan ... ... ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

VERMELI.ES, 23/24 April, 1917. PONT DU HEM, ist May, 1917. He showed a fine example 
of courage when the battery was heavily shelled by gas shells. He continually exposed himself, 
moving about to ensure the men's safety, and personally seeing to the clearing of loaded 
ammunition wagons. 

RICH, Capt. Cecil Olvar ... ... ... ... i/Wilts 

NEAR PLOEGSTEERT, i7th February, 1917. He continually carried out daring patrols of 
the enemy's wire, and the success of a raiding party was largely due to his information. 

BAR TO M.C. 

MARCOING. 2oth November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
led his tanks into action with great skill and coolness, After he had advanced some distance 
a masked field battery opened fire at about 100 yards range. Though one tank was put out of 
action, and he was severely wounded, he effectively silenced the battery, and enabled the 
infantry to continue the advance. He set a splendid example to all ranks. 

RICHARDS, Lieut. Lincoln Winfield ... ... 5/Lincoln (i2/Norfolk) 

VIEUX BERQUIN, igth August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
during an attack. He rushed an enemy post, shooting the officer and putting the remainder to 
flight. He was the first to reach the final objective, cheering on and encouraging his men. 
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RICKATSON, 2/Lt. Hugh Cecil ... ... ... i/Artists : Coldstream Guards 

GOUZEAUCOURT. 3oth November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When his company had to remain under fire in the open during an attack while a flanking 
movement was being carried out his example of coolness and courage was an inspiration to his 
men. On arriving at the objective, though wounded, he superintended the consolidation of the 
position under intense fire. 

RICKWOOD, 2/Lt. John Edgell ... ... ... ... 5/Royal Berks 

Near DOURGES, i5th October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and initiative. He volun- 
teered to cross the HAUTE DEULE CANAL and make a reconnaissance. After crossing the canal 
at PONT-A-SAULT his presence was discovered by the enemy, who kept him covered with their 
machine guns. In spite of this he worked his way along the eastern bank of the canal and 
brought b^ack most valuable information, which enabled his company to form a bridgehead. 

RIDLINGTON, Lieut. Alfred Charles ... ... i;th Armoured Car Bn. (Tank Corps) 

LE CATEAU-MARETZ ROAD, gth October, 1918. He displayed marked gallantry and skill 
when in charge of a section of armoured cars. He first attacked a machine-gun post which was 
holding up our advance, and, in conjunction with the infantry, successfully cleared it and 
captured the guns. In proceeding forward with two cars a bridge was blown up behind him 
by the enemy, separating him from the second car and from our troops. With one car, 
however, he went forward through MAUROIS and HONNECHY, which were both strongly held by 
the enemy, of whom he killed five in one spot in the latter village. His prompt action 
prevented the railway bridge from being blown up by the enemy. 

RIGOLD, 2/Lt. Ernest Edward ... ... ... Sand Siege Battery R.G.A. 

NOPPE HALTE, aoth April, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry. When the cartridge store 
became ignited during a bombardment he \vent out under fire with two gunners and put the 
fire out. They were in great danger from an explosion. 

RIPPERGER, Lieut. Harold Theodore Alvin ... 4/Gloucester (7/Lancashire Fusiliers) 

E. of HEBUTERNE and BEAUREGARD DOVECOTE, aist to 23rd August, 1918. For conspicuous 
gallantry during an attack. He led the attack on a position and successfully checked the 
enemy's counter-attack. Finding his right flank in the air he attacked the enemy in a trench 
on his right flank, and in conjunction with another company captured an officer and about 90 
other ranks. He showed great courage and ability to command. 

ROBERTS, Lieut. Frederick Arthur Donkin ... ... iS/Lancashire Fusiliers 

VIJEWEGEN, i4lh October, 1918. During the operations south-west of LEDEGHEM and 
subsequent operations south of GULLEGHEM he was conspicuous for his gallant and skilful 
leadership. In the attack south of MOORSEELE, when hostile machine guns were holding up 
the advance, he led his men forward and secured valuable positions and inflicted heavy losses 
on the enemy. 

ROBERTS, 2/Lt. Henry ... ... ... ... y/West Yorks (i/East Yorks) 

Near LIMONT FONTAINE, yth November, 1918. During the operations he showed fine and 
determined leadership. When the advance of his battalion was held up by machine-gun fire 
he took command of two platoons, and led them forward, working round the enemy's flanks, 
and causing him to retire and abandon his machine guns. Later he led another attack on a 
machine gun. 

ROBERTS, 2/Lt. John ... ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

Near YPRES, 25th November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
was in charge of a party building a gun position, and when they were heavily shelled he 
ordered the men to take cover. When one of the party was severely wounded he and one man 
went back, and though twice knocked down by shells succeeded in carrying him to cover. 



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ROBKRTSON, 2/Lt. Albert ... ... ... ... ... 7/Shropshire 

Near HEKIN and HENINEL, 2ist to 28th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and 
devotion to duty in leading his platoon. On several occasions he withstood determined enemy 
attacks under intense bombardment, successfully directing his platoon when compelled to 
withdraw. 

ROBERTSON, 2/Lt. Frank Bruce ... ... ... ... ... i/Leicester 

QUADRILATERAL, 15/16 September, 1916. He performed most valuable work requiring 
great courage, twice passing through a very heavy barrage to obtain information. Previously 
he had done fine work. 

ROBINSON, Lieut. Harry ... ... ... ... 4(9)Northumberland Fusiliers 

MARESCHES, ist November, 1918. For great gallantry and good work. He advanced with 
his platoon to the RIVKR RHONELLE, placed a bridge across, and then successfully helped to 
mop-up the village of MAKESCHES. Later, after the enemy had counter-attacked, he advanced 
with two platoons, collecting men of other regiments, and eventually established our position 
north-east of the mill, which he held until relieved. In the operation he took 40 prisoners. 

ROBINSON, 2/Lt. Norgrove Stewart ... ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

ST. QUENTIX, aist March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. This 
officer, commanding the left -half battery, was engaged in pulling into position when the enemy 
opened a heavy and concentrated fire, inflicting a number of casualties on the men, who had 
been up all night. Only one gun was in position, but he got the second gun into action, only 
to be destroyed by a direct hit, which killed or wounded the whole detachment. Meantime, 
with great exertions he got the third gun into action, and kept the two guns firing till midday, 
when the ammunition was expended. His conduct throughout the day was admirable. 

ROCHFORD, 2/Lt. John Robert ... ... ... ... lo/Royal Warwick 

Near LOCPART WOOD, 25th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
in directing the fire of his company with the greatest coolness when the troops on both flanks 
had withdrawn. His splendid example inspired his men to hold on until the last possible 
moment, and in the final withdrawal he was again conspicuous in handling his men to provide 
the necessary covering fire. 

ROE, Lieut. Alfred ... ... ... ... 7/Lancashire Fusiliers 

Near ARMENTIERES, ist February, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He led his party to their final objective, obtained valuable identifications, and brought his 
party back without a casualty. He set his men a splendid example. 

ROLLES, 2/Lt. Nathaniel ... ... ... ... ... i4/Royal Warwick 

Near GODZEAUCOURT, 27th September, 1918. He led his platoon in the attack with con- 
spicuous gallantry under heavy fire to the further objective, during which his company lost 60 
per cent., including all the officers. His consistent courage and determination in the face of 
heavy odds in keeping his men together, and rallying leaderless men of other units, was worthy 
of the highest praise. 

ROSCOE, Major William ... ... ... 2/South Lancashire (25/M.G.C.) 

BEAUREVOIR. For gallantry, initiative and devotion to duty throughout the period 8th to 
i8th October, 1918. On the night 7/8 he was in charge of the machine-gun barrage in front 
of BEAUREVOIR. He moved his company into positions under heavy shell fire, personally 
reconnoitring each position and sighting all guns. Later, on iyth October, at LE CATEAU, he 
was again in charge of the machine gun barrages, which he contrived to fire repeatedly on 
various targets at the request of the infantry. 

ROSE, 2/Lt. Eric William ... ... ... ... ... Lancashire Fusiliers 

SAPIGNIES, 25th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in action. 
Although a very junior officer he commanded his company with great courage and ability, and 
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ROSE, Lieut. Matthew Howard ... ... ... ... 22/Manchester 

GUILLEMONT, 2ist August, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry and determination on recon- 
naissance. Having discovered some of the enemy in a dug-out at the bottom of a steep bank, 
and being accompanied by only one man. he returned to our lines, and the same night organised 
a successful bombing party against the dug-out, capturing a machine gun. The success of this 
raid was entirely due to the coolness and ability displayed by Lieut. Rose. 

KOSHER, Capt. John Brenchley ... ... ... ... jo/Durham L.I- 

Awarded ist January, 1917. 

ROUGHT, Lieut. Philip 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

ROWLAND, Capt. Frank Skinner ... ... ... ... 6/ Notts & Derby 

Near LIEVIN, gth May, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in making 
his way on two occasions to advanced posts which were under heavy hostile shell fire. He 
rallied and reorganised the men, who were considerably shaken, remaining with them until the 
enemy's fire slackened, and restoring their confidence. He showed great initiative and 
disregard of danger. 

BAR TO M.C. 

RICHEBOURG ST. VAAST, 3rd September, 1918. He handled his company with remarkable 
skill and gallantry in an attack. Being in support when the company in front was held up, he 
displayed commendable initiative and great disregard of danger in reconnoitring close to the 
enemy's position, whereby he was able to attack them in flank, killing or taking prisoners many 
of them, and capturing a machine gun. 

RUNDELL, Capt. Leslie Eric ... ... ... ... ... 7/London 

Loos, i4th February, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry. When the enemy exploded a 
mine, destroying a portion of our trench, his prompt initiative and disregard of personal danger 
under heavy fire enabled the near edge of the crater to be seized and consolidated. 

BAR TO M.C. 

VIMY RIDGE, 2 ist May, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry and ability during an enemy 
attack. He dealt most resolutely with a situation which for a while-was very precarious. 

RUTHERFORD, 2/Lt. Stanley ... ... ... ... 3/East Surrey 

Awarded 3rd June, 1918. 

SALTER, Lieut. Carl Russell Colley ... ... ... ... zo/London 

SHAB SALLAH, 2gth December, 1917. During the attack, after his company commander 
had become a casualty, he took charge of the company, which he reorganised under heavy 
machine-gun and rifle fire, repulsed an attack on his flank, and personally led a charge against 
the enemy on his front. His leadership, coolness and initiative largely contributed to the 
success of the operations. 

SAUNDERS, Capt. Cornelius James ... ... ... ... ... 24/London 

Awarded 3rd June, 1917. 

SAVAGE, 2/Lt. James Percival ... ... ... ... ... i3/London 

JERUSALEM, December, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. On the 
enemy gaining a temporary footing on the right flank of the line he immediately collected a 
few men and charged into the midst of the enemy, whom he succeeded in holding in check 
until that section ot the line was reorganised, after which the enemy were completely repulsed. 
His gallantry and presence of mind undoubtedly averted the possibility of critical 
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SAVOURS, 2/Lt. Herbert Jay ... ... ... ... 3/Royal Fusiliers 

FONTAINE-AU-BOIS, LsvAL and MONT DOURLERS, 3rd to 8th November, 1918. For con- 
spicuous skill and gallantry in leading his company during the operations. In spite of a 
dense fog he made good each stage of the advance until the final objective was reached, 
where his company captured an enemy field battery near LES ETOQUIES. He set a very 
fine example to his men. 

SAWNEY, 2/Lt. Leslie Thomas ... ... ... ... y/West Yorkshire 

BDCQUOY, 23/24 May, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in charge of 
a raiding party against a suspected hostile post, which he had previously located by a daring 
reconnaissance under heavy fire. When the raiding party approached the post the enemy 
were found to be on the alert and in great force, and his party came under heavy rifle fire. 
He nevertheless rushed forward in advance of his men and engaged the enemy in hand-to-hand 
fighting. Having inflicted severe casualties on them, he gave the signal for the raiding party 
t,o retire, and was himself the last man to leave the trench. His fine courage and leadership 
throughout set a fine example to all ranks with him. 

SCOONES, 2/Lt. Thomas Collins ... ... 2/Gordon Highlanders 

Awarded ist January, 1916. 

SCOTT, Capt. Charles Edell ... ... ... ... 12/K.R.R.C. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

SCOTT, 2/Lt. Frank Munro ... ... ... ... lo/Liverpool 

PASSCHENDAELE, 4th to lath October, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty in directing traffic during eight days' operations with very little rest. His fine example, 
great coolness and judgment had a marked influence on the troops crowded on the road, when 
excitement would have added to the dangers and difficulties caused by heavy congestion. 

SCOTT, Capt. Robert Francis Cloete ... ... ... ... ... i /Lincoln 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

SCOTT, Lieut. Theodore Gilbert ... ... ... ... ... 4/Norfolk 

VIRY NOREUIL, 24th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when 
at a critical stage of a heavy enemy attack he collected a party of 50 men at a bridgehead and 
directed a deadly fire upon the advancing enemy masses, delaying their advance. He continued 
to walk about under heavy machine-gun fire, encouraging his men until ordered to retire to a 
new line of defence. He set a magnificent example of courage and leadership. 

SCOTT-JAMES, 2/Lt. Rolfe Arnold ... ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

Near BEAURAIN, 28th March, 1918. Whilst the battery was in action, and also on the 
occasion when the guns had to be quickly withdrawn, he at all times, by his example and 
disregard of danger kept the detachments working coolly and efficiently, despite the most 
intense hostile shelling. 

SCUDAMORE, 2/Lt. Charles Greenwich ... ... ... ... 7/London 

HENINEL, i3th April, 1917. Although wounded he continued to lead his men, and gave 
directions for the holding of the captured positions, and returned to hand in his report before 
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SCURLOCK, Lieut. Stephen John ... ... ... ... 8/Lancashire Fusiliers 

Near MERRIES and CELERY COPSE, i3th August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and 
devotion to duty. After his company commander had been killed he ably reorganised his 
company, which had suffered heavy casualties, under heavy fire. He also made a personal 
reconnaissance and brought back very valuable information. He did fine work. 

SCRUTTON, Major Alan Edward ... ... i/Artists (2nd & isth Tank Corps) 

BAYONVILLERS, 8th August, 1918. This officer showed conspicuous ability and gallantry. 
In order to make certain that his tanks reached their starting-points in good time, and went 
into action ahead of the infantry, he went with them to the starting-point and went into action 
on foot with the infantry. He afterwards rallied his tanks at the rirst objective, reorganised 
them there, and detailed sections for tasks in the second phase of the operations. In this 
phase his tanks encountered heavy resistance from heavy field guns firing over open sights, but 
he nevertheless kept in close touch with them throughout, and went on with them to their final 
objective, which they reached after overcoming very formidable resistance at many points on 
the way. He has at all times shown remarkable initiative, powers of leadership, and contempt 
of danger. 

SCRUTTON, Lieut. John Austin ... ... ... ... ... R.E. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1916. 

SELFE, Capt. Arthur Edward Ferrour ... ... i /Artists : Coldstream Guards 

PILKEM RIDGE, 3ist July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
During an attack he displayed remarkable initiative and grasp of a difficult situation in 
capturing his own objective as well as a strong point outside his area which would have 
considerably held up the attack. On obtaining his objective he quickly reorganised under 
heavy machine-gun fire, and throughout this day and the following one kept his company going 
under the most adverse circumstances by his splendid personal example. 

SELIGSOHN, 2/Lt. Heinrich Leon ... ... ... ... ... 3/London 

NOREUIL, aand March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. Having 
brought up a party of men from the transport lines he took up a line in front of a village, where 
he was attacked in great force. He held out for many hours, but was finally driven back. He 
rallied his men on the other side of the village, and with the greatest dash and determination 
led a charge through the village and recaptured the line, thereby undoubtedly saving a very 
serious situation. 

BAR TO M.C. 

Near CHIPILLY, 8th August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry in action. With a small 
party of headquarter details he attacked the enemy in a wood, killing and making prisoners of 
several, and capturing many machine guns. His splendid example, until he was seriously 
wounded and unable to carry on, had a most inspiring effect on all ranks. 

SESSIONS, 2/Lt. Donald Humphrey ... ... ... ... ... R.F.C. 

In FRANCE, 2nd May to zoth November, 1917. During two months he did in hours 
flying on artillery work, often under heavy anti-aircraft fire. He constantly observed most 
successfully for the artillery, causing direct hits on gun pits, fires and explosions. 

SHANKS, Lieut. Martin Hollis ... ... ... ... ... i/Suffolk 

Awarded 3rd June, 1918. 

SHARP,. 2/Lt. Matthew ... ... ... ... ... ... 7/London 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 



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SHAW, Lieut. Walter Douglas ... ... Royal Fusiliers (io/Manchester} 

RIENCOURT, 3oth August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion during an attack, 
when his company was exposed to a very hostile barrage. His coolness and leadership took 
the company successfully through. Later, being exposed to heavy machine-gun fire, he halted 
his company, taking up a position in shell holes. He then led forward a platoon, outflanking 
the hostile machine guns, compelling them to withdraw, and successfully led the company to 
its objective. His courage and resource were worthy of the highest praise. 

SHEPHERD, Lieut. Walter Scott ... ... ... ... ... 2/Wilts 

Awarded ist January, 1917. 

SHERLOCK, Lieut. Cecil Claris ... ... ... ... ... y/Middlesex 

Near YPRES, 20/21 September, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He rallied his men, who had been scattered by shell fire, and led them forward to their work. 
He showed splendid courage and leadership, and rendered valuable service in his preparations 
for the attack. 

SHERLOCK, 2/Lt. Frederick ... ... ... "... ... 8/Norfolk 

IRLES, loth March, 1917. He displayed marked courage and determination in carrying 
out the work of clearing a village. He set a fine example to his men throughout, and succeeded 
in capturing 27 prisoners. 

SHILCOCK, 2/Lt. Harold Gordon ... ... ... 7/London (y/Middlesex) 

BULLECOURT, 3ist August, 1918. When his company commander was wounded shortly 
after the attack commenced he took command, and led his men with gallantry and resolution 
to their objective, where he held his position under difficult conditions and against determined 
efforts of the enemy to outflank and penetrate our line. His example of courage and able 
leadership largely contributed to the success achieved. 

SHORT, Capt. John Rodwell ... ... ... ... 1 3/ Yorkshire 

Near VILLERS GUISLAIN, i4th March, 1917. Prior to the raid on the enemy trenches he 
made several personal reconnaissances of the enemy's wire and positions, and it was largely 
owing to his gallantry and fine leadership that the attack was pressed home. The hostile 
trenches were entered, several of the enemy killed and two prisoners captured, at a time when 
identifications were of incalculable value. He had previously shown the greatest skill apd 
judgment in organising, equipping and training his men for the raid, for the undoubted success 
of svhich he was largely responsible. 

SHORT, 2/Lt. Harold ... ... ... ... i /Loyal North Lancashire 

N. of BAPAUME-CAMBRAI ROAD, 22nd March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devo- 
tion to duty in leading his platoon through a heavy barrage to reinforce a corps line. On the 
succeeding days, and until he was wounded, he was a model of coolness and courage to his 
men, and his cheerfulness throughout the operations was of invaluable assistance to all ranks 
with him. 

SIBRKE, Capt. Herbert John Hyde ... ... ... ... ... i/Norfolk 

LONGUEVAL, 27th July, 1916, and FALFEMONT FARM, 4th September, 1916. When his 
company was held up by machine-gun fire, and he himself was wounded, he continued to move 
about under heavy fire reorganising his company until he was again wounded. On another 
occasion he led an attack which resulted in the capture of 100 prisoners. 

SIMMONS, Capt. Frank Keith, M.V.O. ... ... i/Artists : a/Highland L.I. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 



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SIMPSON, 2/Lt. James Gordon ... ... ... ... i2/ Royal Sussex 

WYISCHAETE, i6th April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. Under 
very heavy lire he successfully led his company in a counter-attack to their objective. He was 
twice wounded, but continued to encourage his men to advance. He set a fine example of 
devotion to duty and contempt for personal safety. 

SINCLAIR, 2/Lt. Eric Russell ... ... Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders 

Near YPRES, aoth September, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in an 
attack. Though wounded at the beginning of the attack he went forward and established his 
platoon in a good position on their objective. When heavily counter-attacked, he showed a 
fine example of courage and initiative which contributed largely to the repulse of the enemy. 

SIZEN, 2/Lt. Reginald ... ... ... ... ... 6/Royal Fusiliers 

BOURLON WOOD, ayth November to 3rd December, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and 
devotion to duty when in command of a platoon. His company commander having become a 
casualty during an attack, he took command, displaying great courage and skill in consolidating 
the posts at the objective, and suffering few casualties although the area was swept by heavy 
fire. He set a fine example of keenness and cheerfulness and was ever ready to grasp the 
situation, and act on it with rapidity and discretion. 

BAR TO M.C. 

E. of AucHONViLLERS-AvELUY WOOD, 26th to 2gth March, 1918. For conspicuous 
gallantry and devotion to duty. He was in command of a platoon, and by his own personal 
gallantry and powers of leadership was instrumental in keeping his part of the line intact and 
breaking up enemy attacks. On another occasion, owing to casualties, he was placed in 
command of a company, with which he held the right of the line and carried out a most 
successful and difficult relief. He showed splendid powers of command, and set a very high 
example during a most trying period. 

SKEVINGTON, Capt. Alan Percival ... ... ... 2/West Yorks (M.G.C.) 

BOURLON WOOD and MOEUVRES, agth November to 5th December, 1917. For conspicuous 
gallantry and devotion to duty. He performed most efficient and gallant service in the 
handling of his machine guns, and assisted materially in repelling an enemy attack. His guns 
were subjected to intense shell fire, and four of them were put out of action, but he held his 
position for eight days, setting'his men a splendid example of determination and resource. 

SKIPPON, 2/Lt. David Leslie ... ... ... ... i4/Tank Corps 

Near VILLERS-LES-CAGNICOUKT, September and, 1918. His tank proceeded well ahead 
of the infantry, and in face of direct and accurate enemy field-gun fire he showed great 
determination in overcoming enemy resistance. He continued fighting his tank until it 
received several direct hits, himself and all his crew being badly wounded. The action of 
this officer's tank was particularly gallant and useful. 

SLANEY, 2/Lt. Arnold John Robinson ... ... ... ... ry/London 

JERUSALEM, 8th November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
Leading his platoon on the directing flank of the assault, his courage and fine leadership 
enabled his men to carry the objective and advance beyond, it on the heels of the retreating 
enemy, who suffered heavy casualties. Taking up a line with marked rapidity, he organised 
his defence with great skill, and from it inflicted further heavy casualties on the enemy, whose 
whole line gave way. 

SLATER, Lieut. George Edward Herbert ... ... ... ... i/Border 

Near HOOGEMOLEN, aand October, 191-8. For great gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
held his company together in the assembly position when subjected to heavy shell fire. Later, 
he led them to the assault and penetrated the enemy's lines to a depth of 1,500 yards. With 
his strength reduced to 19 rifles, he held on for some time and then withdrew to a fresh 
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SMART, 2/Lt. James Lamont .. ... ... 8/\Vest Yorks (M.G.C.) 

Near G\VRELLE, 23rd April, 1917 For conspicuous gallantry and skill in an attack, when 
he succeeded in getting all his guns into position under heavy fire, and inflicting very severe 
casualties on the enemy. He set a fine example of courage and initiative. 

SMART, 2/Lt. William Pechey ... ... ... ... 5/Liverpool 

Near ARMENTIERES, 7/8 February, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
during a raid on the enemy's trenches. He commanded a party which searched the enemy's 
trenches and captured eight of the enemy and one machine gun. By his personal example of 
determination and courage he was responsible for the success achieved by his party. Before 
the raid he had reconnoitred " No Man's Land " under enemy machine-gun fire, and obtained 
valuable information. 

SMIRKE, Capt. Edward Alexander ... ... ... 7/Lancashire Fusiliers 

TEMPLEUX QUARRIES, 2ist March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
during a retirement, when he took command of the battalion, which he retained until wounded. 
By his cool leadership and personal disregard of all danger he held his men together in the 
most difficult circumstances, organising and leading counter-attacks continuously. 

SMITH, Lieut. Arthur Wedgwood Gifford ... ... ... ... 7(2)Bedford 

PREUX AU Bois, 4th November, 1918. During the attack, while acting as battalion 
intelligence officer he showed great skill in marking out the route for the approach march and 
getting the battalion into position on a very dark night. Subsequently, when the situation was 
obscure, he went forward under heavy fire, and got in touch with all the companies, and 
established a report centre practically in the front line, sending back information which was 
invaluable in dealing with enemy strong points. 

SMITH, 2/Lt. Ernest Rees ... ... ... Motor Machine Gun Corps 

Near LA VACQUERIE, ist December, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
During the defence of our position, by his splendid example of courage and coolness, he 
undoubtedly saved some of the guns of a neighbouring brigade and effectively checked the 
enemy's advance in that sector. After the guns had been got away he remained in defence 
of the positions. He sent in valuable information to the generals of two brigades, carried out 
machine-gun defence work, and greatly assisted in organising the infantry defence. 

SMITH, 2/Lt. Frank Edward Corbitt Douglas ... .. 3/Durham L.L 

Near YPRES, aoth to 22nd September, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. During a counter-attack by the enemy he led his platoon forward out of the trenches, 
the better to meet the attack, and brought his left flank up so that the enemy were enfiladed 
and driven back in disorder. He set a fine example to his men throughout the operations. 

SMITH, 2/Lt. George Ernest ... ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

Near MORCHIES, i5th April, 1917. He got his battery into action in spite of the most 
difficult conditions, and rendered invaluable assistance to the infantry at a critical time. 

SMITH, Capt. Geoffery Hubert ... ... ... ... i/Coldstream Guards 

Near MOYENVILLE, 2ist to zyd August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and fine leader- 
ship in an attack through an impsnetrable fog. On reaching the objective his company 
commander was killed. He at once took charge and reorganised the company, which was being 
heavily bombarded. Later he captured the final objective, and although his right flank was in 
the air he so disposed his command as to give very good security. 

SMITH, 2/Lt. Gordon Richard ... .. ... ... 3/West Riding 

Near ROBECQ, iSth July, 1918. For most gallant service in connection with a raid. Though 
severely wounded shortly after his Stokes mortars opened he urged his teams to continue firing. 
Four men were killed and one wounded besides himself, but owing to his indomitable spirit the 
survivors stuck it out and competed ths firing. The barrage was most accurate, many enemy 
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SMITH, Lieut. Morrison Churchill ... ... ... ... ... R.M.L.I. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

SMITH, Capt. Harold Rees ... ... .. ... ... ... M.G % Corps 

Near GUEMAPPE, 23rd April, 1917. He commanded his tank in a most successful manner. 
He destroyed a machine-gun emplacement and several snipers' posts, and later materially 
assisted in stemming the enemy advances. 

SMITH, Lieut. Leslie Horace ... ... ... ... ... M.G. Corps 

JONCOURT, ist October, 1918. For great gallantry and good work. When two of his guns 
and teams were partly buried by enemy barrage prior to a counter-attack he extricated such of 
the men as had not become casualties. He then under very heavy fire pushed forward four 
guns to the advanced posts, and defended the exposed left flank of the brigade, engaging enemy 
parties at close range and effectively breaking them up. 

SMITH, 2/Lt. Percy Landon ... ... ... ... u/Royal Warwick 

RIEZ DU VINAGE, 3oth June, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in 
commanding a wave of a raiding party which successfully penetrated the enemy's lines in day- 
light. Heavy casualties were inflicted on the enemy, about 50 being killed and five taken 
prisoners. He was almost entirely responsible for the preliminary reconnaissance. He did 
splendid service. 

SMITH, 2/Lt. Sydney Bernard ... ... ... Loyal North Lancashire 

RICHEBOURG L'AvouE, January, 1917. He carried out a dangerous reconnaissance of the 
enemy's wire. Accompanied by another officer and N.C.O. he forced his way to the enemy's 
trench. Later, although himself wounded, he assisted to carry a wounded man a distance of 
250 yards. 

SMITH, Capt. Walter Campbell ... ... ... ... ... i/Artists 

Awarded ist January, 1917. 

SMITH, Capt. William Leslie ... ... ... ... ... 2/Worcester 

Awarded 3rd June, 1918. 

SMITHER, Capt. Samuel Thomas ... ... ... ... io(i7)London 

S. of YPRES-COMINES CANAL, 7th June, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty in command of a bombing party which was to co-operate with the tanks in the capture of 
a position. The tanks having failed to arrive at the right moment, he successfully took the 
position with a bombing party, and established communication with the battalion on his left, 
displaying great coolness and resource at a critical moment. 

BAR TO M.C. 

CONTALMAISON, 25th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When 
the enemy were pressing their attacks down a communication trench this officer, moving along 
the top of the parapet and using his revolver, himself led two counter-attacks which drove the 
enemy back. His courage and the determination with which he led his men undoubtedly 
produced this successful result. 

SECOND BAR TO M.C. 

Near MOISLAINS, 5/6 September, 1918. During the operations he displayed great gallantry 
and initiative in leading his company to the attack, and also in assisting the other company 
commanders, who were junior subalterns, in the reorganisation and consolidation. His con- 
tempt of danger set a fine example to those under him, and his clear reports of the situation 
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SOLOMON, Staff-Capt. Jerrold Bernard 2/Oxford& Bucks L.I. (R.F.C.) 

In FRANCE, aoth and 24th November, 1917. He carried out a patrol lasting nearly three 
hours in a very high wind and low clouds, flying at an average height of 500 ft., and brought 
back a valuable report. During the flight he attacked and drove down an enemy two-seater 
machine under heavy rifle and machine-gun fire from the ground. He also made a valuable 
reconnaissance in very bad weather, flying at an average height of 100 ft. under heavy rifle and 
machine-gun fire, in the course of which he engaged a hostile battery with his machine gun. 
He set a splendid example of courage and determination. 

SOUTTEN, Major Arthur Camilla ... ... ... ... ... n/London 

Near YPRES, 23rd September, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He was on his way to a forward post alone when he saw a party of six of the enemy approach- 
ing. He covered them with his revolver and took them all prisoners. 

BAR TO M.C. 

CROZAT CANAL, 21/22 March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion in action 
when he went forward with four scouts to locate the position of the enemy. During the 
reconnaissance his four scouts were wounded, and it was only by crawling under heavy fire 
that he was able to take back information of the highest importance. His courage and deter- 
mination were very marked. 

SOWARD, 2/Lt. Frank ... ... ... ... ... ... 5/D. C.L.I. 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

SPAFFORD, 2/Lt. Arnold Victor ... ... ... .... 3/VVest Riding 

HAVRINCOURT, ifth to i8th September, 1918. When the company commander became a 
casualty this officer took charge, and led on with great skill and gallantry, securing the objective, 
which was strongly held by the enemy. For a time his advance was held up by machine guns, 
but after a personal reconnaissance he worked up a trench with bombing squads and Lewis 
gunners, and drove the enemy out with great loss. 

SPENCER, 2/Lt. Joseph Thomas .. ... ... ... ... 8(2)London 

E. of POZIERES, igth September, 1918. For most conspicuous gallantry during the opera- 
tions. This officer gallantly rallied his men under very heavy hostile machine-gun fire, rushed 
the machine-gun post, and succeeded in taking the crew prisoner. During this period he 
displayed an utter disregard of danger and inspired his men. He was subsequently wounded. 

SPICER, 2/Lt. Edward Masters ... ... ... ... 4/East Lancashire 

Near PASSCHENDAELE, gth October, 1917. When in command of his platoon he was largely 
instrumental in repelling counter-attacks, and regained control over his men in very trying 
circumstances. 

SPRAWSON, Capt. Evelyn Charles ... ... ... ... ... R.A.M.C. 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

SPURRELL, Lieut. Richard Kenilworth ... ... ... ... g/D. C.L.I. 

Near ARRAS, 141!] October, 1917. When he was in command of a section of a raiding 
party his section encountered severe opposition, but effected an entry by hand-to-hand fighting, 
during which he personally killed two of the enemy, his party taking eight prisoners. He had 
previously carried out two reconnaissances. 

SQUIRE, 2/Lt. Edwin Ross ... ... ... ... ... ... 5/Lincoln 

Near LENS, ist July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when com- 
manding a flank company of an assault. Finding the enemy in a strong position and offering 
considerable resistance he at once organised his company for defence, and repulsed two 
counter-attacks. Throughout the day he held on to the positions he had taken, organising 
them in a very able manner under heavy fire of all kinds, and doing work which was extremely 
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STAHL, Capt. Arthur ... ... ... ... .. ... R.F.A. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

STALMAN, Lieut. Alfred Claude ... ... ... ... 6/West Riding 

Near BAILLEUL, i3th April. 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
During an attack by the enemy this officer noticed a dangerous gap in our line on the flank of 
the brigade. He immediately counter-attacked with much gallantry under heavy fire, and 
although shot through the arm he succeeded in retaking and holding our original posts. 

STANCLIFF, 2/Lt. Robert ... ... ... ... ... ... 2/London 

BEAURAINS, 18/19 March, 1917. He led his platoon in a most gallant manner, and 
personally reconnoitred an enemy trench. Later he single-handed attacked and captured two 
of the enemy. He was subsequently wounded. 

STATON, 2/Lt. William Ernest ... ... ... ... ... R.A.F. 

IN FRANCE, March, 1918. On one occasion, when on offensive patrol, he, by the skilful 
handling of his machine and accurate shooting, destroyed two enemy aeroplanes and brought 
down a third out of control. In addition, during the nine days previous to this, he had 
destroyed five other enemy machines, two of these being triplanes. The services which he has 
rendered have been exceptionally brilliant, and his skill and determination are deserving of the 
highest praise. 

STEEL, 2/Lt. Edward Gerald ... ... ... ... ... 2o/London 

EAUCOURT L'ABBAYE, 1/4 October, 1916. He led his platoon with great courage and 
determination to their final objective. Later he consolidated and maintained his position 
for four days until relieved. He set a splendid example to his men. 

STENTIFORD, Lieut. Ronald Hastings ... ... ... 5/Leicester (M.G.C.) 

Near LENS, 8/9 June, 1917. He led his sub-section forward under heavy fire with great 
initiative and determination, and by his supporting fire at point blank range enabled the 
storming party to get forward. Later in the attack he covered the retirement with great skill, 
successfully accounting for 50 of the enemy, who were approaching over the open. He did 
not withdraw his guns until the last possible moment. 

BAR TO M.C. 

Near DICKEBUSCH, 7/9 May, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. This 
officer was in charge of a section of guns for three days' fighting. After enduring a heavy 
bombardment, when both he and his men were suffering from the effects of gas. he accom- 
plished a counter-attack in the evening. When the bulk of the infantry was checked he 
pressed on by using concealed approaches with a thin wave of infantry, and came into action 
just behind, filling a gap which might at any moment have been penetrated by the enemy. He 
showed the greatest coolness and judgment in getting his guns into position and checking the 
enemy. 

STEPHENS, 2/Lt. George ... ... ... ... ... ... /Gloucester 

Near BIACHES, 4th February. 1917. He handled his platoon with great gallantry, and 
materially assisted in repelling a strong enemy raiding party. 

STEPHENS, 2/Lt. Kenneth Thomas ... ... ... ... ... 3/ Worcester 

MONT DE LILLE, i3th April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
During a hostile attack he showed the greatest courage and initiative. With another officer he 
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STEPHENS, Capt. Warren Trestrail ... ... ... ... 6/Notts & Derby 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

STEVENS, 2/Lt. Cyril Parker ... ... ... ... ... 3/D. C.L.I. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

STEVENS, Capt. William Cecil ... ... ... ... ... i/VVorcester 

Near YPRES, 3ist July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. During 
important operations he showed very quick grasp of the situation, and was of the greatest 
assistance to his commanding officer. On one occasion, when no orderlies were available, he 
himself carried an important message under very heavy shell fire with the utmost fearlessness 
and disregard of personal danger. 

BAR TO M.C. 

Near ST. CHRIST, N. of SOMME, from 22nd March to 2nd April, 1918. For conspicuous 
gallantry and devotion to duty during n days of very severe fighting. Throughout the whole 
of this period, acting as adjutant, his untiring efforts were constantly directed to the handling 
of the battalion, and his fine example set a standard for all ranks, which enabled them to carry 
out the duties assigned to them. After his commanding officer had been wounded he assumed 
increased responsibilities with the greatest courage and resource, and the ability of the 
battalion to respond to the calls made on it at critical moments was largely due to his fine work. 

SECOND BAR TO M.C. 

TRESLON and SOULEUSE RIDGES, 27th May, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion 
to duty during an enemy attack. He did invaluable work in keeping men of his battalion 
together during severe fighting under heavy fire, when any lack of resolution would have been 
fatal to prospects of success. Two days later he was conspicuous by the way in which he 
helped to control the fight and reorganise defences during a long and hard-fought fight. 

STEWART, Lieut. Oliver ... ... ... ... ... g/Middlesex (R. F.C.) 

Between BRUGES and OSTEND, i3th July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion 
to duty. He has done consistent good work for six months, both on escorts and offensive 
patrols, and has displayed great fearlessness and skill during severe fighting at close range with 
enemy machines, successfully holding his own, although on several occasions outnumbered 
by them. 

STEWART, 2/Lt. William Hinton ... ... ... 2 nth Siege Battery (R.G. A.) 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

STONE, Capt. William Herbert ... ... ... ... i/Royal Warwick 

Near MERVILLE, 28th June, 1918. During an attack he led his company with conspicuous 
gallantry and great dash to the capture of their objective. He then took a party with a Lewis 
gun in pursuit of the retreating enemy, on whom he inflicted severe losses. Having destroyed 
a bridge over the river he consolidated a selected position well in advance of the objective, and 
though badly wounded he continued to direct operations for some time. During all this time 
he was under heavy enemy machine-gun and sniping fire at short range. 

STOREY, 2/Lt. Kenneth ... ... ... ... ... 2/Durham L.I. 

HOOGE, gth August, 1915. For conspicuous gallantry and skill when in command of 
bombing parties. He was seriously wounded while directing his men. The success of our 
attack and the subsequent holding of the position were largely due to the coolness and dash of 
the bomb throwers under 2/Lt. Storey. 

STORM, 2/Lt. William George ... ... ... ... 5/York & Lancaster 

THIEPVAL, 16/17 September, 1916. He led a party of volunteers in an attempt to surprise 
an enemy post. Though unsuccessful, owing to heavy machine-gun fire, he succeeded by fine 
leadership in bringing back the whole of his party, including the wounded. He himself was 
the last to return. 

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STUT, Lieut. Frank Moxon ... ... ... ... ... 2o/Hussars 

HAIRPIN, 25/26 January, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry and resource. When he heard 
of an enemy working-party in the vicinity he took a corporal and light machine gun down a 
sap, mounted the corporal on his back to enable the latter to fire over the parapet, and opened 
fire. Later, mounted on the corporal's back, Lieut. Stout opened fire, although by this time 
they had been discovered. Next morning 14 dead enemy were counted, and more must have 
been wounded. 

STRATTON, 2/Lt. Gilbert Leonard ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

RAMADI, nth July, 1917. When his section was subjected to intense and accurate fire 
from six hostile guns he worked with great courage and coolness, and succeeded in silencing 
two of them. Though exposed to the fiercest heat he displayed extraordinary energy through- 
out the day, and set a fine example of courage and determination to his section. 

STRODE, Capt. Maurice ... ... ... ... ... 2/West Surrey 

GHELUVELT, 26th October, 1917. When several battalions were held up by machine-gun 
fire, and many men of different units were without leaders owing to casualties, although he was 
on duty at battalion headquarters, he voluntarily went forward, and in spite of heavy fire got 
100 men into a suitable defensive position. 

BAR TO M.C. 
Awarded ist January, 1918. 

SULLIVAN, 2/Lt. Stanley Frederick ... ... ... ... ... /Gloucester 

Near POELCAPPELLE, gth October, 1917. When in command of his platoon during an 
attack he captured a concrete emplacement held by two enemy machine guns, and later assisted 
in capturing a strong point by working round its flank. He took out a patrol of six men to 
gain touch with the company on his right, and though three were killed he continued until he 
had gained touch. 

SUTCLIFFE, Lieut. Fred ... ... ... ... ... ... 8/Hants 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

TAMBLYN, Capt. Horace William ... ... ... iBist Tunnelling Co. R.E. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

TAPPER, Capt. Michael John ... ... ... i/Artists (Tank Corps) 

This officer has acted as Staff Captain to the brigade since its formation on ist February, 
1917. Throughout the ARRAS battle, the operations in the YPRES SALIENT from 3ist July to 
2oth October, and the CAMBRAI battle, he has shown the utmost untiring energy and capacity 
for organisation. The task of providing supplies, etc., has often been one of very great 
difficulty, but on no occasion has there been any failure in the arrangements he has made. 

TAPLIN, Capt. George Aubrey ... ... ... 65th Siege Battalion (R.G. A.) 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

TAPPLY, Capt. Mark ... ... ... ... ... ... lo/Norfolk 

Near ALBERT, 26/27 March, 1918. During the enemy attack he rushed forward, and by 
his coolness and courage inspired such confidence in his men whose officers were casualties 
that a new line was established. On the following day, when the enemy were about to attack 
a detached post, he collected reinforcements and led them to the post, which he found to be 
surrounded by the enemy. Cutting his way through the enemy he succeeded in establishing 
a fresh position from which the enemy could be checked. His courage, skill and initiative 
were most conspicuous. 

TARRANT, 2/Lt. Henry Geoffrey Nelson ... ... ... 6/Royal Berks 

Near MIRAUMONT TRENCH, i7th February, 1917. He pushed home the attack with such 
determination that, in spite of weak numbers, he succeeded in capturing 70 prisoners. He 
finally got in touch with the unit on his left, and consolidated the position he had gained. 



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TAUTZ, z/Lt. Reginald Hugh ... ... lO/Manchester (Loyal N. Lanes) 

Near NIELTZE, 19/20 May, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when in 
command of a raiding party. Finding the gap, previously cut, had been repaired, he cut his 
way through under fire and cleared 70 yards of enemy trench, displaying the greatest determin- 
ation and courage. 

TAYLOR, Capt. Bruce Mitchell ... ... ... ... ... i/D.C.L.I. 

Awarded i4th January, 1916. 

BAR to M.C. 

GIVENCHY SECTOR, 6/7 February, 1917. During a raid on the enemy's trenches he directed 
the operations with marked skill, and set a splendid example to all ranks. 

TAYLOR, Lieut. Ernest Reginald ... ... ... ... ... 7/Essex 

Near HOLLEBEKE, 26th July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when 
battalion signalling officer. When his headquarters were heavily shelled and set on fire he 
remained behind at great personal risk to collect his instruments and disconnect the telephone, 
although he well knew that the ammunition stored there might explode at any moment. The 
dug-out blew up very shortly afterwards, and he then went to another station under very 
heavy shell fire and sent back valuable information to the brigade. 

TAYLOR, 2/Lt. George Arthur ... ... ... ... ... 4/Lancaster 

Near YPRES, 2oth September, 1917. He led his company with the greatest gallantry and 
resource, personally initiating and carrying out a successful assault upon an enemy strong 
point. He reached his objective and carried out consolidation in spite of heavy fire. He was 
a constant example of courage and determination to his company. 

TAYLOR, Lieut. Leslie Francis ... ... ... ... ... i/K.R.R.C. 

VILLERS-BRETONNEUX, a6th April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He brought a machine gun and team into a position which enfiladed the enemy's attack, and, 
driving them back, caused their capture by another party. His section then remained in 
position on a railway embankment, preventing any penetration by the enemy. 

TERRY, Capt. Sidney Frederick ... ... ... ... ... I/Wilts 

Awarded 3rd June, 1918. 

THOMAS, 2/Lt. Lewis John ... ... ... ... ... 4(i5)Welch 

MOUVAL, ist September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and initiative in an assault. He 
led his company with the greatest dash, and accounted for nine machine guns and their teams. 
Single-handed, when on one occasion separated from his company, he effected the capture of 
15 of the enemy, whom he forced to surrender while he covered the entrance of the dug-out. 
He showed splendid courage and determination. 

THOMAS, Lieut. Robert William ... ... ... ... ... 7/London 

Near BOURLON WOOD, 2/3 December, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty during a night attack. All the other officers of the company were wounded, and owing to 
darkness and heavy hostile fire entrenching became a matter of great difficulty. He displayed 
great skill and coolness in establishing communication with the troops on either flank and 
getting his men well dug in before daylight. 

THOMAS, 2/Lt. Thomas ... ... ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

ASIAGO PLATEAD, isthjune, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
took two linesmen over two miles along heavily-shelled roads and re-established communica- 
tion after the telephone lines had been cut. Throughout the day he showed complete disregard 
of danger. 

THOMPSON, Capt. Arnold John ... ... ... Adjutant i/Scots Guards 

Awarded 3rd June, 1917. 



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THOMPSON, Capt. Claude Ernest ... ... ... ... 2/South Lancashire 

Awarded 3rd June, 1916. 

BAR TO M.C. 

WIELTZE, 3ist July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. Having 
gone forward to clear up the situation he found it was critical owing to the enemy envelopment 
of our left flank. He promptly organised a defensive flank, which held out long enough to save 
a arge portion of the brigade from being cut off. It was due to his ability and promptness that 
a disaster was averted, and his good staff work contributed very largely to the success of the 
whole operation. 

THOMPSON, Capt. George Kenneth ... ... ... 5/East Lancashire (g/Yorks) 

ROE DU Bois, on night of 3ist December, 1915, and ist January, 1916. :For conspicuous 
gallantry and ability. Although hampered by searchlights and Verey lights, he led, with 
great dash and determination, a successful attack on the enemy trenches. 

BAR TO M.C. 

CONTALMAISON, ioth July, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry in action. He led the first 
line in the attack with great dash, and though wounded stuck to his duty and continued to do 
fine work until midnight, when he was ordered back with a message. He was then sent to 
hospital. 

THOMSON, Lieut. George Gordon ... ... ... ... 3/Gloucester 

Near MORLANCOURT, 8th August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
during an attack. As battalion signalling officer he kept up communication with companies, on 
one occasion repairing the wire under intense shell fire. When the adjutant became a casualty 
he assumed his duties, and it was largely due to his energy and fine example that the troops 
were quickly reorganised and the line firmly established. 

THORNE, Lieut. Alfred John Parker ... ... West Lancashire Div. Eng. (R.E.) 

Near YPRES, aoth September, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in 
constantly going backwards and forwards under heavy shell and snipers' fire to ensure the 
consolidation of two points. It was largely due to his fine example and contempt for danger 
that the work was so rapidly and successfully completed. He has shown a fine example of 
coolness and courage on many occasions. 

BAR TO M.C. 

Near MESPLAUX FARM, gth April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
when detailed to reconnoitre a bridge which had been unsatisfactorily demolished. Despite an 
enemy machine gun directed on the bridge he made his reconnaissance, returning for explosives, 
and then assisted in placing and firing the charges. His coolness was largely responsible for 
the satisfactory demolition of this bridge, which the enemy were known to be within 30 yards of. 

THORNE, Capt. Philip Howard ... ... ... ... ~. R.E. 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

TIDDY, 2/Lt. Eric William Lacey ... ... ... ... ... /Gloucester 

KNOLL, 24/25 April, 1917. The two companies on his left overshot their objective, and 
were cut off. He displayed great bravery and judgment in moving his company to such a 
position as to be able to finally hand over a continuous line. He set a fine example 
throughout. 

TIDY, Capt. Warwick Edward ... ... ... ... 9/Manchester 

Awarded ist January, 1917. 

TILLEY, Capt. John Ernest ... ... ... ... i2/Hampshire 

HAMEL, 28th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty, both in 
command of his company and also temporarily in command of the battalion, when he led a 
successful counter-attack after a day and night of intense bombardment, during which the 
battalion suffered heavy losses. He set a fine example to officers and men by his courage and 
initiative. 

TOMLING, Flying-Officer George Gibson ... . ... ... R.A.F. 

Awarded i2th February, 1919. 



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TOTTON, Capt. Arthur Knyvett ... ... ... ... ... i/D.C.L.I. 

GUILLEMONT, 3rd September, 1916. Though wounded early in the day he led on to the 
first objective, where he bombed the enemy dug-outs, and was again hit by a bomb. He then 
went on to the second objective, being wounded a third time on the way. 

TOWER, 2/Lt. Herbert George Eric ... ... ... ... ... 3/Norfolk 

AVION, 23/24 April, 1917. He carried out a dangerous reconnaissance in order to report on 
the enemy's wire, and later attacked with his company, and although severely wounded he 
continued to direct and encourage all ranks with him. 

TREACHER, 2/Lt. Henry ... ... ... ... ... 9/Royal Surrey 

Awarded ist January, 1917. 

BAR TO M.C. 

MARBAUT, aoth July, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and initiative. He went with his 
runner to the flank of the company that was being enfiladed by machine-gun fire, and, working 
forward under heavy fire, killed the gunner with a bomb and captured the gun. His skill 
and dash were worthy of great praise and saved many casualties. 

TRELOAR, Capt. George Devine, D.S.O. ... ... ... Coldstream Guards 

FONTAINE NOTRE DAME, 27th November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion 
to duty. He led his company in an attack with great skill and daring to the furthest objective 
under intense fire, consolidated his position, and repulsed three counter-attacks. When the 
enemv got round his flank, which had become exposed, he carried out a masterly withdrawal, 
inflicting heavy casualties on the advancing enemy. He established a defensive position, and 
collected troops of all units to join in the defence. He showed magnificent energy, leadership 
and courage. 

TRERY, Lieut. Norman Horace ... ... 54th (Wessex) Field Coy., R.E. 

RIVER ESCAUT, near ESPAIN. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty on the 
night of 26/27 October, 1918, whilst charged with making and launching rafts across the 
river. The work throughout was subjected to heavy fire, and his party was driven off it 
several times. At length he called for volunteers and succeeded in launching the raft, crossing 
to the enemy bank and making fast the tow rope. 

TRIMM, 2/Lt. Charles Algernon ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

POTYZE, igth August, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when the 
battery position was being heavily shelled. The camouflage of two guns caught fire, and this 
officer at once ran out and, filling buckets from adjacent shell-holes, succeeded in extinguishing 
the fire, although the sandbags around the guns had caught alight. After he had got under 
cover he saw that an ammunition dump had been hit and was alight, and he, accompanied by 
a gunner, again went out to extinguish the fire. 

TROHEAR, 2/Lt. Thomas ... ... ... ... ... 3/Notts & Derby 

Near RIBF.COURT, aoth November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He crossed difficult country six times under heavy fire to keep touch with the company on his 
left. On arrival at the objective he led the way down an enemy dug-out and captured two 
officers and 15 other ranks. 

TUNSTALL, Capt. the Rev. James Thomas ... Royal Army Chaplain's Dept. (i /Lincoln) 

Near YPRES, 4/5 October, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in dressing 
the woun 'ed, succouring the dying, and burying the dead under fire. On two occasions when 
the aid post in which he was working was blown in he succeeded in extricating all the wounded, 
although under heavy fire. 

BAR TO M.C. 

Ovn LERS, 23/24 October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty tending 
and evacuating wounded during the attacks. He followed close behind the leading troops 
throughout the attack, and by collecting and locating wounded under heavy shell fire, and by 
bringing ambulances forward, was personally responsible for the evacuation of large numbers 
of casualties. 



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TURNBULL, Capt. Maxwell ... ... ... ... ... ... 3/Border 

Awarded 3rd June, 1918. 

TURNER, 2/Lt. Alfred Hartin ... ... ... 9(8) E. Surrey (55th T.M.B.) 

ALBERT, 22nd August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and good leadership during the 
attack when in charge of a section of light trench mortars. He kept his guns in action for an 
hour at zero under heavy shelling, and then took them forward, bringing them to bear on an 
enemy machine-gun post, which he destroyed. Later he again moved them up and assisted 
the front line troops, his initiative being of great assistance. 

TURNER, Lieut. Harold Keynes ... ... ... ... z/Shropshire L.I. 

Awarded ist January, 1916. 

UMBERS, Lieut. John Ludford ... ... ... 4/Northumberland Fusiliers 

Near ASIAGO, i5th June, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during an 
enemy attack. He was responsible for obtaining much valuable information concerning the 
enemy's movements throughout the day under heavy shell fire, and thus enabled the various 
situations to be dealt with rapidly and successfully. He did valuable service. 

VANN, Capt. Bernard William ... ... ... ... 8/Notts & Derby 

For conspicuous gallantry on several occasions : 

KEMMEL, 24th April, 1915. When a small advanced trench which he occupied was blown 
in, and he himself wounded. and half buried, he showed the greatest determination in organising 
the defence and rescuing buried men under heavy fire. Although wounded and severely 
bruised, he refused to leave his post till directly ordered to do so. 

YPRES, 3ist July and subsequent days, he ably assisted another officer to hold the left 
trench of the line, setting a fine example to those around him. He was slightly wounded. 
On various occasions he has led patrols up to the enemy's trenches and obtained valuable 
information. 

BAR TO M.C. 

BLAIRVILLE, 21/22 September, 1916. He led a daring raid against the enemy's trenches, 
himself taking five prisoners and displaying great courage and determination. He has on 
many previous occasions done fine work. 

VAUGHAN, Lieut. Edwin Stephen C. ... ... ... 8/Royal Warwick 

LANDRECIES, 4th November, 1918. During the attack he displayed great courage and 
determination. In face of strong opposition he led his men forward to their objective, resulting 
in the capture of the bridge across the canal before the enemy could destroy it. Later, during 
the advance towards MAROILLES, 5/6 November, he again did good work. 

VERGETTE, 2/Lt. George ... ... ... .-. ... ... R.F.A. 

HEUDECOURT, 2ist March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in action. 
When the battery wagon lines came under heavy shell and gas shell fire, he superintended their 
clearing under great difficulties owing to the casualties inflicted. He then went through a 
very heavy gas shell barrage and informed the battery of the new position of the wagon lines. 
Throughout the operations he set a fine example of grit and courage. 

VERNON, 2/Lt. Cyril Harker ... ... ... ... ... 4/Welch 

RAILWAY WOOD, zoth May, 1917. In spite of being subjected to very heavy fire he 
succeeded in destroying an enemy barricade. He was very severely wounded. 

VINCENT, 2/Lt. Cecil Richard Causabon ... ... ... ... i8/London 

Near BOURLON, 30th November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He was in command of a company holding the line against an enemy attack, and showed the 
greatest courage and resource under heavy shell fire. He organised his command with great 
ability in critical circumstances, and set a fine example to his men. 



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Voss, 2/Lt. Gordon Philips ... ... ... ... ... Tank Corps 

Awarded ist January, 1917. 

BAR TO M.C. 

YPRES, 3ist July, 1917. He went forward with the attacking infantry to act as guide to 
the tanks. He rendered valuable service under heavy machine-gun fire to a tank which was 

Eut out of action. Though slightly wounded he continued his work, and under heavy fire 
elped three tanks back to their positions after the attack. His coolness and example under 
firehad a great effect on his men. 

WADSWORTH, Lieut. Arthur ... ... ... ... i3/Middlesex 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

WAGNER, Lieut. Dixon Park ... ... ... ... n/Dublin Fusiliers 

Near BOESINGHE, gth August, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
Having taken over and established two advanced posts close to a farm which was strongly held 
by the enemy, he displayed the greatest gallantry and determination during the difficult work 
of consolidation under close rifle fire and heavy shelling. 

BAR TO M.C. 

ST. Louis, in the CODRTRAI sector, 20/21 October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and 
initiative. When both Lewis guns of his platoon were put out of action, and he was unable 
to advance owing to machine-gun fire, he, by a daring reconnaissance, located the enemy 
machine gun, which he engaged and silenced with rifle fire, thus enabling his platoon to get 
forward. His fine action greatly facilitated the general advance of his company to its 
objective. 

WAKELY, 2/Lt. Arthur Day ... ... ... ... 2/South Lancashire 

WYTSCHAETE RIDGE, 7th June, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
in commanding his company after his company commander was wounded, and enveloping and 
capturing two enemy machine guns which were holding up our advance. He afterwards went 
forward through a barrage and captured seven prisoners in a dug-out. He then reorganised 
his company, which was mixed up with other troops, and pushed forward, showing fine judgment 
and leadership throughout. 

WALBY, Capt. Herbert Charles ... ... 4/North Stafford (io/ Yorkshire L.I.) 

Near WYTSCHAETE, 25/26 April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When the battalion camp was being shelled and gassed he supervised the movement of the 
battalion ; and when the battalion had counter-attacked and penetrated the enemy's line he 
went out, and under heavy fire got into touch with isolated detachments. His coolness and 
disregard of danger were a fine example to all. 

BAR TO M.C. 

RABASSA RAIRNE, 28th May, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
throughout operations. When the commanding officer was wounded he took command of the 
battalion and held on to the position until almost surrounded. He then led his men through 
a narrow gap in the enemy's lines and took up another position about 500 yards in rear, from 
which he withdrew later in the day, in conformity with the troops on his flanks, and occupied 
some heights with 400 men collected from various units. He held this position until the with- 
drawal, when he led the last party across a river before the bridges were blown up. Throughout 
a trying period he showed unfailing courage and good leadership. 

WALFORD, Capt. John Osborn ... ... ... ... ... i/ Worcester 

BAZUEL, i8th October, 1918. In the attack he commanded a company in the leading wave 
with conspicuous courage and skill. When the advance was held up by heavy machine-gun 
fire he made a personal reconnaissance, and, gaining touch with a company on the left, he gave 
orders to the remainder of the line to advance, gaining the objective with few casualties. His 
company captured a complete battery of 4 - 2-inch howitzers. 



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WALKER, 2/Lt. Henry Edward ... ... ... ... ... R.A.F. 

KEFR SABA DIER BALLUT, igth March to loth April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and 
devotion to duty during many flights and encounters in the air, when often single-handed he was 
most successful in bringing down enemy machines, and invariably displayed the utmost skill 
and resolution. He has been engaged in 14 combats, which have either been decisive or have 
resulted in enemy aircraft being driven down to a low height, and he has on occasions gone up 
as many as five times in one day. 

WALLWORK, Lieut. John Wilson ... ... ... ... ... R.A.F. 

LENS, PONT D. VENDIN, 6th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. During recent operations he participated in many offensive low-flying and bombing 
attacks, and carried them out with great courage and determination. From very low altitudes 
he bombed enemy troops and transport, inflicting heavy casualties. He caused while on 
offensive patrol more than one enemy machine to crash, and brought down others out of 
control. He set a magnificent example of courage and skill. 

WALTON, 2/Lt. Sydney ... ... ... ... ... 3/Durham L.I. 

Near HEUDECOURT, 2ist March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion during a 
counter-attack when acting as adjutant to the battalion. On the objective being gained he 
organised bombing parties, cleared the trench of the enemy, and reorganised the line. Later, 
after the battalion had been driven out of a position, he rallied the men in his vicinity, and led 
them in a successful counter-attack on the lost ground. 

WALTERS, 2/Lt. Sydney Evelyn ... ... ... ... g/Tank Corps 

Near MORMAL FOREST, 4th November, 1918. During the action he reconnoitred and taped 
routes through most difficult country prior to the attack. In the attack he led his tanks with 
great coolness and judgment through heavy shelling up to their jumping-off place, and ensured 
their starting at zero in complete touch with their infantry. Throughout he displayed complete 
disregard of personal danger and devotion to duty. 

WARD, Capt. Harold Frederick ... ... ... ... 2/East Surrey 

MONCHY-LE-PREUX, 8/9 and 9/10 August, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion 
to duty when in command of his battalion raiding party. The night before the raid he 
accompanied patrols to ascertain if the enemy's wire was sufficiently cut. This was done under 
machine-gun and rifle fire, and he brought back most valuable information. On the night of 
the raid itself he led the centre of the attack, and showed the greatest gallantry and coolness in 
visiting the other sub-sections and ascertaining that all objectives had been gained. His fine 
example largely contributed to the success of the operation. 

BAR TO M.C. 

GONNELIEO, aoth November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
led his company with great courage and initiative in an attack, capturing his objective, together 
with two field guns and too prisoners. He set a splendid example of determination and con- 
tempt of danger. 

W ATKINS, 2/Lt. William Henry Ernest ... ... ... i/East Yorks 

Near MEAULTE, 3/4 June, 1916. For conspicuous ability in controlling and disposing of 
his men. He showed great courage and disregard of danger, and even after being partially 
buried he inspired his men and kept up their morale. 

WATSON, 2/Lt. Arthur Vivian Cradock ... ... ... Machine Gun Corps 

Near MASNIERES, aoth November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
during an engagement. He brought up pack animals loaded with ammunition close to the 
front line, and then led them forward under heavy fire to the captured position. His daring 
and skilful work enabled the guns to be got into action and maintain their fire for a much 
greater length of time than would otherwise have been possible. Though he suffered casualties 
amongst his men and animals, he delivered ammunition to all the guns and then returned and 
brought up a second load. 

WATSON, Major Thomas William ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

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WATT, 2/Lt. Hugo Burr Craig ... ... ... ... 8/Durham L.I. 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

WEAVER, Capt. Frederick ... ... ... ... ... ... 22/London 

BOURLON WOOD, 3oth November to and December, 1917. When his company was heavily 
shelled and gassed during a period of four days, by his personal example and disregard of 
danger he constantly rallied his men. His determined efforts helped materially in maintaining 
the position. 

WEBB, Lieut. Clarence Harold ... ... ... ... ... 3/Norfolk 

Near ALBERT, 3oth June to ist July, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
Finding the right battalion was out of communication he at once proceeded to the front line, 
having to crawl most of the way, being continually subjected to machine-gun fire. He estab- 
lished communication successfully, and later the same day he managed to restore the line at a 
point within 30 yards of the enemy. By his unbounded energy and perseverance he maintained 
forward communications during a period of great importance. 

WEEKS, Capt. William Edward ... ... ... ... ly/Royal Sussex 

FORET DE LILLE, i8th October, 1918. When in command he showed initiative and skill 
in leading his company. He pushed forward and captured the village, setting a fine example 
of dash and determination to his men. Again, on aoth October, he made a reconnaissance of 
the bank of the RIVER SCHELDT under heavy fire, and sent back very valuable information. 

WEIR, 2/Lt. James ... ... ... ... ... 5/Scottish Borderers 

Near YPRES, igth August, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in taking 
charge when a shell had killed or wounded all the officers and several men at a company 
headquarters, evacuating the wounded, and reorganising the company, though the position was 
exposed to direct observation and under heavy fire. 

BAB TO M.C. 

Near POZIERES, 22/23 July, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and ability. He assembled 
the battalion for attack under extremely difficult conditions and on ground which was entirely 
unfamiliar to him. When the enemy replied to our preliminary barrage he showed great 
courage, and by his able bearing steadied the men. It was entirely due to him that the 
battalion effected the relief and formed up in time to assume the offensive. 

WELCH, 2/Lt. Stanley Thomas ... ... ... _ ... Tank Corps 

Awarded 3rd February, 1920. 

WELLBORNE, 2/Lt. Harry Harold Gordon ... ... ... ... R.A.S.C. 

HAVRINCOURT, aist to 24th March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
when in charge of a convoy delivering supplies to two brigades. He conducted each wagon 
to the battery lines, and afterwards brought back the wagons under heavy shell fire to the 
company lines. By his coolness and control of his convoy he ensured the delivery of rations 
under very trying circumstances. Th^ee davs later, with mt guides aad under heavy shell fire, he 
managed to find each battery and the headquarters of each brigade, and gave them information 
to enable them to draw rations. It was entirely owing to his persistent efforts that the artillery 
were able to obtain rations on that day. 

WELSH, 2/Lt. Robert ... ... ... ... 5/Gordon Highlanders 

Near LANGEMARCKE, 3131 July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
led his platoon against an enemy strong point with the utmost coolness and determination 
under machine-gun and rifle fire, and captured the position after fierce hand-to-hand fighting. 
Later he to ik his platoon through a heavy barrage and established an outpost line, which he 
held under very trying circumstances until relieved -56 hours later. 

M. ^ 

WELTE, 2/Lt. Ernest James ... ... 5o5th Battery, 65th Brigade (R.F.A.) 

S. of ENGLEFONTAINE, 4th November, 1918. For marked gallantry while in charge of an 
18 pdr. in taking it to a very forward position. The gun was man-handled down the bad road 
and placed within 150 yards of a house known to be a strong enemy machine-gun post. Under 
heavy machine-gun and shell fire he destroyed this post and cover around it by his fire, and it 
was due to his courage and initiative that the infantry were able to take this point without 
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WENGER, 2 /Li. Theodore Lanternier ... ... ... Machine Gun Corps 

MESSINES, i2thjune, 1917, For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in repairing 
a badly damaged tank under heavy shell fire and in full view of the enemy, and driving it back 
to safety. He has consistently displayed a very high standard of determined courage and 
ability when engaged in salvage work, and has set a very fine example to all. 

WEST, Capt. Frank ... ... ... ... ... ... i/Devon 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

WEST, Lieut. Richard Goy ... ... ... ... 3/Grenadier Guards 

HAMELINCOURT, 22nd August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry with a patrol, when he 
made persistent attempts to penetrate the enemy defences. He located five machine guns and 
brought back valuable information. The next morning he led his platoon with great determin- 
ation and captured the position. He was then wounded. 

WHEATE, Lieut. Thomas Ernest ... ... ... ipoth Brigade R.F.A. 

HEESTERT, 25/26 October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during 
operations when attached with half a section to an infantry battalion. The initiative he 
displayed was of the highest order, and his courage in handling his guns, and the superb way in 
which he brought them into action, with utter disregard to his own personal safety, was most 
praiseworthy. 

WHEELER, Capt. William Robert ... ... ... ... .. 22/London 

N. of PERONNE, 30th August to 6th September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and 
ability during the advance. He skilfully led his company through heavy artillery and machine- 
gun fire to the final objective. Later, during a further attack, when temporarily held up, he 
took hold of two companies and led them with the utmost determination, in spite of strong 
opposition. 

WHINNEY, Charles Toller ... ... ... ... ... u/Middlesex 

N. of MEDVYEJA-GORA. For marked gallantry and good leadership. On the night 15/16 
May, 1919, during operations which led up to the capture of a position, he was in charge of the 
advanced guard of two platoons sent out to exploit the success already obtained. Encounter- 
ing an enemy armoured train he so manoeuvred his men that they got within rifle-bombing 
range of it and forced it to withdraw. On the i2th June, S. of MEDVYEJA-GORA, he secured 
the left flank of the attack, and handled his platoon with the skill he invariably displayed. 

WHITAKER, Capt. Donald Nicoll ... ... [ i2/Hampshire (6/Royal Lancaster) 

Near MONCHY, i8th June, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
Although knocked down and buried by a shell, which rendered him unconscious, during an 
intense enemy bombardment, he insisted on returning to his company, as soon as he regained 
consciousness, in order to conduct the defence of the advanced posts and trenches which they 
were occupying. He was a second time buried by a shell, but remained in command until the 
attack had been beaten off, setting a magnificent example of pluck and devotion to duty. 

WHITE, 2/Lt. John Broadwood ... ... .. ... ... 7/London 

During the advance from BRAY to LICRAMONT, 22nd August to 6th September, 1918. For 
conspicuous gallantry as intelligence officer. On many occasions he was called upon to make 
difficult and dangerous reconnaissances, which he invariably carried out with extreme 
capability. 

WHITE, 2/Lt. Thomas Herbert ... ... ... ... 7/East Lancashire 

E. of KLEIN ZILLEBEKE, 24/25 September, 1917. While on patrol he encountered an 
enemy machine-gun post. With one man he immediately rushed the post, capturing the gun 
and its crew. 

WHITEAWAY, Major Edward George Lang ... ... ... 5/Yorkshire L.I. 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

BAR TO M.C. 

VAUL, 29*30 August, 1918. He taped out a position for assembly in advance of our 
positions under heavy machine-gun and shell fire, and though wounded did not desist from 
his work until it was completed. His gallant devotion to duty ensured the success of the start 
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WHITEHEAD, 2/Lt. Frederick William ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

Near MONCHY-LE-PREUX, zoth May, 1917. When orderly officer his promptness and 
energy in directing the supply of ammunition to his battery and in getting the wagons and 
teams away under heavy shell fire averted many casualties. Although somewhat badly 
disabled, he carried on till all was clear. 

WHYTE, Capt. Angus Mclntosh ... ... ... ... a/Tank Corps 

Awarded ist January, 1919. 

WIGHT, 2/Lt. Lauder Lylestone ... ... ... ... i/East Surrey 

MORVAL, 25th September, 1916. He handled his company with great courage and 
determination. Later, although very severely wounded, he remained at his post. 

WILES, Lieut. Osborne David ... ... ... ... 7/Shropshire L.I. 

23rd October, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. During the 
operations which resulted in the capture of VERTAIN and ESCARMAIN, he carried out a 
reconnaissance under heavy machine-gun and shell fire, obtaining very valuable information. 
Although wounded, he remained at duty and continued to render valuable service during the 
night, 23/24 October, and on subsequent days. 

WILKES, Lieut. George Thomas ... ... ... ... 7/East Surrey 

Awarded ist January, 1917. 

WILKIE, Lieut. James ... ... y/Loyal North Lancashire (n/East Lancashire) 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

WILKINSON, 2/Lt. Arthur Buttle ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

VILLERS BRETTONNEUX, 3ist April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He volunteered to go round the front line to obtain information which was urgently required. 
He had to crawl most of the way under heavy rifle and machine-gun fire, and succeeded in 
sending back most valuable information. 

WILLANS, Capt. Harry ... ... ... ... ... ... 2/Bedford 

Awarded ist January, 1917. 

WILLETT, 2/Lt. Francis William ... ... ... ... ... 4/Leicester 

FONTAINE-LE-CROISELLES, 3rd May, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry in an attack, when, 
although wounded, he maintained a forward position with a Lewis gun team all day, and until 
all the team had become casualties. Before withdrawing he buried the gun, 

WILLIAMS, 2/Lt. Harold ... .. ... ... ... 3/ Manchester 

BULLECOURT, i2th May, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and initiative in pushing 
forward his posts, and making and consolidating two strong points under heavy artillery and 
machine-gun fire. He set a fine example of courage and skill. 

WILLIAMS, Capt. Noel Victor ... ... ... 62/Machine Gun Corps 

VAULX VRADCOORT, 24th to 313! August, 1918. When temporarily in command of his 
company he was called upon, at short notice, to draw up a plan of action for launching his 
company to an attack. He carried out his task with conspicuous ability, and after the objective 
had been gained, he made a personal reconnaissance of the guns, under heavy shell and 
machine-gun fire, co-ordinating their dispositions so as to meet the tactical requirements of the 
situation. His courage and energy set a splendid example to all ranks. 

WILLIAMS, 2/Lt. William James ... ... ... 3/Royal Welch Fusiliers 

PILCKEM, 3ist July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When his 
company officer was wounded he took command, rallied his men, and kept them well in hand 
under very heavy fire, and showed a splendid example of steadiness throughout. 



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WILLIAMS, 2/Lt. William Theophilus ... ... ... ... 2/East Kent 

Near "Fosse 8," BETHUNE. 28/29 September, 1915. For conspicuous gallantry and 
devotion to duty. He took charge of a small party of bombers, and during iy hours he and 
his bombers threw close on 2,000 bombs, while the enemy responded with about five times 
that number. It was raining nearly all the time, and the damp fuses had to be lit from 
cigarettes, yet the enemy were held up. 2/Lt. Williams, though wounded, refused to leave 
his post, and it was mainly due to his bravery and that of his party that the trench was finally 
held. 

WILLIAMSON, Lieut. William Henry Rowe ... ... ... ... R.A.S.C. 

Awarded ist January, 1917. 

WILLS, 2/Lt. Arthur Reynolds ... ... ... ... io/ Royal West Surrey 

Near ZILLEBEKE, 6th August, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
Although wounded during heavy fighting and told by the Medical Officer to leave the line, he 
returned to the trenches and carried on with his duty, setting a splendid example to all ranks 
by his pluck and coolness. 

WILLIS, Lieut. Cyril Reginald ... ... ... Indian Mountain Battery, R.A. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. 

WILLIS, Lieut. Dan Hugh ... ... ... ... 7/Royal Warwick 

Awarded 3rd June, 1917. 

WILSON, Lieut. John Baxenden ... ... ... 5/Northumberland Fusiliers 

Near PASSCHENDAELE, i8th December, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. On hearing his posts being engaged by the enemy he immediately proceeded to the 
scene of action, and found that his men had captured an officer, thirteen other ranks and a 
machine gun. Hearing that there was apparently another machine gun out in "No Man's 
Land," he organised a patrol, and succeeded in finding and bringing back three other machine 
guns. On the following night he again patrolled " No Man's Land" to try and find other 
machine guns, which were said to be there. Throughout this period he performed continual 
acts of courage and coolness under fire. 

WILTON, 2/Lt. Ralph Antrobus ... ... ... ... i5/Royal Warwick 

ROCLINCOURT, 22nd May, 1916. For conspicuous gallantry when in charge of a raiding 
party. He led his men, under heavy fire, to within twelve yards of the enemy parapet, and 
though struck down he continued to urge his men forward. 

WINTLE, 2/Lt. George Howard ... ... ... ... 4/Gloucester 

LA VACQUERIE, 2nd December, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When he had been wounded, knowing that only a few officers survived, he returned, after 
having his wound dressed, with a number of men who had lost their way. With these men he 
reinforced the battalion, got into touch with the battalion on his left, and helped to take up a 
new position under the most difficult conditions. 

WINSHIP, Lieut. Ernest Roland ... ... ... ... ... 8/Middlesex 

Near CROISILLES, 24th to 3Oth August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion 
to duty. During several day's operations he carried out valuable reconnaissances and obtained 
information which contributed materially to the success of the advance, and enabled 
dispositions to be made to meet an enemy counter-attack. He showed great skill and resource. 

WITCOMBE, Capt. Charles Edward ... ... ... ... 2/Gloucester 

. Awarded ist January, 1917. 

BAR TO M.C. 
Awarded ist January, 1919. 



MILITARY CROSS. 



WOMACK, 2/Lt. Bertie ... ... ... ... ... 6/Royal West Surrey 

E. of MORLANCOURT, 22/23 August, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
This officer, under heavy machine-gun and artillery fire, laid a tape within 100 yards of the 
front line to enable battalion to get direciion in moving off for the attack. On several 
occasions during the operation he operated in front of our advanced posts, and enabled the 
infantry to destroy the machine-gun posts before casualties could be inflicted on us. At 
MAUREPAS, 2gth August, he pushed out in front of the leading wave, and by careful observation 
directed the men safely through a barrage. 

WOOD, 2/Lt. Sydney George ... ... 7/Northumberland Fusiliers (R.E.) 

LANGEMARCKE, 24th October and 4th November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and 
devotion to duty when in charge of all visual stations and power buzzer and wireless stations 
between brigane headquarters and battalions. Though several times affected by gas, he set a 
splendid example under heavy shelling, and maintained communication in the forward area. 

WOOD, 2/Lt. Walter Bertram ... ... ... 8/Hampshire (R.F.C.) 

Near DOUAI and LAMBRES, 24/25 June, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty on many occasions, when engaged with hostile aircrait, during which he has shown a fine 
offensive spirit and the utmost karlessness. He has had no less than 23 combats, in the 
course of which he has destroyed and ciriven down numerous enemy machines, frequently 
attacking several single-handed, and on one occasion fighting with his revolver when he had 
run short of gun ammunition. 

BAR TO M.C. 

Near POLYGONS WOOD, 3ist July, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
in attacking enemy aircraft. On several occasions he has shown admirable dash and 
determination in attacking hostile machines single-handed, destroying some and driving others 
down out of control. He has also displayed great daring in attacking enemy infantry and 
transport with machine-gun fire at vety lew altitudes, in spite of attacks by hostile aircraft 
whilst so engaged. 

WOODCOCK, Lieut. Humphrey Neville Hodson ... ... 6/Royal West Kent 

Near EPEHY, 22nd September, 1918. During operations he showed great gallantry in an 
attack upon an entrenched enemy machine gun. He led his platoon across the open with great 
dash and shot two of the enemy. The enemy counter-attacked with superior numbers, and 
drove him out; but he reorganised and led his men to a second attack which was completely 
successful. Though wounded he waited to see the post consolidated before going down. 

WOODROW, 2/Lt. Arthur Blackford ... ... ... ... n/Royal Sussex 

Near YPRES, 25th to 2yth October, 1917. He led his men in the attack on a strong point, 
which he cap ured with seven prisoners. Though severely wounded, he remained at duty for 
several hours, and sent excellent reports back to battalion headquarters. 

WOODYEAR, 2/Lt. Reginald Percy ... ... ... ... 7/Royal West Kent 

Near HEINGAKD, i2th April, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in 
leading his company in an attack on an enemy position under heavy machine-gun and shell 
fire. He led his men with great dash, and never wavered until the objective was reached. 
He consolidated his position and maintained it until relieved, By his determination he 
succeeded in restoring a critical situation. 

WOOTTON, Lieut. Kenneth Edwin ... ... ... lo/London (Tank Corps) 

MARCOING, 2oth November, 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in 
attack. He went forward in the leading tank of his section and put several enemy machine 
guns out of action. It was due to his splendid initiative and determination that the infantry 
reached their objective with very few casualties. 



MILITARY CROSS. 



WORDEN, 2/Lt. Ernest Harold Glover ... ... ... 3/Royal Berks 

SANCTUARY WOOD, 313! July, 1917. Though badly wounded he led his men with great 

gallantry under heavy shell and machine-gun fire to their objective. He set an excellent 
example of courage and endurance throughout. 

WORNUM, 2/Lt. William Esmond ... ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

WESTOURTRE, 28th July, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. This 
officer's battery came under heavy shell fire while he was on duty as section commander, but 
by his coolness and determination he kept the guns in action all night and the next day. On 
one occasion, one of his detachments having suffered heavily, he personally acted as layer to 
one of the guns. 

WORRALL, Lieut. Samuel ... ... ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

Awarded ist January, 1919. 

WRIGHT, 2/Lt. George Edward ... ... ... ... ... R.A.S.C. 

ERVILLERS, zyd March, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in main- 
taining his guns in action and in keeping up the supply of ammunition under very trying 
conditions. On two occasions he returned to old evacuated positions and salved ammunition 
in order to keep the battery supplied. Later, it was due to his great energy and cheerful 
example that six guns and stores were saved, and that his men, though worn out with fatigue, 
so ably performed their duties. 

WRIGHT, 2/Lt. Herbert Alexander ... ... ... ... ... R.G.A. 

CORBIE, igth July, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry when ordered to move a gun from a 
position which was under heavy shell fire, shells dropping among the guns and causing several 
casualties. He cleared the wounded with the help of two non-commissioned officers, and 
then with great coolness and determined energy he caused the gun to be dismounted and 
moved before it sustained serious damage from the heavy shelling. 

WRIXON, Lieut. Maurice Percival Bentley ... ... ... Grenadier Guards 

ARLEUX, igth February, 1918. During a hostile raid he was in charge of all the front 
posts, and on hearing rifle fire walked through a most intense barrage to the left flank post, 
where the raid was taking place. Immediately grasping the situation, and on seeing that two 
strong enemy parties had penetrated between our posts, he organised bombing parties, and 
opened fire with a machine gun on one of the enemy parties, which retired, leaving one of 
their wounded. Seeing the other party coming up behind him he ran down the trench to 
meet them, killed the leading man, and, supported by a few men, drove back this party, 
killing and wounding several. His great personal courage, coolness, and the fine military 
qualities which he displayed were a magnificent example to all ranks. 

YATES, Major Henry George ... ... ... ... ... R.F.A. 

Awarded ist January, 1918. 

YATES, Capt. William ... ... ... ... ... ... 3/Cheshire 

GUYENCODRT, 27/28 May, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during a 
retirement. He showed great skill and determination in maintaining his position with very 
few men in the face of heavy enemy attacks. In particular one night he reorganised his 
men and parties of stragglers and dug in a line, and in spite of heavy shelling and machine-gun 
fire, repelled all enemy attacks for 12 hours until ordered to retire. He showed excellent 
leadership throughout. 

YOUNG, Lieut. Oliver ... ... ... ... 4/Northumberland Fusiliers 

Near CONCAVREU, 27th May, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
took charge of a small party and successfully held up the enemy for a considerable period 



MILITARY CROSS. 



while the engineers destroyed a bridge. He organised a skilful defence in spite of heavy rifle 
and machine-gun fire. His consistent gallantry while fighting a rearguard action set a fine 
example to all men serving under him, and caused heavy losses to the enemy. 

YUILL, Lieut. Harry Hogg ... ... ... i7oth Mining Coy., R.E. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty on several occasions : 

CUINCHY, agth May, 1915. When one of the leads to a charge in a mine broke close to 
the charge, he at once untamped the top of the charge and crawled into the mine to find and 
mend the break, although the Germans were working so close he could hear them talking. 

CAMBRIN, 24th and 2gth June. At great personal risk, he charged mines, well knowing 
the Germans to be charging against him, and managed to fire his charges before they 
succeeded in doing so. 

CUINCHY, on the night of 21/22 August. Again 2/Lt. Yuill exhibited great skill ^and 
bravery in directing mining operations. The enemy were working within a few feet of our 
galleries, opposite No. 5 and 7 mines, and it became a race which mines would be first 
exploded. The situation was critical, but owing to his splendid example and energy two 
shafts were sunk in time, charged and tamped. The resulting explosions must have blown 
in the German galleries and the miners in them. 



FISHER, 2/Lt. Charles Heath ... ... ... ... i2/East Surrey 

Near WYTSCHAETE, 3/4 September, 1918. For conspicuous gallantry on reconnaissance. 
In spite of the fact that his runner was wounded, he returned himself and gave a valuable 
report as to the position of one of our posts in front of the line. He afterwards conducted 
three men with rations and water back to this post, in spite of the country through which 
they had to pass being under continuous machine-gun and snipers' fire. 

NELSON, Lieut. William Percival ... ... ... ... R.A.M.C. (i/Artists) 

RUMILLY, 8th October, 1918. For gallantry and devotion to duty. During a very 
severe bombardment of artillery and machine guns he constantly went out to the help of the 
wounded, attending them with utter disregard for danger, and was the means of saving 
several lives and alleviating a great deal of suffering. He has at all times set a striking 
example by his fearlessness and devotion to duty. 

SMITH, Capt. Walter Campbell ... i/Artists (4th Bn., Special Brigade, R.E.) 

(Particulars omitted from page 126) 

This officer was in command of a double company ("P" and " Q ") operating on the 
55th Divisional front. Throughout the enormous work involved in the preparations, he 
handled the difficult situations that arose with insight and resource, and by his careful 
attention to detail and indefatigable energy enabled the complicated operations to be carried 
through without a hitch. 

The services referred to were rendered on the BLAIREVILLE-FICHEUX front between i3th 
and 28th June, 1916, culminating in the gas attack launched from that front on the latter date. 




The Distinguished Flying Cross is awarded to Officers and Warrant Officers for acts 
of gallantry when flying in active operations against the enemy. The Decoration has a 
ribbon of violet and white alternative diagonal stripes, running at an angle of 45, showing 
violet triangles in the top left-hand and bottom right-hand corners. Bars may be added for 
additional acts of gallantry. 



BEENEY, Lieut. James Alexander ... ... .. ... 24/London (R.A.F.) 

Awarded ist January, 1919, for continuous good service for ten months. [5362 

CANNING, Lieut. Ernest Harold ... ... ... ... i/Gloucester (R.A.F.) 

FRANCE, 28th August, 1918 : also many other dates. This officer has displayed marked 
courage and skill in bombing enemy transport, etc., at low altitudes. He took a conspicuous 
part in the attack on bridges over a river between ARRAS and CAMBRAI : subjected to very 
heavy machine-gun fire he descended to 150 feet to exactly locate their position, and 
bombed them from a low altitude. [4824 

CouLSON, Lieut. Charles Stanley Lomas ... ... 8oth Squadron, R.A.F. 

N. of MORLANCOURT, gth August, 1918, and many other places and dates. During the 
late operations this officer has set a brilliant example of courage and skill, notably on one 
occasion when, observing a party of the enemy in a trench firing at some of our infantry, 
he repeatedly dived on the trench, firing at the occupants and distracting their attention 
from our troops. Eventually he was wounded twice in the leg, but succeeded in reaching 
his aerodrome. [762695 

DEW, 2/Lt. Edward Alphonse ... ... ... 205th Squadron, R.A.F. 

Near BAILLEUL, igth May, 1918, and many other places and dates. A keen and dashing 
officer, who has taken part in numerous bombing raids and photographic reconnaissances. 
Whilst on a bombing raid his machine, flying in rear of the formation, was attacked by 
five enemy scouts. Two of these he engaged at close range; at the outset he was dangerously 
wounded in the thigh. Despite this he continued firing his guns until he fainted from loss 
of blood. He succeeded in bringing down one of the scouts in flames. [766687 

FAIRBAIRN, Flying-Officer Arthur Reginald ... ... 4th Balloon Section, R.A.F. 

W. of FRIODMONT, 23rd October, 1918, and many other occasions. During recent 
operations this officer's balloon was singled out for attack three times in two days. On the 
third day he was again attacked by six scouts when at a height of 1,500 feet. He behaved 
with the utmost coolness and gallantry in helping his fellow observer, who was inexperienced, 
out of the basket before parachuting himself. His determination in pushing his balloon 
forward during the recent advance has been most praiseworthy. [6284 

FRANK, Lieut. Charles Frederick ... ... igth Balloon Section, R.A.F. 

Near GDOY, FRANCE, 8th October, 1918 : also numerous other dates and places. Lieut. 
Frank has co-operated with our artillery in 184 successful shoots, proving himself an 
exceptionally capable and efficient officer, with keen powers of observation. On 8th October, 
under most difficult conditions, he succeeded in giving observations for three shoots. Daring 
this flight, owing to his proximity to actual operations, he was enabled to transmit valuable 
information as to hostile infantry movements. [5492 

-GouDiE, Capt. Norman ... ... ... ... 5th Squadron, R.A.F. 

AMIENS ROYE, 8th August, 1918, with 2/Lt. Robert McKinley Jamison, R. Irish Rifles. 
Thrice on one date these officers carried out at extremely low altitudes, and in face of intense 
rifle and machine-gun fire, reconnaissances of an important road. During one of these 
reconnaissances, observing a party of the enemy holding our infantry, they dived on them and 
forced them to retire, and on another occasion they bombed a large party of the enemy, 
causing them to surrender to our infantry. [7287 



DISTINGUISHED FLYING CROSS. 



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GROOM, Lieut. Victor Emanuel ... ... ... 2oth Squadron, R.A.F. 

N.W. of WERVICQ, 8th May, 1918 : also numerous other dates and places. An officer of 
great courage and dash, who never hesitates to attack the enemy regardless of the superiority 
in numbers. While on a recent patrol this officer was one of a formation of eight that engaged 
twenty-five hostile scouts. Lieut. Groom shot down one, and his observer (Lieut. Hardcastle) 
a few minutes later destroyed another. On a later date, accompanied by the same observer, 
they were attacked by twelve scouts ; two of these they shot down. [762330 

HAWORTH, Lieut. Peter ... Lancashire Fusiliers; i5th Balloon Section, R.A.F. 

Awarded ist January, 1919. for general service as a Balloon Commander in the Ypres 
salient. [7800 

HEPBURN, Capt. Allan ... ... ... ... 88th Squadron, R.A.F. 

TOURNAI, i2th October, 1918, and several other dates and places. This officer made a 
very fine flight, calling for courage and determination of a high order. Thick clouds were 
within 200 feet of the ground and the visibility was so bad that practically no flying was 
attempted. Despite these adverse conditions this officer volunteered to cross the lines. 
Climbing through the clouds, which were several thousand feet in depth, he flew above them, 
guided by compass, with no view of the ground. Continuing his flight until he estimated that 
he was in the vicinity of a certain objective, he descended, and found himself 150 feet over an 
enemy railway station. Dropping his bombs, he destroyed a passenger train, and afterwards 
engaged enemy troops and transport with machine-gun fire. Having caused considerable 
damage, Capt. Hepburn climbed through the clouds and found his way home. [8179 

HICKS, Lieut. George Rensbury ... ... ... ... 74th Squadron, R.A.F. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919, for good service and very gallant conduct on various occasions. 

[760635 

HOWARD, Capt. George Vivian ... ... ... ... yth Squadron, R.A.F. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919, for good service on reconnaissance, photographic service, and 
also in counter-battery work. [4528 

JONES, Lieut. William Ernest Frank ... ... ... loist Squadron, R.A.F. 

Between ALBERT and PROYART, i4th June, 1918. This officer carried out a comprehensive 
reconnaissance by night in heavy rain at a height of only 400 feet. He returned to his 
aerodrome in the face of a blinding storm, after a flight of three hours. He has carried out 
sixty-four night bombing raids. His courage and perseverance are exceptional. [7645558 

LAGESSE, Capt. Camille Henri Raoul ... ... ... zpth Squadron, R.A.F. 

Near NEUF-BERQUIN, 28th May, 1918. When on wireless interception duty Capt. 
Lagesse, in company with another officer, was attacked by seven scouts. Engaging one, he 
followed it down from 11,000 feet to 2,000 feet, when it crashed. Bold in attack, skilful in 
execution, he has proved himself on many occasions to be a fine airman. 

BAR TO D.F.C. 

E. of BAILLEUL, August, 1918, and numerous other dates and places. A scout leader of 
marked ability and daring who, since 28th August, has destroyed thirteen enemy aeroplanes, 
displaying at all times brilliant leadership and courage. On 2nd October, when leading a 
patrol of four machines, he dived on eight Fokkers ; four of these were destroyed, Capt. 
Lagesse accounting for one. [766025 

MACDONALD, Lieut. Eric Norman ... ... Independent Air Force, R.A.F. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919, for 13 successful night bombing raids. 

NICHOLAS, 2/Lt. Gerald Basil ... ... ... io2nd Squadron, R.A.F. 

LANDRECIES, 14/15 October, 1918, and many other dates and places. This officer 
has carried out 95 night bombing raids, and has displayed marked skill and initiative. He 
has been extremely successful in low reconnaissances and attacks on ground targets, having 
twice obtained direct hits on trains at a height of about 800 feet. [766565 



DISTINGUISHED FLYING CROSS. 



POGSON, 2/Lt. Desmond Philip ... io4th Squadron, Independent Air Force, R.A.F. 

MANNHEIM, 22nd August, 1918, and many other occasions. In a recent long-distance 
bombing raid his petrol tank received a shot immediately after crossing the line, but he 
continued on his journey and bombed the distant objective. On the return journey very 
fierce fighting occurred, during which both leaders and deputy-leaders of our formations 
were shot down, and the remaining machines lost touch with each other. At this critical 
moment 2/Lt. Pogson ordered his observer to tie his handkerchief to the gun-mounting to 
indicate that his was the leader's machine. He then circled over the area three t imes and picked 
up five of our machines, and in face of very hostile opposition got them into formation and 
brought them all safely home. The prompt action of this officer was highly meritorious, 
and undoubtedly saved the remaining machines, which could not have coped with the greatly 
superior formations of the enemy. [766417 

RANDALL, Flying-Officer George Ebbon ... ... ... 20th Squadron, R.A.F. 

W. of LOVERALL, FRANCE, xoth November, 1918, and many other dates and places. A brave 
and resourceful flight commander who has, within the last four months previous to November 
nth, led 71 offensive patrols. On loth November, engaging a superior number of enemy 
aircraft, he himself shot down two and the remainder were driven off by his flight. In 
addition to the foregoing he has four other enemy machines to his credit. [762307 

BAR TO D.F.C. 
WAZIRISTAN (No details yet published). 

Ross, Capt. Charles ... ... ... ... ... 25th Squadron, R.A.F. 

On the DOUAI CAMBRAI Road, i3th August, 1918. Since October last this officer has 
carried out 240 hours' service flying, mainly on long solo photographic reconnaissances 
at very low altitudes. In this arduous and trying service he has shown exceptional skill, 
perseverance and courage, notably on one very important reconnaissance, when he was 
attacked by ten enemy aeroplanes. Engaging one at close range, this officer shot it down in 
flames, and in face of the hostile attack he completed the reconnaissance. [765422 

SARGANT, Capt. Frederick Herbert St. Clair ... ... 38th Squadron, R.A.F. 

Awarded ist January, 1919. GHISTELLHS, 3/4 October, 1918, and 26 night raids. 

[7691 

STATON, Capt. William Ernest, M.C. ... ... ... 62nd Squadron, R.A.F. 

S. of ARMENTIERES, 3rd May, 1918, and many other dates and places. This officer has 
already been awarded the Military Cross for gallantry and devotion to duty. Since this award 
he has accounted for eleven enemy aeroplanes nine destroyed and two shot down out of 
control. He has proved himself a most efficient flight commander and an enterprising leader, 
setting a very fine example to his squadron. [765057 

BAR TO D.F.C. 

E. of DURY, 1 5th September, 1918, and many other dates and places. This officer has 
already been awarded the Military Cross and the Distinguished Flying Cross for conspicuous 
gallantry and devotion to duty. Since his last award he has destroyed five enemy machines 
and driven down one out of control. His example of courage and resource is a fine incentive 
to the other pilots of his squadron. 

WALKER, Capt. Henry Edward, M. C. ... ... i nth Squadron, R.A.F. 

EGYPT, i6th September, 1918. A gallant and courageous officer who has served con- 
tinuously on the front for twelve months, during which period he has shot down several enemy 
machines. Throughout recent operations his bombing has been exceptionally accurate, a large 
percentage of direct hits on transport, etc., being obtained. [762920 

WILLIAMSON-JONES, Capt. Clarence Edward ... i /Manchester ; 59th Squadron, R.A.F. 

Over BOURSIES, 22nd March, 1918 ; Near BEAUMETZ, 23rd March, 1918, and many other 
occasions elsewhere. This officer has completed over fifty successful G.B. shoots, frequently 
under adverse weather conditions, and in face of severe opposition from aeroplanes and anti- 
aircraft fire. The success of these operations was in many cases mainly due to his courage 
and perseverence. On one occasion, flying at 2,000 feet, he held up for a time the advance of 
hostile infantry. I r 4 10 




The Air Force Cross is awarded to Officers and Warrant Officers for acts of courage or 
devotion to duty when flying, although not in active operations against the enemy. This 
Decoration has a ribbon of red and white alternate diagonal stripes, ^" wide, showing red 
triangles in the top left-hand and bottom right-hand corners. There are )io "'Deeds'" 
published for the Air Force Cross. 



BORET, Capt. John Auguste ... 4/R. West Surrey (36th Squadron, R.A.F.) 

Sea Patrol, N.E. Coast of England. [Reg. No. 3586 

CHICK, Lieut. Arthur Leslie .. ... ... 4/Essex (22nd T.D., R.A.F.) 

Gormanstown, Ireland. [764087 

CLARKE, Capt. George Malcolm ... .. 2/Leinster (i53rd Squadron, R.A.F.) 

Home Defence, North Weald. [*533 

DIMMOCK, Capt. Norman Herford ... ... i4ist Squadron, R.A.F. 

Biggin Hill, Kent. [3624 

Dowx, Lieut. Harold Hewter ... ... Artists (28th T.D., R.A.F.) 

Weston-on-the-Green. [3442 

DUPONT, Lieut. Alfred Norman ... ... 5/Leicester (68th Wing, R.A.F.) 

Seaton Carew. [4084 

HOPPS, Lieut. Frank Linden ... ... .. ... 5/Yorkshire L.I. 

Flight, Marseilles to Egypt, 28th September, 1918. [773 

MESSENGER, Capt. Alfred Lewis ... ... ... No. 2 Obs. School, R.A.F. 

Manston, Kent. [5706 

PARK, Lieut. Ralph Stuart ... ... ... ... ... R.A.F. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. [762379 

PEKULES, Lieut. Arthur John Douglas ... ... ... ... R.A.F. 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. [763956 

PERN, Lieut. Claude ... ... ... ... ... ... R.A.F. 

Awarded 4th November, 1918. [7898 

RILEY, Capt. Alan Incell ... ... ... ... ... Artists (R.A.F.) 

Awarded 3rd June, 1919. [6122 

STEWART, Major Oliver, M.C. ... ... ... ... 9/Middlesex 

Awarded 4th November, 1918. [2289 

TURNER, Lieut. Cyril Charles Teesdale ... ... ... ... R.A.F. 

Test Pilot, Hendon [4856 

YOUNG, Lieut. William Arnold Gemmell ... ... ... .. R.A.F. 

Turnberry, Ayrshire. [4432 



148 THE MOST HONOURABLE ORDER OF THE BATH. 

To be Companion: MAY, Colonel Henry Allan Roughton, V.D. ... Artists' Rifles 

THE MOST DISTINGUISHED ORDER OF ST. MICHAEL AND 

ST. GEORGE. 

To be Companion: SHIRLEY, Lt.-Colonel William ... ... Artists' Rifles 

THE ROYAL VICTORIAN ORDER. 

To be Members : BARE, Capt. Arnold E. ; SIMMONS, Capt. Frank K. (4th Class} 



TVER, Lieut. Austin Arnold 



... (jfA Class] 



THE MOST EXCELLENT ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE. 

This Order ; instituted in IQIJ, and extended in December, 1918, is conferred for important 
services rendered to the Empire, and is awarded to both men and women. It consists of 5 
classes: (z) Knights Grand Cross; () Knights Commanders; (Hi) Commanders; 
(iv) Officers ; (v) Members. There are both Military and Civil Divisions of the Order : 
the Insignia for eac-h is the same, but the ribbon of the Military Division is distinguished by 
a vertical red stripe in the centre. 

To be Military Knight Commander (K.B.E.). 
EDIS, Colonel Sir Robert William, C.B., V.D. ... Hon. Colonel Artists' Rifles 

To be Military Commanders (C.B.E.). 

BUNCE, Major W. Leslie ... 3/Liverpool NEIGHBOUR, Capt. Sydney W. i/Artists 

Operations in Archangel. 



To be Military 

ALLEN, Capt. F. J. ... R.A.S.C. 

BAKER, Major C. B. 2/Oxford & Bucks L.I. 



BARTON, Major B. C. 
BONNER, Lieut. S. A. 
BIRCH, Major W. K. 
BRUNTON, Capt. G. 
BUSTARD, Capt. F. 
CAMERON, Capt. J. 
CHILD, Lt.-Col. A. J. 
COOKE, Capt. P. A. 
CREMETTI, Major P. E. 
DADSON, Major R. T. 
DANIELL, Lt.-Col. T. E. St. C. 
DIBBEN, Major C. R. ... 
EDGE, Major P. G. 
EDWARDS, Capt. R. O. 
FELKIN, Capt. S. D. 
FIELDING, Capt. W. H. 
GEDDES, Capt. W. J. 
GIBBS, Capt. G. Y. 
Goss, Lieut. L. S. 
GREIG, Capt. D. McN. 



R.A.S.C. 
R.E. (Signals) 
/Devon 
Labour Corps 
5/R. Lancaster 
R.E. (Signals) 
R.F.C. 
/K.R.R.C. 
8/R. Scots Fus. 
i y/London 
R.F.C. 
9/Leicester 
2/Artists 

Tank Corps, R.E. 
R.N.A.S. 
... R.E. 
R.F.A. 
R.A.S.C. 
Surgeon, R.N. 
R.A.F. 



Officers (O.B.E.) 

HARRISON, Major F. 
HAWKSFORD, Major F. H. 
HODGKINSON, Capt. H. D 
IVORY, Capt. H. F. 
KLEIN, Capt. A. B. L. 
LAWRENCE, Capt. J. H. 
MAKALUA, Major M. J. M 
MANN, Capt. P. R. 
MATTHEWS, Major H. E. 
MITCHELL, Capt. J. M. 
MONTEATH, Sub-Lt. D. T. 
NEOBARD, Capt. H. J. C. 
NEWTON-CLARE, Major H. 
PADFIELD, Major F. H. 
RAINSFORD, Capt. G. . 
STEWART, Lieut. J. 
THOMPSON, Lieut. J. B. 
THOMAS, Capt. P. E. 
WIDDERSON, Capt. A. J. 
WILKINS, Capt. R. 
WORSSAM, Major C. A. 



Staff 

R.F.C. 

R.A.S.C. 

R.A.S.C. 

i/Norfolk 

R.A.S.C. 

i3/R. Sussex 

4/London 

4/Sussex 

R.A F. 

R.N.V.R. 

7/R. Berks 

J. R.A.F. 

Artists (I.W.T.) 

/R. West Surrey 

2/R. Scots Fus. 

5/Border 

... R.E. 

/Yorkshire L.I. 

R.A. (XI). 

R. A.O.I). 



To be Military Members (M.B.E.) 



149 



ABBOT-ANDERSON, Capt. L. G. Artists 
ANGELL, Lieut. B. O. ... R.A.F. 

BARRACLOUGH, 2/Lt. J. G. 5/R. Fusiliers 



5/East Surrey 
... General List 
R.A.S.C. 
i/Lincoln 
8/Northumb. Fus. 



BLAIR, 2 /Lt. J. M. 
BLAND, Lieut. A. 
BOND, 2/Lt. C. H. C. 
BROOK, Capt. L. T. 
CAMPBELL, Lieut. G. 

CHARNAUD, Capt. F. C. Intelligence Dept. 
CIRCUITT, 2/Lt. C. M. L. ... i6/London 
DAND, Lieut. J. H. ... R.F.C. 

DUNELL, Capt. A. G. ... R.A.S.C. 
DE ST. CROIX, Capt. L. L. R.A.S.C. 

ELLIS, Lieut. H. C. ... R.A.S.C 

EVANS, Lieut. B. S. 4/R.West Surrey 

FRYER, Lieut. S. K. ... General List 

GODFREY, Capt. S. C. 2/R. Scots Fus. 
HANDLEY-READ, Capt. E. H. M.G.C. 
HOLLIDGE, Lieut. A. R.A.S.C. (A.C.C.) 



JANSON, Lt. F. E. Jersey Militia (R.A.O.D.) 
KEEPING, Capt. H. B. ... R.A.S.C. 
MATTHEWS, Lieut. E. F. 2/Shropshire L.I. 
MATTHEWS, Capt. T. ... R.G. A. 

PHILLIPS, Lieut. E. T. A. R.G.A. 

RUST, Capt. P Artists 

SMALL, Capt. V. ... 3/Scottish Rifles 
STANSFIELD, Major H. ... R.F.C. 

SMITH, Lieut.C. E.B. McF. 2/N tts& Derby 



TOMSON, Lieut. H. G. 
WALKER, Capt. H. F. 
WALKER, Capt. R. H. 
WEST, Capt. W. G. 
WESTERN, Lieut. J. G. 
WHITE, Major B. G. 
WILLIS, Capt. C. H. S. 
WITNEY, Capt. J. H. 
WOLFF, Capt. J. D. 



i /Suffolk 
R.F.C. 
R.E. 
Artists 
R.A.F. 

R.E. (I.W.T.) 

Artists 

R.A.O.C. 

R G.A. 



THE ROYAL VICTORIAN MEDAL. 



3164 BALE, Sgt. Frank Stewart 
178 ENGLISH, Sgt. Alfred Cecil 



2846 HILL, Sgt. Arthur Bernard 
799 WILLIAMS, Sgt. Gordon 



THE DISTINGUISHED CONDUCT MEDAL. 



EMSLIE, Staff-Sergt.-Maj. Peter 
5566 BEDDOW, Cpl. Frank Meyrick 
10311 COCKS, Cpl. Frederick Edward 



6513 COVIELLO, Cpl. Ambrose 
9291 CUTLER, Pte. Henry 
6286 Fox, CSM Ernest 



THE MILITARY MEDAL. 



766852 ALINGTON, Pte. GervaseWinfordS. 10099 

,, BartoM.M. 766487 

BOVINGTON, Pte. Thomas Pincombe 1 0259 

BROWN, Pte. Robert 59^3 

GREENING, Pte. Frank Vernon 1916 

HAWKINS, Cpl. Charles Frederick 4937 

HIBBARD, Cpl. Clifford Joseph 765050 

HOPPER, Sgt. George 6684 



766504 
764631 

8729 

10095 

766476 

6925 



LLOYD, Pte. Oswald Octavius 
ORTON, Cpl. William John 
RAYMOND, Cpl. Alfred James 
RIMINGTON, Pte. William 
RISDON, Sgt. Montague Tristram 
ROUTH, Pte. Frank Reginald 
SLY, L/Cpl. Harold Frederick 
WALMSLEY, Cpl. Harold 



THE MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDAL. 



PAYTON, RSM William Thomas 
1926 BAX, QMSI William Molyneux 
2903 BLAIKLEY, Sgt. Ernest 
764631 BROWN, Pte. Robert 
768951 DUNCAN, Sgt. William Gordon 
768269 GERHARDI, Sgt. Thomas E. 
211 HACK, RQMS Matthew Starmer 



1521 HARPER, QMSI Hubert Harry 
5507 INGALL, Cpl. Edward Franklin 
2302 PULLEN, CQMS Colin Stuart 
516 SAMSON, CQMS Alfred Joseph 
5 STARTIN, CQMS Eric Charles 
1946 STRODE, Sgt. Julian 
10209 THORNE, Col. -Sgt. George Conrad 



FOREIGN ORDERS and MEDALS. 



ASHMORE, Lieut. Joseph W., R.A. 

BAKER, Capt. Cyril B., 2/Oxford & Bucks L.I, (R.F.C.) 

BARKER, Capt. Albert, R.G.A. 

BEADLE, Lieut. Leslie A., /Warwick 

BELL, Capt. David Cockburn, 9/Middlesex 

BIRD, Capt. Arthur Wheen, R.F.C. 

BOBY, Capt. Robert S. P., 6/Lancashire Fusiliers 

BRUCE, Capt. Reginald, R.E. 

BUXTON, Lieut. Oswald, /Berks 

CAITHNESS, Capt. Wilfred W., R.F.A. 

CANNON, Major Gordon Mewburn, R.A.O.C. 

CARR, Capt. Matthew, /R. Scots Fusiliers ... 

CARTER, Lieut. Alfred Cecil, R.A.S.C. 



Croce di Guerra 
Croix de Guerre 
Croix de Guerre 
Silver Medal jor Valour 
Bronze Medal for Valour 
Silver Medal for Valour 
Silver Medal for Valour 
Bronze Medal for Valour 
Bronze Medal for Valour 
Croce di Guerra 
Croce di Guerra 
Croix de Guerre 
Legion d } Honneur ( Chevalier} 



CHILD, Lt.-Col. A. J., R.A.F. Order of St Maurice&St. Lazarus (Cavaliere) 
CRUICKSHANK, Capt. Eric, R.A. ... ... Croix de Guerre 

CUMBERLEGGE, Capt. G. F. G., 2/Oxford & Bucks L.I. Croce di Guerra 
DANGERFIELD, Lieut. Paul, i/East Kent ... Legion d 1 Honntur (Knight) 
DAVIS, Lieut. Dudley Frederick, R.F.A. ... Ordre du Merite Agricole 

DUFF, 2/Lt. Gordon, R.G.A. ... ... Legion d'Honneur (Knight] 

EDWARDS, Major Reginald O., Tank Corps St. Anne, 2nd Class with Swords 
EMSLIE, Staff-Sgt.-Maj or Peter, i/Artists ... ... Medaille Militaire 

FALCK, 2/Lt. Lionel Louis, R.F.C. ... ... Croix de Guene 

P\\RRINGTON, Capt. Windham B., D.S.O., 3/Notts& Derby Croix de Guerre 
FELKIN, Capt. Samuel Denys, R.N.A.S. ... Ordre de Leopold (Chevalier} 

FELLOWS, Lieut. Frank Bennett ... ... .. Order of Avis 

FORD, Lieut. Leslie Beaumont, i/Artists Order of the Croivn (Chevalier] 
FORTUNE, Lieut. George Edgar 3/West Yorks ... Croce di Guerra 

GALLOP, Sgt. Percy Champness, i/Artists ... Croix de Guerre 

GJERTSEN, Capt. Rudolph, 4/Essex ... ... Croix de Guerre 

GOLDING, Capt. John, D.S.O., R . A.M.C. Ordre du Merite Agricole ( Chevalier} 
GOODRICK, Capt. M. G., R.G.A. ... Order of the Nile (4th Class) 

GOSLETT, Capt. Raymond Gwynne, R. A .S.C. Order of El Nahda King of the 
GOULD, Capt. Robert Macdonald, 7/Middlesex Silver Medal for Valour 
GRAY, Lieut. James, 5/Royal West Surrey ... ... Croix d Guerre 

GREEN, Capt. William Charles, i/South Stafford ... Croix de Guerre 
GRIERSON, Capt. Kenneth M., 22/Manchester Bronze Medal for Valour 
HARRAP, Lieut. Benjamin Clifford, R.G.A. ... Croix de Guerre 

HIGHAM, 2/Lt. John Arthur, R.F.C. ... ... Croix de Guerre 

HORN, Lieut. Marmaduke Langdale, R.F.C. ... Croix de Guerre 

HUGHES, Capt. Hugh L. G., R. A.M.C. ... Croix de Guerre avec Palmes 

JERMYN, Capt. O. R., Forestry Directorate, R.E. Ordre du Mertte Agricole 
KING, C-S-M Charles William W., i/Artists Bronze Medal for Valour 

KLEIN, Capt. Adrian B. L., /Norfolk Order of St. Stanislaus (3rd Class) 
KNIGHT, Lieut. H. F., Special List ... .. Medaille Militaire 

LAGESSE, Lieut. Camille Henri Raoul, R.F.C. ... Croix de Guerre 



LEVER, 2/Lt. Ernest Harry, R.G.A. 
MACDONALD, 2/Lt. James, R.F.C. 
MAKALUA, Capt. Matthew James Mannia, 



Legion d 1 Honneur (KnigJif) 
Bronze Medal for Valour 
i3/Sussex Croix de Guerre 



Italy 
Belgium 
France 
Italy 
Italy 
Italy 
Italy 
Italy 
Italy- 
Italy 
Italy- 
France 
France 
Italy 
France 
Italy 
France 
France 
France 
Russia 
France 
Belgium 
France 
Belgium 
Portugal 
Roumania 
Italy 
Belgium 
France 
France 
Egypt 
Hedjaz 
Italy- 
France 
France 
Italy 
France 
Belgium 
Belgium 
France 
France 
Italy 
Russia 
France 
France 
France 
Italy 
France 



FOREIGN ORDERS AND MEDALS. 



MASTERS, Lieut. Ernest Harold, R.A F. Croix de Guerre avec Palmes 

MIEVILLE, Lieut. Arthur Manclark, 2/EastYorks Silver Medal for Valour 
MITZAKIS, 2/Lt. Albert Victor Marcel, i3/London Croix de Guerre 

MURRAY, 2/Lt. George Vernon, /Loyal N. Lanes Croix de Guerre avec Palmes 
NATHAN, Lieut. C., 7/Wilts ... Order of the Crown (Cavahere) 

NEIGHBOUR, Capt. S. W., i/Artists ... ... Order of St. Anne 

NEOBARD, Capt. Harold John Cooke, y/Berks Legion d' Honneur (Knight) 
NORRIS, Sgt. Samuel George, i/Artists ... Ordre de Leopold (Chevalier) 
PARKES, C-Q-M-S Norman Eric, i/Artists ... Croix de Guerre 

PARTINGTON, Capt. Leigh, i/Northumberland Fusiliers Croix de Guerre 
PEARCE, Lieut. Cuthbert, R.F.A. ... Silver Medal for Valour 

PIKE, Lieut. George Brooke, R.A.F. ... Croix de Giierre avec Etoile 

POPHAM, Flight-Lt. Arthur Ernest, R.N.A.S. ... Croix de Guerre 

PORTERS, Lieut. R. H., Staff Order of St. Stanislaus (Swords, 3rd Class} 
POWELL, Capt. Walker Philip, /Oxford & Bucks L.I. Silver Medal for Valour 
REYNOLDS, Capt. Harry N., 7/R. Warwick Silver Medal for Valour 

Ross, Lieut. Charles, R.F.C. ... ... ... Croix de Guerre 

SANDLAND, Major Kenneth, D.A.D.R.T. Military Commr., Order of Avis 
SAUNDERS, Capt. Cornelius James, 24/London ... Croix de Guerre 
... Croix de Guerre 

SHEPHERD, 2/Lt. Walter Scott, 2/Wilts ... Silver Medal for Valour 

SIMS, Capt. Nugent Woolcott, R.G.A. ... Bronze Medal A I Valor e 

SIMMONS, Capt. Frank Keith, i/Artists 2/Highland L.I. Croix de Guerre 
SMITH, 2/Lt. George Ernest, M.C., R.G.A. .. Croix de Guerre 

SOLOMON, Major Jerrold Bernard, R.A.F. Croix de Guerre avec Palmes 



Croix de Guerre 
Croix de Guerre 
Medaille Militaire 
Croix de Guerre 
Silver Medal for Valour 
Croce di Guerra 



STAHL, Lieut. Arthur, R.F.A. 
STEPHENS, Col.-Sgt. W. J., i /Artists 
STEVENS, Lieut. William Cecil, i/Worcester 
STRODE, Capt. Maurice, 2/R. West Surrey 
TAYLOR, Lieut. Norman Samuel, R.A.F. ... 

TAYLOR, 2/Lt. Philip Salmon, Egyptian Labour Corps Order of the Nile (4th Class) 
TAYLOR, Cpl. William Joseph, i/Artists ... .. Croix de Guerre 

TEMPLE, Lieut. Alfred, R.A.S.C. ... ... Croix de Guerre 

THOMAS, 2/Lt. Thomas, R.G.A. Bronze Medal for Military Valour 

VANN, Lt.-Col. Bernard William, v.c., 8/Notts & Derby Croix de Guerre 



WEBB, Capt. Walter John, R.E. 

WHEELER, Capt. William Robert, 22/London 

WILLIAMSON, Capt. William Henry R., R.G.A. 

WILSON, Major H. G., 23/London 

WILSON, Lieut. Philip, R.F.C. ... 

WOODYEAR, 2/Lt. Reginald Percy, 7/R. West Kent 

YUILL, Major H. H., R.E. 



Croix de Guerre 
Croix de Guerre 
Crcce di Guerra 
Order of the Nile 
Croix de Guerre 
Croix de Guerre 
Croix de Guerre 



France 

Italy 

France 

France 

Italy 

Russia 

France 

Belgium 

France 

Belgium 

Italy 

France 

France 

Russia 

Italy 

Italy 

France 

Portugal 

Belgium 

France 

Italy 

Italy 

France 

France 

France 

Belgium 

Belgium 

France 

France 

Italy 

Italy 

Egypt 

Belgium 

Belgium 

Italy 

France 

France 

Belgium 

Italy 

Egypt 

France 

France 

France 



MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES 



RECEIVED FROM 



ALLENBY, General Sir Edmund H. H 
CAVAN, General F. R. Earl of 
FRENCH, Field- Marshal Sir John D. P. 
HAIG, Field-Marshal Sir Douglas 
HAMILTON, General Sir Ian S. M. 
HOLMAN, Maj.-Gen. H. C. (with Gen. 
IRONSIDE, Major-General W. E. 
MARSHALL, Lieut. -General Sir W. R. 
MAUDE, Lieut-General Sir Stanley 
MILNE, General Sir G. F. 
MONRO, General Sir Charles 
MURRAY, General Sir Archibald 
NIXON, General Sir John 
PLUMBR, General Sir Herbert G. O. 
POOLE, Major-General F. C. 
RAWLINSON, General H. S. Lord 
TOWNSHEND, Major-General C. V. F. 
TRENCHARD, Major-General Sir H. M 
VAN DEVENTER, Lieut. -General Sir J. 
WINGATE, General Sir F. Reginald 



EGYPT and PALESTINE, 1917/18 
ITALY, 1918 

FRANCE and FLANDERS, 1914/15 

FRANCE and FLANDERS, 1916/19 

DARDANELLES, 1915/16 

Denikin) MURMANSK, ARCHANGEL, 1919 

NORTHERN RUSSIA, 1919 

MESOPOTAMIA, 1918 

MESOPOTAMIA, 1917 

SALONICA, 1917/18 

DARDANELLES, GALLIPOLI, 1916 

EGYPT, 1916/18 

MESOPOTAMIA, 1916 

ITALY, 1918 

NORTHERN RUSSIA, 1918 

NORTHERN RUSSIA, 1919 

MESOPOTAMIA, 1916 

. INDEPENDENT Air Force R.A.F., 1917/18 

L. ... EAST AFRICA, 1918 

EGYPT, 1916/19 



In tk* following list tJie Theatre of War in which a Mention was gained is indicated, together 
ivith the approximate date, by the surname of the Commander submitting the Despatch. 
Figures in brackets show the number of times mentioned, if more than one. An asterisk 
against a number denotes that the Regimental prefix 76 is here omitted (to save space). 



Milne 



Haig 



1347 Adams, Lieut. A. G. 
4686 Addison, 2/Lt. R., M.C. . 
2954 Aldous, Lieut. G. J., M.C. 
4007 Allen, Lieut. C. J. ... 

989 Allen, Capt. F. J. 
3724 Allen, Lieut. H. C., M.C. 

868 Ambler, Capt. C. ... 

4798 Andrew, 2/Lt. R. B.W. G., M.C. Milne 
1915 Andrew, Capt. S. A., D.S.O., M.C. Haig 
6836 Archer, Lieut. J. 
6552 Ash, Major S. H. 
9248 Ashford, 2/Lt. F. M. 
7961 Ashleigh, 2 /Lt. B. H. K. 
7630 Atchison, 2/Lt. H. P. R. 
4170 Atkinson, Capt. W. 

Austen, Major E. E., D.S.O. 
65 Ball, Major S. C, M.C. ... 
1254 Barber, Capt. B. K. B. ... 
1296 Bare, Capt. A. R..D.S.O., M.C. Haig(2] 
8057 Barker, Lieut. A. ... Haig 

6840 Barnes, Lieut. A. F. ... 



French 
Haig 



1611 Barnett, Capt. H. A. ... Haig 

5464 Barrow, Lieut. J. H. ... 

1236 Barton, 2/Lt. G. S., M.C. French, Haig 

3708 Barry, Lieut. E. ... Allenby 

2328 Base, Major E. G. G. ... Haig 

4214 Base, Lieut. E. H. ... Marshall 

3940 Baseley, 2/Lt. A. L. ... Haig 

1866 Bate, Capt. R. E. de B. ... 

3894 Batstone, 2/Lt. R. K. ... ,, 

1662 Baumgarten, Lt. J. M. V. 

1926 Bax, QMS W. M. ... French 

5333 Beach, 2/Lt. T. S. ... Haig 
8158 Beadnell, 2/Lt. H. J. L Allenby 

478 Beaumont, Lieut. E. E. ... Haig 

5565 Beauvais, Capt. L. ... Allenby 
*5494 Bell, 2/Lt. O. ... Trenchard 

1253 Bennett, 2/Lt. E. P., v.c., M.C. French 

5092 Bennett, 2/Lt. S. E. ... Haig 

2243 Benson, 2/Lt. O. ... ,, 

2438 Benson, 2/Lt. R. E. ... ,, 

1558 Bertie, 2/Lt. A. W. ... 



MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES. 



2980 
5831 
1463 
1615 
6371 
1832 
1537 
2126 
2635 
4630 
676 
588 
932 
2274 
Son 
3838 
8002 
6786 
1505 
6667 




Bevis, Lieut. L. C. ... Haig 9751 

Birch, Major W. K. ... ,, 3172 

Birtles, Capt. R. P. ... 7773 

Blair, Lieut. J. M. ... Marshall 7589 

Blackmore, 2/Lt. O. W. ... 3829 

Blackwood, Capt. N. F., D.S.O. Haig 710 

Bonner, Lieut. S. A. ... 4890 

Box, 2/Lt. E. H. ... Milne 5680 

Boxhall, Capt. F. S. ... Haig 5113 

Brasher, Lieut. VV. ... 899 

Brindley, Capt. S. G. ... 3713 

Broad, Capt. K. S. ... 1227 

Broadbridge, Capt. M. O'B. French 1888 

Brodrick, Capt. P. ... Haig 6136 

Brown, Capt. A. T. ... ^2363 

Browne, Lieut. A. G. ... ,, 1603 

Browne, 2/Lt. W. S. ... 8687 
Brumwell, Lieut. B. H. ...Marshall 

Bulpitt, 2/Lt. J. ... Haig 2453 

Bunce,Capt.W.L. lronside,Raivlinson 3011 

Burmann, Capt. R. M., D.S.O. French 5743 

Haig (4) 1889 
,, ,, ,, Plumer 

Bustard, Capt. F. Allenby, Murray 4925 

Butler, Capt. F. W. ... Haig 1142 

Buttemer, 2/Lt. E. D. A. , 2104 

Buxton-Knight, Capt. O. , 2365 

Cahill, Capt. J. A., M.C. ... Haig 7585 

Caithness, Capt. W. W. ... , 1668 

Cameron, Capt. J. ... , 3691 

Campbell, Lieut. A. ... , 8012 

Campbell, Lieut. G. ... French 47 13 

Cannon, Lieut. H. C. French, Haig 3495 

Cardell, Lieut. J. E. ... Allenby 3395 

Carr, Capt. M., M.C. ... Haig 3524 

Carrington, 2/Lt. C. \V M D.S.O. , 2236 

Carter, Lieut. H. W. ... , 1715 

Causton, Major D. K. ... , 4891 

Chase, 2/Lt. G. P. ... , 6733 

Chadvvick, 2/Lt. C. H. ... , 7656 

Chandler, 2/Lt. A. L. ... , 6792 

Charnaud, Lieut. F. C. ... Milne 4625 

Chatfeild-Clarke, Lt.-Col. S. Haig 1790 

Chatterton, 2/Lt. R. ... Milne 2663 

Cheriton, Capt. W. G. L. Haig 964 

Chetwood, Lieut. E. S. ... ,, *Sii6 

Child, Lt. -Col. A.J.,M.c.,o.B.E.ZTrt r ^-(3) 3791 

Circuitt, Capt. C. M. L. ... Haig 1634 



Clarke, 2/Lt. H. G. ... Haig 
Clarke, L apt. P. L. D.S.O. 

Clarke, Lieut. H. E. ... 

Clarke, 2/Lt. J. W. 
Class, Lieut. H. R. ... ,, 

Clausen, CQMS G. F. 
Clayton, Capt. A. O. ... ,, 

Clayton, 2/Lt. E. G. .. Allenby 
Clegg, Lieut. W. ... Haig 

Cliveley, 2/Lt. R. C. Hamilton 

Cole, Lieut. P. J. L. ... Haig 
Colvin, Capt. A. 

Cook, Lieut. C. A. B. ... Haig 
Coppock, 2/Lt. H. S. ... ,, 

Corfield, Lieut. F.J.A. ... Cavan 
Cottam, 2/Lt. A. E. ... Haig 
Coulson, Lieut. C. S. L., D.F.C. 

Mentioned in French Despatches (2) 
Cowley, Capt. J. N. ... Allenby 
Cremetti, Capt. P. E., O.B.E. Milne 
Culley, 2/Lt. VV. W. B. ... Haig 
Cumberlege, Capt. G. F. J., D.S.O. 

Haig (2} 

Cundy, 2/Lt. C. W. Haig 

Cutting, Major R. H., D.S.O. Plumer 
Dadson, Capt. R. T. ... Haig 
Dale, 2/Lt. F. J. ... French 

Daly, 2/Lt. A. J. ... Haig 

Dangerfield, 2/Lt. P. ... French 
Deacon, Lieut. E. T. ... Haig 
Dean, Capt. H. S. C. Rawlinson 
Dean, Ca.pt.W.T.7ronsuie,ltaw/iHS0n 
Deedes, Lieut. R. ... Haig 

Delafield, Lieut. F. H. ... 
Depass, Lieut. R. D. ... Milne 
De Ste. Croix, Capt. L. L. 
Done, Lieut. J. P. C. ... Haig 
Dowsing, Lieut. S. H. Van Deventer 
Driver, Lieut. E. T. ... Haig 
Duckworth, Capt. J. E. H. 
Dudley, 2/Lt. H. E. Haig 

Du Henume, Capt. F. H... 
D unbar, Major Sir A. E.,M.C. 
Dunell, Capt. A. G. 
Durand, Capt. E. D. 
Dyall, 2/Lt. A. 
Edlmann, 2/Lt. E. 
Edlmann, Major F. J. F., D.S.O. 



154 



MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES. 



1341 
1409 
1522 



Edlmann, Major H. E. ... Haig 2605 
4804 Edwards, 2/Lt. C. G., D.S.O. 199 

9688 Edwards, 2/Lt. H. ... ,, 144 

2326 Edwards, Major R. O. ... Holman 9727 
6184 Edwards, 2/Lt. W. H. ... Haig 6140 
1826 Egerton, Lieut. B. S. ... ,, 5756 

1954 Elder, Lieut. A. A. ... Milne 8549 
2501 Elkington, Capt. C. G., D.S.O. Haig 5404 
5338 Elkington, Lieut. G. L. ... Milne 7508 
9382 Ellen, 2/Lt. W. P. ..." Haig 

1078 Ellis, Capt. R. ... 

1931 Elton, Capt. H. S. ... 

7809 Fabling, Lieut. H. W. ... Marshall 
7462 Fairchild, 2/Lt. J. B. W. Haig 

1749 Fairholme, Major H. W. 

895 Fairtlough, Lieut. G. H. ,, 

6201 Farrant, Lieut. V. T. ... 

6987 Farrimond, 2/Lt. W. ... Plumer 
2733 Farrington, Capt. W. B., D.S.O. Haig 
8093 Fawkes, Capt. F. H. ... 

7034 Fellows, Sgt. F. B. ... ,, 

1428 Fergusson, 2/Lt. D. G. .... French 
*3848 Field, 2/Lt. Edward, D.S.O. Haig 
1787 Fielding, Capt. W. H. ... Allenby 
1488 Figg, Capt. S. V. ... Haig 

2478 Finnis, Capt. W. T. ... Marshall 
1 8 10 Fisher, 2/Lt. A. W. ... French 
2599 Fischer, Capt. H. C., M.C. Haig 

4729 Fisk, Lieut. W. E. ... 

2196 Flint, 2/Lt. H. ... 

1424 Forbes, 2/Lt. A. ... French 

1057 Ford, 2/Lt. R. D. 
4035 Forrester, Capt. J. ... Haig 

3530 Foskett, Lieut, H. H. ... Plumer 
9119 Francis, Lieut. I. ... Haig 

2698 Franklin-Adams, MajorB. }. Marshall 
5900 Fraser, Capt. E. A. ... Haig 
7561 Fraser, Lieut. G. T. ... 

3162 Frater, 2/Lt. A. H. Air Ministry 
5841 Freeman, Capt. G. H. ... Milne 
4927 Frost, Lieut. A. St. J. Earlof Cavan 
6216 Gardner, Capt. H. ... Haig 

7303 Gaulder, Lieut. C. W. E. 
2640 Gelsthorpe, 2/Lt. A. M , D.S.O. 

Haig, Marshall 

1549 George, 2/Lt. W. H. ... French 
8530 Gibbons, 2/Lt. W. E. Earlof Cavan 

383 Gibbs, Lt. G. Y. Maude, Marshall 
10062 Gibson, Lieut. J. A. ... Marshall 



1606 

5999 
6256 

*5975 
2240 

3508 
682 

4^58 
2173 
1378 



Gibson, Capt. R. B. ... French 

Gilks, 2/Lt. H. L. 

Gilks, Capt. H. L., M.C. ... Haig 

Girvan, Capt. C. ... ,, 

Gjertson, Capt. R , M.C. ,, 

Glen, Sgt.-Inst. V. 

Glenton, Lieut. F. ... 

Glover, 2/Lt. C. W. 

Gluckstein, Lieut. L.H. ... Cavan 

Godfrey, Capt. S. C. French, Plumer 

Godfrey, 2/Lt. V. 

Goldie, Lieut. R. G. ... Haig 

Golding, Capt. H. W. ... 

Golding, Capt. J., D.S.O. French, Haig 

Goldthorpe,Lt.-Col.R. A., D.S.O. Haig 

Goodman, 2/Lt. R. M. ... French 

Goodway, Capt. H. W. ... Haig 

Gordon, Lieut. S. R. ... Allenby 

Gordon, 2/Lt. A. H. ... 

Goslett, Capt. R. G. Wingate(2) 

Gotch, 2/Lt. D. I. ... Haig 

Gould, Sgt.-Inst. J. R. S. 

Gould, 2/Lt. L. C. ... Plumer 

Gould, Capt. W. S. ... Marshall 

Granger, 2/Lt. E. E. W. Haig 

Greenwood, Lt.-Col. C. F. H., D.S.O. 



6000 
753 
3343 
3275 
157 
6278 

8315 

211 

959 
2569 
2796 
5258 
1398 
1422 

'333 
5121 

965 
5442 
1521 

2547 
2783 



Greenwood, Lieut. C. ... Marshall 
Grice, Sgt.-Inst. A. N. ... Haig 
Grierson, Capt. K. Me I. D.S.O. Cavan 
Griffin, Lieut. A. E. ... Haig (2) 
Griffin, Staff-Lt. S. W. ... Haig 
Gunn, Lieut. H. J. ... 

Guttridge, Lieut. J. F. ... Plumer 
Hack, RQMS M. S. ... Haig 
Haddon, Capt. B. L. Anti- Aircraft 
Haggis, Sgt. Bernard ... Cavan 
Hale, Lieut. G. T. ... Haig 

Hall, Capt. A. L. ... ,, 

Hall, 2/Lt. L. E. ... French 

Hallowes, 2/Lt. R. P., v.c. ,, 

Halse, Lieut. E. A. Hamilton 

Hanna, 2/Lt. W. H. ... Haig 
Hare, 2/Lt. B. U. ... French 

Harris, Lieut. J. L. ... Haig 
Harper, CQMSI H. H. 
Harris, Lieut. C. R. ... Marshall 
Harrison, Capt. W. R. E., D.S.O. 

Haig, Marshall 



MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES. 



155 



6802 Hart, 2/Lt. E. J. ... Haig 

454 Hart, 2 /lit. J. A. ... Milne 

1839 Hartopp, Capt. C. W. E. C. Haig 
4659 Harvey, 2/Lt. A., D.S.O. Haig 

2034 Harvey-James, Capt. A. K. ,, 

2455 Harwood, Lieut. A. W. Plumer 

2620 Haskins, 2/Lt. L. J. ... Haig 
4640 Hayes, 2/Lt. A. P. ... ,, 

4676 Henderson, 2/Lt. C. E., D.S.O. ,, 
0365 Henderson, Cpl. C. R. ... 

1828 Henderson, Capt. E. J., D.S.O. Haig 
2770 Hendry, Lieut. H. D. ... Milne 
'-5620 Herron, Capt. R. W. C. Haig 

2721 Hetherington, 2/Lt. E. C. 

1388 Hewitt, Capt. M. B. 
1552 Hibbert, Capt. J. G., M.C. Haig 

2459 Hichens, Lieut. B. S. ... Allenby 
8003 Hide, 2/Lt. J. B. ... Haig 

4827 Higham, 2/Lt. J. A. ... 

1987 Hill, 2/Lt. A. D. ... French 

6402 Hill, 2/Lt. T. G. ... Haig 

2046 Hillyer, Lieut. VV. H. ... French 
2914 Hingley, Lt.-Col. A. N., D.S.O. Haig 
4562 Hitchcock, Lieut. L. ... Marshall 
3781 Hoare, Capt. W. J. G., D.S.O. Haig (2) 
2261 Hobbs, Lieut. W. ... Haig 

2334 Hobson, Major H. R., D.S.O. Milne 
4599 Holroyd, Capt. V. H. ... Haig 
5882 Hope, Lieut. H. J. 
3835 Hopwood, Capt. J., M.C. ... 

1115 Horley Capt. C. R. ... ,, 

1446 Horsfall, 2/Lt. A. M. ... French 
1437 Horsley, 2/Lt. O. ... ,, 

8029 Howard, Lieut. A. ... Haig 

1721 Howard, 2/Lt. E. H. ... 

2318 Howard, Major H. L. ... Haig (2) 
1004 Hughes, Capt. H. A. M. Milne 

890 Hughes, Capt. H. L. G., D.S.O. 
1700 Hughes, 2/Lt. T. McK. Haig 

806 Hunter, Major A. P. ... 

1380 Hurt, Capt. W. G. West Africa 

1676 Hyams, Lieut. G. ... Haig 

5507 Ingall, Cpl. E. F. 
8132 Ivens, Lieut. F. B. ... ,, 

1338 Ivory, Capt. H. F. Haig, Cavan 
1748 James, Capt. G. ... Haig 

3262 Jameson, Lieut. R. H. ... ,, 

5127 Jefferys, Capt. A. H. ... 



Jerwood, Capt. E. L. .. French 

Johnson, Capt. C. B. ... Haig 

Jones, 2/Lt. C. T. ... French 

Jones, Lieut. H. N. ... Allenby 

Jones, Lieut. P. H. .. Haig 

Jones, 2/Lt. R. R., D.S.O. 
Jones, 2/Lt. W. H. 

Jull, 2/Lt. R. C. ... Milne 

Jupp, 2/Lt. J. M. S. Haig 

Justice, 2/Lt.. W. B. ... 

Kendon, 2/Lt. G. ... 

Kibble, Lieut. A. W. ... 

King, 2/Lt. B. E. ... Murray 

King, 2/Lt. M., D.S.O. ... Haig 
Ladell, 2/Lt. C. S. 
Lagesse, Capt. C. H. R., D.F.C. ,, 

Laithwaite, 2/Lt. A., D.S.O. ,, 

Lambert, 2/Lt. C. O. ... ,, 
'Land, CSM L. F. 
Last, Capt. E. R. 

La Touche, Capt. A. P. H. 
Lawless, Capt. P. H. 
Lawrence, Capt. J. H. (2) 
Leake, Capt. G. E. A., D.S.O. 
Lefroy, Major T. E. ... 
Leftwich, Capt. N. G. .. 

Leith, 2/Lt. G. H. ... 

Lever, Capt. E. H. ... Plumer 

Liddell, Lieut. A. R. ... Haig 

Liddle, Capt. D., M.P. ... ,, 

Lloyd, 2/Lt. G. L. ... 

Lloyd-Jones, Lieut. J. ... French 

Long, Lieut. T. D. ... Haig 

Loveless, Capt. R. B. ... 

Lowe, Capt. J. L. ... ,, 

Lupton, Lieut. L. ... ,, 

Lyon, 2/Lt. F. T. B. ... 

Mackintosh, 2/Lt. H. L. French 

McCann, Lieut. W. J. . . Allenby 

McCorquodale, 2/Lt. G. M. Milne 

McDowall, 2/Lt. R. A. ... Haig 

McKeever, Lieut. G. N. ,, 

McKie, Lieut. R. D. ... 

Maddock, Capt. R. H. ... French 

Maile, Capt. W. S. ... Haig 

Maingot, Capt. P. S. ... ,, 
Mann, 2/Lt. F. R. Hamilton 

Mann, Capt, P. R. ... Haig 



MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES. 



Marrable, Lieut. C. G. ... Haig 6548 

Marshall, Lieut. O. F. B. Milne 1449 
Martin, Lieut. E. A. Haig, Cavan 

Martin, Lieut. R. D. ... Haig 9662 

Mason, 2/Lt. F. ... Cavan 2111 

2920 Massy-Burnside, Capt. G. E. Haig 1154 

9618 Mathias, 2/Lt. D. E. ... Milne 1981 

2040 Matthews, Lieut. E. F. ... 5 985 

May, Lt.-Col. H. A. R., C.B. French 3620 

2392 Merfield, Lieut. S. H. ... Haig 608 

1390 Messom, 2/Lt. H. ... French 1527 

2409 Micklem, Major C., D.s.o. Haig 6653 

1 1 10 Mieville, Lieut. A. M. ... Milne 3601 

745 Mieville, Capt. W. S. ... Haig 7973 

2697 Middleton, Capt. S. ... 2249 

1368 Miles, Capt. L. G., D.S.O. Haig 1052 

4662 Miller, Lieut. J. A. ... Cavan 8039 

3081 Miller, Lieut. J. G. R. ... Haig 3611 

5707 Miller, Lieut. R. A. ... ,, 2466 

*556i Miller, 2/Lt. T. S. ... Marshall 5213 

3579 Milligan, Capt. A. Haig 1414 

1125 Minshull, Capt. J. L. ... ,, 1846 

7455 Mitzakis, 2/Lt. A. V. M. 6475 

1462 Molyneux, Capt. E. S. ... 7660 

Money, Capt. D. F. ... ,, 2842 

912 Moody, Capt. P., M.c. French, Haig 2286 

734 Moore, Capt. H.E.,D.s o. French,Haig 5073 

2895 Moore, Capt. J. L. M. ... ,, 575 

2648 Moore, Lt.-Col. R. F., D.S.O. Haig 3935 

4063 Moore, Capt. W. J. ... 8600 

3910 Mordecai, 2/Lt. L. R. ... 1468 

1451 Morris, 2/Lt. F. B. ... 3008 

3956 Morris, 2/Lt. T. B. ... 6120 

2613 Morton, Lieut. W. C. ... 1160 

4173 Mouldey, 2/Lt. W. E. ... 7617 

81 Munt, Major E. ... 6770 

2745 Myers, Capt. D. ... 3789 

823 Naylor, Capt. T. H. ... 2018 

- 7*35 Neal, Lieut. L. ... Cavan 5537 

1 1 12 Neale, Capt. G. B. ... Haig 1244 

Neighbour, Capt. S. W. 587 1 

Haig (2), Rawlinson 2323 

2366 Neobard, Capt. H. J. C. Milne 3360 

3177 Nettleton, 2/Lt. J. ... Haig 6693 

6115 Newman, 2/Lt. C. E. S. ,, 2578 

3533 Newton, Capt. C. V., M.C. Haig($) 8678 

5862 Noble, Capt. J. M. ... Haig 262 

1963 Oakey, Lieut. J. M. ... ,, 6123 



O'Brien, Capt. J., M.C. ... Allenby 
Oldfield, 2/Lt. R. T: French, Haig 

Ostle, Lt.-Col. H. K. E., M.C. 

Ord, Capt. H. E. M. ... Haig 
Page, Capt. W. I. P. G. ... 

Paine, 2/Lt. G. G. ... French 

Palmer, Capt. W. W. ... Haig 

Parker, Lieut. A. A. F. ... ,, 

Parker, Capt. F. G. ... ,, 

Parkes, 2/Lt. H. F. ... French 

Partington, Capt. L. ... Haig 

Paterson, 2/Lt. R. F. ... 

Pattison, Capt. R. ... 

Pearson, 2/Lt. A. M. W. 

Pearson, 2/Lt. R. O. ... French 

Penrose, Capt. G. A. ... Haig 

Pepper, Lieut. W. A. ... ,, 
Perkins, 2/Lt. L. 
Perry, Capt. G. M. 
Perry, 2 /Lt. P. R. W. ... 
Petherbridge, Capt. C. A. 
Phipps, Lieut. P. 
Piper, 2/Lt. N. 

Plant, 2/Lt. H. N. ... Plumer 

Pollard, Capt. J. L. Haig 
Popham, Capt. A. E. Air Ministry 

Powell, 2/Lt. W. P. ... Haig 
Price, Capt. B. P. ... Marshall 

Price, 2/Lt. F. M. ... Haig 

Priestley, Lieut. L. S. ... 
Priday, 2/Lt. A. K. 

Prosser, 2/Lt. A. E. ... French 

Pykett, Lieut. G. F. ... Plumer 

Quare, Capt. H. A. B. ... ,, 

Quick, Sgt. S. ... Haig 
Radford, 2/Lt. J. A. 

Raikes, Lieut. A. F. M. 

Randall, Lieut. D. M. ... 
Rayrier, Capt. R. S. 
Reed, 2/Lt. D. L. 
Reed, Lieut. W., M.C. ... 
Rhodes, Lieut. D., M.C. 
Rhodes, Lieut. H. 
Richardson, Lieut. H. B. 

Rix, Capt. L. G. ... ,, 

Roberts, Capt. J. ... 
Robertson, Major C. B. Marshall 

Robertson, Lieut. R. J. Haig 



MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES. 



157 



1213 Robey, 2/Lt. A. E. L. Marshall 
3986 Robinson, Capt. E. A. K. Haig 
5030 Robinson, Capt. F. W. ... Haig 
1617 Robinson, Capt. W. P. ... ,, 

165 Rogers, Capt. C. M. ... ,, 

898 Roscoe, Lieut. W. ... ,, 

1624 Rosher, Lt. -Col. J. B.,D.S.O. Haig (4) 
3151 Ross, 2/Lt. W. J. E. ... Haig 
6961 Roussiano, Lieut. T. ... Milne 
: ' : 679i Roxburgh, 2/Lt. J. A. ... Haig 
1240 Rundell, Capt. L. E., M.C. 

8072 Sagar, Capt. A. L., D.S.O. 

3288 Salmon, 2/Lt. M. VV. French, Haig 
1183 Sanderson, Lieut. H. F. Haig 

6339 Sands, 2/Lt. G. F. ... ,, 

58 Saunders, Capt. C. J. (3) ,, 

1455 Saunders, Capt. J. A. ... Milne 
2123 Saxon, Major V. D. J. ... Haig 
1732 Scoones, 2/Lt. T. C. ... French 
2116 Scott, Capt. C. E. ... Haig 

819 Scrutton, Major A. E. ... 

329 Scrutton, 2/Lt. J. A. ... French 
7761 Searle, 2/Lt. W. D. W. ... Plumer 
1612 Seeman, Major F. H. ... Haig 
2232 Selfe, 2/Lt. E. D. 

274 Seymour, Lieut. J. ... ,, 

1163 Shanks, Capt. M. H. 
1536 Shepherd, Major W. S., M.C. Haig 
1018 Sherlock, 2/Lt. C. C. ,, 

7706 Sherwin, 2/Lt. H. C. ... ,, 

2805 Short, Capt. J. R., M.C. ... ,, 

3612 Silcock, 2/Lt. B. B. Hamilton 

6730 Silk, 2/Lt. E. ... ... Haig 

2607 Simeon, 2/Lt. C. B. ... ,, 

Simmons,Cpt.F.K. French(2]Haig(z) 

2591 Simpson, 2/Lt. H. G. Hamilton 

*49ii Simson, Lieut. J. H. ... Haig 

724 Skevington, Lieut. A. P. ,, 

6080 Slattery, Lieut. F. J. ... ,, 

8534 Small, Capt. V. Rawlinson 

,, Poole, Ironside 

9041 Smith, 2/Lt. A. E. ... Haig 

8662 Smith, Major H. C. ... 

6320 Smith, 2/Lt. R. M. ... ,, 

929 Smith, Lt.-Col. W. C. M.C. Haig (2} 
3252 Smith, Lieut. W. T. ... Haig 
6664 Snowden, 2/Lt. W. C. ... ,, 

375 Solomon, Capt. J. B. ... ,, 



6944 
8807 
86 
2926 
6930 
1997 
9991 
7162 
2373 
1608 
2977 

3340 
458 
2785 
1717 
5324 
6629 
1946 
1071 



7949 
8069 
4103 
6713 
2141 
1467 
1932 



^6235 
6367 
1225 

1038 



Southam, Sub-Lt. A. W. Admiralty 
Spafford, 2/Lt. A. V. ... Haig 
Sprawson, Capt. E. C. ... French 
Stahl, Lieut. A. ... Haig 

Stace, Capt. J. A. ... ,, 

Stanesby, Lieut. R. W. J. 

Stark, Lieut. J. D. ... 

Stansfield, Major H., M.B.E. ,, 
Stephens, L/Cpl. W. J. ... 
Stephenson, 2/Lt. K. L. French 
Sterndale-Bennett, Comdr. W., D.S.O. 
Munro, Haig (2) 

Stevens, Capt. H. J. H. Van Deventer 
Stevenson, Lieut. A. F. ... Monro 
Stewart, Sgt. J. D. ... Haig 

Storey, 2/Lt. K. ... French 

Strang, Lieut. W. ... Allenby 

Stratton, Lieut. G. L., M.C. Marshall 
Strode, Sgt. J. ... French, Haig 

Suckling, Sgt. P. H. ... Haig 
Suiter, Capt. C. R. ... 

Summerfield, Capt. A. B. Marshall 
Summersell, 2/Lt. J. G. ... Allenby 
Sutcliffe, Lieut. F. ... 

Symons, Capt. J. R. ... Haig 
Taplin, Capt. G. A. ... 

Tapper, Capt. M. T. ... 

Taylor, Capt. B. M., D.S.O., M.C. 

French, Haig 

Taylor, Lieut. J. F. ... Haig 
Taylor, 2/Lt. P. S. ... Murray 

Thomas, Lieut. P. E. ... Haig 
Thompson, Capt. A. J., D.S.O., M.C., 

French, Haig (2), Plumet 
Thompson, 2/Lt. C. E., D.S.O., M.C. 



V. 



3783 Thompson, 2/Lt. C. 

599 Thorne, -Lieut. P. H. 

6292 Thrippleton, 2/Lt. H. 

6163 Tidy, Lieut. J. O. 

3126 Tilley, Capt. J. E. 

1956 Toller, Lieut. W. G. 

9010 Tooley, 2/Lt. R. F. 

1768 Treatt, Capt. C. C. 

4208 Treloar, Capt. G. D., D.S.O. 

7334 Truman, Major E. D. 

7988 Truscott, 2/Lt. M. J. ... 

1177 Tucker, Capt. N. P. 



Maude 
Haig 



Allenby 

Haig 

Maude 

Haig 

Milne 



MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES. 



*48o3 Turnbull, Lieut. M. Haig 2826 

7361 Turnbull, 2/Lt. M. ... 7676 

1190 Turner, Lieut. H. K. ... French 1121 

1275 Tweedie- Smith, 2/Lt. A. Haig 1945 

Tyer, Capt. A. A. French, Haig (2} 1399 

7794 Van-der-Noot, 2/Lt. H. E. Haig 3373 

1800 Vann, Capt. B. W., v.c., MC. Frtnch 1241 

>, , i, ' Haig 6505 

2823 Vaughan, Lieut. F. S. ... AUenby 2876 

4293 Vernon, 2/Lt. H. R. ... Haig 2540 

216 Vincent, 2/Lt. E. S. ... Maude 1030 

"4804 Vincent, 2/Lt. J. ... Haig 

7828 Wailes, Capt. F. G. ... ,, 5302 

7297 Walby, 2/Lt. H. C., D.S.O. ,, 2 59 

1865 Wakeley, 2/Lt. J. E. S. .. ., 1972 

905 Walker, Lieut. R. H. ... Marshall 1155 

1796 Wallis, Sgt. A. O. S. ... French 1497 

3815 Ward, Capt. N. G. ... Haig 7932 

2 337 Warren, Capt. A. N. ... ,, 3242 

2614 Watson, Major T. W. ... 2654 

5084 Watt, 2/Lt. J. M. ... 4946 

2486 Watts, Lieut. H. L. .. 6610 

3303 Weale, Lieut. W. W. C. ... AUenby 6782 

5459 Weaver, Capt. F., M.C. ... Haig 5763 

2902 Webb, 2/Lt. R. D. A. ... 8165 

8278 Webb, Capt. H. F. ... 3393 



Webb, Capt. W. J. French, Haig 
Webber, 2 /Lt. W. J. ... Haig 
Weber-Brown, Capt. W. A. 
Wenyon, Capt. H. J., D.S.O. 
West, Capt. F. ... Plumer 

Westlake, Sgt. A. M. ... Haig 
Weston, Sgt. D. G. .. Haig (2} 

Whitaker, 2/Lt. G. M. ... Haig 
Whiteaway, Major E. G. L. ,, 

Wilkins, Capt. R. ... 

Willans, Capt. H., D.S.O., M.C. French 
,, ,, ,, Plie met- 

Williams, Capt. L. E. ... Haig 
Williams, 2/Lt. W. T. ... French 
Williamson, Lieut. W. H. R. Plumer 
Willis, Sgt. C. R. ... French 

Wilson, Major H. G. ... Haig 
Winkworth, Lieut. S. Air Ministry 
Witcombe, Cpl. S. F. ... French 
Wood, Major P. N. ... Monro 
Woolveridge, 2/Lt. C. L. Haig 

Worrall, 2/Lt. S. 

Wrightson, Lieut. E., D.S.O. Cavan 
Wynne, Lieut. R. B. ... Haig 
Wyrall, 2/Lt. E. 
Yuill, Lieut. H. H., D.S o., M.C. 

French^ Haig (3) 



ADDENDA : 



BROUGHT TO NOTICE. 

(Secretary of State's Mentions.) 



159 



Por Distinguished Services rendered in connection with the War. 
Shirley, Lieut.-Col. William, C.M.G. ... ... ... Artists' Rifles 

For Valuable Services rendered in connection with the War. 

Horsley, Colonel Walter Charles, V.D. Artists' Rifles ; Town Major, Englebelmer 

Shaw, Lieut.-Col. Edward St. Lawrence (2) ... i/E. Surrey : No. 15 (Artists' Rifles) O.C.B. 
Shirley, Lieut.-Col. Herbert J., C.M.G. ... i/Artists : 5/Lancashire Fusiliers: R.A.M.C. 



Abbot- Anderson, Capt. L. G. ... Artists 
Alliston, Lieut. G. lo/E. Surrey (Staff) 
Anns, Capt. H. F. ... 25/London 

Armour, Lieut. W. N: McS. * i6/H.L.I. 
Balfour, 2/Lt. C. G. C. Coldstream Gds. 
Barugh, Lieut. W. H. 4/Northumb. Fus. 
Binder, Capt. A. E. L. ... 7/Worcester 
Blomneld, Capt. C. J. ... Artists 

Blundell, Major A. H. ... Artists 

Carter, 2/Lt. H. S. ... 5/R. West Kent 
Chapman, 2 /Lt. H. E. S. ... R.A.O.D. 
Chatham, Lt. R. F. 4/Oxford & Bucks L.I. 
Coleman, Capt. R. ... Artists 

Collett, Major F. G. ... R.A.O.D. 

Collins, Capt. A. J. ... 3o/Middlesex 



Cooper, Capt. D. J. 
Cory, CSM R. ... 
Cowling, Capt. J. A, 
Drewry, Col.-Sergt. A. S. (2) 
Edwards, (.'apt. G. C. (2) ... 
Ellis, Lieut. C. V. 
Fairhurst, 2/Lt. W. E. 
Farrier, 2/Lt. A. V. 
Farrow, Lieut. J. W. 
Garner, Lieut P. R. 
Gemmell, Lieut. J. A. B. 
Giles, Lieut. M. H. 
Glibbery, CQMS H. E. 
Goss, Lieut. L. S. 
Grant, Major J. 
Hawkesford, RSM F. H. 
Hawkesford, Major F. H 
Heyes, Capt. L. 



Artists 
Artists 
R.A.F. 
Artists 
Artists 
25/London 
4/Essex 

5/D.C.L.I. (R.F.C.) 
R.A.O.D. 
R.F.C. 

i/L. North Lanes 
... 3/South Lanes 
Artists 

Surgeon R.N. 
3/Highland L.I. 
Artists 
R.A.F. 
i/R. West Surrey 



Homewood, Lieut. T. S. ... R.G.A. 

Horsburgh, Capt. A. L. ... 8/London 
Hutchinson, Capt. N. W. ... R.A S.C. 
Jennings, Capt. J. W. ... R.A.F. 

Keene, 2/Lt. G. G. ... R.A.O.D. 

Lay born, Lieut. T. A. E. ... R.A.F. 

Lee, 2/Lt. E. J. i/Lancashire Fus.(M.G.C) 
Lock, RSM H. (2) Rifle Brigade (Artists) 



Maynard, Capt. F. G. 
Meredith, Lieut. R. S. 
Mitchell, Capt. J. M. 
Moore, Lieut. L. P. 
Mundy, Lieut. W. F. 
Nathan, Sergt. J. ... 
Newton, Capt. A. R. 
Newton, Capt. C. E. 
Oram, Major R. G. 
Price, Capt. D. 
Roberts, Lieut. E. R. 
Sargant, Capt. F. H. St. C. 
Smith, Sergt. A. V. 
Stafford, Capt. L. H. G. 
Tate, Lieut. A. F. ... 
Thompson, Capt. J. B. 
Turnbull, Capt. R. F. 
Walker, Lieut. A. F. C. . 
Wallis, Lieut. L. P. 
Watts, Capt. H. C. 
Whinney, Capt. C. T. * . 
White, Major B. G. 
Willis, Capt. C. H. S. 
Wood, Lieut. P. N. 
Wykes, Capt. R.A. 



8/Lincoln 
R.A.O.D. 
R.A.F. 
Artists 

Highland L.I. 

Artists 

2 / Devon 

Artists 

9/London 

R.A.F. 

lo/London 

R.A.F. 

I7/O.C.B. 

lo/London 

Labour Corps 

Border 

Artists 

Artists 

R.A.F. 

24/London 

i i/Middlesex 

R.E. 

Artists 

R.F.A. 

3/Devon 



160 ADDENDA: 



SECTION III. 



ROLL OF COMMISSIONS 

GAZETTED SINCE 4TH AUGUST, 1914. 



THE REGIMENTAL PLEDGE. 
In Parliament: A.D. 1909. 



THE ARTISTS," 




Mr. W. F. D. SMITH (TJ.) asked the Secretary 
for War if the Artists Corps was to be reduced to 
400 men ; whether the corps at present had 700 men 
in the ranks ; and when was the decision to effect 
the reduction arrived at ? 

Mr. HALDANE : After careful consideration it 
has been decided that if this unit can undertake 
that a percentage of its members will be prepared 
to Join the Territorial Force as officers, if required, 
an mobilisation, the War Office will be justified in 
giving the corps in exchange for this undertaking a 
full establishment of eight companies. The strength 
of this unit on Jane 1 amounted to 25 officers and 
637 non-commissioned officers and men. 

Major ANSTRUTHEtVGRAY : May I ask 
what percentage was asked for? 

Mr. HAU)ANE: We have not stated that so 
far : we will settle it afterwards. I have reason to 
think that this arrangement, will H*> Agreeable txr 
the Corps. 



ITS FULFILMENT. 
In the Field : 19141918. 

Commands and Staff 67 

Royal Air Force ... 93 6 

Regular Regiments ... 1,635 

Special Reserve 608 

Territorial Force ... 2,661 

New Armies 3,O9 

Other Arms and Units 1,259 

Total Officers ... ... 10,256 

(including practically the whole of the 
Establishment of 8 companies serving at 
date of Mobilisation). 



ROLL OF COMMISSIONS. 



Abbreviations made use of : 

K/A Killed in Action. P/W Prisoner of War. HI Mentioned. 

Acc/K Accidentally Killed. if Wounded. ^Military Cross. 

DjW Died of Wounds. d Died. F/D Foreign Decoration. 

The name of a Regiment, or number of a Battalion, in brackets, indicates that the Officer 
was attached to such second unit. 

The rank given in the right-hand column is the highest attained, whether Permanent, 
Temporary, Acting or otherwise. 



COMMANDS AND STAFF. 

Lieut. BURMANN, Robert Moyle, D.S.O. * Staff-Capt., 20! Inf. Brigade, 
3614 Pte. BUSTARD, Frank, O.B.E. Asst. Embarkation Staff-Officev, Major, 

2072 ,, CHRISTMAS, Dudley Vyvyan ... ... ... Staff-Capt. 

3011 CREMETTI, Paul Eugene, O.B.E. ... ... Major D. A. A. G., H3(2) 

2034 ,, HARVEY-JAMES, Arthur Keedwill ... ... Staff-Capt. 

Capt. SIMMONS, Frank Keith >fc,M.v.o., F/D Staff-Lt. G.H.Q., Brig.-Major, HI 

375 Sgt. SOLOMON, Jerrold Bernard ^, F/D ... Brigade- Major, HI 

3100 Pte. ALLISTON, Geoffrey ... ... Staff-Capt., War Office, Hi 

1832 BLACKWOOD, Neville Foster ... ... R.T.O. Capt., H) 

1537 BONNER, Stanley Abbott, O.B.E. ... ... R.T.O. Major, HI 

3128 BOVET, Verner Charles Aloys ... ... ... R.T.O. Capt. 

2178 CAUSTON, Dudley Knight ... R.T.O. Major, H) 

3573 CHARNAUD, FrederickChristian,M.B.K. Interpreter (Intelligence) Capt., H} 

471 Sgt. DE PURY, Charles Frederick ... ... R.T.O. Staff- Lieut. 

1016 Corpl. ELLIOTT, Harold Ferox ... ... ... R.T.U. Capt. 

248 Sgt. FRY, George Charles Lovell ... ... ... R.T.O. Lieut. 

1549 GEORGE, Walter Hope >fr ... Special Appointment. Major, HI 

"1570 ,, GRIFFIN, Sydney William ... Interpreter (Intelligence Dept.} HI 

1839 Corpl. HARTOPP, Charles W. E. Cradock ... R.T.O. Capt., H3 

2835 Pte. HERVEY, George Arthur Kenneth ... ... R.T.O. Capt. 

806 Sgt. HUNTER, Arthur Percival ... ... R.T.O. Major, H) 

2644 Pte, NOAD, Colin Kenneth ... ... ... ... Staff-Lieut. 

1183 ,, SANDERSON, Harold Francis ... ... R.T.O. Lieut., HI 

3172 Pte. SANDLAND, Kenneth ... ... ... ... R.T.O. Major 

iigGL/Cpl.WoLSTENHOLME, John Bernard W. ... ... R.T.O. Lieut. 

2880 Pte. ANNS, Harold Falkner ... ... ... ... Staff-Lieut., HI 

1296 BARE, Alfred Raymond, D.S.O. ^ ... ... Staff-Capt., HI 

761110 Cpl. BIRCH, Wm. Kenning, O.B.E. ... ... ... Major, Hi 

3569 Pte. BOOTH, Edward Arthur ... ... ... Staff- Lieut. 

2126 Box, Ernest Hyatt ... ... ... ... Staff- Capt., HI 

63610 BROWN, Lionel, M.B.E. ... ... Capt., Directorate oj Labour 

2345 ,, BURBURY, Arthur Vivian %< ... ... ... Staff- Lieut. 

4410 CAFFAREY, Bernard James ... ... ... Staff-Capt. 

1548 CQMS CHETWOOD, Henry John ... Staff-Lieut. istClass,D. G.T.R.T.E^ 

64950 Pte. CLOUTTE, Herbert James ... ...Specially Employed; 2JLt.. 



COMMANDS AND STAFF. 



163 



4360 Pte. CUCKNEY, Ernest John, D.S.C. ... ... ... Staff-Lieut. 

8168 Sgt. DANIELL, Thos. Edw. St. Claret, O.B.E. Lt.-Col., Dir. of Equipment 

768535 Sgt. DICKS, Henry Victor ... ... Specially Empl< >yetf ; 2/Lt. 

8225 L/Cpl. Dix, John Wellington ... ... Staff-Lieut., West African F.F. 

1097 Sgt. EATON, John Edward Caldwell ... ... ... Staff-Lieut. 

1765 Pte'. FARMER, Horace Edwin ... ... ... Staff-Capt. 

2905 Sgt. FORD, Leslie Beaumont ... ... Staff-Lieut.; A.D.C. 

7822 Pte. FRYER, Sidney Ernest, M.B.E. ... ... ... Staff-Lieut. 

6 1 Sgt. FURZE, Gordon ^ ... ... Staff-Capt., 2j 'Guards' Brigade 

768317 Pte. GARDNER, Oswald J. ... ... ... Education Officer ; Lieut. 

2240 GOLDSCHMIDT, Harold Henry Arthur ... ... Staff-Lieut. 

763298 ,, GRAHAM, James ... ... Staff - Lieut. ; Employed War Office 

2334 HOBSON, Harry Royd, D. so. ... Lieiit.-Col., A.A.Q.M.G., HI 

765902 Lieut. HALKETT, Guy Wallace ... ... ... ... Brigade Major 

2255 Pte. HOLLIS, Henry Lewis ... ... ... Major, D.A.Q.M.G. 

765577 i, JERMYN, Oliver Reynolds ... ...Capt., Forestry Directorate 

761297 RSM LOVELL, George Herbert ... ... Major, D.A.D.O.S., HI 

5774 Pte. LESLIE-SMITH, James ... ... ... ... Staff-Capt. 

14447 LAWLESS, Philip Henry ^ ... ... Major, D.A.A.G., Hi 

2475 D MAKALUA, Matthew James, O.B.E., F/D ... Major, D.A.D M. 

998 MARTIN, Victor Callingham ... ... ... Staff-Capt. 

2895 MOORE, John Leslie Mackenzie >, HI ... ... R. T.O., Capt. 

4394 OUTLAW, William Henry Asst. Director Local Resources ; Major 

231 Lieut. FINDER- BROWN, Henry ... ... ... ... R.T.O., Capt. 

7266 Sgt. PORTERS, Robert Halsted, M.B.E., F/D ... ... Staff-Lieut. 

7196 Pte. POTTS, Francis Sidney ... ... ... ... Staff-Lieut. 

766286 Sgt. SIDGWICK, Frank ... ... Major, Ministry of Labour 

767817 Pte. SAUNDERS, William Lawrence ... Specially Employed ; 2 1 Lieut. 

762032 ,, SKENE, George Alexander Employed under Dir. of Timber Supplies ; Lieut. 

85 Sgt. SMITH, Harold Rees & ... ... ... Major, D.A.A.Q.M.G. 

4022 Pte. THOMAS, Alban Musgrove ... ... ... Staff-Lieut. 

1225 ,, THOMPSON, Arnold John, D.S.O. ... ... Btigade-Major.,H$i($) 

1768 ,, TREATT, Chaplin Court ... ... Major, R.A.F., Hi 

5562 ,, WALKER, Harold Frederick, M.B.E. ... Flying Officer, R.A.F. 

6180 ,, WIDDERSON, Andrew James, O.B.E. ... ... Staff-Capt. 

10 CSM WRENTMORE, John Harris ... ... Staff- Lieut. (Recruiting] 

761980 Pte. WYNN-WERNICK, Frederick Corbet Lieut., Min. of National Service 

RAILWAY TRAFFIC OFFICERS (LIEUTENANTS). 



3243 Cpl. ALLBUTT, Herbert Stanley ... 805 CQMS 

2713 Pte. BORRAJO, Sydney Alphonzo 2179 Pte. 
3012 ,, BOUGHTON, Frederick Charles 

9632 ,, BRETHERTON, Francis 202 CQMS 

1548 CQMS CHETWOOD, Henry John 35 5 1 Pte. 

765499 Pte. CHIGNELL, Alan Herbert 159 CSM 
7528 ,, COLEMAN, Frederick Charles 766580 Pte. 

2144 ,, FRANCIS, Charles William 2054 Pte. 

1936 GASGOINE, Hugh *& 3426 ,, 



GOUGH, Herbert George 
JEWELL, Charles Francis 

Hawkins 

KNIGHT, Henry Frampton 
MARTIN, Richard Ivatt 
MARVIN, Douglas Ward 
MASON, Landon Randolph 
SELWAY, Edgar John 
VANDYKE, Percy Reginald 



164 



ROYAL NAVAL AIR SERVICE. 



2082 Pte. BRISLEY, Cuthbert Everard 

3090 BUSH, Richard Eldon ... 

4360 CUCKNEY, Ernest John ... 

3261 EDMONDS, Wilfred Bell 

2657 FELKIN, Samuel Denys ... 

472 MORRELL, Charles M. 

2286 POPHAM, Arthur Ernest ... 

2256 SAVORY, Kenneth Stevens 

1965 SIEVEKING, Lancelot de Giharne 

1909 SIMPSON, George Goodman 

1061 TOMLINSON, Noel Bannister 

763757 Pte. ATHERLEY, Sydney H. 

767199 BELLAMY, Kenneth John Gunning 

2433 GILLESPIE, Leslie Herbert Gray ... 

4703 LITTLEBOY, Vernon Hatherton ... 

2925 McGREGOR, Norman Myers 

765005 PODMORE, John Donald 

3332 POWER, Ronald Victor 

2597 POWNALL, Charles Herbert 

766237 UNDERHAY, George Flaxman 

760917 WILKINSON, Ernest George 

2127 WINTER, Rupert Randolph 



Flight 
Sub-Lieut. 



I6/II/I4 
H/ 7/15 



Major R.A.F. JC/' A 30/7/18 

Injured 24/3/16 

17/11/15 flight- Lieut. (Staff}, D.S.C. 
16/12/15 From 9 1 Somerset L. /. 

Flight-Capt.R.A.F.,Q.v.K., F/D 

Interned in Holland 



30/10/15 

1 1/ 9/14 Major, D.s.o. AND BAR, Bl 

7/ 7/15 Ctf//., D.S.C. PjW ioli2l\i 

8/ 7/ J 5 Capt., D.S.C. 

8/ 9/14 Flight-Capt. R.A.F. 

2$j 3/17 ZzVitf. 
12/12/17 

3/11/16 Drowned 10/12/17 
21/12/16 AccjK 22/12/17 

5/ 2/16 Fl.-Lieut. (Capt. R.A.F.) D.S.C. 

7/ 2/18 
3 o/ 8/16 
29/ 8/1 6 Flight Sub-Lieut. 

7/ i /i 8 Lieut. 
22 1 4/17 Flight Sub- Lieut. 

5/ 2/16 Flight.-Commr. KjA 9/2/18 



ROYAL FLYING CORPS/ 



Lieut. CHILD, Arthur James 
2ndLt. HARVEY, Eric Blake 
2ndLt. O'BRIEN, Joseph Andrew 
2ndLt. TALLENTIRE, Arthur Tom 
2383 Pte. ADAMS, Ronald Blake 
2345 ,, BURBURY, Arthur Vivian 
2617 CLARK, Walter Llewellyn 
1274 ,, CLIFTON, Edward Noel 
1868 Sgt. DANiELL,Thos. Edward St. Clare 
2572 Pte. GREEN, James Henry 
3276 ,, HAKEWILL, Thomas George 
1700 ,, HUGHES, Thomas McKenny ... 
375 Sgt. SOLOMON, Jerrold Bernard 
1768 Pte. TREATT, Chaplin Court 
2320 ,, TRIER, Henry Alwyn T. 
3567 ,, WESTERN, James George 



Gazetted 
to R.F.C. 
I/ I/l6 Lt.-Col., *, O.B.E., F/D, 

-/ 8/15 Capt. PI\V,repat.,?.2\\\li% 

2 9/ 3/ 16 
-/ -/i 5 Killed (in France) 20/10/15 

4/ 9/15 From ^Middlesex 
1/10/15 Balloon Officer, Staff-Lieut. 
17; 2 1 1 6 (i ^Middlesex) , Capt. KjA 23/5/17 
17/11/15 (Cold sty earn Gds.}, Lt. w. 25/1/15 
8/ 9/15 Lt.-Col. (Staff}, *, O.B.E. 

7/H/I5 

-/ 2/16 Killed in Egypt 11/2/16 

22/11/15 (2/K.R.R.). K/Ai6/ 2 /iS. Bl 

I 5/ IO / I 5 Major, ^, F/D, 5U(2) 

27/ 1/15 From North Lanes., UH 

-/ 8/15 Z/^w/. 

3 1/ 7/15 Lieut. M.B.E. 



[* It is possible that this List does not include all Officers gazetted originally to other Arms who 
were subsequently attached to the R.F.C. or R.A.F. ED.] 



ROYAL FLYING CORPS. 





Gazetted 
to R.F.C. 


6677 P te - BARLOW, William Geoffrey 


I5/ 3/1 6 Lieut. 


7525 BLACKWOOD, John 


I3/ 3/1 6 Major 


6099 COCK, Geoffrey Hornblower 


3/ 6/1 6 


^753 COWLING, John Arnold ... 


i8/ 4/16 Capt., Ufa 


7287 GOUDIE, Norman 


22/ 4/16 Capt., D.F.C. 


2158 HORN, Marmaduke Langdale 


-/ -/i 6 Lieyt., F/D 


6294 MACKAIN, Henry Fergus 


i8/ 3/16 Killed in Action 27/2/17 


2113 NEAL, Harry 


-/ -/i 6 


3961 RADCLIFFE, Ernest John ... 


2o/ 1/16 Killed (B rooklands) 20/2/16 


7015 RUCK, John Arthur 


i7/ 3/16 AcclK 25/5/16 


6592 SMITH, Arthur William 


3/ 6/1 6 Lieut. 


7586 Pte. ABBOT, Thomas Walker 


27/ 1/17 Lieut.> f& KjA 18/8/17 


760593 Sgt. ACKERMANN, Gerald 


27/10/17 A.E.O. 


765428 Pte. ADAMS, Philip Walter 


12/10/17 


760621 ,, ADAMSON, Christopher Patrick ... 


i'3/ 4/17 PI ^22/10/17 


764006 , ALBERRY, William Charles 


13/12/17 


7891 , ALBURY, Norman Howard 


7/ 2/17 &IA 15/9/17 


763144 , ALLEN, Cyrus 


7 / 6/17 KIA 16/7/18 


763017 , ALLEN, Geoffrey Walker 


6 / 4/17 Capt. (Medical) 


8000 , ANDERSON, Frederick St. Kervin 


28/ 2/17 w. 21/11/17 


766009 , ANDERSON, Patrick Alexander ... 


267 8/17 KjA 19/10/17 


7587 L/Cpl. ANDERSON, Richard Wm. L. 


277 1/17 KjA 11/6/17 


763223 Pte. ANDREWS, Alfred Edmund Claude 


21 / 4/17 Lieut. 


2884 Cpl. ANGELL, Bruce Othniel ... 


i 8/ '9/16 Lieut., M.B.E. 


7502 Pte. APPLEYARD, Victor Harold 


7/ 2/17 


7629 , ARBERY, Ernest Edward 


27 / 1/17 KIA 6/6/17 


8151 , 


ARNOLD, Henry ... 


27/ 1/17 Lieut, w. 28/8/17 


7799 , 


ARNOLD, John Kenneth ... 


7/ 2/17 Lieut. 


7920 , 


ATCHLEY, Rowland Waldegrowe 


io/ 9/16 A.E.O. 


766239 , 


ATHERTON, Jack ... 


22/10/17 


76549 1 


ATKINSON, John Frederick Victor 


i i/ 8/17 w. 26/6/jS 


763485 i 


AYTON. Robert Conrad ... 


i4/ 4/17 Lieut. 


8079 


BABER, John Montague ... 


1j 2/17 Lieut. 


5829 , 


BAILEY, Louis John 


5/ 9/16 KjA 17/6/17 


763773 > 


BAKER, Francis Brackstone 


I4/ 4/17 Lieut. 


8149 , 


BAKER, George 


20 1 2/17 


766959 , 


BALDWIN, Arthur Cyril ... 


7/ 2/18 


5*94 , 


BALLARD, Allan Leslie 


Si 9'i6 


765*54 


BALMFORD, Walter Crowther 


i7/ 5/17 Lieut. 


762051 , 


BANKHART, Paul Geoffrey 


5/ 4/i7 


7102 , 


BANKS, Leonard Glover 


26/10/16' Z/^w/. 


4967 i 


BARKER, Leslie Ivan 


7/ 7/i6 


765492 , 


BARKER, Augustine William 


n/ 8/17 


762572 , 


BARNEIT, William Augustus 


I4/ 4/17 /?/ W 7 15/11/17 


761691 , 


BARRATT, Frederic Henry 


5/ 5/ 1 ? ^^ /< - 


4245 


BARTLETT, Clarence Hubert 


2?/ 1/ 1 ? ^y^ 7 7/ 12 / 1 ? 



1 66 



ROYAL FLYING CORPS. 







Gazetted 








to R h.C. 




760961 Pte. 


BARTON, Clarence Harry 


5 / 4/17 KIA 26/10/17 




6043 


BARTON, Sydney Frederick 


10 1 9/1 6 Lieut. A.E.O. 




764008 


BATEMAN, Arthur James 


$/ 5/17 Lieut. 




764009 ,, 


BAYLEY, Cyril Dunstan Wake field 


i3/ 4/17 Lieut. 




761642 


BEAUFORT, Percival Stanley 


28/11/17 A.E.O. 




4494 


BEAUMONT, Charles Leslie 


27; 1/17 KIA 20/5/17 




478 L/Cpl. 


BEAUMONT, Eugene Edward 


5/11/16 Lteitt. t Bl 




5362 Pte. 


BEENEY, James Alexander 


1 1/ 7/1 6 Lieut., D.F.C. 




766775 


BELCHER, Frank ... 


7 /2/i8 




760728 


BELL, Charles William 


i3/ 4/17 Lieut. 




765494 i, 


BELL, Oliver 


1 1/ 8/i 7 KJA 24/8/18. m 




764413 


BENNETT, Wilfred 


2 1/ 4/17 Lieut. 




766374 n 


BERDINNER, Charles Richard 


20/12/17 




1452 Sgt. 


BEKDOE. James Stanley ... 


io/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 




4172 Pte. 


BERKELEY, Christopher ... 


29/10/15 Lieut. Ac^K 1/2/19 




7557 


BERNIE, Walter Gregor ... 


27; 1/17 




764224 


BERTRAND, Leon ... 


7/ 6/17 Lieut. 




763812 


BLVAN, Wilfre^d ... 


7/ 6/17 KIA 3/12/11 




4 37 8L/Cpl 


BINER, Frank Armsden ... 


27/ 1/17 KIA 3/12/17 




762887 Pte. 


BIRCH, Reginald Allan ... 


7/ 6/17 Lieut. 




762613 


BIRKS, Herbert Arthur 


I3/ 2/17 Lieut. 




6324 ,, 


BISHOP, Frank Ernest 


5/9/16 KIA i 2/7/1 7 




765488 


BISPHAM, David Charles ... 


2 3 / 9/17 AcclK 4/1 i/i 7 




761942 


BLOOMER, David William Howard 


J 4/ 4/17 




1245 Sgt. 


BOMFORD, Herbert James Powell 


3/11/16 Lieut. TV. 15/11/17 




764872 Pte. 


BOND, Frank Edgar 


2i/ 4/17 Lieut, w. & PjW 30/11/18 


765 8 59 i> 


BOOSEY, Ralph 


2 3/ 9/i7 




763563 i. 


BOOT, Maurice Wilson ... 


7/ 6/17 




3586 


BORET, John Auguste 


10/10/15 Lieut., *&, A.F.C. 




760374 


BOSWOOD, Les : ie John ... 


5 / 5/17 Lieut. ATM 3/9/18 




7886 


BOUIE. Jean Augustine Andre ... 


a?/ 1/17 AcclK 24/3/17 




5939 


BOUSFIELD, Colin 


2 5/ 5^6 Observer 




762054 


BOWDEN, Gerald Joice ... .,.,, 


7/ 3/ J 7 




762605 


BOXER, Edward Morris ... 


2 4/ 5/ 1 ? 




765905 , 


BOYD, Cecil Nicholas 


2 3/ 9/*7 Missing 




5568 , 


BRAINES, Thomas Frederick 


5/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 




765342 


BRAITIIWAITK, Basil Foster 


3 o/ 5/17 P/IV 22/11/17 




765373 ,i 


BRAITHWAITE, Norman ... 


7/ 6/17 Flyin Officer, w. 10/6/18 


766011 ,, 


BRAM'LEY, Jack Alexander 


i8/ i/ 1 8 /W Q^V^r 




1260 ,, 


BREWER, Charles Herbert 


14/11/14 Capt.,%. w. 17/6/15 & 


23/3/18 


54 68 it 


BRKWER, Eric 


5/ 9/16 Z/'/. w. 28/11/17 




765217 ,i 


BRICKNELL, Daniel Francis H. ... 


i5/ 6/17 Lietit. 




766680 ,, 


BRIDGE, Alfred James 


i8/ 1/18 z</. 9/11/18 




765108 


BRIDGE, Cyril 


i5/ 6/17 Missing 26/7/16 




7733 ii 


BRIGGS, Frederick 


5/11/16 A\a 




81 5.7 n 


BRISTOW, Frederick Lawrence ... 


27/ 1/17 C/A 




76338 


BROADHURST, Thomas Clifford ... 


7 / 6/i 7 AIK *%i9M 





ROYAL FLYING CORPS. 



167 



Gazetted 



1621 Sgt. BKOCKMAN, Frank George 

2706 Pte. BROOK, Clifford Hardman 

7 6 577 ,, BROWN, Ernest Ainsidee Jellicorse 

7482 ,, BROWN, Edward John ... 

6844 ,, BROWN, John William 

6748 BROWN, Frank Percival ... 

762299 ,, BROWN, William John C. 

765985 ,, BRUCE, Robert Francis ... 
767200 BRUCE, Ronald Reid Hardcastle... 

7824 BRYSON, John 

765157 BUCHANAN, Francis Stanley 

761370 BUCKTON, Clifford ... 

765012 BULL, William 

5893 BULLOCK, Austin Bernard 

765218 BURGESS, George William 

765912 ,, BURSLAM, Frank Grant ... 

5046 ,, BUTT, Alfred 

5570 ,, CABLE, Leonard ... 

764416 CAIN, Douglas Walter Thomas ... 

2094 Cpl. CANDY, Rupert George ... 

765581 Pte. CAREY, Robert Benson ... 

765266 ,, CARLAW, Hamish White 

764685 ,, CARSON, William Frank 

767210 ,, CARTER, Alan 

1189 Cpl. CARTER, William Charles 

3588 Pte. CASSELS, James Stuart ... 

8080 CASSIDY, Arthur James ... 

764977 CASTLEM AN, Frederick B. Goodwin 

765986 CATON, Edmund Percy ... 
766331 CAVE, Clement Fortes 
760873 CAWSON, George Adrian ... 

7588 CAYFORD, George Everitt 

7^3359 5 , CHADWICK, Cyril Henry ... 

761753 CHAMPION, Alfred 

761446 ,, CHAPLIN, Frederick Perry 
760678 ,, CHAPMAN, Alfred Arthur 

8209 CHAPMAN, Edward Charles 

760522 CHANCEY, Percy ... 

762446 ,, CHEERS, Donald Heriot Anson ... 

6751 ,, CHESTER, George Stanley 

764087 , CHICK, Arthur Leslie 

765029 , CHISWELL, Robert Mervyn Frank 

762746 , CHURCH. Ernest Henry 

765267 , CLARK, Frederick Sloan ... 

5733 > CLARK, Laurence Fraser ... 

J 533 )> CLARKE, George Malcolm 
762825 ,, CLEGG, George William ... 



toR.F.C. 

16/10/16 Lieut, w. 18/4/17 
21 / 1/15 Capt. 



26/ 9/16 K[A 17/8/17 
Sj 9/16 Lieut. P/Wii/io/iS 
5/ 9/1 6 Lieut, w. 18/6/17 

I4/ 4/17 Lieut. 

I2/ 9/17 
7/ 3/i8 

2 7 / I/I 7 

6/ 9/17 
n/ 8/17 

26/ 8/I 7 

5/ 9/16 Lieut. 

zj 7/17 Lieut. 

3/ 9/17 w. 

25/ 5/16 (From ^Bedford} KjA 4/1/18 

5/ 9/1 6 (Administrative) 

I3/ 4/17 Lieut, w. 3/10/17 

J 3/ 3/ 16 Flight Lieut. 

23/ 9/17 Lieut. 
2i/ 4/17 

i5/ 6/17 Lieut. 

2j I 2/1 8 AcclK 25/6/18 

26/ 4/17 Capt. 

5/12/15 (From gj Sussex) Lieut. 

2J/ 1/17 Lieut. 

21 1 4/17 Lieut. 

14/11/17 Kite Balloon Section 

7/ 2/1 8 HI 

7/ 6/17 *M 30/1 1/17 
27/ 1/17 Killed 16/7/17 
3 1/ 7/17 Lieut. A.E.O., m 

7/ 2/17 (To Tank Corps] Lieut, w. 8/8/18 
i7/ 3/17 Lieut. 
i?/ 3/17 
2 7/ i/i7 
20/12/17 

27/ 6/17 Acc\K 17/4/18 

27/ 1/17 Lieut. 

2if 6/17 A.F.C. w. 15/11/18. 

il / 5/17 Lieut. 

28/ 8/17 w. 18/1/18 

7/ 6/17 Lieut. />/JF7/i2/i7 
26/ 9/16 

i/ 1/15 (From ^1 Leinster) Capt., A.F.C. 
H/ 4/17 



1 68 



ROYAL FLYING CORPS. 







Gazetted 






to R.F.C. 


765311 Pte. 


CLEMENTSON, Leslie Howell 


i7/ 5/17 Administrative 


4842 , 


CLOWES, Richard .. 


9/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 


764962 , 


COAXES, Frank Spencer ... 


M/ 7/17 


8054 , 


COATES, Sydney ... 


21 1 1/17 KIA 27/5/17 


7935 , 


COBB, Reginald Lawrence 


io/ 9/16 A.E.O. 


6099 , 


COCK, Geoffrey Hornblower 


2/ 6/16 *. PjW 10/9/17 


76421 


COLEMAN, Francis Daniel 


J 7/ 5/ 1 ? Lieut. 


767137 ii 


COLIN, Barthelmy Jules ... 


*5/ 2/19 


765500 


COLLANDER- BROWN, Wm. Hugh 


1 1/ 8/17 Lieut. 


3 2 44 , 


COLLINS, Arthur Duppa ... 


i 4 / 1/17 D\W 1/4/17 


7633 61 i 


COLLISON, Frederick Laing 


27; 8/17 Lieut. 


765419 , 


COLVILLE-JONES, Thomas 


i4/ 7/17 Capt. DIW while PI W 24/5/1 8 


4215 


CONDER, Reginald Edward 


27/1/17 Lieut, w. 18/6/17 


766582 , 


CONYNGHAM, Dalton Parry 


i8/ 1/18 


763196 


COOMBE, Alfred Stanley Nay lor ... 


2 1/ 4/17 Missing 16/5/18 


7818 , 


COOMBS, Vernon Courtenay 


28/ 2/17 w. & P\W 4/10/17 


762972 


COOPER, Gordon John 


J-3/ 4/17 Lieut. 


766190 


COOPER, Sidney ... 


ll 2/18 


11 99 Sgt. 


COOPER, Sidney 


7/ 1/17 Lieut, w. 20/4/17 


765113 Pte. 


CORNFORD, Kenneth Melville A. 


5/ 5/17 Lieut. 


398o 


CORRY, Frank Moring 


7/11/15 D/ir 12/12/11 


4772 


COSTON, James Alfred Carr 


2 8/ 2/17 


762695 


COULSON, Charles Stanley Lomas 


if 6/17 Lieut., D.F.C. w. 9/8/18. Bl 


7573 , 


COURTICE, John Clarence 


io/ 9/1 6 A.E.O. 


765759 


COURTNEY, William -Edward L. ... 


n/ 8/17 PjW 12/11/18 


765927 


COUTTS, Frederick 


26/ 8/17 


766807 , 


COVELL, Eric Herbert 


ll 2/18 


4340 L/Cpl. 


COWLIN, Alfred Charles 


277 1/17 


762716 Pte. 


COWPER, Cecil Featherstone 


J 7/ 5/ x 7 Lieut. 


766246 


Cox, Leonard John 


22/10/17 Lieut. 


5837 


CRABB, John Bawden 


7/10/16 Lieut., O.E.O. 


765"4 


CRAWLEY, Douglas Vivian 


n/ 8/17 


8236 


CRICKMORE, Edwin Bruce 


28/ 2/17 P\W 29/10/18 


760401 


CROCKETT, Wallace John 


7/11/17 KIA 19/9/18 


764883 


CRYER, Harold James 


7/ 6/17 AcclK 13/10/17 


765454 ,i 


CULLEN, James Marsh ... 


2 3/ 9/ 1 ? 


762990 


GUMMING, James 


2I/ 4/17 


475 1 i 


CURTIS, Hubert James 


27/ 1/17 Mis sin p 


760648 


CURTIS, Henry Neville 


6j 4/i7 ^ M/io/i7 


765163 ,, 


DAFFORN, Ernest Edward 


15; 6/17 Z/Vw/. 


764820 


DALPIAZ, Germano 


2I/ 4/1? 


765928 ,i 


DANGER, Eric Oscar 


26/ 8/17 Lieut, w. 2/10/18 


765531 ii 


DANIEL, Frank Charles 


26/ 8/17 Lieut. 


7590 


DAND, James Huddart 


21 1 1/17 M.B.E. 


8168 


DANN, Henry Norman Groves ... 


27/ 1/17 KIA 15/9/17 


762606 ,, 


DARBY, Ernest Hubert Wynn ... 


I4/ 4/ J 7 


760760 


DAVIES, Frederick Harry 


28/ 2/17 CVi//., * 



ROYAL FLYING CORPS. 



169 







Gazetted 








to R.F.C. 




764981 Pte. 


DAVIES, John David Griffith 


2I/ 4/17 


Observer 


766514 


DAVIES, Richard Lewis ... 


4/H/I7 




6845 


DAVIES, Richard Stanley 


5/ 9/i6 


Lieut. 


764059 


DAVIES, William Edgar ... 


3/ 5/ 1 ? 


Lieut. 


767150 


DAVIES, Wilfred Thomas ... 


i?/ 3/'8 




765698 


DAVIS, Ronald Herbert . 


I3/ 8/17 


Missing 6/9/18 


762614 


DAVIS, Roy K. 


14/11/17 


Kite Balloon Observer 


766^15 


DEARLOVE, Basil John ... 


7/ 3/i8 




8058 


DE FONTENAY, Phillippe Auguste 


3/ 2/17 


Lieut. 


765824 


DE GERSIGNY, Noel 


24/ 1/18 




4746 


DENNIS, Leonard Victor ... 


27/ 1/17 




762020 


DE ST. FELIX, Phillipe 


i7/ 3/*7 




766687 


DEW, Edward Alphonse 


i8/ 1/18 


D.F.C. w. 22/7/18 


763026 


DIAMOND, William Edward de B. 


3/ 4/i7 


w. and PI IV 21/9/17 


763874 


DICKENS, Edward Charles 


I2/ 5/17 


Lieut. 


9640 Sgt. 


DICKSEE, Harold John Hugh 


27/ 9/16 


Lieut, iv. 27/12/17 


765699 Pte. 


DIDCOTT, Frederic Ernest 


nl 8/17 


Lieut. 


3624L/Cpl. 


DIMMQCK, Norman Hereford ... 


5/ 9/i6 


Capt., A.F.C. 


7505 Pte. 


DINGLE, William Warren 


27,7 1/17 


Observer 


766016 


DODD, Albert 


12/10/17 


KIA 30/10/18 


763615 


DONE, Richard ... 


*7/ 5/i7 


Lieut. 


3442 


DOWN, Harold Hunter ... 


4/ J /!7 


Lieut., A.F.C. 


761312 


DOWSETT, Henry George 


7/ 3/i8 


^/^i 7/7/18 


621 2 


DRAPER, Marcus 


21 1 1/17 


AttfKilzji'i 


6733 


DRIVER, Edgar Thomas ... 


27/11/16 


Lieut., Bl 


5994 


DRUMMOND, Joseph Rayson 


21 1 ilii 


KIA 22/9/18 


763011 


DUDBRIDGE, Morton 


si 4/17 




762697 


DUFFY, Frank 


*4l 5/'7 


Lieut. 


765438 , 


DUGGAN, Lewin Bo wring 


25/11/17 


(from 1 Hereford} 


764606 , 


DULIN, William Walter Motta ... 


5/ 5/i7 


Lieut. K\A 29/7/18 


4084 , 


DUPONT, Alfred Norman 


"/"As 


Lieut., A.F.C. 


765439 


DUNCAN, James Athol Gordon ... 


ill 8/17 


Aec/K 15/2/18 


765763 


DUNFORD, Charles William 


I2/ 9/17 


w. 10/12/17 


765324 , 


EASON, Walter Stanley 


I I/ 8/I 7 


Lieut. 


4456 Cpl. 


EASTCOTT, John Noel 


27/ 1/17 




763266 Pte. 


EDGE, James Dallas 


'5/ 8/i7 


Lieut. 


765226 - 


EDINOW, Samuel 


2 5/ 6 / x 7 




7326 ,, 


EDMONDS, Edward Peregrine Pell 


27/ 1/17 


DIW /9/i8 


763384 


EDWARDS, Joshua Price ... 


7/ 6/17 




764692 ,, 


ELLIS, Albert Edward 


iS/ 6/17 


Lieut. 


4632 L/Cpl. 


ELLIS, Guy Stuart 


27 / 1/17 


KIA ^11 lii 


2626 Sgt. 


ENGUELL, George James 


5/A 6 


Capt., A. E.G. 


7483 Pte. 


ETHERIDGE, Donald Harding ... 


5/11/16 


A.E.O. 


760473 


EVANS, Francis Bernard 


i3/ 9/i7 


KIA 17/2/18 


765615 


EVANS, Percy Lewis 


23/ 9A7 


KJA 22/11/18 


762748 


EVANS, Richard Ralph 


3/11/17 




764488 


EVERETT, Ernest 


7 / 6/17 


Lieut. 



170 



ROYAL FLYING CORPS. 



6496 Pte. EWBANK, Charles Henry Preston 

762401 ,, FACEY, Reginald Vaughan 

6284 FAIRBAIRN, Arthur Reginald 

3182 FALCK, Lionel Louis 

764428 ,, FARRELL, Kenneth George 

4505 Cpl. FARRIER, Archibald Victor 

763059 Pte. FARTHING, Arthur 

762829 ,, FATTORINI, Thomas 

765700 FAUCETT, Lawrence Wm. 

763496 FAULKNER, Harold Frederick ... 

763639 FEAR, Robert Stanley 

765587 . FELLS, Sidney Frederick John ... 

7439 FELTON, Arthur Reginald 

7440 ,, FELTON, Clifford Twyford 
765091 ,, FENN-SMITH, Warren Kemp 
764091 FERGUSON, John Cecil ... 

767123 ,, FEWKES, Leslie 

765538 ,, FFOULKES-JONES, Edwin Jocelyn 

764554 j> FIELD, Stanley 

763821 FINKE, Rudolph Frederick G. B. 

761936 , FOOT, David Victor 

762557 , FOSTER, Frank Hawley ... 

8354 > FOSTER,, Franklin James ... 
765325 , FRANCIS, William George 
763739 , FRANCIS- HAWKINS, Fitzroy H. M 

5492 , FRANK, Charles Frederick 

3387 , FRASER, Cecil Garnet 

3162 , FRATER, Alexander Hay 

767138 , FRENCH, Robert Harold 

6380 , FREW, John Glover Hugo 

7311 , FRISBY, Ernest Chalinder 

766811 , FULLER, Roland Usher ... 

4118 ,, GALE-HASLEHAM, Dudley Alfred 

765680 GALLARD, Wm. Jack Herbert .. 

7939 GANE, Arthur 

3617 Sgt. GARNER, Percy Rowlands 

8355 Pte. GARDINER, Herbert Michael 
766110 ,, GARNETT, Arthur Wormwell 
766837 GARROD, John Douglas Loveless 

7895 GEDGE, Lathom Sidney Victor .. 

764491 GIBBON, Harold Merlyn 

764063 , GIBSON, James Alexander 

764768 , GILES, Albert 

763125 , GILLBARD, Guidon 

764985 , GILLINGS, George Arthur 

764595 , GITTINGS, Howard Stanley 

3747 L/Cpl GLAZER, David Philip 



Gazetted 
to R.F.C. 

29/ 8/1 6 Lieut. 
7/ 6/17 Lieut. 

27/ I/I7 D.F.C. 

4/ 6/15 (From ^Middlesex) F/D 

5/ 5/17 

i6/ 1/16 w. 24/11/17 3B 

2/ 7/17 Lieut. 

6/ 4/17 KIA 13/8/18 

7/ 2/18 

5/ 5/17 Lieut. 

2 7/ 6/17 Z>/W5/3/i8 

i i/ 8/17 

27/ i/'7 

27/ 1/17 Lieut. 

26/ 8/17 KIA 18/1/18 

28/ 8/17 Lieut, w. 27/8/18 

7/ 2/18 

26/ 8/17 Lieut. 
. 18/4/17 Hon. Lieut. 

i7/ 3/17 ,4^/tf 4/5/17 

. 5 / 4/17 KIA 3/6/17 
28/ 2/17 K)A 23/8/17 
i5/ 6/17 KIA 10/3/18 

iS/ 6 / r 7 

5/ 9/1 6 Lieut., D.F.C. 

7/11/15 (From 2 1 Leicester), Lt. w. 6/1/16 
24/10/15 (From 2lD.C.LJ.\ ft} 

7/ 3/ J 8 
2 6/ 9/ 1 6 Capt. w. & PI W 6/7 / 1 7 

5/11/16 Lieut., A.E.O. 
24 / 1/18 

ii/ 8/17 

5/11/16 Lieut., A.E.O. 

5/11/16 Lieut., A.E.O. 
. 2%! 2/17 Lieut. 

ll 2/18 
2 4 / 1/18 
2 7/ T / T 7 Lieut. 

ll 6/17 

2I/ 6/I 7 

5/ 7/i7 

5/ 7// 7 

. i7/ 5/17 Lieut, w. 12/10/17 

2i/ 4/17 
. 26/ 9/[6 



ROYAL FLYING CORFS. 



171 







Gazetted 






to R.F.C. 


6761 


Pte. CODING, Rupert Ross 


27/ 1/17 


8023 


,, GOLDBY, Frederick Lyster 


27; 1/17 


763785 


GOLDS, Ronald Leslie 


7/ 6/17 Lieut. 


764987 


,, GOODEARLE, Francis Roy 


2i/ 4/17 


761407 


,, GOODMAN, Keeley Ian 


12/11/16 Lieut. 


7287 


,, GOUDIE, Norman 


ig/ 4/1 6 Capt., D.F.C. 


8182 


,, GRACE, Alfred Alexander George 


28/ 2/17 KlA 26/6/17 


760908 


,, GRAMMONT, Reginald Thomas ... 


25/10/17 


762451 


GRANT, Frank Douglas ... 


i4/ 4/17 w. 27/10/17 & 30/1/18 


763691 


,, GRAY, Charles Gilbert Dunbar ... 


IT/ 5/17 Lieut. PjW 17/1 1/17 


765991 


, GRAYSON, Edward 


14/11/17 Flying Officer 


765939 


, GREAVES, Herbert Francis Kenneth 


26/ 8/I 7 


3572 


, GREEN, James Henry ... 


7/11/15 Capt. 


765446 


, GREEN, Wilfred Barratt ... 


1 1/ 8/17 Plight-Lieut., D.F.C., F/o(2) 


764578 


, GREENAWAY, Bramwell Victor ... 


5/ 7/i7 


765332 


, GREENE, Richard Ernest 


i5/ 6/17 


764829 


, GREENHILL, Herbert Percy 


2I/ 4/17 


765269 


, GRIFFITH, Frederick 


5/ 5/ J 7 


764432 


, GRIFFITHS, D. R. 


*3/ 4/ J 7 Lieut. 


762330 


, GROOM, Victor Emmanuel 


26/ 4/17 (From West Yorks). Z/., D.F.C. 


763390 


, GROVES, John 


i6/ 4/17 


763332 


, GUNNING, William George 


i8/ 4/17 


6885 


., HADDON, Henry ... 


io/ 9/16 Lieut. A.E.O, 


762405 


-,, HAGGART, Edmund Charles 


7/ 6/17 Lieut. 


761204 


,, HAIGH, Guy Rhodes 


25/10/17 Lieut. 


765702 


HALL, Edward Thomas ... 


23; 9/17 


3829 


,, HALL, William Eric 


5/12/15 (From 22 1 London). Lieut. 






w. 6 PI ^24/11/17 


764319 


,, HAMILTON, Cyril William 


i4/ 4/17 Lieut, w. 22/10/17 


1238 


HAMILTON, Herbert James 


29/ 8/15 Capt., * AccjK infill* 


762102 


HAMILTON, Morris McNeil 


13/10/17 


762975 


,, HAMMICRSLEY, Cyril 


6/ 4/i7 


764143 


HANAKY, Sydney Reginald 


i 3 / 6/17 PIW 24/11/17 


766519 


, HANSON, Harry 


14/11/17 Lieut, w. 21/3/18 


762519 


, HARDMAN, Donald 


10 / 5/ J 7 


763158 


, HARDY, Lawrence Cecil ... 


5/ 7/i7 


7982 


, HAREL, Louis Octave 


277 1/17 Lieut. KlA 18/8/17 


1384 


, HARGREAVES, Cyril Augustus 


2 7 / 1/17 /?/ 0^15/8/17 


765457 


, HARGREAVES, Willoughby F. 


2 6/ 8/17 Ace JK 21/2/18 


7858 


, HARRIS, Arthur Stuart ... 


27/ 1/17 Lieut. 


765171 


, HARRIS, Percy Edmund ... 


21 / 4/17 Hon. Lieut. 


765037 


, HARRISON, Edward Cyril 


7/ 6/17 w. 25 5/18 


765270 


, HARRISON, Frank 


8/ 9/i7 


764026 


, HARRISON, Fred Norman 


5/ 5/ 1 ? Lieut. 


6342 


, HARTLEY, Allan ... 


26 / 9/1 6 Lieut. 


765122 


, HARTLEY, Arthur Samuel 


2I/ 4/17 


8009 


, HASLEDEN, Eric Frank ... 


27/ 1/17 Lieut. 



172 



ROYAL FLYING CORPS. 



763583 Pte. HASSALL, James Edwin Guy 

5851 HASTINGS, Norman William 

3132 RSM HAWKSFORD, Francis Henry 

7800 Pte. HAWORTH, Peter ... 

762955 HAWTHORNE, Frank Maudsley ... 

760570 HAYNES, Frederick Henry 

3170 HEATHCOTE, Niels Hugh de V. ... 

763034 HEDGES, Robert Bernard Taylor 

2921 Sgt. HENDERSON, Edward Murray ... 

8179 Pte. HEPBURN, Allan ... 

765906 ,, HERRERA, Joseph Ascension 

765313 HEWAT, Richard Alexander 

760635 , HICKS, George Rensbury 

765305 , HICKS, Harry Ronald ... 

4827 , HICHAM, John Arthur ... 

763065 , HILLS, Edward Algernon Ray ... 

763553 , HIND, Ivan Frank 

764945 , HITCHING, Arthur Stanley 

4683 L/Cpl. HODGKINS, Alfred 

764990 Pte. HOLBECHE, Colin George 

766796 HOLMAN, Herbert Guy ... 

762900 ,, HOOD, Ronald 

4534 HOOD, Ronald Paton 

764894 ,, HOPGOOD, Francis John ... 

7730 ,, HOPPS, Frank Linden 

1437 ,, HORSLEY, Oswald 

8029 ,, HOWARD, Alan 

4528 HOWARD, George Vivian ... 

764497 , HOWELLS, George James 

766305 , HUBBARD, Norman Frederick S. ... 

764068 , HUCKLEBRIDGE, Edward Cecil ... 

766955 , HUDSON, Harry James ... 

762453 , HUGHES, Gilbert Cyril ... 

765174 , HUGHES, Ronald Baskerville 

764146 , HULL, Herbert Cranley 

762617 , HUMPHRIES, Leslie Glendower ... 
4449 L/Cpl. HUNSTONE, George Neil 

762618 Pte. HUNT, Cyril Frank 

6567 HUNTER, George Frederick 

7897 ,, HUNTER George Thomas F. 

764246 HUNTER, Harry ... 

4091 ,, HURLEY, Alfred Vincent 

8210 HURLEY, William Michael Mary 

762608 ,, HURST, William M, 

765040 ,, I KIN, Alfred Edward 

762304 ,, IVES, Edgar Donald Kirk ;.. 



Gazetted 
to R.F.C. 

i3/ 4/17 Lieut. 

27; 1/17 

io/ 9/1 6 Major, O.B.E., B) 

19/12/16 (From Lanes Fns.} Obs., D.F.C. 

3/ 1/18 
27/ 8/17 

4/ 1/17 Lieut. 
2 3/ SA? Lieut, w. 3/5/18 
2 if 8/1 6 Lieut. 
27/ 1/17 Lieut., D.F.C. w. 1/10/17 

2 3/ 9/ T 7 

21 1 4/17 K[A /8/i8 
3/11/17 Lieut., D.F.C. 
2i/ 4/17 KjA 12/10/17 
27/ 1/17 Lieut., F/D. w. 24/11/17. Hi 
i3/ 4/17 w. 22/10/17 



I/ 4/17 

5/11/16 Lieut., A.E.O. 



1 a/ 2/1 8 w. Gr 
24! 5/17 Lieut. 

2 7 / 1/17 KIA 28/9/17 
7 / 6/17 Lieut. P\W 14/5/18 
6/ 8/1 6 (From Yorkshire LJ.}. Lt.. A.F.C. 

15/12/14 (From 1 1 Gordons}. Capt.,^*k, 
. 9/1/15 6* 20/7/15. ^/AT 9/8/18. 1ft 
5/11/16 Capt., A.E.O. m 

7/ 1/17 Lieut., D.F.C. 
7 / 6/17 ^/^ 23/11/17 

2/12/17 

i3/ 4/17 Lieut. 

2 4 / 1/18 

i4/ 4/17 Lieut. 

2 1/ 4/17 AT/ /I 3i/5/ J 7 
n/ 5/17 E.G. 

2i/ 4/17 *M l6 /9/i7 
27/ 1/17 ATM 28/6/17 
2i/ 4/17 AT/^ 22/4/19 

S/ 9/i6 
27/ 1/17 Lieut. 

I 3 / 4/17 

5/ 9/1 6 

27/ 1/17 

I4/ 4/17 

6/ 5/17 X/A 11/3/18 
5/ 5/ l 7 



ROYAL FLYING CORPS. 







Gazetted 






to K.F.C. 


764030 


Pte. IVISON, Thomas ... 


21 1 4/17 Lieut. 


8i34 


JACKSON, Arthur 


27/ 1/17 JKJA 7/2/17 


762618 


,, JACKSON, Henry Gilbert 


I4/ 4/17 Lieut, w. 5/6/18 


764704 


,, JACKSON, Wm. Arthur Frederick 


IS/ 6/17 


766556 


JAMES, Arthur Colin 


13/12/17 


5445 


,, JAMES, Edwin Archibald 


5/ 9/ 16 


5345 


,, JARVIS, Archibald Henry 


287 2/17 Lieut. 


760700 


JARVIS, Patrick Wm. Lemnel 


i3/ 4/17 Lieut. 


762857 


JEFF, Robert Nemmo Williamson 


5/ 4/17 Lieut. P/tVu/8/ij 


745 


JENNINGS, Edward Dudley 


277 1/17 PjW 16/6/17 


2638 


CQMS JENNINGS, John Wilfred 


io/ 9/16 Capt., A.E.O. Bl 


584 


Pte. JERWOOD, Edward Longsden 


277 1/15 (From -i 1 Berks). Capt., >J< *& ft 






w. 9/1 i/i 8 Bl 


762880 


JOHNSON, Frank Hollawell 


'4/ 4/i7 


6764 


JOHNSON, Stanley Morrel 


7/ 1/17 Died from Injuries 25/5/17 


3136 


,, JOHNSTONS, Robert 


2/ 7/15 (Front ^1 London). Lieut., ft 


2287 


,, JONES, Alfred Gordon Newton ... 


27/ 1/17 Lieut. 


762273 


,, JONES, Arthur Idwal Morris 


5l 7/17 


764995 


,, JONES, Douglas Hemming 


S/ 5/17 Lieut, w. 10/4/18 


764499 


, JONES, Eric Kyffin 


7/ 6/17 


3752 


, JONES, Frank Bernard 


27/ 1/17 Lieut. 


7806 


, JONES, Henry Victorian ... 


27 '/ 1/17 Lieut. 


764650 


, JONES, William Basil 


5/ 5/17 Lieut, w. 9/10/17 


764558 


, JONES, William Ernest Frank 


2 1/ 4/17 Lieut., D.F.C. 


764579 


,, JOSEPH, John Rhys 


2 1/ 4/17 d. 23/4/17 


763427 


, JOSEPH, Michael Baron ... 


6/ 5/17 Observer, w. 5/6/18 


765239 


, KEARTON, Richard 


i6/ 6/17 


765421 


, KEEN, Frederick Francis 


i4/ 7/17 Lieut. 


760822 


, KEENAHAN, Joseph Eric Anthony 


1 1/ 8/17 Lieut, w. 22/3/18 


59 11 


, KELSLY, Philip George 


5/ 9/1 6 Litut. 


6804 


, KEMP, Allan Frederick 


5/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 


762436 


,, KENDALL, Sidney 


i4J f 4/17 Lieut. P\W 18/12/17 


761431 


,, KIBBLE, Harold James 


287 8/17 Lieut. 


765504 


, KIDD, Arthur Lindsay 


1 1/ 8/17 Lieut. P/W 14/1/18 


765274 


, KING, Kenneth Vivian 


i/ 6/17 KjA 30/7/18 


8211 


, KNIGHT, Alan Gwyer 


277 1/17. 


765685 


, KNIGHT, Robert ... 


i3/ 8/17 


7578 


, KNOCK, Norman Herbert 


io/ 9/1 6 A.E.O. 


766481 


,, KNOWLES, Arthur Richard 


13/12/17 Lieut. 


766309 


,, KNOWLES, Cecil George ... 


7/ 2/18 


766413 


,, KNOX, Percy Joseph 


3/11/17 Lieut. 


745 2 


, LABROW, Leonard 


*7 / 2/17 L/tCUt 


764653 


, LACY, Arthur Ord 


5/ S/ J 7 Lieut. 


766025 


, LAGESSE, Camille Henri Raoul ... 


26/ 8/17 Lieut., D.F.C. AND BAR, F/D, 1& 


764151 


, LAMB, James Ernest 


i8/ 4/17 Lieut. 


6172 


, LAMBERT, Frank Percival 


15/10/16 


766055 


, LANDLESS, Maurice 


13/12/17 



ROYAL FLYING CORPS. 







Gazetted 






to R.F.C. 


764966 Pte. 


LANE, Ronald Basil ... ...- 


*5/ 6/-I-7 Lieut, w. 4/7/18 


765842 


LANGFORD, James Ches. 


26/ 8/17 Lieut. 


765635 ii 


LASKER, Robert Sidney 


1 1/ 8/17 Missing 13/6/18 


764439 


LATHAM, Leslie Sawyer ... 


i8/ 4/17 Lieut. 


763464 i> 


LATHAM, William Gladstone 


137 4/17 Lieut, w. 19/8/18 


5264 


LAW, Edgar Rowland 


5/ 9/1 6 w. df PjlV 13/4/17 


762667 Cpl. 


LAWSON, Vincent Wade .. 


2 5/ 9/ J 7 Assist. Gunnery Inst. 


762456 Pte. 


LAYBORN, Thomas A. E. 


5/ 5/17 Lieut., UJ 


7659 7 


LAZZARI, Reoul ... 


i/ 9/ J 7 


8287 


LEAKE, Robert ... 


5/11/16 Lieut., E.O. 


762621 ,, 


LEDGER, Raymond 


2I/ 4/17 


760681 


LEECH, Norman Henry ... 


2 4 / I/I8 


762649 


LEETE, Bernard Moore T. S 


i7/ 5/17 Lieut. 


8047 L/Cpl. 


LEGGE, Lawrence 


1 1 / 1 o/ 1 6 Major, E. O. 


760583 Pte. 


LEIGHTON, Kenneth Alfred Wm. 


ifl 3/17 Lieut. PI W 


766056 


LEVICK, Cyril ... ... 


27/ 2/1 8 KIA 16/6/18 


765000 


LEWIS, Arthur Gordon ... 


i5/ 6/17 Lieut. 


4548 ,, 


LEWIS, Charles Ambrose ... 


2*1 1 1/17 Capt. 


6874 


LEWIS, Cyril William 


2(5/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 


762881 


LEWIS, Leslie Allin ... - 


3/ 5/ 1 ? Lieut. 


764658 


LEWIS, Thomas Hugh Lloyd 


i4/ 4/17 Lieut. 


765773 


LIN FORD, Bernard Owen M. 


26/ 8/17 Lieut. 


765212 , 


LITTLE, Harold Ross 


5/ 5/17 Lieut, w. 23/8/18 


763183 , 


LITTLER, Tom 


i 3 / 4/17 KIA 3/7/17 


765348 , 


LIVINGSTONE, Frederick Maurice 


i5/ 6/17 Lit ut. 


2319 , 


LIVOCK, Eric Stuart 


*9/ 9/i 5 ' KIA 8/1 i/i 7 


762837 , 


LOMAS, Lionel Frank 


i3/ 4/i7 


3680 , 


LONG, Arthur William 


277 1/17 


7093 


LONG, John Thomas 


5/ 8/ 1 6 w. 2 2/8/ 1 7 . Killed 8/10/17 


762859 


LONGDEN, George 


J 4/ 4/17 


765133 


LOUDON, Robert Monteith Watson 


2 1/ 4/17 Lieut. 


762412 , 


Low, Henry Vales 


i7/ 4/17 Lieut. E.O. 3 


761979 , 


LUDSKI, Jessel Charles ... 


i?/ 3/*7 


767178 , 


LUKE, Arthur William George ... 


2 7 / 2/18 


8212 , 


LYNN, Dennis Leonard ... 


27/ T / J 7 


765409 


MACAULAY, John ... 


M/ 7/17 


761637 , 


MACDONALD, Eric Norman 


i3/ 9/17 D.F.C. w. 5/11/18 


766870 


MAC DONALD, James 


7/ 3/1 8 D.F.C., F/D 


765 43 i> 


MACDOUGALL, Peter Arthur 


2 1/ 6/17 Lieut., >I< 


4881 


MACGREGOR, Charles Stuart 


27/ 1/17 Lieut. Obs. Officer 


764610 ,, 


MACLAREN, Duncan 


5/ 5/17 Lieut. 


76549 i> 


MACLENNAN, John Carnock 


i4/ 7/17 


765098 


MACNAUGHTON, Robert 


"SI 5/ J 7 


5 OI 9 ,i 


MAINGOT, Joseph Henry 


7/ 7/1 6 (/w/ ^nV. W. Ind. R.} Lieut., * 


6421 ,, 


MALABAR, Robert Frederick 


5/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 


764373 ii 


MANN, William George 


7 / 6/17 X/A2&/u/i 7 


765425 ii 


MANTEGAZZA, Rinaldo 


i3/ 8/^7 



ROYAL FLYING CORPS. 



175 







Gazetted 






to K.F.C. 


7 6 3535 Pte - 


MARGETSON, Emil Alexander 


i5/ 6/17 Ace. IK 1 6/6/1 7 


35*4 5, 


MARGO MOUTH, Alfred Henry ... 


1 1/ 7/16 K[A 2/4/17 


7428 


MARKS, Albert Edward 


7/ 2/17 Lieut. 


76313! .. 


MARRIOTT, Dennis Wynn 


2/ 7/17 Lieut. 


762839 


MARSDEN, Geoffrey Rutland ... 


7/ 6/17 


763110 


MARTIN, Alan David 


21 1 4/17 Lieut. 


35 J 5 


MARTYN, August Noor ... 


1 1/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 


765044 


MARTYR, Harry Arthur Charles ... 


21 1 4/17 Lieut. 


2426 , 


MARVIN, Henry Leslie ... 


i6/ 4/17 KjA 26/10/17 


766482 


MASKALL, Robert George 


3/ 1/18 


760644 ,, 


MASON, Cyril Arthur 


i4/ 4/17 Lieut, w. 13/5/18 


763 73 '5 


MASON, George ... 


2 1/ 4/17 Killed 4/5/17 


7815 5. 


MASSEY, Raymond 


2 7 / 1/17 


765846 


MASTERS, Ernest Harold 


26/ 8/17 F/D. 


7 1 / 1 


MATTHEW, Charles Frederick ... 


7/ 7/1 6 Lieut. 


762522 


MATTHEWS, Cyrille Charles 


J 7/ sin 


7657H 5. 


MATTHEWS, James Archibald 


21/10/17 Missing 3/10/18 


762275 


MATTHEWS, John Christopher ... 


2 5/ 6/17 Lieut. 


8083 


MAURITZEN, Roy Walter 


28/ 2/I 7 


762998 


MAY, Geoffrey Theodore Cornelius 


30/ 5/17 Flying Officer, it). 7/11/18 


766797 ,. 


MAYNE, William Ernest ... 


i8/ 1/18 


76307 


McCuBBiN, Brian Arthur 


i3/ 4/17 


765936 


MCDONALD, Duncan Colin 


1 1/ 8/17 Missing 


99 5, 


McGoRRERY, Cedric Marston 


24/ 2/15 (From R.A.S.C.} Lieut. 


762530 ,, 


MCILWRAITH, Wilfred Lawry ... 


i7/ 5/17 Lieut. 


8288 


McLAREN, Robert Angus 


28/ 2/17 Lieut, iv. 18/1/18 


762597 


MERCHANT, Arthur Douglas 


2I/ 4/17 


57o6 , 


MESSENGER, Alfred Lewis 


5/ 9/16 Capt., A.F.C. 


763856 , 


MESSULAM, Robert 


I4/ 7/17 Lieut. 


766914 


MIDDLETON, Alexander Gordon... 


I 7/ 3/ lS 


6114 , 


MILLAR, Maximillian Attila 


27/ 1/17 Lieut. 


4755 


MILLS, Kenneth Le Gaye 


2 8/ 2/17 DIW 11/11/17 


76579 6 


MIMMACK, Stanley Cresswell 


i/ 9/17 Lieut, w. 7/6/1 8 


765865 , 


MINTER, Lawrence John 


26/ 8/17 Lieut. 


762788 


MITCHELL, Eric Theodore 


I4/ 4/17 Lieut. 


6878 


MITCHELL John Mitchell 


21 / 8/1 6 Cdt>t MBF A E O W 4/6/17 


****/ 55 

762239 ,, 


MONTGOMERIE, Hugh SetOH 


26/ 4/17 Lieut, w. 25/5/18 


4716 


MOORE, Jack Greville 


2 8/ 2/17 KjA 2/4/18 


760839 


MORETON, Norman Houghton ... 


6/ 4/17 K\A 30/5/18 


764037 


MORRIS, Ernest Graham 


7/ 6/17 


3956 


MORRIS, Tom Bernard ... 


30/11/15 Lieut., Z>/Jf 23/7/17. m 


5069 


MORSE, Gerald Ernest ... 


5 /9/i6 AccfK 3 1/ 1 0/17 


765509 


MORTIMER, Leonard 


IT/ 8/I 7 


4576 


Moss, Wm. Thomas Gregory 


27/ 1/17 4/JT 5/7/17 


8l6 7 , 


MULL, Edgar 


27/ 1/17 Lieut. 


762761 


MULLEN, John Wilfred ... 


5/ 4/17 Lieut, w. 21/8/17 


6l88 


MULLINS, Reginald Mark 


26/ 9/16 



176 



ROYAL FLYING CORPS. 



Gazetted 
to R.F.C. 

4680 L/Cpl. MUNCEY, Frank Thomas ... zy/ 1/17 

6014 MUNRO, Douglas Alfred James ... 27! 1/17 

765726 Pte. MURDOCK, Harry Samuel ... 12 / 8/17 

7442 MURRAY, George ... ... ... 26/ 1/17 

4934 ,, MUSSARED, William John ... zj/ 1/17 

2222 MUSSLEWHITE, Felix James ... 28/12/15 

765640 NAILER, Raoul Cedric Fitzroy ... n/ 8/17 

766901 NASH, Henry Alfred ... ... i2/ 2/18 

764203 ,, NASH, William Holiick ... ... 7/ 6/17 

6348 ,, NATHAN, Cyril Herbert ... ... i5/ 5/16 

1112 CSMI NEALE, Geoffrey Brockman ... 15/10/16 

766078 Pte. NEWMAN, Edward Michael ... 3/11/17 

7484 NEWMAN, Geoffrey Lewin ... 28/ 2/17 
2808 L/Cpl. NEWTON-CLARE, Herbert John ... 17/8/15 

766565 Pte. NICHOLAS, Gerald Basil ... ia/ 2/18 

766486 ,, NICHOLAS, Thomas Uriah Jerald ?/ 2/18 

762488 NICHOLSON, John Fairless Wm. ... i$/ 6/17 

762939 NIXON, Leslie Gordon ... ... 6/ 4/17 

765046 ,, NOAKES, Harold Thomas ... 5/ 5/17 

763401 NORBURY, Vernon ... ... i3/ 4/17 

1584 ,, NORMAN, Roland Frank H. ... igj 9/14 

760712 ,, NORRISH, George ... ... 27/ 2/17 

765692 , ; NORTON, George ... ... ... 23; 9/17 

4492 ,, NUDING, Eric Gordon ... ... 27/ 1/17 

765138 OLIVER, Hubert William ... i7/ 5/17 

764001 O'NEILL, Gordon Leonard ... 25/ 4/17 

6388 ORD, Bernard ... ... ... 5/ 9/16 

1664 ORDISH, Bernard Wm. Arthur ... 15/10/16 

763590 ORRELL, John Turton ... ... i4/ 4/17 

5866 O'SHEA, Francis Joseph ... ... 27/ 1/17 

763591 OWEN, Herbert Ernest Malcolm y>j 5/17 
765776 OXLEY-BOYLE, Eric Hardy ... n/ 8/17 

8145 PADDLE, Leslie Harold ... ...27/1/17 

763012 PAIN, Charles Heathcote S. ... io/ 5/17 

760737 PALMER, Wm. Samuel Hudson ... i5/ 8/17 

762379 PARK, Ralph Stuart ... ... i4/ 4/17 

765188 PARKINSON, Norman ... ... i7/ 5/17 

7485 PAUL, Arthur Reginald .. ...27/1/17 
766118 PAULTON, Harold F. ... ... 4/11/17 

328 CSM PAYNE, James Alfred ... ... io/ 9/16 

761448 Pte. PEARCE, George Harry 8/11/17 

763956 PEEBLES, Arthur Zenda i7/ 5/17 

765372 ,, PEMBERTON, Alfred Louis ... -j/ 6/17 

760323 PENNICK, Henry William Fredk. 24/ 1/18 

762276 ,, PENTECOSI-, Charles Gordon ... 6/ 5/17 

7986 PERCY, Archibald Felix 27/ 1/17 

7898 ,, PERN, Claude ... -j/ 2/17 



Lieut. Kite Balloon Officer 

Lieut. 

L ieut. 

Lieut., * (0). u>. 6/4/18 

Lieut. 

(From A.O.D.). Capt. 

Lieut. 

K(A 14/5/18 

Lieut. 

(From A.O.D.). Capt. 

Capt., IB 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

(From A.O.D.). Major, O.B.E. 

D.F.C. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. Missing 18/12/17 

XI A 23/7/17 

Lieut. 

(From 6 / 'Leicester}. Lt. w. 1/7/16 

ACC IK 10/5/19 - 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Lieut, w. 6/6/17, 10/10/17 

PI W. Repatriated 17/9/16 

KIA 2/12/17 

Lieut. 



Lieut. 

Lieut. 

w. 15/8/18 

^/A iJs/9/17 

Lieut., A.F.C. 

Lieut. 

KIA 22/1/18 

Capt. 

Lieut., A.F.C. 

Lieut, w. &* PI W 26/6/18 

K(A 27/3/18 
Lieut. 
Lieut., A.F.C. 




E. N, MELLISH, V.C. 



[pp. 44, 491. 




o 

60 

c 

13 

o 

CO 



ex. 

Q 



ROYAL FLYING CORPS. 



177 







Gazetted 
to R.F.C. 




7914 Ft 


3. PERRING, Charles Richard 


27/ I/1 7 


KIA 27/3/18 


762012 ,, 


PERRING, Robert Brett ... 


I4/II/I6 




765955 


PHILCOX, Alfred Reginald 


1 5/ 1/18 




765468 


PIKE, George Brooke 


H/ 3/*8 


F/D 


7594 


PILLING, Sydney Hargreaves 


2 7 / I/I 7 


Lieut. 


763133 


PIPER, Edward Hoerule 


7/ 6/17 


Missing 6/6/1 8 


764663 


PITCH FORD, Ashley Norman 


7/ 6/17 


Lieut. 


5026 


PLATT, Alfred Guy 


26/ 9/16 


Lieut. 


766417 


POGSON, Desmond Philip 


3/1 1/17 


D.F.C. 


5868 , 


POOLE, Leslie Stanley Richard ... 


5/ 9/ x 6 


Died 22/11/18 


764612 ,, 


POPPLEWELL, Harry Molyneux S. 


5/ 7/i7 




765285 


POTTER, Henry Albert 


H/ 7/i7 


Lieut. 


764120 ,, 


POWELL, Ernest Arthur 


21 1 6/17 




762911 ;, 


PRENTICE, Courtney Napier 


2 6/ 8/17 




763309 


PRESTON, Harold 


7/ 6/17 




762599 


PRICE, Dudley 


2I/ 4/17 


Capt., Bl 


762866 ,, 


PRYCE, Hugh Erfyl 


M/ 4/i7 


Lieut, w. 22/7/18 


766659 


PRYCE- JONES, John 


13/12/17 




763596 


PRYKE, Edgar 


J 3/ 4/i7 


DIIV 30/1 1/17 


2262 ,, 


PULLEN, Frank John 


26 / 5/5 


Lieut, w. 24/8/1:5, 6/4/18 


764340 


PUMFREY, Montague Albert V. K. 


22/ 7/17 




765628 ,, 


PURSHR, Norman Frederick 


26/ 8/I 7 


KIA 28/2/18 


4607 


PYNE, Percy 


n/ 7/16 


Hon. Lieut, w. 21/4/17 


7899 .> 


QUELCH, Leslie Melville ... 


27/ 1/17 


Lieut. 


453 Sg 


t. RAINFORD, Ralph... 


5/11/16 


Capt. A.E.O. 


762307 Pt 


e. RANDALL, George Ebbon 


5/ 4/i7 


Lieut. D.F.C. AND BAR 


764165 


RANKIN, Cavin Robert 


2I/ 4/17 




765880 , 


RATCLIFFE, Joseph Henry 


26/ 8/17 




766143 


RATCLIFFE, Joseph William 


23; 9/17 




4911 , 


RAWBONE, Charles Robert 


28/ 2/l 7 


Died 18/12/17 


765190 , 


RAWNSLEY, Percy 


2I/ 4/17 


w. 5/4/18 


765506 , 


RAYNER, Albert Henry 


I4/ 4/17 


Lieut. 


765191 , 


READ, Arnold Holcombe 


261 6/17 


Lieut. A.E.O. 


766261 , 


READER, William 


7/ 2 A8 




765956 , 


READING, Vernon Jack ... 


26/ 8/I 7 


KjA 26/3/18 


6426 , 


REASON, David Jordan ... 


26/ 9/16 


Lieut, w. 15/10/17 


5418 , 


REDDING, Ronald William 


5/ 9/'6 


Lieut. 


7596 , 


REDLER, Harold Bolton ... 


27/ 1/17 


fc Ace IK 21/6/18 


8380 , 


REEKIE, John 


28/ 2/17 


Lieut. 


762883 , 


REEVES, Harry Cosford 


i3/ 4/17 




763626 , 


REILLY, Michael Leeds Paine ... 


26/ 6/I 7 


Lieut. 


761926 , 


REYNOLDS, Francis 


28/ 8/I 7 




765192 , 


RICKARDS, Cecil George 


!7/ 5/'7 




6122 , 


RILEY, Alan Incell 


5/ 9A6 


Capt. A.F.C. 


6655 , 


ROBERTS, Edward Griffiths 


26/ 9/16 


Lieut. 


763279 , 


ROBERTS, Gavern Brooke 


H/ 4/17 


KIA 26/9/17 


7 '4 , 


ROBERTS, Lawrie Paterson 


7/ 2/17 


KIA 23/2/18 



I 7 8 



ROYAL FLYING CORPS. 



763042 Pte. ROBINS, Percy Donald 


i4/ 4/17 Lieut. 


760594 ROBINSON, Cyril Charles Edward 


7/11/17.^28/4/18 


7256 ROBINSON, Donald Greenwood ... 


io/ 9/1 6 A.E.O. 


766570 ,, ROBINSON, Leslie Thos. Albert ... 


2 4 / 1/18 


5286 ROBINSON, Richard Arthur 


*7/ i/*7 


763797 >, ROBINSON, William Stanley 


i4/ 4/17 Lieut. 


765515 >> ROBSON, Eric Stuart 


26/ 8/I 7 


764797 ,, ROBSON, Leonard D. H. 


i3/ 4/i7 


6771 ROBSON, William 


27; 1/17 


761074 ,, ROCHELLE. William Aubrey 


6/ 5/17 Lieut. 


762416 ROGERS, Arthur Forbes ... 


7/ 6/17 K\A 16/7/18 


765602 ROGERS, Charles Edward 


4/11/17 


762353 ,, ROGERS, James Walter ... 


/ 4/i7 


766818 ROGERS, Oliver Leonard 


14/11/17 Observer 


8094 ROGERS, William Roland 


27/ 1/17 Lieut. 


766660 ROLINSON, Frank 


24/ 1/19 Hon. 2/Lt. 


766208 ROLPH, John Gladwyn ... 


8/11/17 Lieut, w. 2/9/18 


765422 Ross, Charles 


i4/ 7/17 Lieut. D.F.C. F/D 


7746 


Ross, Geoffrey Arthur 


*7/ i/7 


5001 


Ross, James Kenneth 


5 / 9/16 Dl W 9/4/17 


7690 


Ross, Peter Cunningham 


27/ 1/17 DIW 26/6/17 


2940 


ROSSELLI, John Edgar 


5/ 6/15 Lieut. 


764206 


ROWE, Stanley Thomas ... 


6/ 7/17 Lieut. 


7015 


RUCK, John Arthur 


i7/ 3/1 6 Ace 'IK 25/5/16 


765731 


RUDGE, Arthur Edgar 


i3/ 8/17 Lieut. KjA 22/6/18 


6477 


RUNNELS-MOSS, Cyril Gower V. ... 


27/ 1/17 Lieut, d. 5/12/17 


763666 


RUSHWORTH, Norman 


5/ 5A7 


760340 


RYLANDS, Eric Claude ... 


i3/ 4/i7 


760607 


SADLER, Philip Herbert ... 


I4/ 4/17 


765826 


SAGE, Douglas Michael ... 


26/ 8/17 Lieut, w. 4/1/18, KjA 18/12/17 


6656 


SALMON, Sidney Arthur ... 


5/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 


4256 


SAWDY, Bertram Francis 


26/ 9/1 6 Lieut, w. 27/8/17 


7691 


SARGANT, Frederick Herbert St. C. 


27/ 1/17 Capt. D.F.C. IK 


763370 


, SAVAGE, William Leslie ... 


i4/ 4/17 Ace JX 1 6/6/1 7 


765802 


, SAWBRIDGE, Robert John Wanley 


26/ 8/17 Lieut. 


8259 


, SAWYER, Robert Henry ... 


28/ 2/17 d. 28/9/18 


764615 


, SCARLETT, Lewis Stacey 


5/ 5/i7 


765020 


, SCHOFIELD, James William 


5/ 5/ J 7 Lieut. 


766622 


, SCHOLES, John 


71 2/1 8 


5382 


, SCHOOLEY, Norman Vincent 


7/ 2/17 


760297 


, SCOTT, Eric Douglas 


i5/ 6/17 


765705 


, SCULTHORPE, Arthur 


3/H/I7 


764364 


, SEDGWICK, Douglas Webb 


"/ 4/i7 


760628 


, SEFI, Cedric Richard Randolph 


6/ 4/17 Lieut. 


75 1 ? 


, SESSIONS. Donald Humphrey ... 


27/ 1/17 * KjA 20/6/18 


765142 


, SESSIONS, Reginald Victor 


i7/ 5/ 1 ? 


762843 


, SEWARD, Walter John 


i4/ 4/17 Lieut, w. 26/9/17 


5965 


, SHARPE, Henry Norman 


8/ 7/1 6 (From ^Leicester). Acc\K ib\\\\i 



ROYAL FLYING CORPS. 



179 



766819 Pte. 


SHELDRICK, Reginald Holford ... 


13/12/17 




765290 


SHEPHERD, Percival Tennyson ... 


147 7/17 




1349 L/Cpl 


SHEPPERD, Harold Easton 


277 1/17 




6026 Pte. 


SHILSTONE, Arthur Bernard 


27/ 1/17 Lieut. 




8034 


SHORT, Herbert Clifford 


if 9/1 6 (From A.O.D.}. Lieut. 




6390 


SIMKIN, Rowland Ive 


21 1 1/17 




7997 


SIMMONS, William Albert 


7/ 2/17 




8017 


SIMPSON, Cecil Hamilton 


io/ 9/1 6 Lieut., A.E.O. 




6559 


SIMPSON, Samuel Ephraim Moss 


26 1 9/1 6 Lieut. 




764584 


SLATER, Sidney Arthur ... 


13/12/17 




765144 


SMALLWOOD, William Spencer ... 


io/ 5/17 K\A 25/1/18 




6275 


SMELLIE, Blair 


2 7 / I/I 7 




7946 


SMITH, Colin 


21 1 1/17 AcclK 11/3/17- (C.C.) 




7915 


SMITH, Carl Anastasia 


io/ 9/1 6 Capt., A.E.O. 




7725 


SMITH, Charles Littler 


28/ 2/I 7 




7259 


SMITH, Frank Leslie 


5/ 9/ 1 6 Lieut. Interned, Holland 15/11/17 


6203 


SMITH, Henry Cooke 


5 / 9/16 7^4/11/18 




766121 


SMITH, John Palmer 


13/12/17 Lieut. 




7707 


SMITH, Thomas Edmund 


21 1 1/17 K[A 14/7/17 




8184 


SMYTHE, Leslie Lionel William ... 


io/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 




766664 


SNOWDEN, William Craven 


14) 3/18 m 




765054 


SPALDING, Frederick 


ill 5/17 Lieut. 




4736 


SPEARING, Joseph Reginald 


27 '/ 1/17 Lieut. 




765478 


SPEIGHT, Richard Hayton 


I4/ 7/17 Lieut. 




765571 


STANILAND, William Francis 


24; i/ 1 8 




763980 


STANLEY, Sidney Edgar ... 


i4/ 4/17 d. 19/10/17 




7162 


STANSFIELD, Harold 


io/ 9/16 Major E.O. M.B.E. 1 


a 


765057 


STATON, William Ernest 


5/ 5/17 Lieut. >fc D.F.C. w. 9/10/18 


763849 


ST. CLAIR-FOWLES, Marcus F. ... 


24/ 6/17 Lieut. 




1249 Sgt. 


STEER, Wilfred 


27 / 9/1 6 Lieut. 




7621 Pte. 


STENNETT, Jesse Norman 


if 2/17 Lieut. 




760852 


STEPHENS, Llewellyn 


ill 3/17 ^o/A' 10/6/17 




766033 


STEPHENSON, Arthur Charles P. 


23/ 9/17 Lieut. 




761993 Sgt. 


STERNDALE-BENNETT, Thomas C. 


2i\ 8/17 E.O. 3 




760939 Pte. 


STEVENS, Leslie Herbert 


6/ 5/17 Lieut., Indian Army 




762104 


STEVENSON, Ralph Tapley 


\ll 3/17 KjA 31/8/18 




2289 


STEWART, Oliver ... 


27/10/14 (From g/ 'Middlesex) Capt. > 


& A.F.C. 


762626 


STOKES, Walter Ronald Forster . . . 


^1 5/17 Lieut. 




764075 


STOREY, Herbert Ellis 


* i/ 4/17 




7908 


STRADLING, Frank Bedford 


20/ 2/17 Lieut. (Dental) 




764272 


SURFLEET, John ... 


177 5/17 Lieut. 




766289 


SUTCLIFFE, Arnold Clough 


267 1/18 




6560 


SUTCLIFFE, Arthur Leslie 


26/ 9/16 Lieut. Pj IV 27/10/17 




795o 


SUTHERLAND, Donald Charles ... 


5/1 i/i 6 Lieut. 




764510 


SWABY, Jeffrey William .. 


J 5/ 6/17 




766147 


SWALES, John Simpson ... 


7/ 2/18 




765323 


SWEETING, Alan Ernest ... 


1 1/ 8/17 Acc/K2/&/iS 




764914 


SYMONDS, Spencer Leslie Hatten 


ll 6/17 KjA 12/11/17 





i8o 



ROYAL FLYING CORPS. 



443 6 


Pte. TAYLOR, Edgar Richard 


27/ 1/17 Lieut. 


760432 


TAYLOR, Gordon William 


26/ 8/I 7 


8293 


,, TAYLOR, Neil Joseph 


28/ 2/17 Lieut. PjWij 10/17 


765199 


TAYLOR, Norman Samuel 


21 1 5/17 Lieut. F/D 


765740 


TAYLOR, William Ralph ... 


n/ 8/17 


5553 


, TEBBS, Charles Edward 


io/ 9/1 6 Lieut., A.E.O. 


2641 


, THIERRY, Frederick George 


2 5 / 8/16 KIA 12/1/17 


765252 


, THEAK, William Edward 


2I/ 4/17 


76455 


, THOMAS, Emrys ... 


21 1 6/17 Lieut. 


765146 


, THOMPSON, Frederick Harry 


157 6/17 Lieut. 




, THOMPSON, Harold Victor 


is/ 4/17 KIA 26/9/17 


765742 


, THOMPSON, Leonard 


1 1/ 8/17 K\A 23/8/18 


762918 


, THOMSON, John Mounsey 


24/ 5/i7 


767020 


, THORP, Charles Evans ... 


io/ 1/18 KIA 30/8/18 


3916 


, THORPE, James Henry ... 


14/11/16 Lieut. 


4720 


, THUELL, William Johnson 


7/ 7/1 6 KIA 1/6/17 


8019 


, TIGAR, Anthony Augustine 


27/ 1/17 Lieut. 


762946 


TILBURY, Robert William . . 


i7/ 3/17 d. 18/3/18 


764392 


, TODD, James William 


7/ Vi7 


8056 


, TOMLING, George Gibson 


27 / 1/17 Lieut, fa 


765294 


, TONKS, Horace Henry ... 


\7J 5/17 


765254 


, TRATMAN, Leslie William Draycott 


i S / 6/17 PIW. d. 13/4/19 


764616 


, TRAVISS, Arthur ... 


iS/ 6/17 


764393 


TRELEASE, Reginald Henry 


7/ 6/17 Lieut. 


7434 


, TRUSSELL, Harry Percival 


27! 1/17 


1605 


, TRUBSHAWE, Walston Vyvyan ... 


3/ 3/15 Lieict. w. 26/3/15, -/5/i6 


766794 


, TUNNICLIFFE, Walter 


7/ 2/1 8 


4856 


, TURNER, Cyril Charles Teesdale 


2 7/ T / r 7 Lieut. A.F.C. 


7889 


, TYACK, Raymond 


3/ 2/17 


765100 


, UNDERWOOD, Joseph Harold 


2 5/ 4/ J 7 Lieut. 


766401 


, UNDERWOOD, Roy Garon 


3/11/17 Acf/KasJg/iS 


7275 


, USHER, Cecil William 


277 i/ 1 7 Lieut. 


765065 


, VALE. Reginald Ewart 


2i/ 4/17 Lieut, w. 1 8/6/1 8 


763803 


, VINCENT, Reginald Denis C. 


7/ 6/17 


765083 


,, VIRGO, Cyril Percy 


i5/ 6/17 Lieut, w. 18/3/18 


764215 


, VIZARD, Harold Charles ... 


IS/ 6/17 Lieut. 


765201 


, WAKEHAM, Richard Dean 


I4/ 6/17 Lieut., A.E.O. 


2525 


, WAKEMAN, Frank Trevor 


17/10/17 Lieut. KjA 30/10/17 


762920 


, WALKER, Henry Edward 


i8/ 4/17 Lieut, fa D.F.C. 


7566 


, WALLACE, James Henry 


27/ 1/17 Lieut. 


762242 


, WALLER, Hardess de Warrenne ... 


i4/ 4/17 Lieut. 


6776 


, WALLIS, Leonard Powers 


28/ 2/17 Lieut., TXl 


765096 


, WALLWORK, John Wilson 


21 1 4/17 Lieut, fa 


7675 


, WALTHO, Stanton 


28/ 2/17 Lieut. 


764521 


, WARBURTON, Henry 


2&/ 8/17 w. 1 8/6/1 8 


8169 


, WARD, Frederick 


io/ 9/1 6 Lieut. A.E.O. 


765068 


, WARD, Sidney Lester 


2 5/ 4/i7 


762442 


, WARDEN, Walter Norman Hastings 


io/ 5/i7 



ROYAL FLYING CORPS. 



i8r 



764589 Pte. WARTON, Adams Henry 

763607 WARWICK, William Geoffrey 

5429 WATERS, Harry Ernest ... 

8514 WATSON, Frederick Arthur 

762817 WATSON, John Douglas ... 

5882 WATTS, Wilfred Edward 

764919 WATTSON, Cyril Beavon 

765070 WEAVER, Clifford Francis 

760590 WEBB, Derek Errol 

8278 WEBB, Harry Frederick ... 

764519 WEBBERLEY, John William 

7879 WEBSTER, Thomas Milligan 

766668 WEEKS, William Stanley ... 

765296 WELLDON, John Cedric ... 
764467 WEST, Arthur 

5976 WEST, Mortimer Sackville 

760971 WHEELER, Edward Victor 

765574 WHEELER, Willoughby Shaw 

762071 WHITAKER, Harry Vivian 

764619 WHITE, Francis Edward ... 

762441 WHITE, Reginald Stuart ... 

760664 WHITE, Willoughby Lindley C. 

760305 WHITEHEAD, Eric Wilfred 

765021 WHYTE, George Henry ... 

763649 WIGHTMAN, John Francis 

765297 WILCOX, Basil Syers 

762988 WILD, William 

765073 WILKINS, Frank Bertram 

766371 WILLIAMS, George 

35 2 3 WILLIAMS, George Gordon 

767074 WILLIAMS, Hemdrick Desmond .. 

4555 WILLIAMS, Roland Vaughan 

762382 WILLIAMSON, Gerald Douglas .. 

7919 WILLIAMSON, James Colney 

765320 WILSON, Alan Forsyth ... 

2873 WILSON, Cecil Eustace ... 

765369 WILSON, Humphrey Hamilton .. 

6852 WILSON, Philip 

766201 WILSON-HAFFENDEN, James R. .. 

763672 WIMPENNY, Ronald Stenning 

7932 WINKWORTH, Stevenson Richard 

763375 WINSER, Frank Edwards 

765205 WINSOR, Arthur W'illiam 

765076 WINTER, Douglas William 

763995 WOOD, Geoffrey Arnold ... 

6243 WOOD, Herbert McGregor 

764954 WOOD, John 

5193 , WOOD, John Edward 



7/ 6/17 Lieut. 

4/ 6/17 

5/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 
28 / 2/17 Lieut. 
10 1 5/17 Lieut. 
a8/ 2/17 Lieut. P\W 1/12/17 

ll 6/17 KIA 8/10/17 

7/ 6/17 Lieut. 
27 / 8/17 Missing 29/10/18 
2i/ 9/17 Capt. w. 22/3/18 Bl 

7/ 6/17 

27/ 1/17 Lieut. /W 1 8/9/1 7 
13/12/17 
2 4/ 7/i7 

4/ 6/17 

7/ 2/17 Accl K i i/i i/i 7 

26 / 8/17 Lieut. 
26 1 8/17 Lieut. 

ll 6/17 Lieut. 
10 / 5/17 Lieut, w. 8/6/18 
J 8/ 3/17 Lieut, w. 20/11/17 

3/11/17 A.c/KiS/2/iS 
So/ 5/17 K/A 4/12/17 

7/ 6/17 KfA 4/9/17 

2 1 7/17 

2 1/ 4/17 Lieut, w. 12/6/18 
2 1/ 4/17 Lieut. 



14/10/16 Lieut. 



27) 1/17 KIA 5/6/17 

3 / 3/17 Z>/^i/i/i8 
27/ 1/17 Lieut. P[ IV 30/8/1 8 

7/ 6/17 Lieut. 

il 9/16 KIA 16/4/17 

3 o/ 5/17 KIA 19/2/18 
26 / 9/1 6 Lieut. F/D 
io/ 1/18 
137 4/17 Lieut. 
7/10/16 Lieut. A.E.O. HI 

is/ 4/17 KIA 20/8/17 

2 / 7/ 1 ? Lieut. 
21 1 4/17 Lieut. 

I3/ 4/17 *>'. 

5/11/16 Z/<?/. A.E.O. 

ll 6/17 Lieut. 

27 / 1/17 Lieut. 



182 



ROYAL FLYING CORPS. 



6781 Pte. WOOD, John Saville 


27/ 2/17 Lieut. 


45 6 7 


WOOD, Walter Bertram ... 


2/ 6/16 Lieut. ^^ KjA 11/11/17 


765301 


WOODHOUSE, Percy Wilfred 


i 4 / 7/17 KjA 28/3/18 


766730 


WOODMAN, Cyril Graeme 


7/ 2/18 


762861 


WOODMAN, William Lawson 


i3/ 4/17 Lieut. 


475 


WOOLLIAMS, Frank Hawker 


27/ 1/17 Lieut. 


764552 


WORSTENHOLM, John 


7 / 6/17 K\A 25/9/17 


6728 


WORTHINGTON, Charles Edward 


5/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 


7797 


WRIGHT, Dederick Roe Murray 


27/ 1/17 Lieut. 


765^2 


WYNN, John ... ... 


3o/ 5/17 


765974 


YATES, Sidney 


1 1/ 8/17 Lieut, iv. 4/9/18 


764944 


YATES, Victor John ..: 


i7/ 5/17 


8062 


YOUNG, John Edward Rostrom ... 


aff 1/17 KIA 7/7/17 


4432 


YOUNG, William Arnold Gemmell 


7/ 7/1 6 Lieut. A.F.C. 



ROYAL AIR FORCE 

(FORMED APRIL ist, 1918). 
TA Regimental Prefiix (76) should be added to all the following numbers except Davies, G. R. 



5829 Pte. 

7735 ,, 

746o 

75 

6677 
7737 
6633 



6962 
3610 

7742 

7447 
7148 
6709 
6592 



8913 

1 20 1 L/Cpl 

6382 Pte. 

2189 CSM 

7676 Pte. 

7282 

5533 >, 

6345 

0199 Sgt. 

6712 Pte. 

57oi 



ABBOTT, William Frank ... 
ARNOLD, Edward ... 
BACON, Percy 
BAILEY, Thomas ... 
BAKER, Albert George ... 
BAKER, Vernon E. 
BERKELEY, Comyns John A. 
BOOTH, Albert Allen 
BRADLEY, Frank ... 
BROWN, Lionel .... 
BROWN, Thomas ... 
BROWNING, Alfred James 
BURNS, Walter John 
CHADWICK, John Hampton 
CLARKE, Henry William 
COLIN, Barthelmy Jules ... 
COOK, Ernest John 
, CURTIS, William Arthur ... 
DADE, Harry Dennison ... 
DAVIES, Glynder Rhys ... 
DELTIEL, Edmund Lewis Roger 
DENNY, Reginald Leigh ... 
DICK, George Ronald Archbutt 
DICKSON, Lamont Thomson 
EASTAUGH, Charles James 
ELLIS, Arthur George 
FIELD, Vyvyan Mervyn ... 



Gazetted 
to R.A.F. 

i/ 4/18 
17/10/18 
27/ 2/19 



i/ 4/18 

4/ 4/19 
2 3 / 9/18 

24/ 2/19 Hon. 2JLt. 
24/ 1/19 Hon. Pilot Officer 
n/ 2/19 

22/ 3/19 Hon. 2JLt. 
29/ 1/19 Hon. 2JLt. 

27/ 3/19 
8/ 4/19 Hon. 2 fLt. 

i/ 4/18 



7/ 

i/ 4/18 Capt. D.F.C. 

i/ 4/18 

8/ 5/i8 

19/10/18 

5 f 2 / I 9 

i/ 4/18 

i/ 1/19 
21/10/18 
21/10/18 



ROYAL AIR FORCE. 



5117 Pte. FINCH, Eric Lewis Walter Joseph 


i/ 4/1 8 Lieut. 


6596 FLEMING, Donald Malcolm 


i/ 4/l8 


0124 FLINN, Charles Henry ... 


i/ 4/18 


6334 FOSTER, Sydney Imbert ... 


26/ 4/1 8 


7277 GALLOP, Arthur James ... 


10 / 3/19 Hon. 2JLt. 


5576 GARDEN, William Eilam 


3/ 7/i8 


4362 GIBLETT, Harold Daird ... 


IS/ 4/i8 


7309 L/Cpl. GLOVER, William A. L. Dinwiddie 


7/JI/I8 


7560 Pte. GODDARD, Frederick Charles 


'7/ 7/'8 


7444 


GOODWIN, Benjamin Ernest 


1 1/ 2/19 Hon. 2/Lf. 


7587 


GREEN, Frederick Douglas Harvey 


2o/ 3/19 Hon. alLt. 


453 2 


HARRIS, James Albert Leslie 


i/ 4/18 


6346 


HILL, Arthur Gerald 


i/ 4/18 


6893 


HODGES, Henry Price 


9/ 7/i8 


7400 


HOLTON, William Henry 


1/11/18 


7205 


HOPKINS, Cecil Alfred ... 


7/11/18 


7058 


IRELAND, Douglas Wallace Stanton 


3/ii/iS 


7191 


KNOWLES-BROWN, Arthur William 


i8/ 9/18 


7386 


LONG, Sidney Henry 


24/ 1/19 Hon. 2\Lt. 


5638 


MACQUEEN, Alexander John 


i/ 4/18 


5847 


MATTHEWS, George John James ... 


i/ 4/18 


7436 


McTuRK, Edward 


i5/ 2/19 Hon. 2/Lf. 


6392 


MORRIS, Francis Leo 


26/ 2/19 Hon. a/Lf. 


7062 


NADIN, William Edge Fields 


24/ 1/19 Hon. 2/Lf. 


6485 


NAPIER, Richard William 


i/ 4/18 


75 10 


NAYLER, Edwin Bennett 


24/ 2/19 Hon. 2/Lf. 


7424 


OXLEY, Gilbert Leonard 


26 / 2/19 Hon. 2\Lt. 


J 75 6 


PHILLIPS, John Fredk. Montague 


i8/ 8/1 8 Airship 


6616 


PHILLIPS, Thomas Martin 


i/ 4/18 


7417 


POWELL, George Roberts 


22/ 2/19 Hon. 2/ZA 


71 ii 


PRATT, Percy Dymond 


io/ 1/19 Hon. 2/Lf. 


1359 


ROLSTON, Jack Lewis 


2\l 8/1 8 


6085 


ROTHERA, Joseph ... 


i/ 4/1 8 Hon. 2/Lf. 


7161 


SCRIVEN, Sidney Albert ... 


2/10/18 


7819 


SCRUBY, Roy King Fordham 


20 1 1/19 Hon. 2/Lf. 


7379 


SELL, Arthur Edward 


i a/ 9/18 


2791 


SEWELL, John 


i/ 4/18 


7457 


SHARP, Francis Greenwich 


i5/ 2/19 Hon. 2JLf. 


75*7 


SHELDON, George Hebberton 


21 1 2/19 Hon. 2/Lf. 


7792 


SHERRY, John 


26f 2/19 Hon. 2JLt. 


6 4S3 


SMITH, Richard Nathan ... 


ag/ 6/1 8 Obs. Officer 


7184 


SOUCHON, Henry Gay 


22J 8/1 8 


7648 


STRICKLAND, John Arthur 


25/ 2/19 Hon. 2/Lf. 


6908 


TAYLOR, Frank Victor 


io/ 2/19 LTon, 2/Lf. 


6293 


TIBBLES, James Charles ... 


1 1/ 2/19 Hon. 2/Lf. 


6576 


VALENTINE, Henry 


i8/ 2/19 Hon. 2/Z/. 


6099 


WALKER, Walter Leslie ... 


23/ 8/18 


435 


WHITEHEAD, Clarence ... 


i5/ 6/18 


6496 


WILLCOX, Charles John 


i/ 4/i8 



1 84 



CAVALRY REGIMENTS. 



7992 

764182 

8222 

5835 

7453 
747 



HOUSEHOLD BATTALION. 

2nd Lieut. 

BARNARD, Arthur George ... ... 27/12/16 Capt. w. -/ 10/17 

BIRD, John Woodall ... ... 26/ 6/17 Killed in action 21/12/17 

28/11/16 Lieut. DjW 9/4/1 7 

... 26/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 

... 29/1 1/16 Lieut. 

... 26 1 9/16 Capt. w. 26/12/16 



BOLITHO, Victor Ayling 
BROOKE, Henry 
LOWRIE, John Edward 
WILLIAMSON, Harry 



1645 STOUT, Frank Moxon 



20TH HUSSARS. 

i/ 9/14 Lieut. 



M-G Corps Car, 



RESERVE HUSSARS. 



763608 ADAMS, Thomas William 

766242 BARLEY, Walter Herbert 

764083 BEAUVAIS, Charles James Cawood 

764315 CROSS, Robert John 

764772 HINE, Frederick Learoyd ... 

765179 KEMP-GEE, Percival Norman 

762836 Moss, Herbert Stanley 

8627 PARKES, George Henry 

7846 PITMAN, Robert Octavin 

763670 TIZARD, Ernest Ralph Charles 



2 3 / 2/18 
28/ 2/18 



23/ 2/l8 

*3/ 2/18 
*3/ 2/1 8 

i/ 5/17 Died 4/8/1 8 
i8/ 2/17 Lieut. * 
i6/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 



RESERVE DRAGOONS. 



760647 COLLINGS, John Stanley 

762478 ELTON, Clarence Bailey 

762435 HOTCHKISS, Archibald 

764385 SIMEONS, William Raymond 

762943 SMITH, George Geoffrey 



i/ 5/17 Lieut. 

i/ 5/17 Lieut. 

14/12/17 



... 14/12/17 

... 21/12/17 w. 23/10/18 

... 1/5/17 Lieut. 



RESERVE LANCERS. 



765976 KING, William Cyril Campbell 

765980 SHERINGHAM, Anthony Ilex... 

6033 THORLEY, Horace William ... 



14/12/17 
14/12/17 
22/12/16 Killed in action 8/8/18 



From this page onwards, rank at date of Commission is omitted in the case of Privates or Cadets. ED. 



CAVALRY AND YEOMANRY REGIMENTS. 



185 



RESERVE CAVALRY REGIMENTS. 


762774 


BARBER, William 


2 4 / 8/I 7 


2 




761680 


BROCKLISS, William J. 


2 3 / 2/18 


6 




7443 


COOK, Herbert Henry 


*5/ 2 A9 


4 




767383 


DAVIES, Llewellyn Ladd 


i4/ 2/19 


2 




2292 


HAWKINS, Cpl. John Raymond 


22/12/16 


j Lieut. 




7678 


FILMER, Vivian Reginald Royal 


24/ 7/16 


3 Killed in action 25/11/17 


767384 


GORING, Leonard John 


I4/ 2/19 


2 




765902 


HALKETT, Guy Wallace 


23/ 5/i8 


I Brigade 


Major 


763066 


HINDE, George Norman 


8/ 7/i7 


5 




6618 


HOLDERNESS, L/Cpl. Leslie Cyril ... 


22/12/16 


3 Lieut 




8089 


HOPKINS, John Leslie 


23/11/16 


13 Lieut. 


w. 9/4/18 


762434 


HORWOOD, Ernest Bentall ... 


8/ 7/17 


4 




763068 


KENNEY, Douglas George ... 


i3/ 3/i9 


3 




6577 


LOYNES, John Harvey 


22/12/16 


4 Lieut. 




7679 


MACKINNON. Neil Livingstone 


2 4 / 7/1 6 


5 Lieut. 


w. 17/10/18 


763109 


MACKRELL, Herbert Reginald 


24/ 9/17 


5 




762650 


MASSEY, Albert Ewart 


8/ 7/i7 


5 




765374 


NORDEN, Richard Watts 


2 4/ 9/*7 


2 




760544 


PURVIS, John Leighton Fortescue ... 


i4/ 2/19 


4 




767837 


RAEBURN, Francis Colin 


M/ 2/19 


4 




7661 


RANDALL, Edward Joseph John 


22/12/16 


3 Lieut. 




768078 


SHEPHARD, Edward Frank ... 


i3/ 3/i9 


5 




7827 


SPARROW, Arthur Christopher G. ... 


22/12/16 


4 Lieut. 




8323 


STROTHER, Frederick Webb 


n/ 1/17 


6 Lieut. 




764050 


WHITE, Edward Edwin John 


3/ 5/i8 


4 




767209 


WYATT, Ralph 


18/10/18 


6 





YEOMANRY REGIMENTS. 



2nd Lieut. 

AGAR, Thomas Forrester ... ... 2/4/15 

BOND, Gerald Aubrey ... ... 19/10/15 

DELMEGE, Hugh Barry Evans ... gf 7/15 

GOODBODY, John Barrington ... 57 2/15 

HETHERINGTON, Howard Walklett ... a8/ 6/16 

METCALFE. Percy Hubert Geldart ... 23/ 2/15 

MONCKTON, Iven Parry ... ... 4/ 1/16 

PERCIVAL, Eric James ... .. 4/ 7/16 

QUARTERMAINE, Charles George ... 2611/15 



Royal Glasgow. Lieut. 
$1 London. Lieut. ^ ( 
Bedfordshire 

West Kent. Capt. ( i v\E . Kent} 
S. Notts Hussars. Lieut. (R.A.F.} 
Dorset 

South Notts Hussars. Lieut. 
Lovafs Scouts 
R. Bucks Hussars. Capt. P\ IVCamp 



1 86 



YEOMANRY REGIMENTS. 



762947 ARMSDEN, Reginald ... ... 26/ 4/17 

6922 BARRON, L/Cpl. George Herbert A. 28/11/16 

764542 BECKETT, Cecil John Robert ... 30/10/17 

6695 BLANKLEY, Cecil Hubert ... ... 26/ 9/16 

765155 BROWN, Charles Kenneth ... ... 24/ 9/17 

^64879 BURROWS, Harold Norman ... ... 24/ 8/17 

7526 BUTTERFIELD, James ... ... 2Q/ 7/l6 

765265 CAMPBELL, William Robert Caldwell 28/11/17 

764755 COOMBE, Reginald George Bradford 23/ 4/18 

5990 DE LA COUR, Herbert Hedges Hyde 26/ 9/16 

763028 DRAKE, Stuart Edmund ... ... 24/11/17 

7 6 5935 GILBERT, Sydney Paul z-j/ 2/18 

764141 GOULD, William John Edward ... 28/11/17 

6264 HARRIS, Harold Maltby 26/9/16 

763102 HANBURY, Harold Greville ... 28; 6/17 

765945 HOPKINSON, Cyril Oswald John ... 2j/ 2/18 

4879 HOUGHTON, Alan Lutman ... ... 26/ 9/16 

763067 HUNTER, John Ernest ... ... 24/11/17 

764778 KIRKBRIDGE, Herbert James ... 13) 1/18 

764370 LARKEN, John Savage ... ... 2/10/17 

762560 LAVERTON, Walter King 7/ 7/ r 7 

762218 LEADER, Colledge 24/ 8/17 

764152 LEVERETT, John Ivison ... ... 3O/ 5/17 

765399 MACDONALD, Eric Pond 24/11/17 

764545 McNEiL, Arthur Anderson 24/11/17 

761185 MUSGRAVE, Joseph ... ... ... 29/ 3/17 

764942 PHILLIPS, Malcolm McGregor ... 5/12/17 

765875 ROBERTSON, Thomas Struan ... 14/12/17 

765960 ROSE, Charles 23/ 4/18 

764361 SANDERSON, Arthur Buchanan ... 26/4/17 

6297 SMITH, Gilbert Kirke 8/1/17 

767683 STOKES, Geoffrey Calcott 4/ 3/ T 9 

764726 TAYLOR, John Fielding 18/12/17 

765293 TAYLOR, Reginald ... 5/12/17 

768106 THOMSON, Ivor Thearle iff 3/19 

766746 WELLS, Arthur John 18/3/18 

6779 WESTENDARP, Hermann Emil Alfred 30; 9/16 

762042 WHITE, William Geoffrey Beauchamp i8/ 4/17 

8298 WHITWORTH, Frank ... 22/12/16 

3989 WILES, L/Cpl. Ernest Edward ... ig/ 8/16 



i / Montgomery, w. -/9/i8 
\IScotttsh Horse. Lieut. 
i/D. of Lancaster 
1 1 Leicester. Lieut, w. 4/6/17 
i) West Kent 
1 1 Derby 
Essex. Lieut, 
i JD. of Lancaster 
1 1 Surrey 

\JN. Devon. Lieut, w. i/n/iS 
i/S. Notts Hussars 
\ISuffolk 
D. of Lancaster 

$1 London. Lieut. KjA 16/6/17 
i/ Warwickshire 
i /Surrey 

1 1 Devon. Lieut, w. 9/10/18 
1 1 Dorset 
1 1 Derby 

i / West Kent. KjA 21/9/18 
1 1 Derby 
1 1 Leicester 

ijLovafs Scouts, w. 8/5/18 
1 1 Dor set 

1 1 Lothian c^ Border Horse 
1 1 West morel' d& Cumber Fd. Lieut. 
i/D. of Lancaster 
1 1 Res. King Edward's Horse 
1 1 London 

1 1 Leva fs Scouts. Lieut. 
Yorks Dragoons. Lieut. 
Bucks 

1 1 Derby. Lieut. Bl 
*JD. of Lancaster 
Surrey 

i JD. of Lancaster 
1 1 'West Kent. w. 27/8/18 
1 1 Wilts 

Essex. Lieut. 
Surrey 



ROYAL ARTILLERY. 



187 



*/ L :5,4) R.H.A. and R.F.A. 

2nd Lieut. 

4349 BEAK, Frank Leslie ... ... ... 3o/ 9/15 

1558 BERTIE, Alberic Willoughby ... 2$/ 2/15 

1393 BLAKE, Cpl. Charles Edwin Norman 2O/ 8/15 

1770 BLISS, Francis Kennard ... ... 9/7/1 5 

1684 CHANTREY, Leslie Hewer 30/10/15 

1747 COLE, Arthur Philips ... ... 30/10/14 

2305 CRUICKSHANK, Eric ... ... ... 6/10/14 

1418 DAVIS, Dudley Frederick 27/2/15 

2748 DODD, Ernest John 26/ 6/15 

580 GILL, Hugh Stanley 27/2/15 

2620 HASKINS, Leonard Jesse ... ... 5/ 8/15 

2490 LADEFOGED, Cpl. Niels Nielson ... 3o/ 8/15 

1324 LAYER, Basil Leslie 2j/ 2/15 

949 LAYER, L/Cpl. Charles Hardiman ... 27 / 2/15 

2726 LISTER, John Curtis ... ... 22/ 9/15 

1361 LUMB, Herbert ... ... ... i2/ 9/14 

1124 MORGAN, Ernest Leslie ... ... 27/ 2/15 

8 1 HUNT, L/Cpl. Edsall 27/2/15 

1617 ROBINSON, Wyndham Percy .'.. 27/ 2/15 

3535 SHEPHERD, Thomas Duncan ... 3/ 5/15 

2351 THORESBY-JONES, Mervyn ... ... 2o/ 1/15 

1518 TROWBRIDGE, Bernard Bromley ... 28/ 7/15 

2654 WOOD, Percy Neville ... ... 28/12/14 

1155 WILLIS, Sgt. Cyril Reginald n/ 2/16 

768310 ALLEN, William Alfred 

766825 ALLDRED, Stanley Douglas ... 

4966 ANDERSON, William Wallace 

7458 ARNALL, Harry 

767580 BARBER, Albert Edwin 

766340 BARBOUR, George Brown 

767829 BARCKLEY, Arthur Edward Whitehead 

5724 BAX, Frank Leonard 

7718 BEARN, Arthur Frederick ... 

5891 BERRY, John William 

765697 BINNS, Henry Innes 

765341 BOLTON, Arthur 

6971 BRITTAIN, Samuel Taylor ... 

767245 BROADBENT, Conrad Fletcher B. ... 

766681 BROADBENT, Edward Warwick 

767981 BROADBRIDGE, Montague Cecil 

766505 BROADLEY, Albert ... 

7884 BROWN, Malcolm Frederick 

767295 BRYANT, Stanley Grant 

8233 BURWASH, Herbert Arthur ... 



Attached R.E. 
Capt. * 
Major. * KIA 30/7/18 
Killed in action 28/9/16 
(From 9! Royal Sussex) 
w. (Dardanelles] 21/5/15 
Lieut. F/D. L>l W 2 6/9/ 1 8 
Capt. w. 1/7/16 

w.-/5/i6 ^17/7/17 

Lieut. >& 8/12/15 

Lieut. M 

(To R.G.A.} 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Killed in action 20/5/17 

d. 28/10/15 

Lieut. & w. -/9/I7 

Major. %< BJ 

Lieut, w. -/i i/ 1 6 IK 

Capt. 

Lieut. {Inspection Staff} 

Lieut. 

Major, w. at Ypres -/I2/I5 HI 

Lieut. * Indian Mtd. Battery, HI 



8/ 

5/ 
i6/ 

I2/ 

8/ 

5/ 



4/19 

9/i8 

9/1 6 Killed in action 10/11/16 

I/I? 



2/19 



I2/ I/I7 
I2/ I/I? 

ig/ 9/18 

28/ 8/17 w. 19/10/18 

6/12/17 

Si 2 / J 9 
8/ 2/19 

5/ 4/i9 

I2/ 2/19 

I2/ I/I7 W. I/5/I7 

8/ 8/1 8 

3/ 'A? 



1 88 



ROYAL ARTILLERY. 



2542 BUTTEMER, Eric Douglas Archibald 

764684 CAMPBELL, Andrew ... 

764287 CANTY, Frederick Joseph 

765434 CAREY, Charles McLeod ... 

766154 CAROLL, John Art ... 

765383 CARSON, Wilfred John 

7460 CARTWRIGHT, Sidney Herbert 

766102 CAVENAGH, Francis Alexander 

761631 CAWLEY, James Donald 

765384 CHALLIS, John Alexander McDonald 
764633 CHANDLEY, Reginald Thos. Francis 

4657 CHATFEILD-CLARKE,L/Cpl. Howard C. 

763022 COAXES, George Thomas 

8085 COKE, Edward 

766188 COLEMAN, Charles Henry ... 

766300 COLEMAN, Guy William Jordan 

760487 COLLEY, L/Cpl. Reginald Harding ... 

7529 COLLINS, Walter Leslie Fenn 
574 COOPER, Sidney Walter 

766512 CORBETT, Harold Stevenson 

7530 CORSER, Frederick George ... 
767053 COWAN, Alexander 

763924 CROOKES, Noel Richard Dillon 

766381 GUMMING, Bernard Douglas 

762800 DALY, Oliver R. 

766594 DANIEL, Arthur Freer 

7533 DAVIES, Thomas Lewis 

764553 DICKINSON, Sydney 

7653 Dix, John Arnold 

765534 DRYSDALE, Alexander Monteith .,,. 

5440 DUNSTON, George Hubert 

760733 EARNSHAW, CSM Percy Harold 

1826 EGERTON, Cpl. Bryan Selwyn 

768066 EVANS, Thomas Watkin 

767261 FAHY, Dermot Francis 

762781 FLETCHER, Charles Harrington 

765540 Foss, William 

766922 GARMONSWAY, George Norman 

9760 GEDDES, William John 

8126 GILMORE, Arthur Norris 

767994 GRADDON, William Douglas 

765881 GRASSICK, William Henderson 

767106 GRAY, Harold Leonard 

767211 GUBBINS, Alfred Blakeney Gough ... 

7475 HALFORD, Robert C. 

762576 HALL, L/Cpl. Maxwell 

765887 HARVEY, William Henry 

760405 HEALD, Sgt. Henry Claypole 



27/10/15 Lieut. (From R.M.A.} 

2 / 9/17 * IB ( 2 ) 
14/10/17 Lieut. 

'/. 4/i8 

27/11/17 
6/10/17 

17/11/16 w. 17/4/18 
26/ 8/1 8 Education Officer 

2I/ 2/17 # 



i/ 9/18 

2I/ 2/17 

2/ 5/17 

I2/ I/I7 * W. 5/H/I7 



i/ 8/18 

i2/ 1/17 Lieut, w. 16/8/17 
28/12/14 

2 / 8/18 
i2/ 1/17 Lieut, w. -/5/I7 

i/ 8/18 

2/ 9/17 

26/ 9/18 

6/ 6/17 w. 9/11/17 

2 / 8/18 
i8/ 1/17 w. 7/11/18 

4 / 2/18 

ill 8/18 
18/12/16 Lieut. 
i9/ 8/1 8 
i8/ 8/15 Lieut. IB 

7/ 4/'9 
J 5/ 2 /'9 
i7/ 5/17 w. 3/9/17 

5/ 8/18 
2 8/ 8/18 

22/ 6/17 Capt. O.B.E. (R.E.} 
12 / 1/17 Lieut. 

7/ 4/19 

i 7 / 6/18 d. 9/2/19 
io/ 2/19 

5/ 9/ r 8 
23/12/16 Lieut, w. 24/8/17 

29/12/17 

io/ 6/i 8 Killed in action 23/10/18 

io/ 2/19 



R.H.A AND R.F.A. 



189 



7881 HEMPSON, Oswald Arthur ... 
766164 HENDERSON, Rex Eugene ... 
6763 HILL, Cornelius John Keeting 
7805 HODGE, Francis Edwin 
7731 HODGKINS, Albert Edward ... 
763335 HORN, Frederick William ... 
764702 HUDSON, Robert Coates 

7929 HUMPHERSON, Sidney Frederick 
767289 JOHNSON, Alexander Rayner 

7670 JONES, William Samuel 
766435 JOSLING, Harold William 
767143 KEITES, William Lawrence ... 
KEKEWICH, Stanley Buck ... 
KIPPING, Stanley Percival ... 
KNIGHT, Harry 
LARDELLI, Maurice Strachan 
LEDGER, Gilbert 
LEWIS, Francis ... ... .. 

LEWIS, Ralph Pollard 
LIDDINGTON, Harold Vere ... 
LINDARS, Louis Henry 
LOCK, James Palmer 
LOGAN, William Wright 

767594 LOVELL, Percy Trangott 

8156 LYONS-CAMPBELL, Archibald 

767798 MACGREGOR, George Gordon 
7727 MACKAY, Robert Lindsay ... 

767595 MARTYN, Redvers Noel 
767597 MAY, Stuart ... 
765416 MAYBIN, John Alexander 

7320 McFADYON, John Craig 

1581 MICHELSEN, Arthur Conrad 
766257 MILLER, Frederick ... 
765688 MOCHRIE, David Russell 

6405 MOFFAT, George Ross 
762959 MORGAN, Eric Ronald 
768014 MORGAN, Sidney Conrad 

6337 MOULDING, Edgar Percy 

765691 NEALE, Bertie Philip 

761356 NICHOLS, Hedley William ... 
768087 NICHOLSON-LAILEY, John Raymond 

7465 NICOL, Ian Sinclair ... 
767368 NORRIS, Charles Albert 

4095 NORRIS, Frank Charles ... ".., 
768045 PAGE, George Frederick 

8005 PAGE, Stanley Clarence Martel 

7546 PAICE, Eric Bertie 
761236 PARK, Arthur 



i2/ 1/17 w. 18/10/17 

23/11/17 

27/ 1/17 

4/ 1/17 /. 23/8/17 
12/ 1/17 >i< w. 22/10/17 

5/ 8/17 w. 23/11/18 

4/ 1/17 Lieut. 

2/ 9 /l8 

12 / 1/17 Lieut. 
26/ 8/18 

2/ 8/18 

2 1 9/1 6 Lieut. >j< 

7/ 4/i9 

I2/ 1/17 
I/ 6/I 7 

1 1/ 3/17 Lteut. 



3/ 8 /i8 




6/ 8/18 




13/10/17 Died of wounds 2/2/18 




21/10/18 




*3/ 3/19 




20/ 2/19 




9/ 2/17 Lieut. 




io/ 2/19 




IS/ 2 /i9 




i2/ 1/17 \\thDivl.Amm.lC. KIA 
2i/ 2/17 Lt. z/.-/i/i6,-/7/[7. KIA\ 


6/6/17 
:8/io/i 7 


26/ 8/18 




7/ 2/19 




2/ 9/16 Lieut, w. 18/10/17 




i7/ 5/17 




7/ 4/i9 




i2/ 1/17 Lieut. 




i8/ 8/18 




9/ 2/18 




7/ 4/i9 




i2/ 1/17 * PffFrf/jjiZ 




iS/ 2 /' T 9 




1 2/ 9/ 1 6 Lieut. 




7/ 4/i9 




1 1/ 2/17 a;. 19/9/18 




i2/ 1/17 ze/. 30/4/18 




IS/ 2/19 





igo 



ROYAL ARTILLERY. 



766841 PATON, Allen John W. 

760937 PAUL, CSM Vivian Charles 

762308 PEIRCE, Arthur Russell 

766567 PETER, Gerald 

762727 PHEVSEY, John Edward 

766196 PHIPPS, John Degory Baron 
760451 PICK, Nelson 

762185 POCOCK, Reginald William 

762702 PREEN, Arthur Frank 

767706 PULFORD, Robert George ... 

5870 PURVES, John Murdow 

7785 RATCLIFF, Sidney Arthur ... 

762183 RAWE, Charles Henry 

2268 RAWES, Alexander Newling ... 

765801 READ, Horace Cleveland 

766197 REID, Cljve Ronald ... 
765958 REMNANT, Eustace Archibald 
766765 REECE, Frederick William ... 

7550 REYNOLDS, Leonard Arthur 
762686 ROBERTS, John 

767269 ROBINSON, Douglas Hepworth 

7762 ROSE, Frederick Charles 

6235 RUMFORD, William Archibald 

767647 SCOUGALL, John Muir 

3144 SENDALL, Claude Hume 

761927 SHERWIN, Harry Collumbell 

762263 SIMMONDS, Austin Gundry ... 

768103 SIMPSON, Charles 

7551 SIMPSON, James Sieder Muir 
768128 SMITH, Charles Home Cecil 

7645 SMITH, John Poole ... 

764508 SMITH, Sidney Charles 

1669 SPARLING, Philip Sidney 

767649 SWANTON, Ernest Frederick William 

760959 TAAFFE, Leonard Charles .. 

6913 THOMAS, Walter Stanley 

767731 TILL, William Plumer 

7692 TOBUTT, Ronald Leslie William ... 

8088 VILE, Thomas Henry 

762136 WAITE, Frederick John 

760638 WALLACE, Sgt. William 

764733 WARD, Charles Richard Francis ... 

760866 WARREN, Harvey 

7521 WATSON, William Findlay 

760284 WEISS, L/Cpl. Robert Alfred 

760489 WHITE, Herbert Raymond 

7677 WHITEHOUSE, Stuart Wellesley 

766879 WHITMORE, Edward Walter 



4/ 2/19 

7/ 4/19 

24/ 6/17 w. i o/6/i 8 
i 5 / 2/18 
i;/ 4/17 * 
23 / 9/1 8 

I2/ 8/l8 

28/ 2/17 ^ 
3/ 6/17 w. 11/7/18 

TO/ 2/19 

12 1 1/17 Lieut. *& w. 16/8/17 

1 2 / 1/17 Killed in action 31/3/17 

26/ 3/17 Killed in action 24/4/18 

2 1/ 2/17 PI IV 26/4/1 8 



w. 18/4/18 

* w. 24/8/17, 4/6/18 
[d. 11/11/18 1 



5/ 8/18 



26/ 2/19 
21 1 1/17 Lieut. 
28/ 4/17 dipt. 
*3/ 3/!9 



I2/ I/I7 W. 17/11/17 
2O/ 2/19 

i4/ 6/15 w. i 1/4/18 

5/ 4/17 T& 
iT/ 5/17 Accj drowned 2/6/17 

7/ 4/i9 
12 1 1/17 Liettt. 

7/ 4/i9 

i3/ 1/17 Lieut. 
i/ 9/18 
4/12/16 Z/Vz/ 
5/ 4/i9 
77 4/i9 

I2/ I/I? 
IO/ 2/I 9 

1 1/ 2/17 

i2/ 1/17 Lieut. 



' 1 7/i i/ 1 7 



14/10/18 
i a/ 8/1 8 



n/ 2/17 
27/ 1/17 

I2/ I/I7 

J 3/ 2/19 



R.F.A. : SPECIAL RESERVE. 



768356 WHYTEHEAD, Henry Layard ... j/ 4/19 

766669 WILKINSON, Walter 7/ 4/19 

7717 WOODWARD, Gerald de Maine ... ig/ 2/17 

7657 WOOLF, Emanuel ... ... ... i2/ 1/17 Lieut. 



(A L 575 Royal Field Artillery 

2259 CAITHNESS, Wilfred W. 

2188 DAVIS, Thomas Henry Clifford 

1880 HAEFFNER, Frederick Wilfred 

4510 MARSDEN, Douglas Herbert 

2738 NIMMO, William Wilson 

2634 NOWELL, Wilfrid James 

2218 OLVER, John Dennis Circuit 

2945 POWELL, Lawrence ... 

4022 THOMAS, Alban Musgrove ... 

7628 ALLEN, Greville John Buxton 

765378 ANDERSON, Horace Ince 

5106 ANDREW, William Blair Spencer 

5107 ARNOLD, Ralph Francis 
764178 BAILEY, Edgar Samuel 

6432 BALFOUR, Alan Scot ... 

764222 BARTER, Henry Edward 

762231 BELLHOUSE, David James ... 

764180 BENTLEY, Cyril Jack... 

762692 BERNARD, Herbert Antoine 

5043 BISCOE, Charles Henry 

761861 BISHOP, Thomas Charles . . 

7962 BOLTON, Harold Stanley 

7741 BRAY, Cecil Francis ... 

2616 BRIDSON, Eric 

5434 BROWNING, Frederick 

7684 CARR, Ralph Sampson 

764570 CHURCH, Clarence Thomas... 

7368 COOP, Richard Wallace 

762774 CORK, John Frederick 

7227 CORKILL, Lawrence Lancey .. 

764314 CORNELIUS, Joshua Charles... 

6200 COUNSELL, Henry Cecil 

7902 Cox, Ernest Henry George ... 

7531 CRUTTENDEN, Robert Frost .. 

7585 DAY, Augustine Joseph 

7740 DAVIDSON, L/Cpl. Theodore 

7150 DAWSON, George Gardiner ... 

760430 DENNISON, Charles Haddon 

764193 DOWDEN, Henry James 

765386 DYER, William Spafford 



Special Reserve. 

28/ 4/15 Capt. F/D w. -/2/i7 HI 
8/10/15 -Lieut. ^ >J< w. -/9/i6, -/i2/i7 

i/ 7/i5 
22/ 1/16 Lieut, w. 28/5/17 

8/10/15 Major >J 

i/ 7/15 Killed in action 9/4/17 

8/ 4/15 Lieut. >Ji Killed in action 29/4/17 

8/10/15 Lieut. ^ 
18/10/15 Lieut. (Staff] 

2/ 2/17 Lieut, w. 22/10/17 

30/ 8/17 Lieut. 

i/ 2/17 Lieut. 

i6/ 6/19 Lieut, w. 27/9/17 

1 1/ 1/18 w. 13/6/18 

3/ 8/ 1 6 (R.F.C.) Killed in action 13/1/18 

1 1/ 8/17 Lieut. 

17 / 4/17 Lieut. 

8/ 9/17 Lieut, w. 5/4/18 



w. 



5/6/18 



. - 

r/ 2/17 Lieut, 

ig/ 4/I^ Lieut. 

9/ 1/17 Lieut. 

15/12/16 Lieut. 

4/ 2/17 Lieut. 

10/12/16 w. 15/12/17 

5/ 2/17 Lieut. 
i i/ 8/17 

9/ 1/17 Lteut. <% iv. 29/8/17 

i5/ 9/^7 
9/ 1/17 Lieut. 

2&I 9/17 W. I5/IO/I8 

16/12/16 Killed in action 27/5/18 

51 31*1 Lieut - 

4/ 2/17 Lieut. 

1 1/ 2/17 Lieut. * w. 19/11/17, 31/7/18 

9/ 1/17 Lieut, w. 3/11/17 

i/ 2/17 Lieut. 

9/12/17 w. 11/5/18 
11/8/17 Z/"<?// ifc 

7/ 9/17 Z/^/. /. 13/6/18 



ROYAL ARTILLERY. 



8146 


DYKES, Oswald 


5/ 3/17 Lieut. * 


7 6 3735 


EAGER, Waldo McGillycuddy 


1 1/ 8/17 


764021 


ELLIS, Howard 


7/ 9/17 


8096 


FAHY, Conor Patrick J. 


1 1/ 2/17 Lieut, w. 27/10/17 


1643 


FAIRBAIRNS, Joseph Maurice 


24/ 4/17 Killed in action 20/8/17 


7667 


FORSTER, Harold 


9/ 1/17 Lieut. 


765388 


FRENCH, William Henry 


7/ 9/i7 


7421 


GENT, George Edward 


9/ 1/17 Killed in action 14/9/17 


762591 


GILVRAY, George Frederick... 


1 1/ 8/17 


7993 


GOURLAY, Clifford White 


25/ 1/17 Lieut, w. 8/9/17 


7584 


GRAY, James Henry ... 


1 1/ 2/17 PIW 18/4/18 


4877 


GREENWALL, Emile Boris ... 


4/ 2/17 Lieut, w. 1/10/17 


761971 


GUNN, Henry Somerville 


3/ 6/17 Lieut. 


7463 


HACKER, Thomas H indie Stanford... 


15/12/16 Lieut. 


762405 


HADLEY, John Aubrey 


24 / 6/17 Lieut, w. 15/11/18 


6574 


HALL, Sydney Francis 


9/ 1/17 Lieut. 


764066 


HEADY, Harold 


1 1/ 8/1 7 


645 2 


HEAVANS-TREWMAN, Reginald F. P. 


1 1/ 1/17 Lieut. 


8032 


HAYNES, Dudley Hugo 


9/ 1/17 Lieut, w. 12/9/17 KjA 16/5/18 


6349 


HIBBERT, Arthur James 


28/11/16 Drowned 14/8/17 


6617 


HIGGINS, Donald Akin 


21 / 9/1 6 Lieut. 


5952 


HILL, Joseph Shirley 


12 1 1/17 Lieut. ij< w. -/6/\j 


5'5 


HOOPER, George William Ewart 


4/ 2/17 Lieut. 


8082 


HOULSTON, Francis Henry 


9/ 1/17 Lieut. 


6221 


HUDSON, Edward Palmer ... 


2/ 9/16 Lieut. *& w. 16/10/18 


3184 


HUGHESDON, Arthur Hamilton 


2/12/16 Lieut. Killed in action 27/9/18 


8111 


HULBERT, Bernard William... 


1 1/ 2/17 Lieut, w. 15/6/18 


76395 2 


J EPSON, Leslie Robert 


147 9/17 


763911 


JONES, Sydney George 


J 4/ 9/ 1 ? 


779 


KENNEDY, Cyril Arthur Reginald ... 


4/ 2/17 Lieut. %< w. 1/11/19 


7633 4 


KINGDON, Frank Denys 


307 8/17 Lieut. *& w. 27/9/18 


2958 


KINGSWELL, L/Cpl. Charles William 


17;' 4/17 Lieut. 


2486 


LADEFOGED, Esper Louborg Nielso 


28/11/16 Lieut. 


7957 


LAWRENCE, Stanley Goldbraith 


1 1/ 2/17 Lieut. 


764655 


LECHERTIER, Jacques Alfred 


1 4/ 9/17 Killed in Action 4/11/18 


5108 


LEGGETT, L/Cpl. Sydney James 


15/12/16 Lieut, w. 29/6/17 


7579 


LEWIS, George Powell 


i/ 2/17 Lieut. 


765398 


LIGHTBOURN, Francis Gwynne 


7/ 9/ J 7 


7268 


LIPSCHITZ, Joshua Maurice ... 


9/ 1/17 Lieut, w. 29/11/18 


7 6 4'53 


LISTER, Alfred Walter 


i4/ 9/17 Lieut. ^ a/. 2/11/18 


8115 


LLOYD, George Llewellyn 


9/ 1/17 Z/^. B) 


53M 


LOWE, John Lawrence 


i6/ 9/1 6 Z/<?/. HI 


7664 


MACKINNON, L/Cpl. George Wilson 


15/12/16 Lieut. Educ. Officer, w. 18/5/17 


766170 


MAHON, John Fleming 


23/11/17 


762549 


MANNERS, Christopher 


2 5/ 3/ I 8 


763855 


MARK, Jeffrey 


i4/ 9/17 Lieiit. w. 29/4/18 


754 1 


MARSHALL, Francis ... 


3/ 3/17 Lieut. * w. 25/10/18 


7047 


McKiNTY, Henry Bernard ... 


i/ 2/17 Lieut. >J< 7f. 1/7/17 



R.F.A. (SIR). 



193 



762759 


MEADOWS, Charles Stanley ... 


ii 1 8/17 


Lieut. 


* 




7767 


MIDDLETON, Robert E. 


25/ W 


Lieut. 


w. 10/11/17 




7377 


MOOLENAAR, L/Cpl. Frank Anthony 


io/ 1/17 


Lieut. 


w. 24/10/17 




766172 


MORDEN, Clifford Sefton 


9/ 6/17 








7658 


MUNRO, William Pearce 


4/ 2/17 


Died of wounds 5/9/18 


8196 


NAPIER, William Florence ... 


I2/ 2/17 


Lieut. 






4367 


NEWMAN, Arthur James 


27/II/I6 


Lieut. 


* ' 3/5/18 




8o 3 8 


NICHOLSON, Francis Hamilton 


I2/ 2/17 


Lieut. 






763859 


NICHOLSON, Richard Lavoisier 


5/ 9/i7 








7659 


NICOLL, George Stalker 


15/12/16 


Lieut. 






7333 


NOBLK, George Alfred 


91 !/i7 


Lieut. 


w. 16/10/17 




761695 


PANTLIN, Louis Alfred 


i9/ 4/i7 


Lieut. 






6653 


PATERSON, Robert Frank 


6/12/16 


Lieut. 


w. 15/11/18 HO 




7548 


PAUL, Reginald Walter 


i/ 2/17 


Lieut. 






760058 


PEARCE, Cuthbert 


nl 8/17 


Lieut. 


F/D 




7479 


PLATT, Claud Lucian Francis 


9/ i/ J 7 


Killed in action 27/5/18 


7004 


POPE, Frank William 


9/ V 1 7 


Lieut. 






764794 


POWELL, Martin 


i5/ 9/i7 








7722 


PRESTON, William Forbes Amyas ... 


i2/ 2/17 


Lieut. 


w. 22/10/17, 2/10/18 


8139 


PRICE, George Herbert 


4/ 2/17 


Lieut. 






75 l6 


RANDALL, Edgar Langley 


4/ 2 /i7 


Lieut. 






6654 


RANKEN, John Sanderson ... 


15/12/16 


Lieut. 


w. 5/11/17 




6338 


RICHARDS, Ferdinand Arthur 


i/ 2/17 


Lieut. 


w. 17/1/18 




762728 


ROBERTS, William Charles Lee 


I5/9/I7 








6625 


SALISBURY, William Leslie .... 


18/12/16 


Lieut. 






761335 


SAMSON, Ivan Anthony Cuthbert 


i8/ 2/17 








760298 


SCOTCHER, Harry Goodleft ... 


5/ 4/i7 


Lieut. 


w. 11/10/17, 19/6/18 


5033 


SCOTT, Ivan Joseph ... 


5/ 3/i7 


Lieut. 


w. 10/10/17 




764262 


SHEEHAN, John Joseph 


i4/ 9/'7 








7466 


SMITH, Bertram Kingsley 


9/ i/i7 


Lieut. 


a/. 16/10/17 




6029 


SMITH, Lawrence Godfrey ... 


i6/ 9/16 


Lieut. 


w. 16/10/17 




7947 


SMITH, Walter Douglas 


9/ 1/17 


Lieut. 






7948 


SMITHER, Bernard 


9/ 1/17 


Lieut. 






7260 


SNALLAM, Frederick Randolph 


26/ 2/17 


Lieut. 






7306 


STAINES, L/Cpl. John Samuel 


15/12/16 


Lieut. 






766032 


STANDRING, John Samuel Harold ... 


i/ 3/i8 




W^f 


f 23/10/18 


5222 


STEPHENS, Cecil Hubert 


i/ 2/17 


Lieut. 


/. i7/9/ J 7. 18/10/17 


6629 


STRATTON, Gilbert Leonard... 


2/ 9/16 


Capt. ( 


Staff} ^ 1$} 




3253 


STREATHER, Cecil Turner ... 


4/ 2/17 


Lieut. 


w. 12/12/17 




763448 


STUART, Edmund Cuthbert ... 


2 4 / 8/I 7 


Lieut. 






4738 


STUART, L/Cpl. Henry Lonjan 


5/10/16 


Lieut. 






760929 


TAIT, Norman 


23/ 2/18 








7916 


THOMAS, Arthur Hornby 


4/ 2/17 


Lieut. 






765407 


THOMPSON, John Waldo 


7/ 9/i7 


Lieut. 






766179 


THOMSON, Robert F. 


23/11/17 








6963 


TIDDY, John Lewis ... 


i/ 2/17 


Lieut. 


w. 29/11/18 






TRIMM, Charles Algernon ... 


io/ 1/17 


Lieut, c 


^ ^^>y. & 




766179 


URQUHART, Aeneas McKay 


23/11/17 









194 



ROYAL ARTILLERY. 



5559 VERGETTE, George 

7556 WARE, Vivian 

7276 WATT, Charles Frederick 

762966 WELLS, Maurice Godfrey ... 

761508 WELTE, Ernest James 

2391 WHEATE, Thomas Ernest 

8160 WHEELER, Thomas Benjamin 

764173 WHIBLEY, Stuart Napier 

7834 WHITEHEAD, Frederick William 

761876 WILKINSON, Arthur Buttle ... 

6271 WILLIAMS, Vincent Givilym 

761491 WRIGHT, Albert 

2942 BUXTON-KNIGHT, Albert 



16/12/16 Lieut. %< w. 

4/ 1/17 Lieut, w. 24/4/18 

9/ 1/17 Lieut. 

4/11/17 Killed in action 28/3/18 
i4/ 1/18 *& 

4/ 2/17 Capt. * 

4/ 2/17 Lieut. 
i$/ 9/17 Capt. 

4 / 2/17 Lieut. ^ 

2/ 2/17 Lieut, "(fa w. 21/9/17 
I5/ 2/17 Lieut. 

8/12/17 Lieut. 

2 3 / 2/18 



(A/L : 659) 



Royal Horse Artillery: Territorial Force. 



Berkshire. 

3105 CARDELL-OLIVER, John Edward 
Nottinghamshire. 

2087 ARMSTRONG, Geoffrey Donisthorpe 
4652 TREIFUS, Albert 



.. 2i/ 3/15 Capt. R.H.A. 

.. 2i/ 4/15 Capt. R.H.A. 
.. 28/12/15 Lieut. R.H.A. 



Royal Field Artillery : Territorial Force. 



Cheshire Brigade. 
1251 STARLING, John Edward 

East Anglian Brigades. 

3467 BLACKALLER, Charles Drummond 

1729 CATLING, Wallis Robert 

2453 COWLEY, John Norman 

2055 DAVY, Leslie Brereton 

1951, GRICE, Leslie Clark 

2163 HURNDALL, Charles Frederic 

London Brigades. 

1529 DAWSON, William Charles Palliser 

3879 DREYFUS, Trevor Henry 

2702 GOULD, Cyril Edward 

2459 HICHENS, Basil Sneath 

1905 LOWTHER, Walter Joseph J. 

2613 MORTON, William Cattell ... 

1129 POWELL, Charles Sydney 

2681 SONDHEIM, Albert 

2574 WALLICH, Cyril Collings Norton 



1/12/15 Lieut, w. 27/9/17 



8/ 5/15 2lBde. 
22/10/15 
16/2/15 
22 1 8/15 
17/12/15 ijBde. 
25/ 7/15 



(Labour Corps} 
w. 5/9/17 

m 



Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Died of wounds 20/4/17 

Lieut, f 



6/ 2/15 S \Bde. 
15/11/15 i\Bde. 
27/ 8/15 ilBde. 
*7I 2/15 Sl^de. 
1 1/ 8/15 5 lBde. 



15/12/14 sIBde. Lieut. 
24/11/15 2Jde. 

5/ 5/ I 5 ilBde. Lieut. 
i2/ 8/15 JlAmm. Column 



Lieut. (Min. of Labour) 

Lieut. 

Lieut. & 

Lieut. 3H 

(From 12 1 London) 



Z>/ ^22/7/1 7 



R.F.A. (T.F.) 



North Midland Brigades. 
1202 POPE, L/Cpl. William John Crickmay 
1738 SAINT, Sgt. Harry 

Northumbrian Brigades. 

ALLEN, Henry Cecil 

CHEVERTON, Sgt. Thomas Bird 

DURRANT, L/Cpl. Reginald Tom ... 

GALL, William Sydney 

GRIFFITHS, Alexander 

HOPWOOD, John 

LANCASTER, L/Cpl. John W. Cyril ... 

MILLER, Cecil 

SEARSON, Alexander Moore 

STAHL, Arthur 

WARD, Noel Groom 

WALKER, L/Cpl. Gilbert Wilson ... 

WATSON, Thomas Wilson ... 

YATES, Sgt. Henry George ... 

West Riding Brigades. 

2784 GIBBS, Harry Beckett Swift 
1612 SEEMAN, Cpl. Frank Harold 

Welch Brigades. 
4108 ROBERTS, Walter Henry 

Wessex Brigades. 
3129 BROWNE, Bernard Meredith 



2/11/15 3l&d e - Lieut. 

5/ 6/15 sIBde. Lt. (M. of Lab.) w. 16/4/16 



8/ 7/15 

23/ 4/15 

9/ 4/15 

8/10/15 

7/ 8/15 

8/10/15 

8/10/15 

9 1/ 4/15 

28 / 3/15 

i5/ 4/15 

8/10/15 

2 3/ 4/ J 5 

9 / 3/15 

i8/ 3J f i5 



2JBde. /*. 1/9/17, 17/4/18 

2lBde. Lietit. * K\A 24/3/18 
2 \Arnm. Column Capt. ^ 
2JBde. Lieut, w. &> P/W 4/9/18 
2 1 Bde. Lieut. 

2/Bde. Capt. * w. 1 8/6/1 8 IB 
2 1 Bde. Lieut. 
2 1 Bde. Lieut. 
4J (Howitzer) Bde. Lieut. 
2 1 Bde. Capt. * F/D HI 
2 1 Bde. Capt. HI 
2JBde. Lieut, w. ii/n/i8 
^/Afe Capt. * U} 
2 1 Bde. Major ^ 



3/15 
4/15 



Lieut. 
Lieut, 



1/12/15 2JBde. Lieut. 



3774 
35 20 

2273 
6309 

775 2 
763658 

2495 

765397 

2991 

765558 

765288 

2996 



... 4/11/15 Lieut. 

STONE, Oliver John 4/11/15 ^^ 

TREADGOLD, L/Cpl. John Reginald W. n/ 7/15 (i\Amm. Column} 



Lieut. 



ALLEN, Sgt. Edward ... 
DARLEY, Charles Francis ... 
GOODSALL, Robert Harold ... 
GREENBANK, Jonathan Richard 
HARRIS, L/Cpl. Dudley Ryde 
KLINGNER, Frederick Victor 
Li ELL, L/Cpl. Kingsley ... 
MCMANUS, Alexander .-.. 
PYKE, Edward Joseph ; t'.j. 
WOOD, Basil Drew ... 



7/ 8/16 

i/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 

6/12/16 Lieut. 

i/ 9/17 
28/ 8/1 6 



West Riding R.H.A. 



26/ 7/15 w. 23/8/18, 21/9/18 
i 7 / 6/18 
25/ 2/18 
8/ 8/16 



ROYAL GARRISON ARTILLERY. 



(A'L : 547) 

2746 
2135 
2836 
2933 
2454 
1969 
2141 

762072 
763807 
764282 
763756 
763090 
762603 

8057 

9186 
767522 
766153 
763054 
763811 
762852 
764127 
764412 

7860 
764179 

8001 
764956 

2299 
765648 
763487 
765884 
761242 

7570 
763488 
764184 
763056 
764185 
764187 

4916 
764226 
763446 



6097 
8208 
762445 
766342 
761493 
763289 



BALLARD, Frank Charles 
DAVIES, Frederick Bryan 
FIELDEN, Lionel 
HODGINS, Arthur Wilfred M. 
MACKENZIE, Frederick Boyce 
RIGOLD, Ernest Edward 
TAPLIN, George Aubrey 

ACKERNLEY, Ronald Clifford 
ADAMS, Robert Charles 
ADAMSON, John Wilfred Edward 
ASHMORE, Joseph William ... 
ASHTON, Charles Henry 
ATKINS, Harold Emmanuel 

BARKER, Albert 

BARRACLOUGH, Thomas Herbert 
BEAN, Howard Leslie 
BEATON, Grover Cleveland ... 
BEEBY, Maurice Owen 
BEESON, Leonard Alfred 
BELFIELD, James Henry 
BELL, William George Albert 
BENEDICTUS, Joel Henry 
BENN, Anthony Norar Munro 

BENTHALL, Gilbert 

BERRY, Thomas Alfred 
BILLINGTON, George 
BISHOP, Keith Ford 
BLANE, Thomas Herbert ... 

BOOTH, John 

BOUGHTON, George 

BOWER, George Richard 
BOWER, George Stanley 
BOWIE, Allan Stuart Hunter 
BOWLING, Arthur Henry 
BOYLE, James Alexander 
BRETT, Cyril Charles 
BRISTOL, Leonard ... 
BROCKLEBANK, Sydney John 
BROWN, Ernest 
BRYCE, Adam Whiteford 
BUDGE, William Symons 
BUDGEN, William Harold ... 
BUNDLE, Henry Wilfred 
BURTON, Albert Alfred Charles 
CANDY, Walter Edward 
CARTER, Albert Horace 
CHAMBERLAIN, Benjamin 



2nd Lieut, 
lo/ 3/15 Lieut. 
io/ 2/15 Lieut. 
4/12/14 Lieut. 
26 1 1/15 Lieut. 
26/ 3/15 Capt. 
237 9/14 Lieut. 
20/10/14 Lieut. 

ig/ 2/17 Lieut. 
20 / 4/17 Lieut. 
2o/ 7/17 

9/ 4/17 Lieut. 
20 1 4/17 Lieut. 
28 / 4/17 Lieut. 

5/ 1/17 Lieut. 
I 3l I/ 1 ? Lieut. 
29 / 7/18 

2/12/17 *R Died of wounds 3o/g/ 1 8 
28/ 4/17 Lieut. 
20 1 4/17 Lieut, w. 7/9/17 

i/ 7/18 
2 7/ 4/ r 7 Lieut. 

20/ 7/17 PjW 9 /4/l8 

8/ 1/17 Lieut. 

6/ 1/18 
1 1/ 2/17 Lieut. 

B/ 4/19 
27/10/15 Killed in action 8/8/1 6 

4/ */i 8 
20/ 4/17 Lieut. 



iv. 25/8/17 
Accl Killed 4/7/18 

w. 16/10/17 

F/D 

F/D HI 



V 9/17 

17/11/16 Lieut. 

9/ 4/17 Lieut. P/W'S/5/i8 
2o/ 7/17 Killed in action 29/9/1 & 
27/ 4/17 Lieut. 
2o/ 7/17 10. iS/io/ 1 ? 

i/ 9/17 
13/10/16 Lieut. 

20/ 7/17 
20/ 7/17 

i3/ 1/17 Lieut. 
27/ 1/17 Lieut. 
i3/ 1/17 Lieut. 
2o/ 4/17 Lieut, w. 15/8/17 

i/ 7/18 
i8/ 9/18 
2o/ 7/17 



R.G.A. 



197 



747 l CHAMBERS, Samuel ... 

5239 CHATTERTON, Richard 

763636 CLAPHAM, Thomas ... 

766157 CLARKE, Harold F. ... 

763360 CLAYTON, Edgar Charles Darwin ... 

765925 COCKRELL, Philip 

8636 COOK, George Rope 

7443 COOKE, Herbert Henry 

762876 COOPER, Francis Arbuthnot Lambe 

7835 CORNISH, Henry Dauncey ... 

760163 CORY, CSM Ralph ... ... . 

8770 CRICHTON, Alexander Cansh 

764636 CUDD, Wilfred Alfred 

764017 CULL, Anders Eric Knos 

766159 DALY, Roland Oliver 

8711 DANGER, Henry George 

763460 DAVIDSON, Henry Herbert ... 

763613 DAVIES, John Llewellyn 

764823 DAY, Reginald Harry 

766158 DALES, John Frank 

7322 DE LA BERE, L/Cpl. Stephen Baghot 

8637 DENCHAR, Vivian Henderson 
763946 DEW, Percival Roderick 

5748 DOBB, Bertram Forster 

762300 DOBB, William Charles Noel Foster 

762431 DONAGHY, Robert Andrews 

762366 DONALD, Thomas Hunter 

763265 DOWNEY, Thomas Philip 

7784 DUFF, Gordon 

767523 DYER, Albert Edwin 

764639 EATON, George Ernest 

765440 EBDON, Reginald Arthur 

763230 EDWARDS, Harold Thomas ... 

765653 ELLERKER, William Tindall 

6472 EVANS, Thomas Cwmanne ... 

5752 EVETTS, Raymond Cecil Thomas ... 

8093 FAWKES, Francis Hanley ... 

762779 FENTON, David ... ... 

8929 FOALE, William Ernest 

765885 FORSTER, Joseph Makepeace 

766689 FORSTER-KNIGHT, George ... 

763123 FRANCIS, Ivor 

767433 FRANKLAND, Charles Hayes 

5841 FREEMAN, George Herbert ... 

765655 FROST, William Frank 

760649 GALLAGHER, James ... 

761257 GALLOWAY, Leslie Douglas 

761542 GAMMON, Keith 



17/11/16 
i2/ 9/16 

20/ 4/17 

2/I2/I7 

20/ 7/17 

as/ a/i8 

3/ J / J 7 
io/ 1/17 

20/ 4/17 
IO/ I/I 7 

8/ 2/19 
i3/ W 



Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 



Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 

m 

Lieut. 



B) 



27/ 4/17 Lieut. 

2/12/17 m 
i3/ 1/17 Lieut. 
20 1 4/17 Lieut. 
20 1 4/17 Lieut. 
14/10/18 
17/12/17 

25/ 2/17 Lieut, w. 11/10/17 
I3/ 1/17 Lieut. 
io/ 6/17 
i2/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 

41 5/17 
1 1/ 4/17 Killed in action 28/5/18 

ay/ s/*y 

2o/ 7/17 

I7/II/I6 F/D(2) W. 2/5/17 

2 9 / 7/18 

20/ 7/17 

4/ 2/18 

2o/ 4/17 Lieut, w. 29/12/17 

4/ 2/18 

30/11/16 Lieut. 

28 / 8/1 6 Lieut. 

17/11/16 Lieut. B3 

26/ 3/17 Lieut. 

i3/ 1/17 Lieut. 



i/ 7/18 

27; 4, 17 L*eut. Bl 

I2/ 2/I 9 

i2/ 9/16 Lieut. Bl 

io/ 6/18 

2o/ 5/18 w. 11/8/17 

4/ 3/ J 8 
i8/ 3/18 



ig8 



ROYAL ARTILLERY. 



764429 GATES, Charles Edward 

761698 GILDING, Edmund Bushnell 

765936 GILLETT, Percy Thomas Robert 

7111 GLADWIN, Duncan Ray Morley 

765886 GOERING, Ernest Frederick ... 

8439 GOLDING, Oliver ... 

8420 GOODRICK, Maurice George 

763822 GRANT, Ronald 

769246 GRAY, Charles Giles 

763747 GREEN, Frederick James 

763234 GREGORY, John Stephen 

762974 GROOCOCK, Arthur David 

760589 GRUNDY, CSM George Francis 

763423 HADEN, Victor William 

761882 HAINES, Leonard Winston 

763660 HALES, William Claude 

9097 HALSEY, Ernest ... 

766162 HAMILTON, James Grey 

766163 HARE, Harold Richard 

765993 HARLAND, Richard 

5096 HARRAP, L/Cpl. Benjamin Clifford . . . 

7245 HAYWARD, Arthur Lawrence 

3025 HAYWARD, L/Cpl. Alfred Robert ... 

765448 HEY, Percy 

764027 HICKS, Athelstan Maud 

765413 HINDE, Walter Butterfield 

765862 HISCOCKS, Charles Edward 

767427 HODGES, Alban Ernest Hill 

766165 HOGARTH, Gordon William 

764244 HOLMES, Kenneth England Maxwell 

2867 HOME, Geoffrey Wyville 

8894 HOOD, John Edmund 

975 HOWE, George Hubert 

763458 HOWE, Percival Presland 

760251 HOWELLS, Sgt. Frank William 

7157 JACOBS, Thomas Windsor 

761461 JAMES, Edward William Harold ... 

9102 JAMES, Percy Stuart 

537i JEFFERY, George James 

763764 JOHNSON, John Francis Fielder 

767984 JOHNSTON, William 

766073 JONES, Aubrey Tarran 

763617 JONES, David 

7116 JULL, Robert Charles 

763828 KEMBLE, John Albert Edgar 

766074 KENT, John 

7072 KIMBER, Dudley Vernon 

765997 KING, Guy Standish 



20/ 7/17 P\W 23/5/18 

n/ 3/17 Lieut, w. 

as) 2/18 

1 1/ 2/17 Lieut. 

5/ 2 /'8 

i3/ 1/17 Lieut. 

i3/ 1/17 Lieut. 

..- / *_ / O 



TO/ 1 2/1 6 Lieut. 
20 1 4/17 Lieut. 
21/12/17 
2O/ 4/17 Lieut. 

8/ 2/19 

20/ 4/17 Lieut. 
28 / 4/17 Lieut. 
r8/ 6/17 
13; 1/17 Copt. & Adjt. 

2/12/17 

2/12/17 

i8/ 2/18 Killed in action 16/6/18 
17/11/16 Lieut. F/D w. 
io/ 1/17 Lieut. 

i/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 

2j/ 4/17 Lieut. 

4/ 3/ 18 
2 5/ 3/ lS 

i/ 7/18 

4/ x / 18 

2 5/ 6 / J 7 

2 1'/ 1/17 Lieut. 

i3/ 1/17 Lieut. 
io/ 4/15 Lieut. u>. 31/8/17 
20 1 7/17 
8/ 2/19 
io/ 1/17 Lieut. 

13/12/17 

i3/ 1/17 Lieut. 

30/11/16 Lieut. 



ll 4/19 
i8/ 2/18 

20/ 7/17 

17/11/16 Lieut. * ft) 
8/ 3/19 w. 30/10/17 

II/ 2/l8 

14/10/17 

II/ 2/l8 



R.G.A. 



199 



762454 


KNOWLES, Peter 


20 / 4/17 Lieut. 


762208 


KRUSE, Hubert Sydney 


2&/ 4/17 Lieut, 


763305 


LANEY, Ernest Charles 


2 5/ 5/'7 


6336 


LEAHY, Eugene 


i7/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 


761292 


LEVY, Oliver Charles 


14/10/18 


764033 


LEWIS, James 


5/ 7/17 


7640 


LIGHTLEY, Edmund 


17/11/16 Lieut. 


766204 


LLOYD, Guy Yuyn Llewelyn 


SI 4/18 


767239 


LOADER, George Sidney 


8/ 2/19 


8613 


LOCKETT, Cecil Charles 


i3/ 1/17 Lieut. 


766972 


LOOSELEY, Charles Abraham 


3/ 4/i9 


763913 


LORD, Cecil Grundy 


2 7/ 5/!7 


764035 


LUCAS, Thomas Mackworth 


2.8/ 4/17 Lieut. 


761000 


LUSCOMBE, Sgt. Valentine Courtenay 


i2/ 9/18 


765775 


LYFORD, Ernest 


4/ 3/19 


763341 


MARTIN, Cyril Frederick 


2o/ 4/17 Lieut. 


59*8 


MASSEY, Cpl. Hugh 


i3/ 1/17 Lieut. 


767596 


MAY, Reginald Reuben 


5/ 2 /*9 


8833 


McKiE, Robert Denholm Mackroy... 


J 3/ */*7 Lieut - HI 


8522 


MELLES, Robert Ernest 


i3/ 1/17 Lieut. 


2697 


MIDDLETON, Stephen 


2 a/ % 4/1 5 Capt. w. 15/4/18 H! 


7542 


MILLS, Ernest Thomas 


27/ 1/17 Lieut. 7c. 7/11/17 


5919 


MILLS, Frank Osgood 


17/12/16 Lieut. 


7376 


MOFFETT, Thomas Henry ... 


io/ 1/17 Lieut. 


6072 


MORGAN, Harold 


9/ 7/1 6 Lieut. 


760755 


MOSSE, CQMS Sidney Hugh ... 


5/ 2/I 9 d. -/2/20 


764038 


MOULE, Arthur James Coram 


28/ 4/17 Lieut. 


763765 


MOXON, George Henry 


28/ 4/17 Lieut. 


762487 


NEIGHBOUR, Gerald .. 


i/ 7/17 


764249 


NELSON, Roger 


i/ 7/18 


764250 


NEWBERRY, George Herbert 


20/ 7/17 


5864 


ODDY, Douglas Cooke 


I3/ 1/17 Lieut. 


760102 


OLDHAM, CQMS Edward Harold 


3/ 2/19 


767110 


OLIVER, Thomas Stuart 


i/ 7/18 


7543 


OLLEY, John Francis 


17/11/16 Lieut. 


765850 


PACE, Arthur 


i7/ 3/i 


7958 


PADDLE, Kenneth Cecil Lawrence ... 


2 1/ 1/17 Lieut. & 


5277 


PARSLOE, Jack Alphonso Eugene ... 


i3/ 1/17 Lieut. 


37^7 


PATTISON, Sgt. Edgar Edwin L. 


i3/ 1/17 Lieut. 


8756 


PENNY, Frank 


i3/ 1/17 Lieut. 


763623 


PERCIVAL, Frederick George 


2o/ 7/17 ' Si/Jo/'? 


7254 


PETRIE, Percy Canterbury ... 


17/11/16 Lieut. 


7728 


PIERSON, Victor Majolier 


27 /i/i 7 Lieut. 


7660 


PLANT, Harry Neal ... 


17/11/16 Z*V///. B) 


762580 


PRESTON, Ivor Kerrison 


24/12/17 


7655" 


PROVIS, Eric John ... 


2 9 / 4/18 


7944 


PURCHASE, Walter Henry ... 


io/ 1/17 C0//. & Adjt. 


76^6<U 


PUTT. Tarvis . 


20 1 4. In Lieut. 



200 



ROYAL ARTILLERY. 



764102 


QUARMBY, Rupert Llewellyn 


2 7 / 


5/17 


Lieut. 






764655 


RAMSAY, William McAllister 


22/ 


7/17 


Lieut. 


w. 


17/10/18 


764382 


RIPPENGAL, Arthur Henry ... 


20/ 


7/17 


Lieut. 






764583 


RIVERS, Frank Wilfred 


20/ 


7/17 








766946 


ROBINSON, William Arthur Boker ... 


I/ 


7/18 








4749 


ROWE, L/Cpl. Claude Bernard 


2O/I2/I6 


Lieut. 






769393 


ROWE, Harold Charles 


7/ 


3/19 








763732 


SEWELL, Edward John 




9/17 


Died of wounds 10/4/18 


764263 


SHARP, Colin Stanley 


2O/ 


7/17 








764345 


SHARP, John Frederick 


JO/ 


7/17 








762844 


SHAUL, Percy John 


2 7/ 


4/17 


Lieut. 






761316 


SHEA, Richard Thomas 


28/ 


4/17 


Lieut. 


d. 12/11/18 


767527 


SHERIDAN, Charles Wesley ... 


2 9/ 


7/18 








763958 


SIDEY, William Hepburn 


20/ 


4/17 


Lieut. 


Died oj wounds 13/10/17 


764171 


SKEATS, Leonard Frank 


28/ 


4/17 


Lieut. 






554 


SMITH, Frederick Herbert Corbitt D. 


26/ 


9/1 6 


Killed in action 10/12/17 


6888 


SMITH, George Ernest 


17/11/16 


Lieut. 


* 


F/D 


761826 


SMITH, Seymour 


2 7 / 


4/i7 


Lieut. 


w. 


I/9/I7 


6628 


SMITH, Sidney 


30/11/16 


Lieut. 


w. 


2/TO/I7 


4580 


SMITH, Victor Charles Compton 


6/ 


7/16 


Lieut. 


w. 


21/9/17 


763046 


SOUTHERN, Alfred John 


2 3/ 


4/17 


Lieut. 


w. 


-/7/i8 


88o8 


SPENCE, William Brown 


i3/ 


'/'7 


Lieut. 


w. 


9/3/iS 


760692 


SPENCER, Sgt.-Inst. Spencer 


i/ 


7/18 








764269 


STAVELEY, William ... 


20/ 


7/17 








763439 


STEVENS, Francis Anthony ... 


I/ 


7/18 










STREET, Sgt. Hugh Wren 


3 1 / 


1/17 


Lieut. 






764306 


STRICKLAND, Robert Bateman 


20/ 


7/17 w. 30/4/18 


766124 


SUMMERTON, Frederick George 


I/ 


7/18 








762584 


TAYLOR, Arthur Henry Spencer 


-/I 2/1 7 


8042 


TEE, Clifford Vernon 


I/ 


9/17 Died of wounds 1 1 /8/ 1 8 


763994 


THOMPSON, Fred Robert Thoresby ... 


2O/ 


7/17 


Lieut. 






764273 


THOMPSON, Richard Sydney 


20/ 


7/17 








762282 


THOMPSON, William ... 


i7/ 


5/17 


Lieut. 






761875 


TILLY, Edgar Horace 


5/ 


3/17 


Lieut. 


w. 


31/10/18 


764107 


TIPPETTS, Richard Alexander Ferguson 3/ 


8/17 








763960 


TOLERTON, William ... 


2 8/ 


4/i7 


Lieut. 






761232 


TOWELL, Harold West 




6/18 








764276 


TRAVERS, Edgar William 


'i/ 


9/17 








762770 


TURNER, Cecil Percy 




5/ J 7 


Lieut. 






762610 


TURNER, Walter James 


2 2 8/ 


4/17 


Lieut. 






7633M 


TUTTE, Alfred Ernest Victor 


20/ 


7/17 








764214 


TYLER, Arthur Thomas 


20/ 


7/17 w. 8/11/17 


767602 


VEALE, Lionel Percy Valery 


I2/ 


2/19 








763480 


WALKER, Henry 


2O/ 


4/17 


Lieut. 






9082 


WALLER, Leon John 


J 3/ 


1/17 


Lieut. 






9046 


WALLER, Trueman Augustus Riviere 


X 3/ 


I/'J 


Lieut. 






9135 


WALTER, Charles 


T 3/ 


1/17 


Lieut. 






763769 


WAND, Samuel James George 


28/ 




Lieut. 







R.G.A. 



2OI 



WARREN, Hugh St. John Percy ... 8/ 2/19 

WAYDELIN, Frederick John ... ... 28/ 4/17 Lieut. 

WEBB, Geoffrey Fuller ... ... 28/4/17 Lieut. 

WEIGHT, Allen Fremantle ... ... 27/4/17 Lieut. 

WEIGHT, Sidney Lewis .., ... 2o/ 4/17 Lieut. 

WEST, George Malcolm Watson ... 2o/ 8/16 Lieut. 

WEST, Sydney Hague ... ... 2o/ 4/17 Lieut. 

WHICHER, Cecil Thomas ... ... 2o/ 7/17 

WHITE, Norton Summers ... ... i/ 7/18 

WHITE, Sidney William 28/ 4/17 Lieut. 

WHITTAKER, Charles Joseph ... 28/ 4/17 Lieut. 

WHITTAKER, Gilbert Whalley ... 4/11/18 Lieut. 

WILLIAMS, Reginald Seidler 5/2/19 

WILLIAMS, Thomas ... ... ... 24/ 6/18 

WILLIAMSON, William Henry Rowe... 25/11/14 Capt. 

WILLSON, Albert 1/17/18 

WILSON, Percy Macdonald 2o/ 7/17 w. -\i 

WINDER, L/Cpl. Walter 8/ 1/17 Lieut. 

WRIGHT, Albert Alexander 20/ 4/17 Lieut. 

YATES, William Fletcher 31/1/17 Lieut. 



F/D 



w. 1 



3/9/i8 



Royal Garrison Artillery : Special Reserve. 



2636 DE BURIATTE, Warwick Huxley ... 

2696 DINHAM, George Albert 

2982 GOLDSMITH, George Lawrence 

2323 RHODES, Dunstan 

7626 ABSON, Percy 

7627 ACTON, Richard 
7354 ADAMS, Oliver Haynes 
4139 ADAMS, Stanley Alfred 

8 1 10 ADDERLEY, Charles Joseph Henry ... 

6501 AITKEN, Robert 

6675 AKEHURST, Charles Henry ... 

5934 AMERY, Thomas Ford 

7862 ANSON- JONES, John Samuel... 

7788 ASCHE, Harold Carstin John 

765414 ASHBOURNE, Thomas Gordon William 

7630 ATCHISON, Harold Percy Reynolds... 

762772 ATHOE, George Benfield Jones 

5039 BAILEY, Cpl. William Edward 

4334 BALL, Sgt. Arthur Hugh 

8231 BANTING, Arthur Digby 

8104 BARCLAY, Maurice George Henry F. 

6840 BARNES, Sgt. Albert Frederick 



9/ 7/15 Lieut. 
16/12/15 Capt. 
16/12/15 Lieut. 



Accl Killed 19/10/18 



23/11/16 Lieut. 
23/11/16 Lieut. 

1/12/16 Lieut. * 
io/ 1/17 Lieut. 
13/12/16 
20/11/16 Lieut. 

8/ i/i 7 
io/ 1/17 Lieut. 

1/12/16 d. -/i2/i8 

1/12/16 Lieut. 
i 9 / 8/17 

1/12/16 Lieut, ft] 

i/ 9/i7 

i/ 1 2/1 6 Lieut. 

I 9/ 7/ J 6 Capt. ffr Died of wounds 13/10/17 
18/12/16 Lieut. <& 
2 5/ J / J 7 Lieut. 
25/ i/i? IB 



2O2 



ROYAL ARTILLERY. 



4977 BARTLETT, Harold Frederick Walter 


3o/ 8/1 6 Lietit. w. 30/10/17 


7436 BEACHAM, Oliver Harry 


13/12/16 Lieut. 


6148 BEACHELL, Reginald Peel 


5/10/16 Lieut. 


762660 BEBINGTON, John Arthur 


/ 3/17 


4950 BENNETT, Edward Henry ... 


13/12/16 


761920 BENNETT, John Nichol 


IJ / 3/ x 7 Killed in action 19/5/17 


7748 BENTLEY, L/Cpl. Harold Crompton 


23/11/16 Lieut. 


760398 BIGGS, James Henry Cedric 


2 3/ 8/17 Lieut. 


6599 BINNS, Alfred 


1/12/16 w. 7/4/17 


8070 BLANCO-WHITE, George Rivers 


23/11/16 Lieut. 


5394 BOOKLESS, Thomas ... 


18/12/16 Lieut, w. 13/7/17 


6454 BOON, Ernest George Fred ... 


27/11/16 Lieut. ^ 


7603 BOURCHIER, Leonard Grove Gabbett 


5/10/16 


761831 BRACEWELL, James Rawston 


27/11/16 w. 11/8/17 


762133 BREARCY, Archibald Duncan 


2/ 5/17 


7840 BRERETON, John Lancelot ... 


8/ 1/17 


5237 BREWER, Leonard George Tye 


8/ 1/17 


6443 BRINE, George Edward 


23/11/16 Capt. iv. 16/4/18 


7631 BROMLEY, Ernest James 


23/11/16 Lieut. 


762233 BROWN, Arthur William 


2/ 5/17 


6786 BRUMWELL, Bernard Henry... 


23/11/16 m 


6198 BRUNT, Stanley Herbert 


1/12/16 


7632 CABLE, James Sydney 


23/11/16 Lieut, d. 5/9/18 


765381 C ALDER, Roy Croaker 


i 9 / 8/17 


7934 CAMPBELL, Christopher James 


23/11/16 


761808 CARLTON, John 


i/ 3/17 


760584 CARLTON, Cpl. John 


i V 3/17 


5615 CARTER, Sidney Victor 


8/ i/i7 


6210 CHARLES, David Sibbering ... 


23/11/16 


766156 CHILD, Philip Albert 


2/12/17 


5984 CLARK, Alec Gordon 


i/ 9/16 


7773 CLARK, Harold Everitt 


10/12/16 3$} 


5735 CLEMONS, Cuthbert John Savigny ... 


3O/ 8/1 6 Lieut. 


77777 COCK ELL, Frederick Harold... 


18/12/16 


7108 COLE, Cecil Clarke 


1/12/16 Died of wounds 13/10/17 


764419 COLE, Francis William 


8/ 9/17 


7605 COMBER, Henry Cantley 


24/12/16 


8025 COMFORT, Harry William 


18/12/16 


7922 COMYN, Charles Heaton Fitzwilliam 


23/11/16 


8063 COOPER, Reginald Brodie 


8/12/16 


7870 COWELL, Percy Septimus 


i3/ 2/16 


2630 COWNIE, Ivor Thomas William 


7/ 7/16 w. 30/10/17 


7369 CRANE, Lancelot 


18/12/16 d. i5/3/ J 8 


7293 CROOK, Donovan 


18/12/16 Capt. 


763023 CROSLAND, Leonard ... ... ... 


I2/ 3/17 * W. II/IO/I7 


6669 CROUCH, William Ballard 


23/11/16 Killed in action 13/4/17 


761112 CROW, Basil Edward 


J 3/ 3/ T 7 


5743 CULLEY, Sgt. Walter Willoughby Basil 


20/12/16 HI 



R.G.A. (S/R). 



203 



7738 CURTIES, L/Cpl. Thomas Steven P. 

8113 CUTTING, L/Cpl. Cecil George 

7936 CUTTLE, Elliott 

7560 DAVENPORT, Salusbury Fynes 

7937 DAY, Francis Henry Coryton 
8052 DE MATTOS, George William 
2303 DENNIS, Arthur Scotney 
7802 DEVEREUX, L/Cpl. Thomas 

763450 DILLON, Thomas James 

761962 DIXON, William Scarth 

7979 DRIVER-HOLLO WAY, Thomas H. 
8170 DUNN, Andrew Landale 

7445 EARP, L/Cpl. George Norman 

6254 EDMOND, Alexander Duncan 

4060 EDWARDS, L/Cpl. Frederick Stanley 

7841 EILOART, Ferdinand Robert 

7980 ELLERY, Henry William Oswald 
6214 ELLIOTT, Frederick Thomas 
6715 EVANS, William Emnys 

7462 FAIRCHILD, Joseph Bryant Wilson .. 

6137 FAUNCH, L/Cpl. Ernest Alfred 

762369 PENNING, Wilson George ... 

7938 FERGUSON, Maurice Gurney 
762101 FERGUSON, Thomas ... 

8087 FLAWN, Neville George 

761283 FLUX, Henry John ... 

2661 FOULSHAM, Frank Chester ... 

7534 FOWLER, Francis Archibald 
6458 Fox, John Harper Graham ... 
6979 FRANCE, Barry Edwin 

7782 FREEMAN, Percy 

8014 FROST, Walter 

6153 FULBECK, Charles Edward ... 

7294 GABBOTT, Edgar Parr 

6216 GARDNER, L/Cpl. Henry 

5687 GASSON, Stanley 

7535 GATTY, David Ivor Vaughan 
5903 GIBBS, Thomas Harry 
7218 GIBSON, Stanley Rutherford 
4089 GILLON, Cpl. Geoffrey Symonds 

765389 GLENNIE, George Henry 

5404 GLOVER, Charles William 

6170 GOOD, Richard Whittall 

6449 GOTHARD, Clifford Frederick 

6837 GRAY, Charles Reginald 

765391 GRAY, Joseph Everard 

761991 GRENSIDE, Harold Cutliffe ... 

923 GRICE, William Stanley 



18/12/16 

1/12/16. 
23/11/16 i. 
18/12/16 
13/12/16 

a/ 2/17 

23/11/16 Lieut, iv. 14/8/17 
1 1/ 1/17 
30/11/17 

8/ 1/17 Lieut, w. 6/11/17 
i i/ 2/17 
18/12/16 w. 4/2/18 

1/12/16 
io/ 1/17 

8/ 1/17 * 

8/ 1/17 
1.8/12/16 

8/ 7/16 

5/10/16 Killed in action 4/5/17 

*3/ 3/ 1 ? 
18/12/16 

a/ 4/i7 
23/11/16 

2I/ 2/l8 

2 1 8/1 6 Capt. w. 9/4/17 
18/12/16 Capt. Killed in action 28/7/17 
13/12/16 
18/12/16 
18/12/16 
io/ 1/17 

13/12/16 w. 15/8/17 
23/11/16 

23/11/16 Capt. * w. 6/11/17 B) 
23/11/16 
n/ 2/17 
23/11/16 

5/10/16 
13/12/16 

5/ 8/17 
22/ 7/16 Staf-Capt. \\\ 

18/12/16 
1/12/16 

18/12/16 

5/ 8/17 
a/ 5/17 
10/12/16 Capt. ^ 



204 



ROYAL ARTILLERY. 



7757 


GRUNDY, Charles Victor 


8/12/16 


5692 


GUERRIER, Arthur Philip 


13/12/16 


7 6 5392 


GUNN, Edmond Alan 


SO/ 8/17 d. 13/2/19 


73 2 9 


GURNEY, Percival Sydney ... 


18/12/16^/^16/1/18 m 


7668 


HALLPIKE, Christopher George 


8/12/16 Killed in action 6/4/18 


6334 


HAMILL, John 


23/10/16 Lieut. 


762191 


HAMMOND, Richard Fisher ... 


5/ 2/17 w. 22/8/17 


762879 


HANCOCK, Ernest 


i3/ 3/17 Capt. * w. 4/9/18 


762122 


HARTLEY, Alfred 


2 / 4/17 Died of wounds 9/10/18 


8178 


HARTREE, Cyril 


18/12/16 Killed in action 28/5/18 


763584 


HAYDON, Robert Alexander 


6/ 7/17 


764699 


HENDERSON, Colin Keith ... 


3i/ i/'8 


7063 


HEYWOOD, Frank 


8/12/16 Lieut, w. 18/11/18 


8003 


HIDE, James Birchell 


13/12/16 Lieut. * U) 


795 


HICHAM, Reginald Lachlan 


8/ 1/17 Lieut, w. 3/10/18 


6402 


HILL, Thomas Gaundey 


5/10/16 Lieut. T& 


763887 


HOLLO WAY, Herbert John ... 


13/10/17 


5 I2 4 


HOLMAN, Walter Manley 


8/ 1/17 Lieut, w. 6/4/18 


6382 


HOLMES, George Robert 


24/12/16 Lieut. 


4068 


HOMEWOOD, Talbot Stephenson 


23; 9/1 6 Lieut. 3& 


765394 


HOOPER, Victor Albert 


3/ 8/i7 


764433 


HUDSON, Eli Bennison 


'/ 9/17 


6222 


HUGHES, Francis Allen 


8/ 1/17 Lieut. 


6372 


HUNTER, James Douglas 


23/11/16 Lieut, w. 1/9/17, 24/4/18 


7449 


HUNTER, Robert Younger ... 


18/12/16 Lieut. 


8510 


HUSKINSON, Arthur William 


i3/ 3/17 Lieut. 


762485 


INGLIS, Thomas Graham 


2 7/ 2 / 1 7 Lieut. 


484 


JOHNSON, Alfred Forbes 


18/12/16 * 


7593 


JOHNSON, Arthur Haynes 


18/12/16 w. 16/5/18 


762592 


JOHNSON, William Spencer ... 


i i/ 3/^7 


8046 


JONES, George Arthur 


23/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 


745i 


JONES, William Henry 


23/11/16 B5 


6357 


JUSTICE, Walter Burgess 


1/12/16 IE 


4899 


KASSELL, Lewen Cawood 


23/11/16 Lieut. 


7940 


KEAY, William Howard 


rS/i2/i6 


5511 


KELLY, L/Cpl. Bernard Ronald 


13/12/16 


761047 


KELLY, L/Cpl. William 


i3/ 3/ 1 ? Lieut. 


6011 


KENDON, L/Cpl. David Geldersleve 


18/12/16 T& 


753S 


KENYON, Samuel 


18/12/16 


759 


KING, Dennis Hoare 


8/ 1/17 w. 24/5/18 


6012 


KING, William 


18/12/16 


6224 


KIRKPATRICK, Kenneth John 


8/ 1/17 


8120 


KIRKUS, Cuthbert Hayward 


23/11/16 Crt//. Killed in action 31/7/17 


7564 


KNOWLES, Roland Ernest 


18/12/16 * 


2458 


LAMB, L/Cpl. Thomas Slater 


23/11/16 


7832 


LANGHORNE, Arthur J 


18/12/16 


762904 


LAUGHLAND, David Stuart 


I3/ 3/17 


6265 


LAWSON, Philip Hugh 


8/ 1/17 



R.G.A. (S/R). 



205 



7389 LAZARUS, George Maitland ... 

7763 LEDWARD, Charles Harold ... 

5958 LEVER, Ernest Harry 

4184 LEVETT, Sydney Cornelius Blair 

765556 LEWIS, William Augustus Howe 

6701 LUMSDEN, Frederick 

7833 LUCAS, Archibald William Tindall .. 

761462 LYE, Percival W. 

7941 LYNN, Sydney 

766169 MACBETH, Benjamin James George 

761930 MACGREGOR, Herbert James 

5779 MALLETT, Norman ... 

766171 MARTIN, Angers 

5415 MATTHEWS, Thomas 

7861 MAYCOCK, Sydney Herbert ... 

7984 MAYOR, Bertram Robert 

765660 MCDONALD, John 

76343 McHAiLE, John Edgar 

765400 McKELVEY, George Frickleton 
762938 McKEOWN, Felix Quinn 

765401 MCLELLAN, Charles David ... 
6387 MEACHAM, Frank Reginald 

763731 MILLER, John Anderson 

765402 MILLIAN, John Currey 
2576 MOLLIAR-SMITH, Herbert 

765690 MORGAN, Lascelles Daniel ... 

7643 MORRISON, Robert Archer ... 

8004 MORRISON, Thomas Henry ... 

5860 MORRISON, William 

3284 MOSES, Frank Samuel 

761002 NASH, Herbert Mason 

3348 NETHERY, Wallace Claude Elison .. 

762532 NICKSON, George Bernard ... 

7964 NISBETT, Edgar Charley 

16813 NIXON, Walter 

5525 NORCOMBE, L/Cpl. Thomas Percy . 

766079 NUTHALL, Stuart 

6960 O'SULLIVAN, Horace Alexander 

7873 PAINE, Reginald Stuart 

7429 PALFREYMAN, Frederick James 

761315 PARK, John Lawrence 

7959 PARKIN, John 

7854 PEIRCE, Alfred 

761706 PERRY, Arthur Ernest Cecil 

764453 PHILLIPS, Edgar Lewis 

7855 PHILLIPS, Ernest Thomas Adams .., 
762209 PODMORE, George Conrad ... 

7549 PORT, L/Cpl. Frederick John 



23/11/16 

1/12/16 

IS/ 9/1 6 F/D 11 
23/11/16 
i8/ 3/18 
23/11/16 
io/ 1/17 

8/ 4/16 

i i/ 1/17 w. 28/8/17 
23/11/17 

2/ 4/17 

18/12/16 

2/I2/I7 

9/ 7/16 Capt. M.B.K. Died of wounds 27 lf>l& 
i2/ 2/17 
13/11/16 
2 9 / 4/18 



3 o/ 8/17 

1 1/ 3/ J 7 * w. 24/4/18 
5/ 8/17 
28/11/16 * 

23/ 4/i7 
i 9 / 8/17 
23/11/16 
i8/ 2/18 

1/12/16 

8/ 1/17 w. 21/11/18 
18/12/16 

28/11/16 Died of wounds 31/8/18 
18/12/16 
18/12/16 

r 3/ 3/i7 * w - 18/10/17 
io/ 1/17 

1/12/16 
13/12/16 

2 5 / 2/18 

23/10/16 Killed in action 22/4/17 
18/12/16 

1 1/ I/I7 

28/ 6/1 6 Lieut. 

10/12/16 ^ 

13/12/16 * 

2i/ 2/18 Died of wounds 20/6/18 

V 9/17 
13/12/16 Lieut, M.B.E. 

2/ 5/17 

/ 1/17 



206 



ROYAL ARTILLERY. 



7160 PORTER, Bernard Arthur 


... 18/12/16 




765469 PORTER, James ... .: 


... i8/ 2/18 




7704 PORTER, Oliver John 


... 20/12/16 




762609 PRIESTLEY, Leslie Stuart 


... 2o/ 3/17 Lieut. M 




763434 PRING, Arnold Lydden 


... i/ 8/18 




6260 READ, Selwyn 


5/10/16 Lieut, w. 2 


9/9/17 


764582 READING, Arthur Alfred 


... 2/ 9/17 




7965 REDPATH, William Henry .. 


... 24/12/16 w. 26/9/18 




763507 REEVE, James 


... 9 / 8/17 w. 15/4/18 




2323 RHODES, Dunstan 


... 27/ 8/15 * m 




6233 RIDDETT, Basil Perry 


... 20/12/16 




764042 RIGBY, Alfred 


... 2/ 9/17 




6466 ROBERTSON, David 


... 13/12/16 w. 23/6/17 




737 ROBINSON, Cpl. Norgrove Stuart 


4/1 2/1 6 Lieut. >Ji 


w. 21/5/18 


5139 ROGERS, L/Cpl. Cecil Ernest 


5/10/16 w. 10/10/17 




7865 ROSMALLCOCQ, Gerald Augustine 


... 13/12/16 




6467 ROUGHTON, Harold 


1/12/16 




7890 SALUSBURY, John Thelwall ... 


... 13/12/16 




763600 SARGENT, Leslie Harold 


... 2o/ 4/17 Lieut, w. 5 


/i/i7 


765665 SCHELL, Frederick Stanley ... 


... 4/3/18 Killed in action 22/8/18 


761985 SCHOTT, William 


2/12/17 




6125 SCOTT, William David 


... 2o/ 8/16 




8102 SCOTT- JAMES, Rolfe Arnold ... 


... 13/12/16 * 


, 


763114 SCRIMGEOUR, John Murray ... 


... 23/12/17 




765363 SERGEANT, John Prosper 


... i8/ 2/18 




766087 SETTLE, Richard Hardcastle 


... 4 / 2/18 




762419 SHARPE, Percy Barlow 


... 2/ 5/17 




7515 SILLERY, William 


... 13/12/16 w. 11/8/17 




761127 SIMS, Nugent Woolcott 


... 18/12/16 Capt. F/D 


w. -/7/i8 


6428 SLATTER, Arthur Wittard 


... 13/12/16 




7581 SMALLPAGE, Frederic Hartley 


... 8/12/16 




765008 SMITH, Frank Glennie 


... i6/ 9/17 Lieut, w. 21/4/18 


766040 SMITH, Norman Ralph 


... 2 5 / 2/18 




761209 SPANTON, William Burke 


... 4/12/16 




762769 STAMMERS, Francis Alan Roland 


... u/ 3/17 w. 11/5/18 




762944 STEPHENS, Beryl Louis 


... n/ 3/ J 7 




762520 STEWART, Francis John 


... i3/ 3/17 




760865 STEWART, Sgt. William Hinton 






762656 STIRLING, Archibald Colin ... 


... ig/ 8/17 




764587 STOKES, Christopher William 


... 8/ 9/17 w. 19/6/18 




4663 STONE, Reginald Holmes ... 


... 4 / 8/16 




764172 STONE, William Barnes 


... 1/10/17 




6415 STONEHAM, Edward William 


... 2o/ 8/1 6 Lieut. 




4737 STRICK, L/Cpl. Richard Boase K. 


... 2o/ 8/1 6 Lieut. 




762309 SUGDEN, Frank Edward 


i/ 7/17 




7949 SUMMERFIELD, Alfred Bernard 


... 23/11/16 Capt. m 




8069 SUMMERSELL, James Gleed... 


... 13/12/16 




7968 SUTHERLAND, George Kenneth 


... 23/11/16 





R.G.A. (S/K). 



764209 


SWIFT, Albert Dean ... 


1/11/17 


765520 


TAIT, Duncan Christie 


i8/ 2/1 8 


762281 


TEBBUTT, Herbert Charles ... 


20 1 3/T7 


766089 


TENNANT, George Montague Colvin 


4/ 3/i8 


4229 


THOMAS, Cpl. Philip Edward 


23/11/16 Killed in action 9/4/17 


7007 


THOMAS, Thomas 


1/12/16 & F/D 


5293 


THOMPSON, Arthur Edward 


2o/ 8/1 6 


5878 


THORBURN. John McCavey 


23/11/16 


762688 


THORNE, Frederick Charles 


J 3/ 3/17 


5294 


TOPPING, Samuel 


18/12/16 Copt. w. 1/5/18 


5426 


TOMKINS, Samuel Edward ... 


23/11/16 w. 17/6/18 


763216 


TOOP, Alexander George 


i i/ 3/17 w. 12/11/17 


8007 


TRACEY, Bernard David 


8/ 1/17 


8036 


TRENCH, Frederick Charles 


13/12/16 


7988 


TRUSCOTT, Maurice John ... 


13/12/16 Hl(2) 


760513 


TWEEDLE, L/Cpl. Ralph 


26/ 1/18 


5818 


VAN ESSEN, Everard Cecil ... 


20/ 8/1 6 Lieut. 


4293 


VERNON, Cpl. Henry Robert 


5/10/16 w, 6/10/17 Bl(2) 


7828 


WAILES, Francis George 


18/12/16 m 


766180 


WAILES, Herbert G 


2/12/17 


556 


WAKEFORD, Arthur James ... 


29/11/16 Lieut. 


6549 


WALKER, Arnold Learoyd 


5/10/16 Lieut, w. 18/10/18 


6861 


WALKER, William Harrington 


1/12/16 w. 17/5/18 


7166 


WARBURTON, Charles Marsden 


8/ 1/17 w. 22/4/18 


5820 


WARREN, Harvey Stanley 


30/12/16 Lieut, w. 3/6/18 


760683 


WELBY, Davis 


i/ 7/17 d. 23/10/18 


6505 


WHITAKER, Geoffrey Maurice 


2o/ 8/1 6 11} 


3106 


WHITEHEAD, Edgar Joseph William 


1/12/16 d. 17/2/19 


6862 


WILDERS, Charles Alban 


8/ 1/17 w. 15/8/17 


762343 


WILDE, William Hornsby ... 


"/ 3/i7 


8095 


WILKINSON, Ernest Percival 


23/11/16 


764079 


WILLCOX, George Harold ... 


28/ 5/i7 


6550 


WILLIAMS, Robert Pryce 


1/12/16 


8031 


WILLIAMS, William Harold ... 


18/1 2/16 Killed in action 9/1 1/18 


6241 


WILSON, Henry Armstrong ... 


8/11/16 


764863 


WILSON, William Laurie 


29/ 9/ 1 ? ' . 


7867 


WOLFF, James Daniel 


13/12/16 Capt. M.B.E. 


5307 


WORNUM, William Esmond 


1/12/16 %< 


6610 


WORRALL, Samuel 


i/i 2/1 6 * HI 


761361 


WORSELDINE, Stanley Chas. Harwood 


8/ 4/18 


763770 


WRAY, William John Osterfield 


30/11/17 


7320 


WRIGHT, Cecil Lawrence 


13/12/16 Killed in action 7/7/17 


7583 


WRIGHT, Walter Whitmore 


20/12/16 Killed in action 23/8/17 



208 



ROYAL ARTILLERY. 



Royal Garrison Artillery : Territorial Force. 

3/ 3/ 1 5 Lieut - 



(A/L : 750b) 

Cornwall (Duke of Cornwall's). 
1501 SIMPSON, Maurice Barrow ... 

Devon. 

2182 HONOUR, Frank Leslie 
1583 HOPE, W. Edward C. 

Dorsetshire. 
3142 PENNY, William Nevill 

Glamorgan. 
3778 LEWIS, Clifford Michael ... 

Hampshire. 
2853 AMAN, John Godfrey 

Kent. 

2284 EASTMAN, Cpl. Archibald Garey 
900 GRAY, Eric Balfour ... 

Lancashire (Heavy Battery), 
3560 MONROE, Robert 

2nd London (Heavy Battery). 
4410 CAFFAREY, Bernard James ... 
2355 DAVIS, Arthur Felix 

Sussex. 
2531 WOLTON, Ronald Arthur Guy 

Wessex (Heavy Battery). 
1376 OELRICHS, Cpl. Richard Vaughan 
2586 WARD, Francis Norris 

6715 HAYCOCK, Harry 

760580 OWEN, Geoffrey Leyland 

7467 SMITH, Matthew Purdon 

765479 STEPHENSON, William Stanley 

761231 STONEHOUSE, Arthur Dudley 



22/ 6/15 Lieut. 

9/ 4/15 Lieut. 

24/ 3/1 6 Lieut. 

1 1/ 8/15 Lieut. 



16/12/15 Lieut. 
7/10/15 d. 20/12/17 



6/12/15 "Lieut. 7(>. ii /6/i 8 



1/12/15 Staff-Capt. 
29/12/15 Lieut. 



27/ 3/15 Lieut. 



i8/ 7/15 Capt. Amm. Col. w. -/6/iy 
27/12/15 Lieut. 

4/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 
20/12/16 Lieut. 

i/i 2/1 6 Lieut. 
J 3/ S/ 1 ^ Lieut. 
20/12/16 Lieut. 



ROYAL ENGINEERS. 



209 



2nd Lieut. 

1450 BIRNIE, Reginald ... ... ... ig/ 1/16 

1483 BULL, Joseph William ... ... 23/12/15 

3325 ELLIS, Shirley Duncan ... ... n/ 9/15 

3414 FRYER, Robert Eliot ... ... -j/ 7/15 

3275 GRIFFIN, Arthur Ethelbert ... ... 3/ 2/15 

2076 GUY, John Keble ... 9/12/14 

3388 HEYWOOD, Edward Percival ... ig/ 5/15 

2707 HILL, Edwin Vivian ... ... io/ 8/15 

2318 HOWARD, Hugh Lloyd 1/10/14 

3096 HUSBAND, Charles Thomas Main ... 15/10/15 

1858 PARKER, John Amphlett ... ... 24/10/14 

3188 RAWLINS, CQMS Guy Vernon C. ... 26/ 2/15 

735 ROBINSON, Alfred Douglas ... ... i6/ 6/15 

2129 ROBINSON, John Charles ... ... 2g/ 8/15 

1853 ROBERTS, Charles Henry ... ... i2/ 9/15 

1496 ROUGHT, Philip 3i/ 3/15 

1203 ROWLAND, Douglas Mayhew ... g/ 1/16 

3288 SALMON, Maurice William ... ... i3/ 3/15 

3340 STEVENS, Henry John Henley ... 23/ 4/15 

905 WALKER, Sgt. Reginald Henry ... 27/ 2/15 

3050 WALLS, Cpl. Francis Hugh ... ... i6/ 6/15 

2826 WEBB, Walter John ... ... ... 24/10/14 

3393 YUILL, Harry Hogg ... ...23/4/15 

4007 ALLEN, Cecil John ... ... ... 24/12/15 

6348 BISPHAM, Charles ... ... ... 28/ 5/16 

959 CORNISH, Sgt. Alfred Charles ... 17/11/15 

1484 DAWSON, Sgt. Alan Delwaide ... 17/11/15 
5682 DONALDSON-SELBY, T. Tyssen Grey i4/ 1/16 
4789 DOWDESWELL, Frank ... ... i4/ 1/16 

6399 DOUGLAS, George Frederick ... 3/ 6/16 

4005 FAVELL, Walter Rupert Aldridge ... 17/11/15 

5177 HANCOCK, Wesley 25/ 6/16 

3344 HARPER, Ernest Edward 17/10/15 

7230 HARRIS, Emanuel Vincent ... ... ig/ 5/16 

6061 HARRISON, Edward Harrison ... 7/ 5/16 

3851 HOLM, Frank Diederick ... ... 2/2/16 

3608 JONES, Percy Hudson ... ... 2/ 1/16 

2708 LOMAX, Cpl. Gordon Charles ... 28/ 4/16 
6623 MALLOCH, David ... ... ... 3/ 6/16 

2852 MATTHEW, Cpl. John Richard ... 14/12/15 

2895 MOORE, Cpl. John Leslie Mackenzie i2/ 5/15 

7282 PARRY, Samuel ... ... ... 25/ 6/16 

6409 RAWSTHORNE, Herbert Crompton ... i8/ 3/16 

5871 REED, L/Cpl. William ... 5/6/16 

6080 SLATTERY, Francis James ... ... 3o/ 1/16 



(From 2 j Gordon Highlanders) 
(From 2JE. Lanes.) Z>/ W \\ 10/1 6 
* Died 19/3/16 
Major. Wounded 



zjoth Tunnelling Co. 



Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Major 

Lieut. 

Major 

Capt. 

Lieut. 

(From io/S. Stafford) Lieut. 

( From 1 1 York & Lanes.) o/.-/6/i6 

Lieut. * 

Signal Service 

Lieut. Wounded -/ 10/15 Hi 

Lieut. Hi 

Lieut. M.B.E. Hi 

Lieut. 

Lieut. F/D Hi 

Major D.S.O. >I F/D Hi (2) 



Lieut. Hi 

Lieut. Wounded 3/5/ 1 8 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Capt. 

Lieut. ^ 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Major 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. Killed in action 14/9/16 

Capt. 

Capt. 

(R.A.F.) Killed in action zlsl 1 8 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Capt. 



>& Wounded 13/8/17 
Killed in action 14/5/17 



Hi 



Wounded 2/ '5/17 



9/1/19 



210 



ROYAL ENGINEERS. 



6089 STEVENS, L/Cpl. Roland Hongel 


... 1 1/ 2/16 Lieut. 




5550 SUGDEN, Wilfred Hart 


... 15/5/16 Lieut. 




7164 SYRETT, Reginald Moody ... 


2/6/16 Lieut. 




4741 TAMBLYN, Horace William ... 


... 19/11/15 Lieut. 


* Wotmded^iQJi^ 


7334 TRUMAN, EgertonDanford ... 


... 2o/ 3/16 Major 


ttl 


5884 WILSHIRE, Harold Bradley ... 


... 15/4/16 Lieut. 




3861 YATES, Joseph 


... 17/11/15 Lieut. 




767794 ALEXANDER, Claud 


... i8/ 1/19 




764602 ALLISON, George Henry 


... 8/9/17 Lieut. 


T.F, 


6552 ASH Sidney ... 


I4/ 1/17 Major. It) 


6453 BAKER, L/Cpl. Charles G. ... 


... i2/ 2/ir Lieut. 


760478 BALL, Harwood Thomas Stafford 


... 4 / 9/18 




761410 BATZER, Albert Edward 


... 3 o/ 3/18 




5333 BEACH, Thomas Stanley 


... 13/11/16 Lieut. 


7c'. 8/IO/I7 U) 


765647 BELL, James Hunter 


... 2/11/18 




767825 BERRY, Albert Edward 


... i6/ 8/18 




761615 BESTOW, Sydney Francis 


... 307 9/17 Lieut. 




7481 BEVERIDGE, David Alston ... 


... 1 1/ 2/17 Lieut. 




763653 BLAIR, Alexander 


... \il 3/17 Lieut. 




767329 BONN YM AN, George Alexander 


... 2 8/ 9/18 




767853 BRACE, Lewis 


... 21 1 8/18 




1062 BRITTENDEN, James Edward 


6/1 i/i 6 Lieut. 




768011 BROWN, Frederick 


... i4/ 2/19 




6305 BROWN, Philip 


9/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 




8002 BROWNE, Walter Stowell 


.. 2j/ 1/17 Lieut, 


B) 


768221 BROWNLIE, John 


... 9/ 2/19 




6096 BRUCE, Reginald 


... 6/11/16 Capt. 


F/D 


7199 BRUGES, John Parsons 


... 31/12/16 Lieut. 




768192 BRYAN, Robert 


... i8/ 1/19 




763148 BUCKNELL, Leonald Holcombe 


... 14/7/17 Lieut. 




764111 BUTCHER, Donald John 


... i4/ 9/18 




765651 CAMERON, John 


... i 3 / 7/18 Capt. 


O.B.E. 


5472 CARNELLEY, L/Cpl. Herbert 


6/1 i/i 6 Lieut, 


%* Wounded 16/10/18 


766426 CHARLES, Norman Henry ... 


... 2 3 / 2/l8 




3511 CHRISTLOW, Joseph Williams 


... 28/ 5/15 (From 


W. Yorks) Major 


5240 CHRISFIELD, Douglas Frederick 


i/i i/i 6 Lieut. 




7^7359 CONOLLY, Frederick George 


... i8/ 1/19 




766511 CONSTABLE, Alfred Bertie ... 


... 29/10/18 




760363 COOK, L/Cpl. William Saunders 


... 3 1/ 7/17 Lieut. 




6277 COUSINS, Harold Francis 


... i3/ 8/1 6 Lieut. 


London Elec. Engineers 


3386 Cox, William George 


1/10/16 Died 


22/9/18 


761724 CRYAN, Robert 


... i4/ 3/17 Lieut. 




762400 DALE, Frank Alfred ... 


... i8/ 1/19 




767826 DE LAPORTE, Antoine 


... i6/ 8/18 




768229 DIAMOND, Ivan John Anelly... 


... i8/ 1/19 




5991 DICKMAN, Henry Alderman... 


... 25/12/16 Lieut. 


>i< 


760585 DOLBEAR, Albert 


... 21 1 8/18 Wounded ~m\~ 



R.E. 



211 



7109 DRYLAND, Leslie George 


2 3/ 7/ r 6 Lieut. 


5338 ELKINGTON, Sgt. George Leonard ... 


4/10/16 Lieut. B3 


5683 ELLIS, Theodore Moorhouse 


i/ 1 1/ 1 6 Lieut. 


5250 FIELD, Joseph 


3/12/16 Lieut. 


767953 FRANKLIN, L/Cpl. Curtis 


i/ 2/19 


767924 FRANKLIN, Kellogg ... 


i/ 2/19 


2698 FRANKLIN- ADAMS, CSM Bernard I. ... 


io/ 1/17 Major. Ui 


765443 GERRANS, Harold Henry 


18/12/17 Lieut. 


767362 GIGGINS, Reginald Charles ... 


i8/ 1/19 


2 755 GILL, Sgt. Rowland Roy 


i5/ 7/1 6 Lieut. 


6988 GOODWIN, Cpl. Bernard Malcolm ... 


12 / 2/1 8 Lieut. 


/65975 GORDON, Andrew Howard ... 


15/12/17 Lieut. HI 


767467 GREEN, Angus Llewellyn 


2/11/18 


6000 GREENWOOD, Charles 


13/11/16 Lieut. 1$) 


5313 GURTON, Sgt. William Henry 


i/i i/i 6 Lieut. 


5760 HARDIE, Norman 


6/1 1/ 1 6 Lieut. Wounded -/ '2 /ij 


767895 HARDING, Percy Hugo 


2/11/18 


6312 HARDMAN, L/Cpl. William F. Kerr... 


9/ 9/1 6 Lieut. ^ Died of wounds 28/10/17 


766186 HARGER, Edwin Oscar 


22/12/17 Lieut. Died of wounds 23/9/18 


767711 HARRIS, Augustus Alfred 


i9/ 5/i8 


2699 HANBURY, Sgt. Frederick Capel 


24/ 9/1 6 Capt. 


763333 HAND, Ernest Francis 


28 / 7/17 Lieut. 


764935 HANDFORD, Sydney ... 


3 1/ 8/17 Lieut. 


7113 H ANTON, Peter Kydd 


2 3/ 7/*6 Lieut. 


1839 HARTOPP, Cpl. Chas. Wm. Everard C. 


277 4/15 Capt. T$L 


8081 HARVEY, William Sidney 


i4/ 1/17 Wounded 24/1/18 


5443 HATFIELD, Samuel .. 


3/12/16 Lieut. 


3209 HAWTREY, Ralph 


21 / 4/15 Killed in action 3/9/16 


765501 HICKS, Stanley Vyvian 


15/12/17 Lieut. 


768230 HINSHALWOOD, Robert Kirkland ... 


9/ 2/ J 9 


763035 HOLDEN, William Clifford ... 


28 / 7/17 Lieut. 


768196 HOUSTON, Thomas ... 


IS/ 1/19 


6979 HOWKINS, Francis 


3i/ 3/16 Lieut. Wounded 22/5/18 


6154 HUDSON, Thomas 


i/i i/ 1 6 Lieut. 


1534 HUGHES, Thomas Harold ... 


i8/ 3/15 Capt. 


766894 INGRAM. John Thornton 


12/10/18 


766838 IRWIN, Reginald Wosley 


27 / 8/18 


764991 JACK, James Frederick Semple 


27/10/17 Lieut. Wounded 15/8/18 


901 JAQUES, Sgt. Thomas Arnold 


3/12/16 Lieut. 


766306 JENKINS, Gilbert Ramsden ... 


5/ 2/1 8 Lieut. 


762504 JENKINS, Harold John Blewitt 


28/ 7/17 Lieut. 


765553 JENNINGS, James 


2 3 / 2/18 


6450 JONES, Frank Cuthbert 


I9/ 8/1 6 Lieut. 


762486 KEMP, George 


I 3l 3/'7 Lieut. 


761218 KENYON, Reginald ... 


ip/ 1/17 Lieut. 


6517 LANGFORD, L/Cpl. Thomas Henry ... 


I4/ 1/17 Lieut. 


2708 LOMAX, Cpl. Gordon Charles 


28/ 4/1 6 Lieut. 


767828 MACDONALD, Charles Alex. ... 


i6/ 8/18 



212 



ROYAL ENGINEERS. 



767505 MACKENDRICK, Bruce 

6386 MACKAY, Cpl. Donald John Everall 

767438 MALAN, James Garfield Montague ... 

2 757 MANSFIELD, Francis Turguand 

7274 MAYER, Julius Joseph 

6436 McKiM, William Rowand ,.. 

6113 MEDLAND, James Edward Percy 

762760 MIDGLEY, Thomas Herbert ... 

5318 MILLS, Walter Vernon 

767509 Mix, Archibald Eugene 

760511 MOKLER, L/Cpl. Leonard Walter ... 

6519 MOORE, Leslie Thomas 

6464 MORROW, Frederick 

768098 MOTTERSHEAD, Robert Fallows 

6175 MOZLEY, Frederick William 

449 MULLENS, Geoffrey Thomas 

8242 NEWCOMBE, John Carr 

767693 NICOL, Ray Thomas ... 

5862 NOBLE, James Morton 

767511 NOTT, Gordon E 

764906 OWEN, Basil Cowley 

6020 OWENS, Jack 

4399 PAPWORTH, Cpl. Alfred Wyatt 

8180 PEACOCK, Charles Richard ... 

761707 PENDEREL-BRODHURST, Sgt. B. R. ... 

2724 PEPPER, Sgt. Alwyn Tayton... 

767514 PETRY, Allan McNab 
6272 POWELL, Wallace Gerald 

766802 PURSEY, Herbert Stanley 

765404 QUAIL, Henry Charles 

2018 RANDELL, Donald Murray ... 

6742 REAH, Herbert William 

5925 REASIDE, L/Cpl. David 

5635 RICCOMINI, James Arthur 

767515 RICHARDSON, Charles Albert 
768235 RICHARDSON, James Eugene 
767450 RISSIK, Gerard Hendrick 

7926 ROBERTSHAW, William Lancelot 

761933 ROBIN, Sgt. Charles Collas 

767389 SCHOFIELD, Harold 

5602 SHINER, Lawrence Alexander David 

767639 SILLEY, Henry Arthur John 

764911 SIMSON, John Hedley ' 

5874 SMITH, Eric Bertram 

2023 SOMERSET, James Herbert ... 

766398 SOUL, Charles Frederick 

766454 STAMP, Laurence Dudley 

765904 STEVENS, Alexander... 



2/6/18 Wounded 20 /n/ '18 

22/ 9/17 Capt. * 

3/ 7/i8 

14/11/14 (From $JR. W. Kent) Lieut. *& 

2 1/ 8/1 6 Lieut. 

i7/ 7/1 6 Lieut. 

5/ 9/1 6 Killed in action 23/3/18 

5/5/17 Lieut. * 

1 1/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 

2/ 6/18 

i9/ 5/ J 7 Lieut. 

6/11/16 Lieut. * 

1 1/ 9/1 6 Lieut. *R Wounded 6/4/18 



6/11/16 

26/ 5/i7 
25/12/16 
27 / 8/18 

6/11/16 
3 i/ 9/18 
2 8/ 4/17 

'4/ i/'7 
i9/ 8/16 

1/11/16 
2 8/ 7/17 

1/11/16 

2 / 6/1 8 
13/11/16 

8/ 9/i7 
3/ 6/17 
22/12/18 
1 1/ 2/17 
n/ 2/17 
13/11/16 

2 1 6/1 8 

9/ 



Lieut. 

Capt. (Inspector of Works) 

Lieut. Killed in action 21/3/18 

Capt. ISl 

Lieut. 

Lieut. Wounded 3/1/18 

Killed in action 2/4/17 

Lieut. 

Killed in action 1/10/18 

Capt. Died 6/11/18 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Killed in action 18/2/18 

Lieut. U3 

Lieut. >& 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 



1 1 / 2/17 Lieut. Won tided 9/4/18 

i3/ 5/1 8 Special List 

9/ 2/19 

4/10/16 Lieut. 

5/10/18 

17/11/17 Lieut, w. -/4/i8, 22/9/18 UK 2) 

29/ 1/17 Lieut. 

157 8/15 Lieut. 

9/ 2/i9 



4/ 



R.E. (I/W/T). 



2I 3 



8325 STEVENS, Paul Laval 


25/12/16 Lieut. 




6031 STEWARD, Donald Henry 


2g/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 




5812 STILGOE, Nathaniel Gordon 


i6/ 4/17 Lieut. 




761288 STRONNOR, Randolph Cecil 


2$l 2/17 Lieut. Wounded 


10/9/17 


764802 SUMMERS, Albert Robinson 


17/11/17 




765967 SWAN, Thomas Aikman 


24/ 1/17 Lieut. 




765521 TALBOT, Leonard Henri 


2 3 / 2/18 




764540 TAYLOR, Charles Allison 


2/10/17 




767069 TEATHER, Reginald Herbert 


2/ 6/18 




6367 THOMAS, Cpl. Percy E 


4/10/16 Capt. O.B.E. 3U 




6321 THOMASSON, Wilfred Joseph Mate ... 


i4/ 1/17 Capt. 




768079 THOMSON, Alexander Ralph 


2/11/18 




5557 TINNISWOOD, L/Cpl. Alfred 


1 1/ 2/17 Killed in action 1/10/18 


768002 TOCQUE, Frederick Arthur Charles ... 


i8/ 1/19 




2767 TOOTHILL, John Cedric Penman ... 


28/ 9/1 8 




766035 TRAFFORD, Francis Noel 


2 3 / 2/1 8 




7901 TRERY, Norman Horace 


I4/ 1/17 Lieut. %} 




3462 VERNHAM, James Rene 


1/10/16 Lieut. 




767520 WARD, Arthur Lanceley 


3V 8/18 




768006 WARDLOW-RAMSEY, Ernest ... 


2/11/18 




763867 WARNER, Thomas Henry 


28/ 7/17 




5607 WARREN, L/Cpl. Henry George 


19/11/16 Lieut. 




760135 WATSON, Sgt. Douglas John 


i8/ 1/19 Wounded 30/10/17 


760436 WELCH, Herbert Archibald 


17/11/17 




6777 WELCH, John Francis Warlow 


22/10/16 Lieut. 




760235 WHITBY, Sgt. Charles 


29/11/17 




6205 WHITE, George Frederick ... 


6/11/16 Lieut. 




6506 WILLIAMS, Harold ... 


i 3 / 8/1 6 Lieut. 




5302 WILLIAMS, Llewellyn Ebenezer 


3/12/16 Major. Wounded 


29/1/18 m 


767733 WILLIAMS, Rhys 


i8/ 1/19 




762873 WILLIAMS, Sgt. Thomas 


ig/ 5/18 




7031 WILLMOT, L/Cpl. Edmund Charles ... 


13/11/16 Liettt. 




761664 YOUNG, Beverley 


i7/ 7/18 




6688 YOUNG, William Cecil 


1 1/ 2/17 Lieut. 




Inland Water 


Transport. 




764969 ABLITT, Cpl. Henry 


i/ 8/17 




765984 ALLEN, John Gordon 


31/10/17 




761742 ATKINSON, Clifford Garnett ... 


2 6/ 3/17 




762443 AVELING, Norman Harford ... 


i/ 6/18 




766297 BENNETT, Gordon Charles ... 


15/10/17 




4688 BESSANT, Sgt. Hubert Walter 


i8/ 9/1 6 Capt. 




8309 BEVAN, Thomas William 


i/ 2/17 Staff-Capt. Died 


22/10/18 


765833 BURNS, David Brunei 


14/10/17 




763772 CLARKE, Stanislaus Eustace 


27/ 4/17 




765836 DAVIES, Henry 


31/10/17 




766098 DEWEY, Leonard 


15/10/17 





2I 4 



ROYAL ENGINEERS. 



7809 


FABLING, Harold William ... 


i8/ 9/1 6 Lieut. HI 


8065 


FARMBOROUGH, James Cooper 


i8/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 


761399 


FORD, Leonard Charles 


22/ 2/l8 


678319 


GLANEY, Sidney Archibald ... 


6/II/I8 


793 


GLINISTER, Albert Colenso 


i8/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 


764058 


GLUCKSTEIN, Montague 


197 3/17 Lieut. 


2214 


HASLEHUST, CSM Guy Bartlett 


i8/ 9/1 6 Capt. 


939 


HERTSLET, Henry Reginald Edward 


i2/ 1/17 Lieut, 


763973 


HORSBURGH, Leonard Gordon 


26 / 3/17 Lieut. 


7882 


JOHNSON, Charles 


i8/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 


766194 


LE MAISTRE, Frederick Wyatt 


i5/ 8/17 


766026 


LEWIS, Gerald 


14/10/17 


7399 


LIVOCK, Ralph Payne 


i8/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 


766720 


LONG, Frederick William 


'5/ 1/18 


762336 


MACINTOSH, John Macausland 


23/ 4/17 Lieut. 


766700 


MEAD, James Robins 


IS/ 1/18 


765561 


MILLER, Thomas Sidney 


14/10/17 H) 


2267 


MILLS, Henry Graham Hunt 


12/11/16 Lieiit, 


7868 


MISICK, Frederick Clark 


i8/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 


762459 


NEWBY, Frederick Wales 


I 5/ 6/17 Lieut. 


765601 


PITCHER, Horace Bedford ... 


S/ 8/17 


5795 


PRICE, Benjamin Percival ... 


i8/ 9/1 6 Lieut. HI 


2602 


SWINNEY, Sgt. Leslie Alfred Edward 


10/10/16 Major. 


4871 


WALKER, Sgt. Dunstan Massey Joseph 


i8/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 


3686 


WATT, Sgt. Joseph James 


18/12/16 Lieut. 


1363 


WHITE, RSMJBruce Gordon 


4J 9/1 6 Major. M B.E. HI 


1 7598 


YOUNG, Charles Octavius 


i8/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 



Special Reserve. 



Royal Monmouthshire. 
734 MOORE, Harold Edward 
2607 SIMEON, Cornwall Barrington 
1469 SMITH, Arthur Douglas Noel 

Motor Cyclist Section. 
329 SCRUTTON, Cpl. John Austin 
766313 PALMER, Philip Somerset 



5/ 8/14 Capt. D.S.O. 
13/10/14 Capt. HI 
3 / 2/15 Capt. 



... I2/ i/i 5 Lieut. & 

... 3/ 



ATTACHED R.E. FOR ARMY SIGNAL SERVICE. 

Lieut. FAIRTLOUGH, Gerrard Howard 

1997 STANESBY, Reginald William J. 



Capt. 1 1 Artists (3 j Cavalry J}iv.) 

^< Died of wounds 13/6/18 HI 
(From 9 1 York & Lanes.) 



R.E. (T.F.) 



215 



Territorial Force. 



DIVISIONAL ENGINEERS. 
East Anglian Division. 

3767 CARDELL, Joseph Edmond ... ... 2o/ 7/15 Lieut. Jfi 

1787 FIELDING, Walter Harrison i7/ 9/14 Capt. O.B.E. IK 



Highland Division. 
3273 DOYLE, Algernon Gordon ... 

East Lancashire Division. 
3695 LEES, Geoffrey 

West Lancashire Division. 

598 THORNE, Sgt. Alfred John P. 

First London Division. 
4041 ADAMS, William Baddeley ... 
3950 PENNING, Robert William ... 

599 THORNE, Sgt. Philip Howard 

Second London Division. 

2559 BRACHI, Maurice 

2164 CURTIS, Harold Thomas 

1897 DUNNAGE, Gerald Eckett 

2275 LEGG, L/Cpl. Will 

2046 HILLYER, William Harold ... 

3056 KNUTH, L/Cpl. Christopher H. L. 

South Midland Division. 
2298 BESSANT, John Archibald 
2092 WILSON, Denis Medland 

765612 BRAMALL, Denys Henry 

2485 CLAPTON, William Thomas ... 

763060 FOSTER, Henry Oswald 

761924 GARTH, Horace Richard 

761143 HILL, George Finlay Burd ... 

761260 LANT, Arthur Edward 

763069 LAURIE, Alexander Mackray 

765357 MILLER, William Harold 

764904 MUIR, Robert George 

764253 PERKINS, Joseph 

7644 ROBERTS, Haydn Parke 

764564 ROBINSON, Alfred Keon 

764116 WRIGLEY, Percy Bernard 



21 / 3/15 Lieut. 



6/ 8/15 Lieut. 



1 1/ 3/15 Lieut. 



w. 26/4/18 HI 



20/12/15 w. 18/2/18 
i5/ i/i 6 Lieut. 

15/12/14 Capt. %< w. (Dardanelles) - 1 9 1 1$, 
30/11/17 TO (2) 



i8/ 2/15 Lieut. * J 

27/ 2/15 Capt. 
9/ 6/15 Lieut, w. 19/10/17 
6/ 6/15 w. & PIW 10/9/18 

3o/ 9/14 Capt. * w. 15/5/15 

10/10/15 Lieut. 



22/5/1 6 Bl 



io/ 9/15 Lieut. 
io/ 9/15 Lieut. 

Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut, 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 



Prisoner of war -/ 1 2/ 1 5 



2 o/ 4/15 
i6/ 6/17 

i/ 4/i7 

V 4/17 
I/ 4/17 

i7/ 7/17 
i/ 4/i7 
8/ 9/i7 

i7/ 7/17 
6/ 7/16 

i?/ 7/i7 
I7/ 7/17 



Midland} 
(i I London) 
(Home Counties) 
( Wessex) 

( Northumberland) 
(Northumberland) 
(2 1 London} 
(North Midland) 
(East Lanes} 
(2 1 London) 
(South Midland) 
(zILondon} PI W 15/6/18 
(2 1 'London) XjA 23/3/18 



2l6 



ROYAL ENGINEERS. 



FORTRESS ENGINEERS. 
Cinque Ports. 
2024 ATKIN-BERRY, Henry Gordon 

Cornwall. 
3423 GORDON, Ernest 

Devon. 
1715 DONE, John Paul Cussons ... 



6067 KINGDON, Roger 

Hampshire. 

2183 BEVIS, Douglas Arthur 
2560 DAVIES, Tudor Yuab 
2770 HENDRY, Harry Duncan 
2180 SMITH, Walter Austen Neumann 

Kent. 
4638 BLANC, L/Cpl. Louis David 

East Riding. 
6212 WEST, Kenneth 



.. 12 / 6/15 Lieut. 
.. 2S/ 6/15 Lieut. 



20/ 6/15 Lieut. 
8/ 8/1 6 Lieut. 



9/12/14 Lieut. 
27 / 6/15 Lieut. >fr 
27 1 6/15 Wounded -/6/i6 
27/ 6/15 Lieut. 



6/11/15 



28/ 7/1 6 ZzVw/. 



ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS. 
London. 

876 BLACKIE, Alfred 28/ 4/15 4! Co. Lieut. 

5942 BURTON, Robert Griffiths ... ... 27/ 3/16 Lieut. 

1487 ENGELBACH, Reginald ... ... 23/ 1/15 Capt. 

Tyne. 
5275 MURRAY, John Bernard 28/ 1/16 Lieut. 



Staff for R.E. Services. 

Temporary Inspectors of Works. 

2552 MURRELL, Harold Franklin ... io/ 2/15 Hon. Capt. 
3093 NICHOLLS, William 257 2/15 Capt. 



FOOT GUARDS. 



21' 



GRENADIER GUARDS. 



2nd Lieut. 

1076 CRISP, Cpl. Francis Edward Fitzjohn 15/12/14 / 

1186 MOLLER, Arthur Appleby 15/12/14 I 

3604 ARBUTHNOTT, John ... ... ... i6/ 1/16 

1413 CORNISH, George Mervyn ... ... i6/ 1/16 

6167 COTTLE, Walter Edward Worsdale ... i6/ 1/16 

4522 FLOWER, Cpl. Alfred Chegwin ... 4/1/16 

2339 HARVEY, Douglas ... ... ... i6/ 1/16 

4732 McNiELL, L/Cpl. John Douglas ... 13! 1/16 

6179 SIM, Lancelot George Earle ... ... aa/ 1/16 

3192 THRUPP, Cpl. Maurice ... ... i$j 1/16 

3583 WEST, L/Cpl. Richard Goy 22/ 2/16 

764624 ALLEN, Dudley Attwood Kingdon ... 30/10/17 

767280 ANDERSON, Cyril Alfred 28/ 8/18 

7141 AYLES, Francis Powell ... ...22/1/17 

760775 BALL, Sgt. William Bruce ... ... 3o/ 5/17 

764475 BATCHELOR, Luke Harold ... ... 3o/ 5/17 

762264 BIDVVELL, Thomas Edward Palmer ... 31 / 7/17 

7780 BORTHWICK, Hon. Algernon Malcolm 24/ 8/16 
6919 BURT, George Crickmay ... ... 24/ 8/16 

7781 CARRINGTON, Charles Worrell ... 24/ 8/16 

7339 ELLIOTT, Arthur Godfrey 13/7/16 

7755 ENNOR, Frank Harvey ... ... 29/11/16 

765539 FITCH, Conrad Arthur ... ... 31/10/17 

8566 FLEET, William Alexander ... ... 19/1/17 

765715 GILLETT, Hugh Vernon 3O/ 1/18 

7592 GREEN, George Richard ... ... 24! 8/16 

7201 GREENHILL, Frederick William Ridge a6/ 8/16 

768165 HAWKSLEY, Thomas Edwin ... ... i6/ 3/19 

7776 HOLLINS, Cecil Braithwaite ... ... 6/9/16 

6588 JACKS, Roderick Newton 6/ 9/16 

4829 KING, Eric George Lauder 9/1/16 

2701 KNIGHT, Sgt. Donald John ... ... 16/11/16 

762364 LANGLEY, Francis Jasper ... ... 1/5/17 

766441 MORTIMORE, Eustace Alick ... ... 27/3/18 

7456 OGLE, L/Cpl. Henry Robert ... 6/9/16 

2276 PAGET-COOKE, L/Cpl. Oliver Daynell is/ 4/15 

8257 PEMBROKE, William Alfred ... ...19/1/17 

6673 ROLFE, Raymond Harold ... 6/ 9/16 

7778 ROPER, William Horace Stanley ... 6/ 9/16 

7786 SMITH, Thomas ... ... 24/ 8/16 

7403 SUTTON, Kenneth Herbert Mackay... i8/ 8/16 

2156 TATE, Eric Dean ... ... ... 16/11/16 

768796 TAYLOR, Harold St. George... ... io/ 3/19 

Capt. TETLEY, John Charles Dodsworth ... 11/10/16 

7075 WALL, Richard Bernard St. Quinton 6/ 9/16 

6507 WRIXON, Maurice Percival Bentley... *4/ 8/16 



Killed in action 5/1/15 



Lieut. Died of wounds 15/9/16 
^ Wounded - 1 <)l 16 
(To M/G Gds.) KjA 31/7/17 
Lieut. Killed in action 2 5/9/16 
Wounded -Igfi6 K\A 27/3/18 
Lieut. 

Killed in action 14/9/16 
Killed in action 31/7/17 
Lieut. ' iv. 18/9/17, 10/9/18 



Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 

Lieut. Wounded 25/9/17 
Lieut. Wounded & PJ W 2/$/ 1 8 
Capt. D.S.O. w. 15/4/18 Hi 
Lieut. %f w. 11/8/17, 2 3/9/*8 
Lieut. Wounded 29/3/18 
Wounded 14/5/18 
Killed in action 18/5/18 



fc Wounded 2/5/18 
Killed in action 10/10/17 

Lieut. Wounded 13/12/17 

Lieut. 

Killed in action 22/7/17 

Lieut. 

Killed in action 27/8/18 

Lieut. Wounded 11/8/17 
Lieut. Wounded 11/5/18 

Killed in action 23/4/18 
Died of wounds 11/10/17 
Lieut. 

Lieut. Wounded 13/8/17 
Wounded 13/4/18 



Capt. Killed in action 9/10/17 

Lieut. 

Lieut, tfc Wounded ^1^1 \^ 



218 



COLDSTREAM GUARDS. 



2nd Lieut. 

2nd Lt. FURZE, Gordon 23/ 4/15 

KELSEY, Leigh Bentall ... ... 22/ 5/15 

PERRY, Gordon MacKintosh ... zgj 4/15 

3756 BULTEEL, Walter Gordon ... ... 3o/ 6/15 

1274 CLIFTON, Edward Noel ... ... 1/1/15 

1265 CLIFTON, Harold Norton ... ... 1/1/15 

2740 FILDES, Geoffrey Philip ... ... 29/3/15 

3087 HOBLYN, Sgt. Walter Frederick ... 3o/ 6/15 

3619 KIRK, Cpl. Arthur Wilson ... ... 3o/ 6/15 

1627 SPENCER, Thomas Dever ... ... i3/ 3/15 

3581 SPINNEY, Cpl. Ronald Henry ... 3o/ 6/15 

Capt. SELFE, Arthur E. Ferrour ... ...20/4/16 

4170 ATKINSON, L/Cpl. William 29/10/15 

4172 BERKELEY, Christopher 29/10/15 

4035 FORRESTER, L/Cpl. Joseph 22/10/15 

4182 GRISSELL, Francis / ... 29/10/15 

4203 KIMBERLEY, Harold Crane 22/10/15 

3642 KING, Mark 3i/ 5/16 

4061 LAING, L/Cpl. Ivan 22/10/15 

5770 LAING, L/Cpl. Walter 2/6/16 

4094 MACHIN, Norman Frederick ... 22/10/15 

3909 MAITLAND-EDWARDS, R. Sheridan ... 16/11/15 

4062 MONTGOMERY, Norman Stevenson ... 22/10/15 
2462 NEWLAND, Cpl. Arthur Mansfield ... 19/11/15 
5212 ORR, Charles Wilfred Leslie ... 29) 2/16 

1678 OvERTON-JoNES, Edward 6/12/15 

3397 PITCHER, Sgt. Walter H. Blythe ... 1/11/15 

4208 TRELOAR, L/Cpl. George Devine ... 20/10/15 

4050 WARMINGTON, Stanley James ... 20/10/15 

5645 BALL, Samuel Harper 3i/ 5/16 

5051 COLMAN, Charles Wyndham Tawell 3i/ 5/16 

4774 JACKS, Walter George Cyril 3i/ 5/16 

4998 NICHOLS, William Alfred 31 / 5/16 

6237 SMITH, Geoffrey Hubert 3i/ 5/16 

7747 BALFOUR, Cramond George Clarke... 29/11/16 

5647 BARLOW, Hyla Mortimer Durant ... i4/ 8/16 

7779 BAYZAND, Geoffrey 14/8/16 

7857 BOYCOTT, Harold Charlton 14/8/16 

8127 BRENCHLEY, John io/ 8/16 

761424 BURN, Sgt. Thomas Christopher ... 27/ 2/18 

7842 CORDINGLEY, Thomas Rushton ... 20/12/16 

7848 CRESSWELL, George James Richard 14/12/16 

8159 EVANS, William 29/11/16 

767220 HARRISON, Cpl. Alban Christopher .. 3/2/19 

7760 HANSON, James 14/8/16 



4 Capt. * To Staff 
Lieut. (2o M\G Gds.) 
Lieut.(ToM\G Gds.)w. 1 1/9/18 Bl 

I Capt. (Commdg. T.M.B.) 

i Capt. (To R.A.F.) w. 25/1/15 

1 Died of wounds 1/2/15 

5 Lieut. 

4 Died of wounds 1/10/15 

j Lieut, w. (Hulluck) 9/10/15 

5 Capt. 

2 Lieut. 
Capt. 

5 Capt. 



Died of wounds 2/7/16 

* w. 31/7/17, 27/11/17 

Wounded 10/4/18 Bl 



(R.A.F.) Acc\Killed 30/1/19 



Killed in action 15/9/16 

Lieut. 

Lieut. D.S.O. w. 20/4/18 Bl 

>J< Killed in action 30/11/17 

Lieut. 

Capt. * 

Lieut. 

Killed in action 17/6/16 

Lieut. J* Wounded 11/12/17 

^ Wounded 6/9/17 
* Wounded 15/12/17 

Major D.S.O. ^ HI 

Lieut. 

Lieut. (To M/G Gds.) 
(To R.A.F.} Pilot Officer 
Lieut. (To R.A.S.C.) 
Lieut. (To Ml G Gds.} 
Capt. & Missing, believed killed, 
16/10/18 



Wounded 21/5/18, 11/9/18 
Gz/V. $<)& Wounded 12/4/18 
Z/<?/. Died of wounds 21/3/18 
^ Killed in action 12/10/17 



Lieut. 

Lieut. Wounded 12/5/18 

Z/Vtf/. w. 11/8/17, 14/3/18 

Lieut. 



COLDSTREAM GUARDS. 



2lg 



HEATH, Gerard Bower ... ... 1/5/17 

HENEY, John Henry Waldo... ... 28/11/17 

INMAN, John James Thomas ... 3i/ 7/17 

JACKSON, William ... ... ... 26/ 6/17 

MERRIMAN, Edward Claude B. ... iy/ 1/17 

MILLAR, Laurence Peel ... ... 5/ 2/19 

MILLER, Stanley Joseph Hopkins ... 26/ 6/17 

MOSLEY, Eric Bond ... ... ... 31; 7/17 

NORTON, Robert Holland ... ... i4/ 8/16 

PINDER, Arthur Gladstone ... .. i4/ 8/16 

SMITH,' William Henry ... ... 2<5/ 6/18 

STOPS, John Faulkner ... ... i4/ 8/16 

TALBOT, Joseph Herbert George ... 27/ 3/18 

TASKER, Edward Clough ... ... 26/ 6/17 

TYLER, Leith ... ... ... 20/12/16 

VINCENT, Charles Issam Francis ... i/ 5/17 

WILLMER, Sgt. Charles Henry ... i4/ 8/16 

WILSON, Frederick William ... ... 1/5/17 

WOODBURY, Edward Berkley Cherlton i8/ 9/16 



2 Died of Wounds 22/5/18 



Wounded 26/8/18 
Wounded 2/5/18 



Wounded 3/4/18, 24/10/18 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Killed in action 16/10/18 

Lieut. 

Wounded 11/10/18 



SCOTS GUARDS. 



1270 METHUEN, Hon. Anthony Paul 



1225 THOMPSON, Arnold John 

1406 THOMPSON, John Cecil Caster 

1419 WELD, Hugh Edward 

6431 ADAMS-ACTON, Gladstone Murray ... 

760871 ANDREWS, Robert Collingwood 

765882 HOPE, Henry John 

8132 IVENS, Francis Burdett 

765683 KAY, Tom Kilbourne 

768028 LODGE, Douglas Rimington ... 

7721 MILNE, L/Cpl. John Archibald Dickie 

768184 PAGE, Philip Price 

6437 POCOCK, George Clifford 

762811 ROBINSON, Donald Lorraine 

765870 WALLIS, George Peter Dudley 



2nd Lieut. 

I5/ 8/14 I Major D.S.O. & Bde.-Major 
A.D.C. OM 1/5/15 M(3) 
i/ 1/15 I Lieut, & Adjt. 1JJ 
i/ 1/15 I Lieut. Killed in action 25/1/15 
i/ 1/15 i Killed in action 25/1/15 



Lieut. 

Wounded 13/12/17 
Wounded 10/9/18 Hi 



24/ 8/1 6 

3/ 5/17 
31/10/17 

29/11/16 

28/11/17 

3/ 3/i9 

24/ 8/1 6 z Killed in action 12/10/17 
/ / lit 

TO/ 3/19 

5/10/16 Capt. Wounded 14/6/18 
29/ 4/17 Lieut. 
28/11/17 Wounded 19/6/18 



220 



IRISH GUARDS. 





2nd Lieut. 




3629 MUNRO, Ronald George 


/ 7/15 


{From London Irish] ^ 






w. 8/1/16 D\ Wig/g/i 6 


5393 BLACK, James 


3<V 5/ 16 


Capt. & 


4422 HAMILTON, Charles Robert 


3/ 5/ 16 


Lieut. 


8223 ANDERSON, Eric Edwin 


28/11/16 


Lieut. >fr 


765883 BAGGALLAY, Frank Christopher 


2 4 / 4/18 




766508 BURKE, Frederick William 


agf 4/18 




8044 DOWLER, Edgar Hastings 


29/11/16 


Lieut. Wounded 24/10/17 


8283 FANSHAWE, Harvey Vernon 


28/11/16 i 


Died of wounds 9/10/17 


766252 HEDGECOCK, Arthur Thomas 


ag/ 5/18 




7350 KANE, Justin John ... 


i8/ 8/16 


Wounded 20/9/17 


767660 LAWLESS, Arthur Percy 


3i/ 2/19 




8271 LOFTING, Hugh John 


2 5/ V 1 ? 




7540 MACGRATH, Michael Reginald 


i8/ 8/16 


Lieut. 


2437 NICHOLSON, Cecil Alfred John 


9/12/14 


Lieut. u>. 28/4/17, 11/5/18 


7547 PARK, Ronald Hubert Mungo 


i8/ 8/1 6 


Lieut. %$ 


763310 PULLEYN, James 


28/11/17 




767090 SYMINGTON, Percy Kinnear 


ag/ 5/18 




766501 TAYLOR, Arthur Edward 


2 7 / 3/18 




762363 TOOLEY, Francis William 


30/10/17 




7 794 VAN DER NOOT, L/Cpl. Harold Edward 


29/11/16 


Wounded 15/8/17, 15/12/17 


7758 WELLS, Alfred Langton 


29/11/16 i 


Killed in action 9/10/17 


767036 WOODBRIDGE, Douglas Sydney 


aS/ 8/18 




WELSH GUARDS. 




2nd Lieut. 




8346 BANESS, Horace Edward 


30/12/16 




761668 BOWYER, Cpl. Claude Tadman 


3/ 5/ 1 ? 


Wounded 20/12/17 


7893 BYRNE, Thomas Edmund 


29/11/16 i 


Killed in action 9/3/18 


762556 DAVIES, Charles Ernest 


31/10/17 


Wounded 31/5/18 


762364 DAVIES, Daniel Alexander ... 


17/10/16 




764425 DAVIES, Derek Ben 


3i/ 7/17 


* 


763818 DAVIES, Evan Jones 


26/ 6/17 i 


Killed in action 28/3/18 


766598 GREEN ACRE, Walter Douglas Campbell 


26/ 6/18 




766072 HAWKSLEY, Ernest Bourchier 


3o/ 1/18 




766253 HOFFGARD, Gustav Adolph 


3i/ 7/18 




8098 JENKINS, John Charles 


20/12/16 




7655 JONES, Reginald Rees 


20/12/16 


D.S.O. Z>/JT 25/8/17 Hi 


7942 MANLEY, Gerald David 


20/12/16 




761169 WALTERS, Sgt. Ivor Gwynne 


ag/ 5/18 




761210 WALTERS, Sgt. Thomas Glyn 


ag/ 5/18 




7 6 5375 WATSON, Thomas Browning 


3 o/ 1/18 




765610 WHARTON, Arthur 


29 / 5/18 





INFANTRY. 221 

In alphabetical order. 



THE ARGYLL & SUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS. 



Regular Battalion* (Nos. 1 & 2). 

2nd Lieut. 

2541 GUNN, Malcolm Roy 9/ 5/15 I 

5191 SCOTT, John Lennox ... ... 9/10/16 / 

Special Reserve Battalions (Nos. 3 & 4). 

763128 KIDD, Robert John ... ... 26/4/17 4 

765709 WATSON, Guy Fraser Tennant ... 18/12/17 3 Wounded 23/9/18 

Territorial Battalions (Nos. 5 to 9). 

5763 HUGHES, Andrew ... ... ... i/ 6/16 8 

766503 ADAM, William ... ... ... io/ 9/18 j 

765444 GORDON, James Edgar ... ... 28/11/17 y 

5656 HISLOP, David Hall ... ... 6/ 9/16 j- Wounded 29/9/16 

763729 HURRELL, Lionel Hubert Murray ... 26/4/17 <5 

5447 KINNEAR, George Alexander ... 20/12/16 <? 

4550 McCALL, Ernest Bryson 6/ 1/16 <? Z/V//A 

7816 SINCLAIR, Eric Russell 25/10/16 7 * w. 3/10/17 A/^4 13/10/18 

765048 SINCLAIR, John 28/11/17 <? 

6562 WHITAKER, Foster ... ... ... 267 9/16 5 Died of wounds 3/5/17 

765749 WILSON, James Blackburn 247 5/18 7 

Service Battalions (New Armies). 

2943 PEGG, Harvey George 2/ 1/15 ij Capt. Adjutant 

768010 BOYLE, David Henry ... ... 4/ 3/19 

6211 DIXON, John George ... ... 5/ 9/16 Lieut. 

767028 HAMILTON, James Alexander ... 4/ 2/19 

767833 HARWOOD, George William ... 28/ 3/19 

763160 KINNEAR, Alexander 26 j 4/17 14 Wounded 13/4/18 

766800 KIRKPATRICK, John ... ... 5/ 3/19 

768174 MILLER, Joseph ... ... ... i8/ 3/19 

767165 WILSON, Charles Clunie ... ... 5/2/19 

* Title changed (ist Januarv, 1921) to " The Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise's)." 



THE BEDFORDSHIRE & HERTFORDSHIRE REGIMENT. 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2 . 



16th Foot. 



2nd Lieut. 

1394 BALLARD, Robert Francis Cooper ... 28/11/15 

1033 DE BURIATTE, L/Cpl. Harold ... 15/12/14 

1841 BEAL, Leonard Frank ... ... 20 / 3/15 

1842 BOYS, Richard Harvey ... ... 17/3/15 

1260 BREWER, Charles Herbert ... ... 15/12/14 

1929 DABELL, Norman Victor ... ... 15/12/14 

1599 D'AviGDOR, Gerald Henry io/ 7/15 

1549 GEORGE, Walter Hope ... ... 3/3/15 

2605 GIBSON, Robert Bowness ... ... 1/11/14 

2261 HOBBS, Wilfred io/ 7/15 

1949 HUNTER, Charles James ... ... io/ 7/15 

1415 JUNGUIS, Ernest James Theodore ... 3o/ 4/16 

1434 KELLIE, Esmond Lawrence ... ... i/ 1/15 

1604 KIRCH, Charles Sidney ... ... i/ 1/15 

1322 LARDNER, Reginald Seymour ... 2o/ 3/15 

1449 OLDFIELD, Reginald Theodore ... i5/ 8/15 

1036 RAMSAY, Weston ... ... ... 2o/ 3/15 

1608 STEPHENSON, Kenneth Langton ... i5/ 8/15 

1431 STONIER, William John ... ... 3/ 3/15 

1030 WILLANS, Harry ... ... ... 15/12/14 

764291 CORNELIUS, Herbert Walter... ... i/ 8/17 

760071 DALTON, John . . ... ... 23/ 3/17 

6007 HUNTER, Robert Moore ... ... 18/3/17 

763456 LAUGHTON, Joseph Thornton ... 26 f 4/17 



Lieut. 



Killed in action 30/7/16 
Capt. Wounded 15/8/18 
Major >& Wounded 16/5/16 
Wounded i6f$li$ KjA 13/11/16 
Lieut. Wounded 1 7/6/ 1 5 
Lieut. Staff 
Lieut. 
Major Wounded 3/7 /is Bl (2) 

(2) (From 5 /S. Staffs.) B5 

2 Capt. & Wounded B! 

2 Capt. w. 25/9/15 ^.4/11/18 

/ (M.G.C.) Lieut. 

1 Killed in action 19/4/15 
/ Killed in action 1 9/4/ 1 5 

2 (R.A.F.)Lt. re/. 16/5/15 [)(-) 
2 Capt. &%* w. 25/9/15, 9/10/18 
2 Ca//. 6 ^d^V. w. 20/4/15 

2 Killed in action 26/9/15 B1 
a;. 18/5/15, 25/9/15 

^27/4/17 

6 ^^V. D.S.O. >& 
Wounded 7/7/16, -/6/i8 !BJ( 2 ) 
Killed in action 20/7/18 



ze/. 23/10/17 Z>/JF 29/9/1 8 



Special Reserve Battalions (Nos. 3 & 4). 



1158 ROEBER, Sgt. Oscar ... 
3287 ROEBER, David Arnold 
768328 TAYLOR, Roy Frederick 



7/ 5/ J 5 from io Lieut, w. -/7/i6 
7/ 5/ J 5 /o Killed in action 14/8/16 

7/ 3/19 J 



Territorial Battalion (No. 5). 



Capt. RICKATSON, Hugh Cecil 

,, SELFE, Arthur Edward Ferrour 

36 CUBITT, CQMS Charles Nutting 

3905 HAWKEN, L/Cpl. Gerald Humphrey 



3/11/155 Capt. >J< Wounded 15/12/17 
17/12/155 CVj/A ^ a/. 17/8/17, 11/12/17 
3/11/15 5 Z/<?#/. Wounded 13/9/18 
1/11/15 5 (Sikhs) Lieut. 



THE BEDFORD & HERTS (T.F. & S/B). 223 

763518 CALDERBANK, Percy... ... ... n/ 5/17 5 

762270 FOSTER, Frank Mortimer ... ... 2gj 3/17 j 

762679 HOWARTH, Richard 28/ 3/17 5 

763365 LAMIGEON, Richard Oswald zg/ 3/17 5 

766560 LEWIS, John 24/ 4/18 5 

762787 MACKLIN, David Harold 2p/ 3/17 5 Killed in action 27/3/18 

6962 RUDOLPH, Geo. Rupert s/ 9/16 5 

764073 SHOTT, Percival ... ... ... 3/ 7/17 5 Lieut, Wounded 12/3/18 

6504 WATSON, Henry James Arthur ... 26/ g/i6 j Lieut. Killed in action 23 8/18 

6687 WILKINS, Claude Glibbery s/ 9/16 5 Wounded 28/6/18 

Territorial Battalion (No. 11) 

{formerly the Hertfordshire Regiment, T.F.) 

BAKER, Herbert Norman 2/ 9/15 / -2J Nigerian Regt. Died 30/8,' 17 

BROAD, John Eric ... ... ... 29/11/15 7 Lieut. Killed in action 23/3/18 

BRUNSDON, Arthur Frederick Ernest 15/10/15 .r Labour Corps. Lieut. 

BULL, Lawrance ... ... ... 15/10/15 / Lieut. Wounded 24/3 /ij 

CHRISTIE, John Fairfax 26/ 9/14 2 Capt.&Adjt. %< w. 18/5 '15, 

24/4/18 

3857 FRITH, Reginald William 15/10/15 I Lieut. Wounded -j 'i2/ '16 

4029 O'SHANE, Cpl. Cormac 17/11/15 r Z/<f/. 

4096 OWEN, L/Cpl. Malcolm de B. ... 5/10/15 / Lieut. * ^/^4 4/11/18 

4100 RAVENSCROFT, Richard Birkbeck ... 24/12/15 i Lieut. Killed in action 16/8/17 

3426 VANDYKE, Cpl. Percy Reginald ... 15/10/15 J Z/tf. R.T.O. 

3816 WEEKS, Charles Henry 15/10/15 z Z/#A (Tank Corps} 

3848 WHITE, Frank Edmund 15/10/15 j- Z/<?M/. 

6886 HAMMOND, Arthur Edwards ii/ 7/16 Zzi<r/. Wounded 13/7/18 

767544 ABBOTT-GREENWOOD, Wilfred Eric W. 4/ 3/19 / 

763942 ALLEN, Frederick Ernest 27/ 6/17 J (5, I Bedford) 

3493 BOGGEN, John Hickey ... .. 26/ 9/16 I Lieut. Wounded 27 l$l\& 

3221 DOVE, William Watkins 26/ 1/17 I Lieut, w. 11/12/17,27/5/18 

763463 KNEE, Harold James 29/ 3/17 I Lieut, w. 24/4/18, 5/10/18 

4143 PRIEST, William Henry ... ... 26/ 1/17 I Wounded 26/4/17 

7480 TENNANT, Bernard Victor Ashlin ... 20/12/16 Lieut. 

Service Battalions (New Armies). 

3166 CALDWELL-COOK, Cpl. Edward A. ... 6/4/15 10 Lieut. 

2418 MASON, Kenneth Sydney 23/11/14 10 (Af.G.C.) Major & 

5046 BUTT, Alfred... ... 25; 5/16 10 (R.F.C.) JC/A 4/1/18 

767421 BARRETT, Frederick Fox ... ... 4/3/19 

764308 BLAKE, Francis Joseph ... ... 3i/ 7/17 

767556 DINSDALE, Cyril Albert Metcalfe ... 5/ 3/19 



224 



THE BEDFORD & HERTS (S/B). 



761116 


HUGHES, William 


a/ 8/1 7 


8 \ 


& w. 17/7/18 DjW 14 '9, 


18 


2918 


KAYE, Cpl. Hugh Gordon 


i9/ 9/1 6 


6 








769316 


PATRICK, Frederick Augustus Page ... 


ig/ 2/19 










4939 


SMITH, Arthur Wedgwood Giffard ... 


34/ 1/17 


8 > 


& 






767669 


SPOONER, Harold George 


3/ 3/ T 9 










763027 


DONOVAN, Terence Nor bert 


2 9/ 3A7 


(7) 








763i>9 


FRANKLIN, Arthur Thomas 


2 9/ 3/7 


(') 








762120 


GALLICHAN, Henry Nicholas 


n/ 2/17 


J 


Garrison 


Battalion 




763362 


GREENWOOD, Arthur Donald 


i/ 3/i7 


(*) 


Killed in 


action 30/8/18 




7312 


HUNT, Frank 


20/12/16 










764147 


JACKSON, William Arthur 


20 1 5/17 


(7) 








6959 


OAKLEY, William George 


26/ 9/1 6 


<? 


Lieut. 






763412 


SOWDEN, Percy John 


29/ 3/17 


(5) 








765981 


STAPLETON, William Howell 


27/ 2/l8 




($/. Ber, 


k) ^/^ 26/8/18 


7469 


WELLER, Henry John 


19/12/16 


<? 


Lieut. 7i>. 


-/6/i 7 , 17/4/^8 





THE ROYAL BERKSHIRE REGIMENT.- 



Regular Battalions Nos. 1 & 2). 



I 49th Foot 
I 66th Foot 



2nd Lieut. 

2676 ADAMS, Wilfred Carne 26 f 5/15 

2874 BLACKBURN, Harry Dudley 29! 8/15 

1769 BRIDGE, Donald Gerald Clive ... 2o/ 3/15 

168 CAHILL, Cpl. John Archibald ... i4/ 2/15 

2934 CHACE, George Purves 29/8/15 

419 COOK, Charles Stark ... ... ... 24/10/15 

1719 DAY, Morris 2o/ 3/15 

584 JERWOOD, Ed. Longsden 27/ 1/15 

1786 LINDLEY, George William 2o/ 3/15 

1154 PAINE, George Gordon 26/ 5/15 



2 Capt. Wounded i^jgji^, 7 7 16 

1 (Jt.F.C.) Kit 'led in action 5/4 17 

2 Died of wounds 23/5/16 

2 Capt. Wounded 10/3/15, i 7 16 
Killed in action 16/8/17 H> 

J Ca//. 6 ^4^V. ^1 

7" Lieut. 

2 Killed in action 9/5/15 

2 Z*V Wounded 29/9/15 
2 CVz//. ij* Wounded 29/7/15 
Died of wounds 27/3/18 Bl 



Special Reserve Battalion (No. 3). 



761212 ADAMS, Bernard Randall Cole 

763224 AYRES, Frank Ernest 

762292 MANNING, James Walter Geoffrey 

8241 MOSSM AN, Harold Alex. 

767535 PRICE, Herbert Leo 

766002 SHORT, Sydney Charles Terry 

8329 WORDEN, Ernest Harold Glover 

ngcd (ist January, 1921) to " The Royal Berkshire Regiment (Princess Charlotte of W ales' s)." 



28/11/17 3 

28/ 3/17 3(2) Wounded 23/10/18 

26/ 4/17 3(1} Wounded 6/10/17 

2 5/ i/i? 3(6) *& w. 16/5/17 KjA 25 4/18 

4/ 3/19 J 

i/ 5/>8 J 
2 5/ !/i7 j(^)^ Wounded 13/8/17 



ROYAL BERKSHIRE REGIMENT (T/F & S/B). 



22 5 



Territorial Battalion (No. 4). 



5233 BARTMAN, Wilfred Arthur ... 

6279 BUXTON, Oswald 

3856 GIBSON, Dudley Robert 

5260 HEPPELL, Harry Denby 

5128 LENNARD, Walter Daniel 

4973 LEPPARD, Percy Henry 

4689 LOVERIDGE, John L. 

4302 MARSH, Charles James Macauley 

4272 WOOD, Douglas 

BROOKS, Alfred George 
CLARK, Leslie Edward Cyril 
HINE, Hubert Joseph Kels ... 
THORNTON, Charles William 
WOOLFE, William Swift 



i6/ 6/1 6 
i6/ 6/1 6 
11/11/15 
i6/ 6/1 6 
i6/ 6/1 6 
i6/ 6/1 6 
i2/ 6/16 
i8/ 6/1 6 



4 Lieut. 
4 Lieut. 
4 Lieut. 
i6/ 6/1 6 4 Lieut. 



4 Lieut. (A.P.D.) 
4 Lieut. F/D w. 26/8/18 
4 Ind.Army. Litut. & w. 19/7/16 
4 Killed in action 5/4/17 
4 Lieut. Wounded 7/9/17 
Wounded 

*& *& Wounded 2 4/8/18 
Wounded 10/9/18 
Wounded 29/8/17 



9/18 



4 

4 

4/ 2/19 4 
1 1/ 7/1 6 4 Lieut. 
26/ 3/18 4 



Service Battalions (New Armies). 



22 1 1 BIRD, Arthur Wheen 

5049 COBB, Reginald 

2796 HALE, Geoffrey Thomas 

2754 HOWE, Charles Kingsley 

2366 NEOBARD, Harold John Cooke 

761254 ADCOCK, Charles Willamot ... 

1133 BIRCH, Sgt. Arthur ... 

7571 BRAZIER, Anthony David Cecil 

766780 COLES, Albert John ... 

3494 DEBONO, Geo. Peter ... 

763326 FARMER, Albert Edward 

8129 GIBBS, Horace Austin 

762452 GUINEE, James 

7012 GUY, Reginald Churchill 

5014 HAMEL-SMITH, Arnold Harcourt 

8027 HENLEY, Arthur Edward 

7411 HOOPER, Henry Raby 

5017 LAUGHLIN, George Elliot 

5589 MATTHEWS, Joseph Henry ... 

6847 MAYO, Sidney Harold 

760476 MCCLELLAN, John Frank Maxwell 

7013 McMuLLEN, Cpl. John Robert 
767497 MORDEN, Hardy Wilson 

7325 MURRAY, Peter 

763699 NOTT, Christopher Arthur ... 

7766 PALMER, Henry William S. ... 

763039 PEARCE, George William 



13/11/14 p Capt. Wounded 4] 6] i $ HI 

2 5/ 5/i 6 9 Killed in action 13/10/16 

24/11/14 p Lieut. M.G.C. BJ 

r 9/ 9/ J 5 6 Killed in action 1/7/16 

24/11/14 7 Capt. O.B.E. F/D w. 18/1/15 

26/ 6/17 j- Wounded 2/1 / '18 
12/11/16 Died of wounds 17/2/17 
1 9/12/16 (2) Killed in action i o/3/ 1 7 
28/ 8/1 8 8 (i I Bedford) 

i/ 8/1 6 5 Lieut. %< 

l l 3/ I 7 6 Prisoner of war 27/4/18 
19/12/16 Killed in action 2 9/4/ 1 7 
297 3/17 Lieut. 

3/ 4/17 8 Killed in action 24/8/18 
l8 / 3/ J 7 5 Lieut. 

19/12/16(7) Wounded 6 Prisoner of war 
23/11/16 Lieut.. Wounded 13/8/17 
24/ 3/i7 5 

/ 5/i7 5 

5/ 9/i6 

3/ 4A7 
i4/ 8/18 



Killed in action 27/3/18 
Lieut. 

Lieut. Wounded 16/10/18 
Prisoner of War 13/5/18 
$ist Grad. Bn. 



12/11/16 <5 Lieut. 
30/10/17 Wounded 4/5/ 1 8 
19/12/16 ZA?#/. Wounded 14/12/17 
2 9/ 3/^ 



226 



ROYAL BERKSHIRE REGIMENT (S/B). 



762491 


RICKWOOD, John Edgell 


2 4 / 9/17 




> Wounded 2 /4/i8 


764850 


ROWE, Gilbert James Burberry 


24/ 9/17 




Died of wounds 17/4/18 


767999 


SCRIVENER, Winston Edwin Redvers 


5/ 3/19 






763410 


SMITH, Leonard Pitman 


*/ 3/17 


5 


Lieut. Wounded 10/12/17 


459 6 


SMITH, Neville 


a6/ 9/16 






762671 


SWAFFIELD, Frederick 


i/ 3/i7 


8 




2 95 T 


TARRANT, Sgt. Henry Geoffrey Nelson 


12/11/16 




^< Killed in action 31/7/17 


3480 


TIGAR, Geoffrey Herbert 


i4/ 8/16 


6 


Killed in action 13/10/17 


764518 


URRY, Alex. Claude ... 


30/10/17 




Prisoner of war 7/6/18 


764933 


WALLACE, Duncan Crichton 


30/10/17 






7261 


WESTON, Alex. Thomas 


21/12/16 


5 


Lieut. 


6419 


WHITE, L/Cpl. Lionel Ellenthorpe ... 


5/ 9/i6 


5 


Capt. 


4373 


WICKETT, Thomas Penberthy 


8/ SA7 


5 


Died of wounds 20/11/17 


763008 


WINSTANLEY, William Lidiard 


24 / 9/17 




Lieut. Wounded 3/4/18 


761784 


WVKES, Ernest Arthur Innes 


26/ 6/17 


5 


Killed in action 30/11/17 



THE BORDER REGIMENT. 



Capt. 
Lieut. 



1693 



[614 
2494 
1606 
2673 
3641 
1598 
1327 

1594 
I55 1 
1817 
1489 
1600 
2957 
36.3 1 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 



134th Foot 
155th Foot 



OSTLE, Henry Knight Eaton 
BURMANN, Robert Moyle .. 



BALES, Keith... 
BEAUMONT, Wilfred Newton 
BYNG, Harry ... 
CUTHBERTSON, Frank Tebbet 
DAY, L/Cpl. William Leonard 
GOODMAN, Reginald Moon ... 
GRINTER, Trayton Golding ... 
JOHNSON, Wilfred Lloyd 
KROHN, Nicholas Adolf 
LINDSAY, Gordon Parmiter ... 
PRYNNE, George Michael Fellows 
SAMPSON, Harold Fehrsen ... 
SHEPPARD, Horace James Gurney 
SIMPSON, William Ronald Carde 
SLATER, George Edward Herbert 
TODHUNTER, Arthur Jackson 
THOMPSON, Hugh Thomas ... 



^York &> Lanes., Lt.-Col. 

28/ 5/15 2 2nd-in-C. * w. 25/9/15 Bl(2) 

8/ 4/15 2 Capt. Bde.-Maj. D.S.O. ^ ^ 

2nd Lieut. \Killed in action 27/10/18 Bl(6) 

2O/ 3/15 2 Killed in action 16/5/15 

I2/ 6/15 2 Killed in action 25/9/15 

2O/ 3/15 2 Died of wounds 16/5/15 

15/12/14 2 Lieut. 

i S / 8/15 2 (R.F.C.) w. 25/9/15 X/A6/4/i 7 

2o/ 3/15 2 Killed in action 17/5/15 3R 

: 5/ 8/15 2 Lieut. Wounded 25/9/15 

28/11/15 2 Killed in action 1 9/4/ 1 6 

2o/ 3/15 2 Killed in action 16/5/15 

20/ 3/15 2 Lt. * w. 16/5/15, -/ 4 /i6, -/2/i 7 

2O / 3/ I 5 2 Lieut. Wounded 8/7/16 

15/12/14 2 Lieut, w. 11/3/15, -/Ii/i 5, -/7/i4 

J/ /i / *J* J' / / J" / / / 

20/ 3/15 2 Z/>U/. 

20 / 3/ J 5 2 Killed in action 16/5/15 

2o/ 3/15 2 Za/. * w. 16/5/15, 8/11/18 

io/ 7/15 2 Z/Vw/. W r oiinded 15/9/15 

i9/ 7/16 / Lieut, w. 27/1/17, 14/8/17 
/*/ ff (From Sandhurst) 



BORDER REGIMENT (S/R & T/F). 



227 



765268 

7688 
4928 
764889 
761372 
761626 

76i395 
761076 


DOBSON, Nathaniel George ... 
GIANELLA, Cecil Leonard ... 
GREENWOOD, John Shaw 
HAW, Eustace Arthur 
HISLOP, William Archer 
SHEPHERD, Geoffrey Win. Boutflower 
WATSON, Roger Alan 
WYNNE, Eric Stuart ... 


1 1/ 6/17 2 Lieut. I 
19/12/16 

i3/ 4/i7 ^ 

27/11/17 

as/ 6 /'7 2 
25; 6/17 2 
24/ 6/17 2 L>'eut. 
24/ 6/17 I Lieut. 


(ijCamb.) D\W 17/1 1/ 

Wounded 4/12/17 
Wounded 27/8/18 



Special Reserve Battalion (No. 3). 

2343 MACKENZIE, Roderick Sandford ... 9/12/14 {From ^Norfolk] 



75 10 
766278 



2943 
273 
4148 

45 " 
5334 
4379 
39 2 5 
4803 

3937 
4828 
4161 
4902 
4869 
2440 
3111 

6094 
7712 
7069 

773 
6917 
7246 
5206 

764070 
6232 

766703 
5188 

5*9 
760928 

765339 
763214 

5641 



LAW, Kenneth Knight 
LUSCOMBE, Victor 



6/ 8/16 
26/5/18 



Lieut. 

($1 Suffolk) 



BRUCKMAN, Richard Theodore 
THOMPSON, John Berwick ... 
BALL, Wallace Maurice ... 
BAXTER, Rowland Percival .. 
BICKLEY, Claude Harry ... 
CAIN, Charles William ... 

DOBSON, Frank Owen ... 

EBBLES, John Kenneth ... 
FELTHAM, Alan ... ... 

JUPP, Edwin Percy ... ... 

LKWIS, Norman Cecil ... 

RANDALL, Sydney Herbert 
ROBINSON, Charles Frederick 
SHAW, Lionel Gillyatt ... 

SUITER, Charles Richards 



Territorial Battalions (Nos. 4 & 5). 

.. 3/ 1/15 4 Caff. 

.. 6 1 3/15 5 Capt. Adj. O.B.E. H& 

.. 19/12/15 4 Lieut. 

.. 27/10/15 5 Wounded -111 \b KjA 16/9/16 

..2/6/165 Z*>#/. 

.. 19/12/15 ^ Z/V/. 

.. 27/12/15 5 Z/V///. 

.. i5/ 6/16 5 Litut. 

.. 1 8/11/15 5 Killed in action 18/9/16 

.. /5/ 6/1 6 5 Z///. 

.. 19/12/15 ^ Lieut. 

.. 2o/ 6/16 5 * Wounded 13/8/17, 13/9/18 

.. 1 5/ 6/1 6 5 Z*?/^. 

.. 1 6/ 9/15 5 Lieut. Wounded 4; '7 '/i8 

.. i8/ 8/15 5 Z;>/. Bl 



BORWICK, Robert Hartley ... ... 

CAMPBELL, Stanley Victor ... ... 

CHILDS, Clarence Lancelot ... ... 

GIBSON, Alex. William ... ... 

GOWAN, George Henry ... ... 

JAMES, Henry Stoddart ... ... 

JOHNSON, Charles Beckett ... ... 

MCKENZIE, Leonard... ... ... 

PICKLES, Harry ... ... ... 

POLLARD, James ... ... ... 

RANDALL, Joseph Edward ... ... 

SADLER, Alwyn Kenneth ... ... 

STOUT, John Mitchell ...... 

THOMPSON, Alexander Chas. Graham 
THORBURN, John ... ... ... 

TRUSCOTT, Geoffrey Herbert Cardew 



1 1/ 7/1 6 5 Z/(?/. 

19/12/16 ^ Wounded 9/5/17, 23/4/18 
1 1/ 7/165 Wounded 1 3/8/ 1 7 
n/ 7/1 6 5 Z/V///. 
1 1/ 7/1 6 5 Lieut. 

20/12/16 5 Killed in action 23/4/17 
IX / 7/ J 6 5 CV?/^. B} 
27/ 6/17 ^ 

5/ 9/1 6 ^ Killed in action 14/4/17 
2 6/ 6/18 ^ 
ii/ 7/16 5 
1 1/ 7/16. 
27/ 3/i7 ^ 
27/ 3/i8 ^ 
a?/ 3/i7 * 
n/ 7/165 



Lieut. 
Wounded 14/5/18 



228 


BORDER REGIMENT (S/B). 




Service Battalions 


(New Armies). 


44 


ARMSTRONG, Leonard William 


26 1 5/1 6 i Killed in action 19/5/17 


373 


CLARK, Frank Longman 


i6/ i/ 1 6 8 Lieut. Wounded 


3432 


ELDER, Ian Nichol ... 


i6/ i/ 16 7 Lieut. 


3615 


EVERS, James McElroy Shortt 


7/11/15 7 Lieut. Wounded ~l 12! \$ 


3447 


JENKIN, Arthur Maxwell 


i6/ 1/16 7 Lieut. Wounded -j 2/16 


3677 


JOHNSON, James Herbert 


:6/ 1/15 8 Lieut. Wounded 7/6/17 


2008 


ROMANES, James 


9/ 9/14 6 Lapt. 17/3/15 Wounded -\<)l\$ 


5723 


BARR, Cuthbert Beck 


21/12/16 (2) Lieut. 


5565 


BEAUVAIS, Lawrence... 


7/ 7/1 6 10 Capt. 3U 


769204 


BOUTFLOWER, Charles 


J 5/ 2/19 


765452 


BROWN, William Ian 


28/11/17 8 Wounded 30/8/18 


761251 


BURNETT, CSM Theodore Ridley 


J 5/ 2/19 


769127 


CARR, Frank Arnold 


i4/ 2/19 


769227 


CARR, Laurence 


147 2/19 


768226 


CAVAGHAN, Tom ... 


I 7/' 3/ z 9 


769367 


FLEMING, Stanley Wilkinson 


i5/ 2/19 


767218 


GILL, Henry Stuart ... 


6/ 2/19 


765456 


GILLIAT, Alan 


28/11/17 8 


765616 


GRAHAM, Hugh Jamieson 


28/11/17 8 


1557 


HENDERSON, Angus 


i8/ 3/17 6 


769075 


HOGGARTH, Arthur Henry Graham.., 


iS/ 2/19 


763456 


HOPE, Oscar William 


1/3/17 8 Lieut. 


7129 


ISAACS, Maurice Seymour ... 


26 1 1/17 8 Lieut. 




KEENAN, L/Cpl. Felix William 


7/ 7/16 12 


767475 


LAMBLE, Alfred Henry 


6/ 2/19 


768700 


LEWIS, Frank Thomas 


i3/ 2/19 


768152 


LONG, Oswald Ambrose 


i?/ 6/19 


761306 


LOWE, George Michael 


a6/ 6/17 6 


768736 


MACDONALD, Richard 


J 7/ 3/J9 


765278 


MACKIE, James Herd 


28/11/17 8 Wounded 16/5/18 


765598 


MATHESON, Dugold Welsh MacLeod 


28/11/17 zz 


767367 


NELSON, Ernest Martindale... 


3/ 3/19 


763403 


PARK, Herbert Sidney 


i/ 3/ x 7 ( T ) Killed in action 26/10/17 


766031 


ROUVRAY, Frederick George 


24/ 5/1 8 (.r) 


768047 


SCOTT, Edward Robert 


6/ 3/i9 


769374 


SCOTT-NICHOLSON, Edwin ... 


J 5/ 2 / J 9 


768"; t;? 


SLY, William 


IA/ 2/IQ 


/ "" j j / 
762816 


TROTTER, John Baxter 


TV 17 

i/ 3/17 Lieut. Wounded 30/8/18 


7361 


TURNBULL, Maxwell... 


S/ 9/16 <? Ca//'.*.3/6/i8.^i8/io/i8iB 


6276 


TWEEDY, Gerald Vincent ... 


26/ 9/1 6 Killed t? i action 13/4/17 


8330 


WRIGHT, John 


I5/ 2/19 Wounded 30/12/17 



THE CAMBRIDGESHIRE REGIMENT (T.F.) 



229 



2nd Lieut. 

764135 DIGBY, Fredk. Newton Dale Drake... 3o/ 5/17 Lieut. Wounded 14/11/17 

765792 HQCKLE, Henry William 27 / 2/18 Killed in action 5/9/18 

6901 TOWNSEND, Cecil Alfred 5/ 9/16 Lieut. 



THE CAMERON HIGHLANDERS. 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2). 



79th Foot 



1177 TUCKER, Norman Poulter 

761069 GORDON, Arthur Forbes 

760877 HORABIN, Thomas Lewis 

2863 MclNTYRE, Edgar ... 



2nd Lieut. 



9 / 5/15 2 Caff, m 

26/ 6/17 i Died of wounds 18/4/18 

26/ 6/17 i 

i/ 3/15 i (From R.A.S.C.} Capt. 



Special Reserve Battalion (No. 3). 

4331 CAMERON, Stuart Stillingfleet ... 28/12/15 Lieut. Wounded 11/4/17 



Territorial Battalion (No. 4). 

BARTHOLOMEW, Benjamin James ... 2/ 7/15 4 Wounded -^i 6 KjA 18/11/16 
COURTNEY, Claude 



2752 

1767 

1129 POW.ELL, Charles Sydney 

3654 SARGEANT, Wyndham 



i6/ 6/15 4 Lieut. Wounded 6/9/17 
i4/ 4/15 4 (To R.F.A.} Wounded 22 
17/10/15 4 Lieut. 



Service Battalions (New Armies). 

5832 BLACK, Finlay Keir ... ... ... 5/ 9/16 5 Lieut. 

766422 BRYSON, George ... ... ... 26 f 6/18 i >& Wounded 4/10/18 

766057 MCMILLAN, Ernest Albert a6/ 6/18 2 >fc 



CHANNEL ISLANDS MILITIA. 



THE ROYAL MILITIA OF THE ISLAND OF JERSEY. 

or South Battalion. 



2236 
2283 
2332 



DE STE. CROIX, Leslie Lawson 
Cox, Alfred Reginald Somers 
HUTCHINSON, Noel Wilfred... 



2 353 JANSON, Frederick Ernest ... 
768163 FARRELL, Robert Hamilton... 



2nd Lieut. 

... 24/12/14 (To R.A.S.C.} Capt. M.B.E. 

... 24/12/14 (To R.A.S.C.\ Capt. w. 25/6/18 

... 9/2/15 Capt. TXi 

... g/ 2/15 Lieut. M.B.E. (R.A.O.D.} 

i7/ 3/ ! 9 



2 3 



THE CHESHIRE REGIMENT. 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2). 



22nd Foot 



971 HARTLEY, William Edwin 

2257 LEFTWICH, Nigel George 

3327 KING, Robert 

761230 LEICESTER, James ... 



2nd Lieut. 

1 1/ 6/15 2 Killed in action 2/10/15 

24/10/15 2(10) Lt. Wounded. K/A 15/4/18 

24/10/15 2(10) Lieut. 

as/ 6/17 I 



Special Reserve Battalion (No. 3). 



762778 
763835 
765295 




2687 
2603 
1812 
3316 

3317 
2029 



DARLINGTON, Herbert Leonard 
RALSTON, Kenneth Bowman 
TOWNSEND, Edgar 



2 9/ 3/ T 7 3 Wounded 13/11/17 

3 1 / 7/ J 7 3 Lieut. Pj W 6 w. 26/4/18 

28/11/17 3 



Territorial Battalions (Nos. 4 to 7). 



DAVIES, William Edward 
HUGGILL, Henry Percy 
PYM-MANNOCK, Francis Louis A. 
SEALE, Barney 
BEARD, Cecil Angus... 
FREETH, L/Cpl. Charles Edward 
SWINDELL, John Frederick ... 
YORKE, Reginald Charles ... 

BROOKES, Percy 
DAVIDSON, William Henry ... 
DISLEY, Harold Rostron 
HAGGART, James Gordon F. G. T. 
HAMMOND, Frederick 
HARDMAN, Lawrence 
HOLLAMBY, Henry John 
NEWTON, Henry Monck 
NEWPORT-GWILT, Richard John 
ORRETT, Cpl. Harry Eyre ... 
SCOTT, Arthur 
SHEPHEARD, Stanley Joseph 



6/ 3/15 5 Died of wounds 29/1/16 
26/ 3/15 5 Lieut. Wounded 20/11/18 
26/ 3/15 6 (To6\R. Welch Fusiliers} Lieut. 

6 / 3/15 5 Lieut. 
30/11/15 7 Lieut. Prisoner of war 

2 1 9/15 5 Lieut. (1/5 Welch] 

i/ 1/16 7 Lieut. 
30/11/15 7 Lieut. 

28 / 8/17 6 Killed in action 22/11/17 
28/ 8/17 6 Wounded $l\*l\i 

3/ 5/ 1 ? 4 

18/12/17 5 Wounded 17/6/18 

3o/ 5/17 4 Wounded & Pj 'W "-/7 / '18 



27/ 2/18 ^ Wounded & P/W-/io/i8 
3/ 7/ J 6 4 />/. 
5/ 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 

24/ 5/iS 5 

26/ 4/17 ^ Wounded 22/8/17 

29/10/18 ^ 



Service Battalions (New Armies). 

ALLEN, Ernest Vivian ... ... 23/12/14 15 (To 17} Capt. 

BURTON, Clifford Earp 27/ 5/15 14 Lieut. 

DICKINSON, Cpl. Colin James Henry i4/ 6/15 15 Killed in action 28/7/16 

FARROW, Ronald James Richard ... 12/12/15 ij Zz'<?/^. 

GOULD, Arthur ... ... ... 12/12/15 ^J" Killedin action 13/5/16 

KIDD, Claude Bernard 29/5/15/5 Z/'i?w/. >i AT/^4 24/3/18 



CHESHIRE REGIMENT (S/B). 



2 3 I 



2184 SMALL, L/Cpl. Dudley Francis 

4128 SWANN, Pelham Barton 

2253 WRAY, Leslie Hugh 

2938 YOUNG, Leonard George Birmingham 

765433 BYTHEWAY, Arthur William... 

768418 DOODY, Frank Stapledon 

769074 EDMINSON, Harold Clark ... 

762802 ELFORD, Percy William Tapson 

767558 ELLIS, Frank Peter ... 

766552 ENGLISH, Frank Goodhand 

764696 FOWDEN, Bernard Lowther 

766135 GROVE, Albert George 

6062 HENRI, Arthur William 

764028 HILDER, Ernest Cecil Lake 

7080 HODSON, Philip 

769521 HOPE, Brian ... 

7064 HUDSON, Joseph Wright 

760703 HUTSON, Arthur Baron 

766434 IRWIN, Harlow 

766075 LANG, Reginald Samuel 

764502 MCDONALD, John 

763893 MADGE, Herbert Ernest 

767598 OAKLEY, Edgar Robinson ... 

768234 OLDHAM, Maurice Anderson 

5534 POTTER, Charles Vernon 

6818 RATCLIFFE, Herbert Charles 

764539 REARDON, William Richard 

767885 RHODES, Frederick Maurice 

5449 ROBINSON, Arthur Victor 

766062 ROYCROFT, John Hedley 

768105 TAYLOR, Allan Roy ... 

766092 TROTMAN, Lionel William .. 

766670 WILLIAMS, William George ... 

764280 WOOD, Nevil Pressal 

7139 WORTHINGTON, Geoffrey 

762659 YATES, William 

764520 YOUNG, Thomas 



8 / 6/15 is Capt. Wounded, 22/4/18 
8/12/15 is Lieut. 
16/12/14 1 6 Lieut. 
2/12/14 zo Lieut. 

28/11/17 13 Wounded & PjW 23/7/18 

I2/ 2/19 

H/ 2/19 
28/ 8/17 

4/ 



Wounded 6/5 / '18 



I?/ 3/'9 
2 6/ 3/18 52 
ll 7/i6 17 
28/ 8/17 
21/12/16 3 



1 9/1 2/i 6 Lieut. 
3 1/ 7/17 Lieut. 
2 5 / 6/18 52 
*6/ 3/18 (57) 
28/ 8/17 Z7//. 

2 9 / 8/I 7 

6/ 3/19 
J 7/ 3/ J 9 

7/ 7/1 6 77 Z/<?//tf. 

5/ 9/1 6 CVz/V. 
28/8/17 Wounded 15/11/18 

3/ 3/ I 9 

7/ 7/16 77 Wounded 24/4/18 
26/ 3/18 5^ 



2 6/ 3/18 51 

3/ 2 /!9 
3 1 / 7/17 
21/12/16 3 Lieut. 

29/ 3/i7 3 * 

28/ 8/17 3 Prisoner of war 16/5/18 



232 



THE CONNAUGHT RANGERS. 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2). 



j 88th Foot 
I 94th Foot 



3708 BARRY, Edward 

3553 OKEY, William Ewart 

1475 REEVE, Frank 

1213 ROBEY, Arthur Eric Linton ... 



2nd Lieut. 

... 7/11/15 I Wounded -/4/i6 HI 

7/11/15 I Killed in action 21/1/16 

... io/ 7/15 I Lieut. 

7/1 I/I S -f Lieut. Wounded - 1 if 16 B3 



Special Reserve Battalions (Nos. 3 & 4). 

766096 LEONARD, John James 28/ 5/18 j (R.F.C.} 

Service Battalions (New Armies). 

763327 FLINN, Herbert Ernest ... ... 2g/ 3/17 

768495 TICHBORNE, William ... ... 5/ 2/19 



THE DUKE OF CORNWALL'S LIGHT INFANTRY. 



2828 



814 
3162 
1238 
1460 
1576 
1523 



2170 

'753 
1283 
1932 
1048 

3540 



8274 
765328 

765253 
762919 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2). 



' 32nd Foot 
46th Foot 



CARNE, Maxwell Halford ... ... 10/7/15 

CATTLE, Alfred Philip ... ... 10/7/15 

COLLEY, Sgt. Archibald 14/2/15 

F RATER, Alexander Hay ... ... 24/10/15 

HAMILTON, Herbert James 2gf 8/15 

HUGHESDON, Cpl. Reginald Harold io/ 7/15 

MARTIN, Richard Donald ... ... 9/5/15 

O'BRIEN, James ... ... ... 9/5/15 

O'BRIEN, John g/ 5/15 

SCOTT, Donald Norman ... ... 10/7/15 

STEVENS, John Longbourne... ... 23/ 4/15 

TOTTON, Arthur Knyvett 23/ 4/15 

TAYLOR, Bruce Mitchell 5/ 4/ x 5 

WOOD, Bernard Gregory ... ... 23/4/15 

STEPHENSON, Hubert Victor ... 2/10/16 



2 Died of wounds 23/12/16 

1 Lieut. Wounded 16/11/15 

2 Killed in action 15/3/15 
2 Lieut. 

Lieut. 
Capt. 



iv. -/8/i6, 21/10/17 



/ 

/ 

2 Lieut. 

2 Capt. 

2 Lieut. 

2 Lieut. 

I Lieut. 

I Capt. % 

1 Major D.S.O. & *& K\A 6/1 i/i 7 

2 Lieut. 



* 

Wounded 12/6/15 

Wounded 



Killed in action 8/5/17 



Special Reserve Battalion (No. 3). 

OSBORNE, John ... ... ... 25/ 1/17 3(6) Wotmded 11/9/17 



STEVENS, Cyril Parker 

TIDMARSH, Frank Egerton Vaughan 

TUCKER, John Morgan 



2 5 / I / I 7 
28/11/17 
28/11/17 
2 9/ 3/*7 



DLFKE OF CORNWALL'S L.I. (T/F & S/B). 



233 



Territorial Battalions (Nos. 4 & 5). 



1447 
4129 
455 
4183 
4i74 
4500 

6904 

6063 

762272 

761167 

7454 

765953 
5922 
5966 



2003 



2700 

2637 

3224 
259i 
1 844 
1991 

762537 

768243 

762526 

7300 

7385 
767217 
766466 
766496 

763783 
767616 

7374 

767777 

557 

7349 

5495 
7044 

7837 



D'AMBRUMENIL, Wilfred 
BLANC, L/Cpl. Louis Gerald 
FARRIER, Archibald Victor ... 
HARRIS, Leonard 
NIVET, Eugene Lionel Anthony 
SOWARD, Frank 

DOUGHTY, John 
HODGE, William Eric 
HUGHES, Claude Edward Cecil 
LUSCOMBE, Reginald Anson... 
MCALLISTER, Alexander 
PAGE, John Oswald 
PALMER, Henry John 
SMITH, Leon Walter 



5/ 6/15 4 Lieut. 
22 1 ii 1 1$ 4 Lieut. 
i6/ i/i 6 5 Lieut. 
22 1 n 1 15 4 Lieut. 
22 1 ii 1 15 4 Lieut. 
i5/ i/i 6 s Capt. %< 

5/ 9/16 4 Lieut. 
3 1 1 7/1 6 5 Lieut. 

3/ 8/17 5 Wounded 4/5/18 

3/ 8/17 5 Wounded 2/1 1/17 
20/12/16 ^ Lieut. 
2 4 / 4/18 4 

z6/ 9/1 6 j" Z/<?#/. Killed in action 29/3/18 
26/ 9/1 6 ^ Lieut. Killed in action 12/4/18 



Service Battalions (New Armies). 



ANDREWS, Thomas Edward ... 5/11/14 

GILLETT, Sydney Eric ... ... 28/11/14 

GIRLING, Stephen Eastaugh ... 5/11/14 

LAILEY, Eric Lilliwhite ... ... 11/11/14 

LAILEY, Guy Patrick Barnard ... 18/10/14 

MORRIS, William Francis ... ... 2/ 4/15 

SIMPSON, Henry Gordon ... ... 5/11/14 

SPURRELL, Richard Kenilworth ... 5/11/14 

THORNTON, Hugh Cholmondeley ... i7/ 6/15 

AGNEW, Rudolph John ... ... 3/ 8/17 

BARHAM, Geoffrey Cornelius Arthur 17 / 3/19 

BECKINGSALE, John Edgar ... ... 2/ 8/17 

BERINGER, Bernard ... ... ... 5/ 9/16 

BRAY, John 5/ 2/19 

BOOTHROYD, Norman ... ... 21/12/16 

BODILLY, Ralph William Talbot ... 5/2/19 

DAWE, Edward Merideth ... ... 25/ 6/18 

DERRY, Charles ... ... 26/ 6/18 

DUNN, James Henry... ... ... 27/ 6/17 

FREE, Stanley Clark Hazell 6/ 2/19 

GLENCROSS, Douglas George ... 21/12/16 

GOODWIN, John ... ... ... 4/ 3/19 

Goss, William Arthur ... ... 16/4/17 

GRAHAME, Kenneth Moir ... ... 19/12/16 

GREEN, Arthur ... ... .. 26/ 9/16 

HEARN, Leonard Webb ... ... 21/12/16 

HOBBS, William Charles ... ... 19/12/16 



(M.G.C.) 

Wounded 22/9/15, -/9/i6 
Killed in action 29/9/18 
Killed in action 28/2/16 
Wounded 30/9/16 



p Lieut. 
Q Lieut. 
p Lieut. 
j Lieut. 
7 Capt. 
9 Lieut. 
^ Killed in action 16/6/15 
g Capt.fy w. 27/10/17, 20/12/17 
10 (From n\Middlese3i) Major 
Private Sec. to S. ofS. 
6 

6 Killed in action 23/8/17 



Wounded 30/4/18 



6 Lieut. 

6 Lieut. 

6 

6 Lieut. >& Wounded 12/4/18 

6 Killed in action 18/10/17 



234 



DUKE OF CORNWALL'S L.I. (S/B). 



5506 HOLLIS, Arthur Reginald ... ... z6/ 9/16 

7448 HOSKING, James Cecil ... ... 19/12/16 

765238 KING, William Francis ... ... 22/12/17 

761504 MARTIN, Thomas George ... ... 3/ 8/17 

3390 MILES, Harold Gordon ... ... i/ 8/16 

7400 MILLMAN, Francis William ... ... 23/11/16 

765625 MORGAN, Harold John 18/12/17 

765600 PARRY- JONES, Richard John Samuel 18/12/17 

765704 PARSLOW, Jack Wilmshurst 18/12/17 

764406 PENALUNA, William 26/6/17 

4959 POTTER, Arthur Leslie ... ... 26/ 4/17 

761009 RAISIN, Francis Stephen ... ... 3/ 7/17 

767208 ROSSITER, Robert John 5/2/19 

764565 ROWE, Humphrey Arthur 18/12/17 

766771 TERRY, Arthur Frederick 26/ 6/18 

767228 TILBROOK, Russell Harman 5/ 2/19 

768051 TREGENZA, Norman Kelly 18/3/19 

767785 TURNER, L/Cpl. Charles Eric ... 4/3/19 

763084 TURNER, Henry Mornington ... 3o/ 5/17 

763685 WILLIAMS, Campbell Pugh 26/4/17 



10 Killed in action 12/9/18 
10 Capt. fb 

7 w 9/S/ 1 ^' w - & missing 15/7/18 
10 Lieut. Killed tn action 4/8 1 6 
7 (To Labour Corps) Lieut. 



6 Lieut. Wounded 22/8/17 



10 



( 7 1 Devon) 
Wounded 26/9/17 
Wounded 20/11/17, Wou nded 
missing 3/10/18 



THE DEVONSHIRE REGIMENT. 





Regular Battalions 


(Nos. 1 & 2). nth Foot 






2nd Lieut. 


1347 


ADAMS, Arthur Gwyther 


I4/ 2/15 2 Lieut. Indian Army TXl 


1086 


COLE, John Trevor ... 


i/ 1/15 I Lieut. (2 1 Dorset] 


1 142 


CUTTING, Raymond Howarth 


27; 1/15 i Lt.-Col. D.S.O. * 1& 


1810 


FISCHER, Alexander William 


i/ 1/15 i Died of wounds 12/5/16 B1 


1648 


JACOB, Cecil Otway Reed 


27/ 1/15 2 Capt. w.-/T/i6 K]A 29/11/17 


1566 


LLOYD, Francis Burrows 


29/8/15;? Wounded -1 2 1\6 A^ 3/10/16 


i45 


LORD, Frank Samuel 


27/ 1/15 2 Died of wounds 12/3/15 


159 


NEWTON, Alfred Reginald 


7/11/15 2 Wounded 3/7/16 ^(2) 


'399 


WEST, Frank 


7/ 1/15 / Capt. * 


1144 


WILSON, Herbert Christopher 


7/11/15 2 Lieut. Wounded -\2\ 1 6, 30/10/18 


JI 59 


WINDSOR, Mark Gillham 


i4/ 2/15 2 Died of wounds 10/3/15 


1404 


WYKES, Ronald Arthur 


29/ 8/15 2 Lieut. B) 


763231 


BATEMAN, Edw. Frank 


io/ 3/17 2 Lieut. 


374i 


BROOMAN, Frank Robert 


7/11/16 2 Wounded 14/5/17 


2172 


BROOMAN, Hubert Benjamin 


7/11/16 2 


2804 


BUCKLEY, Charles Hector Simeon ... 


3i/ 7/16 2 Wounded -111 \$> 


764753 


COLES, Robert Victor 


31/10/17 / 


765120 


GIBBONS, Henry Vincent 


31/10/17 / (io/Z?. C.L.I.} 


J 495 


PERT WEE, Lionel 


7/1 1/ 1 6 Lieut. 



DEVONSHIRE REGIMENT (S/R & T/F). 



235 



Special Reserve Battalion (No. 3). 



992 ELKINGTON, Guy Waterman 

2976 GETHIN, Percy Francis 

3574 MUNRO, Samuel Hector 

2678 PHILLIPS, Fenton Ellis Stanley 

BOWDEN, Joseph Llewellyn 

EVANS, John Ewart ... 

HASWELL, Reginald Merry weather.., 

KNIGHT, Albert Edward 

NAPIER, Charles William Skipwith ... 

PELLS, Cyril Elmore 

REED, Cyril ... ... ... 

SCHRADER, Frederick Justin 
SNOW, Godfrey Mackenzie 



7/10/14 3 Lieut, (i / 'Suffolk) 
3/ 3/*5 3 Killed in action 28/6/16 
22 1 6/15 3 Lieut. Wounded -/9/i6 
i3/ i/i5 3 * (R.F.C.) KIA 13/10/16 



22/11/16 3(2) Lieut. 

27 / 2/1 8 3 Killed in action 27/9/18 

22/11/16 3(9) w. 13/8/17, 30/10/18 

2i/ 2/18 Wounded 16/10/18 

26/ 4/17 (8] Lieut. 

28/11/17 Killed in action 27/5/18 

2 7 / 2/18 

2 7 / 2/18 

28/1 i/j 7 Wounded 1 1/7/18 



Territorial Battalions (Nos. 4 to 7). 



2130 ADDINGTON, Gerald 

1647 BEER, Cpi. George Tidbury 

1694 HEMPHILL, Robert Douglas 

1207 STRONG, Harold Vesey 

2 574 WALLICH, Cyril Collings Norton .., 

4313 BROMHAM, Charles Adolphus Row .. 

5076 SAMUELS, Louis 

AITKEN-DAVIES, Edward ... 
BARLOW, Ian Alexander 
BOURNE, Philip Reginald 
BOWDEN, Roth well Cazaly ... 
CABESPINE, Eric Walter Hamilton... 
CHADWELL, Arthur Ernest .. 
GRATWICK, Harold Duncan 
KRUSE, Eric Cuthbert 
PADDON, Cyril Evens 
PAGE, Percival Stevens 
PARKER, Sgt. Frederick Prosper 
PATTERSON, Henry Marden 
RICHARDSON, Frederick Samuel 
SHEARMAN, Harold Heffer ... 
SHORT, Frederick Percival ... 
STARTIN, Geoffrey ... 
TALL, John Jeffrey ... 
TAPPER, George Henry 
TARBET, Victor 
TUCKETT, David John 



S/ 8/14 6 Lieut. 
20 / 4/15 5 Lieut. 

i8/ 6/15 6 Lieut. Wounded 13/8/17 
22/ 4/15 6 Lieut. 

9/12/14 j" (To R.F.A.(T.F.} Lieut. 
29/12/15 3 Lieut. Killed in action 17/10/18 

2 1 6/1 6 6 Lieut. 

24 / 5/18 6 



n/ 7/16 4 

26 1 9/1 6 4 Lieut. Wounded 27/6/17 

1 1/ 7/1 6 4 Wounded 23/8/17 

n/ 7/16 4 

26/ 9/16 ^ Died 22/2/19 

26/ 1/17 4 

12/11/18 <5 

30/ 4/i 8 j- 

27/ 6/17 4 Wounded 5/12/17, 5/8/18 

20/12/16 ^ 

!3/ 5/'7 4 

IT/ 7/16 . 



2 7/ 3/ J 7 Killed in action 15/2/18 
30/10/17 d 

26/ 1/17 ^ Killed in action 4/10/17 
31/10/17 4 



2 3 6 



DEVONSHIRE REGIMENT (S/B). 





Service Battalions 


(New Armies). 


9 8 9 


ALLEN, Frederick John 


18/12/14 o Died of wounds 27/9/15 


974 


BALDERSON, L/Cpl. Henry Leslie P. 


IS/ 9/14 8 Wounded -jgl i ^ K\A 23/7/1^ 


93 2 


BROADBRIDGE, Myles O'Bryen 


17/9/14 8 Capt. & Wounded 26/9/1$ HI 


1397 


HULM, Wynne Odyerne 


17/9/14 8 Lieut. Died of wounds 25/9/19 


723 


LYONS, L/Cpl. Ernest Frederick 


i7/ 9/14 io Major fo Wounded 2 ^\$\\i \ 


448 


MOORE, Francis William 


\ll 9/14 io Lieut. &Adjt. *% ^^26/4/17] 


2763 


SANDOE, Montague William A. 


20/11/14 H Lieut. Killed in action 8/5/17 | 


333 


WEALE, William Wells Charles 


2/ 9/15 II Lieut. Interpreter HI 


765752 


ALLDEN, Wilfred Lewis 


2 7 / 8/18 is 


762884 


ASHPLANT, William Raymond 


2 9/ 3/ x 7 8 Wounded 14/11/17, -/io/i8 


768049 


BRADSHAW, William 


5/ 2 / I 9 


3587 


BROCK, Algernon Bertram ... 


7/11/16 o Died of wounds 26/10/17 


3024 


BROCK, Cecil Howard 


i5/ 8/16 8 Died of wounds 4/11/18 


760572 


BROWN, Douglas Frederick 


5/ 2/19 


765435 


CLARKE, Francis Vernon 


i9/ 5/ lS 15 


766245 


COLLIER, Edward Albert 


24/ 5/1 8 57 Wounded 14/10/18 


764819 


CRAWFORD, Percy 


io/ 3/17 


7i5i 


DAWSON, John Stewart 


21/12/16 Lieut. (j/jD.C.L.I.) 


7152 


DENCH, Bertram ... . . 


21/12/16 Lieut. (io/Z>.C.Z./.) ?'. 5/5/18 


766225 


DUNN, Harold Black 


24/ 5/18 57 Killed in action 30/8/18 


763689 


EDWARDS, Harold ... 


26/ 4/17 ISl 


763847 


ELLIOTT, Harry Peterson 


26/ 4/17 


763231 


EXLEY, Frederick Horace 


io/ 3/17 


768026 


GLENDINING, William Cecil 


6 / 3/19 


764198 


HARDWICK, Clifford 


io/ 3/17 


764893 


HOOLE, Douglas Robert 


io/ 3/17 Capt. 


767236 


JOINT, Philip John 


6/ 2/19 


735 1 


KARSLAKE, Harry Howard ... 


21/12/16 (i/Z>.C.Z./.) K\A 23/4/17 j 


763462 


KING, Edward George 


io/ 3/17 Lieut. 


7250 


MARKS, Eric Gordon 


21/12/16 Lieut. (iol-D. C.L. I. ) 


762623 


MARTIN, Leslie Norman 


2 9/ 3/ r 7 Lieut. 


765431 


MURDO, George 


I0 / 3/ r 7 Lieut. {Labour Corps) 


768402 


NICKALLS, Benjamin Arthur 


i7/ 3/i9 


768484 


NICKS, Albert Edward 


i 3 / 2/19 


7342 


NORMANDALE, Lancelot 


21/12/16 (6/Z>.CZ.Z) 


7281 


PALMER, Leonard 


21/12/16 (i/Z>. C.Z.7.) Wounded 12/4/17 


760561 


PARKYN, Harold Septimus ... 


12/11/18 


768076 


PRIDEAUX, John Britton Laurence C. 


i7/ 3/19 


9537 


READ, Vernon Sidney 


io/ 3/17 


764256 


ROWLEY, Sidney Smith 


io/ 3/17 


554i 


RUSSELL, James Drummond 


57 9/ 16 (J"0) Z//A 


7432 


SHELTON, Frederick Norman 


21/12/16 (7/Z>.C.Z.Z) 


7257 


SHOVELL, Ernest George 


2 i/i 2/1 6 (iojD. C.L.I.} 


767420 


SLEE, William Alfred 


i5/ 2 / I 9 



DEVONSHIRE REGIMENT (S/B). 237 

SMITH, Gordon Hamilton ... ... 23/11/16 (#) Killcdin action 9/5/17 

TUCKER, James David ... ... ay/ 2/18 52 Grad. Bn. 

WAGGETT, Arthur Calvert ... ... 10/3/17 

WARD, Charles Harold ... 2 7/ 6/17 

WEST, Cecil John De la Warr ... io/ 3/17 

WHITEHOUSE, Tom Henry Innes ... io/ 3/17 

WONNACOTT, James Palmer ... 23/11/16 

WOODWARD, Egbert Gordon ... 2/4/17 



THE DORSETSHIRE REGIMENT. 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2). {3SRS 

2nd Lieut. 

1086 COLE, John Trevor ... ... ... i/ 1/15 (2) (From 1 1 Devon) 

4189 GRIFFITH, John Ellerthorpe ... 20/11/15 J (From 3! Bit.} Lieut. 

1127 GREEN, Harold John ... ... gf 5/15 i Capt. 

1116 MACEY, Clifford James ... ... 9/ 5/15 i Killed in action 25/5/15 

5439 DIGBY, Laurence ... ... ... 19/12/16 / Lieut. Wounded 1/5/18 

Special Reserve Battalion (No. 3). 

3444 HARTNETT, Daniel Patrick ... ... 9/10/15 3 Lieut. 

BALL, Harold Charles James ... 26/ 4/17 3 Wounded 29/10/17 

BATEMAN, Kennedy Steer Delamain 26/ 9/16 j(jf) 

BRYANT, Geoffrey Ernest ... ... 29; 5/17 3 

PARSONS, Albert Frank ...... 1/8/17 (i\\K.R.R.C.} P/PF 14/5/18 

ROBINSON, Vincent Owen ... ... 8/ 7/16 Lieut. (^1 Somerset L. I.} w. 11/6/17 

STOCK, John Lancelot Walmsley ... 8/7/16 (6j Somerset L.I.) D\W 3/5/1 7 

Territorial Battalion (No. 4). 



4214 BASE, Edward Harold ... ... 2/ 6/16 

4394 OUTLAW, William Henry ... ... 2/ 6/16 4 Major 

4284 POOL, Marcus Lionel ... ... 2/ 6/16 4 Lieut. 

4854 ROPER, Ernest William ... ... i2/ 6/16 4 Lieut. 

5159 SLOOT, John Nicholas Charles ... 3i/ 5/16 4 Lieut. 

BUTTERWORTH, Herbert Bertram ... 27/ 2/18 4 

CHAMBERLAIN, George Frederick ... 27/ 2/18 4 

CROCKER, William Charles ... ... 26/ 6/18 4 ^ 

DANIEL, Walter Lawrence ... ... 27/ 2/18 4 

GARLAND, Arthur Sherrington Talbot 26/ 9/16 4 Lieut. 



2 3 8 



THE DORSETSHIRE REGIMENT (S/B). 



765621 HODGSON, Cpl. Sidney George ... 2-j/ 2/18 4 

765879 MASON, William Talbot 26/ 6/18 4 

766001 RATCLIFFE, Claude ... ... ... 2-j/ 2/18 4 

765778 SNELLING, Walter John ... ... 22/ 3/18 4 

Service Battalions (New Armies). 



CHALLIS, Charles Lewis 
MOORE, Kenneth Hartley ... 
Rows, George Laver 
HOBBS, Geoffrey Harold Chapman . 
WOOLNOUGH, Frederick Ullathorne. 

BROWN, Walter James 
BURFOOT. William Martin ... 
CURTIS, Wilfred Harry 
GRAHAM, Andrew George Norman . 
HURNELL, Horace Frederick 
KELLAWAY, George Lionel ... 
LAMBERT, Stanley Ashley ... 
LEMON, Lionel Theodore ... 
MASON, David Harold 
McEwAN, Herbert Hugh ... 
POGUE, Reginald Thomas ... 
RABINO, Francis Aloysius ... 
RYAN, Cyril Hammond 
SHAVE, Leslie Harrie 
STO.TT, Frederick 
SYMES, Bryant Gustavus 
WARR, Thomas Edward 



i2/ 7/i5 7 
12/12/15 6 

i4/ 8/15 7 
2$/ 5/16 7 
26/ 5/16 

26/ 9/16 j- 

27/ 6/17 

2 / 5/17 6 

5/ 2 / J 9 

26/ 6/l8 

21/12/16 
27/ 6/17 
19/12/16 

7/ 3/'9 

20/10/17 
2 / 5/17 d 

29 / 5/18 
7/ 7/i6 7 

2i/ 2/17 <5 

20/11/18 



Lieut. Wounded -/ 1 / 1 7 
Killed in action 7/7/16 

[(6/60wr.f/) 

Z//". Killed in action 16/9/16 
Ca//. Z>/^ tf/ wounds 2 2 / 3/ 1 8 

-I Dorset & R.A.F. A'/ A 22/5/18 
Wounded -1 6 1 1% 



Lieut. ( 1 2 1 If ants) 
Killed in action 1 2/4/17 

Lieut. 

* 

>fc Wounded 16/10/18 

Lieut. Wounded -/i2/i6 

Killed in action 12/4/17 



5/17 <5 Z>/<?</ <?/ wounds 14/10/17 



THE ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIERS. 



Regular Battalions Nos. 1 & 2). 



J I02nd Foot 
1 1 03rd Foot 



1691 COLLYER, Wilfred Thomas 
615 ELPHICK, Sgt. Richard 
J S55 JUDD, Frederick George 

761503 
760891 



and Lieut. 

i/ 1/15 2 Capt. 
i/ 1/15 2 Capt. 



JOHNSTONE, John Balfour 
SPIESS, William Frederick 



9 / 5/15 2 CVz//. 

Wounded 29/9/18 



Wounded 9/5/15, 1/7/16 
Killed in action 24/5/15 



[ 9/ 9/i7 
8/ 8/17 



ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIERS (S/B). 239 

Service Battalions (New Armies). 

8299 BLAKE, Harry Moore ... ... 25/ 1/17 n 

761767 CAHILL, Michael ... ... ... 20/12/16 n Lieut. 

769092 DUNN, William Waggott ... 14/2/19 

765536 FAIR, James ... ... ... ... 27/11/17 n 

3714 FLYNN, Cpl. Edward Henry ... -/ 1/17 8 Wounded 20/9/17 

764940 GORMAN, Arthur ... ... ... 28/ 8/17 n Wounded 17/9/18 

3644 MARLOW, Charles Dwyer ... ... i9/ 9/16 8 Wounded 7/8/17 KjA 17/8/17 

761506 MCALESTER, Cpl. Charles James ... 4/ 2/19 

8277 WAGNER, Dixon Park ... ... 25/ 1/17 // *&<% Wou tided 14/10/18 



THE DURHAM LIGHT INFANTftY. 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2). 

2nd Lieut. 

1423 ELLIS, Reginald Donald ... ... i5/ 8/15 2 Lieut. 

1717 STOREY, Kenneth ... ... ... i/ 1/15 2 Capt. *& w. 11/8/15 TU 

1058 THOMPSON, Charles Henry... ... i5/ 8/15 2 Killed in action 3/6/16 

2371 WILLIAMS, Noel Victor ... ... i5/ 8/15 2 Lieut. 

BARKER, Thomas Baxter ... ... i2/ 7/15 i (From z/) Lieut, w. -/I2/I5 

BOWE, Eric Arthur ... 25/ 9/17 I Killed in action 27/5/18 

JAMES, Hugh William ... ... 6/ 9/16 2 Capt. 

PALMER, John Stanley ... ... i5/ 9/15 (From R.M.C.} Z>/ ^18/10/16 

THURGOOD, William James ... ... 7/11/16 2 Lieut. 

Special Reserve Battalions (Nos. 3 & 4). 

2775 WORNUM, George Gray i6/ 1/15 3 Lieut. 

2528 WRIGHT, Cyril Carne Glenton ... 21/10/14 4 Adjt. D.L 1. (2\ Nor thumb. Fus.) 

5582 JAMES, Hugh William 6/ 9/16 2 Capt. 

7513 McGiBBON, William Patrick 20/12/16 4 (ilD.C.LJ.} KJA 23 9/17 

766027 METCALFE, Charles Pulfrey i/ 5/18 4(15} Wounded 26/10/18 

7825 UPTON, Roger Maitland ... ... 20/12/16 4(20} Killed in action 7/6/17 

Territorial Battalions (Nos. 5 to 9). 

2640 GELSTHORPE, Alfred Morris ... 5/11/14 8 (ToM.G.C.) Capt. D.S.O. 1J}(2) 

2105 WADHAM, Cpl. Samuel Macmahon ... 26/ 2/15 8 Capt. 

3849 FROUD, Harold William 30/10/15 5 Lieut, w. -/9/i6 .0/^27/7/17 



240 



DURHAM L.I. (T/F & S/B). 



3502 GREEN, Archibald George Noble .. 

3893 TOZER, Matthew Charles 

4179 VOS-UTERLIMMEGE, George H. 

6393 ADAMSON, Cecil 

766272 ALLEN, Desmond 

763611 CALLENDER, Ernest ... 

4154 CUDWORTH, Reginald 

5398 DAVEY, Sydney 

762932 DENHOLM, William Harold ... 

764094 GREEN, Ernest Albert 

763422 HARRISON, Frederick Claude Smith 

761401 HESLOP, John Charles 

5953 HIND, William Martin 

765948 JOHNSTONE, Andrew Aitchison 

763533 MACDONARD, Eric Angus Gordon .. 

766282 PECKSTON, John Grant 

3251 SHEPHERD, Leslie Graham ... 

6392 WATT, Hugo Burr Craig 



22/10/15 8 Lieut. Prisoner of war 2 3/5 / '18 
30/10/15 5 Lieut. 
21/12/15 8 Lieut. 

26/ 9/1 6 j" Lieut. 

24; 4/1 8 5 

3/ 5/ 1 ? 5 

27 / 7/1 6 8 Lieut. Wounded -/2/i'j 

5/ 9/16 5 Lieut, w. 28/6/18, 11/9/18 
28/ 3/17 8 Wounded 11/9/18 
i6/ 6/17 6 
2 8/ 3/ r 7 & Prisoner of war 12/8/18 

3/ 8/17 1(6} Lieut. Wounded 27 /3/ '18 
26/ 9/16 J Wounded -j 1 1 17 
27/ 2/18 5 

i/ 3/ J 7 5 Wounded 

V 5/'8 7 
19/12/16 j 

7/ 1/17 Z/>/. * w. 4/10/17 ^/^4 24/8/18 



Service Battalions (New Armies). 



3805 BAINBRIDGE, Joseph ... ... 5/10/15 

3102 BUTLAND, William Henry ... ... 7/11/15 

3075 CLARKE, Vincent Charles ... ... 7/11/15 

2035 CODD, Cyril Joseph Clarke ... . 3/10/15 

3032 DAWS, Harold ... 28/11/15 

1623 FAIRBAIRN, George Eric ... ... 24/10/14 

2425 GILLOTT, Cecil ... ... ... 3/10/15 

3658 HINES, Austin ... ... ... 28/11/15 

1962 JERWOOD, John Hugh ... ... 3/12/14 

1126 MASSINGHAM, Godfrey ... ... 8/10/14 

4226 MEACOCK, Robert Hugh 2$/ 5/16 

4332 MELLOR, Arnold ... ... ... io/ 1/16 

3475 MOORE, Percival 15/4/15 

3330 TAYLOR, Robert Clark ... ... 1/3/15 

1624 ROSHER, John Brenchly ... ... 23/ 9/14 

1928 WILSON, Harold George ... ... 26/ 1/15 

761539 ALLBEURY, William .. ... ... 2/ 4/17 

763814 BREWER, Alexander George ... 3O/ 5/17 

2960 BROMLEY, L/Cpl. Cyril John Herbert 16/12/16 

763287 BORROWDALE, William Graydon ... 2p/ 3/17 

763173 CARNEY, John Joseph ... ... 2gj 

764821 DAVISON, Thomas ... ... ... 24/ 

766461 HALFORD-ADCOCK, Herbert Harfield io/ 9/18 

769150 JACKSON, Francis Henry ... ... i^/ 2/19 

763338 KEMP, George Hubert ... ... if 3/17 



io Lieut. 

io Died of wounds 31/1/16 

io w. -/3/i6 DjW 12/10/16 

14 Lieut. *& (M.G.C.) w. 12/4/18 

io Killed in action 26/12/16 

io Died of wounds 20/6/15 

14 Lieut. ^ w. -/i 1/16, 19/4/18 

io Died of wounds 15/12/15 

I o Major ^ w. -/i i/i 5, 9/10/17 

TJ z/>/. [^7-4 21/3/18 

2 j Killed in action 19/10/16 
2 J / J Bounded -/ 1 1 / 1 6 
j Lieut. 



Lt.-Col. D.s.o.(2) ij& w. -/8/i5, 
Lieut. [-/i i/i 5, -/8/i6 U)(2) 

>J F/D 

Wounded 20/12/17, 25/6/18 
Lieut. 



14 



(R.F.C.) Killed in action 1/6/18 




E. P. BENNETT, V.C. 



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DURHAM L.I. (S/B). 



241 



MARKS, John 

MATTHEWS, Beyton Frazer Stanwix 

McBAiN, Hubert 

NEWCOMBE, Percy Charles ... 

PHILLIPS, George Hale 

PRIESTMAN, Charles Cyril ... 

REID, Alexander Tennant ... 

ROBERTSON, Frederick Kearton 

SHARP, Ernest Goulding 

SMITH, Frank Edward Corbitt Douglas 

TAYLOR, Robert 

WALTON, Sydney 

WHITE, Cpl. Clarence Alfred Burker 

WOOD, John ... 



3/17 Lieut. Killed in action 24/10/18 



19/12/16 

17/12/16 
19/12/16 

3/ 51 1 7 iS 
2 9 / 5/18 

3/ 2 /i9 
26/ 6/18 
26/ 9/1 6 ij Lieut. 

3/ 3/1-9 
J / 3/ r 7 * Wounded \l 
12/11/16 22 

27/12/18 



Wounded 19/5/17 

. (-\N. Stafford} w. 12/9/1 8 



(R.G.A.) 



Attached to 

764812 BIRCH, Cpl. Harold .., 

761309 COLLINGS, Lionel Lapidge ... 

763986 COOK, William Tucker 

763097 CORY, Douglas Howard Crawford 

760416 COWL, Clifford Horace Henry 

762186 FARNES, Herbert Edgar 

762221 PATON, Thomas Howard Moore 

761394 PRESTWICH, Herbert Webb ... 

762064 ROBERTS, Oswald Dale 

761011 ROFFEY, L/Cpl. Norman Laurence 

762155 ROUTH, Reginald Paul 

760805 SMITH, Cpl. Frederick Allan 

4962 STAINES, L/Cpl. Tom Fenn 

761477 THOMPSON, Richard Taylor 

762793 WEBB, Philip Henry 

761904 WEBBER, Walter James 

761357 WYNN, George William Limerick 



Labour Corps. 

.. io/ 3/17 Capt. 

... io/ 3/17 (R.A.F.) 

... io/ 3/17 Lieut. 

... 10/3/17 Lieut. 

... 10/3/17 Lieut. 

... io/ 3/17 Lieut. 

... io/ 3/17 Lieut. Wounded 1 1/6/17 

... io/ 3/17 Lieut. 

... 10/3/17 Lieut. 

... io/ 3/17 Lieut. 

... 10/3/17 Lieut. 

... io/ 3/17 Lieut. 

... 10/3/17 Lieut. 

... io/ 3/17 Lieut. 

... io/ 3/17 Lieut. 

... io/ 3/17 Lieut. HI 

... io/ 3/17 Lieut. 



THE ESSEX REGIMENT. 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2). 

2nd Lieut. 

2449 ALLEN, Geoffrey Austin 

845 GLENCROSS, Sgt. Leslie Harold 

1476 GOODCHILD, Stanley Cecil ... 

1070 HORNE, Owen Walters 

2556 JASPER, Reginald Frederick T. 



f 44th Foot 
I 58th Foot 



Killed in action 1/7/16 
26 / 5/15 2 Lieut. Wounded -/7/ '16 
i5/ 8/15 2 Killed in action 1/7/16 
9/ 5/15 2 Z/Vw/. >Ji 

Wounded -1 



242 



ESSEX REGIMENT (R/B). 



1773 MIDDLEDITCH, Archibald Milne 


3/12/14 2 Lieut. Killed in action 1/7/16 


1876 PURKISS-GINN, Stewart 


io/ 7/15 2 Lieut. 


1872 ROBINS, Arthur Howis 


I0 / 7/ x S 2 Lieut. Accjwounded 7/8/15 


2263 STRAIGHT, Robert Malcolm 


i5/ 8/15 2 Lieut. 


996 WARD, Laurence James 


i5/ 8/15 2 Capt. 


765110 BRYANT, Alexander Lawrence 


31/10/17 i 


760565 DAVIES, Arthur Charles 


4/ 8/17 i %* Wounded 5/12/17 


6791 DAVIS, James Martineau 


26/ 9/1 6 2 Lieut. 


762517 EDEY, William John... 


8/1 1/ 1 6 i Killed in action 1/2/18 


762287 GARVIN, William Miles 


6/10/17 i Killed in action 23/9/17 


765175 HUNT, Arthur Warner 


31/10/17 1(11} Died of wounds 28/4/18 


Special Reserve Battalion (No. 3). 


2581 GIBSON,- Geoffrey Currey 


I5/ 8/14 J(JT) Capt. Wounded -/9/I5 


1385 WARNER, L/Cpl. Bernard Oldershaw 


2 5/ 4/J5 3(i} Li*- > i/7/i 6 &IA i9/5/'7 


5332 ASHDOWNE, Kenneth 


26/ 9/1 6 3 Lieut. >fc Wounded 1/6/18 


766151 HICHAM, Leonard ... 


i/ 5/i8 


763111 MOORE, Kenneth William James ... 


i/ 3/17 (n) Killed in action 15/9/17 


763245 SPRATT, Noel Newton 


28/ 3/17 Wounded 3/10/18 


Territorial Battalions (Nos. 4 to 8). 


573 BARBER, Sgt. John ... 


i6/ 4/15 4 Lieut. (R.E.) K\A 27/9/17 


1227 COLVIN, Sgt. Alexander 


i5/ 4/15 5 Capt. * Bl 


4698 COPE, Sgt. Howard Septimus 


i3/ 6/1 6 7 Lieut. Prisoner of war 16/5/18 


1626 DEACON, Sgt. Roderick Scripps 


3/ 4/15 4 Lieut. (6/ 'Suffolk] 


4713 DEAN, Sgt. William Thomas 


i3/ 6/1 6 7 Lieut. Bl 


1015 ELLIOTT, L/Cpl. Hedley E. Denys ... 


15/12/14 5 Lieut. Prisoner of war 8/5/18 


3819 GAGE, Thomas William 


2o/ 8/15 4 Lieut. 


1208 LEE, Reginald William 


7/ 3/15 4 Capt. * Bl 


1917 MAYOR, Hilary Raphael 


23/ 9/M 5 Capt. R.T.O. 


2545 PINNEY, Frank Stanley 


1 1/ 3/15 6 Lieut. Wounded 12/10/18 


2206 SCUDAMORE, Stephen 


2/ 3/15 6 Lieut. 


2470 SEALE, Cedric Stephen St. Brelade... 


2 3/ 3/ x 5 7 Lieut. Wounded 26/8/15 


2522 TURNER, L/Cpl. Ronald 


J 5/ 4/*5 5 Killed in action 15/8/16 


4008 AULAGNIER, Frank Charles ... 


i3/ i/ 1 6 7 Z*'//. 


1659 BRYANT, Edgar Humphrey 


19/12/15 5 Z///. 


2932 DODD, Harry Ernest . 


29/10/15 d C<z//. o>. 13/11/17,26/10/18 


3974 DURLACHER, Neville Godfrey 


10/11/15 ^ Lieut. Wounded 14/9/18 


2416 GOODRICH, Eustance Edmund 


3/10/15 4 ZKK/. 


3812 JOAD, Sidney Frank ... 


25/11/15 ^ Z/V/. 


1824 JOHNSTON, Edgar John Circuit 


26/11/15 j (From 1 2/ Warwick) Lieut. 


3593 MACAULAY, Sgt. William Henry 


18/11/15 j- C/ Wounded 10/9/18 


12 1 1 ORDISH, Fairman John 


3/10/15 ^ Lieut. 


4512 PALMER, L/Cpl. Francis Noel 


2o/ 1/1 6 5 Lieut. 



ESSEX REGIMENT (T/F). 



3855 PETKER, Wilfred Guy 

4030 PINE, L/Cpl. Alfred Walter 

4487 REW, L/Cpl. Douglas Jolland 

2995 THEAK, Horace Leonard 

4671 WILKINSON, William Donald 

1259 WILLIAMSON, Gerald Coutts 

4408 BIRD, Charles Edwin 

6251 CLARK, Gilbert Stuart 

6101 CUNNINGHAM, Leslie Charles 

763721 DENNY, Stanley Edward 

765837 EVANS, Reginald Buckingham 

763968 FAIRHURST, William Ewart ... 

6140 GJERTSEN, Rudolf ... 

764242 HICKS, George Albert 

5126 HUGHES, Alfred Vernon 

762937 LOCKWOOD, Eric Jardine 

6162 PARFITT, Alfred John 

764845 RABBAGE, Percy 

764849 RIPPER, Frank Sterley 

763436 SCAIFE, Arthur John... 

5032 SCOTT, Cecil ... 

6142 SERVANTE, Stewart Quartermain 

6301 TAYLOR, Ernest Reginald ... 

5554 THOMAS, George Henry 

766065 THOMSON, Basil Wilfred 

6144 TWEDDLE, William John 

765525 WATSON, Francis George 

6133 YOUNG, Vivian Cecil Hardinge 



25/11/15 4 Lieut. (-/Oxford &> Bucks) 
18/11/15 5 Lieut. 

3 1/ 5/16 5 Killed in action 28/6/17 
10/10/15 4- Lieut. Died of wounds 4/5/17 
2 1 6/1 6 j Killed in action 14/11/16 
10/10/15 4 Lieut. Killed in action 9/10/17 

23/ 6/1 6 5 Killed in action 17/2/17 
1 1/ 7/16 7 Lieut. 

5/ 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 
27 / 6/17 4 

2 9/ 5/ lS 5 Wounded 26/10/18 
1 1/ 5/16 4 HJ 

5/ 9/1 6 4 Capt. ^ F/D B2 
i7/ 6/17 4 

5/ 9/16 4 Wounded 31/8/17 
27; 3/17 4 * 

5/ 9A 6 ^ 
i7/ 6/1-7 4 
IT/ 6/17 4 

2 7/ 3/i7 4 

1 1/ 7/1 6 7 Killed in action 31/7/17 

6/ 8/1 6 (5 Z/tf. 

1 1/ 7/1 6 7 Ca// * Killed in action 11/8/18 

1 1/ 7/16 7 Wounded 15/8/17 



5/9/i6 4(7) 
18/12/17 7 
19/12/16 4 



Killed in action 16/4/17 



Service Battalions (New Armies). 



3468 FARRAR, Francis Joseph 

4448 FINN, William 

2629 GARDNER, George Herbert ... 

3526 GRAY, Hugh Richard 

3086 HICKSON, Reginald Davies ... 

3110 NESLING, Robert Edward ... 

1998 PRICE, Kenneth Dodds 

2447 RANALOW, Arthur Vivian ... 

4255 RIDGWAY, William 

4444 RUTHERFORD, William Francis 

5084 WATT, John Millar 

1683 WITHER, Alexander MacCraig 

767293 ALEXANDER, Nathaniel 

765216 BILLING, Arthur William 

768146 BLAXILL, Alan Donald 



2 5/ 3A5 I0 Lie 

2 5/ 5/ J 6 12 Lieut. 

i4/ 8/15 12 To O.D. 

20/ 7/15 12 Lieut. Wounded 1/7/16 

I0 / 3/ z 5 9 Capt. >J< Died of wounds 30/4/1 7 

28/11/15 c? 

12/12/15 7T 
28/11/15 70 

9/ 3/i6 7c? 

8/ 3/16 7<? 

2/ 6/1 6 12 Lieut. T& 

26 / 2/15 7 



Wounded 22/8/18 



28/11/17 
i?/ 3/>9 



244 



ESSEX REGIMENT (S/B). 



768895 


BOWMAN, John Herbert 


i7/ 3/i9 




767768 


BRAMWELL, John Cameron 


3/ 3/i9 




762554 


BRAY, William 


3<V 5/'7 


Lieut. 


768335 


BRIDGE, William Arthur 


i7/ 3/i9 




760147 


BROWN, Sgt. William John 


5/ 2 / J 9 




760973 


BROWNE, Sidney Noel 


26/ 6/17 


9 


769226 


BUNFORD, John Henry 


57 2 A9 




768096 


BURCHELL, Cecil Malcolm ... 


i8/ 3/19 




767869 


BUTT, Douglas Morton 


4/ 3/ J 9 




7366 


CAPPER, Ernest Raphael 


21/12/16 


9 Capt. * DlWasPlW2^\\2\^ 


762779 


CARPENTER, Archibald H. Downes 


2 6/ 4/17 




5474 


CHAPLVN, Cyril Edward 


25/ 2/17 


Wounded 1 3/8/ 1 7, ^/^ 26/4/18 


760155 


COMBER, Turner 


8/ 8/17 


p Ca//. * i< KjA 19/9/18 


768083 


CRICK, William Ernest 


i7/ 3/*9 




8249 


CRUSE, George Albert 


25/ I/*7 


7J? J/. 6^. C. Wounded 2 5/5/1 7 


767441 


DA WE, Walter William Frederick ... 


6/ 2/19 




*i f\*> cRn 




2Q/ 3/17 


Lieut. 


yuz^oy 
4845 


EAST, William 


m vl Jl " / 

2 4 / 1/17 


II Wounded 2/5/17 


767983 


EMBERSON, William Stanley... 


i/ 3/i9 




765412 


EVENETT, Percy Martin 


18/12/17 


Wounded 17/9/18 


765678 


FINDLAY, Lawrence Hewgill 


18/12/17 


Wounded 21/8/18 


760856 


GILMOUR, L/Cpl. Robert 


8/ 8/17 


P 


3358 


GOODYEAR, Frederick 


*5/ V 1 ? 


(2) Died of wounds 23/5/17 


767936 


GOULD, Alec 


i3/ 2/19 




768344 


HA WES, John William 


i2/ 2/19 




4187 


HAWKSWORTH, Henry Chas. Harold 


I4/ 8/16 


zo Z^/. * ^7^4 21/3/18 


761286 


HEWKLEY, Norman Thomas 


8/ 8/17 


P 


763104 


HODSON, Frederick Charles Moxey 


29/ 3/17 




767943 


KING, Gerald 


-/ -/^ 9 




765*3! 


KING, Harry Garfield 


31/10/17 


70 Killed in action 26/4/18 


768071 


LAING, Wilfred Davie 


*7/ 3/'9 




769184 


LICHFIELD, George Frederick 


5/ 2/19 




767807 


MARSHALL, Leo Gregory 


5/ 3/i9 




765597 


MASON, Henry James 


18/12/17 


Z/^/. * 


767880 


McAvoY, Denis George 


5/ 3/i9 




768279 


MEARS, Stephen Samuel 


J 9/ 3/ r 9 




768153 


MERCER, Geoffrey Hamish ... 


7/ 3/ J 9 




765 2 4I 


MOIR, Edwin William Cecil... 


28/11/17 




768281 


MORLEY, Bernard John 


i?/ 3/ r 9 




768031 


PENWILL, Leslie Charles Bingham ... 


i7/ 3/i9 




767130 


PRICE, William Leonard 


4/ 3/i9 




3598 


READ, Leonard St. Clair 


6/11/16 


ZV<?</ ze//$/7<? PIV 20/12/16 


762985 


ROCHFORD, Clement... 


2 9/ 3/i7 


(6) Lieut. 


764121 


SADLER, William Robert 


J 5/ 2/19 


Wounded 23/3/18 


768304 


SHAW, Cedric Norman 


*7/ 3/ J 9 




767458 


SHEPPEE, Harold Vaughan ... 


5/ 2/19 




766287 


SIMS, Arthur James Frederick 


i/ 5/i8 


Z/Vw/. Wounded 8/10/18 


768217 


SMITH, Esmond Louis 


i7/ 3/i9 





ESSEX REGIMENT (S/B). 



768261 SMITH, Percy Dugmore 

765779 SOUSTER, Stanley Richard ... 

766288 STRIDE, Harold John 

763313 TAYLOR, George Thomas ... 

768019 THIELE, William Charles 

762424 TUBES, Cyril Lawrence 

767091 WALLACE, Arthur Cyril 

768308 WORTH, Harry Ivie Stanley John 



18/12/17 
2 6/ 6/18 
29/ 3/ 1 ? 

i9/ 3/i9 
28/11/17 

!?/ 3/*9 



Killed in action 2/11/17 
Wounded 24/5/18 



THE ROYAL FUSILIERS 

(CITY OF LONDON REGIMENT). 



Regular Battalions (Not. 1, 2, 3 & 4). 



7th Foot 



2367 GUINNESS, Robert Celestin ... 

1408 MADAN, Arthur Gressley 

910 MEAD, Bernard Wallace 

292 PRICE, L/Cpl. Harold Strachan 

1178 STEARNS, Eric Gordon 

1651 YOUNG, Henry Harman 

762327 DYER, Francis Everton 

763534 MACL/ACHLAN, Robert 

5022 MAINGOT, Ronald Joseph ... 

5960 O'CONNOR, Bernard Joseph 

5530 PENNY, Bernard Willoughby 



2nd Lieut. 

i;/ 2/15 4 Capt. Bde.MIG.O. w. -/3/i6 
23/ 8/14 I Capt. Bde. M/G.O. w. -/i/iy 
5/ 4/15 4 Died of wou?ids 2/6/15 
2 3/ 4/ J 5 3 Killed in action 24/5/15 
5/ 4/15 4 Died of wounds 6/8/15 
9/ 5 1 1 5 3 Lieut. Killed in action 24/5/15 

3o/ 5/17 4 Wounded 6/9/18 

i/ 3/17 4 Lieut. Wounded 7/11/18 
19/12/16 2 Zz/A Wounded 17/12/17 
26/ 9/1 6 j Z*Vtf/. Killed in action 4/10/18 
i8/ 3/17 2 Died of wounds 18/8/17 



Special Reserve Battalions (Nos. 5 to 7). 



3422 DUNT, Leslie Ambrose 

7999 ADAMS, Alfred Edward St. John 

763285 BARTHOLOMEW, Sydney Arthur 

4915 BOLLAND, Frederick William Henry 

761715 BYERS, Arthur Paulet 

766045 COOK, Raymond Arthur 

762750 GJEMS, Albert Ole Moller ... 

762785 MASTERS, Charles William ... 

762350 NOKES, William 

767632 WILLIAMS, John Alfred Arkill 



i2/ 6/15 6 Lieut. 

z6j 1/17 6 Lieut. Wounded 10/10/17 
2 *V 3/17 5 Employed at W.O. 

8/ 7/1 6 7(26) Killed in action 7/6/17 
2 9 / 3/17 6(4) 
23/ 4/iS 5 . 

2 9/ 3/ J 7 5( 2 } Killed in action 8/8/17 
3/ 5/ 1 / J(^) Killed in action 30/8/17 



S/ 



246 



ROYAL FUSILIERS. 



Service Battalions (New Armies). 


2347 ARTHUR, James Ferguson ... 


5/ 1/15 14 Lieut. 


2587 BASTABLE, L/Cpl. Francis J. Norman 


29/ 6/15 14 Lieut. W T ounded 


1958 BULGIN, Reginald 


22/12/14 ^5 Lieut. Wounded -/8/i6 


1992 CHUTER, Henry Athelstan ... 


22/12/14 16 (R.F.C.} KjA 25/3/17 


1490 COLLEY, Ernest Vincent 


9/ 2/15 16 ( Tank Corps} D] ^23/8/17 


2889 CUMBERLEGGE, Geoffrey F. J. 


6/10/14 ii Bde. Major D.S.O. ^ F/D 1 


2583 DAVIES, Victor Kenneth Neville 


!$/ 6/15 15 Lieut. [/. -/9/i6 &( 2 ) ) 


4317 DEER, John Hartley 


8/ i /i 6 14 Lieut. * iSjK.R.R. T 


1589 GILLBEE, Sidney John 


24/10/15 io Lieut. Wounded -l$l 16 


3781 HOARE, Walter John Gerald 


7/10/14 ii Capt. D.S.O. K\A 25/10/16 UX 


3256 JONES, William Riels 


7/ 4/15 12 Lieut. 


2471 LARLHAM, Percival Edward 


I2/ 3/15 12 Capt. 


2482 PEACOCK, Edward Gordon ... 


7/11/15 9 Killed in action 7/7/16 


4816 SHAW, Cpl. Walter Douglas 


5/ 2/16 27 >fc Died oj wounds 8/11/18 


2342 SKEET, Challon Hasler Lufkin 


13/11/14 12 Lieut. Prisoner of war 2 9/ 1 o/i 5 


2647 THORN, Arthur Percy 


9/ 1/15 is Lieut. 


2646 THORN, Frederick Charles ... 


9/ i/ 1 5 I 5 Lieut. 


7078 ADDIS, David Malcolm 


21/12/16 26 Lieut. Died of wounds 9/6/17 


768264 ALEXANDER, Robert Guy ... 


i?/ 3/*9 


767294 BALDWIN, Arthur Edward ... 


5/ /*9 


763840 BANCKS, Henry Arthur 


26/ 4/17 Lieut. Wounded 2/1/18 


763943 BARKER, Ronald Alfred 


3/ 5/'7 2O Lieut. Wounded 26/4/18 


5830 BARRACLOUGH, Jackson Garth 


5/ 9/16 17 Lieut. M.B.E. 


767147 BELL, Stanley John ... 


S/ 3/i9 


763358 BOUND, Rowland Beavis 


2 *V 3/ T 7 Z/V#/. Emp. Min. oj Shipping 


763983 BRAIN, Percy George ... "*... 


21 1 6/17 (2) Wounded 20/12/17 


763020 BREALY, Samuel George 


28/ 3/17 /2 Z/rf. * (M.G.C.} 


767671 BRUCK, Sydney Frank 


-1 3/19 


763843 BUCKINGHAM, Lawrence Frederick... 


3 o/ 5/17 j?4 CV#/. (R.A.F.) 


768688 BURNETT, Cyril Frederick Parry 


i3/ 2/19 


763288 BURROWS, Walter Frank 


i / 8/17 TJ Wounded 21/9/18 


767982 CAPP, Edward Henry 


i3/ 2/19 


767552 CHEESMAN, Gordon Byron ... 


6/ 3/19 


767902 CHURCHMAN, Stanley 


6/ 3/i9 


768120 COCKMAN, Reginald Talfourd 


io/ 3/19 


764191 COCKELL, Dudley Hugh 


3 1 / 7/ J 7 3 2 Wounded 24/5/18 


767710 GOLEM AN, Allan John Peddie 


4/ 3/19 


769364 COOKE, Stanley Charles Frank 


5/ 2 / J 9 


6151 COOPER, Frederick Edmund 


19/12/16 2(5 Lieut. DiedoJ wounds 18/12/18 


764192 COWAN, Alfred 


i/ 8/17 Employed Ministry of Munitions 


768950 DAY, George Harold 


t-ll 3/ 3 9 


761406 DEVEREUX, Wilfred 


3/ 5/ J 7 


768142 DYNE, Francis Leigh Bradley 


I2/ 2/19 


763177 EDE, Edwin William 


28 / 3/ J 7 Jjr ^/^ * -^7-^ 3/ 8 / lS 


763030 EVANS, George Emlyn Thomas Hulse 


28/3/17 ^ 



ROYAL FUSILIERS (S/B). 



247 



761442 FISHER, George Richard Samuel ... 


2/ 8/17 22 Wounded 18/4/18 


767461 FOLKES, Cpl. Percy Leonard 


5/ 2 I 1 9 


764196 FRANCIS, William Joseph 


27/ 6/T7 12 Killed in action 23/3/18 


6104 FROST, Edgar Allen ... 


19/12/16 13 Lieut. 


768320 GREEN, Albert Victor 


i8/ 3/i9 


765716 GREENFIELD, Ernest Flamank 


r / 5/ 18 5 1 Grad. Bn. 


760651 HANKIN, Frederick ... 


26 1 4/17 ii Lieut. 


4895 HARRIS, L/Cpl. Francis 


4/ 1/17 ii Wounded 12/9/18 


762834 HAWKER, Sgt. Stanley Wm. Adrian 


3/ 2 / J 9 


7304 HAYES, Frederick Charles ... 


22/11/16 32 Lieut. 


763181 HENDRY, Charles Arthur 


26/4/17 9 Killed in action 27/3/18 


768167 HILDERSLEY, Stanley H. Hamilton 


i8/ 3/'9 


761536 HOPPER, Sgt. George 


4/3/19 Wounded 30/10/17 1H(2) 


763529 HUGGINS, Robert Henry 


i/ 3/17 9 Capt. (K.A.R.) 


1676 HYAMS, Geoffrey 


9/ 6/15 38 Capt. (Late R.L.R.} m 


762835 IRELAND, John Watson 


28 / 3/17 22 Prisoner of war 10/5/18 


765946 ISAACS, Vincent Harcourt ... 


27/ 2/1 8 9 Killed in action 21/9/18 


762505 JENKINS, John Lewis 


3/ 2 /'9 


5508 JONES, L/Cpl. Albert Ashton 


5/ 9/i6 


6516 JONES, Robert Holford 


5/ 9/ J 6 13 Lieut. 


766866 JORDON, Leslie Clifford Ellismere ... 


6/ 2/19 


767680 KESSELS, Stanley Harold 


4/ 3/19 


7 6 5555 KILHAM, Frank Lawton 


28/11/17 13 Wounded 8/3/18 


763890 LANE, Herbert Alexander ... 


3/ 5/ J 7 22 Wounded 9J if i& 


765370 LANGDON, Edgar Mortimer ... 


28/11/17 Lieut, w. Commdt. P\W Camp 


760690 LARCOMBE, Harry Reginald Reader 


26 / 4/17 Killed in action 2/9/17 


765951 MANN, Percival John 


2 7 / 2/18 


763468 MARTIN, Alban Stotesbury ... 


26 / 4/17 77 Zw//. 


766763 MELLOR, Bernard Francis ... 


3/ 2 /i9 


767912 MOODY, John Clive ... 


3/ 3/i9 


765186 MORRIS, Walter Brabazon ... 


28/11/17 7j? " Wounded 4/9/1 8 


762864 MULLANE, Bernard Patrick ... 


24/4/17 p Died of wounds 1/4/18 


7252 MUMFORD, Thomas John Curtis 


21/12/16 7j Lieut. 


7332 NICHOLSON, Humphrey Arthur 


5/ 8/1 6 J7 Prisoner of war 14/5/18 


765464 NORMAN, Martyn 


27/11/17 


7^5599 NORRIS, Arthur ... ' ... 


18/12/17 J"2 Grad. Bn. w. 12/10/18 


763432 O'DoNOHUE, Mortimer William 


3/ 5/ x 7 2 ^ Z^w/ 1 . Wounded 31/8/17 


766656 OWEN, Albert Edward 


26/ 6/18 


5352 PEARSON, William Donovan 


27/ 2/17 75 Lieut. Wounded 24/4/17 


768074 PEPPIATT, Cyril Frederick ... 


i7/ 3/ J 9 


760714 PHILLIPS, Clifford Solomon... 


26/ 4/17 Wounded 9/5/18 


768201 POLLEY, Norman George Frederick 


i7/ 3/!9 


765513 PROVIS, Harold 


18/12/17 


767823 PURVER, Thomas Gabriel ... 


5/ 3/i9 


765470 PYE, Harry Arnold 


28/11/17 2<5 Wounded 26/4/18 


764177 REID, Algernon Frederick ... 


2 5/ 4/ x 7 /'row R.A.F. 


767526 ROBINSON, Alexander Guyot 


6/ 2/19 


762471 SAVOURS, Herbert Jay 


2 9/ 3/ 1 ? Zj? " Z/i?w/. ^ Wounded 13/8/17 



248 



ROYAL FUSILIERS (S/B). 



763603 SEABROOKE, Joseph .. 


3/ 5/ T 7 2 3 Wounded 


12/12/17 


762914 SIZEN, Reginald 


2 9/ 3/ 1 ? 23 * * 




5421 SMYTH, Leonard Charles 


... 5/ 9/1 6 Lieut. (Labour Corps] 


765604 SPEAKMAN, Alan Edwards ... 


... 18/12/17 Killed in 


action 5/9/18 


769029 STEAVENSON, Harold Vernon 


... si 2/19 




767628 STIFF, Cecil Robert ... 


*7/ 3/ x 9 




6451 STREDDER, Cecil Alfred Edward 


... 26/ 9/1 6 24 Lieut. 




766796 SUTHERIN, Vivian Oscar 


... 3 / 2/19 




763171 TAYLOR, Cecil Henry 


...29/3/17 8 Lieut. 




761374 TIERNEY, Thomas Joseph ... 


. 26/ 4/17 24 




763014 TOOLEY, Ronald Frank 


... 29/ 3/17 c> Lieut. D 


ft 


764277 TREVELYAN, Dennis John ... 


... i/ 8/17 32 




5357 TUBE, Stanley William Adam 


... i8/ 3/17 13 Lieut. 




767888 TUBES, Edwin Homewood ... 


... I2/ 2/I 9 




767466 WADIE, Victor Hubert 


... 6/ 2/19 




767273 WALWIN, Reginald Edgar ... 


... 6/ 2/19 




766945 WARD, George Morton 


... 6/ 2/19 




768597 WATTS, James Neil ... 


... 5/ 2/19 




767761 WHITAKER, Bernard Theodore 


5/ 3/ J 9 




763006 WHYTE, Mark Gilchrist 


... 29/ 3/17 20 Killed in 


tf<r/20;z 19/8/18 


763143 YOUNG, James Cecil 


... 26 / 4/17 32 Killed in 


<r/Wz 6/4/18 


767762 YOUNGMAN, Reginald 


4/ 3/19 





THE GLOUCESTERSHIRE REGIMENT. 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2). 



f 28th Foot 
1 61st Foot 



1865 

2053 

6047 
4824 
4801 

4793 
6643 

3469 
2051 

765591 



2nd Lieut. 

WAKELEY, John Eric Stanley ... 11/6/15 

WITCOMB, Charles Edward 29/8/15 

BROWNE, William Robert 20/12/16 

CANNING, Ernest Harold 14/4/17 

Cox, Lupton James .. ... ... 6/1/17 

DENTON, Leslie Albert 6/1/17 

DOHERTY, Fred 26/ 9/16 

FORBES, George Freeman Murray ... 7/11/16 

GOULD, Arthur Nutcombe 7/11/16 

HENLEY, Walter George 27/11/17 

LAMBERT, William Henry 5/8/17 

PULLEN, Godfrey Frank 22/11/16 



/ .Z?jV^ 0/ wounds 9/9 / 1 6 HI 
2 Lieut. >fr Wounded 

Wounded 18/10/17 
jr (R.A.F.} D.F.C. ACC/K^IIOJI^ 
i Killed in action 18/4/18 
7 Lieut, 
i 

i Lieut. ^ 
z Z/<?/. >J< Wounded 7/5/18 

(2/4 Leicester] w. 3/10/18 
j" Woimded 28/9/18 
7 Zz>/. Wounded 9/10/18 



GLOUCESTERSHIRE REGIMENT. 



249 



Special Reserve Battalion (No. 3). 



766982 ADAMS, Anstey George Curtis 

763752 CLARKE, Howard Gilbert 

6376 FOSKETT, L/Cpl. Robert F. J. 

764207 ROWDEN, Edgar John 

8265 WARREN, Ivan John 



30/10/18 

27/6/17 CO T.M.B. m 

8/ 7/1 6 (8) Lieut. 
1 1 8/17 Lieut. 
25 / 1/17 (j) Died of wounds 8/3/18 



Territorial Battalions (Nos. 4 to 6). 



3562 CHUTTER, George Philip ... ... 1/11/15 5 

4153 CRUICKSHANK, Herbert William ... 1/11/15 5 

4739 HARVEY, Eric Howard ... ... 16/10/15 5 

4185 HOLMES, Edward John ... ... 1/11/155 

3906 HOUGHTON, Noel Dudley 1/11/15 5 

4190 LINTERN, Leslie Edwin ... ... 1/11/15 5 

4227 PAGE, Harry Albert ... ... ... 17/12/15 6 

4127 RUBINSTEIN, Ronald Francis ... 1/11/155 

6470 BIRCH, Alfred Victor ... ... i5/ 6/16 6 

4723 BORRIE, Percy John ... ... ... i5/ 6/16 6 

4262 DEATON, L/Cpl. Albert Joseph ... i6/ 6/16 6 

4561 GRAY, Cpl. Harold Vernon i5/ 6/16 6 

4344 HOWARD, Gilbert Gordon ... i5/ 6/16 6 

4812 JOHNSTON, John Darrell 2/6/165 

3975 LYLE, Cpl. Alfred Houston ... ... 2/ 6/16 5 

5064 MALLETT, Archibald Walter ... i6/ 6/16 6 

4661 MAY, Richard Hermon ... ... i5/ 6/16 6 

5075 ROSE, William Henry Smith ... i5/ 6/16 6 

5805 SKEY, Leonard George ... ... i5/ 6/16 6 

4796 STONE, Max Thomas Burgoyne ... 2/ 6/16 5 

5103 WOODROFFE, Alfred Graham ... 15/6/160 

6092 ASTON, Alfred John George... ... 5/ 9/16 4 

6745 BAILEY, Gilbert 9/ 9/16 4 

6182 BAND, George Eliot ... r7T"~ ... z6/ 9/16 4 

5463 BARRETT, Henry 23/11/16 4 

6785 BEADELL, Alfred George ... ... 5/ 9/16 4 

764084 BEAVON, Donald James 3o/ 5/17 4 

4646 BEAVON, Cpl. John Alfred 5/ 9/16 4 

763919 BEESON, Alfred Charles i7/ 6/17 4 

4296 BENSON, L/Cpl. Thomas Norman ... 5/ 9/16 4 

6249 BEST, Gordon ... ... ... 26/ 9/16 4 

5041 BICKLEY, L/Cpl. Alec n/ 7/16 6 

5042 BICKLEY, L/Cpl. Cecil Wallace ... n/ 7/16 6 
5729 BUNN, Robert William Edwin ... 5/ 9/16 ^ 
5614 BURDETT, Basil ... ... ... 5/ 9/16 4 

5648 CAYLEY, Percy John.. ... ... 5/ 9/16 4 



Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Capt. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Capt. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Capt. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 



Killed in action 15/6/18 
Wounded 11/10/17 
* * w. 13/5/18 K\A I 
,(6/ Devon) " [30/9/18 ) 
Wounded -i6 



PI W (released 20/11/18) 



Died of wounds 29/10/18 
* Wounded 18/4/18 

Wounded 20/12/17 
Wotmded 20/10/18 
Wounded -/4/i? 



Lieut. Wounded 7/4/17 
Lieut. Wounded 26/3/17 
Wounded 27/8/17, 3/12/17 
Wounded %l ii I id 
Killed in action 1 3/4/ 1 7 
Killed in action 27/8/17 
Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Wounded 7/9/17 

Lieut. Wounded 17/9/16 



ZM/. (M.G.C.} Missing 13/6/18 
Lieut. Wounded 1/2/17 



250 



GLOUCESTERSHIRE REGIMENT (T/F). 



6098 CLEAVER, Percival Arthur 

5573 COATES, Richard Reginald ... 

765530 COOPER, William Charles 

908 CROWE, L/Cpl. Arthur Alex. Roberts 

6102 BUTTON, Wilfred Joseph 

4155 ELLIOTT, Wilby Charles 

4893 ELLIS, L/Cpl. Hubert French 

6758 FERRIS, Henry Norman ... 

6055 FLEMING, Sidney Herbert 

6056 Fox, Edwin Clement 

7154 GALLOP, Harold Henry 

5255 GRIFFIN, Edward William ... 

6001 GROSE, Henry Hicks 

7853 GURNEY, Kenneth Gerrard ... 

5013 HADLEY, Ernest Sidney 

6106 HARRIS, Cornelius Arthur ... 

6220 HOLLINGSWORTH, Christopher R. ... 

764098 JOSEPHS, Edward Albert Warwick ... 

763829 KETHRO, George Gordon ... 

6708 KOWIN, James 

6609 LEE-SMITH, Kenneth 

5773 LEMON, L/Cpl. Martin Mark Stanley 

762374 LINDREA, Wilfred George ... ... 

6228 LOOMS, Alfred ... 

6122 MACE, Alfred 

5781 MATTOCKS, Charles Frederick 

5347 MEADE, Cyril 

5274 MILLER, Frederick Charles ... 

5375 MURCH, Leslie Charles 

5961 OSBORNE, Frank John 

5865 OSBORNE, Percy Arthur 

6717 PAINTER, Herbert Thomas Harold... 

5790 PEARS, Norman 

763624 PHILLIPS, Ernest 

5074 PRICE, Frederick Norman ... 

6817 PUTTICK, Hubert Claude ... 

5281 RAGGETT, Edward Leonard 

6692 RAWLINGS, Frank Richard 

5214 RIPPERGER, L/Cpl. Harold T. Alvin 
762581 ROBERTS, Daniel John ... .,. 

765193 SANKEY, Humphrey 

5803 SHINER, Frederick Walter 

6932 SHUTE, George Francis 

760843 SILES, Sidney Herbert 

5807 SLEAP, Josiah Weldon 

7238 STEEL, Norman 

4940 STEPHENS, George ... 

5713 STREETS, Alfred William ' 



5/ 9/1 6 4 Lieut. Wounded 10/9/17 

5/ 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 
27/11/17 6 Wounded 17/6/18 

5/ 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 

5/ 9/1 6 4 Lieut. ?& 
26 1 9/16 4 Lieut. M 

4/ 9/1 6 4(8} Lieut. 
29/ 9/1 6 4 Killed in action 9/10/17 
29/ 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 
26 / 9/1 6 4 Lieut, 
21/12/16 3 Lieut. \_KJA 16/9/18 i 

4/ 8/16 6 Lieut. (Jt.A.F.) w. 10/9/17 ) 
i9/ 9/1 6 4(5) Lieut. 

19/12/16 j Died of wounds P\W 17/12/17 Hi 
26/ 9/1 6 4 Killed in action 27/8/17 
23/11/16 4 Lieut. 
26 / 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 
21 1 6/17 5 * 

3/ 5/i7 4 

5/ 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 
23/1 i/i 6 5 Lieut. 

5/ 9/16 4 Lieut. (M.G.C.) 
29 / 3/17 4 Killed in action 30/3/18 

S/ 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 

5/ 9/1 6 4 Lieut. Wounded 1/9/17 
26 / 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 

5 1 9/ z 6 5 Killed in action 5/4/17 

4/ 8/1 6 6 Lieut. Killed in action 24/4/18 
26/ 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 

5/ 9/1 6 4 Lieut. Wounded 16/4/17 
n/ 7/16 6 Wounded 11/7/16 

5/ 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 

26 / 9/1 6 4 Killed in action 24/4/17 
30/10/17 4 
5/ 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 
26 / 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 
i i/ 7/16 6 

26 / 9/1 6 4 Prisoner of war 4/1/18 
26/ 9/1 6 4 Lieut. * KjA 23/10/18 
26 / 4/17 4 Wounded 10/9/17 
28/11/17 5 Lieut. 
6/ 9/1 6 4 Lieut. (R.E.} 

5/ 9/1 6 4 Died while P/W 13/10/17 

i3/ 5/i7 4 

5/ 9/1 6 4 Wounded 8/10/17 

n/ 7/16 5 Killed in action 16/8/17 

26/ 9/1 6 4 Lieut. Wounded 25/8/17 

26/ 9/16 4 Lieut. 



GLOUCESTERSHIRE REGIMENT (T/F). 



251 



6429 


SULLIVAN, Stanley Frederick 


26/ 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 


* 


6659 


TEBB, James Bertram 


26 1 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 






TIDDY, L/Cpl. Eric William Lacey ... 


26 / 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 


& 


6S4i 


TUSSAUD, Bernard Augustin 


16 1 9/1 6 4 Lieut 




4934 


VAUGHAN, L/Cpl. Matthew Francis 


26 / 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 




597i 


WALTER, Arthur Kitchener... 


29/ 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 




7008 


WARREN, Edwin Dorey 


26 / 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 


Wounded 22/10/17 


6 347 


WATTS, Arthur Henry 


26 / 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 




5085 


WHITE, Charles Dare 


1 1/ 7/16 6 Capt. 




6725 


WILSON, Ian MacLellan Turner 


26 / 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 




6665 


WINTLE, Howard George 


Si 9/16 4 * * 


Wounded -jlg]i^ 20/12/17 


768094 


Wix, Ernest Henry ... 


i?/ 3/ J 9 4 





2504 
2732 
2501 
2311 

2122 

2479 
2042 

7148 

761493 
768508 

769633 
767904 

7635 
763I5 

5652 
768646 
768822 
767874 

7328 
765321 
768825 

7155 
7655 8 9 
767125 

7410 
761673 

3570 

7424 
768545 

6293 

767939 
768172 



Service Battalions (New Armies). 



CORNWALL, Reginald Edwin 
EGERTON, Frederick Clement C. 
ELKINGTON, Christopher Garrett 
GARDINER, Philip Edwin 
HAMMOND, Hugh Jerold 
KIRKBY, Noel Walter 
WHITWORTH, Arthur Stuart ... 

CARNON, John Stanley Murray 
CARTER, Albert Harry 
CHEETHAM, John Crompton 
COLLYER, Charles Alexander Stewart 
DAW, Eustace Ernest William 
DRUCE, Clifford John 
DURRANT, Jack Riley Garton 
EATON, Harold 
ELWORTHY, Sidney George ... 
ESSEX, Alexander Clinch 
FLEMING, Robert Bruce 
FRAMPTON, John Reginald ... 
GEDYE, Alfred John ... ... 

GIBB, Roger ... 

GILLARD, Sidney Herbert 

GURNEY, Ronald Wilfred 

HALL, Robert Clive ... 

HERRING, David Duncan ... 

HUGHES, John Basil William 

JAMES, Samuel Forest 

JARVIS, Arthur 

KENSETT, Percy Frank 

LEMON, Kenneth Charles 

LOVETT, Francis James ... ... 

LYON, William Walter 



i3/ 2/19 
IS/ 2/19 



8/ 1/15 13 Capt. (ilYorks) 

S/ 1/15 p Capt. & Adjt. Inst. Duties 

23/11/14 8 Capt. D.S.O. Wounded |J1 

7/ 5/iS *? *'*' 

29/10/14 C//. Died of wounds 23/3/18 

i2/ 7/11; 7? Lieut. (ilYorks) 

I *JI *J *-* \wl * 

2/11/14 ^ Co^/. 

21/12/16 /o ZzVw/. Wounded 9/10/18 



Lieut. Wounded 21/12/17 
Killed in action 31/7/17 



Killed in action 3/7/17 

( 1 1 Dorset) Wounded 1 1 /8/ 1 8 

Lieut. 



12 Prisoner of war 14/6/18 
Prisoner of war 2/11/18 
4" Z///. Killed in action 18/1 1/16 
(/) * 



15 



25/ 

26/ 4/17 
26/ 9/1 6 

i3/ 2 / J 9 
5/ 2/19 
6/ 3/i9 
7 / 7/16 

18/12/17 

20/ 3/19 
2I/I2/I6 

3/ 2 / J 9 

4/ 3/'9 
23/11/16 



ip/ 9/1 6 

19/12/16 

i3/ 2/19 

7/ 7/i6 

5/ 3/"9 

I2/ 2/I 9 



GLOUCESTERSHIRE REGIMENT (S/B). 



765507 MASON, George Bowler 

768030 MORAN, Patrick Francis 

768946 POPE, Frederick John 

762642 PURTON, Thomas Downes ..'. 

764846 REED, William Arthur 

7188 SYKES, Isaac ... 

768092 TAIT, Alfred Andrew Donald 

7404 THOMSON, George Gordon ... 

5428 TROTMAN, Ewart Washington 

4818 TROUNCE, William Robert ... 

768306 VENMORE, James Archer 

3525 VINCENT, Basil Brittten 

768597 WATTS, James Harold 

767042 WET, Harry... 

4780 WILSON, .Robert Travis 

3568 WOOD, David Cardale 

768864 YIEND, Denis Andrew 



... 27/n/i7 



... i3/ 2/19 

... 3/8/17 8 Wounded 10/4/18 

... 28/11/17 

... 21/12/16 74 Wounded (P/W) 17/9/18 



... 23/11/16 7^ * 
...26/2/17 <? Lieut. 
... 24/ 1/17 70 Lieut. 



...20/6/16 <? Killed in action 23/7/16 

::: ; 7 7 / 



1/17 70 Z/V/. 
... 2o/ 6/1 6 8 Lieut. Killed in action 23] '7 / '16 
f 7/ 3/*9 



THE GORDON HIGHLANDERS. 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2). 



i 75th Foot 
< 92nd Foot 



1369 BERRY, John Anthony 

1450 BIRNIE, Reginald 

691 CHATER, Cpl. Alfred Dougan 

1766 DUFF, John Crerar ... 

1215 DUFF, Keith Mitchell 

1373 GILES, Geoffrey 

1437 HORSLEY, Oswald 

1436 HORSLEY, L/Cpl. Siward Myles 

997 MULOCK, Edward Ross 

1468 PRIDAY, Arthur Kenneth ... 

1732 SCOONES, Thomas Collins ... 

2411 WATES, Sidney Benjamin ... 

1367 WILLIAMSON, John Maurice 

8107 CRANNA, Alexander Park 

763875 DOUGLAS, Frederick 



and Lieut. 

20 / 3 /J 5 

3/ 3/15 

15/12/14 

5/ 4/15 

5/ 4/15 

20; 3/15 

15/12/14 

15/12/14 

15/12/14 

20/ 3/15 

3/ 3/15 

2o/ 3/15 
20/ 3/15 



Killed in action 25/9/15 

Ca//. 7?.^. Wounded 18/4/15 

Ca//. Wounded 11/3/15 

Wounded 12 1 $1 1 $ KjA 10/6/15 

Lieut. 

w. 17/5/15, -/4/i6 ^7^4 

Ca/A * ^< (R.F.C.) w. 9/1/15, 

20/7/15 Acc\Killed 1 9/8/1 8 BJ 

Wounded 12/3/15 ^. 25/12/20 

Killed in action 11/3/15 

Wounded 25/9/15 



(7//. Wounded 18/6/15 
Killed in action 16/5/15 



29/12/16 7(5) Lieut. 

2 6 / 4/17 7 Z/<?/. Wounded 26/9/17 



GORDON HIGHLANDERS. 



253 



Special Reserve Battalion (No. 3). 
763715 MARTIN, Alfred Ernest a8/ 8/17 3 (M.G.C.) 



Wounded 2/10/18 



Territorial Battalions (Nos. 4 to 7). 

LILLEY, L/Cpl. Eric Seddon ... 10/12/15 4 Lieut. 

GRANT, John 26 j 6/iS 7 

GUNN, William Hamish 28/ 8/17 4 Wounded 3/6/18 

WELSH, Robert ... ... ... 13/12/16 j Lieut. ^ 

Service Battalions (New Armies). 

DAVIDSON, Sgt. Kenneth Chisholm... 16/12/15 n Wounded -\\\l&, 17/8/17 



HENSON, Arthur Edw. 
MACAULAY, Donald Ian 
MACKENZIE, Edward Cyril ... 
McPHERSON, MacGill 
ROBERTSON, Lawrence George 
RUSSELL, Hector Gordon ... 
WALKER, Denzill Robert Augustus ., 



4/ 2/19 
7/ 3/ J 9 



6/ 2/19 

5/ 3/i9 

J 7/ 3/19 

i4/ 8/1 8 51 Grad. Bn. 



THE HAMPSHIRE REGIMENT. 



1655 D'ARCY, Norman Garden ... 

2203 BURDGE, Conrad Chawner 

2365 DALE, Felix John 

2196 FLINT, Hugh... ... ... _-^rr 

1880 MUDGE, James 

2352 McNAiR, William Lennox ... 

5232 ANDERSON, Reginald Thomas 

3433 BEAZELEY, George Edward Armitage 

1282 CUDDON, Philip Basil 

809 CUTMORE, Sgt. Horace Edison Vernon 

3735 HOBSON, Geoffrey Hamilton 

762321 MEEK, Gerald Arthur 

8324 SNYDER, Lome 

7096 SWAN, Percy Walter 

765202 WEST, Stanley Ewart 

4568 YATES, Frederick 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2). 

and Lieut. 

2 3/ 4/*5 I Lieut. 

9/ 5/15 i Lieut. 
2 ^l 5/ T 5 x Lieut. 

9/ 5/15 i Capt. 
26 / 5/15 7- Lieut. 



J37th Foot 
)67th Foot 



Wounded 8/7/15 
Wounded 12/6/15 
Wounded 3/9/15 HI 
* Wounded Mi* 
Wounded -/ 1 o/ 1 7 



7/12/14 2 Z/. w. 9/6/15 (Fr. i*] Warwick) 

26 / 9/1 6 ^ Lieut. 
7/11/16 / Lieut. 

i5/ 9/14 r Ca/^. Bde,-Maj. *& ^ >% F/D Hi 
i/ 1/17 2 Wounded 9/10/17 
7/1 i/i 6 x Died of wounds 14/4/17 

26/ 4/17 ' 

2 5/ I / I 7 ( 2 ) Killed in action 23/4/17 

19/12/16(2) 

27/11/17 ^ 

igj 12 1 1.^(2] Died of wounds 30/11/17 



254 



HAMPSHIRE REGIMENT. 



Special Reserve Battalion (No. 3). 



469 HALCROW, Cpl. Arthur Palmer 
3446 HONE, Cpl. Reginald Arbery 
MARTIN, Richard 



3o/ 9/14 (2) Lieut. Killed in action 23/4/17 
3 1/ 7/15 Lieut. 
19/12/16 Lieut. 



Territorial Battalions (Nos. 4 to 9). 



3168 


CAPES, Gerard Alphonsus ... 


i6/ 4/15 4 Lieut. Wounded 8/3/17 


2304 


HOWE, Eric Graham 


21 1 2/15 9 Cyclist Bn. Lieut. Inst. Duties 


1875 


HOWGRAVE-GRAHAM, H. M. 


31/10/14 p Cyclist Bn. Capt. 


2061 


NAPIER, Macvey 


3/10/14 5 Lieut. O.C.B. 


4542 


BROADBRIDGE, Frank Lionel 


i6/ 3/1 6 p Lieut. 


4112 


COOMBS, Adrian Roy 


19/12/15 8 Lieut. Wounded 5/5/17, 5/9/17 


4010 


CROSS, L/Cpl. James Ralph 


19/12/15 8 Lieut. (To Min. of Labour} 


4012 


DARRACOTT, Joseph Stuart ... 


i6/ 1/16 p Lieut. Wounded -/i 1/16, 8/5/17 


4248 


GOSSLING, Frank Foley 


i4/ i/i 6 p Lieut. 


435 


IMROTH, Leslie 


25/12/15 8 Wounded 30/1 i/i 7 Died 20/12/18 


3801 


JARRY, Martin 


3o/ 9/15 8 Lieut. 


1114 


PRICE, L/Cpl. Herbert 


ig/ 8/15 4 Lieut. 


I3U 


STEBBING, Percy Edward 


20 1 8/15 8 Lieut. Wounded 7/10/18 


4i3 


SUTCLIFFE, Fred 


19/12/15 8 Caff. <- Adjt. * m 


3161 


VAWDREY, Ralph Hastings ... 


23/10/15 4 Lieut. 


4524 


WILSON, William Cronin 


7/12/15 8 Lieut. 


4567 


WOOD, Walter Bertram 


aj 6/16 (?L*?*rf.(#.F.C.)**#//4ii/ii/iJ 


4654 


BACON, Sidney Frederick William ... 


1 1/ 7/16 8 Lieut. 


4573 


CARTER, Alfred Bertram 


1 1/ 7/16 8 Lieut. 


4982 


CARTER, Henry John 


1 1/ 7/1 6 8 Lieut. 


5943 


COLSON, Herbert John Corbett 


1 1/ 7/1 6 p Lieut. 


3777 


DUNWOODY, John Orr 


26/ 9/1 6 ^ Lieut. Wounded 29/8/17 


763032 


GAMMON, Albert Kenneth 


26/ 4/17 5 Lieut. 


4626 


GREER, Alexander ... 


1 1/ 7/1 6 8 Lieut. 


4647 


HARDIE, William Johnstone 


1 1/ 7/16 8 Lieut. 


4526 


HITCHCOCK, Leonard 


1 1/ 7/1 6 8 Lieut. (^Dorset) Ul 


4627 


LEYBOURNE, Philip Edwin ... 


1 1/ 7/1 6 8 Capt. * * K/A 4/9/18 


5776 


LOVELESS, Ralph Edgar 


28/ 9/16 <5 Lieut. Wounded 14/5/17 


762595 


MASON, Harold George 


2 9/ 3/ 1 ? 4 Lieut. 


760701 


MEATY ARD, George Waite ... 


2 7/ 3/ T 7 -^ Lieut. Wounded 26/10/17 


4577 


PARISH, William Everett 


1 1/ 7/1 6 8 Lieut. 


4556 


REYNOLDS, Cyril Walter 


1 1/ 7/1 6 8 Lieut. 


762845 


STEDMAN, Arthur Herbert Dunlop 


2 7/ 3/i7 4 Lieut. 


765964 


STOCKEN, Carl August 


27/ 2/18 j 


4620 


TACKLEY, Reginald Charles 


n/ 7/16 p Lieut. 


555i 


TAYLOR, Harold Sydney 


26! 9/1 6 3 Lieut. 


4585 


WILLCOX, Maurice William 


n 1 7/1 6 <? Lieut. 


763007 


WINGER, Allen ... 


26 / 4/17 5 Wounded 10/5/18 



HAMPSHIRE REGIMENT. 



2 55 



Service Battalions 

2779 FRENCH, Archibald Charles... 

1396 MANN, Frederick Randall ... 

2580 NEWMAN, William Alfred 

5062 STADDEN-LEA, Cecil James 

3126 TILLEY, L/Sgt. John Ernest 

1999 TITLEY, Richard Kenneth ... 

2 5 37 TRESS, Gerald Courtney 

2165 WHITAKER, Donald Nicholl W. 

766804 BENNETT, Thomas Harper ... 

767188 BRADLEY, Archibald John ... 

768292 CAWTE, Edward Vivian 

769228 CLARKE, William Percival ... 

4447 COLEMAN, L/Cpl. Cuthbert Thomas 

7176 COLLIER, Philip Frederick ... 

7177 COOPK, Thomas Edwin 
768609 CURTIS, Ronald Hamilton ... 
765930 DAVIES, Henry Spry ... 
766915 EALES, Christopher ... 

7321 ELKINGTON, Walter Henry ... 

765033 ENGLAND, Harry Frank 

767615 FLEMING, Leonard Patrick ... 

768067 FLIGHT, Brian Patrick 

6325 GAY, Frederick George 

763451 GLOVER, Harold 

7126 GRAHAM, Keith 

767561 HARRIS, George Leslie 

769339 HUNT, Arthur 

7313 HUSSEY, Thomas Archibald 

765995 JARVIS, Frank Jordan 

765275' KNIGHT, Henry de Boyne ... 

765897 LAYERS, Francis George 

768903 LEAL, James Henry ... 

765998 LEE, Cecil Frank 

768957 MASON, Cecil Julian Marsh 

5520 MERRETT, Arthur Edwin 

767883 MULES, John Charles Gordon 

2655 NASH, L/Cpl. Paul 

769154 ONSLOW, Offley Laban 

6327 OWEN, Leonard Arthur 

765797 PAFFORD, Harry John 

4046 PAGE, Howard 

765959 ROBINSON, Herbert .. 

762624 ROPER, Frederick Herbert ... 

765007 SANDELL, Cyril Maurice 

765668 TAYLOR, Claude 

7416 TYLER, Norman Fielder 

763981 WADE, Joseph Barnard 



(New Armies). 

13/11/14 II Capt. 

I/ 1/15 13(2) * 

28/ 1/15 12 Lieut. 

25! 5/1 6 ij Lieut. 

3/ 5/15 12 Lieut. 

29/10/14 14 Lieut. 

5/12/14 ij Capt. 

12 1 9/15 12 Cupt. 

2 8/ 5/18 (2) 

31/10/18 

J 7/ 3/19 

5/ 2/19 

19/12/16 75 Lieut. 

19/12/16 15 Lieut. 

19/12/16 13 Lieut. 



Wounded 16/8/15 

* m(2) 
Wounded 30/6/16 

(O.C.B.) * m 



Wounded 16/6/17 



27/ 3/1 8 17 

21/12/16 ii Lieut. Killed in action 22/3/18 

31/10/17 ii Capt.(*]IR. Irish} 
6/ 2/19 



26/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 

2 9 / 3/17 ii 

19/12/16 13 & -Wounded 19/10/18 

4/ 3/19 
i7/ 3/19 

19/12/16 14 Capt. Wounded 13/4/18 
IS/ 4/1 8 J-7 Grad. Bn. 
28/11/17 IZ 
'3/ 3/i8 Wounded 5/10/18 

5/ 2 / r 9 



i4/ 2/19 
5/ 9/1 6 75 Killed in action 18/12/16 

6 / 3/19 
19/12/16 T-J 

S/ 2 / J 9 
2 6/ 9/16 

2 I/ 2/l8 
23/11/16 7 
2 7 / 2/18 

2 9/ 3/ x 7 Wounded 23/11/17 
20/10/17 Z/'<-^/. Wounded 27/5/18 
18/12/17 5. 
19/12/16 x 
27/ 6/17 



256 



THE HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY. 



1959 
2980 

392 
1444 

1301 
1724 
2812 
1613 

764939 
766921 

764115 
764116 

763585 
760643 
765187 
764391 
764279 



1454 
7226 

765303 
5578 
6869 

5659 
762544 



2822 

2375 
3566 
7198 

7100 

768570 

767140 

5201 

6924 

7719 

8892 

768058 

768546 

6320 

769486 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2). 

2nd Lieut. 

ANNAND, Allan Young ... ... n/ 6/15 7 

BEVIS, Leslie Cubitt ... ... 24/10/15 2 

CLOSE, Cpl. Max Arthur i/ 1/15 J 

GIBBS, Thomas Raleigh ... ... i/ 1/15 I 

MUMMERY, Harry Norman S. ... ao/ 3/15 i 

PAYNE, Charles Geraint C. ... ... 2"j/ 1/15 / 

WHITESIDE, Miles Bruce Dalziel ... 9/12/14 i 

WORNUM, Thornton Hilton... ... i/ 1/15 i 

DARK, Stanley George ... ... 12/5/177" 

GARDEN, James Alexander ... ... 23/6/18 i 

HALL, William Towler ... ... i$/ 5/17 i 

HEWETT, Frederick Stanley ... I3/ 5/17 I 

IM THURN, Archibald McKenzie ... i2/ 5/17 i 

LONGLEY, Philip Robert Hamer ... 1/6/177 

MUNDAY, William Frank ... ... 13/5/177 

THOMAS, Stanley Stratton Lloyd St. G. i2/ 5/17 i 

WILKINS, Edward Munro ... ... 5/2/177 



J7lst Foot 
I 74th Foot 



Wounded -I $ji6 KjA 10/1/17 
Lieut, w. -/3/i6, 18/4/18 B) 
Killed in action 12/3/15 
Capt. %* *& Wounded 12/3/15 
Capt. w. 22/5/15, 17/4/16, 19/4/18 ) 

K\A 12/3/15 [</.(// o 6/8/is r 

Lieut. (R.A.F.) w. 20/8/15, > 

O*//. [2/1/17 ^yT 13/6/18 / 



Wounded 2/5/18 



Special Reserve Battalions (Nos. 3 & 4). 

5/1 1/14 3(1} Lieut. 
23/11/16 4 Lieut. 

23/^/17 3(2} 
6 1 9/1 6 3 Lieut. 
51 9/ 16 J ZzV/. 
5/ 9/1 6 Lieut, 



HARDMAN, Kenric ... 
BROOKS, Cyril Bernard 
BRUCE, Robert Cathcart 
GARVIE, Hamilton Alexander 
GRANT, John 

MAC!NNES, William Alexander 
THOMAS, Hector Welford Munro 



w. 22/5/15 Killed ) 
[inaction 26/10/18 J 



27/ 6/17 



Lieut. 



l Border] 



Service Battalions (New Armies). 



COLQUHOUN, James Clifton ... ... 12/12/14 7j 

HUGO, Reginald Graeff ... ... 5/12/15 77 

PRIESTMAN, Alan ... ... ... 5/12/15 77 

SCOTT, Alexander ... ... ... i8/ 2/16 7j 

ARMOUR, Wm. Nicol McSkimming... z/ 5/17 7(5 

BUCHANAN, William ... ... i5/ 2/19 

CRAWFORD, Joseph Ernest 6/ 2/19 

FERGUSON, Douglas Chalmers ... 2i/ 9/16 

GILLIES, Kenneth 13/12/16 

HAMILTON, Arthur Donald 13/12/16 

HILLIS, John ... ... ... i/ 3/17 <5 

KELLY, John Donald ... ... i7/ 3/19 

KIDD, Norman ... ... ... i^/ 2/19 

SMITH, Rose McKenzie ... ... 6/ 9/16 77 

WHITELAW, William ... ...19/2/19 



Capt. Wounded -/ 1 o/ 1 5 

Z* V/. Z>z>^ <?/ wounds 28/3/18 

Lieut. 

Lieut. Killed in action 2 4/4; 1 7 



/?/'<?*/ ^ wounds 26/1/17 
Wounded -j slii 

Wounded 5/10/18 



Wounded 12/10/18 



THE ROYAL HIGHLANDERS 

(THE BLACK WATCH). 



257 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2). 



1187 EGLINGTON, Dudley Charles 

1294 HOLLAND, Basil Thomas 

1682 HUTCHISON-INNES, Owen . 

1368 MILES, Lancelot G. ... 

1079 MOORE, Gerald Grantley 



f 42nd Foot 
',73rd Foot 

2nd Lieut. 

20 /- 3/iS 2 Lieut. <% w. 8/10/15, -IS/ 1 6 
31/12/14 2 Killed in action 10/3/15 
i/ 1/15 2 Killed in action 6/i/ 1 6 
i/ 1/15 2 Ma/orv.s.o. w. 26/5/15, -/io/i 5 ) 
i/ 1/15 i Lieut, w. 10/5/15 | UK 2 ) J 



Territorial Battalions (Nos. 4 to 7). 



766037 DICKSON, George Hubert Murray 

761352 FRASER, Alexander ... 

762066 GRANT, Jack Lawton 

765550 HERD, George Grosvenor 

767566 HUTCHESON, Charles Roger 

6982 LAIDLAW, George Howard ... 

768075 PHILIP, Thomas Vincent Rorison 

768077 REID, David Drummond 

765088 WHAMOND, John 



i/ 5/1 8 6 Killed in action 26/10/18 
2/ 3/17 6 * 

-/ 3/ 1 ? 4 
27/11/17 7 Wounded 1/SflS 

4/ 3/19 4 
20/12/16 ^ Z/'<?w/. 

T 7/ 3^9 5 
J 7/ 3/i9 5 
27/ 2/185 Wounded 3/9/18 



Service Battalions (New Armies). 



2448 LUNN, Bryan Holdsworth ... 

2417 MURRAY, Edward Douglas ... 

1321 SCOTT, Ronald Joycelyn Leslie 

768359 BOTT, Dudley Allan Lockhart 

769207 GIBSON, David 

769241 HORNE, John Campbell 

768911 ANDERSON, John Lennox ... 

769209 KERR, Thomas Howard 

5269 LOUDOUN, Thomas ... 

7813 MARTIN, Arthur William Dight 

768050 SWABEY, Kenneth 

7708 YOUNG, George Ernest Robertson 



14/11/14 ii 

287 1/15 ii To 8 

21/10/14 10 Capt. 

i 9 / 3/19 
5/ 2 A9 
5/ 2 /i9 
57 2 / x 9 
5/ 2 / J 9 
5/ 9/16 (2) Lieut. 



Died of wounds 20/7/16 
To Indian Army 




Killed in aclion 8/6/ 1 8 



Wounded 2 1/8/18 
Z/>///. Wounded 5/9/1 7 



258 THE ROYAL INNISKILLING FUSILIERS. 



Regular Battalions (Nog. 1 & 2). 

and Lieut. 

2516 COMPSTON, Paul ... ... ... 27/10/14 I Lieut. To Indian Army 

2591 SIMPSON, Henry Gordon ... ... 5/11/14 i Killed in action 14/6/15 TJ5 

Special Reserve Battalions (Nos. 3 & 4). 

762993 HARLEY, Mervyn Ruthven ... ... z6j 9/17 4 

Service Battalions (New Armies). 

3652 PETTITT, Leonard Cecil 12/12/15 9 Lieut. 

4217 SHANKEY, Eugene William ... ... 22/ 1/16 6 Lieut. 

764177 ADAMS, Thomas James 3i/ 7/17 12 *fr %< w. 13/4/18, 15/11/18 

762496 ANDERSON, Ernest James ... ... i8/ 3/19 

768388 BAIRD, Robert i7/ 3/19 

765498 BURY, William Gladstone ... ... 27/11/17 12 

6494 CARMICHAEL, Evory William ... y/ 7/16 12 

761371 FINNIGAN, Francis ... ... ... 3/ 8/17 7 

762754 HUGHES, Alfred Patrick ... ... 28;' 8/17 12 Wounded 20/9/18 

762634 LINDOP, Reginald Alexander Erskine 3/8/17 7 Wounded 26/9/17 

765627 PURNELL, Augustine James ... 28/11/17 J - 2 

5419 ROBBINS, L/Cpl. Arthur Hodder ... i7/ 1/17 c? Capt. & Adjt. KjA 22/3/18 

767089 STEWART, William ... ... ... i7/ 3/19 

768627 STRAWBRIDGE, Robert ... . . ig/ 3/19 

762494 UVIACKE, Richard Haygate Fitzgerald 24/ 9/17 72 

765748 WILSON, Alexander Gordon ... 2i/ 2/18 12(13) Killed in action 27/8/18 



THE ROYAL IRISH FUSILIERS 

(PRINCESS VICTORIA'S), 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2). 

2nd Lieut. 

2000 LE MARE, Ralph ... ... 23; 4/15 7 Sp. emp. Kin* s African Rifles 

2001 LE MARE, Reginald n/ 6/15 7 Z/<?w/. AccJ wounded 10/7/15 

Special Reserve Battalions (Nos. 3 & 4). 

1898 BIRD, Eric Stephen 9 / IO /i 5 j(<?) Killed in action 12/8/17 

7609 McGiBNEY, Francis George ... 10/11/16 ^(/) Killed in action 3/5/17 
1209 SUTTON, Geoffrey Alfred' 7 / 7/16 j fF^///^ 14/8/15 



ROYAL IRISH FUSILIERS. 2 sO 

Service Battalions (New Armies). 

765089 BENNETT, James ... ... .... 13! 5/17 j/ 'Garrison Battalion 

764181 BEWSEY, John Charles i2/ $l\i 3! Garrison Battalion 

762896 HESLOP, Gerald Edward 31/10/17 3! Garrison Battalion 

764536 JONES, Cecil ... i2/ 5/17 3 1 Garrison Battalion 



THE ROYAL IRISH REGIMENT. 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2.) 18th Foot 

2nd Lieut. 

1057 FORD, Royston Dearmer ... ... I4/ 2/15 i Killed in action 15/3/15 383 

1280 O'FLYNN, Gerald ......... 14; 2/15 / Capt. M\G Officer 

2169 LYNAM, Kdward W. O'Flaherty ... 26/ 5/15 i (i/A Irish Rifles} 

3429 BARRY, Austin Cyril ... ... 7/11/16 2 



Special Reserve Battalions (Nos. 3 & 4). 

2354 BLANCKENZEE, Geoffrey E. S. ... 8/ 2/15 ^ Z/'<?w/. 

4323 HENNA, John Ramsay ... ... i/ 1/16 j(<5) Killed in action 9/9/16 

7412 JONES, Herbert Joaquin ... ... 26/11/17 ^(<5) Dl\Vin Germany 29/3/18 



Service Battalions (New Armies). 

768923 LETT, William Thomas Congley ... i5/ 2/19 



THE ROYAL IRISH RIFLES. 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2). 

2nd Lieut. 

1182 HELLMERS, Alfred ......... 2o/ 3/15 / Died of wounds 11/5/15 

1585 MEW, Gordon Morrison ...... 3/ 3/15 / Wounded 9/5/15 

1006 PARKES, Herbert Percy ...... 3/ 3/15 / w- 9/S/I5 (Tank Corps) Capt. 

1519 Sou LBY, Alfred Christopher ...... 3/ 3/15 I Lieut. Wounded 26/4/15, 9/5/15 

1663 WINDUS, Charles Eric ...... 3/ 3/15 / Killedin action 9/5/15 



7132 DOHERTY, Patrick ......... 3/ 4/17 .r Z>/W of wounds 1/8/17 

6797 ENNIS, Reginald Joseph ...... 3/4/17 .r Killed in action 1 6/8/ 1 7 

762261 STROHM, Edward Charles ...... 3o/ 5/17 Prisoner of war 15/5/18 



changed (ist January, 1921) <o " TVztf 7?oja/ Ulster Rifles." 



260 



ROYAL IRISH RIFLES. 



Service Battalions (New Armies). 

MONAGHAN, Denis Lawrence ... 22/ 9/14 15 (To Tank Corps] Lieut. > 

'\ 



2233 

764623 ADDY, Leonard 

764604 BEVERIDGE, Reginald Frank 

764628 BRANFORD, John George 

764876 BROWN, William Charles 

764831 HADDOCK, Joseph Henry .. 

761565 HALLINAN, Charles ... 

764651 KEMPSON, Horace Leopold 

764654 LANE, Frank Stewart 

768399 LONG, William Henry 

1209 SUTTON, Geoffrey Alfred 



Bde. M/G O. KjA 24/1 i/i 7 
28/ 8/17 17 

28/ 8/17 18 Wounded 5/4/18 
28/ 8/17 19 Wounded 30/10/18 
28/ 8/17 20 

28 / 8/17 14 Killed in action 24/3/18 
19/12/16 17 

a8/ 8/17 20 Prisoner of war 16/5/18 
28/ 8/17 17 

*7/ 3/ T 9 

i o/ 7 / 1 6 Killed in action 27/11/17 



THE EAST KENT REGIMENT 

(THE BUFFS). 



764978 

7863 

766606 

4395 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2). 



3rd Foot 



1980 BOOTH, Frederick Atkins 

2078 CAPPER, Athol Henry 

1668 DANGERFIELD, Paul 

1428 FERGUSON, David Gordon ... 

1984 FORD, H. F. Paul 

1863 Fox, Harry Gerald ... 

1901 GREIFFENHAGEN, Norman ... 

985 HILLS, Malcolm Arthur 

1670 Moss, Vincent Newton 

1990 SMITH, Ernest Kennedy 

2059 WILLIAMS, William Theophilus 

5246 DAVIS, Percy Warren Theo. 

3660 GROOM, Charles Robin Napier 

7878 OWEN, Philip Richard Tudor 



2nd Lieut. 

I2/ 6/15 2 

i5/ 8/iS i 

237 4/15 i Lieut. 



2 4/ 7/iS 

297 8/15 

4/11/14 

iS/ 8/15 

2 9 / 8/I 5 

2 3/ 4/15 
24/ 7/iS 

"/ 6/15 



Killed in action 27/9/15 
Lieut. Wounded 16/10/15 

* F/D (M.G.C.) I 

27/6/15, -/s/ 1 6 m j 

KMi/8/i5,-/4/i8 



Capt. 



(4/ Warwick) 
Died of wounds 22/12/15 
Killed in action 15/9/16 
Lieut. *&& w. 18/9/15, 26/10/18 
ZtedT <?/ wound's 22/12/15 
Lieut. ^ Woitnded2iliojis > IK 



-/ 1/17 .r Killed in action 30/3/17 
12/11/16 .r (/AM 5/a/r.) 
9/11/16 7 Wounded 15/12/17 



Special Reserve Battalion (No. 3). 



CHILVERS, Cpl. Joseph Ernest 
DIPLOCK, Ronald Marcus ... 
LILLEY, John Leslie 
PHILLIPS, Reginald Gurwen 



i/ 5/i8 J 
26/ 1/17 j 
2 9 / 5/18 

7/ 



Killed in action 26/1/17 



EAST KENT REGIMENT. 



26l 



2536 
2099 
3211 
2474 

7355 
5727 

767495 
5757 

765606 

799 



2155 

2725 

2783 
2034 
1902 

3651 

2588 

3374 
2593 
4239 
3238 

768387 
768037 
762384 
767893 
765159 
769593 
767557 
3155 
5584 
768277 
767752 
766810 
767910 
764338 
767954 
769049 
764041 
768285 
766979 
767117 
763606 



Territorial Battalions (Nos. 4 & 5). 

D'OMBRAIN, Rowland Maund ... 25/ 9/145 (53rd Sikhs) 

SANGSTER, Alfred William ... ... 17/11/14 4 Capt. 

SEALE, John Hector ... ... 2/ 4/15 4. Lieut. 

SWAINSON, Charles Grein D'Oye ... 22/ 9/15 4 Lieut. 



8/3/16 



BANWELL, Frank Edward ... 
BREWER, Cyril Edward Stanislaus ... 
BUNN, Robert Frederick Ives 
GREENWOOD, L/Cpl. Frederick Wm. 
STEVENS, Douglas Harcourt 
WIDDOP, Arthur Norman 

Service Battalions 

CAESAR, Leslie Vernon 
HANDS, Joseph Garrett 
HARRISON, William Robert Eric ... 
HARVEY-JAMES, Arthur Keedwill ... 
HOBBES, Herbert Halliwell 
Moss, Reginald Barnes Newton 
QUARTERMAINE, Harold Luxford ... 
SACKETT, Alexander Allen ... 
SPENCER, Jenner Gray 
SMYTH, Cleveland St. John 
VARGO, Edward Henry 

ALLEN, John Gwyn 

BRENNAND, Eric William 

BREWER, Francis Henry James ... 

BRUDENELL, Clement Shenstone ... 

Cox, Horace Rupert Burghall 

CURWEN, Robert 

DIXON, Sydney Fielding 

GOOD, Christopher Frank 

JONES, Reginald Thomas ... - r.. 

LEECH. Sydney Fuller 

LUCK, Donald Henley 

MCKENZIE-FOWLER, F. Learmouth 

MARCH ANT, Stephen George 

PARRY, John Walter Granville 

PLUNKETT, Donald William 

PUNNETT, Arthur Hugh 

READ, Edward Chapman 

SANDYS, Albert Fedarb 

SIMINSON, Bertram Donald Newton 

TAYLOR, Ivan Maxwell 

WARNER, Francis Edwin 



19/12/16 4 Lieut 

"/ 7/ 16 5 Lieut. (R.E.} 

4/ 3/'9 4 
u/ 7/16 5 

18/12/17 4 Killed in action 7/8/18 
20/12/16 4 Lieut. Killed in action 30/9/18 

(New Armies). 

3/ 5/ I 5 9 Lieut. Wounded 13/10/17 

7/12/14 9 Lieut. 

2 5 / 1/15 8 Capt.(R.A.F.)w.^lzliTPllVM 

16/10/14 9 Capt. A. P.M. KIA 15/4/17 H 

20/10/14 7 Capt. (Labour Corps) 

3 / 5 / T 5 & Killed in action 7/10/16 

30/12/14 7 Lietit. (-/ 'Manchester) 

3 / 5/15 8 Capt. A.M. P.O. 

30/12/14 7 Staff-Lieut. (R.A.F.) 

20/ 9/15 p Lieut. 

28/11/15 6 Lieut. Wounded -/3/i6 



6/ 



4/ 
24/ 5/18 Wounded 5/10/18 

5/ 2/19 

4/ 3/J9 

3/10/16 8 Lieut. Wounded 25/4/17 

5/ 9/16 Wounded 1/10/18 



4/ 3/19 
28/ 5/18 

S/ 3/i9 

20/ 3/19 

6/ 3/i9 

5/ 2/T9 

5/ 2/19 



Wounded 31/10/17 



12/11/18 

S/ 2/19 
z6/ 4/17 (5 Lieut. 



262 



1977 
io8i 
2570 

394 
706 
1298 
1771 
1713 
J 573 

763565 
760933 

7447 

760779 

762068 

5065 

8243 

765M7 

765075 



THE ROYAL WEST KENT REGIMENT 

QUEEN S OWN). 



Regular Battalions Nos. 1 & 2). 



JSOth Foot 
( 97th Foot 



BULLEN, Geoffrey 
CARPENTER, Cpl. Alec Edward 
FLEMING, Atholl Douglas ... 
FLEMING, John Alister 
FROST, Cpl. Kenneth 
LEATHERDALE, Donald Ryan 
PEACHEY, George Frederick... 
WALTERS, Robert S. 
WHITE, Leslie Spencer 

BROWN, Arthur George 
DANIEL, Archibald Morris ... 
GRAY, Harry Albert 
HILL, Percival Joseph 
LEISHMAN, William Green 
MANSFIELD, Frank Alfred ... 
NURSE, William Ivan 
WATTS, Percy Edward 
WINCH, Edward Nightingale 



2nd Lieut. 

9/ 5/'5 
9/ 5/ J 5 
iS/ 8A5 
8/15 




Lieut. Wounded 

Lieut. (M.G.C.} w. 27/6/15 

Lieut. Wounded -/&/ 1 7 

Died of wounds 22/7/16 

Killed in action 22/2/15 

Lieut. Killed in action 22/7/16 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Ace JK (bomb throwing] 15/3/15 

Prisoner of war 17/9/18 
Killed in action 4/10/17 

<% Died of ivounds 15/7/18 

Wounded 26/10/18 

Lieut. 

Wounded 21/5/17, 11/10/17 

Died of wounds 9/10/18 



Special Reserve Battalion (No. 3). 



1891 
2487 
2757 
33 2 9 

764625 
4409 
763261 
765682 
765306 



3380 
1896 
4163 
4147 
1513 
3823 



CR ASTON, John 
HALL, Wilfred B. Compton 
MANSFIELD, Francis Turquand 
STUART, William Esme Montague 



... 27/10/14 3(1) Died of rounds 18/4/15 

'3/ l/*5 J (To Norfolk Rfgt>, Lieut. 

... I4fii}i4 3 (To JR.E.} Lieut. * (-[Middlesex) 

... 26/ 6/15 3(6) Killed in action 7/10/16 



ATTWOOLL, Frederick John ... 24/9/175 Wounded 11/7/18 

BULLMAN, Haddon Robert Horsley ^/ 7/16 3 (M.G.C.} KjA 30/11/17 
DANIEL, Kenneth Henry ... ... i/ 8/17 3(11} Wounded 27/9/18 

HARRIS, Donald Charles Ainscombe 18/12/17 5 

JENKINS, William Victor 28/11/175 Wounded 18/9/18 

Territorial Battalions (Nos. 4 & 5). 



LAZENBY, Bernard Walter .. 
HARTMAN, Carl Herbert 
MOORCROFT, William 
NAUGHTON, John Joseph ., 
STEPHENS, Robert Miller 
VAUGHAN, Francis Seymour 



... 16/4/155 ZzVw/. Woundtd 4/10/18 

... 24/ 8/15 5 Lieut. 

... 20/11/15 J Lieut. Killed in action 2/7/18 

... 20/11/15 5 Lieut, Wounded 20/11/17 

... 1 1/ 8/15 5 Killed in action 27/9/18 

... 1/10/15 j- Zr//. (R.F.C.) KjA 7/3/18 1 



763809 ALLNUTT, Ernest Francis 



ROYAL WEST KENT (T/F). 



263 



767664 
5731 
763985 
764431 
762049 
762757 
762684 
760240 

76595 2 
763734 



2266 
3206 
4885 
1944 
2026 

4599 
2821 
2674 
2329 
2281 

3372 
2296 

*945 
433 

76i375 

7224 

762637 

760753 

767481 

7709 

769107 

769420 

4982 

499 2 
761683 
764288 

7213 

7214 
761321 
763570 
763383 

4970 
763550 

5746 



BRACKETT, Frederick J. Newbegin 

CARTMELL, Robert Joseph Gregory 

CLOQUET, John Sharpe Neale 

GIBSON, Arthur John 

LONG, Bertram Ernest 

MABEY, Cyril Doublet 

MAXEY, Percy 

MEATES, Gerald Mayo 

NOTT, Percy James ... 

TERRY, Thomas Edward Reynolds 



Service Battalions (New 



BROWNLEE, Frank ... ... . 

COOKSEY, Philip Thomas ... . 

COOMBS, Claude Stuart ... . 

DONALDSON, Alfred James ... . 

DOVE, Sydney Ernest ... . 

FLEMING, James Scott ... . 

HOLROYD, Vivian Hutchence . 

MARSH, Clifford Henry ... . 

PURVER, Bernard Arthur 
SMITH, Stanley Bayliss 
STONEHAM, Gerald Towell 

VAUGHAN, Richard Creswell . 

WADE, Ralph ... ... . 

WENYON, Herbert J. 

WOODCOCK, Humphrey Neville H. 



5/ 3/i9 4 
iif 7/16 4 

3i/ 7/i7 4 

3 1/ 7/17 4 Wounded 19/9/18 

2 5/ 9/17 ^ Prisoner of war 17/5/18 

i/ 5/'85 
26/ 6/17 ^ Wounded 7/1/18 

26/ 4/17 4 

27/ 2/18 ^ Wounded 15/10/18 

4 



Armies). 

6 Lieut. Wounded -/ 'n / '16 

8 Lieut, w. -/9/i6, 19/9/17 

6 Wounded -/ 3/16 Dj W 6/7/16 

p Lieut. X Hi 

8 Killed in action, 16/8/16 

p Capt. & Adj. w. 17/10/18 

P Capt. m 

p Lieut. 

ii Lieut. 

8 Lieut. 

8 Lieut. 

9 Killed in action 16/4/17 
p Lieut. U) 

8 Lt.-Col. D.S.O.ANDBAR F/D(2) I 

p Lieut. & w. 18/9/18 [HJ(2) J 



. 5/12/15 

. 3/10/15 

. 24/10/15 

. 25/ 5/16 

.. 3/10/15 

. 13! 5/15 

.. 25/ 5/16 

.. 14/11/14 

16/10/14 

3/10/15 

2/12/14 

. 17; 6/15 

. 14/10/14 

3/10/15 

25/ 5/16 



ABEL, James Edgar ... ... ... i^/ 9/17 d 

ALLCHIN, Sydney Milton ... ... 21/12/16 j 

ADDISON, Charles Rattray ... ... i/ 7/17 

BERNARD, Henry Fitzgerald Wilson i2/ 4/17 // 

BOLES, Ralph Podmore ... ... i3/ 3/18 52 

BROCK, Reginald Lewis ... ... 5/ 9/16 

BROWNE, Owen Henry Gill ... I5/ 2/19 

BULL, William George ... T~T.. ij.j. 3/19 

CARTER, Henry Seaman ... ... I3/ 4/17 // 

CH EEL, Edgar Stacey 19/12/16 

CHURCHWARD, Leonard ... ... 4/8/17/0 

CLARIDGE, William Stanley '... i/ 8/17 // 

CLELAND-HOLLAMBY, D. Macdonel 19/12/16 

CLELAND-HOLLAMBY, Reginald C. ... 19/12/16 

COOPER, Thomas Frederick ... 4/8/17 10 

COWPER, Reginald Hugh 2g/ 3/17 

CRIGHTON, John Stafford i/ 8/17 ^ 

CROWE, Francis Michael 12/4/17 

DADD, Thomas Ewart 27 / 6/17 // 

DAVISON, Herbert William ... 7/ 7/16 p 



^ Died of ivounds 22/12/17 

Killed in action 13/1.2/17 

Lieut. 

Wounded 14/10/18 

(gfL.N. Lanes.} 



Lieut. Bl 
>J< To Labour Corps 
Wounded 21/8/17 
Wounded 13/9/18 



264 



ROYAL WEST KENT (S/B). 



3692 


DEAN, Donald John 


4/10/16 //V.C. re" 1 2/3/1 7, 10/10/17. 25/10/18 


767483 


FITCH, Isaac Foster 


i 3 / 8/18 52 


3 6 74 


FRICKER, Edwin 


3i/ 7/16 7 Killed in action, 29/9/16 


497 1 


FULLER, Thomas 


24/ 1/17 6 Wounded 25/4/17 


762664 


GAINS, Alfred Thomas 


28/ 3/17 


764984 


GARBUTT, John Restarick ... 


30/10/17 (i) * Wounded 28/6/18 


768056 


GARRETT, Arthur William ... 


*8/ 3/i9 


762607 


GODDARD, Wilfred John 


3i/ 7/17 7 ij* Wounded 4/2/18 


768181 


GOODE, Geoffrey Hamilton ... 


J 7/ 3/ J 9 


761648 


GREEN, Henry James 


27/ 6/17 10 Lieu/. Wounded 31/7/17 


5496 


GREENWOOD, James Hurst ... 


24/ 1/17 ii ^ Died of wounds 24/7/18 


769345 


GROUT, Maurice Henry 


5/ 2 / J 9 


763199 


HARDING, Victor Robert 


26/ 9/17 Wounded 20/5/18 


765769 


HAYNE, Robert Luscombe ... 


ig/ 7/18 (/) 


760943 


HODGE, Lionel Clifford 


3/8/17 6 Killed in action 30/11/17 3) 


5088 


HOLMES, Markwell ... 


12/ 4/17 <? 


768345 


HUNT, Edward Gowers 


37 2 / x 9 


761182 


JOHNSON, Holland Sydney Vincent 


a6/ 6/17 10 


6622 


JONES, Thomas Philip 


2 6/ 9/16 7 


4794 


KEATES, Bertie 


24/ 1/17 <5 


767719 


KENTSBEER, Harry Robert 


3/ 3/i9 


767463 


LANE, Gerald Bernard 


5/ 2 / J 9 


763163 


LEDGER, Arthur Percy 


26/ 4/17 (10) Wounded 13/8/17 


762337 


MICHELL, Arthur Charles ... 


3/8/17 7 Killed in action 12/10/17 


764789 


OWEN, Gerald Albert 


24 / 5/18 


7499 


PARKER, Thomas Cecil 


5 / 9/16 (7/ZJK Z.) 


761034 


PHILLIPS, John Robert 


26/ 4/17 Wounded & PJ W 1 8/g/ 1 8 


768016 


PILCHER, Walter 


I2/ 2/19 


761277 


RICHARDSON, Arthur Balfour 


25/ 6/17 < Killed in action 21/3/18 


3199 


ROBERTS, Thomas William 


3 1/ 7/1 6 7 Killed in action 30/9/16 


335 


ROCHAT, Roy Richard 


2/ 8/1 6 <? Wounded 15/10/16 


4832 


RODNEY, Burnett William ... 


I2/ 4/17 77 Killed in action 20/4/17 


3720 


SMITH, Kingsley Thompson 


4/10/16 77 


762729 


STANLEY, Tom Harold 


2 7 / 6/I 7 (<?) 


769030 


STREETER, Sidney Augustus 


i4/ 2/19 


767195 


TAYLOR, John 


5/ 2 / : 9 


768494 


THOMPSON, Edward Robert 


3/ 2 / J 9 


761311 


TRURAN, William Frank James 


26/ 6/17 70 


7165 


VICKER, Reginald Charles Godwin 


19/12/16 (M.G.C.) 


766538 


VINNICOMBE, Thomas Hurst .'.. 


26/ 6/18 (R.A.F.) 


5228 


WATERHOUSE, Gilbert Wilmot 


24/ 1/17 (5 /^V^/ of wounds 10/4/1 7 


7189 


WESTCOTT, Edmund Joseph 


21/12/16 


767292 


WHARTON, Thomas Rowland L. J. 


6/ 3/i9 


768523 


WILLIAMS, Gilbert 


J 5/ 2 / J 9 


767274 


WiLDj Frederick Newbury 


5/ 2 / J 9 


768358 


WILKS, Thomas Neate Barford 


i8/ 3/ J 9 


4863 


WOODYEAR, Reginald Percy 


257 2/17 7 Z/V#/. >J< F/D 


767119 


YORK, William Alfred 


5/ 2 / J 9 



THE KING'S ROYAL RIFLE CORPS. 



265 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1, 2, 3 & 4). 



60th Foot 



1132 
1122 

1024 
1134 

1398 

1708 
1827 
1287 



1709 

1633 
1562 

6647 
7137 



3058 
1400 

765756 
762736 
767803 

765537 

762551 

6627 



ADDY, Kenneth James Balguy 
CASSIDY, Cyril Martin 
CROFT-SMITH, Edwin Spencer 
CROOK, Francis William 
HALL, Lionel Everard 
HARDY, Cyril Ernest 
HAYNES, Charles Graham ... 
HODGKINSON, Robert John 
HUGHES, Thomas McKenny 
JAMES, John Stephen Harvey 
MORRIS, Clive Wilson 
PARKER, Frederick Neville ... 
TAYLOR, Leslie Francis 

HAMILTON, Reginald Beaumont 
TAYLOR, David Henry 



2nd Lieut. 

3/ 3/15 7 Killed in action 3/10/15 
2 3/ 4/ r 5 7 Died of wounds 17/5/15 

5/ 4/15 4 Killed in action 8/5/15 
2 3/ 4/ x 5 2 Lieut. Wounded 9/5/15 

w. 28/9/15, -/2/i 6 M 
Wounded 18/5/15 
* (R.A.F.} w. 8/5/15 
Wounded 10/5/15 



3/ 3/15 
3/ 3/15 



5/ 4/15 4 Lieut 



Lieut. 
Lieut. 




12/11/16 
19/12/16 



Lieut. 

Z/Virf. (X.F.C.] KjA 5/2/1 8 

Kitted in action 16/5/15 

Killed in action 9/5/15 
Accl Killed 2*1 tli$ 
Z;V;//. * (^.7.) w. 25/5/15 
Killed in action 27/5/18 

Prisoner of war 3/9/17 



Special Reserve Battalions (Nos. 5 & 6). 



BuLKELEY-HucHES, George M. W. 
PAUL, Edgar Newton 
D'ARGENTON, Hugh ... 
BIGGS, John Heron Egerton 
CROSS, Leonard William Alan 
CULVER, Norman John 
FAREY, Philip Noel Meredith 
SLINGSBY, Henry Victor 
SMERDON, Harold Escott 



i6/ 6/15 6 Capt. TV. 3/9/16 KjA 27/2/17 
i6/ 6/15 6 Capt. Killed in action 21 1 \2l\i 
l6 / 5A5 5(4} Lieut. 
27 / 2/1 8 6 (R.F.C.} 
27/ 2/18 (5 

5/ 3/i9 5 

27/ 2/1 8 <5(7c?) Wounded 18/9/18 
26/ 4/17 5(7) Wounded 2/4/18 
22/11/16 (5 &*/. (A^.) Wounded 14/6/17 



Service Battalions (New Armies). 



2060 ARNOLD, L/Cpl. Bernard Marcus 

2561 BIRD, Stanley Treadgold 

222 BOURDILLON, Thomas Lous 

2516 COMPSTON, Paul 

2410 COOKE, Philip Andrew 

2712 DEEDES, Herbert Phillip 

2326 EDWARDS, Reginald Owen 

2359 EVANS, Rhys David 

3485 FARRAN, Charles 

2265 FINDLAY, John Wilfred 



i9/ 9/15 
19/9/15 

6/ 3/15 



7 Died of ivounds >l2l\f> 

7 Died of wounds 20/8/16 

8 Major * w. 30/7/15, -/8/i 6 ) 

Killed in action 24/8/17 J 
27/10/14 75 Z/if/. (tjlnniskg.) w. 9/6/15 
28/11/15 8 Staff- Capt. %< O.B E. 
4/ 9/15 7<5 Ca//. 6^ Adjt. KjA 16/7/16 
24/10/14 7<5 Major O.B.E. Wounded Hi 
12/12/15 70 Lieut. Interned in Holland 
28/11/15 P Killed in action 24/8/16 
22/12/14 7 



* T'/fc changed (ist January, 1921) to " 7"A King's Royal Rifles." 



266 



KING'S ROYAL RIFLES (S/B). 



2340 HAMILTON, Claude William 

1464 HILLAS- DRAKE, Robert Fitz-Hill 

2074 HOWELL, John 

3560 HAVHURST, Christopher 

2197 MACKINLEV, David Murray 

3110 NESLING, Robert Edward ... 

1998 PRICE, Kenneth Dodds 

2447 RANALOW, Arthur Vivian 

2759 ROGERS, Robert Murray 

21 1 6 SCOTT, Charles Edell 

4316 COOK, Percy Mellows 

4150 CHRISTMAS, Edwin Cecil Russell ... 

4216 CRICK, Thomas Henry 

4382 EELES, George Nixon 

4319 FRYER, Thomas James Harold 

4224 LANGFORD, John Joseph 

4231 LANGFORD, Wallace George 

4280 LAYCOCK, Joseph Harris 

4298 MALE, Sidney John 

4617 NIVISON, L/Cpl. Robert Butler 

4255 RIDGWAY, William 

4444 RUTHERFORD, William Francis 

4778 TURNER, Alfred James 

4643 WALLIS, William Mayne 

4623 YATEMAN, L/Cpl. Frederick William 

768203 ARMITAGE, Lindley Robertson 

762885 BAKER, Frank Vincent 

762948 BARRETT, Arthur Edmund 

763019 BEIGHTON, John Durrant Kennedy 

762950 BRENNAN, Francis King 

4981 CALUER, William Paul 

8199 CARR, Cedric Errol 

764817 CHART, Eric 

762057 CLARKE, Alfred Stanley 

453 COOK, Herbert Henry Marston 

762717 CRABTREE, Mannhew Boulton 

764689 DAVIS, Melville Allen Duff 

4317 DEER, John Hartley 

768439 DIXON, Geoffrey Lloyd 

5899 FARNAN, Alfred Walter 

7011 FORD, Frank Beeton 

4485 GAWTHROP, William Oliver 

2979 GRAY, George Sidney 

769310 HAWES, Edward Montague 

767971 HAWKINS, Donald M. Culworth 



28/1 i/i s 10 (jR.G.A.) Wounded -\6\-i6 

Killed in action 6/11/16 
2 3/ 2/15 10 Lieut. Aecjwoundfd 19/10/15 
11/12/14 I 5 Killed in action 25/9/15 
12/12/15 z/ Lieut. 

Wounded -/ 1 2/ 1 5 



28/11/15 
12/12/15 
28/11/15 

!9/ 9/15 

*9/ 9/'5 



77 Lieut. Wounded -/9/i6 

70 Lieut. 

8 Lieut. Killed in action 2/7/16 

<? ZzV/. >fc Wounded $lili6 HI 



8/ 
8/ 
8/ 
i i/ 3/16 

8/ 3/16 

8/ 



18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
1 8 



Capt. 
Capt. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 



Killed in action 4/10/16 
Killed in action 7/10/16 
Wounded - / '9 y '16 



8/ 
8/ 

25/ 5A 6 
9/ 



2/ 6/1 6 22 Lieut. 

2 5/ 5/ J 6 22 Lieut. 

2*1 5/16 75" 

*J/ *^/ fc/ 



Wounded 
Killed in action 15/9/19 
Died of wounds 27/6/16 
Killed in action 17/10/16 
Co// * zf. 3/9/16, 21/11/17, 
Z/V/. K/A 5 / 9 /i6 [5/9/18 
Killed in action 7/10/16 



Wounded 13/9/18 



28/ 3/17 
2 8/ 3/17 

28/ 3/17 
2 8/ 3/17 
12/11/16 
19/12/16 



27 Killed in action 22/3/18 
(? ZzVw/. Killed in action 23/8/17 

27 Wounded 1 5/8/17 P/W6/S/** 
8 

1 8 Killed in action 14/6/17 

zj Wounded 13/8/17, 10/9/18 

2i Wounded 3/10/17 



7/ 7/1 6 22 

28/ 3/17 27 Wounded 23/8/17 

30/5/17 p * ZV/ 29/5/18 

8/ 1/16 /^ >i< Hi 



7/ 

*/ 

24/ 

7/ 



22 Wounded -I 

12 

1 2 Lieut. Wounded 5/12/17 



2/19 
3/9 



KING'S ROYAL RIFLES (S/B). 



267 



768182 


HILTON, Richard Byron 


1 7/ 3/ ! 9 


767835 


JAMES, Ernest Livingstone 


31 3/ T 9 


766387 


KENDALL, Frederick John 


... 5 / 2/19 


43 8 9 


KING, Jack Terence 


... s/ 9/16 w. 8/10/17 P/W-jiliS M 


55*3 


KNOWLES- BROWN, Frank Henry 


... 247 1/17 12 Lieut. Wounded 15/3/17 


6488 


LAMBERT, Robert 


... 24/ 1/17 12 


762858 


LANGSTON, Herbert Pembridge 


2 9/ 3/ J 7 *8 (R.E.) Wounded 21/11/17 


5267 


LEIGH, Herbert Gordon 


... 7/ 7/16 22 Lieut. To R.E. w.'-/8/i6,\ 


768372 


LOCKIE, Leslie Powell Deverill 


... i8/ 3/19 [i7/5/ l8 f 


763695 


LOWRIE, William Arthur 


3/ 5/ r 7 2O Wounded 30/10/17 


6229 


MARRIOTT, Hugh Bowyer ... 


... i3/ 4/17 17 Wounded 5/10/18 


763204 


MATHER, Harold George 


- 28/ 3/17 16 


767672 


McCo.vACHY, John Lawrence 


... 6/ 3/19 


763306 


McKiNG, Eric 


... 25/ 9/17 ii Killed in action 24/3/18 


7117 


MOLYNEUX, James Herbert 


... i8/ 3/17 12 Killed in action 16/8/17 


7635 8 9 


MORANT, John Gambier 


3/ 5/i7 


6810 


MUNSEY, William Frederick 


... i8/ 3/17 12 Killed in action 16/8/17 


6116 


NICOL, George Galway 


... 26/ 9/16 


7253 


PAGE, Frederick James 


... 19/12/16 16 Lieut. Wounded 4/5/17 


1981 


PALMER, Walter William 


... 19/9/15 Capt. Wounded -{glib HI 


767369 


PENDRED, Wilfred Allen 


5/ 2 / J 9 


6578 


PENTY, Norman 


... 26/9/16 8 Lieut. 


763938 


PRIOR, Edwin George 


... i6/ 6/17 10 Prisoner of war 15/1/18 M 


3i57 


PULLINGER, Charles Edward 


... 2/10/16 & Wounded 23/4/17, 13/9/17 


764506 


ROGERS, Geo. Thomas Henry 


... 28/ 8/I 7 


766145 


RUSSELL, Luther Maurice ... 


.. 26/ 3/18 31 (R.B.} 


768215 


SCANTLEBURY, John Ernest 


i?/ 3/i9 


767001 


SHARP, Thomas Hicks 


3/ 3/i9 


1 107 


SIMPSON, Rolf 


... 26 / 9/16 18 Killed in action 26/5/17 


6487 


SMITH, Herbert Leslie 


... 1 2/1 i/i 6 10 Lieut. Wounded 18/10/18 


762768 


SPARKE, Lionel Frank 


... 287 3/17 21 Lieut. Wounded 11/8/17 


761420 


SUGDEN, John Reginald 


... 2 7 / 2/l8 


555 2 


TAYLOR, William Henry 


... i8/ 3/17 12 


762847 


THACKERAY-TURNER, Ernest 


... a8/ 3/17 8 


762512 


VILLIERS, Arthur Henry 


... 29/5/18 


768130 


WALKER, Charles Valentine 


i?/ 3/!9 


1825 


WALLIS, Douglas McGregor 


... 24/11/16 Wounded 17/2/17 


767840 


WARD, William Harry 


5/ 3/i9 


7803 


WARHAM, Joseph 


... 26/ 1/17 8 Died of Wounds T 1^1 17 


762495 


WELLS, Sydney Archibald ... 


... 21/10/17 /2 


5 2 99 


WELTER, Leslie Dingman ... 


... i3/ 4/17 // Killed in action 18/6/17 


766540 


WEST, Leslie Challoner 


... 2(5/ 6/1 8 72 Emp. Min. of Labour 


761107 


WILDING, Leonard Scrivener 


... 2 7 / 3/18 


7099 


WILLIAMSON, Kenneth Harper 


... 4/1/17 7 Died of wounds 19/4/17 


762397 


WILLIS, George Henry 


... 26/ 4/17 77 Prisoner of war 17/1/18 1R 


762464 


WOODHOUSE, William Joseph 


... 26/ 4/17 


6937 


WORTHY, Sydney 


... 5/ 9/16 p 



268 



THE LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS. 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2). 

2nd Lieut. 



20th Foot 



1378 GRANGER, Ernest Everys Wyatt 

1335 STANWELL, William Alexander 

1935 PARKER, Edward Thompson 

763317 BATHURST, Alan 

764884 DOYLE, William Francis 

4130 GLASS, Leonard George 

763182 HUCKLEBRIDGE, Percy Alwyne 



3 / 3/i5 2 Capt. w. 9/7/15, -/5/i6 KIA\ 

26! 5/15 2 D/W 9 / 7 /i 5 [16/8/17 )" 

18/12/14 (/) Killed in action 16/11/15 

2 9/ 3/17 
2 9 / 8/17 

I9/I2/I6 2 

I/ 3/17 ' 



Wounded 22/4/18 
Killed in action 9/10/17 
Wounded 3/5/18 



Special Reserve Battalions (Nos. 3 & 4). 




EDWARDS, Eric David ... ... io/ 3/15 

LUCAS, John Kenneth ... ... 29/10/15 

ARMSTRONG, Richard Walder ... 1/8/17 

CLARKE, Alfred Lord i/ 8/17 

EDGHILL, Ashley Gay 26; 9/16 

GLASON, John Apollonious ... 4/9/16 

HARDIE, William ... ... ... 19/12/16 

INGLETON, Herbert John ... ... 26 / 9/16 

JONES, Clifford Ernest 7/7/16 

KIRCHNER, Leo George ... ... 26/ 4/17 

PIPER, Norman ... ... ... 4/9/16 

ROBSON, Leslie H. 26/3/18 

RUSHMORE, Ernest Reginald ... 4/ 9/16 

WALKER, Arthur Stanley 28/ 8/17 



3 Lieut. Wounded -/7/i6 

4 Lieut. 

4 (M.G.C.) 

3 Killed in action, 27/3/18 

4 Capt.*(T.M.B 
4(16) Wounded 28/6/18 
4(13} Died of wounds 1 8/4/ 1 7 
4(8} Died of wounds 2/11/18 
^ Wounded 18/11/17 

3(1} Lieut. Wounded 9/10/17 

/ Wounded 9/9/1 8 HI 

j Wounded 10/9/18 

4(11) Killed in action 6/9/17 



Territorial Battalions (No. 5 to 8). 



Major SHIRLEY, Herbert J., C.M.G., T.D. 

2801 LUPTON, Leonard 

4758 ANDREWS, Reginald 

3484 ANONI, Arthur. Frank 

3743 BAINBRIDGE, Thomas 

4717 BARTON, Edwin William 

3940 BASELEY, Albert Lawrence 

4002 BATTOCK, Thomas William 

4771 BEESLEY, L/Cpl. Herbert ... 

3668 BELL, Guy Bayford 

3798 BEST, George Hubert Thomas 
3943 BOBY, Robert Sydney Pearce 
4335 BRAENDLE, Henry August ... 

3799 CRAN, Charles Robert 
3901 CROKER, Frederick Reginald 
3413 CROUCH, Cpl. Frank Harris 



g/ 6/15 5 Lt.-Col. Commdg. U3 
3/10/14 8 (To $IR, Lancaster] Lieut. 



2/6/16 7 Lieut. Killed in action 31/7/17 
17/11/15 5 Z/> 

6/ 8/15 6 Lieut. 

2 1 6/1 6 5 Lieut. Died 2-]/4/i t j 

6/12/15 <5 Z*V&/. Killed in action 11/8/17 ^ 
22/12/15 5 Lieut. 

2 1 6/16 j Z*'<?w/. 5< Wounded i$m\i H! 
I7/H/I5 5 



10/12/15 <5 Lieut. 
2 1/ 1/16 

6/ 8/15 5 

6/12/15 ^ 

3/12/15 5 



F/D 

Wbttndtd - 

Lanes.} 
Killed in action 27/4/17 

21/3/18 



LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS (T/F). 



269 



4695 


EWING, Cpl. John Hawkins 


2/ 6/16 7 Capt. Wounded 21/1/17 


4747 


GODFREY, L/Cpl. Henry 


2/ 6/1 6 5 Lieut. Killed in action 9/9/16 


4 2 35 


GRIFFITHS, Herbert Plowman J. ... 


i/ i/ 1 6 8 Lieut. 


3897 


HOWARD, Horace Herbert Walters ... 


6/12/15 & Lieut. 


4003 


JACOB, Claude Goddard 


22/12/15 8 Lieut. 


2244 


KIRK, Cpl. Kenworth Linton 


1 1/ 9/15 7 Lieut. Prisoner of war 25/4/18 


47*9 


KNIGHT, Edward James 


i6/ 6/i 6 7 Lieut. Killed in action 12/5/17 


2521 


LAMBERT, L/Cpl. Cecil Osmond ... 


3/ 7/i5 (5} Lieut. ^London TO 


4762 


LAWKIE, Thomas 


2/ 6/165 Lieut. 


3921 


LEE, L/Cpl. Edwin James . . . 


6/12/15 8 Lieut. Wounded -l\2l\b TO 


3910 


MORDECAI, Cpl. Leslie Roy 


29/11/155 Capt. Wounded 13/7/17 TO 


4 r 73 


MOULDEY, Walter Edwin 


6/12/15 6 Litut. Wounded 25/6/1 6 TO 


3496 


PETTIT, L/Cpl. Leonard Henry 


15/12/15 8 Lieut. 


3960 


PROCTER, George Henry Vincent ... 


6/12/15 8 Lieut. Killed in action 6/9/17 


43 6 9 


ROE, Alfred 


27/11/15 7 Lieut. * TO 


349 8 


ROWLANDS, L/Cpl. John Walter ... 


17/12/15 7 Lieut. 


39 6 4 


SCURLOCK, Stephen John 


6/12/15 <? Lieut. fc Wounded '2 4/10/17 TO 


2521 


SMIRKE, Cpl. Edwin Alexander 


1 1/ 9/15 7 Capt. * Wounded 18/4/18 TO 


4289 


SPINK, Edward Wodehouse 


20/12/15 7 _*'<?#/. Killed in action 23/10/18 


3968 


SPRINGBETT, Sydney Arthur 


22/12/15 ^ Lieut. 


4228 


STURT, Humphrey Morriston 


22/12/15 ^ Lieut. Died 17/1/18 


4269 


SWEENEY, Ronan Linley 


17/12/15 <? Lieut. 


3743 


TWEEDY, Charles Francis ... 


17/11/15 5 Lieut. Killed in action 9/10/17 


3 6 3 2 


UNGER, Frederick Audley 


17/11/15 5 ZzV/. 


4405 


WELDON, Henry Arthur C. Bowers 


22/12/15 7 Lieut, TO 


39 2 9 


YOUNG, Harold Francis 


7/12/15 <5 Zz>/. 


763941 


ADDIE, Robert Leathern 


3i/ 7/17 5 Killed in action 20/11/1 7 


764482 


CHADWICK, Wilfred 


3i/ 7/17 <5 Wounded 11/5/18 


1170 


ESSEX, Percy Clifford 


9/ 7/1 6 5 Killed in action 9/9/16 


537 


JACKSON, John Henry 


1 1/ 7/16 5 Killed in action 9/9/16 


764621 


LOVELL, Edward Caton 


28/ 8/17 5 Killed 1 in action 12/11/17 


762685 


MOORE, Charles Christopher 


28/ 8/17 (<5) * Prisoner of war 25/4/18 


6474 


MUCKLOW, Stuart Leslie 


26/ 9/1 6 5 Z/Vtf/. 


7 6 5737 


STABLER, Athol William Edward ... 


27/ 2/i 8 <? Wounded 12/10/18 


3 6 45 


THOROGOOD, Edward Linford 


2/12/15 ^ Z/<?/. Killed in action 3/9/18 


763630 


TRUESDALE, Reginald 


2'6/ 4/17 <5 Wounded 18/4/18 ' 


288 


WALKER, Richard 


2O/ 6/1 6 5 Killed in action 9/8/16 


764860 


WATKIN, Ernest Walter 


2 9 / 8/17 7 


766738 


WHITWORTH, Walter Haworth 


24/ 5/1 8 7 Died of wounds 14/9/18 


4872 


WILLIAMS, Claude S. Maur 


4/ 8/1 6 5 ZKI*/. 


763221 


WORTHINGTON, James 


3 1 / 7/i7 7 




Service Battalions 


(New Armies). 


1232 


BARNS, Howard Martin 


2 4/ 3/ J 5 1 8 Lieut. Wounded -/5/i6 


761627 


BELL, Cecil Charles 


5/ 8/17 7(5 Killed in action 28/11/17 


762347 


BURNS, David Graham 


267 4/17 j-d Z?Vw/. 



27O 



LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS (S/B). 



768414 


CHADWICK, James Blackwell 


5/ 2/19 


762361 


CHALLIS, Ivor James 


26/ 4/17 II Killed in action 14/4/18 


766218 


CHARLTON, George James 


2 6/ 3/18 52 


?6735 8 


COAKLEY, John 


SI 2/19 


763258 


COLLINGE, James 


28/ 3/17 10 Lieut. Wounded 19/8/17 


767905 


EATOUGH, John Oliver 


5/ 3/ J 9 


763152 


EILBECK, William Arthur ... 


2 6/ 4/17 Wounded 26/j/ 1 7 


767041 


ELLAMS, George Ernest 


3/ 2/19 


763180 


GRELLIER, Arthur Berteau 


28/8/17 Killed in action 26/3/18 


763453 


HALL, Philip Henry 


28/ 3/17 10 


763300 


HARRIS, Hubert Alfred 


2 9/ 3/17 2 Lieut. 


768832 


HENNESSY, John James 


*7/ 3/i9 


764891 


HEYWOOD, Harry 


2 8/ 8/17 


765827 


HOLGATE, Leonard George . . 


i3/ 3/1 8 Wounded 11/9/18 


763931 


JAMIESON, John 


3 1/ 7/17 9(16} Killed in action 3/4/18 


76i547 


MACFARLANE, Donald Murray 


23/ 6/17 19 * 


760860 


MARRYAT, Hugh Palliser 


23/ 6/17 19 


766977 


MAUDSLEY, Hugh Pearson ... 


5/ 3/i9 


765795 


MICKLETHWAITE, Tom Dudley Aspey 


2I/ 2/l8 (2) 


768374 


MILLER, James 


3/ 2 /i9 


764374 


MILLER, John Bernard 


24/ 9/ J 7 


769300 


MORRELL, Patrick Frank Arthur 


J4/ 3/ J 9 


760861 


Moss, Gordon Owen 


2 3/ 6/17 19 


763433 


O'GARR, John William 


28/ 3/17 19 Emp. Min. of Munitions 


7611 


OGDEN, George Sidney 


19/12/16 Lieut. Wounded 19/4/18 


769242 


PARKER, Alexander Henderson 


2/ 2/19 


55 2 9 


PARRY, Samuel Hindley Ascroft 


i8/ 3/17 1 8 Capt. Wounded 2 8/10/18 


i9 2 5 


PRESCOTT, Reginald Julius 


i8/ 3/17 1 8 Killed in action 15/4/17 


764719 


RIGBY, Daniel Francis 


28/ 8/I 7 


766619 


RILEV, Leonard 


*7/ 3/i9 


7974 


RILEY, Paul 


19/12/16 (<?) Killed in action 10/10/17 


7264 


ROBERTS, Frederick Arthur Donkin 


19/12/16 1 8 Lieut. *fc HI 


763798 


ROSE, Eric William 


28/8/17 2 *& Killed in action 5/4/18 


5218 


SKELTON, Henry 


i8/ 3/17 ii Wounded 1/5/18 K\A 2/10/18 


5666 


SMEARDON, Ernest Noel 


19/12/16 Lieut. 


764912 


SMITH, Herbert Dudley 


2&/ 8/17 AV//#f / flrtfow 17/3/18 


762915 


SMITH, James Reginald 


24/ 9/17 Lieut. 


7296 


STEAD, Horace Stuart 


19/12/16 p Killed in action 23/3/18 


764211 


TIMSON, Frank Arthur 


i/ 8/17 Wounded 10/5/18 


760832 


TRESTRAIL, Lawrie ... 


23/ 6/17 


767732 


WALKER, Frank Benjamin ... 


i9/ 3/19 


765819 


WILLIAMS, Bertram Allen 


i3/ 3/i8 


8084 


WINGROVE, William Edward 


25/ 1/17 Emp. Min. of Munitions 


7285 


WRIGHT, George St. John 


19/12/16 (2) 



THE EAST LANCASHIRE REGIMENT. 



271 





Regular Battalions 


/M_- 1 & O> 130th Foot. 
(nOt. 1 fit ). 1 59th Foot. 


Lieut. 


BYRNE, Alan Walter 


2/ 6/15 i Capt. Wounded 18/6/15 






and I ieut. 


1483 


BULL, Joseph William 


io/ 7/15 2 (7* &.) >/W 1/10/16 


2205 


CLARKE, John Moulding 


1 1 / 6/15 i Lieut, ( i ojSom .L.J.) Mm . ofL ab. 


1667 


ELLEN, Eric Adrian 


io/ 7/15 2 Capt. Killed in action 30/1/17 


2069 


HATFIELD, Frederick Edmund 


26 / 5/15 I Capt. Wounded -/i2/i$,-/j/i6 


1828 


HENDERSON, Ernest J. 


2o/ 3/15 2 Capt.v.s.o.*w. 9/5/1 5, 25/3/18) 


1109 


HOWELL, Herbert Edgar 


20 1 3/15 2 Killed in action 9/5/15 [JR[ 


2011 


JONES, Kenneth Champion 


io/ 7/15 i Wounded 8/1/16 K\A 1/7/16 


2038 


KEABLE, Benjamin 


io/ 7/15 2 Lieut. Wounded 26/7/15 


1904 


MALLETT, Eric Sydney 


io/ 7/15 i Killed in action 1/7/16 


I73 


MARSHALL, Sgt. Augustus de la Poer 


2o/ 3/15 2 Killed in action 9/5/15 


1914 


MARSHALL, John Hamilton 


2 4/ 7/*5 2 Wounded -j $1 16 KjA 23/10/16 


III3 


NEVILL, Eric 


2O/ 3/15 2 Lieut. Wounded 26 J-] [15 


1873 


NEVVCOMBE, Richard 


26/ 5/15 i Capt. M.G.O. K]A 1/7/16 


1520 


NORTON, Alfred George 


2O/ 3/15 2 Killed in action 9/5/15 


1994 


REYNOLDS, David 


io/ 7/15 i Lieui. 


1217 


THOMAS, Heinrich W. M 


1 1/ 6/15 I Capt. Killed in action 1/7/16 


1219 


WHEATE, Arthur 


1 1/ 6/15 I Wounded -l$li$ Dj W 5/4/16 


762514 


B ROM FIELD, Frank Larden 


26/ 4/17 i * 


763120 


BRAMWELL, James ... 


3/ S/' 1 ? i 


764275 


TAYLOR, Stephen 


28 / 8/17 r 


6774 


THOMPSON, Jacob Cyril 


z6/ 9/16 2 



6814 



399 2 
4042 

3994 
4079 

4159 
4122 
4028 
4099 
4207 
39i5 

6883 
762734 

4002 
763876 
765943 



Special Reserve Battalion (No. 3). 

O'MEARA, Leon Alfred ... ... 6/ 8/16 3(6) Killed in action 6/2/17 

Territorial Battalions (Nos. 4 & 5.) 



BOSWELL, L/Cpl. Claude Oliver ... 17/12/15 5 

FOSTER, Reginald Frank ... ... 17/12/15 j 

FARROW, L/Cpl. Alfred ... - 22/12/15 4 

GRAY, George Sinclair ... ... 22/12/15 4 

HAMPSHIRE, Stanley ... ... 22/12/15 4 

LONG, Thomas Drildord ... ... 22/12/15 4 

McCoRMiCK, L/Cpl. Harry ... 17/12/15 3 

PHILLIPS, Percy Alfred ... ... 27/12/15 4 

SPICER, Edward Masters ... .. 22/12/15 4 

THOMPSON, George Kenneth ... 17/12/15 5 

WERNHAM, Herbert Fuller ... ... 25/11/15 3 

BAMBER, Donald William Bewsher n/ 7/16 4 

BARTLETT, Frederick Harold ... 28/ 8/17 4 

BATTOCK, Thomas William ... 22/12/15 5 

BUTTON, Vincent Joseph ... ... 2&/ 8/17 (4 

HOLDSWORTH, Harry ... ... 24/ 5/18 4 



Killed in action 9/10/17 
Lieut, w. 26/5/17 Ind. Army 
Lieut. (2/5 L Fits.) w. 12/8/18,) 
Lieut (M.G.C.) [30/8/18] 

Killed in action 9/10/17 
Lieut. TSi 

Died of wounds as Pj W 8/5/1 7 
Lieut, w. 15/8/17 PJW 23/4/1 8 
Lieut. * P/W^/5/iS 
Capt. <% >i< 

Wounded 13/8/17 
Lieut. Killed in action 21/3/18 



272 



EAST LANCASHIRE REGIMENT (T/F). 



764967 

6590 

760407 

5873 
6082 

761454 
764077 



2114 
2052 

3 2 93 
22OI 

3783 

4686 
763816 
763516 
762385 
762587 

767775 
761044 
760904 
764197 

767935 

763581 

1237 

5848 

764597 
760706 
761416 

762457 
761048 

59M 
763240 

763698 
764072 
763242 

764252 

764339 
7028 

5 2 7 
8072 

764853 

764858 

1164 

4819 

761053 



MORGAN, William Llewellyn 
MORRIS, William Alexander 
SEYMOUR, Bernard Gilbert . 
SLATER, John Elwyn 
STEPHENSON, Allan 
TAYLOR, John Birley 
TOMLINSON, John Ernest 



31/10/17 5 

26 1 9/1 6 4 Wounded 29/8/17 

26/ 3/18 4 

1 1/' 7/16 5 Lieut, Killed in action 3/5/17 

5/ 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 

J 5/ 9/ J 7 4 Killed in action 24/12/17 
*5/ 9A7 4 



Service Battalions (New Armies). 



CHOWNE, Gerald Henry Tilson 
FREEMAN, Clifford John Austin 
GIBBS, Lawrence Henry 
SMITH, Cyril Baynes 
THOMPSON, Cecil Victor 

ADDISON, Roger 

BROADBENT, Eric Gladstone 

BURR, Everett Harold 

CARRUTHERS, Alexander Robert ... 

CORLETT, Richard Lovell ... 

COTTON, Rex 

EMERY, Walter Herbert Vernon 

FAULKNER, Roscoe 

GITTINGS, Charles ... 

CORN ALL, Leslie Ashworth 

GRIMSHAW, James Edward 

GURNER, Eric Davidson 

HEATH, William Frederick 

HOLMES, Frederick William 

JAMES, Stuart Tom 

JEFFREYS, James Robert 

LEACH, John 

LOWE, Edgar 

LOWICK, James Shirley 

LYONS, Edward Thomas 

MARRIOTT, James Sefton 

MOSES, L/Cpl. Lewis Frederick Chas. 
NUTCOMBE, Thomas Arthur 
OSBORNE, Edward Bertram 
FINDER, Leonard 
POCOCK, Raglan Lionel Alfred 
PRADA, Luis Enrique 

SAGAR, Arnold Leslie 

SAUNDERS, Harry Augustus 

TURNER, Arthur 

TVER, Eric 

WALKER, Vernon Lee 

WHITE, Thomas Herbert 



8/ 1/15 o Capt. Died of Wounds 2/5/17 

io/ 6/15 io Lieut. 

3/10/15 7 Z/V//A ^ [23/3/18] 

7/11/15 8 Capt. w. -/5/ 1 6, 24/4/17, 
7/11/15 <? Ca/tf. w. 19/1/16 .A7<4 6/2/17 1 

6/ 9/1 6 T-O >& Wounded 5/6; '17 B} 
3o/ 5/17 Wounded 15/6/18 
26/ 4/17 Wounded v)l%l 17 />/ ^14/6/18 
26/4/17 Wounded 12/4/18 
2 8/ 3/17 



3/ 8/17 


7 


24/ 6/17 


7 


28/ 8/I 7 




5/ 3/ x 9 




26/ 4/^7 




I/ 5/17 


* 


!/ ^/jy 


<? 


28/ 8/I 7 




2 6/ 4/17 




24/ 6/17 


7 


2 8/ 3/17 




3/ 8/. 7 


7 


i/ 5/17 


<5" 


26/ 4/1? 




2 5/ 9/ J 7 




28/ 8/I 7 


(5) 


26/ 4/17 





28/ 8/17 
V 5/ r 7 



267 1/17 
*4/ 9/J7 

24/ 9/17 

I/ 5/17 
V 5/^7 

3/ 8/i7 



26/10/1 8 

7 Z/<r/. Wounded 28/9/18 
(5) Killed in action 21/3/18 



Wounded 22/4/1 8 



Wounded 13/8/17 
Killed in action 4/10/17 

(5) Wounded 28/3/1 8 
(R.F.C.} K\A 2/8/18 

(5) z?/ fr WM /y JT 1/4/18 

j') Prisoner of war 29/4/18 
<? Killed in action 25/8/17 
<? Wounded 28/8; 1 7 
D.S.O. HI 



w. 12/4/18 

8 Killed in action 29/5/17 
7 ^(R.A.F.)w. 23/4/18 //. 24/1/1 9 



THE LOYAL NORTH LANCASHIRE REGIMENT. 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2). 



( 47th Foot 
I 81st Foot 



1630 GEMMEL, James Allison B. S. 

1098 GOLDIE, Cpl. Paul 

1409 GOLDIE, Robert 

1768 TKEATT, Chaplin Court 

>6o2o GORRELL, John Norman 



2nd Lieut. 

26 / 5/15 7 Lieut. Wounded - 1 gji6 Bl 

1 1/ 6/15 i Killed in action 25/9/15 

1 1/ 6/15 7 Z/rf. (M.G.C.} 

27 / 1/15 7 Z*V///. (R.F.C.} 

2-1! 3/18 7 



Special Reserve Battalion (No. 3). 

1653 GARDINER, John H. 9/11/14^(7) Wounded 23] - 



Territorial Battalions (Nos. 4, 5, 12 & 14). 



CROW, Arthur Arnold 

MOREWOOD, Sgt. Thomas Christmas 

3148 ATKINS, Charles Arthur 

4024 BRETT, Jasper 

4072 BRYANS, John 

4056 CANTY, Cpl. Harold 

3983 HART, L/Cpl. Thomas Elliott 

3076 KING, Harry Norman 

4092 LAWRENCE, Henry Wilfred 

4074 MURRAY, George Vernon 

3488 NEWTON, Walter Claude 

3611 PERKINS, Leonard ... 

3696 SMITH, Malcolm Guy 

4350 THOMSON, Hugh Dalrymple 

3988 WEST, Frederick John , 

4722 BAILEY, Samuel Herbert 

4111 BUTTERS, Philip Percy 

4043 HEDGES, Walter Frederick 

4785 MCCORQUODALE, George Melville ... 

4710 PAWSEY, Alfred Maxwell 

4164 PIVETEAU, Gabriel Joseph Lewis ... 

4113 POWELL, Rees Thornton 

4059 WARD, Harry Ernest 

4186 YOUNG, Clement Arthur 



26/11/14 5 Capt. Comm n -resign d (Med. unfit} 
K\A as Pte. (-\Essex) 10/10/17 
1/12/14 5 Major (R.A.S.C.} 



5/ 8/15 

6/12/15 

6/12/15 

6/12/15 

3/12/15 

S/ 8/15 

6/12/15 

6/12/15 
3/ 7/ T 5 
3/ 7/ : 5 
3o/ 7/15 

6 1 i/ 1 6 

6/12/15 

27/12/15 
27/12/15 j-^ Z/>///. 

27/12/15 Z2 

27/ I/l6 .7.2 Z/i?/. 

6/ i/ 1 6 12 Lieut. 
27 / i/ 1 6 

12/11/15 

12/12/15 72 Lieut. 

27/12/15 72 Lieut. 



(4} Lieut. 
5 Lieut. (R.E.} 
5 Died of wounds 28/10/17 
5 Capt. Wounded 8/6/1 7 
5 Lieut. (To Labour Corps} B) 
(4} Lieut. * Wntfulfds/ lo /*7 Hi 
5 Lieut. Wounded g/ '11/17 
j" Lieut. Wounded '251 '5/17 F/D(2) 
(4} Killed in action 4/7/17 
\4) (To ^Northampton} Lieut. 

4 Lieut. 

5 Lieut. 

5 C<7//. (7^ Labour Corps} 



* Title changed (ist January, 1921) to " The Loyal Regiment (North Lancjshne) 



LOYAL NORTH LANCASHIRE REGIMENT (T/F). 



5887 ASHTON, Arthur ... ... n/ 7/16 12 

765262 BANNISTER, John Bernard ... ... 28/11/17 4 

6303 BARDSLEY, Albert ... ... . .. n/ 7/16 12 

6377 BELLIS, Alan Waddington ... ... 26/ 9/16 4 

6679 BIGGER, Ivan Walter Edward Lennox n/ 7/16 4 

763564 BROOKE, Leonard ... ... ... 26/ 4/17 4 

764310 BROWN, David Leadman ... ...28/8/17 5 

6397 BROWN, Felix Cuthbert ... ... n/ 7/16 4 

763319 BROWN, Edward William Walter ... 28/ 8/17 

6398 BURY, Wilfred Hope u/ 7/16 4 

760899 CRABB, Harry Leslie ... ...11/5/17 4 

5368 FABER, Edward Greg ... ... n/ 7/16 12 

4728 FALBY, Edward Frederick ... ... n/ 7/16 4 

762803 FRIGHT, Harold William ... ... 28/ 8/17 

766022 HARGREAVES, Walter John ... 24/ 4/18 

6802 HART, Edmund John ... ... 2/ 6/16 

6006 HAWORTH, Leonard ... ...17/7/16 5 

5907 HOLDEN, Herbert Seymour ... 26/ 9/16 4 

6217 HOWARD, Stanley Boothby ... 26/ 9/16 4 

6649 JACKSON, Wilfred Lind ... ... u/ 7/16 12 

6315 JENKINSON, Francis Crofts ... 4/ 6/16 12 

6223 KENNEDY, John ... ... ... 5/ 9/16 4 

5699 KNIGHT, Alfred Ovenden ... ... 2/6/16/2 

6679 LENNOX-BIGGE, Ivan Wm. Edward n/ 7/16 4 

6807 LEWIS, Henry Stephen ... ... 2/6/16/2 

6227 LLOYD, Stanley Clement ... ... 26/ 9/16 4 

5917 MARSDEN, Walter 5/ 9/16 4 

763831 MASCALL, Vallance Cook ... ... 28/ 8/17 4 

4733 MATHER, Volney ... ... 2/ 6/16 12 

5702 MCCARTHY, Thaddeus Francis ... 5/9/16 4 

765687 MITTON, Paul Dury ... ... 18/12/17 4 

5349 MUCKLESTON, Henry Paul ... 2/ 6/16 12 

6425 PARKER, Geoffrey ... ... ... 26/ 9/16 4 

5634 PULPHER, Herbert Hamilton ... 2/ 6/16 12 

5537 RAYNER, Robert Stanley ... ... 5/ 9/16 4 

5353 RIDING, George Edward ... ... u/ 7/16 5 

6821 SELBY, Edgar Wynne ... ... 26/ 9/16 4 

5806 SKINGLEY, Thomas George ... 5/9/16 4 

6468 STONEHOUSE, Robert Alfred ... 26/ 9/16 4 

6831 VARAH, George Liddon ... ... 26/ 9/16 4 

5454 VERNON, Frank Lawson ... ... n/ 7/16 12 

5932 VIPOND, Frank Rowley ... ... 27/ 6/17 4 

762312 WALSH, Cpl. Alan Dudley 30/10/18 4 

4621 WALTON, Leon Maitland n/ 7/16 4 

6528 WATT, Alexander Lindsay Ivan W. 2/ 6/16 12 

6934 WAYE, William Basil ... ...26/9/16 4 



Lieut. 

Capl. ^ Wounded 10 > 17 

Prisoner of war 27/4/18 

Lieut. 

^ Killed in action 9 /4/ 1 8 

Lieut. 

Wounded 7/1/18, 15/8/18 

Lieut. Wounded i / 1 1 / 1 8 

Lieut. 

Killed in action 9/9/16 
(To 5 IS. Lanes.} Lieut. * | 
[w. 1/7/18, 23/11,18 f 
Lieut. HI 
Lieut. 

Wounded & P/ W 18/10/17 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 

Wounded 13/3/17 
Lieut. 
Lieut. f& 
Lieut. 
Litut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. * * PIW \t( /i/ 1 8 

Wounded 19/1/18 
Killed in action 31/7/17 
* w. 25/8/17 KfA 1 4 '4 i.S 

Lieut. 

Killed in action 9/4/ r 7 

Lieut. 

Capt. B) 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Wounded 25/8/17 

Killed in action 28/4/17 

Prisoner of war 23/5/18 

Lieut. Ace I killed 8/ 1 1 / 1 6 



Lieut. Killed in action 17/11/16 
Lieut. 

Lieut. Wounded 1 1/4/1 7 



LOYAL NORTH LANCASHIRE REGIMENT. 



275 



Service Battalions (New Armies). 



3113 BENNETT, Harry Dare ... ...22/1/15 

4682 COOKE, Leonard Austin ... ... 27/12/15 

5174 HARRISON, W. S. B. ... ... g/ 1/15 

1960 TINDAL-ATKINSON, Claro Paschal ... 3i/ 8/14 

2551 WILLIS, Norman Steward ... ... 23/ 2/15 

3341 WOOLEY, Eric Christensen ... 12/12/15 

762641 BIGGER, Trevor Henry Lennox ... 3o/ 5/17 

2429 CLARIDGE, Charles Gordon ... 12/11/16 

7054 CREASE, Sydney Herbert ... ... i8/ 3/17 

762256 CULLERNE, Alan Baird ... ... i/ 7/17 

763260 CULLUM, Henry Westhorpe ... 28/ 8/17 

761782 EDWARDS, Cecil Guy ... ... 3/ 3/19 

5898 ELTOFT, William Crinan 5/ 9/16 

8055 FERGUSON, Alan Cort Wright ... 19/12/16 

7323 GRANT, James Arden ... ... 19/12/16 

6460 GRIFFITHS, Frederick Victor ... 5/ 9/16 

764144 HARRIS, Sydney Ernest .. ... a8/ 8/17 

5695 HAY, Robert 24/ 1/17 

7231 HIELD, Hugh . ... ... ... 19/12/16 

6997 HINDMARSH, Clifford ... ... i8/ 3/17 

766926 HODGSON, Ronald 28/12/18 

7232 HOWARD, Albert Leonard ... ... 19/12/16 

763749 JACKSON, John Arthur ... ... 3i/ 7/17 

3571 JAMES, Charles Holloway ... ... 27/ 6/16 

2279 JONES, Harold Newton ... ... 22/11/16 

5956 KELLY, Charles Leonard i/ 5/17 

764544 LAMBERT, Walter 28/ 8/17 

764271 LARKIN, Joseph ... ... ... 3i/ 7/17 

5021 MAINGOT, Patrick Sherlock ... i/ 5/17 

7657 MATTHEWS, Stanley Ernest ... 19/12/16 

3120 MILLAR, Hugh Frederick ... ... 12/11/16 

768280 MOLYNEUX, George Wynne ... io/ 3/19 

7316 Moss, Edgar Nuttall 19/12/16 

764446 MOTTRAM, Charles Edmund ... 28/ 8/17 

7876 PARRY, Gerald Owen 19/12/16 

5028 QUESNEL, Robert Emmanuel ... 24/ 1/17 

764164 RAGG, Claroll Watkins ... ... 2g/ 8/17 

764104 REED, Arthur Edwin 3i/ 7/17 

764261 SHORT, Harold ... ... ... 3i/ 7/17 

J 359 SMITH, Sidney Bernard ... ... 12/11/16 

768129 SMITH, William ... ... ... i7/ 3/19 

6773 SPURGEON, Victor Fairfax ... ... 19/12/16 

7900 STANDEN, Leslie Richard ... ... 12/12/16 

5458 WAY, Robert Edmond Allen ... 1/5/17 

767786 WHITESIDE, William ... ... 3/3/19 

761614 WILKIE, James ... ... ... 24! 6/17 

766911 WOODRUFF, Frank George ... ... 25/ 6/iS 



8 Capt. Wounded -/7/i6 
12 Lieut. 

9 Killed in action 7/7/16 

io Capt. (R.A.F.} w. 13/8/17 
io Lieut. Wounded -/4/i6 
io Lieut. Wounded -/7/i6 

8 

7 w. 31/8/17 P/W6/6/iS 

7 

7 >fc Wounded 15/8/17 
Wounded 19/1/18 

Lieut. (To R.E. Signals] 
Wounded 21/8/17 

8 Wounded 18/6/17 



(4) Died of wounds 15/5/18 

9 

8 Wounded 18/8/17 

7 * 

io Killed in action j 8/9/1 8 
Prisoner of war 26/7/18 

7 Lieut. 

7 Lieut. 
IO Wounded 26/9/17 



io * Bl 

Prisoner of war 2/1 1/17 
io 

Lieut. Wounded 15/10/18 
Wounded 8 /6 / '18 
Lieut. 

io Wounded 24/4/17 
Lieut. ($/S. Lanes.} 

* Wounded 15/4/18 
io Major * Wounded 17/4/1 

Lieut. 
Lieut, 
io Died of woutids 29/5/17 

7 * 



27 THE SOUTH LANCASHIRE REGIMENT 

(THE PRINCE OF WALES' VOLUNTEERS). 



2548 

898 

1038 

7811 
8010 



3038 
3010 
3043 
3312 
3055 
3966 
1174 

762317 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2). 

2nd Lieut. 

CASE, Geoffrey ... ... ... 29] 8/15 2 Lieut. 

ROSCOE, William 

THOMPSON, C/Sgt. Claude Ernest 



< 40th Foot 
' 82nd Foot 



iv. 25/9/15 



SMITH, Sidney Paxton 

ST. GEORGE, Acheson Reginald 



7/ 1/15 2 M.G.C. Lieut. * w. 23/6/15 Bl 
27/ 1/15 2 Lt.-CoL (^JS. Lanes.} D.S.O. 
Wounded - 

26/ 1/17(5) 
2 6/ 1/17(5) 



Special Reserve Battalion (No. 3). 



GILES, Mark Harold 
HILLIAR, Gordon Edward ... 
Li \ DEN, Garnett Harold 
McLEAN, Archibald John ... 
MCWILLIAM, Sgt. Edgar Cumbo 
SIMPSON, John Ray 
WALKER, Edmund A. Hornsey 

CHARLTON, Frank Tysoe 



... 7 / 5/15 3(2} Lieut. Bl 

5/ 3/i5 3(2} (2 [E. Lanes.} KfA 25/9/1-5 

... 25/ 4/15 3(4) Lieut. Wounded 2/10/17 

... i2/ 5/15 3 Lieut. (M.G.C.} w.-j 11/16, 

- 7/ 5/iS J 

... 29/10/15 j Lieut. 

... 17/9/14 j(^) C//. Wounded ' 6j '11/16, 

... 26/ 4/17 j Z>/<?^ of wounds 3/10/18 



7/ 1/16 4 Lieut. 
3 1/ 5/1 6 4 Lieut. 



Territorial Battalions (Nos. 4 & 5). 
BROWN, Sgt. Walter James ... ... n/ 1/16 4 Lieut. 

DALBY, Frederick Binnie 
FISK, William Edgar 
JOHNSON, Frank Lawrence ... 
LAMBERT, Eric Clifford 
NIMMO, Adam Arthur 
PAUL, Robert Buchanan 
TODD, Charles Leslie Morgan 
TUCKER, Duncan George Samuel 
TURNER, George Herbert ... 
WOODS, Cpl. Clement Alfred 
WELLS, Robert 



ll'ounded -1 12/16 

m 

2/ 6/16 4 Lieut. To King's African Rifles: 

i9/ 6/1 6 4 Lit'ut. 

22 j 1/16 j" Lieut. 

22 1 i/ 1 6 5 Lieut. 

ll 1/16 4 Died of wounds 4/8/16 

28/ i/i 6 4 Lieut. 

ll 1/16 4 Lieut. 

7/ i/i 6 4 Lieut. 

ig/ 6/1 6 4 Lieut. 



AISTON, William 

ATHERTON, Arthur William ... 
BARKER, Frederick ... 
BARON, Frank Oseland 
BROCKHURST, Arthur Harold 
CARKY, Richard Mein 
CLEVELAND, John Thomas Ernest 
DOUGLAS, Reginald March ... 
FALLOW, Henry Fife 
FARRANT, Victor Thomas 



26 / 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 

23/11/16 4 Lieut. 

20/12/16 4 Lieut. 

5/ 9/16 4 Lieut. 

5/ 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 

5/ 9/1 6 4 Lieut. 

2 8/ 8/17 4 

3 1/ 7/17 4 Wounded 9/5/18 

6/ 8/i6 4 Wounded 13/8/17 

1 1/ 7/1 6 4 Lieut. Bl 



Wounded 21/4/17 
Wounded 21/4/17 



SOUTH LANCASHIRE REGIMENT (T/F). 



277 



6909 


HARRISON, Norman 


5/ 9/t 6 4 Lieut. Wounded -[-[17 


7669 


H EATON, Frank 


26 / 1/17 4 Wounded 21/9/17 


762529 


HILTON, John Henry 


i7/ 6/17 4 


764243 


HOLLINGSWORTH, Edward ... 


3 1 / 7/*7 5 Wounded 6/2/18 


763930 


HUBBLE, William George 


3i/ 7/17 4 


766697 


LEE, Donald Melville 


23/ 6/18 4 


6385 


LINES, Arthur James 


5/ 9/1 6 4 Lieut. Wounded -/7/*7 


6602 


PEACOCK, George 


20/12/16 4 


762840 


PERTWEE, John Whittaker 


25/ 9/17 4 


6269 


ROTHWELL, Stanley 


26 / 9/1 6 4 Wounded 13/8/17, 21/6/18 


762135 


SMEDLEY, William Herbert 


28/ 8/17 4 


6529 


WARD, David Harold 


5/ 9/ 16 4 


762005 


WHITE, Herbert Blanchford 


2 5/ 9/17 5 Wounded 7/5/18 


764468 


WILD, Harold 


2 8/ 8/17 4 


5826 


WORMALD, Henry 


26/ 9/16 4 




Service Battalions 


(New Armies). 


2056 


CATFORD, Walter Arundel 


3/ 4/15 ii To lo/JS. Surrey 


899 


CLIVELY, Richard C. 


17/9/14 6 To Tank Corps Major & IB 


1740 


FRY, David Chamberlain 


19/10/14 ii Major (M.G.C.) 


1318 


HORSEY, Cyril James 


I7/ 9/14 6(7) Died of ivounds 22/11/16 


281 


JARVIS, Sgt. Ernest Cory 


17/9/14 6 Capt. w. -/8/i5 K\A 28/8/16 


3312 


McLEAN, Archibald John 


i2/ 5/15 10 To 3 


2970 


MANNING, Archibald R. Oswald 


i4/ 1/15 11(13) Capt. Wounded 18/6/18 


823 


NAYLOR, L/Cpl. Thomas Henry 


i7/ 9/14 10 Capt. w. 19/8/15, 10/6/18 H}(2) 


2031 


SHANKS, Edward Buxton 


3/12/14 8 


553 


SHUFFREY, Gilbert ... 


i7/ 9/14 6 Lieut. Wounded -/8/ '15 


2468 


THEVENARD, Charles Wirgeman 


13/10/14 p Capt. 


234 


VANDERVELL, Sgt. Frank 


i7/ 9/14 6 Major Bde.M\GO/. w. 6/9/18 


1174 


WALKER, Edmund A. Hornsey 


i7/ 9/14 6 To 3 


6838 


ARCHER, John 


26/9/16 7 Lieut. Hi 


7363 


BAYNES, John Ernest 


19/12/16 ii Lieut. 


6136 


COPPOCK, Hugh Searle 


5/ 9/1 6 (2) Z*V/. w. 22/1/17, 9/6/1 7 1 


768642 


CURRAN, Cyril Robert Philpot 


J 7/ 3/ x 9 1^7^ 10/4/18 Ulj 


7327 


FARNSWORTH, Sydney Richard 


19/12/16 7 Wonnaed 7/10/18 


763820 


FOULKES, Edward 


26/4/17 Wounded 1/5/18 


8033 


GOLDING, Harold Gordon Lancelot... 


19/12/16 ZrV#/. 


7353 


LIDGETT, John Cuthbert 


19/12/16 77 Lieut. Killed in action 23/3/18 


6808 


LITTLER, Frank 


5/ 9/16 c? Lieut. Killed in action 23/7/17 


"63834 


PRICE, Richard Halstead 


26/ 4/17 


6880 


SMITH, John Carrington 


26/9/16 7 Lieut. 


763648 


STILWELL, Clifford Francis ... 


27/6/17 7 Z/V#/. Wounded 17/1/18 


73 2 4 


TICEHURST, Arthur George ... 


19/12/16 <? Lieut. 


7989 


WAKELEY, Arthur Day 


19/12/16 7 Z/<?#/. >i< Wounded 13/6/17 


767242 


WARD, Arthur 


5/ 2/19 


762820 


WILLIAMS, Edward ... 


2 9/ 3/*7 


767940 


WILLIAMS, John 


5/ 3/i9 


7624 


WILKINSON, David Havelock 


19/12/16 Wounded 1/10/18 



THE ROYAL LANCASTER REGIMENT 

(THE KING'S OWN). 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2). 



4th Foot 



197 
1511 
1119 

6250 
761520 
764048 



2801 

766333 
762731 



Lieut. 

65 

3614 
3 2 59 
3828 

3395 
3882 

3066 

373 
3866 

3555 

761173 

763632 

5162 

5888 

539 
6045 

762555 

5441 
6671 

5354 
6171 

559 



ELLIS, L/Cpl. Francis Henry 
JEWERS, Stuart Frank 
WIMBUSH, Nelson Norman 



2nd Lieut. 

i4/ 2/15 2 Wounded Pj W 11/5/1 5 

i4/ 2/15 2 Lieut. Wounded 25 '4/15 

i4/ 2/15 2 Lieut. Wounded 8 (/ 5/1 5 



BROWN, Richard Leslie ... ... -/ 1/17 I 

Fox, Joseph ... 2/ 8/17 



WALL, Alan Mansfield 



Wounded 17/9/18 
Wounded 24/10/17 



29/ 8/17 I Prisoner of war 6/6/ 1 8 



Special Reserve Battalion (No. 3). 
LUPTON, Lionel 3/10/14 3 Lieut. B)(2) 

FARMER, Charles Arthur 
WHITE, Stanley Clarke 



3 

26/ 4/17 3 



Territorial Battalions (Nos. 4 & 5). 



PERL, Bernard Huson 
BALL, C/Sgt. Sidney Charles 
BUSTARD, Frank 
BUSTARD, Ralph 
CADDY, William Lynass 
DELAFIELD, Frederick Herman 
GILLESPIE, Isidore ... 
HUTCHINSON, George Herbert 
KIRTON, Henry Harold 
SLEIGH, Wallace Robert 
THOMSON, Norman 

ABRAHAMSON, Harold 
ANDREWS, Lionel Raymond 
APPLEYARD, Charles Herbert 
AVISON, Frank 
BEAZLEY, Tom Forest 

BROOKE, Frank 

CONROY, Edmund Peter 
FORD, Clement William 
FOXON, Sidney William 
GOODMAN, Joseph 
HONEY, William James 
KEIGHLEY, Lindon Rayner ... 
LEWIS, Davis Robert Thomas 

*Title changed (ist January, 1921) to ' 



.. i8/ 3/i 6 5 Capt. &> Adjt. * Bl 

.. 24/12/14 5 Major ($1 Liverpool) o. U.K. 

.. IT/ 6/15 5 Major Bl(2) 

.. 2/ 4/15 5 Capt. Wounded 5/5/15 

.. 3o/ 7/15 5 Capt. 

.. 3o/ 7/15 5 Lieut, m 

.. 3/12/155 Wounded 16/4/17 

.. 5 / 8/15(5) Capt. 

.. si 8/15(5) Capt. 

3/ 1 1^(5} Lieut. 

3/ 7/15 5 Lieut. 

.. 28/ 8/17 4 Wounded 22/6/18 

.. 2 8/ 8/17 5 

.. n/ 7/16 5 

.. n/ 7/16 5 

.. 1 1/ 7/1 6 5 Lieut. 

.. 1 1/ 7/1 6 5 Z/<?w/. 

.. 2 4 / 9/17 ^ 

.. 5/9/165 Wounded 30/5/17 KjA $\ ; i; 
.. 5/ 9/16 ^ Z/'///. Wounded 19/3/17 
.. 1 1/ 7/1 6 5 Killed in action 11/4/17 
.. 26/ 9/1 6 ^ Z/!??//. 

5.' 9/1 6 ^ Lieut. Died of wounds $ 12 17 
.. 1 1/ 7/16 5 Lieut. 

King's Own Royal Regiment (Lancaster)." 



7^'. 23/4/17, IO/5/I8 

(R.A.F} 
Wounded -/ 1 1/ 1 6 
I Vounded -/ 1 1 / 1 6 



ROYAL LANCASTER REGIMENT (T/Fi. 



279 



5775 
2760 

5377 

7729 

764562 

766531 

5216 

764267 

6525 
6204 
7522 
4976 
766319 



647 

1427 

3 2 45 

1653 

63 

1676 

766 

J 754 

55 

55 1 

216 

2165 

764007 

764744 

6 353 

764749 

6884 

764975 
6565 

761567 
6994 

5755 
767907 

5/68 

439 
766785 

7280 
762862 
764900 

7645 5 
762740 



LORD, Gilbert Henry n/ 7/163- 

NOTLEY, Albert Carr 2g/ 8/17 J 

PARK, Albert Barton ... ... u/ 7/16 j 

PATERSON, James Stuart ... ... 5/ 9/16 4 

PICKBOURNE, Maurice ... ... 28/ 8/17 5 

SAMS, Rueben Alfred 247 5/18 5 

SCIAMA, Abraham ... ... ... z6/ 9/16 4 

SMITH, Herbert Alexander ... ...31/7/175 

STEPHENSON, John Charles ... 26/ 9/16 4 

TAYLOR, George Arthur ... ... 5/ 9/16 4 

WHITE, Harold Damant 26/ 9/16 4 

WHITWORTH, Edward Charles ... 5/ 9/16 4 

WILKINSON, Charles Norman ... i/ 5/18 5 



Lieut. ^ Wounded 15/8/17 1 

(5(S. Lanes. ) A'/ A 3Q/J/ i 8 

Lieut. 

Lieut. Wounded 1/12/17 

Lieut. Wounded 30/6/1 8 

Lieut. 

Wounded 12/10/18 

Lieut. Wounded 22/5/18 

Lieut. >J< Wounded 20/9/17 

Lieut. 

Lieut. Wounded 18/9/18 

Wounded 2/9/18 



Service Battalions (New Armies). 



BUCKLE, Francis Danno ... ... 6/ 9/14 

CHERITON, William George L. ... i?/ 9/14 

CONWAY, Joseph Michael 12/12/15 

GARDINER, John H. 9/11/14 

HIGGINS, L/Cpl. Herbert Edward P. i7/ 9/14 

HYAMS, Geoffrey io/ 6/15 

JURGENS, Sydney George ... ... i7/ 9/14 

MADAN, Nigell Cornwallis ... ... ig/ 9/14 

MANLOVE, Cpl. John Edward Davis i-j/ 9/14 

MURRANE, L/Cpl. Hugh Dudley ... i7/ 9/14 

VINCENT, Sgt. Edward Sydney ... i?/ 9/14 

WHITAKER, Donald Nicoll W. ... i2/ 9/15 

BAILEY, Arnold 29/8/17 

BARBER, Edward Hanson ... ... 29/ 8/17 

BESWICK, John Charles ... ... i5/ 4/17 

BRICKELL, Arthur Mervyn ... ... 29} 8/17 

BRIGGS, William Lonsdale ... ... 23/11/16 

BROWN, John Aisbett ... ... ig/ 8/17 

COOK, Henry Walter ... ... 5/ 9/16 

COOPER, Thomas Charles ... ... 5/8/17 

FAIRBAIRN, Maurice ... ... 2/ 4/17 

GITSHAM, Arthur Herman ... ... 18/3/17 

GLEDHILL, Arnold Crosland ... 5/ 3/19 

KING, Llewelyn John Rowland ... 5/ 9/16 

LESLIE, Allan Dunbar ... ... 26/ 1/17 

LEVY, George 3/3/^9 

LINDSAY, James Gray ... ... 19/12/16 

MAYWOOD, Reginald Alfred Josephson i/ 3/17 

McNuLTY, Michael Stuart ... ... 28/ 8/17 

NIVEN, Alan Scott 28/8/17 

PEARCE, Norman ... ... ... 3o/ 5/17 



6 Lieut. 1U 

6 Capt. ( i g/ffanfs) 

7 Killed in action 7/7/16 
io To 3/ 'Loyal North Lanes. 

6 Capt. Killed in action 10/8/15 
io Lieut. 

6 Lieut. Died of woitnds 7/8/15 
S Lieut. Killed in action 3/3/16 
(Ind. Army} w. 29/5/17 
Wounded ty\\l\$ 



6 Capt. 
6 Capt. 
6 Major 
6 Lieut. 



8 Killed in action 24/3/18 

Wounded 17/9/18 
ii Prisoner of war D/ W 2 2/4 / 1 7 

Died of wounds 14/9/17 

8 Wounded 25/4/17 
ii >& Wounded tlfyiS 

ii Killed in action 7/7/17 



8 Wounded 4/4/18, 8/11/18 



Wounded 17/9/18 

Killed in action 4/11/17 
(7) Killed in action 12/10/17 



280 


ROYAL LANCASTER 


REGIMENT 


(SIB). 


7613 


PHILLIPS, Percival John 


19/12/16 


Wounded 4/g/ 1 7 


764573 


PRESTON, Benjamin Fred 


a8/- 8/17 




762415 


PRICE, Frederick 


3<V 5/*7 




7616 


PYE, Fred Eric Eustace 


19/12/16 


Lieut. Wounded 1/5/17 


763042 


ROCHE, John Arthur Edgar ... 


2 9/ 3/i7 




765045 


SHUTT, Donald Bethune 


i/ 8/17 


Wounded 20/7/18 


764387 


SMITH, George William 


2 9 / 8/I 7 II 


Killed in action 28/3/18 


764509 


STEER, John Stanley 


28/ 8/T 7 


Wounded 1 5/5/ 1 8 


769631 


THOMPSON, Frank 


J 5/ 2 A9 




764358 


WHITMORE, Allen 


2 9 / 8/17 ii 


Wounded 11/5/18, 15/6/18 



THE LEICESTERSHIRE REGIMENT. 



1009 
1401 
3387 
1694 
2509 
2234 
J 577 
7^3939 



5987 
5344 
5707 
6019 
766030 
4855 
5451 



4493 
4948 
4980 
4027 
4084 
2514 
4073 
5025 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2). 



BROWN, L/Cpl. Harold Atherton . 
DAVIS, Richard Nevill 
FRASER, Cecil Garnet 
HEMPHILL, L/Cpl. Howard Hislop 
KENNEDY, John Gilbert 
ROBERTSON, Frank Bruce ... . 
WILKINSON, Ernest Alexander . 

ROBERTS, Trevor Lane ... 



2nd Lieut. 



17tll Foot 



3/ 3/15 2 Killed in action 15/5/15 

3/ 3/15 2(1) Capt. >fr Wounded 17/5 ; r5 

7/11/15 2 Wounded 6/1/16 

2o/ 3/15 2 CVz/>/. >fc a/. 25/9/15 />//F HI 



28/11/15 I 

28/11/15 / 

3/ 3/15 .2 

30/10/17 



Killed in action 1 4/9* 1 6 

(ijK.A.R.} rfc Wounded \ 
25/9/15 [30/8/18 HI) 



Special Reserve Battalion (No. 3). 

COLLINS, Frederick George ... 8/ 7/16 j Lieut. (Garr. Bn. York L.I.) 

HYDE, Henry Cameron ... ... 8/ 7/16 3(6} Lieut. Wounded 3/5/18 

MILLER, Ronald Alexander ... 8/ 7/16 3(6} Lieut. ft) 

OTTEY, Raymond Gascoyne ... 8/ 7/16 j (R.F.C^} Killed in action 28/7/17 

REEVES, Roland Stuart ...... 27/ 2/18 j 

SHARPE, John Stanley ...... 8/ 7/16 j(/) Prisoner of rear 26/7/18 

SMITH, Charles William ...... 8/ 7/16 j(p) 



Territorial Battalions (Nos. 4 & 5). 

14/12/15 j Caft. 
zj 6/16 5 Z/Vw/. 
i8/ 6/16 j Lieut. 
11/11/155 Capt. 
n/i 1/15 5 Z/<?^. 
14/10/15 Z/>/. 



ALLEN, Charles Stanley 
BALL, Thomas Harold 
BOYTON, Jack Lyons 
CREED, Thomas Percival 
DUPONT, Alfred Norman 
JOHNSON, Reginald Cyril Bigmore 
MEASURES, Percy ... ... 

NELSON, L/Cpl. Lewis Archibald 



11/11/155 Z/ev//. 
i8/ 6/16 5 Z/t-///. 



Wounded 23/4 18 
Wounded -/7/i6 



Killed in action 3i/r 2 17 
^< Wounded 



LEICESTERSHIRE REGIMENT (T/F). 



28l 



4082 


PIERREPONT, Arthur Downey 


i i/i 1/15 5 Litut. 




39 2 3 


REYNOLDS, William Henry 


11/11/15 5 Liait. 




3928 


STENTIFORD, Ronald Hastings 


11/11/15 5 Capt. 


* * 


493 


WALLEY, John Clifford 


i8/ 6/1 6 S Lieut. 


w. 5/6/17 AjL4 23/3/18 


765418 


BRYNING, Frank Alfred 


28/11/17 s 




5734 


CLARKE, Francis William Harry 


I5/ 7/1 6 4 Wounded & P/W 17/9/17 


761414 


COLE, William Maurice 


2/8/175* w. 


2/7/17 KfA 20/6/18 


764484 


COLQUHOUN, Robert Walter Stuart 


3 1 / 7/i7 4 




763674 


GREASLEY, Joseph Ernest ... 


i/ 5/18 4 




761699 


HARRISON, Francis Samuel 


3 1 / 7/ 1 ? 5 




6206 


WILLETT, Francis William ... 


5/ 9/i 6 4 Capt. 


* w. 3/5/^7, 8/10/17, 



1703 

^096 

1584 

597 



4858 
6244 

763417 
764311 
766332 



737 

763155 
766471 

76754-' 

6855 

576i 

763394 

763586 

768577 

59'3 
761030 

5632 

763665 

766285 

6772 

4602 

763800 

5 22 4 
761653 

6126 
767499 



27/10/17 



BERNAYS, John Stewart Noad 
DIBBEN, Cecil Reginald 
NORMAN, Roland Frank H. 
JUDGE, Leopold James 
PHILLIPS, Sidney Vernon 
UNDERWOOD, John ... 
WATSON, Charles Herbert .. 



3& Wounded 1 7/5/ 1 7 

O.B.E. 



BRANCH, Charles Stanley 
CHRISTY, John George 
CULPEPER, Bernard Armel ... 
CURSLEY, Norman Sharpe ... 
DADLEY, Eric Arthur 
GADD, Clement Arthur 
GARNER, Albert Edward 
GOADBY, Albert Willson 
GROOCOCK, George Hughes ... 
HEBDEN, George Spencer ... 
HOLLAND, Douglas Henry ... 
ISBELL, Herbert 
KEAY, Cecil Francis McLaren 
LEE, Albert Henry ... 
MARTIN, Charles Stanley 
MOUNTFORD, Frederick Godfrey 
ROGERS, Harry Burdett 
SALTER, John Frederick 
SAVAGE, Wilfred Albert 
SENNETT, Raymond Langharne 
SMITH, Edward Langham 
STRANG, William 
THIRLBY, Stuart Longston ... 
THOMAS, William Hope 
TILLEY, Percy Frederick 
WESTON, Roland Edgar 



Service Battalions (New Armies). 

7/11/15 6 Cafit. 

2/12/14 9 -Major 
29/9/14 6 Lieut. 
2 5/ 5/ J 6 10 Lieut. 
2 Si S/ 1 ^ 10 Killed in action 14/8/16 
2 5/ 5/ J 6 10 Died of wounds 16/4/17 

2/ 6/16 12 Lieut, w. 13/4/18 P\ ^22/5/18 

2 8/ 3/17 9 

1(5) Killed in action 3/10/18 



. 7/^7 

23/ 6/18 

27/ 6/17 (Tank Corps) w. 17/10/18 

19/12/16 Lieut. 

6/ 3/i9 
26/ 6/18 

4/ 3/19 

7/11/16 p 

7/ 7/16 12 Killed in action 22/4/17 

2 9/ 3/ r 7 
3/ 5/ J 7 



3/ 5/17 (5 Wounded 16/4/18 

3/5/17 (5 Killed in action 4/10/17 

3/ 5/ r 7 ^ Wounded 18/10/18 
3o/ 5/17 Wounded 11/9/18 

a6/ 6/18 

5/ 9/1 6 (/) Wounded -l~l\i 

2/6/16 c? Lieut, w. 3/5/17, 2/11/17, 2 2/3/1 3 

i/ 8/17 

7/ 7/1 6 72 Lieut. 

2/8/17 ^ Killed in adion 23/3/18 

5/ 9/1 6 (/) Killed in action 11/4/18 

4/ 3/ J 9 

5/ 3/19 



282 



THE LEINSTER REGIMENT. 

THE PRINCE OF WALES' (ROYAL CANADIANS). 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2). 



1100th Foot 
(109th Foot 



1780 BARNETT, Denis Oliver 

588 BROAD, Kenneth Stephen ... 

1533 CLARKE, George Malcolm ... 

760528 GIRARD, Geoffrey Marcus Erskine 

764792 PARKS, George Cecil 



2nd Lieut. 



2 Wounded f>l $1-1.5 D) W 16/8/15 
2 Capt. w. 24/4/15, 29/4/16 Bl 
2 Lieut. Wounded 



2o/ 4/ r 7 2 Ace I killed 16/11/17 

28/ 8/17 2 Prisoner of war 11/5/18 



Service Battalions (New Armies). 

764844 PEARSON, Leonard Morgan Jones ... 28/ 8/17 7 

764946 TRICKS, Denis Norman Frederick .. 28/ 8/17 7 Wounded 20/9/18 



THE LINCOLNSHIRE REGIMENT. 



1777 
1008 
2656 
2372 
1010 
2452 
1625 
2249 
791 
2246 
2260 

764304 
764438 
764445 
763668 
760968 



Regular Battalions 

BARRET, Jack Harper Phillips 
BROOK, Leonard Thornicraft 
BUDIBKNT, Cecil ... 
FRAZIER, Francis Wearne ... 
GILBY, Alexander John 
GREEN, Frank Clifford 
JACQUES, William Harold 
PEARSON, Reginald Oswald 
ROWLAND, Grafton Maurice 
SCOTT, Robert Francis Cloete 
TAYLOR, William Allen 


(NOS. 1 & 2). ,0th Foot 

2nd Lieut. 

23/ 4/15 i Lt. (R. A. F.}w. \b\b\\5d. i/i i/i 8 
27/ 1/15 I Lieut. M.B.E. Wounded 28/4/15 
24/ 7/15 2 Killed in action 25/9/15 
23/ 4/15 i Lieut. Wounded 2/6/15, 2 5/9/ 1 ^ 
27/ 1/15 z Z/>/. (M.G.C.) w. 18/4/15 
2 3/ 4/ J 5 *" Killed in action 16/6/15 
2 *V 5/ J 5 7 Lieut. Wounded -/7/ '16 
26/ 5/15 7- Killed in action 16/6/15 
io/ 7/15 z Lietit. Wounded -/7/i6 
1 1/ 6/15 7 Lieut. ffr 
24/ 7/15 2 Lieut. Wounded 14/9/15, -/8/i 6 



BALL, William Arthur 
JONES, William Claude 
LUNN, Alick Robinson 
SHARPE, Percy 
SOWERBY, Victor Holgate 



2 9 / 8/17(5) * 

2 9 / 8/I 7 

29/ 8/17(5) 

2 9 / 8/17(4) 

5/ 7/17 2 Died of wounds 3 1 /J/ 1 7 



LINCOLNSHIRE REGIMENT. 



283 



Special Reserve Battalion (No. 3). 



3782 SPENCER, L/Cpl. John Charles A. 

5089 MURRAY, Alfred Seymour 

7978 ASKEY, Cecil Harry Leonard 

763582 HARRISON, John George 

766192 HARVEY, Ralph 

7671 KNOTT, Claude Douglas 

764039 NAINBY, William 



20/10/15 3 Lieut. Wounded 1/7/16 
2 / 6/1 6 3 Lieut. 

20/12/16 3(8} Lieut. Died of wounds 5/4/18 
26/ 4/17 3 * w. 19/4/18, 9/9/18, 5/11/18 

i/ 5/i8 3 
2 6/ 1/17 j(7) 
27/ 6/17 3(2) 



Territorial Battalions (Nos. 4 & 5). 



3806 BOON, Sydney John Lewis ... 13/10/15 j 

3843 BURR, Bert S / 11 /^ 5 

5166 CHAMBERS, Morris Tonge ... 3i/ 5/16 4 

4116 DAWE, Sydney Charles ... ... 30/11/155 

3791 EDLMANN, Edmund ... ... 13/10/15 j" 

5178 HARVEY, Robert Geo. Bosworth ... 2/ 6/16 5 

4281 LEFEVRE, Frank Ewart ... ... 30/11/15 5 

3788 LEPINE, Robert Dawson ... ... 13/10/15 5 

3935 PRICE, Frank Maurice ... ... 21/11/155 

4021 RUDALL, William Lockhart ... 30/11/15 j 

4290 SQUIRE, Edwin Ross ... ... 30/11/15 j" 

4777 STEVENS, Gorham Venton ... 3i/ 5/16 5 

6281 BARKER, Edward Watson n/ 7/16 ^ 

763225 BARKER, Henry Watson ... ... a8/ 8/17 ^ 

765031 DIXON, William Swansea ... ... 31/10/17 ^ 

4956 EVISON, Francis Charles ... ... 5/ 9/16 4 

763908 GIBBONS, Frederick Ralph ... ... 3i/ 7/17 4 

764535 HOPKINSON, Harold ... ... 28/ 8/17 jr 

4997 MADDEN, Clarence Rowland ... 5/ 9/16 4 

767529 NICHOLLS, Norman Cathcart ... 15/10/18 ^ 

764381 REED, Percival Sydney Victor ... 3i/ 7/17 ^ 

762533 REVILL, Leslie Edward Howard ... 31 / 7/17 5 

5284 RICHARDS, Lincoln Winfield ... 5/ 9/16 4 

5927 RUDD, Reginald George ... ... z6/ 9/16 ^ 

5425 TOLHURST, Gerald ... ... ... 26/ 9/16 ^ 

5431 WILLCOCK, Charles Leonard ... 5/ 9/16 ^ 



Lieut. 



Wounded 23/6/17 



, 
w. 11/7/17 Ace j killed \ 

(Intel. Corps) Capt. w. 2 8/6/1 7 H) 
w. 27/10/17 A"/^4 25/12/17 
Z*>w/. * P/ JT 9/3/1 8 
Lieut. 

Died of wounds 4/6/ 17 B) 
Lieut. 
Lieut. ifc 
Wounded 24/12/17 

Wounded 10/10/17 
Killed in action 17/4/18 
Killed in action 30/4/18 

Wounded 13/8/17 
Prisoner of war 13/6/18 

i$< Wounded 17/12/18 
Wounded 1/11/18 

Lieut. Wounded 2/9/18 
Wounded 5/5/17 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 



Service Battalions (New Armies). 



2829 CARRE, Edward Mervyn 

2497 DICKINSON, George Sidney 

1802 HODGSON, David Crowe 

2988 LANE-CLAYPON, Joseph Charlton 



3/10/15 <y Zi//. A/^4 16/10/16 (R.F.C.} 

I9/ 9/15 7 Ca//. Killed in action 2/7/16 

3/10/15 # Z///. Wounded -/3/i6 

5/12/15 7 Lieut. Wotmded -/ 2 / 1 6 



284 



LINCOLNSHIRE REGIMENT (S/B). 



3"9 



2900 
3026 
2066 

768244 

73 10 

5486 

761322 

733 
6186 

764365 



6462 
761676 
763502 

764715 
763188 

765511 
767534 
767726 
767183 
765605 

6593 
5928 

767629 
767684 

7645 1 4 
764804 

76455 1 



MAYNARD, Frank George 
KISSANE, Richard 
RHODES, Cecil William 
ROSKILLY, Sydney Theo. H. 
TREDINNICK, George Harold 

BARKER, John William 
DICKINSON, Walter Stanley ... 
ELSOM, Harold 

HACK, Walter Park 

HARRISON, William Trevor 
HARVEY, Mortimer ... 
HEALEY, Arthur John 
HOWELL, Christopher Robert 
JERONS, Bernard 
KING, James Measure 
NABE, Harold Pembroke 
OLIVER, Thomas Frederick 
ORCHARD, Cyril Henry 
PERCIVAL, George 
POTTER, Leslie Cartwright ... 
ROBERTS, Frank Alan 
SOUCHON, Adrian Marcel ... 
STANSBURY. Gordon 
TAYLOR, Leslie Reginald 
TEDDER, Oswald Stanley 
THOMPSON, John Edmund ... 
TOMLINSON, Felix Cecil 
TUPHOLME, Geoffrey 
VINCENT, John 
WATTS, John George 
WHARTON, Leslie Eric 



3 1/ 3/15 8 To \QiBn. Capt. TR 
2 5/ 5/'6 9 

12/10/15 / Garr. Bn. 

7 Lieut. 7(i. -/3/i6, 29/10/17 



19/12/16 (8) Killed in action 23/4/17 
19/12/16 Lie-lit. Killed in action 28 , t 17 

4/ 8/17 10 ^ Wounded 9/4/18 
19/12/16 (2) Wounded 24/12/17 

5/9/16 8 Lieut. 
29/ 8/17 Wounded 12/2/18 

i4/ 4/17 8 

26/ 9/16 8 Lieut. Wounded 20/5, 18 
26 / 6/17 Wounded 7/6/18 



2 9 / 8/17 6 

i/ 3/17 Wounded 13/9/17 

i/ 5/i8 

6/ 2/19 

4/ 3/ J 9 

4/ 2/19 
19/12/17 Wounded 7/10/18 

7/ 7/1 6 Ii Lieut. 
26/9/16 8 Killed in action 27 i [8 

20/ 3/I 9 

4/ 3/ T 9 
28; 8/17 

28/ 8/17 Wounded 

19/12/17 
28/ 8/17 Wounded 2 / '9/18 



Bl 



'THE LIVERPOOL REGIMENT 

(THE KING'S). 



285 



i?5 6 

i8i8 

852 

953 
1644 

1605 

7745 
1512 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2). s 

2nd Lieut. 

CARLTON, George Frederick ... 3; 3/15 i Lieut. M.G.C. w. 18/5/15 

HARRIS, Eric Roser 3/ 3/15 i Lieut. Wounded 3/5/15 

HUDSON, Charles Herbert 3/ 3/15 i Killed in action 15/6/15 

LAST, Cpl. Ernest Reginald ... 3/ 3/15 i Capt. >J< %< ic. 16/5/15 KjA\ 

MORTKX, Galbraith 3/ 3/15 * K [ A l6 /5/ l 5 [ 2 4/3/i8 ft}/ 

TRUBSHAWE, VValston Vivian ... 3/ 3/15 i Lieut. R.F.C. w. 26/3/15, -/s/i6 



HENRY, George Adam 
WHITE, Percy Frederick 



2 5/ V 1 ? 
2o/ 6/1 6 



Lieut. 



Wounded 3/7/17 



Special Reserve Battalions (Nos. 3 & 4 . 



766296 ARTHUR, Frederick Paris 

6667 BUNCE, William Leslie 

6069 MACE, Edgar Robert 

763416 ZARADI, David 



J / 5/ lS J * 
S/ 9/16 j(/2 
7/ 7/1 6 j(j) 
i/ 3/17 J(') 



Wounded 12/11/18 
O.B.E. B} 



Territorial Battalions (Nos. 5 to 10). 



3700 
4834 
3306 
4838 
3670 
3384 
3501 
2882 
4341 
4401 
4825 
357?) 
3577 
3665 
5414 
4830 
4795 

3773 
5539 



ABBOTT, William ... ... ... ^o/ 7/15 

ADAMS, Arthur Marston ... ... i8/ 6/16 

BOAK, Charles Brightman ...... 3o/ 7/15 

BRACE, Joseph ......... 2/ 6/16 

CANDLER, Arthur Percy ...... 3o/ 7/15 

CAPOX, Stanley Robert ..... 8/11/15 

COWPKR, L/C pi. Archibald Leonard... i4/ 1/16 

DRAKEFOKD, Herbert ... ... i6/ 6/15 

DUNN, Ernest George ... ... 20;' 1/16 

GULICK, John Davies ... ... 22/ 1/16 

GUMMER, Basil Austin ...... 3i/ 5/16 

HANSFORD, John Scriven ... ... 27/10/15 

Ho RTH, Frederick John ... ... 28/10/15 

JAMES, William Ewart ... ... 3O/ 7/15 

MALLINSON, Bertrand ... ... 2/ 6/16 

MAURICE, Frank Julian ... ... 3i/ 5/16 

POOLEY. Robert Mark ...... 317 5/16 

PYBUS, James William ...... 3o/ 7/15 

RICHARDS, Charles Walker ... ig/ 6/16 



p Lieut. 

Q ^ Died of wounds 20/9/17- 



Lieut. 
Lieut. 

Lieut. 
Lieut. 



Wounded 4/6/17 
Wounded - / 'g /i6 



7 



Wounded -l%l 
Wounded 24/7 



17 



KIA 10/6/17 (M.G.C.) 
10 Lieut. Prisoner of war 12/1/18; 
p Killed in action 12/8/16 
c? Z/wA 

5 Lieut. Wounded 22 /n/i8 
7 Li tut. 
9 Lieut. 

9 (Min. of Labour) 
9 Lieut. 

7(13) Capt. Wounded \ 1/9/17- 
^ Killed in action 27/9 1 6 



Ttffe changed. (is( January, 1921) / " 7"A King's Regiment (Liverpool)." 



286 



LIVERPOOL REGIMENT (T/F;. 



3965 SHIELD, L/Cpl. William James s6/ 1/16 

4499 SISSON, L/Cpl. John Akitt y/ 1/16 

4833 SMITH, George Nelson 3i/ 5/16 

3521 UDALL, Christopher Herbert ... 3o/ 7/15 

3613 VOYSEY, Fred Waller ... ... 3o/ 7/15 

3634 WHITEHOUSE, Horace H. ... ... 3o/ 7/15 

3728 WIGZELL, Howard Elphick ... 3o/ 7/15 

3687 YEOMAN, L/Cpl. Edwin William ... 3/11/15 

760758 ALLERTON, Arthur Russell ... ...26/6/17 

764126 ANDERSON, Robert William ... 3i/ 7/17 

5195 BECK, Thomas William ... ... 5/ 9/16 

765670 BERESFORD, Jack ... ... ... 28/11/17 

5363 BOWERS, Charles Stanley ... ... n/ 7/16 

6843 BROWN, Alfred Williamson ... n/ 7/16 

763192 BROWN, Norris Maltby ... ... n/ 5/17 

4884 BUCHANAN, Lawrence Gordon ... u/ 7/16 

765650 BUSHBY, Edmund Fleming ... 23/ 5/18 

6749 CACKETT, Clarence William ... 26/ 9/16 

765304 CARTMAN, James Victor ... ... 28/11/17 

763290 CHILTON, Albert Edwin ... ... 3i/ 7/17 

5050 COLEMAN, George Herbert ... 26/ 9/16 

4674 COLLEY, Douglas James ... ... u/ 7/16 

765453 COOKE, Aubrey 28/11/17 

3200 DUDLEY, Noel Montague Charles ... n/ 7/16 

761794 DUNN, William Henry ... ... n/ 2/17 

765838 FITZPATRICK, John Terence ... 23} 5/18 

5900 PHASER, Eric Alston ... ... n/ 7/16 

761697 FROST, Niels Pelis Austin .. ... 3/ 8/17 

4769 GERMAN, Arthur George ... ... u/ 7/16 

763728 GIRVAN, Charles ... ... ... 26! 4/17 

763270 GRIFFITH, John Richard ... ... 26/ 4/17 

764557 HARRIS, William Carey ... ... 24/ 9/17 

4659 HARVEY, Albert ... ... ... n/ 7/16 

760886 HOLLOW AY, Robert John ... ... 25/ 9/17 

763722 HOOPER, Frederick ... ... 25/ 9/17 

762648 HUTTON, William Stanley ... ... 25/ 9/17 

764325 JONES, Glan 3i/ 7/17 

764327 KELTY, Stanley William ... ... 25/ 9/17 

764149 KERSHAW, Hulbert ... ... 25/ 9/17 

762681 KNOX, Thomas Cowe .'.. ... ^$| 9/17 

763397 LACEY, Everitt Arthur ... ... 25/ 9/17 

761287 LEANING, Reginald William ... 25/9/17 

6373 LITTLER, Albert Edward n/ 7/16 

765017 LYON, Cpl. Francis Thomas Balmain 31/10/17 

764332 MAYLIN, Bertram Henry 3i/ 7/17 

765461 MCKECHNIE, William ... ... 28/11/17 

6482 MCLELLAN, Robert Belsher ... n/ 7/16 



6 Killed in action 2/3/17 

8 Interned in Holland 

9 (R.A.F.} Pilot Off. 

9 Lieut. Emp. Com. Depot 

9 Lieut. 
5 Lieut. 
^ Lieut. 

7 Lieut. 

8 * Wounded 14/3/18 
6 

j Lieut. 

10 

7 Lieut. Wounded 19/6/17 

^ Lieut. 

5 

10 Lieut. 
6 

7 Lieut. Wounded 25/4/18 
5 Killed in action 19/6/18 

5 Wounded 1/5/18 

3 f& Wounded 2/10/17, X 4/ 10 J 8 

6 Killed in action 29/11/16 

6 

5 Lieut. Died of wounds 1 1 / 1 o/ 1 6 

7 Capt. 

7 Wounded 14/10/18 
p Capt. Wounded T>l$l\% BJi 2 ) 
7 Lieut. Wounded 9/10/17 
TO Lieut. 
7 Bl 

7 
8 

5 Major D.S.O. * B) 

5 
5 

6 Wait tided 29/4/18 

9 * Wounded 2%lsli%, 18/9 ..'18 

6 Wounded 16/5/18 

7 Kilted in action 19/8/18 

7 

9 Killed 31/5/18 

Wounded 9/4/17 



<? Missing 7/5/18 

d 

p Zw/. (M.G.C.} 



LIVERPOOL REGIMENT (T/F). 



287 



6812 


NICHOLLS, Joseph Ernest 


1 1/ 7/1 6 o Lieut. 


764335 


NICHOLSON, John Alexander 


2 Sl 9/ I 7 $ Prisoner of War 2/5/18 


766526 


NOBLE, Leslie Reginald 


17/4/19 9 Wounded 22/8/18 


5526 


GATES, Herbert Prudent 


12/11/16 j Killed in action 20/9/17 


765851 


QUINN, James Edward 


23/5/18 8 Killed in action 5/10/18 


766835 


RIDGWAY, Ivor 


26/ 6/1 8 10 


3657 


SCOTT, Frank Munro 


1 1/ 7/16 10 Lieut. & (Military Police) Ul 


764266 


SMART, William Pechy 


3 1 / 7/ x 7 5 %> Prisoner of war 24/7/18 


764349 


SPRIGINGS, Reginald Henry 


30/10/17 5 


762986 


STEPHENS, Reginald Chester 


27/ 6/17 7 


7 6 59 6 5 


STOREY, John 


io/ 9/18 6 


763083 


TODD, Leslie Winstanley Carter 


3o/ 5/17 jr Wounded 10/1 1/17 


6778 


WELDON, Edward Jack 


23A 1 / 16 7 


3290 


WHITE, George Fenwick 


26/ 9/1 6 io Lieut. 


5670 


WHITTON, William Edward 


u/ 7/1 6 io Lieut. 


762571 


WILSON, John Cameron 


y-l 7/ f 7 7 




Service Battalions 


(New Armies). 


3376 


BROWNE, Henry Needham 


T 5/ 5/*5 l6 Lieut - 


3375 


WALKER, L/Cpl. Charles 


J 5/ 5/ x 5 I0 Ca pt- T 


767343 


ABRAHAM, Ernest Edward Unwin ... 


6/ 2/19 


7909 


ARLISS, Edward William Hugh 


19/12/16 Lieut. w. 18/4/17, 7/12/17 


5935 


ASHTON, Percy 


26/ 9/1 6 12 Wounded ~l 2! \*], 12/10/17 


767766 


BANNER, David Redvers 


S/ 3/i9 


762497 


BARRATT, John Leslie 


26 / 4/17 (ij) Lieut. Killed in action 27/9/17 


766585 


BARRINGTON, Walter Oscar 


6/ 2/19 


"64745 


BARTON, Mortlock Mackenzie 


24/ 9/17 Won nded 30/4/18 


76.U9 1 


BASSETT, Henry William 


io/ 3/17 


768144 


BAXENDALE, Thomas James 


'7/ 3/ r 9 


764681 


BAXTER, Hugh 


24/ 9/17 


764398 


BIGGS, Francis Guy 


io/ 3/17 


763634 


BROOKE, Arthur 


io/ 3/17 


6710 


CAREFULL, John Holt 


5/ 9/1 6 12 Capt. Killed in action 21/3/18 


766299 


CHRISTIAN, Albert Millais Crossley 


24 / 5/1 8 


76733 1 


COUPLAND, Arthur John 


6/ 2/19 


767097 


COWEY, Thomas William 


6/ 2/19 


767612 


DAINTY, Sydney 


6/ 2/19 


763612 


DAVIES, Edward James 


I0 / 3/i7 


763153 


EDWARDS, George Henry ... 


IO / 3/ T 7 Prisoner of war 24/3/18 


760140 


ESCH, Ray Edward 


2 5 / 6/17 /p 


763268 


EYRE, Frank Thomas 


io/ 3/17 CVz//. 


763641 


FLETCHER, Henry ... 


TO/ 3/17 Lieut. 


6139 


GATHERAL, George Morton 


i6/ 4/17 /^ Prisoner of war 16/5/18 


47856 


GIBSON, Keith Gooden 


3/ 3/19 


764287 


GILL, Charles Lovett 


io/ 3/17 


7473 


GLOVER, Norman 


I9/I2/I6 72 



288 



LIVERPOOL REGIMENT (S/B). 



764577 


GRAVES, Edwin 


i/ 3/i7 




766133 


GRAY, Frederick Wavell 


26/ 3/18 




764239 


GREIG, Harold Graham 


297 8/17 


12 Lieut. Wounded 20/11 / 1 7 


764318 


GREY, Hugh Kinghorn 


2 9 / 8/l 7 


72 Wounded 24/12/17 


3758 


GRICK, Stephen 


I4/ 8/16 


J 7 


76523! 


GWYNN, Eric John Crowther 


IO/ 3/17 




769520 


HARRISON, George ... 


i9/ 2/19 




764644 


HARVEY, Frederick Ernest Edwin ... 


io/ 3/17 




761883 


HASTIE, Peter Duncanson ... 


n/ 4/17 




4388 


JONES, Maurice Broadbridge 


19/12/17 


Prisoner of war 22/5/18 


768398 


JONES, Robert Martin 


26/ 6/1 8 




763184 


LOWE, William Cottrell 


i/ 3/i7 




763641 


NEWCOMBE, Frank Viner 


io/ 3/17 




766443 


OLDBURY, Howard Edward 


26/ 6/1 8 


71? Army Cyclist Corps 


767913 


OWEN, Arthur James 


5/ 3/i9 




764716 


PAWSON, Francis George 


I0 / 3/i7 




4901 


PHILLIPS, Gilbert Arthur 


2 8/ 3/17 


12 Wounded 28/8/17 


763079 


RADCLIFFE, Edward Allen ... 


26/ 4/17 




762810 


RICH, Charles Allen 


I0 / 3/17 




765516 


ROSTRON, Stanley Rumney 


2 I/ 2/18 




763723 


SALWEY, David Ernest Lilford 


io/ 3/17 




763311 


SAULL, Harold Truscott 


io/ 3/17 


(Labour Corps] Died 21/10/18 


767887 


SHAW, Arthur Edward 


I2/ 2/I 9 




763684 


SMITH, Arthur Henry 


27/ 6/17 


($(>INt>rt/iumb. Fusiliers] 


763281 


SQUIBBS, Charles Frederick 


io/ 3/17 




763185 


STEPHENS, John Hall 


io/ 3/17 




764671 


SWATMAN, Cecil Maitland ... 


2 4 / 9/17 




767708 


THOMPSON, Harry ... 


3/ 3/i9 




768020 


WALLACE, John McGilp 


i7/ 3/19 




762801 


WARD, Frederick Victor Childerson 


io/ 3/17 




764673 


WHARTON, Arthur Clifford ... 


2 */ 9/i7 


Wounded 30/4/18 


764053 


WILLIAMS, Kenneth Homfray 


*7/ 3/i 8 




764302 


WOODS, Eric Evelyn 


2 9 / 8/17 


.T.2 ./?/<?*/ of woiinds 18/5/18 



THE LONDON REGIMENT (T.F.) 



289 



FIRST BRIGADE 1st (City of London) 



2827 ATKINSON, Edward Arthur ... 

2424 BARKAS, Geoffrey de Gouchy 

2854 BOOTH, Ronald George Jackson 

2485 CLAPTON, William Thomas 

1308 COOKE, L/Cpl. Bernard Campbell 

2389 DICKINSON, Lionel St. Clair 

2469 HORSBURGH, Arthur Lindsay 

2394 HUGGINS, Douglas Frank ... 

1772 MORTON, William Chamberlain 

2861 PAPWORTH, Reginald 

3171 PATRICK, Cecil Warren 

1334 PETLEY, Sgt. Hugh 

4181 AITKENS, John Butler 

4822 CARR, Leslie George 

4151 CLARK, Joseph Arthur 

5698 JAMES, William Thomas 

4220 JOHNSON, Robert William Stanley 

3298 PATTEN, Herbert Thomas ... 

4288 SMALLMAN, Charles Stanley 

1218 THOMAS, Rudolph ... 

4337 VILLENOWETH, Alexander Ch. A. 

4396 WILLIAMS, Harold Edward 

764220 ABEL, Frederick William Perowne ... 

762553 BELL, Henry Leonard 

762712 BIRD, Leonard Grafton 

762643 BROWN, Charles Edward George ... 

762644 BROWN, Richard John Holdsworth 
761272 CROMPTON, Abraham Alexander 

763491 CROWDY, Herbert Percy 

765223 CUMNER, Cyril William 

763157 GRETTON, Ernest W'illiam ... 

762373 IMRIE, David Patrick Cuthbert 

763989 LAWRENCE, Stanley Borcham 

766256 LINE, John Paul 

765793 MARTIN, Edwin John 

764168 SADLER, Norman Gerald 

2nd (City) Battalion: 

4144 BOUSTRED, Richard Warren W. 

1931 ELTON, Herbert S. ... 

1350 MANSON, Sgt. Alexander Murray ... 

3723 WIDDECOMBE, Cpl. Arthur James ... 

4033 WILLIAMS, Cpl. Henry Evan Vincent 



Battalion : Royal Fusiliers. 

2nd Lieut. \ Resigned Re-enlisted in \ 

... i2/ 2/15 Lieut. ( ^London Jtf A 4/11/18) 

... 22/ 7/15 Capt. * Wounded 28/8/18 

2I / 3/ J 5 Lieut. 

... 2o/ 4/15 Lieut. (R.E.) 

... 2o/ 6/15 Lieut. R.T.O. w. -/i2/is, -/9/i6 

... 22/ 7/15 Killed in action 15/9/16 

20 / 4/iS (8} Capt. m 

... 22/ 7/15 Capt. Killed in action 29/8/18 

... s/ 5/15 Lieut. * 

.. 22/ 7/15 Lieut. 

... 6/7/15 Capt. Wounded 22/1/16 

.. 24/4/15 Capt. Killed in action 16/9/16 



* it). -/9/i6 
Wounded - 



20/12/15 Lieut. 

3/12/15 Capt. 

3/12/15 Lieut. 

3 1/ 5/16 Lieut. 

26/11/15 Lieut. 

5/ 8/15 Lieut. 

26/11/15 Lieut. 

24/ 8/15 Lieut. 

26/11/15 Lieut. 

26/11/15 Wounded -|^ / '16 K/ A 7/10/16 



Wounded i o/9/ 1 8 



To Ministry of Labour 

Lieut. ^ w. 12/4/18 To Lab. Corps 

Lieut. 

Lieut. Wounded 10/11/17 

Lieut. Wounded & Pf W 2 1/3/18 

Lieut. Wounded 1/9/17 

Killed in action 24/4/18 

Lieut. 

Lieut. K ( 4 / 'South Stafford} 

Lieut. 

Killed in action 4/9/18 



Royal Fusiliers. 

3/12/15 Lieut, w. 29/6/17 ToMin.ofLab. 
25/9/14 Capt. * w. 11/9/16 (Tank Corps 
9/ 9/15 Lieut. Wounded 3/7/16 
2 9/ 9/i5 Capt. 

3/12/15 ZW of wounds 22/5/17 




290 



2/LONDON REGIMENT (T/F). 



766104 COATES, William Henry Everest ... 23/ 6/18 

765823 FROST, Francis Arnold ... ... 2 3 / 6/18 

4619 STANCLIFF, Robert ... ... ... 4/ 8/16 Lieut. 

766209 STECKLEY, Harold Brodie ... ... 31/10/17 



Wounded 19/3/17 



3rd (City) Battalion: Royal Fusiliers. 



2899 AINSWORTH, Sidney Joseph 

2689 BURN, Harry Frederick James 

1885 CHRISTMAS, Bernard Lovell 

2498 DE PINNA, Charles David ... 

546 HAY, Henry Jupp 

1 1 68 J AGO, Edward Gordon 

3734 LAMBERT, L/Cpl. Cecil Osmond 

1125 MINSHUL'L, John Lewis . . 

2585 PUGH, Thomas Pugh 

1152 REDDALL, Cpl. Horace Cecil 

547 RODGERS, John 

3098 SIMON, Harold James Behrens 

762892 DOTTRIDGE, Henry Roland... 

5151 EVELYN, Albert Finlayson ... 

765541 FRASER, Charles Douglas 

5576 FROY, William Alan ... 

766354 PATERSON, Frank James 

763347 SELIGSOHN, Henry Leon 

765811 STUART, Herbert Gordon ... 



24/ 1/15 Wounded 19/5/17 
i6/ 1/15 Lieut. 

3/12/14 Capt. w. 27/10/15 Died of wounds} 
24! 4/15 (R.A.F.) [i8/ 5 /i6j 

24/ 1/15 Capt. 

4/ 6/15 Lieut. 

24/ 9/15 Hon. Lt. in Army To Lanes. Fus. 
2 3/ I / I 5 Capt. Killed in action 2 1 4J i j HI 
2 8/ 1/15 
i2/ 6/15 Lieut. 
247 1/15 Capt. 
12/ 6/15 (2) Lieut. 

3 1/ 7/17 Wounded 2/3/18 

5/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 

28/11/17 Killed in action 22/3/18 
26/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 

26/6/18* Wounded 27 1 9 1 1% [8/8/i8(_ 
26/ 4/17 Capt.&Adjt. (fctfc 2^.13/11/17,1 
27/ 2/i 8 Died of wounds 11/3/19 



4th (City) Battalion: Royal Fusiliers. 



1616 



1364 



374 
1560 
1617 
1595 



4607 



COTTON, Edward Norman ... 
DE PURY, Sgt. Charles Frederick P. 
HEWLETT, Harold Alcester Tom . . 
HORNE, Sgt. Geoffrey Scott 

JONES, Harry 

JOHNSTONE, L/Cpl. Robert 
LEAKE, George Ernest Arthur 
MONKMAN, Sgt. Eric Arthur 
TOWSE, William Norman 
WALMISLEY, Shaftesbury Edgar 
WILLIAMS, Henry Jameson M. 
GRIMSDELL, Reginald Edward 
PYNE, Percy 



9/ 4/i.S 
i5/7i5 

i5/ 8/15 

3/ 7/i5 
2/ 7/i5 

2/ 7/15 
2/ 7/15 
2/ 7/15 
8/IO/I4 

2 / 7/15 

i6/ 1/15 
2i/ 6/16 
1 1/ 7/16 



Wounded 29/6/17 

^.r.0. 

Killed in action 23/8/18 
Wounded 12/4/18 
w.-/7/i6 *M 15/5/18 
(R.A.F.) * 
D.S.O. Z?/W 2/6/17 

Killed in action 15/9/16 



Killed in action 25/9/16 
Hon.Lt. (R.A.F.) w. 21/4/17 



CVi//. 

Lieut. 
Capt. 
Capt. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Capt. 
Lieut. 



Lieut. 



765220 CAMPKIN, Reginald Ernest 
764779 LEWIN, Wilfred Kusebius 
2578 Rix, Leslie Gordon ... 



28/11/17 Killed in action 28/3/18 
30/10/18 
4/ 2/15 Capt. Killed in action 11/2/17 IK 



LONDON REGIMENT (T/F). 



291 



SECOND BRIGADE- 5th (City) Battalion: 

1918 COLLINS, Arthur Jefferies 
3529 FORBES, L/Cpl. Lawrence ... 
HICHAM, Eric Edward 
HOWE, George Herbert 
KEDDIE, George Douglas F. 
WARNER, Archibald 
WHEATLEY, Fletcher Mortimer 
WILLS, William Anthony 
WOOD, Trevor Ley Conduer 

FURRELL, L/Cpl. Bernard ... 
LINTOTT, Sgt. Harry Charnen 
RUXTON, James 
THOMPSON, Roderick Charles 
WARD, Dudley Theophilus ... 



2210 

975 
2667 

3997 
1943 

5145 
2483 



2624 
764721 
761225 

7555 



London Rifle Brigade. 
. i6/ 1/15 Capt. TK 

5/8/15 From ^Middlesex Dj W 9/7/17 
,. i6/ 1/15 Wounded 21/9/17 
.. 11/4/15 To R.G.A. 
,. i6/ 1/15 Capt. 
. 28/10/15 Killed in action 1/7/16 
,. 4/5/15 Lieut. Wounded 23; 'i / '16 
.. 2 1/ 6/1 6 Lieut. 
.. x6/ 1/15 Lieut. 29/5/15 

.. 20/12/16 Lieut. 

. . 20/12/16 Died of wounds 22/3/18 

3/ 5/'7 

3/8/17 Prisoner of ivar 14/5/18 
. . 26/ 1/17 Killed in action 20/9/17 



3 8 99 
3840 

3797 
2274 

3i3 
-534 
3618 
2526 
2278 
2413 
5855 
5783 
2174 

377 
6083 
3125 
1698 

1043 
2062 

3173 
6670 
4875 



3080 

1458 
1942 
1240 



6th (City) Battalion; Rifles. 

AMOS, Ernest Albert ... ... 2/11/15 Lieut. 

ANDERSON, David Wilson ... ... n/ 7/16 Capt. 

BELTON, Frank Hubert ... ... 2/11/15 Lieut. 

BRODRICK, Percival ... ... ... 3/ 9/14 Capt. 

COTTON, Gilbert ... ... ... 3/6/15 Lieut. 

FARADAY, Roy ... ... ... z6/ 2/15 Lieut. 

GODFREY, L/Cpl. Ernest Gordon ... 2/11/15 Capt. 

KELLER, Francis Frederick ... 6/11/14 Lieut. 

LAKE, Harold Charles Evan ... 23/ 4/15 Lieut. 

LATHBURY, Robert James ... ... 6/11/14 Capt. 

LLOYD, Thomas Rice ... ... 11/7/16 Lieut. 

MAXTED, Claud Brotherton ... io/ 7/16 Capt. 

MONKTON, Arthur Reginald ... 22/ 4/15 Lieut. 

SMART, Edgar Herbert ... ... 2/11/15 Lieut. 

TAYLOR, Ernest Charles ... .. n/ 7/16 Lieut. 

TERRY, John Norman ... ... 2$/ 6/15 Capt. 

TEW, Arthur Healey 29/4/15 Lieut. 

TUCKER, Cyril ... ... ... 6/11/14 Lieut. 

WEBB, John Timms ... .. 21/10/14 Killed 

WESTCOMBE, Albert Bernard ... 25/ 6/15 Lieut. 

BELL, Frank William ... ... 5/9/16 Lieut. 

COWNLEY, Arthur Lucien ... ... 5/9/16 Lieut. 

7th (City) Battalion. 

BERLINER, L/Cpl. Philip Barnett ... 4/7/15 Lieut. 

KIRBY, Wilfred Howard ... ... 24/ 4/15 Capt. 

LUDBROOK, Percy ... ... ...22/9/15 Lieut. 

RUNDELL, Leslie Eric ... ... 15/10/14 Capt. 



Wounded 10/8/18 

(fc Killed in action 8/8/1 8 

(Staff} ft) 
(R.E.} 

(M.G.C.} K\A 7/6/17 
* Wounded 11/11/18 
Died of wounds 22/5/17 



Wounded -1 
* Wounded 4/6/17, 2/5/18 
Killed in action 30/11/17 
Died of wounds 2 o/9/ 1 6 

in action 9/5/15 



* Wounded 28/8/18 
(To Min. of Labour) 

[>l IV 10/12/17 B 
w. 5/6/15, -/ 5 /i 6 



y/LONDON REGIMENT (T/F). 



5339 EVERSHED, Philip Douglas ... io/ 7/16 

4242 HALSEY, Eric Charles ... ... 20/12/15 

3983 JAMES, Lawrence Edward ... ... 29/10/15 

3084 McCoNNEL, John Edward Gordon... is/ 8/15 

3962 RIDGWAY, Henry Collinson ... 29/10/15 

6411 SCOTHORNE, John Parr ... ... n/ 7/16 

6273 SCUDAMORE, Charles Greenwich ... io/ 7/16 

6274 SCUDAMORE, Stanley ... ... io/ 7/16 

5638 SMITH, Alexander Thomas Speir ... io/ 7/16 

3967 SMITH, L/Cpl. Harold Benjamin ... 29/10/15 

3979 THOMAS, Robert William ... ... 29/10/15 

6596 WATSON, Clifford Thomas ... ... n/ 7/16 

763737 BAILEY, Arthur 3/ 5/17 

7753 BALL, Arthur Chatterton ... ... 20/12/16 

765493 BARNES, 'Reginald Charles ... 28/11/17 

8161 BENSTEAD, Harry Edwin ... ... 19/12/16 

7408 BLACKHURST, Sydney ... ... 20/12/16 

8162 BOYER, Ernest Alexander ... ... 26/ 1/17 

766298 BRETT, Bertram Lynton Wooldridge 23/ 5/18 

763318 BREWER, Cecil Ernest ... ... 3o/ 5/17 

766735 BUTLER, Stephen James ... ... 24/ 5/18 

6049 CHAMBERLAIN, Herbert Roy Malcolm tgj 7/16 

763228 CHIAZZARI, Henry William ... ... 27/ 3/17 

7911 CLARKE, Donald Bruce ... ... 19/12/16 

7955 CLAYTON, Seymour Lewis ... ... 26/ 1/17 

762826 CLELAND-HOLLAMBY, Leslie Knowles 29/ 3/17 

766853 CLOW, John Percy 4/ 2/19 

766732 COCKE, Philip Merteus ... ... 267 6/18 

765222 CONSTANCE, William Ernest ... 28/11/17 

763637 COOK, Arthur Smalley ... ... 3o/ 5/17 

763781 COOK, Horace Montague ... ... 3o/ 5/17 

767189 COPE, Ernest Harold ... ... 5/2/19 

762877 Cox, Geo. Beckett 26/ 4/17 

765675 CRAVEN, Ernest Blaumont 27/ 2/18 

766499 CRAVEN, Cecil Edward Philpott ... io/ 9/18 

8163 CROSIER, Vernon Swann ... ... 26/ 1/17 

^55 CUFF, Joseph ... ... ... 20/12/16 

765455 DANSEY, Felix Ramon Arthur ... 18/12/17 

765929 DAVIDSON, William Henry Boyle ... 24/ 5/18 

765871 DOE, Charles Vernon 26/ 6/18 

764137 EAREE, Robert Clarence Westall ... 30/5/17 

7 6 5355 EDWARDS-TROLLIP, John 25/ 9/17 

762630 FAIRNEY, Leonard 26/ 4/17 

767361 FERGUSON, Robert Michael Joseph 5/ 2/19 

7772 FOORD, Basil Arthur ... ... 20/12/16 

765645 FRASER, Alan Gumming ... ... 30/10/17 

766406 FRASER, Ian Mackintosh ... ... 24/ 5/18 



Capt. Killed in action 22/8/18 

Lieut. Killed in action 19/6/17 

Capt. * w. 27/8/17 PI IV 2 5/4/1 8 

Lieut. 

Killed in action 7/10/16 

Lieut. 

Capt. * Wounded 18/5/18 

Lieut. (To Min. of Labour) 

Lieut. 

(K.R.R.) DI\V 20/5/17 

Lieut. ^ Wounded -/4/i8 

Lieut. Died of wounds 3/12/17 

Lieut. 

Missing 18/4/18 
Lieut. Wounded 22/3/18 
Killed in action 14/4/17 
Lieut. %* Wounded 1 9/6/ 1 7 
Killed in action 5/4/18 
Wounded 12/10/18 
Lieut. Wounded 11/9/18 

Lieut. (To Ministry of Labour) 

Lieut. 

Lieut. Wounded 2 0/4/17, 22/12/17 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Wounded 29/11/18 
Killed in action 9/8/18 

Killed in action 21/3/18 
Killed in action 16/8/17 



Died of wounds 6/4/18 
Lieut. Wounded 19/5/1 7 
Killed in action 25/7/18 
Wounded 18/9/18 
(i I 'London) 

Killed in action 27/8/18 
Wounded 17/12/17, 19/9/18 



Lieut. & 
* Wounded 
Wounded 27/9/18 



KjA 31/8/1 8 



7/LONDON REGIMENT (T/F). 



2 93 



767056 


GARDNER, Wilfred Owen 


29/10/18 


763683 


GIBB, Howard Robertson 


2 6/ 4/17 


766751 


GILL, Graham Gordon 


3/ 2 /!9 


768114 


GILLETT, Francis Charles Bernard ... 


3/ /9 


762558 


GLENTON, Frederick 


26/ 4/17 Lieut. U1 


765424 


HALLS, James Lawrence ... ... 


28/11/17 


766842 


HARTLEY, George Clissold ... 


24/ 5/1 8 Wounded 18/9/18 


762784 


HASSLACHER, Alfred John ... 


2 7/ 3/ 1 ? ^ Wounded 21/9/18 


8193 


HAYNES, Reginald Joseph ... 


25/ 1/17 Lieut. 


766232 


HEARNSHAW, Herbert 


26/ 6/18 


765234 


HEWETT, William Geoffrey ... 


28/11/17 Prisoner of war 20/5/18 


7500 


HOOKER, Malcolm Ward 


19/12/16 Lieut. 


762722 


HOPKINS, Charles Edwards 


2 8/ 8/17 Wounded 18/12/17 


766254 


HOWSE, Henry Arthur Greenway ... 


4/ 2/19 


764703 


IRWIN, W'illiam George 


2 5/ 9/i7 


766182 


JOLLEY, James 


26/ 6/18 


767246 


JONES, Edgar Dutton 


3/ 2/19 


8188 


KEEY, Cecil Walter 


20/12/16 Lieut. >& Wounded 


764776 


KEMP, William James 


2 5/ 9/ J 7 Prisoner of war 17/5/18 


765568 


KERR, John Vass 


28/11/17 * 


765828 


KIMBER, Eric Dixon 


2 4/ 4/i 


766815 


KING, Ernest Coleby 


4/ 2/19 


762153 


KNOX, Horace Henry 


28/ 8/I 7 


7639 


LANGLEY, Reginald Knight 


19/12/16 Prisoner of war 10/^/18 


765983 


LAVOIPIERRE, Marie-Joseph M. Louis 


27/ 2/l8 


7672 


LAZENBY, Horace 


20/12/16 Lieut. Wounded 1/6/18 


8186 


LEE, James Robertson Leonard 


25/ I/I7 


763891 


LIDDIARD, Thomas Gilbert 


26/ 6/17 


760591 


LISSER, Henry Charles Joseph 


3/ 2/19 


765721 


LORT, William Vincent 


18/12/17 * Wounded 2/8/18 


766310 


LUCAS, Clifford James 


26/ 3/18 Co//. * 


765240 


MATCHAM, John Noel Lancaster 


28/11/17 


765978 


MAULE-FFINCH, Eric Herbert Justus 


24/ 5/1 8 Killed in action 27/8/18 


765979 


MAULE-FFINCH, Knightly Harry O'D. 


24 / 5/18 


763340 


McHARDY, Stewart John 


30/10/17 Killed t n action 3 o/4/ 1 8 


763537 


MENZIES, Clifford Douglas ... 


2 7/ 3/17 Prisoner of war 12/10/17 3H 


765644 


MILLER, Albert Henderson ... 


31/10/17 Prisoner of war 31/5/18 


766562 


MILLER, George William 


26/ 6/18 


7695 


MITCHELL, Robert Greig 


26/ I/I7 Z/>7//. 


768352 


MORTON, Clifford Fielding ... ... 


5/ 2/19 


765903 


MURRAY, Marischal 


23/ 5/'8 


766183 


NORTON, Elliott 


2 6/ 3/18 


767253 


NORTON, Howard Stead Marston ... 


i8/ 3/i9 


767254 


NORTON, Kenneth Stacey Marston ... 


i8/ 3/^9 


765338 


PARKER, Herbert Hambley ... 


2 5/ 9/ J 7 Wounded 15/4/18 


765466 


PERRY, Reginald Walter 


27/11/17 Z*V#/. Wounded 9/8/18 


763755 


PETERS, Theodore ... ... ... 


3/ 5/'7 


762726 


PHILLIPS, Alexander ... 


26/ 4/17 Prisoner of war 12/10/17 



204 



7/LONDON REGIMENT (T/F). 



767416 PLUMMER, Albert Alexander 


5/2/19 


765727 POLLEY, William Stanley ... 


*7/ 2/18 


764852 PORTEOUS, Robert Alexander 


2 5/ 9/17 


762882 POTTER, Anthony Francis ... 


2 5 / 9/17 Wounded g/g/ 1 8 


763595 PRATT, Harold Douglas 


20/ 4/17 J< Wounded 19/9/18 


5187 PRESTON, John Frank 


29/ 7/1 6 Lieut. >ft 


763209 PULFORD, Jack Falconer 


27/ 6/17 


763077 PULLEY, Evelyn 


28/8/17 Wounded 18/12/17 


763741 PURKISS, Sydney Herbert ... 


25/ 9/17 


765245 PURVIS, Tom 


28/11/17 


765874 QUIGLEY, Frank 


2 3/ 5A 8 


763990 REID, Raymond Edgar 


3/ 5/ x 7 


763508 RICHARDSON, Samuel Jonas 


3/ 5/ J 7 


765486 RITCHIE, Douglas Ransford ... 


28/11/17 Lieut. Wounded 2 2/5/ 1 8 


763597 ROAD-KNIGHT, Charles 


26/ 4/17 


763210 ROBERTS, Francklin Allender 


27/ 3/17 Killed in action 8/8/18 


765473 ROBINSON, Alfred Chasey ... 


28/11/17 Prisoner of war 3/6/18 


765570 ROBINSON, Victor Lloyd 


28/11/17 Wounded 28/8/18 


766360 ROLFE, Claude Hamilton 


27/ 8/18 


6579 ROOTS, Percy William 


29/ 7/16 Lieut, w. 17/3/17 K\A 11/6/17 


762841 ROSE, Alexander St. John ... 


29/ 3/17 Lieut. 


765247 Ross, Harold 


28/11/17 


765730 Ross Hunt . ... 


24/ 4/l8 




*H/ TV v 


764306 Ross, Rupert John ... 


2 7/ 3/ J 7 Prisoner of war 12/10/17 


765248 ROUGHTON, Willie 


28/11/17 Wounded 13/12/18 


767429 ROUSE, Redvers Percival Yates 


4/ 2/19 


766572 Row, George Kingsley 


8/10/18 


765517 RUSSELL, John Francis Rbt. Vaughan 


18/12/17 


762536 SCOTT, John Johnstone 


24/ 4/1 8 


765518 SEATON, John William 


27/11/17 


8193 SHARP, Matthew 


19/12/16 *fr Died of wounds 11/2/18 


766584 SHAW, Frank Routledge 


2/10/18 


763542 SHILCOCK, Harold Gordon 


28/ 8/17 * 


763408 SIEMS, Frederick Walter Montgomery 


2 6/ 4/17 Prisoner of war 26/12/17 


8117 SIMMONS, Stanley Jack Raven Burton 


26/ 1/17 Lieut. 


766407 SIMMONS, Robert Dewdney ... 


267 6/t8 Killed in action 23/9/18 


766820 SIMPSON, George Montague Fayers ... 


24/ 5/1 8 Wounded 4/10/18 


765805 SLATER, Harold Edgar 


27/ 2/l8 


765736 SMITH, Edward 


27/ 2/l8 


767116 SMITH, Edgar Hardwick 


5/ 2/19 


765807 SMITH, Joseph Clarence 


277 2/1 8 Wounded 19/9/18 


762195 SOLOMON, Cecil Stuart 


2 7/ 3/ x 7 Lieut. 


766581 STANISTREET, Charles Raymond 


26/ 6/18 


763628 STOCKEN, Harry Charles Vernon ... 


3O/ 5/17 


766064 TAPLEY, Charles Mark 


24 / 5/18 


766944 THORN, Frederick John William 


29/10/18 


765609 TYLER, William Alfred 


27/ 2/18 Killed in action 27/8/18 


765524 VERNON, Richard Denis 


18/12/17 Wounded 6/g/ 1 8 



7/LONDON REGIMENT (T/F). 



766266 WADE, John Talbot 

763551 WALLIS, William Robert 

763249 WHITE, Frank Reginald 

762707 WHITE, John Broadwood 

766408 WILHELM, Primus Maximillian 

765526 WILKES, Benjamin Cookman 

765527 WILKES, George Lionel 
7857 WILLIAMS, Harold Willie 

762570 WILLIAMSON, Arthur Faure ... 

766671 WOOD, Christopher .. 

764081 WOOLNER, Herbert Chester 

765821 ZEYLMANS, Peter Cornelius ... 



2 4 / 5/1 8 Capt. 

3o/ 5/17 Wounded 24/4/1 8 
26/ 4/17 

3/ 5/i7 * 

24/ 5/1 8 Wounded 18/9/18 
19/12/17 

30/10/17 Killed in action 20/4/18 

19/12/16 Lieut. 

26 / 4/17 Lieut. 
3/ 2/19 



5/17 



8th (City) Battalion : Post Office Rifles. 



2nd Lieut. LEVERSON, Darrell Louis F. 

1970 BLACKING, William Henry Ran doll... 

2125 HAYES, Noel 

2335 KENNEDY, L/Cpl. Launcelot R. A. E. 

2406 MILLER, John Lockhart 

2441 SKULL, Arthur 

2185 WRIGHT, Thomas 

1622 WEBB, Cpl. Christopher Rahere 

4672 BROWN, John Mclntyre 

4209 HENDERSON, Eric 

257 KEENE, Sgt. Richard Francis 

4570 PETERS, Maurice Wilmot 

2396 POTTER, Frederick John 

4651 SCOTT, Robert 

3351 STARLING, Marwood Cooper 

3046 WALLACE, Cranstoun 1'Estrange 

2554 WILKINSON, Sgt. Cyril T. Anstruther 

4781 WOOLLEY, Arthur ... ... ... 

765023 ARTHUR, John Charles Frederick ... 

767547 BACON, Ronald Hotson 
760708 BAINES, Kenneth Charles ... 

767548 BARBER, Walter Russell 

766068 BUCKLAND, Frank William 

764228 CAMPBELL, Frank 

767003 CARTER, Maurice James 

763121 CAVILL, Percy Rundle 

763721 DUNCAN, Philip Courtney ... 

764763 EASTON, Phillip 

760705 EDGE, Edward Holden 

765097 HAWLEY, Leslie Harvey 

765458 JOHNSON, Rowland Nicholas 



6/ii/is 

i2/ 6/15 Capt. &= Adjt. 

5/ 5/15 Lieut. 

3/ 7/ x 5 Killed in action 15/9/16 

22/ 4/15 Lieut. Killed in ac tion 21/5/16 

i7/ 4/15 (5 / Middlesex) 

*5/ 7/iS Ca/A 

i2/ 6/15 Lieut. 

1 1/ 6/1 6 Lieut. 

4/ i /i 6 Lieut. Killed in action 7/6/17 

5/10/15 Lieut. 

i/ 6/r6 Z/<?/. Wounded -/ '11/16, -/6/iy 

15/10/15 Killed in action 21/5/16 

// / */ / *// 

1 1/ 6/1 6 Lieut. (To Ministry of Labour) 

15/10/15 From ^IR. West Surrey Lieut. 

i5/ 8/15 Lieut. Prisoner of war -I $1 ifj 



1 1/ 7/16 

30/10/17 

3/ 3/i9 
30/10/17 

4/ 3/i9 
io/ 9/1 8 
io/ 9/1 8 

2 9/ 3/*9 

12/11/18 

277 6/17 

30/10/17 

*7/ 3A7 

30/10/17 

28/11/17 



: Stafford} 
To Ministry of Labour 

Wounded 2/5/18 



Killed in action 30/10/17 
70 Ministry of Labour 
Killed in action 22/3/18 
Wounded 7/5/ 1 8 
Wounded 8/8/18 



2g6 



8/LONDON REGIMENT (T/F). 



763396 


KNIGHT, Frederick William 


30/10/17 


765181 


LEES, John Henry ... 


13/11/18 


763618 


LEE-SMITH, Sgt. Greville ... ":.. 


2 4 / 5 /l8 


761001 


MITCHELL, Sgt. Frank Crown ... 


5/"/i8 


766119 


PLUMMER, William Graham 


34/ 5/i8 


765450 


POWELL, Sgt. John Hirst 


24/ 4/1 8 Wounded 1/9/18 


766083 


POWL, Stanley Robert 


26/ 6/18 


766326 


READING, William 


24/ 5/18 Wounded 26/9/18 


765872 


REEVES- MOORE, Robert 


24/ 5/18 


766450 


ROBINSON, Archibald Robert Thomas 


26/ 6/18 Wounded 26/10/18 


766327 


SPENCER, Joseph Thomas ... 


29) 5'i8 >fc Wounded 7/10/18 


762689 


VENABLES, Alexander ... ... 


2 5 / 9/18 


765633 


WEISS, Hubert Foveaux 


27/ 2/1 8 Died of wounds 3/9/18 


761436 


WILKINSON, Dudley Frank ... 


2 5/ 9/*7 


765972 


WILLS, George 


27/ 2/18 Wounded 14/10/18 


763996 


WOOD, Norman ... ... 


26/ 6/17 



THIRD BRIGADE 9th (County) Battalion : Queen Victoria's Rifles. 



2664 FARMILOE, Thomas Howard 

2740 FILDES, Geoffrey Philip 

214 ORAM, Sgt. Richard Goodhart 

5231 AMOR, Ernest Hamilton 

5087 BARTMAN, Cyril 

5242 COLES, Frank Ernest 

2115 CUSHING, Ernest Charles ... 

5400 EASTERBROOK, Henry George 

7674 GOLDSBURY, Charles Melville 

2722 GUTTERIDGE, Richard Howard 

5409 JONES, Reginald Lucas 

5271 LUDLOW, Lionel 

5272 MADDOCK, Owen Loftus 
4306 MELHADO, Sgt. Clifford 
5278 PARSLOW, Albert Jack 

5133 PLUNKETT, Joseph Robert ... 

5134 POOLEY, John Edmund Noel 
5288 SEDGLEY, Henry Frederick 
5810 SPAUL, Eric Arthur 

5192 THEAR, Archibald White 

5424 THORNTON, Herbert Boucher 

4988 WARREN, Alan Rowland 

765710 BROADHURST, Herbert 

7574 CUNNINGHAM, Joseph Francis 

6600 CUNNINGHAM, Philip Joseph 



i/ 6/15 Lieut. U2 
I2/ 1/15 To Coldstream Guards 
4/ 2/15 Major B} 



Lieut. 



1 1/ 7/16 
1 1/ 7/16 
1 1/ 7/16 
12 / 9/15 

IT/ 7 / 1 6 
1 1 / 7/16 
i2/ 9/15 
1 1/ 7/1 6 
1 1/ 7/16 
1 1/ 7/1 6 
4/ i/ 1 6 
1 1/ 7/16 
ii/ 7/1 6 
1 1/ 7/1 6 
i i / 7 / 1 6 
1 1/ 7/1 6 
1 1/ 7/1 6 
1 1/ 7/16 
1 1 / 7 / 1 6 



Lieut. Wounded 2/11/17 

Lieut. Wounded 28/4/17 

Lieut. Wounded -/n/i6 

Lieut. (To Labour Corps] 

Lieut. Died of wounds 25/4/18 

Lieut. >& Wounded 18/9/17 

Killed in action 2/10/16 

Lieut. Wounded 30/8/1 7 

Killed in action 8/10/16 

Killed in action 7/10/16 

Lieut. 

Died of wounds 10/10/16 

Capt. & Adjt. Wounded 16/10/18 



Killed in action 22/9/18 

Z?>#/. (To Ministry of Labour) 

Lieut. Wounded 

(M.G.C.} Killed in action qli] 17 

Killed in action 8/ 1 o/ 1 6 



18/12/17 
20/12/16 Lieut. 
5/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 



LONDON REGIMENT (T/F). 



297 



10th (County) Battalion: Hackney. 



BETBEDER, Carton Louis 
LA TOUCH E, Arthur P. H. ... 
PULLEN, Eric Whitford 
STAFFORD, Lancelot Henry G. 

4377 ALLAN, William 

4066 APERGIS, Tasso Scott 

4143 BAKER, Felix Edward 

4359 BALL, Eber John 

5890 BATH, Cpl. Reginald Fred ... 

4353 BENJAFIELD, Harry Wilfred 

5047 CANTER, L/Cpl. Francis 

4453 GROOM, William Charles 

4381 CURRIE, James Alexander ... 

4455 DAVIS, Uriah Philip 

4414 DEAN, Reginald Evan 

5612 EVANS, Douglas William 

4417 FRANSHAM, William Henry Elwin 

4457 GLOVER, Cyril John 

1913 GOLDIE, Barnard Chas. 

4523 GRANT, Edward H. Stuart ... 

4557 GRUNDY, Frederick 

4676 HENDERSON, Charles Ernest 

4180 MARGOLIOUTH, John Frederick 

5705 MARTIN, L/Cpl. Granville Basnett 

4191 MARTIN, Hugh Alan 

4120 MARTIN, Reginald James 

4553 MOODY, Beverley Charles ... 

4554 MORGAN, Jacob 

4442 MORGAN, William Lawrence 

4145 Moss, L/Cpl. Reginald Ernest 

6176 OAKENFULL, Herbert Joseph 

3601 PATTISON, Robert 

3831 PETTIT, L/Cpl. Hector Browning 

4986 SIEVEY, Victor Cecil 

5384 SMITHER, Samuel Thomas ... 

4975 STRAWSON, Percival Chatterton 

3970 STURTON, Henry Chatfield ... 

4178 WHITE, Frederick Charles ... 

4374 WOOTTON, Kenneth Edwin ... 

765614 CONWAY, Francis Henry 

761298 GRIFFITHS, Sydney Archibald 

763303 KING, Herbert John 

6779 LAWRENCE, Henry Percy 

7273 MARTINEZ, Harry Elias Nunez 



29/ 7/14 Lieut. 

S/ 5/15 Capt. Bl 
20/ 4/15 Lieut. (Min. of Labour} w. 18/6/17 

25/11/14 Capt. m 

9/ 1/16 
18/11/15 

8/11/15 

9/ i/ 1 6 
1 1/ 7/1 6 

4/11/16 
12 1 6/1 6 
ill 7/1 6 

4/ 1/16 

1 / 6/ 1 6 
9 /i/i6 

1 1/ 7/1 6 
9 /i /i 6 
1 1/ 7/1 6 
20/10/15 
21 1 6/r 6 

2 1 6/1 6 
i/ 6/16 

16/11/15 
12/6/16 

8/11/15 
18/11/15 

2/ 6/1 6 

2 1 6/1 6 

4/ i / 1 6 
18/11/15 
1 1/ 7/1 6 
29/10/15 

20/10/15 

1 1 / 7/ 1 6 
i/ 6/16 
i/ 6/1 6 

29/10/15 

18/11/15 

9/ i/i(5 

18/12/17 Wounded 28/11/18 

5 / 7/17 (A^./:) 

28/ 3/17 *J< Wounded 17/9/18 

z6/ 9/16 Z/<?//r/. 70. 17/2/17, 27/8/18, i /g/ 1 8 

26/ 1/17 



Lieut. R.A.F. 

Killed in action g/g/ 1 6 

Lieut. 

Lieut. (Tank Corps) 

Killed in action 7/10/16 

Lieut. (Staff} 

Lieut. 22 /J?. Fusiliers 

Killed in action 7/6/17 

Killed in action 13/3/17 

Killed in action 16/4/17 

Killed in action 7/6/17 

Lieut. *& 

Lieut. 

Died of wounds 8/10/16 

Capt. J< 

Lieut. 

Lieut. (Staff} 

Capt. D.S.O. w. -/5/i7,-/n/i7 M 

Lieut. Wounded -/8/i6 

Capt. & Adjt. * 

Capt. 

(2) Capt.&Adjt. W.-/5/I7, 13/9/I7 

Z/>/. (R.A.F.} 

Lieut. 

Z/V/. Wounded -/g / 1 6 



Killed in action 9/10/16 
Co// 1 . Killed in action ^ 



(Ministry of Munitions] 



Wounded -/9/i 8 



Lieut. 



2g8 



LONDON REGIMENT (T/F). 



llth (County) Battalion: Finsbury Rifles. 



1803 AKERMAN, Ralph Portland ... 

2706 BROOK, Clifford Hardman ... 

479 BROWN, Humphrey Gilmour 

2240 GOLDSCHMIDT, Harold Henry A. 

2215 JONES, Lloyd Owen ... 

2224 JORGENSON, Ernest Stuart Lyon 

1103 LAWRENCE, Francis Charlton 

2217 MANN, Percival Ramsay 

1859 OWEN, Frank Denys 

1808 SOUTTEN, Cpl. Arthur Camillo 

2486 WATTS, Cpl. Henry Lionel 

4724 BRADSHAW, Herbert Leo 

4270 CALLCOTT, Henry Norman H. 

4124 HANNAH, Thomas Roe 

4343 HODGSHON, Frederick William 

4063 MOORE, William Joseph 

4821 SANDERSON, Gerald Stanley 

4085 WARD, Frederick William ... 

764003 CHARD, Harry Athelstan 

761430 GARDEN, John Bruce 



ig/ 1/15 Wounded 13/9/15 

2 1/ 1/15 Lieut. (R.A.F.} 

3 1/ 8/14 Capt. Wounded - 
10 / 4/15 Capt. 

io/ 4/15 Lieut. 
3 1/ 8/14 Capt. 

8/ 6/15 Lieut. 
3i/ 8/14 Capt. 

9/ 1/15 Lieut. 
i3/ 6/15 Lt.-Col. 
i8/ 3/15 Lieut. 



D/W}/ io/i5 



O.B.E. HI 

Wounded - 



w. 7/5/1 8 



8/ 1/16 

i2/ i/ 1 6 Lieut. 

8/ i/i 6 Ca//. 

30/12/15 LWM/. 

8/ 1/16 Lww*. Wounded -liofij 

8/ 1/16 Killed in action 22/7/16 
io/ 1/16 



Wounded 19/10/18 

/5/i8 



26/ 4/17 Lieut. 
9/10/18 Wounded 17/8/17 



12th (County) Battalion: The Rangers. 



How, Francis Radcliffe 
LOWTHER, Walter Joseph ... 
OSBORNE, Francis William ... 
REINECKE, Cpl. Arthur Julius 
WELLSMAN, L/Cpl. Edgar Stanley ... 

BARRETT, Wilfred Morris ... 
BROWN, Malcolm Beck 
COWELL, Harry Cyril Hall 
CUNNINGHAM, James J. Ignatious ... 

DURSTON, Charles Giles 

DAY, John William ... 
JAMES, Percy Leonard Samuel 
LANGTON, L/Cpl. Edwin Simmons W. 
LOVELESS, Rupert Bramble 

LYAL, David Hume 

MACE, Howard Kimberley 
MAIDMENT, Cyril Vaughan 

PEACOCK, Stanley Claude 

PEEBLES, Percy Norman 

SPENLE, Henry Emile 

SMITH, Herbert Charles 

STONE, Edward James 



i8/ 3/15 Lieut. (O.C.B.} Wounded 
3 o/ 3/15 (ToR.F.A.} 

22/ 9/15 

2 5/ 8/15 Lieut. Wounded 4/7/16 
2 1/ 3/15 Lieut. 



i i/ 
io/ 



6/16 
7/16 
7/16 
6/16 



(R.A.F.} 
Capt. 6 ^^'/. 
Lieut. Wounded 2/6/17 

Killed in action 7/10/16 



11 1 7/1 6 Lieut. 
n/ 7/16 
11 / 7/1 6 Lieut. 
i2/ 6/16 Capt. 
io/ 7/1 6 Lieut. 
12 1 6/i 6 Lieut. 
io/ 7/1 6 Lieut. 
11 1 7/1 6 Lieut. 


Wounded -/4/ '17, -/iz 

Wounded 7/5/17 
w. 11/12/17, 12/10/18 
Wounded -/ 1 1 / 1 6 

Wounded 21/4/17 
Wounded 2/4/17 



i/ 



6/16 
6/16 
6/16 



Killed in action g/4/ 1 7 



Lieut. 
Lieut. 



I2/LONDON REGIMENT (T/F). 



299 



5813 
5815 
5609 

5303 


STONES, Douglas Henry 
TARRANT, Reginald Walter 
TUCKER, Stanley Walter 
WILLIS, Cyril Louis 


... 1 1/ 7/1 6 Lieut. 
... 1 1/ 7/16 Lieut. 
... IT/ 7/1 6 Lieut. 
... 12 1 6/i 6 Lieut. 


Wounded 16/5/18 
Wounded 28/8/18 
Wounded -/ 1 1 / 1 6 
Killed in action 7/10/16 


764952 
765971 


SEED, Charles William Stanley 
TWINE, Charles Ernest 


... 31/10/17 
... 27/ 2/1 8 Wounded 30/9/18 



FOURTH BRIGADE 13th (County) Battalion : Princess Louise's (Kensington). 



2ndLt. 

755 
4380 

4476 

2173 
4658 
4470 
5346 
4210 

3594 
4253 
3762 
1171 

3585 
4483 
45 6 9 

7383 
7067 
2118 
6613 

766302 
764487 

7234 
762562 

7455 
760732 

763002 
2084 
7433 



2975 
4798 
6280 
4630 
5796 
5336 



HANKINS, Harold William ... ... 7/11/15 

ELVY, Leslie Thomas ... ... 7/3/15 

CARROLL, Leo Grattan ... ... 7/1/16 

CLARK, Robert 7/ 1/16 

GOULD, William Stanley ... ... 28/9/15 

GAYNOR, Harold Francis ... ... i2/ 1/16 

GRAINGER, John Chambers ... ... 28/ 1/16 

LISSACK, Maurice Solomon ... ... io/ 7/16 

LOCKHART, Reginald Frank ... 7/ 1/16 

NIGHTINGALE, Cpl. Charles Thrupp... 15/10/15 

PILGRIM, Henry Bastick ... ... y/ 1/16 

RIVINGTON, Kenneth A. Stewart ... 15/10/15 

STOCKMAN, Sgt. George Donovan ... 15/10/15 

TAYLOR, Basil Franklin ... ... 15/10/15 

WILLIAMS, Hopkin ... ... ... j/ 1/16 

YOUNG, Albert Louis Gwynne ... 7/1/16 

ACKERMAN, Edgar Charles ... ... 26/ 9/16 

BARNETT, L/Cpl. Reginald Oliver ... i/ 7/16 

BENBOW, Sgt. Louis Julian ... ... 15/10/16 

BLOXHAM, Leonard Albert 5/ 9/16 

DEWSON, Leslie Jackson 26/ 6/18 

ELLIS, Frederick William 28/ 8/17 

LEGGETT, George William ... ... 21/12/16 

MATHESON, Herbert 3o/ 5/17 

MITZAKIS, Albert Victor Marcel ... 26/ 1/17 

ORMISTON, Walter Hugh 3/ 5/ 1 / 

OWERS, Frederick Thomas 3o/ 5/17 

SAVAGE, James Percival ... ... 15/10/16 

TONNOCHY, Alec Bain ... ... 19/12/16 



Capt. & Adjt. Wounded 4/7/16 

Capt. * 

Lieut, w. 10/11/17 (N.AC.B.) 

Lieut. Wounded -/g/ 1 6 

Lieut. 

Prisoner of war 2 7 /3/ 1 8 3R 

Lieut. 

Lieut. Wounded 10/11/17 

(M.G.C.) D\W. 10/7/17 

Lieut. 

Killed in action 1/7/16 

Lieut. 

Lieut. (Staff) 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 



Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. (Staff} 



Wounded 4/3/18 



Killed in action 3/3/18 

Lieut. 

(75) Lieut. Killed in action 24/3/18 

Capt. F/D Wounded 21/3/18 M 

>fc Wounded 8/I2/ '17 

^ Wounded 27/4/17 



Lieut. 



15th (County) Battalion ; Civil Service Rifles. 



PHELPS, Francis William 
ANDREW, Reg. B. W. Goldsworthy 
ARUNDELL, Thomas Henry 
BRASHER, Walter 
BROAD, Walter Victor Mantach 
CRIBBETT, Wilfred Charles Geo. 



(M.G.C.} 
& * Wounded 20/9/18 



28/ 9/15 Lieut. 

2/ 6/1 6 Capt. 

io/ 7/1 6 Z/V#/. 

i2/' 6/1 6 (6) Lieut, 1J} 

i2/ 6/1 6 Lieut. Killed in action 22/3/18 

i2/ 6/1 6 Lieut. 



15/LONDON REGIMENT (T/F). 



5094 DENNY, Ernest 

4625 Du HEAUME, Francis Herbert 

4574 HOOLE, Geoffrey 

5408 HOUNSELL, Frank William 

4423 HUTTON, Percy Granville ... 

4460 JARVIS, Maurice Frank 

4634 MARCHANT, Charles Victor 

5112 MARGRETT, George Montague 

7441 MITCHELL, George Rowe 

5131 MORROW, Alexander 

5861 MORTON, L/Cpl. George Charlton 

4558 NEWTON, Cyril Frank 

5135 POTTS, James Phillips 

4664 THOMPSON, Frank Dickinson 

5402 ETHERIDGE, Alfred Hollis ... 

765588 GARRETT, Maurice Humphries 

4742 GLYNN, Alfred Henley 

763954 MARKHAM, Leslie Albert 

766607 MIALL, Eric John 

762230 SMART, Claud Augustus 

766319 THROWER, Sydney Walter ... 

765149 WHEELER, Edward Nelson ... 

16th (County) Battalion: 

538 BULL, Sgt. Ronald J. H. 

1833 CIRCUITT, Clifford Marmaduke 

2435 COLLIER, Eric Cecil Frederick 

4471 FARMER, Geoffrey John 

2535 HORNE, James Anthony 

3952 IVESON, Cyril Charles 

2162 YEATES, Arthur Gerald Vavasour 

4637 BAKER, Thomas Sidney 

5105 BATES, Reginald Naunton ... 

5680 CLAYTON, Eric George 

3693 DENT, Horace Benjamin 

5754 FRASER, Kenneth 

5183 LEETE, Francis Bertram 

4851 MASON, Henry 

6302 TROTTER, Stuart Ernest 

5142 WALL, Cyril Charles 

4685 WRENN, Cecil ... 

5330 WRIGHT, Alfred Kyrle Terrett 

4446 YEATES, L/Cpl. Stanley Charles 

766545 BANNESTER, John 

762773 BASSHAM, Robert Anthony ... 



I2/. 6/16 (K.R.R.) Died of 'wounds 4/8/17 

i/ 6/16 Capt. Wounded 15/10/18 IB 

I2/ 6/1 6 Killed in action 15/9/16 

io/ 7/16 Lieut. (Staff) Wounded 29/8/18 

1 1/ 6/1 6 (R.A.F.) 

io/ 7/16 Lieut. 

i2/ 6/16 Wounded 7/6/17 KjA 30/11/17 

io/ 7/16 Lieut. Wounded 22/12/17 

io/ 7/1 6 Lieut. 

12 1 6/i 6 Lieut. 

12 / 6/1 6 Lieut. 

2 1 6/1 6 Lieut. 

12 1 6/1 6 Lieut. Prisoner of war 10/1/18 Bl 

i/ 6/16 (K.R.R.) Killed in action 13/1/17 

i2/ 7/1 6 Lieut. 

27/11/17 Killed in action 2/9/18 

io/ 8/16 (Yorkshire L.I.) D/W 12/2/17 

z?/ 6/17 Wounded 17/4/18 



Wounded 4/10/17 
Wounded 20/11/17 



Queen's Westminster Rifles. 

... 26/ 8/14 Capt. Killed 13/7/17 

... 1 1/ 4/15 Capt. (R.A.S.C.) M.B.K. IK 

6/11/14 Z/. 24/12/14 

... 22/ 2/1 6 ZzVfc/. 

... i4/ 2/25 Killed in action 11/7/16 

... 14/12/15 Lieut. Wounded 7/7/16 

... 22/ 7/15 Killed in action 1/7/16 

... i o/ 7 / 1 6 Killed in action 14/4/17 

... i4/ 6/i 6 Lieut. 

... i4/ 6/1 6 Lieut. (Min. of Labour) IK 

... io/ 7/16 (R.A.F.) 

... 14/6/16 Lieut. 

... i4/ 6/1 6 Lieut. Wounded 15/10/18 

... i4/ 6/1 6 Lieut. 

... io/ 7/1 6 Lieut. 

... 15/6/16 CVz//. (21 1 K.R.R. C.) 

... i4/ 6/1 6 Z//. (^Norfolk) 

... 1 4/ 6/ 1 6 ZVft/ (?/ wounds 10/12/17 

... 8/ 7/15 Lieut. Killed in action 14/4/17 

... 24/ 4/18 Killed in action 4/10/18 

... 3o/ 5/17 -Wounded 13/3/18 



I6/LONDON REGIMENT (T/F). 



301 



5465 


BAWTREE, Edward ... 


5/9/16 Lieut. 


Wounded -1 1 1 17 


765671 


BOTHAMLEY, Basil Parkinson 


... 18/12/17 




762797 


BROOKE, Alfred Charles 


... 2?/ 3/17 Lieut. 




763071 


MANN, John Godfrey 


... 2 7 / 2/18 




762763 


PALLET!', Leslie Clarkson ... 


25/ 9/17 




766873 


PUCKLE, Owen Standidge 


... 3 / 2/19 




765735 


SIMONDS, Sydney Francis ... 


... 2 7 / 2/18 




762921 


WARNER, Francis Banks 


... 26/ 4/17 




5827 


YOUNG, John Herbert 


... 11/7/16 (R.F.C) 



FIFTH BRIGADE 17th (County) Battalion: Poplar & Stepney Eifles. 



2104 DADSON, Reginald Thornton 

2686 NEWTON, Murray Edell 

2402 UNDERWOOD, Cyril Henry ... 

5571 CARO, Jacob Pisa 

3307 CLEAVE, Stanley William 

5836 COOKE, Archibald Barton ... 

5402 ETHERIDGE, Alfred Hollis ... 

4363 FOSTER, Edgar Henry 

4318 Fox, Arthur Wells 

5999 GOODWAY, Harold William ... 

4384 GREENIDGE, Samuel Clyde Clarke 

5504 HILL, Claude Harold 

4252 LEE, Cpl. Esmond Christin 

4212 OSBORN, Malcolm 

6178 ROWLAND, William Roland ... 

4961 SLANEY, Arnold John Robinson 

5827 YOUNG, John Herbert 

763025 DAY, Edward Thomas 

762895 ERASER, Roderick Donald ... 

760656 LAITHWAITE, Alan ... 

6546 LAZARUS, Joseph Philip 

765506 MARTIN, Austin Gardiner ... 

7335 VANDERPLANK, Hubert Cecil 

7917 WALMSLEY, Allan Armstrong 

760599 WILLIAMS, Maxwell Henry .. 



14/10/14 Adjt. 
1\ 5A5 Lieut. 
8/ 6/15 Capt. 



Major O.B.E. 3U 
(R.A.F.} K\A 18/6/17 
Killed in action 2/5/18 



io/ 7/1 6 Killed in action 2/5/18 
26/ 1/16 Lieut. Wounded 15/5/18 
io/ 7/16' 
7/16 



io/ 7/1 6 Z/Vtt/. 




7/ 6/16 ZzVz//. 




1 1/ 7/1 6 Capt. 


Wounded 2 / 'i / '18 1 


9/ 1/1 6 Z/V///. 


3U 


io/ 7/1 6 Zz'<?#/. 


Wounded 30/9/18 


i3/ i /i 6 Lieut. 




7/ i/ 1 6 Lieut. 


Bl 


io/ 7/1 6 Killed in action -/6/I^ 


io/ 7/1 6 Lieut. 


* 


io/ 7/1 6 Z/ifw/. 




2 4 / 4/1 8 




28/11/17 




26/ 4/17 Lieut. 


D.S.O. W. IO/II/I7 


5/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 


Wounded 16/4/17 


27/11/17 




29/ 8/1 6 Lieut. 


Wounded 24/5/18 


26/ 1/17 Z/Vtf/. 


Wounded 24/9/17 



26/ 4/17 Kitted in action 19/9/17 



18th (County) Battalion: London Irish Rifles. 



818 CONCANNON, Cpl. James Blake 

3138 JUDD, Charles Edward 

3629 MUNRO, Ronald George 

3418 POWER, Henry Teevan 



7/ 3/15 Capt. & Adjt. 
12 1 6/15 Lieut. (Labour Corps) 
2 1/ 7/15 (Irish Gds.) Lieut. * DjW 19/9/1 6 

9/ 7/15 Lieut. 



302 



iS/LONDON REGIMENT (T/F), 



2247 
1757 

536l 
393 1 
3941 
544 
4598 
3919 
3920 

5 2 3 
6057 
5118 
4826 
5856 



4831 
6017 

475 
3977 
5379 
5285 
4642 



3889 

3936 
5667 
3898 

397i 
4860 
6038 

7649 
8118 

5 l6 7 
765376 

6660 
767658 

8068 



4836 
4416 
4223 

437 
4165 
4426 
3463 



ROBERTS, Edward Richards 
TOPHAM, Geoffrey Ronald G. 

ASHBRIDGE, John Prentice ... 
BARTLETT, John Duncan 
BATTERSBY, Reginald Hugh 
BRAYDON, Kevin 
CANNAN, L/Cpl. Vincent Cooper 
COCUP, Charles Herbert 
CURLING, Frank Trevor 
GARDNER, Reginald David C. 
GLENDENING, Alfred George 
GRAY, Cyrus Keswick 
HAYLOCK, Stanley William ... 
McCoRMiCK, Arthur Eric ... 
MACNAMARA, George Edward 
MITCHELL, John Leishman ... 
NEWTON, Geoffrey Broughton 
O'BYRNE, Michael ... 
OLIVER, Arthur Allen 
PERRY, Albert Francis 
RICHARDSON, Robert Harold 
RICHENS, Richard Ivor 
SANDERSON, Sidney Charles 
SHAW, Ernest Benjamin 
SHERIDAN, Robert ... 
STEDMAN, William Walter Thomas 
TOMS, Stanley Muir ... 
TYSON, Howard Cecil 
VINCENT, Cecil Richard Causdlon 
WILSON, Harold Benjamin ... 

ACTON, John Wade Douglas 
CHAPMAN, Robert William Tydd 
CONRAD, Alfred George 
PARKES, Percy Reginald 
THOMPSON, Richard Seward 
WILSON, Harry Cecil 
WRIGHT, Reginald George Stuart 



27/ 2/15 (10} Lieut. 
27/ 2/15 Wounded - 

io/ 7/1 6 

29/10/15 

6/11/15 
1 4 / 6/ 1 6 
2i/ 1/16 

6/11/15 

6/11/15 
io/ 7/1 6 
io/ 7/1 6 
io/ 7/1 6 
io/ 7/1 6 
io/ 7/1 6 
io/ 7/1 6 
io/ 7/i6 
io/ 7/1 6 

6/11/15 

6/11/15 
io/ 7 /i 6 
io/ 7/1 6 
io/ 7/1 6 

6/11/15 
6/11/15 

6/11/15 
i o/ 7/16 
27/10/15 

6/11/15 
io/ 7/16 
io/ 7/1 6 



(R.A.F.) 

Lieut. Wounded 20/1 1/17 
Lieut. (R.E.} 

Lieut. Wounded 20/4/18, -/5/i8 
Killed in action 23/12/17 
Lieut. Woundtd -lil\b, 4/1/18 
Lieut. 

Capt. w. -/n/i6,-/2/i8 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 

Killed in action 14/4/17 
Capt. To Indian Army 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 

#fe*wfaf Z4/5/I7 D\W 
Prisoner of war 18/4/18 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 

Lieut. (Ministry of Munitions) 
(R.F.C.} Killed in action 6j n li 
Died of wounds 14/4/17 
Killed in action 11/10/16 
Lieut. 

Lieut. Wo unded 2 1 /9/ 1 8 
Killed in action 13/11/16 
/}// #/" wounds 8/12/17 
Lieut. Wounded 16/2/18 
Z///. >fc w. 29/6/18, 6/9/18 
Killed in action 7/4/17 



Wounded 23/4/17, 4/10/1 
Wounded 28/8/18 



19/12/16 Lieut. 

26 1 1/17 Lieut. 

4/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 

28/11/17 ZW 0/ w<7/&fr ( /y WO 4/4/ 1 S 

26/ 1/17 Killed in action 16/6/17 

4/ 3/*9 



19th (County) Battalion : St. Pancras. 

ANGAS, Reginald i4/ 6/16 ZzV///. Wounded 18/3/17, 8/12/17 

FIXTER, Tom... p/ 1/16 Z/<?w/. 

JOHNSON, Francis Hugh ... ... 9/ 1/16 Killed in action 15/9/16 

PALMER, Frederick Sidney 9/1/16 Z/V/. 

RADCLIFFE, Charles Netton ... 12/11/15 Z/Vw/. >fc >J< Wounded 22/12/17 

ROWSON, Tom Hollingworth ... p/ 1/16 Killed in action 15/9/16 

SHILLITO, George ... ... ... 2o/ 5/15 Lieut. 



ig/LONDON REGIMENT (T/F). 



303 



4257 STEVENS, Charles 
4328 TYNDALL, James 



9/ i /i 6 Lieut. 

9/ i/ 1 6 Died of wounds 4/6/ 1 7 



765441 
4443 

765693 
2385 

765249 
4792 



4759 
4i88 

3649 
4468 

4859 
4362 
3082 
3884 
3807 
5018 
3896 

3955 
2460 

4356 
4984 

4370 
5665 

4371 
4508 

445 
5385 
4168 

763808 

4237 

765549 

SIXTH 

4469 
3948 
5995 
4273 
2693 

3639 
4929 

493 
4342 



ELEY, Ralph Corban 28/11/17 Killed in action 24/3/18 

MUFF-FORD, John Waldemere Daniel 29/ 9/16 Lieut. 

ROBERTSON, James 18/12/17 (?) Died of wounds 5/10/18 

SCANTLEBURY, Charles Warren Oliver 18/12/17 Lieut. Wounded 8/7/16 
SMITH, Ivor Clifford .. ... ... 28/11/17 Prisoner of war 10/5/18 

WILSON, William Wyatt ... ... i4/ 7/16 Lieut. 

20th (County) Battalion: Blackheath and Woolwich. 
ANDREWS, L/Cpl. Walter Thornton... i4/ 6/16 Lieut. (To Ministry of Labour) 



BACON, Douglas Charles 
BISHOP, Percy Bartram 
BLUNDELL, Douglas Roper ... 
CLARKE, Edwin Alfred 
DUCE, William 
GILBERT, Cpl. Montague 
HELLICAR, Geoffrey Theodore 
HUNT, Archibald Henry 
LONG, Francis Charles 
MALCOLM, Kennith James ... 
MAXWELL, Wellwood 
NEEDHAM, Leslie William 
NELSON, Harry 
PATTISON, Stuart Percy 
SALTER, Carl Russell Colley... 
SILVESTER, Reginald 
SMITH, Norman Havelock 



15/10/15 Lieut. & Wounded 22/5/17 

3/ 7/ I 5 Lieut. Wounded -/g/i6 

i4/ 6/16 Lieut. * Wounded 7/12/18 

I4/ 6/16 Died of wounds 1/10/16 

5/ 1/16 Lieut. w.-/g/i6 PJ W 26/6/18 

2/11/15 Lieut. Wounded -/i/i'j 

15/10/15 Killed in action 27/7/16 

2/11/15 Lieut. >& 

n/ 7/16 Lztt. Wounded 10/12/17 

15/10/15 Lieut. Killed in action 19/2/18 

2/11/15 Died of wounds 16/9/16 

i6/ 6/15 Lm<*. >fc 70 fFar Q$? 

7/ i/ 1 6 Lieut. Killed in action 15/9/16 

1 1/ 7/1 6 Lw*. (R.A.F.} 

1 1/ 7/1 6 Lieut. 



.* 

1 1/ 7/1 6 Killed in action 7/6/17 

7/ 1/16 Killed in action 23/3/18 

SPURGEON, L/Cpl. Donald F. Parker i4/ 6/16 Lieut, w. 20/11/17, 15/5/18 ) 

STEEL, Edward George 7/ 1/16 .<*. * [JT/^ 10/9/18 | 

STONE, Alan i4/ 6/16 Ltf. 

WEATHERLY, Laurence Edwin M. ... 15/10/1$ Lieut, w. 20/11/17 KjA 19/2/18 



AILLES, Harold Charles 

GRAY, James 

HEPBURN, Dudley Frankland 

BRIGADE 21st (County) Battalion 

CLISBY, Hartley E 

EDMUNDS, John 

ELKINGTON, Howard George 

FRENCH, Sydney 

GEARY, Ronald Fitzmaurice 

GIBSON, John Rowland 

HOCKEY, Alfred Lennox 

HODGE, Frederick George ... :.. 

HOMBROW, Victor Percival 



26 / 4/17 Lieut. 
n I 8/i 6 Lieut. 
28/11/17 



First Surrey Rifles. 
21 1 i/i 6 Lieut. Wounded -/8/i6 

5/12/15 Lieut. Wounded 13/9/18 ^ 
1 1/ 7/1 6 Capt. >fc 

5/12/15 Lieut. 

23/ 9/14 Killed in action 15/1/16 
i3/ i/i 6 Lieut. 

i4/ 6/1 6 Lieut. >J< Wounded 11/4/18 
i3/ 6/1 6 Killed in action 31/10/17 

4/ 1/16 ' 



304 



aj/LONDON REGIMENT (T/F). 




1296 
3837 
3839 
4853 
4584 
140 

5459 

5464 
4918 



5801 
5816 

5736 
761597 

8147 
766518 

4640 

6291 
763467 
767339 

5543 
763766 



HOSKYNS-ABRAHALL, Theo. 
HUNTER, Alexander Forbes 
JONES, Cecil Greenstreet 
JONES, Stanley Alfred Morgan 
LECHENE, Henry Paul 
LUCAS, Herbert Demmaire ... 
MARTIN, Cyril Basnett 
RICHMOND, Hugh Bowten ... 
ROBINSON, Harold Shillito ... 
SMITH, Edward 
SNEAD, Harold Mortimer 
TRAFFORD, William Charles S. 
WATSON, William Percy 
WEBSTER, John Henry 

BROOMFIELD, Harold Francis 
HARVEY, Herbert Atherton ... 
HITCHINGS, Frederick Arthur 
HOLLAND, Frederick Ronald 
ISAACS, Frank Henry 
JUSTICE, Herbert Maxwell ... 
RATCLIFFE, Cornwallis St. Aubyn 



Wounded 

Killed in action 23/5/16 

(4/D.C.L.7.) w. 16/11/17 
(Colonial appointment) 

Killed in action 30/3/18 
Killed in action 9/12/17 
(R.A.F.) w.-/ 9 /i6 

(Staff) 
Wounded -/$/i6, 12/9/17 

(Ministry of Labour) 



27 / 2/18 
i6/ 8/17 
28/11/17 Wounded 14/5/18 

4/ 6/1 8 Lieut. 
26 / 4/17 Wounded 26/9/17 

5/9/16 Wounded S-P/W 5/6/18 
i6/ 6/17 




22nd (County) Battalion : The Queen's. 



BARE, Alfred Raymund 
HALL, Thomas Nelson 
HALL, William Eric ... 
NOWELL, Charles 
WALKER, Cpl. Thomas George 
W T ATTS, George Hugh 
WEAVER, Frederick ... 

BARRON, Thomas Henry 
CHILD, Frederick James 
HEWITT, L/Cpl. Arthur Edgar 
SEDDON, Arthur Leslie 
TAYLOR, Pryce Christopher 

COLLINS, John Edmund 
FELLOWS, Frank Bennett 

GRAY, Douglas 

GREEN, Arthur John 

HAYES, Alfred Paul 

LARKMAN, Raymond 
MADDOX, Leonard George ... 
MYERS, Morris Ferdinand ... 
SCHOLFIELD, Christopher 
STOCK INS, William James ... 



25/ 9/14 Capt. (Staff} D.S.O. >& w. 18/4/18) 


14/12/15 Lieut. 


[To \l Loyal N.Lancs.~Wl(2)\ 


5/12/15 Lieut. 


R.A.F. 


i/ 6/1 6 Lieut. 


Wounded -/g/i6 


i/ 6/1 6 Lieut. 


R.T.O. 


12/10/14 Capt. 


Wounded 22/3/15 


i/ 6/1 6 Capt. 


* m 


1 1/ 7/1 6 Lieut. 


* w. 5/10/16, 7/11/18 m 


1 1/ 7/1 6 Lieut. 




1 1/ 7/1 6 Lieut. 


* (T.M.B.) 


1 1/ 7/1 6 Lieut. 


(R.A.F.) 


1 1/ 7/1 6 Lieut. 


(R.A.F.) 



19/12/16 Lieut. *& 
26 / 6/1 8 Lieut. F/D HI 
20/12/16 Wounded 18/4/18 
io/ 9/1 8 

i/ 9/1 6 Lieut. U) 

5/ 9/1 6 Lieut. 

28/1 1/17 & * Killed 30/8/18 
26/ 6/18 

"/ 7/i6 

267 4/17 Lieut. Missing 21/6/18 




G. E. GATES, V.C. 



.pp. 45, 341. 




Copyright.} 



A GERMAN TANK. [Capt. E. HANDLEY-READ. 




Copyright.'] 



A BRITISH TANK. [Capt. E. HANDLEY-READ. 



LONDON REGIMENT (T/F). 



305 



43 2 4 
3858 
4406 
3216 
4243 
4037 
4932 
3976 
3764 
5 2I 
4434 

345 
5072 

5215 
4368 

4347 
3978 
39M 
3892 

5875 
5082 

5398 

4329 
2928 

763561 
762935 
765467 

165 
58 

5722 
5362 
4978 
4673 



23rd (County) Battalion. 

GREENWOOD, Charles Francis H. ... 23/ i/io 
NEWTON, William Godfrey ... ... 17/10/14 

BALLARD, L/Cpl. Maurice Arnold ... i3/ 3/15 
HALCROW, L/Cpl. Malcolm E. J 3/ 3/ J 5 
WILLSON, Sgt. Harold Grainger ... i9/ 3/15 
BEN OLIEL, John Bernard ... ... 11/11/15 

BULGIN, Reginald ... ... ... 22/12/14 

CRISP, George Williams ... ... i5/ 6/16 

DAVIES, John Rhys ... ... ... i5/ 6/16 

EWEN, Henry Spencer ... ... n/ 7/16 

GRAY, Samuel Alexander ... ... u/ 1/16 

HALL, William Joseph ... ... 9/1/16 

HENDY, George Francis ... ... n/ 7/16 

HERRATT, John ... ... ... n/ 1/16 

HOLMES, Frederick 3o/ 7/15 

HYAMS, Henry David 15/6/16 

JACOB, Augustus Fitzgerald 5/8/15 

KENNETT, Alfred Claude 9/ 1/16 

LEVIEN, L/Cpl. Charles Henry ... 11/11/15 
LEWIS, Cecil J. Burghley ... ... i5/ 6/16 

LYNES, L/Cpl John Algernon ... 11/11/15 
MAEBY, L/Cpl. John Hume ... 3O/ 7/15 

MANSEL-HOWE, Charles Torworth ... n/ 7/16 
MATTHEWS, L/Cpl. Frank Nevill ... 23/12/15 
OPPENHEIMER, L/Cpl. Lehman James 5/ 8/15 
POTTS, Harold Joseph ... ... 12] 7/16 

ROSSELLOTY, Gerald A. Crampern ... n/ 7/16 



Lt.-Col. To 22 1 Land. (O/Q D.S.O. 
Lt.-Col. To 21,19,2 2lLond. (O/C) 
[* w. 18/9/16, 24/3/1 8 
Died of wounds 29/5/15 
Capt. Wounded -/7/ r 6 
Major F/D 3U 
Lieut. 

(Att.from R. Irish Fusiliers) 
Lieut. ^ 

Died of Wounds 28/11/17 
Lieut. * w. 12/1/18 ^T/^4 5/4/18 
Lieut. <%< 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 



Wounded 20/4/18 



QUARTERMAN, Percy Harold ... n/ 1/16 

SAVERS, Horace George D. ... n/ 1/16 

SEABROOK, Cpl. Albert Lionel ... 11/11/15 

SELVEN, William Arthur ... ... 9/11/15 

SNELLING, Leonard Maurice ... 11/11/15 

STONE, Harold ... ... ... 5/ 9/16 

SWIFT, Frederick ... ... ... n/ 7/16 

VINCENT, Walter John ... ... u/ 7/16 

WEEDEN, Wilfrid Arthur ... ... n/ 1/16 

WHIDDINGTON, William Arthur ... 5/ 8/15 

BARNES, Alfred Douglas ... ... 3o/ 5/17 

HARVEY, John William ... ... 25/ 9/18 

PHILLIPS, Leslie Jack 28/11/17 



Lieu t. Wounded 13/10/17 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Capt. Died of wounds 18/11/17 

Lieut. Killed in action 9/8/18 

Lieut. i6/ 'Rifle Brigade 

ZV/8/ii/i6 

Lieut. J< 

Lieut. To Indian Army 

Lieut. Killed in action 9/10/17 

Lieut. Drowned at sea 2/6/17 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. R.A.F. 

Killed in action 8/6/17 

Lieut. 

Lieut Wounded 20/1 i/i 7 

Zm*/. 

Lieut. 

* Wounded 23/4/18 



24th (County) Battalion : The Queen's, 



ROGERS, Sgt. Charles Murray 
SAUNDERS, Sgt. Cornelius James 
ASHMAN, Herbert William ... 
BEENEY, James Alexander ... 
BENWELL, Lionel Newton ... 
BURROUGHS, Percy William ... 



2/ 9/14 Major M.G.C. 
if 9/14 Bt.-Major G.S.O 

1 1/ 7/1 6 Lieut. 
1 1/ 7/1 6 Zwwf. 
1 1/ 7/16 Lieut. 
1 1/ 1/16 Ca//. 



Bl 

* F/D 12(3) 



D.F.C. 



Wounded 29/8/18 



306 



LONDON REGIMENT (T/F). 



573 


CADMAN, Joseph Frederick ... 


... 1 1/ 7/1 6 Lieut. Wounded -/4/ '17, 11/9/18 


4246 


CATTELL, Alfred George 


... 6/1/16 Lieut. & 


5744 


CURTIS, Henry Thomas 


.... 1 1/ 7/16 (K.O.Y.L.L) >/Wi2/2/i-j 


53 6 7 


DYKE, Cyril John 


... 1 1/ 7/16 Killed in action 7/11/17 


4667 


JAMES, Charles Gordon . . 


... 1 1/ 7/16 Lieut. 


4546 


KENWARD, Athol Horace White 


... is/ 1/16 Lieut. M.G.C. 


3678 


LEAR, Edward C. Rutherford 


- 3/ 7/i5 Lieut. 


3769 


LIVERMORE, Ernest Bernard 


... 27/10/15 Killed in action 15/9/16 


5374 


MEAKINS, L/Cpl. John Burchell 


,,. 1 1/ 7/16 Lieut. 


4616 


MOWER, Eric Elsdon 


... 1 1/ 7/1 6 Lieut. 


3542 


MURPHY, Thomas Joseph ... 


... 3o/ 7/15 Lieut. 


5 2I 3 


PERRY, Percy Robert Wenman 


... 1 1/ 7/16 Lieut. T& 


443 1 


POLL, Dudley Erskine 


... 1 1/ 7/1 6 Lieut. %! 


3890 


SLAUGHTER, Vivian ... 


... i8/ 7/1 6 Lieut. 


3178 


SMART, Sgt. Robert Borlase 


... 30; 7/15 Lieut. (M.G.C.) 


3739 


STRAND, Alister Carmichael 


- 3/ 7/i5 Lisut. 


5386 


SUTHERLAND, John Alexander 


... 1 1/ 7/16 Killed in action 8/12 /ij 


3203 


WARNER, Eric Terence Hugh 


... 16/6/15 Lieut. 


4404 


WATTS, Harold Claude 


... 1 1/ 1/16 Capt. TKi 


53 


WESTCOTT, Albert 


... i5/ 6/i 6 Lieut. 


459 


WETTONE, Henry Frederick 


.. i 2/ i/i 6 Lieut. Wounded 7/6/17 


4665 


WHEELER, William Rocert ... 


... 1 1/ 7/16 Lieut. >& F/o(2) 


5 6l 3 


BATCHELOR, Edward 


... 5/ 9/16 Killed in action 26/9/17 


766420 


BOLTON, Thomas Allen 


... 7/10/18 




25th (County) 


Battalion: Cyclists. 


2880 


ANNS, Harold Falkner 


... 28/ 3/15 To R.A.F. Staff 


2769 


GIFFEN, Lionel Edward 


... 8/8/15 Capt. To I.A.R.O. a/. - 5 17 


2875 


HAMBLEY, Richard Luskey ... 


J 3/ 3/ x 5 Capt. To I.A.R.O. 


2442 


JONES, Thos. Joseph William 


... 23/ 6/15 Lieut. To I.A.R.O. 


3875 


CARPENTER, Hubert Granville 


... 6/8/15 Lieut. To Div. Cyclists (4} 


4454 


DANIELS, Hugh Arthur William 


... 9/ i/ 1 6 Lieut. 


4560 


DAVENPORT, Henry Stephen 


... 9/ 1/16 Lieut. Wounded 22/12/1.7 


445 2 


DE LA COZE, Francis Mare . . . 


... 2/ i/ 1 6 Lieut. 


4924 


ELLIS, Clarence Victor 


... i5/ 6/1 6 Lieut, (id) Bl 


4925 


EPPS, Ralph Septimus G. 


... i5/ 6/1 6 Lieut. Wounded 3/10/17 




FAULKNER, Harold Edward 


... is/ 6/1 6 Lieut. R.A.F. 


4847 


FIELD, Reginald Thomas 


... i5/ 6/1 6 Lieut. Wounded 28/4/17 


4926 


FULLER, George J. F. Franklin 


... I5/ 6/16 Lieut. Wounded -/2/ij 


4440 


GLUCKMAN, Philip ... 


... 12 1 i/i 6 Lieut. Killed in ac. ion B/ 1 o/ 1 6 


4648 


HAWKINS, Geoffrey ... 


... i2/ i/i 6 Lieut. 


4591 


RALEIGH, Roland Arthur 


... 9/1/16 Lieut. 


4463 


SAMPSON, Charles Alexander 


~ ... i6/ 1/16 Capt. >& w. -/5/i-j, -/i2/i- > 


4800 


SHEPHERD, Ernest ... 


... is/ 6/16 (if) Lieut. \K\A 9/9/18) 


4883 


SIDDALL, Thomas Arthur 


... i5/ 6/16 Died of wounds 17/4/17 


5158 


TERRY, Edward Fenton 


... is/ 6/16 R.A.F. 


537 


WILLIAMS, Francis James ... 


... 15/6/16 Lieut. 


4810 


HOLTHAM, L/Cpl. Edward James 


... 1 1/ 7/16 Lieut. Wounded 26/10/17 


765899 


MARSH, William Eric 


... 23/ 5/18 


766533 


SMITH, Frederick Thomas ... 


... 2/10/18 



[28th (County) Battalion; Artists' Rifles. 



THE ARTISTS' RIFLES. 307 

(Recognised as an Officers' Training Corps by Army Order No. 429 of 1915.) 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

2 or 2/28 = Original and (Reserve) Bn. V.D. = Volunteer Officers' Decoration. 

3 or 3/28 = Original 3rd Bn. subsequently desig- T.D.= Territorial ,, ,, 

nated 2/28. p. = Certificate of Proficiency. 

i5/O.C.B.=No. 15 (Artists' Rifles) Officer Cadet Bn. /.s.=Passed School of Instruction (pre-war). 

(Q) = Passed Regular Officers' Examinations ^[ = War Service previous to 1914. 

for promotion to Major. f = Served overseas with 1/28, either as Officer 

(q) = Passed Regular Officers' Examinations or in other ranks, 

for promotion to Captain. O/C = Commanding Officer. 

(H) = Qualified at School of Musketry(Hythe). 2 i/c = 2nd in Command. 



(i.) Officers at date of Mobilization. 

Honorary Colonel. 
EDIS, Col. Sir Robert William, C.B., V.D./. 16/12/02 Awarded K.B.E. 

Lt.- Colonel. 

t MAY, Henry Allan Roughton, V.D. (T.)/..r. i^/ 1/03 Colonel. C.B. OjC i/28'(i 914-15, 1920) 

Comdl. Southern Commd. Ofirs.' School of Ins t.TXi 
Majors. 

, Stanley, V.D. (Q.) i/ 4/08 Lt,-Colonel. Q\ 1/28 (1916-17) UJ 



UtEDLMANN, Herbert Elliot, T.D. (ff.} (Q.) 9/12/12 Major. O\C 1/28 (1917) 3D 
Hon. Lt. in Army, ir Sept., 1901. 

Captains (Hon. Majors). 

HICHAM, S. Stagoll, V.D. (Q.) p.s. ... 4/11/02 Major. A. P. M. 2 1 'London Division 

2*7*3/28 6^ is/O.C.B. 

^IfSHiRLEY, Herbert J., C.M.G., T.D. (Q.) p.s, 3/12/07 Lt.-Col. O]C 2J5 Lanes. Fusitifrs : 

Lt.-Col. R.A.M.C. (Malta): OIC 1/28 (1921). m( 2 ) 

Captains. 
tlNNES,CharlesGordonD.,T.D.(ZT.)(q.)/.^. 2j/ 5/09 : Major. Staff-Lt,: A,P,M. at G.ff.Q. 

fEowARDS, Harry Passmore (q.) T.D. p.s. 3i/ 5/09 Major. 2 ijc 2/28 

WEST, William George, T.D. (J?.} p.s. 4/ 9/09 Capt. Assist. Director of Munitions 

Contracts M.B.E. 

ffGREKNwooD, Charles Francis H. (H.} 2T,/ 1/10 Lt.-Col. Toz^Lond.: O/C 22\Lond. 

(Q.)/~r- D.S.O. 1K(3) 

IKEENE, Alfred Valentine, T.D. p.s. ... 7/1/11 Major. Physical & Bayonet Training 

Supvsg. Officer 

Hf AUSTEN, Ernest Edward (q.) p.s. ... g'i2/i2 Ma/or. TpH.Q.StaffofDir.-Genl. 

R.A.M.'C. E.S.O. IR 



308 



OFFICERS OF THE ARTISTS' RIFLES. 



Lieutenants. 
fCROFT, Benjamin (q.) (H.} T.v.p.s. 



, Arthur John, T.D. p.s. 
t ROYDS, Alan Francis, T.D. p.s. . . . 
f NEIGHBOUR, Sydney W., T.D. (q.) 
JBARE, Arnold Edwin (q.) 
iOsTLE, Henry K. Eaton, T.D. ... 
tSiMMONS, Frank Keith (q.) 
THOMPSON, Arthur Ralph 



Lieut, 

28/ 5/06 Major. Instr. XV. Corps School Killed in 

action 10/11/18 

4/ 9/09 Major. Adjt. 2/28. Instr. First Army Infantry 

\School 
4/ 9/9 Capt. 

i3/ 7/10 Capt. Adjt.\\2^> Bdc.-Major, Dvina Force. 

O.B.E. F/D iv. 28/4/17 
7/ i /i i Capt. M.V.O. Killed i n action 30/10/17 

9/12/12 Lt.~CoL'2.ilc2\Border: Oj Ciol York & Lanes. 
O]C ^Somerset L.I. : OjCslzS. * w. 25/9/15 TB(2) 
18/12/12 Ca//. Staff- Lt. G. H. Q. To 1 1 Highland L. I. 
Bde.- Major <% M.V.O. F/D U3(3) 
20/12/13 CV*//. 



Second Lieutenants. 2nd Lieut. 

I H ALL, Alner Wilson 4/ 3/11 

fGiLKS, Humphrey Livingston ... 23/10/12 

+BURMANN, Robert Moyle ... 23/10/12 

^^. 

tTvKR, Austin Arnold ... ... 5/ 3/13 

t MONEY, David Frederick ... 5/3/13 

IFAIRTLOUGH, Gerard Howard ... 24/ 6/14 

RICKATSON, Hugh Cecil ... 24/ 6/14 



Lt.-Col. * O\C \lrt Cadre (Feb,-May\\<)\ 

Capt. Adjt. ^London * 

Capt. Adjt. z\Border : Bde.-Major, 20 j Inf. 
D.S.O. ** Killed in action 27/10/18 1K(6) 
Ca//. (Special Bde. R.E., Loos) To 
R.F.A. F/D. 
V. 1/28 * 3B 



7c; ^.^. Signals, yd Cav. Div. * 
Died of wounds 13/6/18 U) 
a//. 71? ^Bedford. To Coldstream Guards 
fy w. 15/12/17 



Adjutant. 
lltBLACKwooD, A. P. (Capt. 2/Border) 20/10/12 Brig,-Genl. D.S.O. 



Quartermaster. 

, John Ambrose ... 



8/ 7/14 Lieut. 



Medical Officers (R.A.M.C.). 
IDE SEGUNDO, Major Charles 
Sempill, V.D. p. p.s. ... 



\France. O.B.E. ) 
' I 



2/ 7/09 Major. M.O. ijcMed. Div., 6/Ge/i/. Hosp 
JONES, Capt. Dudley Wm.Carmalt i6/ 4/13 Colonel. A. M.S. To 2! London R.F.A. 



OFFICERS OF THE ARTISTS' RIFLES. 



39 



(ii.) Officers promoted from 

1907 f ABBOT- ANDERSON, Sgt. Louis G. ... 

499 f ADAMS, Cpl. Walter Alwyn Cole ... 
2809 IBAILLIE-HAMILTON, L/Cpl. George 

398 IBARNETT, CQMS Raimond Austin... 

1472 JBAYNE, Sgt. Henry Gerald 
1480 BOSWOOD, Sgt. Charles G. Gordon 
2782 BOWLING, L/Cpl. Tom 
35 f BYRNE, L/Cpl. Alan Walter 

505 tCHETWGOD, Cpl. Ernest Stanley ... 

77 fCniLD, Sgt. Arthur James... 
133 fCoLEMAN, Sgt. Reginald ... 

2310 COOPER, Sgt. Douglas Jinkings 
536 EDGE, Cpl. Percy Granville 
118 f EDWARDS, Sgt. George Cyril 

2427 ELMSLIE, Sgt. Noel 

2905 fFoRD, Sgt. Leslie Beaumont 

2684 PRANKISH, L/Cpl. William Martin . . . 

481 fpROST, Sgt. Alan 

1659 GIRLING, L/Cpl. Frederick John ... 

948 fGoDFREY, CQMS Stephen Mervyn 
1058 IGoULDER, Sgt. Arthur Christopher 
2753 fGROOM, Cyril 

2136 HANKINS, Harold William 

2290 HARVEY, Eric Blake 

"367 IHASLAM, QMS James ... ___**. 

1388 f HEWITT, Sgt. Malcolm Brian 

74 HOWARD, L/Cpl. Bernard F. 

1534 HUGHES, Thomas Harold... 

1809 JOB, Sgt. Ernest Dalzel 

1286 KELSEY, Cpl. Leigh Bentall 
864 fKYLE, L/Cpl. James 
1695 LAING, Cpl. James Gordon 

2621 fLEE-HANKEY, William 
644 ILEPINGWELL, Sgt. George Bikerton 
2941 LEVERSON, Darrell Louis F. 

6 fLiGHT, C/Sgt. Frederick Robert ... 



the ranks after Mobilization. 

2nd Lieut. 

i8/ 4/15 Capt. Adjt. isJO.C.B. M.B.E. 1*3 
17/10/14 Major. To R.E. Adjt. w. 7/6/17 
i2/ 5/1 6 Lieut. 
18/11/15 Capt. Ad/t.i/2%. fc w. 5/4/18, 

23/8/18 m 

12 1 5/1 6 Lieut. 

10/12/15 Lieut. To Food Ministry 

2 9 / 4/15 Capt. Adjt. 3/28 

17/10/14 Capt. To 1 1 East Lanes. (2 t'/c) 

Wounded 18/6/15, -/8/ 1 1 
17/10/14 Capt. Adjt. G.H.Q. Staff College. 

Killed in action 30/10/17 B) 
17/10/14 Z/.-CW. To R.F.C. O.B.E. & 

F.D. HJ(2) 

I4/ 2/15 Capt. Adjt. Sottthern Com. Off. 

School of Inst. 1J} 
7/ 2/15 Capt. i$IO.C.B. B}(2) 
1.7/10/14 Major. Aajt. 3/28. (R.A.F.} M.B.n;. 
i8/ 4/15 Capt. Adjt. $12%. Brev.-Maj. 18(2) 
i8/ 3/15 Capt. \5lQ.C.B. Emp. Ministry 

of Munitions 

i2/ 5/1 6 Capt. A.D.C. F/D [To Ind. Army} 
29/4/15 Capt. To \\\Rifte Bde. w. 16/4/17) 
17/10/14 Capt. To M.G.C. KjA 17/10/17 
17/10/14 Capt. To R.A.S.C. 
i2/ 5/16 Lieut. Killed in action 30/12/17 
i4/ 2/15 Capt. Wounded 6/4/18 
i4/ 2/15 Lieut. \\zZM.G.Off. Killed in 

action 30/12/17 

i4/ 2/15 To \slLondon Wounded 4/7/16 
i8/ 3/15 Capt. (R.F.C.} PIW-I7J16 
i2/ 3/16 Lieut. Killed in action 30/10/17 
I2/ 3/1 6 Capt. Adjt. 1/28 T& 
17/10/14 Lieut. 

i8/ 3/15 Capt. \s\O.C.B. Emp. R.E. 
19/11/14 Capt. To M. G. C. Killed in 

action 11/7/16 

22/ 5/15 Lieut. To Coldst. Gds. w. 11/12/17 
17/10/14 Z/Vw/ 1 . T.M.B. To R.A.M.C. 
17/10/14 J/<z>r. 70 J/. (7. C. Wounded 27/6/16 

Killed in action 3/10/18 
29/ 6/15 CV*//. T.$IO.C.B. 
i8/ 4/15 CVz//. Wounded 30/12/17 
6/ 5/15 Z/>/. 7^ & I London To Staff 
21/10/14 CVz//. <2-^/". 2/28 cr 1/28 



o lo OFFICERS OF THE ARTISTS' RIFLES. 



1739 fLuBBOCK, Cpl. Humphrey Thornton i8/ 4/15 Capt. 
761 IMARGETSON, Sgt. Edward ... i2/ 3/16 Lieut. 

263 MARSHALL, Sgt. John Warwick, T.D. 17/10/14 Capt. 

745 tMiEviLLE, Sgt. Walter Stokes ... -17/10/14 Capt, * w. 10/11/17 i$\O.C.B. HI 
347 NEWTON, Sgt. Charles Edward ... 7/10/14 Capt. Brevet-Major HI 

833 fNEWTON, L/Cpl. William Godfrey 17/10/14 Lt.-CoL A.D.C.toC.G.S. To 23, 21, 

19, 22JLond.; (O.C. 22/Lond.) * Wounded -/9/i6, -/4/i8 
2619 O'BRIEN, Sgt. Joseph Andrew ... 3o/ 7/15 Ca//. (R.F.C.} 
If 64 IPADFIELD, CSM Frederick Henry ... i8/ 4/15 Major. 1o R.E.(I. W. T.) O.B.E 
404 tPERL, CSM Bernard Huson ... i8/ 4/15 Major To $JR. Lancaster Adjt. *& 

2466 PERRY, Gordon Mackintosh ... 2^/ 4/15 Major. To Coldstream Guards 

Wounded 15/9/16, 27/8/18 

137 fPiKE, Sgt. Charles William ... 26/12/14 Capt. Wounded 12/1/18 

231 fPiNDER-BROWN, QMS Henry, T.D, M/. 2/15 Crt/A To R.T.O. 
1822 tPoRTER, Cpl. Nigel Keith Farrar... i2/ 3/16 Lieut, w. 31/10/17 To\t ) \O.C.B. 
51 fPRENTis, Sgt. John Edward ... -17/10/14 Ca//. HI 

746 ^ROBINS, Robin Tillyard ...... 19/11/14 //. ^.27/6/16 Toi^/O.C.B. 

3040 ROUSE, Sgt. Guy Neville ... ... u/ 7/15 Z///. 

84 fRoYDS, CSM John Iltid ... ... 18/11/15 Z/>w/. Killed in action 22/3/18 

t RUST, CSM Percy, T.D ....... -r8/ 4/15 C<?//. M.B.E. HI 

819 tScRUTTON, Alan Edward ...... 17/10/14 Major. A.D.CtoC.G.S. To Tank 

Corps ^ Wounded 31/7/17 HI 

274 fSEYMOUR, CSM Joseph ... ... 1 2/ 3/16 Capt. HI 

2749 ISHINNER, L/Sgt. W. Goodwin Blake i8/ 3/15 Lieut. Died of wounds 2/1/18 
929 ISMITH, L/Cpl. Walter Campbell ... 17/10/14 Lt.-CoL ^ Spec. appt. H3(2) 
2080 fSPENCER, Sgt. George ... ... i4/ 2/15 Capt. (n.\Rifle Bde.} Died of wounds 

4/12/17 

1288 ITALLENTIRE, Cpl. Arthur Tom ... 17/10/14 (R.F.C.} Ace. killed 20! 'io/ '15 
1467 ITAPPER, Michael John ...... 17/10/14 CV#/. Asst. Camp Comdt. G.H.Q. 

To Tank Corps * HI 

2075 TETLEY, Sgt. John C. Dodsworth ... 19/11/14 C^///. To -$\Gren. Gds. Killed in 

action -/io/i 7 

2245 -(-THOMPSON, Cpl. Clarence Valentine i4/ 2/15 Ca//. To \\lRifle Bde. Wounded 
359 TURNBULL, CSM Richard Frank ... n/ 2/1-5 C"a//. Q.M. 3/28 HI 
1820 t WALKER, CQMS Aubrey F. Cumnor i5/ 9/15 Capt. Q.M. i^jO.C.B. HI 
2744 WHEELER, Sgt. Ernest Bostock ... 10/12/15 Capl. \^\O.C.B. 
799 fWiLLiAMS, Sgt. Gordon ... ... i2/ 3/16 C//. Medal R.V.O. Killed in 

action 30/10/17 
315 tWiLLis, CSM Cecil Herbert S. ... i8/ 4/15 Capt. Adjt. \$\O.C.B. Adjt. \o\York 

& Lanes. A.D.C. to G.O.C. yi\Div. M.B.E. H)(2) 

534 t WILLIS, Sgt. Eric Fitzgeorge ... 10/12/15 CV*// 1 . i^O.C.B. Killed in action 
142 WINCKWORTH, Sgt. Sidney Howard a?/ 2/15 Capt. To R.T.O. [27/3/18 

2506 t YOUNG, Fergus Ferguson ... ... i4/ 2/15 Capt. Wounded 27/9/18 

2368 IBEAUSIRE, Sgt. Frederick Robert 5/10/1 6 Ca//. \^O.C.B. To QIC Depot 

7850 BELL, Sgt. Reginald Otto ... 19; 1/17 

2428 f BESCH, Roy Cressy Frederick ... 21 / 7/16 

766636 tBiRKETT, Frederick Seetree ... &4/ 9/18 



OFFICERS OF THE ARTISTS' RIFLES. 



3ioa 



t BLIGHT, Sgt. William 

fBoMFORD, Sgt. Herbert James P. 

BRADSHAW, L/Cpl. John ... 

COULSON, Sgt. George 
fCoviELLO, Sgt. Ambrose ... 
ICREASEY, Sgt, Robert Douglas ... 
IDANCER, L/Cpl. Luke 
f DAVENPORT, Cyril Robert 

DAY, Arthur Percival 
IELLETT, Sgt. Harold Picton 

ELLIS, CSM Austin Dennie 
f ENGLISH, CQMS Alfred Cecil 

FRANKLIN-ADAMS, CSM Bernard I. 

GAMBLE, Sgt. David Bertram 
fGoACHER, Sgt. Frederick ... 

HANBURY, Sgt. Frederick Capel ... 
fHEMiNG, Cpl. Percy 

HOATHER, RSM William Henry ... 
fHoLLAND, L/Cpl. Arthur Leslie ... 
fHowE, Cpl. Arnold Ewart 
f JONES, Sgt. Owen Edward 
fLAURENT, Henry Fraser ... 
ILiGHTFOOT, Sgt. Francis Bertram 

MAINWARING, Ernest Charles 

MORISON, Roderick Henry 
fNoTT, Sgt. Donald George 
tOwEN, L/Cpl. Phillip Henry A. ... 
fPARK, Sgt. Charles Allen Roberson 
JPATERSON, George 
fREAD, Arthur Bellamy Holditch ... 
fRECKiN, Sgt. Gustav 

Russ, Sgt. Oswald Harraway 
ISALISBURY, Sgt. Walter Frederick 
ISEABROOK, Arthur Davenport ... 
tSHARVELL, George William Charles 
tSiLCOCK, Cpl. Francis Howard ... 
tSouTHWELL, Cpl. Stedman Alec ... 
ISTEPHENSON, Sgt. Cyril ... 
ISTEPHENSON, Cpl. Geoffrey Langton 

THOMAS, Anthony James ... 
IWANOSTROCHT, L/Cpl. Dudley V. 

WILLIAMS, Graeme Douglas 
fWooDROFFE, Cpl. Geoffrey Edward 
, John 



i/ 3/17 

3/11/16 

i i/ 2/17 

5/10/16 

37 3/i9 

24/ 5/iS 

28/11/17 

2 9 / 5/18 

IS/ 7/i7 
i 9 / 1/17 
5/10/16 
5/10/16 
i6/ 9/16 
5/10/16 
26/ 4/17 
26/ 9/16 
12/11/18 
*5/ 7/17 



Lieut, 

Lieut. (R.F.C.} Wounded 15/11/17 

Lieut. 

Capt. \slO.C.B. IB 

D.C.M. 

Lieut. 

Wounded -I $l\% 
Wounded 9/10/18 
Lieut. 

Lieut. Wounded 29/3/18 
Lieut. 

Meda/R.v.o. Killed in action 30/1 2/1 7 
J/tf/V. To R.E.(I. W.T.) m 
Lieut. 
Capt. * 
71; 



io/ 7/16 
i9/ 7/16 
29 / 5/18 
24/10/16 
18/11/17 
28/11/17 
5/10/16 
4/ 3/19 
/ 4/17 
28/11/17 
12/11/18 
30/10/17 

2 5/ i/i7 
5/10/16 

29 / 5/18 



Lieut. \$IO.C.B. * ?</. 15/1/18 
Killed in action 30/10/17 
Lieut. 

Wounded 9/10/18 
Killed in action 30/1 2/17 
Lieut. 

Lieut. To Guards M/G Regt. 
Lieut. \$IO.C,B. 
Wounded 30/12/17 
Prisoner of war 30/12/17 HI 



Lieut. Died of wounds 30/12/17 



28/1 V/ 1 7 w. & P/ ^24/3/1 8 7J? O.C. Depot 
28/11/17 Wounded 10/9/18 

3/ 3/i9 

i5/ 7/16 Lieut. Wounded 4/4/18 
12/11/18 

28/11/17 Wounded 31/5/18 
18/11/17 

io/ 7/16 Lieut. To Tank Corps w. 12/11/17 
IS/ 3/i9 

i7/ 3/i9 
4/ 2/19 



OFFICERS OF THE ARTISTS' RIFLES. 



760303 tCHANDLER, William Frank ... 4/ 3/19 

763495 IELKINS, L/Cpl. Alfred James ... 3/2/19 

764494 t HARRISON, Samuel Percival ... 17/3/19 

762835 IRELAND, John Watson 3/ 2/19 

763976 tKNOTT, Harold i-j/ 3/19 

768547 LEWIS, L/Cpl. Mervin iy/ 3/19 

670064 ^NEWBERRY, Cpl. Henry Sidney ... 5/ 3/19 

4715 NOEL, L/Cpl. Gerald Hamlyn ... 4/2/19 

767284 NORTH, William Leslie 6/ 2/19 

760573 SMALL, Sgt. Ernest Victor ... 3/ 2/19 

767019 STEEN, John Dunbar ... ... 5/ 2/19 

M/2 955342 IANDREW, Lionel Ensor .,. 27/ 2/18 From R.A.S.C. Wounded 9/10/18 
M/2 151263 IBECKE, Harry Reginald ... 27/ 2/18 ,, ,, 

S/ 34378 tGosNELL, Cpl. Vernon Clifford 25/ 9/18 From R.F.C. 
34283 WALTON, Cpl. Thos. Eric Leslie 3/ 2/19 

(iii.) Retired members rejoined as Officers after Mobilization. 

HORSLEY, Lt.-Col. (Hon. Col.) Walter 6/9/142 Lt.-Col.: <9/C2/ 2 8 6- lo^P.B. 

Charles V.D. p.s. Town- Major, Englebelmer. HI 

BLOMFIELD, Capt. Charles J., T.D./.J. ... 9/11/14 Major. 0\C A.C.: O\C Depot I 

BLUNDELL, Lieut. Alfred Herbert/.*. ... 7/ 9/14 2,3 Major. 2 ijc i^O.C.B. IK 
WOSTER, Lieut. Edward Charles p.s. ... 19/10/142 Capt. Employed Commd. Depot 

FURZE, Sgt. Gordon 23/ 4/15 3 Capt. To Coldst. Gds. S/a/- 

Capt. 2\ Guards Bde. & 

ULEFROY, Sgt. Tracy Edward 26/11/14 2,3 Major 2 i/t 8/7?. Warwick 

Killed in action 5/12/17 ^6(2) 
LEIGH-BENNETT, Pte. E. P. 31/10/14 Capt. Seconded M.B.E. H)(2) 

MOORE, Pte. Leonard P. ... ... ... 21/12/15 3 Lieut. HI 

SELFE, Lieut. Arthur Edward Ferrour/..y. 7/ 9/14 1,2 Capt. To ^Bedfd. To Coldst. 

Gds. * w. 31/7/17,27/11/17 
SPENS, Archibald Hope ... ... ... 19/12/16 3 Lieut. 

TURNER, Charles William is/ 7/17 3 Lieut. 

VESEY, Sgt. Harold Guillaume 25/ i/i6j Capt. Employed Min. of Mun. 

(iv.) Retired Officers of other Regiments gazetted after Mobilization. 

^SHIRLEY, Lt.-Col. William (Indian Army) 28/ 9/14 2, 3 Lt.-Col. CjO 3/28 &* 15/0. C.B. 

[C.M.G. HI 

, Major Sir Richard N., Bart. i2/ 2/15 3 Major 
(Hon. Lt, in Army] p.s. 



OFFICERS OF THE ARTISTS' RIFLES. o lla 

(v.) Officers transferred or attached after Mobilization. 

T J/ 28 ' [C.M.O. I 

HARINGTON, Lt.-Col. John, 3/Rifle Brigade, D.S.O. ... (O/C JVw./ij-fan./i8) Brig-GenL ] 
JOHNSON, Lt.-Col. Francis Shand Byam, i/R. r^ 

Lancaster (QIC Jan.-MayjiZ) D.S.O. w.-fsji 

WILKINSON, Lt.-Col. Herbert Gordon, 5/London ... (O/C May-Aug.ji&) w. 23/8/18 

LEGG, Major John Francis, 5/London (OCj Aug.-Sept.]\^) zijc Sept.j i&- 

GOLDTHORP, Lt.-Col. Robert Reward, 4/W. Riding (OjC Seff./iS-fet./iq) D.S.O. Tfo 

BRACEY, Major Geoffrey John, 5/Norfolk 2 ijc 1918 

CLUTTERBUCK, Major Noel S., R.M.L.I., D.S.O. ... 

l.ATHOM.Major Forbes Wm. Farquhar,2/Bedford, M.c. Wounded 23/3/18 

From 5/London. 

ADDISON, 2/Lt. Vivian 

BRODIE, 2/Lt. Cyril Frederick Clements Wounded 20/4/18 

FURZE, Capt. Claude Killed in action 5/4/18 

GORE, 2/Lt. Walter 

HELM, 2/Lt. Cecil 

HIGGS, 2/Lt. Harry Leonard ... ... ... Killed in action 27/3/18 

HUMMERSTONE, 2/Lt. Laurance George ... ... To R.A.F. -/i/i8 

KITCHING, Capt. Geoffrey Charles ... ... ... Prisoner of war 24/3/18 

LINTOTT, 2/Lt. Henry Chamen ... ... ... Killtd in action 21/3/18 

MOORE, Capt. Ernest George ... ... ... Wounded 21/8/18 

MORRIS, 2/Lt. John Harold ... ... ... Wounded 27/9/18 

NEWELL, a/Lt. Francis Alister ... ... ... Killed in action 24/3/18 

PETLEY, Lieut. Reginald Edmund, M.c. ... ... Prisoner of war 24/3/18 

PIGGOTT, 2/Lt. John ... ... ... ... Wounded 22/3/18 

REEVE, 2/Lt George Robey, M.C. ... 

SAMPSON, z/Lt. Horace William ... ... ... Killed in action -/5/i8 

WILLIAMSON, Lieut. Frank ... ... ... ... Killed in action 24/3/18 

YOUNG, 2/Lt. Alan Catchpool ... ... ... Killed in action 24/3/18 

From 6/London 

JONES, 2/Lt. Stanley Goring 

From 7/London 

BEAVAN, Lieut. Robert William 
CHANDLER, 2/Lt. George Hammond 

HEWSON, 2/Lt. Stanley Barton To T.M.B. 

SMITH, 2/Lt. Claude Douglas 

TAYLOR, 2/Lt. E. G. L. ... ... Wounded 27/9/18 

VAN COLLER, Lieut. Louis ... 

From S/London. 

CARMALT, 2/Lt. Herbert Edward ... 

RICHARDSON, 2/Lt. Arthur George ... ... ... Wounded 

VENABLES, 2/Lt. Alexander Lones ... 

From 9/London. 

HIBBARD, 2/Lt. Hamilton Edgar, D.C.M. ... ... %< To R.A.F. 

PRIEST, 2/Lt. Clements Edward ... :.. ... 



312 



OFFICERS OF THE ARTISTS' RIFLES. 



From 10/London. 

BATZER, 2/Lt. Roland John 
CONWAY, 2/Lt. Francis Henry 
COOPER, 2/Lt. John Frederick 
DAVIS, 2/Lt. George 
ELLIOTT, 2/Lt. Alfred Ernest Thomas 
GARDNER, 2/Lt. E. M. 
GARDNER, 2/Lt. James William 
GIBBS, 2/Lt. Eric Noel 
JACKSON, 2/Lt. Arthur Frederick ... 
KING, 2/Lt. Hubert Weston 
MACNAUGHTON, 2/Lt. Algernon 
PAVEY, 2/Lt. Phillip Robert Vernon 
PERROTT, 2/Lt. Eustace Stroud 
REID, 2/Lt. Algernon Frederick 

From 16/London. 

CHESTER, 2/Lt. Harold Stuart 
CONNOLLY, 2/Lt. Francis John 
ELPHICK, 2/Lt. Harold George Thorp 
FARRINGTON, 2/Lt. Frederick Victor 
LEIGHTON, 2/Lt. William James Cuthbert 
McKiNLEY, Lieut. Charles ... 
MITCHELL, 2/Lt. T. P. 
NORFOLK, 2/Lt. William John Alfred 
NORMAN, 2/Lt. Reginald Cecil 

From 17/London. 

DRIVER, 2/Lt. Horace Owen 
JOHNSON, 2/Lt. George 

From 21 /London. 

BLANCHARD, 2/Lt. Henry Claude Allan 

From Royal Air Force. 

YEABSLEY, 2/Lt. Gilbert Valentine ... 

From R.M.L.I. 

STOCKS, 2/Lt. A. F. ... 

From 6/ Royal West Kent 

CLARIDGE, 2/Lt. William Stanley ... 
MALPASS, Capt. Charles Edward ... 

From 10/South Wales Borderers. 
ASHFORD, 2/Lt. Stanley Rust 

EAMES, 2/Lt. Frank 

EVE, 2/Lt. Victor Leonard ... 

HERMELIN, Capt. Alec 

MORGAN, 2/Lt. Reginald Samuel Leigh 
PITTEN, 2/Lt. William Howell 



Wounded 27 /8/i8 



Killed in action 27/9/18 
To T.M.B. 



Killed^ in action 10/11/18 
Killed in act inn -/io/i8 

Wounded *R 



Wounded 27/9/18 



Wounded 



Transport Officer 



Killed in action i o / i o/ 1 8 



Wounded 

To RA.F. * 

Wounded 22/8/18 

To T.M.B. 



OFFICERS OF THE ARTISTS' RIFLES. 



3 I2a 



Attached to 3/28. 

SHAW, Lt.-Col. Edward St. Lawrence, i /East Surrey QIC i^O.C.B. 
BEETON, Major E. C. ... i/R. Sussex To Brigade-Major 

CASSERLY, Major J. H. G. ... Indian Army 71? Brigade-Major 

AYTON, Lieut. M. C., M.C. ... ... ... .^/Suffolk 

CLAY, Capt. R. R., M.C. ... ... ... Hants Yeomanry 

CHAPLIN, Lieut. L. F. C. ... ... ... i/Gloucester 

COOPER, Capt. A. E. ... ... ... From T.F. Reserve 

EVANS, Lieut. H. K. ... ... ... 4/Wilts. 

FRANKLIN, Lieut. H., M.C. ... ... ... i/Manchester 

GATES, Capt. P. H. ... ... ... z/Lincoln Regt. 

GUTHRIE, Lieut. L. R. ... ... ... From T.F. Reserve 

MALTBY, Lieut. R. A. L. ... ... ... i/Durham L.I. 

MYERS, Capt. W. ... ... ... ... IQ/ Manchester 

PEACH, Capt. C. S. ... ... ... ... From T.F. Reserve 

TUCK, Capt. N, J. ... ... ... ... i/Norfolk 

UNDERWOOD, Lieut. C. H. ... ... ... i7/London 

WHITE, Capt. J. D.,D.S.O., M.C... . .:. ... 8/Middlesex 

Royal Army Medical Corps : attached. 

DAVIS, Capt. Haldin ... ... ... ... 3 

FINLAY, Capt. Gilbert Laurig Kerr ... ... I 

GOODBODY, Capt. Francis Woodcock ... ... 2,j 

GREEN, Capt. H. Melvill .... ... ... 3 

LAWSON, Major George Langrigg Leathes ... 3 

MATTHEW, Capt. David ... ... . .. i <% 

NELSON, Capt. William Percival ... ... i *& 

Nix, Capt. Sydney ... ... ... ... 3 

^"RiCKETTs, Capt. Arthur, C.M.G. (Hon. 

Captain in Army 7/2/03) ... ... ... 3 

Dow, Lieut. ... ... ... ... i M.O. Reserve Corps (U.S. Army) 

Goos, Lieut. ... ... ... ... i 

VINEYARD, Lieut. ... ... .. ... i 

Royal Army Chaplains' Department : attached. 

CURTIS, Capt. Rev. H. ... ... ... 3 

DAVEY, Capt. Rev. George L. ... ... ... 3 

DICKINSON, Capt. Rev. Harry ... ... i Assist. Chaplain G.H.Q. Killed 

in action 30/10/17 

NEWPORT, Capt. Rev. H. ... ... ... i 

ROBINSON, Capt. Rev. Basil Cautley ... ... i 



G-H-Q. MACHINE-GUN SCHOOL 

(IN FRANCE). 



Artists' N.C.O.'s and Men appointed Sergeant-Instructors. 



BAGGALLAY, Geoffrey Thomas ... 28/12/14 

BATH, Frederick Nathaniel ... 14/12/14 

BAX, Edwin George Goodson ... 14/12/14 

BAX, William Molyneux ... ... i?/ 3/15 

BELCHAMBER, Douglas Foster ... 14/12/14 

BROCKMAN, Frank George ... 4/4/15 

CARPENTER, Cpl. Alec Edward ... 28/12/14 

CLARK, Ronald Boyd ... ... 14/12/14 

CLAUSEN, George Frederick ... 28/12/14 

COOPER, Sidney Walter 28/12/14 

DAVIES, Glyndn Rhys ... *. 27/7/15 
DICKSEE, Harold John Hugh ... . 14/12/14 

DOLL, Peter John 22/ 7/15 

DOUGLAS, Arthur Herbert ... 14/12/14 

FELLOWS, Lancelot Dermond ... i7/ 3/15 

FICKLIN, Alfred Hildyard ... 17/3/15 

FLETCHER, L/Cpl. Ralph Belward 27) 4/15 

FLETCHER, Robert Combe ... 27/4/15 

FOSKETT, Arthur Sefton ... .... 14/12/14 

GILL, Rowland Roy 27/ 4/15 

GOULD, James Robertson S. ... 28/12/14 

GRICE, Algar Norman ... ... i7/ 3/15 

GRIFFITH, Frank Stanley 14/12/14 

HARPER, Hubert Harry i-jf 3/15 

HOPKINS, George Henry Stanton ij/ 3/15 
JUDD, Frederick George ... ......14/12/14. 

JUPP A, Cecil Lewis William ... n/ 1/15 

JUNGUIS, Ernest James Theodore 4/ 4/15 

LEE, L/Cpl. Joseph ... ... 14/12/14 

LEIGHTON, William 14/12/14 

MARSHALL, Oscar Fuller Ben ... 14/12/14 

MILLEN, Alfred Dyson .. ... 27/ 4/15 

MILLS, Henry Jackson ... ... 14/12/14 

NEALE, Geoffrey Brockman ... 17/3/15 

OAKESHOTT, Harold Alan "27; 4/15 

ORTON*, Ernest Henry ... ... 14/12/14 

PAGE, L/Cpl. Harold Thomas ... 4/ 4/15 

PALMER, William 27) 4/15 

ROGERS, George Robert 30 / 8/15 



To 2 ILL i j Welch Regt. 

To2lLt.M.G.C. 

To 2 jLt. M.G.C. 

I.S. M.S.M. HI 

To 2JLt. M.G.C. 

To 2 jLt. R.A.F. 

To 2 ILL i/ West Kent Regt. 

TosjLt. R.A.S.C. 

TO 2 ILL M.G.C. 
To 2 ILL R.F.A. ; 

To 2JLL R.A.F. 
To 2ILL R.A.F. 

TO 2 ILL M.G.C. 



TO 2 ILL M.G.C. 
TO 2 ILL R.A.S.C. 

To 2 ILL 2 1 Middlesex 
To 2/Lf. R.E. 
To 2 ILL M.G.C. 

To 2 ILL M.G.C. 



To 2 ILL 2 j Dublin Fusiliers 
To 2 ILt. I/Bedford 



To 2 ILL 1 1 Yorkshire L.f. 
To Army Chaplain 
To 2ILL i] Middlesex 

To 2JLL R.A.F. 

To 2 ILL M.G.C. 

To 2 ILL Scottish Rifles 

TO 2 ILL M.G.C. 

TO 2 ILL i Suffb/k & M.G.C. 



G-H-Q. MACHINE-GUN SCHOOL. 



1649 


ROPER, Bevil William 


28/12/14 


516 


SAMSON, Cpl. Alfred Joseph 


"/ 1/15 


4136 


SAMSON, Thomas Frederick 


io/ 8/15 


763 


SHEEHAN, L/Cpl. Frank George Edw. 


14/12/14 To 2JLt. Motor M/G Service 


1019 


SHERLOCK, Gerald 


4/ 4/15 


2972 


SLOAN, James William Jeffreys 


27/ 4/15 To 2\Lt. M.G.C. 


1249 


STEER, Wilfred .. 


n 1 1/15 To 2/Lt. R.A.F. 


1093 


SUGGATE, William Allen 


28/12/14 To 2JLt. M.G.C. 


1177 


TUCKER, Norman Poulter 


28/12/14 To 2/Z/. 2J Cameron Highlanders 


1377 


Voss, Gordon Phillips 


1 1/ 1/15 To 2JLt. Motor M/G Service 


J345 


WHITAKER, Bernard Joseph G. 


28/12/14 To 2 ]U. 2! West Riding Regt. 


143? 


WITT, Cyril Tansley 


22/ 4/15 


1651 


YOUNG, Henry Harman 


14/12/14 To 2JLf. 3/ 'Royal Fusiliers 


1975 


ATHOL, Charles Colborn 


24/ 8/15 To 2JLt. M.G.C. 


1762 


BAGLEY, Ernest Gordon 


7/ 8/15 


887 


BARKER, Reginald Jack ... 


24/ 8/15 


1611 


BARNETT, Harold Andrew 


25/ 8/15 To 2JLf. R.A.S.C. 


2269 


BOLTER, Charles Albert 


7/ 8/15 To2/Lf. M.G.C. 


1505 


BULPITT, L/Cpl. James 


8/10/15 To 2JLt. M.G.C. 


2 3!3 


BURROW, L/Cpl. Archibald Charles 


24/ 8/15 


1850 


BUTTERICK, Frank 


24/ 8/15 


349 


DANGERFIELD, Richard James 


7/ 8/15 


2251 


DAY, George Hague John ... 


24/ 8/15 To 2lLt. Royal Fusiliers 


2532 


DEW, Archibald Henry Everrett ... 


24/ 8/15 


1940 


EASTHAUGH, Charles James 


7/ 8/15 To 2/Lt. R.A.F. 


2177 


FARROW, George Harold ... 


24/ 8/15 To 2\Lt. M.G.C. 


200 


GROOM, William Owen 


24/ 8/15 


2004 


HOWARD, Frederick Charles 


7/ 8/15 To2jLt. M.G.C. 


420 


INGALL, Harold Elfric 


ll 8/15 


2331 


JACKSON, Arthur Stanley ... 


8/10/15 


2 959 


JUKES, L/Cpl. Sidney Clapham ... 


24/ 8/15 


1923 


KILNER, Sidney Arthur 


24/ 8/15 


"73 


LANCE, Frederick Percival 


24/ 8/15 


2650 


LEWINGTON, Charles 


24/ 8/15 To 2/Lf. M.G.C. 


1395 


PARSONS, Cpl. George Mernard ... 


24) 8/15 


2981 


SELFE, Cpl. Leonard Pelham 


24 / 8/15 


2776 


SLOAN, Charles Hannington 


ig/ 6/15 To 2 /Li. M.G.C 


1811 


SMYLY, Cecil Ferguson 


2 4 / 8/I 5 


1920 


STANWAY, Eric Adrian 


ll 8/15 


2O2I 


STAPLES, Hugh Whittaker 


8/10/15 


2785 


STEWART, James Douglas ... 


24/ 8/15 


J 957 


STOCK, Ernest Thomas 


24/ 8/15 


2767 


TOOTHILL, John Cedric Penman . 


ll 8/15 


i39i 


WILLIAMSON, James Alexander ... 


24/ 8/15 


1425 


WILLIS, Ambrose Baldwin 


2 4 / 8/15 


US- 


WOODS, Cpl. Arthur Vere Roleston 


11/10/15 



3J.4 



G-H-Q. MACHINE-GUN SCHOOL. 



760485 ADAMS, Arthur Cyril Killed in action -/3/i8 

760328 AUSTIN, Maurice Gerald ... ... 

2737 BACK, Albert Frederick 

2382 BATHURST, Charles John 

768558 BUTLER, Edward Lindived ... 

873 CAMP, Alfred Fisher To 2JLt. Unattached List T.F. \ 

1685 CLAYTON, Alfred Hughes [i8/6/i8[ 

4358 DEW, Wallace Browning 

5171 EGERTON, Roland Harding 

3530 FOSKETT, Henry Horan To 2JLt. M.G.C. 26/7/17 

1894 FRANGHAIDI, Geo. Paul 

5620 GIBBONS, James 

5689 GILLEY, James 

6760 GILLGRASS, Alfred 

5756 GLEN, Vuran 

3154 GIBBONS, James Francis 

6381 GRIERSON, Richard Henry Frederick ... 

3338 HOLMES, John Maurice ... ... ... To 2\Lt. Tank Corps 27/7/17 

6110 LEEDING, William Joseph 

1865 MOULD, Ronald ... ... ... ... To 2JLt. Tank Corps 26/4/17 

2386 MOYLAN-JONES, Reginald Arthur Withers 

3476 O'REGAN, Alphonsus John ... To 2JLt. M.G.C. 26/8/17 

6021 PARKES, Norman Eric ... 

7186 PARKIN, John Austin 

763978 POWELL, John Henry ... 

6718 PROUDFOOT, Alexander 

3019 PRYKE, Alfred William 

2870 RYLANDS, Eric Gland To 2JLf. R.F.C. 19/4/17 

5712 SCOTT, Reginald P 

7495 SMITH, James Percy 

7645 SMITH, John Poole 

2901 STONE, Percy Ray 

2953 TUBES, Sgt. William Edward ... To 2/Lf. Tank Corps 19/12/17 

1699 WEBB, Edgar Oliver To 2[Lt. M.G.C. 26/4/17 

761788 WEBSTER, William John 

1939 WHEELER, Arthur Gilbert .-. 



557 

995 

2338 



CHELSEA SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTION. 

IRWIN, CSM Hugh Gourlay .,, 26/11/15 M\G Instructor 



HOLGATE, Sgt. Basil 
NICHOLLS, Sgt. William Ewart 



-I 3/i fi 



THE MANCHESTER REGIMENT. 



315 



Regular Battalions (Nos. 1 & 2). 



1602 
1410 

763881 

2927 

764052 



3902 

3557 
3121 

3775 

761853 

7532 
766185 

2841 
762995 
762668 
7 6 5403 
764563 

739 

7987 
765406 

7392 

764106 

6859 



1278 
4114 

3875 
476o 

379 
3*49 
4i5 2 
47-8 
1656 

3757 

475 2 
4078 



ROBINSON, Arthur Hine 
WILLIAMSON-JONES, Clarence E. 

GALLAGHER, Charles Francis 
GOODING, Hector Ernest 
WILCOCK, Harold 



( 63rd Foot 
I 96th Foot 

2nd Lieut. 

... 20/ 3/15 i Lieut. Killed in action 26/4/15 
... 2o/ 3/15 i Lieut. (fi.A.F.)v.F.c. w. 27/4/15 

27/ 6/17 (7) 

... I2/II/I6 2 
... 27/ 6/17 (Q) 



Special Reserve Battalions (Nos. 3 & 4). 



DUNCAN, Alexander ... 
HOWARD, William Edward ... 
MOORE, Francis Skinner 
TOWERS, Wilfrid Goodwin ... 

CLARKE, John William 

DALE, Austin Frederick 

DAVIS, Philip Henry Hatton 

FARADAY, Lawrence Baumer 

KENT, Percy Edward Albert 

MOORE, Robert Clarke 

PARKHURST, George Henry 

PRIME, Arnold 

RATHBONE, Leonard 

SANT, Ronald 

SMITH, Donovan Richardson McC. 

SPENCER, Richard Austin ... 

SPENCER, William 

STOTT, Walter Goodwin 



21/10/15 4 Lieut. To M.G.C. w. 1/9/16 
24/ 7/15 4 To M.G.C. 
24/ 7/15 4 Lieut. To M.G.C. 
21/10/15 4 Killed in action 2/4/17 

20/12/17 

2 6/ 1/17 

i/ 5/'8 

26/ 1/17 

29/ 3/17 

2 6/ 4/17 

I/ 8/17 

2 9 / 8/I 7 
22/II/I6 
I9/I2/I6 
I/ 8/I 7 
22/II/I6 

27/ 6/17 
26/ 9/1 6 



4(22} Wounded 14/4/17 HI 

4 

3 Died of wounds 9/11/18 

4(10) 

3(2} 

4 

3 (8/Worc.) Killed in action 3/6/18 

4 Killed in action 21/3/18 
4(17} Prisoner of war 14/6/18 
4 Lieut. Wounded ^li I \i 

4 (il\Vorc.} DIW 27/5/18 
4 Lieut. (R.F.C.) 

3 

4 (i5/ Cheshire) KfA 19/9/18 



Territorial Battalions (No. 5 to 10). 



ATKIN, L/Cpl. Heriot Duckworth ... 2/12/15 

BAIRD, Stuart ... ... 4/8/15 

BATE, Herbert Rowland ... ... 16/12/15 

BATEMAN, John William ... ... 2/12/15 

BRIGGS, Herbert Bradley ... ... i/ 6/16 

CHAPLIN, Sydney Stranger ... ... 20/11/15 

COLLINS, Stanley Thomas ... ... 2/12/15 

COPE, Gerald Quin 16/12/15 

CRAMPTON, L/Cpl. Hubert ... ... 2/6/16 

DALE, Robert Jacomb Norris ... 18/6/15 

DEIGHTON, L/Cpl. Ralph Hugh ... 7/ 2/15 

DORAN, Thomas Arthur ... ... 2/6/16 

DOWNER, Frederick ... ... ; ... 11/12/15 



5 Prisoner of war 25/4/18 
10(11} Lieut. 

6 Lieut. * 

j" Lieut. Wounded 24/4/17 
5 Lieut. Wounded 17/9/18 
^ Lieut. Killed in action 21/3/18 

8 Lieut. 

9 Died of wounds 24/5/17 

5 Lieut. To 6 J 'Gloucester * 
9 (R. F. C.} Killed in action 31/1/1 8 
5 Lieut. (Tank Corps) 
5 (R.A.F.] Pilot Officer 
Lieut. 



MANCHESTER REGIMENT (T/F) 



3800 FEARNE, Sidney ... ... ... 2/12/15 

4701 FOSTER, William Arthur ... ... i/ 6/16 

3904 GREGG, Reginald Arthur ... ... 19/12/15 

3537 HALLETT, Lawrence 2/12/15 

3933 HAWKINS, L/Cpl. Bertram Lewis ... 2/12/15 

3715 HAYDOCK-WILSON, Hugh ... ... 2/12/15 

3844 HENSON, Eric Dwight ... ... 21/12/15 

4198 HOAL, Edward Gormer ... ... 6/12/15 

4297 HOBROUGH, Francis Richard ... 16/12/15 

3863 HOLDAWAY, Neville Aldridge ... 6/12/15 

2797 HORNABROOK, Alan Wiseman -... 4/ 3/15 

3821 JACKMAN, Reginald James ... ... 11/12/15 

473 1 JUBB, Norris ... ... ... ... 3i/ 5/16 

355 J upp John Morton Scott ... ... 2/12/15 

3726 LAUDER, Douglas Munro ... ... 2/1/16 

3793 MACDONALD, Alan Leslie ... ... 20/11/15 

3650 MlLNE-RoBERTSON, W. MerCCt ... 2/11/15 

4479 NEWTH, Robert Charles ... ... 2/ 6/16 

3836 NEWTON, Cuthbert Raymond ... 6/12/15 

4721 OGDEN, Frederick William ... 3/ 6/16 

3911 OGDEN, William Edward ... ... 11/12/15 

4193 OLIVER, Herbert William 11/12/15 

4080 O'SHAUGHNESSY-LEVY, R. Percy ... 19/12/15 

4756 OWEN, Wilfred Edward Salter ... 2/6/16 

539 PEARCE, Geoffrey Owens ... ... 29! 4/15 

4132 PHILLIPOWSKY, Ivan Ritchie ... 7/12/15 
3771 PITT, Benno Ormangardo ... 2/12/15 

4144 PRIESTLY, Henry 7/12/15 

4076 REEVE, Garnet Norman Bray ... 16/12/15 

4304 SALTER, Leonard E. ... ...10/1/16 

5321 SHAW, Eric William ... ... 22/ 6/16 

3867 SMITH, Rowland Arthur 2/12/15 

4032 SOULSBY, Edward Dodds 11/12/15 

3697 SPINK, L/Cpl. Leonard Robert ... 7/12/15 

3868 STRAFFORD, Clement Arnold S. ... 2/12/15 

4133 THORNTON, Reginald Arthur ... i8/ 1/16 
3645 THOROGOOD, Edward Linford ... 2/12/15 
4520 TOLLETT, George William ... 2/6/16 
3795 URIE, William Alexander Elliott ... 2/2/15 
4169 WILSON, L/Cpl. Leonard Archibald 16/12/15 

6611 ALLMEY, Reginald Frederick ... 26/*9/i6 5 

761196 AINSWORTH, Herbert Green ... 24/6/17 o 

764410 ANDREW, Frank Douglas 22) 8/17 7 

763904 AVINS, William Wyatt 27/6/17 9 

6536 BARTRAM, George Alfred 16/9/17 9 

762949 BAXTER, Gerald William 28/3/17/0 

764131 CARMICHAEL, Gilbert 3i/ 7/17 io 



Wounded 7/10/17 



io Lieut. 
5 Lieut. 
3 Lieut. 
8 Lieut. 
3(1} Lieut. 
Lieut. Wounded 26/10/17 

(M.G.C.) 
ft 

(Tank Corps] 

ft 



5 Lieut. 
8 Capt. 
8 Lieut, 
8 Litut. 
5 L*,.ut. 
3 Lieut. 
S Lieut. 

io Capt. 3? w. 27/4/18 IB 
8 Lieut. 

8 Killed in action 19/5/17 
S Lieut. (M.G.C.} 

io Lieut. 
S To Min. of Labour 

5 

5(18) Capt. ft Wounded 13/5/18 

5 

j Capt. ft KfA 4/11/18 

5 Lieut. 

7 

9 Lieut. (2nd. Army] 

7 Lieut. 

9 w . 24/10/17, 3/8/18 K\A 1/9/18 

8 Lieut. (M.G.C.} w. 26/10/17 
7 Lieut. 

io Lt. (sJLancs. Pus.} w. 11/8/17,) 
S Lieut. [12/7/18, 28/1 i/i 8[ 

9 Lieut. (M.G.C.} 

5 Lieut. 

6 Lieut. Prisoner of war 



JO Lieut. Prisoner of war 
5 Lieut. Wounded 2 8/6/1 8 
d Lieut. 



Wounded 7/2/17 
Killed in action 9/10/17 
Dj W while Pj W 4/4/18 

(M.G.C.} 

Wounded 4/6/ 1 7 KjA 9/10/17 
Killed in action 21/3/18 



MANCHESTER REGIMENT (T/F). 



317 



762824 


CHAPMAN, Henry Randal 


2 8/ 3/1? 10 Killed in action 9/10/17 


6197 


CHAPMAN, Walter 


n/ 7/16 10 


5461 


CHURCH, Thomas Edgar 


1 1/ 7/16 10 


6864 


COKE, Henry Manners 


i i/ 7/16 10 


763727 


DAWSON, Gilbert James Cameron ... 


25/ 9/i7 9 


763878 


ELLISON, Harold 


3/ 5/ J 7 5 Prisoner of war 3/5/18 


6699 


GILLIATT, Robert Vincent ... 


1 1/ 7/16 10 Lieut, w. 18/8/17 P\W &) 


762721 


GOUGH, James Alexander ... 


2 5/ 9/ 1 ? IO [Died of wounds 25/5/1 8 \ 


763578 


GRAY, John Alan 


2 5/ 9/!7 10 


6762 


HARGREAVES, Rowland 


26/9/16 j Lieut. 


4533 


HIGGINS, L/Cpl. Edward 


5/9/16 5 Lieut. 


5407 


HORNABROOK, Edward Mersham ... 


1 1/ 7/16 j" Lieut. 


762577 


HUDSON, Horace Sayer 


2/ 8/I 7 


762372 


HULL, Gerald Victor 


3 1/ 7/17 g Capt. Wounded 10/10/18 


765177 


JONES, Robert Edward 


30/1/18 6 Wounded \ 2 1%\\% 


4670 


LEWIS, David Hid 


1 1/ 7/1 6 10 Lieut. 


6068 


LOFTHOUSE, Charles Thornton 


1 1/ 7/16 7 Lieut. 


54ii 


LOWE, Samuel Thomason ... 


1 1/ 7/1 6 10 Lieut. 


4709 


NICHOLSON, Thomas 


1 1/ 7/1 6 5 Prisoner oj war 8/7/18 


4268 


REEDER, Robert 


1 1/ 7/1 6 10 Killed in action 6/1/18 


763404 


ROBSON, Frederick Josiah ... 


26/ 4/17 8 Wounded 5r P\ W 13/8/18 


763411 


SMITH, Walter Bernard 


2 6/ 4/17 7 


6912 


SMITH, William Proctor 


26/9/16 3 Lieut. 


764348 


SPREADBURY, Harold Vernon 


3i/ 7/17 10 Wounded 6/6/ r 8 


763413 


STONE, Hugh William 


i3/ 5/ 1 ? 5 


4597 


TAUTZ, Reginald Hugh 


8/ 7/16 10 Capt. * w. 2/10/17, 21/6/18 


763213 


TAYLOR, Charles William Brooke ... 


i6/ 6/17 5 


764512