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THE WAR LIST OF THE 
UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE 

19141918 



CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 

C. F. CLAY, MANAGER 
LONDON : FETTER LANE, E. C. 4 

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Jnw 

THE WAR LIST 

OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE 

1914-1918 

EDITED BY 

G. V. CAREY, M.A. 

FELLOW OF CLARE COLLEGE 
LATE MAJOR, RIFLE BRIGADE AND ROYAL AIR FORCE 




CAMBRIDGE 

AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS 

1921 



CONTENTS 

PAGE 

INTRODUCTION vii 

LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS xi 

CHRIST'S COLLEGE i 

CLARE COLLEGE 27 

CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE .... 62 

DOWNING COLLEGE 73 

EMMANUEL COLLEGE 85 

GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE . . .117 

JESUS COLLEGE 163 

KING'S COLLEGE .191 

MAGDALENE COLLEGE 219 

PEMBROKE COLLEGE 233 

PETERHOUSE 281 

QUEENS' COLLEGE 291 

ST CATHARINE'S COLLEGE . . . .307 

ST JOHN'S COLLEGE .318 

SIDNEY SUSSEX COLLEGE . . . .347 

TRINITY COLLEGE 359 

TRINITY HALL 481 

SELWYN COLLEGE 511 

FITZWILLIAM HALL 527 

CAVENDISH COLLEGE 536 

SUMMARY after p. 536 

INDEX . . 537 



INTRODUCTION 

DURING the late war no official record was kept by the University 
of the services of Cambridge men with the Forces. Each College 
kept touch, so far as was possible, with the doings of its past, and 
present, members; and the various College records were collated 
and supplemented in a list initiated by the Executive Committee 
of The Cambridge Review and published by them from time to 
time. This list, the seventh and last edition of which appeared in 
April 1917, while the Battle of Arras was at its height, was the 
product of the patient and arduous work of Mr J. Austin Fabb, 
printer of The Cambridge Review, and, though no edition was pub- 
lished after the date mentioned above, Mr Fabb continued his 
efforts to keep the list up to date until, in December 1919, the 
publication of an official list was undertaken by the Syndics of 
the Press. The present War List is thus founded on the invaluable 
work of Mr Fabb, and it is fitting that the first words of this 
book should be a tribute to his labours. 

But there remained much to be done. Mr Fabb had at no 
time had access to the Army List; to keep pace with the lists of 
casualties and distinctions alone was the utmost that human energy 
could compass during the war to extract the promotions daily 
announced in The London Gazette had been quite out of the 
question. It was therefore obvious in December 1919 that, if 
anything like accuracy in the mere matter of rank was to be at- 
tained, it was necessary that every name should be checked with 
the official Service lists. This has duly been done, and after a 
prolonged and painful experience of the Army List and kindred 
publications the editor finds himself, if not confident of complete 
accuracy, at any rate conscious of having made some progress 
towards it. 

There were also other problems to be tackled; and not the 
least of these were the three main questions : what, for the purposes 



viii INTRODUCTION 

of an official record, should be the definition of a Cambridge man, 
what should constitute " service," and what date should be re- 
garded as marking the end of the war? Perhaps the chief difficulty 
in compiling a work of this nature is that of dealing with " border- 
line cases." No border-line can be drawn which eliminates alto- 
gether the doubtful case, nor one which, in some of its exclusions 
and inclusions, is wholly consistent with individual justice; the 
best that can be done is to make the line as clean-cut and as 
intelligible as possible. Before deciding the principles on which 
the present list should be based, the Syndics of the Press took 
counsel with representatives of the Colleges, and a general agree- 
ment was reached. It is hoped that the following outline, in 
conjunction with the List of Abbreviations, which has been drawn 
up with an eye to a generation unfamiliar with the naval and 
military common-places of to-day, will make plain to every reader 
both the broad principles and the details of this book. 

UNIVERSITY QUALIFICATION. It was felt that, as an official record 
of the war services of Cambridge men, this list ought to include 
only those who were Cambridge men at the time of their war 
service. Thus the names of many hundreds who matriculated 
after serving in the war have been deliberately omitted, and 
residence prior to war service as a dividing-line has been closely 
adhered to, with one exception: it was decided to include those 
who had been admitted for the Michaelmas Term of 1914 and 
were prevented from coming into residence in that term only by 
the fact of having joined the Forces at the outbreak of war. 

SERVICE QUALIFICATION. Only those who served in some branch 
of His Majesty's Forces are included in this list. The Army, Navy, 
and Air Force Lists have formed the criterion throughout, though 
some latitude has been used in the case of Colonial volunteer units, 
which, though they do not appear in the Army List, in some 
instances engaged in actual fighting. This ruling necessarily ex- 
cludes the names of many who performed valuable, distinguished, 
and often dangerous services in the war; but it was felt to be the 
only principle that could afford a comparatively clear dividing-line. 

PERIOD OF SERVICE. For the purposes of this record, the war 



INTRODUCTION ix 

closes with the armistice of November i ith, 1918. No event which 
took place after that date has been recorded, except deaths caused 
by, and honours awarded for, service prior to the armistice. 

RANK. The differences between substantive, temporary, and 
acting rank became somewhat complicated, and the terms them- 
selves altered in meaning, during the war. This list therefore aims 
at giving the highest rank held for an appreciable period, irre- 
spective of its category honorary rank is the only kind that is 
specifically stated. In cases where the service included staff appoint- 
ments, the highest staff appointment attained is given. 

REGIMENT, etc. The individual career of nearly every officer 
and man in the Army included service, if not in more than one 
regiment, at least in more than one battalion of the same regiment. 
To specify each battalion was clearly impracticable; but where 
transfers to different regiments, or to different arms of the service, 
took place, they have been recorded, so far as they are known, with 
the highest rank held in each regiment or arm. The semi-colon 
is used to separate successive stages of service. 

CASUALTIES. All deaths which occurred from any cause what- 
soever during service with the Forces previous to the armistice 
are recorded with a cross against the entry. Wherever possible, the 
actual date of death is given; a date given in parentheses repre- 
sents the date of publication of the casualty list in which the death 
was announced. Deaths which have taken place since the armistice 
are not recorded, unless they were the result of wounds or other 
causes directly attributable to service prior to the armistice; in a 
few cases where death after the armistice may have been indirectly 
due to war service, a footnote has been added. 

Casualties due to gas-poisoning were, for the greater part of 
the war, included among the "wounded" in the official casualty 
lists; injuries due to accident, on the other hand, were not so 
included. The same principle has been adopted in this list. 

In cases where a " (W.) " appears against the name of one who 
died of wounds, it refers to an occasion other than that which 
resulted in death. 

HONOURS AND AWARDS. Distinctions gained for service in the 
war are shown in italics after the description of rank, regiment, etc., 



x INTRODUCTION 

and are, approximately, in order of dignity and not in the order 
in which they were gained ; pre-war distinctions are given in small 
capitals immediately after the surname and initials. 

In compiling the present list I have received assistance from 
various quarters. My thanks are due first and foremost to my 
wife, whose patient help alone enabled me to carry through the 
task of checking each entry with the Army, Navy, or Air Force 
Lists ; in the compilation of the Summary also she has borne a large 
share of the work. The Index is the work of Mr H. A. Parsons, of 
the University Press, and others of my colleagues on the staff of 
the Press have given me valuable advice and help. I am indebted 
to the Commanding Officer, the Adjutant, and the Headquarters 
staff of the Cambridge University Officers Training Corps for 
facilities readily granted to me at all times to consult their docu- 
ments ; and to the Registrar of the India Office for the loan of a 
copy of the Indian Army List. To the officials of several of the 
Colleges, whether Master, Fellow, or clerk, my acknowledgments 
are due for careful co-operation in compiling the portions of the 
book relating to their respective Colleges; and, last but not least, 
I wish to thank all those who, in answer to my appeals in the public 
press, sent me first-hand information of their services. I am only 
too conscious that, even now, this record must fall far short of 
completeness and accuracy, and I shall be grateful if those who 
discover mistakes or omissions will draw my attention to them. 
Finally, if any lover of statistics should feel tempted to test the 
accuracy of the Summary, I sincerely hope that the temptation 
may be too strong for him. 

G. V. C. 

UNIVERSITY PRESS, 
September, 1921. 



LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS 



(A.) = Aeroplane officer 

(A. and S.) = Aeroplane and Seaplane 
officer 

A.A. and Q.M.G. = Assistant Adjutant 
and Quartermaster- General 

A.A.G. = Assistant Adjutant-General 

A.B.=Able Seaman 

A.C.G. = Assistant Chaplain- General 

(Ad.) = Administrative officer 

A.D. = Assistant Director 

A.D.C. = Aide-de-Camp 

A.D.G.T. = Assistant Director- Gene- 
ral of Transportation 

Adjt. = Adjutant 

A.D .M .S . = Assistant Director of Med- 
ical Services 

A.D. O.S.= Assistant Director of Ord- 
nance Services 

A.D.S. and T. ^Assistant Director of 
Supplies and Transport 

A.F.C. =Air Force Cross 

A.I.G.T. = Assistant Inspector- Gene- 
ral of Transportation 

A.M.C. = Army Medical Corps 

A.M.L.O. = Assistant Military Landing 
Officer 

A.M.S. =Army Medical Service 

A. P.M. = Assistant Provost-Marshal 

A.Q.M.G.= Assistant Quartermaster- 
General 

attd.= attached 

Bde. = Brigade 

Bdr. = Bombardier 

Bn. = Battalion 

B.S.M.= Battery Sergeant-Major 

Bt.= Brevet 

Bty. = Battery 

Capt.= Cap tain 

C.B. = Companion of the Order of the 
Bath 

C.B .E.= Companion of the Order of 
the British Empire 

Cdr. = Commander 

C.F. = Chaplain to the Forces 

C.I.E. = Companion of the Order of 
the Indian Empire 

cmdg. = commanding 

Cmdt. = Commandant 

C.M.G. Companion of the Order of 
St Michael and St George 

Corpl. = Corporal 

Coy. = Company 

C.P.O. = Chief Petty Officer 



C.Q.M.S.= Company Quartermaster- 
Sergeant 

C.R.E. = Commanding Royal En- 
gineers 

C.S.I. = Companion of the Order of 
the Star of India 

C.S.M. = Company Sergeant-Major 

D. (in "D. of Wellington's," etc.) 
= Duke 

D.A. and Q.M.G. = Deputy Adjutant 
and Quartermaster-General 

D.A.A. and Q.M.G. ^Deputy Assis- 
tant Adjutant and Quartermaster- 
General 

D .A.A.G. = Deputy Assistant Adju- 
tant-General 

D .A. C.G.= Deputy Assistant Chap- 
lain-General 

D.A.D. = Deputy Assistant Director 

D.A.D .M.S. = Deputy Assistant Direc- 
tor of Medical Services 

D. A.D . O. S. = Deputy Assistant Direc- 
tor of Ordnance Services 

D.A.D.R.T. = Deputy Assistant Direc- 
tor of Railway Traffic 

D.A.D.S.andT.= Deputy Assistant 
Director of Supplies and Transport 

D.A.D.V.S. = Deputy Assistant Direc- 
tor of Veterinary Services 

D.A.G. = Deputy Adjutant- General 

D. A.M.S. = Deputy Assistant Military 
Secretary 

D.A.P.C.= Deputy Assistant Prin- 
cipal Chaplain 

D.A.P.M. = Deputy Assistant Provost- 
Marshal 

D.A.Q.M.G. = Deputy Assistant Quar- 
termaster- General 

D.C.M.= Distinguished Conduct 
Medal 

D.D. = Deputy Director 

D.D.M.S. = Deputy Director of Medi- 
cal Services 

Dep.= Deputy 

Dept. = Department 

D.F.C.= Distinguished Flying Cross 

D.G.T.= Director-General of Trans- 
portation 

Div. = Divisional 

D.Q.M.G.= Deputy Quartermaster- 
General 

D.S.andT. = Director of Supplies and 
Transport 



Xll 



LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS 



D.S.C. = Distinguished Service Cross 

D.S.O.= Distinguished Service Order 
(Companion of) 

E.=East, or Eastern 

empld. = employed 

E.G. = Equipment Officer 

Exp. = Expeditionary 

F.A.= Field Artillery 

Fit. = Flight 

Fus.= Fusiliers 

G.B.E.= Knight Grand Cross of the 
Order of the British Empire 

G.C.I.E. = Knight Grand Cross of the 
Order of the Indian Empire 

Gds. = Guards 

Gen. = General 

Gnr. = Gunner 

G.S.O. (i, 2, 3) = General Staff Officer 
(ist, 2nd, 3rd grade) 

H.A. = Heavy Artillery 

H.A.C.= Honourable Artillery Com- 
pany 

Hdrs. = Highlanders 

H.Q. = Headquarters 

I.A.R.O.=Indian Army Reserve of 
Officers 

i/c=in charge of 

Imp. = Imperial 

I. M.S.= Indian Medical Service 

Infy. = Infantry 

I. O. M. = Inspector of Ordnance Mach- 
inery 

K. (in "K. Edward's Horse," etc.) 
= King 

(K.B.)= Kite-Balloon officer 

K.B.E.=Knight Commander of the 
Order of the British Empire 

K.C.B.= Knight Commander of the 
Order of the Bath 

K.C.M.G. = Knight Commander of 
the Order of St Michael and 
St George 

K.C.S.I. = Knight Commander of the 
Order of the Star of India 

Lee. = Lance 

L. I. = Light Infantry 

Lieut. = Lieutenant 

Lieut. -Col. ;= Lieutenant- Colonel 

L. of C. = Lines of Communication 

L.R.B.= London Rifle Brigade 

M., Mz., etc. = Mentioned in de- 
spatches once, twice, etc. 

m., m2. y etc. =mentioned (once, twice, 
etc.) in the Secretary of State's list, 
for valuable services in connection 
with the war 

M.B.E. = Member of the Order of the 
British Empire 

M.C. = Military Cross 



Mech. = Mechanic 

Med.= Medical 

M.G. =Machine Gun 

M.G.C.= Machine Gun Corps 

M.L.O. = Military Landing Officer 

MM. = Military Medal 

M.O.= Medical Officer 

M.SJVf. = Meritorious Service Medal 

(M.T.) = Mechanical Transport 

Mtd.= Mounted 

M.V.O.= Member of the Royal Vic- 
torian Order 

N. = North, or Northern 

(O.) = Observer officer 

O. B.E.= Officer of the Order of the 
British Empire 

O.C.B.= Officer Cadet Battalion 

O.T.C.= Officers Training Corps 

(P. )= Prisoner of War 

P. and B.T.= Physical and Bayonet 
Training 

P.O. = Petty Officer 

P. of W. Coy. (Camp) = Prisoners of 
War Company (Camp) 

Prob. = Probationer 

P. S.Bn.= Public Schools Battalion 

Pte.= Private 

Q.M. = Quartermaster 

Q.M.G. = Quartermaster- General 

Q.M.S. = Quartermaster- Sergeant 

Q.V.R.= Queen Victoria's Rifles 

R.= Royal 

R.A. = Royal Artillery 

R.A.C.D.= Royal Army Chaplains' 
Department 

R.A.F. = Royal Air Force 

R.A.M.C. = Royal Army Medical 
Corps 

R.A.O.C. = Royal Army Ordnance 
Corps 

R.A.S.C. = Royal Army Service 
Corps 

R.A.V.C. = Royal Army Veterinary 
Corps 

R.E. = Royal Engineers 

Regt. = Regiment 

Res. = Reserve 

ret. = retired 

R.F.A. = Royal Field Artillery 

R.F.C. = Royal Flying Corps 

Rfn. = Rifleman 

R.G.A.= Royal Garrison Artillery 

R.H.A. = Royal Horse Artillery 

R.M.A. = Royal Marine Artillery 

R.M. A., Woolwich = Royal Military 
Academy, Woolwich 

R.M.C. = Royal Military College 

R.M.L.I.=Royal Marine Light In- 
fantry 



LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS xiii 

R.N. =Royal Navy S.O. (i, 2, 3) = Staff Officer (ist, 2nd, 
R.N.A.S.= Royal Naval Air Service 3rd Grade) 

R.N.D. =Royal Naval Division Spec. = Special 

R.N.R. =Royal Naval Reserve Sqdn. = Squadron 

R.N.V.R.= Royal Naval Volunteer Supt. = Superintendent 

Reserve (T.) = Technical officer 

R. of O. =Reserve of Officers T.D. = Territorial Decoration 

R.Q.M.S.= Regimental Quarter- T.F. = Territorial Force 

master- Sergeant T.M.B. = Trench Mortar Battery 

R.S .M . = Regimental Sergeant-Major Unattd . = Unattached 

R.T.O.= Railway Traffic Officer, or V.D.= Volunteer Decoration 

Railway Transport Officer Vol. = Volunteer 

S. = South, or Southern W. = West, or Western 

(S.)= Seaplane officer (W.), (W2.), etc. = Wounded once, 
S. and T. Corps. = Supply and Trans- twice, etc. 

port Corps Yeo. = Yeomanry 
Sergt. = Sergeant 



NOTE. The date inserted with each entry is the year of matriculation, except 
in the following cases : 

(i) For those who were admitted for the Michaelmas Term of 1914, 
but who never actually matriculated, the year is shown as [1914]. 

(ii) A date marked with an asterisk denotes that the person to whom the 
entry refers joined the College in that year by some procedure other than 
matriculation, e.g. by migration from another College or the non-collegiate 
body. 



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS 

Page 131 After ERASER, D.H. read as follows : Capt., R.A.M.C.; 

attd.R.A.F. O.B.E. M.C. Medaillede la Reconnaissance 

Francaise, 2nd Class, and Medaille des Epidemics. 
150 For Rix, R. G. read Rix, R. G. B. 
260 For M'LACHLAN, T. K. read MACLACHLAN, T. K. 
277 After WADHAM, W. F. A., V.D. read Lieut.-Col., King's 

Own (R. Lancaster Regt., T.F.) m. 
406 Add HARWOOD, H. M. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1892 
421 Add LAWSON, H. B. Lieut., London Regt. (Kensington 

Bn.);attd. Manchester Regt.(T.F.) M.C. 1916 
446 For PRICE, Rt. Rev. McC. E. read PRICE, Rt. Rev. 

H. McC. E. 
538 For MURDOCK,AJ. read MURDOCH, A. J. 



WE PASS TO THE THOUGHT OF THE MANY WHO WILL NOT 
RETURN ; NOT BECAUSE OF ANY CHANGE OF PLAN, BUT BECAUSE 
THE OFFER WHICH ALL HAVE MADE HAS IN THEIR CASE BEEN 
ACCEPTED TO THE FULL.... FOR THESE NO PRIVILEGE THAT WE 
CAN DEVISE AVAILS. YET THE UNIVERSITY BEARS THEM UPON 
HER HEART, AND WILL NOT, I KNOW, NEGLECT TO PERPETUATE 
THE MEMORY OF THEM IN SUCH SORT THAT IT MAY SPEAK 
TO THE YOUTH OF ENGLAND IN TIME TO COME.... MANY AND 
DIVERSE WERE THE HOPES AND EXPECTATIONS WE HAD FORMED 
FOR THEM, BUT EVERY ONE OF THESE HAS BEEN SURPASSED 
BY THE EVENT. THEY HAVE ALL BEEN FOUND CAPABLE OF 
MAKING THE GREATEST DENIAL OF SELF THAT MEN CAN MAKE. 
TO ZHN ANHACOCAN GIC TO TOyC AAAoyC K&ACOC ZHN : 
THEY PAID AWAY THEIR OWN LIFE THAT THE LIFE OF THEIR 
FELLOWS MIGHT BE HAPPY." 



Dr M. R. JAMES, in his Address 
to the Senate, i October 1915. 




CHRIST'S COLLEGE 



^ABBOTT, C. H. and Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. 1915 

Died 7 May 1917 of wounds received in action 

ADAMI, J. G. Colonel, Canadian A.M.C.; A.D.M.S. 1880 

C.B.E. 

ADAMS, F. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1903 

!<ADCOCK, H. M. Capt., Lanes. Fus. 1909 

Killed in action 5 July 1916 

ADSHEAD, H. E. 2nd Lieut., R.E. 1908 
ADSHEAD, M. S. Lieut., Cheshire Regt. - [ I 9 I 4] 

ACER, Rev. A. D. Chaplain, R.N. 1906 

AGIUS, Rev. T. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1910 

AINS WORTH DAVIS, J. C. Capt., Rifle Brigade ; Hon. Capt. 1914 

(O.), R.A.F. (W.) M. 

iAiREY, T. A. Pte., London Regt. (London Scottish) 1913 

Killed in action i July 1916 

AKAM, Rev. J. W. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1912 
AKERMAN, E. J. B. Major, Somerset L.I.; D.A.Q.M.G. 1904 

(W.) M.C. French Croix de Guerre 

AL AN- WILLIAMS, A. C. Capt., Warwickshire Yeo.; 1908 

A.D.C. (W.) M.C. 

ALDRIDGE, C. B. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1896 

FALLEN, J. S. Major, Northumberland Fus. (W.) M.C. 1910 

Killed in action n April 1918 

ALLEN, R. C. Lieut.-Col., Auckland Regt., N. Zealand 1899 

Force. D.S.O. and Bar. M. 

ALLEN, W. H. Major, R.A.M.C. 1887 

ANDERSON, H. 2nd Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. 1910 

ANGUS, W. B. G. Major, R.A.M.C. O.B.E. M.C. M. 1903 

ARMOUR, J. K. C. Lieut., R.G.A. 1914 

^ARMSTRONG, F. M. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) M. 1896 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1917 

C.U.W.L. I 



2 CHRIST'S COLLEGE 

ARNOLD, W. Major, R.F.A.; empld. Ministry of Muni- 1897 

tions. (W3.) 

ARTHUR, W. L. Capt., Channel Islands Militia, empld. 1902 

R. Jersey Garrison Bn. 

ASHLEY, N. D. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1913 

ASHWORTH, J. Lieut., R.A.S.C. m. 1908 

ASTBURY, Rev. H. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 1909 

ASTLEY, W. Major, R.E. (W.) 1900 

ATCHISON,G.T. Lieut., Bedford Grammar School O.T.C. 1896 

AUDEN, G. A. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) ; D.A.D.M.S. 1890 

*BAINES, A. B. Capt., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. (W.) 1907 

Killed in action 3 April 1917 

BAINES, D. L. Major, Uganda Vol. Regt. O.B.E. 1900 

BAKER, T. Y. Instructor Cdr., R.N. Chevalier, Legion 1895 

of Honour (France) 

BAKEWELL, B. Lieut., R.F.A. (W2.) M. 1909 

BANISTER, T. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1905 

BANKS, L. 2nd Lieut., ist Brahmans, Indian Army 1909 

{<BANYARD, J. H. 2nd Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. ^1907 

Killed in action 3 Sept. 1916 

BAPTIE, N. Pte., London Regt. 1907 

BARBER,W.E. Capt., Seaforth Hdrs. ; attd. Gen. Staff, mz. 1903 

BARCLAY, A. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. (2nd W. Gen. Hos- 1894 

pital, T.F.) 

BARFF, Rev. F. R. Chaplain, R.N. 1907 

BARKER, A. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. (W.) 1915 

BARLOW, R. G. Capt., Seaforth Hdrs. (W.) 1911 

BARNARD, H.J. Lieut., Gen. List, empld. T.M.B. (W.) [1914] 

BARR, G. Lieut. (Ad.), R.A.F. 1904 

BARRAN, P. A. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.); empld. Ministry 1897 

of Munitions 

BARRETT, L. Lieut., R.E. (Fortress, T.F.). 1910 

BARRETT, Rev. L. T. S. Chaplain, R.N. 1905 

BARTLETT, A. W. Lieut., R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Service, *i902 

T.F.) 

BARTLEY, Rev. P. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1893 

BARWICK, R. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1897 

BASHFORD, P. F. R. Capt., R.N.R. 1904 

BATEMAN, W. Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) [1914] 

(W.) (P.) 

G. G. H. Capt., Northamptonshire Regt. 1913 

Died 27 Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 26 Sept. 

1916 



CHRIST'S COLLEGE 3 

BEAUMONT, D. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1912 

BEAUMONT, O. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. M. 1909 

BECK, G. R. Lieut., London Regt. (Blackheath and [1914] 

Woolwich Bn.); Capt. (A.), R.A.F. 

^BECKETT, V. L. S. Major, Yorkshire Regt. 1901 

Died 19 July 1916 of wounds received in action 5 July 

1916 

BEDDOW, H. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1897 

BEECROFT, A. E. Capt. and Adjt., R.E. M.B.E. 1906 

BEEDHAM, H. W. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1887 

*BELL, Rev. C. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 1907 

Killed in action 23 Aug. 1918 

BELL, Rev. J. A. H. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. M. 1908 

BENBOW, H. Major, E. Surrey Regt. *i94 
BENGOUGH CLARK, J. See CLARK, J. B. 

BENNETT, E. B. Pte., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1909 

BENNETT, F. G. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M. 1891 

BENNETT, G. L. Hon. Major, Lincolnshire Regt. and 1885 

Labour Corps. M2. 

BENOLY, H. J. Pte., R.A.M.C. ; Sapper, R.E. 1909 

BETTERIDGE, B. F. 2nd Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. 1912 

BETTERIDGE, H. G. W. Pte., R. Fusiliers 1913 

BICKNELL, R. P. 2nd Lieut., R. Marines 1893 

BIGGAR, C. L. P. Lieut., Hampshire Regt. (W.) M.C. 1912 

M2. 

BIGG- WITHER, H. S. Major, R.A.O.C.; D.A.Q.M.G. 1907 

O.B.E. M. 

BILDERBECK, A. C. L. O'S. Capt., I.M.S. M. 1907 

BINKS, B. B. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) 1908 
BISHOP, R. O. 2nd Lieut., Gen. List, empld. Ministry of 1894 

Munitions. M.B.E. 

*BLACK, M. A. Major, Dragoon Gds. ; attd. R.F.C. (W.) 1895 

Killed in action n Feb. 1917 

BLACK, R. A. Capt., King's (Shropshire L.I.) ; A.M.L.O. 1896 

BLACKBURN, W. H. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1911 

BLACKBURNE, Rev. E. V. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

BLACKLEDGE, R. D. Pte., R. Scots; Capt., Highland L.I. 1910 

(P.) M.C. 

BLANCH, N. H. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1914 

*BLIGH, E. Lieut., E. Lanes. Regt. 1913 

Killed in action 9 May 1915 

BLISS, E. W. Lieut., Labour Corps 1908 

BLYTH, A. C. Capt., Norfolk Regt. (W.) M.C. 1909 

BONNALIE, F. E. Lieut., R.F.A. 1914 

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*BONSER, W. J. Capt., Rifle Brigade 1904 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

BOOTH, A. F. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1912 

BOOTY, M. G. R. Pte., H.A.C. 1904 

BOTTOMS, G. M. Major, R.A.S.C. (Canteens). M 2. 1906 

BOULTBEE, Rev. H. T. C.F., Australian Chaplains' Dept. 1904 

^BOURNE, J. C. 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. *i92 

Killed in action 18 July 1915 

BOUSFIELD, H. T. W. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd 9th Bhopal 1909 

Infy. M. 

Bo WEN, G. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) 1901 

BRANSTON, R. Cadet, O.C.B. 1914 

^BRASNETT, T. J. G. 2nd Lieut., E. Surrey Regt. 1912 

Killed in action at theHohenzollern Redoubt 13 Oct. 1915 

BRAWN, J. A. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) 1912 

BRIERLEY, W. B. Sergt., Indian Army 1905 

BRIGGS, P. J. Pte., H.A.C. (W.) 1912 

BRIGGS, W. R. Capt., Spec. List (Staff Capt.). O.B.E. 1901 

BRISTOW, C. H. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 4th Gurkha 1906 

Rifles. (W.) 

BRITTAIN, A. W. 2nd Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1909 

and Derby Regt.) 

BROCKLEHURST, H. 2nd Lieut., Northumberland Fus. 1914 

BRODE, Rev. R. T. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) 1911 

BROOMFIELD, R. S. Lieut., Railway Bn., Indian Defence 1901 

Force 

BROSTER, E. D. Surgeon Lieut., R.N, 1910 

BROWN, A. E. Lieut., Australian A.M.C. M. 1907 

BROWN, C. A. 2nd Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. 1893 

BROWN, G. W. Lieut., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt.) ; 1912 

Capt.,Spec.List(SchoolofInstruction). (W.) M.B.E. 

BROWN, L. T. Pte., R. Fusiliers 1913 

BROWNING, T. C. Lieut.-Col., Supernumerary List, 1888 

Indian Army 

BRYCESON,E. Lieut., Canadian A.M.C. ; Capt., R.A.M.C. 1876 

BUNTING, S. A. S. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. Sappers and 1901 

Miners. M.B.E. 

BURDON, Hon. J. A., C.M.G. Major, Barbados Vols. m. 1885 

BURKITT, F. T. Capt., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) 191 1 

(W2.) 

BURKITT, Rev. H. J. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1888 

BURROW, Rev. W. J. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1902 

^BURTON-FANNING, N. E. E. Capt., R.M.L.I. [ I 9 I 4] 
Killed in action at Gavrelle 28 April 1917 



CHRIST'S COLLEGE 5 

^BUSZARD, S. G. Lieut., Norfolk Yeo. 1908 

Killed in action 8 Dec. 17 

BUTT, H. T. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1902 

BUTTER WICK, J. C. 2nd Lieut., Eton College O.T.C. 1909 

BUTTERWORTH, R. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1889 

BUTTERY, H. R. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1906 

BYGRAVE, W. 2nd Lieut., Blundell's School O.T.C. 1901 

BYRNE, Rev. J. H. C.F. 4th Class, N. Zealand Chaplains' *i9i3 

Dept. 

CADMAN, H. S. Capt., Denstone College O.T.C. 1896 

CAIGER, Rev. S. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A C.D. 1905 

CANNEY, J. R. C. Capt., R.A.M.C.JT.F.) 1901 

CAPON, E. O. Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt. and R. Defence 1891 

Corps 

CARDWELL, H. E. 2nd Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1898 

CARLTON- WILLIAMS, E. W. Fit. Sub-Lieut., R.N.A.S. 1909 

CARMICHAEL, Rev. D. W. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1898 

CARR, J. D. 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. 1897 

*CARRINGTON,E. A. A.B.,R.N.V.R. ; 2nd Lieut., Wiltshire 191 1 

Regt. (W.) 

Killed in action at Gueudecourt 18 Oct. 1916 

CARSTAIRS, J. L. Capt., R.E. 1901 

^CARTER, G. L. L. Asst. Paymaster, R.N.R.; Instructor 1910 

Lieut., R.N. 

Died 29 July 1918 of pneumonia 

CARTWRIGHT, S. H. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1915 

CASTELL, S. P. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1913 

CATOR, A. N. L. Lieut., Hyderabad Rifles, Indian De- 1899 

fence Force 

CATTELL, McK. Sergt., United States Army 1912 

CHAFFEY, Rev. L. B. T. Lieut., Eton College O.T.C. 1894 

CHALLONER, J. L. Lieut., Northumberland Fus. and 1913 

M.G.C. (W2.) 

CHAPMAN, H. Corpl., R.E. (Signals) ; Major, D. of Corn- 1905 

wall's L.I. (W2.) M2. 

CHARLESWORTH, J. B. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. [ I 9 I 4] 

CHIENE, G. L. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1891 

CHILD, F. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1893 

CHILD, W. N. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1901 

CHIVERS, W. B. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. 1912 

CLARK, J. B. Lieut., R. North Devon Yeo. 1877 

CLARKE, E. B. 2nd Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt. (P.) 1913 

CLARKE, W. S. Major, Gloucestershire Regt. *i888 



6 CHRIST'S COLLEGE 

CLEEVE, C. E. Major, R.A.S.C.(M.T.) O.B.E. M. 1909 
CLOUGH, J. 2nd Lieut., Yorkshire Regt.; Major, Tank 1912 

Corps. (W3-) D.S.O. M.C. M. 

CLOUGH, Rev. V. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1908 

COCHRAN, G. G. Lieut., R.E. M. 1914 

COCKTON,J. C. Lieut., Westmorland and Cumberland 1910 

Yeo. 
^COHEN, G. H. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt., T.F.) 1897 

Killed in action near La Bassee 16 May 1915 
COLEY, C. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. 1909 

COLLINGRIDGE, W. Lieut.-CoL, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1875 

COLLINS, G. A. Capt., Rifle Brigade 1907 

CONNETT, H. Capt., United States Army 1913 

COOK, V. C. Pte., H.A.C.; Capt., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1904 

O.B.E. M. 

COPE, J. L. Lieut., R.N.R. 1911 

^COPEMAN, E. H. Pte., Middlesex Regt.; 2nd Lieut., 1906 

Queen's Own (R. W. Kent Regt.) 

Killed in action 18 March 1916 

CORFIELD, Rev. F. DE LA P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1893 

CORY, J. F. T. Trooper, Berkshire Yeo. *i9o6 

^COTTERILL, D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1900 

Died 2 Dec. 1918 of pneumonia contracted on active 

service 

Cox, G. L. Capt., R.A.M.C 
COXWELL, C. B. 2nd Lieut., R.M.A. 
CRABTREE, Rev. H. G. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 
*CRANE, H. E. Pte., R. Fusiliers 1903 

Died 27 Oct. 1916 

CRAWFORD, G. B. Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. 1910 

CRAWSHAW, C. B. H. Capt., R.E. M.C. M. 1912 

CRAWSHAW, C. H. Major, R.A.M.C (T.F.) M. 1906 

SCREED, Rev. A. H. G. Chaplain, R.N. ^1884 

Died 21 May 1917 
^CRESSEY, G. E. L. Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. [ I 9 I 4] 

Killed in action 26 Sept. 1915 

CROOK, A. H. Surgeon Lieut., R.N.V.R. M. 1902 

CROSBY, G. J. V. 2nd Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) 1916 

CROWDER,G.C.G. Lieut., Border Regt. and M.G.C. (W.) 1910 
CUMBERLIDGE, W. I. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1899 

CUNLIFFE, J. H. G. 2nd Lieut., R. Marines 1912 

DAVENPORT, H. Lieut., W.Yorks. Regt. (W.) (P.) 1909 

DAVENPORT, S. Capt. (Airship), R.A.F. m. 1907 



CHRIST'S COLLEGE 7 

DAVIDSON, A. Major, Border Regt. 1894 

DAVIDSON, Sir W. E., K.C.M.G. Hon. Colonel, R. New- 1878 

foundland Regt. 

DAVIES, E. D. D. Surgeon Lieut., R.N.; Surgeon, 1907 

R.M.L.I. 

DAVIES, Rev. L. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

DAVIES, Rev. R. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. *i899 
DAVIS, J. C. A. See AINS WORTH DAVIS, J. C. 

DAWES, H. J. Lieut., Spec. List (Dental Surgeon) *i9o8 

DAWSON, Rev. H. P. Chaplain, R.N. 1881 

DE BARATHY, S. A. Lieut., Alberta Regt., Canadian Force. *i896 

(W.) 
DE LA PRYME, W. H. A. Major, W. Yorks. Regt.; Staff 1899 

Capt., War Office. (W.) D.S.O. M. m. Chevalier, 

Order of Leopold (Belgium) 

*DENNES, W. Major, R.F.A. M.C. and Bar 1908 

Kitted in action 21 March 1918 

DESOER, A. Sergt., Belgian Artillery 1915 

DIBB, R. K. Major, E. Yorks. Regt. (Wz.) M. 1913 

DICKSON, H. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W 2.) 1898 

DILLON, H. G. S. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1907 

DIPPIE, H. Major, Worcestershire Regt. (W.) D.S.O. *i9o6 

M. 

DixoN,A. F. W. Capt., Border Regt. (T.F.) (W.) 1911 

DIXON, A. H. Capt., Norfolk Regt. (Cyclist Bn., T.F.) 1911 

(W.) 

DOBELL, H. Sapper, R.N.D. Engineers; Capt., R. 1901 

Marines; Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R.; Major (A.), R.A.F. 

(P.) 

DODD, A. H. 2nd Lieut., Unattd. List, T.F. 1910 

DODDRELL, Rev. E. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. ^1890 

DODWELL, G. M. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) 1902 

DOUGLAS, R.O. Lieut., Queen's Own (R.W.Kent Regt.) [1914] 

DOVE, W. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1890 

*DOWNIE, J. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1911 

Died 29 Oct. 1918 of pneumonia 

DOWSON, W. J. Pte., Nairobi Defence Force 1906 

DRUMMOND, J. G. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 42nd Cavalry ; 1903 

Capt. and Adjt., Hodson's Horse 

DUIGAN, W. Capt., R.A.M.C. (3rd S. Gen. Hospital, T.F.) 1 883 

DUNBAR, R. Capt., R.F.A. (W 2.) M.C. M. 1914 

R, C. M. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1912 

Killed in action 9 April 1915 



8 CHRIST'S COLLEGE 

EARLES, F. J. Capt., Manchester Regt. (W.) 1912 

ECKENSTEIN, T. C. Capt., S. Lanes. Regt. (Wa.) M.C. 1904 

EDDISON, H. W. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1911 

EDE, J. C. Sergt., E. Surrey Regt. 1903 

EDWARDS, D. L. P. Capt., Spec. List (Dental Surgeon) ^1910 

^EDWARDS, D. W. Capt., R.A.S.C. ; attd. R.F.C. M.C. ^1910 

Killed in action 6 April 1917 

EDWARDS, H. W. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt.; Lieut.- "1907 

Col., R.E.;A.D. Signals. D.S.O. M.C. Mz. French 

Croix de Guerre 

^EDWARDS, LL. A. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt. (W.) 1913 

Died in German hands 21 March 1918 of wounds 

received in action 

EDWARDS, W. N. Pte., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1908 

ELLIOTT, A. D. Capt., R.E. (Signals) 1902 

ELLIOTT, T. R. H. Pte., London Regt. 1912 

ELLIS, B. J. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt.; Staff Capt. "1899 

(W.) ' 

ELLIS, M. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1899 

ELLISTON, W. R. Major, Suffolk Regt. (Cyclist Bn., T.F.) 1887 

EMBLETON, D. Major, R.A.M.C. M. m. 1900 

ENGLAND, W. B. 2nd Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt.; Lieut., 1911 

Labour Corps. (W.) 
ESCHWEGE, F. S. See FOOT, T. J. 

ESPIN, C. E. Lieut., Coldstream Gds. (W 2.) M.C. 1900 

EVISON, R. R. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. 1904 

EWART, G. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. (4th London Gen. Hos- 1906 

pital, T.F.) 

EWING, A. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1900 



, J. C. 2nd Lieut., Coldstream Gds. 1912 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 
^FARNHAM, F. J. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. and R.G.A. 1912 

Accidentally killed 15 April 1917 

FAULCONBRIDGE, F. T. Pte., Worcestershire Regt. 1912 

FAWCETT, W. F. Bt. Colonel, cmdg. Depot, Northamp- 1876 

tonshire Regt. 
*FAWSITT, T. R. Pte., Middlesex Regt. (P. S. Bn.); 2nd 1905 

Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt. 

Killed in action 16 Sept. 1916 
FAY, C. R. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.); Capt., *igo9 

M.G.C. and Spec. List (Asst. Instructor). M. 
FAY, S. J. Capt., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) M. 1901 

FELLOWS, R. B., C.B. Hon. Colonel, Bedfordshire Regt. 1850 



CHRIST'S COLLEGE 9 

FERGUSON, A. C. W. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 1896 

FERGUSON, S. C. Major, Northumberland Fus. (R. of O.) ; 1887 

Embarkation S.O. O.B.E. m. 

FINLAYSON, J. G. Sergt., R.A.M.C. 1904 

FISHER, L. G. 2nd Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt. 1914 

FISHER-SMITH, E. L. Lieut., R.A.S.C. [1914 

^FiTCH, A. S. 2nd Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. [JQ 

Killed in action 9 April 1917 

FITCH, E. W. Instructor Cdr., R.N. 1895 

FOOT, T. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1901 

FORBES, J. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1891 

FORBES, J. W. F. Capt., Christ's Hospital O.T.C. 1888 

FORDER, Rev. F. G. Capt., Charterhouse School O.T.C. 1902 

FRANCILLON, F. E. Capt., Gloucestershire Regt. M. 1907 

FRANCILLON, F. J. Lieut., R. Fusiliers and M.G.C. 1899 

FRANCIS, J. A. Capt., R.A.S.C. M 2. 1894 

FRASER, F. R. Major, R.A.M.C. 1904 

FRASER, W. A. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. 1911 

FREEMAN, H. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1906 

FRETZ, W. T. S. Trooper, British S. African Police 1910 

FRYER, J. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1893 

FULTON, E. C. Major, S.O. 2, R.A.F. 1897 

FURSE, W- K. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1902 

GANDY, E. S. Lieut., Epsom College O.T.C. 1905 

GARDINER, A. F. Major, R.F.A. M.C. M. 1906 

GARDINER, O. C. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) (W.) 1903 

^GARDNER, H. M. Lieut.-CoL, Lincolnshire Regt. (W.) 1884 

Died 28 Oct. 1918 of pneumonia 

GASKELL,L. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1889 

GAY, Rev. J. J. Chaplain, R.N. 1890 

^GIBBONS, A. ST H. Lieut.-Col., R. Fusiliers and King's 1878 

(Liverpool Regt.) M 2. 

Died 15 July 1916 of wounds received in action 

GIBSON, I. F. 2nd Lieut., K. Edward's School, Birming- 1909 

ham, O.T.C. 

GIBSON, Rev. R. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1908 

GILBERTSON, W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1886 

GILMORE, A. E. Lieut., Essex Regt. (W.) 1890 

GLASER, W. H. 2nd Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1910 

GLEN, R. A. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. (T.F.Res.) 1894 

GLENISTER, D. J. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 1906 

GODDARD, F. W. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1912 

GODDARD, J. Major, H.A.C. 1899 



io CHRIST'S COLLEGE 

GORDON, F. J. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1900 

GOWER-REES, Rev. A. P. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) ^1903 

M.C. M. 

GRACE, E. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1905 

GRANT, F. G. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1902 

GRAVES, B. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. 1907 

GRAY, W. H. Asst. Paymaster, R.N. 1911 

GREATHEAD, J. M. Major, R.E. M. 1904 

^GREATHEAD, J. R. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1914 

Killed in action 23 Oct. 1916 

GREEN, A. G. N. Lieut., Durham L.I. (T.F.) (P.) 1908 

GREEN, GABRIEL. Lieut.-CoL, Essex Regt. M.C. ^1905 

GREEN, GEORGE. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.; empld. 1894 

Ministry of Munitions. (W.) 

GREENE, L. Capt., Natal and Orange Free State Regt., 1901 

S. African Force. (W.) D.S.O. M.C. M. 

GREENWOOD, C. F. 2nd Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. 1913 

and R.A.S.C. 

GRIBBIN, Rev. J. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1913 

^GRIFFITH, H. H. Capt. (A.), R.F.C. 1909 

Killed in flying accident 2 Nov. 1917 

GRIFFITH, J. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1905 

GROVES, J. D. Capt., Derbyshire Yeo. (W.) 1899 

GROVES, W. PEER. Flt.-Cdr., R.N.V.R., attd. R.N.A.S.; 1897 

Major, S.O. 2, R.A.F. Order of the Rising Sun, tfh 

Class (Japan) 

GUNDRY, P. G. Lieut., R.N.V.R., attd. R.N.A.S. 1900 

GUTCH, J. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1889 

GUTCH, W. Capt., Yorkshire Hussars; Staff Capt., War 1890 

Office, m. 



HACKING, A. Major, Gen. List. O.B.E. 1896 

H ADDON, E. B. Hon. Capt., Uganda Carrier Coy. 1901 

HAIGH, A. G. 2nd Lieut., R.E. 1903 

Killed in action 15 Feb. 1916 

HALES, G. T. 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Regt.; empld. 1905 

War Office 

HALL, W. Capt., R.E. (Tyne Electrical Engineers, T.F.) ; 1892 

attd. R. Marines 

HAMILTON, A. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W 2.) Officer, Ordre 1902 

de rEtoile Noire (France) 

HANCE, J. B. Capt., I.M.S. 1905 

HANCOCK, Rev. W. H. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1894 



CHRIST'S COLLEGE n 

HANDCOCK, W. A. S. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 

HANDFORD, Rev. W. B. Chaplain, R.N.R. 

HANDS, A. C. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt.; Lieut. (Ad.), 1913 

R.A.F. 

*HANNINGTON, G. J. and Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1903 

Accidentally killed i Oct. 1915 

HANSELL, G. F. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. and King's Own 1912 

(Yorkshire L.I.) (W.) 

HANSON, E. T. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 1901 

*HARDiNG,Rev.WJ. Pte.,R.A.M.C.; Chaplain, R.N.V.R. 1904 

(R.N.D.) M.C. 

Killed in action 31 Oct. 1917 

HARDINGHAM, C. H. Lieut., R.G.A. 1896 

HARDY, E. W. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. 1897 

HARE, W. T. Major, R.A.M.C.; D.A.D .M.S. M.C. 1907 

HARGREAVES, R. Capt., Border Regt. (T.F.) 1910 

HARPER, C. H. Major, R.F.A. M.C. and Bar 1906 

HARRICKS, N. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. and Spec. List 1913 

HARRIS, A. A. A.B., R.N.V.R.; Lieut. (K.B.), R.A.F. 1899 

HARRIS, E. T. Major, I. M.S. D.S.O. M 3. 1896 

HARRIS, H. E. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1878 
HARRIS, H. E. junr. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) ; [lO^l 

attd. T.M.B. (W.) M.C. 

HARRISON, E. M. Capt., Lincolnshire Regt. (W 3.) 1912 

HARRISON, P. R.A.M.C. 1893 

HARVEY, Rev. C.H. C.F. 4th Class, N.Zealand Chaplains' 1898 

Dept. 

*HARVEY, W. 2nd Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) 1911 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

HARVEY, W. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1906 
*HARVIE, E. F. Capt., Gordon Hdrs. (W4.) M.C. [1914] 

Killed in action 15 June 1918 

HARVIE, J. K. Lieut., 3rd Hussars. (W2.) 1912 

HASSARD-SHORT, Rev. F. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1892 

(T.F.) 

HASTINGS, W. Major, Egyptian A.M.C. O.B.E. M. 1898 

*HATCH, P. R. Capt., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 1911 

Killed in action 7 Oct. 1916 

HAWKINS, A. G.J. Lieut., Gen. List (Intelligence). M%. 1906 

HAWKINS, R. J. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1911 

HAYTON, Rev. J. D. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1911 
HAYWARD, Rev. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. *i9ii 

HEATON, R. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. Serbian Distinguished 1904 

Service Medal 



12 CHRIST'S COLLEGE 

HENDERSON, J. A. Capt., R.E. 1900 

HENDRY, F. H. A. and Lieut., Highland L.I. (W.) 1916 

HERKLOTS, H. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1887 

HERRING, J.H. Major (A.), R.A.F. (W.) D.S.O. M.C. 1908 

M2. French Croix de Guerre. 
HETT, A. I. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. and The Buffs 1912 

(E. Kent Regt.) (W.) 

HEYDON,G.A.M. Major, Australian A.M.C. (W.) M.C. 1900 
*HINDLE, H. B. Lieut., R.H.A. (W.) 1913 

Killed in action 27 March 1918 

HINDLEY, Rev. W. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1899 
HOBSON, W. W. 2nd Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. 1913 

HODGES, C. E. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.); empld. Ministry ^1903 

of Munitions 

HODGSON, A. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. m. 1903 

HODGSON, T. R. Capt., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) 1901 

HODGSON, W. HAMMOND. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1899 

HODGSON, W. HARRY. Lieut., King's Own (R. Lancaster 1904 

Regt.) M. 

HOFFMANN, W. A. See ARNOLD, W. 
HOGARTH,T. J. Lieut., R.A.S.C. ; Major, D.A.D. Labour 
HOLLAND, C. C. Capt., R.A.S.C. 
HOLLAND, C. E. Lieut., R.N.R. 
HOLMES, H. W. H. Major, R.A.M.C. M 
HOLROYD, G. Capt., I.M.S. 
HOLT, R. Pte., R.A.M.C. 
HONY, G. B. 2nd Lieut., 4th (R. Irish) Dragoon Gds.; 

Lieut., Res. Regt. of Cavalry. (W.) 

HOOD, J. A. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. M. 1907 

HOOD, Rev. J. C. F. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1902 

HOOKER, J. S. Lieut.-CoL, i2th Pioneers, Indian Army 1896 

^HORNE, J.A. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 2nd 1910 

Lieut., London Regt. (Queen's Westminster Rifles) 

Killed in action i July 1916 

HORNIMAN, J. E. 2nd Lieut., Essex Regt. 1909 

HOSKEN, H. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade; Capt., O.C.B. 1905 
HOULTON, J. W. Capt., Suffolk Regt. (W.) 1911 

HUDSON, N. B. Lieut.-CoL, R. Berkshire Regt. (W 3.) 1912 

D.S.O. and Bar. M.C. and Bar. M 2. 

HUMPHREYS, W. H. Cadet, O.C.B. 1905 

HURST, W. H. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1909 

INCE, S.R. 2nd Lieut., K. Edward's School, Bath, 1904 
O.T.C. 



CHRIST'S COLLEGE 13 

INNOCENT, A. Trooper, Canadian Mtd. Rifles 1906 

INGLES, W. H. S. Pte., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. [1914] 

IREDALE, H. C. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. (W 2.) 1909 

JACKSON, A. C. D. Lieut., E. Lanes. Regt.; Capt., Gen. 1901 

List, empld. Inland Waterways and Docks 

JACKSON, Rev. L. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1903 

JACOB, L. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1909 

JAMES, A. E. G. Sergt., M.G.C. *i9i2 

JAMES, Rev. T. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 1895 

* JAMES, W. M. Capt., Monmouthshire Regt. 1890 

Killed in action 8 Oct. 1918 

JARVIS, F. J. Pte., Australian Force *i9O4 

JENKIN, N. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1901 

JENKINS, J. Capt., Welsh Regt. (W.) M. 1909 
JESSOP, G. L. Capt., Manchester Regt. and Gen. List, 1896 

empld. Ministry of National Service 

^JEWITT, D. P. and Lieut., Worcestershire Yeo. 1912 

Killed in action 23 April 1916 

JOHNSON, A. V. Capt., Worcestershire Regt. 1912 

JONES, E. Capt., R.E. Mz. 1911 

JONES, Rev. E. K. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1890 

*iJoNES, I. C. S. Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I., T.F.) 1913 

Died 21 Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 
JONES, L. T. P. 2nd Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 1897 

JONES, R. T. P. Capt., R.F.A. 1897 

JONES, W. B. Lieut.-Col., Welsh Regt. 1883 

JONES, W. H. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1900 

^JOSEPH, W. F. G. 2nd Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt. 1901 

Killed in action 27 May 1918 

JUPP, A. O. Lieut., Spec. List (Recruiting Staff) 1895 

KAPP, E. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. 1910 
!<KARIM KHAN, A. Major, i29th Baluchis, Indian Army 1894 

Killed in action (31 Dec. 1914) 
KEARNS,H.W.L. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.); Staff Capt. M. 1909 

Belgian Croix de Guerre 

^KELLEHER, H. Pte., Canadian Infy. 1910 

Killed in action April 1915 

KEMPSON, Rev. J. H. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1889 

^KENNEDY, R. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. M. 1906 

Killed in action 17 April 1918 

KENT, Rev. N. B. Chaplain, R.N. 1905 



i 4 CHRIST'S COLLEGE 

KERR, J. G. 2nd Lieut., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles, 1892 

T.F.) 

^KITTERM ASTER, A. N. C. Capt., Worcestershire Regt. 1890 

Killed in action 5 April 1916 

KNIGHT, R. Lieut., Middlesex Regt.; Capt., TJM.B. 1911 

(W2.) M.C. 

LADD, L. S. Capt. and Adjt., R.A.S.C. M. 1911 

LAMBERT, F. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1902 

LANE, P. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) 1912 

LANGERMAN, A. H. R. S. African Force 1903 

LANGERMAN, E. S. S. African Force 1907 

LARYMORE,H. D.,C.M.G. Major, R.G.A. ; Asst. Inspector, 1903 

Woolwich Arsenal 

LAW, R. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1886 

LAZARUS, E.L. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. ;attd.M.G.C. 1910 

(W2.) 

LEACH, Rev. N. K. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1900 

LEACH, R. W. Capt., Suffolk Regt.; Brigade Major. 1903 

(W.) 

LEE, A. 2nd Lieut., Unattd. List, T.F. (O.T.C.) 1899 

LEE, W. E. Corpl., R.E. 1909 

LEECH, E. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1894 

LEWIS, F. H. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. (W.) 1908 

^LEWIS, R. C. Capt., R. Berkshire Regt. M.C. 1911 

Kitted in action on the Somme i Jidy 1916 

LEWIS, W. B. A. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) (W.) 1911 

LIPTROT, R. N. Pte., Cheshire Regt.(T.F.); Lieut., 1908 

R.F.A. 

LIVENS, W. H. Capt., R.E.; Staff Capt. D.S.O. M.C. 1908 

M 3 . 

LLEWELLYN, E. E. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1912 

LLOYD GEORGE, R. Capt., R. Welsh Fus.; Major, R.E. 1907 

LOVIBOND, J. L. Major, Northumberland Fus. (T.F.); 1893 

empld. P. of W. Coy. (W.) T.D. M. 

Low, Rev. W. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1895 

LOWE, Rev. C. A. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1909 

LUCE, Sir R. H. Major-Gen., A.M.S.(T.F.) ; Director of 1886 

Medical Services. K.C.M.G. C.B. C.M.G. V.D. 



LUMBY, A. F. R. Capt., 6oth Punjabis, Indian Army; 1000 

G.S.0.2. (W) 

*LUNDIE,R. C. Major, R.E. (W.) D.S.O. M 2. 1904 

Killed in action 15 Oct. 1918 



CHRIST'S COLLEGE 15 

MAASDORP, V. H. Lieut., R. Fusiliers. (W2.) 1906 

MCALLUM, J. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1891 

MCARTHUR, R. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (P.) M.C. ^914 

McCALL, H. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1907 

MACCALLAN, A. F. Major, R.A.M.C., empld. Egyptian 1891 

Army. C.B.E. O.B.E. M. 
McCoLL, A. M. Sergt., King's Royal Rifle Corps ; Cadet, 1913 

R.A.F. MM. and Bar 
McCoLL, H. H. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade; Capt., D. of 1912 

Wellington's (W. Riding Regt.); Hon. Capt. (O.), 

R.A.F. (Ws.) M.C. M. 

MACDONALD, Rev. H. Chaplain, R.N. 1883 

McDouGALL,A. Capt., London Yeo. (Middlesex Hussars). 1904 

D.S.O. 

McGowAN, N. S. 2nd Lieut., Sikhs, Indian Army. (W.) 1909 
MclNNES, A. N. 2nd Lieut., Northumberland Fus.(T.F.) 1914 
MclNTOSH, J. G. H. Capt., Scottish Horse; attd. Cam- 1895 

eron Hdrs. 

MACK, A. A. Sergt., R.A.S.C.; attd. R.A.M.C. 1894 

*MACKAY, D. R. G. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); 2nd [1914] 

Lieut., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs.; Capt. (A.), 

R.A.F. (W.) D.F.C. 

Died ii Nov. 1918 of wounds received in action 
McLEAN, K. G. Lieut., R.E. [1914] 

MACNAB, J. T. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1898 

*McVnriE, G. H. 2nd Lieut., Border Regt.(T.F.) 1914 

Died on H.M. transport 12 Mar. 1915 of cerebro-spinal 

meningitis 

MALIM,J. W. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.). m. 1894 

MALONE, C. R. R. Lieut.-Col., Hampshire Regt. ; Major, 1877 

Worcestershire Regt. (R. of O.) m. 
MANN, F. A. W. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S.Bn.) ; Lieut. (A.), [1914] 

R.A.F. (W.) 

MANNERS-SMITH, E. V. Cadet, R.M.A., Woolwich [1914] 
MARDON, E. J. Major, Devon Regt. and Rifle Brigade 1886 

(T.F.) ni2. 
MARKHAM, E. B. Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. and Gen. 1912 

Staff, empld. British Military Mission 

MARQUAND, C. V. B. 2nd Lieut., Tank Corps. 1915 

MARRIOTT, Rev. F. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1912 

MARTIN, R. G. 2nd Lieut., Plymouth College O.T.C. 1909 
MASTERMAN, W. S. Major, Welsh Regt. 1897 

MASTERS, Rev. T. H. C.F. ist Class, R.A.C.D. ; A.C.G. 1886 

C.B.E. M2. 



16 CHRIST'S COLLEGE 

MAUFE, H. B. Lieut., Rhodesia Motor Vols. 1898 

^MAULE, G. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1910 

Died at Baghdad 15 Nov. 1918 of pneumonia 
*MAULE, R. Lieut., R. Scots (T.F.) 1904 

Killed in action in Gattipoli 27 May 1915 

MAW, R. P. Lieut., R.G.A. 1886 

MAXWELL, W. W. Major, R.G.A. 1896 

MAY, A. H. Lieut. - Col. R.E. O.B.E. m. 1896 

MAY, C. P. Pte., Middlesex Regt. (P. S. Bn.) ; Lieut., The 1909 

Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 
MAYBREY, H. J. Lieut., Wiltshire Regt. and Worcester- 1912 

shire Regt. ; empld. Ministry of Munitions 
^MAYER, F. C. Sergt., 52me Regt., French Army. French 1911 

Croix de Guerre. M 2. 

Killed in action in Champagne 21 Sept. 1915 
MAYER, N. E. Pte., R. Fusiliers; 2nd Lieut., Spec. List. 1908 

M. 
MAYNE, C. R. G., D.S.O. Major, Highland L.I.; Brig.- 1893 

Gen. (W 2.) C.M.G. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. 

M 5. Osmaniehy \ih Class and Medjidieh, yrd Class 



(Egypt) 



MEE, J. T. M. Capt., Suffolk Yeo. M. 1908 

MELITUS, P. N. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt.; Hon. 1913 

Lieut. (O.), R.A.F. 
MELLING, J. S. Pte., Cheshire Regt.; 2nd Lieut., R. 1909 

Welsh Fus. 
MERCER , Ven . H . F . Capt . , Australian Force ; Capt . (Ad . ) , 1890 

R.A.F. 

MERCER, J. Instructor Cdr., R. N. *i9io 

^MERE, C. L. Lieut., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) 1907 

Killed in action in GaUipoli 10 Aug. 1915 

MIDGLEY, W. A. L. Lieut., R.G.A. 1905 

*MILNE, G. W. Lieut, and Adjt., R.FA. (W.) 1915 

Died 22 Oct. 1917 of wounds received in action 
MISQUITH, O. G. Lieut., London Regt. (Queen's) 1911 

MOBBS, G. F. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles). (W.) 1916 
MONCRIEFF, A. Capt., R.E.; S.O. to Chief Engineer. 1912 

(W2.) M.C. M. 

MONTGOMERY, J. K. Lieut., Spec. List (Censor's Staff) 1892 

MOORE, R. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. O.B.E. M. ^1898 

*MooRE, R. T. Trooper, R. Wiltshire Yeo. 1910 

Drowned on S.S. Leinster 10 Oct. 1918 
MORRIS, G. P. Lieut., Oxford and Bucks L.I.; Major, 1911 

M.G.C. 



CHRIST'S COLLEGE 17 

MORRISON, J. T. J. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) *i88i 

MOSLEY, I. H. Lieut., H.A.C.; Capt., Spec. List (Adjt., 1901 

School of Instruction). M.C. 

MOUNTAIN, H. Lieut.-Col., R.F.A. 1898 

MOWLL, G. M. Cadet, O.C.B. 1918 

MURRAY, E. G. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. O.B.E. 1909 

MURRAY, Rev. E. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1895 

MUSPRATT, P. K. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1895 

NAOROJI, K. A. D. Sergt., Middlesex Regt. (W.) 1912 

NAPIER, O. J. W. 2nd Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1908 

NEEDHAM, E. Lieut., E. Surrey Regt.; Major, M.G.C. 1907 

(W.) (P.) M. 

^NELDER, G. C. A. 2nd Lieut., Hampshire Regt. 1912 

Killed in action at Suvla Bay 6 Aug. 1915 

NELSON, E. W. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. M. 1902 

NELSON, R. D. Capt., R.F.A. 1907 

NELSON, T. B. 2nd Lieut. (Ad.), R.A.F. 1902 

NEWMAN, E. Capt., R.A.O.C.; D.A.D.O.S.; attd., 1901 

R.A.F. Cavalier, Order of the Crown of Italy 

^NEWMAN, J. S. 2nd Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. 1913 

Killed in action at Suvla Bay 9 Aug. 1915 

NEWTON, G. F. Pte., HA.C. ' *i 9 oi 

NICHOLAS, A. J. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. ^1907 

NICKAL, G. B. 2nd Lieut., R.A.F. 1909 

NIGHTINGALE, H. P. C.Q.M.S., Queen's Own (R. W. 1907 

Kent Regt.) 

NIXON, Rev. W. H. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D. m. 1883 

NOBLE, Rev. R. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. *i9i6 

NUTTALL, E. D. Lieut., R.G.A. *i9<D9 

NUTTALL, W. L. F. 2nd Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. D.F.C. 1916 

*ODELL, R. E. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.) ; Lieut., Black 

Watch 

Died 20 Dec. 1916 of wounds received in action 18 Dec. 

1916 

OGILVIE, J. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1886 

O'REILLY, J. B. Major, Durham L.I. and Leinster Regt. 1878 

^ORMESHER, H. Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. 1913 

Killed in action 4 Oct. 1915 

ORMSBY, M. H. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. S. Provinces Mtd. 1896 

Rifles; Major and Cmdt., Clerks Training School 

ORTON, W. A. Lieut., Dorset Regt. ; attd. T.M.B. (W.) 1916 

OSBORNE, D. R. Major, Northumberland Fus. 1901 

C.U.V/.L. 2 



i8 CHRIST'S COLLEGE 



L. H. Lieut., Lanes. Fus. 1912 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 7 Aug. 1915 

OxwAYj.T.F. Hon. Lieut. -Col., Spec. List 1870 

OULTON, E. V. Major, R.A.M.C. M. 1900 

OWEN, G. Lieut., N. Zealand Rifle Brigade. (W.) 1902 

OWEN, P. R. T. 2nd Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 1907 

(W.) 

PAGET, H. E. G. Capt., 46th Punjabis, Indian Army 1905 

PARKER, Rev. J. C. Chaplain, R.N. M. 1904 

PARRY, T. H., M.P. Lieut.-Col., R. Welsh Fus.(T.F.) 1900 

(W 2.) D.S.O. M. Order of the Nile, tfh Class 

(Egypt) 

PARTRIDGE, C. Lieut., Spec. List (R.T.O.) 1892 

PATRICK, N. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1895 

^PAYTON, R. S. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. 1913 

Killed in action 22 July 1916 

PECK, A. H. Lieut., Devon Regt.; Major (A.), R.A.F. 1906 

D.S.O. M.C. and Bar. M. 

PECK, E. S. Lieut.-Col., I.M.S. 1885 

PEERS, E. A. 2nd Lieut., Felsted School O.T.C. 1909 

PEILE, J. Lieut., E. Surrey Regt.; Capt., Gen. List 1897 

PETERS, A. J. Pte., Middlesex Regt. (P. S. Bn.) ; Capt., S. 1911 

Lanes. Regt. 

PETERS, M.W. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps and 1907 

M.G.C. (W 2 .) M.C. 

PETTIT, J. R. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) M. 1912 

PEYTON-BURBERY, Rev. R. J. P. Chaplain, R.N. 1901 

PHILLIPS, E. S. Major, R.G.A. D.S.O. M. 1895 

PHILLIPS, J. E. Capt., O.T.C. 1903 

^PICKARD-CAMBRIDGE, H. E. W. Lieut., Sussex Yeo. 1915 

Killed in action i Nov. 1917 

PIGEON, H. W. Lieut., R.A.M.C. m. 1877 

PIGEON, J. W. Capt., I.M.S. 1905 

PIM, F. H. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1897 

PIRKIS, F. C. L. Lieut., R.F.A. ; Staff Lieut., War Office. 1895 

(W.) 

PITHER, F. E. L. 2nd Lieut., Somerset L.I. 1914 

POPE, S. B. Lieut.-Col., 58th (Vaughan's) Rifles, Indian 1898 

Army;G.S.O.i. D.S.O. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. M 4. 

Chevalier, Legion of Honour (France). Order of the 

Nile, yd Class (Egypt) 

PORTER, R. E. Major, R.A.S.C. M.C. [1914] 

1 Killed in action in Mesopotamia after the armistice. 



CHRIST'S COLLEGE 19 

PRIESTLEY, R. E. Capt., R.E. (Signals, T.F.). M.C. 1913 

PUMPHREY, C. E. Capt., Durham L.I. (W.) M.C. Af2. 1899 

PURDIE, Rev. A. B. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. O.B.E. 1913 

M. Order of St Sava, yd Class (Serbia) 

PURTON, G. A. Lce.-Corpl., Training Res. Bn. 1895 

PYMAN, W. H. Lieut., R.F.A. ; empld. Ministry of Ship- 1905 

ping 

QUILLET, L. A. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1914 

RADICE, W. A. Capt. and Adjt., Calcutta Bn., Indian 1901 

Defence Force 

RAMSAY, D. 2nd Lieut., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) 1906 

^RAMSAY, L. N. G. 2nd Lieut., Gordon Hdrs. 1911 

Killed in action 21 March 1915 

RAMSAY, M. G. 2nd Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 1909 

RANSFORD, W. M. Capt., R.E. M.C. 1909 

RAPPIS, P. A. G. 2nd Lieut., Wireless Corps, Italian Army 1899 

READ, R. S. Lieut., Suffolk Regt.; empld. Ministry of 1915 

Labour. (W 2.) 

*REED, B. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. (W 2.) *i9i3 

Killed in action 12 April 1918 

REED, C. H. Capt., R.E. (London Electrical Engineers, 1900 

T.F.) 

REES, T. J. Lieut., Welsh Regt.(T.F.) ; attd. R.E. 1908 

CREESE, J. Wireless Telegraphist, R.N. 1915 

Killed in action on H.M. patrol boat 10 Feb. 1918 
REID, E. D. W. See WHITEHEAD REID, E. D. 

RENDLE, A. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. *i885 

*RiCE- JONES, A. T. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) 1909 

(W2.) 

Died 23 March 1918 of wounds received in action 

RICE-JONES, B. R. Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1907 

RICHARDS, C. T. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. ; Lieut. (Ad.), R.A.F. 1909 

RICHARDS, W. G. Major, I.M.S. 1887 

RICHARDSON, D. J. A. Gnr., R.G.A. 1908 

RICHARDSON, G. P. N. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1914 

RICHARDSON, J. H. Asst. Paymaster, Army Pay Dept. 1896 
RICHARDSON KUHLMANN, D. See RICHARDSON, D. J. A. 

^RiEU, A. Pte., 2me Regt. Etranger, French Army, and 1897 

Middlesex Regt. 

Killed in action 3 July 1916 

RIGBY, Rev. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1904 

RILEY, A. Air Mechanic, R.A.F. 1909 



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20 CHRIST'S COLLEGE 

ROBERTS, F. H. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt.(T.F.) 1901 

ROBERTS, Rev. LL. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. ^1909 

ROBERTSON, D. D. A.B., R.N.V.R. (Anti-Aircraft) 1889 

ROBINS,}. N. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.). (W.) 1895 

RoBiNSON,A.C. Lieut.-Col.,R.A.S.C.; A.A.andQ.M.G. 1903 

D.S.O. M. Order of the Nile, Afh Class (Egypt) 

ROBSON, Rev. E. I. Lieut., Spec. List (Intelligence) 1892 

ROGERS, J. L. Lieut., R.G.A. 1907 

ROMANES, J. Capt., Border Regt. ; empld. War Office. 1905 

(W.) 

ROSE, C. A. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) M.C. 1905 

ROUSE, W. H. D. Lieut., Perse School, Cambridge, 1882 

O.T.C. 

RUBINSTEIN, L. Russian Army 1913 

RUDKINS, F. P. Lieut., Emanuel School, Wandsworth, 1907 

O.T.C. 

RUSSELL, J. 2nd Lieut., Gordon Hdrs. (W2.) 1915 

SANER, F. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1902 

SAUNDERS, A. H. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1908 

SAUNDERS, J. T. Capt., Durham L.I. (W2.) 1907 

SAUNDERS, Rev. W. D. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. m. *igu 

SCHARFF, G. E. Sapper, R.E. 1909 

>*<SCHWARZ, R. O. Capt., S. African Infy.; Major, King's 1893 

Royal Rifle Corps; D.A.Q.M.G.; Asst. Controller of 

Salvage. (W.) M.C. M. 

Died 20 Nov. 1918 of influenza contracted on active 

service 

SCOTT, J. H. Capt., York and Lancaster Regt. 1905 

SCOTT, L. B. Major, I.M.S. 1894 

^SEABROOKE, A. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1903 

Died in Mesopotamia i July 1916 of typhoid 

SELBY, J. S. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1886 

SEVERNE, A. DE M. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A.; Lieut. (A.), 1915 

R.A.F. (W.) 

SEWELL, H. W. Capt., Border Regt. 1891 

SEWELL, R. B. S. Major, I.M.S. M. 1899 

SHANKS, P. M. 2nd Lieut., St John's School, Leather- 1897 

head, O.T.C. 

SHARP, D. G. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt.; Capt., T.M.B. 1915 

M.C. 

SHARPE, G. R. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. (W 3.) 1912 

SHELL, Rev. A. Chaplain, R.N. *i898 

SHELLEY, J. Pte., R.A.S.C. *i905 



CHRIST'S COLLEGE 21 

SHENNAN, W. D. Capt., R.E. M.C. M. 1907 

SHEPHARD, W. H. Capt., R.A.M.C.; D.A.D. M.S. (W.) 1908 

SHEPPARD, W. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1889 

SHIELDS, T. Major, R. Berkshire Regt.(T.F.) 1881 

*SHILCOCK, J. W. Lieut., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) 1907 

Killed in action near Baghdad 22-24 Nov. 1915 

SHINER, Rev. R. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. *i9<D4 

SHUFFLEBOTTOM, E. Pte., Essex Regt.; 2nd Lieut., R. 1915 

Fusiliers 

SHURLOCK, F. W. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.) ; Instructor 191 1 

Lieut., R.N. 

SIMPSON, A. J. G. Major, N.S.W. Bn., Australian Force 1906 

SIMPSON, A. W. W. Lieut.-CoL, Manchester Regt. (T.F.) 1894 

O.B.E. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. M 3. Order of the 

Nile, yd Class (Egypt) 

^SIMPSON, G. B. G. Pte., Australian Infy. 1906 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 6 Aug. 1915 

SIMPSON, J. G. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) ; Lieut., 1908 

R. Sussex Regt. (Wa.) M.C. 

*SiNG,C.M. Pte., R. Fusiliers; 2nd Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. 1907 

Died 7 July 1916 of wounds received in action 

SKYRME, C. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1892 

SLAUGHTER, C.E. Capt.,R.A.S.C.; attd.R.G.A. (W.) M. 1913 

SLEEMAN, C. M. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1902 

SMALL, D. W. Lieut., R.E. 1914 

SMITH,A.C.DENISON. Lieu t.,E.Yorks. Regt. (W.) M.C. 1906 

SMITH, A. E. CLARENCE. Capt., S. Lanes. Regt. 1906 

SMITH, A. E. S. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1893 

*SMITH, C. R. B. 2nd Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. 1915 

Killed in action 28 April 1917 

SMITH, F. C. Cadet, O.C.B. (R.F.A.) 1917 

SMITH, J. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) 1912 

SMITH, J. T. Lieut., Sussex Yeo. (W.) 1915 

SMITH, W. H. 2nd Lieut., Coldstream Gds. 1905 

SMiTH-CARiNGTON,Rev.A.E.C. C.F^thClass, R.A.C.D. 1909 

SMITHSON, A. E. Lieut.-CoL, R.A.M.C. *i884 

SMUTS, Rt Hon. J. C. Lieut.-Gen. ; Cmdt.-Gen., S. 1891 

African Defence Force ; Member of Imp .War Cabinet. 

Companion of Honour. Commander, Legion of Honour 

(France). Grand Officer, Order of Leopold (Belgium). 

Belgian Croix de Guerre 

SNAPE, H. J. Capt., Repton School O.T.C. 1894 

SNOWDEN, A. DE W. Hon. Major, R.A.M.C. (Red Cross 1891 

Hospital, Netley). C.B.E. 



22 CHRIST'S COLLEGE 

SOWELS, F. Lce.-Corpl., Oxford and Bucks. L.I.; Capt., 1895 

Gen. Staff (Intelligence). Chevalier, Order of the 

Redeemer (Greece) 

SPENCER, Rev. L. D. W. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1896 

SPURRELL, R. K. Capt., D. of Cornwall's L.I. (W 2.) [1914] 

M.C. M. 

SQUIRE, A. M. 2nd Lieut., R.A.O.C. 1901 

SQUIRE, S. G. Lieut., Oundle School O.T.C. 1898 

^STANDEN, L. J. D. Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt.(T.F.) 1913 

Killed in action 18 March 1916 

STANTON, H. J. C. Staff Capt., War Office, m 2. 1879 

*STARKEY, V. G. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Lieut., 1913 

King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 

Killed in action 14 Oct. 1915 

STAYERS, W. M. Capt., R. Scots Fus. (W.) 1911 

STEEN, S. W. P. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade. (W.) 1918 

STEPHENS, Rev. H. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1916 

STEPHENSON, Rev. H. S. Senior Chaplain, Indian Army 1894 

STEVENS, F. B. Lieut., Sussex Yeo. ; Capt. (K.B.), R.A.F. 1899 

M. 

STEWART, C. B. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1883 

STEWART, P. M. Major, R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) and 1890 

Training Res. Bn. 

STILL, H. N. 2nd Lieut., Shropshire Yeo.; Lieut., 1912 

R.G.A. m. 

STILL. Rev. W. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

STOLTERFORTH, G. H. Lieut., Cheshire Regt. and 1897 

M.G.C. (W.) 

STRACHAN, Rev. R. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. m. 1911 

SULLIVAN, Rev. A. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1897 

SULLIVAN, J. H. B. Lieut., I.A.R.O. (Cavalry) 1909 

SuTTON,Rev.F.O. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.JT.F.) M. *i883 

SWANN, C. H. Lieut., R.N.V.R. *i903 

^TANNER, G. R. Lieut., Wiltshire Regt. (W3.) M.C. 1913 

Die d 8 April 1918 of wounds received in action 24 March 

1918 

TANNER, H. R. Capt., Somerset L.I. (W.) 1911 

TANNER, R. R. Lieut.-CoL, Rifle Brigade (T.F.) 1882 

TAYLOR, C. H. Major, York and Lancaster Regt. and 1883 

King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 

TAYLOR, D. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1898 

TAYLOR, G. C. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.); D.A.D.M.S. 1887 

O.B.E. Mz 



CHRIST'S COLLEGE 23 

THEOPHILUS, S. C. Pte., H.A.C.; Lieut., Rifle Brigade ; 1903 

Capt., T.M.B. ; Major, Tank Corps. M.C. 

THOMAS, A. A. Lieut., Welsh Regt. 1911 

THOMAS, E. C. Capt., Suffolk Regt. 1894 

THOMAS, T. J. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus.; attd. T.M.B. 1902 

(W.) M.C. 

THOMAS, W. Major, S. African Med. Corps. O.B.E. M. 1889 

THOMPSON, Rev. A. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1898 

THOMPSON, A. P. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1912 

THOMPSON, G. H. M. Lieut., Spec. List, empld. R.E. 1910 

(Inland Water Transport) 

THOMPSON, G. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1886 

THOMPSON, P. A. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1895 

THORNE, H. S. Lieut., R. Scots; attd. Gen. Staff. (W.) 1911 

THURSTON, E. T. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. Garrison Arty., 1908 

Indian Defence Force 

TINDALL, C. Lieut., R.E. 1902 

TODD, M. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1908 

fcTowNROE, G. C. Capt., S. Lanes. Regt. 1913 

Killed in action 8 Sept. 1917 

TOWNSON, B. A. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt., T.F. 191 1 

Res.) 

^TREMEARNE, A. J. N. Major, Seaforth Hdrs. 1906 

Killed in action in the Battle of Loos 25 Sept. 1915 

^TREMEARNE, W. C. 2nd Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. 1910 

Killed in action in the Battle of Loos 26 Sept. 1915 

TREND, J. B. Capt., R.A.S.C.; Lieut., R.G.A.; empld. 1906 

War Office, m. 

TRENDELL, Rev. G. J. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1883 

TRESTRAIL, A. E. Y. Lieut.-Col., Cheshire Regt. (W.) 1894 

D.S.O. M. 

TURKINGTON, J. S. Trooper, R. Canadian Dragoons; 1912 

Lieut., Gen. List, Canadian Force. (W 2.) 
TURNBULL,E.L. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W.) 1907 

^TURNER, E. P. Capt., R.F.A. 1911 

Killed in action 19 March 1917 

TURNER, H. W. Lieut., Spec. List (Intelligence) . ^1906 

TURNER, R. L. Lieut., I.A.R.O.; Capt. and Adjt., 3rd 1907 

Gurkha Rifles (attd.) M.C. M. 

TURNER, W. H. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) M.C. M. 1912 

*TURPIN, J. K. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1911 

Killed in action 14 Aug. 1917 

TWENTYMAN, J. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1888 

TWENTYMAN, Rev. W. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1897 




24 CHRIST'S COLLEGE 

ULLRICH, E. H. Pte., Middlesex Regt.; Sapper, R.E. 1914 

(Signals) 
UNWIN, C. H. Major, D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1806 

Regt.);empld. O.C.B. (W.) M. 
UPWARD, H. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1892 

VARLEY, G. Sergt., R. Fusiliers 1893 

VEALE, H. P. Major, S.African Med. Corps. 1883 

VINT, A. W. Capt., Worcestershire Regt. M.C. 1915 

VINT, M. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) M. 1912 

^VOELCKER, H. E. 2nd Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 1913 

Killed in action 20 July 1916 

WADDY, R. A. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) 

WADE, R. Capt., R.A.M.C. 

WADHAM, S. M. Lieut., Durham L.I.; Capt., Spec. 

List, empld. R.E. M. 
WAGNER, R. H. Capt., London Regt. (R. Fusiliers) ; attd. 1910 

R.E. (Signals). M.C. 
WAIAPU, Rt Rev. Bishop of. C.F. 3rd Class, N. Zealand 1879 

Chaplains' Dept. 
^WAINWRIGHT, G. L. Pte., Middlesex Regt. (P. S. Bn.); 1913 

2nd Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

WALKER, D. G. Capt., Highland L.I. (W.) 1914 

WALKER, F. C. Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. (W.) 1909 

WALKER, K. M. Capt., Suffolk Regt. (W 2.) [1914] 

WALKEY, Rev. J. R. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D. ; D.A.C.G. 1899 

M. 

WALLIS, H. H. Lieut., Trent College O.T.C. 1905 

WARD, F. K. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. n6th Mahrattas 1904 
WARD, R. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. ^1906 

WARREN, Rev. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1886 

WATERWORTH, Rev. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

WATKINS, W. F. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. [1914] 

WATSON, Rev. H. C.F. 4th Class, N. Zealand Chaplains' 1894 

Dept. 
WATSON, H. S. 2nd Lieut., R.E. (Tyne Electrical Eng- 1895 

ineers, T.F.) 

WATSON, Rev. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1889 

WATSON, T. T. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1908 

*WEBB, A. H. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); 2nd Lieut., 1912 

Leicestershire Regt. 

Died 4 May 1916 



CHRIST'S COLLEGE 25 

WEBB, E. O. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 2nd 1911 

Lieut., M.G.C. 

*WEBB, H. C. Capt., Border Regt.; attd. T.M.B. 1911 

Killed in action 19 Sept. 1916 

WEDDELL, J. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. M 2. 1903 

^WESTWOOD, A. H. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt. (W2.) 1910 

Kitted in action 21 Sept. 1918 

*WHALEY, O. S. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) ; 2nd Lieut., 1908 

Hampshire Regt. 

Kitted in action in Gallipoli 10 Aug. 1915 

WHEAT, E.G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1897 

WHEELER, J. N. Major, R.A.M.C. M. 1901 

WHEELER, Rev. S. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

I< WHITE, L. 2nd Lieut., Welsh Regt. ^1913 

Killed in action 19 March 1916 

WHITEHEAD, H. M. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1893 

and Derby Regt.) ; A.D .C. ; Lieut.-Col., Labour Corps. 

O.B.E. Chevalier, Ordre du Merite Agricole (France) 

WHITEHEAD, J. H. M. Capt., W. African Frontier Force 1892 

WHITEHEAD, R. B. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps ; attd. 1908 

R.E. (Signals). M. 

WHITEHEAD REID, E. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1902 

WHITEMAN, R. J. N. Major, Australian A.M.C. 1907 

WILES, H. H. Lieut., Wiltshire Regt.; Capt., Devon 1911 

Regt.; Capt. and Adjt., Labour Corps. (W.) 

WILES, J. W. Hon. Capt., Serbian Army. Serbian Royal *i9i6 

Red Cross 

WILKINSON, S. J. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. m. 1907 

WILKINSON, V. Capt. and Adjt., Border Regt. M.C. 1911 

M. 

WILLIAMS, A. Major, Gen. Staff. O.B.E. M. Cavalier, 1882 

Order of the Crown of Italy 

WILLIAMS, Rev. C. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. ^1897 

WILLIAMS, D. G. Lieut., 4th (R. Irish) Dragoon Gds. 1912 

WILLIAMS, E. C. Capt., R.A.M.C.; D.A.D .M.S. 1885 

WILLIAMS, F. L. Capt., Bedfordshire Regt. and Gen. 1910 

List. (W.) M. 

WILLIAMS, H. H. Capt., R.A.S.C. (M.T.) M.B.E. m. 1900 

WILLIAMS, Rev. J. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. m 2. ^1909 

^WILLIAMS, K. G. 2nd Lieut., N. Zealand M.G.C. 1906 

Killed in action 9 June 1917 

WILLIAMS, Rev. W. D. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. *i888 

WILLIAMSON, R. S. 2nd Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. 1901 

WILLIS, A. G. F. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 1909 



26 CHRIST'S COLLEGE 

WILSON, C. J. Capt., E. African Mtd. Rifles and Spec. 1808 

List. M.C. M2. 

WILSON, E. Pte., W. Yorks. Regt. 1914 

WILSON, F. A. Capt., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles, 1912 

T.F.) ; 2nd Lieut. (O.), R.A.F. (W.) 

WiLSON,H.F. Major, R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C.andBar. M. 1904 

WOLFE, J. A. Lieut., R.G.A. 1915 

WOOD, C. F. Lieut., I.A.R.O. ; Capt., Mohmand Militia 1903 

WOOD, S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1901 

WooD,W. L. Major, R.E. (W.) O.B.E. M 2. 1903 

WooDARD,E.A. 2nd Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 1905 

WOODHEAD, H. M. 2nd Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. 1912 

Riding Regt.); Lieut., Cheshire Regt.; attd. T.M.B. 

W. R. M. 2nd Lieut., Border Regt. 1904 

Died 26 Sept. 1915 of wounds received in action 25 Sept. 



WOOLLEY,E. C. 2nd Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. (W.) *i9o8 

WOOLLEY, J. M. Lieut.-Col., I.M.S. 1890 

WORRALL, L. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1893 

WRIGHT, C. R. Pte., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1905 

WRIGHT, O. K. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1900 

WRIGHT, P. J. Lieut., R.G.A. 1896 

WRIGLEY, A. A.B., R.N.V.R.; Lieut., R.A.S.C. M. 1908 

WYATT, T. C. Major, R.A.S.C. O.B.E. M. 1906 

*YARDE, J. T. Capt., Bedfordshire Regt.(T.F.) (W 2.) 1913 

M.C. and Bar. M 2. 

Died 21 Sept. 1918 of wounds received in action in 

Palestine 19 Sept. 1918 

YELVERTON,E.E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. O.B.E. M. 1907 

YOUNG, B. W. Lieut., R.G.A. ; empld. Ministry of Muni- 1910 

tions 

* YOUNG, E. T. Lieut., Manchester Regt. 1903 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 10 June 1915 

YOUNG, F.E. Lieut.-Col., Rifle Brigade. (W.) M.C. M. 1908 

YOUNG, F. F. Capt., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) [1914] 

YOUNG, F. P. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1899 

YOUNG, J. G. Lieut., Somerset L.I. and M.G.C. 1910 

YOUNG, P. C. Colonel, R.E.; A.I.G.T. C.B.E. O.B.E. 1899 

M. 

YOUNG, R. F. Capt., R. A .M.C. (W.) M.C. M. 1898 

YOUNG, Rev. S. D. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. D.S.O. 1905 

O.B.E. M2. 

YOUNG, S. L. O. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1896 




CLARE COLLEGE 

ABRAHAMSON, I. See LUBBOCK, I. 

ADAMS, H. P. Corpl., H.A.C. 1880 

ABLER, F. B. Capt., S. African F.A.; Major, R.F.A. 1901 

(P.) M.C. M2. 
AIRMAN, K. B. Capt., R.A.M.C.; Surgeon Lieut., R.N.; 1907 

Capt. (Med.), R.A.F. 

AIRMAN, R. B. 2nd Lieut., Lanarkshire Yeo. 1902 

ALCOCR, J. F. Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1914 

ALEXANDER, J. G. Lieut., R. Inniskilling Fus. 1899 

ALEXANDER, J. W. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1905 

ALEXANDER, R. M. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. and T.M.B.; 1903 

empld. War Office 
^ALEXANDER, W. G. 2nd Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) 1909 

Killed in action at Festubert 15 May 1915 
ALLAN,P.B.M. Capt., London Regt. (London Scottish); 1903 

empld. War Office 

ALLEN, W. Trooper, R. Horse Gds. 1908 

ALSTON, W. E. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1886 

^AMPHLETT-MORTON, J. F. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle 1911 

Corps. M. 

Killed in action 10 Jan. 1915 

ANDERSON, K. B. Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.) 1900 

ANDERSON, R. C. Lieut., R.N.V.R. (Coastal Motor- 1902 

boat Service) 
ANDERSON, S. M. Brig. -Gen., R.A., Australian Force. 1898 

D.S.O. Brevet Lieut -Colonel. Mz. Chevalier .Legion 

of Honour (France). American Distinguished Service 

Medal 
ANDERSON, W. A. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) ,M. French 1903 

Medaille d'Honneur and Medaille des Epidemies 



28 CLARE COLLEGE 

^ANDERTON, G. E. A. Lieut., Lanes. Fus.; attd. M.G.C. [1914! 



(W.) M. 
Kille 



d in action 22 March 1918 
ANDREW, G. H. Instructor Lieut., R.N. M. 1895 

*ANGUS, R. E. Lieut., Ayrshire Yeo.; attd. R.F.C. [1914] 

Killed in action 20 Nov. 1917 
ANSELL, A. E. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.); Capt., 1904 

R.A.S.C. 
APPLETON, E. L. Lieut., Border Regt. and Training Res. 1897 

Bn. 
^APPLEYARD, W. Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. 1912 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 22 Aug. 1915 
ARDERN, L. Lieut., London Regt. (Surrey Rifles); attd. 1906 

Durham L.I. 
ARMITAGE, W. A. Capt., York and Lancaster Regt.; 1898 

Major, M.G.C. (Motor). (W.) D.S.O. M. 
ARMSTRONG, G. F. Pte., H.A.C.; Lieut., Labour Corps 1901 
ARNOLD, L. M. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1908 

ARNOLD, W. B. Lieut., Rifle Brigade. (W 2.) M. 1914 

ASPINWALL, G. R. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. (W 2.) 1911 

ATHERTON, Rev. E. C. C.F. ist Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1883 
ATTERBURY, H. H. Capt., Derbyshire Yeo.; Lieut., Gds. 1895 

M.G. Regt. (W.) 
AVERY, G. C. Instructor Cdr., R.N. Chevalier, Legion 1896 

of Honour (France) 
AYDON, J. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1906 

BAGGE,H.P. Major, Yorkshire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) M.C. 1898 

BAIKIE, R. Capt., R.G.A.(T.F.) 1910 

BAILEY, B.F. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 1909 

BAILEY, E. B. Lieut., R.G.A. (W2.) M.C. Mz. 1899 

Chevalier, Legion of Honour (France). French Croix 

de Guerre 

BAILEY, M. A. Capt., R.F.A. M.C. 1908 

^BAILEY, P. G. Major, R.F.A. 1905 

Killed in action 26 April 1917 

BAILEY, T. E. G. Capt., Yorkshire Regt. (W.) M.C. 1902 

BAKER, E. T. L. Lieut., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt.) 1913 

(W.) 

BAKEWELL, G. V. Major, R.A.M.C. O.B.E. M 2. 1906 

BALFOUR, R. N. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. 1900 

BANKS, W. E. H. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1914 

BARBER, H. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1905 

1 Killed in action in N. Russia after the armistice. 



CLARE COLLEGE 29 

*BARHAM, W. S. Capt., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 1914 

Died 10 Oct. 1915 of wounds received in action 
BARKER, K. E. M. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt.(T.F.Res.) 1896 
BARNES, J. E. Lieut., R.A.S.C. M. 1910 

BARRAN, C. A. Capt., Oxford and Bucks. L.I.; Asst. 1912 

Officer i/c R.F.C. Records. (W.) 

BARTLETT, Rev. D. M. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1892 
BARTON, W. J. Major, Norfolk Regt.(T.F.) ; Asst. 1893 

Officer i/c R.A.M.C. Records 
^BASS, V. A. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers 1907 

Killed in action 20 July 1916 

BASSETT, P. R. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. 1897 

*BASTOW, F. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. (W.) 1912 

Killed in action near Rheims 27 May 1918 
BATHER, E. J. Major, R.F.A. D.S.O. M 3. 1907 

^BAWDON, R. H. 2nd Lieut., S. Wales Borderers 1913 

Died 10 July 1915 of illness contracted on active service 
BAYLY, H. W. Major, R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. 1891 

*BAYNES, D. L. H. Major, R.G.A. M.C. M. 1905 

Killed in action near Ypres 14 Oct. 1918 
BAZETT, S. C. Major, Indian Army; empld. Govt. of 1893 

Burma 

BEALEY, R. N. Capt., R. Fusiliers and Training Res. Bn. 1880 
BEARD, R. H. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1915 

BEARDMORE, W. J. M. Capt., Gordon Hdrs. (W.) 1913 

BECK, B. R. Pte., Australian A.M.C. 1898 

BECK, E. W. T. Capt., R. Fusiliers ; Staff Capt. ; Major, 1905 

S.O.2, R.A.F. (W3.) D.S.O. M.C. M2. 
BECK, F. G. M. Capt., R.G.A.(T.F.) 1901 

^BECKETT, P. A. Pte., Middlesex Regt. ; 2nd Lieut., Queen's 191 1 
Own (R.W. Kent Regt.) 
Killed in action 14 Feb. 1917 
*BEDALE, Rev. C. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1898 

Died 8 March 1919 of illness contracted on active service 
BEDALE, F. S. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) (W.) M.C. M. 1905 
BELL,D.W. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt.; Major, M.G.C. 1905 

M.C. 

BELL, J. H. Capt., Hampshire Regt. M.C. 1905 

*BEMROSE, R. H. Lieut., R.F.A. M.C. 1915 

Died 7 Nov. 1918 of wounds received in action 25 Sept. 
1918 

^BENJAMIN, J. A. Capt., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1911 
Regt.) 
Killed in action 5 July 1916 



30 CLARE COLLEGE 

BENJAMIN, R. N. Capt., R. Fusiliers. (W 3.) M.C. 1912 

BENNETT, H. C. L. Capt., N.S.W. Bn., Australian Force 1909 

BENNETT, K. L. Sergt., Australian Infy. (W.) 1902 

^BENSON, C. D. Pte., R. Fusiliers 1913 

Died of wounds received in action Feb. 1917 

BERNEY-FICKLIN, A. T. M. Major, Norfolk Regt. (W.) [1914] 

M.C. M. 

BERRY, H. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1900 

BEST, J. Cadet, O.C.B. 1914 

*BEVAN, C. B. Capt., Suffolk Regt. (W.) 1912 

Killed in action 20 July 1916 

BEVERIDGE, G. 2nd Lieut., Gordon Hdrs.(T.F.) (W.) 1910 

BICKET, T. B. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) ; empld. War Office. 1910 

(W.) M.C. 

BIGGS, E. K. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) ; attd. R.G.A. 1901 

BIGNOLD, C. S. Pte., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1907 

BILLINTON,H. L. Lieut., Lanes. Fus. ; Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1913 

(W.) 

BILTON, C. H. E. Capt., Highland Cyclist Bn. 1908 

^BILTON, E. B. Capt., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) M. 1906 

Killed in action at Achiet-le-Petit 14 March 1917 

BIRCH, J. R. Capt., R.E. (London Electrical Engineers, 1902 

T.F.) 

BIRD, S. 2nd Lieut., Dorset Regt. 1906 

BIRKBECK, M. Lieut., R.N.A.S. 1910 

BIRNSTINGL, C. A. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers 1913 

BISCOE, V. F. Capt., London Regt. (L.R.B.) 1905 

BISHOP, P. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1913 

^BLACK, G. D. A. Lieut., R. Fusiliers [ I 9 I 4] 

Killed in action 21 June 1916 

BLACK, J. N. Major, Somerset L.I. M. 1913 

Killed in action 9 April 1917 

BLACK, R. B. 2nd Lieut., 3rd Dragoon Gds.; Capt., 1896 

Middlesex Regt. and Spec. List (Recruiting Staff) 

BLACKBURNE, Rev. H. W. C.F. ist Class, R.A.C.D.; 1897 

A.C.G. D.S.O. M.C. M^. 

BLADON, J. W. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) 1909 

BLADON, M. W. B. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1913 

BLAIR, A. 2nd Lieut., R. Scots(T.F.) (W.) 1897 

BLATHERWICK, R. Capt., R. Scots Fus.; Capt. (A.), 1908 

R.A.F. (W2.) 

BLOCKEY, H. S. Capt., S. Staffs. Regt.; Major (Ad.), 1904 

R.A.F. (W.) m. French Croix de Guerre 

BLOW, A. E. Lieut., Spec. List, empld. Records 1913 



CLARE COLLEGE 31 

BODLEY, A. L. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.). M.C. 1909 

BoDVEL-RoBERTS, H. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1892 

BOLLAND, J. F. Cadet, O.C.B. 1917 

BOND, G. W. Major, S. and T. Corps, Indian Army. 1891 

D.S.O. Mz. 
BONHOTE, Rev. E. F. Lieut., Rugby School O.T.C.; 1907 

Pte., M.G.C. 

^BOSTON, L. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. ; attd. M.G.C. (W.) 191 1 
M. 

Accidentally killed at Alder shot 9 May 1916 
*BOTHAM, A. F. Gnr., H.A.C. ; 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. M. 1908 
Died 1 8 June 1917 of wounds received in action in E. 
Africa 

BOTTOMLEY, A. C. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1904 

BOTTOMLEY, R. A. A. Lieut.-Col., W. Yorks. Regt. (T.F. 1889 

Res.) ; empld. Ministry of National Service, m. 
BOUCHER, R. E. Capt., Leicestershire Regt.; Capt. and 1913 

Adjt., Tank Corps. M. 

BOULDERSON,G. Lieut.,S. and T. Corps, E. African Force 1908 
BOULTON, H. Lieut.-Col., I.M.S.; D.A.D.M.S. Brevet 1891 

Lieut. -Colonel. M 3 . 
BOULTON, R. J. Capt., Herefordshire Regt. and King's 1911 

(Shropshire L.I.) 

BOWCHER, F. H. Lieut., R.G.A. 1895 

BOWEN, T. S. Capt., Welsh Regt. ; attd. M.G.C. ; empld. 1910 

Admiralty 
^BOWLES, R. J. A. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. (W.) 1910 

Died 20 July 1916 of wounds received in action 
^BRADSHAW-ISHERWOOD, F. E. Lieut.-Col., York and Lan- 1887 
caster Regt. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. M. 
Killed in action at Zillebeke 8 May 1915. 
^BREWER, C. H. 2nd Lieut., Lanes. Fus. 1903 

Killed in action 4 Oct. 1917 
*BRIGGS, G. C. Capt., R. Scots Fus. M. 1896 

Killed in action on the Aisne 15-16 Oct. 1914 
*BRODIE, H. W. Capt., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) M. 1895 

Killed in action 13 Oct. 1915 
BRODIE, P. Lieut., Highland L.I.; Capt., Spec. List 1899 

(Bde. Bombing Officer). (W.) 

BROGDEN, G. A. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1887 

^BROGDEN, I. R. R. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1910 

Drowned on H.M. transport 15 April 1917 

, J. N. Lieut., R.F.A. 1911 

Killed in action 30 Nov. 1917 



32 CLARE COLLEGE 

^BROOKS, L. W. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt.; attd. Lincoln- 1911 

shire Regt. 

Killed in action in the Battle of Loos 25 Sept. 1915 
^BROTHERS, M. Capt., E. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.) 1901 

Killed in action 28 May 1917 
^BROWN, G. S. R. J. 2nd Lieut., R. Scots Fus. 1909 

Died 22 May 1915 of wounds received in action 
BROWN, J. D. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps 1903 

BROWSE, G. Colonel, I.M.S.; A.D .M.S. D.S.O. Brevet 1892 

Lieut. -Colonel. M 2. 

BRUNTON, A. Corpl., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1901 

^BUCKNELL, W. W. Trooper, K. Edward's Horse ; Lieut., [1914] 

R.F.A. (W.) 

Killed in action 10 Aug. 1917 

BURGES-BAYLY, A. R. Lieut., Herefordshire Regt. 1893 

BuRLisoNj.C. Capt. and Adjt.,M.G.C. (Motor). M 2. 1892 

*BURNAND, G. C. Lieut. (E.G.), R.F.C. 1901 

Killed in action 7 April 1917 

BURN-CALLENDER, F. Capt., R.F.A. M.C. 1907 

BURNSIDE, B. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. Mentioned in 1909 

French General Orders for saving life from drowning. 

French Silver Medal, 2nd Class 

BURRELL, E. M. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. 1911 

BURRELL, G. P. Major, Hampshire Regt. M.C. M. 1899 
BURRELL, H. A. Capt., Hampshire Regt. 1900 

BuRRiLL-RoBiNSON, W. R. Capt., Yorkshire Regt. 1903 

BURTON, G. E. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1911 

BURTON, P. M. A.B., R.N.V.R. 1890 

Buss, H. S. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1913 

BUTLER, E. N. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.); Capt., Spec. 1907 

List. M.B.E. 

BUTTANSHAW, C. Lieut., R.G.A. 1910 

*BYATT, H. V. B. Capt., I.M.S. 1901 

Died (i i March 1915} of wounds received in action near 

Neuve Chapelle 

BYATT, R. N. B. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1907 

BYRNE, M. G. M. C. Capt., Middlesex Regt. 1912 

>i*B YRNE- JOHNSON, J.V. Capt. and Adjt., Rifle Brigade. M. 1912 

Killed in action at Delville Wood 23 Aug. 1916 

CAMPBELL, B. P. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1900 

CAMPBELL, E. N. McC. Cadet, O.C.B. 1917 

CARDEN-ROE, W. R. Capt., R. Irish Fus.; Major, 1893 
G.S.O.2. M.C. M. 



CLARE COLLEGE 33 

CAREY, F. C. S. Lce.-CorpL, R.A.M.C.(T.F.); Major, 1901 

R.A.O.C.;D.A.D.O.S. 

CARR-FORSTER, E. W. Lieut., R.G.A. 1912 

CARTHEW, R. J. Hon. Colonel, R.F.A. (R. of O.);Lieut.- 1882 

Col., Gen. Staff, m. 

CARTMAN, J. P. C. Lieut., Dorset Regt. (W.) 1894 

CARVER, A. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1891 

CARVER, H., T.D. Capt., Cheshire Yeo. 1902 

CASEY, H. J. Major, R.G.A.(T.F.) M.C. 1903 

CASSIDY, M. A. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1898 

CAWTHRA, J. J. Capt., Canadian A.M.C. 1897 

CAZALET, R. G. Capt., I. A.R.O.,attd. iyth Cavalry. M. 1909 
CHAPPELL, H. S. 2nd Lieut., King s Own (Yorkshire 1906 

L.I.); Lieut., Res. Regt. of Cavalry and King's 

African Rifles 
CHAYTOR, A. H. Capt., London Regt. (Post Office 1888 

Rifles) ;A.D.C. 
CHAYTOR, D'A. Lieut.-Col., Canterbury Rifles, N. 1893 

Zealand Force; Cmdt., Administrative H.Q., Egypt. 

C.M.G. M 2. Order of the Nile, yd Class (Egypt) 

CHIBNALL, A. C. Capt., R.A.S.C.; Capt. (A.), R.A.F. 1912 

CHIGNELL, N. J. Lieut., Charterhouse School O.T.C. 1902 

CHINNECK, S. T. E. 2nd Lieut., Bradfield College O.T.C. 1895 

*CLAIRMONTE, G. E. 2nd Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt. [1914] 

Killed in action at Hulluch 25-26 Sept. 1915 
*CLARK, G. R. H. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers; Lieut., N, 1914 

Staffs. Regt. (W.) M. 

Killed in action near Baku 26 Aug. 1918 
CLARK, H. J. Lieut., Durham L.I.; Staff Capt.; empld. 1911 

War Office 

CLARK, Rev. S. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1888 

CLARKE, A. S. Major, R. Sussex Regt.; attd. Gen. Staff 1900 

^CLARKE, HAROLD M. Lieut., London Regt. (Poplar and 1907 

Stepney Rifles) 

Killed in action in the Battle of Loos 26 Sept. 1915 
CLARKE, HENRY M. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M. 1897 

CLARKE,H.T. Lieut.-Col., Worcestershire Regt. D.S.O. 1890 

and Bar. M 2. 
*CLAYE, G. W. Lieut., Cheshire Regt. 1912 

Died 29 March 1917 of wounds received in action 
CLAYTON, J. Capt., R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Service, T.F.) 1905 

M 2. Chevalier, Ordre du Merite Agricole (France) 
CLIFFORD, E. C. Major, R.F.A. (W.) D.S.O. M.C. 1908 

M2. 

C.U.W.L. * 



34 CLARE COLLEGE 

CLISSOLD, Rev. C. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1887 

COCKS, H. S. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1910 

COE, C. G. Major (T.), R.A.F. M.B.E. M. 1893 

^CoLE, L. S. 2nd Lieut., Cheshire Regt. 1909 

Killed in action 3 Oct. 1915 
COLLIER, A. C. 2nd Lieut., King's Own (R. Lancaster [1914] 

Regt.); Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. (P.) M. 
COLVILLE, N. R. Lieut., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs.; 1913 

Capt., Spec. List, empld. Ministry of Labour. (W.) 

M.C. M. 

CONSIDINE, H. H. Lieut., R.G.A. ; empld. Board of Trade 1905 
*CONSTANTINE, H. N. Capt., Yorkshire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1910 

M.C. 

Killed in action 27 May 1918 
CONSTANTINE, W. W. Major, Yorkshire Regt.; empld. 1905 

Ministry of Shipping. (W3.) M.C. M. 
CONWAY, S. V. Lieut., R.G.A. 1903 

^COOPER, A. L. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (St Pancras Bn.) 1913 

Killed in action at High Wood 15 Sept. 1916 
COPE, J. R. O. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1897 

COPE, W., M.P. Major, Glamorgan Yeo, 1888 

CORNELIUS, N. S. Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.) 1905 

COTT, A. M. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1906 

COTT, A. W. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1906 

COUSENS, R. B. Major, R.F.A.; Lieut.-Col., A.A. and 1898 

Q.M.G. D.S.O. M 4 . 

Cow, C. S. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1898 

Cox, R. B. 2nd Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.); 1912 

Capt., Yorkshire Regt. 

CRAMPTON, E. B. Lieut. (A.), R.F.C. 1899 

CRAMPTON, H. P. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1897 

CRICK, Rev. P. C.T. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D. ;D.A.C.G. ^1906 
CRITCHETT, G. M. Capt., London Regt. (Q.V.R.) ; empld. 1903 

War Office 
CROCKER, G. G. Lieut., 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons ; attd. 1912 

Gen. Staff (Intelligence). M.B.E. m. 

CROFTON- ATKINS, W. A. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1896 

CROSFIELD, Rev. A. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1887 

CROSHAW, F. P. Lieut., Yorkshire Regt.; attd. S. Wales 1900 

Borderers 
ACROSS, R. C. Trooper, Strathcona's Horse, Canadian 1911 

Force; Lieut., Dorset Yeo.; attd. S. Lanes. Regt. 

(W.) M. 

Killed in action 7 June 1918 



CLARE COLLEGE 35 

^CROSSLEY, A. H. Lieut., Herefordshire Regt. 1897 

Died 10 May 1917 of wounds received in action 9 April 

1917 
CROSSLEY, E. A. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1899 

Derby Regt.) (W.) 

CROSSLEY, F. M. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1904 

CROWE, D. M. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. and Nigeria 1911 

Regt., W. African Frontier Force. (W.) M.C. 
CROWTHER, H. O. Pte., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt., 1907 

T.F.); Capt.,I.A.R.O.,attd. ii9thlnfy. M.B.E. M. 
CRUICKSHANK, G. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) ; attd. R.E. (Sig- 1913 

nals). M. 

GUMMING, W. Lieut., Highland L.I. (W 2.) M. 1897 

CUNNINGHAM REID, A. See REID, A. CUNNINGHAM 
CURLING, W. G. Major, R.F.A.; empld. Ministry of 1898 

Munitions 
^CUTHBERTSON, E. H. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. (W.) 1907 

Died in Mesopotamia 24 July 1917 of sunstroke 
^CUTLER, E. T. 2nd Lieut., Essex Regt. 1905 

Killed in action 9 Aug. 1917 
CUTLER, H. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1893 

DAIN, G. R. Lieut, and Adjt., Sherwood Rangers; 1903 

Major, R.G.A.(T.F.) M.C. M. 
D' ALBUQUERQUE, N. P. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) 1912 

(W.) 
*DALE, A. P. Major, W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) 1898 

Killed in action 27 Feb. 1917 
DALTRY, R. W. O. 2nd Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. 1917 

(W.) 

DANIELS, Rev. A. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 1908 
DARBISHIRE, H. D. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) 1900 

DARBY, A. J. L. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1895 

DASHWOOD, H. T. A. Lieut., Grenadier Gds. 1896 

DAVEY, H. C. Lieut., Essex Regt.(T.F.) ; Capt., R. 1893 

Sussex Regt. (T.F.) 
DAVEY, H. N. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A.; Lieut., R.E.; Capt., 1907 

G.S.O. 3. M. 
*DAVEY,S.G. Major, Norfolk Regt.(T.F.) ; attd. M.G.C. 1912 

Killed in action 25 March 1918 

DAVID, M. Major, R.E. (R. Monmouth) D.S.O. M. 1895 

DAVIDSON, Rev. G. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1894 

*DAVIES, T. J. C. 2nd Lieut., Welsh Regt. [1914] 

Killed in action in the Battle of Loos 2 Oct. 1915 



36 CLARE COLLEGE 

DAVIS, C. E. J. Capt., Rifle Brigade 1898 

*DAVis, W. J. Lieut., Northumberland Fus.(T.F.) 1909 

Killed in action 30 June 1916 

DAWSON, C. P. Lieut.-Col. (ret.), attd. R.A.O.C. 1875 

DE COURC Y IRELAND , G . B . See IRELAND , G . B . DE COURCY 
DE FREITAS, D. A. A. 2nd Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt. ; 1913 

attd. E, Lanes. Regt. (W 2.) 
DE FREITAS, J. M. Capt., Gloucestershire Regt. (W.) 1909 

O.B.E. 
DELIUS, S. ST M. Capt. and Adjt., Yorkshire Dragoons. 1908 

M. 
*DENIS BROWNE, W. C. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. (Hood Bn., 1907 

R.N.D.) (W.) 

Died 14 June 1915 of wounds received in action in 

Gallipoli 

DEPREE, H. T. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1904 

DEW, J. W. Major, R.A.M.C. M.C. M2. 1906 

^DEWAR, A. Lieut., R.E. M. 1904 

Died 21 Dec. 1914 of wounds received in action near 

Ypres 

DINN, H. K. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W.) 1903 
*DOLBY, H. A. Pte., Middlesex Regt. (P.S. Bn.); Lieut., 1913 

Leicestershire Regt. 

Killed in action 7 May 1917 
*DONAHOO, M. G. Capt., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 1892 

M.C. 

Died 31 Jan. 1917 of wounds received in action 
DONNITHORNE, V. H. 2nd Lieut., Hampshire Regt. 1911 

(W.) M.C. 

DORLING, Rev. E. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1881 

DOTTRIDGE, C. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1903 

DOUGHTY, W. H. Lieut., Liverpool Institute O.T.C. 1905 
DOUTHWAITE, A. W. S. Lieut., R.G.A. 1907 

DOWNTON, A. M. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1906 

^*DRUMMOND-FRASER, H. R. Capt., Cheshire Regt. ; attd. 1913 

Herefordshire Regt. M.C. 

Killed in action i Aug. 1918 

DUCKHAM, T. H. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1906 

DUNCAN, M. M., T.D. Lieut.-Col., R.F.A.(T.F.) C.M.G. 1885 

M2. 

*DUNN, P. M. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. 1908 

Killed in action in India 3 Feb. 1917 

DURELL, C. V. Lieut., R.G.A. ; Staff Capt. M. 1900 

DYER, F. N. V. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1912 



CLARE COLLEGE 37 

*DYSON, H. A. Capt., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) (W.) 1912 
M. 
Killed in action 18 Nov. 1916 

EDWARDS, H. S. Capt., R.A.S.C. ; attd.The Queen's (R.W. 191 1 

Surrey Regt.) M. 

EDWARDS, R. H. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. ; empld. 1905 

Command Depot 

ELDERTON, M. B. Capt., R.G.A. 1903 

ELDERTON, T. H. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. (W.) 1905 

ELLIOTT, M. L. F. Capt. and Adjt., Gloucestershire 1909 

Regt. M.B.E. 

ELLIOTT, T. R. Colonel, A. M.S. C.B.E. D.S.O. M 3. *i9o8 

ELLIS, B. W. Capt., R.F.A. 1901 

ELLIS, D. W. Lieut., Scots Gds.; Major, Spec. List 1910 

(Chief Instructor, Corps Reinforcement Depot). 

(W.) Italian Croce di Guerra 

ENGLAND, F. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps and Gen. 1902 

List (A.P.M.) (W.) M. 

ENTWISLE, F. W. Capt., Manchester Regt.fT.F.) M.C. [1914] 

M. 

ENYS, C. R. S. Pte., Suffolk Regt. 1916 

EVANS, Rev. E. G. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D. 1888 

EVANS, H. J. A. Major, R.F.A. and Gen. Staff (O.C.B.) 1898 

M.B.E. m. 

EVANS, J. R. A. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.). M. 1913 

EVERS, Rev. M. S. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1906 

M.C. and Bar 
EWEN, J. F. B. Lieut., Gen. List, attd. Sherwood For- 1912 

esters (Notts, and Derby Regt.) M. 

EXSHAW, T. S. N. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1912 

fcFALLOWES,J.T. C. Pte., Canadian Infy.; Lieut., Suffolk 1910 
Regt. 

Killed in action 15 Sept. 1916 

FARIE, A. J. C. Major, R.A.S.C. 1901 

^FARMER, J. I. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1913 

Killed in action 9 May 1915 
FASSON, F. H. Capt., Scottish Horse and Remount Ser- 1896 

vice. M 2. 

FAULDER, T. J. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1889 

FAUQUET LEMAITRE, P. A. Cuirassiers of the Guard, 1906 
French Army 



38 CLARE COLLEGE 



, O. H. Capt. and Adjt., Leicestershire Regt. 1907 
Died 29 Sept. 1917 of wounds received in action 28 
Sept. 1917 

FERGUS, A. McF. H. 2nd Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. 1911 

FINDLAY, J. Capt., R. Irish Rifles. (W.) M.C. 1913 

FISCHER, F. N. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1886 

^FISHER, G. H. Pte., Canadian Mtd. Rifles; 2nd Lieut., 1906 
Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and Derby Regt.) 
Died 25 Oct. 1915 of wounds received in action 
FLEMING-BROWN, G. F. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt.; 1912 

Capt., O.C.B. 
FLETCHER, W. T. Capt., 97th Deccan Infy., Indian Army 1902 



FOLLIT, H. H. B. Lieut.-Col., Australian A.M.C.; 1900 

D.A.D.M.S. M. 

FORBES, J. F. Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs.; Staff Lieut. 1908 

FORD, H. J. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) 1879 

FORDE, C. L. Major, R.A.M.C. 1900 

FOWLE, Sir H. W. H. Colonel, S. African Defence Force ; 1890 

Provost-Marshal and Commissioner for Enemy 

Subjects. K.B.E. C.B.E. 
*Fox, R. W. Lieut.-Col. Devon Regt.(T.F.) M. 1885 

Killed in action in Mesopotamia 8 March 1916 
FRANKS, G. L. T. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1908 

FRASER, J. H. Lce.-CorpL, Highland L.I. 1897 

FRASER, T. Colonel, R.E.; Major-Gen. C.B. C.S.I. 1884 

C.M.G. Brevet Colonel. M 7. Order of the White 

Eagle, \th Class, with swords (Serbia) 
FREEBORN, J. H. R. Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt.; 1911 

Capt., Spec. List (Adjt., Vol. Bn.) 
FREEMAN, J. E. Lieut., Essex Regt.; Capt., Spec. List 1900 

(Bde. Bombing Officer) 

FROST, H. K. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) 1904 

*FROST, T. L. Capt. and Adjt., Cheshire Regt. M. 1907 

Killed in action near Ypres 28 March 1915 
FRY, K. R. B. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1901 

^FRY, L. H. Lieut., N. Somerset Yeo. and i9th Hussars. 1910 

M. 

Killed in action at Caix 9 Aug. 1918 
FURSDON, A. A. Capt., Devon Regt.(T.F.) 1914 



, G. H. Major, R. Irish Rifles. M. 1905 

Killed in action at Thiepval i July 1916 
GALLOWAY, W. D. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. M. 1907 



CLARE COLLEGE 39 

GARRARD, G. G. C. Pte., H.A.C. ; and Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) 1909 
GARROD, R. P. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (Rifles) [ I 9 I 4] 

Killed in action 22 May 1915 
GARSON, H. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) O.B.E. M.C. 1909 



GASCOIGNE, T. 2nd Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. 1900 

GASKELL, J. G. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.); attd. R.G.A. 1903 

GASKING, E. B. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps 1916 

GATEHOUSE, H. 2nd Lieut., R.E. and R.A.S.C.; Major, 1890 

Spec. List (Courts-Martial Officer). O.B.E. 
GAWLER, A. E. J. Lieut., Somerset L.I.(T.F.) 1912 

GAY, L. H. Capt., S. Lanes. Regt.; Major, R. Defence 1889 

Corps, m. 

GAYNE, A. A. A. Capt., Army Pay Dept. 1909 

GIBBS, J. W. Pte., London Regt. ; 2nd Lieut., R. Sussex 1901 

Regt. 

GIBSON, D. K. Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.); attd. R.A.O.C. 1908 
GIBSON, G. M. Pte., Canadian Force 1899 

GIBSON, W. F. A.B., R.N.V.R. 1914 

GIFFORD, R. E. Capt., Somerset L.I. ; Instructor in Mus- 1903 

ketry 
GILL, H. L. O. Trooper, Worcestershire Yeo.; 2nd 1913 

Lieut., Staffordshire Yeo.; Lieut., Gloucestershire 

Regt.; attd. R. Welsh Fus. (W2.) M.C. 

, N. 



H. Q. Assistant Resident, N. Nigeria 1898 

Died 1 8 Nov. 1914 of wounds received in action at 

Gazabu (Cameroons) 16 Nov. 1914 
GLYNN, E. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. (ist W. Gen. Hospital, 1892 

T.F.). m. 

GLYNN, E. H. Trooper, K. Edward's Horse 1912 

GLYNNE, A. Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. (W.) 1910 

GOING, T. H. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A.; Lieut., R.T.O. 1895 

>i*GoLDTHORPE, A. F. 2nd Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. 1913 

Killed in action 12 May 1917 
*GOODHART, E. J. Sergt., R.E. (Signals). D.C.M, M. 1913 

French Medaille Militaire 

Died April 1915 of typhoid contracted on active service 
^GORDON, E. P. Lieut., R.E.; attd. icvfth Rifles, Indian 1909 

Army 

Killed in action in Mesopotamia Nov. 1915 
GORDON, W. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) M. 1908 

GORDON BROWNE, H. H. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt.; 1893 

Lieut.-CoL, Somerset L.I.(T.F.); Administrative 

Cmdt. D.S.O. M2. 



40 CLARE COLLEGE 

GOULD, E. 2nd Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.); 1898 

Capt. and Adjt., Lovat's Scouts; attd. i2th Lancers; 

Capt., Spec. List (Intelligence Staff) 

GOULD, H. C. Trooper, K. Edward's Horse. (W.) 1911 

GOWANS, J., D.S.O. Hon. Lieut.-Col. R.A. (R. of O.), 1890 

empld. R.F.A. M 2. 
GRACE, C. R. Lieut., Lovat's Scouts; Hon. Lieut. (A.), 1905 

R.A.F. 
GRAHAM, G. L. 2nd Lieut., i8th Hussars; Capt. (A.), 1914 

R.A.F. D.F.C. Chevalier , Legion of Honour (France). 

French Croix de Guerre 
GRAHAM, G. W. Major, R.G.A.; Instructor of Artil- 1892 

lery 
^GRAHAM, R. L. Lieut., R.F.A. and R.F.C. (W.) M. 1914 

Killed in action 16 Sept. 1917 
GRAHAM-HODGSON, H. K. Corpl., R.E. (Signals) ; Capt., 1910 

R.A.M.C. 
*GRANDAGE, W. B. Lieut.-Col., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1899 

Died 14 May 1917 of wounds received in action 
GRANGER, E. H. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 1909 

GRAY, W. Capt., Yorkshire Regt. (W.) (P.) M. [1914] 

GREEN, B. B. Capt., Essex Regt. 1899 

GREEN, Rev. L. N. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. m. 1899 

^GREGORY, S. B. Lieut., Devon Regt.(T.F.) ; attd. Queen's 1913 

Own (R. W. Kent Regt.) (P.) 

Died at Mosul 3 June 1916 
GREGSON, C. D. Major, 20th Deccan Horse, Indian 1899 

Army 

GREIG, J. L. Major, Remount Service 1887 

GRIEVE, A. B. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1908 

GRIFFITH,A.L.P. Major,R.F.A. (W3.) D.S.O. Brevet 1905 

Major. M 4. 
GRIFFITH, R. Major, R. Welsh Fus.(T.F.); Lieut.-Col., 1892 

R.A.M.C. (W.) Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. Mz. 
GRONOW, W. H. 2nd Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. 1909 

GROSE, T. Capt. and Adjt., R.A.S.C. 1914 

GROSE, T. A. Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 1902 

GUILFORD, E. L. 2nd Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1903 

and Derby Regt.) 

GUSH, C. R. Lieut., R.E. (W.) 1913 

GUTHRIE, A. G. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) 1904 

GUTHRIE, N. B. Corpl., R.E. (Signals); Lieut., King's 1913 

(Liverpool Regt., Liverpool Scottish, T.F.). (W.) 
GYLES, W. H. K. Capt., R.E. (Railways). M 2. 1903 



CLARE COLLEGE 41 

HABERSHON, Rev. E. F. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1904 

!<HABERSHON, P. H. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1912 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

*HABERSHON, S. H. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt. (W.) M. 1908 

Killed in action 8-13 April 1918 

HABGOOD, G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1909 

^HAINES, F. P. Lieut., Leicestershire Regt. 1907 

Kitted in action 15 June 1917 

HALL, A. K. D. Major, Dorset Regt.; G.S.O. 3 1904 

HALL, H. Corpl., R.E. (Signals); Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1911 

HALL, J. A. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. 1905 

HALL, P. A. Major, Oxford and Bucks. L.I. ; Lieut.-Col., 1910 

R. Warwickshire Regt. D.S.O. M.C. M. Italian 

Bronze Medal for Military Valour 

HANSEN, J. C. Capt., Hampshire Regt. M. 1913 

HANSON, C. E. B. Major, D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1892 

Regt.) 

^HARBORD, J. Capt., Norfolk Yeo.; attd. Norfolk Regt. 1911 

(W.) M.C. 

Died 10 July 1918 of wounds received in action 

HARGREAVES, R. Q.M.S, H.A.C. 1899 

HARRIES- JONES, J. S. D. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1910 

HARRIS, A. F. S. Major, R.G.A.(T.F.) 1908 

HARRISON, W. J. Capt., R.G.A.; Asst. Proof and Ex- 1903 

perimental Officer, Woolwich Arsenal. M.B.E. m. 

HARROWING, W. W. 2nd Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. 1915 

HART, S. Major R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) M.C. 1907 

HARTCUP, G. H. W. Major, R.G.A. M.C. M. 1904 

HARTCUP, R. E. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1907 

HAWTHORNE, C. B. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1901 

HAY, J. A., T.D. Major, Inns of Court O.T.C. m. 1884 

HAY-ROBERTSON, J.W. Capt., Black Watch (T.F.) (W.) 1908 

M.C. and Bar 

HEDDERWICK, A. S. Capt., Spec. List, empld. Records; 1904 

Staff Capt. M. 

HEDDERWICK, G. Lieut., R. Scots; Major, Tank Corps. 1912 

M.C. 

HEDGES, A. D. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) [1914] 

HEELIS, J. R. Major, Manchester Regt.; attd. Welsh 1898 

Regt. (W.) M.C. A/3. 

HEGARTY, M. B. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1915 

*HELE-SHAW, H. R. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); 2nd [1914] 

Lieut, R.G.A.; Lieut. (A.), R.F.C. (W.) 

Killed in action 19 July 1916 



42 CLARE COLLEGE 

^HEMSWORTH, A. H. 2nd Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire 1913 

L.I.) 

Accidentally killed in motor accident 6 June 1915 
^HENDERSON, D. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1912 

Killed in action u Jan. 1915 
^HENDERSON, N. C. 2nd Lieut., Black Watch 1913 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

HENDERSON, R. K. 2nd Lieut., Grenadier Gds. 1903 

HENDRICKS, C. A. C. J. Capt. and Adit., King's Own 1902 

(Yorkshire L I.) (W.) M.C. 
HERRIOT, J. A. Capt., Northumberland Fus.; attd. 1904 

M.G.C. 

HERRMAN, L. C. Sergt., Middlesex Regt. 1913 

HESKETH, G. M.. Major, Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.) 1906 
HICKS, E. J. Sergt., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) 1910 

HIGGINS, L. G. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1912 

HILL, G. M. Capt., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1911 

Regt.). (W2.) M. 

HINDE, S. L. Major, R.A.M.C. M. 1881 

HODGE, D. S. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1894 

HODGE, E. H. V. Capt., I.M.S. M. 1902 

HODGSON, A. J. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) and 1906 

Spec. List (Courts-Martial Officer). (W.) m. 
HOLLAND, J. E. D. Capt., 5th (Princess Charlotte of 1898 

Wales's) Dragoon Gds.; Major, G.S.0. 2. (W.) 

D.S.O. M.C. M 3 . 

HOLMAN, A. F. Capt., D. of Cornwall's L.I. 1888 

HOLMES, A. K. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. 1900 

HoLT,H.D.G. Lieut., R. Fusiliers; attd. N. Staffs. Regt. 1913 

andR.F.C. (W.) 

HOOKER, C. W. R. Lieut., R.N.V.R. O.B.E. 1904 

HOOPER, F. H. Capt. and Adjt., R.F.A.; Major, R.F.C. 1905 

(W.) M. m2. 

HOPE, H. N. Lieut.. Grenadier Gds. 1902 

HOPKINS, Rev. N. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.; Chap- 1910 

lain, R.A.F. 

HORSLEY, G. Capt., R.G.A.(T.F.) [1914] 

HORSLEY, S. Major, R.G.A.(T.F.) IQOI 

frHosKYNS, H. C. W. Major, Lincolnshire Regt. D.S.O. 1893 

M. 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

HOTBLACK, H. S. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1908 

HOUSEMAN, E. A. Major, Indian Defence Force Med. 1891 

Corps 



CLARE COLLEGE 43 

HOWARD, J. C. Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt.; Capt., Spec. 1906 

List (Courts-Martial Officer) 

Ho WELL, J. H. Lieut., Pembroke Yeo. ; attd. Dragoon 1899 

Gds. 

HOWITT, A. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1898 

HUDSON, B. Major, R.A.M.C. 1896 

HUDSON, N. Pte., R. Fusiliers (Sportsman's Bn.) (W.) 1911 

(P-) 
HUGHES, E. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. (2nd London Gen. 1898 

Hospital, T.F.) O.B.E. 
HUGHES, E. L. Major, Northamptonshire Regt.; Lieut.- 1898 

Col., A.A. and Q.M.G.; Base Cmdt.,Taranto. D.S.O. 

O.B.E. M 4. Officer, Order of St Maurice and St 

Lazarus (Italy] 

HUGHES, O. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. 1908 

HUGHES, T. J. 2nd Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 1913 

HULBERT, M. L. Lieut., R. North Devon Yeo.; attd. 1905 

M.G.C. 

HuMPHRYS,R.P. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt., T.F.) M. 1909 
HUNT, E. G. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. (W.) 1898 

HUNTER, E. J. Capt., Suffolk Regt. (Cyclist Bn., T.F.) 1909 
HUNTER, M. J. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1909 

^HUNTER, N. F. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt.; attd. R. 1897 

Fusiliers 

Died 1 6 June 1915 of wounds received in action 
HUSSEY-MACPHERSON, L. F. Capt., Cameron Hdrs.; 1908 

empld. War Office and O.C.B. (W 2.) M. 
HUTCHINSON, G. C. Capt., Lanes. Fus.(T.F.); (W.) 1912 

M.C. M. 
^HUTCHINSON, J. G. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1915 

Killed in action 10 Nov. 1918 
^HUTCHINSON, L. G. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. (W.) 1912 

Killed in action 10 Sept. 1918 
HUTCHINSON, N. W. 2nd Lieut., R. Jersey Militia ; Capt. 1907 

and Adjt., R.A.S.C. m. 
HUTCHINSON, R. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1901 

IMBERT-TERRY, F. B. Lieut., Devon Regt. M.C. M 2. 1906 

INCHBALD, Rev. C. C. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

IONIDES, A. G. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1888 

IRELAND, G. B. DE COURCY. Capt. and Adjt., King's Royal 1913 

Rifle Corps. (W 2.) M.V.O. M.C. 

IRELAND- BLACKBURNE, C. G. C. M. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1909 
ISHERWOOD, F. E. B. See BRADSHAW-!SHERWOOD, F. E. 



44 CLARE COLLEGE 

JACKSON, A. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1886 

JACKSON, R.W. P. Major, R.A.M.C. M.C. M. French 1909 

Croix de Guerre 

JAMES, A. M. T. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) M.C. 1913 

*JEMMETT, C. W. Lieut, and Adjt., The Buffs (E. Kent 1905 

Regt.,T.F.) (W.) 

Killed in action 15 March 1918 

JOHN, D. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. M 2. 1906 

JOHNS, S. H. M. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1909 

JOHNSON, E. S. H. Pte., H.A.C.; Capt., R.A.O.C. 1899 

JOHNSON, R. F. Pte., H.A.C.; Capt., R.A.O.C.; 1910 

D.A.D.O.S. M. 

JOHNSTONE, C. M. Major, Dragoon Gds. (R. of O.) 1883 

JONES, H. LL. Major, Hussars; Lieut.-Col., Welsh Regt. 1905 

(W.) D.S.O. M2. Chevalier, Legion of Honour 

(France) 

JONES, T. E. Warrant Schoolmaster, R.N. 1910 

JORDAN, A. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1901 

KEAY, E. D. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1908 
*KEAY, J. G. 2nd Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt.(T.F.) 1914 

Died 2 July 1916 of wounds received in action 
KEIGWIN, W. S. 2nd Lieut., Welsh Regt. ; Lieut., Train- 1907 

ing Res. Bn. 
^KELSEY, W. Lieut., R.F.A. 1914 

Died 23 Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 14 July 

1916 
KENNINGTON, J. Major, Lincolnshire Regt. ; Lieut.-Col., 1894 

R. Warwickshire Regt. (W.) D.S.O. M.C. M. 
KENWORTHY, C. H. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1911 

KERBY,Rev.E.T. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) (W.) 1896 

M.C. M2. 
KERBY, P. W. Lieut., R.F.A. (T.F.Res.); empld. Army 1898 

and Navy Canteen Board 
KERR, J. F. Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. and Gen. List (Staff 1913 

Lieut.) (W.) 

KERR, M. J. D. Major, R.E. (W 2.) M. 1903 

*KiDD,J.N. Capt., 6th Dragoon Gds. (Carabiniers). (W.) 1899 

Killed in action 19 Jan. 1916 

KING, K. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1911 

KING, S. Major, Middlesex Regt.(T.F.) (W.) M'. 1902 

KIRBY, H. 2nd Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) ; Lieut. 1914 

(A.), R.A.F. (W.) (P.) M. 
KIRKE, G. G. Capt., Black Watch (T.F.) 1907 



CLARE COLLEGE 45 

KISCH, E. R. Capt., London Regt. (Kensington Bn.) 1905 

M.C. 

KITTERMASTER, Rev. D. B. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. 1896 

M.C. M. 

KLUGH, H. Lieut., R.N.V.R. D.S.C. 1881 

KNOWLES, C. K. Lieut., Dorset Regt. and Tank Corps 1911 

KNOX, B. Capt., R.H.A.(T.F.) 1910 

LADENBURG, A. L. Capt., R. Fusiliers 1888 

LANE, T. W. Lieut., R.F.A. 1912 

LANGDALE, K. M. Sapper, R.E. (Signals) 1903 

LAUGHLIN, C. E. H. Major, Leinster Regt.; Brigade 1877 

Major; Lieut.-Col., Hampshire Regt.(T.F.) ; empld. 

Ministry of Munitions. Brevet Major, m. 
LEACH, R. C. Capt., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.); 1908 

empld. O.C.B. (W 2.) M.C. M. 

LEATHART, P. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1895 

*LEES, T. P. Major, London Regt. (Q.V.R.) M.C. 1893 

Killed in action near Ypres 21 April 1915 
LE FLEMING, E. K. Hon. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1891 

LE FLEMING, J. Lieut.-Col., Kent Cyclist Bn.; Major, 1884 

Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt., T.F.) 

LEGGE-CURRIE, J. D. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1904 

LEHMANN, J. R. 2nd Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. 1909 
LEMON, G. T. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. 3oth Punjabis and 1904 

i04th Wellesley's Rifles; Staff Capt.; Major, D.A.D. 

Military Works. (W.) O.B.E. M2. 
*LEON, E. J. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (Post Office Rifles) 1914 

Killed in action 7 Oct. 1916 
LEONARD, H. V. Capt. and Adjt., E. Lanes. Regt. ; Capt., 1912 

Cheshire Regt. (W3.) M.C. and Bar. M. French 

Croix de Guerre 

LEVESON, W. E. Capt., R.G.A. M.C. *iSgz 

LEVY, L. A. Lieut., Spec. List. ; Capt., R.E. m. 1904 

LEWIN, H. W. Major, R.A.S.C. m 2. 1901 

^LEWIS, H. M. 2nd Lieut., Middlesex Regt. 1913 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 4 Nov. 1915 
LEWIS, L. H. Major, E. Lanes. Regt. (W.) D.S.O. 1912 

M.C. M. 
^LINDSAY, F. H. Major, London Regt. (London Scottish). i8oc 

(W.) M. 

Killed in action i July 1916 

LINFORD, W. A. M. Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. 1911 
LIPSCHITZ, J. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) 1912 



46 CLARE COLLEGE 

LLOYD, L. W. Lieut., 2ist Lancers; Capt. and Adjt., 1912 

Command Depot. (W.) 
*LLOYD, T. G. Capt., Welsh Regt. 1910 

Killed in action 10 May 1918 
^LLOYD- WILLIAMS, K. P. 2nd Lieut., Welsh Regt. 1914 

Killed in action 17 Oct. 1916 

LOMBARD, Rev. B. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1887 

LONGSTAFF, F. V. Major, E. Surrey Regt.(T.F.) 1899 

LONGSTAFF, G. C. Lieut., R.N.V.R. (Coastal Motor-boat 1903 

Service) 

LORING, R. W. Pte., H.A.C. 1905 

LOVELL, J. S. Capt., R.G.A. (W 2.) 1888 

Low, A. R. Major (T.), R.A.F. (Aircraft Production 1900 

Dept.) 

LOWCOCK, D. R. Pte., R. Fusiliers 1903 

LOWE, F. G. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. i3th Rajputs ; Adjt., 1902 

i7th Infy. Depot; Staff. Lieut. (Asst. Embarkation 

S.O.) M. 

LOWE, G. B. Surgeon-Lieut., R.N. 1911 

LOWNDES, Rev. R. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1901 

LUARD, S. o'A. 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. ; Lieut., 1912 

Cheshire Regt. 

LUBBOCK, I. Capt., R.G.A. (W.) 1910 

LUCAS, T. C. Major, R.A.M.C. 1895 

LUCY, R. S. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt.(T.F.); Major 1912 

(A.), R.A.F. A.F.C. 
>^LuMB, H. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); Lieut., 1905 

R.F.A. 

Died 8 Oct. 1915 of illness contracted on active service 
LUPTON, R. H. Capt., R. Sussex Regt. M.C. M 2. 1903 
LUPTON, W. M. Capt., I.M.S. M. 1907 

LUSHINGTON, Rev. F. DE W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1887 

MACARTNEY, M. E. Pte., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) 1902 

^McCLENAGHAN, A. B. P. 2nd Lieut., Wiltshire Regt. [1914] 
Killed in action 16 June 1915 

McCLURE, I.H. Capt., Spec. List; G.S.O. 3 (Intelli- 1910 

gence). D.S.O. M 2. Italian Croce di Guerra 
*McCosH, E. Major, Highland L.I. (W.) M.C. M 2. 1910 
Died 26 Sept. 1918 of wounds received in action 

McCRiRiCK, D. H. G. Capt., Somerset L.I. 1912 

McGEAGH, J. P. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1912 
Derby Regt.) ; attd. Nigeria Regt., W. African Fron- 
tier Force 



CLARE COLLEGE 47 

McGowN,T.W.M. Major, R.A.O.C.;D.A.Q.M.G. M. 1894 
MACHIN, B. W. Lieut., Black Watch 1888 

MACINTYRE, D. L. Capt. and Adjt., Cameron Hdrs. 1912 

M2. 

^MACKENZIE, B. M. S. Capt., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey 1908 

Regt.) 

Killed in action 22 March 1918 
MACKENZIE- KENNEDY, H. C. D. C. Lieut., E. African 1908 

Force; attd. N. Rhodesian Police 
*McKERROW, C. K. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1902 

Died 20 Dec. 1916 of wounds received in action 
MACKRILL, O. W. Air Mechanic, R.A.F. 1902 

MACLAREN, A. I. Lieut., R.F.A. M.C. 1907 

*McMiCHAEL, D. W. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); 2nd 1912 

Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. 

Died 17 April 1916 of wounds received in action 
MACNEE, E. A. Capt., M.G.C. M. 1904 

McNEiLL, A. H. Capt., King's Own Scottish Borderers 1902 

(T.F.) (W.) Order of Karageorge, tfh Class, with 

swords (Serbia) 

MACPHERSON, D. G. Lieut., Cameron Hdrs. (W.) 1912 

MACQUEEN, R. H. Capt,, R.A.S.C. O.B.E. M2. 1897 

^MAKANT, A. V. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.) 1909 

Died 14 March 1915 of wounds received in action near 

St Eloi 10 March 1915 
MAKANT, R. K. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.); [1914] 

A.D.C. (W.) M.C. and Bar 
*MALPAS, C. C. Seaman, R.N.V.R. (R.N.D.) 1909 

Died 10 March 1915 of cerebro-spinal meningitis 
MARRIOTT, C. E. Major, R.A.M.C. (sthN. Gen. Hospital, 1888 

T.F.) 
MARRIOTT, C. G. L. Trooper, W. Kent Yeo.; Capt., 1912 

The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt., T.F.) 

MARRIOTT, C. J. B. Capt., R.A.S.C. m. 1880 

MARSDEN, C. H. Major, Yorkshire Regt.; Chief In- 1894 

structor, School of Musketry, m. 

MARSHALL, E. A. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1911 

^MARSLAND, S. H. Lieut., Manchester Regt. 1910 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 7 Aug. 1915 
^MARTEN, C. P. Lieut.-Col., W. Yorks. Regt. and King's 1898 

Royal Rifle Corps. M. 

Killed in action near Flers 15 Sept. 1916 
MARTIN, Rev. E. W. L. Capt., Labour Corps 
MARTIN, Rev. H. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 



48 CLARE COLLEGE 

MASSER, B. R. Pte., H.A.C. 1901 

MASSER, C. S. and Lieut., Unattd. List, T.F.; A.D.C. 1910 

MATHEWS, J. K. Sapper, R.E. 1903 

MATRAVERS, F. G. Eng. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N. 1905 

MATTHEWS, J. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. M. 1908 

MAUFE, F. W. B. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W 2.) M.C. [1914] 

and Bar. M. 

*MAUFE, S. B. Major, W. Yorks. Regt. M. 1906 

Killed in action on the Somme 5 July 1916 

MAYALL, G. Capt., R.H.A.(T.F.) M. 1887 

MAYO, T. A. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1893 

MEDLYCOTT,W. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1896 

MEERES, Rev. B. H. Chaplain, R.N. *i892 

MELLIN, E. L. and Lieut., Labour Corps I 97 

MELLIN, G. L. Capt., London Regt. (W.) 1902 

*MELLIS, G. D. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) M. 1907 

Died 1 1 Dec. 1917 of wounds received in action 30 Nov. 

1917 

METHUEN, L. H. Capt., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs.; 1913 

Staff Capt. (W2.) O.B.E. M.C. M. 

MIDWOOD,R. Lieut., Montgomeryshire Yeo. and M.G.C. 1914 

Capt., Spec. List (P. and B.T. Staff), m. 

^MILLAR, A. L. Capt., Rifle Brigade 1906 

Killed in action 15 April 1918 

MILLER, H. M. Lieut., Spec. List; Staff Lieut. M 2. 1896 

MILLER, J. C. Major, Gresham's School, Holt, O.T.C. 1887 

MILLER, R. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) D.S.O. M. 1896 

*MiLLS, C. G. 2nd Lieut., Coldstream Gds. M. 1912 

Killed in action near Bethune 26 Jan. 1915 

MILLS, F. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1888 

MILNE, D. D. W. Major, Highland L.I.(T.F.); empld. 1906 

War Office; Major (T.), R.A.F. (Aircraft Production 

Dept.) 

MITCHELL, F. J. L. Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 1914 

^MITCHELL, F. M. Capt., i8th Hussars; attd. Worcester- 1910 

shire Yeo. M.C. 

Killed in action 2 May 1918 

MITCHELL, G. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1903 

MITCHELL, J. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1912 

MOGGRIDGE, C. D. Lieut., Spec. List (Graves Registra- 1887 

tion Commission) 

MONTGOMERY, H. R. G. Capt., Norfolk Regt. (W 2.) 1909 

M.C. 

MONTGOMERY, W. E. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. M.B.E. 1881 



CLARE COLLEGE 49 

MOORE, F. R. Lieut., R.E. (R. Anglesey). 1907 

MOORE, G. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M.C. M. 1904 

MORCOM, A. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1903 

MORGAN, O. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1907 

MORGAN, W. P. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1895 

^MORISON, D. R. 2nd Lieut., Wiltshire Regt. 1905 

Killed in action 13 March 1915 

MORLAND, D. M. T. Major, R.E.(T.F.) (W.) M.C. M. 191 r 

^MORRICE, W. W. Capt., Wiltshire Regt.; attd. Labour 1900 
Corps 

Killed in action 30 Dec. 1917 

^MORTIMER, E. Lieut., Northumberland Fus.(T.F.) 1898 

Killed in action at Ypres 26 April 1915 

^MORTON, E. A. Lieut., R.F.A. (R. of O.) 1897 

Died 6 Nov. 1918 

MORTON, J. F. A. See AMPHLETT-MORTON, J. F. 

MOURILYAN, Rev. C. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1901 

MUMFORD, C. G. 2nd Lieut., Essex Regt.(T.F.) 1912 

MUNDAY, E. Major, Lanes. Fus. (W 2.) M. 1909 

MUNRO, R. M. C. 2nd Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. ; attd. King's 1893 

(Liverpool Regt.) 

MURDOCH, A. J. Capt., Rifle Brigade. (W.) 1912 

NATHAN, J. Capt., R. Sussex Regt.(T.F.) 1907 

NEILD, W. C. Capt., Essex Regt.; empld. Ministry of 1910 

Labour. (W 2.) M.C. and Bar. M. 

NEILSON, W. Capt., Highland L.I. ; Major, Tank Corps. 1801 

(W.) (P.) 

*NESS, G. S. Lieut., R. Scots Fus. 1904 

Killed in action 10 Nov. 1914 

NEWNES, Sir F. H., Bart. Capt., Bedfordshire Regt. 1894 

NEWTON CLARE, E. T. Major (A.), R.A.F. D.S.O. 1901 

O.B.E. Chevalier, Order of Leopold (Belgium) 

NEWTON CLARE, H. J. Major, S.O. 2, R.A.F. Mz. 1906 

NEWTON CLARE, W. S. Capt. (Ad.), R.A.F. M.B.E. 1906 

NICHOLSON, G. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1890 

^NICHOLSON, G. C. N. Capt. (A.), R.F.C. 1904 

Killed in flying accident n March 1916 

NICHOLSON, R. S. Lieut., Spec. List (Recruiting Staff) 1889 

NIELSEN, E. E. M. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Regt. (W.) 1911 

NOBLE, A. H. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt., Liverpool 1906 

Scottish, T.F.) and M.G.C. (W.) 

^NORMAN, C. Capt., N. Irish Horse (R. of O.) 1898 

Killed in action 12 Feb. 1917 



C.U.W.L. 



50 CLARE COLLEGE 

NORMAN, R.E. Lce.-Sergt., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 1908 

Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. (W.) 
^NORTHROP, J. E. Fit. Sub-Lieut., R.N.A.S. 1913 

Killed in flying accident 2 March 1917 
^NOYES, J. C. Pte., Hertfordshire Regt. 1912 

Kitted in action 16 Sept. 1916 

ODLING, F. C. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1912 

OGILVIE, N. Pte., H.A.C. 1909 

OLDNALL,R.W. Major, R. Munster Fus.; Capt., Gen. 1889 

List (Town Major). (W.) 

OLIVE, G. W. Lieut., Oundle School O.T.C. 1904 

OLIVER, W. S. V. Lieut., Lanes. Fus. ; Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1910 

(W.) 
OPPENHEIM, W.,T.D. Hon. Major, R.E. (Signals, T.F.Res.) 1890 

M. 
*ORFORD, W. K. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) ; 2nd Lieut., 1913 

Manchester Regt. and Gen. List (T.M.B.) 

Killed in action on the Somme i July 1916 
ORPEN-PALMER, R. A. H. Lieut.-Col., Leinster Regt. 1896 

(W2.) D.S.O. M. 

OSBORN, E. B., T.D. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) M 2. 
OVENS, A. B. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. 
*OWEN, W. H. K. Lieut., Welsh Regt. 

Died i Oct. 1915 of wounds received in action 

PAGE, C. C. Capt., R.A.O.C. 
PALMER, C. Major, R.A.O.C. 
PALMER, N. ST C. Lieut., Hertfordshire Regt.; Capt., 

N. Staffs. Regt. (W.) (P.) 
PAM, E. A. 2nd Lieut., The Queen's (R.W. Surrev Regt.) 1911 

(W.) 
PANTER, A. E. Surgeon-Lieut., R.N.; Capt. (Med.), 1907 

R.A.F. (W.) 

PAREZ, C. C. T. Lieut., Spec. List (Staff Lieut.) 
PARKIN, R. C. Lieut., London Regt. (Blackheath and 

Woolwich Bn.) 
PARKIN, R. T. Lieut., Rifle Brigade; empld. War Office. 

(W.) 
PARNELL- SMITH, W. Capt., Victoria College, Jersey, 

O.T.C. 

PARRINGTON, N. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. (W 3.) M. 
PARRINGTON, W. F. Major, R.F.A. M.C. M 2. 



CLARE COLLEGE 51 

PARRY, A. H. Capt., Rifle Brigade; Staff. Capt. ; empld. 1910 

Ministry of Munitions. (W.) O.B.E. 
PARRY, D. B. Lieut.-Col., London Regt. (London Irish 1896 

Rifles) and M.G.C. (W.) D.S.O. M 3 . 
PARTON, E. G. Capt., London Regt. (Kensington Bn.) 1897 

and Gen. Staff (Draft Conducting Officer) 
PATERSON, K. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. and 9th Gurkha 1912 

Rifles, Indian Army 
^PATERSON, R. D. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.). (W.) 1911 

Killed in action 12 Oct. 1916 
PATON, W. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) ; empld. War 191 1 

Office. (Wa.) 

PAUL, R. Lieut., Cheshire Regt.; attd. T.M.B. (W.) 1915 
PAVEY SMITH, A. B. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M. 1905 

PEACEY, Rev. C. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1898 

PEACOCK, G. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1910 

PEACOCK, G. H. Lieut., Eastbourne College O.T.C. 1884 

PEAKE, E. G. Capt., R.A.S.C. ; Major, R.E. M. 1895 

PEARCE, A. H. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. M. 1911 

FEARLESS, H. N. Sergt., British Columbia Regt., Can- 1903 

adian Force. D.C.M. 

Killed in action near Ypres 24 April 1915 
PEGG, J. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C.; Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 1908 

PELLIER, C. DU C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1892 

PELLING, Rev. S. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M 2. 1904 
PELLY, Rev. R. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. m. 1905 

PEMBERTON, J. Lieut., Cheshire Regt.(T.F.) M 2. 1912 

PENISTAN, Rev. E. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1895 

PENNINGTON, Rev. C. G. T. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1893 

(T.F.) 

PHELPS, G. I. DE B. Capt. and Adjt., R.E. m. 1895 

PILCHER, E. M., D.S.O. Colonel, R.A.M.C.; Hon. Sur- 1884 

geon to the King; Professor of Military Surgery, R. 

Army Medical College. C.B. C.B.E. M.V.O. 

M 3. m. 
fcPiNFiELD, G. V. Lieut., 8th (King's R. Irish) Hussars 1913 

Killed in the Irish rebellion 24 April 1916 

PINKS, E. D. P. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. ' 1906 

PITT, G. NEWTON. Major, R.A.M.C. (2nd London Gen. 1872 

Hospital, T.F.) O.B.E. 
PITT, R. B. Lieut.-Col., R.E. M.C. M 3. Cavalier, 1907 

Order of the Redeemer (Greece) 
PLAYER, H. Lieut., Montgomeryshire Yeo. and M.G.C. 1890 

(Cavalry). 



52 CLARE COLLEGE 

PLEWS, H. W. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1907 

PLOWDEN, H. R. Capt., iyth Lancers. M2. 1907 

POLLARD, H. J. A. R.A.M.C. 1911 

POTTER, W. M. Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs.; Capt., Lanark- 1908 

shire Yeo. (W.) 

POWELL, H. M. Lieut., R.F.A. M.C. 1888 

*POWER-CLUTTERBUCK, J. E. Corpl., R.E. (Signals); 2nd 1913 

Lieut., R.F.A.; attd. R.F.C. (W.) 

Killed in action 25 June 1917 

POYNDER, E. G. T. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1903 

PRANCE, Rev. E. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1890 

^PRANKERD, R. P. Lieut., Warwickshire Yeo. and M.G.C. 1914 

Kitted in action 10 Nov. 1918 
*PREESTON, R. S. Gnr., H.A.C.; Cadet, O.C.B. 1904 

Died April 1916 of septic pneumonia 

PRICHARD, A. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1909 

PRICHARD, R. G. Major, R.E. M 2. 1907 

PRINGLE, J. S. Capt., R. Scots (T.F.) French Croix de 1901 

Guerre 
PROCTER, J. A. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1900 

Derby Regt.) and Gen. List (T.M.B.) 

PROCTER, R. A. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. 1909 

PRYCE JONES, A. W. Major, R. Welsh Fus. (T.F. Res.); 1889 

Lieut.-Col., Saskatchewan Regt., Canadian Force; 

attd. Gen. Staff. O.B.E. M. 
*PUCKRIDGE, C. F. H. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) ; Capt., 1913 

D. of Cornwall's L.I. 

Killed in action 28 March 1917 

PULMAN, W. P. Lieut., Somerset L.I. ; A.D.C. M. 1907 

*PYMAN, A. Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. 1913 

Killed in action 15 June 1915 
PYMAN, R. L. Gnr., R.G.A.(T.F.) 1900 

QUILL, J. J. Lieut., M.G.C. (Motor) 1902 

RADFORD, R. L. Capt., R.A.S.C. and R.F.A. (W.) 1908 

RAMSAY, J. G. Major, Cameron Hdrs.; Lieut.-Col., 1900 
A.A.andQ.M.G. (W.) D.S.O. O.B.E. M 2. Bel- 
gian Croix de Guerre 

RAMSBOTHAM, W. H. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. 1908 

RANKIN, R. Corpl., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) ; 2nd Lieut., 1898 

S. Staffs. Regt. M.C. MM. 
RAVENSHEAR, E. W. Major, R. Berkshire Regt. M 2. 1912 



CLARE COLLEGE 53 

RAWCLIFFE, D . M. Capt., Manchester Regt.(T.F.) ; Lieut. 1907 

(A.), R.A.F. 

RAWLENCE, A. R. Major, R.A.S.C. M. 1907 

READ, H. M. Lieut., R.E. (W 2 .) M.C. M. 1911 

READE, J. A. D. 2nd Lieut., St Edmund's School, Canter- 1893 

bury, O.T.C. 
REBSCH, R. F. W. Capt., S. Wales Borderers and Un- 1901 

attd. List, T.F. (W.) M.C. 
REED, H. L. Capt. and Adjt., Middlesex Regt.; Major, 1903 

Gen. List (Staff Capt.) 

REES, A. G. T. Lieut., R.F.A. M.C. 1911 

REES, G. M. T. Major, S.O. 2, R.A.F. O.B.E. 1905 

REEVE, A. E. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Regt. (W.) (P.) 1909 

REID, A. A. 2nd Lieut., R.E. I 94 

REID, A. CUNNINGHAM. 2nd Lieut., R.E.; Capt. (A. and 1913 

S.)R.A.F.; 8.0.3. (W.) D.F.C. A.F.C. M. 
REID, E. B. Lieut., R.F.A. (W 2.) 1914 

RHODES, F. A. Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding ioi<; 

Regt.) (W.) 

RICHARDS, H. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1903 

^RICHARDSON, E. B. 2nd Lieut., R.E. 1903 

Died 28 Oct. 1915 of wounds received in action in 

Gallipoli 
RICHARDSON, T. Capt., Gen. List, empld. Ministry of 1899 

National Service. O.B.E. 

RILEY, J. H. 2nd Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. 1879 

RINTOUL, A. J. Capt., Spec. List, empld. P. of W. Camp 1902 

ROBERTS, A. C. Pte., R.A.S.C. 1914 

*ROBERTS,C.Q. Corpl., R.E. (Signals) ; 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1912 

M. French Mddaille Militaire 

Killed in action 16 May 1915 

ROBERTS, FF. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) ; attd. R.A.F. 1907 

ROBERTS, H. T. LL. Capt., R.A.M.C. m 2. Order of 1901 

St Stanislas , 2nd Class (Russia) 
^ROBERTS, R. B. Trooper, Denbigh Yeo.; Capt., West- 1900 

morland and Cumberland Yeo. 

Died 13 Jan. 1918 of illness contracted on active service 
ROBERTSON, J. W. H. See HAY-ROBERTSON, J. W. 
ROBINSON, Rev. A. H. R. Chaplain, R.N. 1897 

ROBINSON, L. D. Lieut., R.G.A. 1902 

*ROBSON, Rev. E. G. U. Chaplain, R.N. 1901 

Drowned on H.M.S. Aboukir 22 Sept. 1914 
RODDAM, R. J. Lieut. -Col., Northumberland Fus. and 1876 

Spec. List (Staff Lieut.) O.B.E. M. m. 



54 CLARE COLLEGE 

ROE, J. C. Lieut., Lincolnshire Yeo. 1887 

ROGERS, A. L. Major, R.F.A. (W3.) D.S.O M. 1900 

ROPNER, L. Major, R.G.A. M.C. [1914] 

^RoscoE, T. LE B. Pte., S. African Infy. 1897 

Killed in action 18 Sept. 1917 

ROWE, E. F. Capt., Suffolk Regt. (R. of O.) 1884 

^RUTHERFORD, J. D. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1908 

Died 13 Sept. 1917 of tuberculosis contracted on active 

service 

RUTHVEN, J. ST C. 2nd Lieut., R.E. 1917 

SADLER, P. H. Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1914 

SALTER, M. A. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1915 

SALTER, R. E. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1911 

SAMUEL, C. H. Capt., Lanes. Fus. 1910 

^SASSOON, H. W. 2nd Lieut., R.E. 1905 

Died i Nov. 1915 of wounds received in action in 

Gallipoli 

SASSOON, S. L. Capt., Montgomeryshire Yeo. and R. 1905 

Welsh Fus. (W2.) M.C. 

SAUL, C. L. Lieut., Tank Corps. (W 2.) 1913 

SAUNDERS, A. G. Major, Bedfordshire Regt. ; attd. Essex 1908 

Regt. (W). m. French Croix de Guerre 

SAUNDERS, D.M. Capt. and Adjt., Bedfordshire Regt. M.C. 1912 

SAUNDERS, F. P. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1904 

SAWTELL, H. D. Lieut., R.A.O.C.; I.O.M. 3rd Class 1909 

^SCHOLEY, C. H. N. Capt., Rifle Brigade 1912 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

SCLATER,F.A. Capt., R.E. (Signals). O.B.E. M.C. Mz. 1912 

Italian Croce di Guerra 

SCOTT, J. H. Lieut., Scottish Horse; Major, Gen. Staff. 1892 

O.B.E. M. Order of the Nile, tfh Class (Egypt) 

SCOTT, H. W. Surgeon, R.N. 1902 

SCOTT, W. L. Lieut., R.N.V.R. D.S.C. 1910 

SCOWCROFT, H. D. Lieut., R.F.A. ; Lieut. (O.), R.A.F. 1912 

SCUTT, C. A. 2nd Lieut., Spec. List (Interpreter) 1908 

SEDDON, G. N. Capt., Suffolk Regt. (W.) M.C. 1912 

SEDDON, W. D'A. 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. 1910 

SEDGWICK, H. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. m 2. 1888 

*SEMPLE, W. D. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) ; 2nd Lieut., 1913 

King's Royal Rifle Corps 

Killed in action 29 June 1916 

^SENIOR, J. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt.; attd. R.F.C. 1911 

Died 9 May 1917 of wounds received in action 



CLARE COLLEGE 55 

SESSIONS, L. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) Italian Silver 1911 

Medal for Military Valour 
SESSIONS, R. V. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 1914 

Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 

SETH-SMITH, K. J. Capt., R.F. A.; Staff Capt. O.B.E. 1900 
SEWILL, J. W. 2nd Lieut., Army Cyclist Corps; Lieut., 1908 

R.E. (Spec. Bde.); empld. Ministry of Munitions 
SEWILL, R. W. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1911 

SHACKLETON, A. G. Hon. Capt. and Q.M., London Regt. 1914 

(R. Fus.) O.B.E. M. 

SHAW, C. R. Major, Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.) 1899 

SHAXBY, R. U. Major, R.A.O.C.; I.O.M. ist Class 1898 

SHEARD, M. H. Lieut., R.N.V.R. Officer, Order of 1908 

Nichan-Iftikhar (Tunis) 
*SHEARMAN,V. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S.Bn.); Capt., R.Scots 1907 

Killed in action 25 March 1918 

SHEPHERDSON, J. F. 2nd Lieut., Leys School O.T.C. 1913 
SHERLOCK, E. L. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1898 

SHOLL, A. E. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.). 1912 

(W.) 

SIDEBOTHAM, F. N. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1911 

^SIDEBOTHAM, J. N. W. Capt., Manchester Regt. 1909 

Killed in action 12 Oct. 1916 

SIDGWICK, H. C. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. O.B.E. M 2. 1896 
^SiLVERTOP,W.A. Capt., 20th Hussars. (W.) M.C. Mz. 1903 

Killed in action 27 Nov. 1917 
SIMPSON-HAYWARD, G. H. Capt., Oxford and Bucks. 1894 

L.I. (T.F.) 
iSissoN, G. Lieut., R.G.A. [ I 9 I 4] 

Died in Germany 20 Dec. 1917 of wounds received in 

action near Cambrai 30 Nov. 1917 
SissoN,H.A. Major, R.E. ; D.A.D. Gas Services. O.B.E. 1904 

M2. 

*SKIRROW,G. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) French Croix 1914 

de Guerre 

Killed in action 27 Aug. 1918 
*SLACKE, R. C. Major, The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.); attd. 1899 

The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) M. 

Killed in action 16 May 1915 
SLADE, E. A. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt. and Labour [1914] 

Corps 

SLADE, J. G. Capt. and Adjt., R.A.M.C. 1895 

SLANEY, J. N. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) and 1013 

M.G.C. (W.) 



56 CLARE COLLEGE 

SMITH, A. B. P. See PAVEY SMITH, A. B. 

SMITH, J. F. H. Capt. and Adjt., R.F.A. (W.) 1906 

SMITH, N. H. Capt., R.A.M.C.; Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1908 

D.S.C. 

SMITH, S. Pioneer, R.E. (Spec. Bde.) 1910 

*SMrra,W.G. F. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S.Bn.); Lieut., 1907 

N. Staffs. Regt. 

Died 5 July 1915 of wounds received in action 
SOMERVILLE, Rev. K. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. ; attd. 1909 

R.A.F. 
SORLEY, G. M. Capt., London Regt. (R. Fus.); R.T.O. 1910 

(W.) O.B.E. M2. 

SOUTHWELL, H. M. and Lieut., Highland L.I. 1910 

SPENCER, R. Capt., Denbighshire Yeo. and Tank Corps. 1901 

M.C. M 2. Chevalier, Legion of Honour (France) 
^SPITTLE, T. S. Capt., Monmouthshire Regt. 1903 

Died 2 Oct. 1917 of wounds received in action 
SPURRELL, H. W. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Capt. 1913 

M.G.C. (W 2 .) M.C. 
^STANFIELD, A. V. and Lieut., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey 1903 

Regt.) 

Killed in action 16 Aug. 1916 

STAVELEY, Rev. C. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

STEEDMAN, M. T. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1907 

STEPHEN, A. F. Lieut., R.G.A. M. 1907 

^STERNBERG, R. O. Corpl., R.E. (Signals); 2nd Lieut., 1911 

R.F.A. (W.) 

Died i July 1916 of wounds received in action 
STIRLING, F. Lieut., Hampshire Regt. 1897 

^STIRLING, G. S. Capt., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. 1905 

(R. of O.) and King's African Rifles. D.S.O. M.C. 

M. 

Died 26 Dec. 1916 of wounds received in action 
^STOODLEY, P. B. 2nd Lieut., Wiltshire Regt. 1912 

Died 9 Nov. 1916 

STORER, R. S. 2nd Lieut., Hertfordshire Regt. 1908 

STOREY, C. B. C. 2nd Lieut., Lanes. Fus.(T.F.) 1887 

*STORRS, J. P. 2nd Lieut., Cheshire Regt.(T.F.) 1908 

Died 8 Aug. 1917 of wounds received in action 
STRAIN, L. H. Lieut.-Col. (A.), R.A.F.; S.O. i. D.S.C. 1894 

M 3. Order of the Redeemer, tfh Class (Greece) 
STRINGER, C. H. Capt., Suffolk Regt. (Cyclist Bn., T.F.) 1905 

m. 
SWETE-EVANS, W. B. Major, R.A.M.C. 1891 



CLARE COLLEGE 57 

SWINSTEAD, N. H. Lieut., R.E. (Signals); empld. War 1911 

Office. M.B.E. m. 
SYME, D. A. Lieut., K. Edward's Horse; Capt., Tank 1913 

Corps. (W.) M. 
SYMINGTON, A. W. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps; 1911 

Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. (W.) M.C. M. 

>^TALBOT, C. E. C. 2nd Lieut., Somerset L.I. 1913 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 
*TANBURN, W. L. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. and Gurkhas [1914] 

Killed in action 13 April 1917 

TATHAM, C. F. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1906 

TAYLOR, C. P. Corpl., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1900 

TAYLOR, J. T. 2nd Lieut., Dorset Yeo. 1914 

TELFER, Rev. W. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D.; Cadet, 1905 

O.C.B. M.C. 
^TEMPERLEY, A. R. Pte., Northumberland Fus.(T.F.) 1907 

Died of injuries accidentally received while on duty 

26 Aug. 1914 

TEMPERLEY, H. R. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1899 

THA, R. R. H. O. Lieut., I.M.S. 1905 

THIRKILL, H. Major, R.E. (Signals). M.C. 1905 

THOMAS, H. J. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) (W 2.) ^1904 

M.C. 

THOMAS-PETER, G. F. Capt., D. of Cornwall L.I.(T.F.) 1901 
THOMPSON, S. W. Lieut., R. Scots Fus.; Capt. (A.), 1911 

R.A.F. 
OTHORNE, C. Capt., E. Surrey Regt. M.C. M. 1911 

Killed in action on the Somme 30 Sept. 1916 
^THORNTON, A. C. Pte., Canadian Force 1904 

Died at Bailleul 22 Nov. 1915 of wounds received in 

action 

THORNYCROFT, O. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1903 

THURSBY, P. H. Capt., R.F.A. M 2. 1913 

TIMINS, Rev. F. C. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. D.S.O. 1884 

M. 

TIPPER, G. H. Lieut., I.A.R.O. 1900 

TOLLER, T. E. 2nd Lieut., Leicestershire Regt.; Capt., 1904 

R. Munster Fus. M. 
^TooLis, J. H. Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. 1912 

Killed in action i July 1916 

TOONE, C. L. Capt., Cheshire Regt. and Gen. List (A.P.M.) 1896 
TOOTAL, F. E. O. Lieut., R.F.A.; Capt., Spec. List. 1895 

Chevalier, Military Order of Avis (Portugal) 



58 CLARE COLLEGE 

*TOPHAM, H. A. C. 2nd Lieut., Indian Army, attd. Welsh 1910 
Regt. 
Died 25 May 1915 of wounds received in action 24 May 

I 9 I 5 
TOZER, W. Capt., York and Lancaster Regt. (T.F.); 1913 

empld. War Office. (W 4.) M. 

TREADGOLD, C. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1899 

TRECHMAN, O. L. Major, R.G.A. M. 1902 

^TREVOR- JONES, E. E. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1914 

Killed in action on the Somme i July 1916 
^TREVOR- JONES, J. E. Capt. and Adjt., Rifle Brigade. 1914 

M.C. 

Killed in action 22 April 1918 
*TREVOR-ROPER, C. C. Capt., Hampshire Regt.(T.F.) 1904 

Died 3 Aug. 1917 of wounds received in action 
*TRIER, N. E. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 2nd 1907 

Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt.; attd. Yorkshire Regt. 

Died 6 Oct. 1915 of wounds received in action at the 

Hohenzollern Redoubt 1913 

TRINGHAM, Rev. H. R. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1894 
TROTTER, J. Capt., Highland L.I. (W.) M. 1913 

TROTTER, L. B. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1902 

TRUBSHAW, A. R. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.); Staff Lieut. 1913 

TRUBSHAW, C. S. Capt. and Adjt., R. Welsh Fus. 1908 

TRUBSHAW, H. E. Major, R.E.(T.F.). M. 1901 

TUFNELL-KLUG, M. W. T. Capt., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) 1903 

TURNER, J. T. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. 28th Light Cavalry 1899 
TWEDDELL, J. R. M. Lieut., Leicestershire Regt.; attd. 1899 

R. Defence Corps; Capt. (Ad.), R.A.F. 

UNWIN, W. N. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1897 

VAN DER BYL, C. F. Capt., i6th Lancers (R. of O.); 1894 

Major, Army Cyclist Corps. M. 

VANE, Hon. W. L. Hon. Colonel, Durham L.I.(T.F.) m. 1877 

VANRENEN, J. E. Lieut.-Col., R.E.; C.R.E. Brevet 1884 

Colonel. M. 

VATCHER, H. M. Lieut., R.E. and R. Jersey Militia. 1905 

M.C. 

VAUX, R. W. Pte., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 1910 

VESTEY, F. 2nd Lieut., Border Regt. 1911 

VESTEY, P. C. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. 1911 

VEY, D. C. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. M. 1908 

VEY, F. H. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1907 



CLARE COLLEGE 59 

^WAINWRIGHT, G. C. 2nd Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. 1913 

Died 22 Dec. 1914 of wounds received in action 
WALKER, C. E. Major, R.G.A.(T.F.) M.C. 1904 

WALKER, C. V. Cadet, O.C.B. 1905 

WALKER, G. A. C. Lieut., Inniskilling Fus. and Gen. 1912 

List, empld. R.E. (Signals). M.C. M. 

WALKER, J. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) (W.) M.C. M 4. 1902 
WALKER, V. A. Capt., Res. Regt. of Cavalry and Spec. 1901 

List; A.M.L.O.; D.A.D.R.T. Brevet Major 
WALLACE, H. L. Pte., Worcestershire Regt. 1917 

*WALLEY, G. S. Lieut. King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W 2.) 1911 

Died 20 Aug. 1916 of wounds received in action 
WALLINGER, E. A. Lieut.-CoL, R.F.A.; G.S.O. 2. (W.) 1897 

D.S.O. M 4. Chevalier, Legion of Honour (France). 

Officer, Ordre de la Couronne (Belgium). Belgian 

Croix de Guerre 
*WALLIS, E. P. Capt., R. Sussex Regt. 1912 

Killed in action 18 Oct. 1916 

WALLIS, W. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1902 

WALTERS, W. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1909 

WANE, H. B. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps 1909 

*WARD, F. W. Capt., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.) 1904 

Killed in action 9 Oct. 1917 
WARD,H.M.A. Major, R.G.A.; A.D.C. D.S.O. T.D. 1903 

M. 

WARD,W.H. 2nd Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. 1884 

WARLOW, N. F. Pte., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 1915 

WATSON, A. W. H. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps and 1911 

Gen. List (Brigade Major). D.S.O. M.C. M 2. 
WATSON, D. H. Lieut., ist Dragoons 1912 

WAUTON, A. D. B. Lieut., R.A.S.C. ; Capt., R.T.O. 1903 

WEAVER, F. W. H. Naval Transport Officer. O.B.E. 1898 
WEBB, J. C. Major, R.A.M.C. 1887 

WEBER, D. McR. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. 1906 

WEBER, H. G. Lieut., Bombay Garrison Arty., Indian 1903 

Defence Force 
^WEBSTER, J. R. Pte., H.A.C.; Capt. and Adjt., London 1899 

Regt. (R. Fus.) 

Killed in action 9 Sept. 1916 

WELLER, C. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1907 

WHATHAM, A. Capt., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) 1910 

and R. Defence Corps 
WHITAKER, G. H. 2nd Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.); 1908 

Lieut., M.G.C.; Hon. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. (W.) 



60 CLARE COLLEGE 

WHITE, A. K. G. Major, R.F.A.; G.S.O. 2. D.S.O. 

M2. 

WHITE, L. T. 2nd Lieut, R.G.A. 

WHITEHEAD, B. Major, R.A.M.C.; D.A.D.M.S. M.C. 

WHITEHEAD, C. M. Capt., King's Own (R. Lancaster 

Regt.) D.S.O. M.C. M 2. Chevalier, Legion of 

Honour (France) 
i WHITEHEAD, P. N. Trooper, S. African Light Horse; 

Capt., R.E. (W 2 .) M.C. M.S.M. 

Killed in action 21 March 1918 
WHITEHEAD, R. H. H. Capt., R.H.A.; Courts-Martial 

Officer. M.C. 
WHITFIELD, J. G. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt.(T.F.); 

Major, Spec. List (Cmdt., Reception Camp) 
WILCOX, Rev. A. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 
WILES, J. J. Capt. and Adjt., Wiltshire Regt.(T.F.) 
WILKINSON, C. L. G. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps 
WILKINSON, R. DU C. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 
WILKINSON, S. Capt., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) M.C. 
>i< WILLIAMS, C. J. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. 

Died 19 Dec. 1915 of gas-poisoning received near Ypres 
WILLIAMS, E. H. Y. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) 

(W.) 

WILLIAMS, Rev. H. F. F. Junior Chaplain, Indian Army 
WILLIAMS, N. S. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 
WILLIAMS, W. F. Lieut., R.E. (Signals). M.B.E. M. 
WILLOX, A. G. Lieut., Gordon Hdrs. ; empld. War Office. 

(W.) M. 

WILSON, A. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. (T.F.) (W.) 
^WILSON, A. E. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt. 

Died 3 Dec. 1918 of pneumonia contracted on active 

service 
WILSON, A. E. J. Major, Somerset L.I.; Lieut.-Col., 

A.A.andQ.M.G. D.S.O. M 3. Medjidieh, tfh 

Class 

WILSON, Rev. E. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
WILSON, G. H. A. Major, Unattd. List, T.F.; G.S.O. 3, 

War Office. O.B.E. M.B.E. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. 

m2. 

WILSON, Rev. K. F. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
WILSON, W. H. Pte., London Regt. (London Scottish); 

Lieut., Devon Regt.(T.F.) M. 
WILTSHIRE, H. W. Major, R.A.M.C. D.S.O. O.B.E. 1897 

M 2. Order of St Sava, \th Class (Serbia) 



CLARE COLLEGE 61 

WINTER, B. E. Lieut.-Col., Army Pay Corps; Staff 1875 

Paymaster 

WINTER, C. E. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1889 

WINTER, W. Pte., H.A.C. 1915 

*WiNTON, E. W. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1915 

Killed in action 15 Dec. 1917 

WOOD, A. R. Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.); Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 1914 

*WooD, P B. Lieut., R. Fusiliers 1904 

Killed in action 23 April 1917 

WOOD, S. R. Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 1905 

WooD,W.V. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. M.C. 1893 

*WOODHOUSE, Rev. D. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1902 

Died on active service 6 Oct. 1916 

WOODHOUSE, G. W. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1909 

WOOTTON, H. A. Capt., Spec. List; empld. Ministry of 1902 

Munitions. M.B.E. m. 

WORKMAN, R. Major, R. Irish Rifles. (W.) 1902 

WORSLEY, Rev. F. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

*WRAGG, N. J. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. (W.) 1909 

Died 1 8 July 1916 of wounds received in action 16 July 

1916 

WRIGHT, A. J. Capt., R.A.O.C.; I.O.M., 2nd Class. 1909 

O.B.E. 

WRIGHT, F. T. Lieut., R.E. (W.) M.C. 1909 

WYER, F. F. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1910 

WYNNE, R. O. Capt., Bedfordshire Regt.; Lieut.-Col., 1912 

King's (Liverpool Regt.). (W.) D.S.O. M 3. 

YEATMAN, F. D. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. (W.) 1908 

YOULL, G. B. Lieut., Northumberland Fus. (W.) 1897 

YOUNG, C. S. Major, R.F.A. ; Inspector, Woolwich 1897 

Arsenal. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel, m. 

YOUNG, K. R. 2nd Lieut., Lanes. Fus. ; Lieut., R. Welsh 1913 

Fus. 

* YOUNG, P. M. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) M. 1911 

Killed in action at Givenchy 10 March 1915 




CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE 



ADAM, D. BRUCE. See BRUCE ADAM, D. 

ADAMS, Rev. N. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1895 

ALFORD, Rev. C. S. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1903 

ALFORD, Rev. J. G., V.D. C.F. ist Class, R.A.C.D. 1866 

C.B.E. m2. 
ARNOLD, A. J., D.S.O. Bt. Colonel, Manchester Regt. and 1884 

R. Welsh Fus. C.B.E. m. 

^BARKER, W. Major, Worcestershire Regt. 1894 

Died 15 Aug. 1918 of wounds received in action 
^BARNES, J. E. T. Capt., Gloucestershire Regt. [ I 9 I 4j 

Killed in action 3 Feb. 1917 
BELL, R. H. Capt., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. (W.) M.C. 1906 

and Bar 
BERNARD, D. V. 2nd Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. Rid- 1913 

ing Regt.); Lieut., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) 
BOLD, T. A. and Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 1914 

BOOTH, W. R. Lieut., R.F.A. 1910 

BOULTBEE, B. ST J. 2nd Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt.; Lieut., 1913 
Northamptonshire Regt. ; Capt. (A.), R.A.F. M.C. 
M. 

BOURNES, G. H. CorpL, R.E. 1893 

^BowER, C. F. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1910 
Derby Regt.) 

Killed in action 13 Sept. 1917 
*BRAY, E. F. Lieut., R.N.A.S. [1914] 

Missing, presumed killed in action, 19 July 1917 
^BROWNLEE, W. M. 2nd Lieut., Dorset Regt. 1915 

Died 12 Oct. 1914 of pneumonia 



CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE 63 

BRUCE ADAM, D. Lieut., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. 1911 

and M.G.C.; attd. R.E. (Signals) 
^BRUCE LOCKHART, N. D. S. Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. 1913 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

BUCK, G. R. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt.(T.F.) 1909 

fcBuDGEN, R. G. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) 1913 

Killed in action 24 Aug. 1915 
*<BULLOCK, G. F. 2nd Lieut., S. Wales Borderers 1900 

Killed in action 31 July 1917 

*BuRGESS,D. Lieut.-Col.,R.A.M.C.(3rdN.Gen.Hospital, 1872 
T.F.) 

Died 17 Jan. 1917 

BUTLER, R. L. G. Capt., Spec. List ; Town Major, Ypres. *i9i3 
(W.) 

CAREY, R. S. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. O.B.E. M. 1901 

CASSIDI, F. L. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. J 97 

CAVE, T. S. Capt., R.G.A.; empld. Ministry of Muni- 1910 

tions 
CHADWICK, Rev. C. E. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D.; 1905 

D.A.C.G.; Senior Chaplain, R.A.F. (W.) M.C. 

M. m. 

CHAPPELL, F. E. Major, R.A.S.C. M. 1900 

CHRISTIE, R. G. Capt., R.E. M -$. 1913 

CHURCHILL, G. S. Capt., E. Surrey Regt. 1898 

CHURCHILL, H. E. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1912 

CHURCHWARD, Rev. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1908 

^CHURCHWARD, H. A. 2nd Lieut., London Yeo. (West- 1911 

minster Dragoons) ; attd. R.F.C. 

Killed in action 16 Aug. 1917 
CLARK KENNEDY, A. E. Lieut., The Queen's (R. W. 1911 

Surrey Regt.) ; Capt. ; R.A.M.C. 
^CLARKE, J. P. D. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. 1910 

Accidentally killed 1915 

COLLETT, W. G. Major, Rifle Brigade 1888 

COLLINS, E.G.W. Lieut., Wiltshire Regt. (W2.) M.C. 1913 
CONNINGHAM, W. F. M. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1909 
COOPER, H. O. Lieut., R.F.A.; Staff Capt. O.B.E. 1907 

M 2. French Croix de Guerre 
^COOPER, H. W. F. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers 1899 

Died 28 April 1917 of wounds received in action 
COPEMAN, S. A. M., T.D. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. (Sani- 1879 

tary Service, T.F.Res.) Order of St John of Jeru- 
salem 



64 CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE 

COULCHER, G. B. Pte., Durham L.I.; Lieut., R.A.S.C. IQOI 

M. 

CRAFT, H.B. Sergt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1904 

CRICK, G. H. Lieut., R. Scots ; Asst. Instructor in Gun- 1913 

nery; Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 

CRISPIN, A. E. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) 1894 

*CROSSE, R. G. Lieut., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt.) 1913 

Died 1 4 July 1916 of wounds received in action 

CROWTHER,W. C. Lieut., London Regt. (StPancrasBn.) 1904 

CULLEN, W. G. 2nd Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1914 

CuLLEY,G.C.H. Capt.,Norfolk Regt.; Capt. (A.),R.A.F. 1911 

*CUNNINGTON, E. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1908 

Killed in action 23 March 1918 

DARE, A. G. 2nd Lieut., St Lawrence College, Rams- 1902 

gate, O.T.C. 

DAVIES, Rev. P. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1908 

*DAVIES, T. A. M. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1912 

Killed in action i July 1916 

DAWBARN, G. R. Lce.-Corpl., R. Fusiliers 1912 

DAWES, Rev. A. W. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D. 1891 

*DAY, N. L. 2nd Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) 1913 

Killed in action 14 Sept. 1916 
*DEVEREUX, H. W. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1913 

Killed in action 26 June 1916 

^DIXON WRIGHT, Rev. H. D., M.V.O. Chaplain, R.N. 1889 

Died 31 May 1916 of wounds received in action in the 
Battle of Jutland 
DONALDSON, C. H. Rfn., London Regt.(L.R.B.) (W.) 1903 



*DOUDNEY, Rev. C. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1889 

Died 1 6 Oct. 1915 of wounds received in action 
DOUGHTY, E. C. Major, Suffolk Regt. ; empld. War Office 1888 
DRURY, Rev. W. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. M 4. 1895 
^DUCKWORTH, W. C. 2nd Lieut., Welsh Regt. ; attd. King's *i9io 
(Shropshire L.I.) 
Killed in action 8 Oct. 1918 

DUNLOP, C. C. Lieut., R. Scots 1907 

DURNFORD, Rev. F. H. C.F. 4th Class, Australian Chap- IQOI 

kins' Dept. M.C. 

*DYER, H. F. 2nd Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1904 
Regt.) 

Died 28 Aug. 1917 of wounds received in action 8 Aug. 
1917 



CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE 65 

EDDOWES, Rev. H. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.; attd. 1899 

R.A.F. 

ELWIN,W. D. Capt., R.E.(T.F.) 1899 
EVERETT, C. E. F. Pte., R. Fusiliers [1914] 

FARNSWORTH, Rev. C. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

FARRER,E.R.B. Capt.,R.A.S.C.;Major,D.A.D.Supplies. 1910 

M.C. M^. 

FINDLAY, J. G. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. 1902 

FISON, E. T. Capt., R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Service, T.F.) 1888 

FORSE, Rev. L. N. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (P.) 1903 

FOULSTON, S. V. Corpl., R.E. (Spec. Bde.) 1912 

GAITSKELL, M. H. Lieut., R.E. 1914 

GALER, F. B. Capt. and Adjt., London Regt. (Queen's) 1892 

GALER, R. V. Capt., London Regt. (Queen's) 1898 
GALLOWAY, A. Capt., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles); [1914] 

G.S.O.3. M.C. M. 

GARDNER, J. Lieut., R.G.A. 1899 

GATES, S. B. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) 1911 

GELL, Rev. E. A. S. Lieut., R. Fusiliers; Lieut.-Col., 1894 

Lanes. Fus. (W 2.) (P.) D.S.O. M.C. M. 
GILLIBRAND, A. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) ; Lieut., D. 1904 

of Wellington's (W. Riding Regt.) (W 2.) 
GLEDHILL,A. Lieut., Monmouthshire Regt. (W.) M.C. 1914 

GLEGG, A. L. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps I 9 I 4 

Killed in action 10 Aug. 1915 
GOOLDEN, D. C. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers 



GRABURN, G. N. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W2.) 1903 

GREEN, T. R. Pte., R. Fusiliers; Lieut. (K.B.), R.A.F. 1910 

GRIFFITHS, Rev. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1893 

HALL, A. F. Lce.-Corpl., Gloucestershire Regt. 1911 

HALL, A. L. Pte., Kent Cyclist Bn.; Lieut., Lanes. Fus. 1908 

HALL, J. T. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. ; attd. King's 1912 

Royal Rifle Corps. (W2.) m. 

^HAMILTON, J. 2nd Lieut., Border Regt.(T.F.) 1898 

Killed in action 5 Nov. 1916 

*HANNA, J. H. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (St Pancras Bn.) 1901 

Killed in action 20 Sept. 1917 

HARPER-SMITH, S. W. Q.M.S., R. Fusiliers ; 2nd Lieut., 1892 

Labour Corps 

HARRISON, F. E. Capt. and Adjt., R.F.A. M.C. and 1911 

Bar. M. 



C.U.W.L. 



66 CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE 

^HARSTON, F. N. Capt., E. Lanes. Regt.; Brigade Major. 1909 

M.C. M 2. 

Killed in action 22 April 1918 
HART, B. H. L. Capt. and Adit., King's Own (Yorkshire 101? 

L.I.) (W2.) 
HARVEY, G. T. B. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. Corps of 1910 

Guides; Major, Calcutta Bn., Indian Defence Force 
HARVEY, H. M. 2nd Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. and 1913 

R.G.A. 
HAVERS, C. R. Lieut., Hampshire Regt. ; Capt. and Adjt., 1908 

Tank Corps. (W.) M. 

HEATON, R. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1915 

^HEWITT, Rev. F. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.CJX 1893 

Killed in action near Vermelles 28 Sept. 1915 
*HiLL, W. R. Lieut., Durham L.I. (W.) M.C. and 1915 

Bar 

Died at Stralsund, Germany, 6 Nov. 1918 of blood 

poisoning 
HINDERLICH, A. A. W. Capt. and Adjt., R.G.A. (W.) 1912 

M. 

HODDER, F. E. Lce.-Corpl., R. Munster Fus. 1902 

HOLT, F. N. Capt., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent Regt.); 1912 

empld. Ministry of Labour 

HOOLEY, L. J. Corpl., R.E. (W.) 1912 

HOSKYNS, Rev. E. C. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) *i9i5 

M.C. M. 

HUNTER, C. J. Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt. (W.) M.C. 1907 
HUTCHINSON, J. H. Air Mechanic, R.A.F. 1912 

ILLINGWORTH, O. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. (W.) (P.) 1906 
ISDN, A. J. Lieut., Northumberland Fus. and Welsh 1911 

Gds.; attd. Gds. M.G. Regt.; Cmdt., School of 

Instruction 

JACKS, M. Lieut., E. Lanes. Regt.; Lieut. (Ad.) R.A.F. 1913 

^JAMES, E. S. P. K. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1906 

Killed in action 17 March 1915 

JAMESON, Rev. C. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

JEEVES, Rev. L. L. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. m. ^1910 

JENKINS, G. E. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. and The Queen's 1913 

(R.W. Surrey Regt.) 

JOMARON, A. C. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) 1912 

JONES, B.C. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. (W.) M. 1911 

JONES, R. R. P. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1905 



CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE 67 

JORDAN, G. P. 2nd Lieut., Essex Regt.(T.F.); Lieut., 1908 
Labour Corps 

KAIN, H. G. Lieut., R.G.A. 1913 

^KEATING, G. H. Pte., Middlesex Regt. (P.S. Bn.) ; Lieut., 1911 

Cambridgeshire Regt. ; Instructor in Bombing 

Killed in action 18 Sept. 1918 
KELHAM, M. H. C. Lieut., Durham L.I. ; attd. R. Defence 1907 

Corps. (W.) 

KEMP, K. M. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd, Baluchistan Infy. 1903 
KEMPE, Rev. W. N. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

KENDALL, J. M. A. Capt., Norfolk Yeo. 1911 

KIRKCALDY, G. I. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1913 

KIRKPATRICK, R. M. Capt., Rifle Brigade and Gen. Staff. 1909 

(W.) 
^KNIGHT, E. A. 2nd Lieut., M.G.C. 1905 

Killed in action 24 Sept. 1917 

LA BROOY, M. V. T. J. Lieut., R.G.A. ; empld. Ministry 1913 

of Munitions 
!<LAING, A. T. Capt., Northumberland Fus. 1907 

Died 24 July 1916 of wounds received in action 
LAMBERT, W. Capt., R. Fusiliers; Major (K.B.), R.A.F. 1909 

m. 
LA MOTHE, H. D. Nigeria Regt., W. African Frontier 1909 

Force 
*<LANG, H. A. Major, Worcestershire Regt. M. 1893 

Killed in action in Gallippli 9 June 1915 

LAPORTE PAYNE, A. A. Major, R.F.A. (W.) M 2. 1909 

LAPORTE PAYNE, Rev. R. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

LART, C. E. Capt., Devon Regt.(T.F.) T.D. 1886 

LAST, F. W. 2nd Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. 1910 

*LA TOUCHE, D. D. 2nd Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) ; [1014! 

Capt., Welsh Regt. 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 8 Aug. 1915 

LATTEY, W. T. Lieut., R.F.A. 1904 

LAWRENCE, Rev. G. H. R.A.M.C. 1892 

LEAKEY, R. A. Capt., Indian Army; R.T.O. 1905 

, H. A. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. 1899 

Died 29 May 1915 of fever 

, A. J. Capt., R. Fusiliers. M. 1908 

Killed in action 31 July 1917 

L'ESTRANGE FAWCETT, A. W. Capt., Gloucestershire 1913 
Regt.; Major, M.G.C. (W.) M.C. 

52 



68 CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE 

1 LEWIS, A. M. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.) ; Lieut., Devon 1913 

Regt. ; Capt., 52nd Sikhs, Indian Army. (W 2.) Mz. 

*LiNG, L. S. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Regt. 1915 

Killed in action 4 May 1917 

LITTLE, A. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1909 

LOFT, Rev. E. W. B. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D. 1884 

LUCAS, Rev. R. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1892 

LYLE, R. C. Capt. and Adjt., R.A.S.C. M.C. M. 1906 



^MACINTOSH, H. M. Capt., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. 1911 
Died 26 July 1918 of wounds received in action 
CKAY, C. L. 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. 1913 

Died 7 June 1915 of wounds received in action 28 May 



MACLEOD, J. D. Capt., Cameron Hdrs. and M.G.C. 1913 

MAINWARING, C. L. Lieut., R.G.A. 1906 

MANSFIELD, Rev. J. Sergt., R.A.M.C. (2nd S. Gen. Hos- 1894 

pital, T.F.) 
^MARRIOTT, J. F. L. 2nd Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. 1907 

Died 26 Jan. 1915 of spotted fever 

MARSHALL, A. T. Lieut., Suffolk Regt.(T.F.) 1899 

^MARTIN, E. N. M. 2nd Lieut., 5th (R. Irish) Lancers 1898 

Killed in action 30 Sept. 1916 
MARTINDALE, R. G. Lce.-Corpl., R.E. (Fortress, T.F.) ; 1907 

2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 
MASTERS, Rev. F. G. C.F. 4th Class, Australian Chaplains' 1890 

Dept. 
^MATHEWS, A. Lieut., Cheshire Regt. 1913 

Died 14 April 1916 of wounds received in action 
MAUNDRELL, Rev. W. H. Chaplain, R.N. 1895 

MAWDESLEY, J. L. Sergt., London Regt. ; Capt., R.A.O.C. 1911 
MERRIMAN, Rev. H. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

MICHELL, Rev. E. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1896 

MILLS, E. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. and Northampton- 1910 

shire Regt.; Staff Capt.; Major, Military Governor 

of Gaza. (W.) O.B.E. M. 

MONTAGU, G. H. S. Lieut., London Regt. (W.) 1911 

2 MORTON, H. S. Capt., R.A.S.C.; Major, D.A.D. Quar- 1908 

tering, War Office. O.B.E. 
MOUNSEY, J. P. Lieut., Lanes. Fus. and King's African 1906 

Rifles 
MURRAY, D. C. L. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. M.C. 1908 

1 Killed in action against the Kurds after the armistice. 

2 Died of influenza shortly after demobilisation. 



CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE 69 

NEALE, F. S. Pte., R. Fusiliers; Lieut., M.G.C. 1913 

^NELSON, E. B. 2nd Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. Indian Infy. 1909 

Died 15 March 1916 of wounds received in action 

NEVINSON, G. R. G. Sergt., R. Fusiliers 1907 

NISBET, A. T. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1913 

NORRIS, W. H. H. Lieut., R.E.; empld. Ministry of 1903 

Munitions. (W.) 

*OKE, R. W. L. Capt., R. Berkshire Regt. *i9O4 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

OLDFIELD, Rev. H. D. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 1899 

MS. 

ONYON, R. R. Capt., E. Surrey Regt.(T.F.) 1906 

PAGE, C. H.W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1896 

PALLISER, W. F. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. 1911 

PALMER, Rev. S. C.F. ist Class, R.A.C.D.; A.C.G. 1874 

D.S.O. M.C. 

PARKER, Rev. H. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1894 

^PATCH, N. J. S. Pte., Australian Force 1892 

Killed in action n Oct. 1917 

PATTESON, C. Major (A.), R.A.F. (W.) M.C. M 2. 1909 

PAYNE, A. A. See LAPORTE PAYNE, A. A. 1909 

PEARSON, L. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 2nd 1895 

Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. 

PENZER, N. M. 2nd Lieut., Essex Regt. 1911 

PEROWNE, J. T. W., V.D. Lieut.-CoL, R.F.A.(T.F.) 1882 

PETTY, W. Lieut.-CoL, Seaforth Hdrs. (W2.) D.S.O. 1894 

M2. 

PICKTHORN, K. W. M. Capt., London Reet. (Civil Ser- ^1914 
vice Rifles); empld. War Office; Capt^O.), R.A.F. 

(W2.) 

^PIERSON, L. D. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. M. [ I 9 I 4J 

Killed in action 30 Oct. 1916 

POIGNAND, G. C. I. 2nd Lieut., Leinster Regt.; Capt. 1010 

R.A.S.C. 

POOR, J. DE C. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. S. and T. Corps 1906 

PRYOR,G.H.D. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W.) 1912 

PULLINGER, S. R. Capt., Leicestershire Regt.(T.F.) 1910 



QUENTIN, G. A. F. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps; 1900 
Asst. Officer i/c Records, m. 

RAVEN, G. E. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt.; A.D.C. (W.) 1912 
M.C. 



70 CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE 

*READ, Rev. E. O. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

Killed in action 3 Oct. 1918 
RECKITT, F. N. Lieut., Middlesex Regt.; Capt., Labour 1891 

Corps 
RESKER, Rev. B. A. Lee. -Corpl., London Regt. (Artists 1908 

Rifles) 

RICHARDSON, J. A. ST C. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. 1914 

RINTOUL, D. Colonel, Clifton College O.T.C. 1882 

RODGERS, Rev. H. N. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

ROWAN, A. Lieut., Spec. List (Staff Lieut.) 1905 
^ROXBURGH, J. H. Major, M.G.C. M.C. M. [1914] 

Killed in action 2 Oct. 1918 

ROYLANCE, P. Lieut., D. of Lancaster's Own Yeo. 1910 

RYOTT, T. G. Pte., M.G.C. 1899 

^SANDFORD, C. R. F. Capt., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I., 1913 

T.F.) (W.) M.C. 

Killed in action 22 Feb. 1917 
^SANKEY, W. M. Lieut., Monmouthshire Regt. (W.) 1914 

M.C. 

Died 23 March 1918 of wounds received in action 
SAYERS, L. D. W. Lieut.-Col., R.A.S.C. 1897 

SEDDON, A. D. Capt., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) 1908 

(W.) (P.) 

SELWYN, Rev. E. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. ^1909 
SELWYN, J. Capt., R.F.A.; A.D.C.; Staff Capt.; Major, 1911 

S.0.2, R.A.F. (W.) 

SHARP, Rev. G. F. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

*SHAW, R. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt., T.F.) 1910 

Killed in action 20 Sept. 1917 

SKINNER, E. F. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1899 

SMITH, Rev. F. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1893 

^SMITH, G. R. Lieut., Canadian Infy. 1902 

Killed in action 6 May 1917 
SMITH , W . CAMPBELL . Lieut .- Col . , London Regt . (Artists 1906 

Rifles); attd. R.E. (Spec. Bde.) M.C. Mz. 
SMYTH, Rev. J. W. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1893 
STEPHENS, A. R. Corpl., R.A.S.C.; Staff Capt. (W.) 1897 
STEPHENS, E. A. Corpl., Middlesex Regt. and M.G.C. 1901 

(W.) 
STEVENS, J. A. Lieut.-Col., Rangoon Bn., Indian Defence 1891 

Force. C.I.E. O.B.E. 
STUART PRINCE, D. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. Indian Army [1914] 

Clothing Dept. 



CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE 71 

SWANSTON, E. R. Lieut., R.E. 1911 

TEBBS, J. A. Lieut., R.F.A. 1910 

TELFER, R. G. Lieut., Border Regt.; Draft Conducting 1896 

Officer 
^TERRELL, F. W. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt. ; attd. Wor- 1912 

cestershire Regt. (W.) 

Killed in action 3 Sept. 1916 
THOMAS, T. G. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.);. Capt., 1904 

Spec. List (Bombing Officer) 

THOMPSON, J. C. Capt., Cameron Hdrs. (W.) 1899 

THOMSON, G. P. Capt., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey *K)i4 

Regt.) ; empld. British Military Mission ; attd. R.A.F. 

m. 

THOULESS, R. H. 2nd Lieut., R.E. (Signals) 1912 

TOOGOOD, Rev. J. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1890 

VAUGHAN, J. H. Lieut., R. Inniskilling Fus. ; attd. R.E. 1911 

(Signals). (W.) M.C. 
VIGGERS, Rev. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1909 

WARD, Rev. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1887 

WARD, B.C. L. Capt., London Regt.; Staff Capt. (W.) 1910 

M. m. 

WEATHERHEAD, R. Instructor Cdr., R.N. 1895 

*WEBB, A. H. 2nd Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt., T.F.) 1911 

Killed in action 23 June 1917 
WELLS, H. M. Lieut., R.E.; empld. Ministry of Muni- *i9i2 

tions 
*WHITTAM, M. J. G. Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. 1912 

Riding Regt.) 

Died ii Aug. 1915 of wounds received in action in 

Gallipoli 
WILBERFORCE,H.H. Lieut-Col., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) D.S.O. 1900 

M. 
WILLIAMS, G. D. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 1901 

Lieut., Essex Regt. 

WILLIAMSON, Rev. F. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1900 

WILLS, A. G. P. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 1910 

^WILSON, R. E. 2nd Lieut., Bombay Vol. Rifles 1904 

Killed in action in E. Africa 11 March 1916 
WILSON, Rev. T. Pte., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 1912 



72 CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE 

*WYNNE,E.E. Pte.,R.Fusiliers(P.S.Bn.);Capt., Leicester- 1013 
shire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 
Killed in action 8 June 1917 

YENCKEN, A. F. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) M.C. M. 1912 

YENCKEN, E. D. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. 1912 




DOWNING COLLEGE 

A-BECKETT, A. H. Capt., Australian Light Horse 1887 

ADAMS, E. T. Hon. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1900 

AHMAD, A. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1910 

AINS WORTH, C. G. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1907 

ALLEN, Rev. C. A. B. Chaplain, R.N. 1906 

ALLEN, W. L. Lieut., King's School, Chester, O.T.C. 1909 

ANDERSON, A. C. Capt., I. M.S. 1902 

ANDREWS, T. E. Lieut., R.F.A. 1914 

APPLETON, A. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1907 

* ASTON, W. D. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt. 1901 

Died 2 Nov. 1917 of wounds received in action 

ATKINSON, J. L. Capt., Quebec Regt., Canadian Force 1907 

BACK, N. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.); attd. 2nd Dragoons 1910 

(R. Scots Greys) 

BALDWIN, T. H. Lieut., Essex Regt. 1915 

BAINES, W. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1906 

BALL, G. R. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt.; empld. Ministry 1910 

of Munitions. (W.) 

BARLOW, P. Capt., Spec. List (Recruiting Staff) ^1893 

BARNARD, E. C. Lieut., Hertfordshire Regt. 1907 

BEDWORTH, A. C. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt. 1913 

BELL, J. A. Capt., Durham L.I.(T.F.) ; Staff Capt. (W 3.) 1913 

M.C. 

^BENNETT, S. G. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt. 1907 

Killed in action 20 July 1916 

BENNETT-EVANS, G. L. Capt., S. Staffs. Regt. (W.) 1905 

BOURNE, A. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1905 

BOWEN-DAVIES, J. Capt., Pembroke Yeo. ; attd. R. North 1894 

Devon Yeo.; Courts-Martial Officer 



74 DOWNING COLLEGE 

BOYER, G. W. B. Lieut., R.G.A. [1914] 

BRADBURY, J. B. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. (ist E. Gen. *i865 

Hospital, T.F.) 

BRAILEY, A. R. Surgeon Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. 1896 

BRAIMBRIDGE, C. V. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1911 

BREWIS, C. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1908 

BRINTON, R. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1879 

BROOK, R. Lieut., Manchester Regt. ; empld. Board of 1914 

Trade. (W.) 

BROWN, H. Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1916 

^BROWN, I. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1907 

Killed in action 15 Nov. 1916 

BROWN, S. V. Lieut., Liverpool Institute O.T.C. T 99 

*BRYAN BROWN, Rev. G. S. C.F., N. Zealand Chaplains' 1904 

Dept. (W.) 

Killed in action 4 Oct. 1917 

BRYANT, V. S. Major, Wellington College O.T.C. m. 1897 

^BUCHANAN, A. Pte., King's (Liverpool Regt., Liverpool 1910 

Scottish, T.F.) 

Killed in action near Ypres 16 June 1915 

^BURGESS, W. C. 2nd Lieut., Somerset L.I.(T.F.) 1909 

Killed in action 22 Aug. 1917 

BYRDE, E. H. Capt., Monmouthshire Regt. ; Major, Gen. 1905 

Staff. (W.) m. 

CHAPMAN, E. H. Capt., R.E. M. 1905 

CHOPRA, R. N. Major, I.M.S. 1903 

CLARK, O. A. P. Lieut., Northumberland Fus. (T.F.); 1913 

attd. R.E. (Spec. Bde.) (W.) 

CLARKE, E. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1879 

CLARKE, G. A. C. Capt., R.G.A. (W.) M.C. 1909 

CLIFTON, G. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1908 

COLE, Rev. T. E. F. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. *i884 

COLLINGWOOD, C. A. Lieut., Northumberland Fus.; 1909 

Capt., Spec. List (Courts-Martial Officer). (W.) 

frCoRKE, G. H. 2nd Lieut., Northumberland Fus. M. 1909 

Killed in action 17 Sept. 1916 

COTTON, C. K. Capt. and Adjt., Cheshire Regt. 1906 

COWELL, J. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1912 

CRAMPTON, G. P. Capt., Northamptonshire Regt.; attd. 1912 

9th Gurkha Rifles, Indian Army 

CROUCH, H. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 1909 

CUNNINGHAM, L. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1911 

CURL, S. W. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1893 



DOWNING COLLEGE 75 

CURZON, C. T. B. Paymaster Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1909 

DARE, A. J. Lieut., R.E. 1905 

DAVIES, D. G. Lieut., Welsh Horse and M.G.C. (Cavalry) 1910 

*DAVIES, F. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1903 

Killed in action 17 Oct. 1917 

DAVIES, G. B. Capt. and Adjt., 48th Pioneers, Indian 1902 

Army 

DAVIES, J. B. See BOWEN-DAVIES, J. 

DAVIES, J. T. Bdr., R.G.A. ^1914 

DAVIES,LL.J. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt.(T.F.) (Wa.) 1913 

DAVIES, R. L. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt., T.F.) 1909 

(W.) 

^DAWE, A. H. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1913 

Killed in action n April 1917 

DAY, C. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1908 

DEKKERS, L. A. Lieut., R.F.A. 1896 

*DEWAR, D. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. and M.G.C. M. 1912 

Killed in action 22 March 1918 

DICK, J. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1903 

DICKSON, A. N. Capt., I.M.S. M.C. 1907 

DICEY-JOHNSON, N. Lieut., R.A.S.C. (W.) *i907 

DIXON, W. E. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. m. 1902 

DODSON, F. K. Capt., E. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 1909 

DOUGLAS-HAMILTON, Rev. W. A. C.F.4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1887 

DUFFIELD, C. A. W. Lieut., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent *i9O9 

Regt.) M.C. 

*DUNKERLEY, H. Major, R.A.M.C. (W.) 1907 

Died 23 March 1918 of wounds received in action 

DUNSCOMBE, C. Pte., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1914 

DUNSCOMBE, N. D. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1915 

ECCLES, G. T. Capt., R.A.M.C. *i885 
EDMUNDS, C.H. Lieut., London Regt. (Surrey Rifles). (W.) 1908 

EHRHARDT, W. H. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt. (W.) 1911 

ELLISON, J. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1904 

^EMINSON, R. A. F. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps ; 1909 

attd. M.G.C. 

Killed in action 20 July 1916 

EVANS, D. A. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Regt. (W.) 1913 

EVANS, G. Colonel, I.A.R.O. (Agricultural Directorate), iqoi 

C.I.E. M. 

EVANS, G. L. B. See BENNETT-EVANS, G. L. 

EVANS, G. H. Pioneer, R.E. (Spec. Bde.) 1903 



76 DOWNING COLLEGE 

^EVERETT, W. W. Capt. and Adjt., Norfolk Regt. 1910 

Killed in action near Brancourt 8 Oct. 1918 

FIELDHOUSE, E. E. A.B.,R.N.V.R.(Hawke Bn., R.N.D.) ; 1908 

Paymaster Sub-Lieut., R.N.R. Cavalier, Order of 

the Crown of Italy 

FISHER, J., D.S.O. Lieut.-Col., I.M.S. m. 1893 

FONTAINE DE MAZINGHEN, A. Cpl., French Infy.; and 1912 

Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) French Croix de Guerre 
FORDHAM, W. H. Capt., R.F.A. 1902 

FORSYTH, A. B. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. ; Capt., Army 1912 

Cyclist Corps 

FOSTER, A. W. 2nd Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. 1912 

FREEMAN, P. Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 1905 

GABB, H. S. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1895 

GAINSBOROUGH, H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1912 

GARDNER, C. G. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. (W 2.) M.C. 1908 
GIBSON, N. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) (P.) 1910 

GILL, Rev. H. V. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. D.S.O. 1907 

M.C. M 2 . 

GINSBURG, H. H. See GAINSBOROUGH, H. 
GIRARD, D. L. M. Liaison Officer, French Army. French 1908 

Croix de Guerre 

GORDON- VAUDIN, Rev. C. G. Chaplain, R.N. *i88i 

GOULDEN, C. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. O.B.E. M. 1906 

GOULDEN, D. Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt. (W.) 1914 

GOULDEN, E. O. Lieut., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt.) 1913 

(W2.) M.C. 
GOWER, L. C. 2nd Lieut., S. Wales Borderers; Gnr., 1909 

R.F.A. (W.) 
GRANT,C.V. Pte.,R.A.M.C.;Lce.-Corpl.,R.E.(Meteoro- 1914 

logical Section) 

GRANTHAM, J. Lce.-CorpL, Malay Vol. Rifles 1909 

*GREEN, J. L. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) (W.) 1907 

U.dE, "For most conspicuous devotion to duty. Al- 
though himself wounded, he went to the assistance of an 
officer who had been wounded and was hung up on the 
enemy's wire entanglements, and succeeded in dragging 
him to a shell hole, where he dressed his wounds, not- 
withstanding that bombs and rifle grenades were thrown 
at him the whole time. Captain Green then endeavoured 
to bring the wounded officer into safe cover, and had 
nearly succeeded in doing so when he was himself killed." 
Supplement to The London Gazette, 5 Aug. 1916. 
Killed in action i July 1916 



DOWNING COLLEGE 77 

GREEN, S. J. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1908 

GREENE, G. W. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1895 

GREGORY, C. C. L. Sapper, R.E. (Meteorological and 1913 

Sound-ranging Sections) 

GRELLIER, E. F. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1905 

GRICE, J. E. Pte., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1912 

GUDGIN, S. H. Capt. (K.B.), R.A.F. 1907 

HALL, R. 2nd Lieut, Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 1911 

HAM, P. S. Capt., R.A.S.C.; attd. S. and T. Corps, 1910 

Indian Army 

HAMILTON, J. L. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.). (W.) M.C. 1908 

HAMMOND, J. Capt., Norfolk Regt. (W 2.) 1907 

HARDMAN, W. H. Pte., R.A.S.C. 1907 

*HARMER, G. 2nd Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt. 1914 

Killed in action n Aug. 1916 

HARRISON, F. Capt., R.G.A. M. 1912 

HART, N. B. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. 6th Gurkha Rifles. 1909 

M. 

HARVEY, H. W. Lieut., R.N.V.R. M. 1906 

HAYNES, H. G. L. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1896 

*HILLIARD, G. W. R.N.A.S. *i9o6 

Died Aug. 1915 of wounds received in action 

HILLS, T.W.S. Capt, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) (W.) 1897 

HIRSCH, F. B. 2nd Lieut, Durham L.I. 1917 

HONE, P. F. Capt, Welsh Regt. ; Staff Capt. ; Lieut.-Col, 1897 

Middlesex Regt. D.S.O. and Bar. M.C. and Bar. 

M. 

HOWLETT, J. M. Capt, Norfolk Regt.(T.F.); empld. 1907 

O.C.B. (W2.) M.C. 

^HUCKLE, H. W. 2nd Lieut, Cambridgeshire Regt. 1907 

Kitted in action 5 Sept. 1918 

HUNT, R. V. Major, R.A.S.C. and Outram's Rifles, ^1892 

Indian Army. M 2. 

HURST, N. V. Lieut, R.F.A.(T.F.) 1914 

HYDE, H. A. 2nd Lieut, R.G.A. 1910 

ISAACS, M. G. 2nd Lieut, R. Warwickshire Regt. 1911 

JARDINE, R. F. Capt, R. Warwickshire Regt. (W.) 1913 

JARVIS, H. E. G. A.B, R.N.V.R. 1909 

^JENKINS, D. J. C. Sergt, Canadian Infy. 1912 

Killed in action 8 April 1916 

JENKINS, W. L. Capt, R.E. M. 1915 



78 DOWNING COLLEGE 

JOHNSON, N. D. See DIGBY- JOHNSON, N. 
JOHNSON, O. G. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. (W.) 
^JOLLY, B. O. 2nd Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. 1913 

Died 9 Feb. 1917 of wounds received in action 
JONES, C. McC. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. 1911 

JONES, C. S. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. 1914 

JONES, E. LLOYD. Major, R.A.M.C. (ist E. Gen. Hospital, 1892 

T.F.) 

KAMINSKI,V. Aviation Corps, Russian Army. (W.) 1914 

KARN, Rev. J. C. Chaplain, R.N. 1908 

^KEARNEY, J. J. Trooper, Gloucestershire Yeo. 1902 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 21 Aug. 1915 
*KEESEY, G. E. H. Capt., Rifle Brigade. (W.) M. 1905 

Killed in action on the Somme 24 Aug. 1916 
^KEITH, A. J. 2nd Lieut., Middlesex Regt. 1912 

Killed in action on the Somme 14 July 1916 
KELLY, D. P. J. Capt., Connaught Rangers ; empld. War 1906 

Office. M.C. Belgian Croix de Guerre 

KERBY, W. M. Pte., Middlesex Regt. 1906 

KIRKMAN, R. W. Capt. Lanes. Fus.; Asst. Officer i/c 1909 

Records 
KNOWLES, R. Capt., I.M.S. (W2.) M 2. 1902 

LAKER, W. N. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt. and R. War- 1915 

wickshire Regt. 

LAMB, Rev. P. C. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.; Chaplain, 1907 

R.A.F. m. 

LAMBERT, J. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. O.B.E. M. 1898 

LANDER, P. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Service, T.F.) 1907 

M. 

LANGLEY, A. S. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. C.M.G. M. 1905 

LANSBERRY, H. G. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1910 

LAW, H. S. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1892 

LAYTON, D. H. Capt., E. Yorks. Regt. (W2.) M.C. 1907 

LAZARUS-BARLOW, P. Lce.-Sergt., W. Kent Yeo.; Pte., 1913 

R.A.M.C.; 2nd Lieut., Dorset Regt. and Tank 

Corps 

LAZARUS-BARLOW, W. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1884 

LEADER, H. E. Lieut.. Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1908 

Derby Regt.). (W.) 

LEGGE, R. J. Lieut., R.A.S.C. and R.F.A. 1906 

LEIGH, F. 2nd Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. 1911 

LEIGHTON, Rev. J. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 



DOWNING COLLEGE 79 

LEWIS, J. B. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1912 

LEWIS, M.M. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. and Gen. List (Asst. 1910 

Instructor, Command Depot). M.C. and Bar 
LEWIS, W. A. H. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1909 

LIDDLE, H. W. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps. 1909 

(W.) (P.) 
*LiNE, J. Y. A. 2nd Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt. 1914 - 

Died 13 March 1916 of wounds received in action near 

Neuve Chapelle 12 March 1916 

LINFOOT, G. C. Gnr., R.N. 1914 

LITTLEWOOD, A. Lieut., St Elizabeth College, Guernsey, 1908 

O.T.C. 

LLEWELYN, Rev. D. E. K. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 
LOGAN, M. J. S. Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. and King's Own 1900 

(R. Lancaster Regt.) 

LONDON, G. E. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt. (W.) 1908 

LONG, R. A. Lieut., R. Fusiliers; empld. Ministry of [1914] 

Munitions. (W.) 

MACDONALD BROWN, I. See BROWN, I. M. 

MACKENZIE, J. W. Lieut., R. Fusiliers; empld. Army 1912 

and Navy Canteen Board. (W 2.) 

McKERGOW, R. W. Major, Sussex Yeo.; Lieut.-Col., 1889 

Queen's Own (R.W.Kent Regt., T.F.) O.B.E. T.D. 

^MCLAREN, A. D. Pte., R. Scots 1908 

Killed in action 9 April 1917 

MAcTiER, J. C. Lieut., R. Glasgow Yeo. 1899 

MALLETT, F. J. Capt., R.E. M.C. and Bar 1909 

MARSH, C. J. Major, R.A.M.C. ^1912 

*MARSH, F. HOWARD. Hon. Colonel, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) *i907 

Died 24 June 1915 

MATHEWS, E. V. D. Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I.; 1913 

Lieut. (A), R.A.F. 

MATTHEWS, J. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 1896 

MILLER, D. C. Major (A.), R.A.F. 1912 

MILLER- WILLIAMS, E. J. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1910 

MILLWARD, G. D. Lieut., R.A.S.C. M. 1906 

MILWARD,H.H. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. and M.G.C. 1013 

(W2.) 

MONCKTON, F. H. Capt., R.E. 1911 

MORGAN, D. A. Trooper, Welsh Horse 1909 

MORGAN, D. F. Lieut., St Edward's School, Oxford, 1912 

O.T.C. 

MORGAN, H. A. Lieut., R.A.O.C. 1912 



8o DOWNING COLLEGE 

MOWLAM, H.J. Capt., Durham L.I.(T.F.); attd. Sher- 1907 
wood Foresters (Notts, and Derby Regt.) (W.) (P.) 

NEWMAN, F. C. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. M. 1902 

NEWMAN, L. F. Capt., R.A.S.C. m. 1906 
NICHOLLS, G. S. 2nd Lieut., R.E.; Staff Lieut. (Draft 1909 

Conducting Officer) 

NICHOLLS, L. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1904 

NICOLSON, L. G. Lieut., R.A.F. 1910 

NORMAN, N. F. Major, R.A.M.C. ^1905 

NORTH, J. F. A. Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. 1913 

OLIVER, E. G. Major, Essex Regt. and Gen. Staff. (W.) 1898 
OLLARD, J. W. A. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt.; Capt., 1916 

and Adjt. Northamptonshire Regt. 

ONTANON, C. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1905 

^O'REILLY, H. D. R. Pte., R. Fusiliers ; Capt., The Queen's [1914] 

(R.W. Surrey Regt.) 

Died 31 May 1919 of wounds received in action in 

Mesopotamia 
ORMROD, W. Capt., Lanes. Fus.; Brigade Major. M.C. 1909 



PASSANT, Rev. E. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1908 

PEAD, J.H. Surgeon Cdr., R.N. M. Chevalier, Legion * 1890 

of Honour (France). Order of St Stanislas, 2nd Class, 

with swords (Russia) 

PECKOVER, H. D. Cadet, O.C.B. 1917 

PETTY, M. J. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1906 

PHELPS, Rev. P. B. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1908 

PHILLIPS, D. I. W. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) 1909 

PHILLIPS, W. D. Pte., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1911 

PITT, W. J. Pte., Gold Coast Vol. Force 1906 

PORTEOUS, N. W. Capt., Palmer's School, Grays, O.T.C. 1910 

PORTWAY, D. Major, R.E. (Signals) 1906 

PREVOST, P. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. ; Cadet, R.G.A. 1902 

PRICE, A. F. M. Pte., Malay States Vol. Force 1901 

REA, D. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. M.B.E. 1913 

REDFERN, W. A. K. Capt., R.F.A. and Spec. List (Adjt., ^1907 

Graves Registration Units) ; Staff Capt. 

REECE, R. J. Surgeon Lieut.-Col., R.F.A. ; Hon. Surgeon- 1888 

Colonel, H.A.C. C.B. m. 



DOWNING COLLEGE 81 

REES, R. A. T. Major, Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.; attd. S. 1904 

Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 

REID, W. L. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1913 

ROBINSON, A. D. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1895 

ROBINSON, W. H. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1898 

ROTHFIELD, I. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) (W 2.) 1911 

M.C. 
GROUND, W. H. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1913 

Derby Regt., T.F.) 

Killed in action i July 1916 
^ROWLAND, S. D. Major, R.A.M.C. 1889 

Died 6 March 1917 of illness contracted on active 

service 

ROWSE, A. A. Lieut., R.E. 1907 

RUMSEY, C. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1908 

RUSHTON, W. F. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) I 97 

RUTHVEN, J. Capt., Monmouthshire Regt. 1910 

SAINT, A. P. Major, R.A.M.C.; D.A.D .M.S. M.C. M. 1908 
SAUNDERS, H. F. Capt., Railway Bn., Indian Defence 1904 

Force. (W.) 
SAVAGE, E. G. Major, Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt.); 1903 

empld. Ministry of Munitions. (W.) 
SELBY, E. J. Major, R.A.M.C.; D.A.D .M.S. O B.E. 1909 

Af 3 . ' 

SHELTON, Rev. R. N. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1903 

SHRUBBS, C. A. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1907 

SIMONS, E. Capt., S. Wales Borderers. M.C. and Bar 1904 
SINCLAIR, W. M. A.B., R.N.V.R. 1894 

SMITH, D. W. Corpl., R.A.F. 1917 

SOLVAY, M.A. Gnr., 2me Regt. d'Artillerie, Belgian 1916 

Army. Belgian Croix de Guerre 

SPERO, L. H. Rfn., London Regt. (L.R.B.) 1914 

SPOWART, W. C. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. S. and T. *i9io 

Corps. (W.) 

SPRAKE, G. G. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1915 

SPROAT, R. H. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. ; attd. R.E. ; Capt., 1913 

Spec. List (Cmdt., Anti-Gas School). Italian Croce di 

Guerra 

STARKEY, H. S. C. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) O.B.E. M. 1904 
STENNING, Rev. E. H. Capt., K. William's College, I. of 1906 

Man, O.T.C. 
*STERCKEMAN, P. Cpl., French Infy. (W.) (P.) 1909 

Died 15 Feb. 1917 of wounds received in action 

C.U.W.L. 6 



82 DOWNING COLLEGE 

STEVENS, H. L. Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1911 

STEWARD, S. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. D.S.O. M. 1897 

^STRATFORD, E. P. Lieut., R.A.M.C. #1903 

Died 20 April 1915 of wounds received in action near 

Neuve Chapelle 17 March 1915 
^STRINGER, G. M. 2nd Lieut., Cheshire Regt. 1911 

Accidentally killed 15 March 1915 
SURRIDGE, B. J. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.; empld. 1912 

Recruiting Staff 
SUTTON, W. H. R. Major, S. African Med. Service. 1900 

M2. 

TAFFS, L. H. Lieut., 84th Punjabis, Indian Army 1904 

TALPUR, MIR G. A. 2nd Lieut., Imp. Service Cavalry 1910 

Staff, Egyptian Army 

TAYLOR, A. E. Capt., Australian A.M.C. 1898 

TAYLOR, R. S. Major, E. African Med. Service 1899 

THACKER, C. R. A. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1908 

THODAY, F. A. Major, Devon Regt.(T.F.) 1907 

THOMAS, G. P. Pte., Welsh Regt. 1914 

THOMAS, H. H. Lieut., R.F.A.; Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 1904 

M.B.E. M 2. Order of the Nile, tfh Class 

(Egypt) 

THOMAS, M. E. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) (W.) M.C. and 1913 

Bar 

THOMAS, N. L. Capt., London Regt. (R. Fus.) (W.) 1911 

THOMSON, M. S. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1914 

^TOPHAM, M. Sergt., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.); 2nd Lieut., [1914] 

R.F.C. 

Killed in action 13 April 1917 

TREADGOLD, H. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1903 

TURNER, H. J. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. 1906 
TURNER, J. W. Lieut., Indian Army; Capt., Sherwood *i9O5 

Foresters (Notts, and Derby Regt.). M.C. M. 

VIGURS, C. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. *i892 

WAITE, W. F. Lieut., Lanes. Fus. and Spec. List (Re- 1904 

cruiting Staff) ; empld. Ministry of Food. (W.) M. 

WALKER, B. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1892 

WALKER, R. Capt., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt., T.F.) 1908 

WALLIS, R. L. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1904 

WALSH, E. S. Capt., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding Regt.) 1913 
andR.E. (W.) 



DOWNING COLLEGE 83 

WATTS, A. E. Capt. and Adjt., London Regt. (Kensing- 1909 

ton Bn.) 

WAUGH, G. E. Major, R.A.M.C. 1894 

WEBB, F. E. A. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) O.B.E. 1895 

Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. M 2. 

WEBB, F. H. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. (W.) 1912 

WHERRY, G. E. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. (ist E. Gen. Hos- 1878 

pital, T.F.). m. 

WHITBY, L. E. H. Capt., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent [1914] 

Regt.) ; Major, M.G.C. (W.) M.C. 

WHITING, M. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. O.B.E. M. 1904 

WHITMORE, C. J. R. Major, R.G.A. (W.) M.C. M. 1907 

WHITTINGDALE, J. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1913 

>^WHITWORTH, A. G. R. 2nd Lieut., Northumberland 1914 

Fus. 

Died of wounds received in action 21 March 1918 

WIDDICOMBE, E. P. Lieut., I.A.R.O. attd. Sappers and ^1898 

Miners; Capt., Spec. List; Major, R.E. M. 

WILCOCK, J.A. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) M.C. 1911 

WILDERSPIN, B. C. Lieut., Worksop College O.T.C. 1908 

WILKS, E. L. 2nd Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt. 1912 

(W.) 

*WiLL, J. G. Lieut., Leinster Regt.; attd. R.F.C. (W2.) 1911 

Killed in action 25 March 1917 

WILLIAMS, Rev. H. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) ^1892 

M. 

WILLIAMS, T. P. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt. ; Lieut., Welsh 1914 

Regt. 

WILLIAMS, W. J. P.O. Telegraphist, R.N.V.R. 1915 

WILLIAMS, W. P. G. Capt., I.M.S. 1899 

WILLIS, R. E. Lieut.-Col., British W. Indies Regt. 1906 

*WILTON, S. B. Capt., N. Staffs. Regt. (W2.) M.C. 1911 

Killed in action 14 March 1917 

WINFIELD, A. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1905 

WINFIELD, F. B. Major, R.A.M.C.; D.A.D.M.S. (W.) 1909 

O.B.E. M 2. French Croix de Guerre 

WITHINSHAW, J. W. Lieut., R. Scots and M.G.C. 1910 

WOOD, F. E. Capt., Malay States Guides Med. Service 1895 

WOOD, Rev. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

WOODHOUSE, R. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1911 

WOODS, R. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1911 

WORSTER-DROUGHT, C. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1906 

WORTLEY, H. A. S. Capt., R.G.A. M. m. 1904 

62 



84 DOWNING COLLEGE 

YORKE, G. O. and Lieut., Army Cyclist [ Corps ; Staff 1908 

Lieut. 
YOUNG, V. C. Lieut., R. Irish Rifles. (W3.) M. 1914 

ZAN, M. B. Subadar, Indian Army 1908 




EMMANUEL COLLEGE 

ABRAHAMS, A. Major, R.A.M.C. O.B.E. m. 1903 

ADDISON, N. H. Lieut., R. Fusiliers (R. of O.) 1900 

ADKIN, B. C. Capt., R.A.S.C. ; attd. Suffolk Regt. 1911 

AiNSWORTHj.M. Corpl.,R.A.M.C. and R.E. (Spec. Bde.) 1912 

ALLAN, F. L. Capt., Northumberland Fus. (W.) M.C. 1912 

M. 

ALLEN, Rev. F. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

ALLEN, Rev. J. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

ALLSOPP, Rev. F. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1895 

ALMOND, J. Capt. and Adjt., I.A.R.O., attd. Mohmand 1910 

Militia 

ALTOUNYAN, E. H. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. 1908 
ANDERSON, G. B. Capt., Middlesex Regt.; Major, R. [1914] 

Berkshire Regt. (W.) M.C. M. 

ANDERSON, L, A. P. Capt., I.M.S. (P.) M. 1906 

ANDRADE, E. N. DA C. Capt., R.G.A. ; empld. Ministry 1912 

of Munitions. M. 

ANDREW, G. W. M. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M. 1904 

ANGAS, D. T. Sub-Lieut., R.N.A.S. (W.) 1912 

^APPLEGARTH, T. W. Pte., R.A.S.C.; 2nd Lieut., Dur- 1912 

ham L.I. 

Died in Germany 9 Aug. 1918 of wounds received in 

action 3 June 1918 

ARMITAGE, W. J., T.D. Major, York and Lancaster Regt. 1886 

(T.F.); Garrison Musketry S.O. 

ARNOLD, E. C. 2nd Lieut., Eastbourne College O.T.C. 1887 

ARROWSMITH, R. Driver, H.A.C. 1912 

ARUNDEL, F. D. Capt., R.G.A. M. 1908 

*ASHBY, K. H. Corpl., R.E. (Signals) 1910 

Missing, presumed killed in action at Mons y i Sept. 1914 



86 EMMANUEL COLLEGE 

*ASHCROFT, F. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) 1905 

Killed in action at Armentieres 9 April 1917 
ATKINSON, J. C. Lieut., R.E. (Signals, T.F.) M.C. 1914 

* ATKINSON, M.L. Pte.,M.G.C. (Motor); 2nd Lieut., Tank 1907 
Corps 

Killed in action near Cambrai 20 Nov. 1917 
^ATKINSON, R. E. Lieut., Durham L.I.(T.F.) (W.) 1910 

Killed in action at Armentieres 20 Feb. 1916 
ATTFIELD, W. H. Lieut., Hampshire Regt.; attd. King's 1907 

Royal Rifle Corps 

ATTLEE, C. K. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1894 

ATTNEAVE, A. L. Sapper, R.E. 1914 

AYLWIN, W. E. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Capt., [1914] 
Bedfordshire Regt. (W 2.) M.C. M.B.E. m. 

BAINBRIDGE-BELL, L. H. Lieut., R. Munster Fus.; attd. 1912 

R.E. ; Hon. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. M.C. 

BAKER, Rev. A. T. B. Chaplain, R.N. 1897 

BALDWIN, H.J. Capt. and Adjt., R.A.M.C. (Sanitary 1899 

Service, T.F.) 
BALL, Rev. W. A. R. C.F. 4th Class, Canadian Chaplains 1 1904 

Dept. (W.) 

BALLINGALL,D.C.G. Major, R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. Mz. 1907 
BALY, H. Sergt., Canadian Hdrs. ; attd. Army Pay Corps 1893 
BAMFORD, A. J. Lieut, and Adjt., Armoured Motor Bty. ; 1904 

Capt., Gen. List, empld. R.E. (Field Survey Coy.) 

M.C. M2. 
BAMPFIELD, L. A. 2nd Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt.; Capt., 1901 

Gen. List; A.D.C. M.B.E. M 3. Italian Croce di 

Guerra 

BANKS, E. H. Capt., Cheshire Regt. 1903 

BARK , G . M . Lieut ., R . Warwickshire Regt . ; empld . War 1901 

Office. (W.) 

BARKER, F. A. Capt., I.M.S. O.B.E. M. 1900 

BARLOW, Rev. C. W. Chaplain, R.N. 1898 

BARNETT, F. S. G. Trooper, Gloucestershire Yeo. ; Capt. 1910 

and Adjt., R.F.A. M.C. M. 

BARRETT, F. G. Lieut., London Regt. (Surrey Rifles) 1906 
BARRITT, J. L. 2nd Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. ; Capt., R.E. 1911 

M. 
BARROW, H. E. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) and [1914] 

T.M.B. M.C. 
BARROW-IN-FURNESS, Rt Rev. Bishop of. C.F. 4th Class, 1896 

R.A.C.D. 



EMMANUEL COLLEGE 87 

BARTLETT, A. C. Corpl., R.E. (Signals) 1912 

BATCHELOR, B. W. Capt., Rifle Brigade. (W.) 1914 

BATES, Rev. H. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1900 

BATHURST, C. R. Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. ; empld. 1898 

Ministry of Labour. (W.) M. 

BAWDON, W. S. Pte., Australian Infy. 1910 

BAXTER,F.H. Capt., Portsmouth Grammar School O.T.C. 1892 

BEAMISH, Rev. C. N. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 180.6 

BEEVOR, R. B. Pte., London Regt. ; 2nd Lieut., Bedford- [1914] 

shire Regt. and R. Irish Fus.; Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 

Italian Croce di Guerra 

BELL, A. W. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) M.C. 1914 

BELLERBY, Rev. A. C. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

BELLHOUSE, S. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) (W 2.) 1913 

French Croix de Guerre 

BELLWARD, G. W. F. Lieut., Essex Regt. (T.F.) and 1910 

R.A.S.C. 

^BENGOUGH, J. C. Capt., Gloucestershire Yeo.; A. D.C. 1908 

M. 

Killed in action in Egypt 26 Feb. 1916 

BENNETT, H. H. G. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt.(T.F.) ; 1910 

empld. O.C.B. 

BENNETT, W. P. Lieut., Border Regt.; Capt., R.G.A. 1909 

(W.) 

BENSLY, Rev. W. J. Capt., Dorset Regt. ; Major, British 1893 

W.India Regt. D.S.O. M 2. 

BENSON, Rev. H. W. Cadet, O.C.B. 1910 

BENTLEY, J. D. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1910 

BENTON, D. Lieut., Manchester Regt. 1910 

BERGHEIM, P. Capt., R.G.A. ; empld. War Office. 1904 

O.B.E. M.C. 

BESCOBY, A. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Service, T.F.) 1905 

*BETTINGTON, A. F. Sqdn. Cdr., R.N.A.S. [1914] 

Killed in flying accident 12 Sept. 1917 

BEVAN-BROWN, C. M. Sergt., N. Zealand Med. Service 1909 

BIENEMANN, G. A. J. 2nd Lieut., Nigeria Regt., W. 1909 

African Frontier Force 

BIGGER, W. K. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 1909 

BIRD, A. K. Capt., Suffolk Regt.; empld. O.C.B. (W.) 1912 

BIRD, M. W. K. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1908 

BISPHAM, J. W. Capt., R.E. O.B.E. M 2. 1902 

Biss, H. C. J. Major, R. Irish Regt. 1889 

BISSETT, C. C. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. (Aircraft Production 1913 

Dept.) 



38 EMMANUEL COLLEGE 



C. 2nd Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. 1910 

Killed in action on the Somme 4 Sept. 1916 
BLAKISTON, A. F. Trooper, K. Edward's Horse; Lieut., 1909 

R.F.A. (W.) M.C. 
BLANCHARD, J. F. J. Corpl., K. Edward's Horse; Capt., 1911 

Canadian F.A. (W.) 

BLAND, B. S. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) (W 2.) 1909 

BLAND, C. Major, Leicestershire Regt. 1892 

BLOXHAM, L. A. Lieut., London Regt. (Kensington Bn.) 1914 

and Gen. Staff (Intelligence). (W.) 

BLUETT, D. C. Pte., R. Fusiliers; Capt., R.A.M.C. 1902 

BLUETT, T. L. C. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1903 

BOARDMAN, H. Pte., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt.) 1914 

*BODDINGTON, O. W. Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) 1907 

Killed in action 13 Oct. 1915 
BODDY, J. A. V. Lieut., Durham L.I.; Lieut. (A.), [1914] 

R.A.F. (W.) 
BOLINGBROKE, C. B. Capt., Norfolk Regt.; attd. Man- 1909 

Chester Regt. (W.) 

BOND, J. S. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1905 

BONNER, C. A. J. Capt., Lanes. Fus. ; empld. Ministry of 1905 

Labour. (W.) M. 
^BooTE, C. W. Capt., Cheshire Regt. 1908 

Killed in action 4-5 April 1916 
^BOSTOCK, G. E. Capt., R. Munster Fus. 1913 

Killed in action at Loos 30 Jan. 1916 

BOTTING, C. G. 2nd Lieut., St Paul's School O.T.C. 1889 
BOURDILLON, T. E. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. (W.) (P.) [1914] 
BOWER, H. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1907 

BOWES, G. B. Major, Cambridgeshire Regt. and Labour 1892 

Corps. T.D. 

BOWKER, R. C. S. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. ; Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1911 
BOWLE-EVANS,C.H. Colonel, I.M.S.; A.D.M.S. C.M.G. 1886 

C.B.E. M 3 . 

BOYD, Rev. H. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1895 

BRAUNHOLTZ, G. E. K. Corpl., Manchester Regt. 1906 

BRAYNE, W. F. Major, I.M.S. 1894 

^BREARLEY, A. J. Capt., Devon Regt.(T.F.) and R.E. 1909 

Killed in action 20 June 1917 

BREWER, J. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1906 

BRIGGS, H. W. 2nd Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt. ; Lieut., 1913 

R.A.F. 

R. S. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) 1913 

Killed in action 29 July 1915 



EMMANUEL COLLEGE 89 

BROOKE, J. 2nd Lieut., Dorset Regt. 1904 

BROOKES, H. V. Pte., Middlesex Regt. 1915 

*BROUGH, Rev. J. S. B. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1897 

Died ii Nov. 1918 of pneumonia 

BROWN, A.W. Lieut., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles, T.F.) 1913 

(W.) 

BROWN, H. C. Major, I. M.S. C.I.E. 1895 

BROWN, H. G. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1896 

BROWN, O. N. Pte., R.A.M.C.; attd. R.F.A. [1914] 

BROWNE, C. R. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. (R.N.D. and 1912 

Coastal Motor-boat Service). M. 

BROWNE, R. D. H. Cadet, O.C.B. 1887 

BRUTTON, J. C. Lieut., 8th Hussars (R. of O.); Capt., 1894 

Res. Regt. of Cavalry 

BRYANT, G. W. Lieut., Malay Vol. Force 1906 

^BUCKNILL, J. C. 2nd Lieut., Hampshire Regt.(T.F.) 1898 

M.C. M. 

Killed in action in Mesopotamia 21 Jan. 1916 

BURBIDGE, E. D'A. Capt., R.F.A. M. 1891 

*BURCH, R. S. Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1911 

Killed in action 28 June 1918 

BURKITT, F. Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt.; attd. R. Irish 1913 

Rifles. (W.) 

BURN, J. H. Capt., R.E. (Signals) 1909 

BURROWS, C. Major, R.A.M.C. (T.F.) ^1894 

BURTON, D. F. Lieut., Suffolk Regt.; Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1906 

(P-) 

BURTON, Rev. W. 2nd Lieut., Sir R. Manwood's School, 1904 

Sandwich, O.T.C. 

BUTLER, G. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.B.E. 1899 

BUTLIN, Rev. T. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

BYRON, H. Pte., R. Fusiliers; 2nd Lieut., R.E. 1893 

CARNEGY, P. L. ST C. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1894 

*CASS, L. F. Capt., R. Sussex Regt. 1897 

Killed in action 21 Dec. 1915 
CAUSTON, E. P. G. Surgeon Lieut., R.N.; Major, 1894 

R.A.M.C. O.B.E. m. 
CAVE-ORME, G. A. R. Capt., Spec. List, empld. Ministry 1886 

of National Service 
CHALLANDS, R. S. 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Yeo.; 1899 

Lieut. Grenadier Gds.; attd. Gds. M.G. Regt. 
^CHALMERS, H. S. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1913 

Died 29 Sept. 1917 of wounds received in action 



90 EMMANUEL COLLEGE 

CHAMBERS, E. L. Capt., Bedfordshire Regt.; Major, 1901 

Northumberland Fus.; Lieut. -Col., King's Own 

(Yorkshire L.I.) M. 
*CHANING-PEARCE, W. T. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 1904 

Killed in action i Oct. 1917 

CHAPMAN, E. J. C. Lieut., Spec. List (R.T.O.) M.C. M. 1896 
CHARTER, H. R. Lieut., E. Surrey Regt.; Major, R.E. 1909 

(Spec. Bde.) ; Chemical Adviser. M.C. 
CHAWNER, W. R. Capt., R.E. 

CHEETHAM, C. E. Capt., R.G.A. (T.F. Res.) ; empld. Min- 
istry of National Service 
CHILDS, A. E. 2nd Lieut., Somerset L.I.; Capt., R.E. 

(W.) 
CHRYSTALL,H.M. Lieut.,R.N.V.R.(HoweBn.,R.N.D.); 

Staff Capt.; Capt., R.E. (W.) M. 
CHUBB, C. Capt., R.A.S.C. 
CLARKE, Rev. H. S. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
CLARKE, L. B. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M. 
^CLIFFORD, A. C. 2nd Lieut., 3rd Dragoon Gds. (R. of O.) 

Killed in action at Ypres 2 June 1915 
COBB, Rev. F. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
*COBHAM, Rev. E. Pte., R.A.M.C.; C.F. 4th Class, 

R.A.C.D. M.C. 

Died 19 Sept. 1917 of wounds received in action in E. 
. Africa 

COHEN, Rev. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
COLLEY, W. H. Major, Yorkshire Regt.; Lieut.-Col., 

Manchester Regt. (W.) O.B.E. M. Chevalier, 

Order of Leopold (Belgium). Belgian Croix de Guerre 
COLLIE, A. E. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 
COLLINS, Rev. R. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. m. 
COLSON, Rev. F. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
^COLTMAN, R. L. 2nd Lieut., Coldstream Gds. ; attd. Gds. 

M.G. Regt. (W.) 

Killed in action near Cambrai 27 Nov. 1917 
CONACHER, H. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C.; Major, D.A.D. 

Army Printing and Stationery Services 
COOKE, E. R. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 
COOKE, H. L. Lieut., R.E. 
COOKSON, H. A. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 
COOMBS, H. M. McC. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M 2. 
COOPER, A. L. Lieut., Fettes College O.T.C. 
COOPER, H. Surgeon Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.; Lieut.-Col. 

(Med.), R.A.F. D.S.O. Belgian Croix de Guerre 



EMMANUEL COLLEGE 91 

COOPER-HUNT, Rev. C. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1908 

COOPER-HUNT, D. L. Lieut., Hampshire Regt.(T.F.) 1908 

COOTE, A. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1895 

CORNWALL, G. Lieut., Suffolk Regt.; Capt., Gen. List 1914 

(T.M.B.); Lieut. (K.B.), R.A.F. (W.) 

CORSER, J. S. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.) ; Lieut., Hamp- 1897 

shire Regt. 

COTTINGHAM, J. W. Pte., W. Yorks. Regt. (W.) 1912 

COWELL, Rev. J. B. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. M2. 1909 

COWIE, D. H. Lieut., R.G.A. 1910 

COXE, K. H. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. 2nd Gurkha Rifles. 1909 

M.C. 

COXON, T. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.) ; Capt., S. Lanes. 1913 

Regt. (W.) M. 

*COYNE, C.T. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. (W.) 1913 

Killed in action 27 Aug. 1917 

COZENS, F. C. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1911 

CRAIG, G. W. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) m. 1898 

CREIGHTON, W. R. Capt., R.A.S.C. M.C. M 2. 1896 

CREW, F. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1897 

CRISFORD, Rev. K. N. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1906 

M.C. 

CROFTS, J. M. Capt., E. Lanes. Regt. ; Major, Spec. List 1893 

(Chemical Adviser). M. 

CROMPTON, R. A. 2nd Lieut., K. Edward's Horse 1913 

CROOKE, R. H. A.B., R.N.V.R. (Hawke Bn., R.N.D.) 1907 

(W.) 

CROWTHER, H. N. Pte., Wiltshire Regt. 1902 

^CRUIKSHANK, G. L. Capt., Gordon Hdrs.; attd. R.F.C. 1908 

D.S.O. M.C. M2. 

Killed in action 15 Sept. 1916 

*CUBITT, V. M. Lieut., Norfolk Regt. 1906 

Killed in action at Suvla Bay 12 Aug. 1915 

CUCKNEY, J. Lieut., R.E. (Spec. Bde.) 1913 

CUMBERLEGE, B. S. Major, R.A.S.C.(M.T.) O.B.E. 1910 

M2. 

CUMMING, J. E. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) M.C. 1913 

CUTHBERTSON, Rev. J. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1900 

CUTTS, Rev. F. J. Hon. Chaplain, R.N. 1906 

DAMAN, T. W. A. Major, R.A.M.C. (4th N. Gen. Hos- 1887 

pital, T.F.) 

*DANDRIDGE, W. L. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1912 
Died 5 Oct. 1918 of wounds received in action 3 Oct. 1918 



92 EMMANUEL COLLEGE 

DANIELL, J. Pte., R. Fusiliers; Capt., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) 1897 
DAVENPORT, T. 2nd Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 1913 
and M.G.C.; Lieut., 4oth Pathans, Indian Army. 

(Wa.) 

DAVIDSON, W. W. Pte., Malay Vol. Rifles; Lieut., R.E. 1903 

(W.) M.C. 

DAVIES, Rev. J. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) (P.) 1904 
J. G. Capt., Welsh Regt. 1910 

Died ii Feb. 1916 of wounds received in action 

J. LL. Major, Essex Regt. 1901 

Died at Wesel, Germany ', of wounds received in action 
in the Battle of Loos 26 Sept. 1915 

DAVIES, J. LL. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1909 

DAVIES, J. S. H. Pioneer, R.E. (Spec. Bde.) 1913 

^DAVIES, L. F. ST J. Lieut., Norfolk Regt. ; Major,M.G.C. 1911 
(W 2 .) M.C. M. 
Died 10 Nov. 1918 

DAVIES-COLLEY, R. Colonel, A.M.S. C.M.G. m 2. 1899 
*DAVIS, H. N. 2nd Lieut., R.E. 1909 

Died 22 Feb. 1915 of wounds received in action 21 Feb. 

9S 

DAWE, L. S. Lieut., Hampshire Regt. 1 

R.N.V.R. 



DAWKINS, R. McG. Lieut., R.N.V.R. Cavalier, Order 1898 

of the Redeemer (Greece) 
*DAY, G. R. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt.; Capt., R. War- *i9i2 

wickshire Regt. (W.) 

Killed in action on the Somme 27 Aug. 1916 
DEED, N. G. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) M.C. ' 1907 

DENNEHY, H. G. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. loth Gurkha 1909 

Rifles 
DENNISTON, J. G. Lieut., K. Edward's Horse, empld. 1912 

Corps Cavalry Regt. 
DENTON-THOMPSON, B. J. 2nd Lieut., Gloucestershire 1913 

Regt.; Capt., Manchester Regt. (W 2.) M.C. 
DICKSON, F. J. C. Trooper, Essex Yeo. ; Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1908 
DOBSON, A. T. A. 2nd Lieut., Hampshire Regt.; Staff 1904 

Capt.; Major, S.O. 2, R.A.F. 

DODDS, Rev. M. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1902 

DODWELL, H. B. 2nd Lieut., R. Sussex Regt.; Capt., 1911 

R.A.M.C. 

DOGGART, H. Pte., R.A.S.C. 1904 

DONALDSON, Rev. J. T. Cadet, O.C.B. 1912 

fcDoRRELL, H. G. H. 2nd Lieut., Durham L.I. (W 2.) 1910 

Killed in action 3 April 1916 



EMMANUEL COLLEGE 93 

DREW, V. Lieut., Serbian Army. Order of St Sava, $th 1910 

Class (Serbia) 

DUCKET, A. A. and Lieut., R.E. 1909 

DUNCANSON, E. F. Lieut., R.N.V.R. (Coastal Motor-boat 1898 

Service) 
DUNCANSON, T. J. G. Lieut., R.N.V.R. (Coastal Motor- 1892 

boat Service) 
DURAND, P. F. 2nd Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. Sikhs. (W.) 1907 

M.C. M. 
DURIE, J. A. Capt., Black Watch; Staff Capt.; Lieut.- 1907 

Col., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. (W.) M.C. 

Brevet Major. M 2. 

DuRLiNGj.A. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) (W.) 1914 
DVORKOVITZ, V. Driver, Armoured Cars, Russian Army 1911 
DYER, A. C. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) M. J 97 

EARDLEY-SIMPSON, L. E. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1898 

*EAST, G. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1907 

Killed in action in the Third Battle of Ypres 31 July 

1917 

EDDOWES, W. B. Lieut.-Col., Manchester Regt., North- 1896 

umberland Fus., Yorkshire Regt., and Spec. List. M . 

EDMONDS, J. Capt., Wilson's School, Camberwell,O.T.C. *i9oi 

EDWARDS, Rev. T. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

ELLIOTT, A. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1896 

ELLIOTT, Rev. E. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

ELLIS, J. M. 2nd Lieut.,. R. Warwickshire Regt. (W.) 1914 

ELLIS, Rev.P.D. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. ; Pte., London 1899 

Regt. (Artists Rifles); Lieut., R.A.O.C. 

ELLISON, W. J. Capt., R.F.A.; empld. Ministry of 1910 

Labour. (W 2.) M. 

ELWORTHY, C. W. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1897 

ENGLAND, E. M. Asst. Paymaster, R.N.V.R. 1913 
EVANS, C. H. See BOWLE-EVANS, C. H. 

EVANS, J. LL. Lieut., S. Wales Borderers. (W.) 1913 

EVITT, Rev. E. U. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1904 

FARMERY, J. W. Pioneer, R.E. (Spec. Bde.) (W.) 1914 

FARMILOE, K. M. Pte., London Regt. ; 2nd Lieut., Rifle 1913 

Brigade 
^FAWCETT, R. H. 2nd Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. 1912 

Killed in action near Ypres 26 April 1915 
FAWCETT, T. G. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.); Lieut. 1914 

(0.),R.A.F. (W.) 



94 EMMANUEL COLLEGE 

*FAYLE, B. J. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. 

Killed in action 24 Oct. 1916 
FELL, F. J. 2nd Lieut., Black Watch. (W.) 
*FENN, E. G. P. 2nd Lieut., R. Welsh Fus.; attd. Essex 

Regt. 

Killed in action 19 Sept. 1918 
FENWICK,W. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S.Bn.); Lieut., 

Durham L.I. ; Staff Capt. M. 
^FERGUSON, J. C. M. Capt., Bedfordshire Regt. (W.) 

Died 19 Nov. 1918 of illness contracted on active service 
FIDDIAN, E. A. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. Bronze Medal for 

gallantry in saving life at sea 
FIDDIAN, J. V. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
FINCH, G. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 
FINTER, F. B. Lieut., R.E. (W.) 
FISHER, E. G. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 
^FISHER, E. H. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 2nd 

Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. 

Killed in action near Festubert 19 May 1915 
FISHER, W. H. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) O.B.E. M. 
FLETCHER, A. W. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 
fcFoLEY, M. J. A. Capt. and Adjt., Middlesex Regt.(T.F.) 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 10 Aug. 1915 
FOOT, S. H. Capt., R.E. ; Major, G.S.O. 2, empld. Tank 

Corps. D.S.O. Brevet Major. M 2. 
FOTHERGILL, C. F. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 
FRAMPTON, H. H. C. Pte., Army Pay Corps 
FRAZIER-UPTON, Rev. G. Chaplain, R.A.F. m. 
FREEMAN, H. Pte., R. Fusiliers (Sportsman's Bn.) 
FRY, C. R. M. 2nd Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. (W.) 
*FULFORD, Rev. R. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 

Killed in action 15 Dec. 1916 

GABRIEL, E. V., c.s.i., c.v.o. Lieut.-Col., Gen List., ii 
Indian Army; attd. Gen. Staff , War Office, Italian 
Army, and Palestine. C.M.G. C.B.E. Mz. m. 
Officer, Order of the Crown of Italy. Officer, Order 
of St Maurice and St Lazarus (Italy). Italian Croce di 
Guerra 

GABRIEL, J. B. S. Capt., R.E. (London Electrical Eng- n 
ineers, T.F.) m. 

GABRIEL, O. B. Major, R.A.S.C.(M.T,) u 

GANDY, E.W. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. O.B.E. M. iJ 
Chevalier, Legion of Honour (France) 



EMMANUEL COLLEGE 95 

GARDNER, G. H. and Lieut., Gen. List; Lieut., Army 1901 

Printing and Stationery Services 

GARDNER, R. Lieut. -Col., King's Own (R. Lancaster 1908 

Regt., T.F.) M.C. M 2. 

GARDNER, Rev. R. T. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D. 1882 

GARNETT, R. T. Lieut., R.G.A. 1907 

GARRETT, D. T. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1902 

A. N. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1906 

Killed in action 25 Jan. 1916 

A. G. Capt., London Regt. 1912 

Killed in action on the Somme 15 Sept. 1916 

GERMAN, R. L. Lieut., Hampshire Regt.; attd. Tank 1911 

Corps 

GIBB, P. Major, R.A.S.C. M.C. M. 1906 

GILBERT, H. Major, York and Lancaster Regt. and 1912 

M.G.C. M.C. M2. 

GIMSON, B. L. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1909 

GIMSON, C. 2nd Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. i8th Infy. 1906 

GIRLING, Rev. F. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1900 

GLEN-BOTT, C. L. Engineer Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1902 

GLENDAY, R. G. Lieut., King's African Rifles. (W.) 1908 

M.C. M. 

GOODALL, J. F. 2nd Lieut., E. Lanes. Regt. 1910 

GOODWIN, E. StaffLieut., Ministry of Munitions ; Capt., 1896 

Spec. List. O.B.E. rm. 

GOOLDEN, C. E. 2nd Lieut., R. Munster Fus.; Lieut., 1911 

Labour Corps 

GoRDON,G.A. Lieut., 2nd Dragoon Gds. (Queen's Bays). 1907 

(W.) 

GOSSLING, F. N. Major, R.E. (Postal Section). M.C. M. 1908 

GOUGH, D. L. Capt., Somerset L.I. (W 2.) M.C. [1914] 

GOUGH, H. A. Major, W. Yorks. Regt. (W 2.) M.C. 1907 

Mz. 

GOVER, J. E. B. Air Mechanic, R.N.A.S. 1913 

*Gow, C. H. Surgeon Lieut., R.N.V.R. (R.N.D.) 1909 

Killed in action on the Somme 13 Nov. 1916 

GRAHAM HOBSON, W. J. Lieut., R.F.A. ; attd. R.G.A. 1913 

GRAHAM-JONES, J. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1899 

GRANGE, E.L.,T.D. Hon. Colonel, R.F.A.(T.F. Res.) m. 1877 

GRAY, A. H. Lieut., R.G.A. M. 1914 

GRAY, N. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1907 

GREAVES, H. G. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1903 

GREEN, Rev. A. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1887 

GREEN, C. C. Pte., Middlesex Regt. 1915 



96 EMMANUEL COLLEGE 

GREEN, E. A. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. M. 
GREENBERG, B. M. See GREENHILL, B. M. 
GREENE, C. W. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) (W.) M 3. 
GREENHILL, B. M. 2nd Lieut., Buckinghamshire Yeo.; 

Lieut., R. Horse Gds. (W.) (P.) 
GREGORY, C. H. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 
GREGORY-JONES, E. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) M.C. 
GRIBBLE, H. W. G. Pte., London Regt. 
GRIFFITH-WILLIAMS, G. C. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) 

M. 

GROVE, A. J. Hon. Lieut., Spec. List (Entomologist) 
GUINNESS, Rev. P. W. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D. D.S.O. 

M.C. Mz. 
^GUNTON, J. W. 2nd Lieut., Somerset L.I.; attd. R.F.C. 

Killed in action 9 Aug. 1916 
GURNEY, B. T. Sergt., R.E. 191- 

GURNHILL, Rev. C. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.; Pte., 190} 

R.A.M.C. 
GWINN, R. F. Lieut., Cambridgeshire Regt. ; attd. North- 191^ 

amptonshire Regt.; Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) 

(W.) 
GWYN, R. F. 2nd Lieut., S. Wales Borderers; Lieut., i9o( 

Army Cyclist Corps 

HAHN, F. M. 2nd Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. and N. Staffs. 191 ] 

Regt. ; Capt., R.A.O.C. ; I.O.M. 3rd Class. (W.) 
HAINES, H. Y. Lieut., Canadian Infy. 
HALE, G. D. Lieut.-Col., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.) 
HALL, D. G. Major, R.A.M.C. (2nd E. Gen. Hospital, 

T.F.) 

HALL, G. V. 2nd Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. 
HALL, J. Capt., R. Scots; empld. P. and B.T. Staff 
HANSON, Rev. R. E. V. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D. ; Dep. 

Chaplain-in-Chief, R.A.F. O.B.E. m. 
HARDING, Rev. N. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
HARLAND, Rev. H. C. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 
HARLAND, R. E. C. Lieut., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey 

Regt.) ; Liaison Officer with Portuguese Army. (W.) 
HARRIES, A. T. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus.; Brigade Major. 1914 

M2. 

HARRIS, A. D. Lieut., R.F.A. 1905 

HARRIS, Rev. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. M. 1896 

^HARRIS, H. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1896 
Killed in action 31 July 1917 



EMMANUEL COLLEGE 97 

HARRIS, T. Lieut., R.E. (Meteorological Section) 1909 

^HARRISON, D. H. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1912 

Killed in action 16 Sept. 1918 

HARRISON, L. Hon. Lieut., Spec. List (Entomologist) 1914 

HARTMAN, R. T. Capt., London Regt. (R. Fus.); Asst. 1912 

Supt., Ordnance Factories 

HATTERSLEY,S.M. Major, R.A.M.C. ; D.A.D.M.S. (P.) 1906 

M.C. M. French Croix de Guerre 

HAWKINS, A. G. 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Regt.(T.F.) 1898 

HAWKINS, C. L. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1893 

HAYTER, G. K. H. Lieut., R.F.A.; Staff Capt. M. 1906 

HEAD, Rev. F. W. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. and 1893 

Bar 

HEANY, W. P. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. (W.) 1912 

*HEARN, J.. S. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt. 1908 

Killed in action at Gueudecourt 12 Oct. 1916 

HEATH, C. N. Capt., R.E. 1906 

HELE, T. S. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) O.B.E. M 2. 1900 

HEMPSON, E. R. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers [ I 9 I 4J 

*HENSLEY,W.H. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S.Bn.); Capt., Som- 1913 

ersetL.I. (W.) 

Killed in action at Amiens 21 March 1918 

HEPWORTH, Rev. B. G. Lce.-Corpl., Australian Infy. 1905 

HERBERT, Rev. F. F. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1898 

HEYWOOD, W. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1889 

HIGGINS, Rev. W. N. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1898 

HIGHFIELD, A. 2nd Lieut., R.E. (Spec. Bde.) 1913 

HILL, A. Capt., R.G.A.(T.F.) M 2. 1897 

HILL, A. T. 2nd Lieut., Berkhamsted School O.T.C. 1906 

HILL, H. L. Trooper, N. Somerset Yeo.; 2nd Lieut., 1911 

Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. ; Lieut., N.Somerset Yeo. ; attd. 

Dragoon Gds. 

HILL, R. Pioneer, R.E. (Spec. Bde.) 1917 

^HILLBROOK, W. Capt. (M. O.), Congo Carrier Corps, 1910 

E. African Force 

Died at Nairobi 22 July 1916 

HIND, A.M. Capt., R.A.S.C.; Major, D.A.Q.M.G. 1890 

O.B.E. M 3 . 

HINDE, Rev. B. F. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 1905 

HINDE, E. B. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F. Res.) M. 1900 

HINDE, Rev. P. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 1903 
HOBSON, W. J. G. See GRAHAM HOBSON, W. J. 

HODGES, Rev. L. N. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

HOLE, H. W. 2nd Lieut., Hampshire Regt. 1911 

C. U. W. L. 7 



98 EMMANUEL COLLEGE 

*HOLLINS, E. R. L. Capt., King's Own (R. Lancaster 1903 

Regt.) 

Died 3 March 1916 of wounds received in action 2 March 

1916 
HOOLE, N. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt and Labour Corps. 1911 

(W.) M. 

HOOPER, A. N. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) M. 1907 

HOOPER, A. W. Capt. and Adjt., R.G.A. M.C. 1908 

^HOOPER, L. J. 2nd Lieut., Dorset Regt. 1913 

Killed in action 26 Sept. 1916 

HOPE, Rev. B. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1899 

HOPKINSON, H. C. 2nd Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) 1911 

and R.F.C. 

HORDER, C.A. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1915 

HORNER, P. W. M. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1913 

HORNSBY- WRIGHT, G. J. Lieut.-Col., Essex Regt. (T.F.) 1893 

D.S.O. M. m. 

HORTON, E. F. Capt., Dorset Regt. (W.) M. 1903 

HOSTE, T. B. Sergt., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1914 

HOWARD, C.G. Lieut., Nigeria Regt., W.African Frontier 1911 

Force 

HOWARD, T. H. Major, Hampshire Regt.; Staff Capt. 1902 
Ho WELL, E. B. Lieut.-Col., Spec. List (Censor's Dept.); 1895 

Military Governor of Baghdad. C.I.E. C.S.I. M 5. 

HOWELL, R. A. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1908 

HOWELL, R. G. D. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1896 

HOWLAND, R. C. J. Gnr., R.G.A. 1915 

*HUDDART, L. H. L. Lieut., R.E. ; attd. Nigeria Regt., W. 1898 

African Frontier Force 

Died 12 Feb. 1917 

HUGHES, L. W. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1911 

HULL, H. C. Major, Gen. Staff, attd. S.W. African Field 1905 

Force 
HUMPHREYS, I. H.M. Capt., Border Regt. (T.F.) ;empld. 1912 

Air Ministry. (W.) 
HUNT, Rev. J. B. Lieut., R. Fusiliers ; empld. Ministry of 1909 

Munitions. (W.) M.C. 
HUNTBACH, G. W. Capt., King's (Shropshire L.T.) ; 1907 

attd. R.F.C. ; Major, Tank Corps. (W.) 
*HUSSEY, E. T. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) ; 2nd Lieut., [1914] 

R. Munster Fus. (W.) 

Killed in action 7 June 1917 
HUTCHINGS, C. E. 2nd Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt, ; Capt., 1908 

Army Cyclist Corps. M. 



EMMANUEL COLLEGE 99 

HUTCHINGS, Rev. H. W. Pte., London Regt. C.F. 4th 1906 
Class, R.A.C.D. (W 2.) M.C 



C. A. M. Pte., R. Fusiliers 1911 

Killed in action on the Somme July 1916 

IMLAY, A. D. 2nd Lieut., Clifton College O.T.C. 1904 

>HNGOLDBY, Rev. R. H. Trooper, Alberta Dragoons, Can- 1905 
adian Force; 2nd Lieut., R. Dublin Fus. 
Killed in action on the Somme i July 1916 
IRVINE, L. C. D. Surgeon Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1905 

*JACOT, E. Lieut. (A.), R.F.C. 1910 

Killed in action 6 June 1917 

JAFFE\A.C. Major, London Yeo. (Westminster Dragoons); 1902 

Lieut.-Col., Remount Service 

JAGO, E. O. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1905 

JAMES, L. H. Capt., Worcestershire Regt. 1909 

JAMES, T. M. 2nd Lieut., Sutton Valence School O.T.C. 1910 

JAMESON, F. R. W. Corpl., H.A.C. ; Lieut., R.E. (Signals) 1912 

D.S.O. M.C. and two Bars. M 2. 

JAMESON, Rev. W. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1905 

M. 

JAMIE, J. P. W. Capt., Leicestershire Regt.(T.F.) M.C. 1913 

JAQUET, Rev. D. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. ' 1906 

JARVIE, J. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1903 

JENKINS, W. A., Pte., W. Yorks. Regt. 1912 

JOHN, Rev. W. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1894 

JOHNS, N. A. 2nd Lieut., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent 1908 

Regt.) ; Major, M.G.C. M.C. and Bar 

*JOHNS, O. LL. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. M.C. 1911 

Killed in action 25 June 1916 

* JOHNSON, D. F. G. Lieut., Manchester Regt. 1911 

Died 15 July 1916 of wounds received in action on the 

Somme 

JOLLY, Rev. R. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

JoNES,B.M. Lieut.-Col.(T.),R.A.F.(Aircraft Production 1906 

Dept.) A.F.C. M. m. 

JONES, C. J. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. and R.E. ; Staff Capt. 1910 
JONES, E. GREGORY. See GREGORY- JONES, E. 

JONES, Rev. F. H. Chaplain, R.N. O.B.E. 1897 

JONES, I. F. H. Lieut., Hampshire Regt.fT.F.); Capt., 1906 

S. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) 

JONES, L. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1910 

JONES, W. E. D. Corpl., R.E. (Spec. Bde.) 1912 

72 



ioo EMMANUEL COLLEGE 

JONES, W. N. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 1903 

JORDAN,]. H. Major, R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. 1908 

JOYNER, C. B. Capt., Essex Regt. and Gen. List, empld. 1901 

Ministry of Munitions. O.B.E. M.B.E. m. 

fcJuNOR, P. B. Pte., E. African Rifles 1900 

Killed in action in E. Africa Sept. 1914 

KANN, E. A. Pte., R. Sussex Regt. 
KEETON, G. H. ,2nd Lieut., Reading School O.T.C. 
KELLAND, W. H. C. Capt., R.E.(T.F.) 
*KELLOCK, H. P. Lieut., N. Irish Horse; attd. R.F.A. 

Died 6 Oct. 1918 of wounds received in action 
KELLOCK,T. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. (3rd London Gen. 

Hospital, T.F., and R. Army Med. College) 
KENT, A. G. Lieut., Coldstream Gds. 
KENT, T. P. P. Lieut., Devon Regt. 
KILNER, S. D. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 
KING, H. Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs.; attd. R.E. (Signals). 

(W.) M.C. and Bar 

KINGHAM, B. V. Lieut., Oundle School O.T.C. 
*KiRBY, W. E. 2nd Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. I5th Sikhs 

Wounded and missing, presumed killed in action in Galli- 

poli(iojuly 1915) 

KIRKLAND, Rev. A. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
iKiRKLAND, F. W. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 

Killed in action on the Somme i July 1916 
^KNIGHT, W. F. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. 

Killed in action 27 Feb. 1917 
KNIGHTS, Rev. H. J. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
KNIGHTS, K. M. W. Corpl., Canadian Engineers. (W.) 

LANG, A. Trooper, Scottish Horse ; Corpl., R.E. (Signals) ; 

2nd Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt.; attd. Cambridgeshire 

Regt. 

LANGMEAD, L. G. N. Major, Rifle Brigade. M.C. M. 
LANGTRY, R. L. Lieut., Welsh Regt. (W.) 
LANKESTER, Rev. R. F. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps 
LASBREY, Rev. E. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
LATHBURY, R. J. Capt., London Regt. (Rifles). (W 2.) 
LEA, Rev. H. A. H. Lieut., Labour Corps 
LEE, R. O. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
LEES, A. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. M. 
LESLEY, J. W. Capt., Yorkshire Regt.(T.F.) and King's 

Royal Rifle Corps. (W.) (P.) M.C. 



EMMANUEL COLLEGE 101 



LEVIEN, Rev. E. G. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 

LEWIS, C. B. Lieut., R.G.A. 1900 

LEWIS, J. H. 2nd Lieut., E. Surrey Regt.; Lieut., 1^14 

Middlesex Regt.; attd. T.M.B. 
*LEWIS, W. H. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. M. 1913 

Died (15 Aug. 1917) of wounds received in action 
JLiDGETT, J. C. Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. 1904 

Killed in action 23 March 1918 
*LILLIE, F. S. Major, R. Irish Regt. 1892 

Killed in action at St Eloi 15 March 1915 
LINE,}. Capt., R.A.S.C.; Hon. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. 1912 

A.F.C. 
LLOYD, H.I. Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt.; Capt., 1913 

King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) M.C. 
LLOYD, R. B. Capt., I.M.S. M. 1900 

*LLOYD-JONES, E. W. Capt., R. Welsh Fus.(T.F.) M. 1907 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 10 Aug. 1915 
^LLOYD-JONES, J. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 1910 

Capt., Yorkshire Regt. (W.) M.C. M. 

Died ii March 1916 of septic pneumonia and pleurisy 
LONGDEN, J. M. Lieut.-CoL, Durham L.I. and Gen. 1892 

Staff 

LONSDALE, H. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. (W 2.) M. 1904 

LOSEBY, Rev. P. J. Pte., R.A.M.C.; C.F. 4th Class, 1894 

R.A.C.D. (W.) 

LUCAS, E. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1906 

LUSH, H. Pte., R. Warwickshire Regt. ; Lieut., W. Yorks. 1913 

Regt. (W.) M.B.E. 
LYON-SMITH, G. Lieut, and Adjt., R.F.A.(T.F.) ; Brigade 1912 

Major. (W.) M. 

McCoMBE, F. W. W. Corpl., Army Pay Corps; 2nd 1913 

Lieut., R.G.A. 

McCREA, E. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1917 

MACDONALD, C. L. Lieut.-CoL, Manchester Regt.; attd. 1900 

Devon Regt. and King's (Liverpool Regt.). D.S.O. 

and Bar. M 2. 

MACKENZIE, C. Major, R.A.M.C. O.B.E. M. 1901 

MACKENZIE, H. W. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. (2nd London 1876 

Gen. Hospital, T.F.) 

MACLEAN, E. W. Capt., N. Zealand M.G.C. 1904 

MACLEOD, D. J. Capt., King's (Shropshire L.I.); Bri- 1914 

gade Major; empld. O.C.B. (W.) M. 
MACLEOD, N. D. Capt., Black Watch. M.C. and Bar 1913 



102 EMMANUEL COLLEGE 

MACMASTER, H. V. Capt., Spec. List 
McNAiR, A. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
MACRAE, L. Capt., Cameron Hdrs.(T.F.) 
MADGE, Q. Capt., R.A.M.C. O.B.E. M. 
MAKEPEACE, F. L. Lieut, and Adjt., Suffolk Regt. ; Lieut. 

Labour Corps 

MALAHER, Rev. H. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. m. 
^MALCOMSON, L. Corpl., R.E. (Spec. Bde.) 

Killed in action Nov. 1916 
MALCOMSON, W. T. Lce.-Corpl., R. Dublin Fus.; 2nd 

Lieut., R.E. M.C. 
MALLESON, W. M. Pte., R. Fusiliers 
MAN, Rev. M. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
^MANLEY, J. D. 2nd Lieut., R.E. 

Killed in action at Vendresse 26 Sept. 1914 
MANN, R. 2nd Lieut., Lanes. Fus.; Lieut., M.G.C. 

(Motor) 
MANN, T. C. Asst. Paymaster, Army Pay Dept.; Capt., 

R.E. (London Electrical Engineers, T.F.) M.B.E. m. 
MANSELL, R. A. Capt., R.A.M.C.; Major, D.A.D.M.S. 

M.B.E. M. Order of the White Eagle, $th Class 

(Serbia) 

MANSFIELD, H. Y. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
MANSFIELD, W. S. Lieut., 8th (King's R. Irish) Hussars 

(R. of O.) Chevalier, Ordre du Merite Agricole 

(France) 

MARRIOTT,F.W.P. Pte.,R.A.M.C.;Capt.,R.G.A. M.C. 
MARRIS, E.D. Lieut., R.Warwickshire Regt.(T.F.) ; Capt. 

R.E. (Signals) 

MARSDEN, W. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
MARSHALL, A. R. Major, R.E. (Signals) and Spec. List 

(Chief Instructor, Training Centre.) D.S.O. M.C. 

M2. 

MARSHALL, Rev. H. G. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D. M. 
MARSHALL, Rev. N. E. 2nd Lieut., Nagpur Rifles, Indian 

Defence Force; Junior Chaplain, Indian Army 
MARTIN, H. W. L. 2nd Lieut., Northumberland Fus.; 

Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt.; attd. S. Notts. 

Hussars. (W.) 

MARTIN, J. H. B. Surgeon Lieut.-Cdr., R.N. M. 
MARTIN, T. L. Lieut., Cheshire Regt.(T.F.) and Gen. 

Staff 
MASON, G. H. 2nd Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt.; 

Lieut., M.G.C. 



EMMANUEL COLLEGE 103 

MATTHEWS, H. DE C. 2nd Lieut., Nigeria Regt., W. 1891 

African Frontier Force 
MAUDE-ROXBY, Rev. J. H. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1902 

(T.F.) 
*MAYNARD, A. F. Lieut., R.N.V.R. (Howe Bn., R.N.D.) 1912 

(W.) 

Killed in action on the Spmme 13 Nov. 1916 
MAYNARD, H. A. Capt., Middlesex Regt. and Gen. List; 1911 

Staff Capt. (W2.) M.C.andEar. M. 
^MELHUISH, I. V. B. 2nd Lieut., Somerset L.I. [JQH] 

Killed in action 27 Oct. 1915 
MELLIS- SMITH, D. B. Lieut., Cameronians (Scottish 1905 

Rifles) and Seaforth Hdrs. ; A.D.C. (W 2.) 
MENENDEZ, Sir M. R. Major, Spec. List, empld. Ministry 1887 

of National Service, m. 
METCALF, Rev. F. W. R. Chaplain and Instructor Cdr., 1894 

R.N. 

METCALFE- GIBSON, R. A. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1905 

*MILBURN, W. H. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt.(T.F.) IQIO 



Killed in action on the Somme 15 July 1916 
.LARD, C. S. 2nd Lieut., Gloucestershii 



MILLARD, C. S. 2nd Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.) ; 1911 

Gnr., R.G.A. 

MILLER, J. W. E. Capt. and Adjt., Argyll and Sutherland 1913 

Hdrs. ; Staff Capt. M. French Croix de Guerre 

MILLION, Rev. A. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

MILLION, C. H. S. Gnr., H.A.C. 1914 

MILNER, Rev. G. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

MILROY, G. W. W. W. Pte., R.A.O.C.; 2nd Lieut., 1906 

Labour Corps 

^MITCHELL, Rev. C. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1902 

Died 3 May 1917 of wounds received in action 

MITCHELL, Rev. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. *i892 

MOERAN, Rev. W. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 1908 

MOLINE, R. W. H. Capt., Rifle Brigade ; Major, M.G.C. 1909 

(W 2 .) (P.) M.C. 

MOLSON, J. E. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1882 

MONEY, Rev. W. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. *i893 

^MOORCOCK, F. A. Lce.-Corpl., R.A.M.C.; 2nd Lieut., 1913 

King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 

Killed in action 3 May 1917 

MOORE, A. W. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) O.B.E. 1899 

M 3. Order of the Nile, yrd Class (Egypt) 

MORGAN, E. H. Lieut., R.A.O.C. 1898 

MORGAN, Rev. W. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 



104 EMMANUEL COLLEGE 

MORIER, C. E. Capt., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1008 

Regt.) (Wa.) 
MORITZ, M. Capt., R.A.M.C. (2nd W. Gen. Hospital, 1905 

T.F.) 
^MORRIS, J. O. Corpl., London Regt. 1905 

Killed in action 31 Oct. 1917 

MORRIS, W. Lieut., Lanes. Fus. (W.) 1914 

MORSE, C. G. H. Major, R.A.M.C. 1904 

MORTON, H. T. Lieut., Mtd. Rifles and M.G.C., N. 1909 

Zealand Force. (W.) 

MOULD, R. C. L. Capt., Leicestershire Regt.(T.F.) 1913 

MOULSDALE, J. R. B. Cadet, O.C.B. 1917 

MOUNTFORT, Rev. C. C. Capt., Uppingham School 1902 

O.T.C. 

MOUSLEY, E. O. Capt., R.F.A.; A.D.C. (W.) (P.) M. 1912 
MUIR, J. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. (P.) 1891 

MULLER, Rev. H. C. A. S. Chaplain, R.N. 1896 

MURRAY, Rev. D. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 1905 

and Bar 
MUSSON, F. W. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.; Capt. 1913 

(T.), R.A.F. (W.) A.F.C. 

MYLES,D. 2nd Lieut., Northumberland Fus. ; Capt., R.E. 1912 
(Tyne Electrical Engineers, T.F.) M. French Croix 
de Guerre 

NAISBY, J. V. Capt., R.G.A. (W.) M.C. 1913 

NAISH, W. V. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1892 

NATERS, Rev. C. C. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1900 

NAYLOR, Rev. A.T. A. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D. ; A.C.G. 1908 

(W.) O.B.E. M2. 

NETHERSOLE, F. R. Lieut.-Col., Supernumerary List, 1884 

Indian Army. C.I.E. 

NEVETT, Rev. R. B. Cadet, O.C.B. 1909 

NEVILLE, E. G. M. Lieut., Essex Regt. (T.F.) 1913 

NEVILLE, H. A. D. Capt., R.E.(T.F.); empld. Ministry 1911 

of Munitions, m. 

NEW, F. O. W. Lieut., Leicestershire Regt. (W 2.) 1907 

NEWTON, T. H. Lieut., R.N.V.R.; Capt. (A. and S.), 1902 

R.A.F. D.S.C. M. 

NEWTON, W. H. Lieut., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1897 

NICHOLAS, F. Capt., Worcestershire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1910 

M. 

NICHOLS, C. W. Sergt., R.E. (Spec. Bde.) 1909 

NIHILL, J. H. B. Capt., R. Munster Fus. (W.) M.C. 1911 



EMMANUEL COLLEGE 105 

NOBBS, S. W. 2nd Lieut., R.E. (W.) 1914 

NORMAN, D. T. Capt., R.E. M.C. Chevalier .Order of 1908 

Leopold (Belgium). Belgian Croix de Guerre 
*NORMAN, J. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. (Howe Bn., R.N.D.) 1912 
(W.) 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 7 June 1915 

NORMAN, N. F. Major, R.A.M.C. 1902 

NORQUOY, F. Pte., R. Fusiliers 1901 

NORTHCOTE, T. F. Lieut., K. Edward's Horse and Res. 1913 

Regt. of Cavalry; 2nd Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. (W.) 
NORTON, Rev. V. E. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

*NOTT, H. P. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1913 
M. 

Killed in action 27 April 1916 

fcNorr, L. C. Capt. and Adjt., Gloucestershire Regt. 1912 
(T.F.) M.C. 

Killed in action on the Somme 18 April 1917 
*NOTT, T. W. Lieut.-Col., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.) 1907 
D.S.O. M*. 
Killed in action on the Somme 18 April 1917 

OAKES, M. W. Lieut., Nigeria Regt., W. African Frontier 1909 

Force 

OGDEN, H. 2nd Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt. and Gen. List, 1913 

empld. Ministry of Munitions 

OLDHAM, R. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1899 

OLIPHANT, J. Major, Canadian A.S.C. M. French 1904 

Croix de Guerre 

OSBORNE, W. M. Capt., R.A.S.C. ; attd. R. Scots. (W.) 1908 

OSMASTON, U. E. Major, R.F.A. ; Instructor in Gunnery. 1903 

M.C. M. m. 

OSMOND, T. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. (P.) M. 1903 

OWST, G. R. Sergt., R.E. (Signals) 1913 

PADWICK, H. B. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. D.S.O. M. 1908 

PAGE, S. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1912 

PAGE, W. E. 2nd Lieut., Wellington School, Somerset, 1910 

O.T.C. 

PAIN, B. H. Surgeon Cdr., R.N. 1897 

PAINE, B. W. F. Pte., Middlesex Regt. 1917 

PARES, B. Surgeon-Major, 2nd Life Gds.; A.D.M.S, 1887 

C.M.G. D.S.O. Mz. 

PARKER, G. M. Capt., Australian A.M.C. 1903 

PARRY, Rev. T. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1897 



106 EMMANUEL COLLEGE 

PATERSON, A. R. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 
PAYNE, D. N. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 
WAYNE, J. W. 2nd Lieut., Durham L.I.(T.F.) 

Killed in action 14 April 1917 

PEACOCK, F. W., T.D. Major, Derbyshire Yeo. C.B. 
PEARCE, T. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 48th Pioneers 
PEARD, C. J. Lieut.-Col., Somerset L.I. (W.) D.S.O. 

M. 

PEARD, J.C.N. Capt., Somerset L.I. (W4.) M.C. M. 
PEARMAN- SMITH, P. B. Pte., R. Fusiliers 
*PEARSALL, H. G. Capt., Tank Corps. M.C. 

Died 19 March 1919 of pneumonia following gas- 
poisoning 

PEARSON, E. E. Capt., Suffolk Regt. (P.) 
PEARSON, J. W. Capt., Unattd. List, T.F. 
PEARSON, L.H. Capt., Leicestershire Regt. (T.F.) (W3.) 

(P.) M. French Croix de Guerre 
PEEL, Rev. H. D. C.F. 4th Class, Australian Chaplains' 

Dept. 
PELLY,Rev.D.R.,v.D. C.F.3rdClass,R.A.C.D. D.S.O. 

Mi>. 

PERKINS, F. A. Lieut., R.E. 
PERKINS, J. J. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 
PERRY, C. G. Pte., R. Fusiliers; Lieut., Spec. List 
PHILLIPS, P. Lieut., R.E. M. 
PHILP, F. E. L. 2nd Lieut., Res. Regt. of Cavalry ; Capt., 

R.A.S.C. M. 

PHILPOT, A. J. Capt., R.E. O.B.E. M. 
PHIPPS, W. T. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. (W.) 
PICTON-WARLOW, Rev. F. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
*PIGGOTT, F. C. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 

Died 26 June 1917 
PILTER, R. 2nd Lieut., Interpreter, Indian Army; 

Lieut., R.A.S.C.; Capt., Spec. List (Directorate of 

Requisitions and Hirings) 
WINKERTON, Rev. J. Lce.-Corpl., R. Scots 

Killed in action (i Oct. 1916) 
PITT, T. G. Trooper, Imperial Light Horse, W. Africa. 

(W.) 

PITTS, Rev. B. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
*PLAYER,G. A.B.,R.N.V.R. (Coastal Motor-boat Service); 

2nd Lieut., Durham L.I. 

Died 30 July 1916 of wounds received in action 28 July 

1916 



EMMANUEL COLLEGE 107 

*PLUMPTRE, Rev. B. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 1902 

Killed in action 16 July 1917 

PONDER, C. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Service, T.F.) 1898 

PORTER, S. L. Capt., Spec. List, empld. Ministry of 1899 

National Service 

POSTLETHWAITE, J. M. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F. Res.) 1898 

POTTER, A. R. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1901 

POWELL, D.W. Major, Northamptonshire Regt. ; Lieut.- 1896 

Col., R. Berkshire Regt.; Capt. (A.), R.F.C. (W.) 

D.S.O. M. 

POWELL, J. M. S. Pte., H.A.C.; Sapper, R.E. 1911 

POWELL, R. R. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1909 

PowER,A.G. Capt.,R.MunsterFus.;Major,M.G.C. M. 1905 

PRALL, S. R. Surgeon Prob., R.N.V.R. ; Capt., R.A.M.C. 1910 

PRESTON, R. W. D. Pte., Grenadier Gds. 1908 

^PRINCE, A. L. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. M. 1896 

Killed in action 8 Nov. 1914 

^PRINGLE, W. R. Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. 1912 

Killed in action on the Somme 22 July 1916 

PRIOR, B. C. Lieut., Essex Regt.(T.F.) 1902 

PRIOR, H. A. S. Lieut.-Col., Yorkshire Regt. and Train- 1893 

ing Res. Bn. D.S.O. O.B.E. M2. m. 

PUNCHARD, C. Capt. and Adjt., R.F.A.(T.F.); A.D.C. 1915 

PUTNAM, P. W. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1913 

PUTTOCK, R. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1897 

RAMSBOTTOM, J. Lieut., Spec. List (Pathologist). O.B.E. 190; 

M.B.E. M-$. 

RAMSBOTTOM, W. H. Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) M.C. 1914 

M.B.E. M. 

RAVEN, Rev. C. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. *i9io 

RAVEN, H. P. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1896 

RAWLINSON, H. G. Major, Madras and S. Mahratta 1899 

Railway Rifles, Indian Defence Force 

RAYNER, S. Capt., Durham L.I.(T.F. Res.) 1905 

*READE, R. W. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. (W.) 1911 

Killed in action at Kut 5 April 1916 

READE, W. P. Major, Cheshire Regt.(T.F.) and Gen. 1893 

Staff. T.D. M. 

REEVE, G. T. 2nd Lieut., Bridlington Grammar School 1906 

O.T.C. 

REID, D. M. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) (W 2.) M.C. 1913 

RENNIE, W. B. Major, Spec. List; Lieut.-Col., A.A. 1895 

andQ.M.G. D.S.O. M.C. M 3. 



io8 EMMANUEL COLLEGE 

REYNOLDS, G. D. Corpl., Suffolk Regt. and Bedford- 1914 

shire Regt. 

REYNOLDS, K. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. 1910 

RICHARDS, C. J. Capt., Dorset Regt. ; attd. D. of Welling- 1913 

ton's (W. Riding Regt.) 
RICHARDSON, C. Major, Worcestershire Regt. (W.) 1897 

Brevet Lieut. -Colonel 
^RICHARDSON, V. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt.(T.F.); attd. [1914] 

King's Royal Rifle Corps. M.C. 

Died 9 June 1917 of wounds received in action 9 April 

1917 
RICKMAN, J. 2nd Lieut., E. African Force, attd. Road 1893 

Corps. M. 
PRICEY, J. R. A. Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. 1909 

Killed in action in the Battle of Loos 26 Sept. 1915 
RIGG, J. H. Pte., Border Regt.; Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 1912 

93rd Burma Infy. (W.) 

ROBERTON, J. A. W. Lieut., Gordon Hdrs. (W.) 1912 

ROBERTON, J. B. W. Capt., Northumberland Fus. (W 2.) [1914] 

D.S.O. 

ROBERTS, B. F. Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. 1913 

ROBERTSON, C. J. T. Lieut.-Col., R.A.O.C.; A.D.O.S. 1897 

O.B.E. M.C. M. 
ROBERTSON, W. R. D. Trooper, K. Edward's Horse; 1911 

Major, R.F.A. M.C. M. 

ROBINSON, A. S. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1889 

ROBINSON, C. S. Pte., R.A.S.C. 1907 

ROBINSON, F. J. Corpl., S. African F.A. 1900 

RODERICK, H. B. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) O.B.E. ^1892 

M2. 

RODICK, R. L. Major, R.A.S.C. 1910 

ROGERS, F. E. W. Major, R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Service, 1904 

T.F.) M.C. M. 

ROSE, H. A. Hon. Lieut.-Col. , Indian Army 1886 

ROSE, R. DE R. Major, R. Irish Rifles. (W.) M.C. and 1897 

Bar. M. 
^ROTHERA, A. C. H. Capt., Australian A.M.C. 1899 

Died 3 Oct. 1915 of pneumonia 

ROXBY, Rev. J. H.T.M. See MAUDE-ROXBY, Rev. J.H.T. 
ROY, P. L. Pte., H.A.C. 1912 

RUDD, N. B. Lieut., Norfolk Regt. and I.A.R.O., attd. 1905 

48th Pioneers 

RULE, Rev. G. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

RUMBOLL, N. Capt. (Med.), R.A.F. 1913 



EMMANUEL COLLEGE 109 

RUSCOE, R. G. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) M. 1912 

RUSHTON, E. R. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. (W.) (P.) 1910 

RUSSELL, W. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1905 

RYLEY, C. M. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1904 

SALISBURY, Rev. C. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 
SALMON , B . A . Capt . , London Regt . (Poplar and Stepney [1914] 

Rifles) 

SAUNDERS, W. H. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. [1914] 

SAVILE, G. K. 2nd Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.) 1909 

Killed in action 20 June 1915 

SCHOLTZ, C. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1907 
SCHUDDEKOPF, W. G. A. See SHUTTLEWORTH, W. G. A. 

SCLATER, Rev. J. R. P. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D. (T.F.) 1895 

m. 

SCOTT, J. E. Capt., R. Munster Fus. and Gen. List 1910 

(O.C.B.) (W.) M.C. 

SCOTT, J.S. Lieut., Durham L.I.(T.F.); Interpreter. 1900 

M. Cavalier, Order of the Redeemer, $th Class 

(Greece) 

SCOTT , W . D . Pte . , London Regt . (Artists Rifles) ; Lieut . , 1912 

R.G.A. and Gen. Staff (Intelligence) 

SEAVER, C. Capt., R. Inniskilling Fus. (W.) 1912 

Died 3 Oct. 1916 of wounds received in action 13 Sept. 

1916 

SELLWOOD, F. G. Major, R.A.S.C. O.B.E. M.C. M. 1912 

SELWYN, Rev. W. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D .(T.F.) 1898 

SHAKESPEARE, G. H. Capt., Norfolk Regt.(T.F.); attd. 1912 

The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) 

SHARP, E. W. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1909 

SHARPE, A. G. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) and 4th Cavalry, 1914 

Indian Army 

SHAW, Rev. K. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1902 

SHELDON, T. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1907 

SHELFORD, Rev. L. McN. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1890 

SHENSTONE, A. G. Capt., R.E. M.C. M. 1914 

SHERA, A. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1908 

SHERLOCK, J. H. Lieut., R.E. 1912 

SHERWOOD, G. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1906 

SHIELDS, C. ST B. Capt., R.G.A. (W.) 1908 

SHILDRICK, L. R. Major, R. Munster Fus. M. 1906 

SHIPTON, W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1902 

SHONE, H. J. Major, R.A.M.C. (W.) M. 1896 

SHUCKBURGH, R. S. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1899 



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SHUTTLEWORTH, W. G. A. 2nd Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. 1910 

(T.F.) ; Lieut., R.A.M.C. 

SIBLEY, F. H. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.); Hon. Lieut. (O.), [1914] 

RAF 

SIM, P. W. Lieut., R.F.A.; Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. M. [1914] 

SINDALL, R. D. Cadet, O.C.B. 1918 

SISSON, B. H. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A.; Capt. (K.B.), R.A.F. 1906 

m. 

SLATER, J. A. Capt., R.F.A. 1903 

SMETHAM, S. J. Corpl,, R.E. 1914 

SMITH, C. S. Capt., R.E. (Signals, T.F.) 1910 
SMITH, D. B. M. See MELLIS-SMITH, D. B. 

SMITH, H. Instructor Lieut., R.N. m. 1912 

SMITH, Rev. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1904 

SMITH, R. E. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. O.B.E. 1899 

SMITH- REWSE, H. G. Capt., Suffolk Regt. 1907 

^SMYTH, W. H. Lieut., Devon Regt. and Worcestershire 1897 

Regt. 

Killed in action 17 April 1918 

SMYTHE, G. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1906 

SOOTHILL, V. F. Major, R.A.M.C. M. 1906 

SOPWITH, S. S. 2nd Lieut., Shrewsbury School O.T.C. 1905 

SOUTAR, A. K. Capt. (Med.), R.A.F. 1905 

SOUTH, F. W. Lieut., Singapore Vol. Force 1904 

SPARK, D. S. Capt., Somerset L.I. M.C. 1911 

^SPEARING, E. Lieut., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt., 1908 

T.F.) (W.) 

Killed in action at Ginchy n Sept. 1916 

SPILSBURY, L. J. Lieut., R.E. M.C. 1905 

STALEY, H. S. Lieut., Unattd. List, T.F. 1903 

STANCOMB,Rev.J.M.D. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D.; Capt., 1908 

Devon Regt. (T.F.) and .Somerset L.I. (T.F.) M . 

STAPLES-BROWNE, R. C. Capt. and Q.M., N. Zealand 1899 

Med. Corps. M.B.E. 

STEEL, O. W. D. Staff Capt. ; Major, R. Monmouthshire 1905 

Regt.;Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M.C. M*. 

^STEPHEN, F. C. Lieut., Gordon Hdrs.(T.F.) 1909 

Killed in action in the Battle of Loos 25 Sept. 1915 

STEVENS, C. G. B. Pte., N. Bengal Mtd. Rifles, Indian 1908 

Defence Force 

STIMSON, W. B. Sergt., R. Fusiliers ; Lieut., Bedfordshire 1912 

Regt. (W2.) M.C. 

STINSON, H. J. E. Major, R.G.A. M.C. and Bar 1905 

STOKES, W. A. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) m. 1905 



EMMANUEL COLLEGE in 

STONE, B. J. V. 2nd Lieut., Leicestershire Regt. ; Lieut., 1912 

Cheshire Regt. (W.) 

STONE, E. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1901 

STORKS, K. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. (T.F. Res.) 1888 

*STRACHAN, H. Lieut., Durham L.I.(T.F.) (W 2.) 1914 

Died 29 July 1918 of wounds received in action 

STRAHAN,W.R. Capt., London Regt. (London Irish Rifles) 1909 

STREETEN, Rev. A. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W2.) 1904 

M.C. 

STRINGER, C. E. W. Lieut., Canadian H.A. 1902 

STRONG, J. P. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 1914 

STURGES, Rev. E. L. Chaplain, R.N. 1903 

STURTON, K. M. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. (Aircraft Production 1905 

Dept.) 

STURTON, S. D. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1915 

STYLE, A. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1893 

SUFFERN, C. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1911 

SUMMERHAYES, C. H. Capt., Durham L.I. and Glouces- [1914] 

tershire Regt. (W.) 

SUMMERS, F. Lieut.-CoL, R.E.; C.R.E. D.S.O. M.C. 1913 



SUTCLIFFE, A. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M^. 1905 

SUTCLIFFE, P. T. Surgeon Cdr,, R.N. 1892 

SYKES, W. S. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1913 

TABBERER, C. O. Pte., R.A.M.C.; Sergt., Leicestershire 1908 

Regt.; Capt., London Regt. (L.R.B.) M.C. 

TAGGART, W. Q. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Capt., 1911 

King's (Liverpool Regt.) M.C. 

TALBOT, Very Rev. A. E. C.F. ist Class, Australian 1902 

Chaplains' Dept. (W.) 

TANNER, Rev. E. V. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1905 

M.C. and Bar 

TEALE, Rev. K. W. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1894 

TEUTEN, Rev. L. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

THEOBALD, G. W. Surgeon Prob., R.N.V.R. 1914 

THOMAS, E. F. Corpl., R.E. 1912 

THOMAS, E. R. Capt., R.A.O.C.; Major, D.A.Q.M.G. 1911 

M. 

THOMPSON, A. B. Capt., Northumberland Fus.(T.F.); 1907 

Staff Capt. (W.) m. 

THOMSON, N. G. Surgeon Prob., R.N.V.R. 1914 

THORNTON, C. G. Lieut., R. Inniskilling Fus.; Capt., 1907 

O.C.B. 



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THORNTON, L. H. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1907 

THORNTON, V. S. 2nd Lieut., Essex Regt. (W.) 1908 

THORP, C. F. Lieut., Northumberland Fus. and King's 1898 

Royal Rifle Corps 

THORP, H. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1891 

*TiDY, T. Signalman, R.N.V.R. 1913 

Killed in explosion on H.M.S. Bulwark 28 Nov. 1914 
TILLY, R. L. Lieut., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) ; 1912 

Hon. Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 
TOMLINSON, A. E. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt.; empld. War 1912 

Office. (W.) 

TOMLINSON, W. A. Corpl., R.G.A. 1897 

TOOVEY, T. P. Capt., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) 191 c 

(W.) M.C.andBar 
TOULMIN-SMITH, A. K. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. (Aircraft 1899 

Production Dept.) 
TRACY, G. D. C. Lieut., Gordon Hdrs. (T.F.); Pte., 1912 

R.A.S.C. 

TRAUTMANN, H. F. See TREWMAN, H. F. 
TREWMAN, H. F. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. (W 2.) 1911 
TRIBE, K. W. Lieut., N. China Vol. Force 1909 

TRIPP, N. F. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Lieut., 1911 

R.A.S.C.; attd. R. Fusiliers and R. Warwickshire 

Regt. (W2.) M.C. 

TuNMER,E.J.E. Capt., King's (Shropshire L.I.) (W 2.) 1902 
TURNBULL , J . B . Lieut . , Shropshire Yeo . ; attd . R . Welsh 1913 

Fus. (W.) 
*TURNBULL, W. A. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. 1912 

Killed in action 13 Nov. 1916 
TURNER, A. C. Lieut., R. Fusiliers and Gen. List; In- 1911 

spector, Woolwich Arsenal. M.B.E. 
TURNER, H. C. Major, London Regt. (Queen's). M. 1898 

French Croix de Guerre 
^TWINING, R. W. Trooper, Devon Yeo.; 2nd Lieut., 1913 

Dragoon Gds. and Devon Regt. 

Killed in action on the Somme i July 1916 

URLING- SMITH, F. M. Lieut., Nigeria Regt., W. African 1897 

Frontier Force 

^URQUHART, J. L. Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. 1910 

Killed in action 2 Nov. 1915 

VALL^-POPE, E. 2nd Lieut., King's Own (R. Lancaster 1892 
Regt.) 



EMMANUEL COLLEGE 113 

VERNIQUET, W. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1911 

VERRALL, F. H. Artificer, R.N.V.R. 1902 

VICKERS, V. C. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1907 

VINING, Rev. L. G. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. M 2. 1907 
VISCHER, H. 2nd Lieut., Nigeria Regt., W. African 1896 
Frontier Force ; Major, Spec. List ; G.S.O. 3 (Intelli- 
gence). C.B.E. Chevalier, Legion of Honour (France). 
Officer, Ordre de VEtoile Noire (France). Chevalier, 
Ordre de la Couronne (Belgium). Cavalier, Order of 
the Crown of Italy 
VISCHER, Rev. M. M. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1898 



WADDINGTON, J. E. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 
WAILES, F. G. Capt. and Adjt., R.G.A. M. 1906 

WALDEGRAVE, Rev. G. T. Hon. Chaplain, R.N. 1908 

WALDEGRAVE,Rev.S.C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A-C.D. M.C. 1907 
WALKER, A. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) D.S.O. Brevet 1897 

Major. M. 

WALKER, A. R. Lieut., Welsh Regt. 1911 

^WALKER, E. B. 2nd Lieut., Dorset Regt. and Queen's 1907 

Own (R.W. Kent Regt.) M. 

Killed in action 18 April 1915 

WALKER, E. R. C. 2nd Lieut., Black Watch. (W.) 1916 

WALKER, L. P. Lieut., R.A.O.C.; Major (Ad.), R.A.F. 1900 
WALKER, Rev. L. W. L. Chaplain, R.N. 1893 

WALKER, S. W. Lieut., Nigeria Regt., W.African Frontier 191 1 

Force 
WALLACE , F . W . 2nd Lieut . , Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) ; 1 909 

Lieut., R.E. (Signals). (W.) 
WALLACE, J. C. Capt., R.E.; Hon. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 1909 

M.C. M. 
WALLER, N. H. Major, Gloucestershire Regt. (T.F.) 1899 

M.C. M. 
WALLIS, O. B. Capt., Herefordshire Regt.; attd. King's 1907 

(Shropshire L.I.) (W 2.) 

WALTHALL, H. D. D. Capt., R.A.S.C. O.B.E. M. 1899 

WARREN, A. C. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1894 

WARRINGTON, T. Capt., R.A.M.C. ^1907 

WATERER, C. R. Corpl., R.E. (London Electrical En- 1906 

gineers, T.F.) 
WATKINS,C.R. Capt., Bengal Vol. Rifles, Indian Defence 1901 

Force. C.I.E. 
>i<W ATKINS, E. L. C. Lieut., R.F.A. 1910 

Died 17 March 1917 of wounds received in action 



C.U.W.L. 



ii4 EMMANUEL COLLEGE 

WATKINS, W. F. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt. (W.) 

M.C. M. 

WATTS, Rev. B. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
WAYET, Rev. J. W. F. Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. and 

Gen. Staff 

WAYMAN, G. B. Pte., Devon Regt.(T.F.) 
WEATHERELL, R. K. Lieut., Suffolk Regt.; attd. Essex 

Regt. (W.) 

WEBSTER, V. T. P. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
WEIGALL, G. J. V. Capt., Kent Cyclist Bn. 
WELBOURNE, E. Major, Durham L.I.; attd. W. Yorks. 

Regt. (W.) M.C. m. 

WELD, C. G. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. (W.) 
WELLS, C.A. Major, Hampshire Regt.; Staff Capt. O.B.E. 

Brevet Major. M 2. 
DWELLS, C. D. Lieut., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.); [1914] 

Lieut. (O.), R.A.F. M.C. M. 

Killed in action 16 May 1918 

WELLS, R. C. Capt., R.E.; attd. R. Irish Regt. (W.) (P.) 1904 
WERNICKE, W. G. See VERNIQUET, W. G. 
WESTBROOK, H. W. 2nd Lieut., Cheshire Regt. 1899 

WEST- WATSON, C. See BARROW- IN- FURNESS, Rt Rev. 

Bishop of 
WHISTLER, F. Major, R. Scots; Staff Capt.; empld. High- *i8y7 

land L.I. Depot 

WHISTLER, Rev. W. W. C.F. and Class, R.A.C.D. m. 
WHITAKER, G. M. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 

Lieut., R.G.A.; attd. R.E. (Signals). M. 
WHITE, F. Capt., Cheshire Regt.(T.F.) and 25th Pun- 
jabis, Indian Army. (W.) 
WHITEHEAD, R. F. Air Mechanic, R.A.F. 
WHITLEY, N. H. P. Capt., Manchester Regt.(T.F.); 

G.S.0.3. (W.) M.C. M 3 . Cavalier, Order of 

the Crown of Italy. French Croix de Guerre 
WHITWILL,T.N. Capt., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.);attd. 

Suffolk Regt. 

WIGLEY, W. C. S. Sergt.-Instructor, R.E. (Signals) 
WILCOX, Rev. A. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (P.) 
WILKINSON, G. Major, R.A.M.C. ( 3 rd N. Gen. Hospital, 

T.F.) 

WiLLAN,G.T. Lieut.-Col.,R.A.M.C.(T.F.) D.S.O. M. 
WILLANS, E. T. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
WILLIAMS, G. Capt., Welsh Regt.(T.F.); Cmdt., Anti- 
Gas School 



EMMANUEL COLLEGE 115 

WILLIAMS, H. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1904 

WILLIAMS, H. P. W. B. Major, R.A.S.C. M.C. 1906 

WILLIAMS, Rev. O. ST M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1902 
WILLIAMSON, F. Lieut., Middlesex Regt.(T.F.); Capt., 1909 

I.A.R.O., attd. ist and nth Gurkha Rifles. (W.) M. 
* WILLIAMSON, G. H. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps. 1910 

M.C. M. 

Died 12 April 1917 of wounds received in action 
WILLIS, A. G. DE L. Lieut., R.N.V.R. (Howe Bn., 1913 

R.N.D.);Capt., R.G.A. (W.) 

WILLS, A. S. Capt., i8th Hussars (R. of O.) 1896 

WILLS, J. P. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) M.C. 1909 

^ WILLSON , F . J . Lieut . , Sappers and Miners , Indian Army 1 907 

Died 10 Jan. 1917 of wounds received in action 
WILSON, Rev. H. Sergt., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1912 

WILSON, H. G. Lieut.-CoL, Lincolnshire Regt.(T.F.) 1901 

(W.) D.S.O. T.D. M2. 
^WILSON, H. V. Lieut., Hampshire Regt. 1914 

Died 15 Dec. 1919 of wounds received in action in the 

Struma Valley 30 Sept. 1916 
WILSON, L. E. Lieut., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt., 

T.F.) ; attd. 27th Punjabis, Indian Army 
^WILSON, W. R. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1909 

Died 12 July 1916 of wounds received in action n July 

1916 

WILTSHIRE, H. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1908 

WIMBERLEY,D.N. Cap t., Cameron Hdrs. ; Major, M.G.C. 1914 

(W.) M.C. 

WINDSOR, F. N. Lieut.-CoL, I.M.S. 1887 

WINSER, E. F. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1903 

Derby Regt., T.F.); Major, N. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) 

M.C. M. 

WINTER, A. W. B. Air Mechanic, R.A.F. 1914 

^WINTER, J. F. Lieut., R.E. (Field Survey Coy.) 1903 

Killed in action 28 Oct. 1918 

WITHERINGTON, A. S. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (P.) 1908 

WOMERSLEY, W. D. 2nd Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. 1912 

Riding Regt.); Lieut., R.E. (Signals, T.F.); attd. 

R.A.F. M. 

WOOD, F. E. Pte., R.A.S.C. 1909 

WOOD, J. I. Pte., R. Fusiliers; Lieut., Border Regt.; 1913 

empld. War Office. (W 2.) 

WOODS, D. Pte., R.A.M.C. [1914] 

WOOLF, A. E. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1902 

82 



n6 EMMANUEL COLLEGE 

WORDLEY, E. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 1905 

WORLEY, N. A. Lieut., Malay Vol. Force 1910 

WORTHINGTON, E. H. B. S. African Force 1890 

^WORTHINGTON, R. F. Capt., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.) 1900 

Died 4 May 1917 of wounds received in action 7 April 

1917 

WRIGHT, C. S. E. Major, R.A.M.C. M 2. French Croix 1902 

de Guerre 

WRIGHT, H. L. Major, King's (Liverpool Regt.) ; empld. 1897 

R.A.M.C. (Wa.) 

WRIGHT, R. B. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1895 

WURTZBURG, C. E. Capt. and Adjt., King's (Liverpool 1910 

Regt.) ; Brigade Major. M.C. 

WYATT, H. E. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt.; empld. 1914 

O.C.B. (W.) M.C. 

WYER,J. F.W. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) (W.) 1902 

YEO, K. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1907 

YOUNG, H. G. K. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1894 

YOUNG, Rev. H. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1913 

YUSUF, Z. M. Lce.-Corpl., R.E. (Signals) 1911 




GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 

ABERCROMBIE, G. F. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. M. 1914 
ABERCROMBIE, R. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1891 

ABRAHAMS, A. 2nd Lieut., Border Regt. ; Lieut., M.G.C. [1914] 
ABRAM, G. S. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) m. 1885 

ACKROYD, E. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) and R. 1894 

Defence Corps 

*ACKROYD, H. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. 1896 

TJ*(ft. " For most conspicuous bravery. During recent 
operations Capt. Ackroyd displayed the greatest gallantry 
and devotion to duty. Utterly regardless of danger, he 
worked continuously for many hours up and down and 
in front of the line tending the wounded and saving the 
lives of officers and men. In so doing he had to move 
across the open under heavy machine gun, rifle and shell 
fire. He carried a wounded officer to a place of safety 
under very heavy fire. On another occasion he went 
some way in front of our advanced line and brought in 
a wounded man under continuous rifle and machine gun 
fire. His heroism was the means of saving many lives, 
and provided a magnificent example of courage, cheer- 
fulness and determination to the fighting men in whose 
midst he was carrying out his splendid work. This 
gallant officer has since been killed in action." Supple- 
ment to The London Gazette, 6 Sept. 1917. 
Killed in action n Aug. 1917 

ADAMS, J. W. Lieut., Singapore Field Ambulance 1903 

AERON-THOMAS, G. E. Capt., R.F.A.; Staff Capt. M 4. 1904 
AINSLEY, A. C. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) (W.) M.C. 1909 
AINSLIE, M. A. Instructor Cdr., R.N. 1888 

ALDERSON, G. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1903 



n8 GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 

*ALDRICH, C. P. G. 2nd Lieut.. R. Fusiliers 1914 

Killed in action 7 Oct. 1916 

ALEXANDER, E. Hon. Capt., R. Marines 1905 

ALEXANDER, W. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1899 

ALLBUTT, Rt Hon. Sir T. C., K.C.B. Hon. Colonel, 1855 

R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 
ALLEN, F. D. C. Capt., R.G.A.; Instructor in Gunnery. 1911 

(W.) M. 
FALLEN, P. H. C. Lieut., E. Lanes. Regt. 1909 

Killed in action 9 May 1915 

ANDERSON, A. R. S. Lieut.-CoL, I.M.S. 1879 

ANDERSON, W. L. Capt. (S.), R.A.F. D.S.C. 1911 

ARMSTRONG, J. C. Major, R.A.S.C.(M.T.) M.C. M. 1906 
ARNELL, O. R. Lieut., R.E. 1907 

*ARNOT, D. W. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. (W.) 1903 

Killed in action 3 Sept. 1916 
^ARON, F. A. Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. 1906 

Killed in action 23 Aug. 1918 

ARROWSMITH, Rev. W. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
ASCOLI, G. H. D. Lieut., 2nd Dragoon Gds. (Queen's 

Bays);attd. R.E. (Signals). (W.) M.C. 
ASERMAN, C. Lieut., R.G.A. M.C. 
ASHCROFT, A. H. Major, S. Staffs. Regt. D.S.O. M 3. 

Officer, Order of the Crown of Italy 
ASHCROFT, J. M. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. i9th Lancers 
ASHCROFT, R. L. Capt. and Adjt., King's Own (R. Lan- 
caster Regt.) M.C. 
* ASHCROFT, W. Lieut, and Adjt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) 

(W.) 

Killed in action 22 March 1918 
ASTON, R. L. Lieut., Tonbridge School O.T.C. 
ATHERTON, T. J., C.B. Bt. Colonel, Res. Regt. of Cavalry 

and Labour Corps. C.M.G. M 2. 
ATKIN, C. S. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 
ATKIN, E. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
ATKINS, B. S. Capt., nth Rajputs, Indian Army; attd. 

R.F.C. (W.) (P.) M. 
ATKINSON, E. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
ATTWOOD, H. C. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 
AUDRA, E. Lieut., 279me Regt., French Army, and 

French Mission with British Third Army. M.C. 

French Croix de Guerre 

AVENT, Rev. E. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. M. 
AVENT, M. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 



GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 119 

>iBACHE, H. G. Pte., Lincolnshire Regt. ; 2nd Lieut., Lanes. 1908 

Fus. 

Killed in action 15 Feb. 1916 

BACK, G. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1910 

*BACK, H. A. W. Chaplain, R.N. 1909 

Accidentally killed on H.M.S. Vanguard 9 July 1917 

BAGNALL-WILD, R. K. Brig.-Gen., R.A.F. (Aircraft Pro- 1864 

duction Dept.) C.M.G. 

*BAILEY, C. M. Pte., R. Fusiliers ; 2nd Lieut. (A.), R.F.C. 1913 

Killed in action 3 Aug. 1917 

BAILEY, T. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1909 

BAIRD, R. F. Lieut.-Col., I.M.S. 1889 

BAKER, F. R. C.S.M., Transvaal Scottish and 4th S. 1897 

African Infy. (W.) (P.) 

BAKER, S. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt., T.F.); 1909 

Capt. (A.), R.A.F. M. 

BALFOUR, A., C.M.G. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. C.B. M. 1896 

BALFOUR- BROWNE, W. A. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. (Sanitary ^1913 

Service, T.F.) 

^BANNATYNE, E. J. Lieut., i9th Hussars; Major (A.), 1910 

R.F.C. D.S.O. M. 

Died ii Sept. 1917 of injuries received while flying 

30 Aug. 1917 

BARBER, P. E. Major, R.A.M.C. 1880 

BARCLAY, E. D. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. (W.) M.C. 1913 

BARKER, L. E. H. R. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1895 

BARKER, R. W. Capt., Unattd. List, Indian Army 1901 

BARNETT, R. O. Capt., London Regt. (Kensington Bn.) 1896 

BARNETT, S. H. Lieut., Highland L.I. (W.) 1910 

BARRACLOUGH, J. N. Capt., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 1909 

and Spec. List, attd. Egyptian Army 

BARRETT, R. S. Hon. Capt., R.E. (Signals, T.F. Res.) 1902 

BARRINGTON, F. E. P. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. 1911 

BARRIS, J. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1898 

BARRON, G. D. Lieut.. Connaught Rangers 1910 

BARRY, Sir E., Bart. Lieut.-Col., Berkshire Yeo. (T.F. 1881 

Res.) 

BARTLETT, H. S. Lieut., R.F.A.; attd. R.E. M.C. 1906 

BATTEN, W. D. G. Capt., 3rd Gurkha Rifles, Indian 1909 

Army. Order of El Nahda, yrd Class (Hedjaz) 

BATTERHAM, D. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1912 

BATTY-SMITH, S. H. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 1909 



BAYER, S. F. Pte., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1901 



120 GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 

BAYNES, F. W. W. United Provinces Horse, Indian De- 1908 

fence Force 

*BEALE, C. W. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Lieut., R. 1911 
Sussex Regt.; attd. T.M.B. 
Killed in action 3 March 1916 

BEAMISH, R. DE B. Major, R.G.A. 1896 

BEAN, C. V. Lieut., Devon Regt. 1916 

BEATTIE, L. H. Capt. and Adjt., R.F.A. 1898 

BECKETT, C. M. Lieut., R.E. (Signals) 1912 

^BEDFORD, S. H. 2nd Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt. (W.) 1907 

Killed in action i July 1916 
*BEECH, J. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt.; Capt., R.E. (W.) 1906 

Killed in action 12 May 1918 
*BEER, H. O. 2nd Lieut., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt.) [1914] 

Killed in action near Hulluch 26 Sept. 1915 
BEGG, M. G. Capt., Rifle Brigade; Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1914 

(P.) M.C.andBar 

BELFIELD, S. ST G. C. Major (K.B.), R.A.F. 1906 

*BELL, J. D. Lieut., R.F.A. 1906 

Died 30 Oct. 1918 of influenza 

BENEST, E. E. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1910 

BENNETT, E. K. Pte., Worcestershire Regt.; 2nd Lieut., 1914 

Spec. List (Intelligence) 
^BENNETT, H.R. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) (W.) M. 1912 

Killed in action 23 March 1918 
^BENSON, A. H. Major, R.A.M.C. 1882 

Died 24 Sept. 1916 

BENTALL, C. E. Capt., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) M. 1904 

*BERRY, A. J. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); 2nd Lieut., [1914] 
Lanes. Fus.(T.F.) (W.) 
Killed in action 21 Aug. 1916 

BERRY, H.V. Lieut., R.A.S.C.; attd. Somerset L.I. (W.) 1910 
BERRY, W. L. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1913 

BESANT, G. B. Lieut., Somerset L.I. M. 1898 

BESLY, E. M. Capt., R.E. (P.) M. Belgian Croix de 1907 

Guerre 

BEVAN, J. M. Capt., R.F.A. ; Staff Capt. M.C. 1905 

^BEWLEY, E. N. 2nd Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1903 
and Derby Regt., T.F.) 
Killed in action 26 June 1917 

BICKERDIKE, R. B. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) D.S.O. M 3. 1902 
BICKFORD-SMITH, W. N. Capt., D. of Cornwall's L.I. 1900 

(T.F.) 
BIGLAND, A. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1905 



GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 121 

BILLING, E. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1903 

BILLINGTON, C. M. Capt., E. Yorks. Regt. 1913 

BIRKS, A. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1903 

BLACK, J. A. Pte., Cambridgeshire Regt.; Lieut., Sea- 1912 

forth Hdrs.; Capt., M.G.C. (W.) 

BLACK, P. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1898 

BLACKETT, G. E. Capt., Durham L.I. (P.) 1912 

BLAIKIE, C. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1903 

BLANCHARD, N. Pte., London Regt. ; 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1898 

BLANDY, R. Major, nth Gurkha Rifles, Indian Army. 1902 

(W.) M.C.andBar. M 2. 

BLEW, C. L. Capt., Worcestershire Yeo.; Major, Wilt- 1900 

shire Regt. (W.) 

I<BOARDMAN, J. H. Major, Oxford and Bucks. L.I.; attd. 1910 

Rifle Brigade. (W.) M 2. 

Died in German hands 25 April 1918 of wounds received 

in action 

BOCK, E. N. Capt., S. Lanes. Regt. 1911 

*BODEY, A. R. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt., T.F.) 1913 

Killed in action 28 June 1916 

BOMFORD, J. F. Capt., Worcestershire Regt. M.C. [1914] 

BOND, C. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1911 

BOUSFIELDJ. K. Lieut., R.E.; attd. R.F.C. (P. Escaped 1912 

from Germany.) M.C. and Bar 

BOUSFIELD, R. B. Pte., 9th Bn., Australian Infy. 1905 

BOUSFIELD, S. Hon. Major, R.A.M.C. 1889 

BOUSFIELD, W. E. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1900 
BOWER, C. W. 2nd Lieut., Middlesex Regt.(T.F.) [1914] 

BOYSON, H. A. Lieut., i5th Hussars 1912 

BOYSON, J. C. Capt., Coldstream Gds. M.C. 1906 

BRACKEN, R. J. M. E. Capt., R. Welsh Fus.(T.F.); 1896 

Lieut.-Col., M.G.C. M.C. M. 

BRADBURY, J. B. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. (ist E. Gen. Hos- 1862 

pital, T.F.) 

BRADFIELD, L. G. Lieut., R.F.A. 1905 

BRADFIELD, R. Major, R.E. (Electric Lights, T.F.) 1905 

BRADLEY, A. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1905 

BRADLEY, S. B. Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. M. 1910 

BRAILSFORD, R. W. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1913 

BRAITHWAITE, C. F. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.); empld. 1898 

Ministry of Labour. (W.) 

^BRAITHWAITE, P. P. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. 36th Cavalry 1899 

(Jacob's Horse). (W.) 

Killed in action in Palestine 23 Sept. 1918 



122 GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 

BRATTON, A. B. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 1000 

D.S.O. M.C. M2. 

BRETT, J. H. Major, Suffolk Regt. M 2. 1911 

BREWER, F. G. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.) 1912 

BRIGGS GOODERHAM, E. J. R. See GOODERHAM, Rev. 

EJ.R.B. 

BRIGHT, W. A. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1898 

*BRISLEY, C. E. Major (A.), R.A.F. 1905 

Killed in flying accident 30 July 1918 

BRITTAIN, E. S. Capt., R.F.A. 1910 

ABROAD, A. M. Lieut., R. Fusiliers; attd. M.G.C. 1914 

Killed in action 12 July 1916 
^BROADBENT, E. R. Major, 8th (King's R. Irish) Hussars; 1898 

D.A.Q.M.G. M.C. M. 

Died 31 Oct. 1918 of influenza 

BROADMEAD, H. H. Lieut., Somerset L.I.; Staff Capt. 1907 
BROCKMAN, E. P. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. M. 1913 
BROCKMAN, R. ST L. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1907 

BROCKMAN,W.D. Lieut., Rifle BrigadefT.F.) and M.G.C. 1910 

(W.) 

BROMET, E. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M. 1885 

BROMLEY, L. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1903 

BROOKE, J. C. Capt. (S.), R.A.F. D.S.C. 1912 

BROOKE, Z. N. Capt., E. Surrey Regt. and Gen. List ^1908 

(Intelligence) 
BROUGHTON, A. D. 2nd Lieut., Res. Regt. of Cavalry; 1910 

Capt. (A.), R.A.F. 
*BROWN, A. A. Capt., R.F.A. ; Staff Capt. M.C. 1905 

Died 4 March 1918 of heart failure 
*BROWN, A. R. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A.; attd. R.F.C. 1913 

Killed in action 6 April 1917 
^BROWN, A. W. S. Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1900 

Killed in action iS Aug. 1916 
BROWN, C. B. Lieut., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) and Gen. 1906 

List (Staff Capt.) M.C. M. 

BROWN/E. B. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 1912 

BROWN, G. D. Capt., R. Fusiliers 1888 

BROWN, H.H. Capt.,I.M.S.;D.A.D.M.S. M 3. Order 1904 

of the Nile, qth Class (Egypt) 
^BROWN, H. M. Trooper, Natal Light Horse ; 2nd Lieut., 1906 

E. Lanes. Regt. 

Killed in action in Mesopotamia 9 April 1916 
*BROWN, R. W. Capt., Wiltshire Regt. (W.) 

Killed in action 9 April 1917 



GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 123 

*BROWN, T. Sergt., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); 2nd Lieut., 1908 

Norfolk Regt. 

Killed in action near Guillemont 4 Sept. 1916 
*BROWN, W. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1911 

Died while returning from Mesopotamia 27 March 1919 

of illness contracted on active service 
^BROWNE, G. BUCKSTON. Lieut.-Col., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1895 

D.S.O. M 3 . 

Died 6 Jan. 1919 of pneumonia contracted on active 

service 
*BROWNSWORD, D. A. Capt., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) and King's 1909 

Royal Rifle Corps 

Died 25 Dec. 1917 of wounds received in action on 

Passchendaele Ridge 

BUCKELL, E. R. Strathcona's Horse, Canadian Force 1908 

BULL, H. C. H. Capt., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 1909 

(W.) M.C. 

BULL,W. E. H. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M.C. 1908 

BULLOCK, J. C. Paymaster Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1911 

BULLOUGH, E. Lieut., R.N.V.R., empld. Admiralty *i9ii 

BURGESS, A. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1898 

BURGESS, R. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) (W.) D.S.O. 1899 

M.C. M 2. French Croix de Guerre 
BURGOYNE JOHNSON, F. W. Capt., Durham L.I.; attd. 1911 

M.G.C. 
*BURN, C. J. Lieut., Leicestershire Regt. (W 2.) 1912 

Killed in action i Oct. 1917 

BURNELL, Rev. E. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1898 

BURNET, J. R. W. Lieut., Spec. List, empld. Ministry of 1905 

National Service 

BURNETT, F. E. Lieut., R.E. (Electric Lights, T.F.) [1914] 
BURTON, E. T. D. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) M. [1914] 

BURWELL,W.K. Lieut., E.Yorks. Regt.; Capt., R.E. (W.) 1901 
BUSH, F. R. 2nd Lieut., E. Surrey Regt.; Lieut., Rifle 1895 

Brigade; Major (Ad.), R.A.F. 
BUSWELL, H. L. F. United States Signal Corps. French 1905 

Croix de Guerre 

*CAIGER, F. H. S. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1915 

Killed in action n Nov. 1916 

CAIGER, G. H. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1915 

CALDERWOOD, J. L. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) M. 1906 

CALDWELL, H. G. Lieut., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). 1914 
(W.) 



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CAM, W. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1902 

CAMERON, D. W. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1912 

CAMPBELL, G. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. (R.N.D.); Lieut., 1914 

R.M.A. 

CAMPBELL, W. H. Major, R.A.S.C. M. 1905 

CANDY, K. E. Lieut., Lanes. Fus.; Capt., Labour Corps 1910 

(P. of W. Coy.) (W.) M.C. 

CANNINGTON, A. S. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1905 

CANT, F. V. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1909 

CARDWELL, C. R. Capt., Dorset Regt.(T.F.) 1907 

CARD WELL, W. Lieut., Spec. List (Censor's Staff) 1901 

CAREY, G. V. Major, Rifle Brigade ; Major (Ad.), R.A.F. ; 1906 

S.O. 3, Air Ministry. (W.) M. Belgian Croix de 

Guerre 

CARR,G.D'R. Lieut.-Col.,R.A.M.C. (Ws.) M.C. and 1908 

two Bars. Brevet Major. M. 

CARSBERG, A. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1891 

CARTER, G. S. Capt., Leicestershire Regt. and R.E. 1912 

(W2.) 

CARVER, A. E. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1902 

CASTELLAN, C. E., T.D. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) 1894 

CAVE, H. W. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) M.C. 1910 

CAVE, W. T. C. Capt., London Regt. (P.) 1901 

CAVE-MOYLE, Rev. G. E. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1894 
*CECIL, C. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); 2nd Lieut., R. 1894 

Berkshire Regt.(T.F.) 

Killed in action on the Somme 16 July 1916 
^CHALLONER, A. C. 2nd Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. 1911 

Killed in action 30 July 1915 

CHAMBERLAIN, D. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1898 

CHANCELLOR, R. B. 2nd Lieut., 5th (R. Irish) Lancers [1914] 

^CHAPMAN, G. M. Lieut., R.A.M.C. French Medal for 1907 

saving life at sea 

Killed in action 13 May 1915 
CHAPPEL, B. H. Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I.; attd. [1914] 

io7th Pioneers, Indian Army; Capt., Norfolk Regt. 

(W2.) 

CHAPPEL, G. P. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1886 

CHARLES, J. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. (2nd S. Gen. Hospital, 1891 

T.F.) 
^CHEAPE, J. DE C. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. 1913 

Killed in action 3 Sept. 1916 
CHEFFAUD, P. H. M. Capt. 295me Regt., French Army. 1910 

(W.) 



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*CHESSEX, R. E. A. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1896 

Accidentally killed on H.M.S. Vanguard 9 July 1917 
^CHILD, G. J. Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 1911 

Killed in action 18 April 1915 
CHISHOLM, D. C. H. Major, Worcestershire Regt. (R. 1897 

ofO.);A.P.M. M. 

CHITTICK, H. S. Capt., R.E.(T.F.) M. 1904 

CHRISTIE, J. F. Capt., Hertfordshire Regt. and Bedford- 1911 

shire Regt. (W 2.) M.C. 
CHRISTIE, S. O. K. Hon. Capt., R. Marines, empld. 1911 

Admiralty 
CHURCHER, W. D. Lieut., E. Surrey Regt.(T.F.); Capt., 1912 

67th Punjabis, Indian Army 
CHURCHILL, A. R. Capt., London Regt. (Cyclist Bn.) and 1902 

Middlesex Regt.(T.F.) 
CHURTON, W. A. V. Lieut.-Col., Cheshire Regt.(T.F.) 1895 

D.S.O. T.D. MI. 

CLARENCE- SMITH, K. W. Lieut., R.F.A. 1909 

CLARK, G. W. Pte., R. Fusiliers 1896 

CLARKE, A. G. A. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1890 

CLARKE, A. J. M. See MICHELL- CLARKE, A. J. 
CLARKE, A. V. Colonel, A.M.S. (T.F. Res.); A.D.M.S. 1889 
CLARKE, J. M. See MICHELL- CLARKE, J. 
CLARKE, J. S. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M.C. 1892 

CLARKE, R. H. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1908 

CLARKE, S. H. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1897 

CLARKSON, J. F. Lieut.-Col., R.G.A. (R. of O.) 1879 

CLAUDET, B. J. A. Capt., R.N.V.R. (R.N.D.); Capt. [1914] 

(Ad.), R.A.F. 
CLAUDET, F. H. B. Pte., H.A.C. ; Lieut., R.F.A. (T.F.) ; 1908 

(W.) 
CLAUDET, R. A. O. Pte., H.A.C.; Lieut., 2nd Dragoon [1914] 

Gds. (Queen's Bays). (W.) 
CLAYE, H. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and Derby 1907 

Regt., T.F.) ; Hon. Capt. (O.), R.A.F. (W 2.) (P.) 
CLAYTON, E. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. (4th London Gen. 1900 

Hospital, T.F.) 

CLEMINSON, F. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1897 

*CLOUDESLEY,H. Lieut., The Queen's(R.W. Surrey Regt.) 1902 

Killed in action i July 1916 

COAST, W. CorpL, R.A.M.C. 1916 

*COATES, A. D. Lieut., London Regt. (R. Fus.) 1912 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 27-28 April 1915 
COATES, N. H. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1910 



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COATES, V. H. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 1907 

COBBOLD, A. W. Capt., Remount Service 1874 

^COBBOLD, C. T. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1912 

Killed in action 3 Oct. 1916 

COBBOLD, J. V. 2nd Lieut., Yorkshire Regt.(T.F.) 1916 

^COCHRAN, F. A. 2nd Lieut., Gordon Hdrs. [^H] 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

COCKAYNE, A. A. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. D.S.C. 1909 

COCKIN, M. S. Capt., E. Yorks. Regt.; empld. Ministry 1900 

of Munitions. (W.) M. 

COCKIN, R. P. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1898 

COCKSEDGE, T. A. B. Major, R.A.V.C.(T.F.) M. 1902 

COLBECK, E. H. Major, N. Zealand Med. Corps 1884 

COLCUTT, A. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. (2nd E. Gen. Hospital, 1887 

T.F.) 

COLLEDGE, L. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M. 1901 

COLLINGWOOD, B. J. Major, R.A.M.C. O.B.E. 1890 

^COLLINSON, G. E. C. Lieut., Cameron Hdrs.; attd. [1914] 

R.F.C. 

Killed in flying accident 13 April 1917 

*<COLLOT, T. A. 2nd Lieut., Dorset Regt. and R. Berk- 1912 

shire Regt. 

Killed in action i July 1916 

COLQUHOUN, J. C. Capt., Highland L.I. and Gen. List 1913 

(P. and B.T. Staff). (W.) M.B.E. M. 
COMBE, E. P. Capt., R. Scots ; Brigade Major. M.C. and 1909 

Bar. M2. 

COMPTON, A. G. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. M. 1903 

CONNOLLY, B. B., C.B. Colonel, A.M.S.; A.D.M.S. m. 1863 

CONNOP, H. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1885 

COOKE, W. I. Corpl., R.E. (Signals) 1906 

COOMBE, R. Major, R.A.M.C. (4th S. Gen. Hospital, T.F.) 1879 

COOPER, H. C. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1914 

COOPER, H. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1882 

CORBET- SINGLETON, M. G. Lieut., R. Dublin Fus. and [1914] 

Gen. List 

CORBETT, R. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1912 

*CORY, C. W. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt.(T.F.) 1906 

Killed in action 12 Aug. 1915 

CORY, R. F. P. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1904 

COSTIGAN, R. H. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. (W.) 1909 

COSTOBADIE, L. P. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1908 

*COTTAM, H. C. B. Capt., Hampshire Regt.(T.F.) M.C. 1909 

Killed in action 30 Sept. 1918 



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COUCHMAN, H. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1904 

COULSON, R. N. Major, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles); 1898 

Lieut.-Col., King's Own Scottish Borderers. D.S.O. 

M 2. French Croix de Guerre 

COWAN-DOUGLAS, H. Capt., Rifle Brigade 1914 

*CowiE, A. G. Capt., Seaforth Hdrs. (W.) 1909 

Died 6 April 1916 of wounds received in action 

Cox, D. H. Capt., Scottish Horse and R.E. (Signals) 1900 

*Cox, E. Fleet-Surgeon, R.N. 1892 

Accidentally killed on H.M.S. Vanguard 9 July 1917 

Cox, R. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1902 

CRAIG, M. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. C.B.E. 1884 

CRAIGIE, R. C. Capt., King's (Shropshire L.I.) (W.) [1914] 

M.C. and Bar 

CRAWHALL, T. L. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1912 

^CREAN, T. Capt., Northamptonshire Regt. ; attd. R.F.C. 1899 

Killed in flying accident 26 Oct. 1914 

CREED, Rev. J. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1908 

CRESWELL, H. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. and Bar 1907 

CRIMP, G. L. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1894 

CROMIE, B. P. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. ; Lieut., R.F.A. [1914] 

M.C. M. 

CROMPTON, J. Capt., loth Jats, Indian Army. O.B.E. 1905 

CROSS, W.E. Capt., R.Sussex Regt.; attd. Lovat's Scouts 1892 

*CROSSE, T. L. Capt., Border Regt. (W 2.) 1908 

Killed in action 3 July 1916 

CROYSDALE, J. H. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1897 

CROZIER, J. E. D. 2nd Lieut., Coldstream Gds. I 9 I 7 

CRUMP, N. E. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. (T.F.) ; attd. R.E. [1914] 

(Signals) 

*I<CRUNDWELL, A. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) [ I 9 I 4] 

Killed in action 23 April 1918 

CULLIMORE, C. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1909 

CULLIMORE, JAMES. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1904 

^CULLIMORE, JOHN. Lieut., Cheshire Regt. M 2. 1912 

Died 1 6 April 1916 of wounds received in action 

CULLIMORE, W. Lieut., Cheshire Regt.(T.F.) 1906 

GUMMING, J. B. 2nd Lieut., Scottish Horse; Lieut, and [1914] 

Adjt., R.F.A.(T.F.) 

CURME, D. E. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. 1889 

CURNOW, A. T. Pte., Middlesex Regt.; 2nd Lieut., E. 1916 

Riding of Yorkshire Yeo. 

CURSETJEE, H. J. M. Capt., I.M.S. (W.) D.S.O. M 2. 1908 

Order of the White Eagle, $th Class (Serbia) 



iz8 GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 

CURWEN, B. M. Major, Rifle Brigade 1909 

fcCuRWEN, C. N. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1908 

Killed in action 15 Sept. 1916 



DALY,!.DEB. Fit. Lieut., R.N.A.S.;Capt.(Med.),R.A.F. ion 

(W.) 
DALY, U. DE B. Capt., R. Dublin Fus. ; Major, Spec. List 1911 

(Cmdt., Bombing School). (W.) M. 

DARLEY, C. B. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) (P.) 1906 

DAUKES, S. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Service, T.F.) 1897 

O.B.E. M. 
DAVENPORT, W. H. Lieut.-Col., R. Warwickshire Regt., 1885 

attd. R.A.O.C. 

DAVIDSON, G. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1896 

*DAVIES, I. T. 2nd Lieut., Oxford'and Bucks. L.I. 1913 

Killed in action 22 June 1915 
^DAVIES, J. R. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. ^99 

Died 28 Nov. 1917 of wounds received in action 
DAVIES, R. E. L. Lieut. (A. and S.), R.A.F. D.F.C. M. 1913 
*DAVIS, C. J. B. Capt., R.E.(T.F.) 1913 

Died 29 Sept. 1917 of wounds received in action 25 Sept. 

1917 

DAVIS, F. M. Capt., London Regt. (W2.) (P.) 1908 

DAVIS, F. P. Capt., R.A.S.C. and M.G.C. (P.) 1905 

DAVY, G. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. O.B.E. M. 1901 

DAWBARN, J. R. Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. and 1914 

Bedfordshire Regt. 
DAWSON, H. H. Major, 75th Carnatic Infy., Indian 1895 

Army; D.A.A.G. M. 

DAY, E. C. Major, Remount Service 1892 

DAY, G. 2nd Lieut., R.E. M.C. 1907 

DAY,W. F. L. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1895 

DEARDEN, H. Hon. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W 2.) 1901 

DEBAILLEUL, A. Pte., French Army; Interpreter with 1904 

British Exp. Force 
DEBENHAM, F. Major, Oxford and Bucks. L.I. (W.) 1913 

O.B.E. 

DENDY, E. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1910 

*DEVITT, G. F. O. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1912 

Killed in action at Hooge 30 July 1915 

A. F. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. I4th Murray's 1909 

Jat Lancers and 34th Poona Horse 

Killed in action in Palestine \\July 1918 



GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 129 

!<DIETRICHSEN, F. C. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1901 

and Derby Regt., T.F.) M. 

Killed in the Irish rebellion i May 1916 

DILL, J.F.GORDON. Surgeon Maj or, Norf oik Yeo. O.B.E. 1877 

T.D. m. 

DISNEY, H. A. P. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt. ; 1912 

D.A.Q.M.G.; Lieut.-Col. (T.), R.A.F.; S.O. i. M. 

m 2. Officer, Order of the Crown of Italy 

*DixoN, T. H. Capt., Manchester Regt. (W.) M.C. 1913 

Killed in action 25 Aug. 1918 

DOAK, J. K. R. Lieut., Cameron Hdrs. (W 3.) 1909 

DOBIE, J. N. Major, R.A.M.C. 1885 

*DoBiE, W. M. Lieut., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent Regt.) [1914] 

Killed in action 9 April 1916 

DOBSON, D. R. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1898 

DOBSON, G. M. B. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. m. 1907 

DOBSON, H. D. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1909 

DONALDSON, E. A. Chaplain, R.N. 1892 

^DONALDSON, G. B. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt.(T.F.) 1912 

Died in German hands 19 July 1916 of wounds received 

in action 

DONNELL, J. H. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1896 

DRACUP, A. H. 2nd Lieut., I.A.R.O. 1907 

DREWRY, G. H. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1907 

DRUMMOND, J. M. F. Lieut., Highland L.I. 1900 

DRURY,A.N. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) ; D.A.D.M.S. 1909 

DRYLAND, G. W. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1900 

DUCKWORTH, L. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.) ; 1910 

Major, King's (Liverpool Regt., T.F.) M. 

DUDDELL, A. G. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt.; Capt., 1912 

Spec. List (Bde. Bombing Officer). (W.) 

DUKA, A. T., D.S.O. Major, R.A.M.C. M. 1884 

DUKE, H. L. Capt., Spec. List, empld. E. African Force 1902 

DUNCAN, J. H. Major, R.A.S.C. M. 1905 

^DUNLOP, J. G. M. 2nd Lieut., R. Dublin Fus. 1905 

Killed in action at Clary 27 Aug. 1914 

DUNLOP, W. N. U. Lieut., London Regt. (Kensington 1912 

Bn.) ; Capt. and Adjt., M.G.C. M. 

DUNN, T. W. N. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1898 

DURST, A. Capt., R.E.(T.F.) ; attd. Labour Corps. M. 1894 

DYAS, G. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 1905 

DYKES, K. Major, Queen's Own (R. W. Kent Regt.); 1913 

D.A.Q.M.G. (W.) O.B.E. M.C. M. Order of St 

Stanislas, %rd Class (Russia). Belgian Croix de Guerre 

C.U.W.L. Q 



130 GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 

EALAND, V. F. Lieut., R.F.A. 1913 

EAMES,W.L'E.,C.B.,V.D. Bt. Colonel, R.A.M.C. C.B.E. 1882 

M 2. Commander, Military Order of Avis (Portugal) 
EBDEN, J. W. Capt., I.A.R.O. ; Staff Capt. 
EBDEN,W.S. 2nd Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) (W 2 .) 

(P-) 

ECCLES, R. Bt. Colonel, Durham L.I. and King's (Liver- 
pool Regt.) 
EDGEWORTH, F. H. Major, R.A.M.C. (2nd S. Gen. 

Hospital, T.F.) 

EDWARDS, C. G. Capt., R.A.S.C. (W.) m. 
EISDELL, H. M. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 
ELAM, J. E. 2nd Lieut., Monmouthshire Regt. 
ELEY, H. G. Lieut., E. Surrey Regt.; Major, R.E. (W.) 

M.B.E. 

ELLISON, H. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
ELTON, H. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
ELTRINGHAM, H. C. 2nd Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. 

Riding Regt.); attd. R.F.C. 
^ELWORTHY, T. 2nd Lieut., R.E.; Lieut., King's Own 1911 

(R. Lancaster Regt.) M. 

Killed in action 3 May 1917 
ELWORTHY, W. R. Lieut., R.G.A. 
EMRYS-JONES, M. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
ENGLAND, H. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 
EVANS, M. W. H. Fit. Lieut., R.N.A.S. 
*EVATT, J. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 

Killed in action 21 March 1918 
EVE, H. F. H. Capt. and Adjt., R.A.S.C. M.C. 
EVERETT, Rev. B. C. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 
EVERITT, H. L. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. A.F.C. 
EVERSHED, Rev. F. T. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
EWENS, B. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. Order of St Sava, $th 

Class (Serbia) 
EWING, W. T. Lieut.-Col., R. Scots (T.F.) D.S.O. and 1906 

Bar. M. French Croix de Guerre 
EYRE, L. B. Lieut., E. Surrey Regt.(T.F.) 1909 

FAGAN, C. H. J. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) O.B.E. 1897 

FAIRBROTHER, J. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1908 

^FAWCETT, R. W. Surgeon Prob., R.N.V.R.; 2nd Lieut., 1910 

S. Staffs. Regt. 

Died 26 Sept. 1915 of wounds received in action 

FEARFIELD, C. J. Major, R.E. M.C. M. 1910 



GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 131 

FELTON, D. G. W. 2nd Lieut., Hereford School O.T.C. 1905 
FENWICK, J. S. Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. (W.) 1912 
FERRAND, J. B. P. Major (S.), R.A.F. (P.) D.S.O. [1914] 
FERRERS, E. B. Major, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles); 1897 

Lieut.-Col., Spec. List (Cmdt., School of Instruction). 

(W.) D.S.O. M2. 

FEUERHEERD, L. M. R. Fusiliers 1894 

^FIELDING, E. F. Lieut., W. African Frontier Force 1898 

Killed in action in the Gamer vons 24 Oct. 1915 
FINLAY, R. V. K. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1902 

^FISCHER, A. W. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) ; Lieut., [1914] 

Devon Regt. (W.) M. 

Died 17 May 1916 of wounds received in action 
FITTON, R. Capt., R.F.A.; Lieut. (O.), R.A.F. (W.) 1909 

M.C. M. 
FITZGERALD, H. S. Lieut., Northumberland Fus.; attd. 1902 

W. African Frontier Force. (W.) 
FITZJOHN, T. Lieut.-Col., Worcestershire Regt. (W.) 1898 

D.S.O. and Bar. M 3. French Croix de Guerre 
FLEMMING, M. G. Corpl., R.E. (Signals) ; Lieut., R.G.A. 191 1 
FLETCHER, A. B. Capt., loth Jats, Indian Army M 2. 1912 
FLETCHER, W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1890 

FORMAN, D. P. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1906 

Derby Regt., T.F.); attd. R.E. (Signals). M. 
FORMOY, R. R. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) 1905 

FORSTER, C. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) M. Order of 1905 

St Sava, $th Class (Serbia) 
*FORSTER-BROWN, J. C. Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1911 

Died 27 Aug. 1916 of wounds received in action 
FORSYTH, G. Lieut., London Regt. (Q.V.R.); A.D.C. 1899 
FORSYTH, L. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1893 

FOWLER, Sir J.K.,K.c.v.o. Colonel, A.M.S. C.M.G. M. 1876 
FOWLER, T. G. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. (Coastal Motor- 1910 

boat Service) 

Fox, H. M. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1908 

FRANCIS, G. L. B. Capt., Monmouthshire Regt. ; Major, 1004 

R.A.S.C.(T.F.) 
FRANKLIN, C. D. G. Lieut., Rifle Brigade and M.G.C. 1903 

(Motor) 
FRASER, D. H. Capt., R.A.M.C.; attd. R.A.F. M.C. 1896 

M.B.E. French Medaille d'Honneur and Medaille des 

Epidemics 
^FREEMAN, G. C. Capt., R. Berkshire Regt. 1910 

Killed in action i Oct. 1916 

92 



132 GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 

FRENCH, E. N. Major, Lincolnshire Regt.; Lieut.-Col., 1897 

London Regt. (W.) 

FROST, T. F. C. Lieut., i5th Hussars. (W.) 1913 

FRUHE-SUTCLIFFE, R. Major, R.E.(T.F.) m. 1909 

*FRY, J. D. Lieut., London Regt. (R. Fus.) 1913 

Killed in action 15 Sept. 1916 
FucHS,H.M. &*?Fox,H.M. 
FYFFE, W. K. Major, N. Zealand Med. Corps. (W.) 1882 

GABB, J. D. Capt., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey Regt., 1910 
T.F.) ; attd. 74th Punjabis, Indian Army. M. 

GALBRAITH, H. G. Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 

GAMLEN, R. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. 

GARDINER, A. L. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Regt.; Lieut., 
I.A.R.O., attd. 23rd Cavalry 

GARDINER, H. H. Capt., R.F.A.; A.D.C. (W3.) M.C. 

M2. 

GARDNER, E. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 

GARDNER, E. A. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. Officer, Order 

of the Redeemer (Greece) 

GARDNER, R. C. B. Lieut., R.G.A. ; attd. Gen. Staff. M. 
GARNSEY,E. Major, H.A.C. and Gen. Staff; A.P.M. M. 

French Croix de Guerre 
GASKELL, J. F. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M. 
GATER,B.A.R. Lieut., R. Fusiliers and Gen. List. (W.) 
GAVIN, N.D.I. Lieut., King's Own Scottish Borderers ; 

Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 
GAYE, A. W. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 
GELL, W. C. C. Lieut.-Col., R. Warwickshire Regt. 

(T.F.) (W.) D.S.O.andBar. M.C. M 3. Italian 

Silver Medal for Military Valour 
^GEORGE, A. K. D. Lieut., Dorset Regt. 

Died 14 Sept. 1914 of wounds received in action 
GERARD, R. J. L. Lieut., Gordon Hdrs. (T.F.); Capt. 

(Ad.), R.A.F. 
*GETTY, J. H. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. M. 

Killed in action 3 May 1917 

GIBSON, A. M. Lieut., R.G.A. and Spec. List (Intelli- 
gence). Italian Croce di Guerra 
GILLIES, H. D. Major, R.A.M.C. C.B.E. m. 
GIMBLETT, C. L. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 
GIMLETTE, C. H. M. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 
GINGELL, W. C. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 
GLANVILLE,WJ. Major,R.A.O.C.;I.O.M. istClass. M. 



GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 133 

GLENDINNING, H. W. Capt., Cheshire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) [1914] 
*GLOSTER, H. C. Lieut., Gordon Hdrs.(T.F.) 1913 

Killed in action at Neuve Chapelle 13 March 1915 
GLOVER, G. H. Lieut., 2Oth Hussars. (W.) 1914 

GLOVER, H. P. McC. Major, R.F.A. (W 2.) M.C. [1914] 
GLYN, J. P. 2nd Lieut., N. Irish Horse; Lieut., R. 1905 

Horse Gds. 

GOODALL, C. C. Hon. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1909 

iGooDCHiLD, E. L. Pte., Norfolk Regt. 1910 

Killed in action 28 April 1916 
^GOODERHAM, Rev. E. J. R. B. 2nd Lieut., R. Irish Regt. 1908 

and M.G.C. 

Killed in action 13 Dec. 1916 
GooDHUE,F.W.J. Lce.-Corpl.,R. Fusiliers (Sportsman's 1885 

Bn.) 

GOODWIN, E. ST G. S. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. M. I 94 

GORDON, A. Capt., Border Regt. and Tank Corps. (W.) [1914] 

* GORDON, G. Lieut., i2th Lancers 1904 

Killed in action at Ypres 30 April 1915 
^GORDON, H. Lieut., King's Own Scottish Borderers. (W.) [1914] 

Died 19 Dec. 1915 of wounds received in action in 

Gallipoli 

GossE,A.H. Major, R.A.M.C. (T.F.) BrevetMajor. M^. 1903 
GOSSE, R. W. Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt.(T.F.); 1910 

Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 

GOSSET, A. C. V. Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. (W 2.) 1913 
GOSTLING, E. V. Colonel, R.A.M.C.(T.F.); A.D.M.S. 1891 

(W.) D.S.O. M. m. 
fcGoTCH, D. H. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 2nd 1910 

Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. 

Killed in action at Neuve Chapelle n March 1915 
GOULD, L. McL. Sergt., 2nd Central Ontario Regt., 1897 

Canadian Force. Belgian Croix de Guerre 
GOULLET, A. S. C. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. 1913 

GRAHAM, Rev. C. Chaplain, R.N. O.B.E. 1897 

GRAHAM, L. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1906 

GRAHAM, W. P. G. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. 1880 

GRANTHAM-HILL, C. Lieut., 3rd Hussars. (W.) 1909 

GRAY, W. A. 2nd Lieut., Rangoon Bn., Indian Defence 1904 

Force 

GRAZEBROOK,O.F. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. (T.F. Res.) 1904 
GREENBERG, A. W. See GREENHILL, A. W. 
GREENE, G. E. 2nd Lieut., Natal Carabineers. (W.) 1899 

GREENHILL, A. W. Pte., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1911 



134 GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 

GREENISH, F. H. S. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1908 

GRETTON, G. F. Major, yth Hariana Lancers, Indian 1896 

Army 

GRIFFITH, C. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. (W 2.) [1914] 

GRIFFITH, F. L. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A.; empld. Ministry of 1915 

Labour. (W.) 

GRIFFITH- JONES, C. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1913 

GRIFFITHS, P. D. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) 1917 

GRIFFITHS, Rev. T. T. Chaplain and Instructor Cdr.,R.N. 1882 

GRIFFITHS, W. L. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1890 

^GRIMWADE, E. E. 2nd Lieut., Lanes. Fus. 1906 

Killed in action 17 Sept. 1916 

^GROWSE, R. H. Major, R.A.S.C. 1905 

Died 12 Feb. 1919 of pneumonia contracted on active 

service 

GRUMMITT, C. C. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1888 

GRYLLS, E. A. H. Capt., R.F.A. M. 1911 

GUINNESS, J. F. G. Lieut., R.F.A. ; empld. Ordnance 1908 

College. (W.) M. 

*GULLILAND, J. H. Capt., Essex Regt. (W.) 1911 

Died 1 8 July 1916 of wounds received in action 

GUNTER, Rev. W. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1904 

GURNEY, K. T. C. Lieut., R.F.A. and Spec. List (Intelli- 1914 

gence) 

HADFIELD, P. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1887 

HAIGH, B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1897 

RAINES, R. T. M. Capt., R.G.A. 1910 

HALE, J. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1911 

HALE, R. E. V. Capt., R.A.M.C.; Capt. (Med.), R.A.F. 1897 
HALL, A. J. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. (3rd N. Gen. Hos- 1884 

pital, T.F.) 
*HALL, E. W. Capt., Lincolnshire Regt. M.B.E. 1912 

Killed in action 26 Sept. 1917 
HALLIWELL, A. C. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 
HALLIWELL, C. C. 2nd Lieut., Welsh Gds. and Gds. 

M.G. Regt. 

HAMBLIN, E. C. C. Lieut., R.E. 1910 

HAMMOND SEARLE, A. C. Lieut.-Col. , R.A.M.C.; 1899 

D.A.D.M.S. 

HARDIE, E. E. 2nd Lieut., Gordon Hdrs. (W.) 
HARDING, E. W. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 
HARDY, F. K. Major, York and Lancaster Regt. ; empld. 

Ministry of Labour. D.S.O. M 2. 



GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 135 

*HARDY, J. and Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1908 

Died 21 Oct. 1918 of pneumonia 

HARE, A. C. Lieut., R.E. (Signals, T.F.) 1910 

HARE, Rev. S. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1904 

HARGREAVES, R. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F-) 1908 

HARPER, E. R. Capt. and Adjt., Monmouthshire Regt. 1904 

M.C. 

HARPER-SMITH, G. H. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1896 

HARREY, C. O. and Lieut., R.A.S.C.; Lieut., Gen. List 1913 

(Intelligence). M 2. French Croix de Guerre 

HARRIS, Rt Hon. F. LEVERTON,M.P. Hon. Cdr., R.N.V.R. 1881 

HARRIS, R. T. Lieut., R. North Devon Yeo. (T.F. Res.) 1883 

HARRIS, W. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1888 

HARRISON, C. E. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1888 

HARRISON, C. F. and Lieut., K. Edward's Horse; Capt., 1911 

Dorset Regt. 

HARRISON, G. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1913 

HARRISON, L. K. Colonel, R.A.M.C. (5th N. Gen. 1890 

Hospital, T.F.) C.B.E. Brevet Colonel, m 2. 

HARRISON, T. S. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1894 

HART, H. E. Major, R.F.A.; A.D.C. (W 3.) M.C. 1911 

HART-SMITH, H. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1891 

^HARTREE, C. and Lieut., R.G.A. 1897 

Killed in action 29 May 1918 

HARTREE, K. Capt., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt., 1908 

T.F.) 

HARWOOD, A. H. F. Capt., Essex Res:t.(T.F.) and 1911 

M.G.C. 

HATCH, K. and Lieut., R.A.S.C.; Lieut., 34th Poona [1914] 

Horse, Indian Army 

HATCH, M. L. Lieut., R.F.A. 1913 

^HATHORN, C. N. and Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 1913 

Killed in action 10 Aug. 1915 

HATHORN, W. B. Lieut., 6th Dragoon Gds. (Carabiniers). 1912 

(W.) M. 

HATTEN, G. Pte., Essex Regt. and Labour Corps 1902 

HATTON, G. A. L. Capt., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent 1907 

Regt.) (P.) 

HAULTAIN,W.F.T. Capt., R.A.M.C. O.B.E. M.C. M. 1911 

HAWKER, G. P. D. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M. m. 1894 

HAWKER, H. L. L. Sergt. -Instructor, R.E. I 9 I 4 

HAWKINS, C. H. G. W. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1908 

HAWLEY, A. T. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1914 

HAYDON, A. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1907 



136 GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 

HAYDON,T.H. Colonel, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) Brevet Colonel 
m. 

HAYWARD, L. G. Lieut., Suffolk Regt.(T.F.) ; attd. Lon- 
don Regt. 

^HAYWARD, M. C. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) (W.) 
Died 23 Aug. 1916 of septic pneumonia 

HAZELDINE, D. Lieut., R.E. (W.) 

HEALD, C. B. Lieut.-CoL, R.A.M.C. ; Lieut.-Col. (Med.), 
R.A.F.; S.O. i, Air Ministry. C.B.E. 

HEALD, W. M. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt.; Capt., 
R.A.O.C. m. 

HEARD, Rev. A. ST J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 

HENDLEY, H. J. H. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) 

HERBERT, P. L. W. Colonel, Sherwood Foresters (Notts, 
and Derby Regt.); Brig.-Gen., R.A.F. C.M.G. 
Brevet Major. M 4. m. Order of St Anne, yd Class, 
with swords (Russia). Grand Commander ', Order of St 
Saviour (Greece). Order of the Nile, yrd Class (Egypt) 

HERBERT, S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 

HEREFORD, J. C. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 
^HERMANN, J. Pte., London Regt. (Q.V.R.) 
Killed in action 25 Sept. 1916 

HERRIOT, D. R. Capt., Northumberland Fus. (W 2.) 

HESKETH-WRIGHT, J. H. Lieut., Spec. List, empld. Min- 
istry of National Service 

HEURTLEY, W. A. Capt., E. Lanes. Regt.; Major, Gen. 
List (Dep. Governor of Military Prison). O.B.E. 

M2. 

HEWETT, F. S., M.V.O. Surgeon Lieut., R.N.V.R. 
HEWITT, R. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
HEY, C. E. M. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 
*HICKMAN, W. C. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 

Killed in action i July 1916 
HICKS, E. H. Hon. Major, R.A.M.C. M. Chevalier 

Order of Leopold (Belgium) 
HIGGINS, S. J. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. 
HIGGINS, W. R. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 
HIGGINSON, G. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 
HIGSON, G. H. 2nd Lieut., Manchester Regt. (T.F. Res.) 
*HiLL, P. A. Capt., S. Wales Borderers (T.F.) 

Killed in action 23 April 1917 
HILL, R. A. P. Major, R.A.M.C. 
*HILLS, A. H. 2nd Lieut., Hampshire Regt.(T.F.) 

Killed in action 19 April 1917 



GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 137 

HILPERN, W. T. H. Lieut., E. Lanes. Regt. (P.) 1909 

HINCHCLIFFE, J. W. Pte., R. Fusiliers; Capt., North- 1912 

amptonshire Regt. ; attd. Gloucestershire Regt. 
HINDLEY, N. L. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1913 

Derby Regt.); Capt., Gen. Staff. (W 2.) M. 
HIRST, G. G. Major, I.M.S.; D.A.D.M.S. M. 1896 

HIRST, J. W. Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding Regt., 1914 

T.F.) (W.) 
HISLOP, T. C. A. Capt., Wellington Regt., N. Zealand 1907 

Force 
*HOBSON, A. F. Major, R.E. D.S.O. M 2. 1911 

Killed in action 28 Aug. 1916 
^HoBSON,L.F. 2nd Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt. (T.F.) [1914] 

Died 12 July 1915 of wounds received in action 
HOFF, H. G. Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1908 

HOFFMEISTER, C. J. R. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1899 

HOLDEN, E. G. Lieut., Welsh Regt. and M.G.C. (W.) 1914 
HOLDEN, G. H. R. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) m. 1882 

^HOLLAND, W. D. A. Lieut., 9th Lancers ; Capt., Cavalry, 1911 

Indian Army. (W.) 

Died 13 Aug. 1917 of illness contracted on the Mahsud 

expedition 

HOLLIS, Rev. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1900 

HOLMAN, C. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 190 

*HOLMAN, G. H. W. Lieut., Wiltshire Regt. (W.) [1914 

Died 6 July 1916 of wounds received in action near 

Thiepval 5 July 1916 

HOLMES, G. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1903 

HOLMES, T. E. Major, R.A.M.C. m. 1894 

*HooD, G. C. Lce.-Corpl., Middlesex Regt. (P. S. Bn.) 1913 

Died 19 Feb. 1916 of wounds received in action 15 Feb. 

1916 

HOPE, G. M. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1901 

HOPE, S. J. C.P.O., R.N.A.S. 1900 

HORNER, N. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1899 

^HORSEY, A. M. Surgeon Prob., R.N.V.R. 1913 

Killed in action 9 Aug. 1917 
HORSLEY, C. D. Lieut.-Col.,2ist Lancers; D.A.Q.M.G. 1894 

(W.) M.C. M. French Croix de Guerre 
HOTBLACK, G. V. Capt., Welsh Regt. and Gen. List 1909 

(Brigade Major). (W.) M.C. 
*HOWARTH, H. V. Lieut, Devon Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1914 

Died 2 May 1918 of wounds received in action 
HOWELL, C. G. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1913 



138 GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 

HOWES, A. G. Capt., Remount Service 

HOWSE, T. F. Cadet, O.C.B. 

HUDSON, R. J. Lieut., R. Fusiliers; Major (A.), R.A.F. 

M.C. 

HUELIN, E. S. B.S.M., H.A.C. 
HULBERT, H. B. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. (W.) 
HULLAH, J. Nagpur Rifles, Indian Defence Force 
HUMFREY, S. H. G. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 
HUMPHRYS, H. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
HUNKIN, Rev. J. W. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D.; 

D.A.C.G. (W.) O.B.E. M.C. and Bar. M 2. 
HUNTER, J. F. S. Capt., R.E. (Tyne Electrical Engineers, 

T.F.) M.B.E. M. 
HUNTER, J. H. 2nd Lieut., Rangoon Bn., Indian Defence 

Force 

HUTCHENCE, B. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
HUTCHENCE, W. G. Major, Durham L.I. and S. Staffs. 

Regt. (W.) 

ILES, J. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
*!LES, J. O. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt.; attd. R. Welsh Fus. 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 
ILOTT, C. H. T. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 
IRVING, W. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 
IRWIN, A. P. B. Lieut.-Col., E. Surrey Regt. (W 3.) 

D.S.O. and two Bars. Brevet Major. M 3. 

* JACKSON, A. J. 2nd Lieut., Middlesex Regt. 

Killed in action 27 April 1915 

JACKSON,H.S. Lieut.-Col., R.F.A. (W2.) D.S.O. M 3. 
JACOB, A. C. Lieut., R.F.A. 

* JAMES, C. K. Major, Border Regt.; Lieut.-Col., W. 

Yorks.Regt. (W 2.) D.S.O. and Bar. Brevet Major. 

M6. 

Killed in action 19 May 1918 
JAMES, E. H. Capt., R. North Devon Yeo. ; attd. Dorset 

Regt. M.C. and Bar 

JAMES, Rev. J. A. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) M. 
JARVIS, Rev. F. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
JASPER, R. F. T. Lieut., Essex Regt. ; empld. Ministry of 

Munitions. (W.) 
^JENNINGS, F. M. Capt., 8th (King's R. Irish) Hussars 

Died ii Nov. 1918 of wounds received in action 
JEPHCOTT, C. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 



GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 139 

JEPHCOTT, Rev. E. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

JEPSON, Rev. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1875 

JERRAM, R. M. Lieut., Hampshire Regt. and Tank Corps. [1914] 

M.C. 
*JEUDWINE, S. H. Capt., Lincolnshire Regt. (W 2.) [1914] 

Killed in action i July 1916 

JOHNSON, F. W. B. See BURGOYNE JOHNSON, F. W. 
JOHNSON, H. C. J. Major, R.A.O.C.; D.A.D.O.S. M. 1902 
JOHNSON, H. P. Major, R.A.M.C. (R. of O.) 1882 

JOHNSON, L. O. Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 1913 

(W2.) 

JOHNSON, R. E. Lieut., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) 1913 

(W2.) 

JOHNSTON, H. B. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt. and Spec. 1911 

List, empld. Sudan Govt. 

JONES, T. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1899 

*JONES-BATEMAN, F. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. (W.) M. 1914 

Killed in action near Englefontaine 4 Nov. 1918 

JUPE, H. M. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1912 

KAUFFMANN, A. L. Ensign, United States Naval Res. 1912 

Flying Corps 

KAY, R. L. Capt., Cheshire Regt. M.C. M. 1913 

KEATING, J. H. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt. (W2.) 1912 

KEIR, L. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1903 

*KELLIE, K. H. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1893 

Killed in action 25 June 1916 

KELLOW, W. Engineers, S. African Force. 1912 

KELWAY, K. S. Corpl., R.E. (Signals); Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1912 

(M.T.) 

KEMPSON, Rev. F. C Capt,. R.A.M.C.(T.F.); Capt. 1886 

(Med.), R.A.F. 

^KENDALL, L. F. W. A. Lieut., Norfolk Regt.; attd. 1911 

M.G.C. (Cavalry) 

Died 22 Nov. 1917 of wounds received in action 21 Nov. 

1917 

KENNEDY, A. Capt., I.M.S. 1905 

KENNEDY, M. W. Lieut., R. Scots Fus. [ I 9 I 4] 

KENT, H. H. Lieut.-Col., Northumberland Fus. m. 1882 

^KINDER, T. H. Capt., Suffolk Regt. 1912 

Killed in action 3 July 1916 

KING, E. F. H. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1911 

KING, F. H. Fit. Sub-Lieut., R.N.A.S. 1915 

KING, G. C. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M. 1905 



140 GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 

*KiNG, S. W. T. 2nd Lieut., Cheshire Regt.(T.F.) [1914] 

Killed in action 10 Aug. 1915 

KINGSFORD, G. T. Major, R.E.(T.F.) D.S.O. M. 
KINGSLEY-SMITH, C. H. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. 
KNAGGS, R. L. Major, R.A.M.C. (and N. Gen. Hospital, 

T.F.) 

KNIGHT, E. F. Major, R.E. (W.) M.C. and Bar 
KNIGHT, H. F. Lieut., Spec. List (R.T.O.) 
KNOX, R.W. Lieut.-CoL, I.M.S. D.S.O. M 4. Order 

of the White Eagle , \ih Class, with swords (Serbia). 

Officer, Order of the Crown of Italy 
*KNOX, W. Capt., Cameron Hdrs.; attd. R.F.C. 

Killed in action 20 Feb. 1916 
*KoHN,W.A. Pte.,R. Fusiliers; 2nd Lieut., E.Lancs.Regt. 

Killed in action i July 1916 

KON, G. A. R. Lieut., R.A.M.C.; Capt., R.E, m. 
KOOP, G. G. Lieut., R.F.A. 

LA FONTAINE, J. S. Lieut., R.N.V.R. (W.) 

LA FONTAINE, S. H. Capt., E. African Force. D.S.O. 

M.C. M. 
LAKE, W. I. Sergt., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey Regt.) 

and Middlesex Regt. 

LANDAU, H. Capt., R.F.A. and Spec. List. O.B.E. 
LANE, H. J. Lieut., R.G.A.; attd. R.E. M. 
^LANG, H. Lieut., N. Zealand Rifle Brigade 

Killed in action 20 July 1916 

LANGDALE, A. H. Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt. M. 
*LANGDALE, H. C. Pte., H.A.C.; Capt., R. Sussex Regt. 

(W2.) 

Killed in action 26 Sept. 1917 
LANGDON, H.C.T. Capt., R.A.M.C.; Lieut.-Col.(Med.), 

R.A.F. O.B.E. M. 

LANGLEY, E. R. Lieut., Spec. List (Carrier Corps) 
LANGLEY, F. O. Capt., S. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.); Major, 

Asst. Military Attache. M.C. M. Chevalier, Legion 

of Honour (France) 

LANKESTER, E. A. Major, H.A.C. (W.) M. 
LAUDERDALE, E. M. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 
LAURIE,F.G. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. (W2.) M.C. 
LAURIE, H. C. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 
LAWRENCE, J. S. G. Lieut., R.E. ; Asst. Inspector of R.E. 

Machinery 
LEA,M. Capt. and Adjt., York and Lancaster Regt. (W.) 



GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 141 

LEACH LEWIS, W. Lieut., R.F.A. 1902 

LEE, C. S. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1898 

LEES, K. Lieut., Manchester Regt. (W.) 1913 

^LEETE, W. J. H. Capt., Lanes. Fus. 1905 

Killed in action 21 Jan. 1916 

LEIGHTON, A. F. Lieut., R.F.A. M.C. M. 1907 

LENEY, R. J. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1902 

*LENNY, L. A. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) ; 2nd Lieut., S. [1914] 

Staffs. Regt.; Lieut., R. Irish Fus. 

Killed in action 20 Dec. 1917 

LESCHER,F.G. Major, R.A.M.C. (P.) M.C. and two Ears 1907 

LESTER, Rev. C. V. C.F. 4th Class, Canadian Force 1900 

LEWIS, G. A., T.D. Lieut.-Col., Sherwood Foresters 1888 

(Notts, and Derby Regt., T.F.) C.M.G. M. m. 

LEWIS, H. H. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.); Brigade Major 1907 

*LEWIS, T. E. Capt., S. Wales Borderers 1906 

Killed in bombing accident 28 Aug. 1915 

LEWIS, W. H. Lce.-Corpl., Bihar Light Horse, Indian 1907 

Defence Force 

LEWTAS, F. G. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Surgeon 1910 

Lieut., R.N. 

LEYTON, A. S. F. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1887 

LILLY, G. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. M. 1907 

LINLEY-HOWLDEN, R. C. Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 1902 

LIPP, G. A. S. Lieut., M.G.C. (W.) M.C. French 1914 

Croix de Guerre 

LITTLE, J. C. Capt., Queensland and Tasmania Bn., 1905 

Australian Force. M.C. 

LITTLE, R. A. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1914 

LITTLEJOHNS, A. S. Major, R.A.M.C. D.S.O. M. 1896 

LLOYD, A. H. Capt., Calcutta Bn., Indian Defence Force 1902 

LLOYD, I. G. Major, Rangoon Bn., Indian Defence Force 1897 
*LLOYD-JONES, I. T. Capt., R. Welsh Fus.(T.F.) [1914] 

Killed in action 26 March 1917 

LLOYD-JONES, P. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. 1903 

*LLOYD-PRICE, LL. O. Rfn., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1903 

Killed in action 10 Jan. 1915 

LOCK, N. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1904 

LOCK, P. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1893 

*LODGE, J. W. Colonel, Yorkshire Regt. 1874 

Died 23 Aug. 1917 

*LONG, B. A. Capt., S. Lanes. Regt. and King's Own (R. 1894 

Lancaster Regt.) 

Died 10 Feb. 1917 



i 4 2 GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 

LoNG,C.W. Capt., London Regt.(L.R.B.) and Spec. List 191 1 

(Adjt., Vol. Bn.) 

LOVEBAND, F. R. Bt. Colonel, W. India Regt. and W. 1882 

Yorks. Regt. m. 

LOVEDAY, G. E. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M. 1895 

LOVELOCK, A. R. Capt., Cameron Hdrs. (W.) M. 1908 

Low, A. J. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1914 

Low, H. Capt., R.A.M.C. (5th London Gen. Hospital, 1882 

T.F.) 

*LowRY, W. A. H. 2nd Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. i4th Sikhs 1908 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 4 June 1915 

LUMB, T. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1899 

LUNNISS, S. F. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1904 

MABANE, W. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt.; Capt., Spec. List. 1914 

(W.) M. 

McBRiDE, L. G. 2nd Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. (W.) 1911 

McCARDiE, W. J Capt., R.A.M.C. (ist S. Gen. Hos- 1885 

pital, T.F.) 

MCCASKIE, H. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1896 

McCASKiE, N. J. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1893 

McCAW, O. C. 2nd Lieut., Middlesex Regt. 1908 

^McCLENAGHAN, G. M. Capt., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent [1914] 

Regt.) (W.) 

Died 8 Nov. 1918 of wounds received in action 
3<MAcCoMBiE,W.J. Capt., King's Own Scottish Borderers. 1910 

(W.) M. 

Killed in action 17 July 1916 
MACDONALD, J. N. Major, K. Edward's Horse. (W.) 1906 

M. 

MACFARLANE, C. B. Lieut., Gordon Hdrs. (W.) 1905 

MACFIE, R. A. S. R.Q.M.S., King's (Liverpool Regt., 1886 

Liverpool Scottish, T.F.) 

MCGEAGH, G. R. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 1906 

^MACGREGOR, A. H. Capt., Seaforth Hdrs. (T.F.) M. 1909 

Killed in action 13 Nov. 1916 
MACKENZIE, A. V. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) (W.) 1915 

M.C. 

MCKERROW, G. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. m. 1910 

MACLEAN, H. Driver, R.G.A. 1898 

MACLEOD, D. N. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1905 

*MACMULLEN, A. R. Surgeon Lieut., R.N., attd. R.N.D. 1907 

D.S.C. and Bar 

Died 7 Sept. 1918 of wounds received in action 



GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 143 

McNAiR, W. L. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt.; Capt., 1911 

0,C.B. (W.) m. 
MACPHERSON, Rev. D. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1898 

O.B.E. M. 
MACQUARRIE, H. Lieut., R.F.A.; empld. Ministry of 1911 

Munitions 
MACRURY, E. Capt., Spec. List (Intelligence). M 2. 1907 

Cavalier, Order of the Crown of Italy. Order of the 

Nile ^th Class (Egypt) 
MCTAGGART, H. A. Hon. Capt., Gen. List, Canadian 1913 

Force 

MAIRIS, E. S. Lieut.-Col., R.M.L.I.; empld. Admiralty 1914 
MAKIN,E.L. Major, Wiltshire Regt.; G.S.O. 2. D.S.O. 1896 

M 3. m. 

MALCOLM, A. S. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1906 

MALDEN, E. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1909 

^MALET, H. A. G. Lieut., King's Own Scottish Borderers 1910 

Killed in action at Hill 60 1 8 April 1915 
MARCHANT, W. F. Capt., London Regt. (Blackheath and 1892 

Woolwich Bn.); empld. Infy. Base Depot. O.B.E M. 
MARETT TIMS, R. D. See TIMS, R. D. MARETT 
MARKLOVE, J. C. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M 2. 1901 

MARRIOTT, G. A. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps and 1911 

Gen. List 

MARRIS, H. F. Major, R.A.M.C. Brevet Major. M. 1897 

MARSDEN, Rev. T. C.F. 4th Class, Canadian Force' 1903 

fcMARSH, A. S. Capt., Somerset L.I. *i9i3 

Killed in action 6 Jan. 1916 
^MARSHALL, A. R. Corpl. R.E. (Signals) ; Capt. and Adjt., 1909 

R.G.A. 

Died 2 Feb. 1918 of wounds receivedin action SDec. 1917 
MARSHALL, D. Capt., Manchester Regt. M.C. 1910 

^MARSHALL, F. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) 1896 

Died 30 Sept. 1914 of wounds received in action on the 

Aisne 20 Sept. 1914 
^MARTEN, H. H. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps and 1912 

Manchester Regt. M. 

Killed in action 13 Aug. 1915 
MARTEN, R. H. Major, R.A.S.C. M 2. Italian Silver 1909 

Medal for Military Valour 

MARTIN, N. T. Lieut., R.F.A. 1914 

MARTIN, R. C. Pte., R. Fusiliers 1913 

MARTIN, W. E. Lieut., Devon Regt. and Gen. List [1914] 

(Adjt., Base Depot). (W.) 



144 GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 

MASON, H. B. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt.(T.F.); 

empld. Ministry of Munitions. (W.) 
MASON, J. H. Capt., R.E. (Fortress, T.F.) 
MASON, J. W. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. M.C. M. 
MASTER, A. E. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. m. 
MATTHEWS, R. W. Y. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) [1914] 

MATTINGLY, H. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) 1903 

MATURIN, F. H. Lieut.-Col., Hampshire Regt. (T.F.) and 

R.A.M.C. 
MAUNSELL, L. B. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. and M.G.C.; 

empld. Ministry of Labour. (W 2.) M.C. 
MAWER, A. Lieut., Durham Univ. O.T.C. 
MAXWELL, L.B. Hon. Capt., Gen. List. O.B.E. Chevalier, 

Ordre de la Couronne (Belgium). Order of St John of 

Jerusalem. French Croix de Guerre 
MAY, E. Capt., R.G.A. 
MAYFIELD, E. Hon. Lieut.-Col., R.F.A. 
MAYNARD, H. A. V. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. (W.) 
MAYNE, C. F. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. O.B.E. M. 
MAYO, H. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
^MEADOWCROFT, J. 2nd Lieut., R.E. 

Died 7 Nov. 1918 of pneumonia 
MEDLEY, R. P. Capt., Felsted School O.T.C. 
MEGGESON, R. R. H. Lieut., R.G.A. 
MELVILL, L. V. Lieut., Signal Corps, S. African Force 
MERCER, W. B. Lieut., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 
MESSITER, C. C. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F. Res.) 
METCALFE, G. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
METCALFE-GIBSON, A. E. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 
METHVEN, M. D. Capt., London Regt. (Hackney Bn.); 

Lieut.-Col. (T.), R.A.F. O.B.E. M. m. 
*MICHELL, R. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 

Died 19 July 1916 of wounds received in action 
MICHELL- CLARKE, A. J. Major, Gloucestershire Regt.; 

Major (A.), R.A.F. M.C. 
MICHELL-CLARKE, J. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. (2nd S. Gen. 

Hospital, T.F.) 
MILLER, A. T. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 

Derby Regt.); Major, G.S.O. 2. M.C. and Bar. 

Brevet Major. M 3. French Croix de Guerre 
MILLER, C. A. M. Lieut., R.H.A. 
MILLIGAN, D. W. Lieut., Cameron Hdrs. 
*MILNER-BARRY, E. L. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. 

Died 7 May 1917 of heart failure following bronchitis 



GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 145 

MISKIN, G. 2nd Lieut., Coldstream Gds. 1908 

MITCHELL, A. L. Capt., Spec. List (Inland Water Trans- 1900 

port) 

MITCHELL, A. W. C. Lieut., R.G.A. 1909 

MITCHELL, F. R.F.A. 1893 

Mom, A. Capt., R.E. 1913 

*MoiR, R. Lieut., R.E. 1911 

Died 9 Nov. 1915 of illness contracted on active service 

MOLLER, N. H. Capt., Middlesex Regt. (W.) 1911 

MONCKTON, J. F. E. Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. 1912 

MONRO, C. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1886 

MONRO, H. E. Lieut., R.G.A. ; empld. War Office 1898 

^MONTAGUE, P. D. Lieut., Rifle Brigade; attd. R.F.C. 1909 

Killed in action 13 Nov. 1917 

MOORE, C. G. H. Major, R.A.M.C. m. 1903 

MOORE, J. H. E Capt., R.A.M.C. 1913 

MOORE, M. Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt.; attd. [1914] 

R.F.C. (P.) 

MOORE, W. G. Major (S.), R.A.F. D.S.C. 1911 

MOORHOUSE, S. Major, Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. 1897 

MORE, T. 2nd Lieut., Cameron Hdrs. I 94 

MORETON, T. W. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1882 

MORGAN, F. J. 2nd Lieut., S. Wales Borderers; Capt., 1907 

Norfolk Regt, D.S.O. M.C. M. 

MORGAN, H. T. Lieut., Welsh Regt.(T.F.); Capt. and 1912 

Adjt., Wiltshire Regt. M.C. M. 

MORIARTY, G. H. Lieut., R.F.A. and Spec. List (Intelli- 1912 

gence). (W.) 

MORRIS, A. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W 2.) 1896 

MORRIS, C. A., c.v.o. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1878 

MORRISON, E. O. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1910 

MORRISON, H. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1913 

MOSSE, C. G. T. Capt., R.A.M.C. Order of St Sava, 1909 

$th Class (Serbia). Serbian Royal Red Cross 

MOSSOP, M. C. Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. A.F.C. 1906 

MOSSOP, N. R. Capt., Suffolk Regt. ; Hon. Capt. (K.B.), 1913 

R.A.F. (W.) M. 

MOTION, D. G. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1917 

^MOTION, S. H. Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. (W.) M. 1913 

Died i Aug. 1917 of wounds received in action 31 July 

1917 

fcMowATT, O. Lieut., loth Hussars 1899 

Died 22 April 1917 of wounds received in action at 

Monchy-le-Preux nth April 1917 

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146 GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 

MOWLL, C. K. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
*MOYSEY, L. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 

Drowned on H.M. hospital ship Glenart Castle 26 
Feb. 1918 

MUIRHEAD, J. A. O. Lieut., Clifton College O.T.C. 
^MURPHY, J. K. Staff Surgeon, R.N.V.R. 

Died 13 Sept. 1916 

MYERS, C. S. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. C.B.E. Mz. 
^MYLES, W. W. 2nd Lieut., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) ; 
attd. T.M.B. 

Died 20 Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 
*MYLREA, W. P. G. Lieut.-Col., R.F.A.(T.F.) 

Died 25 Aug. 1915 of illness contracted on active 
service 

*NANGLE, E. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. 

Killed in action 26 Sept. 1915 
NEAME, T. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. and Gen. List. 

(W.) M.B.E. 
NEILSON, H. V. 2nd Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 

and Derby Regt.) and Gen. List (Asst. Officer i/c 

Records). (W.) ' 
^NELSON, W. Foreign Legion, French Army; 2nd Lieut., 

S. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) 

Killed in action at the Hohenzollern Redoubt 13 Oct. 



NEWBOLD, C. J. Lieut.-Col., R.E. D.S.O. M 3. 
NEWINGTON, H. A. H. Capt., London Regt. (London 

Scottish); Lieut.-Col., Deputy Controller of Labour. 

D.S.O. MS- 

NEWMAN, E. A. R. Lieut.-Col., I.M.S. C.I.E. 
NICHOL, R.W. Major (A.), R.A.F. (P.) M. 
NICHOLLS, S. H. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 
NICHOLSON, C. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
NICKELS, R. N. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W2.) 
NICOLL, H. M. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
NIXON, J. A. Colonel, A.M.S. C.M.G. M 2. 
*NORTH, W. G. B. Corpl., R. Fusiliers 

Killed in action 10 June 1916 
NORTON, D. G. Major, Lanes. Fus. and Labour Corps. 

(W.) 

NORTON, E. H. P. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 
NORTON, G. P. Lieut.-Col., D. of Wellington's (W. 

Riding Regt., T.F.) D.S.O. and Bar. M 2. 



GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 147 

*NOYES, H. F. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1899 
Died 5 Sept. 1916 

OATS, W. 2nd Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 1901 

O'BRIEN, J. C. P. Major, R. Irish Fus. (W 3.) M.C. 1903 

*OKE, R. W. L. Capt., R. Berkshire Regt. 1902 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

OLIVER, F. R. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1914 

OLIVER, H. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. M. 1908 

OLIVER, T. H. Major, R.A.M.C. 1906 

OLPHERT, R. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1913 

OPIE, P. A. Major, R.A.M.C.; D.A.D.M.S. M2. 1904 

ORCHARD, S. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1914 

OWEN, H. B. Capt., E. African Force. D.S.O. 1897 

PAGE, D. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1907 

PAGE, Rev. F. G. J. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D. 1881 

PAGE, J. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 1903 

PAGET, O. F. Major, Australian A.M.C. 1891 

PAIGE, J. F. Lieut., R.E. M.C. M. 1910 

PALMER, C. E. Major, I.M.S. 1898 

PANK, P. E. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1910 

PARISH, G. W. 2nd Lieut., Westmorland and Cumber- 1905 

landYeo. (W.) 

PARKER, R. D. Capt., S. African Med. Corps 1890 

PARSONS, H. Major, R.A.M.C. 1902 

PATERSON, T. W. S. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1893 

PATRICK, C. V. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1916 

PAUL, H. Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding Regt.) ; 1910 

attd. R.E. (Spec. Bde.) 

PAWLE, H. Capt., R. Berkshire Regt. ; Staff Capt. M 2. 1904 

French Croix de Guerre 

*PEARKES, A. M. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) ; Capt., 1006 

W. Yorks. Regt. 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 7 Aug. 1915 

*PEARMAN, J. O'H. 2nd Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. 1901 

Killed in action 25 Jan. 1917 

PEARS, R. Capt., Middlesex Regt.; empld. O.C.B. 1909 

PECK, J. N. Lieut.-Col., King's (Liverpool Regt.) (W,^ IQOC 

(P.) M.C. 

PEGGE, A. V. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 1912 

PENDERED, J. H. Major, R.A.M.C.; D.A.D.M.S. M.C. 1906 

French Medaille des Epidemics 



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148 GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 

PENTLAND, G. C. C. Lieut., R. Dublin Fus. ; attd. M.G.C. 

(Motor); Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 
PERCIVAL, A. F. Lieut., R.G.A. 

PERKINS, B. M. N. 2nd Lieut., Spec. List (Interpreter) 
PERRIN, W. S. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 
PERRY, E. W. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. ii4th Mahrattas, 

noth Mahratta L.I., and Gwalior Imp. Service Infy. 
PERTH (Australia), ARCHBISHOP OF. Chap lain- General, 

Australian Force 
PESHALL, S. F. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps ; empld. 

War Office. (W.) M.C. 
PETCH, D. B. Capt., Leicestershire Regt. (W 3.) M.C. 

and Bar 

PETERS, E. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 
PETERS, R. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. ; empld. Minis try of Muni- 
tions. M.C. and Bar. m. 

PHEAR, H. W. Lieut., R.F.A. ; Lieut. (A)., R.A.F. (W2.) 
PHILLIPS, L. C. P. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. M 2. 
PICKERING, B. M. 2nd Lieut., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey 

Regt.) 

PICKETT, A. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. O.B.E. rm. 
PICTON-WARLOW, A. j. P.O., R.N.V.R. (P.) 
PIKE, H. H. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. 
PINKHAM, C. Capt., Middlesex Regt. and Spec. List 
PINTO-LEITE,H.M. Capt.,R.A.M.C.(T.F.);D.A.DJVI.S. 

m. 

PLATT, A. H. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 
*PLATTS, A. L. Capt., Suffolk Regt. 

Killed in action 20 July 1916 
PLATTS, S. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
PLAYFAIR, K. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 
POIGNAND, Rev. C. W. Chaplain, R.N. 
^POLLAK, H. L. Lieut., R. Marines and Rifle Brigade 

Killed in action 23 Oct. 1916 
POOLEY, G. H. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 
POPE,H.B. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M.C. M. French 

Croix de Guerre 

PORRITT, R. N. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 
PORTER, C. E. V. Capt., Essex Regt.(T.F.); Hon. Capt. 

(A.), R.A.F. 
^PORTER, G. H. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. 

Killed in action 3 Oct. 1916 
^PORTER, J. E. 2nd Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. 

Kitted in action 23 July 1916 



GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 149 

PORTER, W. N., C.I.E., V.D. Major, R. Sussex Regt. ; Presi- 1869 

dent, Central Quartering Committee. (W.) M. 

POTTS, J.L. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1914 

POWEL SMITH, L. J. Lieut., Durham L.I. 1911 

POWELL, G. G. Capt., Gordon Hdrs. 1907 

^POWELL, L. M. 2nd Lieut., Gordon Hdrs. 1913 

Killed in action 17 June 1915 

PRESTIGE, A. R. Capt., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1910 

PRIDDLE, A. E. Major, R. Welsh Fus.(T.F. Res.) 1889 

PRIDHAM, C. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1885 

PRIEST, R. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1901 

PRING, J. G. Lieut., R.G.A. 1899 

PRIOR, H. B. Major (A.), R.A.F. 1905 

PURVIS, J. H, Lieut.-CoL, Highland L.I. D.S.O. M 2. 1883 

PYE-SMITH, T. E. B. Capt., Wiltshire Regt.(T.F.) M. 1905 

PYMAN, F. C. Capt., Yorkshire Regt.; empld. Ministry 1907 

of Munitions. (W.) M. 

PYTCHES, G. J. Capt., Suffolk Regt. (T.F.) ; attd. M.G.C. 1900 

QUIGGIN, E. C. Lieut., Spec. List (Censor's Dept.); 1893 
Lieut., R.N.V.R., empld. Admiralty 

RABY, G. H Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. L.I.(T.F.) 1912 

RADFORD, A. C. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) 1901 

RAE, A. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1900 

RAIKES, W. O. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) ; Capt. 1907 

(A.), R.A.F.; Lieut.-CoL, S.O. i, Air Ministry. 

O.B.E. M.B.E 

*RAIMES, Rev. L. Capt., Durham L.I.(T.F.) 1906 

Died i June 1916 of wounds received in action 31 May 

1916 

^RAMSAY, A. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers; Lieut., R. War- 1906 

wickshire Regt. 

Kitted in action 25 April 1915 

RATTRAY, I. M. 2nd Lieut., R. Inniskilling Fus. 1910 

RAVEN, Rev. C. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1904 

RAWLING, L. B. Major, R.A.M.C. (T.F.) 1890 

RAYMOND, C. Hon. Capt., I.M.S. 1900 

RAYNER, A. E. Major, R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Service, T.F.) 1902 

O.B.E. M 2 . 

RAYNER, E. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1904 

REA, R. H. T. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1917 

READ, Rev. H. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

READ, R. I. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1907 



150 GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 

REDDAWAY, H. Lieut., R. Fusiliers; Hon. Lieut. (O.), 

R.A.F. (W.) 

REID, C. B. Canadian Force 
^RENTON, T. Pte., London Regt. (Kensington Bn.) 

Killed in action at Fromelles 9 May 1915 
REYNOLDS, E. P. Major, R.E. (Signals). (W.) M.C. 
REYNOLDS, T. W. Capt., Suffolk Regt. 
RHODES, S. H. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) 
RHODES, W. A. Pte., R. Berkshire Regt.; Corpl., Devon 

Regt. and Labour Corps 
RICHARDS, C. S. Lieut., R.E. (W.) 
RICHARDS, F. S. Capt., Spec. List (Survey Coy., R.E.) 

M2. 

RICHARDS, F.W. Major, R.E. (W 2.) D.S.O. M.C. M. 
^RICHARDSON, A. S. Sergt., R.A.M.C. ; 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 

Killed in action 25 June 1917 
RICHARDSON, C. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 
RICHARDSON, D. E. E. Capt., R.E.(T.F.) (W.) 
RICHARDSON, D. W. R. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 
RICHARDSON, F. K. Capt., E. Yorks. Regt. (W 2.) M 2. 
*RiEU, H. Pte., Middlesex Regt. (P. S. Bn.) 

Killed in action 30 Jan. 1916 
*RiGBY, F. J. Capt., Seaforth Hdrs. (W.) M.C. M. 

Killed in action in Mesopotamia 21 Jan. 1916 
RIGBY, J. C. A. Major, S. African Med. Corps 
RIGG, R. Major, Border Regt. O.B.E. 
RILEY, Rev. C. L. C.F. 4th Class, Australian Chaplains' 

Dept. 

RILEY, Rt. Rev. C. O. L. See PERTH, ARCHBISHOP OF 
RIPLEY, H. E. R. Lieut., R.A.S.C. m. 
Rix, R. G. Gnr., H.A.C. 
ROBATHAN, K. M. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. 2nd Gurkha 

Rifles 
ROBERTS, A. D. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S.Bn.); Capt., 

Welsh Regt. (W.) M.C. 
ROBERTS, C. J. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. 
ROBERTS, F. M. 2nd Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 
^ROBERTS, F. P. Pte., R.A.S.C. 

Died 25 Aug. 1915 

ROBERTSON- SHERSBY-HARVIE, R. Lieut., R.N.V.R. i< 

ROBINSON, C. A. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) il 

ROBINSON, H. D. Paymaster Sub-Lieut., R.N.R. 

^ROGERS, E. H. 2nd Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. 

Killed in action 3 July 1916 



GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 151 

ROGERS, G. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. (ist E. Gen. Hospital, 1885 

T.F.) 

ROLSTON, A. C. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) 1906 

ROMER, C. Capt., R.E., attd. Gen. Staff. M.C. M. m. 1902 
ROOKE, C. P. Major, Middlesex Regt.; Lieut.-Col., R. 1893 

Warwickshire Regt.; Lieut.-Col. (T.), R.A.F. (W.) 

D.S.O. M. 
ROSCOE, W. Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt.; Major, M.G.C. 1907 

(W.) M. 
ROTH, G. J. Lieut., i66me Regt., French Army; Capt., 1911 

i55me Regt. (Wz.) Chevalier, Legion of Honour 

(France). French Croix de Guerre. M2. 
ROUTH, L. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. (P.) 1902 

RUSHFORTH, F. V. Lieut., I.A.R.O.; Controller of War 1907 

Accounts 
RUSSELL, E. C. Major, London Regt. (Blackheath and 1896 

Woolwich Bn., T.F. Res.); G.S.O. 3. m. 
RUSSELL, J. C. Major, R.F.A. M.C. Belgian Croix de 1907 

Guerre 
^RUTHERFORD, W. McC. Pte., R.A.M.C.; 2nd Lieut., E. 1908 

Yorks. Regt. 

Died 19 April 1918 of wounds received in action 
RYAN, J. Major, R.E. (Signals). (W.) M.C. M. 1913 

SABIN,J. H. Capt., R. Welsh Fus.(T.F.) (W.) 1911 

SALOMONS, Sir D., Bart. Hon. Colonel, R.E. (Fortress, 1870 

T.F.) 
^SALOMONS, D. R. H. P. Capt., R.E. (Fortress, T.F.) 1904 

Drowned on H.M.S. Hythe 28 Oct. 1915 
SANCTUARY, A. G. E. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) ; empld. War 1910 

Office 
SANCTUARY, C. T. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) ; Hon. Capt. (A.), 1908 

R.A.F. 
^SANDERSON, F. B. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1907 

Died 10 Aug. 1916 of wounds received in action 
SANDERSON, R. E. R. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1914 
SANFORD, D. W. Capt., R.E. M. Greek Medal for 1909 

Military Merit, ^rd Class 
SARGEAUNT, G. M. 2nd Lieut., Marlborough College 1002 

O.T.C. 
SAUNDER, D. A. Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt. ; attd. R.E. (Sig- 1910 

nals). M.C. 
SAUNDERS, E. G. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. (4th S. Gen. Hos- 1883 

pital, T.F.) 



152 GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 

SAUNDERS, H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
SAVILE, W. S. Capt., Dorset Yeo. 
^SCHAEFER, T. S. H. Lieut., Northumberland Fus. 

Killed in action in the Battle of Loos 26 Sept. 1915 
SCHLESINGER, G. L. Capt., Somerset L.I. (W 2.) 
SCHOLFIELD, J. A. Capt. and Adjt., Manchester Regt. 

(T.F.) (W.) (P.) 

SCHONLAND, B. F. J. Capt., R.E. O.B.E. M. 
SCHURR, C. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
SCOTT, J. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
SCOTT, R. S. Major., R.A.M.C. M. 
SCOWCROFT, H. E. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 
SCRIMGEOUR, G. C. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) D.S.O. M.C. 

and Bar. M. 

SEDGWICK, R.E. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
SELL, F. W. Capt., Med. Res. Corps, United States Army 
*SELLARS, E. F. Capt., Cheshire Regt. (W 2.) M.C. M. 

Killed in action in Macedonia 18 Sept. 1918 
SEPHTON, R. Lieut.-CoL, R.E. Mz. Order of the Rising 

Sun, \th Class (Japan) 
SHANN, S. E. T. Hon. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
SHARP, J. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
SHARP, L. W. Hon. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
SHAW, A. G. Lieut.-CoL, The Queen's (R. W. Surrey 

Regt.) Brevet Colonel, mz. 
SHAW, R. D. Capt., Hampshire Regt. M.C. 
SHELDON, H. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
SHELLEY, L. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
SHEPPARD, G. Capt., R.G.A. M.C. 
^SHERMAN, R. Capt., R.A.M.C. 

Died 10 Oct. 1917 of wounds received in action 
SHO WELL-ROGERS, E. N. Lieut., 5th (R. Irish) Lancers; 

A.D.C. 

SHUTTE, M. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
SIDEBOTHAM, F. L. Major, R.E.(T.F.) (W.) M.C. 
SIDEBOTHAM, J. B. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.); Lieut. (E.G.), 

R.F.C. (W.) 

SILBURN, L. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) ; attd. Durham L.I. 
*SIMON, Sir R. M. Lieut.-CoL, R.A.M.C. (T.F.) 

Died 22 Dec. 1914 
SIMONDS, C. C. B. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) i9i< 

SIMPSON, Rev. J. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. i89< 

SIMPSON, J. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. (ist E. Gen. Hospital, 189! 

T.F.) 



GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 153 

SIMPSON, W. H. Pte., Cambridgeshire Regt. ; Lce.-Corpl., 1897 

Northamptonshire Regt.; Capt., R.G.A. m. 

SINGTON, H. S. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1896 

SKELDING, H. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1879 

SKINNER, J. A. D. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1910 

SLATER, F. C. Lieut., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) 1913 

SMALLEY, S. Lieut., Cambridgeshire Regt. and I.A.R.O., 1912 

attd. 69th Punjabis 

SMALL WOOD, A. McN. Lieut., Northumberland Fus.; 1914 

Capt., Spec. List (P. and B.T. Staff) 

SMART, A. H. J. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1913 

SMITH, Rev. E. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. M. 1901 

SMITH, G. B., C.M.G. Colonel (Chief Paymaster), Army 1879 

PayDept. C.B. M 3. 

SMITH, H. E. Lieut., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) 1910 

(W2.) 

SMITH, K. P. Capt., Northamptonshire Regt. M.C. M. 1912 

SMITH, S. H. Lieut., Cheshire Regt.; Major, Gen. Staff. 1907 

M.C. M 2. French Croix de Guerre 

*SMITH, S. P. Capt., S. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1907 

Killed in action 28 Feb. 1917 

SMITH, T.L. Corpl., R. Fusiliers (P.S.Bn.); Lieut., Black 1911 

Watch 

SMITH, W. E. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1911 

SNELL, H. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. (3rd N. Gen. Hospital, 1901 

T.F.) 

SNELL, J. A. B. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1908 

^SOLLY, A. N. Sergt., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.) ; 2nd Lieut., 1913 

Manchester Regt. ; Capt. (A.), R.F.C. (W.) 

Killed in action u Aug. 1917 

SOMERS-CLARKE, G. Major (T.), R.A.F. O.B.E. M. 1899 

SOMERVELL, T. H. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M. 1909 

J<SPARENBORG, H. R. Capt., King's Own (R. Lancaster 1894 

Regt.) 

Killed in action at Le Gateau 26 Aug. 1914 

SPARKS, C. E. Hon. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1888 

SPARROW, G. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. ; attd. R.N.D. M.C. 1905 

SPEAKMAN, L. A. Lieut., Haileybury College O.T.C. 1903 

SPEARMAN, B. Med. Officer, E. African Force 1896 

SPEARMAN, W. Lieut., Devon Regt.; Capt., Gen. List 1900 

(Courts-Martial Officer) 

SPENCE, R. B. Major, 96th Berar Infy., Indian Army; 1901 

D.A.A. and Q.M.G. O.B.E. M 3. 

SQUIRES, F. V. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1913 



154 GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 

STAFFORD, H. N. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. M. 

STANLEY-CLARK, C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 

STEPHENS, J. W. W. Lieut.-CoL, R.A.M.C. 

STEPHENSON, H. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. 

STEVENS, G. H. Lieut., R.F.A.; attd. R.E. M. 

STEVENS, L. B. Capt., R.F.A.; Staff Capt. M.C. 

STEWART, F. H. Major, I.M.S. 

STEWART, W. H. E. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M.C. 

STEWART-SAVILE, W. S. See SAVILE, W. S. 

STIFF, H. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 

STIRLING, E. M. Capt.. London Regt. (London Scottish) ; 

Major, R.E. (W.) 

STOREY, H. H. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.); Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 
STOREY, L. H. T. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 
STRADLING, A. R. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. 
STRATTON, F. J. M. Capt., Unattd. List, T.F.; Lieut.- 
CoL, R.E. (Signals); A. D. Signals. D.S.O. Brevet 

Lieut. -Colonel. M 5. Chevalier, Legion of Honour 

(France) 
STRETTON, J. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. (ist S. Gen. Hospital, 

T.F.) m. 
STRICKLAND, A. F. P.O., R.N.V.R. (R.N.D.); Capt., 

R.G.A. (W.) M.C. 

STRICKLAND, C. Capt., N. Zealand Med. Corps 
STUART, A. A. P. R. Capt. and Adjt., Manchester Regt. ; 

Major, Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and Derby Regt.) 
STUART, R. S. D. Capt., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.) 

(Wa.) 

STURGESS, J. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) 
SUHR, A. C. H. See HAMMOND SEARLE, A. C. 
SUMMERS, G. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.); Capt., Spec. List 
SUTCLIFFE, J. H. Lieut., Essex Regt. 
SUTHERLAND, F. B. Lieut., Durham L.I. ; Major, M.G.C. 
SUTHERLAND, J. F. Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.) 
SVENSSON, R. Lieut.-CoL, R.A.M.C. D.S.O. M.C. 

M 2. French Croix de Guerre 
SWAINSON, E. A. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
SWANN, M. B. R. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 
SWIFT, B. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 
SWINDLEHURST, J. E. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) 
SWINDLEHURST, T. R. Lieut., R.F.A.; attd. T.M.B. M. 
*SYKES, E. T. Capt., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding Regt., 

T.F.) (W.) 

Killed in action 3 May 1917 



GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 155 

SYKES, S. W. .Capt., Spec. List (Intelligence). O.BJE. 1903 

M.C. M 3 . 

SYME, G. W. 2nd Lieut., Gordon Hdrs. ; Lieut., R.F.A. ; 1908 

empld. Ministry of Munitions. (W 2.) 

SYMNS, J. LL. M. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1904 

SYMNS, J. M. Major, I.A.R.O.; G.S.0. 2 1898 

SYMONDS, F. C. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt. 1906 

SYMPSON, E. M. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. (4th N. Gen. 1879 

Hospital, T.F.) 

TAiT,W.H. 2nd Lieut., R.E. (W.) French Medaille [1914] 

Militaire 

TALLERMAN, K. H. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) M.C. 1913 

*TAPP, T.A. Capt., Coldstream Gds. and M.G.C. (W.) 1902 

M.C. and Bar. M. 

Died 21 Oct. 1917 of wounds received in action n Oct. 

1917 

TAYLOR, A. R. Capt., Dulwich College O.T.C. 1900 

TAYLOR, C. H. S. Lieut.-Col. (Med.), R.A.F.; S.O. 2, 1901 

Air Ministry. M. 
^TAYLOR, C. P. Capt., E. Yorks. Regt. M. 1914 

Killed in action 28 Oct. 1916 

TAYLOR, C. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. O.B.E. M. 1906 

TAYLOR, E. J. D. Major, R.A.M.C. (5th S. Gen. Hos- 1892 

pital, T.F.) 

TAYLOR, E. L. T. Lieut., R.G.A. 1897 

TAYLOR, Rev. G. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

TAYLOR, S. H. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1897 

TEICHMANN, O. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) (Ws.) D.S.O. 1898 

M.C. M 2. French Croix de Guerre. Italian Croce 

di Guerra 

TELFORD, E. D. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1894 

TEWSON, E. G. Lieut., R.G.A. 1905 

^THOMAS, D. C. W. Capt., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. ; 1908 

attd. Gordon Hdrs. 

Killed in action 12 Nov. 1914 
THOMAS, F. G. Major, R.A.M.C. (3rd W. Gen. Hos- 1890 

pital, T.F.) 

THOMAS, G. E. A. See AERON-THOMAS, G. E. 
THOMAS, J. G. T. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 1910 

THOMAS, T. P. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1893 

^THOMASSET, G. T. Lieut., London Regt. (Blackheath 1913 

and Woolwich Bn.) 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 



156 GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 

THOMPSON, J. H. G. Cadet, O.C.B. 1917 

THOMPSON, O. S. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1910 

THOMPSON, R. C. Capt., Spec. List (Intelligence). M$. 1895 
THOMPSON, R. M. Lieut., R.G.A. 1913 

THOMPSON, T. W. Capt., R.E. M. 1896 

*THOMPSTONE, R. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. (W.) [1914] 

Died 25 Jan. 1921 of illness contracted on active service 

during the war 
THOMSON, G. D. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 1912 

Lieut., R.A.S.C.; attd. R.A.F. 
^THORBURN, E. F. Lieut., Manchester Regt.(T.F.) 1913 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 10 June 1915 
THORNTON, L. H. Colonel, Rifle Brigade; A.Q.M.G. *i9ii 

C.M.G. D.S.O. M 4 . 

THORP, R. C. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1914 

THRELFALL, C. R. F. Capt., R.E. (Signals). M.C. 1912 

THRELFALL,R. E. Lieut., R.E. (Signals) ; empld. Ministry 1910 

of Munitions 

THRELFALL, W. B. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1914 

THRESHER, W. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1896 

^THURLOW, A. G. 2nd Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. 1911 

Riding Regt.) 

Died 29 Aug. 1918 of wounds received in action in 

Gallipoli 2 1 Aug. 1918 
TIDMAN, O. P. Lieut., R.N.A.S. and Naval Transport 1902 

Service 
TIMS, R. D. MARETT. Lieut., London Regt.; Capt., 1909 

Northumberland Fus. and Training Res. Bn. (W.) 
*TODD, A. F. Capt., Norfolk Regt. M. 1892 

Killed in action at Hill 60 21 April 1915 

TODHUNTER, J. R. A. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1904 

TONKS, J. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1906 

TOPHAM,D.B. Lieut., Middlesex Regt.(T.F.) and Grena- 1910 

dier Gds. 
*TOPPIN, S. M. Major, R.G.A. M.C. M. 1896 

Died 27 Sept. 1917 of wounds received in action 

TORREY, J. Corpl. R.E. (Signals) 1913 

TOTTENHAM, C. E. L. 2nd Lieut., Middlesex Regt. 1906 

TOWNSEND, A. L. H. E. African Force 1904 

*TRAFFORD, G. T. Lieut., Life Gds.; Capt., Tank Corps. [1914! 

(W2.) M. 

Killed in action 23 July 1918 
TRAPNELL, H. Capt., Gloucestershire Regt. (T.F.) ; attd. 1913 

R.E. 



GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 157 

TRAVIS-CLEGG, G. R. 2nd Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt 1913 

(T.F.) 
FTREGELLES, G. P. Capt., Devon Regt. M. 1911 

Killed in action i July 1916 

TREVES, F. B. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) O.B.E. M. 1898 

TREVES,W.W. Major, R.A.M.C. O.B.E. M 4. 1901 

TROLLOPE, T. A. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(T.F.); attd. Rifle 1912 

Brigade 
TUCKER, E. G. Pte., R. Fusiliers ; Sapper, R.E. (Signals) ; 1904 

attd. Intelligence Staff. MM. and Bar 
TUCKETT, J. E. S., T.D. Major, Marlborough College 1889 

O.T.C. 

TURCAN, J. S. Major, Seaforth Hdrs. (W 4.) M.C. 1909 
TURNER, Rev. H. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1895 

TWEEDIE, F. I. G. Capt., Manchester Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1911 
TwEEDiEj.M. Capt.,R.A.S.C.; Major, D.A.D. Canteens, 1903 

War Office. M 2. 
^TWEEDIE, L. K. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1908 

Killed in action 17 Jan. 1916 
TWEEDY, O. M. Capt., Leinster Regt. and Gen. Staff. 1908 

(W.) M. 
TWEEDY, R. J. Capt., i9th Lancers, Indian Army; Staff 1907 

Capt. 
*TWEEN, A. S. Major, Essex Regt. D.S.O. Mz. 1910 

Died 23 March 1918 of wounds received in action at 

Rouez 

TWIGG, G. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1901 

TYSON, W. Capt., R.A.M.C. (ist E. Gen. Hospital, T.F. 1889 

Res.) 

UHTHOFF, R. K. Capt., R.E. (W.) M.C. 1906 

UNDERBILL FAITHORNE, C. F. Major, Connaught Rangers ; 1898 

Lieut.-Col., Spec. List (Cmdt., School of Musketry). 

(W.) 
USHER, C. T. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1883 

VAUDREY,W. E. Major, R.G.A. (W 2.) M.C. and Bar 1912 

VERNON, R. J. Major, R.A.M.C. M. 1899 

VICKERS, S. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) D.S.O. M. 1910 

VIVIAN, C. ST A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1901 

Vos, P. Lieut., Norfolk Regt.; empld. War Office. (W.) 1909 

French Croix de Guerre 

VYVYAN, M. C. Lieut., Natal Carabineers and M.G.C. 1910 

(W.) 



158 GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 

WADDY, A. C. Lieut., R.F.A.fT.F.) ; Staff Capt. O.B.E. 
M. 

WADSON, F. P. Lce.-CorpL, Lincolnshire Regt. 

WAINWRIGHT, C. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 

WALFORD, H. H. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) 

WALKER, A. C. Major, R.F.A. (W.) M.C. 

WALKER, C. A. P. Lieut., Highland L.I. ; attd. 44th Infy., 
Indian Army 

WALKER, D. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.); Capt., 
M.G.C. (W.) M. Belgian Croix de Guerre 

WALKER, K. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. O.B.E. M ^. 

WALKER, W. J. Sergt., Army Pay Corps; attd. R.E. 

WALKER, W. M. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.). (W.) 
M.C. 

WALLACE, R. W. J. Lieut., R.F.A. (W 2 .) 

WANKLYN,W.McC. Capt.,R.A.M.C.(T.F.);D.A.D.M.S. 

WARD, G. H. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 

WARDEN, A. R. S. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 

WARDEN, G. Pte., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) and 
Wiltshire Regt.; Sergt., Devon Regt. 

WARDLE, Rev. W. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 

WARNER, Rev. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
^WARNER, T. L. Major, Leicestershire Regt. (W 2.) 
D.S.O. M$. 
Died 27 Dec. 1917 of wounds received in action 

WARNES, G. G. Capt., Suffolk Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 

WATERMEYER, E. F. Lieut., Cape Garrison Artillery 

WATERMEYER, H. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 

WATERWORTH, S. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. (W 2.) 
M.C. 

WATKINS, D. J. G. Major, R.A.M.C. (4th N. Gen. Hos- 
pital, T.F.) 

WATKINS, W. B. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) 

WATSON, F. H. Surgeon Lieut., R.N.V.R. 

WATSON, W. G. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 

WATSON WILLIAMS, E. Major, R.A.M.C. M.C. 

WATT, G. T. C. Lieut., King's College School, Wimble- 
don, O.T.C. 

WATTS, E. M. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) M.C. 

WEAVER-ADAMS, E. R. Lieut., R.E. (Signals). M. 

WEBB, T. L. Capt., Yorkshire Regt. 
*WEDD, E. P. W. Capt., Essex Yeo.; Staff Capt.; Capt., 
R.A.M.C. M.C. M. 
Killed in action 13 July 1918 



GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 159 

^WEDGWOOD, A. 2nd Lieut., Northumberland Fus. 1911 

Killed in action 19 Aug. 1915 

WEEKS, LL. M. Major, R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. 1905 

WEEKS, R. M. Major, Rifle Brigade; G.S.0. 2. D.S.O. 1909 
M.C. and Bar. Brevet Major. M 3. French Croix 
de Guerre 
!<WEGG, H. N. Capt., Middlesex Regt. 1900 

Killed in action 25 March 1918 

WEGG, W. H. J. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1895 

DWELLS, N. L. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 1906 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 10 Aug. 1915 
WELLS-COLE, G. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1913 

WELSFORD, A. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. m. 1883 

^WELSFORD, G. J. L. 2nd Lieut., Middlesex Regt. and 1913 
R.F.C. (W.) 

Kitted in action 30 March 1916 

WEST, F. R. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1912 

WEST, P. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1896 

WESTON, G. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Service, T.F.) 1879 

!<WETENHALL, W. T. Capt., Leicestershire Regt. 1907 

Killed in action 16 July 1916 

WHELDON, E. J. 2nd Lieut., R.E. !97 

^WHITAKER, T. S. 2nd Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. 1911 
Riding Regt., T.F.) 
Killed in action 7 Nov. 1915 

fcWmTBY, J. H. Capt., London Regt. (St Pancras Bn.) 1912 
M. 

Died 1 6 March 1916 of illness contracted on active 
service 

WHITCOMBE, E. P. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. (W.) 1913 
WKITCOMBE,R.H.,V.D. Major, R.A.S.C.(T.F.) D.S.O. *i88o 

Mz. 
*WHITE, C. W. M. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Regt. [1914] 

Killed in action 26 Sept. 1915 

WHITE, G. F. Air Mechanic, R.A.F. 1894 

*WHITEHEAD, A. G. 2nd Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt.fT.F.); 1911 
Capt. (A.), R.F.C. 
Killed in action 29 Jan. 1918 

WHITEHEAD, C. E. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) (W 2.) 1901 

WHITFIELD, E. O. 2nd Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. 1912 

WHITING, E. R. S. M. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1912 

WHITMORE, A. Major, I.M.S. 1894 

WHITTALL.H.C. Lieut.-Cdr.,R.N.V.R. O.B.E. Officer, 1907 
Order of the Redeemer (Greece) 



160 GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 

WHITTY, H. N. Capt., London Regt. (Kensington Bn.) 1901 

(Wa.) 
WHITWORTH, J. Lieut., R. ist Devon Yeo. ; attd. Devon 1902 

Regt.(T.F.) 
WIDDICOMBE, E. P. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. Sappers and ^1899 

Miners; Capt., Spec. List; Major, R.E. M. 
*WIGGIN, N. H. Lieut., R.F.A. M. 1914 

Died ii Jan. 1917 of wounds received in action 
WIGMORE, J. B. A. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. M 2. 
*WILEMAN, G. W. B. Capt., S. Wales Borderers. (W.) 

Killed in action 8 Sept. 1916 
^WILKINSON, G. J. Sergt., Middlesex Regt. 

Killed in action i July 1916 

WILKINSON, N. Lieut., Bombay Garrison Artillery, In- 
dian Defence Force 
WILKS, J. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
WILLCOCKS, R. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 
WiLLEY,H.L. Capt., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) (W.) 
*WILLEY, R. H. D. Pte., R.A.M.C. and R. Fusiliers (P. S. 

Bn.); Capt., i3th Hussars 

Died atAmadia \\July 19 19 of wounds receivedin action 
WILLIAMS, A. C. 2nd Lieut., R.E.; Capt., Corps of 

Military Accountants 
WILLIAMS, A. D. J. B. Major, E. African Med. Service. 

O.B.E. M. 
WILLIAMS, A. F. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.); empld. Ministry of 

Labour 
WILLIAMS, A. G. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. (W.) O.B.E. 

M. French Croix de Guerre 
WILLIAMS, Rev. A. J. Chaplain, R.N. 
WILLIAMS, Rev. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
WILLIAMS, C. E. Lieut.-Col., I.M.S. 
WILLIAMS, E. K. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
WILLIAMS, G. C. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F,) 
WILLIAMS, J. C. S. Capt., R.A.S.C. 
WILLIAMS, J. L. C. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. (W.) 
WILLIAMS, J. S. Capt., R.F.A. and Gen. Staff. (W.) 

M.C. M. 

WILLIAMS, M. B. Major, Welsh Regt. (W.) 
WILLIAMS, N. A. Lieut., M.G.C. (Motor) 
^WILLIAMS, R. B. Capt., R.E. M.C. M. 

Killed in action 19 Sept. 1916 

WILLIAMS, R. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. M 2. 
WILLIAMS, R. G. Lieut., W. African Frontier Force 



GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 161 

^WILLIAMS, S. C. Lieut., R.F.A. 1912 

Killed in action iS Jan. 1917 

WILLIAMS, S. R. K. Edward's Horse 1912 

WILLIAMS, Rev. T. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

WILLIAMS, W. P. Lieut., R. Fusiliers ; empld. War Office 1914 

^WILLIAMSON, J. M. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 1908 

2nd Lieut., Gordon Hdrs. 

Killed in action 16 May 1915 

*WILLINK, H. J. L. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Capt., 1903 

D. of Wellington's (W. Riding Regt.) 

Died 5 Nov. 1918 of wounds received in action i Nov. 

1918 

WILSON, A. G. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M. 1892 

WILSON, Rev. J. V. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1900 

WIMBUSH, G. S. H.A.C. 1908 

WIMBUSH, Rev. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

WIMPERIS, H. E. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R.; Major (T.), 1898 

R.A.F. (Aircraft Production Dept.) O.B.E. 

WINDER, J. F. E. Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. 1894 

WINSLOW, W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1883 

WINTER, P. G. D. Capt., R. Defence Corps 1892 

WINTER, W. H. Capt., Herefordshire Regt. and M.G.C. 1901 

WINTERBOTHAM, F. P. Lieut., R.G.A. M. I 94 

WOLFF, L. Soldat- Secretaire, French Army 1906 

WOOD, C. S. Lce.-CorpL, R.E. 1907 

WOOD, D. E. Lieut.-Col., Remount Service ; Inspector of 1871 

Remounts. C.B. M. 

WOOD, E. C. Corpl., R.E. (Signals) 1913 

>*<WooD, E. H. 2nd Lieut., Hampshire Regt. 1904 

Killed in action 23 Oct. 1916 

^WooD, J. W. M., M.V.O. Lieut.-Col., Remount Service; 1873 

D.A.D. Remounts 

Died 9 Dec. 1916 

WOODHOUSE, G. F. Capt., Unattd. List, T.F. 1893 

WOODRUFF, G. G. Lieut., R.F.A. ; empld. Ministry of 1905 

Munitions. M. 

WOODSEND, P. D. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1910 

WOOLF, H. M. A. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C.; Hon. Capt., 1907 

Spec. List 

WooLLCOMBE-BoYCE, K. W. Sergt., R. Fusiliers; attd. 1907 

Infy. Bde. H.Q. M.S.M. M. 

WOOLWARD, A. T. Lieut., R.F.A.; Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1909 

DWORDS WORTH, J. L. Lieut., 5th (R. Irish) Lancers 1901 

Killed in action 4 Nov. 1914 

c. u. w. L. ii 



162 GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 

WoRSLEY-WoRSWiCK, C. F. and Lieut., R. Welsh Fus.; 1904 

Lieut., Leicestershire Regt. 

WORTHINGTON, C. R. Capt., Canadian A.M.C. 1895 

WORTLEY, Rev. R. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1897 

WRIGHT, C. S. Capt., R.E.; G.S.O. 3. O.B.E. M.C. 1908 

M 2. Chevalier, Legion of Honour (France) 

WRIGHT, H. M. Lieut., Black Watch ; attd. King's African 1906 

Rifles. (W.) M.C. 

WRIGHT, M. E. A. Major (T.), R.A.F. (Aircraft Produc- 1912 

tion Dept.) A.F.C. M. Belgian Croix de Guerre 

WYLLIE, A. K., C.B. Hon. Colonel, D. of Wellington's 1874 

(W. Riding Regt.) 

WYMAN,B. Lieut., Cheshire Regt. (T.F.); attd. R.E. (W.) 1902 

WYNNE- YORKE, B. A. Y. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. ; empld. 1907 

P. and B.T. Staff 

YEATS, B. E. 2nd Lieut., R. Scots (T.F.) 1905 

YEOMANS, F. A. Capt., N. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) 1913 

YOLLAND, R. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1909 

YOUNG, M. L. 2nd Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. (W.) 1913 

ZIEGLER, G. G. Capt., R. Fusiliers. (W 2.) M.C. M. 1913 




JESUS COLLEGE 

ADAMI, J. G. Colonel, Canadian A.M.C.; A.D.M.S. ^1891 

C.B.E. 

ADDY, R. Capt., E. Yorks. Regt. 1910 

AINLEY, J. A. G. Lieut., Durham L.I. and M.G.C. 1911 

*AINLEY, Rev. W. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

Died 12 Oct. 1915 of cerebro-spinal meningitis 
AKHURST, A. F. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1912 

>^ALDERSON, A. E. Lieut., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey 1902 
Regt.); Capt., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 
Accidentally drowned n March 1918 

^ALDOUS, A. E. Trooper, i2th Lancers; 2nd Lieut., Bor- 1911 
derRegt. (W.) 
Killed in action 3 July 1916 
ALDOUS, F. C. Major, Manchester Regt. (T.F.); Lieut.- 1898 

Col., M.G.C. (W.) D.S.O. Mz. 
^ ALLEN, J. H. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. I 97 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 21 June 1915 

FALLEN, R. G. R. 2nd Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.); 1908 
attd. R.F.C. 

Killed in action 16 Nov. 1916 
^ALLISON, H. S. Major, R. Irish Rifles. M. 1911 

Killed in action 7 Aug. 1917 
ALLISON, W. W. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt., M.G.C., and 1914 

R.G.A. M. 
ALSTON, C. R. 2nd Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt.; Capt. (A.), 1912 

R.A.F. (W.) 
ANDERSON, Rev. F. I. C.F. ist Class, R.A.C.D. C.M.G. 1893 

M 5 . Officer, Order of the Crown of Italy 
ANDREW, R. H. Lce.-Sergt., R.H.A.; Capt., Suffolk 1903 
Regt.; Lieut.-CoL, Spec. List (D.A.M.S.) O.B.E. 
M.C. M. Order of the Nile, yd Class (Egypt) 

II 2 



164 JESUS COLLEGE 

ANSTEY, A. Major, Devon Regt. T.D. 1892 

^ARMSTRONG, C. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers; attd. Loyal N. 1907 
Lanes. Regt. M. 

Killed in action in Mesopotamia 9 April 1916 
ARNOLD, B. M. Major, R.G.A.(T.F.) D.S.O. M. 1903 

*ARON, E. M. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. (R.N.D.) 1910 

Killed in action 13 Nov. 1916 

ASTBURY, W. T. Lce.-CorpL, R.A.M.C. 1916 

*ATKIN, K. Capt., R.A.M.C. (P.) 1911 

Died 6 June 1918 of wounds received in action 
*AYRE, B. P. Capt., Norfolk Regt. 1911 

Killed in action i July 1916 

BAILLIEU, H. L. Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) M.C. 1911 

BALDWIN, F. E. W. Major, i2ist Pioneers, Indian Army; 1898 

D.A.A.G. M. Order of the Nile, tfh Class 

(Egypt) 
^BANISTER, C. W. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers 1911 

Killed in action 16 June 1915 

BANISTER, J. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1898 

BANNING, H. B. S. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.) 1898 

BARD WELL, T. G. N. Capt., E. Riding of Yorkshire Yeo. 1903 

and Spec. List, empld. Egyptian Army. T.D. 
^BARNARD, H. D. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1911 

Killed in action 21 Aug. 1916 

BARTON, C. H. Pte., S. Staffs. Regt. 1916 

BATTY, W. R. Capt., Manchester Regt. M.C. 1907 

BAYNHAM, C. T. Major, R.H.A. D.S.O. M 3. 1908 

BAYNHAM,Rev.J.H. C.F.2ndClass,R.A.C.D.;D.A.C.G. 1893 

M. 
BEASLEY, H. O. C. 2nd Lieut., R. Welsh Fus.; Capt., 1896 

Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) ; Major, Labour Corps ; 

Asst. Controller of Labour. O.B.E. M. 
BECK, A. C. T., M.P. Hon. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1895 

*BECKH, R. H. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.); 2nd Lieut., 1913 

E. Yorks. Regt. 

Killed in action 16 Aug. 1916 
BELL, A. C. Capt., R.F.A. (W 2.) M.C. French Croix 1911 

de Guerre 

BELL, H. A. Capt., R.AJVLC.(T.F.) 1906 

BELL, W. B. Capt., i2th Lancers; Major, G.S.O. 2. 1900 

(W.) Brevet Major, m. 
BELLAMY,}. Sergt., London Regt. (London Scottish); 1903 

Instructor, School of Musketry 



JESUS COLLEGE 165 

BELLHOUSE, A. P. Capt., Welsh Regt.; Lieut., 8th Raj- 1913 

puts, Indian Army 

BENEY, C. C. Lieut.,' I. M.S.; Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1911 

BENHAM, J. H. F. Trooper, E. African Mtd. Rifles 1903 

BERNEY-FICKLIN, H. P. M. Lieut., Norfolk Regt. ; Capt., 1911 

Spec. List. (W2.) (P.) M.C. Brevet Major on pro- 
motion to Captain . M 2 . Chevalier. Legion of Honour 

(France) 

BETTERIDGE, C. D. Lieut., R.E. 1910 

BETTERIDGE, J. E. H. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1909 

BEVAN, Rev. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1911 

BEVAN, W. H. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps; 1914 

Capt., Gen. List (R.T.O.) (W.) 

BICKNELL, C. H., T.D. Capt., Unattd. List, T.F. 1882 

BINDLOSS, W. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) and R. 1887 

Defence Corps 
BLAKER, R. N. R. Lce.-Corpl., Queen's Own (R. W. 1898 

Kent Regt.); Lieut., Rifle Brigade. M.C. 
BLAND, E. C. 2nd Lieut., Essex Regt. M. [1914] 

BODEN, Rev. J. F. W. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. S. and T. 1905 

Corps. M. 
BOOT, J. C. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1907 

Derby Regt.), and Gen. Staff 

BOUQUET, Rev. A. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. m. ^1905 
BOWE, J. H. Major, Border Regt. and Gen. List. (W.) 1900 

M. 

BOWLES, H. F. Hon. Colonel, Middlesex Regt. 1877 

*BoYTON,H.J. Capt.,R. Fusiliers; Lieut., Grenadier Gds. 1910 

(W.) 

Killed in action 14 Dec. 1916 

BRACECAMP, F. W. Lieut., R.F.A. M.C. 1910 

BRADLEY, E. J. Major, R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. and Bar. 1908 

M. 
^BRADLEY, G. M. Lieut., Rifle Brigade ; attd. Welsh Regt. 1911 

M. 

Killed in action near Festubert 21 Dec. 1914 
BRADLEY, V. M. Capt., R.F.A. ; Staff Capt. [1914] 

BRADLEY, W. DE W. H. Capt., Wiltshire Regt. (W.) 1907 
BRADSTOCK, G. Major, R.F.A. (W.) D.S.O. M.C. and 1907 

Bar. M. 

BREED, F. G. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt, 1913 

BRIGGS, G. R. Major, R.F.A. (W 2.) M. 1908' 

BROOK, A. K. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1887 

BROOKS, Rev. D. G. Chaplain, R.N. 1893 



i66 JESUS COLLEGE 

BROWN, G. L. Pte., R.A.M.C. ; Lieut., R.A.S.C. ; Capt., 1910 

Connaught Rangers 
*BROWN, G. M. Lieut., i2th Lancers. M.C. M. 1907 

Killed in action 27 Nov. 1917 

*BROWN,H. Major, Yorkshire Regt.(T.F.) (W3.) D.S.O. 1899 
M.C. Brevet Major. M 2. French Croix de Guerre 
Killed in action 23 March 1918 

*BROWN, K. A. Capt., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). IQCX 
(W.) M. 

Killed in action 14 April 1917 

BROWN, M. L. C. Capt., M.G.C. [1914] 

BROWN, V. S. Major (T.), R.A.F. (Aircraft Production 1907 

Dept.) m. French Croix de Guerre 

*BRUNWIN-HALES, G. O. Capt., Essex Regt.; Capt. and 1907 
Fit. Cdr., R.F.C. 
Killed in action 24 March 1917 
BRUNWIN-HALES, Rev. G. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1878 

m. 

BRUTY,W.G. Capt., Spec. List (A.P.M.) M.B.E. mz. 1888 
BRYDONE, P. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1895 

*BULLEN, R. E. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W 2.) 1911 
M. 

Died 19 April 1916 of wounds received in action 
^BULLOUGH, J. L. Lieut., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. 1912 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 
BuLMER,A.C. Lieut., E.Yorks. Regt. ;attd.R.E. (Signals). 1909 

M. 
BURNARD, C. F., D.S.O. Major, R. Warwickshire Regt. and 1894 

Labour Corps 

BURROUGH, Rev. J. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. 1892 

BURTON, D. C. F. Lieut., Northumberland Fus. ; empld. 1906 

Foreign Office 

*BuTT, H. A. Capt., Gloucestershire Regt. 1887 

Killed in action S June 1916 



CALTHORPE, Hon. F. S. G. See GOUGH-CALTHORPE, Hon. 

F. S. 

CALVERT- JONES, H. F. Capt., R.F. A. and Gen. Staff. M. 1912 
CAMERON , A . G . Cap t . , Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs . and 1913 

Tank Corps. M.C. 

CAMPBELL, F. R. M. Capt., 9ist Punjabis, Indian Army 1902 
CANE, E. G. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. (P.) D.S.O. M. 1904 
CARD, F. W. F. Lieut., ist Dragoon Gds. M.C. 1909 



JESUS COLLEGE 167 

^CARMICHAEL, D. Capt., Rifle Brigade 1911 

Killed in action in the Ypres Salient 25 Sept. 1915 

CARROLL, F. H. Capt., Devon Regt. 1907 

CARTER, J. L. Pte., King's (Liverpool Regt.); Lieut., 1913 

Manchester Regt. (W.) 

^CARTWRIGHT, E. Lce.-Corpl., Canadian Infy. J 94 

Died ii Oct. 1916 of wounds received in action 

^CARVER, L. H. L. 2nd Lieut., Irish Gds. 1902 

Killed in action 26 May 1918 

CAZALET, G. L. Capt., R. Fusiliers; Brigade Major. 1909 

(W2.) D.S.O. M.C. M2. 

CHAMPION, R. E. Cadet, O.C.B. 1910 

^CHANDLER, E. S. 2nd Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1914 

and Derby Regt.) 

Killed in action near Ypres 14 Feb. 1916 

CHANDLER, F. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1905 
CHANDLER, K. S. Capt., Cheshire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) [1914] 

CHANDLER, R. A. Major, King's (Liverpool Regt., T.F.) ; 1910 

empld. War Office 

CHARLESWORTH, M. P. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps 1914 

CHIVERS, J. S. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1911 

CHUDLEIGH, C. A. E. Capt. and Adjt., Leicestershire 1908 

Regt. and R. Defence Corps. (W.) 

CLARK, A. G. Lieut., Highland L.I.(T.F.) (W 2.) 1909 

CLARK, G. L. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. (Leeds Rifles, T.F.) 1910 

(W.) 

CLARK, N. M. Lieut., Highland L.I. 1910 

CLARKE, A. B. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. Indian Labour 1896 

Corps 

CLAYDEN, H. K. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1905 

CLEGG, M. T. Capt., R.A.M.C.fT.F.) M. 1907 

COAKS, H. C. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Lieut., E. 1909 

Lanes. Regt. (W.) 

*COLEMAN, H. N. 2nd Lieut., N. Zealand Infy. 1903 

Killed in action 13 April 1918 

*COLES, C. 2nd Lieut., E. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.) 1907 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 4 June 1915 

COLES, W. T. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1914 

COLLIER, Rev. A. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1903 

CooDE,A.T. Cdr., R.N.V.R. Order of St Anne (Russia) 1895 

COOPER, J. S. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F. Res.) 1896 

*COOPER-MARSDIN, Rev. A. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1887 

Died Aug. 1918 

COPLESTONE, W. D. Capt.. R.A.M.C. 1898 



1 68 JESUS COLLEGE 

CORFIELD, B. C. Lieut., R.F.A. M 2. 1909 

Cox, F. B. H. Lieut., Fife and Forfar Yeo. 1906 

Cox, P. H. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) ; Lieut., Durham [1914] 

L.I. and Grenadier Gds. (W.) (P.) 
*CoY, J. C. 2nd Lieut., Durham L.I.; Capt., North- 1909 

umberland Fus. 

Killed in action 27 Sept. 1918 
CRAVEN, A. E. L. Lieut., Wiltshire Regt. and Labour 1912 

Corps. (W.) 
CRAVEN, W. L. Pte., R.A.M.C.; Corpl., Labour Corps; 1906 

Cadet, O.C.B. 
*CREYKE, E. R. Capt., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I., T.F.) 1905 

M. 

Killed in action 5 July 1916 

CRONK, H. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1908 

^CROOKHAM, H. A. R. Lieut., Cambridgeshire Regt. 1912 

Died 4 Aug. 1915 of meningitis following wounds re- 
ceived in action 
*CROWE,T.M. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R.,(AnsonBn.,R.N.D.) 1905 

Killed in action in Gallipoli n June 1915 

CUFFE, G. E. Capt., R.E. (Signals). M. 1911 

CURRIE, J. H. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1914 

CUTTER, R. C. Capt. and Adjt., R. Fusiliers and Gen. 1905 

List (Courts-Martial Officer). (W.) 

DAVID, R. S. R. Lieut., Welsh Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1915 

DAVIDSON, W. E. F. Major, E. Yorks. Regt. ; Major (A.), 191 1 

R.A.F. (W.) 

DAVIES, C. E. H. See HUGHES DAVIES, C. E. 

DAVIES, Rev. C. E. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1899 

DAVIES, Rev. J. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1897 

DAVIES, J. P. H. Hon. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1902 

^DAVIES, K. G. Lieut., R.E. 1914 

Killed in action 19 May 1917 

DAVIES, W. E. Lieut., R.E. 1912 

DAVIS, E. M. Lieut., Middlesex Regt.(T.F.) 1911 

DAVY, G. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Major, R.E.; 1908 

D.A.D. Roads. M.C. M. 

DAY, E. C. Capt., King's (Shropshire L.I.) M.C. and 1909 

Bar. M. 

DEEDES, J. Capt., King's (Shropshire L.I.) (P.) 1912 

DEEDES, W. 2nd Lieut., Spec. List (Asst. Officer i/c 1875 

Records) 

DELAFIELD, M. E. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 1904 



JESUS COLLEGE 169 

*DENT, A. C. Sergt., R.A.M.C. 1910 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 19 July 1915 
DE VINE, Rev. C. N. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1902 

M.C. M. 
*DE VINE, Rev. H. B. ST J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

Killed in action 27 April 1916 

DEXTER, E. N. Trooper, W. Kent Yeo.; Lieut., R.F.A. 1911 
DEXTER, J. E. Trooper, W. Kent Yeo. ; Capt., R. Fusiliers 1909 

and Training Res. Bn. (W.) 

DEXTER, R. M. Major, R.F.A. M.C. 1910 

DICEY-JOHNSON, N. Lieut., R.A.S.C. (W.) 1905 

DIXON, J. G. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Capt., Wor- [1914] 

cestershire Regt.(T.F.) M.C. 

DONALDSON, A. Capt., 34th Sikh Pioneers, Indian Army 1905 
DORE, A. S. W. Major, Worcestershire Regt.(T.F.); 1901 

Lieut.-Col. (A.), R.A.F. (W.) D.S.O. M 2. 
DOWER, E. L. Fit. Sub-Lieut., R.N.A.S. 
DOWNMAN, Rev. L. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 
DRYSDALE, J. E. Major, R.A.S.C. M.C. 
DRYSDALE, T. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
DUCKWORTH, W. L. H. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 
DUTFIELD, D. Capt., London Regt. (R. Fus.) M. 
>^DWYER, C. H. Capt., Worcestershire Regt. M. 

Killed in action 17 Nov. 1916 
DYSON, E. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1903 

EASON, E. K. Lieut., R. Dublin Fus. 1903 

EDGE, A. S. 2nd Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt.; Lieut., R.F.A. 1911 

(T.F.) M. 

EDMUNDS, Rev. H. V. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

ELLIOT, R. H. 2nd Lieut., R. Scots [iQHJ 

^ELLIOTT, C. A. B. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Regt. and Somer- 1913 

set L.I. (W.) 

Killed in action in the Battle of Arras 12 April 1917 

ELLIS ROBERTS, R. Cadet, O.C.B. 1907 

ELMSLIE, G. F. Capt., E. Surrey Regt.(T.F.) 1908 

^ELVERSON, R. W. Lieut., E. Surrey Regt. 1909 

Kitted in action 25 Sept. 1915 

ENSELL, Rev. C. S. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1889 

SEVERS, B. S. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. (W.) 1910 

Killed in action 14 Sept. 1916 

EVORS, C. A., T.D. Capt., Middlesex Regt.(T.F.) and 1879 

Highgate School O.T.C. 

EWING, J. R. Capt., R. Sussex Regt. 1880 




170 JESUS COLLEGE 



FABER, L. E. Lieut., R. Fusiliers; Major, M.G.C. (P.) 1896 

M.C. M. 
FAIRBAIRN, C. O. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.; Major 1912 

(A.),R.A.F. (W.) A.F.C. 

FAIRBAIRN, C. P. Lieut., Scots Gds. 1905 

FAIRBAIRN, G. A. Lieut., i8th Hussars; Capt., Spec. 1911 

List, empld. Egyptian Army. (W.) 
^FAIRBAIRN, G. E. 2nd Lieut., Durham L.I. 1906 

Killed in action 20 June 1915 
FARRELL, W. J. Lieut., R.F.A.; Capt., Gen. Staff (In- 1901 

telligence). M.C. 

FAUNCE-DE-LAUNE, E. 2nd Lieut., R. East Kent Yeo. 1894 
*FELL, D. M. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1914 

Killed in action 17 July 1916 
FINCH, A. Capt., Norfolk Regt., R.E., and Gen. List 1890 

(Military Port Assistant). (W.) 
^FINDLAY, I. C. 2nd Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt. 1914 

Died 10 Aug. 1915 of wounds received in action 
FINLOW, L. W. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. and 1911 

M.G.C. (W.) M. 

FIRTH, M. M. Lieut., R. Wiltshire Yeo. and R.F.A. 1914 

FISHER, B. O. F. DE C. Capt., Norfolk Regt. *i9i2 

FISHER, G. A. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W 2.) 1910 

M.C. M. 
^FISHER, G. W. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt. 1910 

Killed in action 18 Nov. 1917 
FITCH, C. E. Major, Worcestershire Regt.; Lieut.-Col., 1889 

R. Welsh Fus.(T.F.) 

FLETCHER, E. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) (W.) 1897 

FLOOD, C. B. Capt., Derbyshire Yeo. O.B.E. M 2. 1900 

^FLOWER, O. S. Brigade Major; Lieut.-Col., R. Welsh 1890 

Fus. M. 

Died 24 July 1916 of wounds received in action at 

Mametz Wood 

FORMAN, G. E. G. Capt., Black Watch 1911 

FORSTER, Rev. G. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

FOSTER, J. D. Capt., Australian A.S.C. 1887 

FOSTER, J. H. Pte., Middlesex Regt. (P. S. Bn.); Capt., 1900 

R. Fusiliers; Major, King's Own (R. Lancaster 

Regt.); Lieut.-Col., Highland L.I. and Northamp- 
tonshire Regt. (W3.) M2. 
FRASER, J. H. P. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) D.S.O. 1891 

M.C. and Bar. M 3. French Croix de Guerre 



JESUS COLLEGE 171 

*FURZE, C. Capt., London Regt. (L.R.B.) (W.) 1910 

Died 6 April 1918 of wounds received in action 

GALLOWAY, Rev. S. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

GARNE, T. Lieut., Connaught Rangers; attd. R.F.C. 1902 
GARRETT, T. R. H. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. O.B.E. 1899 

GIBSON, R. W. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1903 

GIFFARD, J. S. 2nd Lieut., Manchester Regt.; Capt. 1908 

(K.B.), R.A.F. M. Belgian Croix de Guerre 
GILLSON,G. Brig.-Gen., R.A. (W.) C.M.G. D.S.O. 1886 

Brevet Colonel. M 6. Order of Danilo, yd Class 

(Montenegro) 

GILMAN, J. Major, R.A.S.C. M. 1898 

^GOLDSMITH, H. M. Lieut., Devon Regt. ; attd. Lincoln- 1904 

shire Regt. 

Killed in action at Fromelles 9 May 1915 
GOODACRE, Rev. J. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1894 

M.C. M. 

GOODCHILD, H. N. Lieut., R.F.A.; Lieut. (Ad.), R.A.F. 1908 
GOODMAN, E. L. Lieut., R.N.A.S. 1905 

GOODWIN, H. A. C. Capt., S. Lanes. Regt. and Gen. List 1907 

(T.F. Res.) ; Instructor, School of Musketry 
^GOODWIN, H. J. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1905 

Killed in action 24 April 1917 

Goss, J. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1896 

GOUGH CALTHORPE, Hon. F. S. Lieut., Staffordshire 1911 

Yeo.; Capt., Spec. List (P. and B.T. Staff) 
GOULD, R. Gnr., H.A.C.; Capt., R.F.A. M. 1911 

GRAHAM, H. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1896 

^GRAHAM-MONTGOMERY, G. J. E. Capt., Hampshire Regt. 1912 

Killed in action 24 April 1917 
^GRASETT, E. B. Lieut., 28th, attd. 33rd, Punjabis, Indian *i9o8 

Army 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 
GRAY, A. K. Capt., Spec. List (Graves Registration 1907 

Commission) 

GRAY, Rev. R. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1915 

GRAY, S. T. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. 58th Vaughan's Rifles. 1909 

(W.) 
GREEN, W. R. C. Capt., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey 1913 

Regt.) (P.) 

GREENHAM, R. G. H. Lieut., Army Pay Dept. 1905 

GRENFELL, E. B. Capt., D. of Cornwall's L.I. (T.F.); 1911 

Capt. (A.), R.A.F. 



172 JESUS COLLEGE 

GRIGG, G. H. Trooper, R. North Devon Yeo.; Lieut., [1914] 

N. Irish Horse and R.F.A. 
GRIGG, J. H. Trooper, R. North Devon Yeo.; Lieut., [1914] 

N. Irish Horse 

GRIPPER, A. G. Sergt., R.E. 1913 

GROGAN,E.S. Major, E. African Field Force. D.S.O. 1893 

M 2. Officer, Order of Leopold (Belgium) 
GROSS, W. S. Sergt., Middlesex Regt. ; 2nd Lieut., Wor- 191 1 

cestershire Regt.; Lieut., R.A.M.C. (W.) 
GRUBB, H. C. S. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) ; Lieut., R. 1912 

Irish Fus. and R.E. (Signals). M.C. and Bar 
GuLLiCK,C.D. Capt., The Buffs (E.Kent Regt.) (W4-) 1911 

M.C. and Bar 
GUY, O. V. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. ; Major, Tank Corps. 1910 

(W2.) D.S.O. M.C. and Bar. M. Chevalier, 

Legion of Honour (France) 

HABGOOD, A. H. Major, R.A.M.C. D.S.O. M. 1900 

HACKWORTH, A. Gnr., H.A.C.; Lieut., R.F.A. ; attd. 1909 

T.M.B. (W.) M. 
!<HALDANE, J. O. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1898 

Killed in action 18 Aug. 1916 
HALDANE, M. M. Major, R. Scots (R. of O.); G.S.O. 2, 1896 

War Office. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel, m. 
HALES, Rev. J. P. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D.: D.A.C.G. 1888 

D.S.O. M2. 
^HAMILTON, N. C. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 1912 

2nd Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. (W.) 

Killed in action \\July 1916 

HANDS, W. J. G. Major, R.A.S.C. 1911 

HANSARD, L. A. S. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1913 

HARCOURT, Rev. G. H. Chaplain, R.N. 1903 

HARDWICK, F. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (Post Office 1910 

Rifles); Major, R.E. (Postal Section). M.B.E. 

M. 

HARDY, F. W. Colonel, R.A.M.C. M 2. 1883 

HARRIS, A. L. S. 2nd Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. 1913 

(T.F.); Lieut., R. Marines 
HARRISON , W . P . 2nd Lieut . , W . Kent Yeo .; Lieut ., Life 1 904 

Gds. 
HARRY, N. G. Capt., Worcestershire Regt.(T.F.) and 1896 

R.A.M.C. 
HARTLEY, B.C. Lieut., Hertfordshire Regt. ; empld. War 1897 

Office. (W.) 



JESUS COLLEGE 173 

^HARVEST, G. L. Lieut., London Regt. (L.R.B.) M.C. [1914] 

Killed in action 20 June 1917 

HAWDON, H. W. Lieut., Durham L.I. (W.) 1909 

*HAWDON, Rev. N. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

Died 1 6 Nov. 1918 of pneumonia contracted on active 

service 
HAWKINS, O. C. Major, R.E. (T.F.); Staff Capt., War 1908 

Office. (W.) m. 
^HAWKINS, O. L. 2nd Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. 1912 

Died 26 April 1915 of wounds received in action 
HAY, A. C. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 1907 

HEAD,H.G. Capt., London Regt. and Tank Corps. M.C. 1907 
HEARFIELD, J. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1898 

HEARN, R. J. Capt., R.A.M.C.; Capt. (Med.), R.A.F. 1908 

(W.) m. 

HEARSEY, G. A. C. Lieut., I.A.R.O. (Cavalry) 1905 

HEATHCOTE, G. S. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1902 

and Derby Regt.); Major, Camp Cmdt. M.V.O. 

Mz. 
HENDERSON, J. A. Major, 8th (King's R. Irish) Hussars 1883 

(R. ofO.);A.P.M. D.S.O. O.B.E. M 4. 
HENTY,.C. Capt., R.A.S.C.; Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) M. 1906 
HiGGiNS,W.G. Capt., 2nd Dragoon Gds. (Queen's Bays). 1913 

M. 

HIGSON, F. Lieut.-Col., Norfolk Regt. O.B.E. M. 1899 
HILL, H. P. Major, Hampshire Regt.(T.F.) 1907 

HOBBS, C. R. Trooper, K. Edward's Horse; Major, 1910 

R.F.A. (W.) M. 

HOBSON, F. W. E. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps 1902 

HOBSON, R. L. Lieut., London Regt. (Civil Service 1890 

Rifles) ; empld. Admiralty 
HODGSON, C. L. Major, King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) 1898 

and Gen. Staff (O.C.B.) (W.) m 
HODGSON, E. J. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt.; attd. Leicester- 1913 

shire Regt.; Lieut., M.G.C. (W.) 

HOLLAND, Rev. P. F. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1905 

*HOLLOWAY, B. H. Capt., R. Sussex Regt. 1907 

Killed in action 27 Sept. 1915 
HOLLO WAY, N. J. Lieut., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Capt., 1909 

R.E. 

HOLMAN, A. H. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1908 

*HOLMAN, P. Pte., H.A.C. 1910 

Kitted in action 17 Feb. 1915 
HOLMDEN, F. A. A., D.S.O. Major, R.A.M.C. 



174 JESUS COLLEGE 

HOLME, H. R. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps. ; Capt., 1008 

M.G.C. (W.) 

HOLMES, J. C. Capt., R.E. M.C. M. 1910 

HOLT, E. Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. ; Capt., R. [1914] 

Warwickshire Regt. (W 2.) M.C. 

HOOD, H. M. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. 28th Light Cavalry 1903 
^HOPCRAFT, E. G. DE L. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. 1906 

Killed in action 27 Sept. 1918 
HOSKYNS, Rev. E. C. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1903 

M.C. M. 

HOVIL, R. Major, R.F.A. D.S.O. M 2. 1898 

HOWARD, J. Capt., R.E.(T.F.) 1912 

HOYTE, W. N. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1913 

Derby Regt.) M.C. and Bar 
HUDSON, H. C. H. Major, nth Hussars; Lieut.-Col., 1906 

A.Q.M.G. (W.) M.V.O. Brevet Major. M 2. 

Chevalier, Legion of Honour (France). French Croix de 

Guerre. Chevalier, Ordre de la Couronne (Belgium). 

Belgian Croix de Guerre 

HUGHES, J. W. C. Paymaster Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1913 

HUGHES DAVIES, C. E. Capt., R.F.A. ; Staff Lieut. (W.) 1909 

M.C. 
HUGHES^HALLETT, N. M. 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire [1914] 

Regt.; Capt., King's (Shropshire L.I.) (W.) 
HULTON-SAMS, K. A. Pte., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. 1903 

HUTCHINSON, G. Capt., R. Inniskilling Fus. 1908 

INGLES, Ven. C. W. C. Chaplain of the Fleet, R.N. 1887 

IREMONGER, E. A. Lieut.-Col., Suffolk Regt.; Colonel 1881 

i/c Records; empld. Ministry of National Service. 

C.B.E. m. 
IRONS, W. H. Sergt., R.E. 1891 

JACKSON, A. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. 1915 

* JACKSON, D. F. Lieut., Lanarkshire Yeo. (W.) M2. 1906 

Killed in action n Oct. 1918 

JACOBY, A. H. M. 2nd Lieut.(T.), R.A.F. 1903 

JAMES, H. M. Capt. and Adjt., Middlesex Regt. (W.) 1903 

M.C. 

JAQUET, Rev. E. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1908 

^JEFFCOCK, H. C. F. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1904 

and Derby Regt.) 

Died 30 May 1917 of wounds received in action 28 May 

1917 



JESUS COLLEGE 175 

JEFFCOCK, P. E. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1906 

JEFFCOCK, W. H. C. and Lieut., York and Lancaster 1907 

Regt; Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. (W.) 

JENKIN, R. T. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. S. and T. Corps 1906 
JENKINS, Rev. C. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) *i896 
JENKINS, R. E. Capt., Hampshire Regt.(T.F.) 1909 

JENNINGS, A. R. Capt.,R.A.M.C. M. Order of St Sava, 1904 

tfh Class (Serbia) 
* JENNINGS, R. W. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. M. 1907 

Died 3 July 1916 of wounds received in action at La 

Boisselle 

JERWOOD, Rev. F. H. Capt., Oakham School O.T.C. 1905 
^JERWOOD, J. H. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 1909 

Capt., Durham L.I.; Major, Somerset L.I. (W 2.) 

M.C. 

Killed in action 21 March 1918 
^JOHNSON, G. B. Capt., Norfolk Regt. 1912 

Killed in action 22 Nov. 1915 
JOHNSON, N. D. See DIGBY- JOHNSON, N. 
JOHNSTONE, C. C. G. Capt., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. ; 1908 

Major, R. Scots. (W.) 

JOHNSTONE, W. Lieut., Coldstream Gds. (W.) I 97 

JOICEY, J. Major, N. Somerset Yeo. 1880 

JoiCEY,Hon.J.A. Major, Northumberland Fus.(T.F.) m. 1898 
JONES, C. E. Lieut., I.A.R.O. 1910 

, E. W. 2nd Lieut., Welsh Regt. 

Died 9 Nov. 1915 of dysentery contracted on active 

service 
JONES,H.A. Lieut.-Col.,R.A.S.C.;Brig.-Gen.,D.Q.M.G. 

Brevet Lieut. -Colonel, m. Chevalier , Legion of Honour 

(France) 
JONES, J. W. B. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps 1900 



KEATS, J. R. Capt., Suffolk Yeo. (W 2 .) M.C. 1912 

KEBLE, T. H. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) ; Capt., [1914] 

G.S.0. 3 . M. 
KEMP, Sir K. H., Bart. Colonel, Norfolk Regt. C.B.E. 1871 

m. 

KENNEDY, Rev. D. J. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. 1900 

KiDD,W.A.T. Lieut., R.Sussex Regt.; Capt., R.E. M. 1907 
KING, W. B. R. Capt., R. Welsh Fus.(T.F.); S.O. to 1908 

Engineer-in- Chief. O.B.E. M 2. 
KIRKPATRICK, J. B. Capt., Rifle Brigade ; empld. O.C.B. 1912 

(W.) 



176 JESUS COLLEGE 

KITCHING, A. E. E. African Field Force 1909 

KITCHING, G. C. Capt., London Regt.(L.R.B.) (W.) 1911 



KNIGHT, C. E. Capt., R.F.A. 1908 

^KOETTGEN, E. A. Pte., London Regt. (London Scottish) 1892 

Killed in action 30 June 1917 

KRAUSE, E. H. Lieut., Durham L.I. and Gen. List. 1911 

(W2.) 

KUTNOW, H. S. Lieut., R.A.O.C. 1907 

LAISTNER, M. L. W. Pte., Middlesex Regt. 1909 

LANG,R. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S.Bn.); Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. [1914] 

^LAUDER, J. C. Capt., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. (W 3.) 1910 

Killed in action 29 Dec. 1916 

LEA, D. H. Pte., M.G.C. (W.) 1900 

LEALE, R. J. Capt., R. Guernsey Militia 1910 

^LEARY, G. G. W. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt. 1910 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

LEES, J. Capt., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent Regt.) and 1878 

Spec. List (Adjt., Rest Camp). M. 

LE GROS, F. G. 2nd Lieut., R. Jersey Militia; Lieut., 1912 

R.G.A. 

LE NEVE FOSTER, B. A. J. C. Sergt., R. Fusiliers 1912 

LETTS, C. F. C. Major, Rifle Brigade. (W 3.) 1907 

*LEVICK, P. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1892 

Accidentally killed on active service 21 March 1918 

LIAS, W. J. Capt., Lanes. Fus. and R.E. M. 1886 

LIGHT, P. Capt., Cheshire Regt. M.C. 1901 

LILLY, C. O. Capt., Dorset Regt. ; G.S.O. 3 ; Hon. Capt. 1908 

(A.), R.A.F. (W2.) D.S.O. M. 

LIVINGSTON, P. C. Surgeon Prob., R.N.V.R.; Capt. 1912 

(Med.), R.A.F. 

LLOYD, B. S. Lieut., R.G.A. 1915 

LLOYD, H.W.C. Capt., Wiltshire Regt.; G.S.O. 3. (P.) 1910 

D.S.O. M.C. M. French Croix de Guerre 

LLOYD-BARROW, R. A. Capt., R.F.A. 1909 

LLOYD GEORGE, G. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus.; A.D.C.; 1913 

Major, R.G.A. M. 

LOCKHART, J. H. B. 2nd Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. and Gen. 1908 

Staff. M. 

LOEWE, L. L. Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. (T.F.) and 1911 

R. Sussex Regt. (W.) 

LOVEBAND, G. Y. Capt., R. Dublin Fus. M. 1911 



JESUS COLLEGE 177 

Low, A. Capt., R. Irish Fus.; Major, M.G.C. (W.) 1912 

M.C. M. 

LOWE, P. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1887 

LUCE, H. W. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1913 

*LUNN, H. C. Sergt., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Lieut., 1908 

Northumberland Fus. and R. Scots. (W.) 

Killed in action 22 March 1917 

MACALPINE, J. L. Lieut., 9th Lancers. (W.) M.C. 1904 

McBAiN, N. S. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1913 

*MACBRYAN, E. C. Lieut., Somerset L.L (W.) 1912 

Killed in action i July 1916 

McCAUGHEY, S. Lieut., R.F.A. 1912 

McCoNNELL, A. E. Capt., R. Irish Rifles. M. 1899 

McCoRQUODALE, K. Capt., Lovat's Scouts. M.C. 1913 

McGowAN, I. A. W. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) M.C. 1904 

MclLROY, H. D. Surgeon Prob., R.N.V.R.; Capt., 1910 

R.A.M.C. (W.) 
*MACK, I. A. Capt., Suffolk Regt. ; attd. T.M.B. 1911 

Killed in action i July 1916 
MACKAY, A. S. Major, 7th Gurkha Rifles, Indian Army. 1909 

M.C. M. 

MACKIE, E. D. Pte., R. Fusiliers (Sportsman's Bn.) 1888 

^MCLAUGHLIN, A. Lieut., R. Irish Rifles 1913 

Killed in action 9 May 1915 
MACLEAN, F. S. Trooper, K. Edward's Horse; Lieut., 1911 

R.F.A. (W.) 

MCNEIL, J. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1907 

MACNUTT, Rev. A. C. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. 1898 

MAINPRICE, H. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps and Gen. 1902 

Staff, m. 
*MAITLAND, J. D. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.) ; 2nd Lieut., 1910 

D. of Wellington's (W. Riding Regt.) 

Killed in action 22 Feb. 1916 
MANDERSON, J. R. 2nd Lieut., Devon Regt.(T.F.) ; Capt., 1890 

Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. 
MANDUELL, M. D. Capt., R.F.A. M.C. French Croix 1896 

de Guerre 

MANIFOLD, E. W. Lieut., R.F.A. M.C. 1911 

MANIFOLD, J. Lieut., R.F.A. 1907 

*MANN, R. L. Lieut., 7th Dragoon Gds. 1910 

Killed in action at Festubert 23 Dec. 1914 
MANNING, R. Capt., Buckinghamshire Yeo. and M.G.C. 1908 

M.C. M. French Croix de Guerre 

C.U.W.L. I2 



178 JESUS COLLEGE 

MANNING, T. E. Major, Northamptonshire Yeo. M. 1902 
MARNHAM, A. E. Lieut.-Col., R.G.A. M.C. M. 1909 

Chevalier, Order of Leopold (Belgium). Belgian Croix 

de Guerre 

MARSHALL, G. T. Sergt., R. Welsh Fus. 1913 

MARSHALL, Rev. H. A. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) M. 1902 
MARTIN, B. S. Lieut., M.G.C. (Motor) and Tank Corps. 1010 

(W.) 

MASEFIELD, Rev. W. B. Chaplain, R.N. 1904 

*MASON, K. R. and Lieut., Suffolk Regt.(T.F.) 1909 

Killed in action 21 June 1915 
*MASON, R. S. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1912 

Killed in action 14 March 1915 
*MASSEY,J. H. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) M.C. French Croix 1912 

de Guerre 

Killed in action 27 May 1918 

MATTHEWS, N. H., T.D. Major, R. Defence Corps 1870 

MEAKIN, F. G. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1903 

*MEERES, H. W. H. Lce.-Corpl., R. Fusiliers 1899 

Killed in action 19 March 1915 

MELLOR, J. E. Capt., Leys School O.T.C. ; empld. O.C.B. 1903 
^MEREDITH, O. W. W. H. 2nd Lieut. (A.), R.F.C. 1914 

Killed in action near Cambrai 20 Nov. 1917 
MILBURN, B. Capt., Hertfordshire Regt. and Coldstream 1907 

Gds. (W2.) D.S.O. M.C. MI. 
MILBURN, W. H. Capt., Yorkshire Regt.; Major, Em- 1902 

barkation S.O. 

MILLER, C. P. Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. 1909 

MILLS, H. J. F. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W.) 1913 

(P-) 
^MITCHELL, A. C. O. 2nd Lieut., S. Wales Borderers. M. 1905 

Killed in action in Mesopotamia 30 April 1917 

MITCHELL, S. Major, Fife and Forfar Yeo.(T.F. Res.) 1903 

and Gen. Staff, m. 

MITCHELSON, Rev. J. K. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (P.) 1907 

MITFORD, A. H. Capt., York and Lancaster Regt. and 1884 

Gen. List. (W.) 

MITFORD, C. W. 2nd Lieut., Shrewsbury School O.T.C. 1904 

^MOFFITT, J. P. Capt., Durham L.I. M.C. 1911 

Killed in action 3 Dec. 1917 

MONKS, G. Lieut., R. Scots. (W.) 1908 

MONTGOMERY, H. K. Lieut., Black Watch. (W.) 1914 

MOORE, H. M. M. Lieut., R.G.A. 1906 

MOORE, N. Lieut., Intelligence Dept., Uganda Force 1907 



JESUS COLLEGE 179 

MORGAN, R. T. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) ; attd. Ordnance 1897 

College 

MORGAN, T. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1909 

MORLEY, G. C. Trooper, Gloucestershire Yeo. 1913 

^MORRIS, A. C. Trooper, i2th Lancers ; Pte., R. Munster 1912 

Fus. 

Killed in action 27 Nov. 1915 

MORRIS, G. G. 2nd Lieut., Sherborne School O.T.C. ^1911 
MORRISON, M. J. Capt., Durham L.I. (T.F.) (W.) M.C. 1912 
MORTLOCK, Rev. C. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. ^1911 

MORUM, S. D. Capt., Rifle Brigade. (W.) 1914 

frMoss, F. W. Pte., Suffolk Regt.; 2nd Lieut., Leicester- 1913 

shire Regt. ; attd. R.E. 

Kitted in action 28 May 1918 

MOSSE, Rev. C. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1908 

MUIR-MACKENZIE, K. J. Pte., H.A.C. ; Lieut., R. Munster 1901 

Fus. 
*MUIR-MACKENZIE, Sir R. C., Bart. Lieut., Durham L.I. 1010 

M.C. 

Killed in action 12 April 1918 
MUMFORD, P. S. Capt., London Yeo. (Westminster 1912 

Dragoons); Hon. Capt. (Ad.), R.A.F. 
^MURRAY, M. A. Pte., Middlesex Regt. (P.S. Bn.) ; Lieut., [1914] 

Essex Regt. 

Killed in action in the Battle of Loos 25 Sept. 1915 
^MURRAY, R. L. Capt., Northamptonshire Regt. (T.F.) 1912 

(W.) Mz. 

Killed in action 19 April 1917 
MUSSON, T. M. B. Pte., King's (Liverpool Regt., Liver- 1910 

pool Scottish, T.F.) ; Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. and Essex 

Regt. (W.) 
*MYDDELTON, E. G. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt. 1912 

Killed in action at Le Gateau 26 Aug. 1914 

NALDER, F. W. Lieut., Somerset L.I. 1913 

NALDRETT, H. C. Lieut., Essex Regt. (T.F.) ; Lieut. (A.), 1912 

R.A.F. (W.) 
NAPIER, Sir J. W. L., Bart. Pte., London Regt. (London 1913 

Scottish); Lieut., S. Wales Borderers. (W 2.) (P.) 
^NAPIER, Sir W. L., Bart. Major, S. Wales Borderers 1886 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 13 Aug. 1915 
NATHAN, A. A. Capt., Hampshire Yeo. ; Major, R.A.F. ; 1905 

S.O. 2, Air Ministry. M. m. 
NEALE, J. B. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. 1909 



12 2 



i8o JESUS COLLEGE 

*NEVILL, W.P. Capt.,E. Surrey Regt. ; attd.E. Yorks. Regt. 1913 

Killed in action i July 1916 

NEVILLE, G. J. E. P. O./R.N.V.R. ; 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1904 

(M.T.) ' 

NEWHAM, C. E. Capt., Army Cyclist Corps. (W.) 1912 

NEWLING, A. J. Lieut., London Regt. (Finsbury Rifles) ; 1915 

Hon. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 

NEWMAN, F. H. C. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1899 

NICHOLAS, F. P. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1909 

^NICHOLS, W. H. Major, Somerset L.I. 1892 

Died in Germany 15 Oct. 1915 of wounds received in 

action in the Battle of Loos 26 Sept. 1915 

NORMAN, T.V. 2nd Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. (W.) 1911 

NORTH, G. D. Lieut., Life Gds. (W.) 1912 

NOWELL-USTICKE, G. W. Capt., R.F.A. M.C. 1913 

NUTMAN, B. K. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1900 

OLDHAM, E. A. S. Gnr., H.A.C.; Capt. and Adjt., Sea- 1912 

forth Hdrs.(T.F.) (W.) 

OLIVER, H. C. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1913 

OPPENHEIMER, K. M. 2nd Lieut., Durham L.I.; Lieut., 1911 

I.A.R.O. 

ORR, H. R. Pte., Canadian Force, empld. Records 1885 

OSBORNE, E. C. Lieut., Black Watch. (W.) 1891 

OWEN, T. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1906 

OWSTON, C. S. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps; 1908 

Lieut., R.F.A.; empld. Records 

PALMER, A. S. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1897 

PALMER, F. W. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1896 

*PARKE, A. Capt., Lanes. Fus. (W 2.) M.C. 1911 

Killed in action 27 Sept. 1918 

PARKER, H. V. Capt. and Adjt., R.F.A. (W.) M.C. 1910 

PARKES, E. B. H. Capt., R.A.S.C. (W.) 1886 

PARMENTER, Rev. G. E. P. Chaplain, R.N. 1911 

^PASSINGHAM, E. G. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 1913 

Capt., Northumberland Fus. (W.) M.C. 

Killed in action at Monchy-le-Preux 3 May 1917 
PATERSON, G. A. R. Capt., Gordon Hdrs.(T.F.) M.C. 1911 
^PATTERSON, R. A. Capt., Rifle Brigade. (W.) 1914 

Killed in action 12 April 1917 
PATTINSON,L.A. Lieut., Durham L.I.(T.F.) and R.Fusi- 1909 

liers;Lieut.-Col.(A.), R.A.F. D.S.O. M.C. D.F.C. 

M. 



JESUS COLLEGE 181 

*PAYNE, G. H. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. 1911 

Killed in action at Le Gateau 26 Aug. 1914 
PEACOCK, W. M. Capt., Leicestershire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1909 
PEACOCK, W. T. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1894 

*PEASE, M. R. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. [1914] 

Kitted in action 20 Oct. 1914 

PEDLEY, C. F. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1907 

PEGG, H. G. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); Capt., 1909 

Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. and Gen. List. (W.) 
PENNELL, K. E. L. Capt., R.E. M.C. M2. 1908 

PENNY, C. J. Surgeon Prob., R.N.V.R. ; Capt., R.A.M.C. 1911 

O.B.E. M. 

PENNY, G. S. Capt., Spec. List (Intelligence) 1904 

PENNY, W. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. 1903 

PETERS, B. A. I. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1901 

DETERS, J. H. G. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt., T.F.) ; 1913 

Capt., cist Sikhs, attd. i52nd Punjabis, Indian Army. 

(W.) 
PETRO, J. A. W. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.); Cmdt., P. of W. 1913 

Camp; empld. War Office 

PHAYRE, Sir A. Lieut.-Gen., Indian Army. K.C.B. 
PHELPS, M. N. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt.(T.F.); 

A.P.M. M. Officer, Ordre de Vfitoile Noire (France) 
PHIPPS, C. E. Lieut.-Col., R.G.A. ; Dep. Chief Inspector, 1884 

Woolwich Arsenal. C.B. m. 
*PiGG, B. W. Sergt., H.A.C.; 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire 1907 

Regt. 

Kitted in action at La Boissette 3 July 1916 
PIGG, C. H. Capt., Worcestershire Regt. and Gen. List; 1906 

Brigade Major. (W.) M.C. m. 
PINK, H. S. A.B., R.N.V.R. (R.N.D.); Capt., Sherwood 1906 

Foresters (Notts, and Derby Regt.) 
^PLUMMER , W . F . 2nd Lieut . , London Regt . (London Irish 1914 

Rifles) 

Killed in action 15 Sept. 1916 

PoLHiLL,S.F.P. Corpl.,R.E.; Lieut. (A.),R.A.F. Mz. 1910 
*PREEDY, A. Capt., Devon Regt. 1911 

Killed in action n July 1916 

PRIOR, Rev. C. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 1909 

PRYCE, E. O. Trooper, K. Edward's Horse ; Capt., R.F.A. 1913 

(W.) M.C. 

PRYCE-JONES, Sir E., Bart. Hon. Colonel, R. Welsh Fus. 1880 
PRYCE- JONES, P.V. Capt., Welsh Horse ; attd. Cheshire Yeo. 1906 

1 Killed in action on the N.W. Indian frontier after the armistice. 



182 JESUS COLLEGE 

PRYOR, J. W. Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. (W.) (P.) [1914] 

PuRDY,T.W. Major, Norfolk Regt. (T.F.) (W.) T.D. m. 1893 

*PYMAN, R. L. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. 1905 

Killed in action 3 May 1917 
PYPER, J. R. Capt., London Regt. (R. Fus.) ; attd.M.G.C. 1911 

(W.) M.C.andBar. M. 

QUILLER-COUCH, Sir A. T. Capt., D. of Cornwall's L.I. *i<)i2 

RAIMES,E. A. Lieut., Staffordshire Yeo. and W. Yorks. 1911 

Regt.; empld. War Office 
RAIMES, G. H. Lieut., Yorkshire Dragoons; attd. 2ist 1914 

Lancers and i4th Hussars 
RATCLIFF, R. F., M.P., V.D. Lieut.-Col., N. Staffs. Regt. 1886 

(T.F. Res.) C.M.G. mz. 
RAVENSCROFT, P. D. Corpl., R. Fusiliers; Capt., King's 1908 

Royal Rifle Corps. (W.) M.C. M. 
RAWES, P. L. Lieut., R.A.S.C. M. Chevalier, Military 1902 

Order of Avis (Portugal) 

RAWSTORN, J. O. Capt., R. Welsh Fus.(T.F.) (W.) 1910 

REA, J. G. G. Capt., Northumberland Yeo. and Labour 1904 

Corps. (W.) D.S.O. M2. Officer, Ordre du Merite 

Agricole (France) 

READ, C. F. 2nd Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. [zQHl 

READ, J. W. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. 1912 

READ, W. R. Capt., ist Dragoon Gds. ; Major (A.), R.A.F. 1905 

(W.) M.C. D.F.C. A.F.C. M. 

REED, D. H. Capt., Devon Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1913 

REID, C. H. Lieut., 5th Dragoon Gds.; Capt., M.G.C. 1909 

(Cavalry). M.C. M. 

REID, J. S. C. Lieut., R. Scots; Major, M.G.C. 1908 

RENDELL, W. R. Capt., Cambridge Univ. O.T.C., attd. 1887 

Gen. Staff, War Office 
RICARDO, A. ST Q., D.S.O. Lieut.-Col., R. Inniskilling 1886 

Fus. ; Brig.-Gen. ; Colonel, Gen. Staff (Base Cmdt.) 

C.M.G. C.B.E. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. Mj. 
RICHARDSON, A. Gnr., R.H.A.; Lieut., R.F.A. M.C. 1915 
RICHARDSON, A. J. M. Capt., N. Somerset Yeo. 1913 

RICHARDSON, P. J. Corpl., Calcutta Vol. Artillery ; Capt., 1910 

King's African Rifles. M. 

RIDLEY, A. H. Lieut., Northumberland Yeo. 1910 

^RIDLEY, C. N. Capt., Northumberland Yeo. 1904 

Diedj Oct. 1915 of wounds received in action 30 Sept. 

1915 



JESUS COLLEGE 183 

^RIDLEY, L. E. Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt. 1910 

Killed in action 18 Aug. 1916 

RIDOUT, P. M. Capt., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. (W.) 1913 

ROBERTS, A. H. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. and Gen. List, 1909 

empld. Inland Waterways and Docks. (W.) 

ROBERTS, A. J. R. Lieut., Mill Hill School O.T.C. 1900 

^ROBERTS, F. B. Capt., Rifle Brigade 1901 

Killed in action 8 Feb. 1916 

ROBERTS, R. E. Major, Manchester Regt. 1900 

ROBINSON, G. H. Pte., R. Fusiliers (Sportsman's Bn.) 1887 

RODERICK, D. B. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1916 

ROLFE, W. J. L. Lieut., R.E. (Signals) 1915 

ROSCOE, G. T. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) ; attd. Worcester- 1913 

shire Regt. 

Ross, O. F. Capt., N. Staffs. Regt. (W.) 1913 

*RowE, H. P. Capt., R.E. (Signals) 1908 

Died 6 Nov. 1918 of pneumonia 

RowE,W.H. C. Lieut.-Col., R.A.S.C. C.B.E. O.B.E 1902 



*ROWSELL, H. G. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Capt., 1907 

Hampshire Regt. 

Killed in action n Sept. 1916 
^ROYLE, J. B. Major, S. Wales Borderers 1892 

Killed in action 15 Jan. 1917 
RUBIE, T. A. C. Lieut., Uganda Protectorate Force and 1911 

Unattd. List, T.F. 
*RUCK-KEENE, R. E. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. 1907 

Accidentally killed 24 Jan. 1916 
*RuDD, K. S. Pte., King's (Shropshire L.I.); Capt. and 1913 

Adjt., W. Yorks. Regt. (W.) 

Killed in action 10 Oct. 1918 

RUSSELL, A. Major, R.G.A. (W.) M.C. 1912 

RUTHERFORD, G. L. Capt., Durham L.I.(T.F.) (W.) 1910 

M.C. M. 
RYAN, C. M., D.S.O. Colonel, R.A.S.C.; Brig.-Gen., 1885 

Director of Supplies and Transport. C.M.G. C.B.E. 

M 2. Officer , Legion of Honour (France) 


SADLER, H. Major, 6th Dragoon Gds. (Carabiniers); 1909 

G.S.O. 2. French Croix de Guerre 

SALE, H. G. Lieut., Northumberland Fus. (W.) 1912 

SALMON, H. B. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. ; Staff Lieut. 1910 

SALMON, L. H. Sergt., King's Royal Rifle Corps; Capt., 1901 

Worcestershire Regt. 



1 84 JESUS COLLEGE 

^SANDERSON, G. E. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.); Lieut., 1907 

R. Irish Rifles; attd. M.G.C. 

Killed in action 15 July 1916 

SANER, J. D. J. Capt., R.E. (Signals, T.F.) M.C. M. 1913 
^SARSBY, R. A. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Regt. 1912 

Killed in action 31 Dec. 1915 
^SAUNDERS, C. P. G. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 1914 

Killed in action at Eaucourt VAbbaye 28 Sept. 1916 
*SAVORY,H.L.S. 2ndLieut.,DurhamL.I.andSuffolkRegt. 1916 

Killed in action 26 April 1918 
^SCHIFF, M. E. H. Capt., Suffolk Regt. 1907 

Killed in action at Gouzeaucourt 25 Sept. 1917 
SCOTT, D. A. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1905 

SCOTT, Rev. F. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1904 

SCOTT, Rev. H. P. F. Chaplain, R.N. 1902 

SCOTT, S. C. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Capt., Essex 1912 

Regt. and I.A.R.O., attd. iO9th Infy. (W.) M.C. 
SCOTT, W. Capt., R.A.S.C. rm. 1913 

SENDELL, C. H. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 1913 

Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 

SENIOR, F. G. Capt., E. Yorks. Regt.; A.M.L.O. M. 1891 
SEYMOUR, Rev. A. G. Chaplain, R.N. 1905 

SHACKLE, S. A. Capt., Spec. List (Remount Service) 1896 
SHARP, Rev. J. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1901 

SHARPE, Rev. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

SHELMERDINE, Rev. T. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 
SHELTON, O. W. M. Lieut., R.A.S.C. ; attd. King's Own 1909 

(Yorkshire L.I.) 

SHENTON, Rev. J. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

SHERA, F. H. Capt., Malvern College O.T.C. 1901 

^SHIELDS, H. J. S. Lieut., R.A.M.C. M. 1906 

Killed in action 25 Oct. 1914 

SHURLOCK, A. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1913 

SHUTER, A. E. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1891 

SHUTER, C. H. Major, H.A.C. and R.F.A.(T.F.) 1893 

SIDNEY, P. Capt., Northumberland Fus.; Lieut.-Col., 1900 

S.O. i,R.A.F. m. 
^SIMSON, J. Lieut., Australian F.A. 1910 

Killed in action 31 July 1917 
^SKINNER, H. S. Pte., London Regt. 1914 

Died 13 Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 
SLEIGH, G. P. Capt., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1912 

Regt.); empld. O.C.B.; attd. Embarkation Staff, 

Indian Army 



JESUS COLLEGE 185 

SMITH, A. S. D. 2nd Lieut., Forest School, Waltham- 1902 

stow, O.T.C. 

SMITH, Rev. B. T. D. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. *i9o6 

SMITH, F. B. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1910 

SMITH, Rev. G. A. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1899 

SMITH, J. P. F. H. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. (W.) 1905 

SMITH, W.H. Capt., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) (W.) 1898 

SMITH-CARINGTON, M. C. H. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) M. 1905 

SMYTH, S. S. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) 1911 

SMYTHE, D. Pte., Black Watch; Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. 1910 

(W.) 

SNELL, Rev. C. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1893 

SOLE, B. J. B. Pte., Middlesex Regt. (P. S. Bn.); 2nd 1913 

Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 

^SOLOMONS, M. Cadet, O.C.B. 1915 

Died 1 6 July 1916 of appendicitis 

SOMERSET, A. P. F. C. Lieut., R. Fusiliers 1908 

SOPER, F. P. P. Major, R.A.S.C.(T.F. Res.) 1894 

SPENCER, T. B. W. Lieut. (Ad.), R.A.F. 1902 

SPICER, H. W. Lieut., R.E. (Signals) 1909 

STAFFORD, G. B. Capt. and Adjt., Durham L.I. (W.) 1908 

STAFFORD, R.S.H. Lieut. -Col., King's Royal Rifle Corps; 1909 

attd. Middlesex Regt. and Gen. Staff. D.S.O. and 

Bar. M.C. M 4. 

STAMPER, E. P. F. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. M. 1905 

STANSFELD, C. A. Lieut., R.A.S.C. and nth Bengal 1910 

Lancers, Indian Army 

STARLING, E. C. W. Major, R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. 1907 

^STAVELEY, H. S. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. 1907 

Killed in action 3 May 1917 

STEDALL, G. ST G. Capt., London Yeo. (Sharpshooters) ; 1911 

Hon. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. 

STEWART, D. H. Lieut., S. African Force 1890 

*STOBART, W. Lieut., Durham L.I. ; attd. R.F.C. (W2.) 1912 

Killed in action 24 Aug. 1916 

STODDARD, J. W. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. (T.F.) ; Capt., 1902 

Spec. List (School of Instruction). M.B.E. 

STORRS, B. ST J. Lieut., R.F.A. *i9o6 

*STORRS, F. E. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1902 

Died 10 Nov. 1918 of pneumonia 

^STRACHAN, E. S. 2nd Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1898 

and Derby Regt., T.F.) 

Killed in action 14 Oct. 1915 

STRAKER, A. C. Lieut., i5th Hussars; empld. Records 1911 



186 JESUS COLLEGE 

STRAKER, G. H. Capt., i5th Hussars; A.D.C. D.S.O. 1910 

M.C. Brevet Major. M 5. Chevalier, Legion of 

Honour (France). French Croix de Guerre. Order of 

St Anne, \ih Class (Russia) 
STRAKER, L. S. Lieut., Irish Gds.; Capt., Gds. M.G. 1910 

Regt. and Gen. Staff. (W.) M. 

STROYAN, J. R. A. Major, R.F.A. 1909 

SUTTON, Rev. F. O. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) M. ^1883 
SWAINSON, F. E. Lieut.-Col., Middlesex Regt. (W.) m. 1891 
SWANSTON, H. E. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1906 

SWAYNE, P. C. Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1896 

Regt.); Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. 
^SWEARS, H. M. Sergt., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Lieut., 1912 

M.G.C. 

Killed in action u April 1917 

SYER, H. B. Major, R. Irish Rifles 1878 

SYKES, A. H. C. and Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 191 1 

Regt.); Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 
SYKES, Sir M., Bart., M.P. Hon. Colonel, E. Yorks. 1897 

Regt. and Gen. Staff, m. Order of St Stanislas, 2nd 

Class (Russia). Commander, Order of the Star of 

Roumania 
SYMONS,H.J. Capt., E. Yorks. Regt. ;Major,Tank Corps. 1897 

M. 

TANNER, H. O'S. F. Major, igth Hussars and Gen. Staff. 1804 

(W.) M. 

TATE, J. E. Lieut., R.F.A. M. 1911 

^TAYLOR, E. F. H. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers 1909 

Killed in action 27 July 1916 

TAYLOR, R. H. H. Pte., R.A.S.C. 1916 

TAYLOR, W. R. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 1910 

(W2.) (P.) 
TELFER, Rev. W. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D.; Cadet, * 1908 

O.C.B. M.C. 

THOMAS, A. L. Capt., R.G.A. 1887 

^THOMAS, O. V. 2nd Lieut., R. Welsh Fus.; Capt. (A.), 1912 

R.A.F. Mz. 

Died 29 July 1918 of injuries received in flying 

accident 

THOMPSON, W. Capt., Durham L.I. 1895 

THORBURN, K. D. S. M. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); 1895 

Capt., Northumberland Fus. 
THORNE, F. J. Major, R.A.M.C. M.B.E. M. 1904 



JESUS COLLEGE 187 

THORNTON, W. H. J. Major, R.F.A.; Lieut.-Col., 1907 
A.Q.M.G. M.C. Brevet Major. Brevet Lieut.- 
Colonel on promotion to substantive Major. M 3. 
Order of the Nile, 4th Class (Egypt) 

TILLYARD, E. M. W. Capt., King's Own (R. Lancaster 1908 
Regt.) and Gen. Staff (Intelligence). O.B.E. Af 3. 
Greek Military Cross 

*ToDD, J. G. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.); Capt., North- 1901 
umberland Fus. 
Kitted in action i July 1916 
iToMLiN, C. G. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (W.) 1910 

Died 9 July 1916 of wounds received in action 
*TowN,C.A. Capt., W.Yorks. Regt. (Wa.) M.C. M. 1903 

Killed in action 20 Sept. 1917 

TRACY, S. J. Capt., R. Marines. (W.) 1913 

TREE, H. B. LE D. Capt., ii2th Infy., Indian Army; 1900 
Brigade Major. Mz. Order of the Nile, %th Class 
(Egypt) 

TURNER, H. F. A. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. M. 1913 
^TURNER, R. B. 2nd Lieut., Cheshire Regt.(T.F.) 1914 

Killed in action 9 April 1916 
TWYFORD, H. Major, Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1893 

Derby Regt.) and Gen. List (A.P.M.) 
TYNDALE-BISCOE,CJ. Lieut., R.F.A.; Staff Lieut. (W.) [1914] 

M.C. 

TYNDALE-BISCOE, H. L'E. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. 1911 

*TYRRELL-GREEN, D. N. Capt., R. Sussex Regt.(T.F.) 1913 
Killed in action 26 March 1917 

UBSDELL,T.R. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.); Staff Capt. D.S.O. 1891 

M 4. Officer y Legion of Honour (France) 
UPTON, R. Lieut., London Regt. (Cyclist Bn.) 1899 



SCHAICK, J. B. M.G. Bn., American Army 1884 

Died 9 Dec. 1918 of influenza contracted on active service 

*VANN, A. H. A. Capt. and Adjt., W. Yorks. Regt. 1909 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

*VANN, Rev. B. W. Lieut.-Col., Sherwood Foresters 1907 
(Notts, and Derby Regt.) (W5.) M.C. and Bar. 
M 2. French Croix de Guerre 

1J.(?L "For most conspicuous bravery, devotion to 
duty and fine leadership during the attack at Bellenglise 
and Lehaucourt on September i9th, 1918. He led his 
battalion with great skill across the Canal du Nord 



i88 JESUS COLLEGE 

through a very thick fog and under 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, 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 rushed a field gun 
single-handed and knocked out three of the detachment. 
The success of the day was in no small degree due to the 
splendid gallantry and fine leadership displayed by this 
officer. Lieut.-Col. Vann, who had on all occasions set 
the highest example of valour, was killed near Ramicourt 
on 3rd October, 1918, when leading his battalion in 
attack." Supplement to The London Gazette of 14 Dec. 
1918. 

Killed in action 3 Oct. 1918 

VERDON, P. Capt., .R.A.M.C. ; Lieut., I.M.S. 1905 

VICK, G. R. Capt., Durham L.I. and Gen. List (O.C.B. 1910 
VICK, R. M. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) O.B.E. M 3. 1902 
VINCENT, H. G. Lieut., London Regt. (L.R.B.); attd. 1911 
R.E. (Signals) 

WADSWORTH, S. Lieut., Madras Gds., Indian Defence 1908 

Force 
WAILES-FAIRBAIRN, N. W. F. Capt., Yorkshire Hussars; 1911 

Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) 
WAILES-FAIRBAIRN, W. F. Major, S. Notts. Hussars. 1879 

(W.) 

WAIT, R.J. Corpl., R.E. (Signals) ; Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 1912 
WAKEFIELD, W. V. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt.(T.F. 1910 

Res.); empld. War Office 
WALKER, A. E. J. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps; Lieut., 1908 

Gen. List (Claims Commission) 

WALKER, H. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. M. 1905 

WALKER, H. C. Capt., Canadian F.A. 1914 

WARE, B. O. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 1914 

WARREN, C. K. W. 2nd Lieut., Monkton Combe School 1912 

O.T.C.; Air Mechanic, R.A.F. 
WARREN, L. A. 2nd Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt.; Lieut., 1906 

Cheshire Regt. 
WATERALL, L. S. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. and Rifle Brigade. 1904 

(W.) 



JESUS COLLEGE 189 

WATSON J. A. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt.; attd. Durham L.I. 1910 
WATSON, Hon. T. H. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1887 

WATT, A. F. Lieut.-CoL, Yorkshire Hussars; A.D.C. 1890 

D.S.O. T.D. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. M. Chevalier, 

Legion of Honour (France) 
WAYLEN,D.C. Capt.(K.B.),R.A.F.;S.O. 3 ,Air Ministry. 1911 

M.B.E. M2. 
*WEBB, J. C. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.); 2nd Lieut., 1912 

Leicestershire Regt. 

Killed in action 15 Sept. 1916 
WELCH, D. 2nd Lieut., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles); 1905 

Lieut. (A), R.A.F. 
*WELINKAR, S. C. Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1915 

Died in German hands 30 June 1918 of wounds received 

in action 

WENLEY, J. A. S. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1911 

WHALE, G. H. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. (T.F.) 1895 

WHELPTON, L. G. Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt.(T.F. Res.); 1910 

attd. King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 
WHITE, G. G. Capt., E. Surrey Regt.; attd. Gen. Staff. 1911 

O.B.E. m. 

WHITE, J. Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt.(T.F.) 1912 

* WHITE, M. Trooper, S. African Horse 1890 

Died May 1916 

WiLDj.A.P. Capt.,YorkshireRegt.;empld.O.C.B. (W.) 1901 
WILDE, C. A. G. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (Kensington 1911 

Bn.) M.C. 
WILKINSON, F.C. 2nd Lieut., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs.; 1906 

Capt. (T.), R.A.F. (Aircraft Production Dept.) (W.) 
WILLIAMS, A. L. Pte., R.A.S.C.; Capt., R. Fusiliers 1911 
WILLIAMS, C. S., V.D. Hon. Colonel, Queen's Own (R.W. 1868 

Kent Regt., T.F.) m. 

WILLIAMS, Rev. F.F.S. Lieut., Eastbourne College O.T.C. 

WILLIAMS, Rev. H. F. F. Junior Chaplain, Indian Army 

WILLIAMS, L. Capt., Welsh Regt. 1913 

^WILSON, D. R. Lieut., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) 1910 

Killed in action near Ypres 30 Oct. 1914 
*WILSON-BARKWORTH,K.A. Cap t.,E. Yorks. Regt. (W2.) 1902 

M.C. 

Killed in action 25 Oct. 1917 

WILTON, J. P. Capt., Spec. List; Bdr., R.G.A. 1902 

WILTON, T. R. Capt., R.E. (Fortress, T.F.) M. 1897 

WINDLEY, Rev. F. M. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1908 
WINGATE, W. M. R. Lieut., R. Fusiliers; Capt., Spec. 1905 

List (Recruiting Staff), m. 



190 JESUS COLLEGE 

WINNICOTT, D. W. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1914 

^WISEMAN, P. H. F. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) ; Lieut., 1906 

Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 

Died 27 Oct. 1917 of wounds received in action 
WISEMAN, Sir W. G. E., Bart. Lieut.-Col., Gen. List. 1904 

C.B. m. 
^WOLRYCHE-WHITMORE, P. M. and Lieut., Lincolnshire 1910 

Yeo. ; Lieut., R.F.A. 

Killed in action i Aug. 1918 
WOOD, C. J. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.); Capt. 1913 

and Adjt., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent Regt.) M.C. 
WOOD, E. W. Capt., S. Staffs. Regt. (W.) M.C. and 1911 

Bar 

WOOD, FRANKLIN G. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1910 

WOOD, F. GORDON. Leading Telegraphist, R.N.V.R. 1907 
WOOD, G. H. A. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Lieut., 1913 

Border Regt.; attd. Wiltshire Regt.; empld. Ministry 

of Munitions. (W 2.) 

WOOD, J. Cadet, R.A.F. 1908 

WOOD, W. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1902 

WOODARD, E. H. J. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt.; 1894 

Capt., Gen. List (R.T.O.) (W.) 
WOODARD, Rev. F. A. Capt., Forest School, Waltham- 1908 

stow, O.T.C. 

WOODROFFE, L. W. Capt., R. Marines; M.L.O. 1913 

WOODS, S. M. J. Lieut., Somerset L.I., R. Warwickshire 1888 

Regt., and Devon Regt.; Capt., Labour Corps 
*WRAY, K. C. G. Capt., S. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.) 1910 

Killed in action 9 Aug. 1916 
^WRENFORD, A. L. Major, Worcestershire Regt.; attd. R. 1900 

Inniskilling Fus.; Lieut.-Col., E. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 

M. 

Killed in action 21 March 1918 
WRIGHT, A. J. Capt. and Adjt., Northamptonshire Regt. 1908 

(T.F.); Brigade Major. D.S.O. M.C. M 3. 
WYLD, E. J. M. Capt., Wiltshire Regt.(T.F.) 1913 

WYLEY, D. H. F. Capt., R.F.A.; Staff Capt. O.B.E. 1906 

M.C. 
WYNN, Rev. H. E. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. M. *i9io 

Italian Croce di Guerra 
WYNNE, H. F. D. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) and 1913 

R.A.M.C. 

*ATES, H. B. Lieut.-Col., Canadian A.M.C. 1883 

Died 22 Jan. 1916 of illness contracted on active service 




KING'S COLLEGE 

ACLAND, T. W. G. Capt., R.E. (London Electrical En- 1909 

gineers, T.F.); empld. Ministry of Munitions 
ADAM, C. G. FORBES. See FORBES ADAM, C. G. 
ADAMS, W. T. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. M.C. 1913 

ADCOCK, F. E. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R., empld. Admiralty. 1905 

O.B.E. 

AGAR, W. E. Capt., Highland L.I. (T.F.) 1900 

AGNEW, G. C. and Lieut., Gen. List (Intelligence) 1901 

^AINGER, T. E. 2nd Lieut., Berkshire Yeo. 1903 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 21 Aug. 1915 
ALEXANDER, R. D. Fit. Cadet, R.A.F. 1917 

ALFORD, E. J. G. Lieut., Spec. List (R.T.O.) 1909 

ALLBOOK, W. Pte., Middlesex Regt. 1915 

ALLEN, H. S. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt., Liverpool 1914 

Scottish, T.F.) (W.) 
AMPS,L.W. Lieut., R.E. ; empld. Ministry of Munitions. 1910 

(W.) M. 
ANNAN, J. G. Capt., R.G.A.; empld. Foreign Office. 1905 

Chevalier, Legion of Honour (France) 
^ARBUTHNOT, M. A. Capt., i6th Lancers; A.D.C.; Staff 1908 

Capt. M.C. Mz. French Croix de Guerre 

Died 14 Oct. 1918 of septic pneumonia 
ARCHER, J. F. Major, King's Own (Yorkshire L.I., T.F. 1900 

Res.) 

ARIS, H. Major, Winchester College O.T.C. m. 1887 

ARMBRUSTER, C. H. Major, Gen. Staff. O.B.E. M 4. 1893 

Order of the Nile, yd Class (Egypt) 
^ARMSTRONG, E. W. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1911 

Died ii July 1915 of wounds received in action lojuly 



192 KING'S COLLEGE 

WASHINGTON, H. S. O. Capt., E. Yorks. Regt. (W.) 1910 

Killed in action near Gambles 31 Jan. 1917 

*BACON, D. F. C. 2nd Lieut., Durham L.I.; attd. North- [1914] 

umberland Fus. 

Died i Nov. 1915 of wounds received in action 2 Oct. 

1915 at the Hohenzollern Redoubt 
BAGENAL, N. B. Lieut., Irish Gds.; empld. Ministry of 1910 

Labour. (W4.) 
BAGGE, Sir A. W. F., Bart. Lieut., Norfolk Regt. (T.F.) ; 1894 

Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) 
BAGSHAWE, H. V. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C.; A.D.M.S. 1893 

C.B.E. D.S.O. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. M 3. Order 

of the Nile, yrd Class (Egypt) 

BAILEY, R. F. 2nd Lieut., Shrewsbury School O.T.C. 1903 
BAINBRIDGE, O. J. Lieut., Sherwood Rangers 1898 

BALL, R. G. Capt., R. Inniskilling Fus. ; Major, M.G.C. 1900 

(W.) 

BALL, W. V. A.B., R.N.V.R. (Anti-Aircraft). O.B.E. 1893 
BANHAM, Rev. V. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 1900 

and Bar 

BANNATYNE, A. G. Capt., R.A.S.C. M.B.E. m. 1904 

BARKER, G. P. Major, Suffolk Yeo. (W.) 1906 

BARKER, R. I. P. Capt., R.A.S.C.(T.F.); Capt. (A.), 1908 

RAF 
BARNARD, F. A. B. Capt., R. Fusiliers ; attd. T.M.B. (W.) 1911 

M. 
BARNES, J. S. 2nd Lieut., R. Horse Gds. ; Major (A. and 1913 

S.), R.A.F. (W.) 

BARRACLOUGH, N. E. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. M.C. 1913 

BARROW, R. M. Cadet, O.C.B. 1912 

BARTHOLOMEW, Rev. G. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1900 

(T.F.) 
BATE, A. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. (2nd E. Gen. Hospital, 1894 

T.F.) 

BATEMAN, R. J. S. Lieut. Essex Regt.(T.F.) 1901 

BATHER, Rev. A. G. Capt., Winchester College O.T.C. 1887 

BAXTER, T. H. 2nd Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1904 

*BAYLEY, C. H. Capt., S. Lanes. Regt. 1899 

Died 7 Aug. 1917 of wounds received in action 
BAYLISS, C. W. Capt., Welsh Regt. (Cyclist Bn., T.F.); 1913 

attd. R.E. (Sound-ranging Section) 

BEALE, E. V. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1912 

BECK, H. M. Lieut., Aldenham School O.T.C. 1887 



KING'S COLLEGE 193 

BEDDINGTON, F. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps [1914] 

BENSON, C. T. V. Major, R.A.M.C. 1901 

BENTHALL, E. C. Capt., Devon Regt. ; empld. War Office. 1912 

(W.) 

BERESFORD, J. B. Lieut., R.A.S.C. M.B.E. 1907 

BERRY, A. 2nd Lieut., Spec. List (Intelligence). O.B.E. 1882 

*BERRY, P. H. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1907 

Drowned 17 March 1916 on the Egyptian coast in the 

attempt to rescue a comrade 
*BERRY, W. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1902 

Died 5 July 1917 of gas poisoning and shell shock 
BEVAN, A. E. Major, M.G.C. (W.) 1911 

*BEVAN, F. H. V. Capt., S. Wales Borderers ; attd. R.F.C. 1913 

Killed in action April 1917 

BEVAN-BROWN, R. E. Sergt., R.A.M.C. M.S.M. 1911 

BEVAN-PETMAN, B. A. Trooper, Punjab Light Horse, In- 1889 

dian Defence Force 

BEVAN-PETMAN, B. H. Lieut., 2ist Cavalry, Indian Army [1914] 
BEVERIDGE,E.W. Lieut., R. Dublin Fus.; attd. R.E.(Sig- [1914] 

nals). M. 
BIRCH, F. L. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. ; empld. Admiralty. 1000 

O.B.E. 

BIRCH, W. C. Sapper, R.E. (Signals) 1904 

BIRD, C. K. Lieut., R.E. 1911 

*BLAIR, P. C. B. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1910 

Killed in action 6 July 1915 
BLAKE, A. G. Capt., Essex Regt.; attd. 79th Punjabis, [1914] 

Indian Army. (W.) 
*BLECH, E. L. 2nd Lieut., E. Surrey Regt. and M.G.C. [1914] 

Killed in action near Guillemont 18 Aug. 1916 
*Buss, F. K. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 2nd ion 

Lieut., R.F.A. 

Killed in action at Thiepval 28 Sept. 1916 
BLUNT, Rev. A. S.V. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. O.B.E. 1889 
BLUNT, D. L. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1909 

BOLTON, P. Lieut., Oundle School O.T.C. 1008 

BOOTH, C. H. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1905 

BOSANQUET, W. S. B. Capt., Coldstream Gds. (W.) ion 

D.S.O. M. 
*BOTTOMLEY, E. W. Capt., London Regt. (R. Fus.) [1014.] 

Ts~'n j _ v * -^ '-* 

Killed in action 15 June 1917 

BOULENGER, C. L. Hon. Lieut., Spec. List 1903 

BOWEN, A. G. W. Fleet-Surgeon, R.N. 1881 

BOWRING, H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1901 

C. U.W.L. 13 



194 KING'S COLLEGE 

BRADBURY, J. F. Major, R.A.S.C.(T.F.) m. 1903 

BRAITHWAITE, J. G. Lieut., R.N.V.R. [1914] 

BRAUNHOLTZ, E. J. K. Pte., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.), 1909 

The Queen's (R. W. Surrey Regt.), and Middlesex 

Regt. 

BREWSTER, G. W. 2nd Lieut., Oundle School O.T.C. 1899 

BRISTED, G. T. Capt., R.E. M, 1913 

*BROOKE,R.C. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. (HoweBn.,R.N.D.) 1906 

Died at Scyros 23 April 1915 of blood-poisoning follow- 
ing sunstroke 
^BROOKE, W. A. C. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (Post Office 1909 

Rifles) 

Killed in action i^June 1915 

BROOKS, C. D. Capt. and Adjt., R.G.A. M. 1905 

BROOKS, D. C. M. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. M.C. A.F.C. 1914 
BROWN, A. C. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1902 

BROWN, G. B. 2nd Lieut., Tank Corps. (W.) 1905 

BROWN, G. M. Capt. and Adjt., Suffolk Regt.; Staff 1910 

Capt. O.B.E. M. m. 

BROWN, W. B. Lieut., Northumberland Fus. (W.) 1912 

BRUNDRIT, J. C. Capt., R. Welsh Fus.(T.F.) 1897 

BRUNDRIT, P. W. Cadet, O.C.B. 1894 

BRUNWIN, A. H. Lieut., King's Own (R. Lancaster [1914] 

Regt.) (W2.) M.C. 

BRYAN, F. Capt., R.A.M.C.; Asst. Embarkation S.O. 1895 
BUCKLE, C. L. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1904 

BUCKLEY, Hon. B. B. Lieut., London Regt. (Rangers, 1909 

T.F. Res.); empld. Admiralty 
^BURGOYNE JOHNSON, L. V. Capt., Durham L.I.(T.F.) 1909 

Killed in action 26 April 1915 

BURKE, H. F. Capt., R.F.A. ; Staff Capt. M.C. 1902 

BURKE, M. L. Lieut., K. Edward's Horse; Capt., Tank 1907 

Corps 

BURR, Rev. A. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

BURTON, A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1889 

BURY, E. B. Lieut., Suffolk Regt.; Staff Lieut. (W.) 1909 
BUSHELL, W. F. Capt., Unattd. List, T.F. ; Lieut., Here- 1903 

fordshire Regt. 
*BusK, E. T. 2nd Lieut., R.E. 1904 

Killed in flying accident 5 Nov. 1914 
*BusK, H. A. Fit. Cdr., R.N.A.S. 1912 

Killed in action over Gallipoli 6 Jan. 1916 
*BYTHWAY, M. H. P.O., R.N.A.S. 1899 

Died 9 Dec. 1915 of wounds received in action 



KING'S COLLEGE 195 

^CAMPBELL, R. C. C. Capt., King's Own Scottish Bor- 1907 

derers 

Died 20 May 1915 of wounds received in action 

CANE, A. S. Major, R.A.M.C.; D.A.D.M.S. (P.) 1903 

D.S.O. O.B.E. M\. 

CANE, L. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1900 

CANE, M. H. Major, R.A.M.C. O.B.E. 1906 

CARLISLE,H.B. Capt., Lanes. Fus.(T.F.) ; Major, M.G.C. 1910 

CARNEGIE, J. D. Lieut., Hampshire Yeo. and Hampshire 1913 

Regt. ; attd. 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons. (W.) 

CARROW, R. B. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) (W.) 1911 



^CARTER, J. S. Capt., Grenadier Gds. 1900 

Killed in action at Hesquieres 27 Sept. 1918 
CARTWRIGHT, J. L. and Lieut., Labour Corps; attd. R. 1915 

Sussex Regt. 

CARVER, N. C. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1895 

CHAMBERS, H. T. Major, R.A.S.C.; D.A.D.S.andT. 1913 

O.B.E. M2. 

CHAMPION, H. H. Capt., Uppingham School O.T.C. 1892 
^CHESTER, H. K. Capt., Essex Regt. 1913 

Died 28 March 1917 of wounds received in action at 

Gaza 

CHITTY, J. W. Capt., Essex Regt.(T.F.) 1913 

*CHUBB, E. G. Capt., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) 1887 

Killed in action at Hill 60 12 July 1915 
^CHUBB, F. J. M. Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 1912 

Killed in action near Ypres 18 April 1915 
CLARK, A. J. Hon. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. M. 1903 

CLARK, Rev. P. N. Capt., Spec. List. *i889 

CLARK, W. M. Lieut., King's Own Scottish Borderers. 1903 

(W.) 
CLARKE, R. S. Capt., Sussex Yeo. ; attd. R. Sussex Regt. ; 191 1 

A.D.C. (W.) 

!<CLAUGHTON, I. D. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. 1909 

v Killed in action 4 March 1916 

CLIFFORD, F. A. Capt., R.E. (W.) 1903 

CLOUT, C. W. Capt., London Regt. (Blackheath and 1913 

Woolwich Bn.); Staff Capt., War Office. (W.) 

M.B.E. M. 
COHEN, A. M. Major, Queen's Own (R. W. Kent Regt., 1895 

T.F.) 
COHEN, Sir H. B., Bart. Major, Queen's Own (R.W. 1892 

Kent Regt., T.F.) ; Embarkation S.O. O.B.E. m. 

132 



196 KING'S COLLEGE 

*COLBECK, L. G. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. M.C. 1903 

Died at sea 3 Jan. 1918 

COLE, G. H. 2nd Lieut., Somerset L.I. 1915 

COLE, Rev. H. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 1894 

COLE, L. B. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1916 

COLLIN, E. P. C. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. i8th Lancers 1909 
COLLINGHAM, D. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1897 

COMEAU, E. A. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1912 

^CoMPTON-BuRNETT, N. 2nd Lieut., Leicestershire Regt. 1907 

Killed in action \\July 1916 

COMYN, H. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1903 

>i*CoNCANON, G. L. B. Capt., Australian Infy. M. 1900 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 25 March 1915 
CONYBEARE, A. E. Capt., Eton College O.T.C. 1894 

*COOKE, A. W. H. Capt., Durham L.I. (W.) M. 1906 

Kitted in action 24 March 1918 
COOKE, C. H. Capt., R. Berkshire Regt. ; Brigade Major. 1902 

M.C. M2. 
COOKE, S. R. Capt., London Regt. (Post Office Rifles); 1911 

G.S.O. 3, War Office. (W.) m 
COPEMAN, C. E. F. Lieut.-Col., Cambridgeshire Regt. *i9o6 

and Northamptonshire Regt.(T.F.) C.M.G. T.D. 

m^. 

CORBETT, G. H. U. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1898 

CORRIE, G. T. A.B., R.N.V.R. (R.N.D.); Lieut., R. 1907 

Warwickshire Regt.; empld. Ministry of Munitions. 

(W.) 
CORYTON, W. A. Lieut., Rifle Brigade; Hon. Lieut. (A.), 1913 

R.A.F. (W.) 
COURTAULD, J. S. Major, Gen. List; D.A.A.G. M.C. 1899 

M 3 . French Croix de Guerre 
COURTAULD, S. L. Capt., Worcestershire Regt.; Major, 1901 

M.G.C. M.C. Mz. 

COWAN, J. M. Colonel, A. M.S. M. 1888 

^COWARD, H. Lieut., Border Regt. 1906 

Died 20 April 1917 of wounds received in action 
CRACE, J. F. Lieut., Eton College O.T.C. 1897 

*CRACROFT, R. B. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. (W.) [1914] 

Killed in action near Mametz Wood 10 July 1916 
^CRAIGMILE, A. M. Capt., Rifle Brigade. (W.) M.C. 1914 

Killed in action 29 March 1918 
^CREASY, R. L. Major, R.F.A. (W 2.) M.C. M. 1911 

Died 22 Oct. 1918 of wounds received in action at 

Cambrai 



KING'S COLLEGE 197 

CREWDSON, B. F. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade; Major, 1905 

Border Regt.; Capt., Irish Gds. (W.) C.B.E. m. 
CREWDSON, R. B. Capt., R.F.A. M 2. 1912 

*CROMPTON, N. G. Lieut., R.E. (W.) M. 1907 

Killed in action near Armentieres 5 Nov. 1915 
^CROWE, H. A. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (R. Fus.) [1914] 

Died 30 May 1915 of wounds received in action 
CUSHION, E. J. Corpl., R.A.M.C. 1905 

DALRYMPLE, C. M. Lieut., University College School 1895 

O.T.C. 
D ALTON, C. H. C. 2nd Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt.; 1914 

Lieut., Manchester Regt. 
DALTON, E. H. J. N. Lieut., R.G.A. Italian Bronze 1906 

Medal for Military Valour 
^BARLEY, D. J. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt. 1914 

Killed in action at La Boisselle i July 1916 
DAVIES, D. Lieut.-Col., R. Welsh Fus.(T.F.) Order of 1899 

St Stanislas, 2,nd Class, with swords (Russia) 
DAVIES, G. F. Capt., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.); 1894 

Major, Spec. List (Asst. Cmdt., Reinforcement Camp) 
DAVIES, R. G. R. Lieut., i6th Lancers; Major, M.G.C. 1909 

(Cavalry). (W.) M.C. M 4. 
DAVIES, T. M. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt.(T.F.); Capt., 1899 

R.G.A. (W.) 

DAVIS, G. F. S. Lieut., R.A.S.C.; attd. R.G.A. (W.) 1905 

DAVIS, K. J. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1902 

^DAWSWELL, G. A. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (St Pancras 1912 

Bn.) 

Killed in action 20 March 1916 
DE HAMEL, H. G. Sergt., London Regt. (London Scot- 1899 

tish). (W.) 
*DEIGHTON, G. W. Capt., Suffolk Regt. M.C. M. 1911 

Chevalier, Legion of Honour (France) 

Killed in action at Ovillers 3 July 1916 
DE LINDE, C. A. Corpl., London Regt. (London Scot- [1914] 

tish); 2nd Lieut., R.E. (W.) 

DEUCHAR, J. L. Lieut., Tank Corps. (W.) 1905 

DEXTER, J. Pte., N. Staffs. Regt. (W.) 1916 

DICKINSON, P. P. Paymaster Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1902 

DILKE, C. W. 2nd Lieut., Surrey Yeo. 1896 

DOBBS, A. F. Major, R.G.A. M. 1895 

DOBSON, E. L. Capt., H.A.C. and R.A.M.C. 1906 

DOGGART, J. H. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1917 



198 KING'S COLLEGE 

DOHERTY, W. D. Capt., R.A.S.C 1912 

DOUGLAS, C. K. M. Lieut., R. Scots ; Capt. (A.), R.A.F. 1912 

(W.) A.F.C. 
*DowsoN, H. Pte., H.A.C.; Capt., King's Royal Rifle 1908 

Corps. M.C. M. 

Killed in action 15 Sept. 1916 

DRINKWATER, J. R. Major, R.F.A. (W.) 1906 

DUNN, Rev. C. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1892 

DURHAM, H.E. Hon. Lieut., R.A.M.C.; Major, Spec. List 1884 
DURNFORD, H. G. E. Capt., R.F.A. (P. Escaped from 1905 

Germany.) M.C. 
^DURNFORD, R. C. Capt., Hampshire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) [1914] 

D.S.O. M. 

Killed in action in Mesopotamia 21 June 1918 
^DURNFORD, R. S. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1904 

Killed in action at Hooge 30 July 1915 
*DuvAL, M. R. Capt., 66me Regt., French Army. French 1887 

Croix de Guerre 

Killed in action 5 May 1916 

DYNE, H. E. L. Lieut., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) 1904 

DYNE, J. B. Cadet, O.C.B. 1894 

*D YSON , W . H . 2nd Lieut ., London Regt . (Queen 's West- 1910 

minster Rifles) 

Died in German hands 14 July 1916 of wounds received 

in action 

EATON, J. E. C. Sergt., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 1892 

2nd Lieut., Spec. List (Intelligence) 
ECKHARD, O. P. Capt., Manchester Regt. ; empld. O.C.B. 1907 

(W.) 

EDE, C. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1905 

EDE, M. C. Lieut., S. Wales Borderers. (W.) 1912 

EDMUNDS, P. M. L. Lieut., i2th Lancers; Capt. (A.), 1912 

R.A.F. (W.) M. 
EDWARDS, C. J. Capt., Northumberland Fus. and Gen. 1905 

Staff (O.C.B.) (W.) M.B.E. m 
*ED WARDS, G. T. Capt., R. Fusiliers 1909 

Killed in action at Delville Wood 31 July 1916 
*EICKE, O. M. Lieut., R.F.A. M.C. 1913 

Killed in action 5 Nov. 1916 
ELLINGTON, N. B. Major, Cheshire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1899 

M.C. M. 

ELLIOTT, C. A. B. Capt., Leicestershire Regt. (W2.) 1913 
ELLIOTT-COOPER, M. Lieut., R.E. 1900 



KING'S COLLEGE 199 

ELLIS, C.D.B. Lieut., R.H.A (T.F.) (W.) M.C. M. 1913 
, K. W. Lieut., 4th (R. Irish) Dragoon Gds. 1906 

Killed in action near Messines 4 Nov. 1914 

, F. H. Pte., King's (Shropshire L.I.) ; 2nd Lieut., [1914] 

Wiltshire Regt. 

Killed in action at Neuve Chapelle 14 March 1915 
EMRYS-EVANS , P. V. Lieut. , Suffolk Regt. ; empld . Foreign 1912 

Office. (W.) 
ENGLISH, B. A. Lieut., Garrison Artillery, Indian Defence 1904 

Force 
ERRERA, A. J. J. H. Lieut., Artillery and Field Survey, 1904 

Belgian Army 

EVANS, C. L. Capt., Dover College O.T.C. 1900 

EVANS, D. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 1908 

i*EvANS, D. L. Capt., Northamptonshire Regt. 1913 

Died 26 Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 
EVANS, E., T.D. Surgeon Lieut.-Col., Welsh Regt.(T.F.) *i88i 
EVANS, G. F. F. Capt., R.E.; Staff Capt., War Office; 1907 

Major, R.A.F.; S.O. 2, Air Ministry. (W.) m. 
EVANS, U. R. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) ; Lieut., 1907 

E. Surrey Regt. ; attd. R.E. (Signals) 

FALK, H. Major, I. M.S. M. Order of the White Eagle, 1897 

$th Class, with swords (Serbia) 
FARNELL, H. L. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. and Gen. List 1907 

(Intelligence). M. 
FAULKNER, A. K. Lieut., Hampshire Regt. and Nigeria 1906 

Regt., W. African Frontier Force 
FAY, C. R. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.); Capt., 1902 

M.G.C. and Spec. List (Asst. Instructor). M. 
FELKIN, A. E. Lieut., Spec. List (Interpreter) 1911 

FEW, J. E. Capt., Suffolk Regt. and Spec. List, empld. 1896 

British Military Mission 

FIDDIAN, C. M. 2nd Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. 1909 

FIDDIAN, W. M. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. 1908 

FILON, L. N. G. Major, London Regt. (R. Fus., T.F. 1898 

Res.) ; Hon. Major (T.), R.A.F. m 2. 

E. L. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (Post Office 1910 

Rifles) and Devon Regt.(T.F.) 

Died 20 March 1916 of wounds received in action in 

Mesopotamia 
*FiRTH, R. B. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (L.R.B.) 1906 

Died 26 Sept. 1917 of wounds received in action near 

Stjulien 21 Sept. 1917 



200 KING'S COLLEGE 

FISHWICK, J. F. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. 1894 

^FITZGERALD, G. T. Capt., Durham L.I. (W.) 1902 

Killed in action near Armentieres 30 Dec. 1915 

FLEMING, G. B. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) (W.) M.B.E. 1900 

m. 

FLITCH, J. E.G. Capt.,R.F.A.;attd.T.M.B. (W.) M.C. 1900 

M. 

FORBES, B. C. Major, I.A.R.O.; Divisional Recruiting 1900 

Officer 

FORBES ADAM, C. G. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 34th Sikh 1908 

Pioneers 

FOSTER, H. P. R. Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I 1905 

FOSTER, R. L. V. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. M. 1893 

FOSTER, V. LE N. Lieut., Eton College O.T.C. 1894 

FOULKES JONES, W. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1901 

Fox, C. L. Major, R.E.(T.F.) M.C. 1903 

FRANKLIN, G. D. Major, I.M.S. O.B.E. M. 1895 

*FRY, A. H. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (Queen's) 1904 

Died 30 Oct. 1916 of wounds received in action 10 Oct. 

1916 

FRY, L. S. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1908 

FRY, T. P. Capt., Durham L.I.(T.F.) (W.) 1910 

FUNDUKLIAN,A.A. Corpl., 22nd Infy., United States Army 1911 

*GALLIMORE, H. B. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1904 

Killed in action 26 May 1917 

GARDNER, A. Paymaster Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1897 

GARDNER, C. Lieut., R.M.A. 1899 

GARDNER, H. Lieut., R.M.A. M. 1911 

GARROD, L. P. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1914 

^GASELEE, A. M. 2nd Lieut., i5th Hussars 1912 

Killed in action near Ypres 24 May 1915 

GEARY, A. B. Capt., Spec. List (Intelligence) 1897 

GELDART, H. R. Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt.; attd. 1914 

Norfolk Regt. (W.) M. 
GEMMELL, A. A. 2nd Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt., 1911 

Liverpool Scottish, T.F.); Capt. and Adjt., Cameron 

Hdrs. (W.) M.C. M. Greek Military Cross 
*GENT, F. E. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. 1912 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 7 Aug. 1915 
^GIBBINS, R. B. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt. 1904 

Killed in action 4 Dec. 1917 
GIBLIN, L. F. Major, 4th (Tasmania) Bn., Australian 1893 

Force. (W3.) D.S.O. M.C. M. 



KING'S COLLEGE 201 

GILES, G.C.T. 2nd Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.); 1910 

Capt., Army Cyclist Corps 

GILL, C. I. C. Capt., Manchester Regt.(T.F.) 1912 

GILLUM, S. J. Trooper, Bombay Light Horse, Indian 1895 

Defence Force 

GOODDEN, C. P. Capt., R. Marines 1899 

GORDON, C. A. Lieut., Grenadier Gds.; Capt., T.M.B. 1904 

(W.) M.C. Belgian Croix de Guerre 
GRANT-IVES, J. C. (formerly GRANT). Capt., Rifle Brigade. 1908 

M. 
GRAY, J. Capt., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt., T.F.) 1909 

M.C. French Croix de Guerre 
GRAY, J. M. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1908 

Derby Regt., T.F.); empld. Recruiting Staff. (W.) 
GREEN, J. R. E. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1903 

GREENWOOD, J. E. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 1910 

Capt., E. Surrey Regt.(T.F.); Lieut., Grenadier Gds. 

(W.) M. 

GRICE, J. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1900 

GRIFFIN, F. W. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1900 

GRIFFITH, H. C. Lieut., R.G.A. 1895 

GRIFFITHS, J., T.D. Colonel, R.A.M.C. (ist E. Gen. Hos- ^1890 

pital,T. F.) C.M.G. mi>. 

GRITTON, H. J. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1899 

^GUTHRIE, R. F. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) 1910 

Killed in action 9 Aug. 1916 

GUTTERIDGE, H. C. Capt., R.A.O.C. M. 1895 

frGuY, C. G. Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. and R.F.C. 1913 

Died in Germany 12 Aug. 1917 of wounds received in 

action 
GWATKIN, Sir W. G., C.B. Major-Gen., Chief of Gen. 1879 

Staff in Canada. K.C.M.G. m. Commander, Legion 

of Honour (France) . Commander , Ordre de la Couronne 

(Belgium). Order of St Sava, 2nd Class (Serbia) 

HADLEY, O. H. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. (W 2.) [1914] 
HADOW, R. H. Capt., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. ; attd. [1914] 

Seaforth Hdrs. (W 2.) M.C. M. 
HAGGARD, A. J. R. Lieut., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey 1908 

Regt.) (W2.) 
HALL, F. G. Lieut., Dorset Regt.; Capt., Spec. List 1907 

(Asst. Base Cmdt.) M. 
*HALL, Rev. W. Chaplain and Instructor, R.N. 1886 

Died ii Nov. 1916 



202 KING'S COLLEGE 

*HALLIDAY, C. W. A. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1904 

Died 17 Nov. 1916 of wounds received in action 8 Nov. 

1917 
HAMILTON, G. C. H. Lieut., Manchester Regt.(T.F.) 1006 

(W.) 
HAMILTON, J. A. DE C. Capt., Hampshire Regt.fT.F.) 1014 

(W.) M.C. 

HAMILTON, J. L. Lieut., R.F.A.; Staff Lieut. M. 1915 

HAMMERSLEY, S. S. Lieut., E. Lanes. Regt. ; Capt., Tank 1912 

Corps. (W.) 
^HAMMOND-CHAMBERS, H. B. B. Capt., King s Own (R. 1905 

Lancaster Regt.) 

Killed in action on the Somme 20 July 1916 
HAPPELL, A. C. Capt., Suffolk Regt. 1911 

HARBORD, V. Capt., R.E. (Fortress, T.F.); empld. Min- 1913 

istry of Munitions. (W.) 
^HARDMAN, F. M. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers J 99 

Killed in action at Neuve Chapelle 29 Oct. 1914 
HARMAN, C. E. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. (W.) (P.) 1913 

HARMER, W. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. (ist London Gen. 1892 

Hospital, T.F.) 

HARPER, F. A. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 1907 

HARRISON, E. P. Lieut., R.F.A. 1903 

HARTLEY, L. B. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1912 

HARTRIDGE, H. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1905 

HASLAM,W.H. Hon. Lieut., R.N.V.R. O.B.E. Cavalier, 1908 

Order of the Crown of Italy 
HAVILAND, W. P. Capt., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. 1899 

(T.F.);G.S.O.3. M.B.E. ni2. 
HAWARD, T. W. Lieut, and Adjt., Inns of Court O.T.C. 1903 

m 2. 

HAWES, E. L. Capt., E. Surrey Regt.(T.F.) 1913 

HAYNES, G. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. (ist E. Gen. Hospital, 1899 

T.F.) 

HEALEY, F. G. 2nd Lieut., R.E. (Signals). (W.) 1911 

HEAP, F. G. Corpl., R.E. (Signals); Lieut., Tank Corps. 1911 

M.C. 
HEARSON, H. F. P. 2nd Lieut., Bombay Light Horse, 1904 

Indian Defence Force 
^HEBBLETHWAITE, A. R. Trooper, i8th Hussars; 2nd 1913 

Lieut., R.F.A. 

Killed in action 3 Oct. 1915 
HEDLEY, E. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. (5th London Gen. 1892 

Hospital, T.F.) M.B.E. 



KING'S COLLEGE 203 

HEDLEY, I. M. Lieut., lyth Lancers. M. 1910 

HEDLEY, J. P. Capt., R.A.M.C. (5th London Gen. Hos- 1895 

pital, T.F.) 

HEDLEY, W. Major, R.G.A. D.S.O. M. 1898 

HEELAS, R. J. Capt., R.G.A. (W.) M. 1902 

HELM, C. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. D.S.O. M.C. M. 1907 
HENDERSON, I. M. Capt., London Regt. (London Scot- 1896 

tish). (W.) (P.) M.B.E. Brevet Major 
HENSLEY, E. H. V. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1910 

^HERBERT, Hon. E. J. B. Capt., Gloucestershire Yeo. ; 1899 
attd. M.G.C. Order of the White Eagle, $th Class 
(Serbia) 

Killed in action 12 Nov. 1917 

HERMAN, A. E. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. O.B.E. 1905 

HERMAN, G. L. Capt., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent Regt.) ; 1905 

Staff Capt. 
HEYCOCK, C. T., V.D. Lieut.-Col., Cambridgeshire Regt. 1877 

(T.F. Res.) m. 
HEYWORTH , E . L . Lieut . , Manchester Regt . ; Lieut . (Ad .) , 1910 

R.A.F. (W.) (P.) 

HIBBERT, J. P. M. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) M.C. 1903 

^HICKMAN, T. Pte., H.A.C.; Lieut., Leinster Regt. (W.) 1907 

Killed in action near Armentieres 26-27 June 1916 
HICKS, R. J. B. Pte., Gloucestershire Regt. 1916 

*HIGSON, F. S. Capt., Welsh Regt. M.C. 1914 

Killed in action 31 Aug. 1917 
HILL, A. V. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt.; empld. *iqi6 

Ministry of Munitions. O.B.E. Brevet Major, m 2. 
HILL, A. W. Hon. Capt., Spec. List (Graves Registration 1894 

Commission), m 2. 
HiNE,T.G.M. Hon. Major, R.A.M.C. C.B.E. O.B.E. 1892 

rm. 
HOARE, C. G. Lieut., Essex Yeo., R. Horse Gds., and 1901 

Gds. M.G. Regt. M.C. 

HOARE, L. G. Capt., Durham L.I.; Staff Capt. M. 1898 

HOBBS, F. D. Lieut., Life Gds.; Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1911 

HODDER,A.E. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) (W.) D.S.O. 1895 

Mz. 
HODGES, A. G. A. Capt., Northamptonshire Regt.(T.F.) ; 1912 

Hon. Capt. (K.B. and Ad.), R.A.F. (W.) 
HOLLAND, F. Capt. and Adjt., King's (Liverpool Regt., 1900 

Liverpool Scottish, T.F.) M.B.E. 

HOLLINS, E. M. Capt., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1901 

HOLLOND, R. C. Capt., Rifle Brigade. (W.) M. 1910 



20 4 KING'S COLLEGE 

^HOLMES, T. S. 2nd Lieut., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey 1912 
Regt.) ; attd. The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 
Killed in action 12 Nov. 1914 
*HOLT, H. W. 2nd Lieut., R.E. 1907 

Killed in action 23 Aug. 1914 

HOMFRAY, S. G. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1906 

HopE-JoHNSTONE, C. J. 2nd Lieut., Gen. List (T.F. Res.) 1903 
HOPE-JONES, W. Lieut., R.G.A. ; attd., R.E. 1903 

*HOPKINSON,B.,F.R.S. Major, Unattd. List, T. F. ; Colonel, *i9i4 
D.A.D., Air Ministry. C.M.G. rm. 
Killed in flying accident 26 Aug. 1918 

HORNE, H. F. Major, R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Section, T.F.) ; 1897 
Lieut.-Col. (Med.), R.A.F. T.D. Brevet Lieut.- 
Colonel. Brevet Major 
*HORNUNG, A. O. 2nd Lieut., Essex Regt. I^QH] 

Killed in action at Ypres 6 July 1915 

*HORSFALL, C. F. Capt., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1908 
Regt.) (W.) 

Killed in action 18 Sept. 1916 
^HORSFALL, R. E. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) (W.) 1912 

Killed in action at La Vacquerie 20 Nov. 1917 
^HOWARD, A. J. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. 1911 

Killed in action 4 Sept. 1916 
HOWARTH, W. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. (2nd London Gen. 1897 

Hospital, T.F.) 

HOWELL, G. F. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 1908 

HOWSON, H. E. E. Lieut., Shrewsbury School O.T.C. 1907 

and Eton College O.T.C. 

HUNTINGTON, Sir C. P., Bart. Lieut., R. Irish Regt. (W.) 1907 
HURST, G. H. J. Capt., R.G.A. ; Major, Gen. Staff 1890 

INFELD, H. Capt., London Regt. (Rangers) ; Major, Spec. 1912 

List (cmdg. Spec. Coy., R.E.) (W 2.) M.C. 
INGLE, L. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1909 

INGLIS, A. E. J. Lieut., Army Printing and Stationery 1906 

Services 
INGLIS, C. E. Major, R.E.; Staff Capt., War Office. 1894 

O.B.E. Brevet Major, m. 
INGLIS, G. S. Lieut., Connaught Rangers and R.F.C.; 1913 

Staff Lieut. M.C. 
INGRAM, E. M. B. Capt., Spec. List; G.S.O. 3, War 1909 

Office. O.B.E. m. Order of the White Eagle, $th 

Class (Serbia) 
INSKIP, J. H. Lieut. (K.B.), R.A.F. 1898 



KING'S COLLEGE 205 

^IRVING, A. G. 2nd Lieut., R.E. and R.F.C. 1908 

Killed in flying accident 15 March 1915 

JAFFE, A. D. Capt., London Regt. (London Irish Rifles) 1899 
JARDINE,J.W. Major (K.B.), R.A.F. (W.) M. 1899 

JEBB, R. D. Capt., R. Sussex Regt.(T.F.) M.C. M. 1903 
JENKIN, C. O. F. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt. ; Lieut., Gen. 1909 

List, empld. Ministry of Munitions. (W.) 
* JENKINS, E. E. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt.; attd. 1906 

Lanes. Fus.(T.F.) (W2.) M.C. 

Killed in action 25 March 1918 

JOHN, J. C. Capt., I.M.S. O.B.E. M. 1905 

JOHNSON, C. Capt., Cheshire Regt. (T.F.); empld. Min- 1911 

istry of Munitions. (W.) M.B.E. Brevet Major, m^. 
JOHNSON, E.H. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W 2 .) M.C. M. 1911 
JOHNSON, G. F. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) M2. 1913 

JOHNSON, G. G. F. Capt., Essex Regt. and King's African 1909 

Rifles 
^JOHNSON, R. L. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) 1908 

Killed in action 28 May 1917 
JOHNSTON, F. B. Pte., King's (Liverpool Regt., Liver- 1912 

fool Scottish, T.F.); Capt., Northumberland Fus. 
T.F.); attd. Highland L.I. 
JOHNSTONS, G. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Service, 1905 

T.F.) M.C. M. 

JONES, A. P. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt., T.F.) 1910 

*JONES, A. V. Pte., H.A.C. 1906 

Killed in action 25 Nov. 1914 

JONES, C. E. M. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) (P.) 1900 

fcJoNES, R. A. Major, R. Warwickshire Regt. 1901 

Killed in action 21 May 1916 
JONES, R. L. A.B., R.N.V.R. (Anti-Aircraft); Lieut., 1896 

R.G.A. 

JOSEPH, H. H. Capt., Durham L.I.(T.F.) (P.) 1903 

JOYCE, J.L. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) Brevet Major, m. 1901 

KARPELES, A. R. Lieut., Gen. List (T.M.B.) (W.) [1914] 
KEDDIE, C. M. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 36th Sikhs and 1909 

82nd Punjabis 
*KEELE, C. A. Capt., Rifle Brigade 1913 

Killed in action in the Ypres Salient 12 July 1916 
KEMPSEY, F. Lieut., R.G.A. 1910 

- WELCH, M. 2nd Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. 1899 

Killed in action n April 1917 



206 KING'S COLLEGE 

KENDALL, E. A. Capt., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) 1006 

(W2.) M.C. M. 

KENNEDY, J. S. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1906 

KING, H. H. Capt., London Regt. (Post Office Rifles); 1908 

attd. R.E. (Signals, T.F.) (W.) 
KINGHORN, E. C. Lieut., Border Regt. ; attd. Oxford and 1910 

Bucks. L.I. ; Lieut. (O.), R.A.F. (W 2.) 
KiRKj.W.C. Lieut.-Col.,D. of Cornwall's L.I. D.S.O. 1896 



KNOX, A. D. Lieut., R.N.V.R., empld. Admiralty 1903 

LACEY, A. T. Major, M.G.C. (W.) A/2. 1911 

LAMBART, J. H. L. Capt., R.F.A.; A.D.C.; Staff Capt. 1912 

(W.) M2. French Croix de Guerre 
LANCE, H. W. Lieut., Norfolk Yeo.; Capt., R.A.M.C. 1889 

M. 
LANCHESTER, W. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Service, 1893 

T.F.) 

LANGDON, Rev. A. G. C,F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1887 

LAPAGE, F. C. 'Capt., R.A.M.C. 1907 

^LARKING, R. G. Capt., R.E. (Signals). M.C. and Bar 1910 

Accidentally killed on active service i April 1918 
LARKWORTHY, F. G. C. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. [ I 9 I 4\ 

LAYARD, A. H. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt.; attd. E. Surrey 1913 

Regt. 

LAZARUS, G. M. Lieut., R.G.A. 1900 

LEE, E. O. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 34th Sikh Pioneers 1910 

*LEGG, H. G. Pte., H.A.C.; Lieut., Durham L.I. (W2.) 1900 

Killed in action on the Somme 25 March 1918 
^LEGGATT, L. C. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade and Cold- 1913 

stream Gds. 

Killed in action at Pilkam Ridge 31 July 1917 
LEWIN, E. O. Lieut.-Col., R.FA.; G.S.O. i. C.B. 1897 

C.M.G. D.S.O. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. M 6. 

Chevalier, Legion of Honour (France). French Croix 

de Guerre. Commander, Military Order of Avis 

(Portugal) 
LEWIS, A. D. Capt., R.E. ; Major, D.A.D. Inland Water 1902 

Transport 
LIAS, A. G. Capt., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding Regt.) 1907 

and Gen. List, empld. R.M.C., Sandhurst 
LING, G. A. Capt., Suffolk Regt. (W.) 1898 

LIVESEY, T. R. M. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. Cavalry 1910 

LLOYD, J. R. Lieut., R.A.F. 1912 



KING'S COLLEGE 207 

LOB, H. Lieut., E. Lanes. Regt. and R.E. (Field Survey 1905 

Bn.) 
LOCH, D. H. Capt., Spec. List. Order of the Redeemer, 1902 

^th Class (Greece). Order of St Sava, $th Class 

(Serbia) 
*LONGWORTH, E. C. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.); Capt., 1908 

Lanes. Fus. 

Killed in action at Thiep-val 26 Sept. 1916 

, W. Capt., Scottish Horse. M. 1885 

Died 24 Oct. 1915 of wounds received in action in 

Gallipoli 

, G. A. Lce.-CorpL, R. Fusiliers 1912 

Killed in action 17 Feb. 1917 

LUPTON, Rev. J. M. Capt., Marlborough College O.T.C. 1886 
LYON, Rev. W. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1905 

MCARTHUR, A. G. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1912 

^MCDONNELL, J. Major, D.A.Q.M.G. ; Lieut.-Col., Lein- 1897 

ster Regt. 

Killed in action 29 Sept. 1918 
^McDouGALL, S. Lieut., Manchester Regt.(T.F.) 1895 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 7 Aug. 1915 
^MACHELL, H. G. 2nd Lieut., Border Regt. 1906 

Died 12 June 1918 of wounds received in action 
MclNTYRE, J. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 1899 

MACKAY, R. F. B. Capt., Essex Regt.(T.F.) m. 1910 

MACKENZIE, C. M. Lieut.-Col., London Regt. D.S.O. 1895 

O.B.E. M. m. 

MACKESON, G. P. Lieut., London Regt. (R. Fus.) 1911 

McLEAN, C. F. Surgeon Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1914 

MACMILLAN, W. E. F. Capt., Cameronians (Scottish 1899 

Rifles, T.F. Res.) and Gen. Staff 
MACMORRAN, K. M. Lieut., E. Surrey Regt. (T.F.) ; attd. 1902 

R. Sussex Regt.; Capt., Spec. List (Judge-Advocate- 
General). M. 
^MADDRELL, J. D. H. Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. 1914 

Died 13 Dec. 1916 of wounds received in action 22 Nov. 

1916 
MAHAFFY, R. P. Capt., Devon Regt. and Gen. List, 1890 

empld. Egyptian Army. (W.) 

MALDEN, Rev. R. H. Chaplain, R.N. 1898 

MANSELL-MOULLIN, O. Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. (P.) 1906 

MARETT TIMS, H. W. See TIMS, H. W. MARETT 
MARSDEN,A.T. Major, Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. M.C. M. 1913 



208 KING'S COLLEGE 

MARSEILLE, R. K. G. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.; 1913 

empld. Ministry of Pensions. (W.) (P.) 
*MARSH, F. HOWARD. Hon. Colonel, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) *i903 



Died 24 June 1915 
MARSHALL, H.G. Li< 



,ieut., Border Regt.(T.F.) ; Staff Capt., 1902 

Indian Army 
MARTIN, O.L. Capt., York and Lancaster Regt.; 1911 

G.S.O-3. (W2.) m. French Croix de Guerre 
MARTIN, R. E. Lieut.-Col., Leicestershire Regt.(T.F.) 1893 

(W2.) C.M.G. M. 
^MARTIN, S. S. Corpl., Middlesex Regt. 1912 

Killed in action 13 Aug. 1917 

MASON, F. L. L. Lieut., Rifle Brigade ; empld. War Office 1907 
MASSEY, B. W. A. Lieut., R.F.A.; Interpreter. (W.) 1903 
MASSON, K. Surgeon Prob., R.N.V.R. ; Capt., R.A.M.C. 1909 
MATHIAS, H. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1906 

MAWE, E. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1908 

MAWE, Rev. M. D. Major, R.F.A. and R.G.A. 1905 

MAYOR, H. B. Capt., Clifton College O.T.C. 1890 

MEISTER, G. C. Lieut., Sedbergh School O.T.C. 1895 

MEISTER, G. E. W. Pte., R. Fusiliers ; Lieut., R. Defence 1890 

Corps 

MERCER, J.L.C. Capt.,The Queen's (R. W. Surrey Regt.) 1909 
MEREDITH, H. O. Lieut., Belfast Univ. O.T.C.; empld. 1897 

Ministry of Munitions 
MILNE HOME, C, A. Lieut., King's Own Scottish Bor- 1909 

derers. (W.) 

MILNER, G. Capt., R.E.; empld. Egyptian Army 1912 

MILNER-WHITE, Rev. E. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. 1903 

D.S.O. M. 
MOBERLY, A. H. Capt., London Regt. (Surrey Rifles) and 1903 

Gen. Staff (O.C.B.) (W.) m. 
Mom, K. M. Lieut., E. Surrey Regt.(T.F.); Capt. and [1914] 

Adjt., M.G.C. M.C. M. 
*MOND, F. L. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.); Staff Lieut.; Lieut. 1912 

(A.), R.A.F. 

Killed in action at Bouzencourt 15 May 1918 
MONRO, K. N. Major, R.E. 1897 

*MOORE, M. E. J. Lieut., R. Irish Rifles. (W 2.) M.C. 1913 

Died in German hands 27 March 1918 of wounds received 

in action 24 March 1918 

MOORSOM, J. Lieut., Life Gds. and Gds. M.G. Regt. 1899 
MOORSOM, R. S. Capt., Westmorland and Cumberland 1911 

Yeo.; attd. Border Regt. (W.) 



KING'S COLLEGE 209 

MORRISON, Rev. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1894 

MORSE, F. A. V. Capt., R.E. (London Electrical Engin- 1897 

eers, T.F.) 
MORSE, L. G. E. Capt., R.E. (London Electrical Engin- 1904 

eers, T.F.) M.B.E. 
1 MORTON, H. S. Capt., R.A.S.C. ; Major, D.A.D. Quar- *i9i5 

tering, War Office. O.B.E. 
MORTON, J. A. F. Capt., Northamptonshire Regt. ; empld. 1912 

Ministry of Labour 

MOULTON, H. F. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1895 

KMouLTON, W. R. O. 2nd Lieut., Manchester Regt. 1910 

Killed in action 5 Aug. 1916 

MOWLL, Rev. H. W. K. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

MozLEY,B.C. Capt., Dorset Regt.; empld. O.C.B. (W2.) 1912 

D.S.O. M. 

MOZLEY,J. H. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) 1906 

MUDIE, R. F. Capt., I.A.R.O.; Asst. Instructor, School 1908 

of Musketry. O.B.E. 
MUMMERY, R. T. Lieut., R.G.A. 1914 

*NANCARROW, J. V. Capt., Yorkshire Regt.(T.F.) 1903 

Killed in action near Ypres 25 April 1915 
NAPIER, L. P. Lieut., Canadian Hdrs.; Capt., Canadian 1909 

F.A.; Staff Capt. M.C. 
NATHAN, E. J. Capt., Spec. List (Directorate of Railways 1907 

and Roads, War Office). O.B.E. m. 
NAUMANN, J.H. Capt., Rifle Brigade and Nigeria Regt., 1912 

W. African Frontier Force ; Staff Capt. (W.) 
NEAL, A. W. Lieut., R.F.A. M.C. 1912 

NEAL, J. Major, R.G.A. M.C. 1907 

*NEWBERRY,J.D. Fit. Cdr., R.N.A.S. French Croix de 1913 

Guerre 

Killed in flying accident 28 Sept. 1917 

NEWTON, H.W.G. 2nd Lieut., Somerset L.I. (W.) (P.) 1902 
NOBLE, H. B. Capt., Northumberland Yeo.; G.S.O. 3. 1911 

M.C. M 2. Chevalier, Order of Leopold (Belgium). 

Belgian Croix de Guerre 
NORTON, R. H. Lieut., Coldstream Gds. 1896 

OATFIELD, W. J. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.,T.F.) 1910 

(W2.) 

frO'CALLAGHAN, T. F. 2nd Lieut., Leicestershire Regt. 1913 
(T.F.) 
Killed in action 13 Oct. 1915 

1 Died of influenza shortly after demobilisation. 
C.U.W.L. 14 



210 KING'S COLLEGE 

OGILVIE, H. Lieut., R.E. (W.) 1900 

OGILVY, L. W. Trooper, Calcutta Light Horse, Indian 1896 

Defence Force 

>^ORD, O. R. Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1914 

Killed in action at Lesbceufs 16 Sept. 1916 

OSMASTON, D. F. Capt., R.E. M. 1911 

*PAGE, R. B. Colonel, Lanes. Fus. 1877 

Died ii Nov. 1914 of injuries accidentally received on 
active service 
PARKER SMITH, A. C. H. Capt., Argyll and Sutherland 1902 

Hdrs. 

^PARKER SMITH, W. B. Lieut., Scottish Horse 1904 

Died ii Sept. 1915 of wounds received in action in 
Gallipoli 2 Sept. 1915 
PARTRIDGE, H. W. Lie~ut., Gresham's School, Holt, 1906 

O.T.C. 

PASS, A. D. Capt., Dorset Yeo. (W.) (P.) 1904 

^PATERSON, I. R. 2nd Lieut., Cameron Hdrs. 1916 

Killed in action 12 Oct. 1917 

PEACEY, H. M. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. 1899 

PEARSALL, R. H. Capt. and Adjt., R.E.(T.F.) M. 1902 

PERRIN, M. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. M.C. 1908 

PILKINGTON,L. E. Lieut.-Col., S. Lanes. Regt.(T.F. Res.) 1892 

C.M.G. M. mz. 
^PILTER, C. Lieut., 1 8th Hussars. (W.) 1906 

Died 30 May 1915 of wounds received in action 
*PLAYFAIR, P. L. Capt., Black Watch(T.F.) (W.) 1912 

Died ii April 1918 of wounds received in action at 
Lestrem 

PLOWDEN-WARDLAW, Rev. J. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1892 
^POCHIN, A. C. 2nd Lieut., Essex Regt. (W.) 1914 

Killed in action 26 Sept. 1916 

POCOCK, S. E. Major, R.A.S.C. O.B.E. m. 1904 

^POLACK, B. J. Pte., R. Fusiliers; 2nd Lieut., Worcester- 1909 
shire Regt. M. 
Killed in action 9 April 1916 

POLLAK, L. A. Capt., London Regt. (St Pancras Bn.); 1908 
Major, M.G.C. (W 2.) M.C. and Bar. M. French 
Croix de Guerre 
POPHAM, A. E. Capt. (S.), R.A.F. M. French Croix de 1908 

Guerre 

^POWELL, K. Pte., H.A.C. 1904 

Killed in action 18 Feb. 1915 



KING'S COLLEGE 211 



^POWELL, P. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 

Killed in action at Ypres 2 Aug. 1915 
PRETTY, K. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1902 

PRIOR,H.C. Lieut., I.A.R.O.,attd.ist Gurkha Rifles. M. 1909 
PUCKLE, F. H. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. N. Waziristan Mil- 1908 

itia 
PURVES, C. L. Capt., E. Lanes. Regt 1909 

QUIRK, Rev. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1901 

RAIMES,A.L. Major, Durham L.I. (T.F.) (W3.) D.S.O. 1904 

M2. 

RAND, H. M. Capt., R.E. (Signals, T.F.) M. 1911 

RANSFORD, F. B. Capt., London Regt. (Cyclist Bn.) I 94 

RAWLINS, A. Lieut., cth (R. Irish) Lancers ; Lieut. (Ad.), 1908 

R.A.F. (W.) 

RAYMOND, E. L. Lieut., Rossall School O.T.C. 1911 

READING, E. W. Capt., N. Staffs. Regt. ; D.A.A.G. M. 1911 

RECKITT, A. Capt., E. Yorks. Regt.; Capt. and Adjt., 1892 

Durham L.I. m. 

REDDEN, F. A. C. 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. 1887 

REECE, R. H. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1913 

REED, Rev. L. G. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D.; D.A.C.G. 1902 

M.C. 

REES, J. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. Chevalier, Ordre de la 1908 

Couronne (Belgium) 

REID, K. G. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1899 
REINERT, E. L. See RAYMOND, E. L. 

RENWICK, J. E. Lieut., Cheshire Regt. 1904 

*RENWICK, T. B. Lieut., Rifle Brigade; attd. Middlesex 1912 

Regt. 

Killed in action 29 April 1915 

REVILLON, J.W. 2nd Lieut., R.E. O.B.E. M. 1905 

RHODES, H. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1910 

*RICARD, F. 2nd Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. 1906 

Killed in action near Ypres 25 April 1915 

RICE, Rev. C. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. #1905 

RICHARDSON, P. W., V.D. Bt. Lieut.-Col.,T.F.Res. ; Chief 1883 

Instructor, School of Musketry. O.B.E. m, 

RICHMOND, O. L. 2nd Lieut., London Regt.; Capt., 1900 

Spec. List. m. Cavalier > Order of the Crown of Italy 

*RICKEARD, C. W. Lieut., London Regt. (St Pancras Bn.) 1913 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

RiCKETT,G.R. Lieut.-Col.,R.A.M.C.(T.F.) O.B.E. M$. 1896 

142 



212 KING'S COLLEGE 

RIDDIOUGH, S. Lieut., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1910 

RIGGALL, H. B. Capt., Lincolnshire Regt.(T.F.) (W 2.) 1913 

RIPMAN, C. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1898 

RITCHIE, S. E. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. 1914 

^ROBERTS, C. H. Pte., R. Fusiliers 1915 

Killed in action at Thiepval Sept. 1916 

ROBERTSON SMITH, N. M. Capt., Cameronians (Scottish 1905 

Rifles, T.F.) 

ROBINSON, R. H. O. B. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1914 
^ROLLESTON, F. L. Lieut., London Regt. (R. Fus.) [1914] 

Killed in action at Armentieres 26 April 1915 

ROOTH, A. V. Capt., I.A.R.O. (W.) M.C. M 2. 1905 

*RoscoE, A. 2nd Lieut., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt.) 1909 

M.C. 

Died 5 Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 

RosE,G.K. Major, Oxford and Bucks. L.I. (W.) M.C. 1908 

and Bar. M 2. 

Ross, C. M. Cadet, O.C.B. 1906 

ROWLATT, A. Capt., D. of Cornwall's L.I. 1912 

^ROWNTREE, L. E. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1913 

Killed in action 25 Nov. 1917 

ROWNTREE, M. 2nd Lieut., R.E. 1908 

RUBENS, H. V. Pte., R. Fusiliers 1897 

RUMSEY , Rev . H . ST J . 2nd Lieut . , Epsom College O .T .C . 1906 

RUSSELL, G.G. Lieut.-Col., K. Edward's Horse. D.S.O. 1900 

M3. 

RUSSELL, P. D. Lieut., N. Zealand M.G.C. 1901 

RUSSELL, S. C. Lieut., Cameron Hdrs. (W 2.) 1913 

SAINSBURY, W. T. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Capt. 1911 

and Adjt., W. Yorks. Regt. (W.) M.C. and Bar 
SAMBROOK, H. F. Major, R.E. (Postal Section) 1905 

SAXTON, W. I. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1911 

fcScHOLES, W. P. 2nd Lieut., Leicestershire Regt.(T.F.) 1913 

Killed in action 13 Oct. 1915 
SCHOLFIELD, A. F. Pte., Calcutta Port Defence, attd. 1903 

Sappers and Miners, Indian Army 
SCHWANN, H. See SWANN, H. 

SCOTT, W. M. Major, R.E.(T.F.) 1905 

^SCRUTTON, H. U. Corpl., R.E. (Signals); Capt., North- 1913 

umberland Fus. (W.) M.C. M $. 

Died in a Bulgarian hospital 10 Sept. 1916 of wounds 

received in action on the Struma 

1 Killed in flying accident after the armistice. 



KING'S COLLEGE 213 

SCRUTTON, Rev. T. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1906 
SECONDE, E. C. Capt., i6th Rajputs, Indian Army 1902 

SEDDON, A. E. Capt., Suffolk Regt. (W.) 1910 

SELWYN, Rev. E. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1904 

^SEYRIG, J. R. Pte., ire Regt. Etranger, French Army 1913 

Killed in action in the Champagne 25 Sept. 1915 
SHAND, P. M. Gnr., R.F.A. 1906 

SHARPE, W. H. S. Capt. (K.B.), R.A.F. 1903 

SHAW, E. A. Surgeon Cdr., R.N. O.B.E. 1886 

SHAW, G. R. D. 2nd Lieut., E. Riding of Yorkshire Yeo. ; [1914] 

attd. Essex Regt.(T.F.) 
^SHINGLETON-SMITH, F. Capt., I.M.S. 1898 

Killed in action at Ctesiphon 22-24 Nov. 1915 
SIMEY, A. I. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1892 

*SIMON, H. H. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) 1899 

Died 8 Sept. 1917 of wounds received in action i Sept. 
1917 

SIMPKINSON, F. V. Capt., R.E. (W2.) 1907 

SINCLAIR, G. W. Lieut., Manchester Regt.(T.F.) ; empld. 1908 

Ministry of Labour 
SMART, F.W.B. Major, Charterhouse School O.T.C. 1892 

T.D. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel, m. 
^SMITH, A. F. Corpl., Suffolk Regt. and R. Irish Rifles 1915 

Missing, presumed killed in action, 16-17 Aug. 1916 
SMITH, C. E. G. Capt., Army Cyclist Corps and M.G.C. 1914 
SMITH, E. F. Lieut., E. Lanes. Regt.; empld. Command 1909 

Depot. (W.) 
SMITH, E.M. Capt., R.E. M.C. Mz. Military Order 1909 

of Avis, ^rd Class (Portugal) 
SMITH, F. B. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M.C. Chevalier, 1906 

Military Order of Avis (Portugal) 
SMITH, W.W. Lieut., R.A.S.C. and R.E. (Sound-ranging 1911 

Section) 

*SNELL, F. S. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.); 2nd Lieut., 1906 
R. Berkshire Regt. 
Killed in action n July 1916 
SOMERVELL, A. C. Major, R.A.S.C. ; D. A. D. Supplies. 1902 

O.B.E. M 2 . 

SOMERVELL, L. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1906 

fcSoMERViLLE, M. A. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade ; attd. Lon- 1917 
don Regt. 

Died 21 Sept. 1918 of wounds received in action at Wadi 
Kanah 
SOUTHERN, N. Major, R.F.A. (W.) (P.) M.C. 1903 



214 KING'S COLLEGE 

^SPENCER, J. M. J. Gnr., R.F.A.(T.F.); Lieut., North- [1914] 

umberland Fus.; attd. R.F.C. 

Killed in action 3 Nov. 1916 
SPENS, H. B. Lieut.-Col., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles, 1904 

T.F.) (W.) D.S.O.andBar. Brevet Major. M 4. 

French Croix de Guerre 
SPIELMAN, C. M. Major, R.E. M.C. Brevet Major. 1907 

French Medaille tfHonneur 
STACKARD,S.F.C. Corpl., R.E. (Signals) ; Capt.,R.A.S.C. 1911 

M. 

STANLEY, E. S. Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 1910 

STEAD, J. Lieut., R.E. 1903 

STEPHEN, A. M. Major, R.G.A. (P.) M.C. M 1911 

^STEPHEN, J. H. F. Lieut., Highland L.I. (W.) 1913 

Killed in action in Mesopotamia n Jan. 1917 
STOCKS, P. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 
STOCKWELL, G. E. ST C. Major, W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) 

and R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M. 

STOKES, E. F. Capt., Northamptonshire Regt. (W.) 1911 

*STONE, A. Lieut.-Col., Lanes. Fus. D.S.O. M. 1896 

Killed in action 2 Oct. 1918 
*STONE, H. B. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) 1909 

Killed in action 18 Feb. 1915 

STORKS, B. ST J. Lieut., R.F.A. 1903 

STREATFEILD, H. G. C. Capt., Hampshire Regt.(T.F.) [1914] 

STREETEN, Rev. E. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1901 

*STROUD, H. C. Capt., R.E.(T.F.); attd. R.F.C. (W.) 1913 

Killed 7 March igiSin defence of London during an air 

raid 
STURDY, A. E. Lieut., i9th Hussars; Capt., Leicester- 1913 

shire Regt. ; G.S.0. 3. (W.) M.B.E. M. Order of 

St Stanislas, 2nd Class (Russia). Order of St Anne, 

yrd Class (Russia) 
^SWAINSON, J. L. Lieut.-Col., D. of Cornwall's L.I. and 1896 

King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) (W.) D.S.O. 

M2. 

Died 9 Aug. 1916 of wounds received in action 8 Aug. 

1916 

SWANN, H. Major, K. Edward's Horse 1904 

SWIFT, C. T. Capt., Grenadier Gds. (W.) m 2. 1905 

^SYMINGTON, P. G. Lieut., Highland L.I. [ I 9 I 4\ 

Killed in action i July 1916 
SYMONDS, W. P. Cadet, O.C.B. 1918 



KING'S COLLEGE 215 

TAiT,G.B. Capt.,MiddlesexRegt.(T.F.);Major,M.G.C. 1911 

(W.) M 3 . 
TAYLOR, A. J. Major, R.A.S.C.;D.A.D.S.andT. O.B.E. 1912 

M 2. Officer, Ordre de TEtoile Noire (France) 
TAYLOR, E. S. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) O.B.E. M^. 1907 

French Medaille des Epidemics 
^TEBBUTT, R. J. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt. ; attd. Essex 1912 

Regt. (W2.) 

Killed in action 23 Aug. 1918 
TEMPERLEY, H. W. V. Capt., Fife and Forfar Yeo. ; Major, 1898 

G.S.O. 2; Asst. Military Attache, Belgrade. O.B.E. 

m 2. Officer, Order of the Crown of Roumania, with 

swords. Order of the White Eagle, $th Class, with 

swords (Serbia) 
^THOMAS, H. W. Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1909 

Killed in action 3 Sept. 1916 

THOMPSON, B. W. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1911 

THOMPSON, H. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1908 

THOMPSON, J. Lieut., R.E. M. 1913 

^THOMPSON, W. F. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1906 

Died i Jan. 1916 of wounds received in action 
THORNHILL, N. Lieut., Grenadier Gds. (W.) M.C. 1901 
*THORP, R. O. V. Lce.-Corpl., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); 1897 

Lieut., Northumberland Fus.; attd. T.M.B. (W 2.) 

M.C. 

Killed in action 22 March 1918 
*TILLEY, J. Capt., Norfolk Regt. (W.) [1914] 

Killed in action near Arras 28 Nov. 1916 
TIMS, H. W. MARETT. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. O.B.E. 1899 

m. Order of St Sava, ^rd Class (Czecho- Slovakia) 
^TIPPET, A. A. 2nd Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) [1914] 

Died 19 Aug. 1915 of wounds received in action 
TODD, L. Major, Eton College O.T.C. 1894 

TOMKINSON, G. S. Capt., Worcestershire Regt.; Lieut.- 1902 

Col., R.E.;C.R.E. (W2.) O.B.E. M.C. M. 
TRAPNELL, F. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1898 

TROTTER, J. M. Y. Lieut., E. African Force ; Capt., Spec. 1907 

List (O.C.B.) 

TROWER, G. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1909 

TRUSCOTT, R. F. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1899 

and Derby Regt.) and Gen. List; Staff Capt. O.B.E. 

M2. 

TUCK, D. A. Capt., French Flying Corps; Capt. (A.), 1907 
R.A.F. (W.) French Croix de Guerre 



2i6 KING'S COLLEGE 

TUCK, G. L. J. Lieut.-Col., Suffolk Regt.(T.F.) (W 2.) 1909 

C.M.G. D.S.O.andBar. M 4. Chevalier, Legion of 

Honour (France) 
TUDSBERY, F. C. T. Lieut., Middlesex Regt.; Major, 1906 

D.A.D. Lands, War Office. C.B.E. O.B.E. m$. 
^TURNBULL, W. E. Lieut., R. Scots 1907 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 28 April 1915 

TURNER, J.R. Capt., Rangoon Bn., Indian Defence Force 1901 
TURNER, L. B. Capt., Spec. List. m. 1904 

TVER, A. A. Capt. and Adjt., R.F.A. M.V.O. MT>. 1906 

VACHELL, E. T. Capt., R.E. (R. Monmouth). M. 1912 

VANGRUTTEN,W.N.C. Capt., R.F. A. ; Staff Capt. O.B.E. 1914 

M.C. M 5. French Croix de Guerre 
VuLLiAMY,E.O. Capt., Cambridge Univ. O.T.C.;empld. 1895 

O.C.B.; Lieut., Spec. List (Intelligence) 

WALEY, F. R. Capt., S. Lanes. Regt. M.C. 1912 

* WALKER, B. S. 2nd Lieut., Cheshire Regt. 1908 

Killed in action 10 May 1915 

WALKER, E. A. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1914 

WALKER, Rev. H. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1899 

WALKER, H. R. Capt., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) 1912 

(W.) 

WALKER, J. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1914 

^WALKER, T. C. 2nd Lieut., Manchester Regt.(T.F.) [1914] 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 5 June 1915 
^WALLACE, W. M. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade ; attd. R.F.C. 1912 

Killed in action 30 Aug. 1915 

WALLER, J. C. 2nd Lieut., E. Surrey Regt, 1910 

WALLICE, P. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1908 

WALLS, F. R. Capt., R.E. (W.) M.C. M. Chevalier, 1910 

Ordre de la Couronne (Belgium) . Belgian Croix de Guerre 
WALTON, J. H. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. yth Gurkha Rifles 1909 
FWARRE- CORNISH, G. W. Major, Somerset L.I. 1894 

Killed in action at Flers 16 Sept. 1916 
WARRE-CORNISH,W.H. Lieut., N. Somerset Yeo. ;empld. 1892 

War Office 
^WATKINS, I. E. M. Capt., Monmouthshire Regt. 1908 

Killed in action near Ypres 7 May 1915 

WATSON, A. P. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) O.B.E. M. 1898 
*WATSON, C. C. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) M. 1908 

Died i June 1917 of wounds received in action near Lens 
31 May 1917 



KING'S COLLEGE 217 

WATSON,F.W. Capt.andAdjt.,R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) M.C. 1911 

and Bar 
^WATSON, G. C. Capt., Devon Regt. 1906 

Killed in action in Mesopotamia 8 March 1916 
^WATSON, R. W. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1912 

Killed in action at Hooge 30 July 1915 

WAYLEN, G. H. H. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M.C. M. 1899 

WEBSTER, C. K. Capt., Spec. List; G.S.O. 3, War Office 1904 

*WEINBERG, P. D. Lieut., Black Watch (T.F.) [1914] 

Killed in action 9 May 1915 
*WELCH,J.S.L. Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) M. [1914] 

Killed in action on the Somme i July 1916 
WENHAM, R. A. Capt., R.A.S.C. (Canteens). M. 1892 

^WERNER, C. A. Capt., Rifle Brigade 1896 

Killed in action at the Aubers Ridge 9 May 1915 
WEST, R. R. F. Capt., Spec. List (Intelligence). D.S.O. 1910 

M2. 

^WESTON, J. C. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (Queen's West- 1901 

minster Rifles) 

Died 6 June 1917 of wounds received in action 21 May 

1917 

WHELON, C. E. Lieut., R.E. (Signals, T.F. Res.) 1906 

WHITCOMBE, R. C. P. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1911 

WHITE, A. H. Capt., S:O. 3, R.A.F. 1906 

WHITE, A. S. Lieut., Manchester Regt. 1902 

* WHITE, M. G. Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1905 

Killed in action i July 1916 
WHITE, R. HALE. Lieut., R.A.S.C.; attd. King's Own 1913 

(Yorkshire L.I., T.F.) (W.) M.C. 

WHITTING, R. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 1897 

WIDGERY, G. H. Lieut., R.F.A. M.C. 1908 

WIGGANS, J.T.V. Capt., Northumberland Fus. (W.) 1914 



*WIGLESWORTH, G. 2nd Lieut. (A.), R.F.C. 1913 

Killed in flying accident 8 July 1916 

WILDE, E. H. N. Gnr., R.F.A. 1898 

WILKIN, A. Capt., R.A.M.C. Mz. 1898 

WILLCOCKS, R. H. Sergt., H.A.C. 1907 

WILLEY, H. Major, R.G.A, 1899 

WILLIAMS, H. G. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1911 

WILLIAMS, I. A. Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. (T.F.) and Gen. 1910 

Staff (Directorate of Requisitions and Hirings) 

^WILLIAMS, R. A. W. Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 1912 

Killed in action at Ypres 18 April 1915 



218 KING'S COLLEGE 

WILLIAMSON, R. H. W. Capt., R.A.S.C. 
WILLINK, A. J. W. Lieut., Border Regt. 
*WILLOCK, G. C. B. Capt., London Regt. (London Irish 

Rifles) 

Killed in action in the Battle of Loos 25 Sept. 1915 
WILLS, A. G. Pte., Transvaal Scottish, S. African Force ; 1910 

Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt. and M.G.C. (W 2.) 

M.C. 
^WILSON, H. S. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. 1904 

Killed in action 15 Sept. 1915 
WILSON, J. S. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W 2.) 1908 

Cavalier y Order of the Crown of Italy 
*WiLSON, T. I. W. Capt., Manchester Regt. (W.) M.C. 1901 

Killed in action near Beaumont-Hamel 28 Nov. 1916 
WILSON, W. G. Lieut., R.N.V.R.; Major, Tank Corps. 1894 

C.M.G. rm. 
WINGFIELD-STRATFORD,E.C. Capt., Queen's Own (R.W. 1900 

Kent Regt., T.F.) 
WINKFIELD, W. B. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. 

WlNTERBOTHAM, W. Lieut., R.G.A. 

WOLLASTON, A. F. R. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. D.S.C. 



*WOMERSLEY, S. P. 2nd Lieut., M.G.C. 

Killed in action 15 April 1918 
*WooD, P. L. 2nd Lieut. (A.), R.F.C. 

Killed in action 4 March 1917 

WOODHEAD, Sir G. S., V.D. Colonel, R.A.M.C. (Sanitary 
Service, T.F.) K.B.E. O.B.E. Brevet Colonel, m 2. 
WOOLLEY, V. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
^WRIGHT, E. M. Capt., E. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.) 

Killed in action at Monchy-le-Preux 10 April 1917 
WRIGHT, F. W. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 1901 



F. Trooper, Cheshire Yeo.; Lieut., Cheshire 1912 

Regt.(T.F.) ; Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. (W 2.) 

YOUNG, M. A. Capt,, Rifle Brigade. (W 2.) (P.) 1905 

YOUNG, R. A. Capt., Yorkshire Regt. and Northumber- 1904 

land Fus. 

1 Killed in flying accident after the armistice. 




MAGDALENE COLLEGE 

ACKERLEY, J. R. Capt., E. Surrey Regt. (W.) (P.) [1914] 

AGAR-ROBARTES, Hon. C. E. Lieut., Rifle Brigade; Capt., 1911 

Tank Corps 

TALLIN, H. W. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) 1908 

Died 29 Dec. 1917 of wounds received in action 

ALLSOPP, R. Capt., E. African Mtd. Infy. 1894 

ARCHDALE, R. M. Lieut., 1 9th Hussars. (W.) M.C. 1911 
ARMSTRONG, H. M. Pte., Canadian Infy.; Gnr., Cana- 1909 

dian F.A. 

^ARNOLD, A. C. P. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.) 1911 

Killed in action 7 July 1916 

ATKINSON, Rev. A. V. Chaplain, R.N. 1905 

BAGNALL, R. O. G. 2nd Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt. 1912 

BAGOT-CHESTER, H. A. Capt., Staffordshire Yeo. (T.F. 1890 

Res.);A.D.C. 
*BAILLIE, A. H. Major, Norfolk Regt. 1886 

Died 18 Oct. 1918 
BAIN, P. W. Capt. and Adjt., Connaught Rangers; 1905 

Capt., R. Munster Fus. (W 2.) 

BARBER, Rev. R. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1872 
BARBER- STARKEY, C. C. Air Mechanic, R.A.F. 1909 

BARKWORTH, R. C. Capt., R. Fusiliers. (W 3.) M.C. 1914 

and Bar. M. 
BARNES, F. P. Lieut.-Col., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) D.S.O. 1899 

O.B.E. M2. 
^BARROW, A. J. Capt., Lanes. Fus. (W.) M.C. 1902 

Died in Germany 24 June 1918 of wounds received in 

action 
BARSTOW, J. N. Capt., R.F.A. (T.F.) ; A.D.C. ; Brigade 1909 

Major. D.S.O. M.C. M 3 . 



220 MAGDALENE COLLEGE 

BASSET, A. F. Lieut., Gen. List (T.F. Res.) ; Lieut. (Ad.), 1801 

R.A.F. 

BATHURST, P. L. Capt., E. Lanes. Regt.; empld. War ion 

Office. (W.) M. 

BAYLISS, B. H. Pte., London Regt. (Queen's Westminster 1907 

Rifles); 2nd Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 

BEAUMONT, H. R. Capt., Gen. List (T.F. Res.) 1885 

BELLARS, A. E. Lieut., Rangoon Bn., Indian Defence 1899 

Force 

^BERLEIN, L. H. Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt. 1912 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

BEVIR, W. 2nd Lieut., Roysse's School, Abingdon, O.T.C. 1898 

Biss, J. C. DE V. Capt., I.A.R.O. (Cavalry); attd. Gen. 1911 

Staff. (W.) 

BLAKISTON, Rev. B. R. Chaplain, R.N. 1895 

BLAKISTON, Rev. J. N. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1898 

BLAMIRE- BROWN, C. Lieut., Christ's Hospital O.T.C. 1904 

BLAXTER, K. W. Lieut., R.A.S.C. and R.F.A. (W.) 1914 

BOND, D. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1899 

BOOKER, G. H. Lieut. Spec. List, empld. War Office 1912 

BORRETT, P. R. Capt., Scots Gds. (W.) 1908 

BOYNE, Viscount. Hon. Colonel, Durham L.I.(T.F.) 1883 

BROADBENT, F. M. Instructor Cdr., R.N. 1886 

BROPHY, G. M. Capt., R.G.A. M. 1910 

BUCKLEY, H. H. C. Lieut., Coldstream Gds. 1907 

*BULL, G. J. O. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) (W.) 1908 

Kitted in action in Gallipoli 8 July 1915 

BuNDY,H.P. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt.(T.F.) M.C. 1914 

BURTON, Rev. H.J.C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.B.E. 1897 

BUTLER, H. M. 2nd Lieut., Denstone College O.T.C. 1908 

CANHAM,W.D. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Regt.; Lieut., M.G.C. 1914 

(W.) M.C. 

CARLILE, C. Capt., R. Scots 1897 

CARLILE, E. Lieut., R.G.A. 1894 

^CARRACK, C. J. R. Fusiliers [ I 9 I 4J 

Killed in action 17 Feb. 1917 

CARTER, H. G. Major, R. Welsh Fus. (W 2.) M.C. 1912 
*CAVE, W. H. C. 2nd Lieut., Dorset Regt. [1914] 

Kitted in action 16 March 1915 

CHAI CHAN, M. R. Interpreter, Siamese Exp. Force 1916 

^CHARLESWORTH, W. H. Major, King's Own (Yorkshire 1903 
L.I.) (W.) 
Killed in action 15 Sept. 1916 



MAGDALENE COLLEGE 221 

CHILDE, C. P. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. (5th S. Gen, Hos- 1877 

pital, T.F.) mz. 
^CLAPTON, A. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers 1912 

Killed in action 5 Sept. 1916 

CLARKE, J. S. 2nd Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. 1907 

CLARKE, W. K. C.S.M., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) ; Lieut., 1913 

Bedfordshire Regt.; empld. O.C.B. (W.) 
CLEMENTS, W. G. Capt. and Adjt., R.F.A.(T.F.) M.C. 1913 
COAXES, A. S. Capt., London Regt. (St Pancras Bn.); 1909 

attd. Rifle Brigade 
HAGGLES, E. R. Capt., 3rd Dragoon Gds. 1907 

Killed in action 12 May 1915 

COLLIER, A. E. Capt., R.E. M.C. 1910 

COLLINS, A. J. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (L.R.B.) ; Capt. 1912 

and Adjt., R. North Devon Yeo. 

COLONNA, Don MARIO. Italian Army 1908 

CORYTON, A. F. Capt., Hampshire Yeo.; attd. Hamp- 1911 

shire Regt.; Lieut., i8th Hussars 
COTTON, V. E. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) and Spec. List 1907 

(T.M.B.) O.B.E. M$. French Croix de Guerre. 

Italian Croce di Guerra 
COUCH, A. W. Lieut., Hampshire Regt.(T.F.); attd. 1904 

W. Yorks. Regt. 

COURTHOPE, R. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1911 

CoxoN,A.C.M. Capt., Norfolk Regt.(T.F.) (W.) (P.) 1907 

^CRAWFORD, C. N. 2nd Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. 1914 

Killed in action 8 April 1916 
CRICHTON-BROWNE, H. W. A. F. Lieut.-Col., King's Own 1884 

Scottish Borderers, m. 

CRICK, L. C. Capt., Lincolnshire Regt. (W.) M.C. M. 1910 
CRISP, J. F. Capt., Suffolk Yeo. 1913 

CROSBIE-OATES, E. C. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); 1912 

Lieut., M.G.C.; attd. R.E., Signals 
CULLINAN,M.W. F. Capt. and Adjt., King's Royal Rifle 1912 

Corps; empld. O.C.B. M.C. M. 

CUNINGHAME, R. J. Lieut., Gen. List. M.C. 1890 

CURTIS, E.D. Lieut., United States Arty.; attd. Intelli- 1914 

gence Dept. 

DAISH, T. Capt., R.E. M.C. M. 1911 

DASHWOOD, C. E. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1889 

DASHWOOD, Rev. R. C. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. m. 1887 

DAVIDSON, A. H. G. 2nd Lieut., Highland L.I. ; empld. 1916 
P. of W. Camp 



222 MAGDALENE COLLEGE 

DAVIDSON, A. J. Capt., Gordon Hdrs. ; empld Command 1908 

Depot 
DAVIDSON, J. C. F. Paymaster Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R.; 1911 

empld. Admiralty 
DAVIES, T. H. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I., T.F.) 1896 

and Labour Corps 
DAVIS, J. O. Major (K.B.), R.A.F. M.C. M. French 1908 

Croix de Guerre 

DAWES, E. S. Capt. R. East Kent Yeo. 1912 

DE HOXAR, C. F. M. Capt., Spec. List 1883 

DE LAS CASAS, M. Lieut., R. North Devon Yeo. (T.F. 1889 

Res.); A.D.C. 

DE LEDESMA, A. F. Lieut., R.F.A. 1910 

*DENNis,J.N. Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt.; attd.M.G.C. M.C. 1912 

Died 15 Oct. 1917 of wounds received in action 
DE PROSPERI, F. C. Italian Army 1905 

DE WINDT, H. W. D. Capt., Spec. List (cmdg. P. of W. 1875 

Camp) 
DIBBLE, T. E. 2nd Lieut., Wellington School, Somerset, 1911 

O.T.C. 
DICKINS,B. 2nd Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt., King's Own 1909 

(Yorkshire L.I.), and Hampshire Regt. 

DOVE, C. K. Lieut., R.G.A.; Asst. Officer i/c Records 1905 
DOYNE, R. W. Capt., Westmorland and Cumberland Yeo. 1887 
DRUCE, A. F. Lieut., Surrey Yeo. M.C. M. French 1913 

Croix de Guerre 

DUKE, M. 2nd Lieut., R.E. ; empld. Ministry of Labour 1909 
DULEEP-SINGH, H.H. Prince F. V., M.V.O. Major, Norfolk 1887 

Yeo. and Gen. Staff 

DUNCAN, C.W. Lieut.. Welsh Gds. and Gds. M.G. Regt. 1912 
*DURRANT, W. B. W. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1913 

Killed in action 9 May 1915 

ECCLES, A. G. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.,T.F.) 1910 

(W.) M.C. 

EDWARDS, Rev. A. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1899 

ELLIOTT, A. G. Lieut., Grenadier Gds. (W 2.) M.C. 1898 
ELLIS, V. L. R.A.M.C. 1897 

ENGLAND, J. A. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. ; attd. Durham 1912 

L.I. (W.) 
^ESTCOURT, A. C. SOTHERON. Lieut., Wiltshire Regt. and 1912 

Gloucestershire Regt.; Capt., T.M.B.; Lieut. (O.), 

R.A.F. (W2.) M.C. 

Killed in action 8 Aug. 1918 



MAGDALENE COLLEGE 223 

ESTCOURT, W. B. SOTHERON. Lieut., E. African Force 1909 

EUSTACE, W. R. G. Capt., R.G.A. 1910 

EVANS, O. L. J. Lieut.-Col., R. Welsh Fus. m. 1875 

EXETER, Marquess of. Lieut.-Col., R.F.A.(T.F.) M 2. 1897 

FAIRBOURN, A. N. Lieut., R.E. (W.) 1908 

FAIRLEY, W. Capt. and Adjt., E. Surrey Regt.(T.F.); 1910 

Capt., King's African Rifles. (W.) M. 
FERGUSSON, N. M. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M 2. 
FIXSEN, B. A. Lieut., Rifle Brigade 
FLETCHER, A. M. T. Capt., R.A.S.C. 
FLETCHER, E. T. D. Lieut., London Yeo. (Middlesex 

Hussars); Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 

FOWKE, L. A. Lieut., Leicestershire Regt. (W.) M. 1906 
FREAKE, F. M. Capt., R.F.A.; A.D.C. M. 1894 

FREND, J. P. N. Zealand Rifle Brigade 1896 

FREWEN, S. Lieut.-Col., A.A. and Q.M.G. ^1877 

FRIEDERICHS, L. H. T. Capt., Cheshire Regt. and Spec. 1893 

List 
FURNESS, W. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 1906 



, I.W. 2nd Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) 1912 

(W.) 

Killed in action 12 Feb. 1916 
GIBBS, A. R. Pte., Hampshire Regt.; Lieut., Worcester- 1904 

shire Regt. 

GIBSON, F. A. S. Capt., N. Staffs. Regt. (W 3.) M.C. 1912 
GILES, C. C. T. 2nd Lieut., Devon Regt. ; Lieut., Gren- 1913 

adier Gds. (W.) 

GISSING, A. C. Lieut., R.G.A. ; attd. Indian Army [1914] 

GLASBROOK, J. H. L. Lieut., Welsh Regt. ; attd. R. Welsh 1914 

Fus. (W.) M. 
GLASSPOOL, R. T. B. Capt., Durham L.I.(T.F.) M.C. 1899 

M2. 

^GOODFORD, C. J. H. Lieut., Hampshire Regt. M.C. [1914] 

M. 

Killed in action i July 1916 
GOODWIN, A. C. Pte., Suffolk Regt. ; Lce-Sergt., Suffolk 1914 

Yeo.; Lieut., Labour Corps 

GORDON, E. B. 2nd Lieut., Lancing College O.T.C. 1912 
GORE, I. ST J. Capt., Gloucestershire Regt. (W.) 1900 

GRANT, D. W. Lieut., Lovat's Scouts; attd. Cameron 1913 

Hdrs. 



224 MAGDALENE COLLEGE 



A. F. Lieut., Wiltshire Regt. and Cambridgeshire 

Regt. (W.) 

Killed in action 26 Aug. 1918 
GRAY, Rev. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
GREAR,A.T.L. Capt., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.) (W2.) 
GREEN, F. N. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. m. 
GREENWOOD, Rev. F. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
GROOM, H. L. Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 
GROOM, Rev. R. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
GUBBINS, C. F. R. Major, London Yeo. (Middlesex 

Hussars) 
GWYER, Rev. H. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 



HAIG, D. P. Lieut.-Col., Cameron Hdrs. and Cameron- 

ians (Scottish Rifles). O.B.E. m. 
*HALL, H. 2nd Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. 

Killed in action 15 Feb. 1916 
HALL, V. C. Lieut.-Col., R.E. (Postal Section). O.B.E. 

M2. 

HALLOWS, R. W. Major, R.G.A. 

HAMMOND, F. W. Lieut., King's Own Scottish Borderers. 

(W.) 
HANCOCK, D. M. Lieut., Gen. List (T.F. Res.), empld. 

Ministry of National Service 
HANKIN, G. T. Capt., Oxford and Bucks L.I.(T.F.) 

and Gen. Staff. M. m. 

HANSON, Sir G.S., Bart. Capt.,R.F.A and Suffolk Regt. 
HARDCASTLE, A. E. L. Capt., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt., 

T.F.) (W.) 

HARDING, A. M. Capt. (K.B.), R.A.F. 
HARLEY, R. G. G. Capt., R. Fusiliers and Gen. List 

(A.P.M.) 
*HARRISON,G.H. 2nd Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. M.C. 

Died 21 Aug. 1916 of wounds received in action 
HARRISON-BROADLEY, J. Capt., E. Yorks. Regt. 
HARRISSON, A. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 
CHARTER, J. C. F. 2nd Lieut., Res. Regt. of Cavalry, attd. 

Nottinghamshire Yeo. 

Kitted in action 28 Nov. 1917 
^HARVEY, R. V. Capt., British Columbia Regt., Canadian 1891 

Force 

Died in Germany 8 May 1915 of wounds received in 

action near Ypres 24 April 1915 



MAGDALENE COLLEGE 225 

HENN, W. F. Capt., R. Minister Fus.; attd. R. Irish 1911 

Regt. and Gen. Staff (Intelligence). (W.) 
HENRYSON-CAIRD, A. J. Capt., King's Own Scottish 1902 

Borderers. (W.) M.C. M. 
^HEPBURN, M. A. 2nd Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. 1910 

Killed in action 30 Nov. 1914 
^HEPBURN, R. P. 2nd Lieut., R.E. (Signals). (W.) M.C. 1911 

Died 3 Aug. 1917 of wounds received in action 
HIGGS, H. J. Lieut.-Col., R.E. ; A. D. Labour. (W.) 1905 

O.B.E. Albert Medal, ist Class. M 3. 
*HiLL, B. W. Lieut., Rifle Brigade and R.F.C. (W.) 1911 

Kitted in action 4 March 1917 
^HiLL, M. C. Lieut., Leicestershire Regt. (W.) 1913 

Killed in action 17 July 1916 

KINDLE, E. Capt., R.E.(T.F.) 1910 

HINDLEY- SMITH, J. D. Lieut, and Adjt., R.F.A. 1912 

ROLLINGS, J. H. B. Lieut., 2ist Lancers. (W.) 1906 

HOPEWELL, E. R. Capt., Worcestershire Regt. (T.F.) 1008 

(W.) M.C. 

HORE, C. W. C. R.A.F. 1908 

HORNSBY, J. A. Capt., 5th Lancers; A.D.C. (W.) 1909 

HUGHES, H. C. Lieut., R.E. 1911 

HUNT, R. Major, London Yeo.(T.F. Res.) 1879 

HUNTER, G. J. Capt., Worcestershire Yeo. 1907 

HUNTER-MUSKETT, R. G. Major, Middlesex Regt 1893 

HYDE PARKER, W. S. See PARKER, W. S. H. 

ISHERWOOD, W. Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 1915 

JACKSON, C. R. Capt., Rifle Brigade; empld. O.C.B.; 1912 

Major, M.G.C. (W.) 

JEPSON, R. W. Lieut., Cheshire Regt. ; Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 1907 
*JOHNS, B. C. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1899 

Died 22 Oct. 1918 of pneumonia 
JOHNSON, C. R. I. Lieut., Northumberland Fus.fT.F.) 1001 

(W.) 

JOHNSTONE, C. A. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) (W.) 1905 
JOLLY, A. F. Lieut., R. Fusiliers. (W.) M.C. [1914] 

JONSSON, A. T. Capt., R. Irish Rifles. (P.) 1899 

JOURDAIN, R. O. Capt., R. Fusiliers; Staff Capt., War 1889 

Office. (W.) Brevet Major, m. Cavalier, Order of 

the Crown of Italy 
JOYNSON, R. Capt., King's Own Scottish Borderers. 1906 

(P.) m. 

C.U.W.L. 15 



226 MAGDALENE COLLEGE 

JUDD, L. A. Capt., Highland L.I. and R. Scots. (W.) 1913 

KAY, Rev. A. I. 2nd Lieut., I.A.R.O. 1907 

KEABLE, Rev. R. Chaplain, S. African Native Labour 1905 

Contingent 
*KELK, A. F. H. 2nd Lieut., Welsh Regt. (W.) M.C. 1910 

Killed in action 9 March 1917 
KELSEY, A. R. Lieut., Coldstream Gds.; Capt., Spec. 1909 

List (School of Instruction). M.C. Italian Croce di 

Guerra 
*KEMP, N. 2nd Lieut., Lanes. Fus.(T.F.) (W.) [1914] 

Killed in action 9 Sept. 1916 

KINDERSLEY, C. E. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1909 

KINDERSLEY, G. W. Capt., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) ; [1914] 

attd. Suffolk Regt. (W 2.) M. 
KING, Rev. F. J. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D.; D.A.C.G. 1891 

(W.) M2. 
KIRKBRIDE, G. Capt., R.A.S.C.; Lieut., Imp. Service 1913 

Cavalry and 27th Punjabis, Indian Army 

KNAPPETT, P. G. Lieut., R.F.A.; Staff Lieut. M. 1907 

KNOTT, P. G. Capt. and Adjt., R.G.A. 1913 

KNUBLEY, C. Corpl., Australian A.M.C. 1907 

*KNUBLEY, R. L. Capt., Wiltshire Regt. (W.) M.C. M. 1906 

Died 9 July 1916 of wounds received in action 

LAMBE, J. L. P. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1913 

LAMBTON, J. F. Capt., Northumberland Fus.(T.F.) 1905 

*LANE, J. E. 2nd Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt., T.F.) 1915 

Killed in action 3 May 1917 
LAWSON- JOHNSTON, E. A. Lieut., 2nd Dragoons (R. 1897 

Scots Greys). (Wj.) M. 
BLEACH, G. K. Lieut., Border Regt. 1902 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 10 Aug. 1915 

LEE-WILLIAMS, O. LL. Lce.-Corpl., Gloucestershire Regt. 1910 
LE FLEMING, G. F. A. H. Hon. Colonel, Spec. List 1878 

(Draft Conducting Officer) 
LE FLEMING, M. R. Lieut., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent 1913 

Regt., T.F.) ; Capt. and Adjt., M.G.C. (W.) M. 
LEIGH-MALLORY, G. H. Lieut., R.G.A. 1905 

LEIGH-MALLORY, T. Lieut., Lanes. Fus.; Major (A.), 1911 

R.A.F. (W.) D.S.O. M. 
LE ROUGETEL, I. H. Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt.; 1913 

Capt., M.G.C. M.C. and Bar 
LINTHORNE, E. L. R. Seaman, R.N.V.R. 1912 



MAGDALENE COLLEGE 227 



*LLOYD, M. E. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. 

Killed in action 23 Oct. 1914 
*LONG, F. E. Pte., Hampshire Regt.; Capt., King's 1911 

(Liverpool Regt.) M.C. 

Killed in action at Hooge 24 Aug. 1917 

LOVEDAY, D. G. 2nd Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. 1915 
LOWRY, G. C. Capt., Cheshire Regt. and Gen. List 1913 

(School of Instruction). (W 2.) 
LOWTHER, Hon. L. E. Capt., Gen. Staff. O.B.E. Order 1885 

of the Nile, \th Class (Egypt) 

LUCAS, W. R. Major, R.A.S.C. D.S.O. M 2. 1903 

LUMBY, C. D. R. Lieut., Manchester Regt. (W 2.) 1907 

LUSON, T. G. L. Capt. and Adjt., R.A.S.C. O.B.E. M. 1913 
LYON, R. C. G. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.); Staff Capt. 1909 

MCCONNELL, W. E. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 1907 

MACKENZIE, C. Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 1914 

MACKENZIE, L. H. M. Capt., Northamptonshire Regt. M. 1913 
MACMICHAEL, H. A. Capt., Spec. List, empld. Egyptian 1901 

Army. D.S.O. M. 

MACMICHAEL, H. C. Capt., Border Regt. (W.) 1909 

MACNAB, C. Lieut., Highland L.I. (W.) m. 1914 

MACPHERSON, A. S. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps 1915 

MCPHILLAMY, J. M. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1915 

McWiLLiAM, J. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) (W.) 1911 

M.C. 

MALLORY, G. H. L. See LEIGH-MALLORY, G. H. 
MALLORY, T. L. See LEIGH-MALLORY, T. 
MARGESSON, H. D. R. Capt. and Adjt., nth Hussars. 1908 

M.C. M. 

MATTHEWS, A. S. Lieut., 8th (King's R. Irish) Hussars 1906 
MAULE, W. H. F. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. (W3.) 1908 

D.S.O. M.B.E. M. 
MAYO, R. H. Capt. (A.), R.F.C.; Major (T.), R.A.F. 1909 

(Aircraft Production Dept.) O.B.E. 

METHVEN, C. M. Lieut., Black Watch (T.F.) (W.) 1908 

MONSON, C. S. Lieut., Lovat's Scouts; Capt., Cameron 1902 

Hdrs. (W.) 
^MORGAN, H. R. Lieut., D. of Lancaster's Own Yeo. ; attd. IQOC 

R.F.C. 

Killed in action 8 Nov. 1917 

MORLEY, J. Lieut., R. Wiltshire Yeo. 1907 

*MORLEY, M. R. H. Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 1913 

Killed in action at Ovillers i July 1916 

152 



228 MAGDALENE COLLEGE 

^MORRIS, J. C. Lieut., Welsh Regt. 1911 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 8 Aug. 1915 
MORSHEAD, O. F. Capt., R.E. ; Major, G.S.O. 2. D.S.O. 1913 

M.C. Brevet Major. M $. Italian Croce di Guerra 
MORTIMER, H. S. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps and 1896 

Gen. List (A.P.M.) Mz. French Croix de Guerre 
MOUNTBATTEN, Lord L. A. L., G.c.v.o. Capt., King's 1907 

Royal Rifle Corps 
MURRAY, K. R. 2nd Lieut., Cameron Hdrs. ; Capt., Wilt- 1907 

shire Regt.(T.F.); attd. Oxford and Bucks L.I.; 

A.D.C.; Staff Capt. 

MURRAY SMITH, J. E. Major, R. Horse Gds. (W.) 1909 

^MUSGRAVE, T. Lieut., Irish Gds. M. 1908 

Killed in action 6 Feb. 1915 



G. 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. 1909 
Died 20 June 1915 of wounds received in action 

NEVILLE, A. G. Major, R.H.A.; A.D.C. M.C. M. 1909 

NEVILLE, H. S. Capt. (A.), R.A.F.; S.O. 3, Air Ministry 1914 

NEWMAN, J. C. Lieut., Res. Regt. of Cavalry; A.D.C. 1899 

French Croix de Guerre 

NEWTON, H. A. A.B., R.N.V.R. 1880 

NICHOLSON, O. W. Lieut., R.E. (Signals), m. 1910 

OLDROYD, F. N. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1913 

OLIVER, G. Y. Hon. Major, R.F.A.(T.F. Res.) 1908 

OLLERENSHAW, F. 2nd Lieut., Cheshire Regt.(T.F.); 1910 

Asst. Paymaster, R.N.V.R. 

ORLEBAR, J. A. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1897 

ORME, F. R. 2nd Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. 1911 

Killed in action 7 Nov. 1914 

OTTER, W. W. Capt. and Adjt., Sussex Yeo. 1897 

PACKE, E. C. Major, R. Fusiliers; Lieut.-Col., A.A. and 1896 

Q.M.G. D.S.O. O.B.E. M 3. 

PALMER, Sir E. G. B., Bart. Major, Leicestershire Regt. 1882 

PAPE, A. G. 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. (W.) 1912 

PARKER, W. D. Hon. Lieut., A.S.C. (T.F. Res.) 1898 

PARKER, W. S. H. Lieut., ist Dragoon Gds. 1910 

PARKER- JERVIS, G. Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.); empld. 1914 

O.C.B. M. 

PARKINSON, G. R. 2nd Lieut., King's School, Rochester, 1895 

O.T.C. 



MAGDALENE COLLEGE 229 

PATERSON, W. H. Lieut., Gordon Hdrs. M.C. M. 1912 

PEEK, B. M. Lieut., Hampshire Regt. 1910 

PEEL, W. H. G. and Lieut., R. Guernsey Militia 1892 

PERKS, J. N. R. Lieut., R.E. 1911 

PERKINS, C. F. D. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1911 

^PHILLIPPS, R. W. 2nd Lieut., Grenadier Gds. I 9 I 4 

Killed in action 26 Oct. 1915 

PLANT, Rev. A. W. Chaplain, R.N. 1878 
POLLOK, A. B. Major, yth Hussars and Gen. Staff 1892 

(cmdg. Cadet Sqdn.) O.B.E. m 2. 

POPE, P. M. Capt. and Adjt., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1910 

(W.) (P.) M. 

POYSER, A. V. Major, R.A.M.C. M. 1901 

PRICHARD, H. C. Major, Glamorgan Yeo.; Lieut.-Col., 1883 

Spec. List (Cmdt., P. of W. Camp). C.B.E. m 2. 

PRYDE, A. M. Pte., Norfolk Regt. (W 2.) 1914 

RANSOM, P. L. Capt., Hertfordshire Regt. 1911 

REECE, C. M. Lieut., Cheshire Regt. ; Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1913 

(W.) (P.) 

^REEVES, V. C. M. Major, Dorset Yeo. (W.) M. 1906 

Killed in action in Egypt 26 Feb. 1916 

RIDLEY, G. A. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt.; attd. 3oth Lan- [1914] 

cers, Indian Army 

^RITSON, F. Capt., Dorset Regt. 1909 

Killed in action 17 June 1917 

ROBERTS , J . H . Lieut . , Welsh Regt . ; Capt . , King's (Liver- 1 903 

pool Regt.) and King's African Rifles 

ROXBURGH, T. J. Y. Capt., I.A.R.O. 1910 

SALTER, F. R. Lieut., Rifle Brigade; Capt. G.S.O. 3, ^1910 

Irish Command. (W.) 

SANDILANDS, R. B. Capt., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 1912 

M.C. 

SARTORis,G.U.L. 2ndLieut.,R.A.S.C.; Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1913 

SAVILL, E. H. Capt., Devon Regt. (W.) M.C. 1913 

SCARLETT, C. H. Lieut. R.G.A. 1907 

SCHOLFIELD, J. L. Capt., R. Fusiliers; R.T.O. 1912 

fcScuDAMORE, R. C. Capt., R. Fusiliers. M.C. [ I 9 I 4] 

Killed in action u March 1918 

*SHAW, J. R. Lieut.-Col., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 1886 

Died 5 Nov. 1916 

SHAW-YATES, E. B. 2nd Lieut., R.E. (Signals, T.F. Res.) 1889 

SHEPLEY, R. G. S. Lieut., 3rd Dragoon Gds. 1912 



230 MAGDALENE COLLEGE 

SHEPPARD- JONES, J. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1902 

SIDNEY, R. J. H. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) 1912 

SIFFKEN, B. C. DE W. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. (W.) M. 1901 

SLADE, P. C. A. Capt. and Adjt., R. Defence Corps 1899 

*SMITH, A. G. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. (W.) M.C. 1909 

Killed in action 18 April 1918 

SMITH, Rev. J. J. Chaplain and Instructor Cdr., R.N. 1880 

SMITH, S. C. RAINES. Major, Gen. Staff (Censor's Dept.) 1895 

M.B.E. M. Officer, Order of the Redeemer (Greece). 

Greek Medal for Military Merit 

SMITH, W. A. N. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) 1912 

SNAITH, E. G. Capt., Leicestershire Regt.fT.F.) (W.) 1911 

M.C. M. 

SNEYD, R. Hon. Lieut.-CoL, Spec. List (A.P.M.) 1884 

STEDALL, C. P. Major, London Yeo. (Rough Riders) and 1892 

M.G.C. 

ASTERN, L.H. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (Kensington Bn.) 1910 

Killed in action 9 May 1915 

STOPFORD, R. J. Lieut., R.A.S.C. M. [1914] 

SYMONS, S. J. Major, Bedfordshire Regt.(T.F.) 1887 



TANQUERAY, T. Capt., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) ; 1907 

empld. O.C.B. (W.) 
TAYLOR, G. C. R. Capt., Essex Regt.(T.F.) ; attd. Devon 1899 

Regt. (W.) 
TEDDER, A. W. Capt., Dorset Regt. ; Major (A.), R.A.F. 1909 

M 2. Italian Silver Medal for Military Valour 
TERRY, C. E. Lieut.-CoL, E. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) 1885 

THOMPSON, D. H. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C.; Lieut., Gen. 1905 

List, attd. R.E. (P.) 
TICKELL, G. W. Lieut., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. 1914 

(T.F.); attd. 36th Sikhs, Indian Army 

TINKER, B. Capt., Yorkshire Dragoons 1910 

*<TOLLEMACHE, J. E. Lieut., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey 1911 

Regt.) 

Killed in action 21 Aug. 1916 
*TONKING, D. W. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.) ; 2nd Lieut., 1909 

D. of Cornwall's L.I.; Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt. 

Died 29 May 1917 of wounds received in action 
TRINGHAM, H. G. 2nd Lieut., Wiltshire Regt.; Lieut., 1886 

R.A.S.C. 
TYRWHITT, Rev. the Hon. L. F., M.V.O. C.F. 2nd Class, 1882 

R.A.C.D. (W.) O.B.E. M2. 



MAGDALENE COLLEGE 231 

VALENTINE, W. H. 2nd Lieut., King's Own Scottish 1914 

Borderers ; Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. (W.) 

VARVILL, J. K. Capt., E. Lanes. Regt. (W.) M.C. M. 1910 

VERNER, G. W. H. Lieut., R. Marines 1900 

WAITHMAN, J. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1877 

^WALKER, G. S. Lieut., R.F.A. 1910 

Died 20 Nov. 1917 of wounds received in action 
^WALMESLEY, R. Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. 1908 

Killed in action 23 Oct. 1914 

WALPOLE, R. H. Lieut., Rifle Brigade. (W 2.) 1911 

WALTER, G. L. Pte., Rhodesian Regt., S. African Force 1909 

^WATSON, C. B. 2nd Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt.; Lieut., 1913 

M.G.C. M.C. 

Died 12 July 1918 of wounds received in action 
*WATSON, K. F. Fit. Lieut., R.N.A.S. 1912 

Missing , presumed drowned, 3 Aug. 1915 

WAUGH, A. D. Lieut., R.E. M. 1908 

WAYNE, Rev. ST J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1895 

WESTALL, D. C. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. (W.) 1909 

WESTON, G. E. Capt. and Adjt., R.E. 1906 

WHARTON, W. H. A., V.D. Lieut.-Col., Yorkshire Regt. 1878 

(T.F. Res.) O.B.E. m. 
WHITCHURCH, R. H. S. G. Major, Military Accounts 1897 

Dept., Indian Army 
WHITEFIELD, C. G. Lieut., Suffolk Regt.; Capt., Gen. 1910 

Staff 

WHITTOME, L. Capt., Hampshire Regt. (W.) [zQH] 

WILKINSON, W. R. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 1912 

2nd Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 

WILLIAMS, G. A. Capt., Gen. List (T.F. Res.) 1875 

^WILLIAMS, R. 2nd Lieut., Grenadier Gds. 1909 

Killed in action 8 Oct. 1915 

WILLIAMSON, C. G. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. (Canteens) 1908 
WILSON, A. S., M.P. Capt., E. Riding of Yorkshire Yeo. 1887 

(T.F. Res.) and Gen. Staff. (P.) 

WILSON, R. Capt., Lanes. Fus. M.C. 1873 

WINTERBOTHAM, G. L. Rangoon Bn., Indian Defence 1908 

Force 
*WINTON, H. B. Pte., Middlesex Regt. (P. S. Bn.) ; Lieut. 1912 

(A.), R.A.F. (W.) 

Killed in flying accident 21 April 1918 
WOMERSLEY, F. G. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. ; attd. R. Irish 1914 

Fus.; Capt., Gen. List (Asst. Embarkation S.O.) 



232 MAGDALENE COLLEGE 

WOODHOUSE, C. H. Capt., Dorset Regt. (P.) M.C. M. 1909 
WOODHOUSE, W. E. 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. 1910 

(T.F.) 
^WYNDHAM, G. H. 2nd Lieut., Devon Regt. ; attd. North- 1912 

umberland Fus. 

Killed in action 24 March 1915 

YERBURGH, R. E. R. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Regt. 1910 

YERBURGH, R. G. C. Capt., Irish Gds.; Major, 1911 

D.A.Q.M.G. O.B.E. M. Belgian Croix de Guerre. 

Italian Croce di Guerra 
YOUNG, R. K. Lieut., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent Regt.) 1010 

(W.) 
YOUNG, W. Sergt., R. Fusiliers; Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. 1800 

(W.) M.C. 




PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

ABRAHAM, L. M. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1912 

AINSLIE, Rev. R. M., T.D. C.F. ist Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1877 

ALEXANDER, D. L. 2nd Lieut., Gds. M.G. Regt. 1917 

* ALISON, L. H. 2nd Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt. 1909 

Killed in action 15 May 1915 

ALLEN, H. R. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1913 

ALLEN, S. S. Lieut.-Col., Auckland Regt., N. Zealand 1901 

Force. (W 2.) C.M.G. D.S.O. and Bar. M 3 . 
ALLEN, W.S. Lieut., R.E.; Hon. Lieut. (T.),R.A.F. (W.) 1913 
*AMBLER, G. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1912 

Died 3 Aug. 1917 of wounds received in action July 1917 
AMES, Rev. E. F. W. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1905 
^ANDERSON, C. A. K. 2nd Lieut., R. Scots Fus. and 1911 

King's Royal Rifle Corps. 

Killed in action 10 Nov. 1914 

ANDERSON, D. C. Capt., Rifle Brigade. (W.) 1913 

ANDERSON, K. Major, R.F.A. M.C. M 2. 1906 

^ANDREWS, C. N. 2nd Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 1913 

Killed in action 24 March 1915 

ANNAND, A. W. Capt., Gordon Hdrs. (W 2.) M.C. 1901 

APPLEBY, D. Major, Welsh Regt. M. m. 1900 

APPLETON, A. J. Capt. and Adjt., R.A.S.C. M.C. M 2. 1899 

*ARMITAGE, D. W. R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); 2nd Lieut., 1912 

R. Sussex Regt. 

Kitted in action in the Battle of Loos 25 Sept. 1915 
ARMITAGE, E. G. H. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps; 1914 

Capt., Spec. List, empld. Ministry of National 

Service. (W.) 
*ARMITAGE,F.R. Capt.,R.A.M.C.(T.F.) (W.) D.S.O. M. 1902 

Killed in action 30 July 1917 



234 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

ARMITAGE, V. H. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1907 

Derby Regt., T.F.) (W.) M.C. Chevalier, Ordre 

de la Couronne (Belgium). Belgian Croix de Guerre 

ARMSTRONG, M. D. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. 1902 

ARMSTRONG, V. Pte., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1904 

ASH, H. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1902 

*ASTON, F. M. Capt., D. of Cornwall's L.I. 1886 

Killed in action 30 July 1915 

^ATKEY, F. A. H. Capt., Yorkshire Regt. 1901 

Killed in action 5 July 1916 

ATKEY,J. F. H. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1895 

ATTERBURY, F. W. Lieut., R.N.V R. ; empld. Admiralty. 1909 

m. 

ATTWATER, A. L. Capt. and Adjt., R. Welsh Fus. (W.) 1911 

ATTWATER, G. L. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1907 

ATTWATER, H. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1903 

* ATTWATER, H. STj. Capt., Northamptonshire Regt. (W.) 1912 

Killed in action 26 June 1916 

ATTWATER, W. F. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1913 

AUSTIN, S. P. Lieut., Northumberland Yeo. 1890 

AVERILL, A. S. Lieut., R.F.A. 1912 

AYKROYD, H. H. Capt. and Adjt., D. of Wellington's [1914] 

(W. Riding Regt.) M.C. 



BADCOCK, G. E. Lieut.-Col., R.A.S.C.; A. D. Transport. 1901 

C.B.E. D.S.O. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. M 4. 

*BAGLEY, A. B. Lieut. (A.), R.F.C. ; Capt., R. Dublin Fus. 1909 

(W2.) M.C. 

Died 29 Oct. 1918 of wounds received in action 

^BAGNALL, G. B. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1905 

Killed in action 23 April 1917 

BAGSHAW, W. H., T.D. Major, E. Surrey Regt.(T.F.) 1884 

BAILY, R. E. H. Capt., Herefordshire Regt. M. 1904 

BAINBRIDGE-BELL, Rev. W. D. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1881 

BANKS, D. J. Capt., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. (P.) 1895 

BANKS, R. G. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1901 

BARCLAY, J. A. Capt., London Regt. (Queen's West- 1911 

minster Rifles) 

BARKWORTH, H. B. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps 1897 

BARLOW, C. N. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W2.) 1912 



BARLOW, E. M. Lieut., R. Fusiliers; Major, Gen. Staff 1911 
(Instructor, British Military Mission). (W.) M. 



PEMBROKE COLLEGE 235 

BARLOW, P. Capt., Spec. List (Recruiting Staff) 1885 

*BARNETT, R. W. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps ; Major, 1911 

G.S.O.2. (W.) M.C.andBar 

Killed in action 12 Aug. 1918 

BARNICOT, H. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps 1901 

BARNINGHAM, V. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1911 

BARRAN, H. B. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) M.C. M. 1908 
BARRELL, F. M. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.) 1911 

BARRELL, K. C. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) (P.) 191 

BARRETT, Rev. W. E. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
BARROW, P. L. Capt., Worcestershire Regt. and Gen. 1911 

Staff (Intelligence). M. 

BARROW, R. L. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 4ist Cavalry 1907 

BARRY, A. G. Capt., Manchester Regt.; Lieut.-Col., 1905 

M.G.C. D.S.O. M.C. M 3 . 

BARRY, C. B. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. iyth Cavalry 1905 

^ARSTOW, J. E. J. Capt., N. Somerset Yeo.; A.D.C.; [1914] 

Hon. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. (W.) 
^BARTON, C. G. Capt., R. Inniskilling Fus. M.C. M 2. 1909 

Killed in action 17 Oct. 1918 
^BARWELL, F. L. Capt., London Regt. (Queen's West- [1914] 

minster Rifles); attd. R.F.C. (W.) 

Killed in action 29 April 1917 

BATES, J. V. Major, R.A.M.C. M.C. m. 1910 

BATHURST, H. A. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1901 

*BAXTER,W.H.B. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1911 

Killed in action 27 Aug. 1917 

BEAUMONT, J. W. F. Lieut., R.G.A. 1896 

*BECK, C. B. H. 2nd Lieut., Cheshire Regt.(T.F.) 1910 

Died 1 8 Aug. 1915 of wounds received in action in 

Gallipoli 17 Aug. 1915 
BECKER, W. T. L. 2nd Lieut., Manchester Regt. ; Major, 1910 

York and Lancaster Regt. 
*BELL, A. F. Pte., London Regt. (L.R.B.); 2nd Lieut., [1914] 

S. Wales Borderers 

Killed in action 12 Aug. 1915 

BELL, A. T. Pte., R.A.S.C. ' 1909 

BELL WOOD, K. B. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. O.B.E. 1909 

^BENNETT, S. L. R.N.V.R. (Armoured Car Section) ; Fit. 1910 

Sub-Lieut., R.N.A.S. 

Killed in action 29 April 1917 

BENNION, C. F. Capt., R.H.A.(T.F.) 1903 

BENNITT, F. W. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1892 

1 Killed in flying accident after the armistice. 



236 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

BENSTED-SMITH, W. F. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M. 1906 
^BERKELEY, M. K. F. Canadian F.A. 1912 

Died i May 1915 of wounds received in action 
BERRINGTON, K. C. Pte., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1902 

^BEVERIDGE, D. A. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1905 

Died 13 Sept. 1915 of dysentery contracted on active 
service in Gallipoli 
*BEVIR, C. E. F. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1909 

Killed in action 29 Sept. 1915 

BEYTS, C. A. Capt., Poona Bn., Indian Defence Force 1895 
*BIBBY, R. E. Sergt., R.F.A. 1904 

Died in Egypt 23 Oct. 1918 of pneumonia contracted on 
active service 

BICKERTON, J. M. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1913 

BICKFORD- SMITH, W. N. V. Capt. and Adjt., S. Wales 1911 

Borderers. (W.) M.C. 
*BiCKLEY,G.H. Lieut., Devon Regt.; Capt.,M.G.C. (W.) 1911 

Killed in action 4 Oct. 1917 

BICKNELL, R. A. W. Capt., Grenadier Gds. M.C. [1914] 
BIRD, C. B. Capt., King's Own Scottish Borderers. (W.) 1912 

M.C. 
^BISHOP, C. G. Major, R.E.(T.F.) D.S.O. M. 1898 

Killed in action 30 Oct. 1917 

BLACK, F. G. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. M.C. 1909 

^BLACKBURNE-DANIELL, G. F. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers 1897 

Killed in action 24 April 1917 

ELAINE, H. D. Lieut., S. African Mtd. Bde. 1904 

*BLAIR, G. Y. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1913 

Killed in action 24 July 1915 
BLAIR-IMRIE, H. F. Major, Black Watch; D.A.Q.M.G., 1891 

N. Command. C.M.G. O.B.E. M. m. 
BLAKE, A. L. Capt., Somerset L.I.(T.F.); attd. R.E. [1914] 

(Signals). O.B.E. M. 

BLAKE, P. J. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1898 

BLAKE, T. R. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. M. 1899 

BLANDFORD, J. J. G. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. m 2. 1886 

BLATHWAYT, F. W. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1898 

>i<BLEW, K. Pte., N. Zealand Force; 2nd Lieut., Queen's 1912 
Own (R. W. Kent Regt.) 
Killed in action 12 April 1918 
*BLIGH, E. H. S. Lieut. R.N.V.R. (Blake Bn., R.N.D.) 1902 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 10 Sept. 1915 

BLISS, A. E. D. Capt., R. Fusiliers; Lieut., Grenadier 1910 
Gds. (W2.) M. 



PEMBROKE COLLEGE 237 

BoDLEY,D.H. Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) and Sher- 1911 

wood Foresters (Notts, and Derby Regt., T.F.) 
*BOLTON, M. B. Capt., Manchester Regt. and E. Lanes. 1912 

Regt.(T.F.) M.C. 

Died in German hands 26 March 1918 of wounds 

received in action 21 March 1918 

BOMPAS, H. S. Capt. (K.B.), R.A.F. 1900 

*BOSWELL, D. ST G. K. Capt., D. of Cornwall's L.I.; 1912 

Major, M.G.C. (W.) M 2. 

Died 28 Sept. 1918 
BOUSFIELD, L. Capt., R.A.M.C. (T.F. Res.) Medjidieh, 1894 

4th Class (Egypt) 

E. H. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (Queen's West- 1906 

minster Rifles) 

Killed in action i July 1916 

, J. E. 2nd Lieut., 6th Dragoon Gds. (Carabiniers) 1913 

Killed in action 23 Jan. 1916 

E. R. Lieut., Northumberland Fus.(T.F.) 1907 

Died 29 April 1915 of wounds received in action 
BRADFORD, E. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. (ist S. Gen. Hospital, 1907 

T.F.) m. 
^BRADLEY, E. J. Rfn., London Regt. (L.R.B.) 1911 

Killed in action 5 Dec. 1914 

BRADLEY, H. E. 2nd Lieut., E. Lanes. Regt. 1912 

BRADSHAW, T. B. Capt., R. Defence Corps 1884 

BRAMALL, E. H. Major, R.F.A. ; empld. War Office 1908 

BRAYNE,F.L. Lieut. -Col., Spec. List (Embarkation Staff). 1909 

M.C. Order of the Nile, \ih Class (Egypt). Order of 

St Sava, $th Class (Serbia) 

BRISCOE, F. E. T. Major, R.A.S.C. 1893 

BROAD, C. N. F. Major, R.F.A.; Lieut.-Col., G.S.O. i. 1903 

D.S.O. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. M 3. Chevalier, 

Legion of Honour (France). Belgian Croix de Guerre 
BROCK, A. G. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) M.C. 1903 

M. 
^BROLEMANN, P. W. A. Sous-Lieut., i2me Cuirassiers a 1913 

Pied, French Army. (W.) French Croix de Guerre. 

M 2. 

Killed in action near Moreuil 5 April 1918 
BROOKE, F. N. Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 1912 

BROOKE TAYLOR, G. P. Capt. and Adjt., R.F.A. M.C. [1914] 
BROOKER, R. H. G. Capt. and Adjt., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1910 

M2. 

BROWN, E. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1897 



238 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

*BROWN, J. C. D. 2nd Lieut., Durham L.I.(T.F.) 1912 

Died 29 April 1915 of wounds received in action near 

Ypres 25 April 1915 
*BROWN, O. H. Rfn., Rifle Brigade; Capt., Suffolk Regt. 

(W.) D.S.O. M.C. M. 

Killed in action i Nov. 1916 

BROWN, T. H. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1890 

BROWNE, G. H. S. Bt. Colonel, Gen. Staff; Deputy 1884 

Director- Gen., Ministry of Munitions. C.B. m. 
BROWNE, R. C. S. See SEYMOUR- BROWNE, R. C. 
^BUCHANAN, F. C. 2nd Lieut., R. Scots. (W.) 1912 

Killed in action 9 April 1917 
BUCKTON, W. W. Capt., R.E. 
BULLOCK, Rev. G. G. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
BULSTRODE, Rev. R. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 

M2. 

BULWER, E. A. E. Lieut.-Col., S. Staffs. Regt. 1883 

^URBURY, F. W. Lieut.-Col., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent 1884 

Regt.) and Rifle Brigade 
^BURDETT, H. G. Capt., London Yeo. (Westminster 1895 

Dragoons); A.P.M. 

Died 3 March 1916 
BURGES-SHORT, H. G. R. Major, Somerset L.I.; Lieut.- 1893 

Col., D. of Cornwall's L.I. (W.) (P.) D S.O. M. 
BURN, D. C. Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. ; Lieut. (A.), 1014 

R.A.F. (W.) 
^BURTON, A. H. W. Capt. * Lincolnshire Regt. (W.) 1911 

Kitted in action 23 Oct. 1916 
BURTON, G. J. L. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps. [1914! 

(W2.) M.C. and Bar 

Buss, L. C. Madras Artillery, Indian Defence Force 1908 
BUTLER, E P. Capt., Gloucestershire Yeo. 1905 

BUTSON, H. S. G. See GOULD BUTSON, H. S. 
BUXTON, W. L. Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt. ; Capt., 1913 

Gen. List. (W.) M. 
BYERS, J. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers 1899 

CALEY, F. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Service, T.F.) 1902 

M. m. 
*CALEY, H. W. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. 1904 

Died 16 Sept. 1918 
CALVERT, L. M. Capt., London Regt. 1912 

1 Died on service in India since the armistice. 



PEMBROKE COLLEGE 239 

CAMPBELL, K. J. Major, Black Watch. (W.) 1897 

^CAMPBELL, R. W. F. Capt., R. Fusiliers 1906 

Died 1 1 Aug. 1916 of wounds received in action 15 July 

1916 

CAPRON, N. H. Lieut., London Regt. (Post Office Rifles) 1903 

CARDEN, Rev. S. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1892 

>*<CAREY, A. J. E. 2nd Lieut., Gordon Hdrs. (W.) [ 1 9 I 4\ 

Killed in action 22 Aug. 1917 

CARLILE, H. G. Lieut., R.A.O.C. 1900 

CARLILE, R. C. Lieut., R.A.S.C. and Spec. List, empld. 1903 

Directorate of Requisitions and Hirings 
CARLISLE, F. M. M. Capt., Highland L.I.; Brigade 1908 

Major. (W2.) M.C. M. 
CARL YON, E. T. R. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1912 

and Derby Regt.) (W.) (P.) 

CARPMAEL, A. Lieut., R.G.A. 1895 

CARR, F. R. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. [1914] 

CARR, P. R. Pte., H.A.C.; Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1911 
CARR, R. N. Major, Border Regt. and S. Staffs. Regt. 1913 

(W2.) M.C. Mz. 

CARRICK, A. D. Capt., Northumberland Fus. (W.) 1913 

CARSLAKE, W. B. Capt. and A.djt., The Queen's (R.W. 1912 

Surrey Regt.) ; empld. Ministry of Pensions. (W 4.) 

M.C. 
CARTER, Rev. J. F. Capt., Rifle Brigade and Gen. List 1896 

(O.C.B.) W2. 
CARTER, P. Capt., Worcestershire Regt.(T.F.) (W 2.) 1913 

M.C. Italian Croce di Guerra 

CARTER, W. R. Hon. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1881 

CARTWRIGHT, Rev. G. F. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1895 

CARVER, E. T. Major, R.A.S.C. M. 1903 

>^CASE, G. R. A. 2nd Lieut., S. Lanes'. Regt. 1914 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

CASEY, S. N. Lieut., R.F.A. [1914] 

^CASSWELL, E. D. S. Lieut., Rifle Brigade; attd. Army 1913 

Cyclist Corps; attd. R.F.C. (W 2.) 

Killed in action 7 Nov. 1917 

CAUSTON, Rev. L. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1892 

CAVENDISH-BUTLER, H. H. Capt., R. Inniskilling Fus.; 1903 

empld. Ministry of Munitions 
CAWSTON,E.P. Lieut.-Col., London Regt.(Q.V.R.) (W.) 1901 

A/2. 

CAYLEY, N. Lieut., R.G.A.; A.D.C. 1893 

CAZALET, M. H. Capt., R.A. (R. of O.) ; R.T.O. 1890 



240 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

CHADWICK, C. R. Lieut., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent 

Regt.) and Gen. Staff 
CHADWICK, J. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 
CHAMPION, C. C. Lieut.-Col., S. Lanes. Regt. (W 2.) 

D.S.O. M 3 . 
CHARLES, R. D. S. Capt., London Regt. (L.R.B.) ; empld. 

War Office. (W 2.) 

CHASE, Rev. F. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
CHESTER-MASTER, A. G. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. M.B.E. 

M. 

CHICHESTER, S. R. 2nd Lieut., R. Marines 
CHILD, S. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 
^CHILDE, C. M. Capt., Gloucestershire Regt. 

Died 22 March 1916 of wounds received in action 
^CHRISTMAS, D. V. Lieut., Suffolk Regt.; Staff Capt. 

Accidentally killed while on duty 25 Oct. 1915 
CHRISTOPHER, C. M. DE A. Lieut., R.F.A. 
^CHURCHMAN, C. H. Capt., Suffolk Regt. (Cyclist Bn., 

T.F.);attd.W. Yorks. Regt. 

Killed in action 3 May 1917 
CLARK, C. S. Capt., Suffolk Regt.; R.T.O. 
^CLARKE, A. P. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. 

Died 24 July 1915 of wounds received in action 22 July 



CLARKE, E. RUSSELL. Capt., Spec. List (Expert Adviser 1890 

to Naval Staff on Wireless Telegraphy). C.B.E.' 
CLARKE, G. T. K. Capt., R.A.S.C. 
CLARKE- WILLIAMS, F. Lieut., R.F.A. 
CLAYTON, Rev. G. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 
CLAYTON, L. J. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.) ; 1898 

empld. Recruiting Staff. (W.) 

CLAYTON, T. W. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1896 

CLEMENTS, Rev. W. D. Chaplain, R.N. 1899 

COATES,R.A. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1914 

COBBOLD, F. A. W. Major, R.G.A. (W.) D.S.O. M. 1901 
COBBOLD, G. W. N. 2nd Lieut., R.E. 1911 

COCHRANE, R. D. Lieut., London Regt. (Post Office 1911 

Rifles). (W.) 

COKE, R. A. S. Capt., Lanes. Fus. (W 2.) M.C. 1909 

COLAM, H. N. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1900 

COLE, C. L. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1904 

COLE, Rev. G. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

*COLEMAN, E. C. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1910 

Killed in action 2 April 1917 



PEMBROKE COLLEGE 241 

COLLETT, G. F. Lieut.-Col., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.) 1898 

D.S.O. Mi>. 

COLLETT, H. A. A. Lieut., Irish Gds. M.C. 1916 

COLLIER, Rev. F. H. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1901 

COLLINS, E. D. Capt., King's (Shropshire L.I.); empld. 1912 

Ministry of National Service. (W.) 
^COLLINS, V. ST B. Lieut. (O.), R.A.F. 1912 

Missing , presumed killed in action, 18 Sept. 1918 
COLMAN, D. M. Capt. and Adjt., R.G.A. 1904 

COLMAN, L. M. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) 1904 

COLVILLE, D. Capt., Fife and Forfar Yeo. M. 1909 

COMBER, H. G. Major, Unattd. List, T.F. ; G.S.O. 3 1890 

(Intelligence). D.S.O. M 3. Chevalier, Legion of 

Honour (France). Chevalier, Order of Leopold 

(Belgium). Order of St Stanislas, 2nd Class, with 

crossed swords (Russia). Officer, Order of the Crown of 

Roumania, with swords 

COMYN, A. F. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1899 

CONNOLLY, J. S. D'A. 2nd Lieut., Cheshire Regt. (W.) 1913 
COOK, J. W. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1917 

COOKE, F. F. Capt., Essex Regt. (W 2.) 1909 

COOKE, H. D'A. M. Capt., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey 1895 

Regt., T.F. Res.) and Gen. List (R. of O.) 
COOMBS, P. G. Capt., Northamptonshire Regt.(T.F.) ; 1910 

attd. M.G.C.; Lieut., R.G.A. 

COPELAND, A. J. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1913 

^CORDEUX, E. H. N. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. [1914] 

and Derby Regt., T.F.) 

Killed in action i Oct. 1915 
CORNAH, J. R. Lieut., Baluchistan Coy., Indian Defence 1888 

Force 
COSSAR, J. M. Capt., Middlesex Regt.(T.F.); empld. 1907 

Ministry of Munitions. Brevet Major, m. 
COULSON, N. Lieut., 8th (King's R. Irish) Hussars 1910 

COURTIS, A. O. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1909 

COURTNEY, G. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. m. 1880 

COUSINS, B. D. Cadet Sergt.-Instructor, R.E. (Signals) 1915 
^COWAN, C. J. A. Capt., R. Scots 1912 

Died 5 March 1918 of wounds received in action 
5<CowAN, R. C. 2nd Lieut., R. Scots 1913 

Killed in action 24 Oct. 1914 

COWLEY, R. B. Capt., York and Lancaster Regt. (W.) 1907 
CRESS WELL, C. E. Lieut., Herefordshire Regt. m. T 97 

CRICK, Rev. P. C.T. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D.;D.A.C.G. 1901 

C. U. W. L. l6 



242 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

CROCKFORD, L. C. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt. ; Major, 1906 

D.A.Q.M.G. M.C. Brevet Major. M 2. Italian 

Croce di Guerra 

CROFTON, J. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1902 

CROGHAN, E. H. Lieut., R.F.A. M.C. M2. 1911 

CROSBIE, R. E. H. Capt. and Adjt., R.A.S.C. 1905 

*JCROSBY, J. C. P. 2nd Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) 1900 

Died 21 Jan. 1918 of wounds received in action 
CROSSE, S. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 1906 

CROW, P. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) (W 4 .) D.S.O. M.C. 1909 

M. 
CRUM-EWING, N. R. Lieut., R. Fusiliers and M.G.C.; 1893 

attd. Section Sanitaire, French Army. French Croix 

de Guerre 

CRUMP, H. C. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1913 

CUMBERLAND, R. B. L. Capt., R.E. 1903 

GUMMING, J. H. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1903 

^CuRNOCK, G. A. Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1912 

Killed in action at Langemarck 14 Aug. 1917 
CUTHBERTSON, M. Major, R. Fusiliers and Gen. List 1900 

(Staff Capt.) M.C. M 2. 
CUTLACK, W. P. Lieut. -Col., Cambridgeshire Regt. 1900 

DALE, G. F. 2nd Lieut., 2nd Dragoon Gds. (Queen's 1917 

Bays) 

DALGLEISH, J. P. Lieut., R.G.A. M. 1912 

DALLEY, R. P. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. Sappers and Miners 1908 

DALTON, R. F. Corpl., R.E. [1914] 

DAMMERS, B. F. H. A.B., R.N.V.R. 1895 

DAMMERS, E. F. H. Capt., Dorset Regt.(T.F.) 1910 

DANIEL, T. W. Lieut.-Col., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1914 

and Derby Regt.) (W.) D.S.O. and Bar. M.C. Mz. 

DARBYSHIRE, N. A. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) 1915 

^DASHWOOD, C. B. L. Major, Northumberland Fus. 1891 

Died 26 April 1916 of wounds received in action 24 April 

1916 

DAvm,L.W. Capt., Glamorgan Yeo.; Capt. (Ad.), R.A.F. 1896 

DAVIDSON,}. Major, I.A.R.O.; Director of Blockade, 1897 

Mesopotamia. O.B.E. 

DAVIES, H. B. Capt., Manchester Regt. (W.) 1910 

DAVIES, R. G. M. Capt., Norfolk Regt. and Labour 1906 

Corps. (W.) M.C. 

DAVIES, T. H. Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1901 

DAW, W. F. B. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1908 



PEMBROKE COLLEGE 243 

DAWES, E. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Yeo. 1915 

DAWES, M. S. Cadet Sergt.-Instructor, R.E. (Signals) 1908 
DAWSON, Rev. E. C. Chaplain, R.N. 1908 

DAWSON, F. G. T. Fit. Lieut., R.N.A.S. 1911 

DAWSON, J. H. T. Lieut., Worcestershire Yeo. (P.) 1905 
DAY, G. W. L. Lieut., R.E.; Hon. Lieut. (O.), R.A.F. [1914] 
DAY, M. F. Lieut.-Col., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) and 1897 

Gen. Staff. M.C. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. M 4. m. 
*DEAN, J. H. E. Capt., Cheshire Regt. (W.) M.C. and 1913 
Bar 

Killed in action 27 May 1918 

DBAS, P. B. Major, R.A.S.C.(T.F.) O.B.E. M 2. 1893 

DE CHAZAL, Vicomte P. E. Lieut., R.A.S.C. and King's 1914 

African Rifles 

DE JERSEY, Rev. N. S. Hon. Chaplain, R.N.V.R. 1886 

*DE LA MOTHE, C. D. F. Lieut., R.N.V.R. (R.N.D.) M. 1907 

Killed in action at Beaumont Hamel 13 Nov. 1916 
DE PASS, E. A. Capt., London Yeo. (Sharpshooters); 1911 

Capt. (A.), R.A.F. (W.) 
DE SLUBICKI, J. M. M.G. Bty., Canadian Force; 2nd 1911 

Lieut., R.G.A. 

DEWEY, H. G. Major, R.F.A. (W 3.) M.C. M. 1913 

^DICKINSON, A. P. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt., 1910 
Liverpool Scottish, T.F.) M.C. 
Died i June 1918 of wounds received in action 
DICKINSON, G. F. Major, King's (Liverpool Regt., 1904 

Liverpool Scottish, T.F.); attd. Rifle Brigade. (W.) 
DICKSON, F. P. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1907 

DIRCKS, L. R. A. Capt., London Regt. (London Irish [1914] 

Rifles); Hon. Capt. (K.B.), R.A.F. (W2.) 
DIXON, H. H. Lieut., Dulwich College O.T.C. 1906 

DOBB, G. C. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) 1911 

DOBB, H. R. Major, R.A.S.C. O.B.E. M. 1909 

>*<DOBB, R. A. 2nd Lieut., R.H.A.; A.D.C.; Capt. and 1912 
Adjt., R.F.A. (W.) 

Died at Baghdad 22 Dec. 1917 of dysentery 
DODSON, A. D. H. Capt., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent 1013 

Regt.) (W.) 

DORESA, B. S. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W 2.) 1915 

*DOUGALL, E. S. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) M.C. 1905 

TP. <* " For most conspicuous bravery and skilful leader- 
ship in the field when in command of his battery. Captain 
Dougall maintained his guns in action from early morning 
throughout a heavy concentration of gas and high-ex- 

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244 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

plosive shell. Finding that he could not clear the crest 
owing to the withdrawal of our line, Captain Dougall ran 
his guns on to the top of the ridge to fire over open 
sights. By this time our infantry had been pressed back 
in line with the guns. Captain Dougall at once assumed 
command of the situation, rallied and organised the in- 
fantry, supplied them with Lewis guns, and armed as 
many gunners as he could spare with rifles. With these 
he formed a line in front of his battery, which during this 
period was harassing the advancing enemy with a rapid 
rate of fire. Although exposed to both rifle and machine 
gun fire, this officer fearlessly walked about as though on 
parade, calmly giving orders and encouraging everybody. 
He inspired the infantry with his assurance that " So long 
as you stick to your trenches I will keep my guns here." 
This line was maintained throughout the day, thereby 
delaying the enemy's advance for over twelve hours . In the 
evening, having expended all its ammunition, the battery 
received orders to withdraw. This was done by man- 
handling the guns over a distance of about 800 yards of 
-shell-cratered country, an almost impossible feat con- 
sidering the ground and the intense machine gun fire. 
Owing to Captain Dougall's personality and skilful leader- 
ship throughout this trying day there is no doubt that a 
serious breach in our line was averted. This gallant 
officer was killed four days later whilst directing the fire 
of his battery." Supplement to The London Gazette, 
4 June 1918. 
Killed in action 14 April 1918 

DOUGLAS, C. H. Capt., R.E.(T.F.) ; Major, R.A.F. (Tech- 1909 

nical Res.) 

^DOUGLAS, H. K. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. (Anson Bn., 1904 
R.N.D.) (W.) m. 
Died 21 May 1919 of illness contracted on active service 

DOUGLAS, Rev. R. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
^DOUGLASS- JAMES, W. Lieut., R.G.A. 

Died 25 Sept. 1915 of wounds received in action 

DOWNING, C. C. R. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 

DRAKE, A. W. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 

DRAKE, F. 2nd Lieut., Devon Regt. 

DREW, R. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 

^DRUMMOND, N. F. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps. M. 
Accidentally killed 20 Dec. 1916 

Du BERN, G. E. Lieut., R.G.A. 

DUKE, Rev. E. H. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 

DUKES, C. Sergt.-Major, Army Pay Corps 



PEMBROKE COLLEGE 245 

DUNBAR, Sir A. E., Bart. Major, W. Yorks. Regt. M.C. 1907 

M. 
DUNCAN, G. B. Major, i58th Bn., attd. yth Bn., Cana- 1899 

dianlnfy. (W.) 

DUNCAN, J. G. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. 5oth Kumaon Rifles 1901 
DUNKLEY, G. W. Capt., R. Marines; empld. Ordnance 1911 

Committee. O.B.E. 
^DUNSMURE, C. H. T. 2nd Lieut., Cameron Hdrs. 1913 

Killed in action in the Battle of Loos 25 Sept. 1915 
DUNSTAN, V. J. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1917 

DURRANT, H. B. See LAHORE, Bishop of 
DURST, C. S. Capt., R.E. (Fortress, T.F.) 1907 

BADE, C. Lieut., Res. Regt. of Cavalry and M.G.C. (Cav- 1909 

airy). M.C. 
^EDDISON, J. R. 2nd Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1908 

and Derby Regt., T.F.) 

Killed in action 22 April 1915 
EDEN, J. R. Lieut., S. Wales Borderers; Capt. R. Welsh 1911 

Fus. 

EDWARDS, J. S. Lieut., Fettes College O.T.C. 1899 

ELDER, A. L. Pte., London Regt. (W.) 1909 

ELIOT, E. F. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. Cavalier, Order of 1880 

the Crown of Italy 

ELISCHER, M. H. 2nd Lieut., Unattd. List, T.F. 1904 

ELLIOTT, C. P. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1914 

Derby Regt.) (W 2.) M.C. M. 

ELLIS, T. P. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1910 

ELPHINSTON, A. Lieut.-Col., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. 1898 

ELRINGTON-BISSET, Rev. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1878 

HKELRiNGTON-BissET, W. F. 2nd Lieut., Gordon Hdrs. 1907 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 
ELVERSON, J. H. Major, R.F.A.; empld. Ministry of 1900 

Munitions 
>I*ERSKINE, F. A. 2nd Lieut., R.M.L.I. M. [ I 9 I 4] 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 10 May 1915 
^EVANS, C. H. 2nd Lieut., Border Regt. 1910 

Died in German hands 26 Oct. 1914 of wounds received 

in action 

EVANS, F. R. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1910 

EVANS, P. D. Lieut., Northumberland Fus.; Capt., Labour 1900 

Corps 
EVANS, R. DU B. Capt., King's (Shropshire L.I.) (W.) 1910 

(P.) 



246 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

EVE, A. S. Colonel, Quebec Regt., Canadian Force. 1881 

C.B.E. 
EVERY-HALSTED, C. E. Major, King's Own (R. Lancaster 1877 

Regt.) and Spec. List (Recruiting Staff) 
*YRE, C. H. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1902 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 



, N. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1914 

Died 20 July 1916 of wounds received in action i July 

1916 
FAIR, C. H. Lieut.-Col., London Regt. (St Pancras Bn.) ; 1904 

empld. O.C.B. D.S.O. M. 

FALCON, J. H. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) M. 1911 

FALCON, M. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) M. 1907 

FALLE, Sir B. G., Bart., M.P. Major, R.F.A. and Spec. 1879 

List; Staff Lieut. 

FARGUS, Rev. A. H. C. Chaplain, R.N. 1898 

FARRAR, Rev. E. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1885 

FARRAR, F. P. Foreign Legion, French Army ^94- 

FAVELL, N. B. Capt., Rifle Brigade; attd. R.E. M. 1905 

FAWELL, C. L. Lieut., R.N.V.R. (Coastal Motor-boat 1901 

Service). D.S.C. 

FAWELL, S. H. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1904 

FEILING, A. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1903 

FERNIE, Rev. E. H. C.F, 4th Class, Australian Chaplains' 1901 

Dept. Mz. 
FFRENCH, W. K. P. Lieut.-Col., S. Wales Borderers. 1898 

M.C. Brevet Major. M 3. 
^FIELDING- JOHNSON, H. G. Corpl., R.E. (Signals) 1913 

Missing, presumed killed in action, 23 Aug. 1914 
^FIENNES, J. E. Capt., Gordon Hdrs. (W.) 

Died iSJune 1917 of wounds received in action 17 June 

1917 

FIGGIS, B. E. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1888 

FIGGIS, J. M. Capt., Labour Corps. M. 1896 

FINDLAY, C. W. McD. Major and Adjt., Gordon Hdrs. 1891 

(R. ofO.) m. 

FISK, A. A. Capt., Cheshire Regt. M. 1902 

FLEMING, A. L. Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. ; Capt. (A.), 1910 

R.A.F. (W2.) M.C. 

FLETCHER, W. G. Major, R.F.A. (W.) 1908 

FLINN, O. S. Lce.-Corpl., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) ; Capt., 1902 

The Queen's (R. W. Surrey Regt.) and Gen. Staff 

(Intelligence). (W.) 



PEMBROKE COLLEGE 247 

G. H. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1903 

Died 13 Oct. 1915 of wounds received in action in 

Gallipoli 12 Oct. 1915 

FORMAN, H. Lieut., S. Wales Borderers. (W.) (P.) 1907 

FORMAN, Rev. T. P. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1904 

^FOSDICK, J. H. Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1913 

Died 3 1 July 1915 of wounds received in action at Hooge 

30 July 1915 

FOULGER, H. C. Capt., R. Fusiliers; attd. King's African 1910 

Rifles 
^FOWLIE, J. L. Lieut., Highland L.I. [ I 9 I 4] 

Killed in action 23 April 1917 

*Fox, A. S. 2nd Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) 1912 

Killed in action 13 Oct. 1915 
Fox, D. S. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and [1914] 

Derby Regt.); Hon. Lieut. (O.), R.A.F. (W 2.) (P.) 

FOX-STRANGWAYS, W. A. Suez Local Rifles 1906 

FRANCIS, J. C. W. Major, i9th Hussars. (W 2.) M 3. 1907 

Belgian Croix de Guerre 

FRANCIS, K. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1903 

FRANCIS, R. Cadet Sergt.-Instructor, R.E. (Signals) 1902 

FRANKLIN, C. R. Instructor, Australian Navy J 97 

FRANKLIN, F. B. Lieut., R.G. A.; empld. Admiralty 1892 

FRANKLIN, R. P. 2nd Lieut., Australian F.A. 1904 

FRASER, A. A. Capt. and Adjt., R.A.S.C. M.C. 1913 

^ERASER, A. L. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. I 97 

Died i July 1917 of wounds received in action 

FRASER, D. P. Capt., Canterbury Regt., N. Zealand 1896 

Force. M. 

^FRASER, R. Capt., Rifle Brigade 1908 

Killed in action i July 1916 

FRECHEVILLE, G. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 1908 

FREEMAN, C. R. Major, Northumberland Fus. (W 2.) 1912 

D.S.O. M.C. M 3 . 

FREEMAN, H. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. (W.) 1912 

FREEMAN, W. H. Major, W. Yorks. Regt. M.C. and Bar 1910 

FRERE, J. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1895 

FRITH, Rev. J. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1902 

FROST, Rev. N. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1898 

FULLALOVE, A. L. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1909 

, W. G. Corpl., R.E. (Signals) ; Capt., Spec. List 1909 
(Intelligence); attd. Rifle Brigade. M.C. M 2. 
Killed in action 24 March 1918 



248 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

GAMMELL, J. A. H. Major, R.F.A.; G.S.O. 2, War ion 

Office; Lieut.-Col., S.O. i, R.A.F. (W 2.) D.S.O. 

M.C. M 7. Cavalier, Order of the Crown of Italy. 

Order of Karageorge, tfh Class, with swords (Serbia) 
GAMMELL, S. J. Capt., R.G.A. 1886 

GARDINER-HILL, C. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1910 

GARDINER-HILL, H. Capt., R.A.M.C.; attd. R.A.F. 1009 

O.B.E. M. 
GARDNER, J. H. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.; Major, 1007 

M.G.C. (W.) 
GARDNER-BROWN, Rev. F. S. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1000 

(W.) 
^GARDNER-BROWN, J. G. G. Indian Defence Force 1895 

Died 1 8 May 1917 of small-pox 

GARNETT, C. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps 1888 

GARNETT, D. G. Surgeon Prob., R.N.V.R. 1915 

GARNETT, J. N. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) ; Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1909 



W. P. Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt.; attd. 1913 

R.F.C. 

Killed in action 30 March 1917 

GARRARD, N. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1906 

GARRETT, G. D. Lieut., R.N.V.R. (W.) Chevalier, 1909 

Military Order of Avis (Portugal) 
^GARRETT, H. F. Capt., E. Yorks. Regt. 1904 

Killed in action at Suvla Bay 22 Aug. 1915 
^GARRETT- SMITH, L. 2nd Lieut., R.E. 1905 

Died 31 July 1915 of wounds received in action in the 

Ypres Salient 30 July 1915 
GASKELL, C. H. Capt., Wiltshire Regt. (W.) M.C. 1905 

Chevalier, Ordre du Merite Agricole (France) 
GATES, C. Lieut., R.F.A. 1913 

GEARE,J.W.A. Capt., London Yeo. (Middlesex Hussars); 1008 

A.D.C. M. 

GEAVES, W. L. Cadet, O.C.B. 1914 

GEDGE, Rev. A. A. L. C.F. ist Class, R.A.C.D. 1876 

GEMMELL, K. T. Capt., Spec. List (Intelligence). M.C. 1902 

M 2. Chevalier, Legion of Honour (France) 
GETHING, J. E. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1903 

GIBBINS, N. M. Lieut., R. Dublin Fus. and Gen. Staff. 1900 

(W.) 
^ GIBBS, B. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade. M.C. M. 1912 

Killed in action 6 July 1915 
GIBERNE, H. B. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1903 



PEMBROKE COLLEGE 249 

, J. G. 2nd Lieut., Cameron Hdrs. (W.) 1911 

Died in Germany 12 Sept. 1917 of wounds received in 

action 31 July 1917 

GIBSON, R. J. T. Lieut., Devon Regt.(T.F.) 1902 

GIBSON, T. G. Major, W. Yorks. Regt. (W.) M. 1905 

GIDLOW- JACKSON, C. W. Capt., R.E. (W.) M. Order 1908 

of St Anne, ^rd Class, with swords (Russia) 
*GIELGUD, H. L. F. A. Lieut.-Col., Norfolk Regt. (W.) 1900 

M.C. 

Killed in action 30 Nov. 1917 
GILDEA, Sir J., K.C.V.O., C.B. Hon. Colonel, R. Warwick- 1855 

shire Regt. G.B.E. 
^GiLES, E. Capt. and Adjt., London Regt. (R. Fus.) 1912 

Died 1 6 July 1916 of wounds received in action 
GILLAN, G. V. B. Major, 9th Gurkha Rifles, Indian 1909 

Army. Brevet Major. M. 
^GILLIES, C. P. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.; Capt., 1911 

M.G.C. M.C. 

Died 5 May 1916 of wounds received in action 25 April 

1916 
GILLIGAN, A. E. R. Capt., Lanes. Fus. and Gen. List 1914 

(P. and B.T. Staff) 
GISBORNE, L. G. Lieut.-Col., R.F.A.(T.F.) C.M.G. 1885 



GODLEE, S. Capt., R.G.A. (W 2.) 1902 

GODSON, F. P. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt.; Capt., Spec. 1906 

List (cmdg. Tunnelling Coy., R.E.) M.C. 
GOLDING, H. C. Capt., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1911 

Regt., T.F.); attd. T.M.B.; Capt., Spec. List 

(cmdg. Sound-ranging Section, R.E.) (W.) M.C. 

M$. 

GOLDSCHMIDT, W. N. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1912 

GOLDSMITH, E. O. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1910 

GOOCH, C. T. 2nd Lieut., R.E. 1907 

GOOCH, K. T. Staff Capt.; Major, R.F.A. M.C. 1912 

GOODALL, H. M. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. 1915 

GOODMAN, B. M. 2nd Lieut., S. African Force 1911 

^GORDON, A. J. M. Capt., London Regt. (Queen's West- 1914 

minster Rifles) 

Killed in action 27 Nov. 1917 

GORDON, A. S. Capt., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) M 2. 1907 

GORDON, R. E. C. Lieut., Gordon Hdrs.; attd. Cameron 1908 

Hdrs. (W.) 
GORDON, S. Capt., I.M.S. M.C. M. 1903 






250 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

iGoRELL- BARNES, C. R. Capt. and Adit., Rifle Brigade; [1914! 

G.S.0. 3 . D.S.O. M.C. M 2 . 

Died 21 April 1918 of wounds received in action 5 April 

1918 

GOULD, H. F. Lieut., R.F.A. 1906 

GOULD, K. L. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1896 

GOULD BUTSON, H. S. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1902 

COVER, Rev. C. E. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

Gow, L. H. Capt., R. Glasgow Yeo.; A.D.C.; Staff 1910 

Lieut. M. 
^GRAHAM, M. H. Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. 1913 

Killed in action at Givenchy 15 June 1915 
GRAHAM, W. J. Capt., Gordon Hdrs.; Staff Capt.; 1909 

Deputy Asst. Controller of Salvage. (W.) M.C. M2. 

Chevalier , Ordre de la Couronne (Belgium] 
GRANT, G. N. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1915 

GRANT, R. M. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1908 

*GRANT, W. ST C. Capt., Cameron Hdrs. (W.) M.C. 1913 

Belgian Croix de Guerre 

Killed in action 26 Sept. 1918 
GRAY, R. E. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. Greek Medal for 1897 

Military Merit, tfh Class 

GRAY, W. S. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) M. 1910 

GRAYSON, D. H. H. Lieut., Irish Gds. and Gds. M.G. 1912 

Regt. 
^GREENHILL,T.W. Lieut., 4th (R. Irish) Dragoon Gds. M. 1911 

Killed in action n Feb. 1916 

GREER, H. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1901 

GREGSON, P. Lieut., R.G.A. M. 1910 

GRENSIDE, C. F. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1903 

GRIER, S. M. Lieut., Nigerian Land Contingent 1897 

GRIERSON, H. Capt., Northamptonshire Regt. (W.) 1910 

GRIFFIN, Rev. T. N. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1894 

^GROSE-HODGE, D. E. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt. 1911 

Killed in action near Ypres 24 April 1915 

GROSE-HODGE, H. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. Cavalry 1910 

GUGGENHEIM, H. F. Lieut., United States Naval Res. 1911 

!<GUILLEBAUD, E. C. 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. 1912 

Died 1915 of illness contracted on active service 
GUNN, J. D. Major, R.A.M.C. 1902 

GUNNING, C. S. 2nd Lieut., I.A.R.O. 1908 

HACKING, E. M. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1901 
Derby Regt.) ; attd. Rifle Brigade (T.F.) (W.) 



PEMBROKE COLLEGE 251 

, P. S. Capt., Northamptonshire Regt. (W 2.) [1914] 

M.C. 

Died 2$ Oct. 1918 of septic pneumonia following influenza 
*HAIG-BROWN, A. R. Lieut. -Col., Middlesex Regt. (W2.) 1896 

D.S.O. M2. 

Killed in action 25 March 1918 
HALE, E. N. Capt., Black Watch (T.F.) ; G.S.O. 3. (W.) 1889 

M. French Croix de Guerre 

HALES, H. W. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1909 

HALL, G. E. Capt., R. Scots; Major, G.S.O. 2. M.C. 1909 

Brevet Major. M \. Greek Medal for Military 

Merit, yd Class 
*HALL, H. S. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1899 

Died 14 March 1915 of pneumonia 

HALL, J. B. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1884 

HALL, R. Capt., nth Bn., Australian Infy.; Staff Capt. 1896 

M.C. M2. 

HALL-SMITH, P. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1899 

HAMMICK, H. A. Capt., Manchester Regt.(T.F.) ; Major, 1900 

Spec. List. (W.) M.C. M 2. 
HAMPSHIRE, C.D. Capt., R.Berkshire Regt. (T.F.) (W.) 1896 

M.C. 

HANHART, A. A. Capt., R.G.A. 1898 

HANKEY, Rev. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1896 

HANNINGTON, Rev. J. E. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1896 
HARGREAVES, Rev. H. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1899 
HARGREAVES, Rev. H. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1909 

M.C. 

HARGREAVES, Rev. W. F. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1902 

HARKE, S. L. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1895 

*HARKER, G. C. W. Capt., London Regt. (Rangers). (W.) 1910 

M.C. 

Died i Dec. 1917 of wounds received in action 27 Nov. 

1917 
HARKNESS, H. L. Capt., S. and T. Corps, Indian Army; 1897 

attd. R.F.C. 
HARLING, R. W. Capt., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. (T.F.); 1890 

G.S.O. 3. 

HARPER, K. J. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. i2th Cavalry 1900 

HARRIS, C. R. Lieut., Middlesex Regt.(T.F.) 1911 

HARRIS, J. C. N. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1910 

HARRIS, W. B. Lieut., Gen. List, attd. R.E. (Signals) 1908 
HARRIS, W. E. Lieut., Northumberland Fus.(T.F.) 1909 

(W2.) 



252 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

HARRISON, G. R. D. Major, Montgomeryshire Yeo. 1896 

HARTCUP, J. A. Capt. and Adit., E. Yorks. Regt. ; Major, 1908 

S.0.2, R.A.F. (W.) 
HARVEY, G. H. Lieut.-Col., R.A.S.C. D.S.O. M 5. 1896 

French Croix de Guerre 

HARVEY, N. R. Capt., Rifle Brigade 1914 

HASLAM, W. A. 2nd Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1899 

HASLUCK, R. FF. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. Sappers and 1910 

Miners. M. 
*HATCH, L. C. Lieut., Durham L.I. 1912 

Killed in action 27 Sept. 1915 

HATT-COOK, G. Major, Cheshire Regt.(T.F.) 1901 

HAVELL, C. C. W. Lieut., Suffolk Regt.(T.F.) ; Capt., [1914] 

Spec. List (cmdg. T.M.B.) M.C. M 2. 
^HAYWARD, C. O. Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt.; attd. R.F.C. 1912 

Killed in action near Ledeghem 17 Jan. 1916 
HEALING, J. A. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt.; Major, 1892 

Manchester Regt. (W.) M.C. 

HEARD, N. Major, R.E. 1903 

HEARFIELD, T. Pte., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) 1899 
HEATH, A. F. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1912 

Derby Regt.) (W 2.) 

HEATH, R. J. Lieut., R.A.S.C. M.B.E. 1911 

*HEATHCOCK, T. Capt., E. Yorks. Regt. 1912 

Killed in action 10 July 1916 

HEESOM, K. E. 2nd Lieut., R.E. (W.) 1916 

^HEMMANT, M. Capt., Rifle Brigade 1906 

Kitted in action 14 Aug. 1917 
HEMUS, W. L. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt. and Wor- 1913 

cestershire Regt. (W T 2.) 

HENKEL, W. E. G. Capt., Middlesex Regt. (W.) 1910 

HERDMAN- NEWTON, C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1909 

HERDMAN-NEWTON, R. H. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. M. 1905 

*HERIZ-SMITH, A. J. C. Lieut., Devon Regt.(T.F.) 1897 

Killed in action in Mesopotamia 8 March 1916 
HERIZ-SMITH, Rev. E. E. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 
*HERVEY, D. F. Lieut., Norfolk Regt.(T.F.) 1914 

Died 17 May 1917 of wounds received in action 19 April 

1917 
*HERVEY, G. A. Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.) 1900 

Killed in action 8 Aug. 1917 

HESKETH, G. E. Lieut., R.G.A. 1900 

HEYCOCK, M. S. Capt., Rifle Brigade and R.E. (Signals). 1903 

(W2.) M.C. 



PEMBROKE COLLEGE 253 

HEYLAND, H. M. Major, King's Royal Rifle Corps; 1909 

Lieut.-CoL, M.G.C. (W 2.) D.S.O. M 2. 

HEYN, R. G. Major (A.), R.A.F. O.B.E. m. 1907 

*HEYWOOD, L. J. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers 1906 

Killed in action 20 July 1916 

HIGGINS, C. A. Lieut., Rifle Brigade; Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 1905 

(Aircraft Production Dept.) (W.) 

HILES, M. Capt., Wiltshire Regt.(T.F.) and Spec. List. 1902 

O.B.E. m 2. 

HILL, G. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1909 

HILL, G. B. Major, R.A.S.C.(M.T.) O.B.E. M 2. 1893 

HILL, R. N. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1916 

HILLS, W. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1896 

*HiND, C. R. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. M. 1912 

Killed in action 30 May 1916 

HINDE, Rev. H. W. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1896 

HINMERS, J. R. Major, King's (Shropshire L.I.) (W 3.) [1914] 

M.C. French Croix de Guerre 

*HINNELL, T. S. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt.(T.F.) 1912 

Killed in action 12 Aug. 1915 

HIRD, F. L. Lieut., E. Surrey Regt.(T.F.); Lieut. (A.), 1915 

R.A.F. M.C. 

HISCOTT, G. S. Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 1915 

HISCOTT, L. S. Pte., H.A.C. ; Lieut., R.G.A. ; Lieut. (Ad.), 1912 

R.A.F. (W.) 

HITCHCOCK, W. H. L. Lieut., S. Wales Borderers (T.F.) 1904 

*HOARE, A. B. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1901 

Killed in action near Poelcapelle 26 Oct. 1917 

HOBBS, E. N. B. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1903 

HODGE, J. D. V. Bengal Light Horse, Indian Defence 1906 

Force 

HODSON, G. S. Lieut., R.E. (Signals, T.F.) 1914 

HODSON, R. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 1905 

HOLBERTON, T. E. Lieut., R.H.A.(T.F.) M.C. and Bar. 1901 

M. 

HOLDER, N. F. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. and Tank 1903 
. Corps. (W.) 

HOLMAN,RCV. J.H.T. Pte., Canadian A.M.C.; Chaplain, 1896 

Canadian Force. MM. 

HOME, C. F. M. Capt., Welsh Regt. 1910 

HOOPER, R. G., D.S.O. Major, E. Riding of Yorkshire Yeo. 1892 

HOPLEY, F. J. V. Capt., Grenadier Gds. ; empld. R.M.C., 1902 

Sandhurst. (W.) D.S.O. M. 

HORNE, J. W. Lieut., R.F.A. 1899 



254 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

HORNER, M. S. Pte., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1913 

HORNIDGE, D. G. P. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1900 

HOTBLACK, G. F. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. M. 1901 

HOTHAM, J. C. Major, 4th Cavalry, Indian Army; Supt. 1900 

of Remounts 

HOUSLEY, C. 2nd Lieut., R. Defence Corps 1890 

^HOWARD, C. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. O.B.E. M 2. 1893 

Killed in action in E. Africa 6 Sept. 1918 

HOWE, J. C. Lieut., R.G.A. ; empld. War Office 1902 

*HOYLE, H. K. 2nd Lieut., Lanes Fus.(T.F.) [1914] 

Killed in action in Gallipoli i May 1915 
*HOYLE, J. B. Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. M.C. 1911 

Killed in action i July 1916 
HuBBUCK,R.E. Lieut., R.F.A.; empld. Ministry of Muni- 1906 

tions 

HUDSON, L. C. A. Lieut., E. Surrey Regt. and Gen. List 1898 
HUDSON, Rev. R. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1882 

HUDSON-KINAHAN, G. F. Lieut.-Col., Durham L.I.; 1898 

attd. Egyptian Army. C.B.E. M 2. 

HUGGAN, G. H. Capt., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt.) [1914] 
HUGHES, M. B. Paymaster Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1904 

HUGHES, N. W. Lieut., Rifle Brigade and R.F.A. (W.) 1912 
HUGHES, T. W. G. J. Capt., N. Irish Horse. M. 1908 

HULBERT, C. G. K. Capt., R.E.; R.T.O. 1906 

HUME, W. E. Colonel, A.M.S. C.M.G. M 2. 1897 

^HUMPHREYS, D. F. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 1909 

2nd Lieut., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey Regt.) 

Died 1 6 May 1915 of wounds received in action near 

Ypres 
HUNTER, J. DE G. Trooper, United Provinces Horse, 1900 

Indian Defence Force; Capt., Mesopotamia Survey 

Party 

HUTCHINSON, E. H. P. Capt., R. Guernsey Militia 1890 

^HUTCHISON, D. H. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (Queen's [1914] 

Westminster Rifles) 

Killed in action 9-10 Aug. 1915 

IBBOTSON, A. W. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. Indian Defence 1905 

Force; Staff Capt. M.C. M.B.E. 
IGGLESDEN, R. S. Capt. and Adjt., The Buffs (E. Kent 1908 

Regt.); Capt., Labour Corps 

INGPEN, W. F. Lieut., R.F.A. (R. of O.) 1896 

INNES, W. K. Capt., King's Own Scottish Borderers; 1912 

Brigade Major. (W 2.) D.S.O. M. 



PEMBROKE COLLEGE 255 

IRONSIDE, R. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1898 

SAAC, D. C. Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt.; Capt., M.G.C. 1912 

(W.) M. 

Killed in action 10 April 1917 
IZARD, K. H. 2nd Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. and Norfolk 1906 

Regt. 

JACKSON, C. B. A. Capt., Suffolk Yeo.; A.D.C.; Staff 1900 

Capt. M.C. M. 
JACKSON, I. Capt. and Adjt., E. Yorks. Regt.; Staff 1904 

Capt. (W2.) M.C. 
JACKSON, W. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1889 

Derby Regt.) 
JAMES, J. N. A. Capt., S. Wales Borderers and Gen. List 1910 

(R.T.O.) 

JAMESON, G. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1907 

^JAQUES, A. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. 1907 

Killed in action 27 Sept. 1915 

JENKINSON, C. H. Capt., R.G.A. 1901 

JENNINGS, C. Capt., Leicestershire Regt. and Gen. List. 1900 



JEPHSON, P. H. R. Capt., E. Surrey Regt.; Major, 1906 

M.G.C. and Gen. Staff. (W.) O.B.E. m. 

JEPSON, A. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1904 

JOHNSON, G. S. Capt., 6ist Pioneers, Indian Army. 1910 

M.C. M. 

^JOHNSON, M. R. W. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. R.G.A. 1907 

Killed in action in Mesopotamia 28 June 1918 

JOHNSON, W. L. Major, R.A.M.C. 1905 

* JOHNSTON, B. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1898 

Killed in action 3 Sept. 1916 

JOHNSTONE, C. P. Lieut., Highland L.I. (W.) [1914] 

JOHNSTONE,R.O.S. Pte.,H.A.C.; Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 1913 

JONES, C. R. SELOUS. Corpl., R.E.; Lieut., R.G.A. 1913 

JONES, H. K. Gnr., R.G.A. 1902 

JONES, J. S. Trooper, Strathcona's Horse, Canadian Force 1907 

JORDAN, H. R. Major, Devon Regt.; attd. King's Own 1902 

(Yorkshire L.I.) M. 

JUCKES, R. Capt., R.E. (W.) M.C. M. 1911 

KANN, P. W. G. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.); 1017 

Capt., Tank Corps. (W.) 

*KEATS, F. T. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. 1911 
Killed in action 25 May 1916 



256 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

KELSEY, L. R. Capt., S. African Horse Artillery 1894 

KEMBLE, H. M. Major, R.G.A. D.S.O. M. " 1896 

KENDALL, H. B. Capt. and Adjt., R.F.A.(T.F.) M. 1904 

KENDALL, Rev. H. E. Chaplain, R.N. O.B.E. 1907 

KENNEDY, G. H. Sergt., Signal Corps, United States 1913 

Army 

KENSINGTON, H. LE G. Lieut., Rifle Brigade. (W.) IQOC 

KENYON, H. G. Major, R.F.A. (W 2 .) M. 1899 

KEOWN, R. W. Capt. and Adjt., The Buffs (E. Kent 1912 

Regt.) and Gen. List (Staff Capt.) M.C.andEar. M. 

KERR, P, W. Capt. and Adjt., R.F.A. (W.) 1904 

^KEWNEY, Rev. G. S. Chaplain and Instructor, R.N. 1892 

Killed in action in the Battle of Jutland 31 May 1916 

KEYMER, Rev. B. N. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. M 2. 1890 

KEYMER, Rev. B. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. O.B.E. 1894 

M. 

KEYNES, G. L. Major, R.A.M.C. M. 1906 

KIDD, E. L. Capt., R.F.A. 1908 

KIDD, L. S. Lieut., R.E. 1912 

KIDSTON, R. A. P. R. Capt., R.F.A. M. 1912 

KING, H. H. Lieut., R.N.V.R.; attd. R.N.A.S. 1898 

KING, R. H. Gnr., H.A.C.; Capt. and Adjt., R.F.A. M. 1911 

KINLOCH, Rev. M. W. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. O.B.E. 1884 

M. m. 

^KINNACH, S. J. 2nd Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. (W.) 1913 

Killed in action 15 July 1916 

KIRBY, H. R. Lieut., M.G.C. 1908 

KIRKBY,N. W. Lieut.,Yorkshire Regt.(T.F.) ; Lieut. (O.), 1908 

R.A.F. 

KNIGHT, C. M. 2nd Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) ; 1913 

Capt., M.G.C. and Tank Corps. (W.) M.C. 

KNIGHT, P. D. Capt., Spec. List (Asst. Supt., Remount 1899 

Sqdns.) 

>^KNIGHTON, G. G. Major, Oxford and Bucks. L.I. M. 1906 

Died 30 April 1917 of wounds received in action near 

Arras 28 April 1917 

KNOWLES, F. Capt., R.F.A. M.C. M. Cavalier, 1910 

Order of the Crown of Italy 

LAGDEN, L. A. Lieut., Rifle Brigade [ I 9 I 4] 

LAGDEN, R. B. Major, Rifle Brigade. (W.) M.C. 1911 

LAHORE, Bishop of. Chaplains' Dept., Indian Army. 1890 

C.B.E. Mz. 

LAKIN, E. L. Lieut., R.G.A. 1898 



PEMBROKE COLLEGE 257 

LAMBERT, J. E. H. Capt., King's African Rifles. M.C. 1909 

LAMBERTON, A. R. Lieut., Highland L.I. (W.) M.C. 191 

LANCASTER, H. Lieut., London Regt. (Finsbury Rifles) 189 

LANCHESTER, Rev. H. C. O. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1896 

LANE, S. F. B. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1902 

LANE-CLAYPON, J. C. 2nd Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt.; 1900 

Lieut., Gen. List. (W.) 

LANGTON, Rev. H. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1895 

LARNER, Rev. H. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1885 

LARPENT, J. P. G. DE H. Capt. and Adjt., R. Fusiliers; 1906 

Capt., Gen. List 

LATHAM,P.H. Major, Haileybury College O.T.C. Brevet 1891 

Major, m. 

LAToucHE,W.F.D. Capt. and Adjt., Border Regt.(T.F.) [1914] 

(W.) m. 

LATTEY, H. P. T. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. yth Gurkha 1902 

Rifles. (W2.) 

LAURANCE, J. B. Capt., Huntingdonshire Cyclist Bn. 1908 

LAW, C. Lieut., Devon Regt. ; attd. Worcestershire Regt. 1909 

*LAW, H. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade; Lieut., R. Welsh 1911 

Fus. M2. 

Died 21 July 1915 of wounds received in action lojune 

19*5 

LAWRENCE, H. R. Major, 84th Punjabis and Super- 1897 

numerary List, Indian Army. M. 
^LAWRENCE, J. R. M. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); 2nd 1913 

Lieut., E. Surrey Regt. 

Killed in action 16 Aug. 1916 

LAWRENCE, T. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. 1903 

LAWSON, C. G. Lieut., R.N.V.R. M. 1904 

LAWSON, J. C. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. O.B.E. M. 1893 

Cavalier, Order of the Redeemer, Greece. Greek Medal 

for Military Merit, yd Class 

LAWSON- WALTON, A. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade. (W.) 1913 
LEA, E. I. Major, R. Warwickshire Regt. (T.F.) ; Lieut.- 1897 

Col., A.Q.M.G. M.C. T.D. M 3 . Chevalier, 

Legion of Honour (France) 
LEACH, C.DEL. Capt., Rifle Brigade; A.D.C. M. 1914 

Order of the Redeemer, $th Class (Greece) 

LEACH LEWIS, A. F. Major, R.East Kent Yeo.; D.A.A.G. 1901 
LEACROFT, J. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. M.C. and Bar 1907 

LE BRASSEUR, J. H. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) 1910 

LE BROCQ, C. N. Surgeon Capt., R. Jersey Med. Corps; 1897 

attd. R.A.M.C. 

C.U.W.L. 17 



258 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

LEDWARD, C. H. Lieut., R.G.A. 

LEDWARD, E. F. Capt., Suffolk Regt. ; Major, Tank Corps. 

(W2.) 

LEE, H. F. Capt., Epsom College O.T.C. 
LEE-NORMAN, F. T. Capt. and Adjt., R.E. M.C. M. 
LEES, A. Lieut., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent Regt.); 

Lieut. (O.), R.A.F. (W.) (P.) M. 
^LEGGETT, H. A. Major, Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 

Derby Regt.) and Gen. List. (W.) 

Died 3 March 1920 of the effects of trench fever 
*LEIGH, E. H. Lieut., Rifle Brigade. M. 

Killed in action at Fromelles 9 May 1915 
LESLIE, L. D. A. Cadet, O.C.B. 
LETCHWORTH, G. H. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
^LEVINSTEIN, G. E. Lieut., Manchester Regt. 

Killed in action 12 Oct. 1916 
LEVY, L. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 
*LEY, C. F. A. Capt., S. Notts. Hussars ; attd. R.F.C. (W.) 

Killed in flying accident 10 March 1918 
LEY, R. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
LIGHT, D. O. Capt., R.A.S.C. (W.) (P.) M. 
LING, H. W. Lieut., R. Fusiliers. (W.) M.B.E. 
LINSLEY, A. R. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 
LISTER, A. V. Lieut., London Regt. (R. Fus.) ; attd. Wilt- 
shire Regt. (W.) 

LISTER, W. K. Capt., R.G.A.(T.F.) (W.) 
LITCHFIELD, Rev. W. G. Chaplain and Instructor Cdr., 

R.N. 
LITTLEJOHN, H. A. Major, R.F.A. ; attd. Egyptian Army. 

(W.) M.C. Order of the Nile, tfh Class (Egypt) 
^LIVESEY, A. G. H. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 
LLOYD, M. A. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 
KLocK, W. A. Lieut., Wiltshire Regt. 

Killed in action in the Battle of Loos 25 Sept. 1915 
^LONGMAN, F. Lieut., R. Fusiliers. (W.) 

Killed in action 18 Oct. 1914 
LONGRIDGE, R. B. Lieut., i6th Lancers; A.P.M.; Capt., 

S.0. 3 ,R.A.F. 

LONGRIGG, G. E. Capt., N. Somerset Yeo. (W.) 
LOVELESS, M. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
LOVELESS, W. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W2.) M.C. 
LOWE, C. N. Capt., R.A.S.C.; Capt. (A.), R.A.F. (W.) 

M.C. D.F.C. 



PEMBROKE COLLEGE 259 

LOWE, W. D. Major, W. Yorks. Regt.; Lieut.-Col., 1898 
E. Lanes. Regt. and Durham L.I. D.S.O. M.C. 

LOWE, W. W Lieut., Malvern College O.T.C. 1893 

LOWNDES, W. P. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.; Lee.- 1910 

Corpl., H.A.C. (W2.) 
*LOWRY, S. H. Capt., Hertfordshire Regt. M.C. 1907 

Killed in action 31 July 1917 
LUCAS, G. F. Capt., Yorkshire Regt.; Hon. Capt. (T.), 1897 

R.A.F. M. 
LUCAS, R. B. Lieut., Res. Regt. of Cavalry ; A.D.C.; Staff 1893 

Capt. M. 
LUKER, R. Lieut.-Col., Lanes. Fus.; A.A.G. C.M.G. 1897 

M.C. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. M 6. 

LUKER, S. G. Major, R.A.M.C. M. 1900 

LUMSDEN, H. B. Lieut., R. Scots; Capt., Spec. List. 1903 

M.C. 
LUMSDEN, R. Capt., Gordon Hdrs. (W.) M.C. French 1912 

Croix de Guerre 
*LYLE, T. B. 2nd Lieut., Black Watch [1914] 

Killed in action 9 May 1915 
LYSTER, A. ST G. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. Sappers and 1906 

Miners; Cmdt., Labour Corps. M. 

*McAFEE, L. A. Capt., Rifle Brigade. (W.) 1907 

Killed in action at Hooge 30 July 1915 

MACARTNEY, M. H. H. Lieut., Spec. List (R.T.O.) 1899 

MACBRAYNE, L. Cdr., R.N.V.R. O.B.E. 1885 

MCCLELAND, N. P. K. J. O'N. Capt., Queen's Own 1906 

(R.W. Kent Regt.); Chemical Adviser. (W.) M. 
MACDONALD, G. K. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1908 

and Derby Regt.) ; Capt. (A.), R.A.F. ; Major, S.0. 2. 

(W.) 

MACDONALD, N. J. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1913 

MACDONALD, S. H. Capt., Cameron Hdrs. (W.) 1911 

*McDouGALL, R. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 1908 

Killed in action 20 Oct. 1914 
McGRiGOR, A. M. Capt., Gloucestershire Yeo.; A.D.C. 1906 

O.B.E. Mz. Chevalier, Military Order of Avis 

(Portugal) 

MAC!LWAINE, G. W. Lieut., Res. Regt. of Cavalry. (W.) 1913 
^MACKENZIE, G. M. Capt., Seaforth Hdrs. (W.) 1908 

Killed in action 21 April 1916 

MACKENZIE, Sir J. K. D., Bart. Lieut., R.N.V.R 1877 

172 



260 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

MACKENZIE, R. S. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt.(T.F.) 1906 

m. 
MACKENZIE, R. T. H. Capt., Bombay Bn., Indian De- 1906 

fence Force 
MACKERN, G. T. G. Capt., R. Irish Fus.; empld. War 1911 

Office 
M'LACHLAN, T. K. Capt., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. [1914] 

(T.F.) (W.) 
MACLAREN, J. F. P. Lieut., Ayrshire Yeo. ; attd. R. Scots 1914 

Fus.; Lieut., (A.), R.A.F. M. 

MACLEOD, K. G. Capt., Gordon Hdrs. (W.) m. 1905 

McNAUGHTON, H. L. Lieut., R. Scots Fus. ; Capt. (Ad.), 1906 

R.A.F. m. 

McNEiLE, Rev. A. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1889 

MCQUADE, W. F. Gnr., R.G.A. 1903 

MADDEN, J. G. Capt., Manchester Regt. (W.) D.S.O. 1909 

M. m. 
MAGNAY, Sir C. B. W., Bart. Capt., 2nd Dragoon Gds. 1903 

(Queen's Bays). M.C. 

MAILE,W. C. D. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) (W.) 1906 

MAKEIG-JONES, T. G. R. 2nd Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. [1914] 

L.I. ; Lieut., R.E. M.C. 
*MALCOMSON,H. Lieut. and Adjt., R.Irish Regt. (W.) M. 1909 

Died 1 6 Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 
MALCOMSON, W. D. Corpl., London Regt. (London 1910 

Scottish). (W.) 

, N. P. Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt.(T.F.) ; 1912 

attd. R.F.C. 

Killed in action 9 Sept. 1916 

C. J. Lieut., 20th Hussars. (W.) 1911 

Killed in action 3 Oct. 1918 

MANN, E. J. Capt., Norfolk Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1901 

MANN, F. T. Capt., Scots Gds. (W 3.) 1907 

MANNERING, Rev. L. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. ^1912 
MANSFIELD, J. H. Capt., Coldstream Gds. 1913 

MARBURG, C. L. H. Capt., R. Scots. (W.) 1909 

^ARSHjB. C. Capt., Cheshire Regt.; attd. 69th Punjabis, 1908 

Indian Army 
MARSH, O. DE B. Capt., R.A.M.C. O.B.E. M. French 1904 

Medaille des Epidemics 
^MARSHALL, R. C. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1907 

Died 7 Jan. 1918 of wounds received in action 

1 Killed in action in Waziristan after the armistice. 



PEMBROKE COLLEGE 261 

^MARSHALL, W. Lieut., Durham L.I. 1907 

Accidentally killed 27 April 1915 

MARSHALL, W. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1907 

MARTIN, C. F. Lieut., R.G.A. 1905 

MARTIN, Rev. E. W. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. m. 1908 

^MARTIN, F. H. 2nd Lieut., R.E. 1907 

Killed in action 24 Nov. 1917 

MARTIN, J. A. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1906 

MARTINDALE, J. R. Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.) (W.) M. 1914 

MARTYN, R. V. Capt., Coldstream Gds. (W.) M. 1912 

MARTYN-LINNINGTON, A. L. Capt., Suffolk Yeo. and 1911 

Suffolk Regt. (W.) 
MARZETTI, C. Lieut., The Queen's (R. W.Surrey Regt.); 1908 

empld. War Office 

MARZETTI, L. Lieut., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey Regt.) 1910 
MATHER, E. L. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 
MATHER, G. R. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) (W.) 

(P.) 
MATHEWS, A. G. Major, R.G.A. 

MATTHEWS, C. Capt., London Regt. (Queen's) 904 

MATTHEWS, M. C. Major, Spec. List; Hon. Lieut.-Col., 881 

attd. Gen. Staff 
MATTHEWS, M. H. Lieut., Nigeria Regt., W. African 1909 

Frontier Force 
MATTHEY, G. A. Trooper, Strathcona's Horse, Canadian 1906 

Force 

MAW, F. G. Cadet, O.C.B. 1918 

*MAW, G. O. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1906 

Died lojuly 1916 of wounds received in action on the 

Somme 

MAXWELL, Rev. M. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

*MAYER, G. M. Capt., London Regt. M 2. 1911 

Died 1 6 Feb. 1917 of wounds received in action i Jan. 

1917 

MEAD, G. C. F. Capt., Aldenham School O.T.C. 1910 

MEADE-KING, W. T. P. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) (P.) M. 1895 
MEERS, R. H. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 1898 

MELHUISH, T. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1907 

MELLERSH, F. G. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (Surrey 1914 

Rifles) ; Capt., T.M.B. 
MELLOR, P. H. L. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt.; P. and B.T. 1906 

Staff, m. 
METCALFE, C. H. F. Major, Bedfordshire Regt. (T.F.) ; 1906 

G.S.0.2. D.S.O. M2. 



262 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

METCALFE, P. K. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1899 

METCALFE- GIBSON, A. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1907 

MIDDLEMAS, P. Lieut., E. Lanes. Regt.; attd. M.G.C.; 1912 

Capt. (T.), R.A.F. M.B.E. M. 
MILES, B. L. Capt., London Regt. (Queen's West- 1903 

minster Rifles). M.C. M. 

C. V. 2nd Lieut., S. Wales Borderers; Capt., 1911 

Welsh Regt. 

Killed in action in the Battle of Loos 25 Sept. 1915 

H. R. Pte., R. Fusiliers (Sportsman's Bn.); 2nd 1885 

Lieut., Connaught Rangers 

Killed in action 18 July 1916 

MILES, W. H. Capt. and Adjt., Somerset L.I. (W.) M. 1906 
^MILLAR, G. H. Lieut., R.N.V.R. (R.N.D.); Capt. (A.), 1903 

R.A.F. (P. Escaped from Germany) 

Killed in flying accident 29 April 1918 
^MILLER, H. T. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. ; attd. D. of Well- 1913 

ington's (W. Riding Regt.) (W.) 

Died 6 May 1915 of gas poisoning 

MILLER, P. T. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. (W.) 1903 

MiLLER,W.M. Capt., London Yeo. (Rough Riders); Hon. 1912 

Capt. (A.), R.A.F. (W.) 
MILLIGAN, W. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.); attd. R.G.A.; Staff 1910 

Capt. M. 

MILLIKEN, H. E. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W2.) 1907 
MILLS, A. E. 2nd Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1910 

MILLS, T. G. Capt. and Adjt., R.G.A.(T.F.) 1904 

MILLS, W. G. Capt., D. of Cornwall's L.I. (W3.) 1899 

MiLN,CJ. Capt.(T.),R.A.F. M. Greek Military Cross 1906 
MILNE HOME, A. C. Capt., Northumberland Fus. and 1901 

Nigeria Regt., W. African Frontier Force; Brigade 

Major. M.C. M. 

MILNER- WHITE, R. 2nd Lieut., I.A.R.O. 1905 

MOLONY, A. W. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1912 

E. E. Lieut., R. Scots 1913 



Killed in action 2 April 1915 
MOLSON, H. E. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W.) 1911 
MONKS, F. R. Major, S. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.) 1903 

MONTAGU, G. W. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1913 

MONTEITH, H. G. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. D.S.O. 1902 

O.B.E. Mz. 
^MONTFORD, D. R. Capt., 98th Infy., Indian Army; 1908 

A.D.C. (W2.) M. 

Missing, presumed killed in action (12 April 1918) 



PEMBROKE COLLEGE 263 

*MooN, L. J. Lieut., Devon Regt. 1906 

Died 23 Nov. 1916 of wounds received in action 
HMVIooR, C. 2nd Lieut., Hampshire Regt. (W.) 1910 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 6 Aug. 1915 

MOORE, C. A. ST G. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) M.B.E. 1900 

MOORE, J.W. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) M. 1914 

^MORGAN, Rev. G. W. F. Chaplain, R.N. 1900 

Killed in action in the Battle of Jutland 31 May 1916 
MORLEY, B. C. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1911 

MORLEY, C. Major, Manchester Regt. (W.) (P.) 1897 

MORRICE, W. Capt., R. Glasgow Yeo.; A.D.C.; Hon. 1912 

Capt. (A.), R.A.F. 
^MORRIS, C. A. S. Major, Bedfordshire Regt.; attd. R. 1913 

Irish Fus. (W2.) 

Died in German hands 7 May 1917 of wounds received 

in action in the Battle of Arras 28 April 1917 
MORRIS, F. B. Major, S. Staffs. Regt. M. ' 1899 

*MORSE, C. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) and R.E. 1912 

(Tunnelling Coy.) 

Killed in action 7 Dec. 1917 
*MORSE, E. V. Capt., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) M.C. 1910 

Killed in action 23 Oct. 1918 

MORTON, Rev. C. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1904 

MORTON, H. J. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1905 

*MORUM, J. P. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1914 

Killed in action i July 1916 
Moss, H. K. Staff Sergt.-Major, R.A.S.C.; Lieut., 1894 

Labour Corps (Cmdt., P. of W. Camp) 

MOSSERI, F. N. 35 Regt. Fanteria, Italian Army 1912 

MOSSOP, A. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1904 

MOUNTAIN, S. W. Capt., R. Fusiliers. Cavalier, Order 1911 

of the Redeemer (Greece) 

MOXEY, E. R. Corpl., R.E.; Capt. (T.), R.A.F. M. 1910 
MOXEY, J. L. Capt., R. Fusiliers. (W 2.) 1908 

MUGGERIDGE, G. D. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1896 

MUGLISTON, F. H. Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. ; empld. 1904 

Home Office. (W.) O.B.E. Chevalier, Ordre de la 

Couronne (Belgium) 
MUIRHEAD, M. Major, D.A.A.G.; Lieut.-Col., R.F.A. 1897 

D.S.O.andBar. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. M $. Cheva- 
lier, Legion of Honour (France). Belgian Croix de 

Guerre 
*MuRLY-Gorro, J. Lieut., R.E. M. 1908 

Died 20 Aug. 1916 of wounds received in action 



264 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

MURRAY, A. R. Capt., Seaforth Hdrs.; Staff Capt. 1910 

MURRAY, C. M. Lieut.-Col., S. African Med. Corps. 1895 
D.S.O. M2. 

*NADIN, T. Capt. and Adjt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts 1896 
and Derby Regt., T.F.) 

Died 8 June 1918 of pneumonia following wounds 
received in action 
^NAPIER, G. G. Capt., 35th Sikhs, Indian Army 1903 

Died 25 Sept. 1915 of wounds received in action 
NARAYAN, Maharaj K. H. Hon. Lieut., Indian Army. M. 1908 
NASH-WORTHAM, F. L. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1901 

NAYLOR, P. A. E. Capt., Rifle Brigade; A.D.C.; Hon. 1913 

Capt. (A.), R.A.F. (W.) 

*NEATE, N. R. Capt., R. Fusiliers; attd. H.A.C. (W2.) [1914] 
M.C. 

Killed in action 3 May 1917 

NEW, T. G. Sergt., R.E. M.S.M. 1900 

NEWMARCH, J. G. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1904 

NEWTON, C. H. See HERDMAN-NEWTON, C. 
NEWTON, R. H. H. See HERDMAN-NEWTON, R. H. 
NICHOLL, V. Lieut.-Col. (A. and S.), R.A.F. D.S.O. 1911 

D.S.C. 

NICOLLS, Rev. G. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1881 

^NiVEN, E. O. Lce.-Sergt., Bedfordshire Regt. 1909 

Died 19 April 1917 of wounds received in action 
*Nix, P. K. Fleet Surgeon, R.N. 1888 

Killed in explosion on H.M.S. Bulwark 26 Nov. 1914 

OGILVIE, P. G. Capt., I.A.R.O.; Inspector of Munitions 1908 
OGLETHORPE, H. C. Capt., King's College School, 1904 

Wimbledon, O.T.C. 
OLDFIELD, G. E. B. Major, 74th Punjabis, Indian Army; 1893 

Lieut.-Col., 89th Punjabis 
OLDFIELD, R. W. Capt., R.F.A. ; Major, D.A.A.G. (W 2.) 1910 

D.S.O. M.C. and two Bars. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel 

on promotion to substantive Major. Brevet Major. 

M 6. Italian Bronze Medal for Military Valour. 

Italian Croce di Guerra 
^OLIVER, R. E. C. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1912 

Missing, presumed killed in action, 25 Aug. 1916 
OLIVER- JONES, W. S. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. (W 3.) 1913 

M.C. 



PEMBROKE COLLEGE 265 

ORDE, S. E. H. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. M. 1912 

ORLEBAR, R. A. B. Capt., Bedfordshire Regt. and R. Irish 1913 

Fus. ; attd. King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) ; empld. 

War Office; S.O. 3, R.A.F. (W 2.) 

ORMOND, W. P. S. Cadet, R.F.A. 1917 

ORPEN, H. F. Lieut., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey Regt.) 1908 

(W.) 
ORPEN-PALMER, H. B. H. Lieut.-Col., R. Irish Fus.; 1895 

Brig.-Gen. C.M.G. D.S.O. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. 

M 5. Order of St Stanislas, $rd Class, with swords 

(Russia) 
*ORR, E. F. B. Corpl., R.E. (Signals); Lieut., R.F.A. 1913 

Killed in action 23 March 1918 

ORR-EWING, A. Surgeon Lieut. R.N. 1910 

OWEN, S. H. E. G. Lieut., Pembroke Yeo. (W.) 



E, C. F. G. Lieut.-Col., R.G.A. C.M.G. D.S.O. 1898 

M 3. m. Italian Croce di Guerra. Italian Silver 

Medal for Military Valour 
PAGET, C. W. Lieut.-Col., R.E. ; D.A.D. R.T. C.M.G. 1901 

D.S.O. M 4. Officer, Legion of Honour (France). 

Officer, Ordre de la Couronne (Belgium) 
*PAIN, E. D. Pte., R. Fusiliers; Capt., Somerset L.I. 1898 

Killed in action 18 Oct. 1916 

PAiNj.W. Capt., Suffolk Regt.; Capt. (A.), R.A.F. (W.) 1905 

PALMER, B. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1900 

^PARADISE, J. R. T. 2nd Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. 1913 

Missing, presumed killed in action, 30 Oct. 1917 
PARKER, C. L. Y. Capt., R.E.; Staff Capt., War Office. 1910 

(W.) 

PARKER, H. E. Capt. (Airship), R.A.F. 1909 

PARKER, J. D. Lieut., R.N.V.R. (Coastal Motor-boat 1906 

Service) 
PARMITER, C. L. Major, The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) and 1886 

King's (Liverpool Regt., R. of O.). O.B.E. 
PARRY- JONES, P. E. H. Capt., S. Wales Borderers ; empld. 191 1 

O.C.B. (W.) 

PARSONS, F. P. N. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1913 

*PARTINGTON, J. B. Capt., Devon Regt.(T.F.) 1903 

Killed in action 3 Feb. 1917 
^PARTRIDGE, R. H. Capt., Norfolk Regt.(T.F.) 1909 

Accidentally killed on active service 4 Sept. 1917 

1 Died since the armistice of injuries received on service. 



266 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

PATERSON, G. McL. Lieut.-Cdr. (Asst. Constructor), 1909 

Naval Construction Dept., Admiralty 
PATON, E. R. Lieut., Gen. List (T.F. Res.), empld. Min- 1907 

istry of National Service 
PATON, F. A. R. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) ; Lieut., 1914 

Gen. List. (W.) 
WATON, J. E. 2nd Lieut., Monmouthshire Regt. M. [1914] 

Killed in action 31 Dec. 1914 

PATTESON, C. Lieut., Marlborough College O.T.C. 1911 

*PAUL, J. W. E. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W.) 1914 

Killed in action 27 July 1916 
PEAD, J. H. Surgeon Cdr., R.N. M. Chevalier, Legion 1887 

of Honour (France). Order of St Stanislas, 2nd Class y 

with swords (Russia) 

PEARSON, C. McM. Lieut., I.A.R.O.,attd.S.and T. Corps 
PEARSON, D. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
*PEED, S. W. N. Zealand Force 

Died in Egypt 22 March 1916 of pneumonia 
PELLY, E. Lieut., R.A.S.C. M.B.E. 
PEMBERTON, W. H. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. 
PENDLEBURY, H. S. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 
PENNELL, V. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
PEPIN, A. R. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 
PERKINS, Rev. F. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 
^ERRIN, M. N. Major, R.A.M.C.; attd. R.A.F. 
PESHALL, Rev. C. J. E. Chaplain, R.N. D.S.O. M. 
PETERS, A. N. G. 2nd Lieut., Yorkshire Regt.(T.F.); 

attd. Manchester Regt. 
PHILLIPS, D. M. P. See SCOTT-PHILLIPS, D. M. P. 
^PHILLIPS, E. S. Lieut., Monmouthshire Regt. (W.) 1901 

Killed in action 8 May 1915 

PHILLIPS, P. R. O'R. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1910 

PHILLIPS, T. Capt., Cambridge Univ. O.T.C. 
^PiGGOT, A. A. Lieut., Northumberland Fus. 

Killed in action in the Battle of Loos 26 Sept. 1915 
PIGGOTT, J. I. Capt., Gen. List; A.D.C.; G.S.0. 3 

(Intelligence). M.C. M. 
PIGOU, H. LA T. Lieut., Herefordshire Regt.; Draft 

Conducting Officer 
PILCHER, W. H. Lieut., Black Watch; Capt., Cameron 

Hdrs. (W.) 
PILDITCH, P. H. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) M. 

1 Killed in flying accident after the armistice. 



PEMBROKE COLLEGE 267 

PILKINGTON, D. H. and Lieut., Suffolk Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1912 
PIPER, J. H. Lieut.-Col., Northamptonshire Regt. ; Capt., 1900 

Gen. Staff (O.C.B.) (W.) M.C. and Bar. m. 
PIRKIS, G. C. L. M. Capt., York and Lancaster Regt. 1896 

andM.G.C. (W.) 
PLAYNE,B.A. Surgeon Lieut., R.N.; Major (Med.),R.A.F. 1904 

D.S.O. 
PLAYNE, H. F. 2nd Lieut., Upper Burma Bn., Indian 1904 

Defence Force; Major, I.A.R.O., attd. Military 

Accounts Dept. M. 
PLUMPTRE, E. A. W. Lieut., Northumberland Fus. ; attd. 1907 

R.E. (W 2.) French Croix de Guerre 

POCOCK, W. A. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1907 

fcPoNSONBY, C. T. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1912 

Killed in action 23 Aug. 1916 
^PooLE, R. E. S. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps [1914] 

Killed in action 4 Nov. 1918 

POOLEY, E. H. Capt., R.G.A.(T.F.) 1895 

^PORTER, A. G. Capt., R. Irish Fus. M.C. [1914] 

Died 29 Oct. 1918 of wounds received in action 25 Oct. 

1918 

POTTER, Rev. W. N. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1903 

*POUND, M. S. 2nd Lieut., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey 1910 

Regt.) 

Died 7 Nov. 1914 of wounds received in action 
POWELL, M. B. H.A.C. 1909 

PREST, H. E. W. Capt., R. Berkshire Regt. and Spec. 1908 

List (Chief Instructor, School of Instruction). M. 

French Croix de Guerre 
PRESTON, E. W. Lieut., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey 1905 

Regt., T.F.); Capt., Spec. List 

PRIESTLEY, D. R. O. Capt., R.E. (Signals). M.C. 1912 

PRIOR, A. V. Paymaster Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. (R.N.D.) 1912 
PRIOR, Rev. C. E". C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1899 

PRITCHARD, F. C. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) M.C. Italian 1913 

Bronze Medal for Military Valour 

PROCTER, R. F. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1898 

PRYOR, G. D. Major, Cambridgeshire Regt. and R.A.F.; 1901 

S.O. 2, Air Ministry 

PUSINELLI, S. J. Capt., R.F.A. 1908 

PYNE, F. S. Major, R.F.A. (W 2.) D.S.O. M. 1904 

*QUINCEY, T. E. DE Q. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1912 

Killed in action 9 May 1915 



268 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

^RAMSAY, A. H. Pte., Foreign Legion, French Army ; 2nd 1904 

Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. 

Killed in action 13 Oct. 1915 

RANGER, Rev. A. S. B. Chaplain, R.N. 1898 

RANKING, G. L. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1896 

RANKING, R. M. Major, R.A.M.C. (R. of O.) 1895 

RANSOM, J. Capt., R. Berkshire Regt.; empld. Records. 1911 

(W.) M.C. French Medaille d'Honneur 

RANSOM, P. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1906 

RATTRAY, R. C. Capt., R.E. (Signals). M. 1908 

RAWLINSON, A. R. Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt. 1912 

and M.G.C.; empld. War Office. M.B.E. m. 
^RAYNER, E. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1905 

Killed in explosion on H.M.S. Vanguard 9 July 1917 
READMAN, C. H. B. Lieut., Durham L.I.; Capt. (A.), 1013 

R.A.F. (W.) 

READMAN, J. F. A. Major, R.E. (W.) M.C. 1906 

REDMAN, C. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. (P.) m. 1900 

*REID, G. M. Capt., London Regt. (Finsbury Rifles) 1905 

Killed in action 9 May 1918 

REID, M. B. Major, R.E. (W 2.) M.C. M. [1914] 

REINER, N. A. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 6th Gurkha Rifles 1910 
RENSHAW, H. W. Pte., Middlesex Regt.; Lieut., Hamp- 1907 

shire Regt. (W.) (P.) 
., S. 



H. A. Capt., S. Wales Borderers; Capt. (A.), 1000 
R.A.F. (W.) 

Killed in flying accident 10 Aug. 1918 

RHYS JONES, I. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. 1915 

RICHARD, W. R. Capt., R. Scots (T.F.) (W 2.) 1914 

^RICHARDSON, R. S. Pte., Middlesex Regt. (P. S. Bn.); 1911 
2nd Lieut., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles); Lieut., 
M.G.C. M.C. 

Died i Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 31 Aug. 
1916 

*RICKERBY, J. H. E. Capt., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.) [1914] 
M.C. Italian Silver Medal for Military Valour 
Killed in action near St Quentin 22 March 1918 
RILEY, C. J. M. Capt., Coldstream Gds. (W.) M.C. M. 1912 
RILEY, H. C. C. 2nd Lieut., Coldstream Gds. 1916 

*RILEY, Rev. T. Capt., R.F.A. 1903 

Died 5 Aug. 1916 of wounds received in action 3 Aug. 
1916 

^RITCHIE, T. P. A. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1913 

Killed in action 15 March 1915 



PEMBROKE COLLEGE 269 

ROBBINS, F. H. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M.C. M. 1906 

ROBERTS, Rev. B. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

ROBERTS, F. W. Capt., Northamptonshire Regt.; Major, 1904 

Gen. List (O.C.B.) m. 
ROBERTS, H. E. F. Lieut., Imperial Service College, 1902 

Windsor, O.T.C. m. 
^ROBERTS, J. R. B. 2nd Lieut., Northumberland Fus. 1910 

Killed in action near Hill 60 i Feb. 1916 
ROBERTS, S. C. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. (T.F.); empld. 1906 

O.C.B. (W.) 
ROBERTS, S. R. P. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt.; Interpreter; 1913 

R.T.O. (W.) 

ROBINSON, Rev. E. V. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 1903 
ROBINSON, G. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.); Lieut., R.H.A., [1914] 

Indian Army. (W.) 
^ROBINSON, Rev. G. B. Chaplain, R.N. 1890 

Drowned on H.M.S. Formidable i Jan. 1915 
ROBINSON, H. M. Capt. and Adjt., N. Staffs. Regt. 1908 

(W2.) M. 

ROCKE, E. M. Gnr., R.G.A. 1902 

ROE, S. V. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1891 

ROPNER, W. G. Capt., R.G.A.(T.F.); Instructor in [1914] 

Gunnery. (W.) 
ROSHER, Rev. H. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. Order of 1890 

St Sava y $th Class (Serbia) 
*Ross, W. M. Lieut., Gordon Hdrs. 1911 

Killed in action n March 1915 
ROWE, B. W. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt.; attd. R.E. 1913 

(Signals). M.C. M. 
*ROYLE, A. L. Pte., R. Fusiliers 1894 

Killed in action 3 Aug. 1916 

RUSSELL, P. Major, R.F.A. M.C. and Bar 1903 

RUSSELL, W. S. K. Capt., R. Sussex Regt. and Gen. Staff. [1914] 

O.B.E. M. 

RUST, N. A. Lieut., I.A.R.O. 1899 

RUST, P. J. 2nd Lieut., I.A.R.O. 1901 

RUSTON, V. F. M. Capt., R.G.A. 1916 

SALT, C. E. F. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1899 

SALUSBURY, J. T. Lieut., R.G.A. M. 1900 

>i*S ANDERSON, A. K. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.) ; 2nd Lieut., 1913 

Middlesex Regt. ; attd. London Regt. 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

SATTERTHWAITE, M. E. Sergt.-Major, Remount Service 1900 



270 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

SCHOLES, W. N. Lieut., Manchester Regt.; Staff Capt.; 1008 

Capt, R.E. (Spec. Bde.) O.B.E. M 2. 
^SCHOOLING, Rev. C. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1903 

Died 21 June 1917 of wounds received in action 
^SCHWALM, C. E. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.) 1911 

Accidentally kitted on active service 22 Nov. 1917 
frScoTT, J. G. 2nd Lieut., Black Watch 1910 

Killed in action at Rue du Bois 9 May 1915 
SCOTT, J. G. C. Trooper, Indore Mtd. Infy., Indian 1907 

Defence Force 

SCOTT-PHILLIPS, D. M. P. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. 1910 

*SEALY, C. F. N. P. Pte., London Regt. (Kensington Bn.) ; 1912 

2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers 

Killed in action near Ypres 24 May 1915 

SEARLE, C. F. Major, R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. M 2. 1901 
SEARLE, W. C. Capt., Bedfordshire Regt. ; attd. R. Innis- 1908 

killing Fus.; empld. O.C.B. 
^SEATON, A. A. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt. 1903 

Died 4 Sept. 1915 of wounds received in action 
SEBAG-MONTEFIORE, J. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.); 2nd 1910 

Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 

SETH-SMITH, G. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1906 

SETH-SMITH, L. M. Lieut., E. African Transport Corps. 1898 

M.C. 

SEWELL, A. P. Capt. and Adjt., R.G.A. M. 1898 

SEWELL, E. P. Colonel, R.A.M.C.; D.D.M.S. C.M.G. 1892 

D.S.O. M$. 

SEYMOUR-BROWNE, R. C. Lieut., R. Fusiliers. M. [1914] 

SHARP, H. W. Capt., Leicestershire Regt. I 97 

^SHARP, S. O. Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt. 1909 

Killed in action i July 1916 

SHARPE, H. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) Brevet Major 1902 

SHEEPSHANKS, E. Lieut., I.A.R.O. (Cavalry) 1903 

SHEPPARDJ.H.D. Major, R.A.O.C.; D.A.D.O.S. M 2. 1907 
SHERSTON, W. M., D.S.O. Hon. Colonel, N. Somerset 1877 

Yeo.; Lieut.-Col., Gen. List (T.F. Res.); Camp 

Cmdt. 

SHUTER, L. R. W. A. Capt., R.E. (Fortress, T.F.) 1906 

SiMCOxJ.L. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1906 
SIMCOX, W. M. 2nd Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. 1907 

SIMPSON, J. H. 2nd Lieut., Grenadier Gds. 1902 

SING, L. M. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) (W 2.) 1906 

*SINGH, K. I. Capt., I.M.S. M.C. 1902 

Killed in action i Dec. 1914 



PEMBROKE COLLEGE 271 

SINGH, K. S. Major, I.M.S. 1897 

SINGLETON, J. E. Capt. and Adjt., R.F.A. M. 1902 

SLACK, E. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1893 

SLINGSBY, W. E. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 1904 

SMALE, G. F. P. Lieut., Lanes. Fus.; attd. Gloucester- 1913 

shire Regt. (W3.) 

SMEDLEY, R. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1895 

SMITH, A. K. 2nd Lieut., Bombay Light Horse, Indian 1897 

Defence Force; Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. i2th Cavalry; 

A.D.C. 
SMITH, H. H. M. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 1910 

M.C. 
*SMITH, J. A. H. 2nd Lieut., R. Scots 1909 

Killed in action 14 Aug. 1915 

SMITH, Rev. N. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

*SMITH, W. A. Major, King's (Liverpool Regt.); Lieut.- 1899 

Col., Manchester Regt. M. 

Died 9 July 1916 of wounds received in action 
SMYLY, A. F. Capt., S. Staffs. Regt. (W.) 1905 

SMYTH, W. J. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1903 

SMYTH, W. R. B. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1912 

SNEATH, R. E. F. Lieut.-Col., London Regt. (R. Fus.); 1911 

Capt., M.G.C. M.C. M. 

SOLOMON, B. A. Pte., S. African Force 1904 

SOMERS, J. P. Major, Gen. List (Instructor, School of 1892 

Musketry). O.B.E. Brevet Major, m. 
*SoMERS-CocKS, R. Capt., Somerset L.I. M.C. M. 1912 

Killed in action 24 April 1918 
^SOUTHERN, H. 2nd Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. Infy. 1905 

Missing y presumed killed in action, 18 April 1916 
SPEIR, G. T. Lieut.-Col., S. Staffs. Regt. and Northern 1893 

Cyclist Bn. 
SPEIR, K.R.N. Lieut.- Col., R.E. D.S.O. Mz. Chev- 1902 

alter, Legion of Honour (France) 
*SPENCE, C. B. Lieut. (A.), R.F.C. M. 1907 

Killed in action 9 May 1915 
!SPIELMANN, H. L. I. Capt., Manchester Regt.(T.F.) 1911 

Kitted in action in Gallipoli 13 Aug. 1915 
SPITTLE, J. T. Major (T.), R.A.F. O.B.E. m. 1905 

STACK, E. H. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. (2nd S. Gen. Hospital, 1884 

T.F.) 

STALLARD, Rev. H. K. Chaplain, R.N. 
STAPLETON, E. P. Lieut., R. Fusiliers; Major, S.O. 2, 

R.A.F. (W.) O.B.E. 



272 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

STEAVENSON, A. G. Lieut., R.A.S.C.; empld. Records 
STEDMAN, J. A. 2nd Lieut., E. Surrey Regt. and [1914] 

Connaught Rangers; Lieut. (A. and S.), R.A.F. 
STENHOUSE, R. H. R.N.V.R. (R.N.D.) 
STEPHEN, J. G. Capt., Highland L.I. (W.) M.C. 
STEPHENS, Rev. J. F. D. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
STEVENSON, R. W. Capt., Worcestershire Regt. (T.F.); 

Major, D.A.A.G. M.C. M. 
STEWART, N. B. Lieut., R.N.V.R. (Coastal Motor-boat 

Service). M. 
STICKLAND, J. R. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt. and 

R.G.A. (W.) M. 

STIDSTON, Rev. P. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 
!STILEMAN, C. H. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers; attd. London 
Regt. (Civil Service Rifles) ; attd. R.F.C. 
Killed in action 2 Feb. 1916 

*STILEMAN, F. W. C. Pte., H.A.C.; Capt., Gloucester- 
shire Regt. 

Killed in action 23 July 1916 
STILEMAN, G. R. 2nd Lieut., Devon Regt. (T.F.) and 

Labour Corps 
^STOBART, J. G. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 

Killed in action 15 March 1915 
*STONE, W. N. Capt., R. Fusiliers 

TiT,(&. "For most conspicuous bravery when in com- 
mand of a company in an isolated position 1000 yards 
in front of the main line and overlooking the enemy's 
position. He observed the enemy massing for an attack, 
and afforded invaluable information to Battalion Head- 
quarters. He was ordered to withdraw his company, 
leaving a rearguard to cover the withdrawal. The attack 
developing with unexpected speed, Capt. Stone sent three 
platoons back and remained with the rearguard himself. 
He stood on the parapet with the telephone under a 
tremendous bombardment, observing the enemy, and 
continued to send back valuable information until the 
wire was cut by his orders. The rearguard was eventu- 
ally surrounded and cut to pieces, and Capt. Stone was 
seen fighting to the last, till he was shot through the 
head. The extraordinary coolness of this heroic officer 
and the accuracy of his information enabled dispositions 
to be made just in time to save the line and avert 
disaster." Supplement to The London Gazette , 13 Feb. 
1918. 
Killed in action 30 Nov. 1917 



PEMBROKE COLLEGE 273 

*STONEY,T. R. 2nd Lieut., King's Own Scottish Borderers 1901 

Killed in action 10 April 1918 

STORR, Rev. E. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. ; attd. R.A.F. 1899 
STORKS, Rev. C. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

STORRS, R. H. A. Brig.-Gen., attd. Egyptian Army. 1900 

C.M.G. C.B.E. Mz. Commander, Order of the 

Crown of Italy. Commander, Order of the Redeemer 

(Greece) 

STRAKER, H. G. Major, R.F.A. (W.) M 2. m. 1908 

STRANGE, H. ST J. B. Lieut., Black Watch. (W.) 1910 

STREATFEILD, A. H. O. Capt., R. Sussex Regt. 1897 

STREET, H. Capt., 20th Hussars (R. of O.); Staff Capt. 1889 
^STURDY, A. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 1902 

Died i May 1919 of dysentery contracted on active 

service 
STURDY, E. C. 2nd Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 28th Light 1903 

Cavalry 

STURT, Rev. H. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D. 1888 

^SUGDEN, G. H. Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1907 

Regt.) 

Killed in action 12 Oct. 1916 

SURRAGE, H. J. R. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1912 

SURRAGE, J. L. Lieut., Hampshire Regt. 1915 

SUSSKIND, M. J. Lieut., Transvaal Scottish, S. African 1909 

Force ; 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 
SUTTON, K. H. M. Lieut., Grenadier Gds. and Gds. 1910 

M.G. Regt. (W.) 
^SUTTON, W. M. Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt. I 9 I 4 

Died 17 Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 16 Sept. 

1916 

SWAN, F. G. Capt., Tonbridge School O.T.C. 1906 

SWAN, H. N. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1908 

SWEET, R. McM. Cadet, O.C.B. (R.E.) 1918 

SYMONDS, S. L. Capt. and Adit., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. 1914 

(W.) M.C. 

TAIT, M. W. Capt., London Regt. (London Scottish); 1913 

Major, M.G.C. (W.) M.C. M. Belgian Croix de 

Guerre 

TALBOT, Rev. A. T. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1897 
TANNER, L. E. Hon. Lieut., Spec. List (Navy and Army 1909 

Canteen Board) 
TATE, J. F. F. Major, King's Royal Rifle Corps; 1895 

Colonel, A.A.G., War Office, m. 

C U.W.L. 18 



274 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

TAYLOR, F. C. Lieut., R.N.V.R. ; empld. British Military 1895 

Mission 

TAYLOR, G. P. B. See BROOKE TAYLOR, G. P. 
^TAYLOR, H. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1900 

Died 3 April 1918 of wounds received in action 
TAYLOR, J. HOLMAN. See HOLM AN, Rev. J. H. T. 
TAYLOR, Rev. J. R. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1903 

TAYLOR, L. M. Major, King's Own (Yorkshire L.I., 1901 

T.F.); G.S.0.2. D.S.O. M.C. M 5. French 

Croix de Guerre 
^TAYLOR, M. L. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1897 

Killed in action 26 Aug. 1916 
TAYLOR, R. E. Lieut., Middlesex Regt.; Staff Capt. 1899 

M.C. M. 
^TAYLOR, R. F. 2nd Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) 1907 

Killed in action 8 Aug. 1915 
TAYLOR, S. S. Lieut.-Col., S. African F.A. C.M.G. 1894 

D.S.O. M 3. Order of St Stanislas, yd Class, with 

swords (Russia). French Croix de Guerre 
TEMPLER, W. F. Lieut.-Col., Army Pay Dept.; Com- 1883 

mand Paymaster. C.B.E. M. 

TENNANT, B. V. A. Lieut., Hertfordshire Regt. 1909 

TENNANT, N. R. D. Capt., London Regt. (St Pancras 1902 

Bn.) (W.) 
TETLEY, R. F. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. (T.F.); empld. 1907 

War Office 
THACKERAY, J. M. Capt., Suffolk Regt. and Labour 1907 

Corps. O.B.E. M. 
^THICKNESSE, R. S. 2nd Lieut., Lanes. Fus. 1902 

Killed in action 10 Oct. 1917 
THOMAS, A. G. I. Capt., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey [1914] 

Regt.,T.F.) (W.) 

THOMAS, B. H. Major, R.A.S.C. O.B.E. M 2. 1902 

THOMAS, E. M. See ROCKE, E. M. 
THOM-POSTLETHWAITE, A. C. S. 2nd Lieut., Bedford- 1902 

shire Regt. 
THOMPSON, A. G. G. Major, R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Service, 1908 

T.F.) M. 
THOMPSON, A. H. J. Major, Spec. List empld. War Office. 1898 

O.B.E. 
THOMPSON, B. C. Major, Lincolnshire Regt.(T.F.Res.) 1895 

T.D. 

THOMPSON, E. Lieut.-Col., R.E. O.B.E. M. 1899 

THOMPSON, J. B. London Regt. (W.) 1901 



PEMBROKE COLLEGE 275 

^THOMPSON, J. C. C. and Lieut., Scots Gds. 1900 

Killed in action 25 Jan. 1915 

THOMPSON, N. F. P.O., Calcutta Port Artillery, Indian 1902 

Defence Force 

THOMPSON, R. G. Major, The Queen's (R. W. Surrey 1910 

Regt.) (W.) 

THOMPSON, W. F. Major, R.A.M.C. 1905 

THOMSON, D. G. Capt., R.E. (Fortress, T.F.) 1908 

^THOMSON, S. P. D. Lieut., Leicestershire Yeo. 1907 

Killed in action near Ypres 13 May 1915 

THOMSON, W. L. H. Lieut., Highland L.I. 1916 

THORBURN, M. M. Capt., Black Watch. (W.) M.C. 1907 

THORMAN, J. L. Lieut., Durham L.I. and R.E.; empld. 1911 

British Military Mission 

THORNEYCROFT, T. H. Capt., Argyll and Sutherland [1914] 

Hdrs.(T.F.) (W.) 

THORNTON, A. R. Lieut., R.G.A. M. 1895 

THYNNE, G. A. C. Major, R. North Devon Yeo. ; A.D.C. ; 1888 

Capt., Labour Corps 

TILLARD, E. R. Major, Suffolk Regt.(T.F.) 1892 

TILLARD, P. S. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1894 

*TILLY, J. Capt., Yorkshire Regt. (W 2.) M.C. 1905 

Died 6 June 1918 of wounds received in action 

TINDALL, C. G. Capt., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt.) 1912 

(W.) M.C. 

H. S. Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt. 1905 



Kitted in action 31 July 1917 
Li 



R. F. 2nd Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. 1909 
Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

TITLEY, Rev. L. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1895 

TOD, A. K. Pte., R. Scots; Capt., Cameron Hdrs.; attd. 1909 

Bedfordshire Regt. 

TONGE, R. D. Capt., Cheshire Regt. (W 2.) M.C. 1910 

TONKIN, R. S. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. and inth Ma- 1911 

hars, Indian Army 

TOPPING, A. R. Gnr., R.G.A. 1911 

TOWNSEND, Rev. J. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1898 

TOWNSEND, J. M. Midshipman, R.N.V.R. 1917 

*TREE, C. J. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. 1909 
Died 20 July 1915 of wounds received in action in 
Gallipoli 

TRENCH, M.C. Lieut., R.E. ; Hon. Lieut. (O.), R.A.F. [1914] 

^TREVOR, F. P. 2nd Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. 1900 
Killed in action near Ypres 8 May 1915 

18 2 



276 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

TREW, M. F. Capt., Coldstream Gds. 1911 

*TREWBY, A. Lieut., R.E. 1899 

Died 17 May 1915 of wounds received in action 

TREWHELLA, C. B. Capt., R.G.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1913 

, G. A. Lieut.-CoL, King's Royal Rifle Corps. 1905 

(W.) M.C. M. 

Killed in action 7 Nov. 1918 

G. B. O. Lieut., Australian Force 1900 

Killed in action 1917 

TUNNICLIFFE, G. H. Hon. Major, N. Staffs. Regt. m. 1878 

TURNER, D. P. R. Fusiliers; 2nd Lieut., Spec. List 1895 

TURNLY, J. E. A. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1889 

TwiSLETON-WYKEHAM-FiENNES, N. I. E. Major, R.F.A. 1894 

(W.) D.S.O. Mz. 

TYERS, F. G. Capt., S. African Infy. (W.) 1899 

TYLOR, G. C. Lieut., R.F.A.; Staff Capt. O.B.E. 1908 

M. 

TYRWHITT-DRAKE, Rev. B. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1901 

ULOTH,A. W. Major, R.A.M.C. M.C. 1908 

URE, C. McG. Capt., R.E. (P.) 1911 

URQUHART, W. L. A. W. Capt., Black Watch 1893 

VALLANCE, H. I. A. Capt., R. East Kent Yeo. [1914] 

VAN DER BYL, A. H. Imperial Light Horse, S. African 1905 

Force 
VAN DER BYL, A. M. Capt., H.A.C. ; Capt. (K.B. and A.), 1900 

R.A.F. 

VAN DER BYL, P. B. Capt., R.H.A. (T.F. Res.) 1886 

VAN DER BYL, P. V. G. Capt., S.African Defence Force; 1907 

G.S.O. 3; Capt., 8.0.3, R.A.F. M.C. M 2. Che- 

valier, Legion of Honour (France) 

VAN SOMEREN, H. A. A. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) 1903 

*VARDY, A. T. Pte., Middlesex Regt. (P. S. Bn.); 2nd 1907 

Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. 

Killed in action 4 July 1916 
VIGO, J. D. Capt., Rifle Brigade and Spec. List (cmdg. 1912 

T.M.B.) 
, R. P. 



Major, King's (Liverpool Regt.) 1904 

Killed in action 22 March 1918 
^VINCENT, C. A. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1913 

Killed in action 13 April 1915 

H. J. Pte., Coldstream Gds. 1904 

Killed in action Feb. 1917 



PEMBROKE COLLEGE 277 

VYVYAN, E. C. F. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W.) 1905 

*WACE, H. E. Capt., King's (Shropshire L.I., T.F.) 1908 

Killed in action 14 April 1918 

*WADDY, J. R. Lieut., R.A.M.C. (W.) A/.C. M. 1906 

Killed in action 17 March 1915 

WADE, H. B. Capt., W. Somerset Yeo. M. 1902 

WADHAM, W. F. A., V.D. Lieut.-Col., King's Own (R. 1883 

Lancaster Regt., T.F. Res.) m. 

WAGGETT, E. B. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) D.S.O. V.D. 1884 



WAKELAM, H. B. T. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) M. 1911 

*WALDEN- VINCENT, A. C. Capt., Dorset Regt. 1908 

Killed in action 26 Sept. 1916 

WALKER, A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1883 

^WALKER, D. Pte., H.A.C.; 2nd Lieut., E. Lanes. Regt. 1907 

(T.F.);attd. M.G.C. 

Died 19 Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 
^WALKER, M. J. L. 2nd Lieut., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent 191 1 

Regt.) 

Killed in action 3 May 1917 
WALLIS, D. B. Lieut., Connaught Rangers ; attd. R. Mun- 1910 

ster Fus. 

Died 23 July 1917 of wounds received in action 
WALLIS, G. D. 2nd Lieut., Scots Gds. 1901 

WALLIS, P. B. Surgeon Lieut.-Cdr., R.N. 1903 

^WANKLYN, K. Lieut., R.F.A. 1911 

Died 15 Nov. 1918 of pneumonia contracted on active 

service 

WARD, O. W. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. and Gen. Staff 1901 
WARD, Rev. R. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1899 

WARDEN, H. F. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1906 

WARNER, C. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1906 

WARREN, G. M. Capt., Wiltshire Regt.(T.F.) 1911 

WARRY, H. E. Capt., Devon Regt.; Lieut., io9th Infy., [1914] 

Indian Army. M. 
WATERS, J. B. Capt., King's Own Scottish Borderers; 1901 

Major, Spec. List (School of Instruction) 
WATSON, A. H. Lieut., Remount Service and Border 1911 

Regt. (W.) 

WATSON, Rev. T. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1900 

WATSON-SCOTT, C. H. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. 1909 

*WAUGH, A. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1905 

Killed in action 17 Aug. 1916 



278 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

WEBB,}. H. J. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1892 

WEBB, M. E. Major, R.E. (Signals). D.S.O. M.C. 1898 

M-$. 

WEBB-PEPLOE, Rev. H. M. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D. 1889 

O.B.E. Mi>. Order of St Sava, tfh Class (Serbia) 

WEBER, R.E. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) (W 2.) M.C. 1902 

WEDDERBURN, C. C. Cadet, O.C.B. 1900 

WELLS, Rev. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1899 

WELLS, J. P. 2nd Lieut., London Univ. O.T.C. 1913 

*WENDEN, G. Lieut., Border Regt.; Capt. (A.), R.F.C. 1911 

Killed in action 16 March 1917 

^<WHALE, A. Lce.-Corpl., R. Fusiliers 1907 

Killed in action 3 Aug. 1916 

WHALE, G. Major, S.O. 2, R.A.F. m. 1905 

WHEELER, F. O. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1914 

WHELPTON, M. Lieut., Cheshire Regt. and Gen. List, 1912 

attd. R.E., Signals 

WHITAKER, F. Capt., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) ; Major, 1911 

D.A.A.G. (W.) M.C. M. French Croix de Guerre 
WHITE, A. E. Lieut., R.E. [1914] 

WHITE, B. Capt., Highland L.I.; attd. R.F.C. (Balloon 1907 

Officer). (W.) 

WHITE, Rev. R. A. R. C.F. 3 rd Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1872 

WHITELEGGE, M. H. Capt. (K.B.), R.A.F. 1908 

WHITFIELD, Rev. J. O. Capt., Shrewsbury School O.T.C. 1904 

WILKIN, W. H. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1895 

Derby Regt.) (P.) 

WILKINSON, H. A. Lieut., Dorset Yeo. 1910 

WILKINSON, K. Capt. and Adjt., Middlesex Regt. (W.) 1910 
WILLIAMS, E. A. Capt. and Adjt., E. Surrey Regt. [1914] 

(T.F.) (W.) 

WILLIAMS, R. B. Capt., London Regt. (W.) 1906 

WILLIAMS, T. R. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. M.C. M. 1909 

WILLIAMS, W. C. B. Major, R. Welsh Fus. M.C. M. 1904 

WILLIAMS, W. E. Cadet, O.C.B. 1918 

^WILLIAMSON, A. J. N. 2nd Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. 1907 

Killed in action 14 Sept. 1914 

WILLIAMSON, J. N. 2nd Lieut., Life Gds.; Lieut., Gds. 1915 

M.G. Regt. 

WILLINK, A. H. Capt., Border Regt. (T.F. Res.) 1878 

>i<WiLSON, A. H. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1911 

Killed in action 17 March 1915 

WILSON, A. L. Pte., R. Sussex Regt. 1899 

WILSON, A. P. Capt., Border Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1908 



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* WILSON, E. Sergt., Rand Rifles; Lieut., S. African Infy. 1894 

Killed in action 3 May 1916 

WILSON, G. H. B. Capt., R.A.S.C.; Capt. (A.), R.A.F. 1914 

M.C. A.F.C. 

WILSON, Rev. G. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1899 

WILSON, H. B. Major, R. A. M.C. O.B.E. M 2. 1902 

WILSON, H. W. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1896 

WILSON, J. P. Major (S.), R.A.F. D.S.C. A.F.C. 1902 

Chevalier, Ordre de la Couronne (Belgium) 

WILSON, J. R. M. Capt., R.E. O.B.E. m. 1910 

WILSON, P. M. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 2nd 1909 

Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 

WILSON, R. N. P. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. (W 2.) 1913 

WILSON, R. S. Capt., London Regt. (Surrey Rifles). [1914] 

(W2.) 

^WILSON, T. B. Pte., Middlesex Regt. (P. S. Bn.); 2nd 1911 

Lieut., Irish Gds. 

Killed in action 18 July 1917 

WILSON, W. A. Capt., Rifle Brigade; empld. O.C.B. (W.) 1912 

WILSON, W. E. Pte., R. Fusiliers 1901 

WIMBUSH, H. G. Lieut., Devon Regt.; Major, M.G.C. 1912 

M2. 

* WINCH, E. M. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1913 

Died 25 March 1915 of wounds received in action 
7 March 1915 

WINGATE-GRAY,W.S. Major,R.H.A. (W3.) M.C. M2. 1909 
*WiNK, J. E. 2nd Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. 1915 

Died 21 Sept. 1916 of appendicitis 

WOLFFSOHN, A. W. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. [1914] 

WOOD, G. E. C. Capt., Gloucestershire Regt. ; Staff Capt. 1912 

(W.) M.C. M. 
WOOD, R. McK. Sapper, R.E. ; 2nd Lieut., R.A.F. (Tech- 191 1 

nical Res.) 
^WOODROFFE, K. H. C. Lieut., Rifle Brigade. M. 1912 

Killed in action 9 May 1915 

*WOODROFFE, W. G. Capt., Middlesex Regt.(T.F.) French 1912 
Croix de Guerre 
Killed in action 16 Sept. 1916 

WOODS, G. C. Lieut., R.G.A. 1904 

WOODS, Rev. S. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1886 

^WOOLSTON, J. H. Lce.-Corpl., S. African Infy. 1893 

Died 28 Oct. 1918 of wounds received in action 10 Oct. 
1918 
WORTHINGTON, G. V. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1887 



280 PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

*WREFORD, B. W. H. Capt., Devon Regt. (W.) 1913 

Killed in action 23 April 1917 

WRIGHT, A. G. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1913 

WRIGHT, A. G. W. Lieut.-Col., R.F.A.(T.F.) T.D. 1897 
WRIGHT, C. C. G. Capt. and Adjt., Durham L.I. 1906 

WRIGHT, J. M. M. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1912 

^WRIGHT, W. E. B. Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 1913 

Killed in action 22 Sept. 1915 

^WRIGHT-INGLE, C. H. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers; attd. 1903 
Leinster Regt. 

Killed in action 30 April 1916 

WROTH, E. C. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. (W.) 1902 

WYLIE, A. Capt., R. A.M. C. (W.) 1895 

^WYLIE, H. M. Pte., London Regt. (London Scottish); 1913 
2nd Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. 
Killed in action on the Tigris 7 Jan. 1916 

WYNDHAM, J. Capt., Welsh Regt. (R. of O.); attd. W. 1898 
African Frontier Force 

YEATMAN, H. M. Capt., Wiltshire Regt.; Capt. (A.), [1914] 

R.A.F. (W2.) 

YELD, G. G. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps 1897 

YETTS, L. M. Capt., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt., 1905 

T.F.);A.P.M. M.C. M. 

YOUNG, G. P. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 1916 

YOUNG, J. D. Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.) m. 1902 

*YOUNG, M. H. Lieut., Lanes. Fus.(T.F.) 1913 

Died in German hands 29 June 1916 of wounds received 

in action 
YOUNGHUSBAND, L. N. Major, R.F.A. M.C. M. 1912 

ZAIMAN, B. A. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 7Oth Burma Rifles 191 1 




PETERHOUSE 

ABRAHAM, L. A. Lieut., Gen. List (T.F. Res.); empld. 1913 

Ministry of National Service 
*ABRAMS, L. G. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1902 

Died 3 Nov. 1918 of pneumonia 
MADAMS, E. G. Pte., Cambridgeshire Regt.; 2nd Lieut., 1915 

Norfolk Regt. (W.) 

Died 26 June 1918 of wounds received in action 
ADCOCK, W. R. C. 2nd Lieut., R.E. (Signals); Lieut., 1902 

Nigeria Regt., W. African Frontier Force, m. 
ADSHEAD, A. R. Sergt., Manchester Regt.(T.F.) 1911 

ALCOCK, J. H. Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. (P.) 1913 

ALDERSON, M. J. G. Major, R.A.S.C.(T.F.) 1886 

ANDREWS, E. A. Trooper, Assam Valley Light Horse, 1908 

Indian Defence Force 

ANDREWS, J. L. Capt., Hampshire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1912 

ANSELL, E. 2nd Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) (W.) 1916 

ASHTON, A. A. G. Transport Officer, E. African Force 1909 

*< ATKINSON, G. H. Lieut, and Adjt., Rattray's Sikhs, Ind- 1909 

ian Army. M. 

Died i Feb. 1917 of wounds received in action 
AUSTIN, Rev. T. Chaplain, R.N. ^878 

BAKER, F. B. Capt., York and Lancaster Regt.; Asst. 1911 
Officer i/c R.E. Records. (W.) M.B.E. m. 

BALES, P. G. Capt., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding Regt., 1906 
T.F.) M.C. M. 

BARKER, Rev. G. D. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) *i903 
*BEALE, E. Sergt., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) 1911 

Killed in action 2 Jan. 1916 

BELL, R. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1890 



282 PETERHOUSE 

BELL, Rev. W. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) *i9O2 

BELL, W. S. Capt., Lanes. Fus. 1903 

BERRY, Rev. B. A. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1889 

BEST, R. W. G. Pte., Army CycKst Corps; 2nd Lieut., 1911 

R.G.A. 

BHATIA, S. L. Lieut., I.M.S. M.C. 1910 

BIRDWOOD, G. T. Lieut.-Col., I.M.S. 1886 

BIRDWOOD, H. B. Colonel, 2yth Light Cavalry, Indian 1889 

Army; Brig.-Gen. 
^BIRDWOOD, H. F. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (Blackheath 1913 

and Woolwich Bn.); Lieut. (A.), R.F.C. 

Killed in action 2 March 1916 

BISHOP, G. S. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1898 

BLACKIE, A. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); Capt., 1901 

R.E. (London Electrical Engineers, T.F.) 
BLAKENEY, J. E. C. Major, Essex Regt.; Lieut.-Col., 1885 

Gen. Staff. 
*BOARDMAN, T. H. Major, R. Fusiliers; Lieut.-Col., R. *i896 

Inniskilling Fus. D.S.O. M. 

Died 5 Aug. 1917 of wounds received in action 
fcBoDiNGTON, C. H. Capt., R. Horse Gds. and Household 1899 

Bn. 

Killed in action n April 1917 

BOYLE, G. L. Capt., Welsh Regt. (W.) [1914] 

BRICKWOOD, H. Lieut., R.N.V.R. m. 1895 

BURNE, S. A. H. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I., T.F.) 1898 
BUTTERWORTH, A. B. Major, R.A.S.C. O.B.E. M. 1906 

Greek Medal for Military Merit 

CALLIS,M. C. Capt., R.E.fT.F.) (W.) 1912 

CAMP,J. Instructor Cdr., R.N. 1895 

CHAFFER, C. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1903 

^CHALMERS, R. Lieut., London Regt. (Civil Service Rifles). 1911 

M. 

Died 25 May 1915 of wounds received in action 

CLARK, Rev. P. N. Capt., Spec. List 1888 

CLARKE, Rev. F. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1896 

CLAYTON, Rev. G. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. *i9oS 

CLEMMOW, C. A. Lieut., R.G.A.; empld. Ministry of 1907 

Munitions 

CLEMMOW, E. P. Lieut., R.G.A. ; empld. R.E. 1908 

COLLINS, E.R., D.S.O. Major, E. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 1889 

(P.) 
COLMAN, C. J. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) (W.) 1911 



PETERHOUSE 283 

*COLSON, A. F. D. Lieut., R.F.A. M.C. 1911 

Killed in action 10 Nov. 1917 

COLVILLE, R. N. K. Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt. ; empld. Com- 1901 

mand Depot 

COOPER, L. G. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1897 

COSGROVE, W. O. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1914 

COSTELLO, L. W. J. Capt., R.A.S.C. *i9oo 

CRAIG, N. C., M.P. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. 1887 

CRANSTON, H. N. Lieut., R.N.V.R. M. 1905 

CROCOMBE, F. R. Lieut., 76th Punjabis, Indian Army *I9I2 

CRUICKSHANK, R. S. Capt., R.A.S.C. O.B.E. M 3. 1898 

CURTIS, I. Instructor Capt., R.N.; empld. R.A.F. 1893 

DARBYSHIRE, Rev. H. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. m. 1895 

DAVIES,V.P. Capt., M.G.C. (W.) [1914] 

^DAWKINS, C. J. R. 2nd Lieut., Welsh Regt. 1910 

Kitted in action 25 Sept. 1915 

*DAY, G. R. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt.(T.F.); Capt. R. 1907 

Warwickshire Regt. (W.) 

Killed in action on the Somme 27 Aug. 1916 

DE HAHN, C. P. Lieut., Imperial Russian Mtd. Grenadier 1912 

Gds. (W.) Order of St Anne, with swords (Russia). 

Cross of St Stanislas (Russia) 

DEIGHTON, F. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1873 

DENT, G.J. C. Pte., H.A.C. 1897 

DREW, Rev. J. A. Lieut., Black Watch (T.F.) 1899 

DRY, E. F. K. Lieut., R.N.V.R. (R.N.D.) 1901 

DRYSDALE, J. M. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. (W.) rm. 1905 

!DRYSDALE, R. G. 2nd Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. 1908 

Died 15 April 1915 

DU VALLON, G. C. D. DE J. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1897 

DYMOND, G. W. Lieut., Cheshire Regt. M.C. 1913 

EDGINGTON, H. Major, R.A.S.C. O.B.E. M 2. 1891 

EDWARDS, H. J., C.B., T.D. Hon. Colonel, Unattd. List, *i899 

T.F.;cmdg. O.C.B. C.B.E. O.B.E. 77*3. 

*ELKINGTON, T. G. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); 2nd 1912 

Lieut., Suffolk Regt. 

Died 4 March 1916 of wounds received in action 3 

March 1916 

*ELLIS, E. W. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Lieut., 1911 

R.N.V.R. (R.N.D.) 

Killed in action 4 Feb. 1917 



284 PETERHOUSE 

ENGLISH, D. A. Capt., London Regt. (Surrey Rifles); 1800 

Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 
EVANS, F. H. F., D.s.o. Major, King's Own (R. Lancaster 1886 

Regt.); Adjt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. Depot; empld. 

Board of Trade. O.B.E. 

EVANS, T. M. Lieut., R. Defence Corps. (W.) 1898 

EXHAM, R. K. S. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I., T.F.) 1913 

FALKNER, A. H. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) (W 2.) M2. 1894 
FISHER, A. R. C. Lieut., R.G.A. 1910 

FLEMING, N. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.); attd. E. 1907 

Surrey Regt. M. 

FLETCHER, P. Pte., Canadian A.M.C. *i88y 

*FORMBY, T. H. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt. (W.) 1909 

Killed in action 13 Oct. 1916 
FRANKLIN, W. Lieut., Dorset Regt.; Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. [1914] 

(W2.) 

FRENCH, C. H. A. Capt., Lincolnshire Regt.; Major, [1914] 

Gen. List (R.E., Signals). (W.) M.C. M 2. 
FRINK, F. C. B. Capt., S. Staffs. Regt. and Labour Corps 1887 

GASKIN, E. A. L. Lieut., Spec. List (R.T.O.) [1914] 

GAVIN, A. G. D. 2nd Lieut., Black Watch; attd. R.F.C. 1911 

(Balloon Section). M.C. 

GIBB, J. H. O. Lieut., attd. 4th (R. Irish) Dragoon Gds. 1910 

(W.) 

GILES, L. T. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1887 

GiLHAM,C.W. Corpl.,R.E.; 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. (Wz.) 1910 

GREEN, J. E. S. Capt., Rifle Brigade. (W 2.) 1905 

GREEN, R. G. 2nd Lieut., M.G.C. I 9 I 7 

GREENWOOD, J. Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. and Spec. List 1905 

(Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. Depot). (W 2.) 

GREENWOOD, O. Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. (W.) (P.) 1908 

GRIFFIN, E. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W 4.) (P.) D.S.O. 1895 

M.C. and Bar. M 3. 

GUNDRY, Rev. R. H. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) *i887 

GURNEY, J. C. Capt., Northamptonshire Regt. ; G.S.O. 3. 1912 

O.B.E. M 2. Belgian Croix de Guerre 

GUY, P. C. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt.; Capt., Spec. 1899 

List, empld. Ministry of National Service 

^HAMILTON, C. F. P. Capt., Scots Gds. M. 1898 

Died 27 Oct. 1914 of wounds received in action 



PETERHOUSE 285 

HAPPOLD, F. C. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.; Capt., 1912 

Gen. List (School of Instruction). (W.) D.S.O. M. 
HARGROVE, C. R. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1900 

HART, Rev. P. H. Sergt., R.G.A. *i9o8 

^HARTLEY, W. J. Capt., R. Irish Fus. 1907 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 16 Aug. 1915 
^HEATLEY, L. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) (W.) 1911 

Died 17 Aug. 1917 of wounds received in action 
^HENDERSON, W. L. 2nd Lieut., Northumberland Fus.; 1902 

Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. (W.) M. 

Died 3 May 1916 of wounds received in action 3 April 

1916 

HENMAN, W. W. Lce.-Corpl., Military Police 1898 

HILL, V. ST C. Capt., M.G.C. M.C. M. 1913 

HODGETTS, W. J. Driver, H.A.C. 1917 

HOLMAN, B. W. Trooper, Otago Mtd. Rifles, N. Zealand 1895 

Force; Pte., N. Zealand Ordnance Corps; Capt., 

Labour Corps; attd. R.A.O.C. 

HONEYBURNE, W. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1896 

HOUSDEN, E. F. Major, R.F.A. (W.) M.C. 1911 

HOUSDEN, E. J. T. Major, R.F.A. (W2.) M.C. MA. 1907 
HUGHES, H. C. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1911 

HURST, E. E. 2nd Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. M. 1908 
HYDE, G. A. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps ; Capt. 1913 

(A.), R.A.F. M.C. 
HYLTON STEWART, B. D. Lieut., Haileybury College 1910 

O.T.C. 

JEFFCOCK, W. P. Capt., Yorkshire Dragoons (T.F. Res.) 1887 
JERVOIS, R. C. W. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. ; Lieut. (O.), 1915 

R.A.F. 
JONES, W. H. See MACNAUGHTEN- JONES, Rev. W. H. 

KAUFMANN, H. P. Lieut., Norfolk Regt.(T.F.); attd. 1911 

Gloucestershire Regt. (W.) 

KEIGWIN, A. L. Capt., Lanes. Fus. (W.) 1908 

^KEIGWIN, H. D. 2nd Lieut., Lanes. Fus. 1900 

Killed in action 20 Sept. 1916 
KEIGWIN, R. P. Lieut., R.N.V.R. Chevalier, Order of 1902 

Leopold (Belgium) 

KENRICK, C. H. W. 2nd Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 1914 
>WCERSHAW, M. 2nd Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt. 1905 

Killed in action 7 Nov. 1914 
KITSON, Rev. B. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 



286 PETERHOUSE 

LAURIE, M., M.V.O. Capt., R.G.A.(T.F.); empld. War 1887 

Office 

*LAWSON, H. S. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1895 

Killed in action 5 Feb. 1918 

^LEIGH, B. H. 2nd Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt. 1908 

Killed in action 18 Aug. 1917 

LEWIS, V. Lieut , R.F.A. 1913 

LIAS, E. T. M. Sapper, R.E. 1911 

LIDDLE, G. E. Capt., K. Alfred's School, Wantage, 1904 

O.T.C. 

LIGHTFOOT, B. Major, R.E. M.C. M. 1906 

LILLIE, W. H. 2nd Lieut., United States Air Service 1913 

LINDSAY, R. L. G. Lieut., R.E. (Signals) 1913 

^LIVINGSTONE, F. D. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1904 

Died 22 March 1918 of wounds received in action 

LLOYD, G. W. D. B. Major, R. Welsh Fus.; empld. 1885 

Ministry of National Service. O.B.E. 

LLOYD, K. Capt., London Regt. (Q.V.R.); empld. O.C.B. 1913 

(W.) 

>^LLOYD, R. A. 2nd Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) 1913 

Killed in action near Ypres 27 April 1915 

LLOYD, Rev. W. R. Lieut., Haileybury College O.T.C. ^1907 

LONG, F. W. C. Sapper, R.E. (Signals). (W.) 1914 

*LORD, C. E. Major, S. Staffs. Regt. 1887 

Died 23 June 1915 of wounds received in action 

LOWY, A. E. Fit. Sub-Lieut., R.N.A.S. 1907 

LUTTMAN, R. L. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 189^ 

McBAiN, W. R. B. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.); Major (A.), 1910 

R.A.F. M.C. A.F.C. M 3. French Croix de Guerre 

MCCARTHY, Rev. J. D. Chaplain, R.N. 1894 

MCCARTHY, J. M. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. 1891 

McKEOWN, W. W. Lieut., R.F.A. M.C. 1914 

MACLEAN, J. E. B. B. Major (S.), R.A.F. (W.) D.S.C. 1913 

M2. 

MACNAMARA, E. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. i8fr 

MACNAUGHTEN- JONES, Rev. W. H. C.F. 4th Class, 188! 

R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 

MANSER, F. B. Major, R.A.M.C. 1894 

MARCHANT, T. H. S. Major, i3th Hussars; Brig.-Gen. 1891 

D.S.O. M$. 

MARILLIER, H. C. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1884 

MARLEY, A. E. Lieut., Spec. List (Interpreter) *iq 

MARRIOTT, G. E. J. Capt., Lanes. Fus.(T.F.) 1907 



PETERHOUSE 287 

MARSHALL, F. W. D. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1908 

MARSHALL, P. T. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1898 

^MARTIN, T. 2nd Lieut., The Queen's(R. W. Surrey Regt.) 1904 

Killed in action 7 June 1917 

MARTYN, R. F. Lieut., R.A.S.C. M. 1912 

MASON, A. S. Major, Devon Regt.(T.F.); D.A.Q.M.G. [1914] 

(W.) 

MASON,R.F. Capt., R.F.A.; Staff Capt. (W.) M.C. M. 1913 

MAY, Rev. C. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

MAYNARD, C. B. Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 1910 

MEADOWS, R. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt. ; attd. King's 1914 

Own (Yorkshire L.I.) (W.) 

MIDDLETON, H. S. Lieut., Suffolk Regt.(T.F.) 1913 

MILLER, A. G. S. Capt. and Adjt., Fife and Forfar Yeo. 1909 

MILNER, P. R. Capt., Leicestershire Regt. (W 2.) M.C. 1911 

and Bar 

*MOND, F. L. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) ; Staff Lieut.; Lieut. ^1914 

(A.), R.A.F. 

Killed in action at Bouzencourt 15 May 1918 

MORGANS, G. E. Lieut.-Col., R.E. O.B.E. m. 1901 

MORRIS, P. E. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1899 

MURRAY, E. Lieut.-Col., King's Royal Rifle Corps and 1904 

Gen. List (Staff Lieut.) (W.) 

NEVILLE, M. R. Lieut., R.G.A. M.C. 1913 

NORTH, J. B. 2nd Lieut., 2nd Dragoons (R. Scots Greys) 1915 

and Labour Corps 

NORTHFIELD, H. D. Pte., R. Scots 1915 

NORTON, L. M. Capt., R.G.A.(T.F.) ^1908 

OAKDEN, W. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1906 

1 OoN ISRASENA, M. L. Interpreter, Siamese Exp. Force 1914 

PACKARD, H. N. Capt., Spec. List (O.C.B.) 1914 

PARISH, A. J., C.B. Instructor Cdr., R.N.; Dep. Adviser 1881 

on Education. C.B.E. 

PARISH, Rev. W. O., T.D. C.F. ist Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1878 

PARKINSON, W. Lieut., R.E. (Signals). M.C. M. 1906 

PAYNE, F. R. Lieut., R.A.S.C. M. 1899 

PEARCE, Yen. E. H., T.D. C.F. ist Class, R.A.C.D.; 1884 

A.C.G. C.B.E. 

PERRIN, E. C. Capt., Cheshire Regt.(T.F.); Major, 1905 

S.O. 2,R.A.F. O.B.E. 



1 Accidentally killed on service after the armistice. 






288 PETERHOUSE 

PHILLIPSON, E. Sergt., R.A.M.C.; 2nd Lieut., Lanes. 1911 

Fus.(T.F.) 
PINFOLD, E. S. Pte., Upper Burma Bn., Indian Defence 1907 

Force 

PLASKITT, G. M. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. 1913 

*PUCKLE, J., D.S.O. Lieut.-Col., R.A.S.C. M. 1889 

Drowned on H.M. transport 15 April 1917 

RAWLINS, F. H. Major, R.E. 1880 

READ, E. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) Belgian Croix de Guerre [1914] 

REYNOLDS, H. E. K. 2nd Lieut., York and Lancaster 1913 

Regt. 

RHODES, W. E. Lieut., R.E. (W.) 1912 

RITCHIE, A. G. Capt., R.E. (Signals). M 2. 1911 

^ROBINSON, J. C. C. H. Capt., E. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.) 1906 

Killed in action 3 June 1917 

^ROBINSON, W. DE H. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.) ; Capt., 1907 

Border Regt. (W 2.) M.C. 

Killed in action 27 Jan. 1917 

ROTTNER- SMITH, R. Cadet, O.C.B. 1917 

ROUTH, A. L. Major, R.G.A. 1896 

ROUTH, H. V. Capt., R.F.A. M. 1897 

RYFFEL,J. H. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1896 

^SANDERSON, C. O. ST J. Lieut., R.E. (Signals). M.C. 1910 

Killed in action 27 April 1918 
SCOTT, G. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. ; Lieut.-Col., N. Zealand ^1884 

Med. Service 

*SCRACE, J. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) ; Lieut. (A.), 1911 
R.A.F. 

Killed in flying accident 24 Aug. 1918 

SEALY, P. T. Major, R.A.S.C. O.B.E. M. 1907 

SEALY, W. H. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. 1912 

^SEWELL, H. V. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1907 

Killed in action 13 Nov. 1916 

^SHIPLEY, A. H. B. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); 2nd [1914] 
Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. 
Kitted in action 27 Sept. 1916 
SMITH, Rev. E. F. H. Chaplain and Instructor Cdr., 1894 

R.N. 

SMITH, J. Y. Pte., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1913 

SPRING, A. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. (Aircraft Production 1906 

Dept.) 
SPRINGFIELD, C. O. Capt., R.E. 1888 



PETERHOUSE 289 

*SPROTT, M. W. C. Capt. and Adjt., Norfolk Regt. (W.) 1906 
' M.C. M. 

Killed in action 21 March 1918 

*SPROXTON, C. Capt., Yorkshire Regt.(T.F.) (W 2.) 1909 
M.C. M. 

Killed in action 19 July 1917 
STACKHOUSE, J. H. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1908 

and Derby Regt.); Capt., R.A.S.C. (W.) 
STEPHEN, L. P. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1890 

STEWART, A. C. Capt., Welsh Regt. and R.E. (Field 1911 

Survey Coy.) 

STIMSON, J. P." Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R.(R.N.D.) (W.) 1909 
STONEHAM, R. T. Corpl., Rangoon Bn., Indian Defence 1906 
Force 

TAIT, J. G. Lieut.-Col., Bangalore Rifle Vols. 1880 

^TAYLOR, C. T. Lieut., i8th Hussars , 1909 

Killed in action 24 Aug. 1914 
^TAYLOR, F. Major, York and Lancaster Regt. 1874 

Killed in action 13 March 1916 

TEBB, B. M. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt. 1917 

TEBB, R. N. S. Capt., Spec. List (O.C.B.) and Hamp- 1913 

shire Regt. 
TEMPERLEY, H. W. V. Capt., Fife and Forfar Yeo. ; Major, *i9O4 

G.S.O. 2; Asst. Military Attache, Belgrade. O.B.E. 

m 2. Officer, Order of the Crown of Roumania, with 

swords. Order of the White Eagle, $th Class, with 

swords (Serbia) 
TEMPLE, R. J. G. Trooper, Dorset Yeo. ; Lieut., R.G.A. ; 1913 

Capt. (T.), R.A.F. ; Instructor, School of Aeronautics, 

Toronto 
THOMAS, K. G. Capt., E. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.) ; attd. Man- 1907 

Chester Regt. M. 
*TINDALL, J. H. Gnr., R.G.A. 1908 

Died 15 Feb. 1917 of malaria 
^TISDALL, J. T. ST C. 2nd Lieut., King's (Liverpool 101-5 

Regt.) (W.) 

Killed in action 8 Aug. 1916 
ToMSON,D.V. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) M.C.andBar 1902 

UTTING, H. A. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1914 

VELLACOTT, P. C. Major, S. Lanes. Regt. and Gen. List 1910 
(Brigade Major). (W.) (P.) D.S.O. M 2. 

C.U.W.L. 19 



2 9 o PETERHOUSE 

*WAKERLEY, A. J. Capt., Leicestershire Regt.(T.F.) 1914 

Killed in action 8 June 1917 

WALKER, E. M. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. S. and T. Corps. 1912 

WALTER, H. C. A.B., R.N.V.R. 1911 

WATSON, G. T. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1890 

WATTS, N. H. Major, Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1904 

Derby Regt.); empld. O.C.B. 

WEIR, N. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt. (W.) 1908 

WHITEHEAD, E. T. Capt., Yorkshire Hussars; G.S.O. 3, 1892 

War Office 

WHITEHOUSE, H. E. Lieut., R.G.A. M.C. 1915 

WHITTAKER, Rev. G. Chaplain, R.N. 1908 

WILLEY, B. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. (P.) 1916 

WILLIAMS, Rev. A. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1893 

WILLIAMS, G. V. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.) 1912 

WILLIAMS, Rev. R. C. L. C.F. ist Class, R.A.C.D.; 1900 

A.C.G. D.S.O. M2. 

WILLIAMS, T. Capt., Welsh Regt. ; Major, D.A.D. Docks *i9O5 

WILLIS, R. E. B. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. [ I 9 I 4] 

WILSON, T. M. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 1912 

WISEMAN, C. L. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1912 

*WooD, H. G. W. Capt., Worcestershire Regt.(T.F.) 1909 

(W.) D.S.O. M2. 

Killed in action 3 Aug. 1918 

*WooD, T. P. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. Gurkha Rifles 1901 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

. YELD, P. H. Capt., Spec. List (R.T.O.) 1903 




QUEENS' COLLEGE 

*ADAM, H. W. Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1915 

Killed in flying accident 4 July 1918 
* ADAMS, L. H. Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1906 

Killed in action 22 April 1918 
AITCHISON, G. C. Lieut.-Col., Sherwood Foresters 1881 

(Notts, and Derby Regt.) m. 
AMBROSE, W. J. L. Lieut., Res. Regt. of Cavalry and 1897 

Nigeria Regt . , W. African Frontier Force . (W.) Chev- 
alier, Ordre de VEtoile Noire (France) 
ANDREWS, Rev. L. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1906 

M.C. 
ANTHONY, H. D. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. and 1911 

R.E. (Sound-ranging Section) 
GARDEN, H. W. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1911 

Died 6 June 1917 of wounds received in action 
ATKINSON, R. H. Lieut., Durham L.I.; Capt., R.E. 1909 

(Spec. Bde.) ; empld. Ministry of Munitions. (W.) m. 
AUSTIN, Rev. H. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1910 

^BAILEY, W. G. W. Capt., Hampshire Regt. 1914 

Killed in action 15 Sept. 1916 

BALL, A. E. Lieut., Middlesex Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1909 

^BARKER, Rev. E. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

Died 1 8 March 1918 of wounds received in action 9 
March 1918 

BARKER, H. A. K. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 1911 
*BARLTROP, E. A. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) ; attd. R.F.C. 1909 

Killed in action 23 April 1917 

BARLTROP, I. C. Major, R.E.(T.F.) 1911 

BARTON, J. F. Trooper, Calcutta Light Horse, Indian 1904 
Defence Force 

192 



292 QUEENS' COLLEGE 

BENTLEY, R. C. Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. (W 2.) (P.) 1910 
BENTLEY, W. W. Major, R.G.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1903 

BEST, Rev. J.K. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) M.C. 1907 

M. 

BEST, O. H. Lieut., R.E. (Signals) 1912 

BEVERLEY, R. Capt. and Adjt., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1908 

BIGGER ,W. G. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. D.S.C. Order 1907 

of St Anne, yrd Class (Russia) . Belgian Croix de Guerre 
^BiNKS, B. H. 2nd Lieut., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) 1906 

Killed in action 23 Oct. 1916 

BLACK, L. L. D. Lieut., R.G.A. 1896 

BLACKDEN, S. C. 2nd Lieut., Oxfordshire Yeo. 1910 

BLACKER, H. A. C. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. 3rd Punjab 1908 

Rifles; Asst. Recruiting Officer 

BLACKWALL, Rev. W. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1899 

BLEE, E. L. Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt.; attd. 1914 

Manchester Regt.; empld. Ministry of Munitions. 

(W.) 
*BONE, H. Corpl., R.E. (Spec. Bde.) D.C.M. 1915 

Died 30 Aug. 1917 of gas poisoning caused by an ex- 
plosion 

BOSWELL, P. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. 1908 

*BOTWOOD, Rev. E. K. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) ^=1892 

Died 28 July 1916 of illness contracted on active service 
BOUMPHREY, D. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) ; Major, 1912 

M.G.C. M.C. M. 

BOURCHIER, Rev. B. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1899 
BRAILEY, W. H. Major, R.A.M.C. (2nd E. Gen. Hos- 1893 

pital, T.F.) 
BRISCOE, F. E. Major, Yorkshire Regt.; attd. Norfolk 1912 

Regt.(T.F.) D.S.O. M. 

BROADBENT, H. G. 2nd Lieut., St Bees School O.T.C. 1911 
^BRODIE, M. M. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (London [1914] 

Scottish); attd. Seaforth Hdrs. 

Killed in action 7 Jan. 1916 

BROWNE, A. D. Capt., R.G.A. 1908 

^BUCKLEY, E. J. K. Fit. Sub-Lieut., R.N.A.S. Belgian 1914 

Croix de Guerre 

Killed in flying accident 28 Sept. 1917 
BUDGETT, S. G. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.); Lieut. [1914] 

(A.), R.A.F. (W.) 
BULL, G. G. C. 2nd Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) ; Lieut., Bedford- [1914] 

shire Regt. ; attd. 98th Infy., Indian Army 
BULLARD, R. W. Capt., Spec. List. C.I.E. 1906 



QUEENS' COLLEGE 293 

BURTON, G. D. Capt., R.E. M2. 1912 

BUSSEY, A. Corpl., Suffolk Yeo. 1913 

BUTCHER, T. A. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps; 1912 

Capt., R.A.M.C. (W2.) O.B.E. M. 

BUTLER, W. G. 2nd Lieut., Christ's Hospital O.T.C. 1905 

*CALLINAN, T. W. 2nd Lieut., Durham L.I.(T.F.) 1902 

Killed in action near Ypres 25 April 1915 
CARNLEY, W. B. 2nd Lieut., R.A.O.C.; Capt. (T.), 1903 

R.A.F. M.C. 
^CARR, D. N. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers; Capt., S. Persian 1913 

Rifles 

Died 26 Nov. 1918 of pneumonia contracted on active 

service 
CASE, H. A. Lieut.-CoL, Dorset Regt. (W.) C.M.G. 1898 

D.S.O. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. M 3. 

CASSELS,W. C. Capt., Worcestershire Regt. (W2.) M.C. 1913 
*CATMUR, H. A. F. V. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) ; Lieut., 1911 

R. Sussex Regt.; attd. M.G.C. M. 

Killed in action i July 1916 

CHALLENOR, B. H. Capt,, Lincolnshire Regt.(T.F.) (P.) 1913 
CHAMPION, Rev. A. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1908 

CHANDLER, H. E. Capt., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey 1912 

Regt.); Staff Capt., War Office. (W.) M.B.E. mz. 

Chevalier, Ordre de la Couronne (Belgium) 
CHANNING, C. E. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(T.F.); Lieut. (O.), 1914 

R.A.F. A.F.C. 

CHASE, Rev. G. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 1905 
CLARKE, C. M. S. Corpl., R.A.M.C. 1914 

CLAYTON, N. W. Capt., M.G.C, and Gen. List, attd. 1897 

Indian Political Dept. M.C. M.B.E. M 2. 
CLEAR-DAVIDSON, F. R. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1911 

CLEWORTH, Rev. T. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 1906 
COAST, J. P. C. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt.; Capt., 1901 

The Queen's (R. W. Surrey Regt.) 
*COATES, B. M. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1912 

Killed in action 7 Sept. 1915 
^COHEN, E. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers. M.C. 1914 

Killed in action 31 July 1917 
*COHEN, J.I. Lieut., E. Lanes. Regt. ; Capt., Labour Corps 1911 

Died 24 Aug. 1917 of wounds received in action 
COLCHESTER, G. V. Capt., R.E. (W.) M.C. *i 9 o8 

COLENUTT, F. A. Lieut., Spec. List (Interpreter) 1906 

COLLINS, B. S. 2nd Lieut., Herefordshire Regt. [ I 9 I 4] 



294 QUEENS' COLLEGE 

COLLIS, F. S. 2nd Lieut., W. Kent Yeo. ; attd. Corps of 1914 

Guides, Indian Army 

CONDER, A. C. Lieut., Black Watch (T.F.) (W.) 1911 

COOKE, Rev. H. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1904 

M.C. Mz. 

COOKSON, R. T. C. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 1894 

Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 

COPE, H. E. Cadet, O.C.B. 1913 

CORTAZZI, F. E. M. Major, R. Scots. (W.) 1909 

COTTON, H. W. S. Capt., Cheshire Regt. (W.) M. 1913 

COUCH, C.J. 2nd Lieut., M.G.C. and Tank Corps; Capt., 1912 

Cheshire Regt 

COUCHMAN, Rev. M. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

*COULTAS, T. B. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. (W.) 1912 

Killed in action on the Somme 26 Sept. 1916 

COWELL, S. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1909 

CRAIGS,W.N. Capt., Northumberland Fus.(T.F.) (W2.) 1910 

M.C. 

CROW, A. D. Capt., E. Surrey Regt.; Director of Ball- 1913 

istics, Woolwich Arsenal. (W.) m. 

CROZIER, Rev. P. H. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1892 

CRUMP, G. H. Capt. and Adjt., Essex Regt. 1909 

CULLEN, Rev. A. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1912 

CULVERWELL, C. T. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1913 

CURRYER, W. H. S. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1913 

CURTOIS, P. A. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. ; attd. The Queen's 191 1 

(R.W. Surrey Regt.) (W2.) 

*D ALLEY, J. P. 2nd Lieut., I.A.R.O. ; attd. R.F.C. 1911 

Killed in action 9 Nov. 1917 
DALTROFF, E. M. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers; empld. War 1909 

Office 

DAVIDSON, G. S. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. S. and T. Corps 1901 
DAVIES, D. H. S. 2nd Lieut., S. Wales Borderers ; Lieut., 1914 

R. Warwickshire Regt. ; Capt. (A.), R.A.F. (W.) 
DENYER, S. E., C.M.G. Capt., R.A.M.C. m 2. 1891 

DEVEY, J. H. J. C. Lieut., Monmouthshire Regt. ; Capt., 1914 

Tank Corps. (W.) 

DEWE, C. D. E. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt. (W.) 1898 

*DiCK, J . McN. Pte., Cameron Hdrs. and M.G.C. 1915 

DiedzOct. 1918 of wounds receivedin action i Oct. 1918 
DICKSON, Rev. R. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1896 

DIXON, H. J. Capt. and Adjt., R, Warwickshire Regt. 1914 

M.C 



QUEENS' COLLEGE 295 

DODSON, C. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1908 

*DOGGETT, G. P. Corpl., Cambridgeshire Regt.; 2nd [1914] 

Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding Regt.); attd. 

T.M.B. M. 

Died 4 July 1917 of wounds received in action 7 June 

1917 

DOWN, R. A. Capt., E. Surrey Regt. 1914 

DREYFUS, B. E. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 32nd Lancers 1911 
DUFFIELD, C. A. W. Lieut., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent 1906 

Regt.) M.C. 

DUKE-BAKER, C. A. Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.) ; Staff Capt. M. 1911 
^DUNCAN, J. F. Capt. and Adjt., Cameronians (Scottish 1913 

Rifles). M. 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

DURRANT, C. E. Capt., Norfolk Regt.(T.F.) 1907 

DYSON, W. L. Capt. and Adjt., Border Regt. 1911 

>!<EADIE, R. A. 2nd Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. 1912 

Killed in action 6 Aug. 1916 
*EAGLE, G. C. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt. (W.) [1914] 

Killed in action 12 Oct. 1916 
EATHERLEY, W. Capt., R.G.A. O.B.E. M. Italian 1900 

Croce di Guerra 

EDWARDS, F.M. Lieut., Egyptian Camel Transport Corps 1904 
EDWARDS, Rev. J. L. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1908 

(P.) 
EDWARDS, R. G. 2nd Lieut., Somerset L.I.; Major, Re- 1910 

mount Service 
ELEY, H. J. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. and Derby 1913 

Regt.) (W.) 
ELLISON, A. D. Trooper, K. Edward's Horse; Capt., 1912 

R.F.A. (W.) M.C. 
ELLISON, H. S. Trooper, K. Edward's Horse; Major, 1914 

R.F.A. (W3.) M.C. M. French Croix de Guerre 
EMTAGE, W. L. 2nd Lieut., Middlesex Regt.; Lieut., 1911 

British W. Indies Regt. 
EVANS, A. LL. Capt., Monmouthshire Regt. ; Lieut., 9th 1910 

Bhopal Infy., Indian Army. (W 2.) M. 

EVANS, G. S. W. Lieut., S. Wales Borderers. M. 1915 

EVANS, H. G. Lieut., R.A.S.C. ; attd. Rifle Brigade. (W.) 1912 
EVELYN- WHITE, Rev. K. V. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 
EWBANK, A. L. J. Capt., R. Dublin Fus. and Gen. Staff 1010 

(O.C.B.) 
EWING, A. G. 2nd Lieut., K. Edward's Horse 1912 



296 QUEENS' COLLEGE 

FAILES, Rev. B. J. Chaplain, R.N. Mz. 1906 

FALLOON, Rev. W. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. Af. 1891 
FARNFIELD, A. J. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1900 

FARNFIELD, Rev. H. V. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1904 

FARNFIELD, P. H. Lieut., Sidcup Hall School O.T.C. 1908 
^FARRAR, H. R. 2nd Lieut., Leicestershire Regt. ; attd. 1906 

Manchester Regt. 

Killed in action 24 Dec. 1914 
FAWKES, R. B. Capt., Northamptonshire Regt. (W2.) 1017 

D.S.O. M.C. M. 
^FEARNLEY-WHITTINGSTALL, G. H. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. ; 1910 

Lieut., Northumberland Fus. (W.) 

Killed in action 3 Aug. 1916 

FENTON,V.N. Pte.,R.A.M.C.(istE.Gen.Hospital,T.F.) 1914 
^FENWICK, M. E. E. 2nd Lieut., Devon Regt. 1913 

Killed in action 2 April 1917 

FERGUSON, M. G. Lieut., R.G.A. 1907 

FERGUSON, W. H. Major, R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. and 1909 

Bar. M. 

FIELD, H.T.C. Capt., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. (W.) M. 1909 
FINCH, E. G. Major, King's (Liverpool Regt.,T.F. Res.) ; 1889 

empld. Records 
FISON, C. H. Lieut., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) [1914] 

FORD, j. C. Pte., H.A.C. 1914 

FRY, D. G. Pte., London Regt.; Lieut., Gloucestershire 1898 
Regt. ; Capt., Spec. List (Education Officer). M.B.E. 

GALLOWAY, W. Lieut., King's Own Scottish Borderers 1904 

(T.F.) (W.) 

GARDNER, F. W. Major (T.), R.A.F. 1909 

GARDNER, H. W. Q.M.S., Suffolk Regt. 1912 

GARDNER, Rev. R. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1904 

^GARRETT, H. F. Lieut, and Adjt., E. Yorks. Regt. 1913 

Killed in action 4 June 1915 
GARROD, W. E. E. Capt., Yorkshire Regt.(T.F.); attd. 1912 

King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) (W.) M.C. and Bar 
*GEARE, Rev. W. D. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

Killed in action in the Third Battle of Ypres 31 July 

1917 

GENTLE, F.W. Lieut., Life Gds. and Gds. M.G. Regt. 1912 
GIBBS, W. J. R. Capt. and Adjt., R.A.S.C. M. *igo$ 

GIBSON, S. R. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 1909 

Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 



QUEENS' COLLEGE 297 

GLOVER, J. G. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.); attd. 1911 

Cheshire Regt. (W.) 

GODDARD, E. T. Capt., R.E. (Signals). M.C. 1914 

GOOD, C. W. Capt. and Adjt., Sherwood Foresters 1911 

(Notts, and Derby Regt.) M. 
GOODWYN, P. W. Pte., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). 1911 

(W.) (P.) 
*GRACE, H. C. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Capt., Nor- 1910 

thamptonshire Regt. 

Died in German hands 2 Sept. 1917 of wounds received 

in action 

GRACE, Rev. H. M. Chaplain, E. African Force J 9 O 7 

*!<GRANT, G. L. Pte., London Regt. (London Scottish); 1908 

Capt., R.A.M.C. m. 

Killed in action n Oct. 1915 
GRAY, E. C. G. Pte., Middlesex Regt. ; Capt. and Adjt., 1895 

R.A.S.C. M.B.E. m. 

GRAY, G. Capt., Lanes. Fus. (W 2.) (P.) 1901 

GREEN, Rev. J. Senior Chaplain, Australian Force 1907 

GREEN, Rev. H. T. Pte., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1905 

GREEN, R. J. Lieut., Norfolk Regt. 1910 

GREENWOOD, A. W. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1898 

GREGORY, A. I. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps 1915 

GROVES, J. P. K. Lieut., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 1908 

and Gen. List. (W.) 

GUILDFORD, Rev. E. M. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 1914 
GURNEY, P. S. Lieut., R.G.A. (P.) 1914 



HAKE, H. D. Capt., Hampshire Regt.(T.F.) M. [1914] 

HALLETT, H. J. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt., T.F.); 1911 

attd. Manchester Regt. 

L. W. 2nd Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt. 1912 

Died 17 Oct. 1918 of wounds received in action 21 Aug. 

1918 

A. D. Capt., Northern Cyclist Bn.; attd. Man- 1913 

Chester Regt. 

Killed in action 6 Nov. 1918 
HAMPSON, S.H. Capt. and Adjt., Lanes. Fus. (W.) 1912 

M.C. 

HANDFORD, J. R. Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt.(T.F.) 1911 
HARGREAVES, R. Capt., S. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.) M.C. 1914 
HARRISON, G. B. Capt., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey 1913 

Regt.,T.F.); Staff Capt. 






298 QUEENS' COLLEGE 

HARRISON, G. L. Major, Middlesex Regt.; Lieut.-Col., 1903 

The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) M.C. 
^HARVEY, S. Pte., Devon Regt. 1913 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 
^HAUGHTON, A. J. Lieut., Durham L.I.(T.F.) 1900 

Killed in action 23 June 1915 
HAYWARD, A. D. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 1910 

Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. 
HEATH, W.E. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. Order of St Stanislas , 1912 

$rd Class, with swords (Russia) 

HEMS WORTH, E. P. D. Capt., Norfolk Regt. [JQH] 

HERAPATH, C. A. 2nd Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) 1909 

^HERAPATH, N. F. 2nd Lieut., Somerset L.I. [zQH] 

Killed in action n April 1917 
*HERiz-SMiTH,D.M. 2nd Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. [1914] 

Died 17 Feb. 1917 of wounds received in action 
HEWITT, L. McN. See MCNEILL-HEWITT, L. 
HITCHCOCK, Rev. A. E. N. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1906 
HOARE, F. O. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.); Staff Lieut. (W.) 1913 

M.C. 

HOBSON, C. M. Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. and M.G.C. 1912 

HODGES, A. N. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1902 

HOLBECH, L. Capt., Grenadier Gds.; A.D.C. (W.) 1907 

D.S.O. M.C. 
^HOLCROFT, G. C. 2nd Lieut., Durham L.I. 1913 

Killed in action 9 Aug. 1915 

HOLDEN, A. Lieut., Sheffield Univ. O.T.C. 1900 

HOLLIS, D. Pte., Nigeria Land Contingent and Somerset 1897 

L.I. ; Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 
*HOLME, B. L. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus.; Staff Capt. 1906 

Died 25 April 1916 of wounds received in action 10 

April 1916 

HOOLE, B. 2nd Lieut., Bloxham School O.T.C. 1911 

HOOLE, Rev. D. Lieut., R. Fusiliers; C.F. 4th Class, 1908 

R.A.C.D. 

HOOPER, K. A. Lieut., R.G.A. 1907 

*HOPE, R. A. Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt. (W.) 1913 

Killed in action 31 July 1917 
HOPEWELL, A. F. J. Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. Rid- 1911 

ing Regt.) (W.) 

HOUSEMAN, Rev. F. O. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1895 

HUBBARD, J. W. 2nd Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt.; 1913 

Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) M. 
HUGHES, H. H. R.N. 1906 



QUEENS' COLLEGE 299 

HUGHES, Rev. L. A. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. 1900 

^HUGHES- GAMES, J. B. Major, Durham L.I. (W2.) M.C. 1907 

Died 17 Oct. 1918 of wounds received in action 
HUMBY, S. R. Capt., R.E. (T.F.) (W.) M.C. 1910 

HuNT,F.R.W. Capt., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) 1910 

(W.) 
HUTCHINSON, L. C. Major, E. Yorks. Regt.; attd. R. 1914 

Inniskilling Fus. ; empld. O.C.B. (W 2.) 

SINGLE, R. G. 2nd Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. 1905 

Killed in action i July 1916 
INGLESON, P. Lieut., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.); Capt., Gen. 1911 

List (Staff Capt.) M. 
INGLIS, W. M. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1912 

Derby Regt.) (W.) 
ISAACSON, Rev. C. H. C.F. 4th Class, N. Zealand Chap- 1890 

Iain's Dept. 

JAMES, J. H. Lieut., E. Surrey Regt. 1902 

JAMESON, T. B. Major, Durham L.I.(T.F.) (W 3.) 1913 

M.C. M. 
^JOHNSON, T. P. Lieut.-Col., R.A.S.C. D.S.O. M 3. 1890 

Died 12 June 1918 
JOHNSTON, C. Me A. Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. ; attd. London 1899 

Regt. 

*JoYCE, G. E. Lieut., Leicestershire Regt. *i9O7 

Killed in action 20 Sept. 1916 

KAFKA, E. J. Pte., Middlesex Regt. 1901 

KEANE, R. D. Lieut., R.E. M. 1914 

KELLY, I. G. Capt. (K.B.), R.A.F. A.F.C. 1904 

KELLY, P. J. Gnr., R.G.A. 1900 

KELTON, P. ST G. Capt., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.); 1905 
Major, Gold Coast Regt., W. African Frontier Force; 
attd. Gen. Staff. (W 2.) M.C. M 2. Officer, Mili- 
tary Order of Avis (Portugal) 
KENNEDY, F. R. Pte., Middlesex Regt.; Lieut., M.G.C. 1913 

(W.) M. 
RENNETT, B. L. A. Lieut., Border Regt. and Gen. List, 1910 

empld. Egyptian Govt. (W.) 

KENNETT, Rev. E. J. B. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 
KHAN, T. H. Interpreter, Indian Army 1913 

*KIDSON, C. W. Lieut., R. Dublin Fus. (W.) 1913 

Killed in action 17 Oct. 1918 



3 oo QUEENS' COLLEGE 

KIDSON, N. S. Capt., London Regt. (Rifles). (W.) M.C. 1913 
*KiNG, E. H. 2nd Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. 1910 

Killed in action July 1917 
KINGDON, G. H. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1912 

Derby Regt.) (W.) 
KIRKLAND, W. N. Capt., London Regt. (Post Office 1912 

Rifles) ; Lieut., R.A.S.C. 
KNIGHT, F. H. Lieut., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) 1900 

LAFFAN, Rev. R. G. D. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. Order *i9i2 

of St Sava, $th Class (Serbia) 

LAMBERT, H. E. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt. and King's 1912 

African Rifles. (W.) 

^LAMBERT, M. B. Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. 1913 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 7 Aug. 1915 

LANCASTER, E. T. 2nd Lieut., St Paul's School O.T.C. 1906 

LANGLEY-SMITH,N.H. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt. (W.) 1911 

LEIGH-CLARE, H. J. L. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 34th 1910 

Poona Horse and 6th Cavalry. M.C. 

LEWIS, M. B. Lieut., Tank Corps 1910 

LHOYD-OWEN, E. E. 2nd Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 1916 

LILLEY, T. G. Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. 1914 

LOCKE, C. E. L. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. 1903 

LOEWE, H. M. J. 2nd Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. ; Lieut., 1901 

Gen. List 

fcLoMAX, E. H. Capt., S. Lanes. Regt. 1914 

Killed in action 13 Aug. 1917 

LUNN, H. F. Lieut., R.G.A. 1894 

LYON, A. J. Hon. Colonel, Cambridgeshire Regt. and *i879 

Spec. List (cmdg. School of Instruction) 

MACDONALD, R. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt., T.F.); 1914 

Lieut. (Ad.), R.A.F. (W.) M.B.E. 

MACGREGOR, A. M. Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 1907 

K. N. 2nd Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. 1913 



Killed in action \June 1915 

MCNEILL-HEWITT, L. Capt. and Adjt., R.A.S.C. 1909 

MALDEN, H. R. Lieut., Rifle Brigade; empld. Intelli- 1903 

gence Staff 

MANSELL, R. Lieut., R.F.A.; Major, Tank Corps. (W.) 1912 

MARLEY, F. L. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. (T.F.) (W.) 1903 

MASTER, Rev. C. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. *i886 

MAXWELL, E. W. Lieut., London Regt. (Civil Service 1915 

Rifles). (W.) 



QUEENS* COLLEGE 301 

MAYNARD, Rev. A. C. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. *ioo4 

(W.) 

MOLESWORTH, G. E. N. Capt., Devon Regt.; attd. 6gth 1913 

Punjabis, Indian Army. (W.) 

MOORE-ANDERSON, M. E. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1899 

MOYLE, T. Lieut., R. Fusiliers; attd. Gloucestershire [1914! 

Regt. (W.) 

*NASON, J. W. W. Capt., R. Sussex Regt. and R.F.C. 1908 

Killed in action 26 Dec. 1916 

NIBBS, Rev. C. A. J. Chaplain, R.N. 1889 

NICHOLL, Rev. E. McK. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W 2.) 1910 

M.C. 

NICHOLL, J. W. McK. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1912 

NICHOLLS, G. B. Capt., Middlesex Regt. (W.) 1913 

NIGHTINGALE, C. L. Lieut. (S.), R.A.F. 1910 

NOBLE, A. H. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. 1905 

NOBLE, Rev. R. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1914 

NORDEN, F. L. 2nd Lieut., R. Scots; 2nd Lieut. (O.), 1913 

R.A.F. (W 4 .) 

NORTH, J. Capt., Worcestershire Regt. 1913 

^NOSWORTHY, P. C. 2nd Lieut., Cheshire Regt. [zQH] 

Killed in action n May 1915 

NUNN, V. W. H. 2nd Lieut., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey 1917 

Regt.); attd. Middlesex Regt. 

O'FLYNN, D. R. C. D. Major, King's (Liverpool Regt.); 1899 

attd. W. African Regt.; empld. O.C.B. 

OLIPHANT, G. R. Capt., S. Lanes. Regt.; empld. War 1908 

Office. (W.) 

ORME, E. S. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1911 

PAGE, Rev. C. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

PAGE, Rev. F. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

PAIN, K. W. Lieut., R.F.A.; Asst. Officer i/c R.A.M.C. 1910 

Records. (W.) M. 

PARKER,P.H. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt., T.F.) (W2.) 1911 

PARKER, T. W. L. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt., T.F.) ; 1911 

attd. Middlesex Regt. 

PARNELL, H. 2nd Lieut., Tank Corps 1914 

PARTRIDGE, G. J. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1912 

Derby Regt.) and Gen. Staff 

PARTRIDGE, Rev. J. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

PARTRIDGE, Rev. W. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1901 



302 QUEENS' COLLEGE 

PATERSON, A. G. Hon. Major, R.A.M.C. M. 1881 

PEACE, L. R. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1908 
PEARSON, A. H. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.; Major, 1004 

M.G.C. M.C. 

PEARSON, C. H. M. Capt. and Adjt., R.F.A. M. 1906 

PERRY, G, A. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1910 

PERRY, Rev. H. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

PERRY, L. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1903 

PETTMAN, H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1893 

PHILLP, J. DE R. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt.fT.F.) 1907 

(Wa.) 

PICKARD, W. B. Corpl., London Yeo. (Middlesex 1908 

Hussars) ; attd. T.M.B. (W.) (P.) 

KPiNDER, A. H. Lieut., Leicestershire Regt. M. 1906 

Killed in action 15 Sept. 1916 

POOLE, E. F. Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. and Spec. [1914] 

List (R.T.O.) 

PRICE, Rev. C.L.,T.D. C.F. ist Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1889 

m. 

^PRICHARD, A. I. Pte., London Regt. (Civil Service Rifles) 1899 

Killed in ad ion at Vimy Ridge 23 May 1916 
PROCTOR, S. H. A. R. See RATHBONE-PROCTOR, S. H. 

PUGH, C. D. O. Capt., R.G.A. M. [1914] 

PYE, A. N. W. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1916 

RANKIN, J. K. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1905 

RATHBONE-PROCTOR, S. H. Capt., R.E. (W.) 1913 

RAYNER, E. B. A. 2nd Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) ; 1913 

Capt., S.0.3,R.A.F. (W.) M. 

REDWOOD, Rev. F. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.; 2nd 1909 

Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) 

RiDDELL,G.B. Capt.,NorthumberlandFus. (W2.) M.C. 1910 

ROBBINS, C. Paymaster Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1909 

^ROBINSON, J. H. 2nd Lieut., Somerset L.I.(T.F.) ; attd. 1907 

N. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) 

Killed in action 30 Nov. 1917 

ROCHE, A. R Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. M. 1894 

RODWAY, A. R. 2nd Lieut., E. Surrey Regt.; Capt., 1913 

M.G.C. (W 2 .) 

ROGERS, Rev. T. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

ROGERS, W. D. Capt. and Adjt., S. Lanes. Regt. 1908 

RUSHMER, H. F. Lieut., Norfolk Regt. (W 2.) 1913 

^RUTHERFURD, H. G. G. Pte., R. Fusiliers. 1905 

Killed in action near Pozieres (15 July 1916) 



QUEENS' COLLEGE 303 

SAMSON, Rev. A. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. *i 9 n 

SANDBERG, Rev. W. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1893 

^SANDERSON, R. B. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1908 

Died 17 April 1918 of wounds received in action 

SAVAGE, K. Sapper, R.E. 1911 

SAVILL, S. C. Capt. and Adjt., W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.); 1913 

Hon. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. (Wa.) 

^SAXON, H. Lieut., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) M. 1913 

Killed in action 30 Nov. 1916 

SCOTT, J. T. 2nd Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt. 1909 

SCOTT, M. H. B. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1910 

SELBY-LOWNDES, Rev. G. N. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

SHELTON, A. T. Capt., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) ; [1914] 

empld. Ministry of Munitions. (W.) 

SIMEY, P. A. T. Rhodesian Volunteers 1911 

SIMMONS, C. E. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. S. and T. Corps. 1908 

M. 

*SiMMS, W. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt.(T.F.) 1910 

Killed in action 19 July 1917 

^SIMPSON, H. D. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W.) 1914 

Killed in action 24 Aug. 1917 

SKELTON, N. A. Lieut., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey 1908 

Regt.) (W.) 

SKENE, Rev. A. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1901 

*SKEY, C. H. Lieut., R. Fusiliers; Capt., Black Watch. 1909 

(W.) M.C. 

Killed in action 18 Aug. 1916 

SKEY,C.O. Major, R. Fusiliers. (W.) D.S.O. M.C. M. 1911 

SLEEMAN, C. M. Lieut., R.N.V.R. *i9i2 

SLEIGH, G. B. Capt., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) 1908 

(W.) 

SLOMAN, A. E. P. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. ; Lieut., R.F.A. 1909 

SMALES, R. Lieut., Northumberland Fus. 1906 

SMELLIE, G. H. Capt., King's Own (R. Lancaster [1914] 

Regt.) ; attd. Cheshire Regt. 

SMITH, Rev. C. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D .(T.F.) 1905 

SMITH, F. W. Capt., Life Gds. 1912 

*SMITH, H. L. C. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1910 

Derby Regt.) 

Killed in action 20 Oct. 1914 

SMITH, H. P. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) 1912 

SMITH, Rev. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) M. 1898 

SMITH, S. Lieut., Middlesex Regt.; attd. T.M.B. (W2.) 1908 

M. 



304 QUEENS' COLLEGE 

*SMrra,W.W. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. (W.) [1914] 

Killed in action on the Somme 9 July 1916 
SNAPE, W. R. C. Lieut., Leicestershire Regt.; attd. IQOQ 

T.M.B. (W.) M.C. 
SOMERSET, R. H. E. H. Lieut., R.A.S.C.; Capt., Spec. 1904 

List, empld. War Office 
*SOWELL, A. D. Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. [1914] 

Kitted in action 24 Aug. 1916 
SPACKMAN, E. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
SPAFFORD, H. H. Pte., Welsh Regt. ; 2nd Lieut., R. Welsh 

Fus. 

SPARLING, H. P. Lieut., R.E. 1908 

SPARLING, W. H. Major, Cheshire Regt. (W.) M.C. 1910 
SPEAR, G. F. Lieut., Spec. List (Recruiting Staff) 1898 

SPENCER- SMITH, P. Lieut., London Regt. (Queen's West- 1901 

minster Rifles). (W.) (P.) 
SPOWART, W. C. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. S. and T. Corps. 1008 

(W.) 

STEARN, Rev. C. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

STEBBING, T. H. L. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1900 

and Derby Regt., T.F.) (W.) M.C. 

STEPHENS, Rev. E. C. Chaplain, R.N. 1898 

STILEMAN, C. E. C. Lieut., E. Surrey Regt. ; Capt., Gen. 191 1 

List, Indian Army, attd. 55th Coke's Rifles. (W.) 
STILEMAN, D. C. G. Capt., King's Own (R. Lancaster 1908 

Regt.) (W.) Af. 

STILEMAN, D. F. Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt. (W 2.) 1913 

STUBBS, Rev. N. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

*STUCKEY, R. A. Pte., R. Welsh Fus. 1889 

Died 27 July 1917 of heat stroke while on active service 
SWATRIDGE, C. J. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1914 

and Derby Regt.) and M.G.C.; Hon. Lieut. (A.), 

R.A.F. (W.) M. 
SYMONDS,E. T. Corpl., R.E. (Signals); Lieut., Bedford- 1913 

shire Regt. (W.) 

TAYLOR, A. A. Pte., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent Regt.) 1902 
TAYLOR , R . Lieut . , R .E . ; empld . Ministry of Munitions . 1909 

(W.) 
TEMPERLEY, A. C. Major, Northumberland Fus. ; Lieut.- 1896 

Col., Norfolk Regt.; G.S.O. i. C.M.G. D.S.O. 

Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. MS. 
THARP, P. A. Capt., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt.) 1909 

(W.) 



QUEENS' COLLEGE 305 

THOMPSON, G. Major, R.A.S.C. 1907 

^THOMPSON, H. B. 2nd Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt. M.C. 1909 

Killed in action 24 April 1917 

THOMPSON, H. J. Lieut., R. Fusiliers 1910 

THOMPSON, M. Capt., R.F.A. (W 3.) 1910 

THOMPSON, R. D. 2nd Lieut., Somerset L.I. (W.) 1913 

THOMPSON, W. S. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 2nd Gurkha 1910 

Rifles 

THORMAN, Rev. F. P. Canadian A.M.C. 1906 

THURSBY, W. Capt., R.F.A.; A.D.C. 1909 

TINDALL, C. R. W. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1911 

TINSLEY, R. P. Lieut., Middlesex Regt.; attd. T.M.B. 1911 

(W.) 
TOWNEND, H. D. Lieut., Bombay Bn., Indian Defence 1910 

Force 
TREGLOWN, C. J. H. Lieut., Norfolk Regt.; Capt., 1911 

S. Wales Borderers. (W.) M.C. 
TULLOCH, H. M. 2nd Lieut., K. Edward's Horse; 1911 

Lieut., 33rd Light Cavalry, Indian Army; Lieut. (A.), 

R.A.F. ' 

TURNBULL, Rev. P. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1908 

TURNER, Rev. A. Chaplain, R.N. 1906 

TURNER, J. W. C. Capt., R.F.A. M.C. 1906 

^TURNER, R. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 2nd 1904 

Lieut., Essex Regt.(T.F.) 

Killed in action at Suvla Bay 15 Aug. 1915 

UPWARD, L. V. Capt., R. Fusiliers and Gen. List. (W 2.) 1909 

*VEITCH, A. G. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1907 

Killed in action 23 April 1917 

VEITCH, J. L. Major, R.H.A.(T.F.) (W.) Chevalier, 1914 
Ordre de la Couronne (Belgium). Belgian Croix de 
Guerre 

WAGG, F. J. Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. 1907 

WAINWRIGHT, L. A. Lieut., Spec. List (Inland Water- 1909 

ways and Docks) 
^WALKER, A. N. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. 1892 

Killed in action 24 Sept. 1916 
^WARNER, A. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (R. Fus.) 1902 

Killed in action i July 1917 

WATSON, N. W. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt.; Hon. Lieut. 1911 
(T.),R.A.F. (W 3 .) 

C.U.W.L. 2O 



306 QUEENS' COLLEGE 

*WATTS, R. W. A. Pte., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1912 

Derby Regt.) ; 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. M.C. 

Died 12 Nov. 1916 of wounds received in action 5 Nov. 

1916 
DWELLS, L. H. E. 2nd Lieut., Lanes. Fus. 1904 

Died 4 May 1915 from the effects of gas poisoning at 

Ypres 

WESTALL, B. C. Capt., Essex Regt.(T.F.) 1912 

WESTCOTT, G. F. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C.fT.F.); Lieut. 1912 

(A.),R.A.F. (P.) 
^WHEELER, H. L. 2nd Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) ; 1914 

attd. Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt.) 

Died 26 Dec. 1915 of wounds received in action 
WHEELER, Rev. H. W. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

*WHITFIELD, J. B. Lieut., R.E. 1908 

Died 20 Jan. 1916 of wounds received in action 
WHITTY, L. W. Capt., Lanes. Fus. (W.) 1907 

WHYTE VENABLES, H. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1910 

WILKINSON, Rev. C. F. W. Chaplain, R.N. 1904 

WILKINSON, Rev. G. A. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

(W.) M.C. 

WILKINSON, Rev. J. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1912 

* WILKINSON, M. L. 2nd Lieut., Northumberland Fus. 1913 

Died 8 July 1917 of wounds received in action 
WILLIAMS, J. G. 2nd Lieut., King's (Liverpdol Regt.) 1914 
WILLIAMS, O. H. 2nd Lieut., Army Cyclist Corps 1911 

WILLIAMSON, F. A. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1908 

WILLIAMSON, T. R. Lieut., R. Fusiliers. (W.) M.C. 1912 
WILSON, Rev. B. C. C.F. 4th Class, Australian Chaplains' 1901 

Dept. M. 

WISE, Rev. A. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. m. 1902 

WRIGHT, E. G. D. Pte., Rand Rifles, S. Africa Force 1903 

YATES, H. G. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) M.C. 1905 




ST CATHARINE'S COLLEGE 

ALEXANDER, J. H. R. Lieut., Devon Regt. ^1907 

ALLEN, Rev. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. ^1908 

ANABLE, A. Lieut., Norfolk Regt. (W.) 1915 

ARMSTRONG, H. R. Major, R.E.(T.F.) T.D. 1887 

ARMSTRONG, J. L. Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. (W.) 1911 

ASHTON, E. G. Leading Telegraphist, R.N.V.R. 1913 
ASTLEY, B. A. F. 2nd Lieut., Devon Regt.; Lieut., 1892 

Training Res. Bn. and Labour Corps 

ATKINS, E. M. Lieut., R.E. (W.) 1909 

AUSTIN, Rev. S. Lieut., R.F.A. 1904 

BAKER, E. C. Capt., London Regt. (R. Fus.) ; Major (Ad.), 1911 

R.A.F. (W.) 
BAKER, Rev. P. C.F. 4th Class, Australian Chaplains' *i9O9 

Dept. 
^BARKER, R. A. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1914 

Derby Regt.) ; empld. Recruiting Staff. (W.) M.C. 

Died 13 Oct. 1918 of wounds received in action 
BARTLETT, A. G. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt., T.F.) 1913 

and Labour Corps 
^BARTLETT, L. A. Lieut., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt.) 1903 

Killed in action 22 July 1916 
BARWELL, H. B. 2nd Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt.; Capt., 1912 

Gen. List (Recruiting Staff). (W.) 
BATES, H. S. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt.; Lieut. 1912 

I.A.R.O., attd. i9th Punjabis. (W 2.) 
^BELCHER, G. Capt., R. Berkshire Regt. M.C. M. 1904 

Killed in action 15-17 May 1915 
BENNETT, J.C.S. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. (R.N.D.) (W.) [1914] 

M.C. 



308 ST CATHARINE'S COLLEGE 

BENSTEAD, C. R. Lieut., R.G.A. M.C. M. 1914 

BERWICK, E.B.H.,T.D. Major, Rossall School O.T.C. m. *i892 
BIDGOOD, Rev. G. J. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

BIRD, M. B. Lieut., Norfolk Regt.(T.F.) 1910 

*BiRD, P. C. H. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Regt.; attd. Loyal 1911 

N. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 

Killed in action in Mesopotamia 5 April 1916 
BIRMINGHAM, Rt. Rev. Bishop of. C.F. ist Class, 1910 

R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 
BLACKBURN, Rev. B. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

M.B.E. rm. 
BLUCKE, R. S. Lieut., Dorset Regt.; Hon. Lieut. (O.), [1914] 

RAF 

BOOTH, Rev. H. F. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1895 

BOOTHMAN, J. H. E. D. 2nd Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent 1915 

Regt.); Pte., R. Fusiliers and M.G.C. (W.) 
^BOULTBEE, A. E. Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. and 1915 

R.F.C. 

Killed in action 17 March 1917 
BOWER, F. Sergt., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) ; 2nd 1913 

Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 4th Rajputs. (W.) 
BOYCE, A. H. Sergt., E. Surrey Regt.; attd. Middlesex 1914 

Regt. 
BOYD, C. W. Capt., King's Own Scottish Borderers. 1909 

(W.) 
Bo YD- CARPENTER, Rt. Rev. Bishop, K.C.V.O. Hon. C.F., 1860 

R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 

BOYD-CARPENTER, J. P. Capt., R. Scots Fus. (W.) 1892 

BRACHI, C. C. Capt., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.); 1900 

attd. Gen. Staff. M. 
BRAGG, W. H. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) ; Capt. (Ad.), R.A.F. 1913 

(W.) 
BRAMELD, A. J. M. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt.(T.F.) 1903 

and Labour Corps. (W.) 
BRIGLEY, C. G. Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1914 

Regt., T.F.) ; attd. R.E. (W.) 

BROWN, C. L. M. Telegraphist, R.N.V.R. 1914 

BRUCE, A. A. Capt., R.G.A. (W 2.) M.C. M. 1913 

^BUCKLEY, E. Capt., York and Lancaster Regt. (W.) M. 1905 

Killed in action at Lens 30 Sept. 1917 
BULL, J. C. Major, D. of Wellington's (W. Riding Regt.) 1900 

(W.) M.C. M 3 . 

BULMER, Rev. P. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1908 

BURDETT, A. F. C.Q.M.S., R.E. M. 1913 



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1 CAiN,R.C. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. (W.) D.F.C. 1910 

CALTHORPE, Hon. F. S. G. See GOUGH CALTHORPE, Hon. 

F. S. 
^CARTER, B. 2nd Lieut., Cambridgeshire Regt. 1913 

Killed in action 18 Sept. 1918 
CARTER, Rev. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. Order of St 1911 

Sava, $th Class (Serbia). M. 
!<CARTWRIGHT, C. 2nd Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. 1904 

Killed in action 19 April 1916 
CATTLEY, R. Major, W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) and Training 1890 

Res. Bn. (W a.) 
^CAYLEY, F. D. E. and Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1913 

Killed in action 29 Sept. 1915 

CHESTERMAN, H. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1902 

CIRCUIT, Rev. E. F. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1908 

^CLARK, G. M. Major, Northamptonshire Regt. M. 1899 

Killed in action 14 July 1916 
^CLARKE, M. T. Pte., loth Bn., Canadian Infy. 1902 

Killed in action (3 May 1915) 
COCKELL, B. W. Capt., Suffolk Regt.(T.F.); A.D.C. 1913 

French Croix de Guerre 

COLLINS, Rev. H. E. Chaplain, R.N. 1894 

COMPTON, F. 2nd Lieut., Cambridgeshire Regt. (P.) 1915 

*!<CONAN-DAVIES, B.I. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. ; attd. *i9i i 

York and Lancaster Regt. (W.) 

Died 23 Nov. 1918 of pneumonia contracted on active 

service 
COONEY, A. B. Capt., Denbighshire Yeo. and R. Welsh 1910 

Fus. 

COOPER, Rev. F. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. *i9o8 

^CORBETT, H. V. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt.; attd. 1912 

Essex Regt. (W.) 

Killed in action 17 Oct. 1918 
CORFIELD, C. L. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt.; empld. 1912 

O.C.B. (W2.) M.C. 
CRISP, Rev. H. Capt., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1909 

Regt.); empld. Ministry of Pensions. (W.) 
CULVERWELL, J. S. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. 53rd Sikhs. 1908 

(W2.) M. 
GUMMING, G. E. 2nd Lieut., Gordon Hdrs.; empld. 1911 

Command Depot 
CURTIS, S. W. Lieut., R.F.A. 1911 

1 Killed in flying accident after the armistice. 



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DAVENPORT, S. F. Lieut., R.G.A. 1914 

DAVIDSON, M. C. 2nd Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. L.I.; [1914] 

Lieut., M.G.C. (W 3 .) 

DAVIES, A. L. Seaman, R.N.V.R. 1912 

DAVIES, D. LL. E. Capt.,W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) (W 2.) 1912 
DAVIES, J. O. Corpl., Worcestershire Regt. 1917 

DAVIES, K.C. J. Capt., R.A.S.C. and loth Gurkha Rifles, 1912 

Indian Army 

DAVIS, J. W. F. McN. See McNAUGHT-DAVis, J. W. F. 
DAVISON, G. Lieut., R.A.S.C. M. 1912 

DAY, Rev. G. P. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

DELPH, L. W. Lieut., R.E. (W.) M.C. 1910 

DEMPSEY, G. B. Capt. and Adjt., Manchester Regt. 1912 

M.C. and Bar. M 3. 

DIER, C. V. Cadet, O.C.B. 1908 

DINGAD-DAVIES, F. LL. Lieut., R.F.A. ; Capt., R.A.O.C. 1913 
DODD, Rev. J. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

DRACUP, A. H. 2nd Lieut., I.A.R.O. *i909 

^DRIFFIELD, H. G. 2nd Lieut., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent 1901 

Regt.) 

Died i Aug. 1917 of wounds received in action 22 April 

1917 
^DRIFFIELD, L. T. Capt., St John's School, Leatherhead, 1899 

O.T.C. 

Died 9 Oct. 1917 
DUKE, A. C. H. Major, R.G.A. (R. of O.); Lieut.-Col., 1898 

A.A. and Q.M.G. C.M.G. D.S.O. M 4. 

EASTER, Rev. A. J. T. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) ; empld. 1912 

Recruiting Staff 

EASTWELL, M. M. Major, Cambridgeshire Regt. and 1908 

Spec. List (Cmdt., Reception Camp) 

EDE, E. E. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. (W.) 1911 

ELLIS, R. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M. 1903 

ELLISTON, G. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Service, ^1896 

T.F.) M.C. Order of St John of Jerusalem 

ELWOOD, A. G. F. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1908 

and Derby Regt.) (P.) 

EVANS, A. O. Lieut., Sappers and Miners, Indian Army 1906 

EVANS, I. Lieut., R.G.A. 1912 

EVANS, L. G. Lieut., R. Marines. (W.) 1913 

EVERETT, H. F. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) m 2. *i896 

EVERINGTON, G. F. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1910 



ST CATHARINE'S COLLEGE 3 n 

FARR, H. F. Instructor Lieut., R.N. M. 1904 

FARROW, W. P. 2nd Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. (W 2.) 1911 

*FLAXMAN, W. J. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. ^1909 

Died on active service in Mesopotamia 27 May 1917 

FRANCIS, B. A. Capt., R.G.A. (W.) 1897 

GARMONSWAY, G. N. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1916 

GIBB, Rev. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

GIBSON, H. H. Lieut., Rossall School O.T.C. 1897 

GILBERT, Rev. L. A. Chaplain, R.N. 1903 

>fcGiLL, K. C. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt.; Capt. (A.), 1912 

R.A.F. (W.) M.C. M^. 

Died 22 Oct. 1918 of wounds received in action 

GILL, Rev. W. Chaplain, R.N. ^1907 
GOLDBERG, S. V. See GOLDHURST, S. V. 

GOLDHURST, S. V. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1910 

GOUGH CALTHORPE, Hon. F. S. Lieut., Staffordshire *i9i3 

Yeo; Capt., Spec. List (P. and B.T. Staff) 

GRAHAM-BROWN, G. F. Capt. and Adjt., King's Own 1910 

Scottish Borderers. (W.) 

GRAND, G. C. Cadet, O.C.B. 1917 

*GRAY, E. T. 2nd Lieut., Durham L.I. 1914 

Killed in action 22 Oct. 1915 

GREENHOUGH, H. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers; Lieut., Gen. 1910 

List, attd. R.E. (Signals) 

^GRIFFITHS, C. R. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers 1915 

Died i May 1917 of wounds received in action 

GRINDON, Rev. A. W. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. ^1894 

GUDGEON, Rev. C. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

*GULLICK, A. L. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 1904 

Killed in action 3 Oct. 1915 

GULLICK, L. B. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1906 

GUY, B. M. E. 2nd Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. M. 1915 

HACKING, Rev. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. ^1901 

HAMILTON, J. W. Capt., Highland L.I.(T.F.) 1909 

HARE, S. G. Pte., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1906 

HASLEWOOD,B. T. Major, R.F.A. 1894 

HAYES, J. C. 2nd Lieut., Middlesex Regt.; Capt., [1914] 

M.G.C. and Spec. List 

HEADLEY, H. H. Capt., R. Fusiliers ^1906 

HELDER, L. B. Lieut., R. Fusiliers ; Lieut. (O.), R.A.F. [1914] 

(P.) 

HELLINS, Rev. E. W. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D .(T.F.) 1894 



312 ST CATHARINE'S COLLEGE 

HEPWORTH, L. D. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) [1914] 

HERD, J. G. M. Lieut., Trinity College, Glenalmond, 1896 

O.T.C. 

HITCHCOCK, J. V. Capt., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 1908 

HODDER, H. G. Lieut., R.E. (W.) D.C.M. M. 1911 

HODGSON, F. W. 2nd Lieut., Lanes. Fus. (T.F.) ; Lieut., 1915 

R. Warwickshire Regt. (T.F.); empld. O.C.B. 
HOFFMEISTER, C. E. See HOUGH, C. E. 

HOLLINGWORTH, L. Pioneer, R.E. (Spec. Bde.) 1913 

HOLLIS,A. J. 2nd Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. (T.F.) 1917 

HOPKIN, D. Capt., E.Yorks. Regt.; Major, R. Fusiliers. 1910 

M.C. 

HOSBAND, E. A. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. (W.) 1915 

HOUGH, C.E. Capt., S. Wales Borderers. (W2.) 1905 

HOWARD, Rev. G. W. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

HOWARD, Rev. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1894 

HOWDEN, E. R. Lieut., R A.S.C. 1914 

HOWE, R. G. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1912 

Derby Regt.) and R. Dublin Fus. (W.) (P.) m 2. 
HUDSON, G. H. Capt., York and Lancaster Regt.; attd. 1910 

T.M.B. (W.) M. 
^HUGHES, HAROLD. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1913 

Died 23 April 1917 of wounds received in action 
HUGHES, HORACE. Sergt., Welsh Regt. ; 2nd Lieut., Nor- 1915 

folk Regt. (W.) M.C. 
HUGHES, J. B. W. Lce.-CorpL, London Regt.; 2nd 1914 

Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt. (W.) (P.) 
HUMPHREYS, G. N. Hon. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. (P.) M. 1901 
HUNT, H. N. Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1913 

Regt.) and Manchester Regt. (T.F.) ; Capt., Spec. 

List (Asst. Officer i/c R.E. Records), m. 
HURST, E.S. Lieut., R.F.A. (T.F.) ; attd. T.M.B. (W2.) 1913 

JAY, C. D. Capt., R. Sussex Regt.; Major, M.G.C. *i9ii 

D.S.O. M$. 

JEEVES, Rev. F. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. *i9ii 

JOHNSON, Rev. W. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1901 

*JOLLEY, J. A. B. Sergt., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); 2nd [1914] 

Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. 

Killed in action n Oct. 1915 

JONES, A. M. Lieut., St Paul's School O.T.C. 1899 

JONES, W. H. S. 2nd Lieut., Perse School O.T.C. 



KENDALL, Rev. W. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1911 



ST CATHARINE'S COLLEGE 313 

KEY, Rev. S. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) #1895 

KILBURN, D. and Lieut., Durham L.I. 1911 

*KIRKUS, C. H. Capt., R.G.A. 1899 

Killed in action 31 July 1917 
KNAPP, K. K. Brig.-Gen.,R. A. C.B. C.M.G. D.S.O. 1885 

Brevet Colonel. M*j. Order of St Stanislas ,^rd Class 

(Russia). American Distinguished Service Medal 
KNEEN, C. W. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. and M.G.C. 1912 

KNIGHT, J. E. H. Corpl., R.A.V.C. 1907 

KOBLICH, G. R. Lieut., Norfolk Regt.(T.F.); empld. [1914] 

Ministry of Munitions 

LASBREY, Rev. B. Chaplain, R.N. 1900 

*LEE, H. V. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt. ^1909 

Died 17 Nov. 1916 of wounds received in action 

*LEMMEY, F. G. Lieut., R. Scots. (W.) 1893 

Killed in action i^July 1916 

LEWIS, J. H. Corpl., R. Fusiliers 1908 

LEWIS, J. M. C. Lieut., Welsh Regt. (W.) 1913 

LLOYD, R. T. Pte., Suffolk Regt. (W.) 1913 
LOEWE, H. M. J. 2nd Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. ; Lieut., *i9ii 

Gen. List 
LOWNDES, A. G. 2nd Lieut., K. Edward's School, Can- 1910 

terbury, O.T.C. 

LUSCOMBE, B. P. Lieut., R.F.A.; attd. T.M.B. (P.) 1912 

LUTTER, R. B. Lieut., R.G.A. (W2.) 1916 

MCARTHUR, R. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (P.) M.C. 1912 

McGowAN, Rev. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

McMiCHAEL, G. W. Pte., Worcestershire Regt.(T.F.); 1910 

2nd Corpl., R.E. (Field Survey Coy.) 

MCMURTRIE, Rev. S. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1896 

^McNAUGHT-DAVis, J. W. F. Lieut., S.Wales Borderers 1912 

Killed in action 17 Jan. 1915 
*MANN,J.W. 2nd Lieut., The Buffs (E.Kent Regt., T.F.) 1907 

Died 22 Aug. 1918 of wounds received in action 
MARCH, Rev. W. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

MARSH, A. W. 2nd Lieut., Hampshire Regt.; Lieut., ^1914 

Gen. List (attd. R.E., Signals) 

*MAYO, W. C. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1905 
Derby Regt.) 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 7-11 Aug. 1915 
1 MiLNER, Rev. D. R. Chaplain, R.N. 1909 

1 Accidentally killed at Archangel after the armistice. 



3H ST CATHARINE'S COLLEGE 

MITCHELL, W. G. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1913 

*MooRE, G. 2nd Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. 1912 

Killed in action in the First Battle of Ypres 7 Nov. 1914 
MORRIS, W. F. Lieut., Norfolk Regt.; Major, Army 1911 

Cyclist Corps. M.C. M. 

MOUNTFORD, Rev. A. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. *i9io 
MOUSLEY, Rev. T. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. ^1908 

MULLINS, A. F. Capt., Saskatchewan Regt., Canadian 1909 

Force; Staff Capt. (W.) 

NEWELL, A. 2nd Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. 1892 

NICHOLS, F. P. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. 1875 

NORBY, Rev. R. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1912 

NORRIS, C. G. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.) 1910 

O'CONNOR, Rev. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. ^1908 

OLIVER, F. J. Capt., Gen. List (T.F. Res.); Instructor ^1914 

in Musketry 
OTTY, H. R. Lieut., R.E. M. 1908 

PALMER, E. DE S. Capt., Norfolk Regt. 1907 

PARISH, W. O. Lieut., Norfolk Regt.; attd. R. Dublin 1912 

Fus. 
PARKER, C. 2nd Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1913 

Regt.) M.C. 
PARKER, H. N. Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. L.I.; attd. 1909 

Hampshire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 

PARKER SMITH, R. Capt., Perse School O.T.C. 1900 

PERKINS, F. H. Lieut., R.A.S.C. (W.) 1915 

PHILLIPS, C. K. Lieut., R. Irish Rifles ; Major, Gen. List 1899 

(D.A.A.G.) O.B.E. M. 

PHILLIPS, I. A. Cadet, O.C.B. 1916 

POWELL-PRICE, E. Capt., R. Welsh Fus.; A.D.C.; Staff 1912 

Capt. (W.) M.C. M. Order of the Nile , \ih Class 

(Egypt) 
*PREDDY, E. F. S. Capt., R.G.A. 1912 

Killed in action 8 Dec. 1917 
^PRITCHARD, R. 2nd Lieut., Devon Regt. ; attd. Gloucester- 1904 

shire Regt. (W.) 

Died 22 Aug. 1916 of wounds received in action 
*PUDUMJEE, N. S. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) 1911 

Drowned on H.M.S. Persia 30 Dec. 1915 
PULLIBLANK, Rev. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1894 

PURVIS, J. S. Lieut., Yorkshire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) m. 1909 



ST CATHARINE'S COLLEGE 315 

RAMSEY, H. L. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1915 

RANKING, G. S. A. Lieut.-CoL, R.A.M.C. (yd S. Gen. 1869 

Hospital, T.F.) C.M.G. rm. 
*RAWES, J. H. R. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. [jQH] 

Killed in action i July 1916 
RAYNER, C. G. Cadet, R.F.C.; Lce.-Corpl., London 1917 

Regt. (St Pancras Bn.) 
i<RiGBY, G. Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt. M.C. 1910 

Killed in action 7 June 1916 

RILEY, W. N. Capt., Leicestershire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1911 
RIVERS-SMITH, S. Capt., King's African Rifles. M. 1898 

ROBINSON, Rev. B. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1908 

ROBINSON, L. R. C. 2nd Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. ; Lieut., 1909 

I.A.R.O. (Cavalry.) (W.) 

ROBINSON, Rev. L. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1883 

ROGERS, A. D. S. Major, Northumberland Fus. (W.) 1902 

ROSE, Rev. C. P. G. Chaplain, R.N. 1905 

*Ross, W. S. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.) ; Lieut., Border 191 1 

Regt. (W.) 

Killed in action 23 July 1917 

ROWLEY, Rev. F. B. Chaplain, R.N. 1893 

RUSHMORE, F. M., T.D. Lieut.-CoL, Cambridge Univ. 1895 

O.T.C. 
*RYAN, A. C. T. K. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. (W.) 1912 

Killed in action 24 Oct. 1918 
RYAN, D. P. K. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1913 

SCOTT, A. D. B. Capt., R. Irish Rifles and Gen. List, 1898 

empld. Ministry of National Service 
*SCOTT, W. F. Pte., London Regt. (Q.V.R.); 2nd Lieut., 1909 

Somerset L.I. 

Killed in action i July 1916 

SEWELL, F. A. S. Capt., Bedford Grammar School O.T.C. 1899 
SHAW, G. E. Fit. Cadet, R.A.F. 1917 

SHEPPEY- GREENE, Rev. R. F. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1905 

SKRIMSHIRE, C. V. S. Major, R.G.A. 1897 

SLATER, A. Lieut., I.A.R.O. , attd. io6thHazara Pioneers. 1006 

M. 
*SMART, W. E. Sergt., King's Royal Rifle Corps; 2nd 1913 

Lieut., Yorkshire Regt.; attd. W. Yorks. Regt. 

Killed in action near Cambrai u Oct. 1918 
*SMITH, D. G. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) (W 2.) 1914 

M.C. 

Died 1 6 Aug. 1917 of wounds received in action 



316 ST CATHARINE'S COLLEGE 

SMITH, R. C. S. See STANDRING- SMITH, R. C. 
SOOLE, Rev. W. B. Gnr., R.G.A. i! 

^SOUTHWELL, F. E. G. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) 1908 

Died 10 April 1917 of wounds received in action 
SQUIRES, A. P. H. Capt., Lincolnshire Regt.;attd.T.M.B. [1914! 

(W.) M.C. 

STANDRING-SMITH, R. C. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1897 

STARLING, G. Fit. Cadet, R.A.F. *i909 

STEARN, G. F. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers. (P.) 1913 

STEEL, D. M. Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 1915 

STEERS, J. A. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps 1916 

STEVENSON, W. F. J. F. 2nd Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. 1913 

^STOKES, R. J. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.); 2nd Lieut., 1907 

King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W.) 

Kitted in action 20 Aug. 1916 
STUART, J. A. G. Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) (P. Escaped 1914 

from Germany) 

SWANN-MASON, Rev. R. S. Chaplain, R.N. O.B.E. ^1895 
^SwiFT, W. 2nd Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. 1913 

Killed in action 1-3 July 1916 

i<TALL, J. J. 2nd Lieut., Devonshire Regt. 1912 

Killed in action 17 Feb. 1918 

TAVENER, F. E. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1917 

TAYLOR, Rev. B. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

TAYLOR, C. C. Lieut., London Regt. (R. Fus.) (W.) 1909 

^THEOBALD, R. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. (W.) M.C. [1914] 

Killed in action 10 April 1918 

THOMAS, A. H. Major, Lanes. Fus. M 2. 1896 

THOMAS, E. A. Capt., R.G.A. (T.F.); Hon. Capt. (A.), 1911 

R.A.F. (W.) 
THOMAS, J. O. 2nd Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. Rid- 1914 

ing Regt.) (W.) 
THOMAS, W. E. Leading Telegraphist, R.N.V.R. 1913 

THOMPSON, W. B. Seaman, R.N.V.R. 1909 

TRIST,L. H. Capt., Lincolnshire Regt. ; Major, E. Lanes. 1902 

Regt.; Lieut.-Col., Welsh Regt. (W 2.) D.S.O. 

M.C. M2. 
TUCK, C. H. Lieut., Lancaster Grammar School 1911 

O.T.C. 
TURNER, E. M. Sergt., Gloucestershire Regt. (T.F.) 1908 

M.M. 
TURNER, G. McD. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) ; Capt. 1909 

(A.),R.A.F.;S.0. 3 . 



ST CATHARINE'S COLLEGE 317 

*UNWiN,E. F. Major (A.), R.F.C. (W.) M. 1900 

Died 22 March 1916 of injuries received in flying acci- 
dent 31 Jan. 1916 

WAKEFIELD, Rev. A. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1912 

WALBANK, C. F. Writer, R.N.R. 1916 

^WARD-PRICE, L. S. Corpl., K. Edward's Horse; Lieut., 1912 

Life Gds.; Capt. (A.), R.F.C. (W.) M. 

Killed in action 25 March 1917 

WATERS, Rev. G. M. Chaplain, R.N. 1889 

WATSON, R. E. 2nd Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs.; attd. R. 1916 

Scots Fus. (W.) 

WATSON, Rev. W. N. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1891 

* WATTS, H. L. Capt., Essex Regt. 1903 

Killed in action 20 Oct. 1915 

WEBSTER, H. Capt., Norfolk Regt. 1912 

*WHITE, F. R. 2nd Lieut., R.E.; attd. R.F.C. 1911 

Died 23 Jan. 1917 of wounds received in action 
WHITE, G. E. Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 1907 

WHITHAM, A. 2nd Lieut., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey 1910 

Regt.) and Labour Corps 

WILKINSON, E. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1912 

^WILLIAMS, H. G. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1913 

Died 5 Jan. 1917 of injuries received on active ser- 
vice 

WILLIAMS, W. S. 2nd Lieut., Welsh Regt. (W.) 1911 

WOLFE, B. T. 2nd Lieut., Cheshire Regt. 1912 

WOOD, A. J. 2nd Lieut., Monmouthshire Regt.; Lieut., 1911 

S. Lanes. Regt. 
WOOD, E. R. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt. (W4.)M.C. 1912 

and Bar 
WOOD, L. S. Capt., R.A.S.C.; Major, D.A.D. S. and T. 1897 

M.B.E. M. 
WOODCOCK, G. 2nd Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt.; Lieut., 1912 

King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) ; empld. Intelligence 

and Education Staff 
*WORMALD, O. E. Capt., Suffolk Regt.(T.F.) 1911 

Died 2 Feb. 1917 of appendicitis 
WORMALD, Rev. R. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. ; empld. ^1908 

Indian Army. M.B.E. M. m. 
WORMELL, R. L. See WORMALD, Rev. R. L. 
WRIGHT, Rev. A. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. ^1909 




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ACTON, H. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. (W.) 1909 

ADAMS, Rev. H. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1876 

*ADAMS, J. B. P. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. (W.) 1909 

Died 27 Feb. 1917 of wounds received in action 

^ADAMSON, F. D. Lieut., Border Regt. 1910 

Killed in action 16 Nov. 1915 

ADLER, H. M. Capt. and Adjt., R.A.S.C. M.B.E. m. 1894 

*AINLEY, K. E. D. 2nd Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) 1913 

Died 9 June 1915 of wounds received in action in Galli- 

poli ii May 1915 

^ALEXANDER, Rev. P. G. Chaplain, R.N. 1905 

Drowned on H.M.S. Hampshire 5 June 1916 

ALEXANDER, Rev. R. C. Chaplain, R.N. 1905 

ALLDRED, R. A. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.; R.T.O. 1915 

(W.) 

ALLEN, F. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 28th Punjabis. (W.) 1912 

^ALLEN, G. A. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 2nd 1905 

Lieut., Essex Regt. 

Killed in action on the Somme i July 1916 

ALLOTT, P. B. Capt., Northamptonshire Regt. 1899 

ANDERSON, L. R. D. Capt. and Adjt., R.F.A. M.C. 1905 

ANDREWS, J. A. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) (W.) 1895 

ANDREWS, J. C. Capt. and Adjt., London Regt. (Q.V.R.) ; 1909 

Staff Capt. M.C. Mz. 

ANTHONY, A. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1908 

ANTROBUS, H. Lieut., R.E. 1910 

APPLETON, E. V. Capt., R.E. 1911 

ARCHER-HIND, L. 2nd Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. 1915 

ARMITAGE, B. W. F. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1909 



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ARNOLD, J. C. Capt., Northumberland Fus.; empld. 1900 

Ministry of Pensions. (W.) 

ARNOTT, E. W. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) O.B.E. M. 1902 

ASHBURNER, W. Capt., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.); 1885 

Major, Labour Corps 

ASHBY, Rev. N. Lce.-CorpL, R.A.M.C. 1902 

ASKEY, Rev. A. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. *i8y9 

ASKEY, S. G. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1907 

ATKINSON, G. Pioneer, R.E. (Spec. Bde.) M. 1911 

^ATKINSON, H. N. 2nd Lieut., Cheshire Regt. D.S.O. 1908 

Missing, presumed killed in action, 22 Oct. 1914 

ATTLEE, W. H. W. Major, R.A.M.C. M. 1894 

AUBRY, C. P. Lieut., R.G.A. 1908 

AVERILL, T. H. Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt. (W.) 1909 

^BADCOCK, A. L. 2nd Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. 1913 

and King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 

Killed in action 13 Oct. 1915 
BAILY, G. G. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1892 

Derby Regt., T.F.) and Labour Corps 

BAKER, M. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1902 

BANNERMAN, Rev. W. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1884 

B ARBOUR, G. B. Pte., H.A.C.; 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1912 

BARKER, P. T. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1917 

BARLOW, P. S. Capt., R. Sussex Regt. (T.F.) ; Capt. 1902 

and Adjt., R.E. 
BARNES, G. G. Major, London Regt. (Post Office Rifles). 1905 

(W 2.) m. 
*BARNETT, B. L. T. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1893 

Died 1 8 April 1915 
BARRETT, H. S. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt., T.F.) 1906 

O.B.E. Mz. 
BARRETT GREENE, A. H. Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) 1913 

and Training Res. Bn. 

BARRITT, W. V. Capt., R.A.M.C.fT.F.) 1903 

i<BARTLETT,W.H. Lieut.,Fort Garry Horse, Canadian Force 1896 

Killed in action 14 Sept. 1916 

BARTON, F. S. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1914 

BEALE, C. E. Capt., R. Berkshire Regt.; attd. Devon 1907 

Regt. (W.) m. 
BEARD, A. J. Capt., Essex Regt. ; empld. O.C.B. (W 2.) 1912 

M.C. 
*BEARD, E. C. Lieut., Essex Regt.(T.F.) 1909 

Killed in action at Gaza 26 March 1917 



320 ST JOHN'S COLLEGE 

^BEAUMONT-CHECKLAND, M. B. Lieut., W. Somerset Yeo. ; 1902 

attd. Somerset L.I. 

Killed in action at Langemarck 17 Aug. 1917 
BECKLEY, V. A. Lieut., R.G.A. M.C. 1914 

*BEECHEY, C. R. Pte., R. Fusiliers 1897 

Killed in action in E. Africa 18 Oct. 1917 
BEITH, I. H. Capt., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs.; Hon. 1895 

Major, M.G.C.; Major, Spec. List, empld. British 

Military Mission. C.B.E. M.C. M. 

BELL, T. O. Capt., Essex Regt. 1905 

BELLMAN, Rev. A. F. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

BENNETT, C. W. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1898 

BENNION, J. M. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1895 

BENOY,RCV. J. C.F. ist Class, R.A.C.D.; A.C.G. 1882 

BENOY, J. F. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt.; Capt., Spec. List 1913 

(Bde. Bombing Officer). (W 2.) M. 
^BENSON, G. E. Rfn., Rifle Brigade 1913 

Killed in action near Fromelles 9 May 1915 
BENSTEAD, A. S. Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. ; Major, Gen. 1914 

List (Cmdt., Reception Camp) 

BENTLEY,A.J. Capt., Border Regt. (W.) M.C. and Bar 1907 

BENTLEY, Rev. J. H. Chaplain, R.A.F. 1903 

BERESFORD, G. A. Lieut., R.F.A. 1907 

^BERNARD, H. C. 2nd Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt.; attd. 1912 

Worcestershire Regt. (W.) 

Killed in action 3 Sept. 1916 

BEVAN, E. J. 2nd Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 1914 

BEVAN, G. T. M. Major, R.E. M. 1909 

BEVAN, Ven. H. E. J. C.F. 3 rd Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1873 

^BILLINGER, H. F. 2nd Lieut., E. Lanes. Regt. 1911 

Killed in action 23 Nov. 1916 

BILLINGHURST, W. B. Capt., Gen. List (T.F. Res.) m. 1872 
BILSLAND, A. S. Capt., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles, 1910 

T.F.) ; Staff Capt. M.C. 

BINDLOSS, A. H. Major, R.A.M.C. 1884 

BINNS, A. L. Capt., Lincolnshire Regt.; empld. R.E. 1911 

(W.) M.C. 
BISDEE, J. S. M. Trooper, K. Edward's Horse; Lieut., 1913 

R.F.A. 

BLACK, S. G. Air Mechanic, R.N.A.S. 1910 

BLADWELL, E. W. CorpL, R.E. 1913 

^BLAKELEY, F. R. 2nd Lieut., Somerset L.I. ; attd. Indian 1914 

Army 

Killed in action 22 Feb. 1917 



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BLAXTER, A. P. LL. Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. 1910 

BLUMHARDT, E. H. F. See MILLS, E. H. F. 
*BODDINGTON, Rev. V. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1905 

Died 13 March 1917 of tuberculosis contracted on active 

service 

BOND, B. W. Capt., Connaught Rangers. (W.) M.C. 1913 
*BONSER, G. A. G. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) (W.) 1907 

Killed in action near Armentieres 29 Sept. 1918 
BONSEY, Rev. W. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1892 
BOOTH, E. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. and M.G.C. 1913 

BOWDON, Rev. W. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1899- 

^BOWEN, L. H. Corpl., London Regt. (Q.V.R.); Lieut., 1907 

Lincolnshire Regt. 

Killed in action 22 Dec. 1915 
BRACKETT, A. W. K. Lieut., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent 1913 

Regt.) (W.) 
BRASH, E. J. Y. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) Order of St 1907 

Sava, \ih Class (Serbia) 

BRAUNHOLTZ, H. J. Lce.-Corpl., R.A.M.C. 1908 

BRIAN, F. R. H. Lieut., R.G.A. 1912 

BRICE-SMITH, H. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W 2.) M.C. 1908 

M. 
^BRICE-SMITH, J. K. 2nd Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. [1914] 

Died ii Sept. 1915 of wounds received in action in the 

Ypres Salient 6 Sept. 1915 

BRIGGS, G. E. Sergt.-Instructor, R.E. (Signals) 1912 

BRIGGS, Rev. W. A. Chaplain, R.N. 1900 

*BROCK, E. G. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.,T.F.) M.C. 1911 

Killed in action 31 July 1917 
BROOKE, Z. N. Capt., E. Surrey Regt. and Gen. List 1902 

(Intelligence) 
*BROWN, C.W. Capt., R. Scots Fus. (W2.) 1911 

Killed in action i May 1916 
*BROWN, E. M. Lieut., Tank Corps. (W.) 1912 

Killed in action 29 Sept. 1917 

BROWN, S. R. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) M.C. 1899 

BROWN, W. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. (ist London Gen. Hos- 1889 

pital, T.F.) 

BROWNE, B. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1910 

^BROWNING, Rev. G. A. Chaplain, R.N. 1896 

Killed in action in the Battle of Jutland 31 May 1916 
BROWNING, H. A. Surgeon Lieut.-Cdr., R.N. 1898 

BROWNING, K. C. Lieut., R.E. ; empld. Ministry of Muni- 1894 

tions 

C. U.W.L. 21 



322 ST JOHN'S COLLEGE 

*BROWNSON, R. D. D. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1902 

Died at Peshawar 21 Oct. 1918 

BUCHANAN, G. B. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1887 

BUCKLEY, W. H. 2nd Lieut., 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons. [1914] 

(W.) 

BULLEN, F. J. Lieut., R.G.A. ; empld. Ministry of Muni- 1911 

tions 

BUNT, A. P. Capt. and Adjt., D. of Cornwall's L.I. 1910 

BURDON, R., V.D. Hon. Colonel, Durham L.I.(T.F.) 1849 

C.B.E. 

BURLING, E. J. P. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. D.S.C. D.F.C. 1912 

M. French Croix de Guerre 

*BURR, F. G. Capt., R. Scots Fus. 1908 

Killed in action in the Battle of Loos 26 Sept. 1915 

BURRELL, J. H. Capt. and Adjt., Durham L.I. (P.) M. 1912 

BURTON, Rev. H. P. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

BURTON-FANNING, F. W. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F. Res.) 1888 

BUTLER, A. G. Colonel, Australian A.M.C. D.S.O. 1891 

M2. 

BUTTON. A. E. Air Mechanic, R.A.F. 1908 

CABLE, H. S. Lieut., E. Surrey Regt.(T.F.); Capt., 1882 

Labour Corps. ; empld. Ministry of Labour. M. 

^CALLENDER, R. H. 2nd Lieut., Durham L.I. 1913 

Accidentally killed near Armentieres 5 Oct. 1915 

CALVERT, E. Capt., I.M.S. 1907 

CAMPBELL, Rev. A. J. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) m. 1894 

CAMPBELL, C. G. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1905 

CARDWELL, A. G. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1908 

CARLILL, H. B. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. M. 1900 

CARNEGY, Rev. F. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1889 

CARTER, W. H. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 6th Gurkha 1908 

Rifles and 4th Assam Rifles; Capt., Spec. List. m. 

^CASSELS, W. G. Capt., Border Regt. M. 1912 

Killed in action near Bouzencourt 13 July 1916 

CASSON, R. Capt., I.A.R.O. 1897 

^CASTLE, C. W. Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. 1914 

Killed in action 3 Aug. 1917 

CHADWICK, B. LL. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. ; empld. Ministry 1910 

of Labour 

CHADWICK, M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1908 

^CHAPMAN, A. R. B Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.) 1913 

(W2.) 

Killed in action 6 June 1916 



ST JOHN'S COLLEGE 323 

CHAPPLE, A. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1895 

CHAPPLE, H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1901 

CHASTENEY, H. E. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 1907 

CHECKL AND , M . BEAUMONT . See BEAUMONT- CHECKL AND , 

M. B. 
^CHEESE, Rev. W. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1902 

Died 7 Nov. 1918 of pneumonia contracted on active 

service 

CHEESEMAN, A. L. Capt., 9th Infy. Bn., S. African Force 1896 
CHEETHAM, E. M. Corpl., R.E. 1912 

H. Lieut., R. Fusiliers 1908 

Died 10 Aug. 1915 of wounds received in action 9 Aug. 



CHESHIRE, F. M. Lieut., 2nd Nagpur Rifles, Indian De- 1906 

fence Force 
^CHIDSON, L. D. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps. M.C. [1914] 

M. 

Killed in action 24 April 1917 

CHURCHWARD, Rev. A. C. Pte., R.A.S.C. ^1905 

CHURCHWARD, Rev. M. W. C.F. ist Class, R.A.C.D.; ^1879 

A.C.G. C.B.E. m. 
!<CLARK, H. R. E. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (Civil Ser- 1910 

vice Rifles) 

Died 3 June 1915 of wounds received in action 25 May 

I 9 I 5 
^CLARKE, D. Pte., H.A.C. ; 2nd Lieut. (O.), R.F.C. 1913 

Killed in action 26 Aug. 1916 

CLARKE, J. H. Capt., D. of Cornwall's L.I. (W.) 1912 

CLARKE, J. S. Lieut.-Col., Wiltshire Regt.; G.S.O. 2, 1882 

War Office. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel, m. 

^CLARKE, R. S. Capt., King's (Shropshire L.I.) J 99 

Killed in action near Hooge 25 Sept. 1915 

CLAY, W. K. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1899 

CLELAND, J. R. Capt., R.F.A. 1908 

CLEMENTS, T. H. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1896 

CLOUGH, T. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. 2ist Cavalry 1906 

COAD, C. N. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. and Bar. M. 1902 

^COBBOLD, R. H. W. Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1912 

Killed in action 9 Sept. 1915 

COLEMAN, Rev. N. D. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

CONSTABLE, W. G. Major, Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1906 

and Derby Regt.) and Lanes. Fus. M. 

COOMBS, A. G. Major, R.G.A. D.S.O. M. Belgian 1903 

Croix de Guerre 



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324 ST JOHN'S COLLEGE 

*Coop, W. Pte., King's (Liverpool Regt., Liverpool 

Scottish, T.F.) 

Died 24 June 1915 of wounds received in action in the 

Ypres Salient 16 June 1915 
COOPER, H. Capt., Unattd. List T.F. (O.T.C.) 
COOPER, M. C. Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. L.I.; Major, 

M.G.C. M.C.andBar. M 2. 
CORT, J. L. P. Lieut., R.A.S.C.; Hon. Lieut. (Ad.), 

R.A.F. 
^COTTON, Rev. R. H. A. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 

Died at Taranto 1-2 Oct. 1918 of pneumonia 
Cox,H.B. Lieut.-Col., R.G.A.(T.F.) O.B.E. 
CRAUFORD, L. G. Sapper, R.E. (London Electrical En- 
gineers, T.F.) 

CRICK, L. G. M. Lieut., Cheshire Regt.(T.F.) 
^CROGGON, J. F. S. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 

Derby Regt.) (W.) 

Died 1 8 Nov. 1918 of influenza contracted on active 

service 

CROLE-REES, Rev. H. S. Chaplain, R.N. 
CROWTHER, C. R. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) (P.) 
*CRUICKSHANK, D. E. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); 2nd 

Lieut., Border Regt.; attd. Wiltshire Regt. 

Killed in action in Mesopotamia 9 April 1916 
CUFF, A. W. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F. Res.) M. 
CULLIS, L. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 23rd Sikh Pioneers 
CUMMINGS, R. R. Instructor Cdr., R.N. 
CUMMINS, F. J. Capt., Dorset Regt. (W.) 
CuRZON-SiGGERS, W. A. Air Mechanic, R.F.C. 
CUSHING, W. E. W. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Regt.; Lieut. 

(Ad.), R.A.F. 

DALE, F. Pte., H.A.C. ; 2nd Lieut., King's Own Scottish 1907 

Borderers 
DARLINGTON, W. A. C. Capt. and Adjt., Northumber- 1909 

land Fus.(T.F.); empld. War Office. (W.) 
^DAVENPORT, A. Lieut., Rifle Brigade; attd. Tank Corps. 1915 

(W.) 

Killed in action near Boyelles 23 Aug. 1918 
DAVIES,E. Capt., Sherwood Rangers; empld. Egyptian 1908 

Govt. (W.) 

DAVIES, R. M. Lieut., R.F.A. (W 2.) 1911 

DAVIS, H. Lieut., Somerset L.I.(T.F.) ; attd. 3rd Gurkha 1909 

Rifles, Indian Army 



ST JOHN'S COLLEGE 325 

DAVIS, H. J. Sergt., R. Welsh Fus 1908 

DAVY, C. L. Capt., M.G.C.; attd. Tank Corps. (W3-) 1914 

M.C. 
DAWSON, A. M. Capt., Hampshire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1905 

M.C. 

DAWSON, R. T. Lieut., Edinburgh Academy O.T.C. 1904 
*DAY, D. I. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1911 

Died 7 Oct. 1915 of wounds received in action at 

Vermelles 25 Sept. 1915 
DAY, G. L. Major, Huntingdonshire Cyclist Bn.; attd. 1910 

Gloucestershire Regt. M. 

DENHAM, H. A. Major, R.G.A.(T.F.) (W.) D.S.O. M. 1898 
DENHAM, Rev. J. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1908 

DESMOND, G. G. Pte., Gloucestershire Regt. (P.) 1890 

DIGGES LA TOUCHE, H. N. See LA TOUCHE, H. N. D. 
DIXON, C. Capt., R. Scots.; empld. O.C.B. (W.) 1906 

DODD, Rev. R. P. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1905 

M.C. M. 

DODD, W. P. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. (W.) M.C. 1908 

DONOVAN, E. L. 2nd Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. (Cyclist 1907 

Bn., T.F.); Lieut., King's African Rifles 

DOUGLAS, J. 2nd Lieut., R.E. ; Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. (W.) 1913 
DOUGLAS, S. M. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers. (W.) 1898 

DRUMMOND, J. B. Sapper, R.E. 1914 

DRYSDALE, J. H. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. (ist London 1881 

Gen. Hospital, T.F.) 
DUFFIELD, H. W. 2nd Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. ; [1914] 

Capt., M.G.C. (W.) 

DUMAS, A. B. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt. (W.) 1913 

DUNDAS, A. C. Major, Middlesex Regt.; D.A.A.G. 1899 

(Wa.) O.B.E. M2. m. 
DUNKERLEY, C. L. Capt., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent 1911 

Regt.) (W.) M.C. 
DUNLOP, J. K. Capt., London Regt. (Rangers); Major, 1910 

M.G.C. and Gen. Staff, empld. British Military 

Mission. (W.) M.C. M 2. m. Order of St Anne, 

\ih Class (Russia) 

DUTTON, H. Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt. and M.G.C. 1907 

DYKE-MARSH, H. ST. G. Sapper, R.E. (Meteorological 1914 

Section) 

EARLE, G. F. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1908 

EASTON, J. W. Lieut., R.G.A. 1906 

EBERLI, W. F. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1910 



326 ST JOHN'S COLLEGE 

EDWARDES, F. E. and Lieut., Harrow School O.T.C. 1893 

^EDWARDES, H. F. E. 2nd Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. 1893 

Killed in action 6 Feb. 1917 

EDWARDS, A. T. Major, R.A.M.C. 1908 

EDWARDS, G. R. Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. (W.) (P.) 1910 

EDWARDS, Rev. N. W. A. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. 1896 

O.B.E. M.C. M^. 

ELLIS, A. I. Capt., R. Fusiliers 1903 

ENGLEDOW, F. L. Lieut.-Col., Queen's Own (R.W. 1910 

Kent Regt. T.F.) M. French Croix de Guerre 

ENGLEFIELD, F. R. H. Lieut., Hampshire Regt. 1910 

ENGLISH, F. H. 2nd Lieut., Aldenham School O.T.C. 1911 

EVANS, E. D. Lieut., Middlesex Regt., Labour Corps, 1901 

and R.G.A. 

*EvANS,H.C. Lieut.-Cdr.,R.N.V.R. (Nelson Bn.,R.N.D.) ^1909 

M. 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 5 June 1915 

EVANS, R. D. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps. (P.) 1912 

EVANS, W. E. Lieut., R.G.A. 1911 

*EvATT, G. R. K. Capt., Middlesex Regt. 1900 

Killed in action near Armentieres 14 Nov. 1914 

FAIRBANK, J. Pte., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1914 

FAYERMAN, A. P. G. Major, R. Warwickshire Regt.(T.F.) 1904 

FERGUSSON, A. Major, Middlesex Regt. (W.) 1900 

FERGUSSON, J. N. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1900 

FERGUSSON, L. R. Lieut., R.F.A.; Capt., Spec. List 1903 

^FERRIS, S. B. C. 2nd Lieut., loth Hussars 1908 

Accidentally killed 6 April 1915 

FEWINGS, J. A. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1906 

FILMER, W. G. H. Capt. and Adjt., The Buffs (E. Kent 1913 

Regt.) M.B.E. M. 

FISHER, F. B. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 5th Gurkha Rifles. 1907 

(W.) 

,FisoN,A. K. Capt., Essex Regt. (W 3.) M.C. Chevalier, 1910 

Legion of Honour (France). French Croix de Guerre 

FLEET, Rev. C. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. M. 1906 

^FLETCHER, J. H. B. Lieut., London Regt. 1899 

Died 13 May 1915 of wounds received in action 12 May 



FODEN, W. B. Gnr., R.G.A. 1911 

FORBES, A., D.S.O. Colonel, R.A.O.C.; Major-Gen., 1871 

Principal Ordnance Officer. C.B. C.M.G. M. 



ST JOHN'S COLLEGE 327 

FORD, F. C. 2nd Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. 1886 

FORSTER, M. Pte., R.A.O.C. 1894 

FOSTER, Rev. J. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1894 

^FOSTER, R. D. Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. 1910 

Wounded and missing, presumed killed in action, in 

Gallipoli 7 Aug. 1915 

Fox, T. S. W. Capt., Oxford and Bucks. L.I.(T.F. Res.) 1897 

FRANKLIN, C. S. P. Instructor Cdr., R.N. 1895 

FRANKLIN, H. W. Air Mechanic, R.N.A.S. 1915 

FRANKLIN, J. H. Lieut., R.N.V.R. Order of the White 1898 

Eagle (Serbia). French Croix de Guerre 

FRANKLIN, T. B. Capt., Fettes College O.T.C. m 2. 1901 

FRASER, D. S. 2nd Lieut., I.A.R.O. (Cavalry) 1906 

FREAN, H. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1901 

^FREDERICK, T. Major, Norfolk Regt. (W.) M.C. M. 1912 

Died 14 Dec. 1917 of wounds received in action near 

Cambrai 3 Dec. 1917 



GALE, C. C. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1908 

GALT, R. B. 2nd Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) (W.) 1913 

^GARDINER, K. J. R. Lieut., R.E. (Tunnelling Coy.); 1909 

Capt., King's African Rifles 

Died on H.M. hospital ship i Feb. 1917 of dysentery 

GARDNER, J. M. S. Capt., i24th Baluchistan Infy., In- 1913 

dian Army 

GARNER, H.M. Sub .-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1911 

GARRETT, H. L. O. Capt., I.A.R.O.; Recruiting Officer 1899 

GARROOD, J. R. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1892 

GAUSSEN, J. M. Major, R. Warwickshire Regt.(T.F.); 1912 

empld. O.C.B. (W.) M. 

>^GAZE, G. A. Capt., London Regt. (Civil Service Rifles) 1900 

Killed in action 15 Sept. 1916 

GEORGE, J. T. Capt., Monmouthshire Regt.; empld. [1914] 

Ministry of Pensions. (W.) M.C. 

GILL, C. G. HOPE. Capt., R.E. (R. Monmouth) [1914] 

GILL, G. A. Lieut., R.G.A. M.C. and Bar 1914 

GILL, R. G. Sapper, R.E. 1903 

GILLESPIE, J. J., T.D. Colonel, Northumberland Fus. 1889 

(T.F.) Brevet Colonel, m. 

GILLESPIE, T. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1894 

GILLING, H. T., T.D. Lieut.-Col., R.F.A.(T.F.) O.B.E. 1882 

GILLSON, A. H. S. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1908 

GLEAVE, Rev. J. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 



328 ST JOHN'S COLLEGE 

*GLEAVE, T. R. Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.) 1913 

Killed in action n Oct. 1916 
GLEDHILL, W. G. Capt., Norfolk Regt. (T.F.); Capt. 1899 

(T.), R.A.F. (Aircraft Production Dept.) M. 
GLOVER,;. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. O.B.E. 1894 

^GLYN, C. R. 2nd Lieut., Hodson's Horse, Indian Army 1913 

Killed in action in Mesopotamia 17 Jan. 1917 
GOBBITT, R. H. S. Paymaster Lieut., R.N.R. [1914] 

GOLD, E. Lieut. -Col., R.E. (Meteorological Section). 1900 

D.S.O. O.B.E. M\. 
GOLDIE, A. H. R. Major, R.E. (Meteorological Section). 1910 

M2. 

GOLDWATER, H. G. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. [iQH] 

GOODE, R. H. Lieut., M.G.C.; empld. Ministry of La- 1908 

hour. (W.) 

GOODING, S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1898 

GOOLDEN, H. J. Rfn., King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W.) 1912 
GORDON, E. F. S. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1912 

GOYDER, F.W. Hon. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1896 

GRABHAM, G. W. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1914 

*GRAIL, C. G. Capt., N. Staffs. Regt. *i9O9 

Died 23 July 1915 of wounds received in action in 

Gallipoli 
GREAR, E. J. L. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. and M.G.C. 1910 

(W2.) 

GREEN, N. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1906 

Derby Regt.); Capt., Gen. List. (W.) 
GREEN, S. M. Capt., London Regt. (Kensington Bn.) 1907 

(W.) M. 
GREENLEES, J. R. C. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. D.S.O. and 1898 

Bar. M 3. Chevalier, Legion of Honour (France) 
GREENSTREET, N. B. DE M. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Regt. 1912 

(T.F.) 

GREGORY, A. R. Capt., Border Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1909 

GREGORY, H. L. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1891 

^GREGORY, R. P. Capt., Cambridge Univ. O.T.C., empld. 1898 

O.C.B.; 2nd Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt. (W.) 

Died 24 Nov. 1918 of pneumonia following influenza 

contracted on active service 

GRICE, N. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) (W 3.) 1912 

GRIFFITHS, Rev. G. A. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1908 
GRIGG, P. J. Lieut., R.G.A. 1909 

GRIGSON, P. ST J. B. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. 7oth Burma 1901 

Rifles 



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GUEST- WILLIAMS, W. K. Capt., Spec. List (R.T.O.) 1906 

GWATKIN- GRAVES, E. A. Lieut., M.G.C. 1897 

fcGwYNNE, H. LL. 2nd Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt. 1911 
Killed in action at Grandcourt 18 Nov. 1916 

HAGGER, N. W. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt.; empld. O.C.B. 1912 
HAIGH, P. B. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. ii4th Mahrattas; 1897 

empld. School of Musketry; Major, Poona Bn., 

Indian Defence Force 

HALL, Rev. H. A. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1881 

HALL, Rev. S. H. C.F. ist Class, R.A.C.D .(T.F.) 1869 

*HALLIWELL, W. N. 2nd Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. 1909 

Died 21 Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 
HALSEY, R. T. Lieut., Cheshire Regt. 1907 

^HAMILTON, A. S. Lieut.-Col., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1883 

and Derby Regt.) and Durham L.I. 

Died 13 Oct. 1915 of wounds received in action 26 Sept. 



HANSON, J. Lieut., Coldstream Gds. and Gen. Staff 1909 
HARDING, Rev. W. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

HARDMAN,W. H. Major, R.E.(T.F.) (W 2 .) M.C. M. 1913 
HARNETT, W. L. Lieut.-Col., I.M.S. M. 1896 

HARRIS, H. Pte, R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) ; Lieut., M.G.C. 1899 

M.C. 

HARTREE, D. R. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1915 

^HARVEY, A. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1894 

Died 7 Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 
HASLAM, V. K. Lieut., R.G.A. 1906 

^HAWCRIDGE, R. S. Corpl., R. Fusiliers 1905 

Killed in action near Delville Wood 28 July 1916 
HAYES, J. H Capt., Rifle Brigade and Gen. List (O.C.B.) 1894 

(W.) m. 

HAYWARD, A. W. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1899 

HAZLERIGG, G. 2nd Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1897 

and Derby Regt., T.F. Res.) 
*HEALD, W. M. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1913 

Died 8 Sept. 1918 of wounds received in action on the 

Somme 22 Aug. 1918 
^HEARN, R. C. Capt., London Regt. (Blackheath and 1911 

Woolwich Bn.) M.C. 

Killed in action near Jerusalem 30 April 1918 
HEIMANN, H. P. Pte., Essex Regt. 1910 

HELLINGS, G. S. Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. 1907 

HENDERSON, P. Capt., R.E. 1901 



330 ST JOHN'S COLLEGE 

HENRY, W. D. M. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. 1909 

HEPWORTH, F. A. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) O.B.E. 1897 

HERZL, H. Pte., Middlesex Regt. 1910 

HEWITT, J. T. Major, R.E. and Spec. List, empld. Min- 1887 

istry of Munitions) 
HIBBERD, A. S. Lieut., Dorset Regt.; Capt. and Adjt., 1912 

25th Punjabis, Indian Army 

HICKS, Rev. F. W. Chaplain, R.N. 1905 

HIGGINS, F. E. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1909 

HIGHFIELD- JONES, P. H. Capt., S. Staffs. Regt. (W.) 1912 

M.C. 

HIGSON, L. A. Capt., Middlesex Regt. (W 2.) 1912 

HILARY, R. J. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) (W.) 1912 

*Hiix, J. R. Pte., W. Yorks. Regt.; 2nd Lieut., R.E. 1902 

(Spec. Bde.) 

Killed in action 6 May 1917 
CHILLER, A. M. 2nd Lieut., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey 1913 

Regt.) M. 

Killed in action 16 May 1915 

HILLIER, T. L. Surgeon Prob., R.N.V.R. 1913 

HITCHING, W. W. Lieut., R.G.A.; attd. R.E. 1915 

*HOBBS, A. V. Pte., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent Regt.); 1913 

2nd Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. and R.F.C. 

Killed in action over Valenciennes 15 Dec. 1915 
*HOBBS, V. W. J. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt., T.F.) 1905 

Killed in action at Morlancourt 9 Aug. 1918 
HOGAN, R. V. J. S. Lieut., E. Lanes. Regt.; Capt., 1904 

R.A.F.; S.O. 3, Air Ministry. (W2.) 

HOLDEN, H. F. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. (W.) 1914 

HOLDEN, J. R. R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.); 2nd Lieut., R.E. 1911 

(T.F.) ; Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 
^HOLDEN, N. V. Lieut., Lanes. Fus.(T.F.) 1909 

Died 4 June 1915 of wounds received in action in Galli- 

poli 

HOLTHOUSE, Rev. C. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

HOLTZAPFFEL, J. G. H. Capt., London Regt. (R. Fus.) 1907 
HONEYBOURNE, H. C. Capt. and Adjt., London Regt. 1903 

(Blackheath and Woolwich Bn.) 

HONEYBOURNE, V. C. Major, R.A.M.C. M. 1899 

HOOK, C. W. T. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt., T.F.) ; 1911 

Capt., Spec. List (T.M.B.) 

HORLINGTON, F. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.); Staff Lieut. 1913 

HORTON-SMITH, L. G. H. Pte., London Regt. (London 1890 

Scottish) 



ST JOHN'S COLLEGE 331 

HORTON- SMITH-HARTLEY, Sir P., c.v.o. Major, R.A.M.C. 1886 

(ist London Gen. Hospital, T.F.) 

How, Rev. J. C. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1900 

HOWE, G. A. Capt., Lanes. Fus. (W.) 1911 

*HOWELL, M. I. B. 2nd Lieut., The Queen's (R. W. [1914] 

Surrey Regt.) 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 
^HUGHES, J. L. Lieut., Welsh Regt.; attd. R.F.C. 1910 

Killed in action i Oct. 1917 

HUNTER, J. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. M. 1909 

HUNTER, W. Colonel, A.M.S. C.B. Order of St Sava, ^iSSj 

2nd Class (Serbia) 
HURRY, A. G. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt.; attd. R. 1912 

Irish Regt. (W.) 

HUTCHINSON, R. W. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps I 9 I 4 

HYDE, R. W. Capt., Lincolnshire Regt. ; attd. Gen. Staff, 1907 

Indian Army; A.D.C. 

INCHLEY, O. Lieut., R.A.M.C. (ist E. Gen. Hospital, 1892 

T.F.) 

INGRAM, A. C. Major, I.M.S. 1895 

frlREMONGER, E. V. Pte., R. Fusiliers 1905 

Died in German hands at Le Quesnoy 13 Sept. 1918 

IRVING, J. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1896 

IRVING, J. C. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1907 

IRVING, P. A. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt.; Capt., R.E. 1906 

(Spec. Bde.) (W.) 

ISAAC, C. L. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1896 

JACKLIN, J. V. Capt., Essex Regt. (W3.) 1911 

JACKSON, G. E. Pte., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent Regt.) ; 1908 

2nd Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. 

JACKSON, Rev. J. E. N. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

^JACOB, A. R. 2nd Lieut., Durham L.I. 1912 

Died 1 8 Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 
17 Sept. 1916 

JACOBSOHN, A. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. [1914] 

*J ACQUEST, S. P. Gnr., Canadian F.A. 1907 

Killed in action 18 Oct. 1916 

*JAMES, F. A. Capt., Manchester Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1905 

Died 1 8 Sept. 1915 of wounds received in action in 
Gallipoli 
JAMES, G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1901 

t Fellow- Commoner. 



332 ST JOHN'S COLLEGE 

JAMES, R. W. Capt., R.E. M. 1909 

JARCHOW, C. J. F. 2nd Lieut., Sherwood Foresters 1898 

(Notts, and Derby Regt., T.F.) 

JEANS, F. A. G. Hon. Major, R.A.M.C. 1896 

JOCE, J. B. D. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1901 

JOHNSON, E. F. Lieut., Berkshire Regt. (P.) 1914 

JOHNSON, Rev. V. Y. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

^JOHNSTON, F. Major, King's (Shropshire L.I.) 1904 

Died 31 May 1918 of wounds received in action 
JOHNSTON, M. C. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. [ I 9 I 4] 

JONES, I. E. Major, R. Welsh Fus. (W.) 1913 

JONES, R. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1904 

JONES, R. M. Lieut., Northumberland Fus. (W.) 1905 

JOSEPH, F. A. Driver, H.A.C.; attd. R.E. 1914 

KEEBLE,C.F.A. Lieut., Border Regt. ; attd. R. Scots Fus. 1903 

*KEMP, P. V. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Capt., Dur- 1910 

ham L.I. 

Died 31 May 1918 of gas poisoning 

KEMPTHORNE, G. A. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. (W.) (P.) 1895 

D.S.O. M2. 

KENDALL, G. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1911 

KENNETT, W. H. Major, Rifle Brigade. M.C. M. 1899 

KENNY, H. T. Colonel, Gen. Staff 1876 

KERR, J. Major, R.A.M.C. 1881 

KEY, Rev. S. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1892 

KING, L. A. L. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1898 

KINGDOM, W. A. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. and M.G.C. 1911 

(W.) 

KINGSFOLD, Rev. P. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1890 

KINMAN, G. W. Major, Hertford School O.T.C. T.D. 1884 

KIRK, J. H. District Officer, Nigeria. (W.) 1909 

KIRKNESS, L. H. Lieut.-Col., Spec. List, attd. R.E.; 1901 

A. D. Railways, Salonika Force. D.S.O. O.B.E. 

M ^. Order of the White Eagle, tfh Class (Czecho- 

slovakia). Order of the White Eagle, $th Class (Serbia). 

Greek Medal for Military Merit 

KNOWLES, J. A. Capt., Cheshire Regt. (W 2.) M.C. 1913 

KNOX, R. U. E. Capt., Suffolk Regt. ; empld. War Office. 1908 

(W.) D.S.O. M. 



, C. G. P. Pte., London Regt. (London Scottish) 1907 
Died 2 April 1915 of wounds received in action near 
Neuve Chapelle 



ST JOHN'S COLLEGE 333 

*LAIDLAW, W. S. Lieut., R.E. (W.) 1909 

Killed in action near Ypres 23 Nov. 1917 
*LANE, H. C. H. 2nd Lieut., Border Regt. 1906 

Killed in action 10 July 1917 

LASBREY, Rev. P. U. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. m. 1900 

LA TOUCHE, H. N. D. Lieut., 63rd Palamcottah L.I., 1910 

Indian Army 

LATTEY, H. Capt. Gen. List(T.F. Res.) 1875 

^LAUGHLIN, P. H. Lieut., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey 1914 

Regt.) (W.) 

Died 21 Dec. 1917 of wounds received in action near 

Jerusalem 

LAWE, F. W. Capt., E. Yorks. Regt. (W.) (P.) 1913 

^LEAKEY, Rev. H. N. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

Died at Dar-es- Salaam 23 Dec. 1917 of sunstroke 
LEDGARD, W. H. Capt., Hampshire Regt.fT.F.) (W.) 1893 

M.C. 
>!<LEE, E. H. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) 1914 

Died 19 Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 
LEE, H. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1901 

LEE WARNER, R. P. Pte., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey 1911 

Regt.) 

LEES, S. Engineer Lieut., R.N. 1906 

LEONARD, P. J. Corpl., R.A.S.C.; Lieut., R.G.A. 1905 

LEWIS, J. M. Lieut., R.G.A. 1914 

LEWIS, P. J. Capt., Herefordshire Regt.; empld. O.C.B. 1903 

(Wa.) 
LINCOLN, N. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. Mahrattas and Rail- 1904 

way Bn., Indian Defence Force 
LINDSELL, J. Capt. and Adjt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 1911 

M.C. M. 

LINNELL, J. W. Major, R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. 1899 

^LINNELL, R. McC. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1900 

Died 1 6 March 1915 of meningitis 

LLOYD, E. LL. Capt., S. Wales Borderers. (W 2.) 1912 

LLOYD, Rev. W. R. Lieut., Haileybury College O.T.C. 1906 

*LLOYD- JONES, P. A. Major, R.A.M.C.; D.A.D.M.S. 1895 

D.S.O. M2. 

Died 22 Dec. 1916 of wounds received in action near 

Saulty 

LONG, A. E. Pte., Training Res. Bn. 1911 

LORD, Rev. A. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1892 

LORD, G. F. Calcutta Vol. Artillery 1909 

Low, B. B. Gnr., H.A.C.; 2nd Lieut., M.G.C. 1914 



334 ST JOHN'S COLLEGE 

LUMB, W. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. 1907 

LUND, G. S. 2nd Lieut., Manchester Regt.(T.F.) 1913 

LUND,W. F. Capt., Gen. List(T.F.) and R. Defence 1880 

Corps 
, J. Staff Capt. ; Capt. and Adjt., Cameronians 1902 

(Scottish Rifles, T.F.) M. Chevalier, Legion of 

Honour (France) 

Died 28 Dec. 1915 of wounds received in action 25 Dec. 



LYMBERY, A. W. Pte., Canadian Force 1897 

MACALISTER, G. H. K. Capt., I.M.S. 1898 

McAuLAY, F. W. Capt., R.F.A. 1909 

Killed in action 21 May 1916 
McCoRMiCK, G. D. Major, 72nd Punjabis, Indian 1897 

Army; attd. ii2th Infy. M. 
MCCORMICK, Very Rev. W. P. G. C.F. ist Class, 1896 

R.A.C.D.;D.A.C.G. D.S.O. M 4 . 

MACDONALD, S. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1899 

MCDONNELL, T. F. R. 2nd Lieut., Rangoon Bn., Indian 1895 

Defence Force 

McDouGALL, W. Major, R.A.M.C. 1890 

MCFADYEN, W. A. Capt., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt., 1912 

T.F.); empld. Ministry of Munitions. (W.) M.C. 

M. 

McGRADY, S. H. Bdr., R.G.A. 1904 

McKENZiE, R. P. Lieut. -Col., S. African Med. Corps. 1897 

C.M.G. 

MACKINLAY,D.M. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W.) 1912 
MACLAY, E. Capt., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) ; Lieut., 1909 

Scots Gds. 

Died ii April 1918 of wounds received in action 
MACMULLEN, W. A. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) M.B.E. 1909 
MCNEILE, Rev. A. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. m. 1892 

MANSBRIDGE, E. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. (Aircraft Production 1914 

Dept.) 
MARCHAND, G. I. C. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) ; Brigade Major. 1907 

M. 

MARLOW, C. C. 2nd Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. 1913 

MARR, F. A. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt.; Brigade 1913 

Major. D.S.O. M.C. M 2. 
MARRACK, J. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) D.S.O. M.C. 1905 

M. 
MARRS, F. W. 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. 1899 



ST JOHN'S COLLEGE 335 

^MARSHALL, W. Lieut., Leicestershire Regt. 1912 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 4 June 1915 

MARSHALL, W. B. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1899 

MART, W. T. D. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1895 

MASON, E. W. Capt., Northumberland Fus. (W.) 1909 

*MASON, P. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1915 

Killed in action at Miraumont 17 Feb. 1917 
*MAY, F. S. Pte., R. Fusiliers 1895 

Killed in action 12 Aug. 1916 
MAY, H. R. D. Lieut., Warwickshire Regt.; Capt., Spec. 1897 

List. (W.) M.C. 
*MAY, P. L. 2nd Lieut., 2nd Dragoons (R. Scots Greys) 1894 

Killed in action at Hulluch 13 Feb. 1916 
MENENDEZ, F. T. S. Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt.; 1914 

Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. (W.) M.C. 
MERIVALE, B. Capt., London Regt. (Post Office Rifles); 1900 

empld. Ministry of Food. O.B.E. 

METCALF, H. K. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1917 

MILLER, F. Major, io8th Infy., Indian Army; attd. 1900 

95th Infy. 

MILLS, E. H. F. Lieut., Northumberland Fus.(T.F.) 1910 
MILLS, E. J. Lieut., Cheshire Regt.(T.F.); Capt. and 1904 

Adjt., M.G.C. O.B.E. M. 
MILLYARD, T. Capt., Herefordshire Regt.; attd. King's 1912 

(Shropshire L.I.) (W.) 
^MIRFIN, J. C. 2nd Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt. 1913 

Died 17 Aug. 1917 of wounds received in action 7 Dec. 

1916 

MITCHELL, A. H. McN. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. M. 1890 
MONRO, A. E. Instructor, Cdr., R.N. 1886 

MOODY, B. Lieut., I.A.R.O.; Major, D.A.D. Transport- 1908 

ation 

MOORE, Rev. C. Chaplain and Instructor Cdr., R.N. 1889 

MOORE, R. M. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1902 

*MORLEY, G. H. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I., T.F.) 1912 

M. 

Killed in action 30 Dec. 1917 

MORRIS, P. E. Pte., Suffolk Regt. 1914 

MORRISON, D. C. A. Major, Wiltshire Regt.(T.F.) 1898 

MORTON, F. D. Capt., Highland L.I.; empld. War 1906 

Office. M.C. 

MORTON, W. B. Lieut., Belfast Univ. O.T.C. 1889 

MOSELY, F. M. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1906 

MOWTON, W. E. Pte., Suffolk Regt. 1911 



336 ST JOHN'S COLLEGE 

MULHOLLAND, W. Lieut., Manchester Regt. (W 2.) IQIO 

M.C. M. 

*MULLER, Rev. J. S. Pte., Norfolk Regt.(T.F.) 1892 

Died 27 June 1918 of illness contracted on active ser- 
vice 

MURPHY, W. L. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M. Chevalier, 1896 
Legion of Honour (France). Order of St Sava, \th 
Class (Serbia). Cavalier, Order of the Redeemer 
(Greece). French Croix de Guerre 

MURRAY- AYNSLEY, C. M. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle 1913 
Corps; attd. Army Cyclist Corps. (W.) 

NEED, G. S. Sergt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1912 

NEILL, N. C. Sub-Lieut., R.N.R.; Lieut., R.N.V.R.; 1902 

empld. Admiralty 

NESS WALKER, J. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F. Res.) 1913 

NEWBERY, R. E. Lieut., M.G.C. M.C. 1903 

NEWLING, S.W. Pioneer, R.E. 1891 

^NEWTON, H. G. T. Capt., i3th Hussars 1904 

Drowned 25 April 1917 on active service 

NICHOLLS, A C. Lieut., Leicestershire Regt. and Gen. 1907 

List. (W2.) 

NICHOLSON, J. E. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. m. 1898 

NICKLIN, G. N. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. 97th Deccan 1908 

Infy. 

^NORBURY, F. C. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1901 

Killed in action near Bethune 10 Jan. 1915 

NORMAN, A. C. Lieut.-Col., 5th Cavalry, Indian Army 1897 

NORMAN-LEE, Rev. F. B. N. C.F. ist Class, R.A.C.D. 1874 

NORREGAARD, Rev. A. H. Chaplain, R.N. 1890 

NORTHCOTT, J. F. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1892 

NORTHORP, Rev. F. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. m. 1906 

NOWELL-ROSTRON, Rev. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1902 

NURSE, H. H. Major, Spec. List. (Recruiting Staff) 1882 

ODGERS, L. N. B. Lieut., Middlesex Regt.; Capt., R.E. 1911 

(W 3 .) M.C. 
*ODGERS, R. B. Capt., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) 1908 

Died 31 Aug. 1917 on active service 

OKELL, C. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 1908 

ORMEROD, G. S. Lieut.-Col., Training Res. Bn.; Major, 1876 

Spec. List (Asst. Cmdt., P. of W. Camp), m. 
OWEN, D. H. Lieut., Welsh Horse and R. Welsh Fus. 1912 



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OWENS, F. H, Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) 1912 

PALMER, T. N. P. 2nd Lieut., Coldstream Gds. 1899 

PALMER, W. E. Capt., Dorset Regt. and Training Res. 1912 

Bn. M. 

PARKER, G. Major, R. A.M. C. (2nd S. Gen. Hospital,T.F.) 1873 

PARRY, J. H. Capt., I.M.S. 1908 

PARSONS, Hon. Sir C. A., K.C.B. Hon. Colonel, North- 1873 

umberland Fus. 

PASCOE, E. H. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. Sikh Pioneers 1897 

PASCOE, F. J. Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. and M.G.C. 1912 

PASKIN, J. J. Capt., Worcestershire Regt. ; Major, M.G.C. 1912 

M.C. French Croix de Guerre 

PASS, Rev. H. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1894 

PATERSON, M. W. Major, R.A.M.C.; D.A.D.M.S. 1905 

O.B.E. M.C. M2. French Medaille d'Honneur 

PATTERSON, R. F. Lieut., R. Irish Rifles 1907 

PAULLEY, H. Capt., Norfolk Regt. 1907 

PEARSON, C. E. Lieut., Durham L.I. 1914 

PELLOWJ.E. Major, R.A.M.C. 1896 

PENFOLD, H. L. Capt., R.E. ; empld. Ministry of Labour 1906 

PERCY, J.R. Lieut., Border Regt.; attd. R.E.(Signals).(W.) [1914] 

PERKINS, A. B. Lieut.-Col., Hampshire Regt. m. 1890 
PERKINS, J. S. S. See STEELE-PERKINS, J. S. S. 

PERRY, J. C. Pte., London Regt. (Q.V.R.); Capt. and 1907 

Adjt., R.G.A. (W.) 

PETERS, A. G. Sergt., Middlesex Regt. 1911 

PHILLIPS, H. E. Lieut., Welsh Regt. 1913 

PHILLIPS, R. S. Lieut., 39th Garhwal Rifles, Indian Army 1912 

PHILLIPS, W. R. Lieut., Lancaster Grammar School 1908 

O.T.C. 

*PHILP, C. H. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1904 

Killed in action 28 March 1918 

PHILPOT, F. H. Warrant Schoolmaster, R.N. 1914 

PLOWRIGHT, C. T. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1897 

POLACK, A. I. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) 1911 

*POLACK, E. E. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.) 1912 

Killed in action 17 July 1916 

^POLLARD, W. M. N. 2nd Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) 1909 

Killed in action n April 1917 

POOLE, Rev. J. T. Chaplain, R.N. 1900 
PoTTER,C.G. Bdr.,R.F.A.;Lieut.,HampshireRegt.(T.F.) 1895 

Killed in action 15 Sept. 1916 

POWELL, E. C. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. (W.) 1911 

C.U.W.L. 22 



338 ST JOHN'S COLLEGE 

PRALLE, E. L. R. Capt. (S.), R.A.F. A.F.C. 1914 

PRATT, G. W. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1911 

PRECIOUS, C. M. Pte., Middlesex Regt. (W.) 1915 

PRICHARD, R. M. 2nd Lieut., Cheshire Regt. 1913 

PRIDEAUX, H. S. Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. 1901 

^PUDDICOMBE, D. R. 2nd Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. 1914 

Died 24 July 1916 of wounds received in action on the 

Somme 20 July 1916 

^PULLIN, J. H. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 1912 

Died 21 Jan. 1916 of wounds received in action near 

Armentieres 19 Jan. 1916 

PURSER, Rev. W. C. B. Pte., Rangoon Bn., Indian De- 1897 

fence Force 

QUICK, Rev. E. K. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. m. 1907 

QUIN, B. G. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt. and Suffolk 1914 
Regt.(T.F.) M.C. 

RAFFLE, W. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1909 

RAVEN, Rev. E. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

READ, A. J. Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I.; empld. Min- 1903 

istry of Munitions. (W.) 

READ, G. D. Capt., R.A.M.C.; D.A.D.M.S. 1908 

READE, G. L. Capt., Rifle Brigade. M.C. 1914 

REDLICH, S. Capt. and Adjt., R.G.A. M.B.E. M. 1899 

*REES, F. E. 2nd Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1914 

Missing, presumed killed in action, 22 Aug. 1918 

REEVES, J.H. Lieut., R.G.A. ; empld. Ministry of Labour. 1887 

(W.) M.B.E. 

*<RENNIE, D. W. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers; attd. R. War- 1904 

wickshire Regt. 

Killed in action n Nov. 1914 

REYNOLDS, Rev. W. H. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

RICE, Rev. C. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1889 

RICE, H. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1903 

RICE, L. C. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. (W 3.) 1912 

RICHARDSON, A. H. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. O.B.E. 1903 

^RICHARDSON, R. J. R. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. (W.) 1913 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

RITCHIE, Rev. C. H. Chaplain, R.N. 1907 

RITCHIE, G. L. Capt., R. Scots Fus. (W 2.) M.C. M. 1909 

^RITCHIE, J. N. 2nd Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. 1899 

Killed in action in Mesopotamia 21 April 1916 

RIVERS, W. H. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. ^1898 



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ROBB, A. A. Service Sanitaire, French Army. French 1894 

Croix de Guerre 

ROBERTS, Rev. A. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1882 

ROBINSON, E. H. Major, King's (Shropshire L.I.) (W3-) *i9io 

D.S.O. M.C. and Bar. M. 
^ROBINSON, L. F. W. Lieut., R.E. 1912 

Killed in action 25 May 1917 
^ROBINSON, M. H. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1897 

Died 1 5 June 1917 
ROLLESTON, Sir H. D., C.B. Surgeon Rear-Admiral, R.N. 1883 

K.C.B 

RONALDSON, J. B. Surgeon Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1903 

ROSE, F. A. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1892 

ROSE, H. A. Lieut., R. Scots (Cyclist Bn., T.F.) (W.) 1905 
ROSE, H. C. Major, R.A.S.C. M. 1902 

IROSEVEARE, H. W. 2nd Lieut., Wiltshire Regt. [ I 9 I 4] 

Died 20 Sept. 1914 of wounds received in action in the 

Battle of the Aisne 

Ross, Rev. J. E. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

ROSTRON, S. See NOWELL-ROSTRON, Rev. S. 
ROWELL, A. H. CorpL, R.E. 1909 

ROWETT, F. E. Fit. Lieut., R.N.A.S. 1912 

RUDD, W. A. Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt. m. 1896 

RUSSELL-SMITH, A. Pte., H.A.C. (W.) 1911 

^RUSSELL- SMITH, H. F. Capt., Rifle Brigade 1906 

Died 5 July 1916 of wounds received in action on the 

Somme i July 1916 
*i<RYLEY, D. A. G. B. 2nd Lieut., Manchester Regt.; 1912 

Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt. 

Killed in action at Hulluch 2 Feb. 1917 

SADDLER, W. Lieut., R.G.A. M. 1911 

SAINT, P. J. Lieut., Pioneers, Indian Army. (W.) 1904 

*SALMOND, W. G. Trooper, 9th Lancers; 2nd Lieut., 1912 

N. Somerset Yeo. ; Capt. and Adjt., Wellington Regt., 

N. Zealand Force. (W 2.) 

Killed in action at Rossignol Wood 9 July 1918 
SAMPSON, M. T. Major, King's Royal Rifle Corps. 1914 

(W.) M.C. and Bar 

SANCEAU, R. J. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. M. 1910 

SANDALL, Rev. H. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1899 

SANDALL, T. E. Colonel, Lincolnshire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1888 

C.M.G. M. 
SARGENT, E. L. K. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1907 



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340 ST JOHN'S COLLEGE 

SARGENT, P. W. G. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. C.M.G. 1891 

D.S.O. Mz. 

SCARBOROUGH, O. L. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1896 

SCARTH, R.E. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1913 

^SCHOLFIELD, R. D. 2nd Lieut., King's Own (R. Lan- 1910 

caster Regt.) 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 10 Aug. 1915 
SCHROEDER, A. E. See LONG, A. E. 
SCOULAR, A. C. Major, Border Regt. ; attd. Cheshire Regt. 1 893 

T.D. 

SCOULAR, J. G. Major, R.G.A. (W 2.) M. 1904 

SCUTT, J. A. H. Pte., H.A.C.; Lieut., Hampshire Regt. 1910 

(T.F.) M.C. 
SECCOMBE, P. J. A. Major, R.A.M.C. Order of St Sava, 1887 

$th Class (Serbia) 
SEWELL, S. E. Capt., Madras Garrison Artillery, Indian 1906 

Defence Force ; Asst. Proof Officer, Ordnance Inspec- 
tion Staff 
SHANLY,H. Capt., London Regt. (St Pancras Bn.); 1912 

Major, M.G.C. (W.) M. 
SHARP, C. G. 2nd Lieut., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey 1903 

Regt.) (W.) 

SHEPHERD, Rev. E. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

SHILLITO, N. W. Lieut., R.E, M.C. 1912 

SHIMIELD, W. S. Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I.; Capt., 1893 

Labour Corps 

SHORE, L. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W2.) M.C. M. 1908 

SHORE, T. H. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1906 

SHORT, Rev. J. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

SIBLY, T. M. Capt., Gloucestershire Regt. M. 1904 

SILK, G. W. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. and Gen. List. 1914 

(W.) M.C. 
SIMPSON, G. C. E. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) O.B.E. 1899 

M*. 

SKENE, Rev. C. M. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1903 

SKENE, Rev. F. N. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1896 

SLATER, S. B. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps and Spec. 1913 

List(T.M.B.) M.C. M. 
SLEIGHT, A. H. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Sergt., 1908 

attd. Div. H.Q. (Intelligence Branch) 

SMEE, C. W. Capt., R. Fusiliers 1911 

, A. F. 2nd Lieut., Middlesex Regt. ; attd. London 1914 

Regt. (W.) 

Missing, presumed killed in action, 9 Sept 1916. 



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SMITH, Rev. B. T. D. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 

SMITH, O. C. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.) 1906 

SMITH, V. S. Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1913 

Regt.) and I.A.R.O., attd. S. and T. Corps. M. 
SMITHSON, A. E. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. 1883 

SNOW, Sir T. D'O., K.C.B. Lieut.-Gen. K.C.M.G. 1877 

M 3 . Commander, Legion of Honour (France) . Grand 

Officer ', Order of Leopold (Belgium). Belgian Croix de 

Guerre 

SODEN,W. S. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M. 1907 

SOTHERS, E. D. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (L.R.B.) 1911 

SOUPER, N. B. 2nd Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt. 1899 

Killed in action i July 1916 

SOUTHAM, Rev. J. F. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1898 

SPACKMAN, H. M. Capt., R.F.A.; attd. T.M.B. (W.) 1911 
SPARGO, F. W. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 7oth Burma Rifles 1907 
SPARKS, C. H. Capt., R.F.A. 1911 

SPENCER, G. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1907 

STANFORD, H. C. Capt., Suffolk Regt. and Gen. List 1904 

(Intelligence). M.C. 
STANHAM, C. T. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt., T.F.) 1910 

and King's African Rifles 

STANSFELD, R. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1907 

STEELE-PERKINS, J. S. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1894 

STEEN, F. D. Capt. and Adit., King's Royal Rifle Corps. 1913 

(W 3 .) M.C. 
STEPHENSON, F. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.; Capt., 1915 

Spec. List (Bde. Signal Officer). (W.) 
STERND ALE-BENNETT, J. Major, io7th Pioneers, Indian 1897 

Army; Cmdt., School of Musketry. O.B.E. 
STERNDALE-BENNETT, J. B. Pte., H.A.C. ; Capt., S. Wales 1907 

Borderers. (P.) M.C. m. 
STERNDALE-BENNETT, R. Major, Uppingham School 1901 

O.T.C. 
STEVENS, J. K. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers; Lieut., Spec. 1911 

List(R.T.O.) (W.) 
STEVENSON, C. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 



STEWART, D. M. Lieut., Welsh Regt. 1904 

STIMPSON, R. Pte., London Regt. (Rangers) [jQH] 



STOCKWOOD, I. H. Lieut., S. Wales Borderers; Capt., 1911 

Tank Corps; Hon. Capt. (O.), R.A.F. 

STOKES, J. W. G. Lieut., R.G.A. 1905 

STOPFORD, J. Lieut., Lanes. Fus.(T.F.) and M.G.C. 1910 

STREET, R. O. 2nd Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1908 



342 ST JOHN'S COLLEGE 

*STREETEN, Rev. B. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1908 

Died in France i Nov. 1918 of pneumonia 

STRONG, S. D. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1914 

STRUTHERS, J. A. Lieut., Durham L.I.; empld. Ministry 1914 

of Labour. (W.) 

STUART, C. E. Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt. ; attd. Hampshire 1911 

Regt. (W.) 

SWIFT, H. W. Capt., London Regt. (Q.V.R.) (W.) M. 1914 

SWIFT, Rev. J. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

SYKES, M. G. Lieut. (O.), R.A.F. 1902 

TANNER, L. E. Capt., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.) ; 1910 

empld. Ministry of Munitions. (W.) 
TATE, Sir R. W. Major, Dublin Univ. O.T.C. K.B.E. 1891 

C.B.E. 

TAYLOR, E. C. Major, I.M.S. 1893 

TAYLOR, F. L. Capt., R. Fusiliers.; empld. Ministry 1911 

of Labour. (W.) M.C. 
^TAYLOR, H. C. N. Capt., London Regt. (Blackheath 1911 

and Woolwich Bn.) 

Killed in action on Vimy Ridge 21 May 1916 
TAYLOR, J. N. Lieut., Calcutta Light Horse, Indian 1902 

Defence Force 
TAYLOR, G. M. C. Lieut., R. Marines; Capt., R.E. 1904 

M.C. M. 

TEAKLE, Rev. S. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1899 
TEALL, G. H. Major, Lincolnshire Regt.; D.A.A.G. 1900 

(W.) D.S.O. M 5. French Croix de Guerre 
TEMPLEMAN, W. H. Capt., R.A.O.C. 1902 

THOMAS, R. B. H. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1913 

THOMAS, R. LL. 2nd Lieut., Welsh Regt. 1913 

THOMAS, T. Lieut., Haileybury College O.T.C. 1911 

THOMAS, W. W. Lieut., S. Wales Borderers; Capt., 1914 

Spec. List (T.M.B.) 

THOMPSON, A. R. Lieut., Berkhamsted School O.T.C. 1906 
THOMPSON, C. N. Capt., Rifle Brigade; empld. O.C.B. 1911 

(W2.) 

^THOMPSON, E. E. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1903 

Died 1 6 Oct. 1918 of wounds received in action 
THOMPSON, S. L. Capt., ii3th Infy., Indian Army 1907 

^THOMSON, K. S. Lieut., 2ist Cavalry, Indian Army; 1906 
attd. 1 6th Cavalry 

Killed in action near the Persian Gulf 3 March 1915 
THORNE-WAITE, A. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) " 1905 



ST JOHN'S COLLEGE 343 

THURSFIELD, Rev. G. A. R. Junior Chaplain, Indian 1905 

Army; C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 
*THWAITES, G. Major, R.A.S.C. D.S.O. 1897 

Accidentally drowned on the White Nile 29 May 1917 
TICEHURST, C. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1900 

TICEHURST, G. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1897 

TILLARD, L. B. Capt., London Regt. (Rifles) 1906 

TODD, Rev. H. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. M. 1908 
TOOTH, H. H., C.M.G. Colonel, A.M.S. (T.F. Res.) C.B. 1873 

Mz. m. 
TOPLEY, W. W. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. Order of St Sava, 1904 

tfh Class (Serbia) 
*TORRY, A. J. D. Lieut., R.G.A.; attd. R.F.C. (W.) 1905 

M.C. 

Killed in action 9 Oct. 1917 
TOWLE, J. H. Lieut., United Provinces Horse, Indian 1897 

Defence Force 

TOWNSEND, R. W. Capt., Devon Regt. M.C. M 2. 1910 

TOZER, Rev. E. F. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D 1905 

*FTozER, S. P. Lieut., Devon Regt. 1914 

Killed in action near St Quentin 8 Oct. 1918 
^TRACHTENBERG, M. I. Lce.-Corpl., R. Fusiliers 1901 

Died at Jerusalem 12 Oct. 1918 of malaria 
TRELEAVEN, Rev. W. Corpl., R.A.M.C.; C.F. 4th Class, 1906 

R.A.C.D. 
TROTMAN, S. R. Capt., Nottingham Univ. College O.T.C. 1890 

m. 

TROTT,A. C. Lieut., Devon Regt. ; Capt., Spec. List. M. 1913 
TROTT, F. W. Capt., Devon Regt. ; Major, S.0. 2, R.A.F. 1912 

(W2.) O.B.E. M.C. Mz. 
TROUGHT, T. Capt., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent Regt., 1910 

T.F.) 
TRUMPER, J. H. W. 2nd Lieut., Monmouthshire Regt. 1904 

(W.) 

TUCKER, D. H. M. Lieut., Manchester Regt. [iQH] 

TURNER, R. Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt. M.C. 1902 

^TWENTYMAN, D. C. T. Capt., York and Lancaster Regt. 1909 

(W.) 

Killed in action i July 1916 

URIE, R. W. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) M. 1913 

VALE, H. E. T. Capt., Gen. List, attd. R.E. (Signals) 1909 
VAN DRUTEN, H. J. Capt., Middlesex Regt. (W.) 1911 



344 ST JOHN'S COLLEGE 

VARWELL, R. P. Capt., R. Irish Rifles ; Major, D.A.A.G. 1901 

(W.) M.C. M^. French Croix de Guerre 
*VAUSE, T. C. 2nd Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) 1904 

Killed in action near Albert 3 Sept. 1916 

VEEVERS, W. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1905 

VERNON, C. H. Lieut., Hampshire Regt. (T.F.); Capt. 1911 

(Med.), R.A.F. (W.) m. 

VINT, J. Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) M.C. 1914 

VYVYAN, P. H. N. N. Major, R.A.S.C.; D.A.Q.M.G. 1900 

O.B.E. M.C. M^. m. Italian Croce di Guerra 



WAIT, J. A. Lieut.-Col., R.G.A.(T.F.) M. 1883 

*WALES, H. R. 2nd Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. (W.) 1914 

Killed in action \\July 1916 
WALKER, J. NESS. See NESS WALKER, J. 

WALLER, B. P. Lieut., Hertfordshire Regt. 1898 

WALMSLEY, Rev. A. M. 2nd Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. S. ^1904 

and T. Corps 

^WARREN, J. L. E. Capt., Welsh Regt. (W.) 1913 

Killed in action at the Hohenzollern Redoubt 2 Oct. 



WATERHOUSE, G. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1907 

WATERHOUSE, H. Capt., Lanes. Fus. M.C. 1914 

^WATERS, K. S. 2nd Lieut., Garrison Artillery, Indian 1909 

Army 

Killed in action at Bar a Gali 30 May 1917 
WATSON,B.L. Capt., Gen. List, attd. R.E. (Signals). M. 1908 
WEATHERHEAD, E. Capt., R.A.M.C. ^1894 

WELLS, F. A. Capt., Hampshire Regt.(T.F.) 1880 

WELLS, W. D. Lieut., Chigwell School O.T.C. 1908 

WESTON, E. A. Lieut.-Col., R.E.; A. D. Movement and 1899 

Railways, War Office. C.M.G. 

WESTON, T. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1902 

WHARTON, J. Capt., R.A.M.C. (2nd W. Gen. Hospital, 1895 

T.F.) 
WHELDON, W. P. Major, R. Welsh Fus. (W.) D.S.O. 1900 

M. 

WHIDDINGTON, R. Major (T.), R.A.F. m^. 1905 

WHITELEY, G. T. Capt., Gen. List (T.F. Res.) and 1892 

Cheshire Regt.(T.F.) 
^WHITFIELD, E. H. D. 2nd Lieut., York and Lancaster 910 

Regt. 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 7 Aug. 1915 



ST JOHN'S COLLEGE 345 

WHYE, J. W. Lieut., Leicestershire Regt. (W.) M.C. *K)O$ 
*WICKHAM, B. W. T. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. (W.) M.C. 1913 

Killed in action near Ypres 14 April 1917 

WILLETT, E. W. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1905 

^WILLETT, J. A. Pte., Gloucestershire Regt.; and Lieut., 1913 

Somerset L.I.; Lieut., R. Fusiliers 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 2 July 1915 

WILLIAMS, G. W. Major, R.E. D.S.O. M.C. M. 1898 

^WILLIAMS, H. B. 2nd Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) 1913 

M.C. 

Killed in action in the Battle of Arras 3 May 1917 
WILLIAMS, R. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt.; Capt., ^1899 

Rifle Brigade(T.F.) 

WILLIAMS, W. H. Capt. and Adjt., R.A.S.C. M.C. 1913 

WILLIAMSON, H. Capt., R.A.M.C. (ist London Gen. 1890 

Hospital, T.F.) 
WILLIAMSON, K. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Service, 1894 

T.F.) Mz. 

WILLS, R. G. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F. Res.) ^1898 

WILLS, W. K. Surgeon Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. O.B.E. 1891 

*WILSON, A. S. Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt.; attd. M.G.C. 1913 

(W.) 

Killed in action in the Scarpe Valley 23 April 1917 
*WILSON, A. W. 2nd Lieut., Scots Gds.; attd. M.G.C. 1915 

Killed in action 30 July 1917 

WILSON, G. Lieut., Norfolk Regt. 1901 

WINDER, R. McD. Lieut., R. Marines 1908 

WINFIELD, P. H. Lieut., Cambridgeshire Regt.; empld. 1896 

War Office. (W.) 

WOOD, N. W. Pte., Cheshire Regt. 1915 

WOOD, T. A. V. Capt., D. of Cornwall's L.I. (W.) 1912 

WOODALL, F. E. Lieut., Gds. M.G. Regt. 1908 

WOODMANSEY, Rev. G. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

WOODS, B. F. Capt., R. Fusiliers 1899 

*WOOLER, C. A. 2nd Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. (W.) [1914] 

Died 20 July 1916 of wounds received in action i July 

1916 
*WOOLER, H. S. 2nd Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. M. 1911 

Died 28 March 1916 of wounds received in action at 

St Eloi 

WOOLRICH, W. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1912 

WORDIE,J.M. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1910 

*WORSTENHOLM, J. 2nd Lieut. (O.), R.F.C. 1916 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1917 



346 ST JOHN'S COLLEGE 

WORTHINGTON, F. Lieut.-CoL, R.A.M.C. (W.) D.S.O. 

and Bar. O.B.E. M 2. French Croix de Guerre 
WREN,T. L. Lieut., R.A.S.C. ; empld. Ministry of Muni- 1908 

tions 

WRIGHT, J.C. Major, R.A.M.C. 1884 

WRIGHT, T. 2nd Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 1912 
WYETH, F. J. S. Major, Essex Regt. and Gen. List, 1897 

empld. Ministry of Munitions. M.C. M 2. 
WYNNE-WILLSON, Very Rev. ST J. B. C.F. 4th Class, 1887 

R.A.C.D. 

YEATS, G. F. W. Pte., Middlesex Regt. 1901 




SIDNEY SUSSEX COLLEGE 

ABERCROMBIE, D. M. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1904 

ARMSTRONG, W. E. Pte., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1914 

ASTBURY, S.J. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps and Gen. List, 1916 

empld. Ministry of Munitions 

ATKINS, G. R. Lieut., R.E. (T.F.) 1910 

ATKINSON, H. G. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R.; Major (T.), 1906 

R.A.F. (W.) O.B.E. 

AUSTIN, L. J. Major, R.A.M.C. 1899 

BABONEAU, C. A. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. 1910 

BACCHUS, J. G. Gnr., R.F.A. 1913 

*BAILLIE, A. LA T. Capt., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 1913 

Killed in action 29 Oct. 1915 

BAKER, S.E. Capt., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding Regt.); 1909 

Major, Gen. List (O.C.B.) (W 2.) 

BALDWIN, C. W. Capt., Durham L.I. ; Capt. (A.), R.A.F. 1910 

BALL, H. F. Lieut., Gen. List(T.F. Res.) M.C. 1909 

BALLANCE, G. 2nd Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. (P.) 1917 

BARKER, R. A. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.; Lieut., 1910 

3rd Gurkha Rifles, Indian Army. (W 2.) 

BARKER, W. B. Corpl., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 1915 

BARTLETT, G. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1899 

BARTON, R. A. E. Lieut., Cambridge Univ. O.T.C. 1913 

BATTEN, L. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1908 

*BELL, W. A. Corpl., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) ; 2nd Lieut., 1913 

Border Regt. 

Killed in action \\June 1917 
BENNETT, G. S. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and [1914] 

Derby Regt.); Lieut. (O.), R.A.F. 

BENNETT, W. E. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Regt. (W.) 1911 

BERENS, H. A. Sapper, R.E. 1908 

BINDON, W. F. V. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1897 



348 SIDNEY SUSSEX COLLEGE 

BLACKMORE, J. K. Gnr., R.G.A. 1890 

*BLAIR, H. S. P. 2nd Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. 1907 

Died 31 Oct. 1916 of wounds received in action 
BLUMHARDT, R. A. See MILLS, R.A. 

BORTHWICK, C. H. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) M.C. m. 1906 
BORTHWICK, L. C. Lieut., E.Yorks.Regt.; Major, M.G.C. 1910 

M. 

BOURNE, L. P. S. Lieut., Manchester Regt. 1913 

BOWDLER, A. P. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1895 
BOYD, E. J. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. ; Capt. (Med.), R.A.F. 1907 

BRABY, H. W. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1907 

BREND, W. A. Major, R.A.M.C. 1892 

BRIGGS, M. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1906 

^BROMHEAD, J. P. Pte., R.A.M.C. and R. Fusiliers 1912 

Killed in action 2 Aug. 1916 

^BROWN, J. C. B. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. [zQH] 

Killed in action 29 Sept. 1918 

BRUNDRETT, F. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1913 

BUDDIN, W. Capt., R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Service, T.F.) 1909 

^BURROWS, A. H. Capt., Northamptonshire Regt. 1903 

Killed in action 13 March 1916 



L. D. Capt. and Adjt., R. Fusiliers 1901 

Killed in action 24 Jan. 1916 

CARMICHAEL, A. M. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1914 

CASSIDY, C. Capt., R.A.M.C. and Spec. List, empld. 1899 

Egyptian Army ; Major, A.A.G. M.C. Mz. Order 

of the Nile, \th Class (Egypt). Medjidieh, tfh Class 

(Egypt) 

CHAPMAN, H. 2nd Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. 1910 

CHAPMAN, P. D. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1911 

CHASE, C.D. Capt., R.Irish Rifles and Gen. List. M.C. 1897 

M. 

CLARK-TURNER, F. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1912 

CLARKE, E. R. Capt., Connaught Rangers. M.C. 1911 

CLARKE, Rev. E. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1903 

CLARKE, Rev. S. J. C. Chaplain, R.N. 1895 

CLAYTON, F. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt. and Suffolk 1914 

Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 

CLEMENT, L. Corpl., R.E. 1903 

COLT, G. H. Major, R.A.M.C. M. 1897 

COOK, S. G. Major, Huntingdonshire Cyclist Bn.; 1891 

G.S.O.2. O.B.E. 

COOKE, J. G. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1891 

CORNER, E. M. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M. 1891 



SIDNEY SUSSEX COLLEGE 349 

CORNISH, Rev. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1893 

COULES, ST V. F. and Lieut., Labour Corps 1914 

COYTE, S. E. Lieut., R.E. 1912 

CRESWICK, F. N. Capt., R. Defence Corps 1893 

CRISP, E. J. Fit. Lieut., R.N.A.S.; Hon. Capt., R.A.F. 1914 

DANIELS, M. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1910 

^DANIELS, T. H. R. 2nd Lieut., King's Own (R. Lan- 1914 

caster Regt.) 

Killed in action 9 April 1916 

DAVENPORT, A. H. Major, R.E. (W.) M.C. M. 1907 

DEAN, L. T. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1901 

DE LA BERE, I. Capt., Dorset Regt.; attd. Connaught 1911 

Rangers; Capt., Gen. Staff (Intelligence). (W.) 

DENTON, H. S. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.) 1915 

DERBYSHIRE, H. Major, R.G.A. M.C. 1905 

N. B. 2nd Lieut., Middlesex Regt. 1901 

Killed in action 28 April 1917 

C. G. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. J 99 

Killed in action in E. Africa 4 Nov. 1914 

DONALD, A. G. Capt., R.F.A. (W2.) 1911 

DONALDSON, C. E. Cadet, O.C.B. 1917 

DONOVAN, S. J. Lieut.-Col., R.A.S.C. D.S.O. M 3. m. 1898 

DOWNING, A. B. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) 1899 

DRUITT, C. E. H. Capt., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) and 1911 

M.G.C. (W.) M.C. 

DUNLOP, J. B. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1894 



^EDMONDS, S. F. Trooper, E. African Mtd. Rifles 

Killed in action on the Magadi River 25 Sept. 1914 
ELLIOTT, H. D. E. 2nd Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) 1905 
*EMBREY, C. S. 2nd Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) M.C. 1916 

Killed in action 12 Oct. 1918 

EUSTACE, E. M. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1899 

EVANS, E, T.D. Surgeon Lieut.-Col., Welsh Regt.(T.F.) 1879 
EVANS, K. R. Lieut., Lanes. Fus.; attd. King's Own 1913 

(Yorkshire L.I.) (W.) 

*EWEN, G. C. Lieut., Nigeria Regt., W. African Frontier 1908 
Force 
Kitted in action 24 Jan. 1917 

FAIRCHILD, G. C. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1906 

FARR, T. H. 2nd Lieut., Res. Regt. of Cavalry 1916 

FAWCETT, W. L. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.); Lieut., [1914] 

Qth Gurkha Rifles, Indian Army. (W.) M.C. 
FERRAR, H. T. N. Zealand Force 



350 SIDNEY SUSSEX COLLEGE 

FISHER, Rev. L. N. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1900 

FISHER, R. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1903 

FISON, W. J. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1902 

^FITZHERBERT, G. C. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt.; Lieut., [1914] 
York and Lancaster Regt. M.C. 
Killed in action 18 Sept. 1918 

^FLETCHER, R. R. R. Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 1905 

Died 29 Oct. 1919 of dysentery contracted on active 
service 

FOULDS, J. G. Capt., S. African Military Labour Corps 1909 

Fox, C. Gnr., R.G.A. 1915 

Fox, J. T. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1903 

^FYSON, G. Lieut., R. Scots. (W.) 1904 

Killed in action in Macedonia 4 Sept. 1918 

GAINS, S. G. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1917 

^GARSTIN, D. N. Lieut., loth Hussars; Capt., M.G.C. 1909 

D.S.O. M.C. 

Killed in action 15 Aug. 1918 
GARSTIN,E. J. L. Capt., Middlesex Regt. (W.) M.C. 1911 

M2. 

GATES, C. E. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. (P.) 1907 

GATHERGOOD, G. W. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. A.F.C. [1914] 

GATHERGOOD, L. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1911 

GAUSSEN, E. A. Capt., Merchiston Castle School O.T.C. 1891 

^GAWAN-TAYLOR, N. 2nd Lieut., York and Lancaster 1913 

Regt. 

Killed in action 24 April 1917 

^GAWAN-TAYLOR, T. F. 2nd Lieut., York and Lancaster 1912 
Regt. 

Killed in action at Hooge 9 Aug. 1915 
GLUCKSTEIN, I. M. Capt., London Regt. (Hackney Bn.) 1909 

(W.) M. 

GOOCH , G . W . 2nd Lieut . , Marlborough College O.T.C. 1911 
GOODALL, C. E. G. Capt., Lincolnshire Regt.(T.F.) [1914] 

(W.) M.C. M. 

GOODCHILD, G. F. 2nd Lieut., London Univ. O.T.C. 1895 
^GORDON, W. H. E. Lieut., Gordon Hdrs. 1912 

Died 30 Sept. 1915 of wounds received in action at 
the Hohenzollern Redoubt 

*GouGH, H. P. B. Major, Welsh Regt. M.C. and Bar 1899 
Died 22 April 1918 of wounds received in action 13 April 
1918 

*<GOULD, W. J. Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. 1913 

Killed in action near Ypres 23 Aug. 1915 



SIDNEY SUSSEX COLLEGE 351 

GREEN, H. F. Capt., N. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.); Major, Asst. 1912 

Chemical Adviser. M. 

GREEN, R. C. 2nd Lieut., S. Wales Borderers; Lieut., 1914 

M.G.C. 

GREENWOOD, E. T. Capt., Devon Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1912 

GRIFFITH, A. W. 2nd Lieut., R. Inniskilling Fus. 1912 

GRINBERG, S. Russian Army 1913 

GROGAN, J. D. Lieut., R.E. 1908 

GROOM, S. H. Sergt., Devon Regt.(T.F.); 2nd Lieut., 1906 

R. Fusiliers; Lieut., Rifle Brigade. (W.) 

GROUND, E. G. Lieut., London Regt. (Finsbury Rifles) 1904 



HACKFORTH, R. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) 

HAGUE, T. H. Major, Spec. List, empld. Army Trade 1910 

Test Centre 
HAINWORTH, A. D. 2nd Lieut., King's School, Warwick, 1896 

O.T.C. 
*HALL, B. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. [1914] 

Killed in action in the Battle of Loos 25 Sept. 1915 
HALL, J. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); Lieut., 1911 

R.F.A. 
*HALL, J. S. Lieut., Rifle Brigade. (W.) 1904 

Killed in action 21 March 1918 
*HALL, W. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. (W 2.) [1914] 

Died i July 1916 of wounds received in action 
HAMILTON, C. J. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) 
HAMILTON, G. H. Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.) 
HAMMOND, N. W. Lieut., St Edward's School, Oxford, 

O.T.C. 

HANITSCH, K. V. Capt., R.F.A. M. 1911 

^HARRIS, L. G. Pte., H.A.C. 1913 

Killed in action near Ypres 28 April 1915 
HARRISON, A. M. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1908 

HARVEY, R. P. Lieut., Norfolk Regt.; attd. R.F.C. [1914] 

HASWELL, P. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1907 

HATLEY, A. J. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1912 

HAWORTH, C. W. B. Lieut., Manchester Regt. (W.) 1911 
HAYGARTH, C. H. S. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) (P.) 1914 

!<HAYTHORNTHWAITE, R. M. 2nd Lieut., The Buffs (E. 1913 

Kent Regt.) 

Killed in action 24 May 1915 

HEADS, J. E. B. Capt., Durham L.I.(T.F.) 1907 

HEAP, E. F. G. T. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1895 

HERMAN, W. S. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1906 

HEWITT, N. S. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1911 



352 SIDNEY SUSSEX COLLEGE 

HEYER, G. Capt., Spec. List (Directorate of Requisi- 1888 

tions and Hirings). M.B.E. M. 

HOFFMAN, C. D. Corpl., W. Yorks. Regt. 1900 

HOLLAND, H. H. Instructor Capt., R.N. 1884 

HOLLINGSWORTH, J. H. Capt., R. Marines. D.S.C. 1894 

Belgian Croix de Guerre 

^HOLMES, B. S. Pte., R.A.S.C. ; 2nd Lieut., King's Royal 1903 
Rifle Corps and M.G.C. 
Accidentally killed 24 Oct. 1916 

HOLT, J. L. Instructor Cdr., R.N. 1890 

HORAN, A. K. Pte., H.A.C. ; Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1906 

HOUSDEN, R. J. Lce.-Corpl., 6th Dragoon Gds. (Cara- 1908 
biniers) ; 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers ; Lieut., Northamp- 
tonshire Regt.; Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 
HUGHES, F. A. 2nd Lieut., Wellington College O.T.C. 1906 

JACKSON, A. H. Pte., Foreign Legion, French Army; 1913 

Major, R. Fusiliers. (W.) 

JACKSON, R. W. Lieut., R.F.A. ; Hon. Lieut. (O.), R.A.F. 1912 
^JAMESON, A. B. 2nd Lieut., Cambridgeshire Regt. 1913 

Killed in action 21 July 1916 

JERWOOD, B. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1911 

JOBSON, J. S. Surgeon, R.N. 1903 

JOHNSON, F. H. Pte., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) 1913 

^JOHNSON, O. B. G. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Regt. and 1912 

Suffolk Regt. 

Kitted in action 9 April 1917 

JONAS, G. J. Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.) 1912 

JONES, E. W. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt. ; attd. Loyal 1913 

N. Lanes. Regt. (W 2.) Belgian Croix de Guerre 
JONES, G.B.H. Lieut., Welsh Horse and M.G.C. M.C. 1915 
JONES, J. M. See MORRIS- JONES, J. 
JONES, R. L. Surgeon Cdr., R.N. 1893 

KARRAN, T. W. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. 1908 

KERNICK, J. W. Lieut., R.E. 1910 

KING, C. B. R. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. ; Capt., M.G.C. 191 1 



(W.) M.C. 
*G, F. 



*KiNG, F. C. Rfn., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1915 

Killed in action 2 Feb. 1917 
KING, H. B. Capt. and Adjt., Northamptonshire Regt.; 1911 

Staff Capt. M.C. M 2. 

KING, N. Major, E. African Force 1900 

*KiNG, W. O. R. Lieut., Spec. List (Medical Research) 1906 
Died 1919 of illness contracted during the war 



SIDNEY SUSSEX COLLEGE 353 

KNIPE, R. C. Sergt., London Regt. (R. Fus.); Capt., 1909 

R.A.S.C.;attd. Gen. Staff 
KNOX-SHAW, P. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1912 

Derby Regt.) (P.) 
KNOX-SHAW, T. 2nd Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. ; Capt. and 1905 

Adjt., York and Lancaster Regt.; Brigade Major. 

M.C. M 3 . Belgian Croix de Guerre 

LAIRD-CLOWES, G. S. R.E.; Lieut., Spec. List. M. 1902 

LANDER, A. J. M. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1913 

Derby Regt.) ; empld. O.C.B. (W.) M.C. 

LANDON, J. W. Capt., R.E.; Asst. Instructor, School 1898 

of Military Engineering. (W.) M.B.E. 

LANGTON, G. B. Pte., R. Fusiliers ; Capt., S. Staffs. Regt. 1911 

*LAWSON, R. H. Lieut., Rifle Brigade. (W.) M.C. M. 1912 

Killed in action on the Somme 24 Aug. 1916 

LEE, N. Lieut., King's Own Scottish Borderers. (W.) 1912 

LEIGH, S. P. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1913 

LINDESAY, J. H. C. Capt., Army Cyclist Corps. M.C. 1912 

LINDSAY, W. J. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1890 

LITTLE, H. L. Air Mechanic, R.A.F. 1911 

LLOYD, J. D. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps 1903 

LOCKSPEISER, B. Pte., R.A.M.C.; empld. Ministry of 1910 

Munitions 

*LONG, L. P. Lieut., London Regt. (Blackheath and Wool- 1912 

wich Bn.) 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

LONGRIGG, J. H. Trooper, S. Provinces Mtd. Rifles, 1909 

Indian Defence Force 

Low, A. H. 2nd Lieut., R.E. (London Electrical En- 1910 

gineers, T.F.) 

LUDLOW, F. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 9yth Deccan Infy. 1905 

McARTHUR,G. K. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Regt. ; Lieut. (O.), 1910 

R.A.F. 

MCFARLAND, J. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. French 1908 

Croix de Guerre 

MACKIE, J. B. Capt., Somerset L.I.(T.F.) M. 1913 

McLEOD, E. R. Capt., Lanes. Fus. (P.) [1914] 

MACRAE, R. D. Capt., Gen. List (Intelligence) 1907 

*MAIR, E. M. 2nd Lieut., Cameron Hdrs. 1905 

Killed in action 3 Sept. 1916 

MANNERING, Rev. L. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 1902 

MANNING, C. R. U. Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. 1909 

(T.F.) 

C.U.W.L. 23 



354 SIDNEY SUSSEX COLLEGE 

MARSHALL, A. G. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. 1914 

MARSHALL, Rev. H. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D. M 2. 1903 

Montenegrin Silver Medal for Bravery 

MARSHALL, L. P. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. (W 2.) M.C. 1913 

**MARTIN, S. T. Lieut., R. Inniskilling Fus. (W.) 1909 

Killed in action i July 1916 

MARTYN, J. V. 2nd Lieut., R.A.F. 1913 

MASON, N. Capt., Punjab Rifles, Indian Defence Force 1908 

MATHER , F . H . Lieut . , Lincolnshire Regt . ; empld . O . C . B . 1914 

(W.) 

MATHIESON, W. Major, R.A.M.C. O.B.E. M 3. 1901 

MAY, A. J. Capt R.A.M.C 1902 

MAYALL, Rev. J. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W 2.) 1910 

M.C. M. 

MAYALL, R. C. Capt. and Adjt., Northumberland Fus. 1912 

D.S.O. M.C. and Bar. M. Italian Bronze Medal for 

Military Valour 

MAYES, Rev. R. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

MEGSON, M. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. 1901 

METCALFE, F. W. Capt., Rifle Brigade; empld. Home 1905 

Office 

MICHELL, A. H. Lieut., Warwickshire Yeo. and M.G.C. 1901 

MILLS, R. A. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1914 

MILMAN, L. C. P. Major, R.F.A.; Brig.-Gen., Asst. 1896 

Director, Ministry of Munitions. C.M.G. M. m. 

MITCHELL, A. G. Lieut., Northumberland Fus. and R.E. 1904 

MOLONY, A. C. B. Lieut., Border Regt. and M.G.C. (W.) 1911 

MOLONY, Rev. J. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

^MORRIS, J. W. G. Capt., Welsh Regt. 1913 

Killed in action i April 1916 

MORRIS- JONES, J. 2nd Lieut., Welsh Horse; Lieut., 41 st 1915 

Cavalry, Indian Army. M. 

MOUNTAIN, B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1902 

MULLINS, C. DE C. C. 2nd Lieut., loth Hussars 1910 

NAISH, F. C. P. Capt., R.E. (W.) M.B.E. 1900 

NEIGHBOUR, P. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1912 

NOBLE, E. R. Pioneer, R.E. (Spec. Bde.) 1905 

OATEN, E. F. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. nth Lancers 1903 

OATEN, W. S. Lieut., R.F.A. ; Capt.. Spec. List (Chemical 1911 

Adviser). (W.) M. 

O'NEILL, F. R. Capt., R. Inniskilling Fus.; Major, 1898 

R. Sussex Regt.(T.F.) Brevet Major. M. 

OSCROFT, E. P. Lieut., R.E. (Signals) 1914 



SIDNEY SUSSEX COLLEGE 355 

W. L. Pte., Grenadier Gds.; Capt. and Adjt., 1900 

King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.); attd. Lanes. Fus. 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 4 June 1915 

PAKEMAN, S. A. Capt., Wiltshire Regt. (W 2.) M.C. 1910 
PALMER, W. H. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1914 

PARGETER, H. A. A. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1916 

PATERSON, H. Lieut., R.F.A. 1911 

PEAKE, S. C. and Lieut., Norfolk Regt.; Capt., Labour 1914 

Corps. (W.) 

PEARSON, A. C. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M.C. 1893 

PEARSON, B. L. Capt., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) O.B.E. M. 1911 
PECK, S. C. Lieut.-CoL, R.G.A.; G.S.0. 2. D.S.O. 1890 

Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. M 3 . 
^PEMBERTON, V. T. 2nd Lieut., R. Munster Fus.; Major, 1913 

R.G.A. M.C. 

Killed in action at Belicourt 7 Oct. 1918 

PINCHES, H. I. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1897 

POINTER, E. H. Gnr., R.G.A. 1907 

POOLE, F. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1901 

POOLE, H. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) and 1904 

R.G.A.(T.F.) 
>^POPE, L. K. Trooper, Otago Mtd. Rifles, N. Zealand 1907 

Force 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 7 Aug. 1915 
PURCHASE, W. B. Major, R.A.M.C.; D.A.D.M.S. (W.) 1908 

Brevet Major. M.C. M. Order of the White Eagle, 

$th Class (Czecho- Slovakia) 

RADFORD, V. N. Capt. and Adjt., R.A.S.C. Mz. 1913 

RADFORD, W. N. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1909 

RAMSDEN, G. C. F. Capt., R. Sussex Regt. 1912 

^RAPP, R. 2nd Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1913 

Regt.,T.F.) 

Killed in action 18 June 1915 
RAPP, T. C. Capt., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1911 

Regt., T.F.); Major (A.), R.A.F. (W.) M.C. M. 
*RATCLIFFE, A. V. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. 1907 

Killed in action i July 1916 
^RAYNER, O. C. Lieut., Manchester Regt. 1911 

Killed in action 18 Nov. 1916 

READ, R. S. 2nd Lieut., R.E. 1908 

*REES, A. M. Lieut., Essex Regt. 1914 

Killed in action at Gueudecourt 18 Oct. 1916 
*REES-MOGG, L. L. Lieut., R.E. 1908 

Killed in action in Gallipoli n Aug. 1915 

232 



356 SIDNEY SUSSEX COLLEGE 

^REYNOLDS, J. W. 2nd Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt. *IQIO 

(T.F.) 

Killed in action near Ypres 7 Aug. 1915 

RICHARDS, C. W. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1912 

RICHARDSON, C. A. 2nd Lieut., St Bees School O.T.C. 1910 

ROBINSON, J. H. Gnr., R.G.A. 1899 

^ROBINSON, J. S. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1907 

Died on active service 13 Nov. 1918 of meningitis 

following influenza 

ROBSON, A. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1907 

ROGERSON, S. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. 1912 

ROPER, H. Capt., Devon Regt. (W.) M.C. 1910 

^ROSIER, J. E. R. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1912 

Died 20 Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 
*ROUQUETTE, D. G. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. ; 2nd Lieut. (A), 1010 

R.F.C. 

Killed in action 26 Sept. 1917 

ROY, D. W. Surgeon, R.N.V.R.; Major, R.A.M.C. 1899 

RUSSELL, H. B. G. Major, R.A.M.C.; D.A.D.M.S. M. 1905 

French Croix de Guerre 
RUSSELL, Rev. W. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1908 

SARRA, E. R. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1913 

SAUNDERS, C. Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. (W.) 1914 

SCHILLER, L. C. T. Capt., Lincolnshire Regt.(T.F.) [1914! 

(W.) M.C. 

SCHOOLING, A. J. Pte., R.A.M.C. ; 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1900 
SCORGIE, N. G. Lieut.-Col., Deputy Director, Army 1903 

Printing and Stationery Services. O.B.E. Mz. 
SCOTT, D. A. Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 1912 

SEDGWICK, C. H. Capt. and Q.M., R.A.M.C. (2nd N. 1895 

Gen. Hospital, T.F.) 

SELLS, A. L. Pte., H.A.C. 1914 

^SHANKSTER, G. Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. (W2.) 1912 

Killed in action 9 Oct. 1916 
SHERWOOD, H. P. Capt., R.Warwickshire Regt.(T.F.) ; 1912 

attd. R.E. (Signals). M.C. M. 
SHORTER, R. C. 2nd Lieut., R.E. ; Capt., Spec. List (Area 1904 

Gas Officer) 

SILLEY, P. G. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1892 

SIMPSON, S. G. Major, R.A.S.C. ; G.S.O. 3 (Education). 1900 

O.B.E. M2. 

SIMS, Rev. F. A. Chaplain, R.N. 1882 

SLEIGHT, K. R. Lieut., London Regt. (Blackheath and 1910 

Woolwich Bn.) 



SIDNEY SUSSEX COLLEGE 357 

SMITH, C. W. W. See WINWOOD- SMITH, C. W. 

SMITH, J. L. Lieut., Denstone College O.T.C. 1908 

^SMITH, W. H. Major, R.F.A. Mz. 1904 

Killed in action 12 April 1917 

SPERO, L. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W.) 1907 

^SPINK, C. C. 2nd Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. 1910 

Killed in action 4 June 1916 

SPRING, E. Capt., Somerset L.I.(T.F.) (W.) 1910 

STAFFURTH, A. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1906 

STANHOPE, R. M. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1905 

^STENHOUSE, J. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 1897 

Died 25 Aug. 1916 of wounds received in action 

STEVENSON, A. W. 2nd Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt. and 1914 

Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and Derby Regt.) ; Lieut. 

(A.), R.A.F. D.F.C. 

STEVENSON, F. P. Capt., Radley College O.T.C. 1902 

STEWART, E. W. H. Capt., Canadian A.S.C. 1905 

STRICKLAND, N. Capt., Repton School O.T.C. 1899 

STOKES, F. L. B. 2nd Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1913 

and Derby Regt.) 

STUBBS, S. S. Lieut., R.G.A. 1913 

SUTCLIFFE, A. L. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. M. 1906 

SYLVESTER, H. A. Rhodesia Field Force 1911 

SYMONS, W. J. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1907 

*TAYLOR, G. S. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1911 

Missing, presumed killed in action, 18 Sept. 1916 

TELFER, L. P. Pte., Bengal Bn., Indian Defence Force 1909 

TEMPERLEY,E.E.V. Major, R.E. M.C. and Bar. Belgian 1908 

Croix de Guerre 

TERRY, H. V. Capt. (Airship), R.A.F. M. 1914 

THOMAS, D. E. Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) Italian Bronze 1904 

Medal for Military Valour 

THOMSON, F. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1892 

TOBIAS, Rev. G. W. R. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 1904 

TRESAWNA, W. S. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M. 1898 

VOGEL, E. P. See OSCROFT, E. P. 

WALDRAM, H. G. Capt., Devon Regt.(T.F.) (P.) M. 1908 

WALES, H. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1896 

WALKER, J. E. Capt., R. Fusiliers and Labour Corps 1896 

WALKER, L. H. T. Capt., Welsh Regt. (W.) M.C. 1913 

WALKER, S. L. Capt., Canadian A.M.C. M. 1900 

WALLACE, C. R. P. 2nd Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. 1912 



358 SIDNEY SUSSEX COLLEGE 

WALLER, F. 2nd Lieut., Border Regt. (W.) 1903 

WALTER, C. Lieut., R.G.A. 1896 

WARD, Rev. E. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

*WARD, W. D. Sergt., London Regt. (Cyclist Bn.) ; Capt., 1901 

Hampshire Regt. (Cyclist Bn.); attd. Indian Army 

Died 4 Sept. 1918 of injuries accidentally received 

WATKINS, E. V. Lieut., Welsh Regt. 1901 

*WATSON, T. P. Capt. and Adit., E. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 1910 

M.C. M2. 

Killed in action 7 March 1917 

WEBB, G. C. N. Capt., Dorset Regt. M. [1914] 

WEBB-BENTON, J. American Army 1911 

WELLER, H. J. and Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt.; Lieut., 1915 

M.G.C. (Wa.) 

WESTHEAD, W. H. Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) M. Chevalier, 1914 

Ordre de la Couronne (Belgium). Belgian Croix de 

Guerre 

WHEELER, A. M. Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.) 1906 

WHITE, K. H. Major, R.A.S.C. M. 1905 

WHITMORE, H. S. 2nd Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) 1909 

WILKINSON, C. A. Lieut., Middlesex Regt.(T.F.) ; Capt., 1902 

Spec. List. M.B.E. Cavalier, Order of the Crown of 

Italy 

WILKINSON, F. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) ; Lieut. (A.) 1913 

and Capt. (Ad.), R.A.F. (W 2.) M. 

WILKINSON, F. C. Hon. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1902 

WILLIAMS, C. H. 2nd Lieut., Welsh Regt. 1914 

WILLIAMS-ELLIS, R. G. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus.(T.F.); 1896 

Capt., R.A.S.C. 

WILSON, B. Capt., Manchester Regt.; attd. T.M.B. 1908 

WILSON, H. O. S. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1912 

WINWOOD- SMITH, C. W. Lieut., Devon Regt. and Gen. 1912 

List (T.M.B.); empld. War Office 

WOOD, B. R. Trooper, United Provinces Horse, Indian 1909 

Defence Force 

WOOD, N. P. 2nd Lieut., Cheshire Regt. 1902 

WOOLF, E. S. Capt., R.A.S.C. ; Major, D.A.D. Transport 1902 

WOOLF, P. S. Lieut., 20th Hussars. (W.) M. 1908 

WRIGHT, J. ALDREN. Major, R.A.M.C. (ist E. Gen. Hos- ^1902 

pital. T.F.) 

WYCHE, C. K. H. Lieut., Norfolk Regt. 1911 

WYNNE-EDWARDS, J. C. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. 1909 

YOUNG, J. G. C. Lieut., R.G.A. 1911 




TRINITY COLLEGE 

ABBOT, H. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) M. 1889 

ACHESON-GRAY, C. G. A. Lieut., Dorset Regt.(T.F.) 1907 
ADAIR, J. V. Capt., N. Irish Horse. M.C. 1907 

ADAMS, C. W. Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1901 

ADAMS, E. P. Capt., R.E. O.B.E. M. 1902 

ADAMS, W. McM. 2nd Lieut., R.E. ; Lieut. (K.B.), United 1914 

States Air Service. (W.) M.C. 
^ADAMSON, W. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt, 1904 

Killed in action 24 April 1916 
*ADDY, J. C. Capt., E. Yorks. Regt. M.C. 1910 

Killed in action 3 May 1917 
ADIE, C. J. M. Lieut., Eton College O.T.C. 
ADRIAN, E. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
AGAR, C. T: Lieut., R.G.A. 
AGAR, H. E. T. Major, R.E.(T.F.) m 2. 
AGIUS, E. E. G. Lieut., London Regt. (R. Fus.); Capt., 

Spec. List (Adjt., Reception Camp). (W.) 
AGNEW, C. G. Capt., Manchester Regt. and Gen. List 1901 

(O.C.B.) M. 
AGNEW, J. S. Capt., Suffolk Yeo.; D.A.A.G. M. Cav- 1898 

alter, Order of the Crown of Italy 
AGNEW, V. C. W. Capt., Suffolk Yeo. and Suffolk Regt. 1906 

(T.F.) 

AINS WORTH, T. 2nd Lieut., nth Hussars 1904 

AITKEN, D. B. Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. ; Lieut (A.), R.A.F. 1913 

(W.) D.F.C. 
^ALBRIGHT, M. C. Major, Worcestershire Yeo. 1905 

Died 8 Nov. 1917 of wounds received in action 
^ALDERSEY, H. Capt., Cheshire Yeo. 1907 

Killed in action 10 March 1918 



360 TRINITY COLLEGE 

ALDRIDGE, E. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. Brevet 1895 

Major. M. 

ALEXANDER, F. D. Capt., iQth Hussars; Major, D.A.D. 1897 

Remounts. (W.) M 2. Belgian Croix de Guerre 

ALEXANDER, J. F. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1895 

ALLAN, A. C. 2nd Lieut., Middlesex Regt. (W.) 1912 

ALLCARD, R. Capt., R.E. O.B.E. M. 1903 

ALLCHIN, G.C. Lieut., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt.); 1914 

Capt., R.E. M.C. 

ALLEN, Rev. G. K. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1901 

ALLEN, J. Lieut., R.G.A. 1892 

FALLEN, J. E. R. Lieut., 1 6th Lancers. (W.) M 2. 1909 

Died 8 April 1918 of wounds received in action 

ALLEN, Rev. L. J. Chaplain, R.N. 1904 

FALLEN, M. R. H. A. Lieut. (A.), R.F.C. 1910 

Kitted in flying accident 21 March 1917 

ALLEN, R. C. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) ; Lieut. (A. and Ad.), 1914 

R.A.F. (W.) 

ALLEN, W. H. Hon. Major, R.G.A. 1892 

ALLFREY, F. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1891 

ALLGOOD,G.H. Capt., Northumberland Fus. (W.) M2. 1911 

ALLHUSEN, O. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) 1907 

ALLHUSEN, R. Major, R.F.A. (W.) 1912 

ALLIX, C. I. L. Lieut., Coldstream Gds. 1891 

*ALLOM, C. C. G. Capt., R.F.A. 1914 

Died 20 Oct. 1917 of wounds received in action 9 Oct. 

1917 

ALTHORP, Viscount. Capt., Life Guards; A.D.C. (W.) 1910 

ANCASTER, Earl of, T.D. Lieut.-Col., Lincolnshire Yeo. 1886 

(T.F. Res.) m. 

ANDERSON, A. E. D. Capt., King's Own Scottish Bor- 1905 

derers; Brigade Major; Lieut.-Col., Spec. List 

(School of Instruction). (W.) D.S.O. M.C. M 3. 
ANDERSON, A. P. M. See MOORE-ANDERSON, A. P. 

ANDERSON, C. A. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1895 

ANDERSON, G. B. Capt., R.F.A. M.C. 1914 

ANDERSON, N. L. Capt., S. Staffs. Regt.; empld. O.C.B. 1913 

(W2.) 

ANDRAS, J. B. Capt. and Adjt., E. Surrey Regt.(T.F.) 1910 
^ANDREWES, C. N. Lieut., Labour Corps 1895 

Died 29 Nov. 1918 of influenza contracted on active 

service 

ANDREWS, K. T. Major, R.A.S.C. 1912 

ANSBACHER, S. S. See ANSLEY, S. S. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 361 

ANSDELL, T. A. Australian A.M.C. 1909 

^ANSELL, A. G. and Lieut., R.E. (Field Survey Coy.) 1912 

Died 25 April 1918 of gas poisoning 

ANSLEY, S. S. Capt., R.H.A.(T.F.) (W.) M.C. 1912 

ANSON, G. F. V. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. (W.) 1910 

ANSTEY, T. C. R. Capt., Sherwood Rangers. (W.) 1911 
ANTROBUS, M. E. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps. [1914] 

(Wa.) 

*APPERLEY, B. L. M. 2nd Lieut., Queen's Own (R.W. 1911 

Kent Regt.) (W.) 

Died 19 April 1917 of wounds received in action 

ARBUTHNOT, L. G. Capt., Lanes. Fus.; A.D.C. (W.) 1886 

M.B.E. Order of the White Eagle, $th Class, with 

swords (Serbia) 

ARBUTHNOT, M. A. Capt., Seaforth Hdrs.; D.A.M.S., 1897 

War Office. (W.) O.B.E. Brevet Major 

ARBUTHNOT, R. W. M. Capt., R.F.A.; Staff Capt. (W.) 1908 

M.C. French Croix de Guerre 

ARCHER, C. W. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1905 

ARKWRIGHT, J. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. m. Order of the 1882 

White Eagle, $th Class, with swords (Serbia) 

ARKWRIGHT, R. O. W. Lieut., 4th Hussars. (W.) 1913 

ARMITAGE, N. C. Lieut., R.G.A. 1896 

ARMSTRONG, J. R. B. Lieut., N. Irish Horse and 8th 1911 

(King's R. Irish) Hussars; Capt., Tank Corps 

^ARMSTRONG, M. R. L. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. and R.E. 1908 

Killed in action 23 April 1916 

ARMSTRONG, R. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1903 

ARNALLT- JONES, G. C. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt. 1916 
ARNOTT, R. J. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps [iQHl 

ASH, F. H. Lieut., 4th Hussars. French Croix de Guerre 1912 

ASH, G. B. Capt., Spec. List (Dental Surgeon) 1901 

ASH, O. A. Lieut., R.G.A. 1914 

ASKEW, E. J. P. Capt., R.F.A. ; empld. Ministry of Labour 1905 

ASPINALL, G. Lieut., Lanes. Hussars 1903 

ASSHETON, R. T. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt.; Major, 1913 

M.G.C. (W.) 

ATHILL, C. R. W. 2nd Lieut., Middlesex Regt. 1915 

ATHILL, F. R. I. Lieut.-Col., Northumberland Fus.; 1899 

D.A.A.G., War Office. (W.) C.M.G. M 2. m. 

ATKINSON, A. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Service, 1000 

T.F.) M.B.E. 

ATKINSON, H.B. Capt., E. African Force. O.B.E. Mz. 1898 

ATKINSON, P. Y. Lieut., 5th Dragoon Gds. M.C. 1905 



362 TRINITY COLLEGE 

ATTENBOROUGH, C. R. W. Capt., London Regt. (R. Fus.) 1006 

(W.) 

^AUSTEN-CARTMELL, A. J. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1912 

Killed in action i June 1916 

AUSTEN- SMITH, H., C.I.E. Lieut.-CoL, I.M.S. 1884 

AYLMER, E. K. G., C.B. Bt. Colonel, Res. Regt. of Cavalry 1877 

AYTON, W. A. Lieut., R.G.A. 1899 

BABER, J. B. Capt., London Regt. (Queen's Westminster 1911 

Rifles) and M.G.C. M.C. M. 

BACK, H. C. Lieut., Spec. List. (R.T,O.) 1882 

^BACKHOUSE, H. E. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1901 

and Derby Regt.) 

Killed in action 15 Oct. 1916 
^BACKUS, A. R. Capt., Rifle Brigade. (W 2.) M.C. 1913 

Accidentally killed near Neuve Eglise 22 Sept. 1917 
BACON, F. Lieut., R.N.V.R.; empld. Admiralty 1899 

BACON, F. R. Lieut., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 1910 

BACON, R. C. Capt., R. Defence Corps 1885 

BAERLEIN, H. P. D. Service Sanitaire, French Army 1893 

BAERLEIN, O. F. Capt., R.A.S.C. M.C. 1911 

BAGGALLAY, M. E. C. Lieut., nth Hussars; A.D.C. M. 1907 
BAHR, P. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. D.S.O. Brevet Major. 1900 

M. 
BAILEY, F. G. G. Lieut.-CoL, R.F.A. (W.) Brevet 1898 

Lieut. -Colonel 

BAILEY, W. N. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1912 

BAINBRIDGE, F. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1893 

^BAINBRIGGE, P. G. 2nd Lieut., Lanes. Fus.; attd. Welsh 1909 

Regt. 

Killed in action 18 Sept. 1918 

BAINES, J. T. Capt., Welsh Regt.; empld. O.C.B. (W.) 1913 
BALFOUR, C. M. Lieut., R.E.fT.F.); Capt., Tank Corps. 1909 

M. 
*BALFOUR,J. Capt., Scots Gds.; attd. R.E. (Signals). M.C. 1913 

M. 

Killed in action 21 March 1918 

BALFOUR, M. Major, R.F.A. M.C. 1897 

BALL, O.J. H. Hon. Brig.-Gen. (ret.); Staff Lieut, m. 1871 

*BALLAMY, H. W. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W 2.) 1912 

Killed in action 15 Aug. 1917 
^BALLANCE, L. A. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (Civil Service 1907 

Rifles); Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps 

Killed in action 28 Sept. 1916 



TRINITY COLLEGE 363 

BALSTON, F. W. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1899 

BALZAROTTI, G. P. 2nd Lieut , Italian Army. m. 1909 

BANBURY, F. E. 2nd Lieut., Coldstream Gds. 1912 

BANBURY, R. E. Capt., R. Fusiliers. (W.) 1898 

BANISTER, C. G. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) ; Capt., 1908 

R.E.; Hon. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 

BANKS, P. Capt., R.F.A. 1914 

BARBER, J. R. Capt., Gen. List (T.F. Res.) M.C. 1896 

BARBER, T. P. Major, S. Notts. Hussars. (W.) D.S.O. 1894 



BARBER-STARKEY, F. W. G. Capt., Canadian M.G.C. 1903 

(W.) 

BARBER-STARKEY, R. J. K. 2nd Lieut., Shropshire Yeo. 1902 
^BARBER-STARKEY, W. H. J. Capt., R.F.A. 1898 

Died in German hands 10 Sept. 1914 of wounds received 

in action at Le Cateau 26 Aug. 1914 

BARBOUR, R., T.D. Major, Cheshire Yeo. 1894 

BARCLAY, A. V. Corpl, E. African Mtd. Rifles; Capt., 1906 

King's African Rifles. (W 2.) 
BARCLAY, C. Major and Adjt., Res. Regt. of Cavalry; 1885 

attd. loth Hussars, m. 

BARCLAY, Rev. G. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. m. 1900 

BARCLAY, H. G., M.V.O., V.D. Hon. Colonel, Norfolk 1870 

Regt.(T.F. Res.) 
BARCLAY, R. L. Capt., Norfolk Yeo.; Major, Q.M.G.'s 1886 

Dept., War Office. C.B.E. O.B.E. 
BARCLAY, R. W. Lieut.-Col., Surrey Yeo. ; Capt., 2nd Life 1900 

Gds. 
^BARCLAY, T. H. Major, Surrey Yeo. Silver Medal for 1902 

gallantry in saving life at sea 

Drowned on H.M. transport Transylvania 4 May 1917 
BARING, Hon. M. Major, S.O. 2, R.A.F. O.B.E. M2. 1893 

Chevalier, Legion of Honour (France) 

BARKER, A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1901 

BARKER, Rev. A. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1889 

BARKER, F. W. Capt., London Yeo. (Westminster Dra- 1907 

goons). M. 
BARKER-HAHLO, H. Capt., N. Somerset Yeo. and Gen. 1891 

Staff 

BARLOW, A. W. L. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1910 
BARNARD, Lord. Major, Westmorland and Cumberland 1907 

Yeo.; attd. Border Regt. (W2.) M.C. 

BARNES, R. S. Capt., Suffolk Regt.(T.F.); A.P.M. M. 1898 
BARNES, T. H. Lieut, R.F.A. (W.) [1914] 



364 TRINITY COLLEGE 

BARNES- GORELL, T. A. R. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters ion 

(Notts, and Derby Regt.) (W.) 

BARNETT, B. L. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) M.C. M 2. 1913 

BARNINGHAM, E. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 1911 

BARNINGHAM, H. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. ; Lieut. [1014] 

(A.), R.A.F. 
BARNSLEY, D. G. Major, Gloucestershire Regt.; Lieut.- 1902 

Col., R. Warwickshire Regt. (W.) M.C. m. 
BARNSLEY, R. E. Major, R.A.M.C.; D.A.D.M.S. (W.) 1905 

M.C. Brevet Major 
^BARNSLEY, T. K. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt. and Cold- 1911 

stream Gds. (W.) 

Killed in action 31 July 1917 

BARRACLOUGH, R. F. Lieut., R.A.S.C. m. 1903 

BARRAN, C. R. Lieut., R.G.A. M. 1904 

BARRAN, H. V. F. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) M. 1913 

BARRATT, W. D. Capt., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt. 1002 

T.F. Res.) 
BARRETT, R. C. Capt., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1913 

Regt., T.F.) ;A.D.C. M. 
BARRON, E. A. W. Lieut., Res. Regt. of Cavalry; attd. 1901 

1 2th Lancers. M.C. 

BARROW, E. B. P. 2nd Lieut., R.F.C. 1909 

BARROWCLOUGH, S. Lieut., R.F.A. 1913 

BARRY, E. G. WOLFE. See WOLFE BARRY, E. G. 
BARRY, K. A. WOLFE. See WOLFE BARRY, K. A. 
BARRY, T. Lieut., Cameron Hdrs. (W 2.) 1909 

^BARTHROPP, S. A. N. S. 2nd Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. 1910 

Killed in action at Cuinchy 29 Jan. 1915 
BARTLETT, E. G. Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.); 1913 

Staff Capt. (W.) O.B.E. M.C. and Bar. M 2. 
BARTRAM, L. H. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1913 

BARWELL, N. F. Major, Oxford and Bucks. L.I.; Lieut.- 1897 

Col., Gloucestershire Regt. (W.) M.C. M. 
BATCHELDER, G. L. Lieut., United States Naval Res. 1914 
BATES, F. A. Capt., Denbigh Yeo.; Major (A.), R.A.F. 1903 

(W.) M.C. A.F.C. M Greek Military Cross 
BATESON, Hon. E. DE Y. Capt., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) 1903 

^BATLEY, R. C., T.D. Major, Dorset Yeo. 1881 

Died 23 Oct. 1917 

BATTISCOMBE, Rev. G. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1879 
BAXTER, C.W. Capt., S. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.) (W.) M.C. 1913 
BAYNES, G. Capt., 3rd Hussars. (W.) 1899 

BAYNES, H. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1904 



TRINITY COLLEGE 365 

BAYNES, W. E. C. Capt., Coldstream Gds. and Gen. 1894 

Staff. (W 3 .) M.C. M. 
BEALE, H. L. and Lieut., Cambridgeshire Regt.; Capt., 1897 

R.E. (Inland Water Transport), m. 
*BEALEY, A. C. Capt., Somerset L.I. M.C. M. 1892 

Died 22 Nov. 1917 of wounds received in action in 

Palestine 

BEASLEY-ROBINSON, A. C. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) [1914] 

BEAUCHAMP, Rev. Sir M. H., Bart. C.F. 4th Class, 1879 

R.A.C.D. m. 
BEAUFOY, H. M. Lieut., Spec. List, empld. Ministry of 1906 

National Service 
BEAUMONT, Hon. W. H. C. Capt., 2nd Life Gds. ; Major, 1909 

Gds. M.G. Regt. M.C. 
^BEAUMONT-NESBITT, W. H. Capt., Grenadier Gds. (W.) 1913 

M.C. 

Killed in action at Bourlon Wood 27 Nov. 1917 
BEAZLEY, C. M. Capt., Rifle Brigade. (W 2.) 1909 

BECKER, G. G. Lieut., Marlborough College O.T.C. 1905 
^BECHER, M. A. N. Capt., King's Own Scottish Borderers 1903 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 26 April 1915 
BEDDINGTON, C. Lieut.-Col., Westmorland and Cumber- 1885 

land Yeo. (T.F. Res.) (W.) M. 
^BEDELL-SIVRIGHT, D. R. Surgeon, R.N. 1899 

Died in Gallipoli 5 Sept. 1915 

BEDFORD, D. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. m. 1888 

*BEER,A. H. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) M.C. M. 1913 

Died 21 April 1918 of wounds received in action at 

Bethune 19 April 1918 
BEETON, A. E. Capt., R.E. M.C. M. French Croix 1898 

de Guerre 

BELL, C. W. D. Lieut., loth Hussars ; Capt. (A.), R.A.F. 191 1 
*BELL, G. M. Major, Hampshire Regt. D.S.O. M. 1896 

Killed in action in the Third Battle of Ypres 3 1 July 1917 
*BELL, J. J. Major, Ayrshire Yeo. 1891 

Died 2 March 1915 
*BELL, W. H. D. Capt., N.Zealand Force and K. Edward's 1902 

Horse. M. 

Killed in action 31 July 1917 

BELPER, Lord. Capt., Life Gds.; Major, Tank Corps 1902 
BELVILLE, G. E. Capt., i6th Lancers and Gen. Staff 1807 

(O.C.B.) (W.) (P.) 
BENJAMIN, C. M. 2nd Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire [1914] 

L.L); Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 



366 TRINITY COLLEGE 

BENNETT, E. Capt., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) M 2. 1911 

BENTINCK, A. W. D. Capt., Coldstream Gds.; attd. 1906 

Egyptian Army. (W.) 
^BENTINCK, H. D. A. Major, Coldstream Gds. Brevet 1899 

Major. M. 

Died 2 Oct. 1916 of wounds received in action 15 Sept. 

1916 
BENTLIFF, H. D. Lieut., Essex Regt.(T.F.) ; attd. Middle- 1910 

sex Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 
BENTWICH, N. DE M. Major, Spec. List, attd. Egyptian 1901 

Camel Corps. (W.) O.B.E. M.C. M^. 
BERG, A. W. Lieut., Welsh Gds.; Capt., Spec. List 1903 

BERGER, S. H. 2nd Lieut., S. Wales Borderers; empld. 1911 

Recruiting Staff 
BESSBOROUGH, Earl of. Hon. Capt., Suffolk Yeo. (T.F. 1898 

Res.); empld. War Office. C.M.G. m. Chevalier, 

Legion of Honour (France). Cavalier, Order of St 

Maurice and St Lazarus (Italy). Officer, Order of 

the Redeemer (Greece). Order of St Anne, ^rd Class, 

with swords (Russia) 
BEST, T. W. Major, Leicestershire Yeo.; Major (Ad.), 1912 

R.A.F. (W.) 
^BETHELL, C. Pte., Coldstream Gds.; Capt., King's Own 1904 

(Yorkshire L.I.) M. 

Killed in action 20 Feb. 1916 
BETHELL, D. J. Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.); 1911 

Capt., Scots Gds. M.C. and Bar. M. 

BETHWAY, Rev. W. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

BEVAN, T. R. Capt., Hertfordshire Regt. (T.F. Res.); 1909 

A.D.C. 

BEVERIDGE, H. Capt., Dorset Regt. (P.) 1893 

BEVES, C. H. Paymaster Lieut., R.N.V.R. M. 1905 

BEWICKE- COPLEY, R. G. W. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle 1911 

Corps; Major, M.G.C. (W.) M.C. M. Italian 

Bronze Medal for Military Valour 
BICKERSTETH, R. A. Major, R.A.M.C. (ist W. Gen. Hos- 1881 

pital, T.F.) m. 

BICKNELL, P. W. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1902 

BIDDER, H. F. Major, R. Sussex Regt.; Lieut.-Col., 1894 

M.G.C. D.S.O. M. 
BIDDLE, F. A. Capt., Gen. List (T.F. Res.), empld. School 1896 

of Musketry 

BIGGE, H. J. Lieut., i9th Hussars 1907 

BILNEY, A. A. H. Lieut., R.A.S.C. M.C. 1906 



TRINITY COLLEGE 367 

^BINNING, Lord, C.B., M.V.O. Lieut.-Col., Lothian and 1876 
Border Horse ; Brig.-Gen. 
Died 1 2 Jan . 1 9 1 7 of pneumonia 

BINYON, B. Major (A.), R.A.F. O.B.E. 1904 

*BiON, R. E. Lieut., aoth Hussars; Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1910 

Killed in action 9 April 1918 
BIRCH, A. G. Major, R.E.(T.F.); D. A. D. Light Rail- 1900 

ways. (W.) D.S.O.andBar. O.B.E. M 4. 
BiRD,G.F. Major, R.A.M.C.; D.A.D.M.S. M.C. Mi>. 1897 
BIRD, L. W. Major, R. Berkshire Regt.; empld. School 1901 

of Instruction. (W2.) D.S.O. O.B.E. Mz. 
fcBiRKBECK, G. Lieut., Norfolk Yeo. 1913 

Died 19 Feb. 1916 
*BIRKBECK, G. W. Capt., Norfolk Regt.(T.F.) M. 1905 

Killed in action 19 April 1917 
BIRKBECK, H. A. Major, Norfolk Yeo. and Norfolk Regt. 1904 

(T.F.) (W.) M.C. 
BIRLEY, O. H. J. Capt., R. Fusiliers and Gen. Staff (In- 1898 

telligence). M.C. 

BISHOP, J. H. Lieut., R.F.A. 1911 

*BLACK, D. C. 2nd Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1916 

Killed in flying accident 23 April 1918 
BLACK, J. C. Capt. and Adjt., R.E. M. 
BLACK, R. P. Lieut., R.G.A. M.C. 
BLACKBURN, A. Capt., Rifle Brigade (T.F.) 
BLACKBURN-MAZE, C. I. Lieut,, Queen's Own (R.W. 

Kent Regt.) 

BLACKETT, B. J. Lieut., N.S.W. Bn., Australian Force 
BLACKLOCK, G. H. Lieut., Shropshire Yeo. ; Lieut.-Col., 

A.D. Docks. M. 

BLAIR, H. M. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. (W 2.) 1896 

*BLAKE, G. P. Capt. R. Welsh Fus. 1898 

Killed in action 20 July 1916 

BLAKENEY, Rev. E. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1889 

BLANCO-WHITE, G. R. Capt., R.G.A. 1902 

BLAND, A. J. T. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) M.C. 1913 

BLOM, A. H. Capt., Irish Gds. (W 2.) 1909 

^BODENHAM, H. E. C. H. 2nd Lieut., Black Watch; 1914 

Lieut., M.G.C. 

Killed in action on the Somme 7 Sept. 1916 

^BOLITHO, G. R. 2nd Lieut., Devon Regt. and R.F.C. 1911 
(W.) 

Died 25 Oct. 1916 of wounds received in action 
BOLITHO, T. G. G. Capt. (K.B.), R.A.F. M.C. D.F.C. 1908 



368 TRINITY COLLEGE 

BOLTON, D. C. Capt., Manchester Regt. 1902 

*BOLTON, W. S. Sergt., R. Fusiliers (Sportsman's Bn.) 1904 

(W.) 

Died 7 Feb. 1919 of pneumonia contracted on active 

service 

BOND, A. C. 2nd Lieut., King's Own (R.Lancaster Regt.) 1913 
*BOND, C. G. Capt., Wiltshire Regt. 1900 

Killed in action 25 Nov. 1915 
BONHAM, E. H., M.V.O. Major, 2nd Dragoons (R. Scots 1892 

Greys). M. m. Chevalier > Legion of Honour (France) 
^BONHAM CARTER, A. T. S. African Defence Force ; Capt., 1887 

Hampshire Regt. m. 

Killed in action i July 1916 

BONHAM CARTER, F. H. Capt., R.G.A. 1898 

BONVALOT, A. C. Capt., Coldstream Gds. [JQH] 

^BONVALOT, E. ST L. 2nd Lieut., Coldstream Gds. 1910 

Killed in action 9 Oct. 1915 
BOOTH, C. Z. M. A.B., R.N.V.R. (R.N.D.) ; Lieut., Leic- 1906 

estershire Yeo. 
BOOTH, T. M. Major, Gordon Hdrs.; Brigade Major; 1892 

Lieut.-Col., Asst. Military Attache, the Hague. (W.) 

D.S.O. and Bar. M 2. 
BOSANQUET, A. R. Capt., King's Own (R. Lancaster 1909 

Regt.) (W.) M.C. 
BOSCAWEN, Hon. M. T. Major, Rifle Brigade; Lieut.- 1910 

Col., London Regt. D.S.O. M.C. M 2. 
^BOSCAWEN, Hon. V. D. 2nd Lieut., Coldstream Gds. 1909 

Killed in action near Ypres 29 Oct. 1914 

BOSTOCK, S. C. Lieut., Life Gds. (W.) 1912 

BosTOCK-HiLL, A. J. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1905 

BOUGHEY, C. L. F. Lieut., Grenadier Gds. (W.) 1905 

BOUQUET, Rev. A. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. m. 1902 

BOURCHIER, Rev. LE G. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 
BOUWENS, B. G. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) (W.) 1902 

BOVILL, E. W. Lieut., loth Hussars ; attd. Nigeria Regt., 1911 

W. African Frontier Force. (W.) 
BOWEN, J. B. Capt., Pembroke Yeo.; Lieut.-Col. (T.), 1902 

R.A.F. O.B.E. m. 
^BOWEN COLTHURST, R. M. Capt., Leinster Regt. 1902 

Killed in action 15 March 1915 
BpWER, H. M. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.); empld. 1873 

Records 

YON, G. P. Lieut., Grenadier Gds. [iQHl 

Killed in action 27 Nov. 1917 



TRINITY COLLEGE 369 

BOWES-LYON, Hon. P. Major, Essex Regt. 1882 

BOWLBY, R. F. Lieut., London Regt. 1909 

BOWLE, C. W. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. 1898 

BOWMAN, F. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1911 

BOWMAN, G. H. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt.; Major 1910 

(A.), R.A.F. (W.) D.S.O. M.C.andBar. D.F.C. 

M. Belgian Croix de Guerre 
BOWMAN VAUGHAN, E. W. See VAUGHAN, E. W. B. 
BOWRING, J. F. E. Capt. and Adjt., Lanes. Fus.; Major, 1885 

Labour Corps 
>fcBoYD, H. A. 2nd Lieut., R. Inniskilling Fus. 1913 

Killed in action 7 Sept 1914 

BOYD, J. Lieut., United States Ambulance Service 1910 

Bo YD ROCHFORT, G. A. See ROCHFORT, G. A. B. 
BOYLE, G. F. Capt., R. Scots Fus. 1912 

BOYS, G. V. Corpl., R.E. (Signals). (P.) 1913 

BOZMAN, E. F. Capt., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent Regt.) ; [1914] 

attd. The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) (W.) M.C. 
BRADFORD, Earl of. Lieut.-Col., R. Scots. M. 1893 

BRADLEY, M. G. Major, Middlesex Regt. and Labour 1901 

Corps 
BRADNEY, J. A., C.B., T.D. Hon. Colonel, London Regt. 1877 

(Q.V.R., T.F. Res.) ; Lieut.-Col., Labour Corps, m. 
^BRADSHAW, P. C. 2nd Lieut., King's Own Scottish 1914 

Borderers 

Killed in action i May 1916 
^BRADSHAW, R. E. K. Lieut., London Regt. (Rangers) 1914 

Killed in action i July 1916 
^BRADSHAW, W. D. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1915 

Killed in action 31 Oct. 1916 
^BRAGG, R. C. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1912 

Died 2 Sept. 1915 of wounds received in action in 

Gallipoli i Sept. 1915 

BRAGG, W. L. Major, R.H.A.(T.F.) O.B.E. M.C. M. 1909 
BRAMWELL, B. S. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1896 

BRAMWELL, J. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1907 

BRANSON, F. H. E. Lieut., R.A.O.C.; Major, D.A.D. 1896 

Equipment and Ordnance Stores, War Office. O.B.E. 

M.B.E. m. 

BRANSON, J. R. B. Major, R.A.O.C.; D.A.D.O.S. 1891 

BRANSON, W. P. S. Colonel, A.M.S. C.B.E. M. 1893 

BRANSTON, C. A. Lieut., R.E. and R.A.S.C.(T.F.) 1904 

BRASS, W. Capt., Surrey Yeo.; Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 1904 

BRAUN, G. C. P. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1908 

C.U.W.L. 24 



370 TRINITY COLLEGE 

BRAUNHOLTZ, W. T. K. Sapper, R.E. (Signals) 

BRAY, Sir E. H. Brig.-Gen., Q.M.G.'s Dept., Indian 

Army. C.S.I. 
BRAY, F. E. Major, The Queen's (R. W. Surrey Regt., 

T.F.) M.C. M2. Italian Silver Medal for Military 

Valour 
BRAY, J. Capt., Surrey Yeo.(T.F. Res.) and Gds. M.G. 

Regt. 
^BREESE, W. L. 2nd Lieut., R. Horse Gds. 

Killed in action 14 March 1915 
BREMNER, F. D. H. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 
BRENAN, A. R. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
BRERETON, J. L. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A.; empld. Ministry 

of Munitions 
BRETHERTON, Rev. H. Pte., London Regt. (Artists 

Rifles) 
*BREUL, O. G. F. J. Lieut., R.E. (Signals). M.C. 

Died on active service 16 Oct. 1917 
BRIDGEMAN, R. O. Capt., Rifle Brigade; Staff Lieut., 

War Office. (W.) Brevet Major 
BRIGHTMAN, E. W. Lieut.-Col., R.A.S.C. (Canteens). 

O.B.E. M. 

BRINDLE, W. S. Lieut.-Col., Worcestershire Regt. m. 
^BROADBENT, C. H. 2nd Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire 

L.I., T.F.) 

Died i March 1916 of injuries received in bombing 

accident 

BROADBENT, W. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 
BROCKLEBANK, J. J., D.S.O. Major, Scottish Horse; attd. 

Northamptonshire Regt. (T.F.) m. 
J<BRODIE, E. J. Capt., Cameron Hdrs. 

Killed in action n Nov. 1914 
BRODSKY, G. A. 2nd Lieut., i8th Hussars; Capt., Gen. 

List 

BROOKE, B. W. D. Hon. Capt., R.H.A.(T.F. Res.) 
BROOKE, H. K. Capt., Gen. List, attd. Egyptian Army 
BROOKS, H. R. G. Major, R.G.A. (W.) M.C. 
BROWN, A. O. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) 
BROWN, C. CLIFTON. Lieut., Sussex Yeo. and Grenadier 

Gds. 
BROWN, D. CLIFTON. Capt., ist Dragoon Gds.; attd. 

Army Cyclist Corps; Brigade Major 
BROWN, F. C. 2nd Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 

and Derby Regt.) (W.) 



TRINITY COLLEGE 371 

BROWN, H. C. B. Capt., Worcestershire Regt.(T.F.) and 1911 

Gen. Staff. (W.) 
BROWN, H. G. Capt., London Regt. (Finsbury Rifles). 1894 

(W.) 

BROWN, J. L. C. Capt., R.G.A. (W.) 1907 

BROWN, J. T. Trooper, Scottish Horse 1903 

BROWN, Rev. R. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1880 

BROWN, Rev. T. B. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) 1902 
BROWN, W.E.L. Lieut., Cheshire Regt. ;empld. Ministry 1912 

of Labour. (W 2.) M.C. M. 
BROWN DOUGLAS, F. C. Lieut., Rifle Brigade; Capt. (A.), 1912 

R.A.F. 
^BROWNE, C. P. Capt., Corps of Guides, Indian Army 1905 

Killed in action n April 1915 
^BROWNE, M. B. 2nd Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1894 

and Derby Regt., T.F.) 

Died 30 April 1916 of wounds received in the Irish re- 
bellion 

BROWNE, M. G. Capt., E. Lanes. Regt. (W 3.) (P.) 1907 
BROWNE, O. L. Lieut., Cheshire Regt.(T.F.); Major, 1913 

M.G.C. (W.) M. 

BROWNING, Rev. P. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1901 

BRUCE CLARKE, W. R. Capt., London Regt. (London 1906 

Scottish); Capt. (T.), R.A.F. M.B.E. M 2. 
^BRUDENELL-BRUCE, J. E. J. Lieut., Northamptonshire 1897 

Yeo. 

Died ii April 1917 of wounds received in action 
BRUNT, D. Capt., R.E. (Meteorological Section); attd. 1908 

R.A.F. M. 
^BRUNTON, E. H. P. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1907 

Killed in action 8 Oct. 1915 

BRUNWIN, A. D. Hon. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1897 

BRUTTON, H. L. Capt., Worcestershire Yeo.; attd. Wor- 1899 

cestershire Regt. 

BRYCE, W. T. P. Lieut., R.G.A. M. 1910 

^BUCHANAN, A. N. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1903 

Died 14 Oct. 1918 of pneumonia 

BUCHANAN, B. R. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps 1914 

BUCHANAN, J. N. Capt., Grenadier Gds.; Brigade Major. 1905 

D.S.O. M.C. M. 

BUCKLAND, D. H. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps. M. 1914 
i<BucKLAND, T. A. Lieut., Norfolk Regt. M. 1911 

Died 1 8 Oct. 1915 of wounds received in action 13 Oct. 

19*5 

242 



372 TRINITY COLLEGE 

BUCKLE, G. W. Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt. ; Capt., 1904 

Army Cyclist Corps. M 2. 

BUCKLEY, J. P. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1901 

BUCKLEY, R. M. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps; 1913 

Major, R.E. M.C. 

BUCKMASTER, W. S. Service Sanitaire, French Army 1891 
BUCKSTON, G. M. Capt., Derbyshire Yeo. 
BUDENBERG, C. F. Capt., R.E.(T.F.) M.C. 
^BUDENBERG, D. H. Capt., Manchester Regt. 

Killed in action near Voormezeele 25 April 1918 
BUDGETT, H. M. Lieut., Spec. List 
BULL, H. Capt., R.G.A. M.C. 

BULLER, M. L. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps. M.C. 
^BULLIVANT, R. P. Capt., London Yeo. (Middlesex Hus- 
sars). (W.) M.C. 

Killed in action 24 Sept. 1918 
BULLOCK, C. LL. Capt., Rifle Brigade ; Capt. (A.), R.A.F. ; 

Major, S.O. 2, Air Ministry. (W.) O.B.E. M. 
BULLOCK, H. M. Capt., Scots Gds.; A.D.C. (W.) 

M.B.E. Chevalier, Legion of Honour (France) 
BULLOUGH, E. Lieut., R.N.V.R., empld. Admiralty 
BULSTRODE, C. V. Major, R.F.A. (T.F.); Lieut.-Col., 

R.A.M.C. D.S.O. M. 
BUNBURY, C. H. N. Lieut., Wiltshire Yeo. and Cold- 1905 

stream Gds. 
BUNBURY, Hon. T. L. McC. See MCCLINTOCK BUNBURY, 

Hon. T. L. 

BURBIDGE, P. W. Sergt.-Major, N. Zealand Force 1913 

BURCHELL, J. M. Capt., London Regt. (Q.V.R.); Staff 1904 

Capt. (W.) O.B.E. M. 

BURDER, G. E. L. Lieut., R.G.A. (W 2.) 1904 

BURDETT, Sir F., Bart. Capt., iyth Lancers (R. of O.); 1888 

Brigade Major 
BURGES, W. E. P. Hon. Colonel, Gloucestershire Regt.; 1879 

Lieut.-Col., Spec. List, empld. Ministry of National 

Service. O.B.E. m. 
BURGESS, O. I. 2nd Lieut., Monmouthshire Regt.; 1912 

Capt., R.E. (Sound-ranging Section). M. 
BURGOYNE, L. S. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps. M. 1910 
BURN, Rev. A. E. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1882 

BURN, J. S. Hon. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1903 

BURN-MURDOCH, A. Lieut., R. Scots(T.F.) 1905 

BURN-MURDOCH, H. Major, Cameron Hdrs. (R. of O.) 1899 

and Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 373 

G. Lieut., London Regt. (R. Fus.) 1913 

Died 23 Oct. 1916 of wounds received in action 
BURNABY, Rev. H. B. F. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 1896 
BURNABY, J. Capt., London Regt. (R. Fus.) (W.) 1910 

^BURNAND, C. F. 2nd Lieut., Grenadier Gds. 1910 

Killed in action n March 1915 
BURNETT, A. E. Major, King's Own Scottish Borderers. 1900 

(W.) O.B.E. 

BURNS, J. W. Major, Res. Regt. of Cavalry 1881 

BURRELL, L. S. T. Major, R.A.M.C. 1901 

*BURRELL, R. F. T. 2nd Lieut., Queen's Own (R.W. 1908 

Kent Regt.) 

Killed in action 26 Sept. 1915 
BURROUGHES, H. N. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1896 

D.S.O. M2. French Medaille des Epidemics 
BURTON, B. L. E. Capt., R.A.S.C. ; Major, D.A.D. Trans- 1909 

port. M. 

BURTON, M. G. W. Capt., R.A.S.C. (Canteens) 1912 

BURY, J. Lieut., i yth Lancers; A.D.C. [-tQH] 

BURY, L. E. Colonel, R.E. C.B.E. O.B.E. M 2. 1901 

BURY, R. F. Capt., Essex Regt.; Major, Gen. List 1895 

(D.A.A.G.) (W.) M. 

BUSHBY, H. N. G. Capt., R. Defence Corps 1882 

^BUTCHER, W. G. D. Capt., London Regt. (L.R.B.) 1910 

Killed in action at Glencorse Wood 16 Aug. 1917 
BUTLER, Rev. A. J. A. Capt., Leicestershire Regt. J ^94 

^BUTLER, G. K. M. Lieut., Scottish Horse. (W.) 1910 

Died in Egypt 17 July 1916 
BUTLER, H. C. 2nd Lieut., R. Inniskilling Fus.; Lieut., 1910 

R.E. (W.) M.C. 

BUTLER, H. G. ST P. Lieut., R.G.A. 1916 

BUTLER, J. R. M. Capt. and Adjt., Scottish Horse; 1907 

Major, G.S.O. 2 (Intelligence). O.B.E. M 2. 
BUTLER, N. M. 2nd Lieut., Scottish Horse and House- 1912 

hold Bn.; Capt., Gen. Staff (Intelligence) 
BUTLER, R. L. G. Capt., Spec. List ; Town Major, Ypres. 1902 

(W.) 

SUTLER, W. M. Major, R.E.(T.F.) 1901 

BUTLER- STONEY, C. K. Major, Hampshire Aircraft Parks 1896 

(T.F. Res.); Hon. Major, R.A.F. m. 

Sir H. G. T., Bart. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt. 1911 

M. 

Killed in action 16 Sept. 1916 

1 Died on service after the armistice. 



374 TRINITY COLLEGE 

BUTT, G. M. Capt., R.A.S.C. 

BUXTON, ANTHONY. Major, Essex Yeo. (W.) D.S.O. 

M 2. 

BUXTON, Rev. ARTHUR. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. i< 

BUXTON, ABBOT R. Major, Norfolk Yeo.(T.F. Res.) i! 

^BUXTON, ANDREW R. Capt., Rifle Brigade 

Killed in action 7 June 1917 
BUXTON, B. G. Capt., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding i< 

Regt., T.F.) (W.) M.C.andBar 
BUXTON, C. E. V. Major, R.F.A.; A.D.C.; G.S.O. 3; u 

Cmdt., Trench Mortar School. M.C. M 4. 
BUXTON, E. N. Capt., R.H.A.(T.F.) M.C. M. i< 

BUXTON, G. C. Capt., Coldstream Gds.; Major, King's i< 

African Rifles 

BUXTON, H. F. Capt., Suffolk Regt.(T.F.) il 

BUXTON, H. G. Capt., Norfolk Regt. i! 

BUXTON, I. Major, Norfolk Yeo. ; Brigade Major. (W.) 

D.S.O. MT>. 
BUXTON, L. G., M.V.O. Major, R.A. (R. of O.); D.A.A. 

and Q.M.G. M.C. M. Chevalier, Legion of Honour 

(France) 

BUXTON, M. B. Capt., Norfolk Regt.(T.F.) (W.) M.C. 
BUXTON, P. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
BUXTON, R. G. Capt., Norfolk Yeo. 
BUXTON, T.F. Lieut., Essex Yeo.; A.D.C. M. 
BYRNE, L. W. Hon. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. 



CADBURY, E. Major (A. and S.), R.A.F. D.S.C, 1912 

D.F.C. 
CADMAN, P. S. Major, E. Riding of Yorkshire Yeo.(T.F. 1890 

Res.) 

CALDWELL SMITH, E. L. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1910 

CALEDON, Earl of. Capt., ist Life Gds. and M.G.C. 1905 

(W.) 
CALLINGHAM,L.F. Lieut., R.N.V.R.(Hood Bn., R.N.D.) 1906 

(W.) 
CALVERLEY, E. L. Major, Essex Regt.(T.F. Res.) and 1883 

Hampshire Regt. ; Staff Capt. O.B.E. M 2. 
CALVERT, H. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.(T.F. Res.) 1895 
CALVERT, H. H. Lieut.-Col., Gloucestershire Yeo.(T.F. 1878 

Res.) 

CALVERT, W. J. R. Capt., Harrow School O.T.C. 1904 

CAMDEN, Marquis. Major, W. Kent Yeo.(T.F. Res.) 1892 



TRINITY COLLEGE 375 



CAMPBELL, A. D. Lieut., Qth Lancers 

CAMPBELL, A. D. P. Lieut., Denbigh Yeo. and Remount 1899 

Service 
CAMPBELL, A. Y. G., C.I.E. Major, S. Provinces Mtd. 1891 

Rifles, Indian Defence Force. C.B.E. M. 
CAMPBELL, D. S. Capt., W. Kent Yeo. and The Buffs 1910 

(E. Kent Regt., T.F.) M.C. 

CAMPBELL, E. M. Lieut., R. Scots(T.F. Res.) 1909 

CAMPBELL, E. R. Capt., R. Sussex Regt.(T.F.) and Egyp- 1906 

tian Camel Corps. (W.) M. Order of the Nile, 

4th Class (Egypt) 
^CAMPBELL, I. M. Lieut., Sussex Yeo.; attd. R. Sussex [1914] 

Regt. 

Died 4 April 1918 of wounds received in action 
CAMPBELL, Hon. I. M. Major, Lovat's Scouts; Lieut.- 1902 

Col., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. D.S.O. M. 
^CAMPBELL, J. A. Lieut., 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons 1897 

Died in Germany 2 Dec. 1917 of wounds received in 

action 
CAMPBELL, K. A. Lieut., Grenadier Gds. (W2.) D.S.O. 1911 

M. 
CAMPBELL, R. C. Lieut., Somerset L.I.; Capt. (Ad.), 1914 

R.A.F. 
CAMPBELL, Sir W., C.B., D.S.O. Major-Gen.; D.Q.M.G. 1882 

K.C.B. K.C.M.G. .Mil. Commander, Legion of 

Honour (France). Order of the White Eagle, 2nd Class, 

with swords (Serbia). Grand Commander, Order of the 

Redeemer (Greece). Order of the Nile, 2nd Class 

(Egypt). Order of El Nahda, 2nd Class (Hedjaz) 
CAMPBELL, W. G. Lieut., Sussex Yeo.; attd. R. Sussex 1910 

Regt. 
CAMPBELL-DOUGLAS, Rev. Hon. L. C. H. C.F. 4th Class, 1899 

R.A.C.D. 
^CAMPBELL- JOHNSTON, P. S. Lieut., R.F.A.; A.D.C. (W.) 1913 

M.C. Belgian Croix de Guerre 

Died 30 Aug. 1919 of wounds received in action 21 May 

1918 

CAMPLING, Rev. W. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

CANTRELL-HUBBERSTY, G. A. J. Major, S. Notts. Hussars 1900 

andM.G.C. (W.) D.S.O. M. 

CAPPEL, N. L. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1904 

CAPSTICK, J. W. Service Sanitaire, French Army 1888 

CAREW, P. G. Capt., R. North Devon Yeo. and Remount 1912 

Service. (W.) 



376 TRINITY COLLEGE 



E. H. H. Capt., Hertfordshire Yeo. ; attd. Hert- 1899 

fordshire Regt. 

Killed in action 22 March 1918 
CARLISLE, J. C. D. Capt., London Regt. (Civil Service 1906 

Rifles); Major, G.S.O. 2. D.S.O. M.C. M 3. 
CARMICHAEL, A. D. Major, Lovat's Scouts and Black 1897 

Watch. M. 

CARR, A. L. Lieut., R.E. M. 1911 

CARR, C. T. Capt., Wiltshire Regt.(T.F.); Major, 1897 

D.A.A.G. M. 
CARR-ELLISON, H. G. C. Capt., Northumberland Yeo.; 1893 

attd. 2ist Lancers 

CARROLL, H. E. Lieut., R.E. (Fortress, T.F.) 1902 

CARSON, T. Major, R. Irish Regt. 1884 

CARTER, C. N. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1911 

CARTER, W. E. Lieut., R.G.A. ; Draft Conducting Officer 1904 
CARUS-WILSON, C. C. Capt., R.M.A. M.C. 1911 

CARUS-WILSON, E. Capt., R.E. (Signals). M.C. M 2. 1908 
CARVER, G. A. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) M. 1906 

^CARVER, O. A. Capt., R.E.(T.F.) 1905 

Died 7 June 1915 of wounds received in action in 

GalUpoli 
CASEY, R. G. Major, Gen. List, Australian Force; 1910 

G.S.O. 2. D.S.O. M.C. M*. 
CASSILLIS, Earl of. Major, R. Scots Fus. and Gen. Staff 1890 

(Town Major of Bailleul). M. 

CASTELLAIN, J. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1894 

CASTELLAN, V. E. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) O.B.E. T.D. 1891 

M. 
^CASTLE, T. R. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); 2nd Lieut., 1901 

The Queen's (R. W. Surrey Regt.) 

Killed in action 31 Aug. 1916 

CASTLE, W. F. R. Surgeon Lieut., R.N.V.R. D.S.C. 1910 
CASTLEMAN, E. W. F. Major, Dorset Yeo. (W.) 1889 

CASTLEROSSE, Viscount. Capt., Irish Gds.; G.S.O. 3; 1909 

empld. Ministry of Information. (W.) 

CATOR, C. G. L. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1891 

CATTERALL, E. C. 2nd Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt.; Lieut., 1913 

M.G.C. (W.) 

CAVE, C. J. P. Capt., R.E. (Meteorological Section), m. 1889 

CAVE, L. C. H. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1914 

CAVENDISH, A. E.J. Colonel, A.A.G.;Brig.-Gen. C.M.G. 1877 

^CAVENDISH, Lord J. S., D.S.O. Major, ist Life Gds. 1893 

Killed in action 20 Oct. 1914 



TRINITY COLLEGE 377 

CAVENDISH, Lord R. F. Hon. Colonel, King's Own 1889 

(R. Lancaster Regt., T.F.) C.B. C.M.G. M. 
^CAY, A. J. Lieut., Worcestershire Yeo. 1898 

Killed in action 23 April 1916 
CAYLEY, B.C. Capt., King's Own Scottish Borderers; [1914] 

Major, M.G.C. 

CAZALET, C. H. L., D.S.O. Major, Spec. List 1887 

*CAZALET, E. 2nd Lieut., The Buffs. (E. Kent Regt.) and 1913 

Welsh Gds. 

Killed in action 10 Sept. 1916 

CECIL, A. W. J. Capt., Grenadier Gds. 1895 

CECIL, R. E. Major, 2ist Lancers; Lieut. -Col., G.S.O. i. 1897 

D.S.O. M. 

CHADWICK, H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1910 

CHADWICK, J. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1914 

CHADWICK, J. F. Capt., R.E. (Signals). M.C. M 2. 1908 

^CHADWICK, J. H. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Lieut.- 1907 

Col., Manchester Regt. D.S.O. 

Killed in action 4 May 1917 

CHALLINOR, J. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1913 

CHALLINOR,W.F. Hon.Lieut.-Col.,R.F.A. D.S.O. M. 1900 
CHALMERS, I. P. H. Capt., Seaforth Hdrs. (W 2.) 1906 

CHALONER, T. W. P. L. Capt., Yorkshire Regt.fT.F.); 1908 

Capt. (A.), R.A.F. (P.) 
^CHAMBERLAIN, E. D. 2nd Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 1912 

Killed in action 30 Nov. 1917 
CHAMBERLAIN, W. B. Lieut., Worcestershire Yeo. (W.) 1901 

(P.) M.C. 

CHAMBERS, B. F. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1905 

CHAMBERS, C.E.,v.D. Bt. Colonel, R.F.A.(T.F. Res.) m. 1881 
CHAMBERS, W. F. A. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps. 1913 

(W2.) 

^CHANCE, E. S. Capt., R. Welsh Fus.; Lieut.-Col., 2nd 1900 

Dragoon Gds. (Queen's Bays); D.A.A. and Q.M.G. 

(W.) Brevet Major. M 2. 

Killed in action 29 May 1918 

CHANCE, R. C. 2nd Lieut., Spec. List 1901 

CHANCE, R. J. F. Capt. and Adjt., 4th Dragoon Gds.; 1912 

Capt., Rifle Brigade. (W 2.) M.C. M 2. 
CHANDLESS, C. T. C. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1906 

CHANNELL, H. M. T. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1905 

CHAPLIN, Rev. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1895 

CHAPMAN, A. E. Lieut., Gen. List (T.F. Res.); Capt., 1904 

Spec. List, empld. Ministry of National Service 



378 TRINITY COLLEGE 

CHAPMAN, T. M. G. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1909 

^CHAPMAN, W. H. Capt., Yorkshire Regt. 1898 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 7 Aug. 1915 
^CHARLES, J. A. M. 2nd Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) 1908 

Died 10 Feb. 1915 of wounds received in action 23 Oct. 

1914 
CHARLES, L. B. Lieut., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey Regt., 1913 

T.F.); Staff Capt. (W.) M.C. M. 
CHART, H. J. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.); empld. Ministry of 1889 

Munitions, m. 
CHEALES, R. D. Major, E. Lanes. Regt.; Lieut.-CoL, 1888 

R. Scots and Gen. List. (W.) O.B.E. M 2. 
CHENEVIX-TRENCH, A. S. Major, R.E. (W.) M.C. M. 1905 
CHEPMELL, C. H. Major, R.G.A. (R. of O.) 1883 

CHESTER, R. C. Cadet, O.C.B. (Household Bde.) 1914 

CHEVASSUT, F. G. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1909 

CHEYNE, W. H. W. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1907 

CHICHESTER, A. O'N. C. Capt. Surrey Yeo.; Major, The 1908 

Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) (W.) M.C. 
CHICHESTER, Earl of. Major, R. Sussex Regt.(T.F.); 1899 

Lieut.-Col., A.A.G., War Office. O.B.E. Brevet 

Lieut. -Colonel. Brevet Major, m. 
^CHICHESTER, W. G. C. Lieut., London Regt. (R. Fus.) 1911 

Killed in action 15 Sept. 1916 
CHIDSON,L.H. Lieut., E. Surrey Regt.; Major, M.G.C. [1914] 

M.B.E. M 3 . 

CHILD, J. F. 2nd Lieut., Northumberland Fus. 1898 

CHILDERS, R. E. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R.; Major, S.O. 2, 1889 

R.A.F. D.S.C. M. 

CHISHOLM, C. J. Major, 9th Lancers. (W 2.) M. 1911 

CHITTOCK, C. Lieut., Felsted School O.T.C. 1901 

CHRISTIE, J. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W.) 1902 

M.C. M. 
CHRISTIE, L. D. Capt., R. Sussex Regt. ; attd. Gen. Staff 1909 

(Intelligence) 

CHURCHILL, A. Lieut., R.N.V.R. (Armoured Car Section) 1903 
^CHURCHILL, W. M. Major, i2th Cavalry, Indian Army. 1901 

(W.) M. Order of St Anne, yd Class (Russia) 

Died 4 Nov. 1918 of pneumonia 

CLARK, A. S. Major, S. and T. Corps, Indian Army 1897 

CLARK, E. D. Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. (W.) 1906 

*CLARK, E. F. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.); attd. [1914] 

R.F.C. (W.) 

Killed in action i Jan. 1917 



TRINITY COLLEGE 379 

CLARK, E. K., T.D. Lieut.-CoL, W. Yorks. Regt. (T.F. 1885 

Res.) 
CLARK, H. D. Capt., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs.(T.F.) 1906 

and M.G.C.; attd. Inland Water Transport. (W.) 

CLARK, J. H. M. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1910 

CLARK, S. B. Pioneer, R.E. (Signals) 1896 

CLARK, S. H. Major, Worcestershire Regt.(T.F.) 1886 

^CLARK-KENNEDY, A. K. Capt., King's Own Scottish 1902 

Borderers (T.F.) 

Killed in action 19 April 1917 

CLARKE, C. S., V.D. Lieut.-CoL, R. Sussex Regt .(T.F ) 1892 
CLARKE, E. J. Major, W. Yorks. Regt. and Army Cyclist 1897 

Corps. M 2. French Croix de Guerre 
CLARKE, E. S. 2nd Lieut., R. Sussex Regt.(T.F.) ; Lieut., 1912 

Scots Gds. (W.) M. 

CLARKE, H. A. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1914 

CLARKE, H. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1894 

CLARKE, J. H. P.O., R.N.V.R. (R.N.D.); Capt., R.E. 1909 

(Field Survey Coy.) 

CLARKE, S. Lieut., Hampshire Regt. 1911 

CLARKSON, W. B. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Major, 1909 

R.G.A. D.S.O. M. 
CLAY, B. A. Lieut., Res. Regt. of Cavalry; Capt., S.0. 3, 1904 

R.A.F. m. 

CLAY, F. H. Lieut., N. Somerset Yeo. and R.A.S.C. 1895 
CLAY, J. H. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1902 

CLAYTON, F. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M2. 1900 

CLEGG, J. A. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I., T.F.); 1905 

Capt., D. A. D. Labour 
CLEGHORN, W. A. Pte., R.A.M.C. ; 2nd Lieut., Scottish 1913 

Horse 
CLIFTON, E. N. Capt., Coldstream Gds.; Major (A.), 1909 

R.A.F. (W.) 
^CLIFTON, H. E. 2nd Lieut., Devon Regt. (W.) M.C. 1910 

Died 4 Oct. 1916 of wounds received in action 23 Sept. 

1916 
*CLISSOLD, H. Major, R.E.(T.F.) (W.) D.S.O. M2. 1889 

Killed in action 28 Sept. 1917 
*CLOSE-BROOKS, A. B. Capt., Manchester Regt. M.C. M. 1903 

Died 10 Jan. 1917 of wounds received in action 
*CLOSE-BROOKS, J. C. Lieut., Life Gds. 1895 

Killed in action 30 Oct. 1914 
*CLOUGH, A. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. [1914] 

Killed in action i July 1916 



380 TRINITY COLLEGE 

GLUTTON, B. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. (W.) m. 1902 

COBBOLD, C. J. F. Lieut.-CoL, Suffolk Regt. (Cyclist 1000 

Bn., T.F.) M. m. 
COBBOLD, G. F. Major, York and Lancaster Regt. (W.) 1903 

M.C. 

COBBOLD, P. W. Capt., Suffolk Regt. 1893 

COCHRANE, A. C. Major, R.A.S.C. 1894 

COCHRANE, A. K. O. Capt., Yorkshire Regt. ; Hon. Capt. 1000 

(A.). R.A.F. 
COCHRANE, G. D. Lieut., Yorkshire Regt.; empld. W. 1904 

African Frontier Force 

COCK, T. A. Capt., RA.S.C. 1896 

COCKBURN, A. F. Capt., R.E. (Fortress, T.F.) M. 1909 

*COCKERELL, S. P. 2nd Lieut., R.F.C. 1898 

Died at Ismailia 20 March 1915 of smallpox 
^CocKS, W. F. Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. 1911 

Died 9 April 1917 of wounds received in action 
COCKSHOTT, F. G. Pte., Saskatchewan Regt., Canadian 1899 

Force. (W.) 
COGGIN, H. F. F. Pte., H.A.C.; Lieut., R. Berkshire 1902 

Regt. (W.) 

COHEN, C. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1913 

COHEN, D. H. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1898 

Derby Regt.) and Gen. List, empld. Ministry of 

Munitions. (W.) 
COHEN, W. S. Lieut., Hertfordshire Yeo. ; Capt., Labour 1890 

Corps . M. Order of the Redeemer, 5 th Class (Greece) . 

Greek Medal for Military Merit 

COKE, Hon. RICHARD. Major, Scots Gds. (W2.) 1895 

COLEMAN, C. J. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F. Res.) 1893 

COLEMAN, P. G. Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) and Welsh 1914 

Gds. (W.) D.S.O. M. 

COLES, E. J. Major, R.A.O.C. 1906 

COLLET, G. G. Lieut.-CoL, R.A.M.C. 1901 

COLLETT, R. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Service, 1905 

T.F.) 
COLLIER-JOHNSTONE, N. S. Lieut., 5th Dragoon Gds. 1910 

Chevalier, Ordre de la Couronne (Belgium). Belgian 

Croix de Guerre 

COLLINGWOOD, E. F. Midshipman, R.N. 1918 

COLLINS, B. K. T. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1906 

COLLINS, D. C. Lieut., Ruahine Regt., N. Zealand Force 1907 
COLLINS, R. F. Capt., R. Fusiliers. (W.) D.S.O. M.C. 1909 

M2. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 381 

COLLINSON, J. W. Major (T.), R.A.F. 1903 

COLMAN, J. Capt. and Adjt., London Regt. (Surrey 1905 

Rifles), m. 

COLQUHOUN, G. R. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1907 

COLTHURST, G. O. Capt., S. Irish Horse; A.D.C. 1901 

French Croix de Guerre 

COLTHURST, R. ST J. J. Capt., London Regt. (L.R.B.) 1906 
COLTMAN,W. H. Major, Gordon Hdrs.(T.F.) (W.) 1882 

T.D. m. 
COLVILLE, D. J. Capt., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles, 1912 

T.F.) (W 3 .) 

COLVILLE, Hon. J. G. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1910 

COLVILLE, T. R. Capt., D. of Cornwall's L.I.; empld. 1901 

Egyptian Army. M . 
COLVIN, C. H., D.S.O. Hon. Colonel, Essex Regt. and 1877 

Spec. List (Cmdt., P. of W. Camp). C.B. m. 
COLVIN, R. B., C.B., T.D. Colonel, Spec. List ; Brig.-Gen. 1874 

m2. 

CONOLLY, C. G. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1896 

COODE,A. P. Major, D. of Cornwall's L.I.(T.F.) M. 1890 

*CooK, F. R. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. and R.F.C. (W.) 1915 

Killed in flying accident 22 Feb. 1918 

COOKE, A. Major, R.A.M.C. (ist E. Gen. Hospital, T.F.) 1898 
CooKE-HuRLE, J. See HURLE, J. C. 

COOPER, J. G. Capt , R.A.M.C. 1893 

COOPER, P. H. Lieut., R. Fusiliers; Capt., M.G.C. 1897 

COOPER, W. G. D. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1896 

COPE, T. G. Capt., R. Fusiliers; Lieut.-Col., The Buffs 1902 

(E. Kent Regt.); Brig.-Gen. (W 2.) CM.G. 

D.S.O. and Bar. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. Brevet Major. 

M 4. Chevalier, Legion of Honour (France). 
COPELAND, W. B. Capt., N. Staffs. Regt.; empld. Min- 1909 

istry of Munitions. (W.) M. 
COPLAND GRIFFITHS, F. A. V. Lieut., Welsh Gds. ; Capt., 1912 

O.C.B. (W.) M.C. M. m 
CORBIN, J. L. Lieut., Northamptonshire Yeo. and Gen. 1901 

Staff 

CORNFORD, F. M. Capt., Gen. List (School of Musketry) 1893 
^CORNISH, C. L. Lieut., Highland L.I. 1905 

Killed in action 13 Nov. 1914 

CORNISH, H. D. Lieut., R.G.A. 1897 

CORNWALL, J. W. Lieut.-Col., I.M.S. 1888 

CORRIE, O. C. K. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.); Capt., Spec. 1901 

List(T.M.B.) M.C. M. 



382 TRINITY COLLEGE 

CORRY, F. R. H. L. See LOWRY-CORRY, F. R. H. 
CORRY, J. P. I. M. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. ion 

CORRY, W. M. F. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) M.C. 1912 

CORSER, E. E. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) (W.) [1914] 
COTTERILL, G. H. Major, Lanes. Fus. 1896 

COTTERILL, H. E. Major, Gen. List (T.F. Res.); Draft 1886 

Conducting Officer 

COTTERILL, L. Major, R.A.M.C. 1889 

COTTON, B. Major, King's (Shropshire L.I.) and Gen. 1880 

List (Cmdt., Detention Barracks) 
COUPER, J. D. C. Lieut.-Col., R.E. ; Colonel, D.D. Docks. 1894 

C.B.E. Mz. 

COURTAULD, L. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) (W.) m. 1895 

COUTTS, H. A. T. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1912 

COVENTON, A. W. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. French Medailh 1897 

des Epidemics 

COWELL, W. J. R. See ROOKE-COWELL, W. J. 
COWIE, H. C. Capt., R.E. (W.) 1905 

COWLEY, J. N. Capt. and Adjt., R.H.A. M. 1904 

*COWPER, G. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1908 

Died 3 Oct. 1918 of wounds received in action 
*Cox, D. P. 2nd Lieut., R.F.C. [1914] 

Killed in action 21 Aug. 1917 
Cox, W. A.M. Lieut., Black Watch; Lieut. (A. and [1914] 

Ad.), R.A.F. (W.) 
COXON, A. W. Major, Army Pay Dept.; Staff Pay- 1890 

master. O.B.E. m. 
CRACKANTHORPE, O. M. Capt., R. Scots and Border Regt. 1894 

M. 

CRADOCK, N. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1900 

CRANE, L. F. N. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. and Gen. 1898 

List. O.B.E. M. m. 
CRANMERBYNG,L.A. Capt., Gen. List (T.F. Res.); Cmdt., 1891 

P. of W. Camp 
CRANWORTH, Lord. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Yeo.; Capt., 1896 

R.F.A. (R. of O.) M.C. Mz. French Croix de 

Guerre 
CRAWFORD, D. Sqdn. Sergt. -Major, K. Edward's Horse; 1909 

Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 

CRAWFORD, K. A. Lieut., R.G.A. 1916 

CRAWHALL, Rev. T. E. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1886 

D.S.O. T.D. Mz. 
^CRAWLEY, E. Major, i2th Lancers. M. 1886 

Killed in action 2 Nov. 1914 



TRINITY COLLEGE 383 

CRAWSHAY, J. W. L. 2nd Lieut., Scottish Horse; Capt., [1914] 

Welsh Gds. M.C. 

CREED, P. R. Capt., Rifle Brigade and Gen. List 1892 

*CREWDSON, T. W. Capt., Manchester Regt. ; A.D.C. 1914 

Died 6 Nov. 1916 of wounds received in action 28 Oct. 

1916 

CREWDSON, W. D. Lieut.-Col., Border Regt. 1898 

CRIPPS, W. L. Surgeon, R.N. 1896 

^CRISPIN, H. T. Lieut.-Col., Northumberland Fus. and 1887 

R. Sussex Regt. M. 

Killed in action 30 Oct. 1914 
CROCKER, J. A. Capt., London Yeo. (Sharpshooters); 1893 

Capt. and Adjt., Tank Corps 
^CROFT, J. A. C. 2nd Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt.; 1907 

attd. D. of Wellington's (W. Riding Regt.) 

Killed in action at Hill 60 1 8 April 1915 
^CROPPER, JOHN. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1883 

Drowned on H.M.S. Britannic 21 Nov. 1916 
CROPPER, J. W. Major, Westmorland and Cumberland 1898 

Yeo. (T.F. Res.); empld. War pffice 

CROSS, E. K. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade. (W.) 1916 

^CROSSLEY, B. Lieut., Highland L.I. M. 1904 

Killed in action 18 May 1915 

CROSSLEY, E. Major, nth Hussars. O.B.E. m. 1897 

CROW, C. A. Capt. (T.), R,A.F. (Aircraft Production 1914 

Dept.) 

CROWDER, W. I. R. Capt., Border Regt.(T.F.) m. 1904 

^CROWE, H. B. Lieut., R. Fusiliers 1912 

Drowned on H.M. transport off Gallipoli 28 Oct. 1915 
CUNDELL, J. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1900 

CUNLIFFE, N. Capt., Spec. List (Inspection Staff, Wool- 1908 

wich Arsenal). M.B.E. m. 

CUNNINGHAM, A. J. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1901 

CUNNINGHAM, Rev. B. K. "C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1889 

O.B.E. M. 
^CUNNINGHAM, J. M. Capt., Suffolk Regt. 1897 

Died 28 March 1918 of wounds received in action 
^CUNNINGHAM, J. S. Sergt., R. Highlanders, Canadian 1904 

Force 

Killed in action 31 Oct. 1916 
CUNNINGHAM, T. E. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt., 1905 

T.F.) 
CUNNINGHAM, W. A. Capt., R. Welsh Fus.; attd. The 1901 

Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) (W.) 



384 TRINITY COLLEGE 



, R. F. I. Lce.-Corpl., R. Fusiliers 1899 

Killed in action 15 July 1916 
CURRY, P. A. Capt., Gen. List, attd. R.E.; Major, Asst. 1902 

Embarkation S.O. O.B.E. M 2. American Dis- 

tinguished Service Medal 
CURTIS, A. R.W. Capt., nth Hussars; attd. R.F.C. (W.) 1908 

M.C. M. 
CURTIS, T. L. C. Capt., Coldstream Gds.; Major, Gds. 1907 

M.G. Regt. 

CURTIS-BENNETT, H. H. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1897 

CUTHBERT, C. A. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 1910 

^DAFFARN, M. and Lieut., N. Rhodesian Police 1906 

Killed in action in Rhodesia 24 April 1915 
DALE, F. R. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. and Welsh Regt. 1902 

D.S.O. M.C. M. 

DALTON, J. O. C. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1917 

DALTON, T. E. Canadian A.M.C. MM. 1892 

DANIELL, H. E. B. Capt., Durham L.I.(T.F.); attd. R.E. 1903 

(W2.) M.C. 

DARBY, W. S. Lieut., R.A.M.C, 1892 

DARLEY, H. R., D.S.O. Major, 4th Dragoon Gds. (R. of 1884 

O.); Staff Capt. O.B.E. mz. 

DARMADY, E. S. Hon. Capt. and Q.M., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1886 
DARNTON, R. E. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. D.F.C. 1913 

DARROCH, A. R. Hon. Capt., Spec. List (Navy and Army 1899 

Canteen Board) 
*DART, H. Pte., Middlesex Regt. (P.S. Bn.); Capt. and 1900 

Adjt., York and Lancaster Regt. 

Died 2 July 1916 of wounds received in action 
DARWIN, B. R. M. Major, R.A.O.C.; D.A.D.O.S. M. 1894 
DARWIN, C. G. Capt., R.E. (Field Survey Bn.); attd. 1906 

R.A.F. M.C. 
^DARWIN, E. 2nd Lieut., Yorkshire Regt.(T.F.) 1901 

Killed in action 25 April 1915 

DARWIN, W. R. Capt., R.E. (W.) 1913 

DAUKES, A. H. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps; Staff 1908 

Capt., War Office. Brevet Major, m. 

DAUN, E. 2nd Lieut., Devon Regt. 1904 

DAVID, W. T. Major, Spec. List, empld. Ministry of 1910 

Munitions, m. 
DAVIDSON, D. F. Lieut.-Col., cmdg. Depot, Cameron 1879 

Hdrs. 
DAVIDSON, L. S. P. Capt., Gordon Hdrs.(T.F.) (W.) 1913 



TRINITY COLLEGE 385 

DAVIDSON, M. G. Capt., Cameron Hdrs. (W.) 1912 

^DAVIDSON, N. R. Lieut.-Col., R.H.A.; G.S.O. (W.) 1897 
D.S.O.andBar. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. M 3. 
Died 5 Oct. 1917 of wounds received in action 
*DAVIES, A. C. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. 1896 

Killed in action 10 Aug. 1915 

DAVIES, Rev. A. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1908 

^DAVIES, G. LL. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps; 1912 
attd. Rifle Brigade. 
Killed in action 15 March 1915 

DAVIES, H. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1897 

DAVIES, H. R. Section Sanitaire, French Army 1881 

DAVIES, L. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1898 

DAVIES, P. LL. See LLEWELYN-DAVIES, P. 
DAVIES, R. A. LL. See LLEWELYN-DAVIES, R. A. 
DAVIES, R. R. Capt. and Adjt., i6th Lancers; A.D.C.; 1910 
Staff Capt. (W.) M. 
',H. 



DAVIES-COLLEY, H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1894 

DAVIES-COLLEY, T. H. Lieut.-Col., Manchester Regt. 1885 

(T.F. Res.) 

DAVIS, J. R. A. Major, Spec. List 1880 

DAVIS, R. G. Lieut., Buckinghamshire Yeo. 1911 

DAVISON, J. F. Capt., Spec. List, empld. Records; Hon. 1901 

Capt. (O.), R.A.F. M.C. 

DAWNAY, C. H. Capt. and Adjt., Yorkshire Regt. M.C. 1910 

DAWSON, J. Capt., R.E. (Fortress, T.F.) M.C. M. 1904 

>!<DAY, M. C. Lieut., i3th Rajputs, Indian Army 1910 

Killed in action in E. Africa 4 Nov. 1914 

DEAKIN, H. V. Surgeon, R.N.; Capt., R.A.M.C. 1907 

DEANE,A.P.W. Pte., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1907 

DEANE,C.H. Major, R.A.O.C. ; D.A.D.O.S. M.C. m. 1902 

DEANE, R. W. Bt. Colonel, Lanes. Fus., empld. Gen. 1878 

Staff. C.B.E. mz. 

DEBENHAM, F. J. Section Sanitaire, French Army 1888 

DE CANDOLLE, R. Major-Gen., Director-General of 1883 

Transportation, Mesopotamia. C.B. M. Grand 

Officer ', Order of the Crown of Roumania 

DE CERJAT, C. S. Lieut., Grenadier Gds. 1913 

DEEPING, G. W. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M. 1895 

DEERHURST, Viscount. Lieut.-Col., Gen. List, T.F. m. 1884 

DE GEIJER, E. N. Lieut., Grenadier Gds. (W 2.) M.C. 1912 

DE GEIJER, W. A. W. G. Capt., Hampshire Regt. 1907 

DEIGHTON, F. M. Lieut., R.F.A.; attd. R.E. (W 2.) 1905 

M.C. 



C. U. W. L. 



386 TRINITY COLLEGE 

*DEIGHTON, J. Capt., R.A.M.C. n 

Died 20 Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 
DE JANASZ, G. K. A. Lieut., R.A.S.C. i< 

DE LA PRYME, Yen. A. G. Pte., N. Rhodesian Rifles, i! 

S. African Force; C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
DE NAVARRO, J. M. United States Army K 

DENIS DE VITRE, D. F. See DE VITRE, D. F. D. 
*DENMAN, R. C. Pte., H.A.C.; Lieut., Grenadier Gds. i< 

Killed in action i Dec. 1917 

DENMAN, R. P. G. Lieut., R.E. (Signals). M. i< 

DENNING, W. F. Capt., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding iJ 

Regt., T.F.); empld. O.C.B. 
^DENNISTOUN, J. R. Lieut., Fort Garry Horse, Canadian i< 

Force; attd. R.F.C. M. 

Killed in action 4 May 1916 
DENT, G. Lieut., 4th (R. Irish) Dragoon Gds.; Major, n 

M.G.C. (Cavalry). M.C. 
DENT, L. M. E. Capt., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. ; Major, n 

G.S.O.2. (W.) D.S.O. M$. Chevalier, Legion 

of Honour (France) 
DENT, R. A. W. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps ; A.D.C. K 

(W.) M. 
DENT, W. E. Lieut., 8th (King's R. Irish) Hussars; i< 

empld. Foreign Office 

DENT-BROCKLEHURST, G. E. Lieut., Warwickshire Yeo. 
DERHAM, J. A. T. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (L.R.B.) 

(W.) (P.) 

D'ERLANGER, H. R. C. A.D.C. ; Lieut., M.G.C. 
DE ROTHSCHILD, A. G. Capt., Buckinghamshire Yeo.; 

empld. War Office. (W.) M. 
<DE ROTHSCHILD, E. A. Major, Buckinghamshire Yeo. M. 

Died ij Nov. 1917 of wounds received in action 
DE ROTHSCHILD, J. E. A. Lieut., R. Canadian Dragoons; 

Major, R. Fusiliers 
DE ROTHSCHILD, L. N. Major, Buckinghamshire Yeo. 

(T.F. Res.); empld. Recruiting Staff. O.B.E. m. 
DESBOROUGH, G. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. 
DE SIBOUR, Vicomte L. Lieut., 94me Regt., French Army. 

(P.) French Medaille Militaire. French Croix de 

Guerre 

DETERDING, H. Lieut., Montgomeryshire Yeo. 
DE TRAFFORD, R. E. F. Capt., Spec. List (G.S.O. 3). 

O.B.E. M2. Chevalier, Order of the Crown of 

Roumania, with swords 



TRINITY COLLEGE 387 

DE VITRE, D. F. D. Capt., Spec. List (Recruiting Staff). 1886 

m. 
DEVONSHIRE, Duke of, K.G. Hon. Colonel, Sherwood 1887 

Foresters (Notts, and Derby Regt., T.F.); Com- 

mander-in-Chief, Dominion of Canada 
DEWAR, M. B. U. Lieut., R.E. (Fortress, T.F.); Major, 1905 

Spec. List, empld. Ministry of Munitions. O.B.E. 

mz. 
DEWHURST, C. Major, Lanes. Hussars ; empld. Navy and 1892 

Army Canteen Board. (W.) 
DEWHURST, C. Sergt., N. Rhodesian Rifles, S. African 1907 

Force 
^DEWHURST, G. C. L. Lieut., Rifle Brigade. (W.) 1910 

Killed in action i July 1916 
DEWHURST, G. P. Hon. Capt., Cheshire Yeo. (T.F. Res.) 1890 

m. 

DE ZOETE, H. W. Capt., Essex Yeo. 1895 

DIAMOND, A. S. Driver, R.H.A. (W.) MM. 1916 

DICK, H. P. Capt., R.G.A.;attd. T.M.B. (W 2.) M 2. 1910 
DICKEY, E. M. O'R. Pte., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey 1911 

Regt.); 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 
DICKINSON, A. H. Capt., Coldstream Gds. (W.) M.C. 1890 

M. 

DICKINSON, G. N. 2nd Lieut., R. Marines 1892 

^DICKINSON, R. S. Capt., London Regt. (Queen's West- 1912 

minster Rifles) 

Killed in action 2 Oct. 1915 

DICKINSON, W. H. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1893 

DICKSON, E. C. S. Lieut., Highland L.I.(T.F.) 1909 

DICKSON, J. W. E. Capt., Seaforth Hdrs. (W 3.) M.C. 1908 
DICKSON, K. B. Lieut.-CoL, R.A.M.C. (W.) " 1906 

DIGGES LA TOUCHE, G. G. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W3.) 1907 
DILL, J. M. GORDON. Capt., 5th (R. Irish) Lancers and 1908 

M.G.C.; empld. O.C.B. (W.) 

DILLON, T. A. Capt., Connaught Rangers. M. 1913 

DINGWALL, C. F. Capt., E. Surrey Regt. ; Major, M.G.C. 1911 

DIXON, E. T. Major, R.F.A. ; empld. Ministry of Muni- 1899 

tions. O.B.E. m. 
DIXON, G. Lieut.-Col., Border Regt.(T.F. Res.) and 1890 

King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.); Courts-Martial 

Officer. T.D. 
DIXON, H. Capt., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding Regt.) ; 1893 

Major, Essex Regt. M 2. 

252 



388 TRINITY COLLEGE 

*DixoN, J. E. B. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt.(T.F.) 1913 

Killed in action i July 1916 

DIXON, O. Capt., Lincolnshire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1901 

DIXSON, H. F. Lieut., yth Hussars; attd. R.E. (Signals) 1910 

DOBBS, F. W. Lieut., Eton College O.T.C. 1895 

*DOBBS, W. C. Capt., Middlesex Regt. ; attd. R. Fusiliers. 1889 

(W2.) 

Killed in action 31 July 1917 

DOBBS, W. E. J. Lieut., I.A.R.O.; Major, D.A.A.G. 1899 

DOBSON, J. F. 2nd Lieut., Bristol Univ. O.T.C. 1894 

DOCKRAY, J. V. 2nd Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 1917 

^DODGSHON, A. J. C. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.) [1914] 

Killed in action 10 Nov. 1917 
^DODGSON, F. Capt., Yorkshire Regt. 1908 

Killed in action 10 July 1916 

DODGSON, P. H. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) M.C. 1910 

DOLL, M. H. C. Lieut., 1 3th Hussars; Staff Capt. (W.) 1907 

M. 
*DON, A. W. R. Lieut., Black Watch 1909 

Died in Macedonia n Sept. 1916 of dysentery 
DON, F. P. Capt., Scottish Horse; Capt. (A.), R.A.F.; 1904 

Major, S.O.2. (W.) (P.) m. 

DONALD, M. H. 2nd Lieut., Border Regt. ; Lieut., R.G.A. 1913 

DONALD, W. G. C. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Regt. 1915 

DONALDSON, E. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1907 

^DONALDSON, Sir H. F., K.C.B. Brig.-Gen., empld. Min- 1877 

istry of Munitions 

Drowned on H.M.S. Hampshire 6 June 1916 
DONALDSON, M. Capt., R.A.M.C. (P.) M. 1902 

^DONALDSON, N. Lieut., R.F.A. M. 1897 

Kitted in action 10 March 1915 
DONALDSON, S. H. M. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps ; 1905 

Capt., Spec. List; Hon. Capt. (Ad.), R.A.F. 
DONNER, J. D. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1906 

DORMAN, Sir A. J. Hon. Major, Yorkshire Regt.(T.F. 1900 

Res.) M. 
DORMAN, B. L. Capt., R.A.O.C. and Spec. List (Staff 1897 

Capt., War Office). O.B.E. m. 
DOUGLAS, F. C. B. See BROWN DOUGLAS, F. C. 
DOUNE, Lord. Capt., Scottish Horse ; Capt. (A.), R.A.F. ; 191 1 

8.0.3. (W.) M.C. 

DOVE, Rev. F. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

G. C. W. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1910 

Killed in action at Hooge 30 July 1915 



TRINITY COLLEGE 389 

DOWSON, E. M. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps 1899 
DRAKE, C. W. T. See TYRWHITT DRAKE, C. W. 

DRAKE, H. R. O. Lieut., R.E. (Signals). M. 1912 

DREW, A. L. Capt., R.A.S.C. m. 1905 

M)REWE, A. Capt., R.G.A. M. 1910 

Killed in action 12 July 1917 

DREWE, C. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1914 

DRINKWATER, R. C. Lieut., Cambridge Univ. O.T.C.; 1912 

empld. O.C.B. 

DROOP, A. H. 2nd Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. and 1899 

Gen. List, empld. Ministry of National Service 

DROOP, C. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1896 

DRUCE, V. P. Lieut.-Col., Bedfordshire Regt.; empld. 1897 

P. of W. Camp 

DRUCE, W. G. Capt., Dorset Yeo. 1891 

DRUMMOND, G. H. Lieut., R.H.A.(T.F.) and Res. Regt. 1901 

ofLifeGds. (W.) 

^DRYSDALE, D. R. Lieut., Dorset Regt. (W.) 1913 

Died 25 Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 

DUBS, C. LA, Capt. and Adjt., Ayrshire Yeo. and R. 1909 

Scots Fus. 

DUCANE, C. G. Lieut.-Col., R.E. O.B.E. M 3. 1897 

DUCKWORTH, A. C. Major, 2nd Dragoons (R. Scots 1889 

Greys, R. of O.) ; D.A.Q.M.G. Brevet Major. M 2. 

DUDFIELD, S. R. O. Capt., R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Service, 1879 

T.F.); empld. War Office. O.B.E. M. 

DUFF, A. G. Lieut., R.A.O.C. 1902 

^DuFF, B. P. 2nd Lieut., Cameron Hdrs. 1911 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

DUFF, D. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. M. 1906 

DUFFIELD, K. L. 2nd Lieut., R. North Devon Yeo.; 1903 

Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt.(T.F.) 

DUFFIELD, W. G. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1901 

DUFFIN, C. G. Major, R.F.A. (W.) M.C. M. 1908 

DUFTON, A. F. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) ; attd. Gen. Staff. 1913 

(W.) 

DUFTON, J. T. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. 1911 

DUKE, D. ST J. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1895 

DUKE, R. E. Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. (P.) 1913 

DUKES, E. H. Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. (W.) 1911 

DUNCAN, Rev. G. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. O.B.E. 1906 

M2. 

DUNCAN-HUGHES, J. G. Capt., R.F.A. M.C. Belgian 1902 
Croix de Guerre 



390 TRINITY COLLEGE 

DUNCANNON, Viscount. See BESSBOROUGH, Earl of 

DUNKELS, E. Lieut., R.A.S.C. M. 

DUNKELS, W. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps and Gen. 1964 

Staff. (W.) 

DUNLOP, J. S. Major, R.A.S.C. M 3. 1896 

DUNNING, G. K. Capt., Hampshire Regt.(T.F.) 1913 

DUNVILLE, J. Lieut.-Col. (K.B.), R.A.F. C.B.E. 1885 

^DUNVILLE, J. S. 2nd Lieut., ist Dragoons [ I 9 I 4] 

IT.. "For most conspicuous bravery. When in charge 
of a party consisting of scouts and Royal Engineers en- 
gaged in the demolition of the enemy's wire, this officer 
displayed great gallantry and disregard of all personal 
danger. In order to ensure the absolute success of the 
work entrusted to him, 2nd Lt. Dunville placed himself 
between an N.C.O. of the Royal Engineers and the 
enemy's fire, and, thus protected, the N.C.O. was enabled 
to complete a work of great importance. 2nd Lt. Dunville, 
although severely wounded, continued to direct his men 
in the wire-cutting and general operations until the raid 
was successfully completed, thereby setting a magnificent 
example of courage, determination and devotion to duty 
to all ranks under his command. This gallant officer has 
since succumbed to his wounds." Supplement to The 
London Gazette, 2 Aug. 1917. 

Died 26 June 1917 of wounds received in action 25 June 

1917 

DUPREE, E. Capt., Hampshire Regt. M. [ I 9 I 4] 

DUPUIS, C. E. Lieut.-Col., R.E. 1882 

DURACK,J. J.E. Lieut. ,I.A.R.O.,attd. 34th Poona Horse; 1900 

Capt., R.E. (attd.) 
DUTHIE, W. L. Capt., R.F.A. (T.F.); empld. Ministry 1911 

of Munitions. (W.) M. 

DYSON, C. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1908 

DYSON, W. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) O.B.E. M. 1895 



A. 2nd Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. 1910 

Killed in action 9 Oct. 1917 

EADEN, J. Lieut., R.F.A. M. 1900 
EADIE, P. Lieut., R.E. (Fortress, T.F.) ; Hon. Lieut. (T.), 1914 

R.A.F. 

EAMES, E. J. H. Capt., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) M2. 1907 

EARLE, L. M. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1900 

EASTERLING, H. G. Air Mechanic, R.A.F. 1906 

EASTON, G. L. E. Major, R.F.A. M.C.andBar 1910 



TRINITY COLLEGE 391 

EASTWOOD, H. E. Major, R.A.O.C. M.C. Chevalier, 1907 

Legion of Honour (France) 
EASTWOOD, J. F. Lieut., Grenadier Gds.; Capt., Spec. 1906 

List (Courts-Martial Officer), m. 
EASTWOOD, N. W. Lieut., 3rd Hussars; attd. Egyptian 1909 

Army. (W.) 
EATON, Hon. F. O. H. Capt., Grenadier Gds.; Major 1913 

(Ad.), R.A.F. D.S.O. M. 

EBDEN, C. H. M. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1899 

ECCLES, W. E. L. Lieut., Res. Regt. of Cavalry and Spec. 1898 

List;A.D.C. M. 

ECXERSLEY, T. L. Lieut., R.E. (Signals) M 2. 1909 

EDDisoN,Rev.F.W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) M. 1894 
EDGE PARTINGTON, Rev. E. F. See PARTINGTON, Rev. 

E. F. E. 
EDWARDS, G. B. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt., T.F.) 1910 

and R.E. (Signals). (P.) M.C. M. 
EDWARDS, H. J., C.B., T.D. Hon. Colonel, Unattd. List, 1888 

T.F.; cmdg. O.C.B. C.B.E. O.B.E. m 3. 
EDWARDS, H. V. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1914 

EDWARDS, L. P. L. See FIRMAN-EDWARDS, L. P. L. 
EDWARDS-MOSS, J. Capt., R.G.A.(T.F.) 1901 

^EGERTON, P. DE M. W. Capt., i9th Hussars 1913 

Killed in action 8 Oct. 1918 
EGGAR, A. T. E. Lieut., R.G.A.; Capt., S.O. 3, R.A.F. 1895 

M. 

EGGAR, J. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. C.B.E. O.B.E. 
*EILOART, H. A. Major, London Regt. (R. Fus.) (W 2.) 

D.S.O. M.C. and Bar. M 3. 

Died June 1920 from the effect of wounds received in 

action 28 May 1918 
ELBORNE, J. 2nd Lieut., Huntingdonshire Cyclist Bn. 1912 

and R.G.A. 

ELIOT, Rev. E. F. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1882 
ELLICE-CLARK, S. T. Capt., Suffolk Regt. and Tank 1905 

Corps; empld. Ministry of Munitions. (W.) 
^ELLICOTT, F. A. J. 2nd Lieut., King's Own Scottish 1911 

Borderers 

Killed in action %July 1916 
^ELLIOT, Hon. G. W. E. Lieut., Scots Gds. [ 1 9 I 4\ 

Died 6 Aug. 1917 of wounds received in action 
ELLIOT, H. W. A. Capt., Wiltshire Regt.(T.F.) 1909 

^ELLIOT, W. E. 2nd Lieut., Dorset Regt. 1912 

Killed in action 26 Sept. 1916 



392 TRINITY COLLEGE 

ELLIOTT, E. C. B. Capt., R.H.A.(T.F.) 1912 

ELLIOTT, G. L. L. Lieut., R.F.A. (W 2.) 1912 

ELLIOTT, T. C. J. Lieut., R.A.O.C. (W.) 1895 

ELLIOTT, T. R. Colonel, A. M.S. C.B.E. D.S.O.M^. 1896 

ELLIS, J.W.H. Capt., Canadian Infy. (W.) (P.) 1897 

ELLIS, Rev. W. F. P. Chaplain, R.N. 1907 

ELLISON, A. J. Capt., York and Lancaster Regt. (W.) 1914 

ELPHICK, H. C. Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt.; Capt., i5th 1912 

Sikhs, Indian Army; attd. 47th and 54th Sikhs 

ELPHINSTONE, K. V. Lieut., W. African Frontier Force 1897 

ELPHINSTONE, L. H. Major, Inns of Court O.T.C. and 1898 

British Honduras Defence Force 

ELVEDEN, Viscount, C.B., C.M.G. Capt., R.N.V.R. 1896 

ELWELL, R. G. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. D.S.C. M. 1895 

EMMETT, R. H. Capt., R.E. (Fortress, T.F.) 1912 

ENGLAND, E. T. Capt., Exeter School O.T.C. 1896 

ENGLAND, F. DE F. Lieut., i6th Lancers 1907 

ESHER, Viscount, G.C.B., G.c.v.o. Colonel, empld. War 1870 

Office 

ESTRIDGE, C. L. Capt., E. Yorks. Regt. (R. of O.); 1896 

Major, Spec. List (Chief Instructor, School of In- 
struction). (W.) D.S.O. MI. 

EVANS, A. G. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1905 

*EVANS, B. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. and R.F.C. M. 1906 

Died 8 April 1917 

EVANS, E. W. Lieut., Welsh Regt. 1902 

EVANS, F. D. Sergt., R. Fusiliers 1896 

EVANS, H. S. Trooper, London Yeo.; Capt., R.A.M.C. 1909 

(W.) 

EVANS, J. H. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. (Ws.) 1899 

EVANS, J. W. D. Capt., 2ist Lancers. (W.) M. 1903 

*EVANS, R. A. Sergt., H.A.C.; 2nd Lieut., W. Yorks. 1909 

Regt. 

Accidentally killed 25 Jan. 1916 

EVANS, R. C. A.B., R.N.V.R. (Anti-Aircraft) 1893 

EVANS, V. L. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1905 

EVANS-LOMBE, E. H. Capt,, R. Defence Corps; Major, 1880 

Labour Corps 

EVERARD, W. L. Lieut., ist Life Gds. and Gds. M.G. Regt. 1908 

EVERY, Sir E. O., Bart. Capt., Norfolk Yeo. ; Major, R.E. 1905 

(Signals). Brevet Major. M. 

*EwiNG, A. H. Capt., E. Yorks. Regt. (W.) M.C. and [1914] 

Bar. M. 

Died 8 Sept. 1918 of wounds received in action 



TRINITY COLLEGE 393 

EXMOUTH, Viscount. Lieut., R.A.F. 1909 

*EZRA, D. Lieut., R.G.A. 1902 
Killed in action 6 Aug. 1918 

FALMOUTH, Viscount. Capt., Coldstream Gds. 1905 

FANE, W. V. R. Colonel, Lincolnshire Regt. Brevet 1886 

Colonel, m. 

FARLEY, C. F. Capt., 4th (R. Irish) Dragoon Gds. M.C. 1911 

FARLEY, R. L. Major (K.B.), R.A.F. (W.) O.B.E. 1909 

^FARMER, H. C. M. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1911 

Killed in action 10 May 1915 

^FARQUHAR, H. B. Capt., London Regt. (Civil Service 1892 

Rifles) 

Killed in action near Vimy Ridge 21 May 1916 

FARRANT, M. Major, R.F.A. 1903 

FARREN, W. S. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. M.B.E. m. 1911 

FARROW, E. P. Lieut., Manchester Regt. 1911 

FAULKNER, R. Capt., S. Lanes. Regt. and Gen. List, 1911 

empld. Ministry of Munitions. M. 

FAWCETT,H.H.J. Lieut.-Col.,R.A.M.C. D.S.O. M. 1897 

FAWCUS, J. G. Pte., R. Defence Corps 1867 

FAWCUS, L. R. Lieut., I.A.R.O. (Cavalry) 1906 

FAWKES, Rev. W. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 1894 

FAYRER, F. D. S. Lieut.-Col., I.M.S. 1888 

FEATHERSTONE, H. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1911 

FEETHAM, Rev. F. G. C.F. 4th Class, RA.C.D. 1905 

FEILDING, Hon. F. E. H. J. Lieut., R.N.V.R. O.B.E. 1887 

Order of the Nile, tfh Class (Egypt). Order of El 

Nahda (Hedjaz) 

^FEILDING, Hon. H. S. Lieut., K. Edward's Horse; 1912 

A.D.C.; Capt., Coldstream Gds. 

Died 9 Oct. 1917 of wounds received in action 

FELTON, L. B. Lieut., Somerset L.I. and Gen. List 1911 

* FENWICK, A. L. Capt., Lincolnshire Regt. (W.) M. 1913 

Killed in action 16 Feb. 1918 

FENWICK, B. A. Capt., E. Surrey Regt. (W.) (P.) m. 1908 

FENWICK, J. C. Lieut., Northumberland Yeo. 1892 

FENWICK, M. C. Capt., Suffolk Regt.(T.F.); attd. Man- 1908 

Chester Regt. 

FERGUSON, C. L. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps ; Capt., 1014 

O.C.B. (W.) 

FERGUSON, D. F. 2nd Lieut., R.M.A. 1907 

^FERGUSON, H. M. Capt., S. Staffs. Regt. 1910 

Killed in action n June 1917 



394 TRINITY COLLEGE 

FERGUSSON, N. M. Lieut., Scots Gds. (W,) 1901 

FERMOR-HESKETH, T. Major, Lanes. Hussars 1904 

FERRERS GUY, A. W. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); 2nd 1891 

Lieut., R.G.A. 
FEWTRELL, A. H. H. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt.; Capt. and 1913 

Adjt., zyth Light Cavalry, Indian Army. (W.) 
FIELD, M. Lieut., United States F.A. 1912 

FILDES, F. L. V. Lieut., Coldstream Gds. ; Major, P. and 1897 

B.T. Staff 

FILDES, G. P. A. Lieut., Coldstream Gds. 
FILDES, P. G. Hon. Surgeon Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. 
WINCH, H. A. I. Pte., 2nd Bn., Canadian Infy.; attd. 

T.M.B. 

Died 28 April 1916 of wounds received in action 
FINNIS, C. R. Lieut., Scots Gds. (W.) Belgian Croix 1891 

de Guerre 

FIRMAN-EDWARDS, L. P. L. Surgeon Lieut., R.N 
*FIRTH, ARNOLD. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 

Killed in action 15 April 1917 
FIRTH, A. C. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
FIRTH, A. M. B. Capt., York and Lancaster Regt. 
FIRTH, L. G. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) 
*FIRTH, R. C. D. Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. 

Died 21 Dec. 1914 
^FISHER, J. W. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 

Derby Regt.) (W 3 .) D.S.O. M. 

Died 8 July 1916 of wounds received in action 
^FlSKE, C. H. 2nd Lieut., 1 1 ith Regt., United States Army 

Killed in action near Fismes (Aisne) 12 Aug. 1918 
FITZGERALD, D. Lieut., Remount Service and Spec. List 
FITZGERALD, E. A. Major, 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons; 

empld. War Office 
FITZGERALD, G. M. Capt., London Yeo. (Sharpshooters) 

andM.G.C. (W.) 

FITZGERALD, J. F. Staff Sergt.-Major, R.A.S.C. 
FITZGERALD, M. P. Capt. and Adjt., R.F.A. (W 2.) M. 
FiTzHERBERT, J. A. Lieut., R.G.A.; Lieut. (O.), R.A.F. 

(W.) M.C. 
FITZPATRICK, E. R. Lieut.-Col., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.; 1896 

Brig.-Gen., D.A.G. C.B.E. D.S.O. Brevet Lieut.- 

Colonel. Brevet Major. M 3. Chevalier, Legion of 

Honour (France) 
FITZWILLIAM, Earl, K.C.V.O., D.S.O. Major, Oxford and 1891 

Bucks. L.I. ; Lieut.-Col., R.H.A.(T.F.) C.B.E. M. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 395 

FLETCHER, F. C. Hon. Capt. and Q.M., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1908 

FLETCHER, HERBERT M. Major, R.A.M.C. (ist London 1884 

Gen. Hospital, T.F.) 

FLEURET, F. S. Capt., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt., T.F.) 1904 

(W.) 

FLINT, A. H. Capt., R.G.A. (W.) (P.) 1901 

FLOOK, H. S. Major, S. African Med. Corps 1899 

FLOWER, N. A. C. Lieut., Grenadier Gds. (W.) 1902 

FLYNN, A. J. Capt., R.A.S.C. and Gen. Staff 1911 

FORBES, Rev. E. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1888 
FoRBES-TwEEDiE, D. Capt., London Yeo. (Rough [1914] 

Riders) ;A.D.C. (W.) 

FORDHAM, E. K. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1899 

FORDHAM, H. A. Lieut., Northumberland Fus.; Capt. 1911 

(A.), R.A.F.; Major, S.O. 2. (W.) 

FORDHAM, O. 2nd Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. L.I .(T.F.) 1907 

FORDYCE, A. DINGWALL. Major, R.A.M.C. 1893 

FORDYCE, R. DINGWALL. Major, 2nd Dragoons (R. Scots 1894 

Greys) 

FORESTER, Lord. Capt., R. Horse Gds.(R. of O.); Lieut.- 1887 

Col., Shropshire Yeo. 

FORESTER, O.STM.W. See WELD-FORESTER, Rev. O.STM. 

FORREST, H. Capt., S. Staffs. Regt.; attd. T.M.B. (W.) 1913 

M.C. 

^FORREST, J. W. 2nd Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. 1912 

Killed in action 27 Sept. 1915 

FORSHAW, J. H. Capt., R. Berkshire Regt.; Major, attd. 1893 

R.E. (Signals). M. 

*FORSTER, F. A. Capt., R. Fusiliers 1898 

Died 23 Sept. 1914 of wounds received in action at Mons 

FORSTER, T. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) (W 2.) M.C. 1910 

^FORSTER, W. Pte., R. Fusiliers 1910 

Killed in action 7 Oct. 1916 

FORTESCUE, Earl, K.C.B., T.D. Hon. Colonel, R. North 1872 

Devon Yeo.; A.D.C. to the King 

FORWOOD, P. L. Lieut., R.E. (W.) 1909 

^FOSTER, B. LA T. Lieut., Manchester Regt. 1912 

Killed in action 24 July 1916 

FOSTER, H. E. Pte., R.A.S.C. 1907 

FOSTER, Rev. K. G. Chaplain, Indian Army 1886 

FOSTER, M. G. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) O.B.E. M 2. 1881 

FOSTER, M. R. Capt., I.A.R.O. 1911 

FOSTER, M. R. W. Major, Hampshire Regt. (T.F.) ; 1888 

G.S.O. 2, E. Command, m. 



396 TRINITY COLLEGE 

FosTER,O.B. Major, Northumberland Fus.; D.A.Q.M.G. 

M.C. M 5. Chevalier, Ordre du Merite Agricole 

(France) 
FOSTER, P. LA T. Lieut., Manchester Regt.; Lieut. (A.), 

R.A.F. (P.) 
FOWLE, T. E. Colonel, A. A. and Q. M. G., S. Africa. 

C.B.E. 

FOWLER, C. H. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.); Staff Capt., Min- 
istry of Munitions. M.B.E. 
*FOWLER, D. D. 2nd Lieut. (A.), R.F.C. (W.) 

Killed in action 16 March 1917 
^FOWLER, J. D. Lieut.,* 5th (R. Irish) Lancers 

Killed in action 30 Nov. 1914 

FOWLER, R. H. Capt., R.M.A. ; empld. Ministry of Muni- 
tions. (W.) O.B.E. 

Fox, Rev. H. W. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. D.S.O. M2. 
Fox, J. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
Fox, W. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
*FOYSTER, P. T. Capt., R.E. 

Died ii Dec. 1916 of wounds received in action 6 Dec. 

1916 

FRANCIS, E. G. 2nd Lieut., Cambridgeshire Regt. (W.) 
FRANKLIN, W. B. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps; 

Capt., Spec. List, empld. Ministry of National Service 
FRANKLIN- SMITH, N. C. Lieut., Res. Regt. of Cavalry, 

attd. 7th Hussars 
FRANKLYN, A. H. Lieut., Res. Regt. of Cavalry; Traffic 

Control Officer 
FRASER, C. S. Lieut., R. Fusiliers; Capt., Gen. List 

(Staff). (W.) 

FRASER, G. T. Lieut., R.E. 
FRASER-MACKENZIE, E. R. L. Major, R.H.A.(T.F.) (W.) 

D.S.O. M.C. M. 
FRASER-MACKENZIE, J. A. O. 2nd Lieut., Lovat's Scouts ; 

Lieut., E. African Force (M.T.) 
FREEMAN, P. B. 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. 
FREEMAN MITFORD, Hon. C. B. O. See MITFORD, Hon. 

C. B. O.F. 
FREER, G. H. Lieut., Res. Regt. of Cavalry, attd. 12th 

Lancers 

FREESTON, B. D. Lieut., R.H.A.(T.F.) 
^FRENCH, Hon. E. A. Capt., S. Wales Borderers 

Died 1 6 Aug. 1917 of wounds received in action 
FREND, Rev. J. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 397 

W. R. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1893 

Derby Regt.) 

Killed in action 20 Sept. 1914 

FRERE, J. G. Capt., Norfolk Yeo.; attd. Norfolk Regt. [1914] 

FREWEN, H. M. Lieut., R.N.V.R. (W.) 1904 

FREWEN, S. Lieut.-Col., A.A. and Q.M.G. 1875 

FREYER, D. J. Major, London Regt. (London Irish 1901 

Rifles) ; cmdg. Depot 

*FROST, E. L. Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.) 1909 

Killed in action 16 June 1915 

FRY, C. R. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1907 

FRY, F. McG. Lieut., R.F.A. (W 2.) 1912 

FRY, J. A.B., R.N.V.R. (Anti-Aircraft) 1896 

FURLONGER, R. C. Capt., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) 1899 

FURSDON, G. E. S. Lieut., London Regt. and Spec. List 1912 

(Recruiting Staff). (W.) 



R. C. S. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers 1899 

Killed in action 10 Sept. 1916 
GADDUM, W. F. Capt., Westmorland and Cumberland 1907 

Yeo. and Border Regt. (W.) 
^GALBRAITH, A. N. Capt., Ceylon Rifles 1896 

Accidentally killed in Egypt (20 Feb. 1916) 
GAME, H. A. A.B., R.N.V.R. (Anti-Aircraft) 1892 

GARDINER, J. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 1905 

GARDNER, H. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1911 

GARDNER, J. C. Lieut., R. Marines and Gen. List, empld. 1901 

Ministry of Munitions. O.B.E. M. 

GARDNER, R. G. Capt., 25th Punjabis, Indian Army J 9O4 

GARDNER-MEDWIN, F. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1896 

^GARFIT, T. N. C. Lieut., Durham L.I. 1910 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 30 April 1915 

*GARNETT, K. G. Seaman, R.N.R. ; Lieut., R.F.A. M.C. 1911 
French Croix de Guerre 

Died 22 Aug. 1917 of wounds received in action 21 Aug. 
1916 
*GARNETT, W. H. S. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.R. ; Lieut., R.F.C. 1900 

Killed in flying accident 21 Sept. 1916 

^GARNETT-BOTFIELD, A. C. F. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade; 1912 
Lieut., S. Wales Borderers 
Killed in action 9 May 1915 

GARNETT-BOTFIELD, W. McL. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1901 

GARRATT, G. H. Major, Border Regt. and R. Sussex Regt. 1895 
GARRETT, L. C. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1906 



398 TRINITY COLLEGE 

*GARRETT, S. Capt., Suffolk Regt.(T.F.) 

Killed in action 12 March 1915 
GARRICK, G. C. Major, Surrey Yeo. 
GARSIDE, G. C. Pte., R.A.S.C. 
GAVIN, W. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 
GAY, C. D. Capt., E. Lanes. Regt. (W 2.) M.C. 
GAYE, A. S. Major, R.A.S.C.; Lieut.-Col., empld. Min- 

istry of Munitions. O.B.E. M 2. m. 
GEARD, D. A. A. Lieut., Life Gds. and Gds. M.G. Regt. 

C. B. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (R. Fus.) 
Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

R. F. McL. 2nd Lieut., Wiltshire Regt. 
Died 27 Oct. 1914 of wounds received in action 
GELDARD, N. Capt., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding Regt., 1 

T.F.) and Tank Corps. (W 6.) D.S.O. M.C. M. 
^GELDERD-SOMERVELL, R. F. C. 2nd Lieut., Grenadier 1 
Gds. 

Died 13 March 1915 of wounds received in action 
GERARD, Lord. Capt., R. Horse Gds. (W 2.) M.C. 1 

GERVIS, H. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1 

^GETHING, H. B. 2nd Lieut., Gloucestershire Yeo. 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 21 Aug. 1915 
GIBBON, E. L. L. Lieut., R.F.A. 
GIBBON, J. H. Major, R.F.A. (W.) D.S.O. Brevet 

Lieut. -Colonel. M 3. m. 
^GIBBONS, E. I. Pte., R. Fusiliers; Lieut., Lanes. Fus. 

Killed in action 29 April 1917 
GIBBS, W. D. Capt., Hertfordshire Yeo. M 2. 
GIBSON, C. M. Lieut., E. Surrey Regt. 
GIBSON, G. M. Capt., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 
JGiBSON-CRAiG,SirA.C.,Bart. Lieut., Highland L.I. M. 

Killed in action 13-17 Sept. 1914 
GIBSON-WATT, J. M. Major, S. Wales Borderers 
GIDLOW- JACKSON, G. H. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 
GILES, E. Capt., King's Own Scottish Borderers; attd. 

W. Yorks. Regt.; empld. O.C.B. (W 5.) M.C. 
GILLILAND, G. F. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 
*GILLILAND, V. K. Capt., R. Irish Rifles. (W.) 
Killed in action 8 May 1915 

A. S. 2nd Lieut., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. 
Killed in action 15 Sept. 1916 

R. Q. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. 
Killed in action i July 1916 
GIRDLESTONE, C. M. Sergt., Norfolk Regt. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 399 

GjERS, L. Capt., Seaforth Hdrs. 1912 

Killed in action 4 Oct. 1917 
GLAZEBROOK, A. R. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) ; empld. 1910 

Ministry of Munitions. (W.) M.C. M. 
GLEED, R. W. A. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. (W 2.) M.C. 1908 
GLEN, R. R. Lieut., R. Glasgow Yeo. 1911 

GODBER, H. T. Lieut., Connaught Rangers; Capt., Spec. 1909 

List (Cmdt., Bde. Signal School) 
^GODDARD, A. S. Capt., Canadian Infy. 1905 

Killed in action 26 Sept. 1916 
^GoDDARD-jACKSON, N. W. 2nd Lieut., Northampton- 1914 

shire Regt. 

Killed in action at High Wood 9 Sept. 1916 
GODSAL, HERBERT. Capt., Hampshire Yeo. 1886 

GODSAL, HUGH. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) M. 1912 

GODSELL, R. T. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1899 

GOFF, Sir H. W. D. Hon. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1890 

GOLDIE, C. J. D. Capt., R.F.A.; Staff Capt. M.C. M. 1896 
GOLDIE, N. B. Lieut., R.G.A.; Staff Capt. M. 1901 

GOLDNEY, H. H. Lieut., R.E. M.C. 1905 

GOLDSCHMIDT, J. P. Capt., Manchester Regt. 1912 

GOMME, A. W. Pte., R.A.S.C.; Lieut., Spec. List 1905 

GOMME, G. J. L. 2nd Lieut., Cheshire Regt.; Lieut., 1910 

R.G.A. 
GOODHART, G. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. (2nd London Gen. 1899 

Hospital, T.F.) m. 

GOODHART-RENDEL, H. S. Lieut., Grenadier Gds. 1905 

GOODWIN, A. D. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. (Aircraft Production 1904 

Dept.) 
^GOODWIN, H. D. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. 1908 

Killed in action i July 1916 
iGooLDEN, A. W. Lieut., E. Surrey Regt. ; empld. O.C.B. 1008 

(W.) 

GORDON, A. R. Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. (W.) 1912 
GORDON, C. T. Hon. Lieut.-Col., R. Scots (T.F. Res.) 1877 
GORDON, Rev. J. G. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D. ; D.A.C.G. 1900 

M. Italian Bronze Medal ' della Salute Publica ' 
GORDON GUMMING, A. P. Capt., Cameron Hdrs. ; Brigade 1912 

Major. (W2.) M.C. M. 
>JGoRE BROWNE, H. T. T. Pte., Canadian Mtd. Rifles; 1904 

2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 

Died 23 Aug. 1916 of wounds received in action 19 Aug. 

1916 

1 Killed in action in Afghanistan after the armistice. 



400 TRINITY COLLEGE 

GORRINGE, W. H. Major, R. Sussex Regt.(T.F.) 

GORST, G. T. Capt., E. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 1 

GOSLING, T. S. Lieut., R.G.A. 1 

GOSNELL, R. P. Capt., H.A.C. 

GOSSAGE, A. F. W. Lieut., iyth Lancers. M.C. 

GOSSAGE, E. L. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A.; Lieut.-Col. (A.), 

R.A.F. D.S.O. M.C. M 4 . 

GOTCH, M. S. Capt., Northamptonshire Regt. (W.) 
GOURLAY, W. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 
Gow, A. S. F. 2nd Lieut., Eton College O.T.C. 
Gow, I. B. 2nd Lieut., Black Watch 
GRACE, C. L. P. Lieut., Highland Cyclist Bn. 
*GRACEY, H. C. Capt., Rifle Brigade. (W.) 

Killed in action at Le Transloy 18 Oct. 1916 
GRACEY, R. L. Major, R.E.(T.F.) D.S.O f M 2. Order 

of the White Eagle, $th Class, with swords (Serbia) 
GRAHAM, G. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 
GRAHAM, H. A. R. Capt., Grenadier Gds.; A.D.C.; 

Capt., Spec. List (School of Instruction). (W.) 
GRAHAM, H. H. C. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 
GRAHAM, J. C. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. (ist E. Gen. Hos- 

pital, T.F.) 
GRAHAM, J. R. N. Capt., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs.; 

Major, M.G.C. (W.) 

Ttf.(&. "For most conspicuous bravery, coolness and 
resource when in command of a Machine Gun Section. 
Lt. Graham accompanied the guns across open ground, 
under very heavy rifle and machine gun fire, and when 
his men became casualties, he assisted in carrying the 
ammunition. Although twice wounded, he continued 
during the advance to control his guns and was able, with 
one gun, to open an accurate fire on the enemy, who were 
massing for a counter-attack. This gun was put out of 
action by the enemy's rifle fire, and he was again wounded. 
The advancing enemy forced him to retire, but before 
doing so he further disabled his gun, rendering it useless. 
He then brought a Lewis gun into action with excellent 
effect till all the ammunition was expended. He was 
again severely wounded, and forced through loss of blood 
to retire. His valour and skilful handling of his guns held 
up a strong counter-attack which threatened to roll up 
the left flank of the Brigade, and thus averted what might 
have been a very critical situation." Supplement to 
The London Gazette, 14 Sept. 1917. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 401 

GRAHAM, M. W. A. P. Lieut., Life Gds.; Capt. and 1913 

Adjt., Gds. M.G. Regt. (W 2.) M.C. M 2. 
GRAHAM, R. P. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W.) 1914 

(P.) M.C. 
GRAHAM CAMPBELL, J. Lieut., Argyll and Sutherland 1906 

Hdrs. (W.) 
*GRANT, A. F. M. 2nd Lieut., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey 191 1 

Regt.) 

Died 1 8 June 1916 of gas poisoning 

GRANT, B. D. 2nd Lieut., King's Own Scottish Borderers 1910 
GRANT, Rev. H. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1895 

GRANT, M. F. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. 1896 

GRANT- WATSON, E. L. 2nd Lieut., Hampshire Yeo. 1906 

(T.F. Res.) 
^GRANTHAM, E. R. H. 2nd Lieut., Northumberland Fus. 1914 

Died 31 March 1917 of wounds received in action 
*GRANTHAM, F. W. Capt., R. Munster Fus. 1889 

Killed in action 9 May 1915 

GRANTHAM, W. W., V.D. Major, R. Sussex Regt.(T.F.) 1886 

GRASEMANN, C. Capt., R.E. 1908 

*GRATTAN-BELLEW,W. A. 2nd Lieut., Connaught Rangers ; 1913 

Major, R.F.C. M. 

Died 24 March 1917 of wounds received in action 
GRAY, F. L. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1905 

^GRAY, M. Lieut., 2nd Dragoon Gds. (Queen's Bays); 1908 

Capt., M.G.C. 

Killed in action 8 Aug. 1918 
GREAVES, G. M. Lieut., Leicestershire Yeo.; Capt., 1907 

R. Horse Gds.; Major, Gds. M.G. Regt. 
GREAVES, L. B. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Lieut., [1914] 

S. Wales Borderers. (W.) M.C. Order of the White 

Eagle, $th Class, with swords (Serbia) 

GREAVES, R. C. J. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. 1908 

GREEN, B. Capt., Oxford and Bucks. L.I.(T.F.); Major, 1907 

M.G.C. (W2.) M.C. M. 

GREEN, D. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. M.C. 1912 

GREEN, H. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) 1903 

^GREEN, H. S. Major, London Regt. M. 1902 

Killed in action 20 Sept. 1917 
GREEN, R. D. Capt., Durham L.I. ; attd. T.M.B. ; empld. 1914 

British Military Mission. M.C. 

GREENE, W. P. C. Capt., i3th Hussars 1903 

GREENWELL, B. E. Major, Hampshire Yeo.(T.F. Res.) 1893 

M.B.E. 

C.U.W.L. 26 



402 TRINITY COLLEGE 

GREENWOOD, J. A. Section Sanitaire, French Army 

GREG, A. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. O.B.E. M 2. French 
Medaille des Epidemics 

GREGORY, G. M. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. Sappers and 

Miners ; Recruiting Officer. M. 
^GREGORY, J. S. Capt., R.A.S.C. and R.F.C. M. 
Killed in action 19 Feb. 1918 

GREGSON, H. G. Lieut., R. Wiltshire Yeo.; attd. Wilt- 
shire Regt. (W.) 

GRENVILLE-GREY, G. Cdr.,R.N.V.R.(Anti-Aircraft). m. 

GREVILLE SMITH, S. H. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. (T.F. 
Res.) and Northamptonshire Regt. 

GREY, Earl. Major, Northumberland Fus.; G.S.O.2. 

M2. 

*GRIBBLE, C. H. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt., T.F.) 

Killed in action 30 Nov. 1917 
GRICE-HUTCHINSON, Rev. R. E. C.F. Ath Class, R.A.C.D. 

M.C. M. 

GRIEVE, F. C. L. Major, R.F.A. 
GRIEVE, W. R. Capt,, R.F.A. 

GRIFFIN, A. W. M. S. Capt., N. Rhodesian Rifles. M.C. 
GRIFFIN, H. J. S. Major, R.F.A. (W.) 
^GRIFFITH, G. F. Capt., London Regt. (Q.V.R.) M. 

Killed in action 26 Sept. 1917 
GRIFFITH, H. K. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 
GRIFFITH, H. L. W. 2nd Lieut., R.H.A.; Capt., Spec. 

List, empld. Directorate of Requisitions and Hirings. 

Chevalier, Ordre du Merite Agricole (France) 
GRIFFITH, J. Major, N. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) T.D. 
GRIFFITHS, Rev. C. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 
^GRIFFITHS, R. E. Pte., Australian Force 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 1915 
GRINLING, A. G. Capt., Hertfordshire Regt. ; attd. Bed- [19 

fordshire Regt. (W.) M.C. 
GRISSELL, T. DE LA G. Major, Suffolk Yeo. ; Lieut.-Col., il 

Suffolk Regt. (W.) M.C. M. 
GRONER, R. E. E. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. i< 

and Derby Regt.) (W 2.) (P.) 
GROVES, K. G. Capt., London Regt. (Poplar and Stepney K 

Rifles). M. 
GUEST, Hon. L. G. W. Major, R.A.F. ; S.O. 2, Air Min- il 

istry. O.B.E. M. 

GUEST, Hon. O. M. Major (A.), R.A.F.; S.O. 2. (W.) n 
GUINNESS, Hon. R. See ELVEDEN, Viscount i! 



TRINITY COLLEGE 403 

GUINNESS, R. S. Lieut., R.N.V.R. (W.) 1907 

GUNSTON, D. W. Capt., Irish Gds. M.C. 1910 

GURNEY, C. R. Capt., R.E. M. 1903 

GURNEY, E. H. Capt., Suffolk Yeo.(T.F. Res.) 1885 

GURNEY, Q. E. Major, Norfolk Yeo. 1901 

GURNEY-DIXON, S. Capt., R.A.M.C. M2. 1897 

GUETERBOCK, P. G. J. Capt., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.) ; 1905 

Brigade Major. (W.) D.S.O. M.C. M 3. 

GUTHRIE, P. S. Lieut., Life Gds.; A.D.C. 1913 

^GWYNNE, R. T. S. 2nd Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire 1912 

L.I., T.F.) 

Died 23 May 1915 of wounds received in action 

GWYTHER, G. H. Lieut.-Col., R. Welsh Fus.; empld. 1890 

War Office. (W.) D.S.O. M. 

^HABERSHON, L. O. Capt., E. Yorks. Regt. 1912 

Killed in action 13 Nov. 1916 

HACKFORTH, R. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) 1905 

HADRILL, E. W. 2nd Lieut., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent 1910 

Regt.); Lieut. (A. and Ad.), R.A.F. (W.) 
HAHLO, H. B. See BARKER-HAHLO, H. 
HAKE, H. M. Lieut., Cambridgeshire Regt. and Gen. 1910 

Staff. French Croix de Guerre 

HALE, D. B. Major, R.F.A. M. 1896 

HALES, J. B. Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. L.I.(T.F.) ; Capt., 1907 

G.S.O. 3 . M.C. M*. 

HALL, A. A. Lieut., R.E. (Signals) 1913 

HALL, A. C. Major, Suffolk Regt. 1888 

*HALL, F. G. Capt., Cheshire Regt. 1909 

Killed in action 7 July 1916 

HALL, R. S. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1904 

*HALLAM, H. G. S. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(T.F.);attd. Egyptian [1914] 

Camel Corps 

Killed in action near Jaffa i Dec. 1917 

HALLER, B. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1901 

HALLETT, H. G. Capt., R. Fusiliers 1895 

HALLEY, K. B. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. (W.) 1914 

HALLIDAY, D. R. J. Lieut., nth Hussars and R.E. (Sig- 1907 

nals) 
^HALLIDAY, J. A. Capt., nth Hussars 1894 

Died 13 Nov. 1914 of wounds received in action at 

Messines 31 Oct. 1914 
HALLIDAY, M. A. C. Lieut., Bedfordshire Yeo. and 1905 

M.G.C. (Cavalry) 

262 



404 TRINITY COLLEGE 

HALNAN, E. T. Capt., R.G.A. (W.) M. 1908 

HAMBRO, R. O. Capt., Coldstream Gds.; G.S.O. 3. M. 1905 

Belgian Croix de Guerre 
HAMILL, J. M. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.); D.A.D.M.S. 1898 

O.B.E. Mz. 

HAMILL, P. Major, R.A.M.C. 1902 

HAMILTON, E. R. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1913 

HAMILTON, E. W. Capt., London Regt. ; empld. Ministry 1912 

of Munitions. (W.) 
HAMILTON, G. Capt., Scottish Horse and Black Watch 1911 

(T.F.) M.C. 
^HAMILTON, H. O. Lieut., Northumberland Fus. 1911 

Killed in action in the Battle of Loos 25 Sept. 1915 
^HAMILTON, K. Lieut., W. African Frontier Force 1905 

Died in Nigeria 15 Nov. 1918 of influenza contracted 

on active service 

HAMMOND, C. E. Lieut., Irish Gds. M.C. 1908 

HAMOND-GRAEME, E. H. M. Major, Hampshire Yeo. 1895 
HAMPDEN, Viscount. Major, loth Hussars (R. of O.); 1887 

Colonel, Hertfordshire Regt.; Brig.-Gen. C.B. 

C.M.G. M 7. Officer, Legion of Honour (France) 
^HANDFORD, E. F. S. 2nd Lieut., Sherwood Foresters [1914] 

(Notts, and Derby Regt., T.F.) 

Killed in action 15 Oct. 1915 
^HANDFORD, H. B. S. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1912 

and Derby Regt., T.F.) 

Killed in action 15 Oct. 1915 
HANNA, W. B. Lieut., 92nd Infy. Bn.; Capt., Gen. List, 1911 

Canadian Force 

HANNEN, L. G. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1916 

HANSON, H. J. Lieut., R.N.V.R. O.B.E. 1893 

^HANSON, O. H. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. 1891 

Killed while prisoner in German hands 5 Nov. 1914 
HANSON, R. J. E. Surgeon Cdr., R.N.V.R. O.B.E. 1888 

HARCOURT, R. V., M.P. Lieut., R.N.A.S. (Anti-Aircraft) 1897 
HARDIE, M. Capt., Spec. List (Censor's Staff). M. 1895 

HARDING, E. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. M. 1910 

HARDINGE, Hon. A. H. L. Capt., Grenadier Gds. (W.) 1911 

M.C. 
HARDY, C. Capt., London Regt. (Rangers); Major, 1906 

King's (Liverpool Regt.) (W.) D.S.O. M 2. 
HARE, F. Capt., Northumberland Fus.(T.F.) and R.E. 1912 

(Field Survey Bn.) 
HARFORD, C. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1883 



TRINITY COLLEGE 405 

HARGREAVES, A. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1903 

HARGREAVES, J. A. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt., T.F.) 1898 

(W.) 

HARMENS,W. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1901 

*HARMSWORTH, Hon. V. S. T. Lieut., R.N.V.R.(R.N.D.) [1914] 

Killed in action 13 Nov. 1916 

HARRATON, J. R. Lieut., Durham L.I. 1909 

HARRILD, W. C. Major, Yorkshire Regt. 1889 

HARRIS, E.R. Lieut., Wiltshire Regt.(T.F.) and M.G.C. [1914] 

M.C. 

HARRIS, H. B. Capt., Essex Regt. 1890 

HARRISON, A. P. B. Capt., Rifle Brigade; Lieut.-Col., 1893 

Spec. List 

HARRISON, ERNEST. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1896 

^HARRISON, EVERARD. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1901 

Killed in action 18 April 1917 
HARRISON, E. F. Lieut.-Col., Gen. List, Australian Force ; 1898 

G.S.O. i. m. Officer ^ Legion of Honour (France). 

Order of St Maurice and St Lazarus (Italy) 
HARRISON, F. E. H. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) 1896 

HARRISON,H. E. Capt., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey Regt.) 1898 

M.C. 
HARRISON, T. E., D.S.O., T.D. Lieut.-Col., Hertfordshire 1881 

Yeo. (T.F. Res.) and Gen. Staff, m. 
^HARROWING, J. S. Capt., R.A.S.C. and R. Warwickshire 1907 

Regt. M.C. Chevalier, Legion of Honour (France) 

Killed in action at Bullecourt 4 May 1917 
HART, R. J. D'A. Pte., H.A.C.; Lieut., R.G.A. 1913 

HARTINGTON, Marquis of. Hon. Colonel, Sherwood 1913 

Foresters (Notts, and Derby Regt.); Capt., Derby- 
shire Yeo. M.B.E. M. m. Chevalier , Legion of 

Honour (France) 

HARTLEY, C. R. Cap t.,D. of Lancaster's Own Yeo. M. 1905 
^HARTLEY, W. E. Instructor, R.N. 1896 

Accidentally killed on H.M.S. Vanguard 9 July 1917 
HARVEY, Rev. C. Pte., R.A.M.C.; C.F. 4th Class, 1903 

R.A.C.D. (W.) 

HARVEY, Rev. E. J. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D, 1908 

^HARVEY, D. L. 2nd Lieut., 9th Lancers 1911 

Killed in action 2 Nov. 1914 
^HARVEY, F. L. Lieut., 9th Lancers 1909 

Killed in action 30 Oct. 1914 
HARVEY, G. R. M. Pte., R. Fusiliers (Sportsman's Bn.) 1890 

and Middlesex Regt. 



4o6 TRINITY COLLEGE 

HARVEY, J. E. Capt., Irish Gds. 

HARVEY, O. C. Capt., Norfolk Regt. and Gen. List (In- 
telligence). M. 
^HASKINS, F. W. Pte., Cheshire Regt. 1908 

Died July 1916 
*HASLAM, W. K. S. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1911 

Killed in action 27 April 1917 
HASTINGS, W. H. Surgeon Lieut.-Cdr., R.N. 
HATHORN, K. H. Lieut., 8th S. African Horse 
HAUSBURG, E. F. Major, Suffolk Regt.; G.S.O. 3, War 

Office. M. m. 
HAVELOCK- ALLAN, Sir H. S. M., Bart. Major, Lanes. 1891 

Fus. and Gen. List. (W.) 
HAWKER, C. A. S. Capt., Somerset L.I. (W 2.) 
HAWKES, C. P. Major, Northumberland Fus. 
HAWKINS, H. D. Major, R.G.A. (W.) D.S.O. M 2. 
HAWKINS, H. H. B. Capt., R.G.A. M. 
HAZLEHURST, C. A. C. Capt., Westmorland and Cum- 
berland Yeo.; attd. Border Regt. and Durham L.I. 

(W.) 
HAZLERIGG, Sir A. G., Bart. Capt., Spec. List; Hon. 1898 

Capt. (Ad.), R.A.F. 
HEAD, H. Capt., R.A.M.C. (2nd London Gen. Hospital, 1880 

T.F.) 
HEADLAM, T. A. Lieut.-Col., E. Yorks. Regt. ; attd. Welsh 1894 

Regt.(T.F.) M. 

HEALD, W. H. A. Lieut., R. Fusiliers ; empld. War Office 1912 
HEALE,. R J. W Major, Indian Army, empld. Political 1896 

Dept. O.B.E. M. 

HEAP, J. M. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. 1907 

*HEAPE, B. R. Capt., R.F.A. 1911 

Killed in action 16 May 1917 

HEARN, Rev. E. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1896 

HEATH, J. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1905 

HEATH, L. C. Capt., Surrey Yeo. 1912 

HEATH, O. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1896 

HEATHCOTE, E. H. Major, Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1900 

and Derby Regt., T.F.) 
HEATHCOTE-DRUMMOND-WiLLOUGHBY,Hon.C.S. Major, 1888 

Scots Gds. (R. of O.); Colonel T.F.; Brig.-Gen. 

C.B. C.M.G. MS. 
HEATON, D. R. Capt., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) ; 1912 

Staff Capt. (W2.) D.S.O. M. 
HEATON, J. B. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W 2.) 1914 



TRINITY COLLEGE 407 

HEATON- ARMSTRONG, W. D. F. Major, Lanes. Fus. and 1904 

Labour Corps. M. 
HEATON-ELLIS, C. H. B. Major, Bedfordshire Regt.; 1882 

Lieut.-CoL, Spec. List. C.B.E. 
^HEBBLETHWAITE, C. J. Lieut., Nigeria Regt., W. African 1903 

Frontier Force 

Killed in action near the Nigerian frontier 7 April 1915 
HEDGES, K. M. F. Capt., R.A.S.C.; Major, D.A.D. 1908 

Transport. D.S.O. M 3. 
HEDLEY, O. W. E. Lieut., R.E. (Tyne Electrical Engin- 1902 

eers, T.F.) 
^HEDLEY, W. A. C. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) [1914] 

M. 

Died 19 July 1918 of wounds received in action 
HEINEMANN, A. B. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1889 

HELLABY, F. A. Lieut., N. Zealand Force; Major, [1914] 

M.G.C. M.C. M. 
HELLYER, F. E. Capt., Hampshire Regt.; 8.0.3 anc * 1907 

Major (Ad.), R.A.F. (W 2.) O.B.E. M. 
*HELM, H. P. D. Capt., Border Regt. ; Capt. (O. and Ad.), 1912 

R.A.F. M. 

Died 6 Nov. 1918 

HELME, J. Lieut., R.A.O.C. 1902 

HELME, J. M. Capt., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) 1907 

(W.) 

HELME, R.E. Capt., R.F.A.; empld. War Office 1910 

HELME, R. M., V.D. Hon. Lieut.-Col., R. Sussex Regt. 1881 

(T.F. Res.) 

HELME, T. W. Lieut., R.A.O.C. 1899 

HELPS, Rev. A. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) M 2. 1890 

HENDERSON, A. I. Capt., Highland L.I.(T.F.) (W.) 1912 

^HENDERSON, A. S. Capt., London Regt. (R. Fus.) 1905 

Died 25 April 1915 of wounds received in action 
HENDERSON, J. K. 2nd Lieut. (Ad.), R.A.F. 1902 

HENEAGE, Hon. G. E. Lieut.-Col., Lincolnshire Regt. 1885 

(R. of O.); empld. Ministry of National Service. 

O.B.E. 
*HENN, E. H. L. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade; attd. King's 1910 

Royal Rifle Corps 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 
*HENRI, F. Capt., Northumberland Fus. (W.) 1912 

Killed in action 15 June 1918 

HENRY, C. J. Capt., Leicestershire Yeo. M. [JQH] 

HENRY, D. C. Capt., R.E. (Signals). (W.) M.C. 1912 



4o8 TRINITY COLLEGE 

HENRY, S. A. Hon. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) Chevalier, 1898 

Ordre de la Couronne (Belgium) 

HEPBURNE-SCOTT, Hon. C. F. Lieut., Scottish Horse 1902 
HEPBURNE- SCOTT, Hon. W. G. See POLWARTH, Lord 
HEPBURNE-SCOTT, Hon. W.T. Capt., Lothian and Border 1909 

Horse 

HERBERT, A. G. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 1897 

HERBERT, E. Capt., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt., IQI? 

T.F.) M.C. M. 

HERBERT, E. A. F. W., T.D. Major, Yorkshire Hussars 1889 
HERBERT-SMITH, G. M. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus.; Major, 1910 

M.G.C.; empld. British Military Mission, m. 
HERCUS, E. O. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1914 

^HERDMAN, G. A. 2nd Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) 1914 

Killed in action i July 1916 
^HERMAN, G. A. Lieut., Cambridgeshire Regt. 1911 

Killed in action near Givenchy 20 July 1916 
HERON-MAXWELL, Sir I. W., Bart. Capt., Spec. List, 1890 

empld. British Mission to Russia 
CHERRIES, A. D. Y. Capt., King's Own Scottish Borderers 1911 

Killed in action on the Somme 23 July 1916 
HERVEY, D. E. F. C. 2nd Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. 1914 

HERVEY, E. S. Lieut., Surrey Yeo. ; Capt., D.A.P.M. m. 1898 
HERZOG, F. J. Major, R.F.A. M.C. 1908 

HESELTINE, N. E. Lieut., Essex Regt.(T.F.) n 

HESKETH, W. Capt., D. of Lancaster's Own Yeo.; attd. i! 

King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) 
*HESLOP, G. H. Capt., Middlesex Regt. (W.) [1914] 

Killed in action i July 1916 
*HESS, H. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); 2nd Lieut., [1914] 

Middlesex Regt. M. 

Died 28 Oct. 1916 of wounds received in action 
HETHERINGTON, A. L. 2nd Lieut., Spec. List, empld. 1900 

War Office 
HETHERINGTON, R. G. Lieut., R.E. (Inspection Staff). 1894 

O.B.E. m. 

HETHERINGTON, T. R. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) M.C. [1914] 
^HETHERINGTON, T. W. Lieut., Durham L.I. 1911 

Killed in action 17 July 1916 

HETT, H. A. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1901 

HEWLETT, J. H. Instructor Cdr., R.N. 1894 

^HEXT, T. M. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1915 

Killed in action 29 April 1917 
HEYCOCK, J. H. Major, Labour Corps 1880 



TRINITY COLLEGE 409 

^HEYWOOD, A. G. P. Major, Manchester Regt. ; G.S.0. 3. 1904 

(w.) 

Died 12 Sept. 1918 of wounds received in action 28 

Aug. 1918 
*HEYWOOD, B. C. P., T.D. Colonel, Manchester Regt. 1882 

(T.F. Res.) 

Died 28 Oct. 1914 
HEYWOOD, C. C. Lieut.-Col., Manchester Regt.(T.F. 1883 

Res.) ; Major, R.A.M.C. m. 
HEYWOOD, Sir G. P., Bart. Lieut.-Col., Staffordshire Yeo. 1897 

(W.) D.S.O. T.D. M2. 

HEYWORTH, G. A. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1900 

^HEYWORTH, H. P. L. Capt. and Adjt., N. Staffs. Regt. 1896 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 6 Aug. 1915 

HICKMAN, C. E. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) M. 1909 

CHICKS, B. P. Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt. 1911 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 
HICKS, E. P. Surgeon Prob., R.N.V.R. ; Capt. (A.), R.A.F. 1910 

M2. 

HICKS, R. S. Hon. Capt., Suffolk Yeo.(T.F. Res.) 1890 

HICKS, W.F. Pte.,R.A.O.C.; Lee. -Corpl., Wiltshire Regt. 1914 

HICHAM, C. S. S. Capt., Manchester Regt. 1909 

^HILARY, H. J. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1897 

Died 3 June 1917 of wounds received in action 
HILL, A. G. E. Capt., Cameron Hdrs.(T.F.) (W.) 1912 

HILL, A. V. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt.; empld. 1905 

Ministry of Munitions. O.B.E. Brevet Major, mz. 
*HiLL, C. E. C. Lieut, and Adjt., Highland L.I. M. 1913 

Killed in action in Mesopotamia 17 April 1916 
HILL, C. L. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and [1914] 

Derby Regt., T.F.) M. 

HILL, H. O. Engineer Lieut.-Cdr., R.N. 1906 

HILL, R. G. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1910 

HILL, T. A. M. Capt. and Adjt., R.E. (Signals). M. m. 1908 
HILL, W. J. M. Major, Scots Gds. (R. of O.) and Loyal 1895 

N. Lanes. Regt. ; Lieut.-Col. , London Regt. (Hackney 

Bn.) D.S.O. Af2. French Croix de Guerre 
HILLEARY, E. L. Major, Lovat's Scouts. O.B.E. M 2. 1890 

m. Order of the White Eagle, %th Class, with swords 

(Serbia). Greek Medal for Military Merit, yd Class 
*HILLS, W. F. W. Lieut., R.F.A. and R.F.C. 1912 

Killed in action 6 March 1917 
^HILTON, H. D. 2nd Lieut., Middlesex Regt. 1902 

Killed in action 19 Dec. 1914 



410 TRINITY COLLEGE 

^HILTON, M. V. Colonel, E. Lanes. Regt. 

Killed in action 20 Oct. 1915 
HINDLIP, Lord. Capt., Spec. List. O.B.E. M 2. 
KINGSTON, A. A. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 
HIPPISLEY, E. T. Sergt., R.E.; Lieut., R.G.A.; Capt., 

R.E. (Field Survey Coy.) 
HIRST, G. S. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) 
HIRST, J. Hon. Major and Q.M.. I.M.S. m. 
HISSEY, J. B. R.N.A.S. (Anti-Aircraft) 
HOARE, Rev. A. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 
HOARE, B. S. Lieut., Grenadier Gds. 
HOARE, E.G. Capt., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.); 

Lieut.-Col., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) 

D.S.O. M2. 

HOARE, E. R. D. Lieut., Grenadier Gds. (W.) 1912 

HOARE, F. R. G. Major, R.A.O.C.; Lieut.-Col. (T.), 1808 

R.A.F. C.B.E. M. m. 
HOARE, G. DE M. G. Capt. and Adjt., London Regt< 1889 

(Post Office Rifles). T.D. m. 

HOARE, H. Hon. Major, Suffolk Yeo.(T.F. Res.) m. 1884 
*HOARE, H. C. A. Capt., Dorset Yeo. (W.) 1907 

Died 19 Dec. 1917 of wounds received in action Nov. 

1917 

HOARE, J. E. A. Capt. (S.), R.A.F. D.S.C. [1914] 

HOARE, R. B. Capt., Northumberland Yeo. 1889 

HOARE, W. R. Capt., Hampshire Regt.(T.F.) and R.F.C. 1887 
HOBHOUSE, A. L. Capt., Spec. List 1904 

HOBSON, A. C. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers 1891 

HODGE, H. S. VERB. Capt., Tonbridge School O.T.C. 1900 

Brevet Major, m 2. 

HODGES, Rev. E. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1903 

HODGES, W. V. A. Lieut., R.G.A. M.C. 1915 

HODGSON, B. T., V.D. Lieut.-Col., R. Sussex Regt.fT.F.) 1882 

C.M.G. m2. 
^HODGSON, C. A. G. Capt., R. North Devon Yeo. 1902 

Died 20 March 1918 of pneumonia following malaria 

contracted on active service 

HODGSON, F. W. K. Capt., Spec. List 1896 

^HODGSON, G. W. H. Lieut., Border Regt. 1907 

Died 6 Nov. 1914 of wounds received in action 2 Nov. 

1914 
HODGSON, H. E. A. Lieut., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey 1904 

Regt.); empld. O.C.B.; Capt., Norfolk Regt. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 411 

HODSON, E. A. Capt., Rifle Brigade; Major, M.G.C.; 1912 

empld. British Military Mission. D.S.O. M 2. m. 
HOFFMANN, G. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Service, 1894 

T.F.) 
HOLDGATE,W.W. Lieut., Sutton Valence School O.T.C. 1891 

m. 
HOLDSWORTH, G. L. Bt. Colonel, yth Hussars (R. of O.) ; 1882 

Brig.-Gen., Director of Remounts. C.B. C.M.G. 

m 3. Order of the White Eagle, yd Class (Serbia) 
HoLLAND-HiBBERT, T. 2nd Lieut., Hertfordshire Yeo.; 1907 

Lieut., 2nd Dragoons (R. Scots Greys) 

HOLLAND-HIBBERT,W. Capt.,HertfordshireYeo. ; A.D.C. 1914 
HOLLOND, E. R. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1895 

HOLLOND, G. E. Lieut., Suffolk Regt.; A.D.C. M. 1914 

HOLLOND, H. A. Lieut., R.G.A.; Major, D.A.A.G. 1903 

D.S.O. O.B.E. M 3 . 
HOLLOND, S. E. Colonel, Rifle Brigade; Brig.-Gen. 1892 

C.B. C.M.G. D.S.O. Brevet Colonel. Brevet 

Lieut. -Colonel. M 7. Chevalier, Legion of Honour 

(France) 
HOLMAN, A. McA. Lieut., 6th Dragoon Gds. (Carabin- 1908 

iers). (W.) 
^HOLMAN, D. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. ; attd. The Queen's [1914] 

(R. W. Surrey Regt.) 

Killed in action 8 Aug. 1918 

HOLROYDE, D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1895 

HOMIAKOFF, A. N. Russian Army 1913 

HONY, H. C. Capt., Spec. List (Interpreter). M.B.E. 1907 

M. 

HOPE, J. H. 2nd Lieut., R.E. 1910 

*HOPGOOD, J. L. Pte., Middlesex Regt. (P. S. Bn.); 2nd [1914] 

Lieut., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) 

Died 17 Aug. 1916 of wounds received in action 13 Aug. 

1916 
*HOPKINSON,B.,F.R.S. Major, Unattd. List, T.F. ; Colonel, 1892 

D.A.D., Air Ministry. C.M.G. ni2. 

Killed in flying accident 26 Aug. 1918 
^HOPKINSON, E. H. Lieut., Cambridgeshire Regt. M.C. 1913 

Mz. 

Died in German hands 2 June 1915 of wounds received 

in action 
*HOPKINSON, R. C. Lieut., R.E. (Signals). M. 1909 

Died 9 Feb. 1917 of wounds received in action 24 Nov. 

1915 



4i2 TRINITY COLLEGE 

*HOPLEY, G. W. V. 2nd Lieut., Grenadier Gds. 1910 

Died 12 May 1915 of wounds received in action Feb. 



HORNE, M. Capt., R.A.M.C. (2nd London Gen. Hos- 1889 

pital, T.F.) 

^HORNSBY, R. L. W. 2nd Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. 1911 

Killed in action 9 Oct. 1915 

HORNUNG, G. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) 1908 

*HORNUNG, J. P. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) M.C. 1913 

Died 20 Feb. 1916 of wounds received in action 

HORSFIELD, R. B. Capt., Worcestershire Regt.; D.A.A. 1905 

andQ.M.G. (W.) M. 

HORTON, C. E. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1915 

HORTON, LE G. G. W. Capt. and Adjt., King's Royal 1912 

Rifle Corps; Major, R.A.F. 

HOSKIN, T. J. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1907 

HOUGHTON, R. L. Lieut., R.F.A.; empld. Ministry of 1911 

Labour 

HOULT, J. M. Major, R.F.A. 1908 

HousTOUN-BoswALL, T. R. Capt., R. Scots 1900 

How, Rev. J. C. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. *i9oy 

HOWARD, Hon. B. E. Capt., Lovat's Scouts 1903 

HOWARD, B. H. E. Lieut., Manchester Regt. ; Capt. (A.), 1900 

R.A.F. M.C. 

HOWARD, C. F. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) 1910 

HOWARD, Hon. D. S. P. Capt., 3rd Hussars. Belgian 1910 

Croix de Guerre 

HOWARD, Hon. G., M.P. Capt., R.N.V.R. (R.N.D.) M. 1895 

HOWARD, G. W. Capt. and Adjt., King's Royal Rifle 1911 

Corps. M.C. 

HOWARD, H. S. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt.(T.F. Res.) 1899 

^HOWARD, J. B. Capt., R. Welsh Fus.(T.F.) (W.) [1914] 

Died 6 Sept. 1918 of wounds received in action 

HOWARD, J. P. 2nd Lieut., Hampshire Regt. 1907 

HOWARD, Hon. M. F. S. Lieut., i8th Hussars. M. 1897 

HOWARD, N. M. C. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) M.C. M. 1908 

HOWARD, Rev. R. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

HOWARD, W. S. Pte., Army Pay Corps 1906 

HowARD-McLEAN, J. R. Hon. Colonel, King's (Shrop- 1879 

shire L.I., T.F. Res.) and Gen. Staff, m. 

^HOWARD SMITH, G. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) M.C. 1899 

M. 

Killed in action 29 March 1916 

HOWDEN, P. F. znd Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F. Res.) 1906 



TRINITY COLLEGE 413 

HOWICK, Viscount. See GREY, Earl 

HOWITT, F. D. Lieut., R.A.S.C.; Hon. Lieut., R.A.F. 1013 

(W.) 
>i*HowKiNS, G. A. 2nd Lieut., Northumberland Fus. 1913 

Killed in action 25-27 Sept. 1915 
HOWORTH, H. Major, Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1893 

Derby Regt.); R.T.O. 

HOWSON, Rev. J. F. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. m. 1875 

HOWSON, R. S. Sergt., io7th Infy. Bn., United States 1901 

Army 

HOYLAND, C. E. Capt., Gen. List (T.F. Res.) 1888 

HOYLE, L. R. 2nd Lieut., E. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.) ; Lieut., [1914] 

R.G.A. 
fcHuBBACK, F. W. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (Rifles) 1903 

Died 12 Feb. 1917 of wounds received in action 
HUBBARD, L. E. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1900 

HUBBARD, M. E. Cadet, R.F.A. 1918 

HUBBARD, P. W. Capt., E. Surrey Regt. (W 3.) 1911 

HUBBUCK, G. M. Capt., Hampshire Regt. M 3. 1909 

^HUDSON, A. C. Major, R. Fusiliers 1895 

Died 2 Oct. 1916 of wounds received in action 
HUDSON, Rev. E. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1902 

HUDSON, F. A. 2nd Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) 1908 

^HUDSON, R. P. M. Capt., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1910 

Regt.) 

Died 25 March 1920 from the effect of wounds received 

in action 
HuGGiNS,H.W. Major, R.H.A. (W.) D.S.O. M.C. 1910 

Brevet Major. M 6. 

HUGHES, A. W. Lieut., R.F.A.; Lieut. (T,),R.A.F. (W.) 1913 
HUGHES, G. E. Lieut., E. Surrey Regt.(T.F.); empld. 1903 

Inland Water Transport 
HUGHES, G. R. Lieut., Dorset Regt.; Capt., Gen. List, 1906 

empld. War Office 
^HUGHES, N. A. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) ; Capt., Welsh 1907 

Regt. 

Killed in action 18 Sept. 1918 

HUGHES, R. Major, Berkshire Yeo. (T.F. Res.) 1885 

HUGHES, R. J. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt.(T.F.) 1901 

HUGHES, T. G. Lieut., Gen. Staff (Intelligence) 1905 

^HUGHES, T. McK. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 1902 

Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps and Gen. Staff (In- 
telligence), attd. R.F.C. M. 

Killed in action near Polderhoek 5 Feb. 1918 



414 TRINITY COLLEGE 

*HUGHES-GIBB, H. F. Lieut., R.F.A. 1910 

Killed in action 18 April 1917 

HULBERT, H. L. P. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1891 

HULBERT, J. G. Lieut.-Col., I.M.S. 1885 

HULL, Sir C. P. A. Colonel, Middlesex Regt.; Major- 1883 

Gen. K.C.B. C.B. Brevet Colonel. MS. Order 

of St Vladimir, \ih Class, with swords (Russia). 

French Croix de Guerre 

HULTON, A. H. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) ; Capt. (Ad.), R.A.F. 1892 
>^HULTON-SAMS, Rev. F. E. B. Lce.-Corpl., Bedfordshire 1900 

Regt.; Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. 

Killed in action at Hooge 30 July 1915 

HUMPHERY, H. M. Major, Hampshire Regt. (W.) 1894 

HUMPHREYS, W. A. Lieut., 2nd Dragoon Gds. (Queen's 1905 

Bays) 
HUMPHREYS-OWEN, A. E. O. Major, R. Welsh Fus. ; attd. 1898 

Dorset Regt. (W.) 

HUMPHRY, A. M. Major, R.A.M.C. m. 1907 

HUMPHRY, L. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1873 

HUNT, C. A. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps; attd. R. Sussex 1895 

Regt. 

HUNT, E. R. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. M. 1891 

HUNTER, W. E. Lieut., R.A.S.C. and R.F.A. (P.) 1913 

HUNTINGTON, L. W. Lieut., R.N.V.R. (W.) 1903 

^HUNTSMAN, B. C. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. [1914] 

and Derby Regt., T.F.) 

Killed in action 7 April 1917 

HURFORD, C. C. Capt., R.E. 1896 

HURLE, J. C. Capt., W. Somerset Yeo. 1879 

HURRELL, J. N. Lieut., Devon Regt.; attd. Worcester- 1902 

shire Regt. and T.M.B. (P.) 

HUTCHINSON, F. A. J. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1888 

HUTCHINSON, L. T. R. Lieut.-Col., I.M.S. 1889 

HUXLEY, G. A. Capt., R.E. 1906 

HUXLEY, M. H. 2nd Lieut., Grenadier Gds. 1916 

INGLEBY, R. A. O. Hon. Capt., Army Pay Corps 1897 

INGRAM, H. F. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1899 

INGRAM, R. S. S. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. (P.) [1914] 

NGRAM, T. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. D.S.O. M.C. M 2. 1894 

Killed in action 16 Sept. 1916 

INMAN, R. T. Paymaster Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1902 

INNES, A. C. W. Capt., Irish Gds. and R. Irish Fus. 1906 

(W.) M.C. M. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 415 

INSOLE, A. V. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1913 

INSOLE, E. R. Lieut., Gen. List (T.F. Res.) m. 1908 

*!NSOLE, G. C. L. Capt., Welsh Gds. (W.) M.C. 1907 

Killed in action 12 April 1918 

^IPSWICH, Viscount. Lieut., Coldstream Gds. ; Lieut. (A.), 1903 
R.A.F. 

Kitted in flying accident 23 April 1918 

IRELAND, J. F. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) M.C. M. 1907 

IRWIN, C. Major, Cheshire Regt.(T.F.) M.C. M 2. 1907 

* JACKSON, B. R. Capt., Coldstream Gds. 1906 

Killed in action 15 Sept. 1916 
^JACKSON, E. P. 2nd Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. ; attd. 1912 

S. Wales Borderers 

Kitted in action 9 May 1915 
JACKSON, Hon. F. S., M.P. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) ; Lieut.- 1889 

Col., W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F. Res.); empld. Ministry 

of Munitions 
JACKSON, G. C. Lieut., Warwickshire Yeo. and 2nd Life 1912 

Gds.; Capt., Gds. M.G. Regt. 
JACKSON, H. A. Capt. and Adjt., King's Royal Rifle 1904 

Corps. (W2.) (P.) 
JACKSON, H. C. Lieut.-Col., Bedfordshire Regt.; Major- 1897 

Gen. (W2.) C.B. C.M.G. D.S.O. Brevet 

Colonel. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. MS. Officer, Legion 

of Honour (France) 

JACKSON, J. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1909 

JACKSON, R. W. See WARD-JACKSON, R. 
JACKSON, W. E. Pte., Northumberland Fus., Yorkshire 1900 

Regt., and York and Lancaster Regt. 
JAMES, A. I. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) M.C. French Croix 1909 

de Guerre 

JAMES, A. L. Capt., R.E. M.C. 1908 

JAMES, A. W. H. Lieut., 3rd Hussars ; Major (A.), R.A.F. ; 1912 

Lieut.-Col., Dep. Inspector of Training. M.C. M. 
JAMES, Rev. S. R., V.D. C.F. ist Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1874 

C.B.E. m. 

JAMES, T. C. Lieut., Aberystwith Univ. College O.T.C. 1899 
JAMESON, G. J. Capt., S. Irish Horse 1907 

JAMIESON,E.A.O.A. Lieut.-Col. (K.B.),R.A.F. A.F.C. 1899 

M2. 

JANASZ, G. K. A. See DE JANASZ, G. K. A. 

JARMAY, I. B. Capt., Cheshire Yeo.; A.D.C. M. 1903 

JARVIS, L. K. Major, London Yeo.(T.F. Res.) T.D. 1876 



416 TRINITY COLLEGE 

JAY, C. D. Capt., R. Sussex Regt.; Major, M.G.C. 1908 

D.S.O. MI. 
*JEAKES, J. W. Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt. (W.) 1899 

Died 12 Oct. 1917 of wounds received in action 
JEFFREYS, H. G. G. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1904 

JEFFREYS, J. G. Capt., Welsh Regt. and Spec. List 1901 

(A.M.L.O.) 

JEFFREYS, W. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1897 

JEFFRIES, W. F. C. Capt., R. Dublin Fus.; Major, Spec. 1909 

List (Chief Instructor, Reinforcement Camp). (W 2.) 

D.S.O. M2. 

JEMMETT, F. R. Capt., R.E. (Fortress, T.F.) 1904 

^JENKIN, L. F. 2nd Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. ; Capt., [1914! 

R.F.C. (W.) M.C.andBar 

Killed in action n Sept. 1917 
JENKYN, Rev. C. W. O. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. 1802 

M.C. M. 
JEWELL, B. S. Capt., Spec. List (Graves Registration 1899 

Commission). M. 

JEWELL, C. J. S. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1910 

^JoHN, H. G. 2nd Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt.; 1914 

attd. Northumberland Fus. (T.F.) 

Wounded and missing, presumed killed in action, at 

Hooge 1 6 June 1915 

JOHNSON, Rev. A. D. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 1903 
JOHNSON, E. S. See DARMADY, E. S. 
^JOHNSON, G. A. M. T. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (St [1914] 

Pancras Bn.) 

Killed in action 21 May 1917 
JOHNSON, P. R. Major, Devon Regt.(T.F.); empld. War 1898 

Office. (W.) Brevet Major, m. 
^JOHNSON, R. T. Capt., N. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) 1898 

Killed in action near Hulluch 13 Oct. 1915 
^JOHNSON, W. M. Capt., Manchester Regt. 1900 

Killed in action at Montauban 2 July 1916 
JOHNSON-FERGUSON, E. A. J. Major, Lanarkshire Yeo. 1893 

and M.G.C. (W.) T.D. M. 

JOHNSTON, Rev. H. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1893 

JOHNSTONE, G. H. Capt., R. ist Devon Yeo. and Devon 1900 

Regt. (T.F.); Staff Capt. M. 
JOHNSTONE, J. J. Capt. and Adjt., D. of Cornwall's L.I. 1908 

(W.) 
JOICEY, E. Hon. Colonel, Northumberland Fus. (T.F. 1884 

Res.) m. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 417 

, Hon. S. J. D. Capt. and Adjt., Northumberland 1903 

Fus. 

Killed in action 20 March 1916 
JOLLEY, L. B. W. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. (Aircraft Produc- 1904 

tion Dept.) 

JOLLY, H. L. P. Lieut., R.E. 1906 

JOLOWICZ, H. F. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. and Gen. 1909 

List, empld. War Office 

JONES, Rev. BERTRAM. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1901 

*JONES, C. H. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. (W 2.) 1906 

Killed in action 18 Sept. 1918 
JONES, C. W. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. ; G.S.0. 2, War Office. 1899 

C.B. 
* JONES, E. D. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers ; Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1911 

Killed in action 2 April 1918 
^JoNES,F.J.J.R. Trooper, 27th Regt. of Dragoons, French 1913 

Army 

Died 23 Feb. 1915 of wounds received in action 
JONES, Ven. H. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1899 

JONES, Rev. I. K. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

JONES, O. T. Hon. Lieut., Spec. List 1900 

JONES, T. B. Lieut., R. Fusiliers. (W.) (P.) 1907 

JONES, W. D. Lieut.-Col., Spec. List 1873 

JONES, W. P. M. Capt., D. of Lancaster's Own Yeo. 1901 
JOSEPH, H. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. 1897 

JOWETT, A. C. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. 1911 

^JowETT, E. C. Lieut., Northumberland Fus.; Lieut. [1914! 

(A.), R.F.C. 

Died in German hands 9 July 1916 of wounds received 

in action 8 July 1916 
JOY, N. H. Capt., E. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) and Spec. List 1908 

(Officer i/c Anti-Gas Schools). (W.) 

JULER, F. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1898 

JUMP, H. Capt., ist Dragoons. (P.) 1901 

JUMP, R. L. Air Mechanic, R.A.F. 1907 

JUST, T. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1905 

KARNEY, Rev. A. B. Chaplain, R.N.; C.F. 4th Class, 1807 
R.A.C.D. (P.) 

KAYE, G. W. C. Capt., R.E. (London Electrical En- 1905 
gineers, T.F.); Major (T.), R.A.F. (Aircraft Produc- 
tion Dept.) O.B.E. T.D. M. m. 

KEELING, B.F.E. Lieut.-Col., R.E. (W.) O.B.E. M.C. 1898 

M2. 

C.U.W.L. 27 



418 TRINITY COLLEGE 

^REELING, F. H. C.S.M., D. of Cornwall's L.I. (W.) 1904 

Killed in action 18 Aug. 1916 

KEELING, O.K. Capt., R.E.(T.F.) (W.) M. m. 1904 

*KEEN,A. W. Major (A.), R.A.F. M.C. 1913 

Died 2 Sept. 1918 of wounds received in action 15 Aug. 
1918 

KEENAN, J. B. Capt. and Adjt., Irish Gds. (W 2.) 1914 

*KELSEY, A. E. Fleet- Surgeon, R.N.; Capt., R.A.M.C. 1883 
Drowned on H.M. hospital ship Glenart Castle 26 Feb. 
1918 
KEMP-WELCH, H. A. Lieut., Hampshire Regt.(T.F.) and 1906 

M.G.C. 

KEMPE, Rev. E. C. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. 1899 

KEMPSON, E. W. E. Major, R.E. and R.A.S.C. M.C. 1899 

M2. 

KENDALL, F. R. N. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1910 

KENNEDY, Rev. E. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1891 

KENNEDY, Lord H. Lieut., Coldstream Gds. (W 2.) [1914] 

M.C. M. 
* KENNEDY, H. T. 2nd Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt.; Lieut., 1908 

R. Scots Fus.; attd. R.E. (Field Survey Coy.) (W.) 

Killed in action 6 June 1917 
^KENNEDY, J. M. S. Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. 1912 

Killed in action 10 Aug. 1915 
KENNEDY, M. S. N. Capt., Border Regt.; empld. Infy. 1908 

Base Depot. (W.) M. 

KENNEDY, S. D. 2nd Lieut., Spec. List 1900 

KENNEDY, W. T. Capt., Rifle Brigade and King's Liver- 1902 

pool Regt.) 
KENNEDY-COCHRAN-PATRICK, N. J. Capt., R. Scots Fus. ; 1884 

empld. Ministry of National Service. M.B.E. 
KENNEDY-COCHRAN-PATRICK, W. J. C. Capt., Rifle Bri- [1914] 

gade; Major (A.), R.A.F.; S.0. 2, Air Ministry. 

D.S.O. M.C. and Bar. M. 
KENYON, M. N. Lieut., D. of Lancaster's Own Yeo.; 1905 

attd. S. Lanes. Regt. 

KERRY, C. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1904 

KERR, W. H. Lieut., Cheshire Yeo. and nth Hussars 1913 

^KERRISON, R. O. Lieut.-Col., Res. Regt. of Cavalry ; attd. 1891 

Australian F.A. 

Died 1 8 Sept. 1917 of dysentery contracted on active 

service 

KERSEY, R. H. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1909 

KERSHAW, J. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1912 



TRINITY COLLEGE 

KESWICK, H. Capt., King's Own Scottish Borderers ii 
KESWICK, H. G. 2nd Lieut., i3th Hussars 1906 

KIDD, C. B. Lieut., Surrey Yeo. and The Queen's 1898 

(R.W. Surrey Regt.) 

KIDD, F. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1896 

KIDD, H. L. Lieut., R.A.S.C. (Camel Corps) 1898 

KIDD, R. H. 2nd Lieut., R.E. (Signals) 1915 

KILLICK, C. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F. Res.) 1893 

KINAHAN, A. E. Lieut., R.F.A.; Supt., Remount Depot 1890 
KINDERSLEY, Rev. C. E. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1884 
KINDERSLEY,H.R. Major,Dorset Yeo. and Labour Corps 1882 
KINDERSLEY-PORCHER, C. P. W. Capt., Coldstream Gds. 1875 

(R. of O.), empld. Irish Gds.; Lieut.-Col., King's 

Royal Rifle Corps 
*KiNG, A. M. Major, Rifle Brigade 1888 

Killed in action 15 March 1915 

KING, B. N. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1904 

KING, C. Capt., R.A.M.C. O.B.E. 1897 

KiNG,C.M. Capt., Coldstream Gds. ;empld. Gds. Depot 1896 
KING- WEBSTER, H. C. R. Fusiliers 1897 

KINGHAM, W. R. Gnr., H.A.C. 1906 

KINLOCH, Sir G., Bart. Lieut., Gen. List (T.F. Res.); 1898 

empld. Ministry of National Service 
>!<KINNAIRD, Hon. D. A. Capt., Scots Gds. 1898 

Killed in action 24 Oct. 1914 

KINNAIRD, Hon. K. F. Capt., Scottish Horse. M. 1899 

KIRKE SMITH, A. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. nth Bengal 1896 

Lancers and i2th Cavalry 

KIRKPATRICK, Rev. A. P. Chaplain, R.N. 1904 

KITSON, Hon. R. D. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt.; Brigade 1001 

Major. D.S.O. M.C. M 2. 
KITSON, S. D. Capt., Yorkshire Hussars ; Major, A.P.M. 1889 

m. 
KNEESE, Rev. R. H. W. Capt., King's School, Rochester, 1907 

O.T.C.; C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D. 
^KNIGHT, J. O. C. 2nd Lieut., The Queen's (R.W. 1916 

Surrey Regt.) 

Killed in action 30 Nov. 1917 
^KNIGHT, P. C. Pte., H.A.C.; 2nd Lieut., Somerset L.I. ion 

(W.) 

Killed in action i July 1916 
KNIGHT BRUCE, R. E. C. Capt., R. ist Devon Yeo.; 1909 

Major (Ad.), R.A.F. 
KNOBEL, W. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1893 

27 2 



420 TRINITY COLLEGE 

KNOWLES, A. J. Major, London Regt. (Queen's West- 1882 

minster Rifles) 

KNOWLES, D. Capt. (Airship), R.A.F. D.S.C. 1914 

KNOWLES, G. J. F. Capt., R.G.A. M^. French Croix 1898 

de Guerre. Greek Military Cross 
KNOWLES, Sir L., Bart., c.v.o. Lieut.-Col., Lanes. Fus. 1871: 

O.B.E. T.D. 

KNOWLES, R. K. Capt., Manchester Regt. M. 1908 

KNOX, Rev. C. W. Pte., R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Service, 1884 

T.F.) 
KNOX, G. G. Lieut., R.N.V.R. and Spec. List (Intelli- 1906 

gence) 
KOHAN, C. M. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) O.B.E. 1903 

LACE, L. E. C. D. 2nd Lieut., nth Hussars; A.D.C. [1914] 
LACEY, F. A. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. 53rd Silladar Camel 1906 

Corps 
LACY THOMPSON, T. A. Lieut., Northumberland Fus. 1913 

(W.) D.S.O. M.C. M2. 
*LAFONE, E. W. Capt., Durham L.I. (W.) M.C. M. [1914] 

French Croix de Guerre 

Killed in action 15 June 1918 

LAIDLAW, F. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1895 

LAING, B. Capt., Sherwood Rangers ; empld. Admiralty 1896 
LAING, C. M. Capt., Northumberland Yeo.; A.D.C. 1904 

(W 2.) M.C. M 2. Belgian Croix de Guerre 
LAING, J. C. Lieut., Black Watch; empld. Ministry of [1914] 

Munitions 
LAMB, C. H. Major, 44th (W. Australia) Bn., Australian 1906 

Infy. M.C. 

LAMB, G. J. Lieut., Cranleigh School O.T.C. 1909 

LAMB, R. E. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. 1898 

LAMB, R. P. Lieut. (K.B.) an'd Capt. (Ad.), R.A.F. (W.) 1900 
LAMBERT, E. T. Major, Bombay Vol. Artillery 1897 

LAMBERT, H. Lieut., Bengal Nagpur Railway Bn., Indian 1899 

Defence Force 
^LAMBERT, H. M. Capt., ist Dragoons 1897 

Killed in action near Ypres 13 May 1915 
LAMBERT, R. E. Lieut., R.H.A.(T.F.) ; Asst. Inspector, 1901 

Woolwich Arsenal 

LAMBERT, ST J. M. Capt., R.H.A.(T.F.) M. 1903 

LANCASTER, S. Capt., Dorset Regt. ; empld. O.C.B. (W.) 1911 

^LANDALE, D. B. Lieut., Rifle Brigade. M. 1909 

Killed in action 23 Oct. 1914 



TRINITY COLLEGE 421 

LANDER, T. E. Capt., Highland L.I.; Hon. Capt. (A.), 1913 

R.A.F. (W.) (P.) M.C. 
^LANG, A. H. 2nd Lieut., Grenadier Gds. 1909 

Killed in action at Cuinchy 25-26 Jan. 1915 
LANG, B. T. Capt., R.A.M.C. " 1899 

LANG, Rev. L. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

LANGLANDS, N. M. S. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1912 

LARMOUR, Rev. A. C. Capt., Wellington College O.T.C. 1905 
LA TOUCHE, G. G. D. See DIGGES LA TOUCHE, G. G. 
LAURENCE, C. Capt., London Yeo. (Rough Riders) ; attd. 1900 

London Regt. (St Pancras Bn.) (W.) 
LAURENCE, C. H. Gnr., R.F.A. ; attd. Gen. Staff (Intelli- 1899 

gence) 
LAW, R. A. Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. ; empld. War Office. 101 1 

(W.) 
LAWLEY, Sir A., G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E., K.C.M.G. Colonel, Spec. 1879 

List, m 4. Chevalier, Order of Leopold (Belgium) 
LAWRENCE, A. C. C. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1901 

LAWRENCE, B. L. Lieut., Grenadier Gds. (W.) 1909 

^LAWRENCE, C. H. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1913 

Killed in action 13 Oct. 1914 
^LAWRENCE, M. C. Capt., Coldstream Gds. (W.) 1913 

Died 1 6 Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 15 

Sept. 1916 
^LAWRENCE, O. J. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (Post Office 1912 

Rifles).- M. 

Killed in action at Festubert 26 May 1915 
LAWRENCE, W. H. A. Lieut., Essex Regt.; attd. Rifle 1912 

Brigade (T.F.) 
LAWRIE, C. V. E., C.B., D.S.O. Hon. Colonel, King's Own 1874 

Scottish Borderers (T.F. Res.) 

LAWRIE, J. M. 2nd Lieut., Spec. List (Intelligence) 1913 

LAWSON, G. Major, Westmorland and Cumberland Yeo. 1899 

LAWSON, R. C. Capt., Saskatchewan Regt., CanadianForce 1893 

^LAWSON- JOHNSTON, A. McW. Lieut., Buckinghamshire 1904 

Yeo. and Grenadier Gds. M.C. 

Died 22 Feb. 1917 of wounds received in action 
^LAYMAN, F. H. Major, R. Defence Corps 1876 

Died 3 Oct. 1917 
LEA WILSON, B. H. C. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.); empld. 1904 

Egyptian Army 
^LEADER, B. E. Capt., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) 1896 

Killed in action 12 Oct. 1916 
LEADER, E. E. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1901 



422 TRINITY COLLEGE 

LEAF, C. S. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) and [1914] 

M.G.C. 

LEAF,E.H. Lieut.-Col., R.E.(T.F.) 1886 

LEAF, F. A. Lieut., R.E. (Signals); empld. War Office 1909 
LEAF, H. M. Lieut.-Col. , R.E. (London Electrical En- 1881 

gineers, T.F.) (W.) D.S.O. M. 
LEAK, E. A. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R.; Lieut., 1909 

R.A.M.C. 

LEAK, W. N. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1909 

LEATHAM, C. B. Major, King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.); 1912 

attd. London Regt. (W 2.) M.C. and Bar. M. 
LEATHAM, H. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1910 

LEATHER,KJ.W. Lieut. -Col., Durham L.I. (W.) C.B.E. 1896 
*LE BLANC SMITH, C. R. P.O., R.N.R. ; Lieut., Rifle Bri- 1909 

gade. (W.) 

Killed in action in the Ypres Salient 27 Nov. 1915 
LE BLANC SMITH, T. E. Major, R.F.A. (W 2.) M.C. 1913 
*LE BLOND, R. C. G. DU P. Capt., Rifle Brigade 1906 

Died 1 6 May 1915 

LEDWARD, H. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1896 

LEE, A. N. Major, Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1896 

Derby Regt., T.F.); Lieut.-Col., G.S.O. i. D.S.O. 

O.B.E. T.D. MI. Officer, Ordre de la Couronne 

(Belgium). Belgian Croix de Guerre. Order of the 

Sacred Treasure, \ih Class (Japan). Order of the 

Crown of Siam, ^rd Class. Order of the White Eagle, 

\ih Class, with swords (Czecho- Slovakia) 

LEE, C. B. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) 1903 

LEE, W. E. Major, R.A.M.C. 1894 

*LEEKE, CHARLES. Lieut., Grenadier Gds. 1906 

Died ii April 1916 of wounds received in action 
LEEKE, Rev. CHRISTOPHER. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1901 
LEEKE, Rev. E. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1903 

LEEKE, J. A. Capt., Norfolk Regt. (W.) M.C. 1904 

LEFROY, E. J. Capt., Wiltshire Regt. and R.E.; empld. 1911 

War Office. (W.) 
^LEFROY, F. P. 2nd Lieut., R.E. [ I 9 I 4\ 

Killed in action 28 April 1916 
LEGG, Sir G. E. W., M.V.O. Capt., S. Staffs. Regt. (R. of 1887 

O.) K.B.E. Chevalier, Legion of Honour (France) 
LEHMANN, F. H. See LAYMAN, F. H. 
LEITH, H. G. Colonel, Northumberland Yeo.; Dep. 1898 

Controller of Salvage, War Office. C.B. C.B.E. 

M 2. Officer, Order of the Crown of Italy 



TRINITY COLLEGE 423 

LE LACHEUR, W. J. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1895 

LE RAY, H. G. 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. ; Lieut., 1914 
R.F.A. (P.) 

LE ROY- LEWIS, H., C.B., D.S.O., T.D. Colonel, General 1879 
Staff; Military Attache, Paris. C.M.G. M. Com- 
mander, Legion of Honour (France). French Croix de 
Guerre. Order of St Stanislas, ist Class (Russia). 
Order of St Anne, yrd Class (Russia). Order of Danilo, 
2.nd Class (Montenegro). Order of the Black Star of 
Benin, ist Class. Order of the Crown of Roumania, 
yd Class. Order of the White Eagle, \th Class (Serbia) 

LESLIE, A. Lieut., R.F.A.; empld. Ministry of Muni- 1908 
tions ; Capt., Spec. List (Courts-Martial Officer). (W.) 

LESLIE-MELVILLE, A. B. Capt. and Adjt., Sherwood 1881 
Foresters (Notts, and Derby Regt., T.F.) (W.) M. 

LEVER, D. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1906 

LEVETT, A. R. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps and 1914 
Suffolk Regt. 

LEVETT, E. C. Capt., R.E. (Fortress, T.F.) 1907 

LEVI, W. H. Lce.-CorpL, Essex Regt. 1914 

^LEVINGE, H. G. Lieut.-Col., Norfolk Regt. and Loyal 1883 
N. Lanes. Regt. M. 
Killed in action in Gallipoli 10 Aug. 1915 

LEVITA, C. E. Capt., Spec. List (A.P.M.) M. 1886 

LEVITA, H. P. Hon. Lieut.-Col., Spec. List; Draft Con- 1879 
ducting Officer; Cmdt., Command Depot, m. Order 
of St Stanislas, 2nd Class (Russia) 
^LEWIN, K. R. Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. 1906 

Killed in action 9 March 1916 

*LEWTHWAITE, C. G. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) M.C. 1903 
M. 
Killed in action 29 July 1917 

LEWTHWAITE, W. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1901 

^LiAS, R. J. M. Pte., Middlesex Regt. (P.S. Bn.); Lieut., 1909 
R. Sussex Regt. 
Killed in action 23 Feb. 1916 

LiCHFiELD,Earlof. Capt., London Regt. (L.R.B.); A.D.C. 1902 
M. 

LICHTENBERG, W. A. Lieut., R.G.A. 1911 

LIDDELL, C. F. J. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps; 1908 
Capt., Spec. List (cmdg. T.M.B.) M.C. Chevalier, 
Ordre de la Couronne (Belgium). Belgian Croix de 
Guerre 

LIDDERDALE, F. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. M. 1888 



4 2 4 TRINITY COLLEGE 

^LIGHTBODY, W. P. Lieut., Norfolk Regt. 1911 

Killed in action 26 Sept. 1915 

LINDEMERE, V. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. 1900 

LiNDLEY,W.M. Capt., R.E. (Signals). M.C. M. Che- 1910 

valier, Legion of Honour (France) 
LINDSAY, J. H. Lieut.-Col., London Regt. (London 1880 

Scottish). (W.) D.S.O. M2. 
LINDSAY, Hon. L. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.); Capt., 1897 

King's Royal Rifle Corps; empld. O.C.B. and 

Foreign Office. M.C. Chevalier, Legion of Honour 

(France) 
^LINGARD, J. R. Lieut., Manchester Regt.; attd. Lanes. 1903 

Fus. 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 21 Aug. 1915 
^LISTER, A. H. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) C.M.G. 1883 

M. 

Died 1 7 July 1916 of tuberculosis 

LISTER, A. R. Capt., R.F.A.; Staff Capt. M.C. M. 1913 
LISTER, Sir W. T. Colonel, A.M. S. K.C.M.G. C.M.G. 1886 

M $. m. 
LITTLEBOY, C. N. Capt., Durham L.I.(T.F.) and Sher- 1913 

wood Foresters (Notts, and Derby Regt., T.F.) (W 2.) 

M.C. and Bar 
LITTLEWOOD, J. E. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.); empld. 1903 

Ministry of Munitions 
LLEWELYN-DAVIES, P. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps. [1914] 

M.C. 
^LLEWELYN-DAVIES, R. A. Lieut., R. Fusiliers. Serbian 1911 

Distinguished Service Medal 

Killed in action 4 Oct. 1918 
*LLOYD, A. S. Lieut., R.F.A. M.C. 1907 

Killed in action 4 Aug. 1916 

LLOYD, C. G. Capt., E. Riding of Yorkshire Yeo. M. 1905 
LLOYD, E. A. Lieut., London Regt. (R. Fus.); Major, 1904 

D.A.D. Docks. (W.) M. 

LLOYD, E. I. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1911 

LLOYD, Sir G. A., M.P. Capt., Warwickshire Yeo. and 1898 

Gen. Staff. G.C.I.E. C.I.E. D.S.O. M 3. Order 

of St Anne, ^rd Class, with swords (Russia) 
LLOYD, H. C. Capt., Yorkshire Regt. 1909 

LLOYD, H. G. Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. and Gen. 1912 

Staff. (W.) M.C. 
*LLOYD, J. F. S. Major, N. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) 1900 

Killed in action 18 June 1915 



TRINITY COLLEGE 425 

LLOYD, L. S. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1908 

LLOYD, R. LL. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1913 

LLOYD GREAME, Y. Lieut., R.F.A. 1890 

LLOYD-JONES, I. G. Hon. Major, Gen. List (T.F. Res.) 1888 

TD. 

LLOYD- WILLIAMS, A. R. C. Lieut., Lanes. Fus. 1899 

LOCKER-LAMPSON, G. L. T. 2nd Lieut., Wiltshire Yeo. 1894 

(T.F. Res.) 
LOCKER-LAMPSON, O. S. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. (Arm- 1900 

oured Car Section). C.M.G. D.S.O. Officer, Order 

of Leopold (Belgium). Order of St Vladimir, ^rd Class, 

with swords (Russia) 
LOCKETT, J. Lieut., Lanes. Hussars ; attd. King's (Liver- 1900 

pool Regt.) 

LOCKETT, V.N. Capt., iyth Lancers; Major, 1 9th Hussars 1899 
LOCKYER, W. J. S. Major (T.), R.A.F. 1887 

LODER, J. DE V. Capt., R. Sussex Regt.(T.F.) and Gen. [1914] 

Staff (Intelligence). M. 

LODER, N. W. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1905 

*LODER, R. E. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt.(T.F.); Staff Capt. 1906 

M2. 

Killed in action 29 March 1917 

LONG, W. G. 2nd Lieut., Tank Corps 1916 

^LONGBOTTOM, H. 2nd Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. 1913 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 9 Aug. 1915 
LONGHURST, A. L. Lieut.-CoL, 7th Gurkha Rifles, Indian 1891 

Army. (W2.) Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. M \. 
LONGHURST, H. B. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (Rangers) 1909 
LONGMAN, H. K. Capt., Gordon Hdrs. (R. of O.) ; Major, 1900 

D.A.Q.M.G. D.S.O. M.C. M 3. 
LONGMAN, R. G. Capt., Gordon Hdrs.; empld. O.C.B. 1902 

(W.) . 
KLONGRIDGE, Rev. A. O. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1902 

(W-) 

Died 12 Oct. 1918 of pneumonia following influenza 

and gas-poisoning 

LONGRIDGE, Rev. M. Chaplain, R.N. 1891 

LONGSTAFF, C. C. Lieut., Durham L.I. (W.) 1914 

^LONSDALE, A. C. G. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps; 1910 

attd. R. Scots Fus. 

Killed in action 10 March 1915 
^LOVETT, Rev. R. D. Pte., Middlesex Regt. 1890 

Killed in action July 1916 
LOWE, H. ST A. Capt., Radley College O.T.C. 1894 



426 TRINITY COLLEGE 

*LOWRY CORRY, F. R. H. Lieut., R.F.A. 1908 

Died 30 Sept. 1915 of wounds received in action 25 Sept. 



LOWTHER, C. W. Capt., Westmorland and Cumberland 1905 

Yeo.; Major, A.P.M. (W.) M. 
LOYD, E. N. F. Capt., Warwickshire Yeo.; Lieut., La- 1899 

hour Corps 
*LOYD, L. F. I. Capt., Lovat's Scouts ; Major, Worcester- 1898 

shire Yeo. 

Died 21 Sept. 1918 of pneumonia 

LOYD, R. A. Capt., Remount Service 1904 

LOYD, W, H. Lieut., R.E. and Spec. List (R.T.O.) 1913 

^LUBBOCK, Hon. H. F. P. Lieut, and Adjt., W. Kent 1906 

Yeo.; Lieut., Grenadier Gds. 

Killed in action 4 April 1918 

LUCAS, A. R. F. Major, R.F.A. (W.) M.C. M. 1912 

LUCAS, C. E. Capt., R. Fusiliers; Staff Capt. m 2. 1904 

LUCAS, D. Pte., H.A.C.; Lieut., Spec. List. m. 1906 

LUCAS, E. M. Major, Remount Service 1879 

LUCAS, F. L. Lieut., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt.) 1913 

and Gen. Staff (Intelligence). (W 2.) M. 
LUCAS, G. M. E. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) ; Capt., R. 1906 

Inniskilling Fus. M2. 

LUCAS, H. A. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M 2. 1904 

*LucAS, K. Capt., R.F.C. (Hampshire Aircraft Parks, 1898 

T.F.) 

Killed in flying accident 5 Oct. 1916 
LUCAS, W.G. Major,R. Fusiliers ;attd. R.N.A.S.; Lieut.- 1900 

Col., R.G.A. 

LUCAS, W. L. Major, R.F.A. (W.) 1885 

LUCKOCK, E. H. M. Capt., S. Wales Borderers (T.F.); 1890 

empld. Musketry Staff, m 2. 
LUCKOCK, R. M. Lieut.-Col., King's Own (R. Lancaster 1896 

Regt.); G.S.O. i. C.M.G. D.S.O. Brevet Lieut.- 

Colonel. M 8. Officer, Legion of Honour (France). 

French Croix de Guerre 
LUMLEY, C. H. Capt., S. Lanes. Regt.; empld. Ministry 1898 

of Munitions. (W.) M.B.E. m. Chevalier, Legion 

of Honour (France) 
LUMLE Y- SMITH, T. G. Capt., 2ist Lancers; Major, 1898 

A.P.M. D.S.O. M2. 

LUMSDEN, J. A. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1897 

LUMSDEN, W. F. Major, R.G.A. ; Lieut.-Col., A.Q.M.G. 1898 

D.S.O. M2. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 427 

LUND,H. Capt., R.A.M.C. (2nd W. Gen. Hospital, T.F.) 1878 
LUPTON, A. C. Capt., Yorkshire Hussars and Remount 1893 

Service 
LUPTON, B. C. Capt., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1913 

Regt., T.F.) (W2.) M.C.andBar 
*LUPTON, F. A. Major, W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) 1904 

Killed in action 19 Feb. 1917 
LUPTON, H. R. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt.; attd. North- 1912 

umberland Fus. (W 4.) M.C. M. 
*LUPTON, L. M. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) M 2. 1910 

Killed in action 1 6 July 1916 
*LUPTON, M. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. 1906 

Killed in action 19 June 1915 
LUPTON, N. D. Major, W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) and 1894 

London Regt. (Rifles); Major, Spec. List (Cmdt., 

Reception Camp) 

LYCETT, C. V. L. Capt., R.E. (Signals). (W.) M. 1912 

LYELL,G.D. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 7th Hariana Lancers 1905 

LYMAN, T. Major, Engineers, United States Army 1901 

*LYON, E. L. Major, i8th Hussars; attd. Somerset L.I. 1896 

(W2.) M. 

Died 17 Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 
LYON, R. E., V.D. Hon. Colonel, R.F.A.(T.F. Res.) C.B. 1884 
LYSTER, L. F. Lieut., R.A.O.C. 1909 

LYTHGOE, R. J. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1915 

LYTTELTON, A. G. Major, Welsh Regt.; Lieut.-Col., 1903 

M.G.C. D.S.O. Brevet Major. M 4. 
LYTTELTON, Rev. Hon. C. F. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

M.C. 

LYTTELTON, Hon. G. W. Lieut., Eton College O.T.C. 1902 
LYTTELTON, O. Capt., Grenadier Gds.; Brigade Major. 1912 

(W.) D.S.O. M.C. M2. 
LYTTELTON, Hon. R. G. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1913 

French Croix de Guerre 



MAcANDREW,C.G. Capt., Ayrshire Yeo.; Major, M.G.C. 1906 

(Cavalry) 
MACARTHUR-ONSLOW, J. W. Colonel, Australian Oversea 1887 

Transport Service 
MACARTNEY, C. A. 2nd Lieut., Hampshire Regt. ; Lieut., 1914 

R.F.A.;attd. T.M.B. (W.) 
^MACARTNEY, H. B. G. Capt., R. Fusiliers 1893 

Killed in action 24 June 1915 



428 TRINITY COLLEGE 

MACBETH, A. H. Capt., D. of Cornwall's L.I. 1903 

McCALL, H. W. Lieut.-Col., Yorkshire Regt. ; A.A. and 1897 

Q.M.G. (W.) C.M.G. D.S.O. Brevet Lieut.- 

Colonel. M 2. Chevalier, Legion of Honour (France). 

Order of the Nile, \th Class (Egypt) 
McCALL, H. W. L. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. 
McCALMAN, J. A. C. Capt., E. Surrey Regt. 
MCCANDLISH, P. D. Major, Argyll and Sutherland 

Hdrs. (R. of O.); Lieut.-Col., A.Q.M.G. C.B.E. 

D.S.O. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. Brevet Major. M%. 

Order of the White Eagle, $th Class (Serbia). 
McCLiNTOCK, Rev. E. L. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. u 
McCLiNTOCK BUNBURY, Hon. T. L. Lieut., Spec. List, i! 

M.B.E. M. Cavalier, Order of the Crown of Italy. 

Italian Croce di Guerra 
McCLURE, K. A. J. Capt., Middlesex Regt. and Spec. i< 

List, empld. British Military Mission 
McCoRMiCK, E. H. Lieut., United States Naval Air i< 

Service 
McCoRMiCK, L. J. Capt., 343rd Infy. Bn., United States i 

Army 
McCosH,R. Capt.,LanarkshireYeo.;Major,D.A.Q.M.G. i 

O.B.E. M.C. M 2. Order of the Nile, tfh Class 



(Egypt) 
:Ci 



McCRAiTH, K. Y. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 

and Derby Regt., T.F.) and Gen. Staff. (W.) 
MACDONA,C.L. Major, Spec. List (D.A.D.R.T.) O.B.E. 

M. 

MACDONALD, A. D. Capt., R.F.A. 
MACDONALD, Rev. A. J. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
McDouGAL, E. T. M. Lieut., Scots Gds. M.C. M. 
MACEWEN, D. L., C.B. Lieut.-Col., Cameron Hdrs.; 

Brig.-Gen.; D.Q.M.G., E. Command. C.M.G. M. 

Commander, Legion of Honour (France) 
McEwEN, J. H. F. Capt., Cameron Hdrs.; Hon. Capt. 1912 

(0.),R.A.F. (P.) 
*McEwEN, J. R. D. Lieut., R. Scots Fus.;A.D.C. [1914] 

Killed in action 12 Oct. 1916 
MACGREGOR, D. H. Lieut., R.E. (Signals, T.F.); Capt., 1898 

G.S.0. 3 . M.C. M. 
MACGREGOR, M. E. Capt., Spec. List 
MclNTYRE, E. Capt., Cameron Hdrs. and Labour Corps 
MCINTYRE, N. Capt., R.A.S.C. 
MACIVER, C. R. Capt., R.E. (Light Railways). (W.) 



TRINITY COLLEGE 429 

, E. R. Capt., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. 1903 
Killed in action in Gallipoli 13 June 1915 
MACKAY, G. R. Pte., H.A.C.; Lieut., London Regt. 1911 

(Q.V.R.) 

MACKAY, Hon. K. Capt., i2th Lancers 1906 

MACKAY, R. D. Lieut., London Regt. (Rangers) 1908 

MACKENNALL, Rev. W. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1903 
^MACKENZIE, C. R. Flt.-Cdr., R.N.A.S. D.S.O. M. 1910 
French Croix de Guerre 
Killed in action 24 Jan. 1917 
^McKENZiE, J. 2nd Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. 1914 

Killed in action 30 Oct. 1915 
MACKENZIE, L. H. L. Major, I.M.S. (W.) Brevet 1899 

Major. M. 

MACKENZIE, S.M. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1898 

MCKERRELL BROWN, J. Capt., Seaforth Hdrs. ; Capt. and 1907 

Adjt., Highland L.I.; attd. Gen. Staff, m. 
MACKINLAY, A. B. Pte., R. Fusiliers 1911 

MACKWORTH-PRAED, C. W. Lieut., Scots Gds. 1911 

MACLAREN, D. Lieut., King's Own Scottish Borderers 1896 
McLAREN, D. B. Lieut., Canadian F.A. 1892 

MACLAREN, N. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) T.D. 1894 

^McLAREN, S. B. Lieut., R.E. (Signals) 1897 

Died 13 Aug. 1916 of wounds received in action 
McLEAN, A. Major and Adjt., Inns of Court O.T.C. 1895 

M.B.E. Brevet Major, m 2. 

MCLEAN, C. Capt., R.G.A. (W.) 1900 

^MACMASTER, D. C. D. Lieut., Cameron Hdrs. 1913 

Killed in action 26 Sept. 1915 

^MACMICHAEL, M. W. A. 2nd Lieut., Devon Regt. ; Capt., 1913 
Essex Regt. 

Died 1 6 Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 
>^MACMICKING, G. T. G. 2nd Lieut., Cambridgeshire Regt. 1913 

Died in Holland n Nov. 1918 

MACMILLAN, D. 2nd Lieut., S. Notts. Hussars 1909 

MACMILLAN, J. M. Capt., R. Defence Corps 1896 

^MACMULLEN, E. R. Capt., E. African Force ; A.D.C. M. 1903 

Killed in action 30 June 1916 
*MACNAGHTEN, A. C. R. S. Lieut., Black Watch 1906 

Killed in action 29 Oct. 1914 
^MACNAGHTEN, Sir A. D., Bart. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1914 

Killed in action 15 Sept. 1916 

MACNAGHTEN, C. M. Lieut.-Col., 4th (N.S.W.) Bn., 
Australian Force. (W 2.) C.M.G. M. 



430 TRINITY COLLEGE 



, J. Lieut.-CoL, King's Own Scottish Borderers 
Wounded and prisoner, presumed killed in action, 12 July 



McNEiLE, J. H. Lieut., Coldstream Gds. (W.) (P.) 
*MACNEILL, A. D. Capt., R.G.A. 

Killed in action 29 July 1917 

MACNUTT, Rev. F. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 
MAcRoBERT, T. M. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 
MADAN, A. G. Lieut., R. Fusiliers. (W.) 
^MADDOX, J. M. 2nd Lieut., Lanes. Fus. 

Killed in action 12 Aug. 1916 
MAILLET, A. L. Battery Cdr., Belgian Artillery 
MAINPRIZE, S. L. 2nd Lieut., Army Cyclist Corps; 

Lieut., Tank Corps and R.E. (Signals) 
MAIR, R. P. Capt., Sussex Yeo. 
^MAITLAND, Hon. A. H. Major, Cameron Hdrs. 

Killed in action 19 Sept. 1914 
iMAiTLAND, E. M. Lieut.-Col., Essex Regt.; Wing Cdr., 

R.N.A.S.; Brig.-Gen., R.A.F. C.M.G. D.S.O. 

A.F.C. American Distinguished Service Medal 
^MAITLAND, G. McD. 2nd Lieut., Irish Gds. 

Killed in action at Klein Zillebeke i Nov. 1914 
MAITLAND, J. Lieut., R.G.A. M 2. 
^MAITLAND-MAKGILL-CRICHTON, C. J. Lieut., Seaforth 

Hdrs.; Major, Gordon Hdrs. 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 
MAKINS, F. K. Trooper, Chota Nagpur Light Horse, 

Indian Defence Force 

MAKINS, Sir P. A., Bart. Major, Remount Service 
MAKOWER, W. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 
MALCOLM-DICKINSON, W. 2nd Lieut., R. Scots Fus.; 

Capt., Highland L.I. ; empld. O.C.B. (W 2.) 
*MALDEN, W. Capt., R.A.M.C.(istE. Gen. Hospital,T.F.) 1877 

Died Nov. 1918 

MALIM, F. B. Capt., Haileybury College O.T.C. 1891 

MALLABY-DEELEY, G. M. Lieut., 5th Dragoon Gds. 1915 

MALLALIEU, W. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) 1912 

MALLISON, H. V. Pte., Durham L.I. 1915 

MANCHESTER, Duke of. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1894 

MANDER, C. A. Major, Staffordshire Yeo. (W.) T.D. 1903 
*MANDER, D'A. W. Major, Durham L.I. 1888 

Killed in action 20 Sept. 1914 
MANDER, F. W. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1891 

1 Killed in the wreck of airship 'R. 38,' Sept. 1921 



TRINITY COLLEGE 431 

MANDER, G. LE M. Lieut., Spec. List, empld. Ministry 1900 

of National Service; Hon. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 
MANDLEBERG, J. H. 2nd Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. (T.F. 1904 

Res.);attd. R.N.A.S. 
MANDLEBERG, L. C. Major, Lanes. Fus. (W.) D.S.O. 1911 

M.C.andBar. M 2. 

MANLEY, R. S. Capt., Staffordshire Yeo. 1911 

MANN,E.W. Gnr., R.F.A. ; attd. British Embassy, Copen- 1901 

hagen 
*MANN, LA. Lieut., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles, T.F.) ; 1913 

attd. R.F.C. M.C. 

Killed in action 9 Aug. 1916 
MANNERS, Hon. F. H. Lieut., Grenadier Gds. (W.) 1914 

M.C. 
MANNERS, Sir G. Major, A.P.M., London District ; attd. 1879 

Cyclist Bde. M. 
JMANSEL-PLEYDELL, J. M. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. ; A.D.C. 1903 

Died 22 Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 
MANSFIELD, R. S. Capt., R.E. (Signals); Staff Capt. 1910 

O.B.E. M. 
MANSON, C. M. Capt., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey [1914] 

Regt., T.F.); Hon. Capt. (O.), R.A.F. 
*MAPPLEBECK, G. W. Capt., N. Staffs. Regt. M. 1898 

Died 30 July 1917 of wounds received in action 
MARC, G. J. A. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.); Staff Capt. M. 1908 
MARDON, H. A. Pte., R. Fusiliers 1911 

^MARGERISON, C. W. Lieut., Border Regt. M. 

Died 6 July 1916 of wounds received in action i July 

1916 

MARIGOLD, J. E. 2nd Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. 1912 
MARKS, J. D. 2nd Lieut., 5th Dragoon Gds.; Lieut., 1907 

R.F.A. 
MARLBOROUGH, Duke of, T.D. Hon. Colonel, Oxford and 1890 

Bucks. L.I. and Gen. Staff 

MARLING, W. J. P. Major, Gloucestershire Regt. 1884 

MARSDEN, C. A. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1913 

MARSDEN, Rev. E. McL. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1888 

^MARSH, A. S. Capt., Somerset L.I. 1909 

Killed in action 6 Jan. 1916 

MARSH, F. D. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M.C. 1907 

MARSHALL, A. P. Lieut., Cameron Hdrs.(T.F.); Capt., 1895 

O.C.B. 
^MARSHALL, A. S. F. Section Sanitaire, French Army 1897 

Died 25 July 1918 from the effects of war service 



432 TRINITY COLLEGE 

MARSHALL, W. S. D. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1893 

MARSHAM, Rev. A. F. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1904 

MARSON, A. A. Major, R.F.A. M.C. M. 1909 

MARTEN, A. J. Major, R.F.A. ; empld. Ministry of Muni- 1 892 

tions 

MARTIN, S. P. Capt. (Motor-boat), R.A.F. 1913 

MARTIN, T. L. Indian Defence Force 1903 

^MARTIN, W. F. Major, Leicestershire Yeo. M. 1894 

Killed in action 13 May 1915 

MARTIN, W. M. Corpl., Scots Gds. (W.) 1904 

MARTIN-TOMSON, W. J. Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. (P.) 1907 

MARTINET, M. Trooper, 29th Dragoons, French Army 1911 
MAR YON WILSON, A. G. See WILSON, A. G. MAR YON 

MASSINGBERD, S. Major, Lincolnshire Regt. and Gen. 1888 

Staff. M. 

^MASTER, G. G. O. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.) 1913 

Killed in action 25 July 1916 

MASTER, L. C. H. Lieut., R.F.A. ; A.D.C. (W.) 1909 

MASTERTON, H. W. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1907 

MATHER, A. Lieut., Highland L.I. (T.F.) 1904 

^MATHER, A. L. 2nd Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt. 1904 

Killed in action 7 Jan. 1917 

MATHER, E. G. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) M. 1901 

MATHER, Rev. H. Section Sanitaire, French Army 1893 

MATHER, L. E. Capt., R.E.(T.F.) 1905 
MATHESON, I. McL. A. Capt., Lothians and Border [1914] 

Horse. O.B.E. French Croix de Guerre. Order of 

the White Eagle, $th Class (Serbia) 

MATHEW, F. A. H. Capt., R.E. (W.) O.B.E. M.C. 1911 

M 2. French Croix de Guerre 

MATHIAS, C. D. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1895 

MATTHEWS, E. A. C. Major, I.M.S. D.S.O. M. 1891 

MATTHEWS, E. C. Lieut., Middlesex Regt.; Capt. Gen. 1911 

List (P. and B.T. Staff) 

MAUDE, E. A. W. Capt., N. Irish Horse ; A.D.C. ; Capt., 1913 

Tank Corps 

MAUNSELL, S. A. W. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1909 

MAXWELL, I. CONSTABLE. Capt., Cameron Hdrs. (W.) 1910 

MAXWELL, M. T. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) M.C. 1907 

MAXWELL, R. CONSTABLE. Major, Spec. List, attd. 1910 

Egyptian Army and R.N.A.S. M. 

^MAXWELL, W. F. J. Lieut., King's Own Scottish Bor- 1905 

derers (T.F.) 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 13 Aug. 1915 



TRINITY COLLEGE 433 

MAXWELL, W. H. Major, King's (Liverpool Regt., T.F.) 1893 

T.D. 

MAY, G. H. Capt., Canadian A.S.C. 1905 

^MAYBROOK, W. R. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 1913 

2nd Lieut., Wiltshire Regt. 

Killed in action 24 April 1916 

MAYER, P. G. Capt., Rifle Brigade. (W 2.) 1912 

MAYHEWE, K. G. 2nd Lieut., Grenadier Gds. 1903 

MAYNE, Rev. W. C. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. 1896 

MEAKIN, B. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1903 

MEAKIN, L. Major, R.A.M.C.; D.A.D.M.S. (W.) M. 1901 

MEAKIN, W. Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) 1895 

MEDCALF, H. Capt., Hampshire Aircraft Parks (T.F.) 1905 

MEDLYCOTT, H. M. Major, Dorset Yeo.(T.F. Res.) 1893 

MEEK, J. 2nd Lieut., Unattd. List, T.F. 1906 

MEIER, F. A. Capt., Rugby School O.T.C. 1907 

MELLER, R. W. Surgeon Lieut., R.N.; attd. R.A.F. 1905 

MELLER, S. A. Capt. (K.B.), R.A.F. M. 1904 

^MELVILLE, H. C. 2nd Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1905 

and Derby Regt.) 

Killed in action in the Ypres Salient 14 Feb. 1916 

MELVILLE- SMITH, H. McL. 2nd Lieut., R.E. (Fortress, 1912 

T.F. Res.) 

^MERCER, E. D. 2nd Lieut., Lanes. Fus. 1913 

Died 2 May 1917 of wounds received in action 

MERCER, H. Bt. Colonel, 3rd Dragoon Gds. (R. of O.); 1880 

cmdg. Res. Regt. of Cavalry 

MERCER, J. Instructor Cdr., R.N. 1903 

^MERRYWEATHER, C. W. Major, Lanes. Fus. (W.) M. 1900 

Killed in action 23 Nov. 1916 

MERTON, G. Major (A.), R.A.F. (W.) M.C. M 2. 1911 

METHUEN, A. P. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. (W 2.) 1903 

*MEWS, J. K. Capt., London Regt. (R. Fus.) (W.) [1914] 

Died 24 Aug. 1918 of wounds received in action 

^MEYRICK, E. E. Lce.-Sergt., Cambridgeshire Regt. 1912 

Died 30 July 1916 of sickness contracted on active 

service 

MEYSEY-THOMPSON, A. DE C. C. Lieut., R.F.A. ; empld. 1905 

Ministry of Munitions 

MEYSEY-THOMPSON, E. C., M .P. Lieut.- Col., R.F .A. m. 1877 

MEYSEY-THOMPSON, H. C. Capt., King's Royal Rifle 1902 

Corps. (W.) 

N. B. Capt., R. Fusiliers. (W.) M. 1905 

Killed in action 22 March 1918 

C.U.W.L. , 28 



434 TRINITY COLLEGE 



MIDDLETON, R. C. G. Capt. and Adjt., R. Sussex Regt. 1909 

2V.) M.C. M 2. French Croix de Guerre. Belgian 
roix de Guerre 

MIDGLEY, E. C. Capt., Spec. List (Asst. Area Gas Officer) 1900 
MILBURN, A. Lieut., 2Oth Hussars; attd. Staffordshire 1910 

Yeo. 

MILBURN, A. W. Capt., Northumberland Yeo. M. 1905 

MILBURN, J. D. Lieut., Black Watch 1904 

MILBURN, Sir L. J., Bart. Lieut., Res. Regt. of R. Horse 1902 

Gds.;A.P.M. (W.) 
^MILBURN, R. G. 2nd Lieut., E. Surrey Regt. 1912 

Killed in action 9 Feb. 1915 
MILDMAY, Rt. Hon. F. B. Hon. Lieut.-Col., W. Kent 1879 

Yeo.; A.D.C.; attd. Gen. Staff. T.D. M 4. 
*MILEY, M. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1908 

Died 30 Dec. 1915 of wounds received in action 
MILLAIS, J. G. Lt.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. (Intelligence) 1883 

MILLER, C. D. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1887 

Derby Regt., T.F. Res.) 
MILLER, C. H. Colonel, A.M.S. C.B.E. M. m. Jap- 1894 

anese Order of Merit 
^MILLER, E. C. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 1897 

Killed in action 23 Oct. 1914 
MILLER, E. D., D.S.O. Capt., i7th Lancers (R. of O.); 1883 

Lieut.-Col., Pembroke Yeo.; C.B.E. M 2. 
MILLER, G. W. M. Capt., R. Scots (T.F.) ; Major, [1914] 

Durham L.I. M.C. M. 

MILLER, R. B. Major, R.F.A 1905 

MILLER, R. W. R. Lieut., R.E. ; empld. Ministry of Muni- 1910 

tions 

MILLS, F. R. Lieut., R. Fusiliers; attd. R.E. (W.) 1897 

*MiLLS, T. R. Lieut., Manchester Regt.(T.F.) 1906 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 4 June 1915 
MILNE, A. A. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt.; empld. 1900 

War Office. (W.) 
^MiLNE, A. R. Capt. and Adjt., Hertfordshire Regt. [1914] 

Killed in action 31 July 1917 
MILNE, E. A. Lieut., R.N.V.R.; empld. Ministry of 1914 

Munitions. M.B.E. 

MILNE, E. O. Capt., Somerset L.I.(T.F.) (W.) 1913 

MILNER, M. H., M.V.O., D.S.O. Major, Remount Service 1883 

and Spec. List; A.D.C. M. Belgian Croix de Guerre 
MILNES-GASKELL, E. Major, Yorkshire Dragoons ; Asst. 1896 

Special Salvage Officer. M 2. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 435 

MILSOM, C. F. Major, R.A.S.C. D.S.O. M 3. 1901 

MILSOM, H. L. Capt., Somerset L.I. (W.) 1907 

MIRRLEES, A. J. Major, Sherwood Rangers. O.B.E. M. 1895 

MITCHELL, E. S. Capt., Worcestershire Regt. (W.) 1913 

M.C. 

MITCHELL, Rev. P. R. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D. O.B.E. 1895 

m. 

*MITFORD, Hon. C. B. O. F. Major, loth Hussars. (W.) 1896 

D.S.O. 

Killed in action 13 May 1915 

MOLONY, B. C. Capt., Hertfordshire Regt.; Staff Capt. 1911 

(Wa.) O.B.E. M. 

MOLTENO, D. J. Cadet, R.M.C., Sandhurst 1913 

MOMBER, R. M. S. T. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1906 

MONCKTON, T. A. Lieut.-Col. (T.), R.A.F. O.B.E. M. 1905 

MONCRIEFF, D. C. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W 2.) M.C. 1909 

MONKSWELL, Lord. 2nd Lieut., Spec. List (Interpreter) 1894 

and R.F.A. 

MONTAGU, J. G. E. Major, R.F.A. (W 2.) 1911 

MOOR, F. Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt. (W.) M.C. 1911 

MOORE, A. H. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1900 

MOORE, A. H.-G. C. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1914 

and Derby Regt., T.F.) 

MOORE, E. S. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1901 

^MOORE, G. A. C. Lieut., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 1910 

Died ii July 1915 of wounds received in action in 

Gallipoli 28 June 1915 

MOORE- ANDERSON, A. P. Capt., S. African Med. Corps. 1892 

M2. 

MOORE-BRABAZON, J. T. C. Lieut.-Col., R.A.F.; S.O. i, 1901 

Air Ministry. M.C. M 2. Chevalier, Legion of 

Honour (France) 
*MOORSOM, A. E. Pte., R.A.M.C.(T.F.); Lieut., Suffolk 1912 

Regt.(T.F.) 

Died 3 Aug. 1916 of wounds received in action 15 July 

1916 

MOORSOM, C. W. M. Capt., Harrow School O.T.C. 1893 

MORCOM, R. K. Lieut.-Col., R.E. C.B.E. M.B.E. 1896 

M2. 

MOREING, A. C. Capt., London Regt. (R. Fus.) 1909 

MOREING, A. H., M.P. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) M. 1907 

^MORGAN, A. C. p. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) M. 1903 

Killed in action at the Hohenzollern Redoubt 13 Oct. 
1915 

28 2 



436 TRINITY COLLEGE 

MORGAN, S. C. Major, S. Wales Borderers and Gen. 1906 

Staff (O.C.B.) (W.) M.B.E. mz. 
MORISON, Sir T., K.C.I.E. Lieut., Cambridgeshire Regt.; 1882 

Lieut.-CoL, G.S.O. i, War Office. K.C.S.I. C.B.E. 

M. Officer, Order of Leopold (Belgium) 

MORLEY, C., jun. Lieut., R.F.A. 1903 

MORLEY, C. C. Lieut., R.N.V.R. O.B.E. 1896 

MORLEY, Hon. C. H. Capt., Grenadier Gds. (W.) M. 1906 
MORLEY, F. W. Lieut., Somerset L.I.(T.F.); empld. 1900 

Ministry of National Service 

MORRICE, G. W. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. 1902 

MORRIS, G. G. 2nd Lieut., Sherborne School O.T.C. 1907 
MORRIS, T. S. Capt., Rifle Brigade; Major, M.G.C. 1914 

M.C. M. 

MORRIS-EYTON, R. E. * Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1911 

MORRISON, H. N. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1913 

MORRISON, J. S. F. Major (A. and S.), R.A.F. D.F.C. 1911 

and Bar. M. Italian Silver Medal for Military 

Valour. Italian Bronze Medal for Military Valour 
MORRISON, R. G. Lieut., 3rd Hussars; Hon. Lieut. (T.), 1913 

R.A.F. 

MORSE, G. G. Capt., E. Surrey Regt. (W.) M.C. 1914 

MORSHEAD, R. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. M. 1905 

MORTON, R. F. S. Major (A.), R.A.F. (W.) M. 1905 

MOSS-BLUNDELL, F. B. Colonel, R.F.A.(T.F.) (P.) 1891 

C.M.G. D.S.O. T.D. MS. 
MUGGERIDGE, C. E. Major, King's African Rifles; 1894 

G.S.O. 2. M.C. 
>fcMuiR, B. L. Capt., R.A.S.C. and Spec. List (Courts- 1909 

Martial Officer) 

Died 4 Nov. 1918 of pneumonia following influenza 
Mum, D. M. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1907 

MuiR,J. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) O.B.E. 1897 

Mum, J. B. Major, Black Watch 1897 

MuiR,M.W. Capt., Gloucestershire Yeo.; Bde. M.G. 1897 

Officer 
MULES, F. J. Capt., Wellingborough Grammar School 1892 

O.T.C. T.D. 
MULHOLLAND, Hon. G. J. A. M. L. Capt. and Adjt., 1911 

R.A.S.C. M.C. M. 
MULHOLLAND, Hon. H. G. H. 2nd Lieut., Res. Regt. 1909 

of Cavalry; Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 
^MULLENS, C. J. A. Fit. Sub-Lieut., R.N.A.S. 1915 

Drowned in action off the coast of Flanders 5 May 1916 



TRINITY COLLEGE 437 

MUNTZ, A. I. Capt., W. Somerset Yeo. ; empld. Ministry 1888 

of Food 
MURRAY, A. G. W. Capt., Spec. List (Adjt., Staff School). 1903 

M.B.E. 

MURRAY, C. W. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1913 

^MURRAY, G. A. Major, R.F.A. M.C. 1912 

Died 4 April 1918 of wounds received in action 

MURRAY, G. R. Colonel, A.M.S. 1883 

MURRAY, J. C. Lieut., ist Life Gds. 1912 

MURRAY, J. S. Australian Force 1905 

^MURRAY, M. G. D. Australian Force 1907 

Died 1 6 Nov, 1918 from the effects of war service 
MURRAY, P. J. Capt., Wiltshire Regt. and Gen. List. 1900 

M. 
MURRAY, R. B. Capt., London Regt. (Q.V.R.) and R.E. 1909 

M. 
MURRAY, T. H. E. Trooper, Natal Light Horse; Lieut., 1910 

R.F.A. 
MURRAY- JOHNSON, F. K. Lieut., ist Dragoon Gds. ; Staff 1902 

Capt. (W.) 
^MURRAY SMITH, A. G. Lieut., 2nd Life Gds. 1905 

Died 2 Nov. 1914 of wounds received in action 
MURTON, E. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1885 



NAISH, A. E. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1890 

NAPIER-CLAVERING, Rev. H. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1879 

NASH, J. V. Lieut. (E.G.), R.F.C. 1911 

NATHAN, S. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1890 

NAWANAGAR, Jam of. Lieut.-Col., Spec. List; A.D.C. 1889 

K.C.S.L M. 

NAYLER, W. A. 2nd Lieut., Charterhouse School O.T.C. 1904 

NAYLOR, J. M. Capt., London Regt.(L.R.B.) (W.) 1907 

NAYLOR, T. H. Capt., Montgomeryshire Yeo.; attd. R. 1909 

Welsh Fus. M. 

NEALE, A. K. H. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) ; empld. 1911 

Ministry of Munitions 

>^NEGROPONTE, J. J. 2nd Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. M. 1912 

Died 29 Oct. 1916 of wounds received in action 

NEILSON, D. F. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1909 

NEILSON, G. E. Capt., W. Somerset Yeo. and Spec. List 1905 

(Bde. Signal Officer) 

1 Died after the armistice of influenza contracted on military service. 



438 TRINITY COLLEGE 

NEILSON, H. J. T. and Lieut., Life Gds.; Lieut., ion 

R.A.M.C. and R.A.S.C.(T.F.) 

NESHAM, R. A. Surgeon-Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) 1887 

NETTLEFOLD, E. J. Capt., 5th Dragoon Gds.; Major, 1904 

Spec. List. (W.) M. 
NETTLEFOLD, J. H. Lieut., 5th Dragoon Gds.; empld. 1909 

Ministry of Munitions. (W 2.) 
^NEVILE, B. P. Capt., Lincolnshire Regt. 1910 

Killed in action n Feb. 1916 
*NEVILE, H. G. Lieut., S. Wales Borderers (W.) 1898 

Killed in action 21 Aug. 1915 

NEVILLE, R. A.B., R.N.V.R. (Anti-Aircraft) 1891 

*NEWALL, J. H. M. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. (R.N.D.) 1914 

Killed in action 13 Nov. 1916 

NEWCOMB, W. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1908 

NEWCOMBE, H. W. Sapper, R.E.; and Lieut., R.G.A.; 1910 

empld. Admiralty. (W.) 

NEWCOMBE, W. A. Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. 1892 

NEWMAN, J. B. Lieut., Middlesex Regt.(T.F.); empld. 1907 

Ministry of Munitions. (W.) 

NEWMAN, J. C. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) O.B.E. M 2. 1891 

NEWMAN, J. R. B. Major, Middlesex Regt. 1890 

NEWPORT, Viscount. Major, R. Scots 1893 

^NEWSON, W. A. Major, London Regt. 1882 

Died 15 April 1917 
^NICHOLAS, H. C. Lce.-Corpl., Australian Light Horse 1900 

Killed in action 4-6 Aug. 1916 

NICHOLAS, T. C. Major, R.E. O.B.E. M.C. M 2. 1907 
NICHOLSON, A. F. Lieut., Shropshire Yeo.; attd. R.E. 1899 
NICHOLSON, B. D. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1912 

NICHOLSON, C. O. E. Capt., Scottish Horse. Brevet 1893 

Major. M 2. Order of the Redeemer, \th Class 

(Greece) 
NICHOLSON, H.J. Lieut., 6th Dragoon Gds. (Carabiniers). 1912 

M.C. 

NICHOLSON, P. C. Staff-Sergt., R.F.A. 1908 

NICHOLSON, R., T.D. Major, Hampshire Yeo. 1886 

NICHOLSON, W. N. Lieut.-Col., Suffolk Regt. ; A.Q.M.G. 1896 

C.M.G. D.S.O. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. My. 
NICOL, J. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1900 

NIGHTINGALE, A. D. Major, Oundle School O.T.C. 1891 

NIGHTINGALE, D. A. 2nd Lieut., R. Defence Corps 1899 

Nix, C. G. A. Hon. Major, Gen. List (T.F. Res.); In- 1892 

spector, Woolwich Arsenal. O.B.E. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 439 

NIXON, B. H. Lieut., Devon Regt. and Gen. List 1903 

*NOEL, Hon. R. E. T. M. Capt., R. Fusiliers, attd. Nigeria 1906 

Regt., W. African Frontier Force 

Died in E. Africa 2 Feb. 1918 of dysentery and malaria 
NORBURY, C. G. Capt., Rifle Brigade; empld. War [1914] 

Office. (W.) M. m. 
NORMAN, C. L. Capt., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt., 1890 

T.F.) 

NORMAN, C. W. Capt., 9th Lancers. (W.) (P.) M. 1910 
*NORRIS, W. F. Lieut., Norfolk Regt.(T.F.); attd. Div. 1912 

Cyclist Coy. 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 25 Aug. 1915 

NORTHCOTE, D. S. Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. (W.) 1909 
NORTHCOTT, W. W. Capt., Spec. List (Recruiting Staff) ; 1877 

Major, S. Staffs. Regt. and Labour Corps 
NORTHEN, E. Major, i9th Hussars; Brigade Major. 1897 

(W.) 

NORTHEN, F. Capt., R. Defence Corps. O.B.E. m. 1894 
NORTON, H. E. Major, S. Irish Horse; Brigade Major; 1895 

Lieut.-Col., R. Irish Regt. and Tank Corps. (W.) 



OAKEY, J. M. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 2nd 1907 

Lieut., Rifle Brigade ; Major, R.E. (Spec. Bde.) M.C. 

M. 

OAKSHOTT, T. A. Capt., Northumberland Fus. (W.) 1914 
GATES, B. W. G. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1901 

OATES, J. S. C. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1913 

Derby Regt.) (W.) D.S.O. M.C. M 3. 
OATS, G. Major, R.G.A.(T.F.) T.D. 1903 

^O'CONNOR, A. C. Capt., Norfolk Regt. (W.) M.C. 1910 

Killed in action 27 July 1916 

ODGERS, F. W. Lieut., Rugby School O.T.C. 1898 

O'DRISCOLL, P. F. Lieut., Irish Gds. (W 2.) 1914 

O'FERRALL, C. L. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1910 

and Derby Regt.); Lieut., R.E. (Signals) 
OGILVIE, A. Lieut.-Col. (T.), R.A.F. (Aircraft Produc- 1901 

tionDept.) (W.) C.B.E. O.B.E. M 2. 

OGILVIE, G. L. Lieut., Quebec Regt., Canadian Force 1901 

O'HAGAN, Lord. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) 1900 

OLIVER, M. W. B. Major, R.A.M.C. O.B.E. M. 1900 

^OLIVER, T. F. 2nd Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1905 

and Derby Regt.) (W.) 

Died 26 Oct. 1918 of heart failure following pneumonia 



440 TRINITY COLLEGE 

OLLIVANT, R. C. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.); Staff Capt. 1901 

O.B.E. M2. French Croix de Guerre 
ONSLOW, J. W. M. See MACARTHUR-ONSLOW, J. W. 
OPENSHAW, C. G. Capt., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) and 1901 

Gen. List (Transport Officer) 
OPPENHEIM, L. C. F. Major, Highland L.I. ; Lieut.-CoL, 1889 

Military Attache, the Hague. C.M.G. Brevet Lieut.- 

Colonel. Brevet Major, m 2. 
*ORDE-POWLETT, W. P. 2nd Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. 1913 

Killed in action 17 May 1915 
ORGILL, T. C. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. i25th Napier's 1903 

Rifles 

ORIEL, T. H. B. Major, R.G.A. M.C. 1911 

ORMROD, L. A. Lieut., i3th Hussars 1913 

ORR, G. P. L. Capt., Bedfordshire Regt.; attd. Rifle 1902 

Brigade (T.F.) 
ORR-EWING, A. I. Lieut., Berkshire Yeo.; Lieut. (A.), 1902 

R.A.F. (P.) 

OSBORN, A. P. Colonel, United States Infy. 
OTTER. A. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 
OVERTON, I. G. Cadet, O.C.B. 
OWEN, A. R. B. Lieut., E. Surrey Regt. and Spec. List 

(Recruiting Staff). (W.) 
OWEN, D.C. Lieut.-CoL, Middlesex Regt. D.S.O. M 3. 1899 
OWEN, H. Capt., R.F.A. M.C. 1902 

OWEN, S. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1898 

OXLEY, A. E. Major (T.), R.A.F. 1908 

PAGET, J. B. Major, W. Yorks. Regt. (R. of O.) ; R.T.O. 1888 

PAINE, H. H. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. and R.E. M.C. 1905 

PAINE, W. A. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. (W 3 .) M.C. 1909 

PALLIS,A. A. Lieut., Spec. List (Interpreter). O.B.E. 1907 

M. 

PALMER, G. F. N. Capt., Coldstream Gds. (W.) 1912 

PALMER, H. G. Lieut., R.E. ; empld. Admiralty (W.) 1906 

PALMER, K. R. Lieut., Life Gds. (P.) 1909 

PARBURY, F. C. S. Lieut., Surrey Yeo. 1901 

PARKER, F. A. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) (W.) 1913 
1 PARKER, F. B. Capt., Yorkshire Regt. (W2.) ' [1914] 

PARKER, G. D. S. Capt., Rifle Brigade. (W.) 1913 

PARKER, G.W.T. Lieut., R.G.A. 1890 

PARKER, H. E. Pte., ist Rhodesia Regt., S. African Force ; 1909 

Lieut., R.G.A. 

1 Killed in action in N. Russia after the armistice. 





TRINITY COLLEGE 441 

PARKER, Hon. J. H. 2nd Lieut., R.E. 1904 

PARKER, R. H. Capt. and Adjt., 5th Dragoon Gds. (W.) 1908 

M.C. 

PARKER, W. H. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. and Gen. List. M. 
PARKIN, J. Major, Border Regt.(T.F.) 
PARKINS, F. D. Pte., United States Army 
SPARRY, F. A. Major, R. Warwickshire Regt. (W.) M.C. 

Killed in action 27 Sept. 1918 
SPARRY, N. C. Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt. (W.) 1905 

Killed in action 27 July 1915 

PARRY, N. E. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 7th Gurkha Rifles 1906 
PARRY- JONES, M. M. Capt., R. Fusiliers ; A.D.C. ; Major, 1907 

G.S.0.2. M.C. M2. 
^PARSONS, D. C. Capt., Irish Gds. (W.) M. 1909 

Killed in action 15 Sept. 1916 

PARSONS, J. R. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1904 

PARSONS, R. E. Lieut.-Col., R.E.(T.F.) m. 1907 

PART, G. M. Capt., R. A. F.; S.O. 3, Air Ministry, m. 1911 
PARTINGTON, Rev. E. F. E. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. 1904 

M.C. and Bar 

PASCHKOFF, A. A. Chevaliers- Gardes, Russian Army 1908 

PASCHKOFF, A. B. Chevaliers- Gardes, Russian Army 1908 

PASTEUR, F. M. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps; Major, [1914] 

M.G.C. M.C. and Bar. M. 

PATERSON, J. J. Lieut., Lanarkshire Yeo. M. 1901 

PATERSON, R. J. Lieut., London Yeo. (Westminster Dra- 1896 

goons), Coldstream Gds., and Gds. M.G. Regt. M. 
PATON, J. D. Lieut., 8th (King's R. Irish) Hussars. M. 1910 
PATON, R. Y. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1915 

PATON SMITH, E. A. Pte., 9th Kieff Hussars, Russian 1909 

Army 
PATRON, J. A. Capt., London Yeo. (Rough Riders); [1914] 

Major, M.G.C. (W.) M.C. 

PATTERSON, Rev. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1903 

^PATTESON, J. D. 2nd Lieut., 5th Dragoon Gds- 1907 

Killed in action 13 Oct. 1914 
PAUL, Sir R. J. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. (P.) M. French 1902 

Croix de Guerre 
PAUNCEFORT DUNCOMBE, Sir E. P. D. Major, Bucking- 1904 

hamshire Yeo.; Brigade Major. D.S.O. M 3. 

French Croix de Guerre 

PAWLE, J. Capt., Hertfordshire Regt. (W.) 1903 

PAYNE, M. W. Lieut., R. Fusiliers; Staff Capt.; attd. 1903 

Egyptian Army 



442 TRINITY COLLEGE 

PAYNE GALL WHY, L. P. Lieut., yth Hussars; attd. Life 

Gds.; Capt., Spec. List. M.C. 

PAYTON, W. H. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. 6th Gurkha Rifles 
PEABODY, Rev. M. E. Chaplain, United States Army 
PEACHE, R. C. Capt., R.E. (W.) 
PEACOCK, J. Pte., Princess Patricia's Canadian L.I. 
PEACOCK, Rev. M. R. Major, Suffolk Regt.(T.F.); attd. 

London Regt. 
*PEARCE, R. S. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 

Killed in action 9 May 1915 
PEARCE-SEROCOLD, O., V.D. Lieut.-Col., R. Berkshire 

Regt.(T.F. Res.) C.M.G. M. m. 
PEARSON, A. G. Capt., R. Berkshire Regt.; G.S.O. 3; 

Major, Tank Corps. D.S.O. M. 
PEARSON, Hon. B. C. Capt., Sussex Yeo. 
PEARSON, J. S. Major and Adjt., D. of Wellington's 

(W. Riding Regt.) 
PEARSON, R. S. Major, Yorkshire Hussars; Brigade 

Major. O.B.E. m. 
PEARSON, T. A. Lieut., M.G.C. 
PEASE, C. E. Lieut., Yorkshire Regt.(T.F. Res.) 
PEASE, E. 2nd Lieut., Spec. List (Interpreter). (W.) 
PEASE, N. A. Capt., E. Surrey Regt. (W.) M.C. and 

Bar 
PEASE, R. A. Capt., Northumberland Yeo.; empld. War 

Office. (W 2 .) M. 

PECKHAM, W. D. Lieut., Spec. List (Interpreter). M. 
PEEK, Sir W., Bart. Capt., R. ist Devon Yeo.; Camp 

Cmdt., Indian Army. D.S.O. M 4. 
PEEL, W. R. Lieut.-Col., Yorkshire Regt.; attd. Man- 

chester Regt.(T.F.) (W3.) D.S.O. and two Bars. 



PELHAM, Hon. M. H. Lieut., Life Gds. and Gds. M.G. 

Regt. 

PELHAM, Hon. S. G. Capt., nth Hussars. (W.) M.C. 
PELHAM, Rev. W. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
PELHAM-CLINTON, G. E. Capt., R.E. M.C. 
PELLY, A. R. Capt., Norfolk Regt.(T.F.) and Spec. List. 

(W.) 
PELLY, E. G. Lieut.-Col., R.A.S.C. D.S.O. M.C. i< 

M*. 

PELLY, E. P. L. 2nd Lieut., Essex Yeo. (W.) 
PELLY, F. B. Lieut. (O.), R.A.F. A.F.C. 
PELLY, Rev. R. A. C.F. ist Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) T.D. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 443 

*PEMBERTON, F. P. C. Capt., Life Gds. 1903 

Killed in action near Roulers 19 Oct. 1914 
PENN, A. H. Capt., Grenadier Gds. (W.) M.C. M. 1905 

French Croix de Guerre 

*PENN, E. F. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Yeo. ; Capt., Grenadier 1897 
Gds. M. 

Kitted in action 18 Oct. 1915 
^PENN,G.M. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade ;attd. Somerset L.I. 1905 

Killed in action n Feb. 1915 

PENNELL, V. H. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1894 

PENNYMAN, J. B. W. Capt., King's Own Scottish Bor- 1902 

derers ; Major, M.G.C. (W.) 
*PENROSE, E. J. McN. Capt., R. Irish Fus. (W.) M. 1907 

Kitted in action near Stjulien 25 April 1915 
*PENROSE FITZGERALD, M. J. Lieut., The Queen's (R.W. 1913 
Surrey Regt.) 

Died 26 July 1916 of wounds received in action 
PENTON; C. F. Capt., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt.) 1905 

and Gen. List. (W.) 
*PEPLOE, K. Capt., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. 1913 

Killed in action 9 Nov. 1916 

PERCIVAL, H. F. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. O.B.E. 1901 

PERKINS, C. H. Lieut., Buckinghamshire Yeo. M.C. [1914] 
PERRENS, C. N. T. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1907 

PERRINS, M. D. Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. 1910 

*PERRY, E. W. C. 2nd Lieut., R.F.C. 1908 

Killed in flying accident 16 Aug. 1914 

PERRY, W. A. C. Capt., R.E. ; Staff Capt. M 2. 1906 

*PERSSE, C. DE B. G. 2nd Lieut., 7th Dragoon Gds. ; attd. 1895 
Irish Gds. 

Died 19 July 1915 of wounds received in action 
PETERS, A. Capt., Leicestershire Regt. M.C. M. 1912 

PETERS, W. J. Lieut., Devon Regt. and Spec. List 1903 

(T.M.B.) M.C. 
^PETERSEN, W. S. 2nd Lieut., Life Gds. 1910 

Killed in action 6 Nov. 1914 
PETHERICK, G. G. 2nd Lieut., Life Gds.; Capt., R. ist 1905 

Devon Yeo.; empld. Admiralty 

PETHERICK, J. C. Capt., 3rd Hussars; Major, M.G.C. 1908 
(Cavalry). (W.) M.C. M. Italian Silver Medal for 
Military Valour 
PETHERICK, M. 2nd Lieut., 2nd Dragoons (R. Scots 1912 

Greys) 
PETRIE, A. Capt., R. Scots Fus. (W.) M.C. 1903 



444 TRINITY COLLEGE 

PHARAZYN, H. H. Capt., Worcestershire Regt. 1896 

PHEAR, A. G. Colonel, A.M.S. C.B. M2. 1885 

PHELPS, H. M. P. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers. (W.) (P.) 1916 

PHELPS, T. T. Capt., London Yeo. (Middlesex Hussars) 1891 

PHILIPSON, R. Capt., Coldstream Gds. 1914 

PHILIPSON-STOW, R. M. P. Lieut., King's Own (R. 1913 

Lancaster Regt.) ; attd. King's African Rifles 

PHILLIPPS, F. A. Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. (W.) 1910 

PHILLIPS, G. W. Major, R.E.; D.A.D. Light Railways. 1909 

M. 

PHILLIPS, L. C. W. Capt., Surrey Yeo.(T.F. Res.) 1886 

^PHILLIPS, R. N. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. 1896 

Died 27 Dec. 1914 of wounds received in action 

PHILPOT, W. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1898 

PICKLES, A. Capt., Suffolk Regt.; Staff Capt. 1903 

PICKTHORN, K. W. M. Capt., London Regt. (Civil Ser- 1911 

vice Rifles); empld. War Office; Capt. (O.), R.A.F. 

(W2.) 

PIGEON, H. R. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1902 

PIGGOTT, J. C. C. Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I.; Lieut. [1914] 

(A.), R.A.F. (W.) 

PIKE, G. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. 1905 

PIKE, S. A. Lieut.-Col., R. Berkshire Regt. M.C. M2. 1908 

Order of the White Eagle, $th Class (Serbia) 

PILCHER, G. ST C. Lieut., Spec. List (Intelligence). 1909 

M.C. M. 

PILKINGTON, D. F. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) M.B.E. M. 1912 

PILKINGTON, E. F. Major, Manchester Regt.(T.F. Res.) 1904 

PILKINGTON, F. M. F. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1906 

PILKINGTON, G. R. Major, S. Lanes. Regt.fT.F.) (W 2.) 1900 

D.S.O. M. 

^PILKINGTON, H. B. Capt., Manchester Regt.(T.F.) M. 1905 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 4 June 1915 

PILKINGTON, W.N. Major, S. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.) D.S.O. 1896 

and Bar. M 3. 

PINSENT, G. H. S. Lieut., R.G.A. M. 1907 

PITE, A. G. Capt. and Adjt., R.F.A. M.C. 1914 

PITE, I. B. Capt., R.E. 1909 

PITT, P. S. Capt., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1900 

PITTS-TUCKER, G. S. Lieut., Cheshire Regt. and King's 1905 

African Rifles. (W2.) 

PLAISTER, A. J. Lieut., R.F.A. [i9 T 4] 

PLATT, E. A. Lieut., Army Printing and Stationery 1907 

Services 



TRINITY COLLEGE 445 

*PLATT, M. C. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. (R.N.D.) m. 1912 

Died 26 Nov. 1918 of illness contracted during intern- 

ment 

PLATT, R. C. Capt., E. Surrey Regt. (R. of O.) 1896 

PLATT HIGGINS, F. M. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt. and 1893 

Remount Service. M.C. M. 
POCHIN, V. R. 2nd Lieut., Res. Regt. of Life Gds. and 1898 

Gds. M.G. Regt. 

POLHILL, C. C. Lieut., Dorset Yeo. 1908 

POLLARD, A. R. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. ist Sappers and 1900 

Miners. (W.) M.B.E. M 2. 
POLLARD, S. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A.; empld. Ministry of 1912 

Munitions 

POLLITT, H. C. Lce.-Corpl., R.A.M.C. 1889 

^POLLOCK, C. T. A. Capt., Inns of Court O.T.C.; attd. 1906 

E. Yorks. Regt. M 2. 

Killed in action 31 March 1918 

POLLOCK, H. H. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) M.C. M 2. 1895 

POLLOCK, HAMILTON R. Cadet, R.A.F. 1903 

POLLOCK, HUMPHREY R. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1908 

POLLOCK, H. W. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1896 

^POLLOCK, M. V. Lieut., S. Wales Borderers 1906 

Killed in action 9 May 1915 
POLLOCK, R. C. G. Major, Corps of Guides, Indian Army ; 1900 

attd. 5 ist Sikhs. (W.) 
POLWARTH, Lord. Hon. Colonel, R. Scots and Gen. Staff. 1882 

C.B.E. m2. 
PONSONBY, Hon. B. B. Lieut., Grenadier Gds.; empld. 1904 

War Office. (W.) 
PONSONBY, Rev. S. G., V.D. C.F. ist Class, R.A.C.D. 1876 

(T.F.) 

POOLEY, J. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1908 

POORE, W. G. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) (W 2.) M.C. 1909 

POPE, A. R., T.D. Major, Dorset Regt. 1890 

POPE, C. Capt., Bedfordshire Regt. (P.) 1909 

*POPE, C.A.W. Capt, R.A.M.C. 1896 

Drowned on H.M. transport Transylvania 4 May 1917 
PORTER, A. R. Z. Lieut, R.E. (London Electrical En- 1899 

gineers, T.F.) 
^PORTER, E. J. Lieut, London Regt. (Queen's) 1909 

Died in German hands 22 Sept. 1916 of wounds received 

in action 
POWELL, A. T, T.D. Lieut.-Col, R.F.A.(T.F.); attd. 1902 

R.G.A. M. Order of the Nile, i>rd Class (Egypt) 



446 TRINITY COLLEGE 

POWELL, E. W. Lieut.-Col. (A.), R.A.F. O.B.E. M 4. 
^POWELL, R. C. FF. 2nd Lieut., Highland L.I. 

Killed in action at Verneuil 13 Sept. 1914 
^POWELL, R. H. 2nd Lieut., R. Sussex Regt.(T.F.) 

Killed in action at Richebourg VAvoue 9 May 1915 
POWELL, R. V. Lieut., Scots Gds. (W 3.) M.C. 
POWELL, T. F. Capt., Coldstream Gds. French Croix 

de Guerre 

POWELL, Rev. V. P. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. M. 
^PowER, J. W. 2nd Lieut., Somerset L.I.; attd. D. of 

Cornwall's L.I.; Lieut., Welsh Gds. 

Killed in action 10 Sept. 1916 
POWERS, C. Capt., St Edmund's School, Canterbury, 

O.T.C. 

POWNALL, J. C. G. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 
POWNEY, C. DU P. P. Lieut.-Col., Hampshire Regt. 

M.B.E. m. 

PREECE, C. T. Lieut., R.G.A. M.C. 
PREECE, P. J., T.D. Lieut.-Col., London Regt. (Post 

Office Rifles, T.F. Res.); empld. Ministry of Labour 
^PRETOR-PINNEY, C. F., D.S.O. Lieut.-Col. , Rifle Brigade. 

(W.) M. 

Died 28 April 1917 of wounds received in action 24 

April 1917 
PRICE, J. D. 2nd Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.); 

Lieut., Training Res. Bn. 
PRICE, Rt. Rev. McC. E. C.F. ist Class, R.A.C.D. 

M. Order of the White Eagle, 2nd Class (Serbia). 
PRICE, W. R. Gnr., R.F.A. 
PRICHARD, W. A. Capt., R.F.A. M.C. 
PRIESTLEY, H. W. Major, London Regt. (Post Office 

Rifles). (W.) M.C. 
SPRING, B. C. Pte., Middlesex Regt.; Lieut., Worcester- 191 

shire Regt. and M.G.C. 

Killed in action i July 1916 
^PRINGLE, A. S. Capt., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) i8< 

Killed in action in the Battle of Loos 25 Sept. 1915 
PRINSEP,A. L. Lieut., R.N.V.R. i9( 

PRIOR- WANDESFORDE, R. H. Capt., R.F.A. i8J 

PRITCHARD, J. E. M. Major, S.O. 2., R.A.F. O.B.E. IQC 

A.F.C. 

PRITCHARD, N. P. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. 19* 

PRITTIE, Hon. H. C. O'C. Major, Rifle Brigade. (W.) i8c 

D.S.O. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 447 

PROCTER, R. Lieut., R.N.V.R. D.S.C. M 2. 1897 

PROCTER, R. G. Capt., K. Edward VII School, Sheffield, 1897 

O.T.C. 
PRYCE- JONES, H. M. Major, Coldstream Gds.; Lieut.- 1897 

Col., A.A.G. M.V.O. D.S.O. M.C. Brevet 

Lieut. -Colonel. M 7. Chevalier, Legion of Honour 

(France). Chevalier, Ordre du Merite Agricole (France) 
PRYOR, N. S. Capt. and Adjt., R.F.A.(T.F.) M. 1914 

^*PRYOR, R. S. 2nd Lieut., King's Own (R. Lancaster 1913 

Regt.) 

Killed in action at Ypres i May 1915 
PRYOR, W. M. Capt., Hertfordshire Regt.; Lieut.-Col., 1898 

R. Warwickshire Regt. D.S.O. and Bar. Brevet 

Major. M\. Italian Bronze Medal for Military Valour 
PUGH, F. H. Lieut., R.A.S.C.; empld. British Military 1913 

Mission 

PUGHE, E. B. Capt., Rifle Brigade; empld. O.C.B. M. 1911 
PULLING, C. R. D. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1912 

PULLINGER, A. F. 2nd Lieut., Essex Regt.; Lieut., 1914 

Suffolk Regt. ; empld. Ministry of Munitions. (W.) 
^PURSER, F. D. Lieut., R.N.V.R. (R.N.D.) 1906 

Killed in action 27 Dec. 1917 

PYE, D. R. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 1905 

PYE, E. W. Pte., Nagpur Rifles, Indian Defence Force 1907 

^PYM, C. J. Pte., Canadian Force; Lieut., Irish Gds. 1911 

Died 27 March 1917 of injuries accidentally received 

24 March 1917 
PYM, R. M. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. (Hood Bn., R.N.D.) 1911 

(W.) 
PYM, Rev. T. W. C.F. ist Class, R.A.C.D.; A.C.G. 1905 

D.S.O. M 3 . 
PYM, W. ST J. Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.) ; empld. War Cab- 1908 

inet 

QUILTER, Sir W. E. C., Bart., M.P. Capt., Suffolk Yeo. 1892 
(T.F. Res.);R.T.O. m. 

RADCLYFFE, E. J. D. 2nd Lieut., Huntingdonshire Cyclist 1902 

Bn. 
RADNOR, Earl of. Bt. Colonel, Wiltshire Regt.(T.F. Res.) ; 1886 

Brig.-Gen., Director of Agricultural Production. 

C.I.E. C.B.E. M2. Officer, Legion of Honour (France) 
*RAIKES, F. S. W. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1912 

Killed in action 9 May 1915 



448 TRINITY COLLEGE 

RAMSAY, J. D. Capt., Scottish Horse; attd. Argyll and 

Sutherland Hdrs. M.C. 

RAMSDEN, Sir J. F. Capt., Norfolk Yeo.(T.F. Res.) 
RANDALL, B. E. Capt. and Adjt., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) 
RANDALL, G. F. Lieut., Hampshire Regt.(T.F.); Lieut. 

(Ad.), R.A.F. 

RANKIN, G. C. Lieut., R.G.A. 
RANKEST, R. Capt., Irish Gds. (W.) 
RATHBONE, C. G. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Major, 

R.E. (Spec. Bde.) M.C. M. 
RATHBONE, M. P. Major, S. Lanes. Regt. 
RATHBONE, R. R. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) (W 2.) 

M.C. and Bar 
*RATTIGAN, C. S. Capt., R. Fusiliers 

Killed in action 13 Nov. 1916 
R. 2nd Lieut., Lanes. Fus. 

Killed in action 7 Aug. 1915 

.), R.A. 



P. T. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. D.S.C. M. 
RAWLINS, F. McC. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt. (W.) 
RAWLINS, H. G. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 
RAWLINS, J. D. Capt., R.E. M.C. M. 
RAWSON, H. F. R. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 
RAWSON, R. R. Capt., R.E. M.C. and two Bars. M. 
RAYMENT, G. V. Instructor Cdr., R.N. C.B.E. Order 

of the Sacred Treasure, yrd Class (Japan). Order of 

the White Elephant, yrd Class (Siam). Order of the 

Striped Tiger, tfh Class (China) 
REARDEN, T. R. Capt., I.A.R.O.; R.T.O. 
REDFERN, A. S. Capt., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey 

Regt., T.F.); Major (A.), R.A.F. 
REDFERN, W. A. K. Capt., R.F.A. and Spec. List (Adjt., 

Graves Registration Units) ; Staff Capt. 
REDMAYNE, T. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
*REED, Rev. C. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 

Killed in action at Messines 7 June 1917 
REED, H. S. Capt. and Adjt., Devon Regt.(T.F.); Staff 

Capt. 
^REED, H. W. T. 2nd Lieut., Monmouthshire Regt. 

Killed in action 2 May 1915 
REED, J. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 
*REID, J. Capt., Highland L.I. M. 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 
REID, J. S. Trooper, K. Edward's Horse; Capt., R.F.A. 

1 Killed in flying accident after the armistice. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 449 

REID, P. J. Lce.-CorpL, iQth Hussars; Lieut., Leicester- 1885 

shire Yeo. ; empld. Traffic Control 
REND ALL, F. G. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 1909 

Staff Lieut.; Lieut., R. Fusiliers; Capt., Spec. List 

(cmdg. T.M.B.) (W.) 
RENDALL, P. S. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) and [1914] 

Gen. List (Draft Conducting Officer); empld. Air 

Ministry 

RENNOLDSON, H. F. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) M. 1906 

RENSHAW, A. H. Lieut., Lanarkshire Yeo. and R. Scots 1907 

Fus.; Capt., Spec. List (cmdg. T.M.B.) 

RENSHAW, J. A. K. Capt., Manchester Regt. (T.F. Res.) 1889 
RENSHAW, Sir S. C. B., Bart. Capt., Ayrshire Yeo. 1903 

REUNERT, C. Gnr., S. African Force (Armoured Train) 1906 
REVILLON, A. J. Pte., Middlesex Regt. (P. S. Bn.); 2nd 1907 

Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 

REYNARD, C. E. Major, E. Riding of Yorkshire Yeo. M. 1899 
REYNOLDS, C. H. Capt., R.G.A.(T.F.) Belgian Croix de 1904 

Guerre 
REYNOLDS, G. W. M. 2nd Lieut., Malvern College 1913 

O.T.C. 
^REYNOLDS, J. W. 2nd Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt. 1905 

(T.F.) 

Killed in action near Ypres 7 Aug. 1915 

REYNOLDS, L. Major, I. M.S. 1893 

REYNOLDS, N.C.W. Capt., Irish Gds. (W.) O.B.E. m. 1908 
RHODES, E. C. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1911 

RICARDO, F. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt. and M.G.C. 1906 

(W.) 
RICE, G. C. D. Major, R. Fusiliers and Rifle Brigade; 1889 

Courts-Martial Officer. T.D. 
RICE, G. E. Capt., R. Wiltshire Yeo. ; empld. War Office. 1891 

m. 

RICH, N. J. 2nd Lieut., R.E.; Lieut. (K.B.), R.A.F. 1911 

RICHARDS, R. C. Lieut., R.E. 1899 

RICHARDSON, C. L. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. 1906 

^RICHARDSON, D. S. Lieut., Border Regt. 1910 

Killed in action 16 May 1915 
RICHARDSON, J. P. A. Lieut., R.N.V.R. D.S.C. Italian 1904 

Silver Medal for Military Valour 
^RICHARDSON, J. S. 2nd Lieut., Northumberland Fus. 1895 

Killed in action 9 April 1917 
^RICHARDSON, J. W. Major, York and Lancaster Regt. 1900 

Killed in action 3 May 1917 

C.U.W.L. 29 



450 TRINITY COLLEGE 

RICHARDSON, M. E. Lieut.-Col., 20th Hussars and 
Northumberland Fus.; Brig.-Gen. (W.) D.S.O. 
M 3 . Chevalier, Legion of Honour (France) 
RIDDELL, J. R. 2nd Lieut., Unattd. List, T.F. 
*RIDLEY, H. L. Capt., R. Dublin Fus. (W.) M.C. 

Killed in action 15 July 1917 
^RIDLEY, H. Q. Lieut., Australian Infy. 1901 

Killed in action 12 Oct. 1917 
RIGDEN, C. Major, R. East Kent Yeo. 
^RiLEY, A. C. Capt., London Regt. (St Pancras Bn.) 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 
RILEY-SMITH, W. 2nd Lieut., ist Dragoon Gds.; Lieut., 1909 

1 3th Hussars 

RIPLEY, H. W. G. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) (W.) 1905 
RITCHIE, Rev. C. S. Chaplain, R.N. 1901 

^RITCHIE, R. B. Capt., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). 1912 
M.C. 
Killed in action 20 July 1916 

A. S. Gnr., R.F.A.; 2nd Lieut., Durham L.I. 1910 
Killed in action 5 Nov. 1916 

, J. A. Capt., S. Lanes. Regt. 1911 

Killed in action 23 July 1916 
RITSON, R. Capt., N. Staffs Regt. and King's African 1906 

Rifles. (W.) 

RITTNER, G. H. Capt. and Adjt., N. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) 1894 

RIVINGTON, R. T. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1900 

*Rix, J. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1895 

Killed in action 6 July 1916 
ROBERTS, C. C. G. Capt., London Regt. (Queen's West- 1899 

minster Rifles) ; Major, Camp Cmdt. O.B.E. M 2. 
ROBERTS, P. M. Pte., R. Fusiliers; Capt., Spec. List 1914 

(R.T.O., attd. H.Q., D.G.T.) 
ROBERTS BUCHANAN, B. See BUCHANAN, B. R. 
ROBERTSON, D. H. Lieut., London Regt. (Finsbury 1908 

Rifles). M.C. 

ROBERTSON, D. S. Major, R.A.S.C. M 2. 1904 

ROBERTSON, H. J. Capt., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) M.C. 1904 

^ROBERTSON, K. F. Capt. and Adjt., Durban L.I., S. 1908 
African Force, and Rifle Brigade. M. 
Killed in action 27 Aug. 1916 

ROBERTSON, M. K. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1910 

^ROBERTSON, R. Capt., Highland L.I. 1905 

Died 13 Sept. 1917 
ROBINSON, Rev. F. T. Chaplain, R.N. 1899 



TRINITY COLLEGE 451 

ROBINSON, H. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1896 

ROBINSON, J. B. Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1908 

ROBINSON, J. G. Capt., London Regt. (L.R.B.); Capt. 1906 

(Ad.), R.A.F. 
^ROBINSON, R. F. and Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1898 

Killed in action at Hooge 30 July 1915 

ROBINSON, W. H. Capt., R.F.A. 1909 

ROBSON, E. Lieut., Durham L.I.(T.F.) and North- 1912 

umberland Fus.; attd. 2nd Rajput L.I., Indian Army 
J<RoBSON, G. D. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W.) 1912 

Killed in action 24 Aug. 1917 

ROCHDALE, Lord. Lieut.-Col., Lanes. Fus.(T.F. Res.) 1884 
ROCHFORT, G. A. BOYD. Lieut., Scots Gds. 1898 

HTM. "For most conspicuous bravery in the trenches 
between Cambrai and La Bassee on 3rd August, 1915. 
At 2 a.m. a German trench mortar bomb landed on the 
side of the parapet of the communication trench in which 
he stood, close to a small working party of his Battalion. 
He might easily have stepped back a few yards round the 
corner into perfect safety, but, shouting to his men to 
look out, he rushed at the bomb, seized it and hurled it 
over the parapet, where it at once exploded. There is no 
doubt that his splendid combination of presence of mind 
and courage saved the lives of many of the working 
party." Supplement to The London Gazette, i Sept. 1915. 
ROGET, S. R. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 
ROLLO, W. H. Lieut., 2nd Dragoons (R. Scots Greys). 

M.C. 

ROMANIS, W. H. C. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1908 

RONALDSHAY, Earl of. Major, Yorkshire Regt. G.C.I.E. 1894 
RooKE-CowELL, W. J. Capt., London Yeo. (Rough 1887 

Riders); empld. Ministry of Munitions 

ROPER, F. A. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M. 1902 

*RosE, Sir F. S., Bart. Capt., loth Hussars 1896 

Killed in action 26 Oct. 1914 

ROSE, Sir H. A. Lieut.-Col., R. Scots. D.S.O. M. 1894 
ROSE, L. Capt., S. Wales Borderers. (W 2.) M.C. 1913 

ROSHER, J. B. Major, Durham L.I. ; Lieut.-Col., M.G.C. 1907 

(W2.) D.S.O. and Bar. M.C. M 4. 
Ross, R. D. Major, N. Irish Horse; Brigade Major. 1907 

M.C. French Croix de Guerre 

Ross, W. G. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. ; Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1907 
R. 2nd Lieut., Engineers, Italian Army 1912 

Died 19 March 1920 from the effects of active service 
during the war 

292 



452 TRINITY COLLEGE 

ROTHBAND, P. L. Capt., S. Lanes. Regt. M. 1902 

ROUSE, P. G. Lieut., R.F.A. ; Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. M. 1902 

ROWLANDS, R. B. J. 2nd Lieut., R. Welsh Fus.; In- 1913 

structor Lieut., R.N. 

ROWLEY, C. S. Capt., Grenadier Gds. (W.) (P.) 1910 

ROWLEY, G. R. F. Lieut., R. Horse Gds. (W.) ' 1907 

ROXBURGH, A. C. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1905 

ROXBURGH, J. F. Lieut., R.E. (Signals). M. 1907 

ROYCE, F. C. Capt., King's Own Scottish Borderers 1912 

and R.E. (Sound-ranging Section). (W.) M. 

ROYSTON-PIGOTT, W. M. Major, R.A.S.C.; D.A.D.S. 1899 

and T., N. Command. D.S.O. M. Chevalier, 

Legion of Honour (France) 

RUCKER, A. N. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. (Ws.) [1914] 

RUFFHEAD, A. C. Pte., Northamptonshire Regt. 1914 

RUGGLES-BRISE,E. A. Major, Essex Yeo. (W.) M.C. M. 1901 

RUSHTON, H. L. Capt., D. of Lancaster's Own Yeo.; 1901 

attd. S. Lanes. Regt. 

RUSHWORTH, A. N. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1906 

RUSSELL, E. N. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1903 

RUSSELL, J. D. Capt., R.E. (Fortress, T.F.) 1909 

RUSTON, W. Capt., R. North Devon Yeo. and Lincoln- 1893 

shire Regt. 

RUTHVEN- STUART, A. W. Capt., Gordon Hdrs.(T.F.) and 1902 

R.A.S.C.(T.F.) 

RUTTER, H. F. P. Lieut., Cheshire Regt. 1913 

RYCROFT, Sir R. N., Bart. Major, London Regt. (Cyclist 1878 

Bn., T.F. Res.) 

RYDER, A. F.R. D. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W4.) M.C. 1910 

and Bar 

RYDER, F. J. Bt. Colonel, Gen. List; Officer i/c Cavalry 1885 

Records. C.M.G. M 2. 



SAGAR-MUSGRAVE, C. L. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) 1914 

(W.) M.C. 
ST AUBYN, E. G. Lieut.-Col., King's Royal Rifle Corps ; 1899 

Brig.-Gen. (W 2.) D.S.O. M. French Croix de 

Guerre 
ST AUBYN, Hon. L. M. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1897 

and Gen. Staff. M. 

AUBYN, M. J. Major, King's Royal Rifle Corps. 1910 

(W2.) M.C. M. 

Killed in action near St Quentin 22 March 1918 



TRINITY COLLEGE 453 

ST CLAIR, A. H. Lieut., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs.; 1913 

Lieut. (K.B.), R.A.F. (W.) M.C. 

ST JOHNSTON, A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1906 

ST LEVAN, Lord, C.B., c.v.o. Colonel, Grenadier Gds.; 1876 

Brig.-Gen. M. 
*SALAMAN, L. H. Seaman, R.N.V.R.(R.N.D.) 1901 

Killed in action in Gallipoli (Dec. 1915) 
SALISBURY, T. H. L. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. (Aircraft Pro- 1902 

duction Dept.) 
SALTER, F. R. Lieut., Rifle Brigade; Capt., G.S.O. 3, 1905 

Irish Command. (W.) 

SAMPSON, F. A. Capt., R. Fusiliers. (W.) (P.) 1909 

SAMPSON, N. C. Lieut., 2nd Dragoon Gds. (Queen's 1902 

Bays); Major (A. and Ad.), R.A.F. 
SAMPSON, R. H. Capt., London Regt. (Q.V.R.) and [1914] 

M.G.C. 
SAMPSON, S. J. M. Major, London Regt. (Q.V.R.) (W.) 1902 

M.C. T.D. M. 

SAMUELSON, F. H. B. Capt., Yorkshire Hussars 1908 

SANDARS, E. T. Major, R.A.S.C. and Spec. List 1895 

(D.A.D.R.T.) O.B.E. M. Chevalier, Military Order 

of Avis (Portugal) 
^SANDERS, L. Y. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 1912 

Killed in action 10 March 1917 

SANDERSON, Rev. C. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1872 

SANDERSON, Rev. G. P. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1897 
SANDERSON, I. C. Capt. and Adjt., Black Watch; Major, 1905 

Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. M.C. M 2. French 

Croix de Guerre. Greek Military Cross 

SANDERSON, J. R. Lieut., Spec. List (Staff Lieut.) M. 1907 
^SANDERSON, R. H. Lieut.-Col., R.F.A. M. Chevalier, 1895 

Legion of Honour (France). 

Killed in action 17 April 1918 
SANDERSON, T. S. 2nd Lieut., Life Gds.; Lieut., i2th 1909 

Lancers and Gds. M.G. Regt. 
SANDILANDS, H. R. Major, Northumberland Fus.; 1894 

Lieut.-Col., G.S.O. i. (W 2.) C.M.G. D.S.O. 

Brevet Lieut. -Colonel. M $. Officer, Legion of Hon- 
our (France) 

SANDILANDS, J. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. M2 1890 

SANDISON,A. Capt., R.A.M.C. French Medaille a" Honneur 1904 
SANGER, P. M. Lieut., R. Marines. (W.) 1903 

SANGER-DAVIES, F. M. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt.(T.F.) [1914] 

(W.) M. 



454 TRINITY COLLEGE 

^SANGER-DAVIES, LL. H. Capt., Durham L.I. 1912 

Killed in action i July 1916 

SANKEY, H. B. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) M.C. [1914] 

SASSOON, E. V. Capt. (Ad.), R.A.F. 1900 

SASSOON, H. W. Lieut., Grenadier Gds. and Gds. M.G. 1906 

Regt. 

SAUMAREZ, Hon. J. ST V. B. Capt., Scots Gds. (W.) 1908 
*SAUNDER, G. B. 2nd Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 1912 

Killed in action 15 April 1917 

SAVILLE, S. H. Capt., Essex Regt. 1910 

SAVORY, C. H. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1908 

SAYER, H. Capt., Sussex Yeo.; Brigade Major. D.S.O. 1907 

M.C. M2. 
SCARLETT, J. A. Lieut.-Col., R.F.A. D.S.O. Brevet 1896 

Lieut. -Colonel. M 3. 

SCHACHT, A. G. Pte., London Regt. [JQH] 

SCHLOSS, W. F. R. See CASTLE, W. F. R. 
SCHOLFIELD, C. N. Lieut., R.G.A. 1906 

SCHOLFIELD, E. P. Lieut., E. Riding of Yorkshire Yeo. 1895 

and R.G.A. 

SCHON, B. C.S.M. (Instructor), School of Musketry 1901 

SCHREINER, O. D. Capt., Northamptonshire Regt. and 1911 

S. Wales Borderers. (W.) M.C. 

SCHUSTER, L. F. Capt. and Adjt., R.G.A.(T.F.) (W.) M. 1907 
SCHWANN, F. H. See SWANN, F. H. 
SCORGIE, N. G. Lieut.-Col., Deputy Director, Army *i9o6 

Printing and Stationery Services. O.B.E. M 2. 
SCOTT, Hon. C. F. H. See HEPBURNE- SCOTT, Hon. C. F. 
SCOTT, E. Sergt.-Major, R.E. 1910 

SCOTT, G. E. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. [1914] 

SCOTT, Rev. R. B. C.F. 3 rd Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1892 

SCOTT, Hon. W. G. H. See POLWARTH, Lord 
SCOTT, W. L. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. (W.) 1903 

SCOTT, Hon. W. T. H. See HEPBURNE- SCOTT, Hon. W. T. 
SCOTT-DAVIDSON, W. W. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. M. 1909 

SCOTT-ELLIOT, G. F. Capt., King's Own Scottish Bor- 1879 

derers (T.F. Res.) Order of the Nile, \th Class (Egypt) 
SCOTT- KERR, R., C.B., M.V.O., D.S.O. Brig.-Gen. (W.) 1877 

C.M.G. M2. 
SCOTT-MURRAY, A. E. Capt., Norfolk Regt. ; Staff Capt. 1900 

M.C. M2. 
SCOTT-MURRAY, R. C. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt.; 1897 

Major, Spec. List (Chief Instructor, School of In- 
struction). M. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 455 

SEALY, H. N. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1905 

SEARIGHT, T. P. Capt., R.A.S.C. ; Major, S.O. 2, R.A.F. 1900 

M. m. 
SEARLES, P. A. Capt., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) ; 1881 

Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) 
*SEELY, C. G. Capt. and Adjt., Hampshire Regt.(T.F.) 1913 

M. 

Killed in action in the Second Battle of Gaza 19 April 

1917 
SEELY, F. E., T.D. Lieut.-Col., S. Notts. Hussars (T.F. 1883 

Res.);A.D.C. 
SEELY, Rt. Hon. J. E. B., D.S.O., T.D. Lieut.-Col., Hamp- 1887 

shire Yeo.; Major-Gen. C.B. C.M.G. M 4. 

Commander, Legion of Honour (France). Commander, 

Ordre de la Couronne (Belgium) . Belgian Croix de Guerre 
^SEGNITZ, H. F. Corpl., H.A.C.; 2nd Lieut., London 1911 

Regt. (St Pancras Bn.) 

Accidentally killed 25 Sept. 1915 
SEVERNE, E. C. W. Capt., Warwickshire Yeo.; attd. 9th 1906 

Lancers; A.D.C.; Lieut., Spec. List. (W.) M. 
SEVESTRE, R. Major, R.A.M.C. (5th N. Gen. Hospital, 1886 

T.F.) 
SEWELL, H. S. Lieut.-Col., 4th (R. Irish) Dragoon Gds. ; 1899 

Brig.-Gen. (W.) C.M.G. D.S.O. and Bar. Brevet 

Lieut. -Colonel. M 4. Chevalier, Legion of Honour 

(France) 
SEWELL J. P. C. Major (A.), R.A.F. O.B.E. M. Che- 1907 

valier, Legion of Honour (France) 
^SEYMOUR, F. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1904 

Killed in action at Hooge 30 July 1915 

SEYMOUR TAYLOR, E. M. Capt., R.F.A. M.C. M. 1914 

SEYS-PHILLIPS, H. Capt., Bedfordshire Regt. French 1911 

Croix de Guerre 
SHACKEL, G. M. Capt., R. Sussex Regt. (W 2.) M.C. 1912 

M. 

SHACKLE, R. J. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1914 

SHAKESPEAR, G. A. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1897 

SHANKS, E. B. 2nd Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt.; empld. War 1910 

Office 

SHARP, H. Pte., R.A.M.C. and London Regt. (Queen's) 1914 
SHARP, L. E. S. Capt., Spec. List (Uganda Med. Service) 1908 
SHARPE, Rev. C. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1888 

SHARPE, G. W. Lieut.-Col., King's Own (R. Lancaster 1897 

Regt.) (W.) O.B.E. M. 



456 TRINITY COLLEGE 



, A. 2nd Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. and Nor- 1910 

folk Regt. 

Killed in action 12 Oct. 1916 

SHAW, E. B. Lieut., London Regt. (London Irish Rifles) 1910 

SHAW, G. S. and Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1905 

SHAW, J. A. P. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1914 

*SHAW, R. P. Capt., R. Fusiliers 1905 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 28 Nov. 1915 
SHEARME, J. S. Capt., Repton School O.T.C. 1892 

SHEBBEARE, H. V. Lieut., R.G.A. and Labour Corps; 1895 

Draft Conducting Officer 
SHEEPSHANKS, A. C. Major, Rifle Brigade; Lieut.-Col., 1903 

King's Royal Rifle Corps ; empld. School of Instruc- 

tion. (W2.) D.S.O. M2. 
^SHEEPSHANKS, C. J. H. Capt., Devon Regt. 1904 

Killed in action 17 March 1916 
SHEEPSHANKS, R. H. Capt., i2th Cavalry, Indian Army. 1903 

D.S.O. M. 

SHELDON, Rev. F. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

SHELDON, Rev. L. G. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1911 

SHELLEY, G. E. Capt. and Adjt., Grenadier Gds. (W.) 1909 
SHELLEY, J. F. Capt., R. ist Devon Yeo. and Devon 1905 

Regt. 
^SHENNAN, D. F. F. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1911 

Killed in action near Ypres 8 May 1915 

SHEPHERD, F. Me A. Capt., Surrey Yeo. 1910 

SHEPHERD, J. C. Lieut., R.F.A. (W3-) M.C. 1914 

^SHEPHERD, J. M. E. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade; Capt., 1914 

R.F.C. 

Killed in action 15 Feb. 1917 

SHEPPARD, B. F. Sapper, R.E. (W.) 1914 

SHEPPARD, G. A. Sub-Lieut., R.N.R.; Lieut., Hertford- 1886 

shire Yeo. 
SHERRIFF, C. B. 2nd Lieut., Argyll and Sutherland 1914 

Hdrs.; Capt., R.A.S.C. 

SHEWELL, H. W. B. Surgeon Cdr., R.N. O.B.E. M. 1891 
SHIPMAN, G. A. C. Major, R.A.M.C. (4th N. Gen. Hos- 1894 

pital, T.F.) m. 

SniRREFFj C. R. Capt., Durham L.I. 1896 

SHORT, H. S. Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.); empld. Admiralty. 1907 

(W.) 

SHORT, P. S. Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.) 1910 

SHOVE, R. S. Major, R.F.A. (W.) m. 1908 

SHUTT, J. E. Air Mechanic, R.A.F. 1914 



TRINITY COLLEGE 457 

I<SILVERTOP, F. S. J. Lieut., Oxfordshire Yeo. 1901 

Killed in action 20 May 1917 

SIMEON, L. S. B. Lieut., R. Fusiliers and Gen. Staff. 1909 

(W.) M.C. 

^SIMPSON, C. S. Capt. and Adjt., Yorkshire Regt. 1910 

Killed in action 10 July 1916 

SIMPSON, Rev. F. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. m. 1910 

SIMPSON, L. S. Colonel, R.E.; Chief Mechanical En- 1892 

gineer. C.B.E. D.S.O. M 4. 

SIMPSON, N. D. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1908 

SIMPSON, R. C. Major, W. Kent Yeo. 1902 

SIMPSON, R. G. L. G. Lieut., R.A.F. 1914 

SIMSON, C. C. Major, Australian A.M.C. M.C. 1889 

SINCLAIR, D. J. O. Lieut., R. Irish Fus. and Tank Corps 1911 

SINGER, C. M. Lieut., Devon Regt. and M.G.C. (Motor). 1908 

M.C. 

SINGTON, A. J. C. Capt. and Adjt., Manchester Regt. 1905 

(T.F.) 

SINGTON, E. C. Capt. and Adjt., Lanes. Fus.(T.F.) 1911 

SKIPWITH, Sir G. H. D'E., Bart. Capt., London Regt. 1903 

(T.F. Res.) 

SLADE, G. O. Lieut., Essex Regt. (W.) 1909 

SLATER, B. H. Major, R.A.M.C. 1897 

SMART, W. M. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1911 

SMILEY, H. S. Capt., R. Fusiliers, attd. Egyptian Army 1901 

SMITH, A. C. S. Lieut., R.A.M.C. M.C. M 2. 1908 

SMITH, A. J.H. Capt., Coldstream Gds. ; Major, G.S.0. 2. 1899 

M.C. M. French Croix de Guerre 

SMITH, B. A. Lieut., R.G.A.; attd. R.E. 1907 

SMITH, B. ABEL. Major, S. Notts. Hussars; Lieut.-Col., 1897 

Middlesex Regt. 

SMITH, C. H. C. Major (S.), R.A.F. D.S.C. 1907 
^SMITH, C. J. DUDLEY. 2nd Lieut., Grenadier Gds. [1914] 

Killed in action 1 6 June 1915 

SMITH, D. ABEL. Lieut., Grenadier Gds.; Capt. and 1911 

Adjt., Gds. M.G. Regt. (W 2.) M.C. M. 

SMITH, G. Gnr., R.G.A. 1916 

SMITH, G. DUDLEY. Capt., Remount Service 1885 
SMITH, G. M. HERBERT. See HERBERT SMITH, G. M. 

SMITH, H. Capt., Hampshire Regt.(T.F. Res.) 1885 
SMITH, H. AUSTEN. See AUSTEN- SMITH, H. 

SMITH, H. V. Sergt., R.A.M.C. 1899 

1 Died of pneumonia shortly after the armistice . 



458 TRINITY COLLEGE 



J.H.MARTIN. 2nd Lieut., Spec. List (Intelligence) 1906 

Died 10 Sept. 1914 
* SMITH, J. H. MICHAEL. 2nd Lieut., Manchester Regt. 1908 

Died 17 Sept. 1914 of wounds received in action 
SMITH, N. B. Capt., R.F.A. (T.F.); empld. War Office. 1884 

(W.) 

SMITH, O. MARTIN. Capt., Grenadier Gds. (W.) 1904 

*SMITH, PETER. Lieut., R.E.; attd. R.F.C. M. 1912 

Killed in action 28 April 1917 

SMITH, PRINCE. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) M.C. 1916 

SMITH, R. Lce.-Corpl., Mtd. Infy., Indian Defence Force 1900 
SMITH, R. A. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1906 

SMITH, R. ABEL. Capt., Hertfordshire Yeo. M.C. M. 1908 
SMITH, R. S. S. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. Albert 1909 

Medal, 2nd Class 

SMITH, R. W. Lieut., R.A.S.C. (W.) 1902 

SMITH, S. B. 2nd Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt.; Capt. (A.), 1909 

R.A.F. M.C. 
^SMITH, S. H. 2nd Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. 1910 

Killed in action 24 Nov. 1915 

SMITH, W. O. Major, Lanes. Fus. 1906 

SMITH-BARRY, R. R. Colonel (A.), R.A.F. A.F.C. 1904 

Brevet Major. Officer, Order of Leopold (Belgium) 
SMYTH, H. W. Lieut., R.N.V.R. C.M.G. M. 1886 

^SNELGROVE, S. H. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1910 

Killed in action at Hooge 30 July 1915 

SOAMES, A. L. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1896 

SOAMES, J. B. 2nd Lieut., Res. Regt. of Cavalry; Lieut.- 1902 

Cdr., R.N.A.S. Order of St Anne (Russia). Order 

of St Vladimir, with swords (Russia) 

SOAMES, M. H. Major, London Regt. (L.R.B.) 1897 

SOAMES, R. M. Capt., R.A.M.C. (P.) 1901 

*SOOLE, S. W. Gnr., R.F.A. 1895 

Died 3 Feb. 1917 of cerebro-spinal meningitis 
SOPER, R. G. Lieut., Northumberland Fus.(T.F.) (W.) 1906 
SOTHAM, F. A. Lieut., Cheshire Regt. (W.) M. 1914 

SOUTHEY, E. Capt., S. Wales Borderers (R. of O.); 1894 

Major, R. Welsh Fus.; Supt., Military Detention 

Barracks, m. 
SOUTHWELL, R. V. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) ; Lieut.-Cdr., 1907 

R.N.V.R.; Major (T.), R.A.F. (Aircraft Production 

Dept.) 

SPARKES, W. L. Capt., Devon Regt.(T.F.) 1913 

SPARROW, E. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1897 



TRINITY COLLEGE 459 

^SPARTALI, C. 2nd Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt. 1907 

Killed in action at Loos 13 Oct. 1915 
SPEDDING, J. A. Lieut., London Regt. (Queen's, Cadet 1897 

Bn.) 
*SPEER, A. H. T. L. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.); Lieut., 1913 

R.F.A.(T.F.);attd. R.F.C. 

Killed in action 9 July 1916 
SPEER, F. A. Major, Herefordshire Regt. and Gen. Staff 1888 

(Area Cmdt.) 

SPENCER, G.T.L. Capt., R.Warwickshire Regt. M.B.E. 1902 
SPENCER, H. V. Lieut., Bedfordshire Yeo.; Capt., Tank 1897 

Corps 

SPENCER, T. D. Capt., Coldstream Gds. 1909 

^SPENS, A. W. Lce.-Corpl., Essex Regt. 1890 

Died 7 Aug. 1917 
SPENS, T. P. Lieut., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles, T.F.) 1913 

and Gen. Staff. (W.) M.C. m. 
^SPICER, E. E. Capt., London Regt. (R. Fus.) 1912 

Killed in action at Oppy Wood 28 March 1918 
SPICER, G. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. M. 1909 

SPICER, L. D. Capt. and Adjt., King's Own (Yorkshire 1912 

L.I.) ; Brigade Major. (W.) D.S.O. M.C. and Bar. 

M 3. 

SPICER, R. Capt.,H.A.C. (W.) M.C. 1904 

^SPIERS, A. L. C. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) 1903 

Killed in action 26 Sept. 1917 
*SPRAGG, C. E. W. Capt., E. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1911 

Killed in action 10 Sept. 1918 

SPRAGGE, F. B. B. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) M.C. M 2. 1911 

SPRANGER, J. A. Lieut., R.E.; Capt., Spec. List. m. 1908 

*SPRIGG,H.A.G. Pte., Middlesex Regt. (P. S. Bn.); Capt., 1901 

Hampshire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 

Killed in action in Palestine 9 April 1918 
SPRINGMAN, J. B. Capt., Denbigh Yeo. and R. Welsh 1910 

Fus. M.C. 

SPRING RICE, C. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1906 

SPROT, Sir A.,Bart.,M.p. Bt. Colonel, Gen. Staff (Ad- 1871 

ministrative Cmdt.) C.M.G. M2. French Croix 

de Guerre 

SQUIRE, C. E. Major, Rifle Brigade. (W 2.) M.C. 1908 

STANBURY TAYLOR, G. R. M. See TAYLOR, G. R. M. S. 
STANCLIFFE, R. S. Lieut., Life Gds.; Capt., R.E. (Sig- 1914 

nals). M 3. 
STANLEY, A. S. W. Lieut.-Col., Suffolk Regt. M. 1880 



460 TRINITY COLLEGE 

STANLEY, A. W. W. Lieut., R. Horse Gds.; Capt., Gds. 1909 

M.G. Regt. M.C. 
STANLEY, C. S. B. W. Lieut., W. Kent Yeo.; Capt. and 1910 

Adjt., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 

STANLEY, C. W. Hon. Major, Cambridgeshire Regt. 1879 
STANNING, J. Lieut., D. of Lancaster's Own Yeo. and 1896 

Manchester Regt. 

STARKIE, R. P. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1908 

STATHERS, G. N. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1904 

STEANE, S. W. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A.; A.D.C.; Capt., 1904 

I.A.R.O. 
STEDMAN, G. F. Capt. and Adjt., York and Lancaster 1913 

Regt. M.C. Mz. 

STEEL, S. S. Major, Lothians and Border Horse 1900 

STEINTHAL, R. E. Lieut., King's Own (R. Lancaster [1914] 

Regt.) 
^STEPHENSON, D. G. Pte., H.A.C.; Lieut., Scots Gds. 1901 

Killed in action 16 May 1915 
STEVENS, A. L. W. Capt., Middlesex Regt. and Spec. [1914] 

List, empld. Ministry of Munitions 

STEVENS, C. J. DUFF. 2nd Lieut., Somerset L.I. 1911 

STEVENSON, S. D. Major, Black Watch 1905 

STEWART, C. A. Lieut., R.E. 1909 

STEWART, C. T. Lieut., S. Irish Horse and R. Irish Regt. 1896 
STEWART, F. W. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. i9th Punjabis. 1904 

(W.) M.C. 
STEWART, H. Colonel, Canterbury Regt., N. Zealand 1904 

Force. (W.) C.M.G. D .S .O . and Bar . M.C. M 5. 

French Croix de Guerre 
^STEWART, J. A. L. Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1911 

Killed in action at Wieltje 13 May 1915 
^STEWART, R. J. Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. M.C. M. 1911 

Died 28 Jan. 1916 of wounds received in action in 

Mesopotamia 13 Jan. 1916 
STEWART-BROWN, R. Capt. and Adjt., D. of Lancaster's 1891 

Own Yeo. 
^STEWART-JONES, T. A. Capt., R. Sussex Regt.(T.F.) 1892 

Killed in action 9 May 1915 
STIGAND, I. A. Lieut., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt., 1899 

T.F.) 
STIRLING, A. Lieut.-Col., Lovat's Scouts (T.F. Res.); 1885 

Brig.-Gen. M. m. 
STIRLING-MAXWELL, Sir J. Hon. Colonel, Cameronians 1884 

(Scottish Rifles, T.F.) 



TRINITY COLLEGE 461 

STIVEN, H. E. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1902 

STOCKER, A. H. Capt., Hampshire Yeo. 1894 

STOCKER, C. J. Major, I. M.S. M.C. M 2. Order of 1904 

the Lion and Sun, yd Class (Persia) 

STOGDON, J. H. Air Mechanic, R.A.F. 1895 

STOKES, F. F. Pte., Hampshire Regt. ; Lieut., Cambridge- 1899 

shire Regt. 
STOREY, K. L. Lieut., 20th Hussars; Capt., Res. Regt. 1905 

of Cavalry 

STOREY, R. A. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. 1907 

STOTT, A. W. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1904 

STOTT, M. D. Capt., Border Regt. M.C. 1905 

STOTT, R. Lieut., Lanes. Fus. 1908 

STRACHAN CARNEGIE, A. B. Capt., R.G.A. 1893 

STRADBROKE, Earl of, C.B., c.v.o., V.D. Hon. Colonel, 1880 

R.F.A.(T.F.); A.D.C. to the King. C.B.E. 
^STRAIN, J. L. Capt., R.G.A. M. 1915 

Killed in action 31 July 1917 

STRAKER, I. A. Capt., 9th Lancers. (W.) 1908 

STREET, H. B. Lieut., R.G.A. 1887 

STUART, Viscount. 2nd Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt. ; Capt., 1908 

Gen. List; Major, M.G.C. and Spec. List (Cmdt., 

School of Instruction). M.C. 
^STUART, C. E. Capt., Suffolk Regt. (Cyclist Bn., T.F.); 1902 

attd. York and Lancaster Regt. 

Died 15 March 1917 of wounds received in action 

12 March 1917 

STUART, W. R. Capt., Gordon Hdrs.(T.F.) (W.) 1902 

STUDD, H. W., D.S.O. Colonel, Coldstream Gds.; Brig.- 1889 

Gen. (W.) C.B. C.M.G. Brevet Colonel. M 5. 

Commander, Legion of Honour (France). Commander, 

Order of the Crown of Italy. Italian Croce di Guerra. 

Officer, Order of Leopold (Belgium). Grand Officer, 

Military Order of Avis (Portugal). American Dis- 
tinguished Service Medal 
!<STUDD, Rev. L. F. Capt., London Regt. (Rangers) 1909 

Killed in action 14 Feb. 1915 
STUDD, V. M. Lieut., Rifle Brigade; attd. Sierra Leone 1909 

Bn., W. African Frontier Force 
^SULIVAN, E. G. Capt., E. Surrey Regt. 1911 

Killed in action 8 May 1917 
* SUMMERS, A. S. M. Capt., i9th Hussars; attd. R.F.C. 1905 

M. 

Killed in action 15 Sept. 1916 



462 TRINITY COLLEGE 

SURTEES, A. A. Capt., Northumberland Fus. and Gen. 1884 

List (Army Canteen Committee) 
^SUTHERLAND, A. G. Pte., Gordon Hdrs. 1907 

Missing, presumed killed in action, 23 March 1916 
^SUTTON, H. J. Lieut., Welsh Gds. 1905 

Killed in action 27 Sept. 1915 

SUTTON, L. N. Capt., Berkshire Yeo. 1912 

SWAINE, J. K. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1903 

SwANN,F.H. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. ; Major (O.), R.A.F. 1892 

M. 
SWANSTON, C. B. Lieut., King's Own Scottish Border- 1901 

ers. (W.) 

SWANWICK, F. B. Capt., Derbyshire Yeo. 1905 

I<SWANWICK, R. K. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt. 1903 

Killed in action 15 Sept. 1914 

SYDNEY, H. Major, R.A.S.C. M 2. 1906 

SYMES, Rev. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1889 

SYMONS, Rev. C. D. Gnr., R.F.A.(T.F.) ; C.F. 4th Class, 1905 

R.A.C.D. M.C. 
SYMPSON, T. M. Lieut., E. Riding of Yorkshire Yeo. 1908 

TABOR, J. C. Colonel, Essex Regt.; attd. Queen's Own 1896 

(R. W. Kent Regt.) (W.) 

TACON, R. C. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1901 

TAGART, Sir H. A. L., C.B., D.S.O. Colonel, i5th Hussars ; 1888 

Major-Gen., D.A. and Q.M.G. K.C.M.G. M 4. 

Commander, Legion of Honour (France) 
TALBOT, J. Major, Newcastle-on-Tyne Grammar School 1895 

O.T.C. 
TANGYE, R. T. G. Major, Gen. List. O.B.E. M 2. 1894 

Chevalier, Order of Leopold (Belgium). French Croix 

de Guerre 
TANSLEY, L. B. Capt., R.F.A.fT.F.); Staff Capt. (W.) 1912 

M.C. 

TATCHELL,E.,D.S.O. Lieut. -Col., Lincolnshire Regt. m. 1888 
TATE, A. W. 2nd Lieut., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles); 1906 

Capt., Black Watch; Lieut.-CoL, M.G.C. (W.) 

D.S.O. M2. 
TATHAM, C. K. Major, London Regt. (R. Fus.); empld. 1900 

O.C.B. 
*TATHAM,G.B. Capt., Rifle Brigade; Brigade Major. M.C. 1902 

Killed in action 30 March 1918 
*TATHAM, L. C. S. 2nd Lieut., Devon Regt. and R.F.C. 1913 

Killed in action 10 Jan. 1918 



TRINITY COLLEGE 463 

TAYLOR, A. L. Capt., Norfolk Regt.(T.F.) 1900 

TAYLOR, C. W. H. Major, Queen's Own (R. W. Kent 1899 

Regt.); A.P.M. D.S.O. Brevet Major. M 4. 

Officer, Order of the Redeemer (Greece). Order of the 

White Eagle, \ih Class, with swords (Serbia) 
TAYLOR, E. M. S. See SEYMOUR TAYLOR, E. M. 
TAYLOR, G. I. Major, Spec. List (Meteorological Service) ; 1905 

attd. R.A.F. m. 
^TAYLOR, G. R. M. S. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1914 

Died 30 Sept. 1917 of wounds received in action 
^TAYLOR, G. W. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1910 

Died 9 Nov. 1917 of gas poisoning 

TAYLOR, H. D. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1899 

TAYLOR, H. G. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1913 

TAYLOR, H. M. Capt., Norfolk Regt.(T.F.); Major, 1913 

M.G.C. M.C. M. 
TAYLOR, Rev. H. M. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. O.B.E. 1909 

M. 
^TAYLOR, L. E. Capt., Madras Gds., Indian Defence Force 1901 

Died 3 Dec. 1917 of enteric fever 

TAYLOR, Rev. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1903 

TEMPERLEY, C. E. Capt. and Adjt., Rifle Brigade. (W.) 1912 

O.B.E. M.C. 

TEMPLE, M. Lieut., R.A.S.C. m. 1901 

TEMPLER, J. F. H. Major, R. Fusiliers. M. 1904 

OTENNANT, C. G. 2nd Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs.(T.F.) 1901 

Killed in action 9 May 1915 

TENNANT, H. V. Lieut., R.E. 1910 

^TENNANT, W. G. Lieut., Strathcona's Horse, Canadian 1897 

Force 

Kitted in action 25 May 1915 
^TENNYSON, Hon. A. A. Capt., Rifle Brigade; G.S.O. 3. 1910 

Killed in action 21 March 1918 
TENNYSON, Hon. L. H. Major, Rifle Brigade. (W3.) 1908 

M2. 

^TERRY, R. J. A., M.V.O. Major, R. Sussex Regt. ; Brigade 1888 

Major. D.S.O. M. 

Killed in action 3 Oct. 1915 
TETLEY,C.H. Lieut.-Col.,W.Yorks.Regt.(T.F.) D.S.O. 1895 

T.D. MI. 

TETLEY, M. H. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1906 
THEOBALD, A. C. L. Major, R.F.A. ; attd. R.M.A., Wool- 1896 

wich. D.S.O. M. 
THEOBALD, W. G. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A.; attd. R.A.F. 1898 



464 TRINITY COLLEGE 

THODAY, D. Lieut., Manchester Univ. O.T.C. 
THOMAS,;. 2nd Lieut., R. Scots Fus.(T.F.) (W 2.) 

M.C. 

THOMAS, O. V. Major (A.), R.A.F. O.B.E. Mz. 
THOMAS, W. E. Capt., Labour Corps 
THOMPSON, C. H. F. Major, London Regt. (L.R.B.); 

D.A.Q.M.G. D.S.O. O.B.E. M 3. French Croix 

de Guerre 
^THOMPSON, F. C. Lieut., R.F.A. 

Died 3 Oct. 1917 of wounds received in action 2 Oct. 

1917 

THOMPSON, H. S. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) (P.) M. 
THOMPSON, J. D. Capt. and Adjt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 
THOMPSON, T. A. L. See LACEY THOMPSON, T. A. 
THOMPSON, W. J. Major, Worcestershire Regt. 
THOMPSON, W. W. Hon. Capt. and Q.M., Lanes. Fus. 

O.B.E. 
THOMSON, G. P. Capt., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey 

Regt.); empld. British Military Mission; attd. R.A.F. 

m. 

THOMSON, J. B. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. 
THOMSON, J. O. Capt., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 

and Gen. Staff (Intelligence). O.B.E. 
THORESBY, M. (late THORESBY- JONES). Pte., London 1909 

Regt. (Artists Rifles); Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 
*THORNHILL, G. R. Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 1910 

Killed in action 22 Oct. 1914 

THORNTON, Rev. C. C. Sergt., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1897 

THORNTON, E. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers 1912 

THORNTON, F. Capt., i6th Lancers. (W.) M. 1912 

THORNTON, F. R. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. 1902 

and Bar. M 2. 

THORNTON, G. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. M.C. and Bar 1890 

THORNTON, Rev. G. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1901 

THORNTON, Rev. J. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1904 

^THORNTON, N. S. Sergt., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.) ; Major, 1902 

Rifle Brigade. D.S.O. M.C. M 2. 

Died 10 April 1918 of wounds received in action 3 

April 1918 
THORP, B. L. Capt., R.A.S.C. and Tank Corps. M.C. 1900 

M. 

THORP, E. B. 2nd Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt. (W.) 1904 

TIARKS, J. G. E. Lieut., ist Dragoon Gds. [ I 9 I 4J 

TICKELL, E. J., D.S.O. Lieut., i4th Hussars (R. of O.) m. 1880 



TRINITY COLLEGE 465 

*TILLARD, T. A. Lieut., Norfolk Yeo. ; Capt. (A.), R.F.C. 1902 

(W.) 

Killed in action 6 Dec. 1916 
TIMES, W. O. Major, Bedfordshire Regt.; D.A.A.G. 1907 

(W.) M.C. M^. 

TIMMIS, R. B. Capt., R.G.A. (Wz.) M 2. 1899 

TINKER, H. W. C. Lieut., R.N.V.R. O.B.E. 1903 

TINSLEY, R. L. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. ; A.D.C. 1912 

TIRARD, N. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1909 

*TISDALL, A. W. ST C. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. (Anson Bn., 1909 

R.N.D.) 

VM. " During the landing from the S.S. " River Clyde " 
at V Beach in the Gallipoli Peninsula on the 25th April, 
1915, Sub-Lieutenant Tisdall, hearing wounded men on 
the beach calling for assistance, jumped into the water 
and, pushing a boat in front of him, went to their rescue. 
He was, however, obliged to obtain help, and took with 
him on two trips Leading Seaman Malia and on other 
trips Chief Petty Officer Perring and Leading Seamen 
Curtiss and Parkinson. In all Sub -Lieutenant Tisdall 
made four or five trips between the ship and the shore, 
and was thus responsible for rescuing several wounded 
men under heavy and accurate fire." Supplement to 
The London Gazette, 31 March, 1916. 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 6 May 1915 

TODD, E. W. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1908 

TODD, J. Lieut., R.F.A. (P.) 1910 

TODHUNTER, H. W. Lieut.-CoL, King's Own Scottish 1892 

Borderers ; Experimental Officer, School of Musketry ; 

empld. Ministry of Munitions. C.M.G. Brevet 

Lieut. -Colonel, m-$. 
*TOLLEMACHE, A. H. W. 2nd Lieut., R.E.; attd. R.F.C. 1912 

Killed in action 19 July 1916 
TOLLEMACHE, Hon. M. G. Capt., Suffolk Regt. (T.F. 1890 

Res.) ; empld. O.C.B. M. 
^TOLLER, G. R. Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. 1890 

Died 27 July 1917 
*TOMLINSON, F. R. J. 2nd Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. 1910 

Killed in action near Ypres 26 Oct. 1914 
TOMLINSON, T. S. Capt., R. Munster Fus.; attd. Lein- 1896 

ster Regt. 
^TOMPSON, A. H. 2nd Lieut., E. African Mtd. Rifles and 1899 

Grenadier Gds. 

Killed in action 27 Sept. 1915 
TOMSON, W. J. M. See MARTIN-TOMSON, W. J. 

C.U.W.L. 30 



466 TRINITY COLLEGE 

TOPLIS, J. Hon. Colonel, Spec. List (Financial Adviser). 

M 2. 

TORR, H. J. Capt., R. Defence Corps 
TORR, J. H. G. Capt., Lincolnshire Regt. (W.) 
ToRREY,C.E. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) (Wa.) 

M. 
TORREY, G. E. F. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) ; 

D.A.Q.M.G., E. Command. (W.) M.C. 
Toss WILL, C. G. Major, R. Defence Corps; attd. 

R.A.F. m. 
TOWER, F. F. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.R.; Cdr., R.N.V.R. 

O.B.E. Italian Bronze Medal for Military Valour 
TOWER, G. E. Capt., R.F.A. M.C. 
TOWNLEY, C. E. Capt., Suffolk Regt. and Gen. List 

(Intelligence). M 2. 

TOWNLEY, M. G. Major, Remount Service 
TOWNSEND, J. S. E. A.B., R.N.V.R.; Major, Spec. List. 

Chevalier, Legion of Honour (France) 
TOWNSHEND, H. Lieut., R.E. (Sound-ranging Section). 

(W.) 

TOWSE, H. B. Lieut.-Col., E. African Force. M 2. 
TOYE, J. F. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 
TRAFFORD, C. E. J. Lieut., Scots Gds.; S.O. 4, R.A.F. 

M.C. M. 

TRAILL, R. R Capt., R.A.M.C. 
TRASENSTER, W. A. Major, R. Fusiliers. M.C. M 2. 
TREDCROFT, J. L. Capt., R.A.S.C. 
TREEBY, F. W. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 
TREGONING, E. A. Capt., Northumberland Fus.; Staff 

Capt., E. Indies 
TREGONING, G. N. Capt., Welsh Regt. and Spec. List, 

empld. Ministry of National Service, m. 
TRENCH, F. C. Lieut., R.G.A. 
TRENCH, R. H. Major, Garrison Artillery, Indian 

Defence Force 

TRENCH, W. L. Major, W. Yorks. Regt. M.C. 
TRITTON, H. L. M. Major, Essex Yeo. 
^TROTTER, C. L. Lieut., King's African Rifles 

Died 22 Jan. 1918 
TROTTER, C. W., T.D. Hon. Colonel, S. Notts. Hussars 

(T.F. Res.) and Gen. Staff. C.B. M 2. m. 
^TROTTER, K. S. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 

Killed in action 26 April 1915 
TROTTER, R. D. Capt., Rifle Brigade 



TRINITY COLLEGE 467 

^TROUTON, E. A. Lieut., R. Inniskilling Fus. 1910 

Killed in action i July 1916 
^TROUTON, F. T. Capt., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 1910 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 
^TRUSCOTT, F. G. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. (Cyclist Bn., 1912 

T.F.);attd. R.F.C. M.C. M. 

Killed in action 6 April 1917 

TUCK, N. J. Capt., Norfolk Regt. (W 2.) 1911 

TUFNELL, N. C. Capt., Grenadier Gds. 1907 

*TUKE, Rev. F. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1886 

Killed in action 20 July 1916 
TURNBULL, R. W. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.); Staff Capt. 1901 

M.C. Mz. 
^TURNER, A. C. Pte., R. Fusiliers ; 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1900 

Killed in action 1 6 Jan .1918 
TURNER, A. W. Capt., D. of Cornwall's L.I. (W3.) 1908 

M.C. 
TURNER, F.G. Capt., Gen. List (Brigade Major). O.B.E. 1908 

M.C. M. 

TURNER, H. E. M. Major, Norfolk Regt. (W.) 1893 

TURNER, H. H. Lieut.-Col., R.E. 1891 

TURNER, W. A. S. Major, R.F.A. M.C. M. 1908 

TWEEDIE,H.A. Capt.(A.),R.A.F.;Major,S.O.2. A.F.C. 1907 
TwEEDY,W.R. Q.M.S.,CanadianHdrs. ; Major, R.A.S.C. 1907 

(W.) M. 

TWOMEY, R. A. Instructor Lieut., R.N. 1913 

TWOPENY, R. E. N. Lieut., K. Edward's Horse. (W.) 1913 

M.C. and Bar 
TYRWHITT DRAKE, C. W. Lieut., R. Defence Corps. (W.) 1898 

ULLMAN, R. B. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W3.) M.C. 1913 

ULYAT, Rev. E. S. Chaplain, R.N. 1906 

UNGOED, G. T. 2nd Lieut., Middlesex Regt.(T.F.); 1900 

empld. War Office 

UNNA, P. J. H. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. 1896 

^UPJOHN, W. M. Capt., Welsh Gds. 1903 

Killed in action 24 Aug. 1918 

URWICK, R. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1894 

USHER, T. C. Capt., R.F.A.; Staff Capt. M 2. 1898 

UTHWATT, Yen. W. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1900 

UZIELLI, C. F. Lieut., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) 1902 

and Tank Corps. (W 2.) M.C. 

VALENTINE, Rev. H. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1875 

3O 2 



468 TRINITY COLLEGE 

VAN DUZER, F. C. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) French Croix [1914] 

de Guerre 
VAN DUZER, S. R. Capt., York and Lancaster Regt.; 1899 

empld. War Office 
^VAN PRAAGH, R. B. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle [1914] 

Corps. (W.) 

Killed in action 9 April 1917 

VAN RAALTE, N. M. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1907 

VANE, Hon. C. W. See BARNARD, Lord 
VANE, Hon. R. F. Capt., Durham L.I. 
VANE-TEMPEST, E.C.W. Lieut., R.N.V.R. (W.) D.S.C. 

M. 
*VARLEY, L. Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding Regt., 

T.F.) 

Killed in action 12 Nov. 1915 
VAUGHAN, E. W. B. Lieut., E. Surrey Regt.; empld. 

O.C.B. 

VAUGHAN, R. B. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 
VAUGHAN- WILLIAMS, R. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 
VEATER, A. W. Instructor Cdr., R.N. ; empld. Admiralty. 

Chevalier, Legion of Honour (France) 
VENN, J. A. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt. 
VENNING, J. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
VERB HODGE, H. S. See HODGE, H. S. VERB 
VEREKER, G. G. M. Capt., Grenadier Gds. M.C. M. 
VEREKER,Hon.S.R. Lieut., R.H.A. (T.F.) (W.) M.C. 

M. 
VEREY,H.E. Lieut.-Col., Spec. List (A.D.G.T.) D.S.O. 

M. 

VERNON, J. C. Sergt., H.A.C. (W.) 
*VERNON, W. H. Lieut., London Regt. (R. Fus.) 

Killed in action near Les Bceufs 7 Oct. 1916 
^VERRALL, C. F. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. M. 

Killed in action 22 Dec. 1914 
VERRALL, P. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
*VICKERS, R. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 

Died 10 Dec. 1917 of wounds received in action 
VINCENT, R. B. Capt., Gordon Hdrs.(T.F.); Major, 

D.A.D.R.T. Brevet Major 

VINTER, P. J. Lieut., Devon Regt.(T.F.) ; Major, A.P.M. 
VIVIAN, Hon. O. R., T.D. Major, Glamorgan Yeo.; 

Lieut.-Col., Cameron Hdrs. M.V.O. D.S.O. M. 
VIZARD, W. G. Lieut., Dorset Regt.(T.F.); Staff Capt. [1914] 

M. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 469 

VON SCHRODER, Baron W. H. Capt., Remount Service 1886 

Vos, S. Lieut., Devon Regt.(T.F.) 1907 

WADE,E. B. H. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1891 

WADE, H. O. Lieut.-Col., W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) and 1887 

Gen. Staff. (W.) D.S.O. M 2. 

WADS WORTH, J. Corpl., R.E. (Meteorological Section) 1913 

WAECHTER, Sir H., Bart. Hon. Colonel, R.F.A.(T.F.) 1889 

and Gen. Staff. C.M.G. Italian Croce di Guerra 

WAGGETT, Rev. P. N. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M 2. *i9io 

WAINWRIGHT, B. M. Lieut. (A.), R. A. F. (P.) [1914] 

WAINWRIGHT, Rev. R. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1908 

M. 

WAKEFIELD, A. W. Lieut. (M.O.), Newfoundland Regt.; 1895 

Lieut., R.A.M.C.; Capt., Canadian A.M.C. M. 

WAKEFIELD, E. W. Capt., Cheshire Regt. ; Major, Border 1880 

Regt. (T.F.); Capt., Labour Corps 

WAKEFIELD, J. H. Lieut., W. Somerset Yeo. 1905 

^WAKEFORD, E. K. Lieut., Leicestershire Regt. (W.) 1912 

Killed in action 1 6 July 1916 

WALE, E. H. Capt., R.E. M.C. M. 1910 

WALKER, E. E. Lieut., R.E. (London Electrical En- 1902 

gineers, T.F.); empld. Ministry of Munitions 

WALKER, F. G. Major, R.A.S.C. M 3. 1901 

^WALKER, G. F. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.); 2nd Lieut., 1895 

York and Lancaster Regt.(T.F.) 

Killed in action 7 Dec. 1916 

WALKER, J. P. E. Lieut., 2nd Dragoons (R. Scots Greys). 191 1 

(W 2.) M. French Croix de Guerre 

WALKER, K. P. Capt., York and Lancaster Regt. ; Major, 1905 

W. Yorks. Regt. (W.) M.C. M. 

WALKER, M. A. Lieut., Madras and S. Mahratta Railway 1903 

Rifles, Indian Defence Force 

WALKER, N. O. Hon. Major, Spec. List. O.B.E. 1895 

WALKER, Sir R. J. M., Bart. Capt., Coldstream Gds.; 1908 

empld. Gen. Staff, N. Zealand Force 

WALKER, R. W. S. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1901 

WALKER, T. A. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1896 

WALKER, W. E. Major, Durham L.I.(T.F.) 1896 

WALL, A. H. Lieut.-Col., Marlborough College O.T.C. 1892 

m. 

WALL, T. Capt., R.G.A. (W.) M.C. 1914 

WALLACE, Rev. A. W. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

WALLACE, G. L'E. Major, Dorset Regt. 1914 



470 TRINITY COLLEGE 

WALLACE, J. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) O.B.E. 1880 

WALLACE, J. A. V. and Lieut., R.F.A. 1910 

^WALLACE, W. E. Lieut., R. Scots (T.F.) 1907 

Killed in action 17 April 1917 

WALLER, H. K. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1900 

*WALROND, V. Major, R.F.A. (W.) M 2. 1908 

Killed in action 26 April 1917 
WALSH, A. D. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 2nd 1909 

Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 
*WALSH, P. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. (W.) M. 1914 

Died 8 July 1916 of wounds received in action 
WALTERS, A. M. Lieut., Res. Regt. of Cavalry [ J 9 T 4] 

^WALTERS, G. Y. L. Lieut., Irish Gds. 1913 

Died 15 Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 
WALTERS, W. L. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1907 

WANLISS, D. S. Lieut.-Col., 5th Infy. Bn. and Gen. List, 1884 

Australian Force. C.M.G. M. 

WARBURG,O.E. Capt., R.G.A. and Gen. Staff. O.B.E. m. 1895 

WARD, C. B. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F. Res.) 1893 

*WARD, R. O. C.. Capt., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.); 1900 

Major, Tank Corps. (W 2.) M 2. 

Killed in action 20 Nov. 1917 

WARD, W. DUDLEY, M.P. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. M. 1896 
WARD, W. J. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. Rangoon Bn., Indian 1906 

Defence Force 
WARD-JACKSON, R. Capt., Leicestershire Regt.(T.F.) 1910 

(W.) 
WARDE-ALDAM, W. ST A. Capt., Coldstream Gds.; 1900 

Lieut.-Col., London Regt. (Blackheath and Woolwich 

Bn.) (W.) D.S.O. Brevet Major. Brevet Lieut.- 

Colonel. M 4. Chevalier , Legion of Honour (France) 
WARDELL, J. M. Lieut., S. Irish Horse; Capt., R. Irish 1904 

Regt. (W.) (P.) M. 

WARDELL- YERBURGH, G. B. Fit. Sub-Lieut., R.N.A.S. 1912 
*WARDLEY, G. C. N. Lieut., R.G.A. 1910 

Died 24 July 1916 of wounds received in action 
*WARE, F. H. Capt., London Regt. (Kensington Bn.) 1891 

Killed in action i July 1916 

WARE, J. G. W. Capt., R.G.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1902 

WARE, Rev. M. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1891 

WARINGTON SMYTH, H. See SMYTH, H. W. 
WARMINGTON, E. S. Capt., Labour Corps 1900 

WARREDYMOND, G.W. Capt., E. Surrey Regt. (P.) 1907 

M.C. M. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 471 

WARRINGTON, J. C. Capt., R.E. M2. French Croix de 1905 

Guerre 

WARRINGTON, T. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
WARWICK, H. B. Lieut.-Col., Northumberland Fus. 

(R. ofO.) (W.) M. 
^WASBROUGH, W. L. 2nd Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 1910 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 
WATERLOW, G. W. Lieut., R.A.S.C.; Capt., Spec. List 1902 

(R.T.O.) M. 
^WATKYN-THOMAS, A. Capt., Highland L.I. 1910 

Missing, presumed killed in action, 13 Nov. 1916 
WATKYN-THOMAS, F. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1906 

WATNEY, C. N., T.D. Lieut.-Col., Queen's Own (R.W. 1887 

Kent Regt., T.F.) 

WATNEY, G. N. Capt., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 1897 

WATNEY, M. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1906 

^WATNEY, W. H. Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1898 

Killed in action 10 May 1915 

WATSON, B. B. Lieut., Irish Gds. O.B.E. 1896 

WATSON, D. P. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. D.S.O. M. 1893 
WATSON, F. B. Capt., London Regt. (R. Fus.) 1898 

WATSON, H. Sapper, R.E. (Meteorological Section) 1907 

WATSON, J. B. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) and Gen. Staff 1891 

WATSON, R. A. Lieut., Border Regt. and M.G.C. (W.) 1911 
WATSON, Hon. R. B. W. Lieut., R. Scots (T.F.) (W.) 1901 
WATSON, R. H. LINDSAY. Lieut., Gordon Hdrs. 1905 

WATSON- ARMSTRONG, Hon. W. J. M. Capt., Northum- 1911 

berland Fus.(T.F.) (W.) M. 
* WATSON-TAYLOR, A. S. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. 1902 

Killed in action 14 Sept. 1917 

WATSON-TAYLOR, C. A. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1904 

WATT, W. O. Capt. (Aviation), Foreign Legion, French 1896 

Army; Lieut.-Col. (A.), Australian Flying Corps. 

O.B.E. M\. m. Chevalier, Legion of Honour (France). 

French Croix de Guerre 
WATTS, A. E. Lce.-CorpL, Middlesex Regt. ; 2nd Lieut., 1907 

Indian Army 

WAUTON, E. A. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. 1910 

WEATHERHEAD, E. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1892 

WEAVER, A. B. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt.fT.F.) ; attd. Rifle 1893 

Brigade (T.F.) 
*WEBB, J. B. Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt.; attd. Bedfordshire 1913 

Regt. 

Killed in action near Ypres 21 April 1915 



472 TRINITY COLLEGE 

WEBB-PEPLOE, M. H. Capt., R.G.A. M.C. M. 1915 

^WEBSTER, J. F. 2nd Lieut., Black Watch; attd. Gordon 1012 

Hdrs. M. 

Killed in action 30 Oct. 1914 
WEBSTER, R. G. Capt., Spec. List (Recruiting Staff) and 1864 

p "P A 

^WEDGWOOD, A. F. Capt., N. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1895 

Killed in action 14 March 1917 
WEDGWOOD, F. H. Capt., Spec. List (Recruiting Staff). 1886 

m. 
WEDGWOOD, R. L. Lieut.-Col., R.E.; Brig.-Gen., Di- 1892 

rector of Docks. C.B. C.M.G. M 4. Officer, 

Legion of Honour (France). French Croix de Guerre. 

Commander, Ordre de la Couronne (Belgium). Officer, 

Order of St Maurice and St Lazarus (Italy) 
WEEKES, C. R. H. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. (W.) 1912 

*WEGG-PROSSER, C. F. 2nd Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. and 1911 

Rifle Brigade 

Killed in action 3 Sept. 1916 
WEGUELIN, T. N. Capt., Hampshire Regt.; Capt. (T.), 1906 

R.A.F. 
WEIR, G. A. Colonel, 3rd Dragoon Gds.; Brig.-Gen. 1895 

(W.) C.M.G. D.S.O. Brevet Colonel. Brevet 

Lieut. -Colonel. M 4 . Officer, Order of St Maurice and 

St Lazarus (Italy). French Croix de Guerre 
WEIR, H. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. (sth London Gen. Hos- 1899 

pital, T.F.) 

WEIR, H. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1894 

WELCH, J. Capt., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt., T.F.) 1903 

and R.E. (Sound-ranging Section). (W.) 

WELCH, J. J. Lieut., R.G.A. 1907 

WELD-FORESTER, Hon. G. C. B. See FORESTER, Lord 1887 

WELD-FORESTER, Rev. O.STM. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1896 

^WELDON, Sir A. A., Bart., c.v.o., D.S.O. Colonel, Leinster 1881 

Regt. Brevet Colonel 

Died 28 June 1917 
*WELSH, A. R. Lieut., Yorkshire Regt.(T.F.) (W 2.) M. 1902 

Died 19 Feb. 1916 of wounds received in action 
WENDELL, J. 2nd Lieut., United States F.A. 1915 

WENHAM, C. H. Capt., Rifle Brigade. M. 1910 

WENHAM, E. H. Capt., R.F.A. (W 2.) 1912 

WENHAM, J. H. Lieut., Suffolk Yeo. 1909 

WENTWORTH-FITZWILLIAM, G. J. C. 2nd Lieut., North- 1907 

amptonshire Yeo. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 473 



*WEST,C.S. Cdr,R.N.V.R.(R.N.D.) (W.) D.S.O. M 3 . 1908 

Killed in action 30 Dec. 1917 
WEST, E. B. Lieut., Shropshire Yeo. and R.E. (Field 1911 

Survey Coy.) 
WEST, E. E. Capt., 5th Lancers (R. of O.) ; Major, cmdg. 1886 

Cavalry Depot 
*WESTBY, P. ST G. C. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1908 

Killed in action 23 Sept. 1917 

WESTERN, O. Sergt., H.A.C.; Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 1907 

WESTMACOTT, P. G. Capt., 3ist Punjabis, Indian Army 1913 
WESTOLL, J. Capt., Durham L.I.(T.F.) and Spec. List 1908 

(Asst. Instructor in Musketry) 

WETHERED, H. E. Capt., Welsh Gds.; G.S.O. 3. M. 1907 
WHADCOAT, W. H. Capt., Spec. List, empld. Ministry 1889 

of National Service 
WHARTON, J. R. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt.(T.F.) 1900 

(W.) 
^WHATFORD, G. L. Capt., 66th Punjabis, Indian Army 1896 

Kitted in action at the Persian Gulf 22 Nov. 1915 
WHATLEY,W. H. Major, R.A.S.C. M. 1894 

WHATMAN ,W.D. Bt. Colonel, Remount Service; Cmdt., 1878 

Remount Depot. C.M.G. M 3 . 

WHATTON, Rev. A. B. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1881 

^WHEATCROFT, G. H. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1907 

Killed in action 13 Aug. 1915 
WHEELER, E. V. V., V.D. Hon. Colonel, Worcestershire 1877 

Regt.(T.F.) O.B.E. 

WHEELER, W. R. Capt., London Regt. (Queen's). M.C. [1914] 
WHIDBORNE, B. S. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) M.C. French 1912 

Croix de Guerre 
^WHIDBORNE, G. F. Lieut., Coldstream Gds. (W.) M.C. 1909 

M. 

Died 24 Oct. 1915 of wounds received in action 
*WHITAKER, F. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1893 

Died 28 Oct. 1916 

WHITAKER, V. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) M.C. M. 1905 

WHITE, Sir A. W., Bart. Lieut.-Col., R.H.A. 1896 

WHITE, C. F. O. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1896 

WHITE, E. A. S. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt.; empld. [1914] 

O.C.B. (W.) 

WHITE, F. B. HOWARD. Capt., R.E. M.C. M 3. 1914 

WHITE, H. E. Trooper, Calcutta Light Horse, Indian 1904 

Defence Force. (W.) 
WHITE, J. D. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1890 



474 TRINITY COLLEGE 

*WHITE, L. W. Lieut., ist Dragoon Gds.; attd. 2nd 1905 

Dragoon Gds. (Queen's Bays) 

Died 4 Sept. 1914 of wounds received in action at Nery 

i Sept. 1914 
WHITE, R. D. Major, Hampshire Yeo. and Hampshire 1006 

Regt.(T.F.) 
*WHITE, R. E. 2nd Lieut., R.E.(T.F.) 1909 

Died 5 March 1915 of wounds received in action at 

Ypres 4 March 1915 
WHITEHEAD, F. Lieut., D. of Lancaster's Own Yeo.; 1908 

attd. R.F.C. (W.) 
^WHITEHEAD, J. R. G. 2nd Lieut., R.F.C. 1908 

Killed in flying accident 3 Aug. 1916 

WHITEHEAD, R. W. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) M.C. 1907 
WHITEHEAD, T. N. Capt., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) ; empld. Min- 1910 

istry of Munitions 
WHITEHORN, R. D. Lieut., Calcutta Bn., Indian Defence 1910 

Force. M.B.E. M. 

WHITELAW, J. B. Capt., R. Defence Corps, m. 1889 

WHITFIELD, S. P. Trooper, London Yeo. ; Air Mechanic, 1909 

R.A.F. 

WHITHAM, J. W. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt.; R.T.O. 1910 
WHITLARK, J. H. Major, R.A.S.C. Brevet Major. M. 1908 
WHITLEY, E. N. Lieut.-Col., R.F.A.(T.F.); Brig.-Gen. 1892 

C.B. C.M.G. D.S.O. T.D. Mj. 

WHITTINGTON, T. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1909 

WHITTLE, D. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. (W 2.) M.C. 1908 
WHITWORTH, E. E. A. Capt., S. Wales Borderers. (W.) 1908 

M.C. M 2. French Croix de Guerre 

WHITWORTH, Rev. G. E. A. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1906 

WHITWORTH, W. H. A. Lieut., Dorset Regt. (T.F.); 1905 

Capt. (A.), R.F.C. (W.) M.C. 

WIDDOWSON, F. J. Capt., Durham L.I. (W.) 1888 

WIGGIN, Sir C.R.H., Bart. Major, Staffordshire Yeo. M. 1903 

I* WIGGIN, G. R. Lieut., Worcestershire Yeo. 1907 

Killed in action in Egypt 23 April 1916 
WIGGIN, W. H. Major, Worcestershire Yeo. ; Lieut.-Col., 1906 

Sherwood Rangers. (W2.) D.S.O. and Bar. M 4. 
WIGRAM, C. K. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1908 

WIGRAM, Rev. H. F. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1892 

WILDE, R.W. Capt., Manchester Regt. ; empld. Command 1880 

Depot 
* WILDING, A. F. Capt., R. Marines 1902 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 9 May 1915 



TRINITY COLLEGE 475 

WILENKIN, C. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) i 

WILKES,J. F. Capt., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) i 

WILKIN, W. R. Lieut., London Regt. (L.R.B.); attd. 1965 

Lanes. Fus. (W.) 

WILKINSON, Rev. G. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1894 
WILKINSON, Rev. H. R. Chaplain, R.N. O.B.E. 1891 

WILKINSON, R. J., C.M.G. Commander-in- Chief, Sierra 1886 

Leone 
^WILLANS, R. ST J. Lieut., Northumberland Fus. 1896 

Killed in action 9 Nov. 1914 

WiLLETT,W.L. Lieut., London Regt. (L.R.B.) (Wa.) M. 1909 

WILLIAMS, A. K. and Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. 1913 

WILLIAMS, C. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1905 

^WILLIAMS, C. E. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1900 

Killed in action 17 Oct. 1917 
WILLIAMS, E. Capt., Yorkshire Regt.fT.F.) ; attd. 1909 

R.A.O.C. (W.) 
* WILLIAMS, E. G. Lieut., Grenadier Gds. 1907 

Killed in action 12 Aug. 1915 
^WILLIAMS, G. Capt., Welsh Regt. (W.) M. 1908 

Died 15 Nov. 1918 of pneumonia following influenza 

contracted on active service 

WILLIAMS, G. H. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1910 

^WILLIAMS, G. T. Lieut., R.F.A. 1911 

Died 19 April 1918 of injuries accidentally received 
^WILLIAMS, N. D. Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. and Gen. Staff 1910 

(Intelligence). M. 

Killed in action 22 Oct. 1918 

WILLIAMS, P. Lieut., R.E. (W.) 1903 

^WILLIAMS, R. D. GARNONS. Lieut.-Col., R. Fusiliers 1874 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 
WILLIAMS, S. C. Capt., Leicestershire Regt. and S. 1897 

and T. Corps, Indian Army; Major, D.A.Q.M.G. 
WILLIAMS-ELLIS, B. C. Capt., Welsh Gds. and Gen. 1902 

Staff. M.C. M. 
WILLIAMS-FREEMAN, A. P. Major, D. of Cornwall's L.I. ; 1884 

Lieut.-Col., R.A.O.C.; Ordnance Officer, 2nd Class; 

A.D.O.S. D.S.O. O.B.E. M 5. 
WILLIAMS-GREEN, W.T. Capt., Manchester Regt. (W2.) 1911 

M.C. 
WILLIAMS-THOMAS, F. S. Major, Worcestershire Yeo. 1897 

(P.) D.S.O. M. 

WILLIAMS WYNN, W. Lieut., ist Dragoons. (W.) 1909 

WILLIAMSON, D. A. Lieut., nth Hussars 1912 



476 TRINITY COLLEGE 

WILLIAMSON, G. E. Capt., E. Surrey Regt.(T.F. Res.) 1905 
WILLIAMSON, J. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1911 

WILLIAMSON, S. K. G. Capt., London Yeo. (West- 1906 

minster Dragoons); Major, M.G.C. M. 
WILLINK, H. U. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) M.C. M. 1912 

French Croix de Guerre 
WILLOUGHBY, Hon. C. S. H. D. See HEATHCOTE- 1888 

DRUMMOND-WILLOUGHBY, Hon. C. S. 
^WILLOUGHBY, F. G. G. Capt., Rifle Brigade 1908 

Killed in action 9 Aug. 1915 
^WILLOUGHBY, Sir J. C., Bart. Major, R.A.S.C. D.S.O. 1884 

M2. 

Died 1 6 April 1918 of illness contracted on active ser- 
vice in E. Africa 
*WILLS, O. B. W. Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. M.C. 1911 

Died 10 Nov. 1918 of wounds received in action 
*WILLS, R. B. M. Capt., R.E.(T.F.) M. 1908 

Killed in action 15 Feb. 1915 
WILLS, R. D. Capt., Somerset L.I.fT.F.); Hon. Capt. 1910 

(T.), R.A.F. 

WILLS, S. W. Capt., E. Surrey Regt.; empld. O.C.B. 1907 
WILLS, W. D. M. Capt., N. Somerset Yeo. Chevalier, 1906 

Ordre du Merite Agricole (France) 

WILSON, A. C. Lieut., i2th Lancers; Major (A.), R.A.F. 1913 
^WILSON, A. G. MARYON. Trooper, Australian Light 1900 

Horse 

Killed in action 15 May 1915 

WILSON, A. H. R. Lieut., Black Watch (T.F.) (W.) 1908 
WILSON, B. FixzG. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps and 1907 

Gen. List (Staff Capt.) M.C. 

WILSON, C. Capt., Lincolnshire Yeo. and M.G.C. M. [1914] 
WILSON, C. E. Lieut., ist Dragoon Gds. 1911 

WILSON, C. T. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1907 

WILSON, E. R. Lieut., Rifle Brigade; Staff Lieut. (In- 1898 

telligence) 

WILSON, F. B. Lieut., R. Fusiliers. (W.) 1900 

WILSON, G. Lieut., R.M.A. M. 1914 

WILSON, G. B. 2nd Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 45th Rattray's 1906 

Sikhs 

WILSON, H. N. S. Major, Worcestershire Yeo. 1903 

WILSON, J. C. Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. (W.) M. 1910 

^WILSON, J. S. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. (W.) M. 1914 

Died 12 Oct. 1917 of wounds received in action 
WILSON, K. H. Lieut., R.E. M.C. 1903 



TRINITY COLLEGE 477 

^WILSON, L. C. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Regt. 1914 

Died 12 Aug. 1915 of wounds received in action 7 July 

I 9 I 5 

WILSON, L. G. Capt., Gen. List (R.T.O.) 1895 

*WILSON, R. E. Lieut., R. Scots. (W.) 1911 

Died 28 Sept. 1915 of wounds received in action 25 Sept, 



WIMBORNE, Rt. Hon. Lord. Lieut.-Gen., Lord Lieu- 1890 

tenant of Ireland 

WINBY, I. S. Lieut., R.E. 1897 

WINBY, L. P. Major, London Yeo. (Westminster 1894 

Dragoons) ; Lieut. -Col., Labour Corps. M 2. Belgian 

Croix de Guerre 
WINCH, A. B. Capt., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent Regt.); 1893 

attd. R.E. M.B.E. 
WINCH, GEORGE B. Hon. Lieut.-Col., R. East Kent Yeo. 1886 

.(T.F. Res.) mz. 
*WINCH, GORDON B. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) D.S.O. M. 1895 

Died 10 April 1918 of wounds received in action 9 

April 1918 
*WiNCH, R. B. 2nd Lieut., R. East Kent Yeo. [1914] 

Accidentally killed 16 April 1915 
WINCH, S. B. Major, R.A.O.C.; D.A.D.O.S. O.B.E. 1903 

M2. 

WINDSOR , Viscount . Capt . , Worcestershire Yeo . and Gen . 1 907 

Staff (Intelligence). M. 
^ WINDSOR- CLIVE, Hon. A. Lieut., Coldstream Gds. 1909 

Killed in action 25 Aug. 1914 

WINGATE, R. C. Lieut., R.A.O.C. 1904 

WINGFIELD, C. T. 2nd Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt.; 1907 

Lieut., R. Dublin Fus. 
WINGFIELD, J. M., D.S.O. Major, Coldstream Gds. (R. of 1881 

O.) ; Lieut.-Col., Spec. List (R.T.O.) O.B.E. M. 
WINKWORTH, H. S. Lieut., 2nd Dragoon Gds. (Queen's [1914] 

Bays); Hon. Lieut. (O.), R.A.F. 

WINTER, CECIL E. 2nd Lieut. (Ad.), R.A.F. 1898 

WINTER, CLAUD E. Pte., R.A.O.C and Queen's Own 1901 

(R. W. Kent Regt.); 2nd Lieut., E. Surrey Regt. 
WINTER, Rev. E. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1903 

WINTER, W. DE L. Capt., Cambridge Univ. O.T.C.; 1889 

empld. O.C.B. 

WINTERBOTHAM, E. M. Lieut., R.G.A. M.C. 1901 

iWiNTHROP- SMITH, B. R. Lieut., Scots Gds. 1900 

Died 15 Nov. 1914 of wounds received in action 



478 TRINITY COLLEGE 

WOLFE BARRY, E. G. Lieut., R.N.V.R.(R.N.D.) (Wa.) 1904 
WOLFE BARRY, K. A. Capt., R.G.A. and Spec. List, 1897 

empld. Ministry of Munitions. O.B.E. rm. 
WOLLASTON, G. W., M.V.O. A.B., R.N.V.R. 1893 

WOLLASTON, H. C. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1908 

and Derby Regt., T.F.) and M.G.C. 
WOLRYCHE-WHITMORE, J. E. A. Lieut., King's (Shrop- 1902 

shire L.I.); empld. Directorate of Docks. (W.) 
WOOD, A. R. Capt., Lanes. Hussars. M.C. 1908 

WOOD, Rev. C. T. T. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1903 

M.C. 
WOOD, E. R. Lieut., W. Kent Yeo. and Spec. List (In- 1904 

telligence) 
WOOD, F. Capt. and Adjt., Lanes. Fus.(T.F.); Major, 1908 

E. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.) (P.) M.C. 
WOOD, J. L. Major, R.A.M.C. O.B.E. M 3. Chevalier, 1899 

Military Order of Avis (Portugal) 
WOOD, T. L. C. Lieut., London Regt. (L.R.B.) and 1898 

Labour Corps 

WOODALL, J. C. Lieut., Surrey Yeo. M. 1902 

^WOODHOUSE, E. J. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. Cavalry 1903 

Died 1 8 Dec. 1917 of wounds received in action i Dec. 

1917 

WOODHOUSE, R. Major, Essex Yeo.(T.F. Res.) 1872 

^WOODLAND, C. A. Asst. Paymaster, R.N.V.R.; Lieut., 1903 

N. Staffs. Regt.; attd. King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 

(W.) 

Died i April 1918 of cerebro-spinal meningitis 
^WOODROFFE, N. L. Lieut., Irish Gds. M. 1911 

Killed in action 6 Nov. 1914 

WOODS, Rev. E. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1896 

WOODS, Rt. Rev. F. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1892 
WOODS, J. M. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 1906 

WOODSEND, H. D. Capt., R.F.A.; Staff Capt. (W.) 1914 

Italian Silver Medal for Military Valour 
^WOOLF, C. N. S. 2nd Lieut., 2Oth Hussars 1907 

Died 30 Nov. 1917 of wounds received in action 27 Nov. 

1917 
WOOLLEY, E. C. 2nd Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 1907 

(W.) 

WOOSNAM, Yen. C. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 1875 

WOOSNAM, M. Lieut., Montgomeryshire Yeo. 1911 

i<WooTTON, J. W. Capt., Suffolk Regt. (W.) m. 1910 

Died ii Oct. 1917 of wounds received in action 



TRINITY COLLEGE 479 

O. B. 2nd Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. 1906 

L.I. ; Lieut., M.G.C. 

Killed in action 2 April 1917 
^WORKMAN, E. Lieut., R. Irish Rifles. M.C. M. 1905 

Died 26 Jan. 1916 of wounds received in action 
WORKMAN, E. W. Intelligence Section, French Army 1908 
*WORMALD, D. F. P. Capt., R.G.A.(T.F.) and Gen. Staff 1904 

Died 4 Nov. 1918 of septic pneumonia 

WORMALD, F. W., D.S.O. Lieut.-CoL, ist Dragoons. M 2. 1888 
* WORMALD, G. Capt., Lanes. Fus. 1902 

Killed in action 14 Sept. 1916 
WORMALD, H. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) and 1903 

S. Lanes. Regt. 

WORRALL, P. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) 1899 

WORSDELL, G. B. Major, Yorkshire Regt. Brevet Major. 1900 

O.B.E. M. 

WORTHINGTON, R. T. Major, R.A.M.C. (W.) 1893 

WRAITH, H. D. Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1890 

Regt., T.F.) 
WRIGHT, Rev. A. B. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. (W 2.) 1899 

M.C. M. 
WRIGHT, Sir A. E. Colonel, A.M.S. K.B.E. C.B. M 3. 1886 

Officer, Ordre de la Couronne (Belgium) 

WRIGHT, H. FrrzH. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F. Res.) 1889 

WRIGHT, H. G. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1914 

WRIGHT, R. M. Capt., Coldstream Gds.; Major, Gds. 1909 

M.G. Regt. (Ws.) M.C. and Bar. M. 
WRIGHTSON, R. G. Major, London Regt. (Post Office 1888 

Rifles), m. 

WRIGHTSON, T. G. Major, Durham L.I. (T.F.) m. 1889 

WRIGHTSON, W. I. Lieut., Durham L.I.(T.F.) 1894 

^WRIGLEY, C. J. O. Trooper, K. Edward's Horse 1913 

Killed in action 26 May 1915 
WYKEHAM, P. H. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.); Staff Capt. M.C. 1899 



WYNNE, A.M. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. (W.) A.F.C. 1910 

WYNNE, J. B. Lieut., Hampshire Regt. 1895 

^ WYNNE- JONES, M. Lieut., R.E. 1905 

Killed in action 29 Oct. 1914 

WYNYARD WRIGHT, A. T. 2nd Lieut., E. Surrey Regt.; 1913 

Lieut. (A.) and Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 

*YARROW,E.F. 2nd Lieut., Argyll and Suther land Hdrs. M. 1913 
Killed in action near Ypres 8 May 1915 



480 TRINITY COLLEGE 

YATES, J. M. ST J. Lieut, R.N.V.R. 1897 

YEO, H. E. Capt, King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.); 1913 

Major,D.A.Q.M.G. (W.) M.C. BrevetMajor. M2. 

*YEO, L. F. Lieut, S. Staffs. Regt. 1911 

Died 10 March 1915 of wounds received in action 

YOOL, G. A. Major, S. Staffs. Regt.; Lieut.-Col, 1895 



Lincolnshire Regt.(T.F.) (W 2.) D.S.O. M 2. 
i.C. 



YOUNG, C.F. Pte, R.A.S.C. 1883 

YOUNG, E. HILTON, M.P. Lieut.-Cdr, R.N.V.R. (W.) 1897 

D.S.O. D.S.C. M. Order of Karageorge^th Class 

(Serbia). Serbian Medal for Valour. French Croix de 

Guerre 

YOUNG, F. H. Capt, R.A.M.C. O.B.E. M. 1910 

YOUNG, H. A. Lieut, Cameron Hdrs. and Gen. List. (W.) 1900 

YOUNG, H.T.L. Capt, R.A.S.C. 1899 

YOUNG, T. Lieut, King's (Liverpool Regt.) and Tank 1913 

Corps 

YOUNG, W. A. Capt, R.E. O.B.E. M 2. 1913 

YOUNGER, W. J. Lieut.-Col, R. Scots, m. 1886 

ZABRISKIE, G. G. Lieut, United States Naval Air Service 1910 

ZAMBRA, N. Capt, R.F.A. M.C. 1900 




TRINITY HALL 

ABDY, J. R. Capt., Sherwood Rangers. (W.) M 2. 1913 

French Croix de Guerre. Italian Silver Medal for 

Military Valour 
ACLAND TROYTE, G. J. Major, King's Royal Rifle Corps. ; 1895 

Lieut.-Col., A.A. and Q.M.G. C.M.G. C.B.E. 

D.S.O. MS. m. French Croix de Guerre 
ADAMS, N. P. Capt., K. Edward's Horse 1901 

*ADAMS, R. S. Capt., R.F.A. M 2. 1908 

Killed in action 5 Oct. 1917 
*ADAMSON, W. C. Capt. (A.), R.F.C. M. 1905 

Killed in action 5 Sept. 1915 

AGNEW, A. G. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) M. 1906 

AKROYD, R. Lieut., 9th Lancers 1905 

*ALBU, W. G. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. Order of St Stanislas, 1910 

2nd Class, with swords (Russia). French Croix de 

Guerre 

Died 29 May 1920 from illness contracted on active 

service 

ALCOCK, W. B. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1906 

ALFORD, C. E. Capt., London Regt. (Finsbury Rifles) 1904 
ALLEN, H. C. G. Capt., R.E. 1896 

ALLEN, J. W., C.M.G. Lieut.-Col., King's (Liverpool 1883 

Regt.) M. 

ALLEN, S. E. Major, R.A.O.C. M. 1903 

ANDERSON , J . Maj or , Canterbury Regt . , N . Zealand Force . 1901 

M. 
^ANNESLEY, Earl. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1904 

Killed in action 5 Nov. 1914 
ANSDELL, R. C. Capt., yth Dragoon Gds. (W.) 1907 

C.U.W.L. 31 



482 TRINITY HALL 

^ARBUTHNOT, W. J. and Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. Infy. 1904 
Killed in action 9 Jan. 1917 

^ARNOTT, J. Capt., 1 5th Hussars. M.C. M 2. 1904 

Killed in action 30 March 1918 

ASHBY, M. W. Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.) 1900 

ASPINALL, J. R. Major, Lanes. Hussars (T.F. Res.) 1896 

ATKEY, S. C. Capt., Hampshire Regt.(T.F.) 1892 

ATKINSON, G. B. 2nd Lieut., Durham L.I. 1908 
AUBRY, J. F. A. Asst. Paymaster, French Navy [ I 9 I 4J 

AUSTIN, Sir W. M. B., Bart. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1892 

AVORY, D. H. Major, R. Berkshire Regt. (W.) M. 1905 

AYLIFF, J. Cadet, R.A.F. 1909 

BACK, I. G. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1898 

BACKHOUSE, M. R. C. Major, Northumberland Yeo.; 1897 

Lieut.-Col., Yorkshire Regt. D.S.O. and Bar. M 3. 

BAILEY, P. J., D.S.O. Major, i2th Lancers 1892 

BAILEY-HAWKINS, A. G. Major, Durham L.I. mz. 1907 

BAINES, M. T. Capt., R. Wiltshire Yeo.; Capt. (A. and 1912 

Ad.), R.A.F. (W.) 
*BAKER, A. F. W. Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. ; Capt. (A.), 1909 

R.F.C. M. 

Killed in action n April 1917 

BAKER, R. L. Capt., R.F.A.; empld. Ministry of Muni- 1897 

tions. (W.) O.B.E. m. 

BALFOUR, A. M. Lieut.-Col., R.F.A.(T.F. Res.) D.S.O. 1889 



^BARCLAY, G. W. Major, Rifle Brigade. (W.) M.C. M. 1910 

Killed in action 28 July 1916 
BARCLAY, H. F. Lieut.-Col., Bedfordshire Regt.; 1888 

D.A.A.G. mz. 
BARCLAY, Rev. H. G. C.F. 4th Class, RA.C.D. M.C. 1900 

M. 
BARCLAY, M. E. Major, Norfolk Yeo. and Norfolk Regt. 1905 

(T.F.) (W2.) M2. Order of the Nile, \th Class 

(Egypt) 
BARCLAY-MILNE, J. Major, R.F.A. (W.) M.C. M. 1904 

French Croix de Guerre 
*BARNATO, J. H. W. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Capt. 1912 

(A.), R.A.F. M. 

Died 26 Oct. 1918 of pneumonia 

BARNATO, W. J. Capt., R.F.A. 1913 

BARNSDALE, J. D. Major, Lanes. Fus. (T.F.) (W.) i, r 

BARR, A. G. 2nd Lieut., Spec. List (Interpreter) i! 



TRINITY HALL 483 

BARRETT, J. H. Lieut., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) 1910 

and Gold Coast Regt., W. African Frontier Force 
BARRINGER, R. E. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. s 1911 

and Derby Regt.) and Labour Corps. 

BARRINGTON, W. R. S. Capt., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. 1892 
^BARTON, B. B. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1905 

Killed in action 30 Nov. 1917 
^BARTON, G. R. Capt., Cheshire Regt. (W.) 1893 

Killed in action 9 April 1918 
^BARTON, T. E. 2nd Lieut., R. Irish Rifles 1906 

Killed in action 16 July 1916 

BARTRAM, H. Lieut., Gen. List, Australian Force 1903 

BASSETT, H. LL. Lieut., Welsh Regt.; Capt., R.E. (Spec. 1908 

Bde .) ; Chemical Adviser. M. French Croix de Guerre 
BATES, Rev. G. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1890 

BATLEY, J. Lieut., Worcestershire Yeo. (W.) 1911 

BATTEN, H. C. C. Major, Dorset Regt.; D.A.A.G. (W.) 1903 

D.S.O. M 5. Chevalier, Ordre du Merite Agricole 

(France) 

BATTEN, H. C. G. Hon. Colonel, Dorset Regt. m. 1866 

^BATTEN, J. H. S. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) 1894 

Killed in action 25 Oct. 1914 

BELL, A. S. Capt., Derbyshire Yeo. 1893 

BELL, W. A. J. Lieut., London Yeo.(T.F. Res.) ; Major, 1902 

R.A.S.C. 
BELLEW, B. B. Lieut., S. Irish Horse and R. Irish Regt.; 1909 

attd. T.M.B.;A.D.C. (W.) M.C. M 2. 
BELLEW, E. H. Capt. (Ad.), R.A.F. M.B.E. 1908 

BENNETT, D. Pte., H.A.C. 1905 

BENNETT, G. M. Lieut.-Col., S. African H.A. D.S.O. 1896 
BENNETT, G. N. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1908 

BENNETT, R. Lieut., Hertfordshire Regt. 1901 

BENYON, H. A. Capt., Berkshire Yeo. and Remount 1903 

Service 
BERESFORD, C. V. Major, Worcestershire Regt.; Major 1898 

(Ad.), R.A.F. 
^BERESFORD, C. W. Major, R. Defence Corps 1895 

Died 9 Oct. 1917 

BERESFORD, M. DE LA P. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. ^99 

BERESFORD, T. DE LA P. Capt. (T.), R.A.F. 1906 

BERNEY, R. G. G. Air Mechanic, R.A.F. 1915 

BERNEY, Sir T. R., Bart. Major, Norfolk Regt.(T.F.) 1912 

M.C. 
BBS WICK, W. T. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1911 

312 



484 TRINITY HALL 

BEWES, C. T. A. Capt., Devon Regt.(T.F.) 
BICKERTON, H. R. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 
BIN.NEY, J. Capt., Gen. List (T.F. Res.) 
BIRCHENOUGH, R. P. Major, Derbyshire Yeo. M. Greek 

Military Cross 
BIRKBECK, J. Lieut.-Col., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 

Regt., T.F. Res.) and Gen. Staff 
BIRKETT,G.E. Surgeon-Prob.,R.N.V.R.;Capt.,R.A.M.C. 

(W.) M.C. 

BISPHAM, C. Lieut., R.E. (W.) 
BLACK, L. P. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 
^BLACKBURN, G. G. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. 

Killed in action i July 1916 

BLACKBURN, L. O. G. Major, R.A.S.C. O.B.E. M. 
BLAINE, F. H. Lieut., Manchester Regt.; Capt., R.E. 
BLAKE, F. E. C. Capt., Northumberland Yeo. 
BLAND, J. C. See COOPER BLAND, J. 
BLOOMFIELD, E. A. R. R. 2nd Lieut., Hauraki Regt., 

N. Zealand Force 
BONHAM- CHRISTIE, R. A. Capt., N. Somerset Yeo.; 

Lieut., R.A.S.C. 
BONOMI, J. I. Colonel, King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) 

C.B.E. Brevet Colonel, m. 
BOOKLESS, J. S. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
*BOTT, J. A. Capt., R. Fusiliers. (W.) 

Died 5 Aug. 1917 of heart-failure 
BOULTER, C. S. C. Capt., R.F.A. 
BOVEY, F. H. W. Major, Quebec Regt., Canadian Force ; 

D.A.A.G. O.B.E. Medaille de la Reconnaissance 

Francaise, yd Class 
BOWES LYON, Hon. M. Capt., Life Gds. (R. of O.) and 

M.G.C.;A.D.C. (W.) M. 
*BOYD, G. J. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 

Died 3 Nov. 1918 of pneumonia 
*BOYLE, Hon. J. Capt., R. Scots Fus.;A.D.C. M. 

Killed in action near La Bos see 18 Oct. 1914 
BOYLE, R. F. R. P. Capt., Oxford and Bucks. L.I.(T.F.) 
BRABAZON, Hon. C. M. P. Major, Irish Gds.; Lieut.- 
Col. (Airship), R.A.F. O.B.E. 
*BRAIN, F. S. Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt.; Capt., Dorset 1912 

Regt. M. 

Killed in action 3 Oct. 1918 
BRANDON, A. DEB. Major (A.), R.A.F. D.S.O. M.C. 1902 

M. 



TRINITY HALL 485 

BRIDGE, E. A. Capt., Gen. List (T.F. Res.) 1890 

BRIDGWATER, H. N. Major, Norfolk Regt.(T.F.); 1896 

D.A.A.G. D.S.O. O.B.E. M 3 . 

BROCKLEHURST, E. H. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. 1895 

BROCKLEHURST, Sir P. L., Bart. Major, Derbyshire Yeo. 1904 

and Spec. List, empld. Egyptian Army. (W.) 
^BROCKLEHURST, T. P. Capt., The Queen's (R.W. Surrey 1905 

Regt.) 

Killed in action i July 1916 
BROMLEY-DAVENPORT, H. R. Lieut., Spec. List (Inland 1890 

Waterways and Docks); Capt., P. and B.T. Staff. 

O.B.E. M. 
^BROOKSBANK, S. Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. 1905 

Killed in action 26 Sept. 1915 
BROOMAN- WHITE, C. J. Major, Rifle Brigade and Gen. 1904 

List. C.B.E. 

BROWN, A. Lieut., R.A.S.C. M. 1911 

BROWN, H. F. Capt., R.A.S.C. M. 1911 

BROWN, H. N. Capt., Yorkshire Regt. (W.) 1912 

BROWN, N. A. S. Lieut., Hampshire Regt.(T.F.); In- 1913 

structor, School of Musketry 

BROWNE, A. W. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. (W.) 1895 

BRUCE, S. M. Capt., Worcestershire Regt. and R. 1903 

Fusiliers. (W 2.) M.C. M. French Croix de 

Guerre 

BRUCE-KERR, J. 2nd Lieut., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. 1900 
BUCHANAN, H. 2nd Lieut., Cameron Hdrs. (W.) 1910 

BUCKLER, F. W. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 37th Lancers 1910 

and 23rd Cavalry 

BUCKLEY, C. M. Staff Capt., Australian Force 1889 

BUCKLEY, P. N. Major, R.E.; attd. Staff of High Com- 1887 

missioner for Australia 
BUCKNALL, L. C. Major, Northamptonshire Yeo. ; A.P.M. 1892 

D.S.O. M 2. Italian Croce di Guerra 

BULLARD, F. R. Lieut., Derbyshire Yeo.; attd. R.E. 1900 

BULLARD, G. T. Lieut. -Col., Norfolk Yeo. m. 1894 

BUNBURY, H. W. Capt., Suffolk Regt. and Labour 1907 

Corps; Capt. (Ad.), R.A.F. 

BURDON, W. W. Capt., Northumberland Yeo. (W.) 1909 

BURRELL, R. E. Capt., Army Cyclist Corps 1908 

*BURY, E. W. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1904 

Killed in action 5 Dec. 1915 
BUSH, J. R. 2nd Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.); [1914] 

Lieut., M.G.C. 



486 TRINITY HALL 

BUSK, E. W. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) M.C. M 2. French 1911 
Croix de Guerre 



CAFFIN, E. G. Lieut.-Col., Yorkshire Regt. ; attd. North- 1889 

umberland Fus. ; cmdg. Depot. M. 
CAHUSAC, S. D. N. Capt., loth Lancers (Hodson's 1905 

Horse), Indian Army. M. 

CAIN, E. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1911 

^CAIRNES, A. B. Major, R. Irish Rifles 1894 

Killed in action 9 Sept. 1916 
CAITHNESS, Earl of. Capt., Gordon Hdrs.(T.F.); Lieut.- 1881 

Col., Inspector of Q.M.G.'s Services, N. Command. 

m. 
CALDWELL, K. F. T. Capt. and Adjt., R.F.A. (W.) m. 1906 

Italian Silver Medal for Military Valour 
CAMPBELL, B. A. Capt. and Adjt., Scottish Horse; 1908 

Brigade Major, m. 

CAMPBELL, D. N. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1904 

CAMPBELL, J. A. Major, Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. 1868 

M. 
^CAMPBELL, K. G. Lieut, and Adjt., Highland L.I. [ I 9 I 4] 

Killed in action in the Battle of Loos 25 Sept. 1915 
CAMPBELL-MUIR, D. E. Capt., Res. Regt. of Cavalry 1895 

and Remount Service 
fcCANTLE, L. H. Lieut., Surrey Yeo.; attd. R.F.C. 1914 

Killed in action 8 April 1917 

CAPORN, A. C. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.) and Gen. Staff 1903 

CAPRON, G. Capt., York and Lancaster Regt. (R. of O.) ; 1885 

Major, N. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.); Lieut.-Col., Cheshire 

Regt. 
CARDIFF, R. H. W. Colonel, Durham L.I. Brevet Col- 1890 

onel. m. 
CAREY, Rev. D. F. C.F. ist Class, R.A.C.D.; A.C.G. 1895 

D.S.O. M2. 

CARPMAEL, E. V. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1900 
CASLAW, J. M. Lce.-Sergt., London Regt. (W.) MM. 1911 
CAVE, A. L. Capt. and Adjt., Welsh Horse and Res. 1892 

Regt. of Cavalry; Capt., Tank Corps 
CHANDLER , W . K . Lieut .- Col . , Manitoba Regt . , Canadian 1 902 

Force. D.S.O. French Croix de Guerre 
CHARLESWORTH, C. B. Lieut.-Col., King's Own (York- 1896 

shire L.I.) (W.) 
CHASE, Rev. G. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. *i9i3 



TRINITY HALL 487 

CHASEMORE, P. A. Capt., i8th Hussars. (W.) M. 1903 

CHIRNSIDE, R. G. Capt., Gen. List, Australian Force; 1902 

A.D.C. (W.) O.B.E. M. Chevalier, Legion of 

Honour (France). Chevalier, Military Order of Avis 

(Portugal) 

CHOLMLEY, H. A. Lieut., Yorkshire Hussars 1896 

CHRISTIE, H. A. H. Capt., W. Kent Yeo.; Major, M.G.C. 1903 

(W.) 

CHRISTIE, R. A. B. See BONHAM-CHRISTIE, R. A. 
CLARK, R. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) 1913 

CLARKE, E. P. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1890 

CLARKE, W. G. Lieut., Life Gds.; Capt., Gds. M.G. 1912 

Regt. 
CLARKE- WILLIAMS, A. R. Lieut., R.F.A.; attd. R.H.A. 1913 

(W.) 
^CLAYHILLS, G., D.S.O. Capt., E. Lanes. Regt. 1895 

Killed in action 2 Nov. 1914 
*CLEGG, J. Capt., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 1898 

Killed in action 16 Sept. 1916 
CLIFFORD, A. W. Capt., Gloucestershire Regt. and Gen. 1897 

List (O.C.B.) 

COATES, C. A. Pte., R. Fusiliers 1913 

COHAM-FLEMING, B. B. Pte., London Regt.; 2nd Lieut., 1903 

R.G.A. 
COKE, Hon. REGINALD. Major, Scots Gds.; Courts- 1882 

Martial Officer 

COLE, T. G. O. Capt., Denbigh Yeo.; A.P.M. M. 1897 

COLLINGS- WELLS, L. C. Lieut., King's African Rifles. 1907 

(W.) 
COMBE, H. A. B. 2nd Lieut., Res. Regt. of Cavalry; 1903 

Capt., Spec. List (A.P.M.) M.B.E. M 2. French 

Croix de Guerre 

COMPSTON, G. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1906 

^CooKE, C. P. 2nd Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) 1907 

Killed in action 22 Aug. 1917 
^COOPER, H. A. Sergt., Canadian Infy. 1890 

Killed in action 19 Aug. 1916 

COOPER, J. R. Capt. and Adjt., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) M. 1910 
COOPER, P. A.. Capt., R.F.A.(T.F.); empld. Ministry 1906 

of Munitions. (W.) m 2. 

COOPER BLAND, J. Lieut., 20th Hussars [ I 9 I 4] 

COPEMAN, G. W. B. Capt., R.E. 1893 

fcCoRRiE, L. Paymaster Sub-Lieut., R.N.R. 1893 

Died 23 Oct. 1918 of pneumonia following influenza 



488 TRINITY HALL 

^COTTON, B. G. H. Capt., London Regt. (Poplar and Step- 1908 

ney Rifles) 

Died 8 Nov. 1917 of wounds received in action 
CouRTHOPE-MuNROE, C. H. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. 32nd 1908 

Lancers ; attd. R.F.C. (P.) 
^COURTHOPE-MUNROE, J.W. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1911 

Died at Alexandria 24 Jan. 1916 of enteric 
COUSINS, N. A. C. Capt., London Regt. (Queen's). (W.) 
Cox, B. C. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 
Cox, E. H. M. Lieut., R. Marines 
Cox,H.P. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 
CRAIG, A. D. E. Capt., London Regt. (Queen's) 
CRAWFORD, C. G. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. 30th Punjabis 
CRAWLEY, W. H. T. E. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt. 

and Gen. Staff. M. 

CROCKER, R. W. Capt., R.A.S.C. n 

CROFT, H. P., M.P. Lieut.-CoL, Hertfordshire Regt.; i! 

Brig.-Gen. C.M.G. T.D. M 2. 
CROFT, R. P. Lieut.-CoL, Bedfordshire Regt. m. 
CUSTANCE, C. V. H. Lieut., R.G.A. 
CUSTANCE, E. C. N. Lieut., Norfolk Regt.; Capt., Tank 

Corps 

DARWIN, G. A. M. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. [ I 9 I 4] 

DAVIDSON, H. G. L. Hon. Major, King's Own R. Lan- 1890 

caster Regt. (R. of O.) 

D'AviGDOR-GoLDSMiD, O. E. Lieut.-CoL, R.A.S.C. M. 
DAVY, P. L. Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 

*DAVY, W. J. Pte., Ceylon Planters Rifle Corps; 2nd 
Lieut., Somerset L.I. 
Killed in action 18 Aug. 1916 
DE LA RUE, R. W. Capt., R.A.S.C. 
^DENHAM-COOKES, A. B. Capt., London Regt. (Queen's) 

Died 5 Nov. 1918 

feE PASS, C. A. 2nd Lieut., Res. Regt. of Cavalry; attd. 
Tank Corps 

Killed in action 22 March 1918 
DE VILLIERS, D. I. Lieut., M.G.C. 
DE\VAAL,D. Lieut.-CoL, S. African Force. D.S.O. M. 
*DiCK, C. W. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 

Died 7 Nov. 1918 

^DICKENS, C. C. Major, London Regt. (Kensington Bn.) 
(W.) M. 
Killed in action 10 Sept. 1916 



TRINITY HALL 489 

DICKENS, P. C. Lieut., Welsh Gds. (W 2.) 1906 

DIGBY, T. H. Lieut., 4th (R. Irish) Dragoon Gds. and 1910 

M.G.C. (Motor). M. 
DILKE, Sir F. W., Bart. Capt. and Adjt., R. Berkshire 1895 

Regt. (T.F.); empld. War Office 

DOHERTY, H. L. 2nd Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1896 

DOLBEY, R. C. Lieut., King's Own Scottish Borderers. 1907 

(W2.) M. 

DOLL, W. A.M. B.S.M., R.G.A. 1904 

DONISTHORPE, E. R. Capt., R. Defence Corps 1884 

DOURO, Marquis of. 2nd Lieut., Grenadier Gds. ; Lieut., 1895 

Spec. List, empld. Inland Waterways and Docks 
DOVE, G. V. Capt., Lincolnshire Regt. ; empld. Ministry 1897 

of National Service 
DRAKE, G. E. 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. 1900 

Died 28 Jan. 1918 of wounds received in action 
DRYSDALE, M. B. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1911 

and Derby Regt., T.F.) (W.) M.C. 
DRYSDALE, S. A. Lieut., Dorset Regt. and Gen. List 1895 

(T.M.B.) 
DUBERLY, E. H. J. Lieut., Grenadier Gds.; Capt., 1905 

G.S.O. 3, N. Command. M.C. m. 
DUFF, LA. J. Capt., Dorset Regt.(T.F.); Capt. (A.), [1914] 

R.A.F. (W2.) M.C. M. 

DUFF, K. D. J. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1908 

DUFF, W. S. B. Capt., R.N.V.R. 1896 

DUMARESQ, R. G. F. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade; Major, 1899 

M.G.C. (P.) M.C. M. 

DUNBAR, A. R. Air Mechanic, R.A.F. 1914 

DUNCAN, H. A. Lieut.-Col., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. 1803 

D.S.O. M. 
DUNLOP, F. L. A.B., R.N.V.R.; 2nd Lieut., R.G.A.; 1895 

Capt., Tank Corps 



EDGAR, W. H. A. Capt., Labour Corps 1906 

^EDWARDS, W. A. Lieut., Glamorgan Yeo.; attd. Welsh 1909 

Regt. (W.) 

Died i Nov. 1917 of wounds received in action 
EGERTON, Hon. F. W. G. Capt., D. of Lancaster's Own 1894 

Yeo. m. 

ELLIS, W. H. M. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1893 

ELTON, W. See MARWOOD-ELTON, W. 
ELWORTHY, P. A. Lieut., Life Gds. 1900 



490 TRINITY HALL 

ESCOMBE, F. J. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 

EVANS, E. Capt., R.A.S.C. 

EVANS, Rev. H. R. Pte., R.A.M.C.; Lieut., King's Own 

(R. Lancaster Regt.) (W.) M.C. 
EVANS, W. V. E. Gnr., R.G.A. 

*FARMILOE, G. F. 2nd Lieut., H.A.C. M.C. 

Killed in action 26 June 1917 

FARMILOE, T. H. Capt., London Regt. (Q.V.R.) M. 
FARQUHARSON, H. F. W. Lieut. (Ad.), R.A.F. 
FAWKES, F. H. Major, Yorkshire Hussars (T.F. Res.) 
FEARNSIDES, E. G. Hon. Major (Med.), R.A.F. 
FENWICK, G. Lieut.-Col., R.F.A.(T.F.); Area Cmdt. 
FERNIE, W. J. Lieut.-Col. (T.), R.A.F. O.B.E. 
FETHERSTONHAUGH, R. G. Capt., 4th (R. Irish) Dragoon 

Gds. (W.) M. 

FIREBRACE, R. C. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 
FIRTH, E. L. Capt., S. Irish Horse and R. Irish Regt. 

(Wa.) 
FISHER, O. Capt., Glamorgan Yeo. and Welsh Regt. 

(W.) M. French Croix de Guerre 
FITZHUGH, A. E. L. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. 
FITZROY, Rev. H. S. Instructor, R.N. 
FLANNERY, H. FORTESCUE. Capt., R.H.A.(T.F.) ; empld. 

Ministry of Munitions. M.B.E. 
FLAWN, N. G. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 
FOGG-ELLIOT, C. T. Capt., Durham L.I. 
FOLEY, C. P. Lieut.-Col., E. Lanes. Regt. and Spec. 

List. M. 
FORD, R. M. Lieut., S. Wales Borderers. (W.) French i< 

Croix de Guerre 
FORDHAM, H. J. Lieut., Hertfordshire Yeo., Res. Regt. i< 

of R. Horse Gds., and Gds. M.G. Regt. 
FORSHAW, H. P. Capt., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) i 

M.C. and Bar 

FOSTER, C. W. Capt., R. Marines i< 

FOSTER, F. E. Lieut., R.N.V.R. i 

FOSTER, W. M. Major, Dorset Regt.(T.F.) (W.) T.D. 
FOWKE, G. H. S. Capt., Gordon Hdrs. (W.) (P.) 
Fox, J. ST V. Major, Lincolnshire Regt. 
Fox- ANDREWS, N. R. Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. and 

M.G.C. 

FRAENKL, E. G. H. See FREMANTLE, E. G. H. 
FRANCIS, W. H. Major, R. Defence Corps 



TRINITY HALL 491 

FRASER, M. H. Capt., Seaforth Hdrs. and King's 1908 

African Rifles 

FRASER-TYTLER, W. T. Major, Lovat's Scouts 1881 

*FREAM, W. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1911 

Killed in action 21 July 1916 

FREMANTLE, E. G. H. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1899 



GABRIEL, A. Pte., R. Fusiliers (Sportsman's Bn.) 1891 

GARRETT, N. L. Major, King's Royal Rifle Corps 1884 

GERARD, Lord. Capt., R. Horse Gds. (W 2.) M.C. ^1904 

GIBBONS, S. A. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (W.) 1909 

GIBBS, A. H., T.D. Lieut.-Col., N. Somerset Yeo.; In- 1894 

spector, Q.M.G.'s Services, S. Command 

GILBERT, R. T. E. Capt., Norfolk Regt. (T.F. Res.) 1890 

GILBERT, T. 2nd Lieut., I.A.R.O.; Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1907 

GILES, H. O'H. Major, R.F.A. M. French Croix de 1908 

Guerre 

GILMOUR, H. Lieut., i6th Lancers (R. of O.) 1898 

GILMOUR, J., M.P., T.D. Lieut.-Col., Fife and Forfar 1895 

Yeo. ;attd. Black Watch. (W.) D.S.O. and Bar. M2. 

GINN, D. B. Capt., Suffolk Yeo. and Suffolk Regt.(T.F.) 1898 

GLADSTONE, H. S. Capt., King's Own Scottish Borderers 1896 

(T.F. Res.); empld. War Office 

GLADSTONE, K. S. M. Capt., Rifle Brigade; Staff Capt. 1913 

M.C. Mz. 

GOLDBLATT,D. Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L. I., T.F.) 1914 

GOLDSWORTHY, E. W. Capt., London Yeo. (Rough 1913 

Riders); Hon. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. (W.) 

*GOMME, E. E. C. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Capt., 1904 

Suffolk Regt. (W2.) 

Killed in action 18 June 1917 

GORDON, A. F. L. Lieut.-Col., Irish Gds. (W.) D.S.O. 1911 

M.C. M. 

GOSLING, W. S. Major, Scots Gds. (R. of O.) m. 1889 

GOTT, W. W. M. Capt., Rifle Brigade; attd. King's 1893 

Royal Rifle Corps, m. 

GOTTO, H. S. Air Mechanic, R.N.A.S. 1902 

GOULDSMITH, C. C. Major, R.F.A.(T.F.) 1894 

GOWER, J. R. Capt., 6th Dragoon Gds. (Carabiniers). 1909 

GRAHAM, J. D. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. 1891 

GRANBY, Marquis of. Capt., Leicestershire Regt.(T.F.); 1906 
A.D.C. 



492 TRINITY HALL 

*GRAY-CHEAPE, H. A. Lieut.-Col., Worcestershire Yeo. 1807 

D.S.O.andBar. M 2. 

Drowned on H.M. transport Leasowe Castle 27 April 

1918 

GREEN, J. E. S. Capt., Rifle Brigade. (W2.) 
GREEK, T. M. Major, Manchester Regt.(T.F.) 
GREGORY, G. M. A. Lieut.-Col., R.F.A. Brevet Lieut.- 

Colonel. M 3. 
GRIFFITH- JONES, J. S. Capt., S. Wales Borderers and il 

Gen. List 
GRIFFITH- JONES, M. P. Major, Gen. List (Staff Capt., i! 

War Office). O.B.E. m. 

GUINNESS, K. E. L. Lieut., R.N.V.R. i< 

GUNNING, J. E. Major, R. Irish Rifles i! 

*GUNTHER, C. E. Lieut., Life Gds.; attd. Gds. M.G. n 

Regt. M. 

Killed in action 24 Sept. 1918 
GWYNNE, R. V. Capt., Sussex Yeo.; Lieut.-Col., The n 

Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) (W 2.) D.S.O. 

^HAGGARD, M. Capt., Welsh Regt. i 

Died 15 Sept. 1914 of wounds received in action 
HAGGARD, T. B. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
H AGGIE, F. R. Lieut., Life Gds. 
HAGON, A. C. 2nd Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt.; 

Major (A.), R.A.F. 

HAIG, O. Hon. Lieut.-Col., London Yeo.(T.F. Res.) 
*HAINES, W. R. Sub-Lieut, R.N.V.R. (R.N.D.) 

Killed in action 17 Feb. 1917 
HALL, A. H. Capt, Essex Regt.(T.F.) 
HALL, G. D. Capt, Queen's Own (R. W. Kent Regt.) ; 

empld. Ministry of Munitions 
HALL, R. H. E. Capt, Oxfordshire Yeo.(T.F. Res.) 
HAMPSON, O. D. Capt, E. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 
HANNEN, L. C. D. Capt, R.E. (Signals). M. 
HANNEN, N. M. B. 2nd Lieut, R.F.A. 
HARBAUGH, G. W. F. Pte, London Regt. (Artists Rifles) 
HARBER, E. W. Lieut. (K.B.), R.A.F. 
HARGREAVES, H. Major, Cheshire Regt. 
HARMSWORTH, V. G. Capt. and Adjt, R.A.S.C. 
HARRIS, H. S. Lieut.-Col, Kimberley Regt, S. African 

Defence Force; Capt, R. Fusiliers; attd. Gold Coast 

Regt, W. African Frontier Force. (W.) O.B.E. 

M. 



TRINITY HALL 493 

HARRISON, E. J. Lieut.-Col., King's (Liverpool Regt., 1895 

T.F.) (W.) T.D. M. 
HASELDEN, R. B. Capt., Lanes. Fus.; Lieut., Nigeria 1899 

Regt., W. African Frontier Force 
HATTON-HALL, H. C. Lieut., King's Own Scottish Bor- 1911 

derers; Capt., Tank Corps. (W.) M.C. 
^HAVILAND, J. D. Lieut., R. Fusiliers. (W.) 1901 

Died 1 6 July 1916 of wounds received in action 15 July 

1916 
HEATON- ARMSTRONG, J. D. 2nd Lieut., Spec. List (In- 1907 

terpreter); Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. 2Oth Deccan Horse. 

(W.) 

HELM, J. H. Capt., Manchester Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1899 

HENN-GENNYS, E. C. Lieut., Remount Service 1899 

HERMON, J. V. Capt., Cheshire Yeo.; attd. 6th Dragoon 1893 

Gds. (Carabiniers). (W3.) D.S.O. M. 
HESELTINE, C. Major, R. Fusiliers; Lieut.-Col., Gen. 1890 

Staff. O.B.E. M^. 

HESELTINE, G. Capt., 6th Dragoon Gds. (Carabiniers) 1889 
HICKLING, A. R. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. and R.E. 1906 

HICKMAN, J. O. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. and Gen. 1888 

Staff 

HILTON-GREEN, C. C. H. Lieut., ist Dragoons. (W.) [1914] 
*HiND, L. A. Lieut.-Col., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1896 

and Derby Regt., T.F.) (W.) M.C. M 2. 

Killed in action i July 1916 
HIND, O. W. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1891 

Derby Regt., T.F. Res.) 
*HISSEY, T. B. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1914 

Died July 1919 from the effects of active service during 

the war 

HODGES, W. C. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) M. 1902 

HODGKINSON, G. A. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade; Capt., 1898 

M.G.C. 

HODSON, J. Capt. (S.), R.A.F. 1911 

HOLDEN, H. C. Capt., Lanes. Fus.(T.F.); empld. Re- 1895 

cruiting Staff 

HOLDEN, N. E. Major, Gen. List. O.B.E. m. 1897 

^HOLDS WORTH, A. M. Lieut.-Col., R. Berkshire Regt. 1894 

M. 

Died 7 July 1916 of wounds received in action 
HOLE, C. H. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1896 

^HOLLAND, J. D. C. 2nd Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. 1911 

Killed in action 13 Nov. 1916 



494 TRINITY HALL 

HOLLAND, S. C., D.S.O. Major, ist Dragoon Gds. (R. 

of O.) ; empld. War Office. Brevet Major. Chevalier, 

Legion of Honour (France) 

HOLLAND, V.B. Lieut., R.F.A. ; Staff Capt. O.B.E. M$. 
HOLLAND, W. G. C. 2nd Lieut., Gordon Hdrs. 
HOLLINS, P. L. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 
*HOLLIST, A. M. C. Capt., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 

Killed in action in the Battle of Loos 25-27 Sept. 1915 
HOLMES, T. V. Air Mechanic, R.N.A.S. 
HOLMES-TARN, H. Major, King's Royal Rifle Corps 
HOPE, A. T. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt.; Capt. (A.), 

R.A.F. 
HOPE, L. N. Capt., R. North Devon Yeo. and Devon 

Regt.(T.F.);attd. R.E. 
*HOPE- WALLACE, J. Lieut., Northumberland Fus.(T.F.) 

M. 

Killed in action 15 Sept. 1916 
HOPKINS, W. D. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 
HORAN, Rev. F. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) m. 
HORN, D'A. Capt., R.A.S.C. O.B.E. M. 
HORNIDGE, E. S. Capt., R.A.S.C. O.B.E. M. 
HOWETT,F. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) Serbian Gold Medal 
^HUDSON, G. Lieut., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent Regt.); 

Major, M.G.C. (W.) M.C. M. 

Killed in action 12 April 1918 
^HUDSON, R. B. 2nd Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. L.I.(T.F.) 

Killed in action 19 July 1916 
HUGHES, D. 2nd Lieut., S. Wales Borderers; Lieut., 

M.G.C. 
*HULTON-HARROP, H. DE L. Lieut., Life Gds. (W.) 

Killed in action 12 May 1915 

HUME, A. Hon. Colonel, King's Own Scottish Borderers 
HUME-KELLY, F. V. Major, N. Staffs. Regt. M. 
HUME- WILLIAMS, R. E. Capt., R.A.S.C. 
HUMPHRIES, G. N. P. Lieut., Somerset L.I.; attd. R.E. 

(Spec. Bde.) 
HUMPHRIES, R. P. 2nd Lieut., Somerset L.I., attd. 

Devon Regt. 
^HUNTER, G. J. 2nd Lieut., 5th (R. Irish) Lancers 

Killed in the Irish rebellion 26 April 1916 
HUNTRISS, C. G. 2nd Lieut., 2ist Lancers; Lieut., Res. 

Regt. of Cavalry 
HUNTRISS, E. M. Lieut.-Col., D. of Wellington's (W. 

Riding Regt.) (W.) M.C. M 



TRINITY HALL 495 

HURRELL, H. W. Major, Gen. List (T.F. Res.) 1882 

HURRELL, W. C. Capt., Spec. List 1881 

^HUTCHINSON, A. C. C. Capt., R. Fusiliers ; Major, M.G.C. 1902 
Died 1 8 Nov. 1918 of pneumonia contracted on active 
service 

HUTCHINSON, G. C. Lieut., R.F.A. 1903 

INGPEN, D. L. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. and Gen. Staff 1903 



JACKSON, E. W. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps 

^JAFFRAY, Sir J. H., Bart. 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Yeo. 1913 

Killed in action 23 April 1916 

JEFFCOCK, W. P. Lieut., S .Notts. Hussars and Res. Regt. 1911 

of Life Gds. 

^JENNINGS, G. M. Pte., Australian Infy. 1896 

Died Aug. 1916 of wounds received in action on the 

Somme 

JEPPE, O. R. Lieut., Cape Corps, S. African Force. (W.) 1905 

JESSE, W. J. Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.) 1902 

JESSELL, R. P. Hon. Major, Spec. List (Recruiting Staff) 1886 

JOEL, W. S. Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1911 

JOHNS, N. S. C. 2nd Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. 1914 

JOHNSON, H. A. Colonel, Manchester Regt. (W.) M 2. 1884 

JOHNSON, J. G. T. Major, Derbyshire Yeo. D.S.O. 1904 

M2. 

JOHNSON, G. B. B. Capt., Army Printing and Stationery 1906 

Services. M. 
*JoiCEY, C. M. Capt., Northumberland Fus.(T.F.) (W 2.) 191 1 

Killed in action 5 June 1917 
JOICEY, E. R. 2nd Lieut., Northumberland Yeo.; Lieut., 1910 

9th Lancers. (P.) M.C. 
JONES, T. C. Lieut., Pembroke Yeo. and R.F.A.(T.F.) 1893 

KAPLAN, I. 2nd Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt.; 1907 

Lieut., M.G.C. 

KEIGWIN, C. H. S. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1909 

KEMP, W. R. Capt., R.A.M.C.; Capt. (Med.), R.A.F. 1890 

^KENDALL, P. D. 2nd Lieut., King's Liverpool Regt. 1896 

(Liverpool Scottish, T.F.) 

Killed in action near Ypres 25 Jan. 1915 
KERR, J. BRUCE. See BRUCE-KERR, J. 

H. L. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and [1914] 

Derby Regt.) 

Died 27 Sept. 1917 of wounds received in action 



496 TRINITY HALL 

KERR- SMILEY, P. K., M.P. Lieut., 2ist Lancers (R. of O.) ; 

A.D.C.; Major, R. Irish Rifles 
*KILLEN, E. O. B. Lieut., R.E. 

Killed in action in Mesopotamia 15 Jan. 1917 
KING, H. R. Capt., Durham L.I.; Hon. Capt. (Ad.), 190^ 

R.A.F. 
KING, P. B. Lieut., R.A.S.C.; attd. S. Wales Borderers. 1911 

(W.) 

KIPPING, C. H. S. Lieut., London Regt. (Q.V.R.) 1910 

KITCHING,H.E. Capt., Durham L.I.(T.F.) M.B.E. M. 1904 
KNOWLES, E. A. Pte., R. Fusiliers 1900 

KNOWLES, R. M. Capt., Norfolk Regt. ; Hon. Capt. (T.), 1011 

R.A.F. (W.) M.C. 

KNOX, P. F. Lieut., R. Fusiliers. (W.) 1894 

KNOX, W. D. C. Lieut., R. Scots and M.G.C. 1886 

LAIDLAY, J. C. 2nd Lieut., Black Watch; Lieut., Seaforth 1908 

Hdrs. 
*LANDALE, C. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W.) M. 1899 

Killed in action 21 Aug. 1918 
LAND ALE, D. G. Lieut., Rifle Brigade; Capt., Spec. 1903 

List (P. and B. T. Staff) and Gen. Staff, empld. 

British Military Mission 
*LANGHAM, C. R. Capt., R. Sussex Regt.(T.F.) 1910 

Killed in action 16 Aug. 1917 
LANGHAM, F. G., C.M.G., V.D. Lieut.-Col., R. Sussex 1882 

Regt. (T.F.) and Labour Corps. M. 
LANGTON, S. J. Capt., London Regt. (Post Office Rifles, 1889 

T.F. Res.) 

LARMAN, G. E. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers 1914 

LAWSON, Sir D., Bart. Capt., Yorkshire Hussars; attd. 1898 

i9th Hussars; Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. M. 
LAWSON, D. A. Capt., R.F.A. M. 1898 

LAYE, P. A. W. Major, King's Royal Rifle Corps; attd. 1908 

Gen. Staff. (W 2.) 
^LEA, M. B. 2nd Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. 1913 

Killed in action 18 Aug. 1916 

LEAKE, C. F. Capt., King's (Shropshire L.I., T.F.) 1902 

LEATHAM, C. G. Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps; 1905 

Capt., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey Regt.) (W 2.) 

M.C. and Bar 
*LEE, J. M. 2nd Lieut., Border Regt. 1908 

Killed in action 27 Sept. 1915 
LEE-BOOKER, R. Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 1909 



TRINITY HALL 497 

LEICESTER, C. B. W. Lieut., ist Dragoon Gds.; attd. [1914] 

Cheshire Yeo. 
SLEIGH, C., D.S.O. Major, King's Own Scottish Borderers 1891 

Died 29 Aug. 1918 of wounds received in action at Mons 
LEIGHTON, F. M. 2nd Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt.; Capt. 1914 

and Adjt., Welsh Regt. M.C. 
LETTS, E. M. Capt., Oxford and Bucks. L.I.(T.F.); 1910' 

Lieut. (Ad.), R.A.F. (Aircraft Production Dept.) (W.) 
LEWES, W. Lieut., Welsh Regt.(T.F.) and Gen. List 1898 

(T.F. Res.), empld. Ministry of National Service 
LEWEY, A. W. Capt., Middlesex Regt.(T.F.) (W 2.) 1913 
LEWIN, A. C., D.S.O. Hon. Colonel, Connaught Rangers; 1893 

Lieut.-Col., Wiltshire Regt.; Brig.-Gen.; A.D.C. to 

the King. C.B. C.M.G. Brevet Colonel. M 6. 

Order of St Anne, 2nd Class, with swords (Russia) 
*LEWIS, B. R. Major, R.F.A. 1909 

Killed in action 2 April 1917 
LEWIS, F. G., C.M.G., T.D. Lieut.-Col., London Regt. 1892 

(Kensington Bn.); Brig.-Gen. (W.) C.B. M 3. 

Belgian Croix de Guerre 
LINDLEY, Hon. J. E. Colonel, ist Dragoons ; Major-Gen. 1878 

m. 

LITTLE, T. H. Capt., Worcestershire Regt. (W.) 1885 

LITTON, W. R. U. Capt., Spec. List (Adjt., P. of W. 1905 

Camp) 
LIVINGSTON, C. P. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps. 101 1 

(W.) 

LLEWELLYN, O. J. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1888 

LOCKWOOD, E. M. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. (Hawke Bn., 1909 

R.N.D.) (W3.) D.S.O. Mz. 
SLOGAN, H. Lieut., Leicestershire Yeo.; attd. R.E. 1903 

Died Nov. 1918 of pneumonia 
LOGAN, J. M. Capt., Leicestershire Yeo.; empld. War 1902 

Office 
LONG, J. A. E. Capt., Hampshire Yeo. ; attd. Hampshire 1908 

Regt. 
LONG, W. E. Capt., 4th Hussars (R. of O.) ; Major, Re- 1890 

mount Service. O.B.E. 
LONGSTAFFE, V. C. H. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R.; Major 1904 

(Ad.), R.A.F. 

LORD, H. D. Capt., Hampshire Regt. 1910 

, W. L. Lieut.-Col., R. Warwickshire Regt. 1886 

(W.) M. 

Killed in action 23 Oct. 1914 
C.U.W.L. 32 



498 TRINITY HALL 

LOVE, E. W. P. Major, 20th Hussars ; Adjt., D. of Lan- 
caster's Own Yeo. 

Low, H. F. Capt., Durham L.I. and Labour Corps 
LUCAS, L. W. Lieut.-Col., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 

and Spec. List. D.S.O. M.C. M 2. 
LYON, C. G. Major, E. Riding of Yorkshire Yeo. and i< 

M.G.C. (W.) M. 

LYON, W. A. Lieut., Cambridgeshire Regt. i< 

LYSLEY,W.L. Hon. Major, R. Wiltshire Yeo.(T.F. Res.) i! 

McCLEARY, G. F. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 

McKELViE, J. Lieut., R.E.(T.F.); Major (A.), R.A.F. 

A.F.C. Belgian Croix de Guerre 
MACLAREN, T. G. Lieut.-Col., Seaforth Hdrs.(T.F. il 

Res.) m. 

MACNAMARA, C. R. Capt., R. Dublin Fus. i< 

MADDEN, J. C. W. Lieut.-Col., R. Irish Fus. m. i\ 

^MADDISON, G. Lce.-Corpl., Essex Regt.; 2nd Lieut., 

Norfolk Regt. 

Killed in action 28 Aug. 1918 
MAINE, H. C. S. Lieut., Grenadier Gds.; empld. War 

Office. (W.) 
MAINWARING, C. F. K. Capt., King's (Shropshire L.I.) 

and Tank Corps 

MALDEN, Rev. E. E. C.F. 4th Class, N. Zealand Chap- 
lains' Dept. M.B.E. 

MANISTY, E. A. Major, Lincolnshire Yeo.(T.F. Res.) 
MARGETTS, F. B. H. Capt., Hampshire Regt.; Lieut., 

Spec. List (Recruiting Staff) 
MARROW, E. A. Capt. and Adjt., King's Own Scottish 

Borderers 
MARSHALL, W. S. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 

and Derby Regt., T.F.) 
MARTINEAU, B. G. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt.(T.F.) 

(W2.) 

MARTINEAU, E., C.M.G., V.D. Hon. Colonel, R. Warwick- 
shire Regt. (T.F.) M. m. 

MARTINEAU, W. Capt., R. Warwickshire Regt.(T.F.); 
Major, R.E. (Signals). M.C. M. 

MARWOOD-ELTON, W. Lieut.-Col., Welsh Regt. 

MASON, A. D. C. Lieut., Cheshire Regt.(T.F.) and 
R.F.A. 

MASON, G. H. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. ; Major, Middlesex 
Regt. (W2.) 



TRINITY HALL 499 

MATHESON, I. M. Capt., Seaforth Hdrs.; Capt. (A.), 1912 

R.A.F. (W.) 

MAXWELL, S. W. Air Mechanic, R.A.F. 1913 

MAYER, A. Capt., London Regt. (Queen's) 1890 

MEIGGS, J. C. Capt., R.A.S.C. 1889 

*MELLES, G. F. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1903 

Died at Alexandria 6 Nov. 1915 of septic poisoning 
MELLOR, A. 2nd Lieut., Durham L.I.; Lieut., Labour 1908 

Corps. (W.) 

MELLOR, J. E. P. Capt., Hampshire Regt.(T.F.) M. 1900 
MELLOR, J. F. S. Capt. and Adjt., The Queen's (R.W. 1897 

Surrey Regt.) and R.A.S.C. 
MELLOR, J. G. S. Brig.-Gen., R. of O.; Dep. Judge- 1890 

Advocate- General. C.B. M 2. Chevalier, Legion 

of Honour (France) 

MENZIES,V. M. G. 2nd Lieut., R. Scots ; Capt., Scots Gds. 1912 
^MERRIMAN, G. Pte., Nyasaland Vol. Res. 1903 

Died 9 Sept. 1914 of wounds received in action in 

Nyasaland 
^METCALFE- SMITH, B. C. Pte., London Regt. (Queen's 1913 

Westminster Rifles); Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. 

Died 22 April 1918 of wounds received in action 18 

April 1918 
MEYRICK, F. C., C.B. Colonel, Res. Regt. of Cavalry; 1880 

Brig.-Gen.; Colonel, Remount Service; D.D. Re- 
mounts. C.M.G. M2. m. 
MILLER, D.O. DEE. Lieut., R.F.A.; Staff Capt. M.C. 1910 

M. 
*MiLLER,J.H. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. ;attd. Egyptian 1902 

Army 

Died 25 Aug. 1917 of blackwater fever 

MILNER-GIBSON, W. A. Major, R.A.S.C. ; A.D.C. m. 1897 
MILTON, H. A. Major, London Regt. M.C. M. French 1900 

Croix de Guerre 
^MILVAIN, Sir T., C.B., K.C. Judge Advocate- General, War 1863 

Office 

Died 1916 

MITCHELL, G. D. Sapper, R.E. 1906 

MOFFATT, C. H. Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.) 1902 

MONTAGU, J. F. Lieut., 1 5th Hussars; A.D.C. 1906 

MONTAGU DOUGLAS SCOTT, Lord H. A., D.S.O. Major, 1892 

Irish Gds. (R. of O.); Lieut.-Col. London Regt. 

(T.F. Res.);D.A.M.S. C.M.G. Officer, Legion of 

Honour (France) 

322 



500 TRINITY HALL 

MONTEUUIS, L. E. Lieut., Berkshire Yeo. and M.G.C. i< 
^MONTGOMERY, H. 2nd Lieut., i2th Lancers (R. of O.); i! 

Lieut., Irish Gds. 

Killed in action 13 Sept. 1916 
MOORE, C. D. H. Colonel, R. Warwickshire Regt. ; Brig.- i 

Gen. C.M.G. D.S.O. Brevet Colonel. M 5. 

Chevalier ', Legion of Honour (France). Order of the 

Nile, yrd Class (Egypt) 

MOORHOUSE, E. R. Bdr., R.F.A. i. 

MOORHOUSE, W. B. R. See RHODES-MOORHOUSE, W. B. 
MORGAN, H. R., V.D. Major, Norfolk Regt.(T.F. Res.) 
^MORGAN, W. W. Lieut., R.N.V.R. (Hawke Bn., R.N.D.) 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 19 June 1915 
MORLEY, Earl of. Capt., R. ist Devon Yeo.(T.F. Res.) i\ 

and Gen. Staff 

MORRIS, J. W. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. M.C. i< 

MORRISON, R. J. A. Pte., London Regt. i! 

MORTIMER, F. G. C. Major, R.A.O.C.; D.A.D.O.S. n 

O.B.E. M. 
MOSTYN-OWEN, G. C. Lieut., Shropshire Yeo. and iath n 

Lancers ; attd. Egyptian Army. M. 
MOY, E. T. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt-. 
MUNCEY, R. W. L. Pte., Norfolk Regt. 
^MURRAY SMITH, G. Lieut., R. Fusiliers 

Killed in action 29 Sept. 1915 

NAINBY-LUXMORE, C. C. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A.; Lieut., 

Scots Gds. (W.) 
NAIRN, R. S. Major, Fife and Forfar Yeo.; Staff Capt., 

Scottish Command. T.D. m. 

^NATHAN, L. C. 2nd Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 
Regt.) 

Killed in action 14 Sept. 1916 
NEAVE, Sir T. L. H., Bart. Major, Gen. List (T.F. Res.) 

and R. Defence Corps, m. 
*NESHAM, C. F. Major, H.A.C. 

Died 24 April 1919 of illness contracted on active service 
NEWBERRY, E. E. Corpl., R.E. (Signals) 
^NEWBOROUGH, Lord. Lieut., Denbigh Yeo., Durham 
L.I., and Welsh Gds. 

Died iqjuly 1916 of illness contracted on active service 
^NEWMAN, C. C. Capt., Hampshire Regt.; attd. Hamp- 
shire Yeo. (W.) M.C. 
Killed in action 4 Sept. 1918 



TRINITY HALL 501 

NEWMAN, E. D. Major, Lincolnshire Yeo. and M.G.C. 1906 

(W.) 
NICHOLSON, M. 2nd Lieut., Army Cyclist Corps; Capt., 1907 

R.F.A.; Lieut.-CoL, S.O. i, R.A.F. M.B.E. 
NUTTING, A. R. S. Capt., Irish Gds. (W.) M.C. 1907 

OLIVER, L. G. Bt. Colonel, Middlesex Regt. and North- 1877 

umberland Fus.(T.F.) C.M.G. M. 

OLIVIER, E. Capt., S. African Defence Force 1907 

O'NEAL, T. W. B. Pte., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey 1886 

Regt.); 2nd Lieut., R. Defence Corps and Spec. List 

(Interpreter) 

ORMROD, J. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. 1903 

OSBORN, Sir A. K. B., Bart. Capt., Bedfordshire Regt. 1891 

and Labour Corps 
OWEN, G. C. Lieut., R. Scots Fus.; Capt., Gen. List 1900 

PAGE, C. G. Major, Border Regt. (W.) M.C. 1904 

PAGE CROFT, H. See CROFT, H. P. 

PAGE CROFT, R. See CROFT, R. P. 

PAGET, G. N. Lieut., Norfolk Regt. (P.) 1908 

PAGET TOMLINSON, T. R. Major, Westmorland and 1894 

Cumberland Yeo.(T.F. Res.) and Labour Corps, m. 
PAGET TOMLINSON, W. G. Major, 7th Hussars. (W.) 1896 

D.S.O. A/3. Officer, Order of the Star of Roumania 

PARHAM, H. J. Capt., R.E.(T.F.) M. 1911 

PARKER, H. C. T. Capt., R.F.A. 1892 

PARKER, L. H. Capt., R.E. ; empld. Ministry of Munitions 1909 

SPARRY, D. G. DE C. Major, R.F.A. [1914] 

Killed in action 5 April 1918 
PARRY, R. B. Lieut., Army Cyclist Corps and S. Wales 1912 

Borderers. (W.) 

PATERSON, E. W. Capt., Berkshire Yeo. (W.) 1907 

J. H. A. Lieut., S. African Force *i896 

Died 29 July 1917 of malaria 

C. G. W. Capt., Lincolnshire Regt. M. 1910 

Killed in action at Neuve Chapelle 10 March 1915 
PEAKE, G. H. Major, Sherwood Rangers (T.F. Res.) 1880 

^PEARSON, Hon. F. G. Warrant Officer, R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1909 

Killed in action 6 Sept. 1914 
PEASE, E. H. Capt., Yorkshire Regt.(T.F.) and Spec. 1890 

List (School of Instruction). O.B.E. m. 
PEASE, R. 2nd Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.); Lieut., 1916 

Tank Corps 



502 TRINITY HALL 

PENNY, A. O. V., T.D. Capt., Kelly College, Tavistock, 

O.T.C. 

PENROSE, J. D. Capt., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) M. 
PERKIN, A. L. D. Lieut., Middlesex Regt.; Capt., R. 

Marines 

PERSHOUSE, F. S. Major, R.F.A. 
PHILIPPS, G. W. F. Capt., Welsh Gds. (W.) 
PHILIPPS, H. E. E. Capt., Spec. List (A.D.C.) 
PHILLIPS, N. McG. Lieut., London Regt. (Q.V.R.) and 

R.E. (Signals, T.F.) 
PHILLIPS, W. M. Capt., Lincolnshire Regt.(T.F.) ; Major, 

Loyal N. Lanes. Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 
PHIPPS, C. B. H. 2nd Lieut., King's (Shropshire L.I.); 

Lieut., Res. Regt. of Life Gds. (W.) 
PIGOTT, G. G. C. 2nd Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt. and 

R.A.F. 

PILKINGTON, F. C., D.S.O. Lieut.-Col., 1 5th Hussars. M2. 
^PILLEAU, A. L. Major, Hampshire Regt. 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 10 Aug. 1915 
PINE- COFFIN, J. E., D.S.O. Major, Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 

(R. of O.) and Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and Derby 

Regt.) 
POTTS, F. A. Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 

Regt.); Capt., R.E. (Spec. Bde.) 
*POULETT, Earl. Capt., R.H.A.(T.F.) 

Died ii July 1918 of pneumonia following influenza 
PRATT, G. C. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. (W.) 
PRINCE, G. W. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. (W.) M.C. 
PROTHEROE, A. H. Major, R.A.S.C. O.B.E. M.C. M 3. 

*QUILTER, J. A. C. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. (Hood Bn., 
R.N.D.) M. 

Killed in action in Gallipoli (12 May 1915) 
QUITZOW, A. Lieut., R. Fusiliers 

*RAM, G. E. Capt., N. Staffs. Regt.; attd. S. Staffs. Regt. 

Died 25 March 1916 of pneumonia 
RAMSDEN, G. T. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 
RAMSEY, W. J. Capt., R.A.S.C.(T.F.) and King's African 

Rifles 
RAPHAEL, Sir H. H., Bart., M.P. Major, King's Royal 

Rifle Corps and Gen. List (A.P.M.) 
RAWDON, C. H. Capt., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) (P.) 



TRINITY HALL 503 

RAWLINS, Rev. G. C. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1913 

RAWNSLEY, G. T. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1903 

REDMAN, G. A. Capt., London Regt. (L.R.B., T.F. Res.) 1900 
RENDELL, W. R. Capt., Cambridge Univ. O.T.C., attd. *i9O4 

Gen. Staff, War Office 
^REYNARD, C. F. P. Capt., E. Yorks. Regt. 1907 

Died 1 6 June 1918 

*RHODESMOORHOUSE,W.B. and Lieut. (A.), R.F.C. M. 1908 
1T.@. " For most conspicuous bravery on 26 April, 1915, 
in flying to Courtrai and dropping bombs on the railway 
line near that station. On starting the return journey 
he was mortally wounded, but succeeded in flying for 
35 miles to his destination, at a very low altitude, and 
reported the successful accomplishment of his object. 
He has since died of his wounds." Supplement to The 
London Gazette, 21 May 1915. 
Died 26 April 1915 of wounds received in action 
RICHARDSON, C.W. Lieut.-Col.,R.G.A.(R.ofO.); Cmdt., 1891 

L. ofC. O.B.E. M. 

^RICHARDSON, J. M. Hon. Lieut.-Col., R.G.A.(T.F.) and 1869 
Gen. Staff (Agriculture) 

Died 30 March 1918 of wounds received in action 
21 March 1918 

RICHARDSON, T. D. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1905 

RIDEAL,E.K. Lieut., R.A.M.C.; Capt., R.E. M.B.E. M. 1908 
RIESLE, W. B. Lieut., S. African Garrison Artillery 1905 

Rix, A. H. Lieut., E. Riding of Yorkshire Yeo.; attd. 1900 

E. Yorks. Regt. 

ROBB, Sir F. S., K.C.B., K.C.V.O. Major-Gen., Military 1876 
Secretary, War Office; Major-Gen, i/c Administra- 
tion, E. Command. K.C.M.G. M. 
ROBERTS, C. H. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.A.S. D.S.C. French 1912 

Croix de Guerre 

ROBERTS, J. C. Lieut., S.Wales Borderers. (W.) 1913 

ROBERTSON, H. G. Capt., Connaught Rangers 1892 

ROBERTSON, W. P. Capt., Hertfordshire Yeo. and R.F.A. ; 1898 

Staff Capt. 
RODNEY, Hon. J. H. B. Capt., Rifle Brigade; Capt. (A.), 1911 

R.A.F.; Major, S.O. 2. (W 3 .) M.C. M. 
RODOCANACHI, P. Sub-Lieut., R.N.A.S. 1909 

^ROGERSON, W. E. Capt. and Adjt., Durham L.I. 1891 

Died 13 Nov. 1914 of heart failure 

*ROMER, M. L. R. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1913 

Died 20 Sept. 1916 of wounds received in action 






504 TRINITY HALL 

ROSKILL, W. G. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.) ; 2nd Lieut., 1908 

R.A.S.C.; Lieut., Gen. Staff (Intelligence) 
ROSSDALE, S. J. Lieut., R.F.A. 1916 

ROTCH, C. D. Capt., R.A.S.C. . 1898 

*RowLANDSON,T.S. Capt., Yorkshire Regt.(T.F.) M.C. 1901 
M. 

Killed in action 15 Sept. 1916 

ROWLATT, J. F. C.P.O., R.N.V.R. 1888 

^RUSSELL, J. and Lieut., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) 1904 

Killed in action 9 Aug. 1917 

GUTTER, E. F. Major, E. Lanes. Regt. M. 1889 

Killed in action 13 May 1915 

SALAMAN, R. N. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1893 

SANDEMAN, B. S. Capt., R.G.A. 1911 

SANDERS, H. R. Lieut., London Regt. (Cyclist Bn.) 1902 

SAURIN, W. M. Major, W. Yorks. Regt.; R.T.O. (W.) 1896 

Officer, Order of Leopold (Belgium) 

SAVORY, K. S. Major (A.), R.A.F. D.S.O. and Bar [1914] 
SCOTT, B. G. A. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. 1901 

SCOTT, Lord H. A. M. D. See MONTAGU DOUGLAS SCOTT, 

Lord H. A. 
SCRATTON, E. W. H. B. Capt., R. ist Devon Yeo. ; Major, 1902 

R.A.O.C. O.B.E. m. 

SELIGMAN, G. A. Lieut., R.A.O.C. 1905 

*SHARP, J. S. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Major, R. 1911 

Berkshire Regt. M. 

Killed in action 17 March 1917 
SHAW, E. H. Capt., R.A.M.C. Chevalier, Ordre de la 1913 

Couronne (Belgium) 

SHAW, S. Lieut., R.A.M.C. (Sanitary Service, T.F.) 1911 

*SHAW-HELLIER, A. J. B. Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. 1905 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 9 Aug. 1915 
SHEPPARD, G. A. Capt., Worcestershire Regt.; empld. 1910 

O.C.B. (W2.) 

SHEPPARD, Rev. H. R. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 190: 

SHERBURN, J. C. Capt., E. Yorks. Regt. and Gen. List i< 

(A.D.C.) 

SHILLINGTON, J. M. Lieut., R.N.V.R. i8c 

SHIMWELL, H. Capt., London Regt. (R. Fus.) m. 190; 

SHIMWELL, O. Capt., London Regt. (R. Fus.) n 

SHRAGER, E. H. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. (W.) M.C. 1912 
SILLEM, C. F. Hon. Lieut., Spec. List., empld. British 1885 

Red Cross 



TRINITY HALL 505 

^SIMPSON, G. B. Capt., York and Lancaster Regt. 1909 

Ditd 12 Nov. 1915 of wounds received in action 
SIMPSON, G. H. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R.; Capt. (Ad.), 1912 

R.A.F. 
^SIMPSON, W. A. Trooper, Canadian Mtd. Rifles 1904 

Killed in action i Dec. 1915 

SINCLAIR, R. C. H. Lieut., R.F.A.; A.D.C. 1897 

SKENE, Rev. R. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. *i9oi 

SLAUGHTER, A. Capt., Manchester Regt. ; empld. P. of W. 1904 

Camp 

SLOLEY, R. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1912 

SMITH, A. W. E. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt.(T.F.) 1898 

SMITH, E. S. Lieut., Labour Corps 1917 

SMITH, F. A. Pte., Black Watch 1907 

SMITH, J. T. See TILDEN SMITH, J. 
SMITH, M. V. Capt., Herefordshire Regt. and Labour 1900 

Corps 

SMITH, R. Lieut., R.F.A. M. 1910 

SMITH, W. F. Lieut., Cambridge Univ. O.T.C. 1905 

SMITH-SLIGO, R. W. M. G. J. Capt., Highland L.I.; 1911 

attd. Egyptian Army 
*SOAMES, W. N. Lieut., Cheshire Yeo. 1907 

Died 19 May 1916 of heart failure 

SOLOMON, C. G. R. Lieut., S. African H.A. 1904 

SPENCER, L. D. Major, King's Own Scottish Borderers; 1894 

Lieut.-Col., Spec. List (Military Governor). (W 2.) 

m 2. Medjidieh, yrd Class. Osmanieh, \ih Class (Egypt) 
SPICER, M. Colonel, R.A.F.; S.O. (Equipment). M. 1902 
SPICER, N. 2nd Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. 1899 

* SPRINGFIELD, G. P. O. Capt., 2nd Dragoon Gds. (Queen's 1891 

Bays) 

Killed in action 12 Sept. 1914 
SPURRELL, R. J. Lieut.-Col., R. Sussex Regt.; Cmdt., 1874 

L. ofC. M. 
*STATHAM, N. H. Lieut., E. Surrey Regt.(T.F.); attd. 1912 

Devon Regt. 

Killed in action 3 Feb. 1917 

STEELE, A. R. Major, 4th Hussars. (W.) 1895 

STEELE, C. M. Capt., R.G.A.(T.F.) 1896 

STENHAM, B. B. Chief Yeoman, Mine Force, United 1910 

States Navy 
^STERNBERG, E. A. J. 2nd Lieut., King's Own (R. Lan- 1908 

caster Regt.) 

Killed in action 16 Oct. 1916 



506 TRINITY HALL 

STEWARD, R. D. Capt. and Adjt., R.F.A. M.C. M2. 1899 

STEWART, F. C. Capt., R.A.O.C. m. 1891 

STEWART, F. D. L. and Lieut., R.G.A. 1914 

STEWART, J. C. Major, Scottish Horse (T.F. Res.); Bri- 1876 

gade Major 

*STIEBEL, C. Lieut., I.M.S. 1894 

Killed in action in Mesopotamia 3 Feb. 1917 

STRINGER, H. W. Pte., R. Fusiliers (Sportsman's Bn.) 1885 

STUART, C. M. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1908 

STUART, D. C. R. Lieut., Border Regt. ; Capt., Spec. List 1905 

(Courts-Martial Officer). (W.) M. 

STUBBER, R. H. Major, S. Irish Horse; attd. Life Gds. 1897 

D.S.O. 

SWANN, A. Lieut., R.N.V.R. (Coastal Motor-boat Ser- 1911 

vice). D.S.C. 

SWANN, L. H. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Yeo. 1893 

SWANN, Rev. S. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1909 

*SWEET, J. L. L. Pte., Canadian Hdrs.; and Lieut., R. 1906 

Scots Fus. M. 

Killed in action near Givenchy 16 June 1915 

SWEETING, H. C. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps ; empld. 1904 

Ministry of National Service. (W.) O.B.E. m. 

SYME, H. R. Lieut., R.A.S.C. (W.) ' 1914 

^SYMONDS-TAYLER, F. K. Capt., King's (Shropshire L.I.) 1913 

(W2.) 

Died 17 April 1917 of wounds received in action 
SYMONDS-TAYLER, R. H. Hon. Lieut.-CoL, Hereford- 1886 

shire Regt. (T.F. Res.) 
SYMINGTON, R. E. Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. ; attd. T.M.B. [1914] 

(W.) 

TACON, D. G. T. Capt., R.F.A. M. 1907 

TAYLEUR, W. Capt., Shropshire Yeo.(T.F. Res.) ; Lieut.- 1890 

Col., Labour Corps. O.B.E. T.D. M 2. 
^TAYLOR, W. E. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1899 

Drowned 2 June 1917 

THOMAS, J. C. C. Major, N. Staffs. Regt. 1891 

THOMAS, K. D. P. 2nd Lieut., R.E. (Signals) 1917 

THOMAS, L. D. C. 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. 1898 

^THOMAS, O. C. Lieut., Grenadier Gds.; attd. Gds. M.G. 1907 

Regt. 

Killed in action i Dec. 1917 
THOMAS, Rev. R. A. Capt., Cheshire Regt.(T.F. Res.); 1892 

C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. 



TRINITY HALL 507 

THOMPSON, A. C. Capt., Middlesex Regt.; attd. Oxford 1914 

and Bucks. L.I. (W 2.) M.C. 

THOMPSON, H. C. S. Capt., S. Lanes. Regt. 1879 

THOMSON, G. L. Lieut.-Col. (A. and S.), R.A.F. D.S.C. 1906 

D.F.C. Mz. 

THOMSON, J. Lieut., London Regt. (Rifles) 1905 

THOMSON, J. G. O. Capt., Ayrshire Yeo.; A.D.C. 1900 

THORNELY, R. R. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. (Armoured Car 1908 

Section); Capt. (A.), R.A.F. (W.) D.S.C. M. 
THORNEWILL, C. C. Capt., Lincolnshire Yeo. and M.G.C. 1904 
THORP, D. B. Lieut. (T.), R.A.F. 1898 

THYNNE, L. W. Lieut., Rifle Brigade J9O4 

TILDEN SMITH, J. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers 1914 

TILL,W. S. Capt., R.Sussex Regt.; empld. O.C.B. (W.) 1912 
TINGEY, W. R. H. Capt., R.E. M. 1913 

TINLINE, G. C. M. 2nd Lieut., Cameron Hdrs.; Lieut., 1011 

Highland L.I. 

TOLER-AYLWARD, H. J. Trooper, Res. Regt. of Cavalry 1914 
TOULMIN, H. W. Lieut., Suffolk Yeo. 1889 

TRACY, G. C. Major, D. of Cornwall's L.I.; Lieut.-Col., 1895 

Spec. List (Cmdt., School of Instruction). (W.) 

D.S.O. M2. 
*TRAILL, J. M. Major, Bedfordshire Regt. 1884 

Killed in action 30 Oct. 1914 

TRAILL, J. W. Major, S. Lanes. Regt. and Spec. List 1875 
TREDENNICK, J. N. E. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. and 1911 

Gen. List, empld. Ministry of National Service. (W.) 
*TRENCHARD, F. A. Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) M. 1906 

Killed in action 24 May 1915 
TRISTRAM, U. H. Major, S. Notts. Hussars (T.F. Res.) 1892 

and Remount Service; Lieut.-Col., Res. Regt. of 

Cavalry 
TROLLOPE, T. C. S. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles); 1912 

2nd Lieut., Labour Corps 

TROTTER, J. F. A. Major, R.F.A. O.B.E. M. 1906 

TROYTE, G. J. ACLAND. See ACLAND TROYTE, G. J. 
TRUSTED,H.H. Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. ; Staff Capt., 1909 

E. Indies 
TUDOR OWEN, F. H. G. Lieut., Rifle Brigade ; Staff Capt., 1904 

S. Command. (W.) m. 

TURRALL, R. G. Capt., R.E. M 2. iqiz 

TYLDEN- WRIGHT, W. R. Capt., 3rd Hussars; Major, 

D.A.A. and Q.M.G. D.S.O. M 3 . 
TYTLER, W. T. F. See FRASER-TYTLER, W. T. 



5o8 TRINITY HALL 

USHER, H. B. Capt., Middlesex Regt.; attd. E. Surrey 1012 

Regt. ; empld. War Office. (W.) 

USHER, T. Capt., Suffolk Regt. M. 1902 

UTLEY, B. T. Lieut., Connaught Rangers. (W.) 1913 

VACHELL, F. T. Trooper, K. Edward's Horse; Major, 1908 

R.F.A. M.C. 

*VAULKHARD, J. V. and Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. 1914 

Killed in action 15 Sept. 1916 

WALKER, C. C. Capt., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. 
^WALKER, J. A. Capt., R. Welsh Fus. 

Killed in action 19 Feb. 1916 
*WALKER, O. R. Capt., Worcestershire Regt.; attd. R. 

Fusiliers 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 4 June 1915 
WALLER, Rev. W. H. Chaplain, R.N. 
WALSH, A. ST G. Capt. and Adjt., Manchester Regt. M. 
WALTER, C. E. H. L. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 
WARD, H. L. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 
WARD, J. S. M. 2nd Lieut., Rangoon Bn., Indian Defence 

Force 

WARD, Hon. R. A. Capt., Spec. List. Mz. 
WARE, B. G. Lieut., Spec. List 
WASBROUGH, H. C. S. Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. L.I. 
WATERHOUSE, C. Lieut., Life Gds.; Capt., Tank Corps. 

(W.) M.C. 
WATSON, A. B. 2nd Lieut., Scottish Horse; Lieut., Black 

Watch 
^WATSON, A. T. Capt., Remount Service; D.A.D. Re- *: 

mounts; Major, King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W.) 

Died 5 Aug. 1917 of wounds received in action 
WATSON, H. N. Lieut.-Cdr., R.N.V.R. 
WATSON, T. H. Capt., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 
WAUCHOPE, D. A., D.S.O., T.D. Major, Lothians and 

Border Horse; attd. Staffordshire Yeo. 
WEBSTER, R. B. Capt., Northumberland Fus.(T.F.) 
WEBSTER, S. W. Lieut.-Col., 6th Dragoon Gds. (Cara- 

^biniers). m. 
WEBSTER, W. G. Trooper, K. Edward's Horse; Lieut., 

R.F.A. 
*WELSBY, S. W. H. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Lieut., 

Cheshire Regt. (W.) 

Killed in action 30 April 1917 



TRINITY HALL 509 

WESSELS, C. H. Staff Lieut., S. African Force 1903 

^WHARTON, F. H. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 1909 

Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915 

WHATMAN, A. D. Major, The Buffs (E. Kent Regt., 1892 

T.F.) 

WHEELER, M. Capt., R. Berkshire Regt.(T.F.) 1895 

WHIFFEN, T. W. Capt., Recruiting Staff, London District 1900 

WHITAKER, J. L. Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 1915 

WHITE, R. J. Capt. and Adjt., R. Warwickshire Regt.; 1898 

A.P.M. M. Chevalier , Military Order of Avis 

(Portugal) 

WHITEHEAD, J., T.D. Major, Lanes. Fus.(T.F.) M. 1892 

^WHITFELD, N. B. Lieut., R. North Devon Yeo.; attd. 1909 

Devon Regt.; Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 

Killed in flying accident 7 July 1918 

^WICKHAM, W. J. Capt., Scots Gds. 1893 

Killed in action 31 Oct. 1914 

WILKINSON, H. E. T. 2nd Lieut., Yorkshire Hussars 1893 

WILLIAMS, F. J. Capt., R. Inniskilling Fus. (W.) 1890 

WILLS- SANDFORD, T. G. Lieut., Remount Service 1899 

WILSON, E. R. Capt., R. Irish Fus.; attd. Tank Corps; 1907 

empld. War Office. (W 2.) 

WILSON, H. M. Capt., N. Zealand Med. Corps 1895 

WILSON, R. K. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. (W 2.) 1917 

WILSON-TODD, J. H. Lieut., Scots Gds. 1911 

WINGFIELD, C. R. B. Major, King's (Shropshire L.I.) 1894 

WINGFIELD DIGBY, F. J. B. Major, Dorset Yeo. D.S.O. 1905 

M. 

^WINTERBOTTOM, D. D. Capt., Manchester Regt.(T.F.) 1910 

Killed in action 7 Aug. 1915 

WINTERBOTTOM, O. D. Capt., Cameron Hdrs. and R.E. 1909 

M. 

WODEHOUSE, Lord. Lieut., i6th Lancers; A.D.C. (W.) 1002 

M.C. Mz. 

WODEHOUSE, Hon. P. Lieut., Spec. List 1905 

WOOD, E. B. Capt., R.A.S.C.; Inspector of M.T. M. 1902 

WOOD, J. C. Capt., Rifle Brigade 1896 

WOODHEAD, Sir G. S., V.D. Colonel, R.A.M.C. (Sani- *i899 

tary Service, T.F.) K.B.E. O.B.E. Brevet Colonel 

rm. 

WOODHOUSE, G. H. Major, E. Riding of Yorkshire Yeo. ; 1908 

Staff Capt. 

WOODRUFF, J. S. Pte., Australian Force 1906 

WOOLF, H. G. Major, S. Staffs. Regt. m. 1885 



5 io TRINITY HALL 

WRIGHT, A. Capt., Cheshire Regt. and R. Welsh Fus. 1879 
WRIGHT, H. T. Lieut., Scots Gds.; Staff Capt., London 1896 

District 
WYNN, Rev. H. E. C.F. 3 rd Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1907 

Italian Croce di Guerra 

YARROW, K. G. and Lieut., Black Watch (T.F.); Lieut., 1905 

R.A.S.C. 
YOUNG-HERRIES, W. D. Lieut.-Col., King's Own Scottish 1885 

Borderers, m. 




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*ADAM, A. G. A. Capt., The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) M. 1904 

Killed in action in Mesopotamia 21 Jan. 1916 
ADAMS, J. K. Lieut., Devon Regt.(T.F.); attd. Rifle 1911 

Brigade 

ADAMS, Rev. W. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1896 

^ADAMSON, H. B. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt.; Capt., W. 1901 

Yorks. Regt. 

Died 30 Oct. 1916 of wounds received in action 22 Oct. 

1916 
ALDERSON, J. H. Trooper, United Provinces Horse, 1893 

Indian Defence Force 
^ALDERSON, R. Capt., Lanes. Fus. (W.) M.C. M. 1913 

Died 25 March 1918 of wounds received in action 
^ALDERTON, C. F. Pte., H.A.C.; 2nd Lieut., Manchester 1908 

Regt. 

Killed in action 7 July 1916 
^ALSTON, G. K. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt.(T.F.) 1912 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 31 Aug. 1915 

ARCHER, Rev. G. D. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

CAVERNS, R. F. J. Pte., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent Regt.) 1914 

Died in German hands Oct. 1918 

BACONj.N.H. Sergt.,The Queen's (R. W. Surrey Regt.) 1914 

BARKER, F. Sapper, R.E. (Signals) 1912 

BARKER, Rev. T. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

BARNES, F. Capt. and Adjt., Rifle Brigade. (W.) m. 1905 

BARNICOAT, Rev. G. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

BARR, L. B. Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.); empld. Ministry of 1914 

Labour. (W.) 

BARRETT, Rev. C. B. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 



512 SELWYN COLLEGE 

BAXANDALL, A. Pte., R.A.M.C. 

BEAMENT, W. O. 2nd Lieut., Dorchester School O.T.C. ; 

attd. Highland L.I. 

BEAN, J. W. B. Major, Australian A.M.C. (W.) 
*BEANLAND, J. W. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. 

Killed in action in Gallipoli 28 Aug. 1915 
BEAVEN, V. Pte., London Regt. 
BELL, J. H. Pte., E. Surrey Regt.; Capt. and Adjt., 

R. Defence Corps 

BELL, L. B. Pte., H.A.C.; Capt., London Regt. (Fins- 
bury Rifles) 
BENDALL, F. W. D. Lieut.-Col., London Regt. (R. Fus.) 

and Middlesex Regt. (W.) C.M.G. M 2. 
BENGOUGH, G. D. Capt., R.G.A.(T.F.) 
BENNETT, T. C. 2nd Lieut., Somerset L.I.; Lieut., 

M.G.C. (W.) M. 

BETHUNE, Rev. F. P. Capt., Australian M.G.C. M.C. 
BETHUNE, Rev. J. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
BETTON, H. R. B. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Regt. (W.) 
BILSBOROUGH, J. H. 2nd Lieut., Exeter School O.T.C. 
BIRKS, C. T. E. Pte., E. Surrey Regt. ; 2nd Lieut., Nor- 
thamptonshire Regt. 
BLACKWALL, J. E., T.D. Lieut.-Col., Sherwood Foresters 

(Notts, and Derby Regt.,T.F.) D.S.O. M. 

Chevalier , Legion of Honour (France) 
*BLAKESTON, B. M. 2nd Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. Infy. 

Killed in action 25 March 1917 
^BLAXLAND, J. B. Capt., S. Wales Borderers 

Killed in action 24 Jan. 1917 
BLEASDELL, J. T. Capt., R.A.M.C. M2. 
BLUNDELL, Rev. E. K. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
BLYTH, M. M. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) 
BODE, Rev. J. E. V. Chaplain, R.N. 
iBoRTON, C. E. Major, Malay States Guides. M. 

Killed in action 2 Aug. 1917 
*BOTT, W. E. Capt., R. Fusiliers 

Killed in action 18 Sept. 1918 
BOURDILLON, Rev. G. L. Chaplain, R.N. 
^BOURNE, A. S. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.); 2nd Lieut., 

S. Staffs. Regt. (W.) 

Died 25 April 1917 of wounds received in action 
^BOURNE, C. 2nd Lieut., The Queen's (R. W. Surrey 

Regt.) 

Died ii April 1917 of wounds received in action 



SELWYN COLLEGE 513 

BOYCOTT, A. G. Lieut., R.A.S.C.; empld. War Office 1907 

BOYLE, Rev. G. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1903 

BREE, Rev. H. R. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1904 

BRIDGES, L. W. 2nd Lieut., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent 1909 

Regt.) 

BRISCOE, J. R. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1896 

BRISCOE, W. T. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1897 

BROWN, G. Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 1895 

BROWN, R. C. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1884 

BROWN, W. R. R. Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1910 

BROWNING, H. Lieut., Hampshire Regt. and R.E. 1913 

(Signals). M.B.E. M 2. French Croix de Guerre 

BROWNING, Rev, W. F. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1908 

BUNN, F. A. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1910 

BURFIELD, S. T. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) (W.) 1908 

BURROWES, R. V. Capt., Suffolk Regt. (W 3.) M.C. 1912 

BUTLER, E. H. Lieut., Wiltshire Regt. (W.) 1911 

BUTLER, F. H. C. Lieut., Hampshire Regt.; Capt., Gen. 1913 

Staff (A.P.M.) M. 

CALDERBANK, Rev. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

CAMERON, Rev. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

CANDLER, G. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1888 

*CARR, B. A. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. M. 1898 

Killed in action 25 July 1917 

CARVER, Rev. B. N. Chaplain, R.N. 1908 

CASTLEHOW, Rev. J. A. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

^CHARLEWOOD, W. H. Capt., Northumberland Fus. 1912 

Died 22 July 1916 of wounds received in action 

CHARLTON, G. D. Capt., N. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) 1909 

CHEW, Rev. J. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

CHUBB, R. N. Capt., Army Cyclist Corps. M. 1910 

CIVIL, H. G. V. Major, Wellington College O.T.C. 1906 

CLARK-KENNEDY, Rev. A. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1899 

CLARKSON, Rev. E. R. T. Major, R.A.M.C. 1889 

CLEMO, F. A. Capt. and Adjt., D. of Cornwall's L.I.; 1910 

Staff Capt. M.C. M 2. 

CLOSE, A. V. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.) ; Lieut., Tank 1911 

Corps. (W2.) 

* CLOSE, R. W. M. Lieut., Yorkshire Regt. 1907 

Killed in action 27 May 1918 

COLLIER, Rev. G. H. Chaplain, R.N. ; attd. R.A.F. m. 1907 

COLLIS, A. J. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1887 

COMYN, K. Capt., I.M.S. (W.) 1902 

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CONRAN, Rev. M. W. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. #1885 

M.C. M. 
COPEMAN, C. E. F., Lieut.-Col., Cambridgeshire Regt. 1886 

and Northamptonshire Regt.(T.F.) C.M.G. T.D. 

m 3. 

COUPE, Rev. T. O. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1905 

COWHAM, A. G. Pte., London Regt.; 2nd Lieut., W. 1914 

Yorks. Regt. (W.) 
CRAWLEY, Rev. J. L. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1910 

O.B.E. M. 

CROCOMBE, F. R. Lieut., 76th Punjabis, Indian Army 1911 
CROSTHWAITE, W. H. Capt., Spec. List (Map Section). 1902 

O.B.E. M2. 
CURREY, R. G. T. Major, Leinster Regt.; Lieut.-Col., 1894 

Lanes. Fus. (W.) 

DANVERS,Rev.G.C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1900 

M.C. 

^DAUBENEY, G. R. Lieut., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent 1913 

Regt.) 

Killed in action near Ypres 23 April 1915 

DAVIES, C. 2nd Lieut., Essex Regt. 1908 

^DAVIES, G. B. Capt., Essex Regt. 1912 

Killed in action 26 Sept. 1915 

DAVIS, E. B. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. [1914] 

DAVIS, Rev. F. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1907 

DAWSON, S. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1913 

DEALTRY, F. H. B. Lieut., empld. with Cadet unit 1897 

DE CHAUMONT, Rev. T. S. B. F. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1903 

DE COETLOGON, Rev. C. E. C. Lieut., Spec. List (Re- 1885 

cruiting Staff) 

DE MOWBRAY, L. ST J. Capt., R. Berkshire Regt. [1914] 

DE RIDDER, L. E. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt.(T.F.) 1914 

DEVEREUX, N. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1885 

DEVEREUX, W. C Major, R.A.M.C. 1883 

^DICKENSON, L. A. F. W. 2nd Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. ; 1912 

attd. R. Irish Rifles 

Died 10 May 1915 of wounds received in action at Ypres 

DICKENSON, Rev. L. G. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. 1888 

D.S.O. m. 

DOUGLAS, H. A. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1905 

DOUGLAS, J. Lieut., Middlesex Regt. 1891 

DOWELL LEE, R. W. Capt., Dorset Regt. ; empld. O.C.B. 1910 

(W.) Mz. Order of the White Eagle, $th Class (Serbia) 



SELWYN COLLEGE 515 

DOWNES, G. S. J. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. ; Major, M.G.C. 1914 

(W.) M.C. M. 

^DUCKWORTH, W. C. 2nd Lieut., Welsh Regt. ; attd. King's 1909 
(Shropshire L.I.) 
Killed in action 8 Oct. 1918 
^DUNWELL, F. L. and Lieut., R. Fusiliers 1907 

Killed in action 6 Jan. 1916 

BUTTON, P. E. Pte., Grenadier Gds. 1894 

*DUVALL, Rev. J. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1908 

Died 6 Oct. 1917 of wounds received in action in 
Macedonia 
DYER, Rev. B. S. Junior Chaplain, Indian Army 1898 

^EDMUNDS, C. V. Capt. and Adjt., Essex Regt.(T.F.) 1902 

Killed in action 26 March 1917 
EDWARDS, E. D. Lieut., Lanes. Fus.; Hon. Lieut. (Ad.), 1913 

R.A.F. (W.) 

EDWARDS, H. J., C.B., T.D. Hon. Colonel, Unattd. List, ^1895 

T.F.jcmdg. O.C.B.; C.B.E. O.B.E. m^. 

EHLVERS, F. W. V. Lieut., R.F.A. 1909 

ELLIOTT, Rev. J. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1901 

ELLIS, J. 2nd Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. 1909 

ELSEY, J. W. R.N. 1915 

ETHERIDGE, F. Major, 7th Rajputs, Indian Army; 1899 

D.A.A.G. D.S.O. MI. 

EVANS, A. G. Capt., Devon Regt. 1890 

FABER, V. V. Lieut., R.F.A. 1913 

FAGAN, Rev. H. W. F. Senior Chaplain, Indian Army 1890 
FISHER, C. E. (formerly FISCHER). Sergt.-Major, R.A.F. 1912 

(W2.) 

FITZMAURICE, Rev. G. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1895 

FITZMAURICE, W. H. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt. (W.) 1905 

FLETCHER, Rev. B. F. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1885 

^FLETCHER, M. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Capt., R. 1904 

Munster Fus. M.C. 

Killed in action 9 Sept. 1916 

FLETCHER, P. Pte., Canadian A.M.C. 1885 

FLETCHER, W. T. Capt., 97th Deccan Infy., Indian *i9O4 

Army. (P.) 

FORBES, Rev. A. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1889 

FORD, Rev. F. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1906 

*FORD, F. W. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt. M.C. M. 1912 

Killed in action 26 Sept. 1917 

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FOSTER, Rev. D. B. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1908 

FOWLER, H. R. R. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1886 

FRANCIS, E. C. Lieut, and Adjt., Norfolk Regt. 1905 

FREND, E. C. Pte., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt.) 1889 

*FURZE, A. Capt. and Adjt., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 1911 

Killed in action 16 Sept. 1916 

GALE, A. J. V. Corpl., R.E. (Spec. Bde.) ; Cadet, R.G.A. 1913 
GALL, A. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) 1909 

GARDNER, Rev. J. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1899 

GARRETT, A. H. Lieut., R.E. M. 1913 

GAWNE, H. D. 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. 1910 

*GEDGE, Rev. B. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1901 

Died 25 April 1917 of wounds received in action 
*GEDGE, P. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. 1909 

Killed in action 13 Oct. 1915 
^GIBSON, P. C. F. Capt., R. Fusiliers 

Killed in action 10 April 1917 
GIBSON, T. B. Lieut., Calcutta Bn., Indian Defence Force 1907 
GIDNEY, F. Capt., Rifle Brigade; attd. R.E. (Signals); 1912 

G.S.0. 3 . 

GILBERT, G. G. T. 2nd Lieut., Devon Regt. 
GILROY, P. K. Capt., I.M.S. M.C. M 2. 190; 

GIRLING, E. A. Capt., Hampshire Regt. (W.) M.C. n 
*GOATCHER, F. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. (W.) 

Died 31 Oct. 1917 of wounds received in action 20 Oct. 

1917 

GOLDING, R. H. C. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 191, 

GOLDSMITH, Rev. S. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
GOSLING, W. R. Major, S. Wales Borderers and Welsh 1910 

Regt. OJB.E. M2. 
GRANT, D. P. Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I., T.F.) ; 191, 

Capt. and Adjt., York and Lancaster Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 

M.C. 

GRAY, Rev. F. H. A. Major, King's Own Scottish Bor- 
derers and R. Scots Fus. M.C. 

, A. H. 2nd Lieut., Queen's Own (R. W. Kent [1914] 



Regt.) 
Kille 



'led in action 19 April 1917 

^HAILSTONE, G. R. Capt., R. Welsh Fus.(T.F.) 191: 

Killed in action in Palestine 6 Nov. 1917 
HALL, A. F. W. Lieut., Essex Regt. and Nigeria Regt., 191- 
W. African Frontier Force 



SELWYN COLLEGE 517 

HALL, C. S. Lieut., Dorset Regt. (W.) 1904 

HAMMOND, Rev. J. V. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1889 

HANSON, Rev. E. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1912 

HARDING, Rev. C. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1889 

HARDY, T. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1905 

HARGREAVES, C. R. Pte., R. Fusiliers; 2nd Lieut., King's 1915 

Own (R. Lancaster Regt.) 

HARPER, Rev. W. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

HARRIS, J. B. Capt., S. Wales Borderers. M.C. M. 1910 

HATTEN, Rev. J. C. LE P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1896 

*HEALEY,R.E.H. Lieut., Queen's Own (R.W. Kent Regt.) 1904 

Killed in action on the Somme 23 July 1916 

^HEATON-ELLIS, C. E. R. Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire 1912 

L.I.) 

Killed in action 19 March 1916 

HEDGES, Rev. P. D. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1890 

HEMS WORTH, N. E. C. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Regt.; attd. 1913 

Worcestershire Regt.; Lieut., 29th Punjabis, Indian 

Army 

HENDRIE, H.A. Capt., Manchester Regt.; attd. T.M.B. 1910 

(P.) 
HENSLOW, T. G. W. Lieut., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. 1897 

HILL, W. A. Major, Indian Army 1886 

HODGES, Rev. R. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1911 

HODGSON, Rev. A. D. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1908 

HOGBEN, E. O'N. 2nd Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt.; Capt., 1912 

Army Cyclist Corps. (W 2.) M.C. 
HOLMES, Rev. A. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1891 

and Derby Regt.) 
HONEYBALL, F. R. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers ; attd. London 1910 

Regt.; Capt., i24th Baluchistan Infy., Indian Army. 

(W.) 
*HooD, J. W. Lieut., R.G.A. M 2. 1909 

Died at Valenciennes 15 Nov. 1918 of influenza 
HORNE, Rev. C. W. E. Chaplain, Canadian Force 1896 

HOUGHTON, Rev. J. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1898 

HOWARD, W. E. W. Major, R.A.S.C. 1906 

HOWLETT, Rev. C. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

^HUBBLE, H. R. 2nd Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) 1911 

Killed in action 20 May 1917 

HUCK, J. Major, Border Regt.(T.F.) O.B.E. M 2. 
HUDSON, Rev. R. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D.(T.F.) 
^HUDSON, T. H. Capt., R. Berkshire Regt. 

Killed in action 13 Oct. 1915 




1903 
1915 
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190 



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HUGHES, B. Major, R.A.M.C.(T.F.) D.S.O. M 2. i 

Order of St Sava, \ih Class (Serbia). 
HUGHES, Rev. S. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
HUNTER, L. A. W. Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. 
HURLY, M. R. Lieut.-Col., Indian Army 
HYBART, Rev. A. J. F. Pte., R. Welsh Fus. 
*HYDE, J. C. Pte., London Regt. (London Scottish); 

2nd Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and Derby 

Regt.) 

Killed in action i July 1916 

ICELY, Rev. F. Chaplain, R.N. 1887 

INGHAM, W. Pte., R.A.S.C. (British E. Africa) and Tank 1908 

Corps 

^IRVING, T. H. 2nd Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) 1913 

Killed in action 19 Aug. 1916 

IRVING, W. R. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) (W.) 1911 

IRWIN , H . M . Lieut ., Nigeria Regt ., W . African Frontier 1 904 

Force 

JAGG, Rev. V. T. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1906 

JAMES, H. M. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1914 

JEFFERY, E. J. B. Lieut., Devon Regt. 1911 

^JERVIS, A. C. 2nd Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.); 1906 

Capt., King's African Rifles 

Killed in action in Portuguese E. Africa 3 July 1918 

JERVIS, Rev. E. O. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1892 

JESSE, W. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. S. and T. Corps 1888 

JEUDWINE, W. W. Major, I.M.S. C.M.G. M. 1895 

JOBLING, J. S. Lieut., R. Fusiliers; empld. Admiralty [1914] 

JOELS, W. A. Lieut., E. Surrey Regt. M. 1914 

JOHNSON, J. B. Lieut., Uppingham School O.T.C. 1909 

JONES, J. D. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1906 

JONES, W. H. S. 2nd Lieut., Perse School O.T.C. 1894 

JONES-BATEMAN, Ven. W. Chaplain, Canadian Force 1883 

JOSCELYNE, C. H. 2nd Lieut., Leicestershire Regt. 1910 

KEATCH, F. H. Lieut., R.F.A.; A.D.C.; Staff Capt. 1913 

(W.) M.C. Belgian Croix de Guerre. 
KENNEDY, D. D. A.B., R.N.V.R. (Anti-Aircraft) ; Lieut., 1913 

E. Surrey Regt. 

KER, R. A. Lieut., Malvern College O.T.C. 1900 

*KESTEVEN BALSHAW, N. Capt., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1911 

Killed in action 13 April 1918 



SELWYN COLLEGE 519 

KETTLEWELL, Rev. H. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

KETTLEWELL,L. Major, Wiltshire Regt. (W.) D.S.O. M. 1912 

^KEWLEY, W. C. Pte., Canadian Infy. 1910 

Killed in action at St Eloi 13 April 1916 

KEYWORTH, W. D. Capt., I.M.S. M. 1899 

KING, P. E. Pte., R.A.S.C. ; Lieut., R.F.A. ; attd. R.G.A. 1909 

KIRBY, Rev. J. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1885 

KIRTLAND, J. Lieut., R.F.A.; Capt., Spec. List (School 1907 
of Instruction). (W.) 

LABEY, T. H. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1912 

^LANGDON, Rev. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1901 

Killed in action 31 Oct. 1917 

LANGDON, Rev. C. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1895 

*LANGDON, L. Lieut., Hampshire Regt. 1893 

Died 14 March 1916 of wounds received in action 
LARNER, Rev. H. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. *i894 

^LAWRENCE, T. E. Pte., R.A.S.C. 1914 

Died 6 Nov. 1916 of fever 

LAWSON, Rev. W. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1902 

LEWARNE, Rev. F. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1888 

LIGHTBURNE, Rev. H. R. H. Chaplain, R.N. I 94 

*LiNE, E. A. T. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1914 

Died in Macedonia 16 Dec. 1916 

LISTER, J. B. 2nd Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. 1914 

LITTLE, Rev. C. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1908 

LOUND, Rev. R.S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1901 

LOWNDES, Rev. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1908 

*LucAS, A. 2nd Lieut., K. Edward's Horse. (W.) 1899 

Killed in the Irish rebellion 28 April 1916 

LUMLEY, D. O. Capt., Wiltshire Regt. and Gen. List 1913 

(Recruiting Staff). (W.) O.B.E. M.B.E. m. 

LUSH, E. J. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) 1907 

LUSH, Rev. J. A. C.F. 4th Class, N. Zealand Chaplains' 1900 

Dept. M. 

LYDEKKER, Rev. N. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

McCALL,T.H. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt.; empld. Ministry 1912 
of Labour. (W 2.) 

W. L. Sergt., London Regt.; 2nd Lieut., 1912 
Northamptonshire Regt. 
Died 1 8 July 1916 of wounds received in action 

V. C. 2nd Lieut., Manchester Regt. 1908 
Died 1 8 May 1915 of wounds received in action 



520 SELWYN COLLEGE 

^MACKWORTH, F. J. A. Major, R.F.A. ; Brigade Major 1895 

Killed in action i Nov. 1914 

MACLEOD, Rev. W. A. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D. 1888 

McMiCHAEL, J. F. Capt., Indian Army 1905 

McMuLLAN, H. Lieut., Lanes. Fus.; Capt., King's 1913 

(Liverpool Regt.) (W.) 
MACPHERSON, C. E. H. C. Lieut., R. Dublin Fus.; 1909 

Major (A.), R.A.F. 

MACSWINEY, Rev. A. J. E. Chaplain, R.N. 
MADGE, R.E. Capt., Lincolnshire Regt. M. 
^MAITLAND, H. M. Capt., Spec. List (Intelligence). M.C. 

M2. 

Died 10 Nov. 1918 of pneumonia 
MALDEN, Rev. R. H. Chaplain, R.N. 
MAPLES, A. C. Capt., R. Sussex Regt.; Major, Cheshire 

Regt. rm. 
MAPLES, E. W. Major, R. Welsh Fus. and Gen. List 

(Staff Capt.) O.B.E. m. 
MARRIOTT, A. E. C. 2nd Lieut., Sherwood Foresters 

(Notts, and Derby Regt.) 
MARSH, Rev. F. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
MARSHALL, G. J. P. 2nd Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. 
MARTIN, F. J. 2nd Lieut., Leicestershire Regt.; Capt. 

(A.), R.A.F. 
MASTERS, P. G. Pte., R.A S.C.(T.F.); Corpl., R.E.; 

2nd Lieut., London Regt. (R. Fus.) 
^MATTHEWS, N. A. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (Finsbury 

Rifles) 

Killed in action 15 Sept. 1916 
MAY, C. A. C. Capt., Cheshire Regt.; Brigade Major. 

(W 2.) M.C. M. Greek Military Cross 
MEADE, Rev. L. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
MELLERSH, E. L. Capt. and Adjt., R.G.A. M. 
MELVILLE, Rev. W. G. C.F. 2nd Class, R.A.C.D. 

(T.F.) 

MERCER, Rev. G. H. Cadet, O.C.B. 

MEYLER, Rev. E. M. Junior Chaplain, Indian Army i! 

MILLER, H. C. Gnr., R.F.A. ; Cadet, O.C.B. (W.) u 

MILLES, G. H. Pte., S. African Force. i) 

^MILSOM, S. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade. i< 

Killed in action at Hooge 30 July 1915 
MITCHELL, J. C. Sqdn. Sergt.-Major, R. North Devon 191 

Yeo.; Lieut., Devon Regt. M.C. 
MONTAGUE, W. J. Lieut., R.G.A. 191 



SELWYN COLLEGE 521 

MONTGOMERY, D. S. Capt., British Columbia Regt., 1905 

Canadian Force ; Staff Capt. 
MONTGOMERY, J. C. 2nd Lieut., Cameronians (Scottish 1914 

Rifles). 
^MONTGOMERY, N. Lieut., British Columbia Regt., Cana- 1905 

dian Force 

Killed in action 21 Aug. 1917 

MOORE, Rev. C. A. G. 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1904 

MOORE, G. G. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1907 

MOORE, Rev. J. W. B. Chaplain, R.N. 1905 

MORRISON, H. H. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1902 

MOTT, C. C. Major, Spec. List 1884 

^MURRAY, R. H. Capt., Yorkshire Regt. M. 1913 

Killed in action 7 July 1916 

NASH, Rev. W. W. H. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D. 1903 

NEWCOMBE, W. L. Major, Worcestershire Regt. ; Brigade 1896 

Major 

NEWMAN, J. C. F. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. (W 2.) 1913 

NEWPORT, Rev. H. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1908 

NICHOLSON, H. H. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); Capt., 1911 

Durham L.I. (W 2.) 

NORRIS, Rev. E. W. M. C.F. ist Class, R.A.C.D. 1887 

NORTON, L. M. Capt., R.G.A.(T.F.) 1906 

NOSWORTHY, J. L. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1912 

OGLE, K. W. S. 2nd Lieut., King's Own (R. Lancaster [1914] 

Regt.) 

OLIVER, L. W. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1885 

ORME, B. C. Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) and ion 

M.G.C. (W2.) 
*ORPEN,W. S. 2nd Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt. ; attd. Lanes. Fus. 1912 

Killed in action on the Somme 6 July 1916 

PAINTER, H. S. 2nd Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt.; 1911 

Lieut., Manchester Regt. (W.) M.C. 
PARSONS SMITH, S. H. Major, S. and T. Corps, Indian 1896 

Army 

PAYNE, Rev. M. G. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

WEAK, N. 2nd Lieut., Manchester Regt. 1908 

Killed in action i July 1916 
*PERKS, W. L. Pte., H.A.C.; 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire 1913 

Regt. 

Killed in action 24 Aug. 1916 



522 



SELWYN COLLEGE 



PERROTT, G. F. D. Cadet, R.A.F. 1917 

PESKETT, J. C. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. M.C. [ I 9 I 4] 

*PETTINGER, J. W. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1892 

Died 6 Oct. 1917 of pneumonia 

PIERCY, Rev. H. M. M. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1906 

^PINCHES, E. L. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. 1915 

Died 28 Nov. 1917 of wounds received in action 

^PLOWMAN, C. H. Lieut., Wiltshire Regt. [1914] 

Killed in action 24 April 1917 

POCHIN, H. Capt., S. Staffs. Regt. and M.G.C. (W.) 1902 

M.C. 

POOLE, A. L. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt. (W.) ^19 12 

POOLE, C. A. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) 1913 

POWELL, A. G. C. Corpl., R.G.A. 1914 

POWELL PRICE, J. C. Major, I.A.R.O. M. 1907 

PRANKERD, Rev. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1898 

PRENTICE, Rev. T. N. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

PRIESTLAND, J. F. E. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. 1904 

and Derby Regt.) and M.G.C. 

PRISSICK, C. Lieut. -Col., 56th Punjabi Rifles, Indian 1890 

Army. M 2. Order of the Nile, -yrd Class (Egypt). 

;, E. G. F. Capt., R. Fusiliers; attd. London Regt. 1911 

Killed in action on the Somme 16 Sept. 1916 

:, N. F. 2nd Lieut., Devon Regt. 1915 

Killed in action 24-5 April 1917 

RAINE, R. T. Capt.,R.A.M.C. (W.) M.C. and Bar. M. 1909 
RATCLIFFE, C. ST A. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (Surrey 1910 

Rifles); attd. Durham L.I. 
RAWCLIFFE, W. B. 2nd Lieut., Hampshire Regt.; attd. 1910 

R.F.C. 
*REAY, T. S. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.); Lieut., D. of 1913 

Cornwall's L.I. 

Died i March 1918 of wounds received in action 

28 Feb. 1918 

REED, L. H. B. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A.; Lieut., T.M.B. (W.) 1911 
REEVE, Rev. F. P. Pte., R.A.M.C. IQII 

REEVES, Rev. R. F. Pte., R.A.M.C. 

REYNOLDS, Rev. J. W. V. Chaplain, R.N. 190; 

RHODES, E. L. N. Capt., R.A.M.C. M. 1901 

RHODES, W. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. 

RICE, Rev. M. N. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. ii 

RICHARDS, E. I. G. Capt. and Adjt., Welsh Regt. (W.) 1908 
RIDLEY, D. F. Capt., Border Regt. (W 2.) M.C. M. 191: 



SELWYN COLLEGE 523 

RICKETTS, G. D. See BENGOUGH, G. D. 

ROBBS, F. W. Lieut., W. African Frontier Force ; R.T.O. 1893 

ROE, R. G. Pte., Canadian Scottish; Lieut., Gordon 1907 

Hdrs. ; Major, R.E. (Signals). (W.) 

ROGERSON, Rev. T. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

PROPER, O. S. Capt., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) 1913 

Killed in action 27 Nov. 1917 

ROSE, Rev. A. L. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1908 

Derby Regt., T.F.) 

Ross, R. W. Capt., Seaforth Hdrs. (W 2.) M.C. m. 1899 

ROWLAND, E. W. S. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) m. 1890 

RUBIE, Rev. G. O. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) 1906 

SADGROVE,K.H.O'R. Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. (W2.) (P.) 1912 

SAMSON, Rev. A. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

SANDERSON, P. M. Capt., Worcestershire Regt.; empld. 1904 

War Office 

SCOBIE, J. Capt., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. [ I 9 I 4] 

SCOTT, Rev. C. W. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps 1898 

SCRUBY, F. S. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt.; attd. R.E. 1899 

O.B.E. M. 

SEAMAN, Rev. A. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

SELLWOOD, H. E. Air Mechanic, R.A.F. 1907 

SELWYN, Rev. H. E. C.F. 4th Class, R. A. CD. m. 1885 

SEWELL, F. C. Pte., R. Fusiliers, Army Pay Corps, and 1914 

Labour Corps 

SHARMAN, Rev. G. H. Pte., S. African Infy. 1901 

SHEARWOOD, Rev. G. F. F. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 
SHEPHEARD, E. P. W. Pte., London Regt.; 2nd Lieut., 1901 

King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W.) (P.) 

SHILLAKER, E. C. H. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. and Tank 1913 

Corps. (W2.) M.C. 

SIMEON, Rev. J. P. Lieut., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) M. 1896 

SMITH, H. A. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1897 

SMITH, Rev. S. T. 2nd Lieut., Labour Corps 1904 

SMITH, W. G. Capt., Cranbrook School O.T.C. 1894 

SPENCE, D. L. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1905 

SPINNEY, Rev. M. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

STANDIDGE, C. Pte., W. Yorks. Regt. and Cameronians 1898 

(Scottish Rifles); Air Mechanic, R.A.F. 

STANLEY, C. M. Capt., Army Cyclist Corps. M. 1904 

*STANTON, R. G. O. Lieut., R.M.L.I. 1914 

Died 28 April 1918 of wounds received in action at 

Zeebrugge 23 April 1918 



524 SELWYN COLLEGE 

*STAUNTON, Rev. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 

Died in Mesopotamia \\Jan. 1918 
STEALEY, E. T. Lieut., Monmouthshire Regt. (P.) 1913 

STOCKDALE,R.J. Capt., Durham L. I. (T.F.) (W3.) M.C. 1914 
STOKES, Rev. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

STONEMAN, W. E. Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 1914 

^STRAUGHAN, T. A. Lieut., Northumberland Fus. 1910 

Died 17 Feb. 1918 of wounds received in action in Galli- 

poli 19 Aug. 1915 

STRONG, P. N. W. 2nd Lieut., R.E. 1917 

STROVER, E. J. Capt., 3rd Brahmans, Indian Army; attd. 1904 

R.F.C. (P.) M. 
I<SUNDERLAND, G. Sergt., K. Edward's Horse; Capt., R. 1910 

Sussex Regt. (W.) 

Killed in action at Gricourt 24 Sept. 1918 
SUTTON, L. J. Lieut., R.G.A. 1911 

SWINEY, A. J. E. See MACSWINEY, Rev. A. J. E. 
SYKES,Rev.F.M. C.F.3rdClass,R.A.C.D. O.B.E. M^. 1897 



TADMAN, G. R. Major, R.A.S.C. (Camel Transport 1901 

Corps). M.C. M. 

TANCOCK, E. O. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. (W.) 1905 

TAYLOR, J. F. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1905 

TAYLOR, Rev. L. F. M. Chaplain, R.N. 1908 

TELFER, A. C. 2nd Lieut., Cambridgeshire Regt. ; Lieut., 1912 

The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.) (W 2.) 

TEMPEST, F. L. Capt., Suffolk Regt. and Gen. List 1912 

(Staff Capt.) M.C. 

THOMAS, H. E. E. Lieut., R.A.S.C. and R.F.A. 1909 
THORBURN, E. C. Lieut., M.G.C. M.C. [1914] 

THORNEYCROFT, K. H. Lieut., The Queen's (R. W. 1912 

Surrey Regt.); Capt., Spec. List (cmdg. P. of W. 

Camp). (W.) m. 

I THURSFIELD, R. M. R. Surgeon Lieut., R.N. 1903 

TILBURY, Rev. H. F. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1895 

TILSTON, Rev. H. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1901 

TISDALL, E. G. ST. C. Capt., Monmouthshire Regt. 1914 

(W.) M.C. 

TOMBLINGS, D. G. Capt., E. African Med. Service. M. 1908 

TOMLINSON, H. Pte., R. Fusiliers 1906 

D. 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (London Scottish) 1892 

and Gen. List 

Died 5 May 1918 

1 Killed at sea after the armistice. 



SELWYN COLLEGE 525 

TRENCH, Rev. G. F. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1899 

TRUMAN, Rev. M. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

TUDOR, O. C. O. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 1905 

TUDOR, R. G. Capt., King's (Liverpool Regt.) (W 2.) 1910 

M.C. M. 

TURNER, J. P. Pte., R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1911 

TURNER, J. S. Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1903 

TYLER, H. H. F. M. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. 9th Ghurkas. 1896 

(W.) C.S.I. M. 

UNWIN, H. A. R. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. m. 1899 

UNWIN, S. R. Capt., Unattd. List, T.F., attd. Devon 1895 
Regt. ; Instructor, School of Musketry, m. 

VIVIAN, G. L. Capt., I.A.R.O. (Cavalry) 1906 

^WADESON, E. Y. Lieut., Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 1914 

Killed in action 22 March 1918 

WADLEY, H. W. A. Pte., Canadian A.M.C. 1901 

*WAIT, C. F. W. Lieut., King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.) [1914] 

Died 15 July 1916 of wounds received in action 

WARD, J. G. Major, R.G.A.(T.F.) M. 1908 

WARDLEY, D. J. Capt., R. Fusiliers; Capt. and Adjt., 1912 

London Regt. ; Staff Capt. M.C. and Bar 

WEBER, W. E. Lieut., Spec. List (R.T.O.) 1896 

WEBSTER, J. F. Capt., Norfolk Regt. ; empld. Agricultural 1910 

Directorate, Mediterranean Exp. Force 

WELCH, J. J. Lieut., R.G.A. *i9ii 

WELLER, Rev. C. H. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 1898 

M.C. 

WELLER, Rev. J. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D.; empld. 1910 

Indian Army 

WELLS, A. P. Sapper, R.E. 1906 

WHARTON, C. H. L. Pte., Canadian A.M.C. 1905 

!<WHITE, G. C. W. 2nd Lieut., Cheshire Regt. 1912 

Died 6 Oct. 1915 of wounds received in action 

WHYTEHEAD, H. L. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) 1897 

WILLIAMS, A. S. 2nd Lieut., Devon Regt. 1904 

WILLIAMS, R. A. Cadet, R.G.A. 1898 

WILLIAMS, R. F. Lieut., Canadian Infy. 1900 

WILSON, H. L. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1895 

WILSON, J. S. 2nd Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. (W.) 1906 

WINDSOR, J. F. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1899 

WING, T. 2nd Lieut., Wiltshire Regt. (W.) 1897 



526 SELWYN COLLEGE 

WOOD, G. Capt. and Adjt., Cheshire Regt. (W.) O.B.E. 1913 

M.C. M. 

WOOD, Rev. T. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

WOODS, F. A. Lieut., Army Pay Dept. 1906 

WOODS, N. C. Pte., Army Pay Corps 1903 

WOODS, T. H. Lieut., R. Fusiliers 1910 

WOOLLISCROFT, F. H. Lieut., N. Staffs. Regt. (W.) 1912 

DWORDS WORTH, O. B. 2nd Lieut., Oxford and Bucks. *i9ii 

L.I.; Lieut., M.G.C. 

Killed in action 2 April 1917 

WRIGHT, Rev. A. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1909 

^WRIGHT, E. A. Sergt., London Regt. (London Scottish) ; 1896 

Lieut., R.A.M.C. 

Died at Alexandria 20 June 1915 of septic poisoning 

*YouNG, J. V. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.); 2nd Lieut., 1911 
Somerset L.I. 
Killed in action 2 July 1916 




FITZWILLIAM HALL 1 

(NON-COLLEGIATE) 

ADAM, W. A. Major, S. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.) (W 3.) (P.) 1901 

^ALFORD, A. C. G. 2nd Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt.; 1913 
attd. Worcestershire Regt. 
Killed in action 3 Sept. 1916 

^ALLISON, C. H. Capt., Suffolk Regt. 1914 

Killed in action 13 Nov. 1916 

ALLPRESS, H. G. Lieut., Monmouthshire Regt. (W.) 1909 

ALNWICK, H. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. (W.) M.C. M. 1914 

ARMOUR, J. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1910 

BAGNALL, J. M. V. Corpl., R.E. (Signals) ; Lieut., North- 1913 

umber land Yeo. 

BAKER, D. See BENDIGO, Rt. Rev. Bishop of 
BAKER, E. 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Regt. 1917 

BALL, S. H. Lieut., Coldstream Gds. and Gds. M.G. 1915 

Regt. 

BANYARD, F. E. Lieut., Cambridgeshire Regt. (W.) 1911 

*BARRAUD,V. H.A. Capt., French Army. (W.) Chevalier, 1910 

Legion of Honour (France) 

Killed in action 20 June 1915 
BARRETT, R. O. Lieut., R. Welsh Fus. and Bedfordshire 1911 

Regt. 
^BARTLETT, C. W. Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1913 

Derby Regt.) (W.) M.C. M. 

Killed in action 9 Oct. 1918 

1 The names of those who, after matriculating as Non-Collegiate students, 
joined one or other of the Colleges before the war, will be found under their 
adopted Colleges only. 



528 FITZWILLIAM HALL 

BEARD, E. Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt. m. 1915 

BEAUMONT, P. J. Gnr., R.G.A. 1903 

*BECK, C. B. H. 2nd Lieut., Cheshire Regt.(T.F.) *i9i3 

Died 1 8 Aug. 1915 of wounds received in action in 

Gallipoli 17 Aug. 1915 
BENDIGO, Rt. Rev. Bishop of. C.F., Australian Chaplains' 1909 

Dept. 

BIRD, Rev. E. G. Chaplain, R.N. 1900 

BIRD, H. J. G. Capt., W. Yorks. Regt. (R. of O.) ; Major, 1895 

M.G.C. (Motor). M. 
BOLTON, T. Sapper, R.E. (London Electrical Engineers, 1897 

T.F.) 
^BOUCHER, A. E. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. (W.) [1914] 

M.C. M. 

Killed in action 18 Nov. 1916 
^BOWLER, S. 2nd Lieut., R.G.A. 1911 

Killed in action 21 Oct. 1917 

BRADLEY, G. H. Cadet, O.C.B. 1917 

BRIGGS, J. L. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt. 1913 

BRIGHT, F. T. Lieut., Suffolk Regt.; Capt. (A.), R.A.F. 1907 

(W.) DJF.C. 

BRIGHT, W. J. Capt., R.F.A. M. 1911 

BROOKES, A. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 69th Punjabis; 1907 

Capt., Provost Marshal 
BROOMER, A. 2nd Lieut., King's Own (R. Lancaster 1914 

Regt.); Lieut. (O.) and Capt. (Ad.), R.A.F. 
BUCKLEY, A. ST D. Pte., R.A.S.C. 1910 

BUTLER, E. W. 2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1915 
BUTLER, J. 2nd Lieut., R. Berkshire Regt. (W.) 1913 

BYWATERS, Rev. F. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1911 



CAIRNIE, J. B. Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. 191; 

^CARTER, W. H. S. Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) [191- 

Killed in action 14 July 1916 
CASSAN, Rev. A. W. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) 

M.C. M. 

CHAPPLE, C. J. Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. 1911 

CHARLEY, L. W. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt.; Capt., i9< 

Gen. List (Intelligence). O.B.E. M. 
CLEE, C. B. B. Capt. and Adjt., Suffolk Regt. (W.) M. 
CLEMENTS, P. M. H. Lieut., Essex Regt. (W.) [1914] 

COHEN, M. 2nd Lieut., R. A. S.C.; attd. Serbian Army 
COOK, F. Pte., Training Res. Bn. 191; 



FITZWILLIAM HALL 529 

COPPLESTONE, W. R. J. Lieut., E. Lanes. Regt. and 1912 
Nigeria Regt., W. African Frontier Force; Liaison 
Officer, attd. Belgian Gen. Staff 

CROOKALL, Rev. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

CROSS, P. M. Lieut., Dartford Grammar School O.T.C. 1907 

BALLING, W. E. Staff Sergt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1913 

DAVIES, J. R. Lieut., R.N.V.R. 1910 

^DAVIS, C. A. E. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1914 

Killed in action 31 July 1917 

DE BRACONIER, L. Brigadier, Belgian Army. Belgian 1915 

Croix de Guerre 

DE CEULENEER, P. Belgian Army 1914 

DEIGHTON, F. J. Capt., i24th Baluchistan Infy. and S. 1903 

and T. Corps, Indian Army 

DE LESTAPIS, H. Sous-Lieut., French Army I 9 I 4 

DENNIS, W. J. M. 2nd Lieut., Durham L.I. 1903 

DIXON, J. H. Lieut., Labour Corps 1913 

^DOWNMAN, B. V. R. 2nd Lieut., Sherwood Foresters 1914 

(Notts, and Derby Regt.) 

Killed in action 21 Sept. 1916 

DUBOIS, H. A. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. i40th Patiala Infy. 1910 

M. 

DUNNING, G. C. Corpl., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 1909 

DUNSHEATH, P. Capt., R.E. O.B.E. Mz. 1910 

DYSON, E. Lieut., R.F.A.(T.F.) (W.) 1912 

EEMAN, J. Belgian Army 1915 

^ELLIOTT, O. C. F. 2nd Lieut., Gordon Hdrs. 1914 

Killed in action 14 Oct. 1916 

ELLIOTT, S. D. Pte., Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and 1917 

Derby Regt.) 

ELLIOTT, W. W. 2nd Lieut., R. Scots. (W.) 1906 

EMTAGE, W. L. 2nd Lieut., Middlesex Regt.; Lieut., ^1913 

British W. Indies Regt. 

FACEY, Rev. N. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1913 

FANSHAWE, C. H. Major, R.A.S.C. ; D. A. D. S. and T., 1893 

W. Command, m. 

FAWCETT, R. Lieut., R.G.A.(T.F.) (W.) M. 1911 

FEW, H. C. Major, Cambridgeshire Regt. (W 2.) 1898 

*FLORY, P. J. 2nd Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. 1916 

Killed in action 22 Aug. 1918 

FLOWER, Rev. W. J. Chaplain, R.N. 1903 

C.U.W.L. 34 



530 FITZWILLIAM HALL 

^FOSTER, R. Pte., N. Staffs. Regt.(T.F.); 2nd Lieut. (O.), 1912 
R.F.C. 
Killed in flying accident 3 Jan. 1918 

GAMBLE, Rev. H. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1908 

GARRETT, Rev. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1903 

GAZE, Rev. A. M. B. Lieut., Bedfordshire Regt. and La- 1907 

bour Corps. (W.) 

GIBSON, Rev. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. M. 1903 

GIRDLESTONE, Rev. F. S. P. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1900 

D.S.O. 

^GLAISTER, G. F. Lieut., Tank Corps 1908 

Killed in action i Aug. 1918 

GLAISTER, S. E. Lieut., Tank Corps. (Wz.) [zQH] 

GOODCHILD, Rev. E. J. Capt., Essex Regt.(T.F. Res.) 1909 

GORDON, J. E. Lieut., 5th Dragoon Gds. and M.G.C. 1904 

(W2.) 

GOUGH, D. W. P. Rfn., King's Royal Rifle Corps 1917 

GOULD, Rev. C. J. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1899 

GREY, R. C. Lieut., Suffolk Regt.; attd. Indian Army 1913 

GRIFFITHS , Rev . J . Lieut ., R . Welsh Fus . ; attd . R . Sussex 1912 
Regt. (W.) 

HALE, H. E. Trooper, Oxfordshire Yeo.; 2nd Lieut., 1899 

Oxford and Bucks. L.I. 
HARGREAVES,C.A. Capt., Manchester Regt. (T.F.) (W2.) 1911 

M. 

HARRIS, F. W. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) M. 1913 

HARRIS, Rev. G. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. m. 1910 

^HARRIS, T. W. S. Capt. (A.), R.A.F. 1913 

Killed in action (21 Nov. 1918) 
^HASLAM, W. 2nd Lieut., Manchester Regt. 1915 

Killed in action 21 March 1918 

HASTINGS, Rev. W. Capt., Labour Corps 1881 

*HAYNES, W. G. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt. [1914] 

Kitted in action 27 June 1917 
*HEATH, F. A. Pte., R.A.M.C. 1913 

Died 12 Oct. 1917 
HENDRY, C. W. 2nd Lieut., Gordon Hdrs.; Lieut., 1913 

M.G.C. M.C. 

HINTON, S. E. Capt., Cheshire Regt.(T.F.) 1914 

THIRST, W. B. 2nd Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt.(T.F.) 1911 

Died 22 April 1915 of wounds received in action near 
Ypres 



FITZWILLIAM HALL 531 

HOLLIS, W. P. B. Corpl., R.E. (Signals). (P.) 1912 

HUDSON, T. E. 2nd Lieut., Hampshire Regt. 1910 

HUME, D. B. M. Capt. (K.B.), R.A.F. M. 1912 

HURRELL, G. W. 2nd Lieut., Tank Corps. (W2.) [1914] 

HURRELL, J. W. Capt. and Adjt., Bedfordshire Regt.; 1911 

Major, King's Royal Rifle Corps. (W.) M.C. 

HUSSEY, Rev. R. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

ISON, L. J. Pte., London Regt.(Civil Service Rifles) 1911 

JAMESON, T. S. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. ; attd. E. Lanes. 1914 

Regt.(T.F.); empld. O.C.B. 

JEFF, Rev. A. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1908 

JENKINS, H. L. Lieut., M.G.C. (W.) 1910 

JENKINSON, C. Pte., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) [1914] 

JOHNSON, A. H. Pte., Suffolk Regt. (W.) 1915 

JOHNSON, W. D. Cadet, O.C.B. 1918 

JONES, Rev. D. M. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M.C. 1914 

JONES, Rev. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1914 

JOSEPH, C. G. Lieut., Cambridge Univ. O.T.C. 1912 

KEAY, K. D. Lieut., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). (W.) 1913 

KEELAN, Rev. V. L. Chaplain, R.N. 1890 

KERRIDGE, W. A. L. Capt., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1911 

Regt.) (W.) M. 

KING, R. R. Capt., London Regt. (Queen's). (W.) 1912 

KNIGHT, J. H. Lieut., D. of Wellington's (W. Riding 1913 

Regt.) (W.) 

LACY,H. C. 2nd Lieut., Suffolk Regt. ; Draft Conducting 1917 

Officer 

LEE, W. N. R. 2nd Lieut., E. Lanes. Regt.; attd. S. 1917 

Lanes. Regt. 

LEGGE, P. A. Hon. Major, R.G.A. (R. of O.); Super- 1911 

visor of Customs, Gold Coast 

LEGOUIS, P. A. E. Sous-Lieut., French Army 1913 

LEWIS, A. T. Lce.-Corpl., R. Welsh Fus. 1916 

LEWIS, H. G. Capt., Tank Corps. M. [1914] 

LEWIS, O. G. Lieut., R.E.; empld. Ministry of Labour 1911 

LITCHFIELD, G. Lieut., Devon Regt. (W.) 1911 

LOCK, Rev. L. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. . 1905 

Mx)NG, F. S. Lieut., Essex Regt. 1912 

Killed in action 26 Sept. 1915 

LONGSTAFF, J. 2nd Lieut., Durham L.I. 1911 

342 



532 FITZWILLIAM HALL 

MCCLIMENT, Rev. R. J. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D.; 1912 

D.A.P.C. O.B.E. MI. 

MACKAY, R, F. B. Capt., Essex Regt.(T.F.). m. "1913 

MAJOR, E. Lieut., R.G.A. M.C. 1915 

MALLETT, H. R. R.S.M., R.A.M.C. 1907 

MARIS, A. A. Capt., Suffolk Regt.(T.F.) (W.) 1913 

MARSH, A. W. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. (W.) 1917 

MARTIN, F. Corpl., London Regt. (Civil Service Rifles) 1911 
*MARTIN, H. E. Capt., Middlesex Regt.(T.F.) 1910 

Died 19 June 1916 of wounds received in action 
MATTOCK, F. C. Lieut., W. Yorks. Regt. 1912 

MEAD, Rev. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1913 

MEIXNER, F. Lieut., King's Own (R. Lancaster Regt.); 1910 

attd. R.E. (Signals) 

MILLER, L. V. Lieut., R.E. (Signals). (W.) 1912 

MILLER, O. G. 2nd Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 23rd Sikhs [1914] 

MORGAN, G. E. 2nd Lieut., Welsh Regt. 1917 

^MORRIS, A. C. Pte., Cheshire Regt. [ I 9 I 4] 

Killed in action 1918 
MORRIS, H. E. A. Lieut., Cambridgeshire Regt. and 191; 

1 54th Infy., Indian Army 
MORRISH, J. See MURRISH, J. 
MORTON, A. V. Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt.; Lieut. 191, 

(A.),R.A.F. (W.) 

MORTON, C. E. Lieut., M.G.C. M. 
MORTON, Rev. J. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 
MUNCEY, A. P. Telegraphist, R.N.V.R. 191 

MUNCEY, S. W. U. Corpl., R.E. (Spec. Bde.) 191; 

^MUNRO, D. Pte., R. Fusiliers 191: 

Died 14 Jan 1919 of blood-poisoning contracted on 

active service 
MURRISH, J. Lieut., D. of Cornwall's L.I. and R.E. 191 

(Field Survey Bn.) (W.) 

NEAL, R. Cadet, O.C.B. n 

NEWELL, Rev. H. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. i< 

^NORMAN, Rev. W. H. Sergt., R.A.M.C. i< 

Drowned on H.M. transport Transylvania 4 May 1917 
^NORTON-FAGGE, F. W. L. Capt., I.A.R.O., attd. Punjabis, n 
Mz. 
Died 29 Nov .1916 

O'CONNELL, Rev. J. B. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 191: 

OLDHAM, T. V. Capt., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) 



FITZWILLIAM HALL 533 

O'RiORDAN, P. M. 2nd Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. 75th Car- 1901 
natic Infy. 

PEACOCK, L. V. Lieut., Suffolk Regt. (Cyclist Bn., T.F.) 1913 

and 46th Punjabis, Indian Army; attd. i8th Infy. 

PECK, E. G. Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C.(T.F.) D.S.O. T.D. 1872 

Mz. 

PECK, E. S. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt.; Major, Gen. 1893 

Staff, empld. British Military Mission, m. 

PEEL, A. W. Lieut., Cambridgeshire Regt.; Capt., Gen. 1892 

List (T.F. Res.), empld. Ministry of National Service. 

M.B.E. 

PEGG, H. E. Pte., London Regt. (Artists Rifles) 1914 

PICKARD, Rev. H. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

^PLAYER, E. N. Capt., Yorkshire Regt. 1911 

Killed in action 6 Aug. 1916 

POWELL, Rev. E. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1900 

PRUST, T. W. Capt., Middlesex Regt. 1906 

PRYKE, W. W. Pte., Suffolk Regt. 1915 

REMNANT, G. L. 2nd Lieut., Lanes. Fus. 1917 

ROBINSON, Rev. T. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1911 

ROGERS, C. E. B. Capt., R. Berkshire Regt. (W.) M.C. 1913 

*ROLFE, P. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.); Capt., R.A.S.C.; 1909 
attd. Norfolk Regt. 
Killed in action 24 Aug. 1918 

*RosE, H. E. Capt., R.A.M.C. (W.) 1905 

Died 7 July 1917 of wounds received in action 

ROYSTON, H. R. 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers 1909 

SALEEBEY, Rev. E. S. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1893 

SAYER, S. D. Corpl., Suffolk Yeo. 1912 

SCOTT, C. W. Major (A. and S.), R.A.F. D.F.C. M 2. 1914 

fcScoTT, F. Capt., Leicestershire Regt. (W 3.) M.C. 1913 

Killed in action 27 May 1918 

SCOTT, G. A. Lieut., Gloucestershire Yeo. 1909 

SCOTT, R. F. M. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 1889 

SCOTT, T. F. Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs.(T.F.) (W.) 1909 

SEMPLE, Rev. E. G. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W 2.) 1909 

^SERGINSON, H. Capt., Northumberland Fus.; attd. 1915 

T.M.B. M.C. 

Killed in action 27 Feb. 1918 

SEWELL, H. D. R.A.S.C.(M.T.) 1904 

SHARP, G. G. Lieut., Border Regt. (W.) 1912 



534 



FITZWILLIAM HALL 



*SHAW, W. Lieut., Cambridgeshire Regt. M. 1914 
Died in German hands 27 Sept. 1916 of wounds received 
in action 

SHEEHAN, Rev. F. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1894 

SHEPHERD, Rev. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1905 

SHERLOCK, W. W. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. S. and T. Corps. 1900 

M2. 

SHILLAKER, G. Pte., London Regt. (W.) 

SHIPLEY, J. W. 2nd Lieut., York and Lancaster Regt.; 

Lieut., M.G.C. (W 2.) 

SHOVE, W. C. Lieut., R.F.A. M. 191 

SHREWSBURY, E. 2nd Lieut., R. Sussex Regt. 191 

SKINNER, C. E. Major, R.F.A. (W 2.) i9< ' 

SLAWSON, W. N. 2nd Lieut., Leicestershire Regt. and 191; 

Worcestershire Regt.; Lieut., Gen. List, attd. R.A.F. 
SLOMAN, H. Major, R.A.S.C. M. 191 

SMITH, Rev. E. H. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) M. 191! 
*SMITH, F. E. Lieut., Cambridgeshire Regt. and Suffolk u 

Regt.(T.F.) (W.) M. 

Died 1 8 Nov. 1918 of pneumonia following influenza 

contracted on active service 

SMITH, Rev. G. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) i< 

SMITH, Rev. G. S. Cadet, R.G.A. 191; 

SNOXELL, S. 2nd Lieut., Dorset Regt. 191 

SQUIRE, A. G. 2nd Lieut. (O.), R.A.F. (W.) 191- 

STALEY, Rev. J. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. i< 

STANLEY, F. 2nd Lieut. (A.), R.A.F. 191- 

STEPHENS, Rev. J. P. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. n 

STEPHENSON, Rev. H. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. u 

^STOKES, W. H. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P. S. Bn.); 2nd Lieut., 1911 

R.G.A. 

Killed in action 18 April 1918 
>fcSTOUT, G. F. 2nd Lieut., Lincolnshire Regt. and York- 191; 

shire Regt. 

Killed in action 30 Sept. 1916 

STREAM, E. J. Major, Lincolnshire Regt. 189] 

SUMNER, E. J. 2nd Lieut., Sedbergh School O.T.C. 191- 

^SWALLOW, J. R. 2nd Lieut., King's (Liverpool Regt.) i9< 

Killed in action 8 Aug. 1916 
SWANN, P. W. 2nd Lieut., Hampshire Regt. (W.) 1913 

TAYLOR, J. D. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) M.C. 



1 Died on service in S. Russia after the armistice. 



FITZWILLIAM HALL 535 

TEALE,Rev.E. C.F. 3 rd Class, R.A.C.D. (W.) M.C. M. 1900 

THATCHER,W. S. Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. Baluchis. (W3.) 1907 

M.C. 

THOMAS, Rev. R. E. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1908 

TOMKINS, Rev. L. C. F. 2nd Lieut., Spec. List 1907 

^TYNDALL, A. G. 2nd Lieut., Rifle Brigade 1916 

Killed in action at Passchendaele 18 Nov. 1917 

VANCE, Rev. J. G. C.F. 4 th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

VAN GEHUCHTEN, P. Med. Corps, Belgian Army 1915 

VINCENT, L. J. Capt., R.A.M.C. 1910 

VINCENT, T. C. L. 2nd Lieut., M.G.C. 1916 

WAITE, T. H. Cadet, O.C.B. 1917 

WALKER, C. D. Corpl., Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). 1913 

(W.) 

WALTON, G. M. Lieut., S. Lanes. Regt. (W.) 1916 

WARD, Rev. R. W. A. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

WARREN, C. Capt., Cambridgeshire Regt. 1915 

WATKINS, M. Cadet, O.C.B. 1917 

WATT, A. S. Corpl., R.E. (Spec. Bde.) 1914 

WEAVER, J. Gnr., R.G.A. 1908 

WESTBY, Rev. F. W. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1910 

^WHEELER, R. M. Lieut., Middlesex Regt.(T.F.) 1907 

Killed in action 30 Nov. 1916 

WHITE, Rev. A. J. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1915 

WHITE, G. W. Capt., Spec. List (Officer i/c Wireless 1914 

Repair Section, R.E.) 

*WHITE, H. A. Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S. Bn.); 2nd Lieut., 1913 

The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.) and R. Irish Fusiliers. (W.) 

Died 22 Nov. 1917 of wounds received in action 

WHITE, Rev. J. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1907 

WHITFIELD, Rev, J. L. C.F. 3rd Class, R.A.C.D. 1897 

D.S.O. M. 

WHITMILL, G. H. Cadet, O.C.B. 1917 

^WILKINSON, E. F. Pte., Suffolk Regt. and M.G.C. 1917 

Died in German hands 9 June 1918 of wounds received 

in action at Jussy 

WILLIAMS, Rev. T. C. L. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. M. 1900 

WITNEY, Rev. T. C. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1906 

WOLFF, C. H. Lieut., Somerset L.I. ; Capt., R. Defence 1900 

Corps, Suffolk Regt., Labour Corps, and Gen. List 

(Education Officer) 

^f WOODS, A. M. 2nd Lieut., R.F.A. 1913 

Killed in action 26 Feb. 1917 



536 FITZWILLIAM HALL 

WOODS, W. A. Capt., R.F.A. (W.) M. 1912 

WORMALD, Rev. C. O. R. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 1899 

WORMELL, C. O. R. See WORMALD, Rev. C. O. R. 
WORTHINGTON, W. R. Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. 1913 
(Wa.) 



The following matriculated at CAVENDISH COLLEGE 1 , which 
was created a Public Hostel in 1882 and ceased to be such in 1892: 

*DATHAN, Rev. J. D. Chaplain, R.N. 1883 

Died 7 Jan. 1918 

1 The names of those who, after matriculating at Cavendish College, migrated 
elsewhere, will be found under their adopted Colleges. 



INDEX 



Abbot, H. 359 
Abbott, C. H. i 


Adamson, W. 
Adamson, W. C. 


359 
481 


Albright, M. C. 
Albu,W.G. 


359 
481 


AbdyJ.R. 481 


Adcock, F. E. 


191 


AlcockJ.F. 


27 


a-Beckett, A. H. 73 


Adcock, H. M. 


i 


Alcock, J. H. 


281 


Abercrombie, D. M. 347 


Adcock, W.R.C. 


281 


Alcock,W.B. 


481 


Abercrombie, G. F. 117 


Addison,N.H. 


85 


Aldersey.H. 


359 


Abercrombie , R . G . 117 


AddyJ.C. 


359 


Alderson, A. E. 


s 

163 


Abraham, L. A. 28 1 


Addy,R. 


163 


Alderson, G. G. 


117 


Abraham, L. M. 233 


Adie, C. J. M. 


359 


Alderson, J. H. 


5" 


Abrahams, A. (Emm.) 85 


Adkin, B. C. 


85 


Alderson, M.J.G. 


281 


Abrahams , A . (Caius) 117 


Adler, F. B. 


27 


Alderson, R. 


5" 


Abrahamson, I. 


Adler,H.M. 




Alderton, C. F. 




see Lubbock, I. 


Adrian, E. D. 


359 


Aldous, A. E. 


163 


Abram, G. S. 117 


Adshead, A. R. 


281 


Aldous, F. C. 


163 


Abrams, L. G. 281 


Adshead, H. E. 


i 


Aldrich, C. P. G. 


118 


Acheson- Gray , 


Adshead, M. S. 


i 


Aldridge, C. B. M. 


i 


C. G. A. 359 


Aeron-Thomas,GJ 


2.117 


Aldridge,E.A. 


360 


Ackerley, J. R. 219 


Agar,C.T. 


359 


Alexander, D. L. 


233 


Ackroyd, E. 117 


Agar,H.E.T. 


359 


Alexander, E. 


118 


Ackroyd, H. 117 


Agar,W.E. 


191 


Alexander, F. D. 


360 


Acland, T. W. G. 191 


Agar-Robartes, C. E. 219 


Alexander, J. F. 


360 


Acland Troyte, G. J. 481 


Ager, A. D. 


i 


Alexander, J. G. 


27 


Acton, H. 318 


Agius,E.E.G. 


359 


Alexander, J. H. R. 


307 


Adair,J.V. 359 


Agius, T. A. 


i 


Alexander, J.W. 


27 


Adam, A. G. A. 511 


Agnew, A. G. 


481 


Alexander, P. G. 




Adam, C. G. Forbes 


Agnew, C. G. 


359 


Alexander, R. C. 


318 


see Forbes Adam, C. G. 


Agnew, G. C. 


191 


Alexander, R. D. 


191 


Adam, D. Bruce 


Agnew, J. S. 


359 


Alexander, R. M. 


27 


see Bruce Adam, D. 


Agnew, V.C.W. 


359 


Alexander, W. A. 


118 


Adam,H.W. 291 


Ahmad, A. M. 


73 


Alexander, W. G. 


27 


Adam, W. A. 527 


Aikman, K. B. 


27 


Alford, A. C. G. 


527 


Adami, J. G. i, 163 


Aikman, R. B. 


27 


Alford, C. E. 


481 


Adams, C. W. 359 


Ainger, T. E. 


191 


Alford, C. S. L. 


62 


Adams, E.G. 281 


AinleyJ.A.G. 


163 


Alford, E.J.G. 


191 


Adams, E. P. 359 


Ainley, K. E. D. 


318 


Alford, J.G. 


62 


Adams, E. T. 73 


Ainley,W.P. 


163 


Alison, L. H. 


233 


Adams, F. S. i 


Ainsley, A. C. 


117 


Allan, A. C. 


360 


Adams, H.J. 318 


Ainslie, M. A. 


117 


Allan, F. L. 


85 


Adams, H. P. 27 


Ainslie, R. M. 


233 


Allan,P.B.M. 


27 


AdamsJ.B.P. 318 


Ainsworth, C. G. 


73 


Allbook,W. 


191 


Adams, J. K. 511 


Ainsworth, J. M. 


85 


Allbutt, Sir T. C. 


118 


Adams, J.W. 117 


Ainsworth, T. 


359 


Allcard,R. 


360 


Adams, L. H. 291 


Ainsworth Davis, J. 


C. i 


Allchin, G. C. 


360 


Adams, N. P. (Corp.) 62 


Airey, T. A. 


i 


Alldred,R.A. 


318 


Adams,N.P.(Tr.H.) 4 8i 


Aitchison, G. C. 


291 


Allen, C. A. B. 


73 


Adams, R. S. 481 


Aitken, D. B. 


359 


Allen, F. 




Adams, W. McM. 359 


Akam, J. W. 


i 


Allen, F. B. 


3 85 


Adams, W.S. 511 


Akerman,E.J. B. 


i 


Allen, F. D. C. 


118 


Adams, W.T. 191 


Akhurst, A. F. 


163 


Allen, G. A. 


318 


Adamson, F. D. 318 


Akroyd, R. 


481 


Allen, G. K. 


360 


Adamson, H. B. 511 


Alan- Williams, A. C 


i 


Allen, H. 


307 



538 



INDEX 



Allen, H.C.G. 481 


Anderson, G. B. 




Appleyard, W. 


28 


Allen H.R. 233 


(Emm.) 


85 


Arbuthnot, L. G. 


361 


Allen, H. S. 191 


Anderson, G. B. 




Arbuthnot, M. A. 




Allen, J. 360 
Allen, J.E.R. 360 


(Trin.) 
Anderson. H. 


360 

i 


(King's) 
Arbuthnot, M. A. 


191 


Allen, J.H. 163 


Anderson, J. 


481 


(Trin.) 


361 


Allen, J.M. 85 


Anderson, K. 


233 


Arbuthnot, 




Allen, J.S. i 


Anderson, K. B. 


27 


R. W. M. 


361 


Allen, J.W. 481 


Anderson, L. A. P. 


85 


Arbuthnot, W. J. 


482 


Allen, L. J. 360 


Anderson, L. R. D. 


318 


Archdale,R.M. 


219 


Allen,M.R.H.A. 360 


Anderson, M. E. M. 




Archer, C. W. 


361 


Allen,P.H.C. 118 


see Moore- Anderson, 


Archer, G. D. 




Allen, R. C. (Christ's) i 


M. E. 




Archer, J. F. 


191 


Allen, R.C. (Trin.) 360 


Anderson, N. L. 


360 


Archer-Hind, L. 




Allen, R. G. R. 163 


Anderson, R. C. 


27 


Arden,H.W. 


291 


Allen, S.E. 481 


Anderson, S. M. 


27 


Ardern, L. 


28 


Allen, S.S. 233 


Anderson, W. A. 


27 


Aris, H. 


191 


Allen, W. 27 


Anderson, W. L. 


118 


Arkwright, J. A. 


361 


Allen, W.H. (Christ's) i 


Anderton, G. E. A. 


28 


Arkwright,R.O.W. 




Allen, W.H. (Trin.) 360 


Andrade,E.N.daC. 


85 


Armbruster, C. H. 


191 


Allen, W. L. 73 


Andras, J. B. 


360 


Armitage, B. W. F. 




Allen, W.S. 233 


Andrew, G. H. 


28 


Armitage, D. W. 


233 


Allfrey, F. H. 360 
Allgood.G.H. 360 


Andrew, G.W.M. 
Andrew, R. H. 


85 
163 


Armitage, E. G. H. 
Armitage, F. R. 


233 
233 


Allhusen, O. 360 


Andrewes, C. N. 


360 


Armitage, N. C. 


361 


Allhusen, R. 360 


Andrews, C. N. 


233 


Armitage, V. H. 


234 


AlHn,H.W. 219 


Andrews, E. A. 


281 


Armitage, W. A. 


28 


Allison, C. H. 527 


Andrews, J. A. 


318 


Armitage, W. J. 


85 


Allison, H.S. 163 


Andrews,}. C. 


318 


Armour,}. 


527 


Allison, W.W. 163 


Andrews, J. L. 


281 


Armour, }. K. C. 


i 


Allix, C. I. L. 360 


Andrews, K. T. 


360 


Armstrong, C. 


164 


Allom, C. C. G. 360 


Andrews, L. M. 


291 


Armstrong, E. W. 


191 


Allott,P.B. 318 


Andrews, T. E. 


73 


Armstrong, F. M. 


i 


Allpress, H. G. 527 


Angas,D.T. 


85 


Armstrong, G. F. 


28 


Allsopp, F. G. 85 


Angus, R. E. 


28 


Armstrong, H. M. 


219 


Allsopp,R. 219 


Angus, W. B.C. 


i 


Armstrong, H. R. 


307 


Almond, J. 85 


Annan, J. G. 


191 


Armstrong, }. C. 


118 


Alnwick, H. 527 


Annand,A.W. 


233 


Armstrong, }. L. 


307 


Alston, C.R. 163 


Annesley, Earl 


481 


Armstrong, }. R. B. 


361 


Alston, G. K. 511 


Ansbacher, S. S. 




Armstrong, M. D. 


234 


Alston, W. E. 27 


seeAnsley, S.S. 




Armstrong, M. R. L. 


361 


Althorp, Viscount 360 


Ansdell, R. C. 


481 


Armstrong R. R. 


361 


Altounyan, E. H. R. 85 


Ansdell, T. A. 


361 


Armstrong, V. 


234 


Ambler, G. 233 


Ansell, A. E. 


28 


Armstrong, W. E. 


347 


Ambrose, W.J.L. 291 


Ansell, A. G. 


361 


Arnallt-}ones, G. C. 


361 


Ames, E. F.W. 233 


Ansell, E. 


281 


Arnell,O.R, 


118 


Amphlett-Morton , 


Ansley,S.S. 


361 


Arnold, A. C. P. 


219 


J. F. 27 


Anson, G.F.V. 


361 


Arnold, A }. 


62 


Amps, L.W. 191 


Anstey, A. 


164 


Arnold, B. M. 


164 


Anable, A. 307 


Anstey,T. C.R. 


361 


Arnold, E. C. 


85 


Ancaster, Earl of 360 


Anthony, A. L. 




Arnold, }. C. 


^19 


Anderson, A. C. 73 


Anthony, H. D. 


291 


Arnold, L. M. 


'28 


Anderson, A. E.D. 360 


Antrobus, H. 




Arnold, W. 


2 


Anderson, A. P. M. 


Antrobus, M. E. 


361 


Arnold, W.B. 


28 


see Moore- Anderson, 


Apperley, B. L. M. 


361 


Arnot, D. W. 


118 


A. P. 


Appleby, D. 


233 


Arnott, E.W. 


319 


Anderson, A. R.S. 118 


Applegarth, T. W. 


85 


Arnott,}. 


482 


Anderson, C. A. 360 


Appleton, A. B. 


73 


Arnott, R.}. 


361 


Anderson, C. A. K. 233 
Anderson, D. C. 233 


Appleton, A. J. 
Appleton, E. L. 


2 li 


Aron, E. M. 
Aron, F. A. 


164 
118 


Anderson, F. I. 163 


Appleton, E. V. 


318 


Arrowsmith, R. 


85 



INDEX 



539 



Arrowsmith, W. G. 


118 


Atkinson, J. C. 


86 


Bacon, F. 


362 


Arthur, W. L. 


2 


Atkinson,}. L. 


73 


Bacon, F.R. 


362 


Arundel, F. D. 


85 


Atkinson, M. L. 


86 


Bacon, }.N.H. 




Ascoli, G. H. D. 


xx8 


Atkinson, P. Y. 


361 


Bacon, R. C. 


362 


Aserman, C. 


118 


Atkinson, R. E. 


86 


Badcock, A. L. 


319 


Ash, F. H. 


361 


Atkinson, R. H. 


291 


Badcock, G. E. 


234 


Ash,G.B. 


361 


Attenborough, 




Baerlein, H. P. D. 


362 


Ash,H.A. 


234 


C.R.W. 


362 


Baerlein, O. F. 


362 


Ash, O. A. 


361 


Atterbury, F. W. 


234 


Bagenal, N. B. 


192 


Ashburner, W. 




Atterbury, H. H. 


28 


Baggallay, M. E. C. 


362 


Ashby, K. H. 


3 8s 


Attfield,W.H. 


86 


Bagge,SirA.W.F. 


192 


Ashby, M.W. 


482 


Attlee, C. K. 


86 


Bagge,H.P. 


28 


Ashby, N. 




Attlee,W.H.W. 


3 J 9 


Bagley,A.B. 


234 


Ashcroft, A. H. 


118 


Attneave, A. L. 


86 


Bagnall, G. B. 


234 


Ashcroft, F. 


86 


Attwater, A. L. 


234 


Bagnall, J.M.V. 


527 


Ashcroft, J. M. 


118 


Attwater, G. L. 


234 


Bagnall, R. O. G. 


219 


Ashcroft, R. L. 


118 


Attwater, H. L. 


234 


Bagnall- Wild, R. K. 


119 


Ashcroft, W. 


118 


Attwater, H.StJ. 


234 


Bagot-Chester,H.A. 


219 


Ashington, H. S. O. 


192 


Attwater, W. F. 


234 


Bagshaw,W.H. 


234 


Ashley, N.D. 


2 


Attwood, H. C. 


118 


Bagshawe, H. V. 


192 


Ashton, A. A. G. 


281 


Aubry, C. P. 


3 I 9 


Bahr,P.H. 


362 


Ashton, E. G. 


307 


AubryJ.F.A. 


482 


Baikie, R. 


28 


Ash worth, J. 


2 


Auden, G. A. 


2 


Bailey, B. F. 


28 


Askew,E.J.P. 


36l 


Audra, E. 


118 


Bailey, C. M. 


119 


Askey, A. H. 


319 


Austen- Cartmell, 




Bailey, E. B. 


28 


Askey, S. G. 


319 


A.J. 


362 


Bailey, F. G. G. 


362 


Aspinall G. 




Austen-Smith, H. 


362 


Bailey, M. A. 


28 


Aspinall, J. R. 


482 


Austin, H. W. 


291 


Bailey, P. G. 


28 


Aspinwall, G. R. 


28 


Austin, L. J. 


347 


Bailey, P. J. 


482 


Assheton, R. T. 


361 


Austin, S. 


307 


Bailey, R. F. 


192 


Astbury, H. S. 


2 


Austin, S. P. 


234 


Bailey, T. B. 


119 


Astbury, S.J. 


347 


Austin, T. 


281 


Bailey, T. E. G. 


28 


Astbury, W. T. 


164 


Austin, Sir W.M.B. 


482 


Bailev,W.G.W. 


291 


Astley,B.A.F. 


307 


Avent, E. 


118 


Bailey, W.N. 


362 


Astley, W. 


2 


Avent, M. 


118 


Bailey-Hawkins, 




Aston, F. M. 


234 


Averill.A.S. 


234 


A.G. 


482 


Aston, R. L. 


118 


Averill, T. H. 


319 


Baillie,A.H. 


219 


Aston, W.D. 


73 


Averns, R. F. }. 


5" 


Baillie, A. La T. 


347 


Atchison, G. T. 


2 


Averv, G. C. 


28 


Baillieu,H.L. 


164 


Atherton, E. C. 


28 


Avory, D. H. 


482 


Baily, G. G. 


319 


Atherton, T. J. 


118 


Avdon, }. 


28 


Baily, R. E. H. 


234 


Athill, C. R. W. 
Athill, F.R.I. 


361 


Aykroyd, H. H. 
Ayliff,}. 


234 

482 


Bain, P. W. 
Bainbridge, F. A. 


219 
362 


Atkey,F.A.H. 


234 


Aylmer, E. K. G. 


362 


Bainbridge, O.}. 


192 


AtkeyJ.F.H. 


234 


Aylwin, W. E. 


86 


Bainbridge-Bell, 




Atkey, S. C. 


482 


Ayre,B.P. 


164 


L.H. 


86 


Atkin, C.S. 


118 


Ayton,W.A. 


362 


Bainbridge-Bell, 




Atkin, E. E. 


118 






W.D. 


234 


Atkin, K. 


164 


BaberJ.B. 


362 


Bainbrigge, P. G. 


362 


Atkins, B. S. 


118 


Baboneau, C. A. 


347 


Baines, A. B. 


2 


Atkins, E. M. 


307 


Bacchus, }. G. 


347 


Baines, D. L. 


2 


Atkins, G. R. 


347 


Bache,H.G.- 


119 


Baines, }.T. 


362 


Atkinson, A. G. 


361 


Back, G. A. 


119 


Baines, M. T. 


482 


Atkinson, A. V. 


219 


Back,H.A.W. 


119 


Baines, W. 


73 


Atkinson, E.W. 


118 


Back, H. C. 


362 


Baird, R. F. 


119 


Atkinson, G. 


319 


Back, I. G. 


482 


Baker,A.F.W. 


482 


Atkinson, G. B. 


482 


Back, N. 


73 


Baker,A.T.B. 


86 


Atkinson, G. H. 


281 


Backhouse, H. E. 


362 


Baker, D. 




Atkinson, H. B. 


361 


Backhouse, M. R. C. 


482 


see Bendigo, Bp. of 




Atkinson, H. G. 


347 


Backus, A. R. 


362 


Baker, E. 


527 


Atkinson, H. N. 


319 


Bacon, D. F. C. 


192 


Baker, E. C. 


307 



54 



INDEX 



Baker, E.T.L. 


28 


Baptie, N. 


2 


Barlow, C. N. 


Baker, F. B. 


281 


Barber, H.W. 


28 


Barlow, C. W. 


Baker, F. R. 


119 


Barber, J.R. 


363 


Barlow, E. M. 


Baker, M. W. 


3i9 


Barber, P. E. 


119 


Barlow, P. 73 


Baker, P. 


30? 


Barber, R.W. 


219 


Barlow, P. S. 


Baker, R. L. 


482 


Barber, T. P. 


363 


Barlow, R. G. 


Baker, S. 


119 


Barber, W.E. 


2 


Barltrop, E. A. 


Baker, S. E. 


347 


Barber-Starkey,C.C. 


219 


Barltrop, I. C. 


Baker, T.Y. 


2 


Barber-Starkey, 




Barnard, E. C. 


Bake well, B. 


2 


F.W.G. 


363 


Barnard, F. A. B. 


Bakewell.G.V. 


28 


Barber-Starkey, 




Barnard, H. D. 


Baldwin, C.W. 


347 


R.J.K. 


363 


Barnard, H. J. 


Baldwin, F.E.W. 




Barber-Starkey, 




Barnard, Lord 


Baldwin, H. J. 


86 


W.H.J. 


363 


Barnato, J.H.W. 


Baldwin, T. H. 


73 


Barbour, G. B. 


319 


Barnato, W. J. 


Bales, P. G. 


281 


Barbour, R. 


363 


Barnes, F. 


Balfour, A. 


119 


Barclay, A. E. 


2 


Barnes, F. P. 


Balfour,A. M. 


482 


Barclay, A. V. 


363 


Barnes, G. G. 


Balfour, C. M. 


362 


Barclay, C. 


363 


Barnes, J. E. 


Balfour, J. 


362 


Barclay, E. D. 


119 


Barnes, J. E. T. 


Balfour, M. 


362 


Barclay, G. A. 


363 


Barnes, J. S. 


Balfour, R. N. 


28 


Barclay, G.W. 


482 


Barnes, R. S. 


Balfour-Browne, F. 


119 


Barclay, H. F. 


482 


Barnes, T. H. 


Ball, A. E. 


291 


Barclay, H. G. (Trin.) 363 


Barnes-Gorell, 


Ball, G. R. 


73 


Barclay, H. G. 


482 


T.A.R. 


Ball, H. F. 


347 


(Trin. H.) 




Barnett, B. L. 


Ball.O.J.H. 


362 


Barclay,}. A. 


234 


Barnett, B.L.T. 


Ball, R. G. 


192 


Barclay, M. E. 


482 


Barnett, F. S. G. 


Ball,S.H. 


527 


Barclay, R. L. 


363 


Barnett, R. O. 


Ball.W.A.R. 


86 


Barclay, R. W. 


363 


Barnett, R. W. 


Ball, W. V. 


192 


Barclay, T. H. 


363 


Barnett, S.H. 


Ballamy,H.W. 


362 


Barclay-Milne, J. 


482 


Barnicoat, G. H. 


Ballance, G. 


347 


Bardwell, T. G. N. 


164 


Barnicot, H. 


Ballance, L. A. 


362 


Barff, F. R. 


2 


Barningham, E. 


Ballingall, D. C. G. 


86 


Barham,W.S. 


29 


Barningham, H. 


Balshaw, N. K. see 




Baring, M. 


363 


Barningham, V. 


Kesteven Balshaw, 


N. 


Bark, G. M. 


86 


Barnsdale,J.D. 


Balston,F.W. 


363 


Barker, A. (Christ's) 


2 


Barnsley, D. G. 


Baly, H. 


86 


Barker, A. (Trin.) 


363 


Barnsley, R. E. 


Balzarotti, G. P. 


363 


Barker, A. L. 


363 


Barnsley, T. K. 


Bamford, A. J. 


86 


Barker, E. W. 


291 


Barr, A. G. 


Bampfield, L. A. 


86 


Barker, F. 


511 


Barr, G. 


Banbury, F. E. 


363 


Barker, F. A. 


86 


Barr, L. B. 


Banbury, R. E. 


363 


Barker, F.W. 


363 


Barraclough, J. N. 


Banham, V. G. 


192 


Barker, G. D. 


281 


Barraclough, N. E. 


Banister, C. G. 


363 


Barker, G. P. 


192 


Barraclough, R. F. 


Banister, C. W. 


164 


Barker, H, A. K. 


291 


Barran, C. A. 


Banister, J. B. 


164 


Barker, K. E. M. 


29 


Barran, C. R. 


Banister, T. E. 


2 


Barker, L.E.H.R, 


119 


Barran, H. B. 


Banks, D.J. 


234 


Barker, P. T. 


319 


Barran, H. V. F. 


Banks, E. H. 


86 


Barker, R. A. (Cath.) 


307 


Barran, P. A. 


Banks, L. 


2 


Barker, R. A. (Sid.) 


347 


Barratt, W. D. 


Banks, P. 


363 


Barker, R.I. P. 


192 


Barraud.V.H.A. 


Banks, R. G. 


234 


Barker, R. W. 


119 


Barrell, F.M. 


Banks, W.E.H. 


28 


Barker, T.W. 


5" 


Barrell, K. C. 


Bannatyne, A. G. 


192 


Barker, W. 


62 


Barrett, C. B. G. 


Bannatyne, E. J. 


119 


Barker, W.B. 


347 


Barrett, F. G. 


Bannerman, W. E. 


319 


Barker-Hahlo, H. 


363 


Barrett, H. S. 


Banning, H. B. S. 


l6 4 


Barkworth, H. B. 


234 


Barrett, J. H. 


Banyard, F. E. 


527 


Barkworth, R. C. 


219 


Barrett, L. 


Banyard, J. H. 


2 


Barlow, A. W. L. 


363 


Barrett, L.T.S. 



INDEX 



Barrett, R. C. 364 


Bass, V. A. 


29 


Beamish, C. N. B. 87 


Barrett, R. O. 527 


Basset, A. F. 


220 


Beamish, R de B. 120 


Barrett, R. S. 119 


Bassett, H. LI. 


483 


Bean,C.V. 120 


Barrett, W. E. C. 235 


Bassett, P. R. 


29 


BeanJ.W.B. 512 


Barrett Greene, A. H. 319 


Bastow, F. 


29 


Beanland, J.W. 512 


Barringer, R. E. 483 


Batchelder, G. L. 


364 


Beard, A. J. 319 


Barrington, F. E. P. 119 


Batchelor,B.W. 


8? 


Beard, E. 528 


Barrington, W. R. S. 483 


Bate, A. G. 


192 


Beard, B.C. 319 


Barris,J.D. 119 


Bateman, R.J. S. 


192 


Beard, R. H. 29 


Barritt,J.L. 86 


Bateman, W. 


2 


Beardmore, W. J.M. 29 


Barritt,W.V. 319 


Bates, F. A. 


364 


Beasley,H.O.C. 164 


Barren, E. A. W. 364 


Bates, G. L. 


483 


Beasley-Robinson , 


Barren, G. D. 119 


Bates, H. R. 


8 7 


A.C. 365 


Barrow, A. J. 219 


Bates, H.S. 


37 


Beattie, L.H. 120 


Barrow, E. B. P. 364 


Bates, J.V. 


235 


Beauchamp, Sir 


Barrow, H. E. 86 


Bateson, E. deY. 


364 


M.H. 365 


Barrow, P. L. 235 


Bather, A. G. 


192 


Beaufoy, H. M. 365 


Barrow, R. L. 235 


Bather, E. J. 


29 


Beaumont, D. C. 3 


Barrow, R. M. 192 


Bathurst, C. R. 


87 


Beaumont, H. R. 220 


Barrow-in-Furness, 


Bathurst,H.A. 


235 


Beaumont, J.W. F. 235 


Bp. of 86 


Bathurst, P. L. 


220 


Beaumont, O. A. 3 


Barrowclough, S. 364 


Batley,J. 


483 


Beaumont, P. J. 528 


Barry, A. G. 235 


Batley, R. C. 


364 


Beaumont, W. H. C. 365 


Barry, C.B. 235 


Batten, H. C. C. 


483 


Beaumont- Checkland , 


Barry, Sir E. 119 


Batten, H. C. G. 


483 


M.B. 320 


Barry, E.G. Wolfe 


BattenJ. H.S. 


483 


Beaumont-Nesbitt, 


see Wolfe Barry, E. G. 


Batten, L. W. 


347 


W.H. 365 


Barry, K.A.Wolfe 


Batten, W.D.G. 


119 


Beaven,V. 512 


see Wolfe Barry, K. A. 


Batterham,D.J. 


119 


Beazley, C. M. 365 


Barry, T. 364 


Battiscombe, G. C. 


364 


Becher, G. G. 365 


Barstow, J. E. J. 235 


Batty, G.G.H. 


2 


Becher, M. A. N. 365 


Barstow, J . N . 219 


Batty, W.R. 


l6 4 


Beck,A.C.T. 164 


Bartholomew, G. T. 192 


Batty-Smith, S.H. 


119 


Beck, B. R. 29 


Barthropp,S.A.N.S.364 


Bawdon, R. H. 


29 


Beck,C. B.H. 235,528 


Bartlett,A. C. 87 


Bawdon,W. S. 


8 7 


Beck,E.W.T. 29 


Bartlett, A. G. 307 


Baxandall, A. 


512 


Beck, F. G. M. 29 


Bartlett, A. W. 2 


Baxter, C. W. 


364 


Beck, G. R. 


Bartlett, C.W. 527 


Baxter, F. H. 


87 


Beck,H.M. 192 


Bartlett, D. M. M. 29 


Baxter, T. H. 


192 


Becker, W. T. L. 235 


Bartlett, E. G. 364 


Baxter, W.H.B. 


235 


Beckett, C. M. 120 


Bartlett, G. B. 347 


Bayer, S.F. 


119 


Beckett, P. A. 29 


Bartlett, H. S. 119 


Bayley, C. H. 


192 


Beckett, V.L.S. 


Bartlett, L. A. 307 


Bayliss, B. H. 


22O 


Beckh,R.H. 164 


Bartlett, W. H. 319 


Bayliss, C. W. 


192 


Beckley,V.A. 320 


Bartley, P. R. 2 


Bayly, H.W. 


29 


Bedale, C. L. 29 


Barton, B. B. 483 


Baynes, D. L. H. 


29 


Bedale, F. S. 29 


Barton, C. G. 235 


Baynes,F.W.W. 


1 2O 


Beddington, C. 365 


Barton, C. H. 164 


Baynes, G. 


364 


Beddington, F. 193 


Barton, F. S. 319 


Baynes, H. G. 


364 


Beddow,H.J. 3 


Barton, G. R. 483 


Baynes, W. E. C. 


365 


Bedell-Sivright,D.R. 365 


Barton, J.F. 291 


Baynham, C. T. 


I6 4 


Bedford, D.J. 365 


Barton, R. A. E. 347 


Baynham, J. H. 


l6 4 


Bedford, S.H. 120 


Barton, T.E. 483 


Bazett, S. C. 


29 


Bedworth, A. C. 73 


Barton, W.J. 29 


Beale, C. E. 


319 


Beech, J. 120 


Bartram, H. 483 


Beale,C.W. 


120 


Beechey, C. R. 320 


Bartram, L. H. 364 


Beale, E. 


28l 


Beecroft, A. E. 3 


Barwell, F. L. 235 


Beale, E. V. 


192 


Beedham,H.W. 


Barwell,H.B. 307 


Beale, H. L. 


365 


Beer, A. H. 365 


Barwell, N. F. 364 


Bealey,A.C. 


365 


Beer,H. O. 120 


Barwick, R. L. 2 


Bealey, R. N. 


29 


Beeton, A. E. 365 


Bashford, P. F. R. 2 


Beament, W. O. 


512 


Beevor, R. B. 87 



542 



INDEX 



Begg, M. G. 


120 


Bennett, F. G. 3 


Berney-Ficklin, 


Beith, I. H. 


320 


Bennett, G. L. 3 


A.T.M. 30 


Belcher, G. 


3<>7 


Bennett, G. M. 483 


Berney-Ficklin, 


Belfield,S.StG.C. 


1 20 


Bennett, G. N. 483 


H.P.M. 165 


Bell, A. C. 


164 


Bennett, G. S. 347 


Berrington, K. C. 236 


Bell, A. F. 


235 


Bennett, H. C. L. 30 


Berry, A. 193 


Bell, A. S. 


483 


Bennett, H. H. G. 87 


Berry, A. J. 120 


Bell, A. T. 


235 


Bennett, H. R. 120 


Berry, B. A. 282 


Bell, A. W. 


8? 


Bennett,J. C.S. 307 


Berry, H. S. 30 


Bell, C. H. 


3 


Bennett, K. L. 30 


Berry, H. V. 120 


Bell,C.W.D. 


365 


Bennett, R. 483 


Berry, P. H. 193 


Bell,D.W. 


29 


Bennett, S.G. 73 


Berry, W. 193 


Bell, G. M. 


365 


Bennett, S. L. 235 


Berry, W. L. 120 


Bell, H. A. 


164 


Bennett, T. C. 512 


Berwick, E. B. H. 308 


Bell, J. A. 


73 


Bennett, W. E. 347 


Besant, G.B. 120 


BellJ.A.H. 


3 


Bennett, W. P. 87 


Bescoby, A. C. 87 


BellJ.D. 


120 


Bennett- Evans, G. L. 73 


Besly, E. M. 120 


Bell, J.H. (Clare) 


29 


Bennion, C. F. 235 


Bessborough, Earl of 366 


Bell, J.H. (Selwyn) 


512 


Bennion, J. M. 320 


Best, J. 30 


BellJ.J. 


365 


Bennitt, F.W. 235 


BestJ.K. 292 


Bell, L. B. 


512 


Benoly, H. J. 3 


Best, O. H. 292 


Bell, R. H. 


62 


Benoy,J. 320 


Best,R.W.G. 282 


Bell, R. L. 


281 


Benoy, J. F. 320 


Best,T.W. 366 


Bell,T.O. 


320 


Bensly,W.J. 87 


Beswick.W.T. 483 


Bell, W. A. 


347 


Benson, A. H. 120 


Bethell, C. 366 


Bell,W.A.J. 


483 


Benson, C. D. 30 


Bethell,DJ. 366 


Bell,W.B. 


164 


Benson, C. T. V. 193 


Bethune, F.P. 512 


Bell,W.G. 


282 


Benson, G. E. 320 


Bethune,J.W. 512 


Bell.W.H.D. 


365 


Benson, H.W. 87 


Bethway,W.S. 366 


Bell,W.S. 


282 


Benstead, A. S. 320 


Betteridge, B. F. 3 


Bellamy, J. 
Bellars, A. E. 


164 

220 


Benstead, C. R. 308 
Bensted-Smith.W. F. 236 


Betteridge, C. D. 165 
Betteridge, H.G.W. 3 


Bellerby, A. C. B. 


87 


Bentall, C.E. 120 


Betteridge, J.E.H. 165 


Bellew, B. B. 


483 


Benthall, E. C. 193 


Bettington, A. F. 87 


Bellew, E. H. 


483 


Bentinck, A. W. D. 366 


Betton, H. R. B. 512 


Bellhouse, A. P. 


165 


Bentinck, H. D. A. 366 


Bevan,A. E. 193 


Bellhouse, S. 


87 


Bentley, A. J. 320 


Bevan, C. B. 30 


Bellman, A. F. 


320 


Bentley, J. D. 87 


Bevan, E. J. 320 


Bellward, G. W. F. 


87 


Bentley, J.H. 320 


Bevan, F.H.V. 193 


Bellwood,K.B. 


235 


Bentley, R. C. 292 


Bevan, G. T. M. 320 


Belper, Lord 


365 


Bentley, W.W. 292 


Bevan, H.E.J. 320 


Belville, G. E. 


365 


Bentliff, H. D. 366 


Bevan, J. 165 


Bemrose, R. H. 


29 


Benton, D. 87 


Bevan, J.M. 120 


Benbow, H. 


3 


Bentwich, N. de M. 366 


Bevan, T.R. 366 


Bendall, F.W.D. 


512 


Benyon, H. A. 483 


Bevan, W.H. 165 


Bendigo, Bp. of 


528 


Berens, H. A. 347 


Bevan-Brown, C. M. 87 


Benest, E. E. 


1 20 


Beresford, C. V. 483 


Bevan-Brown, R. E. 193 


Beney, C. C. 


165 


Beresford,C.W. 483 


Bevan-Petman, B. A. 193 


Bengough, G. D. 


512 


Beresford, G. A. 320 


Bevan-Petman, B. H. 193 


Bengough, J. C. 


87 


Beresford, J. B. 193 


Beveridge, D. A. 236 


Bengough Clark, J. 




Beresford, M.dela P. 483 


Beveridge, E. W. 193 


5eeClark,J.B. 




Beresford, T. dela P. 483 


Beveridge, G. 30 


Benham, J. H. F. 


165 


Berg, A. W. 366 


Beveridge, H. 366 


Benjamin, C. M. 
Benjamin, J. A. 


365 
29 


Berger, S. H. 366 
Bergheim, P. 87 


Beverley, R. 292 
Beves, C. H. 366 


Benjamin, R. N. 


30 


Berkeley, M. K. F. 236 


Bevir, C. E. F. 236 


Bennett, C. W. 


320 


Berlein, L. H. 220 


Bevir, W. 220 


Bennett, D. 


483 


Bernard, D. V. 62 


Bewes, C. T. A. 484 


Bennett, E. 


366 


Bernard, H. C. 320 


Bewicke- Copley, 


Bennett, E. B. 


3 


Berney, R. G. G. 483 


R.G.W. 366 


Bennett, E. K. 


1 20 


Berney, Sir T. R. 483 


Bewley,E.N. 120 



INDEX 



543 



Beyts, C. A. 


236 


Bird, L. W. 


367 


Blackledge, R. D. 


3 


Bhatia, S.L. 


282 


Bird,M.B. 


308 


Blacklock, G. H. 


367 


Bibby, R. E. 


236 


Bird, M. W.K. 


87 


Blackmore, J. K. 


348 


Bickerdike, R. B. 


1 20 


Bird,P.C.H. 


308 


Blackwall,J.E. 


512 


Bickersteth, R. A. 


366 


Bird, S. 


Jo 


Blackwall, W. A. 


292 


Bickerton, H. R. 


484 


Birdwood, G. T. 


2 


BladonJ.W. 


30 


Bickerton, J. M. 


236 


Birdwood, H. B. 


282 


Bladon,M.W.B. 


30 


Bicket, T. B. 


3 


Birdwood, H. F. 


282 


Bladwell.E.W. 


320 


Bickford- Smith, 




Birkbeck, G. 


367 


Blaikie, C. J. 


121 


W.N. 


120 


Birkbeck, G. W. 


367 


Elaine, F. H. 


484 


Bickford-Smith, 




Birkbeck, H. A. 


367 


Blaine, H. D. 


2 3 6 


W.N.V. 


2 3 6 


Birkbeck, J. 


484 


Blair, A. 


3> 


Bickley, G. H. 


2 3 6 


Birkbeck, M 


30 


Blair, G.Y. 


2 3 6 


Bickneil, C. H. 


l6 5 


Birkett, G. E. 


484 


Blair, H. M. 


367 


Bicknell,P.W. 


366 


Birks,A.H. 


121 


Blair, H.S. P. 


348 


Bickneil, R. A. W. 


2 3 6 


Birks,C.T.E. 


512 


Blair, P. C. B. 


193 


Bickneil, R. P. 


3 


Birley,O.H.J. 


367 


Blair- Imrie, H. F. 


2 3 6 


Bidder, H. F. 


366 


Birmingham, Bp. of 


308 


Blake, A. G. 


193 


Biddle, F. A. 


366 


Birnstingl, C. A. 


30 


Blake, A. L. 


2 3 6 


Bidgood, G. J. B. 


308 


Biscoe, V. F. 


30 


Blake, C. 


88 


Bienemann, G. A. J. 


87 


BisdeeJ.S.M. 


320 


Blake, F. E. C. 


484 


Biggar, C. L. P. 


3 


Bishop, C. G. 


236 


Blake, G. P. 


367 


Bigge,HJ. 


366 


Bishop, G. S. 


282 


Blake, P. J. 


236 


Bigger, W. G. 


292 


Bishop, J. H. 


367 


Blake, T. R. H. 


236 


Bigger, W.K. 


87 


Bishop, P. F. 


30 


Blakeley,F.R. 


320 


Biggs, E. K. 


3 


Bishop, R. O. 


3 


Blakeney, E. P. 


367 


Bigg- Wither, H.S. 


3 


Bispham, C. 


484 


Blakeney, J. E. C. 


282 


Bigland, A. D. 


120 


BisphamJ.W. 


87 


Blaker, R. N. R. 


165 


Bignold, C. S. 


30 


Biss,H.C.J. 


87 


Blakeston, B. M. 


512 


Bilderbeck,A.C.L.O'S; 3 


BissJ.C.deV. 


220 


Blakiston, A. F. 


88 


Billing, E. 


121 


Bissett, C. C. 


87 


Blakiston, B. R. 


220 


Billinger, H. F. 


320 


Black, D. C. 


367 


Blakiston, J.N. 


22O 


Billinghurst, W. B. 


320 


Black, F. G. 


2 3 6 


Blamire-Brown, C. 


220 


Billington, C. M. 


121 


Black,G.D.A. 


3 


Blanch, N. H. 


3 


Billinton, H. L. 


30 


Black, J. A. 


121 


BlanchardJ.F.J. 


88 


Bilney, A. A. H. 


366 


Black, J. C. 


367 


Blanchard, N. 


121 


Bilsborough, J.H. 


512 


Black, J.N. 


30 


Blanco- White, G. K. 


367 


Bilsland,A.S. 


320 


Black, L. L. D. 


292 


Bland, A. J. T. 


367 


Bilton,C.H.E. 


30 


Black, L. P. 


484 


Bland, B.S. 


88 


Bilton, E. B. 


30 


Black, M. A. 


3 


Bland, C. 


88 


Bindloss, A. H. 


320 


Black, P. 


121 


Bland, E. C. 


165 


Bindloss, W. 


165 


Black, R. A. 


3 


Bland, J.C. 




Bindon,W.F.V. 


347 


Black, R. B. 


30 


see Cooper Bland, J 




Binks, B. B. 


3 


Black, R. P. 


367 


BlandfordJ.J.G. 


236 


Binks, B. H. 


292 


Black, S. G. 


320 


Blandy, R. 


121 


Binney, J. 


484 


Blackburn, A 


367 


Blatherwick, R. 


3 


Binning, Lord 


367 


Blackburn, B. R. 


308 


Blathwayt, F. W. 


2 3 6 


Binns, A. L. 


320 


Blackburn, G. G. 


484 


BlaxlandJ.B. 


512 


Binyon, B. 


367 


Blackburn, L. O. G. 


484 


Blaxter,A.P.Ll. 


321 


Bion, R. E. 


367 


Blackburn, W. H. 


3 


Blaxter, K. W. 


220 


Birch, A. G. 


367 


Blackburn-Maze, 




BleasdellJ.T. 


512 


Birch, F. L. 


193 


C.I. 


367 


Blech, E. L. 


193 


Birch, J.R. 


30 


Blackburne, E. V. 


3 


Blee, E. L. 


292 


Birch, W. C. 


193 


Blackburne, H. W. 


3 


Blew, C. L. 


121 


Birchenough, R. P. 


484 


Blackburne- Daniell, 




Blew, K. 


2 3 6 


Bird, A. K. 


87 


G.F. 


236 


Bligh,E. 


3 


Bird, C. B. 


236 


Blackden,S.C. 


292 


Bligh,E.H.S. 


236 


Bird, C. K. 


193 


Blacker, H. A. C. 


292 


Bliss,A.E.D. 


236 


Bird, E. G. 


528 


Blackett, B. J. 


367 


Bliss, E. W. 


3 


Bird, G. F. 




Blackett, G. E. 


121 


Bliss, F. K. 


193 


Bird,HJ.G. 


528 


Blackie, A. 


282 


Blockey, H. S. 


3<> 



544 



INDEX 



Blom, A. H. 367 


Bonser, G. A. G. 321 


Bourne, J.C. 4 


Bloomfield,E.A.R.R.484 


Bonser, W. J. 4 


Bourne, L. P. S. 348 


Blow, A. E. 30 


Bonsey,W.H. 321 


Bournes, G. H. 62 


Bloxham, L. A. 88 


Bonvalot, A. C. 368 


Bousfield,H.T.W. 4 


Blucke,R. S. 308 


Bonvalot, E. St L. 368 


Bousfield.J.K. 121 


Bluett, D. C. 88 


Booker, G. H. 220 


Bousfield, L. 237 


Bluett, T.L.C. 88 


Bookless, J. S. 484 


Bousfield, R. B. 121 


Blumhardt, E. H. F. 


Boot.J.C. 165 


Bousfield, S. 121 


see Mills, E. H. F. 


Boote,C.W. 88 


Bousfield, W. E. 121 


Blumhardt, R. A. 


Booth, A. F. 4 


Bouwens, B. G. 368 


see Mills, R. A. 


Booth, C. H. B. 193 


Bovey, F. H. W. 484 


Blundell, E. K. 512 


Booth, C. Z. M. 368 


Bovill, E. H. 


Blunt, A. S.V. 193 


Booth, E. 321 


Bovill, E. W. 368 


Blunt, D. L. 193 


Booth, H. F. 308 


Bovill, J.E. 237 


Blyth, A. C. 


Booth, T.M. 368 


Bowcher, F.H. 31 


Blyth,M.M. 512 
Boardman, H. 88 


Booth, W.R. 62 
Boothman, 


Bowden, E. R. 237 
Bowdler, A. P. 348 


Boardman, J.H. 121 


J. H. E. D. 308 


Bowdon,W. S. 321 


Boardman, T. H. 282 


Booty, M. G. R. 4 


Bowe,J.H. 165 


Bock, E.N. 121 


Borrett, P. R. 220 


Bowen,A. G.W. 193 


Boddington, O. W. 88 


Borthwick, C. H. 348 


Bo wen, G. 


Boddington, V. C. 321 
Boddy,J.A.V. 88 


Borthwick, L. C. 348 
Borton, C.E. 512 


Bowen,J.B. 368 
Bowen, L. H. 321 


BodeJ.E.V. 512 


Bosanquet, A. R. 368 


Bowen,T. S. 31 


BodenJ.F.W. 165 


Bosanquet, W. S. B. 193 


Bowen Colthurst, 


Bodenham, 


Boscawen, M.T. 368 


R. M. 368 


H.E.C.H. 367 


Boscawen,V. D. 368 


Bowen- Davies , J . 73 


Bodey,A. R. 121 


Bostock, G. E. 88 


Bower, C. F. 62 


Bodington, C. H. 282 


Bostock,S.C. 368 


Bower, C.W. 121 


Bodley.A. L. 31 


Bostock-Hill,A.J. 368 


Bower, F. 308 


Bodley, D. H. 237 
Bodvel-Roberts,H.F. 31 


Boston, L. 31 
Boswell, D. St G. K. 237 


Bower, HJ. 88 
Bower, H. M. 368 


Bold, T. A. 62 


Boswell, P. R. 292 


Bowes, G. B. 88 


Bolingbroke, C. B. 88 


Botham,A. F. 31 


Bowes-Lyon, G. P. 368 


Bolitho, G. R. 367 


BottJ.A. 484 


Bowes-Lyon, M. 484 


Bolitho, T. G. G. 367 


Bott,W. E. 512 


Bowes-Lyon, P. 369 


BollandJ.F. 31 


Botting, C. G. 88 


Bowker,R. C.S. 88 


Bolton, D. C. 368 


Bottome, G. M. 4 


Bowlby, R. F. 369 


Bolton, M.B. 237 


Bottomley, A. C. 31 


Bowie, C.W. 369 


Bolton, P. 193 


Bottomley E.W. 193 


Bowie- Evans, C. H. 88 


Bolton, T. 528 


Bottomley, R. A. A. 31 


Bowler, S. 528 


Bolton, W.S. 368 


Botwood, E. K. 292 


Bowles, H. F. 165 


Bomford, J. F. 121 


Boucher, A. E. 528 


Bowles, R. J. A. 31 


Bompas, H. S. 237 


Boucher, R. E. 31 


Bowman, F. 369 


Bond, A. C. 368 


Boughey, C. L. F. 368 


Bowman, G. H. 369 


Bond, B.W. 321 


Boulderson , G . 31 


Bowman Vaughan, E. W. 


Bond, C. E. 121 


Boulenger, C. L. 193 


see Vaughan, E. W. B. 


Bond, C. G. 368 


Boultbee, A. E. 308 


Bowring, H. 193 


Bond, D. 220 


Boultbee,B.StJ. 62 


Bowring, J. F. E. 369 


Bond,G.W. 31 


Boultbee, H. T. 4 


Boyce, A. H. 308 


BondJ.S. 88 


Boulter, C. S. C. 484 


Boycott, A. G. 513 


Bone, H. 292 


Boulton, H. 31 


Boyd, C. W. 308 


Bonham, E. H. 368 


Boulton,R.J. 31 


Boyd,EJ. 348 


BonhamCarter,A.T.368 


Bouquet, A. C. 165,368 


Boyd, G.J. 484 


Bonham Carter, F.H. 368 


Bourchier, B. G. 292 


Boyd, H. A. 369 


Bonham-Christie, 


Bourchier, Le G. C. 368 


Boyd, H. J. 


R.A. 484 


Bourdillon, G. L. 512 


BoydJ. 369 


Bonhote, E. F. 31 
Bonnalie, F. E. 3 


Bourdillon, T. E. 88 
Bourne, A. S. 512 


Boyd- Carpenter, Bp. 308 
Boyd-CarpenterJ.P.3o8 


Bonner, C. A. J. 


Bourne, A. W. 73 


Boyd Rochfort, G. A. 


Bonomi,J. I. 484 


Bourne, C. 512 


see Rochfort, G. A. B. 



INDEX 



545 



Boyer, G.W.B. 74 


Branston, C. A. 


369 


Brindle,W.S. 370 


Boyle, G. E. 513 


Branston, R. 


4 


Brinton, R. D. 74 


Boyle, G. F. 369 


Brash, E.J.Y. 


321 


Briscoe, F. E. 292 


Boyle, G. L. 282 


Brasnett, T. J. G. 


4 


Briscoe, F. E. T. 237 


Boyle, J. 484 


Brass, W. 


369 


Briscoe, J.R. 513 


Boyle, R. F. R. P. 484 


Bratton, A. B. 


122 


Briscoe, W.T. 513 


Boyne, Viscount 220 


Braun, G. C. P. 


369 


Brisley, C.E. 122 


Boys, G. V. 369 


Braunholtz, E. J. K. 


194 


Bristed, G.T. 194 


Boyson, H.A. 121 


Braunholtz, G. E. K 


no 
. OO 


Bristow, C. H. 4 


Boyson, J.C. 121 


Braunholtz, H. J. 


321 


Brittain,A.W. 4 


Boyton,H.J. 165 


Braunholtz,W.T.K 


37 


Brittain,E. S. 122 


Bozman, E. F. 369 


Brawn, J. A. 


4 


Broad, A.M. 122 


Brabazon,C.M.P. 484 
Braby, H. W. 348 


Bray, E. F. 
Bray, Sir E.H. 


62 

370 


Broad, C. N. F. 237 
Broadbent, C. H. 370 


Bracecamp, F. W. 165 
Brachi, C. C. 308 


Bray, F. E. 
Bray, J. 


37 
370 


Broadbent, E. R. 122 
Broadbent, F. M. 220 


Bracken, R.J.M.E. 121 


Brayne, F. L. 


237 


Broadbent, H. G. 292 


Brackett,A.W.K. 321 


Brayne, W. F. 


88 


Broadbent, W. 370 


Bradbury, J. B. 74, 121 
Bradbury, J. F. 194 
Bradfield, L. G. 121 


Brearley,A. J. 
Bree,H.R.S. 
Breed, F. G. 


88 
5J3 
165 


Broadmead , H . H . 122 
Brock, A. G. 237 
Brock, E. G. 321 


Bradfield,R. 121 


Breese, W. L. 


37 


Brocklebank, J. J. 370 


Bradford, Earl of 369 


Bremner, F. D. H. 


37 


Brocklehurst, E. H. 485 


Bradford, E. C. 237 


Brenan,A.R.M. 


370 


Brocklehurst, H. 4 


Bradley, A. S. 121 


Brend, W. A. 


348 


Brocklehurst, 


Bradley, E. J. (Jesus) 165 


Brereton, J.L. 


370 


Sir P. L. 485 


Bradley, E. J. (Pern.) 237 


Bretherton, H. 


37 


Brocklehurst, T. P. 485 


Bradley, G. H. 528 


Brett, J.H. 


122 


Brockman, E. P. 1 22 


Bradley, G. M. 165 


Breul,O.G.F.J. 


37 


Brockman, R. St L. 122 


Bradley, H. E. 237 


Brewer, C. H. 


31 


Brockman, W. D. 122 


Bradley, M. G. 369 


Brewer, F. G. 


122 


Erode, R. T. 4 


Bradley, S.B. 121 


Brewer, J. 


88 


Brodie, E.J. 370 


Bradley, V. M. 165 


Brewis, C. C. 


74 


Brodie,H.W. 31 


Bradley, W.deW.H. 165 


Brewster, G.W. 


194 


Brodie, M. M. 292 


Bradney, J.A. 369 


Brian, F.R.H. 


321 


Brodie, P. 31 


Bradshaw, P. C. 369 


Brice-Smith, H. F. 


321 


Brodsky, G.A. 370 


Bradshaw, R. E. K. 369 


Brice-Smith,J.K. 


321 


Brogden, G.A. 31 


Bradshaw, T. B. 237 


Brickwood, H. 


282 


Brogden, J.R.R. 31 


Bradshaw, W. D. 369 


Bridge, E. A. 


485 


Brolemann, P. W. A