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CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 & 2 - Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Gill Cannell & Andrew Dishman 2008

The Cambridge University, Corpus College World War 1 memorials are in the form of two white sstone tabvlets in the chapel. There are 63 names listed for World War 1, 94 names for World War 2 and one for conflicts after World War 2.

Photographs copyright © Gill Cannell & Andrew Dishman 2008

The following notes apply:

[date] indicates date of matriculation.
(1914) indicates those who were admitted for the Michaelmas Term of 1914, but who never actually matriculated.
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.

The extra details here are taken from `The War List of the University of Cambridge, 1914 – 1918’ by G.V. Carey. (Cambridge University Press, 1921.) However, some names listed in this publication do not appear on the memorial, and they have been omitted from the table below.

M denotes those mentioned in despatches.
MC denotes Military Cross

1914-1918

BARKER

W

[1894] Major, Worcestershire Regt. Died 15 Aug. 1918 of wounds received in action

BARNES

J E T

[(1914)] Capt., Gloucestershire Regt. Killed in action 3 Feb. 1917.

BLYTH

A F

No further information currently

BOWER

C F

[1910] Capt., Sherwood Foresters (Notts. & Derby Regt.) Killed in action 13 Sept. 1917

BRAY

E F

[(1914)] Lieut., R.N.A.S. Missing, presumed killed in action, 19 July 1917

BROWNLEE

W M

[1915] 2nd Lieut., Dorset Regt. Died 12 Oct. 1914 of pneumonia

BUDGEN

R G

[1913] Lieut., King’s (Shropshire L.I.). Killed in action 24 Aug. 1915

BULLOCK

G F

[1900] 2nd Lieut., S. Wales Borderers. Killed in action 31 July 1917

BURGESS

D

[1872] Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. (3rd N. Gen. Hospital, T.F.) Died 17 Jan. 1917

CHURCHWARD

H A

[1911] 2nd Lieut., London Yeo. (Westminster Dragoons); attd. R.F.C. Killed in action 16 Aug. 1917

CLARKE

J P D

[1911] Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. Accidentally killed 1915

COBHAM

F G B

No further information currently

COOPER

H W F

[1899] 2nd Lieut., R. Fusiliers. Died 28 April 1917 of wounds received in action

CROSSE

R G

[1913] Lieut., Queen’s Own (R.W.Kent Regt.). Died 14 July 1916 of wounds received in action

CUNNINGTON

E C

[1908] Capt., R.A.M.C. M. Killed in action 23 March 1918.

DAVIES

T A M

[1912] Lieut., R.F.A. (T.F.). Killed in action 1 July 1916

DAY

N L

[1913] 2nd Lieut., King’s (Liverpool Regt.). Killed in action 14 Sept. 1916

DEVEREUX

H W

[1913] Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt. (T.F.). Killed inaction 26 June 1916

DIXON-WRIGHT

H D

[1889] Rev., M.V.O. Chaplain, R.N. Died 31 May 1916 of wounds received in action in the Battle of Jutland

DOUDNEY

C E

Rev., C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. Died 16 Oct. 1915 of wounds received in action

DUCKWORTH

W C

[*1910] 2nd Lieut., Welsh Regt.; *attd. King’s (Shropshire L.I.). Killed in action 8 Oct. 1918

DYER

H F

[1904] 2nd Lieut., D. of Wellington’s (W. Riding Regt). Died 28 Aug. 1917 of wounds received in action 8 Aug. 1917

GASKELL

L N

No further information currently

GLEGG

A L

[1914] 2nd Lieut., King’s Royal Rifle Corps. Killed in action 10 Aug. 1915

HAMILTON

J

[1898] 2nd Lieut., Border Regt. (T.F.). Killed in action 5 Nov. 1916

HANNA

J H

[1901] 2nd Lieut., London Regt. (St Pancras Bn.). Killed in action 20 Sept. 1917

HARSTON

F N

[1909] Capt., E. Lancs. Regt.; Brigade Major. M.C. M. Killed in action 22 April 1918

HEWITT

F W

[1893] Rev., C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. Killed in action near Vermelles 28 Sept. 1915

HILL

W R

[1915] Lieut., Durham L.I. M.C. and bar. Died at Stralsund, Germany, 6 Nov. 1918 of blood poisoning

JAMES

E S P K

[1906] Capt., King’s Royal Rifle Corps. Killed in action 17 March 1915

KEATING

G H

[1911] Pte., Middlesex Regt. (P.S. Bn.); Lieut. Killed in action 18 Sept. 1918

KNIGHT

E A

[1905] 2nd Lieut., M.G.C. Killed in action 24 Sept. 1917

LAING

A T

[1907] Capt., Northumberland Fus. Died 24 July 1916 of wounds received in action

LANG

H A

[1893] Major, Worcestershire Regt. M. Killed in action in Gallipoli 9 June 1915

LA TOUCHE

D D

[(1914)] 2nd Lieut., King’s (Shropshire L.I.); Capt., Welsh Regt. Killed in action in Gallipoli 8 Aug. 1915

LEEKE

H A

[1899] Lieut., R. Warwickshire Regt. Died 29 May 1915 of fever

LEEMING

A J

[1908] Capt., R. Fusiliers. M. Killed in action 31 July 1917

LING

L S

[1915] 2nd Lieut., Norfolk Regt. Killed in action 4 May 1917

LOCKHART

N D S B

[1913] Lieut., Seaforth Hdrs. Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915

MACINTOSH

H M

[1911] Capt., Argyll and Sutherland Hdrs. Died 26 July 1918 of wounds received in action

MACKAY

C L

[1913] 2nd Lieut., Worcestershire Regt. Died 7 June 1915 of wounds received in action 28 May 1915

MARRIOTT

J F L

[1907] 2nd Lieut., D. of Cornwall’s L.I. Died 26 Jan 1915 of spotted fever

MARTIN

E N M

[1898] 2nd Lieut., 5th (R. Irish) Lancers. Killed in action 30 Sept. 1916

MATHEWS

A

[1913] Lieut., Cheshire Regt. Died 14 April 1916 of wounds received in action

NELSON

E B

[1909] 2nd Lieut., I.A.R.O., attd. Indian Infy. Died 15 March 1916 of wounds received in action

OKE

R W L

[*1904] Capt., R. Berkshire Regt. Killed in action 25 Sept. 1915

PATCH

N J S

[1892] Pte., Australian Force. Killed in action 11 Oct. 1917

PIERSON

L D

[(1914)] Lieut., E. Yorks. Regt. M. Killed in action 30 Oct. 1916

READ

E O

[1909] Reverend. C.F. 4th Class, R.A.C.D. Killed in action 3 Oct. 1918

ROXBURGH

J H

[(1914)] Major, M.G.C. M.C. M. Killed in action 2 Oct. 1918

SANDFORD

C R F

[1913] Capt., King’s Own (Yorkshire L.I., T.F.) M.C. Killed in action 22 Feb. 1917

SANKEY

W M

[1914] Lieut., Monmouthshire Regt. M.C. Died 23 March 1918 of wounds received in action

SHAW

R

[1910] Capt., King’s (Liverpool Regt., T.F.). Killed in action 20 Sept. 1917

SMITH

G R

[1902] Lieut., Canadian Infy. Killed in action 6 May 1917

STOKES

L M

No further information currently

TERRELL

F W

[1912] Lieut., Gloucestershire Regt.; attd. Worcestershire Regt. Killed in action 3 Sept. 1916

THRING

A E

No further information currently

TITCOMB

F H Y

No further information currently

WEBB

A H

[1911] 2nd Lieut., The Buffs (E.Kent Regt., T.F.). Killed in action 23 June1917

WHITTAM

M J G

[1912] Lieut., D. of Wellington’s (W. Riding Regt.). Died 11 Aug. 1915 of wounds received in action in Gallipoli

WILSON

R E

[1904] 2nd Lieut., Bombay Vol. Rifles. Killed in action in E. Africa 11 March 1916

WYNNE

E E

[1913] Pte., R. Fusiliers (P.S.Bn.); Capt., Leicestershire Regt. (T.F.). Killed in action 8 June 1917

MAINWARING

C L

[1906] Lieut., R.G.A.

1939-1945

ALLEN

W P

No further information currently

ANDERSON

C D

No further information currently

ANSET

D C

No further information currently

ARCHDALL

M K

No further information currently

ARCHDALL

W H

No further information currently

ASH

A J

No further information currently

BAILEY

J C L D

No further information currently

BARGE

R N K

No further information currently

BARRETT

D C

No further information currently

BISHOP

M H E

No further information currently

BROWN

N S H

No further information currently

CABLE

J D S

No further information currently

CALDWELL

J E M P

No further information currently

CASE

C V

No further information currently

CASSELS

P R

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CATTERNS

J B C

No further information currently

CLERKE

N J

No further information currently

COBBOLD

R N

No further information currently

CORRY

D P

No further information currently

COULSON

N

No further information currently

CUNNING

J E

No further information currently

DARBY

R G D

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DORE

D P

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EVANS

R C

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EVES

H J H

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FLETCHER

D J A

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GAYE

J C

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GLENNIE

D G

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GOODFELLOW

P R

No further information currently

GRAHAM LITTLE

E B

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ACHESON

G V

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CRESSWELL

A C

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HAWKINS

D S

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HIBBERD

J

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HICKS

R G V

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HODGE

J E

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HOLMAN

C P

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HOPGOOD

J V

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HORTON

P S

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HOSKYNS

C W

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JACKSON

G F R

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JEFFRIES

P G

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JOHNSON

O K

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KENNEDY

G M

No further information currently

KESTER

V

No further information currently

KHAN

M M

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KIMPTON

P W

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KNOWLES

J M

No further information currently

LAKE

D S

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LANGSTON

A R

No further information currently

LEITH

R B

No further information currently

LEWIS

D G

No further information currently

LILLEY

R J

No further information currently

LLOYD

J B

No further information currently

MACKIE

G E

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MACLEAY

R B

No further information currently

MACPHERSON

C J

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MAILE

R

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MANUEL

G S

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MARRACK

P R

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ELLIOTT

C E

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MCMASTER

I E

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CARSON

B H

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MCKIERNAN

H M

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MCKINLAY

N E

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MEDHURST

R E H

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MILLIGAN

R W B

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MONCRIEFF

C M

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MONTEATH

D I

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NAIRN

G

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NOONE

H D

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O’HAGAN

C C O

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PEIRANO

P R

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PHIPPS

F C

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POLLOCK

I G E

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PUCKLE

D C R

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RADCLIFFE

G M

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RIX

H R

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ROTHERA

J P

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ST. HILL

M E

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SAMPSON

W A P

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SCOTT

W J M

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SERGEANT

A N

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SILLS

M G

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SIMOND

G F

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SOUTHWELL

J M

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STEVENS

J K Cloete

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STEVENSON

W R

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SYMONDS

A T R

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TRIMMER

C E A

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THOMPSON

No further information currently

WHITE

D F R

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MAY

C W

No further information currently

WALLACE

G

No further information currently

Other conflicts

ANDERSON

M I

Memorial states 1948 - probably M I Anderson, Lieutenant 380196, 1st Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, Duke of Albany's). Died 12th November 1949 in Malaya. Buried in Kranji Military Cemetery, Singapore. Plot 1. Row E. Grave 6.

Last updated 7 October, 2008

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