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CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, MAGDALENE COLLEGE WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 & 2- Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Gill Cannell & Andrew Dishman 2009
researched Martin Edwards

Metal tablet, designed and made for the College by Alexander Fisher, affixed under the south-east window in the College Chapel. Dedication services held on 11th November 1923.

Additional details taken from Magdalene College War Memorial; Dedication by the Bishop of Ely, November 11th 1923.(Printed for private circulation at the University Press, Cambridge.) & Carey, G.V., ed. The War List of the University of Cambridge, 1914-1918. (Cambridge University Press, 1921.) These details have been updatd with details from various other information including the Commonmealth War Graves Commission, Soldiers Died in the Great War, UK census from 1881 to 1911, various educational documents, The Bond of Sacrifice and De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour plus other documents including Harts Army List.

The World War 2 memorial takes the form of a wall-mounted slate tablet with incised lettering and names in seven columns, to be found in the College chapel.

Photographs copyright © Gill Cannell & Andrew Dishman 2009

Mementote vos Fratres in Domino qui Mortem Oppetentes Vitam Meruerunt
1914-1918

The following notes apply:

[date] indicates date of matriculation.
The date in square brackets is the date of matriculation; where no matriculation date is given, the student, though entered for the College, had not yet begun to reside.

ALLIN Harold Wyse
[1908] Second Lieutenant (Temporary Lieutenant), 6th Battalion, King’s (Shropshire Light Infantry). Died 13 December 1917 of wounds received in action. Aged 28. Son of Alfred Thomas and Ethel Wyse Allin, of Woolston, Loddiswell, Devon. Buried in KANTARA WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY, Egypt. Section F. Grave 281.

Extract from Du Ruvigny's Roll of Honour 1914-1918, Volume 3, page 10:

ALLIN, HAROLD WYSE, 2nd Lieut., 10th (Service) Battn. The King's (Shropshire Light Infantry), only s. of Alfred Thomas Allin, of Woolston, Loddiswell, co. Devon, Clerk in Holy Orders, by his wife, Ethel Wyse, dau. of T. W. Weymouth ; b. Holbeton, Plymouth, 28 Dec. 1888 ; educ. by a private tutor, and Magdalene College, Cambridge ; was Master of the Mod-bury Harriers, and Manager of the Home Farm on the family estate ; joined the Royal Devon Yeomanry (T.F.) as a Trooper in Sept. 1914 : was gazetted 2nd Lieut. Jan 1915, in the King's (Shropshire Light Infantry); served with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders from 3 June, 1916, being in charge of the machine guns of the 6th Battu. King's (Shropshire Light Infantry); in the following Oct. he had a severe accident, his horse falling dead, and rolling over him ; was in hospital for many months; on recovery proceeded to Egypt to join the 10th Battn., and died at No. 43 Stationary Hospital, El-Arish, 13 Dec. 1917, from wounds received in action in the Hills of Judea 30 Nov. previously. Buried in the Masaid Military Cemetery, Egypt. Major C. W. Tomkinson wrote : "On the same day that your son joined, began a series of very big Marches, which took the battalion right up from Southern Palestine into the mountainous country round Jerusalem. During this hard and difficult time he thoroughly won his way into the affection of his platoon, as he was so cheerful and patient with the men, when all were tired out with the big distances and the heavy roads. You will realize what a terrific effort is involved in marching and fighting on this scale, and how much the cheerfulness and staunchness of an officer helps his men, as was most certainly the case with your son's platoon. The man who was chiefly responsible for carrying him down told me how wonderfully brave he was, and that he never complained at all. I was delighted to have him in my company ; he is a great loss to us." Unm.

ARNOLD Alban Charles Philias
[1911] Second Lieutenant (Temporary), 18th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers (P.S. Bn). Killed in action 7 July 1916. Aged 23. Son of the Rev. Charles Lowther Arnold and Mary Delamere Arnold, of Holy Trinity Vicarage, Fareham, Hants. No known grave. Commemorated on THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Somme, France. Pier and Face 8 C 9 A and 16 A.
BAILLIE Algernon Harold
[1886] Major, 3rd Battalion, Norfolk Regiment. Died 18 October 1918. Birth registered in the April to June Quarter 1866 in the Newark Registration District, Nottinghamshire. In 1893 he married Violet Amy Graham at St Margaret, Westminster, aged 27. His death was civilally recorded in the October to Decmeber Quarter 1918 in the Petersfield Registration District, Hampshire, aged 52. In the 1901 census he was aged 34, born Wallington, Oxfordshire, married to Violet A., a Captain On Full Pay H.M. Forces Army Officer Managing Director Brewery Company, resident Crossfields, Weeping Cross, Baswich, Stafford, Staffordshire. In the 1911 census he was aged 45, born Birmingham, Suffolk (sic), a brewer, resident with his wife Violet Amy, at Weeping Cross near Stafford, Baswich, Milford and Walton, Staffordshire. In the 1891 Hart's Army List he was a Lieutenant, Norfolk Regiment, rank since 13 December 1890. In the 1898 Hart's Army List he was a Captain, Norfolk Regiment, rank since 18 February 1893. In the 1898 Hart's Army List he was a Captain, 3rd Battalion, Norfolk Regiment, rank since 18 February 1893
BARLOW Theodore Kenneth
Lieutenant (Temporary), 8th Battalion [1st Battalion on SDGW], South Staffordshire Regiment. Died of wounds 15 July 1916. Aged 20. Eldest son of Margaret Barlow, of 26, Huntingdon Rd., Cambridge, and the late Rev. H. T. E. Barlow, of Lawford Rectory, Manningtree. Made temporary Second Lieutenant 27 February 1915. Born 16 June 1896, baptised at All Saints, Cambridge, resident with his parents Henry Theodore Edward and Margaret Barlow at 3 Clare Terrace, Castle Street, Cambridge. In the 1901 census he was aged 4, born Cambridge, resident with his parents, Henry and Margaret, at Marwood Rectory, Marwood, Barnstaple, Devon. Buried in HEILLY STATION CEMETERY, MERICOURT-L'ABBE, Somme, France. Plot I. Row C. Grave 29. Also commemorated on St Mary Church Memorial, Lawford, Essex. See also Cambridge St Luke's and Cambridge Guildhall
BARROW Alfred James
[1902] Captain, 10th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers. Died in Germany 24 June 1918 of wounds received in action. Aged 35. Son of Alfred and Agnes Jane Barrow, of Ulverscroft, Barrow-in-Furness. Educated Grayrigg School, Westmorland, in 1899. Awarded the Military Cross (M.C.). Buried in Buried at NIEDERZWEHREN CEMETERY, KASSEL, Hessen, Germany. Plot VIII. Row A. Grave 2.
BERLEIN Leslie Hermann
[1912] Lieutenant, 8th Battalion, Princess Charlotte of Wales's (Royal Berkshire Regiment). Killed in action 25 September 1915. Aged 22. Son of Julius and Elizabeth Berlein, of Johannesburg, South Africa. His brother Charles M. Berlein also fell. In the 1901 census he was aged 8, born South Africa, resident with his parents at 29, Portman Square, St Marylebone, Marylebone, London & Middlesex. Buried in DUD CORNER CEMETERY, LOOS, Pas de Calais, France. Plot V. Row D. Grave 7.

Extract from Du Ruvigny's Roll of Honour 1914-1918, Volume 1, page 35:

BERLEIN, LESLIE HERMAN. Lieut., 8th (Service) Battn. Royal Berkshire Regt., yst. s. of Julius, Berlein, of Cross Oak, Berkhamsted, co. Herts, J.P. ; b. Johannesburg, 39 June, 1893; educ. Charterhouse, Berkhamsted School and Magdalene College, Cambridge, was a member of Lincoln's Inn, but following the outbreak of war, was gazetted temporary Lieut. in the Berkshires, 19 Sept. 1914. His battn. was selected to lead the attack near Hulluch on 25 Sept. 1915. In the assault his company was leading, and Lieut. Berlein was the first out of the trenches. He was killed on the front of the enemy's trenches, leading his platoon; unm.

BULL Godfrey John Oswald
[1908] Lieutenant, 2nd (East Lancashire) Field Company, Royal Engineers. Killed in action in Gallipoli 8 July 1915. Aged 26. Son of the late Col. William Henry and Emma Cherry Bull. Educated at Wellington College and Magdalene, Cambridge. In the 1901 census he was aged 10, born Stony Stratford, Buckinghamshire, resident with his parents at 105, High Street, Stony Stratford, Buckinghamshire. Buried in PINK FARM CEMETERY, HELLES, Turkey (including Gallipoli). Special memorial 11. See also Stony Stratford, Buckinghamshire

Summarised extract from Marquis de Ruvigny' s Roll of Honour the following:

Godfrey John Oswald Bull, Lieutenant, 2nd East Lancashire Field company, Royal Engineers. 3rd son of Colonel William Henry Bull, F.R.C.S., K.H.S, V.D., J.P., Assistant Director of medical services, South Midland division by his wife Emma Elizabeth Cherry, daughter of the late Edward Hoare Garole of Ballinacurra House Midleton co Cork.

Born St Oswalds house Stony Stratford co Bucks 3-8-1890, educated Wellington College and Magdalane College, Cambridge (B.A 1st class honours). On leaving Cambridge he became a pupil at the Westinghouse works , Manchester, and joined the East Lancs R.E (T.F) as a 2nd Lieut 10-6-1913, and was promoted Lieutenant 7-1-1914. He left for Egypt in sept 1914 and proceeded to the Dardenelles in the following May, was slightly wounded in the leg during the fighting that month and was killed in action there 8th July following.

His commanding officer wrote "He met his death early in the morning whilst surveying the work his men had been engaged on during the night in orderto send his report which is called for each morning. Death was instantaneous, being shot through the brain by a sniper. Your son was a noble lad and a good soldier, and a untiring worker. If any man ever served his country as a junior officer it was your son and our comrade."

His two brothers are now (1916) on active service, Capt W.E.H. Bull with the mounted brigade, field ambulance R.A.M.C (T.F.) and Capt H.C.H. Bull with the 8th battalion Kings Own Yorkshire L.I.

BURNIER Richard
Lieutenant, 9th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. Died of wounds 21 February 1918. Aged 20. Son of Mrs. C. H. Burnier, of 18, Hurst Rd., Eastbourne. Educated at Bradfield College, Magdalene College, Cambridge and Sandhurst. IN the 1901 census he was aged 3, born London, Middlesex, resident with his mother, Adele M W Burnier, at 19, Carisbrooke Road, Hastings, Sussex. Buried in TINCOURT NEW BRITISH CEMETERY, Somme, France. Plot V. Row B. Grave 6. See also Eastbourne World War 1 Memorial
CARRACK Charles James

Private 49388, 22nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers (City Of London Regiment). Killed in action 17 February 1917. Born Pendleton, Manchester, resident Guildford, enlisted London. Son of James Masters Carrack, Clerk in Holy Orders, Curate of Lambeth. Formerly PS/165, Royal Fusiliers. Birth registered in the January to March Quarter 1894 in the Salford Registration District, Lancashire. Born 19 February 1894, in 1899 he was admitted to Lambeth Holy Trinity School (Infants), Tulse Hill, Surrey, son of James Masters (sic) Carrack, resident 7 Paradise Street, Lambeth, S.E.. In 1901 he was admitted to St Margaret's Technical Day School and Westminster City School, Westminster, Middlesex, son of James Master (sic) Carrack. IN the 1911 census he was aged 17, born Salford, Lancashire, resident with his parents, James Masters and Mary Frances Carrack, at Appleton, Roebuck Downs, Court Road, Purley, Coulsdon, Surrey. No known grave. Commemorated on THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Somme, France. Pier and Face 8 C 9 A and 16 A.

CAVE Walter Henry Charles
[College records him as Second Lieutenant and dying on 16 March] Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment. Killed in action 15 March 1915. Aged 20. Son of Charles Henry and Beatrice Julia Cave, of Sidbury Manor, Sidmouth, Devon. Baptised 1894 at, and resident in, Westbury on Trym, Gloucestershire, son of Charles Henry and Beatrice Julia Cave. In 1901 he was aged 6, born Clifton, Gloucestershire, resident with his parents at Mangotsfield, Gloucestershire. Buried in RAMPARTS CEMETERY, LILLE GATE, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Row D. Grave 28.

Extract from Bond of Sacrifice: Officers Died in the Great War 1914-1915, Volume 2, page 81:

LIEUTENANT WALTER HENRY CHARLES CAVE, 3rd (RESERVE) attd. 1st N. DORSETSHIRE REGIMENT, who was born at Clifton on the 15th March, 1895, was the second son of Charles Henry Cave, of Rodway Hill House, Mangotsfield, near Bristol, and a grandson of Sir Charles Cave, Bart. He was educated at Repton, leaving in August, 1914, with the intention of going to Cambridge in the following October. Having applied for a commission, he was gazetted to the Dorsetshire Regiment on the 15th August, joining at Weymouth, where he was stationed till the 18th February, 1915, when he was sent to the 1st Battalion in France. He was killed by a shell at Ypres on the 15th March, 1915 (his twentieth birthday), and was buried on the following day on the ramparts. A cross, with his name and regiment, has been placed at the head of his grave.

CHARLESWORTH William Henry
[1903] Major (Temporary), 6th Battalion, King’s Own (Yorkshire Light Infantry). Killed in action 15 September 1916. Son of Eva G. Hellins, of Marnhull Rectory, Sturminster Newton, Dorset. Educated Bromsgrove School. Buried in DELVILLE WOOD CEMETERY, LONGUEVAL, Somme, France. Plot XI. Row G. Grave 6. Also commemorated on a brass plaque at St. Gregory, Marnhull, Dorset.
CLAPTON Arthur
[1912] Second Lieutenant, 32nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers (City Of London Regiment). Killed in action 5 September 1916. Aged 23. Son of the Rev. Ernest Clapton and Margaret Jane Clapton, of The Orchard, Sherborne, Dorset. In the 1901 census he was aged 7, born Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, resident with his parents at Christ Church House, Ashford, West Ashford, Kent. IN the 1911 census he was aged 17, born Cheltenham, at school, resident with his parents at The Vicarage, Hatherden, Andover, Hampshire. No known grave. Commemorated on THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Somme, France. Pier and Face 8 C 9 A and 16 A.
COLES Edgar Ralph
[1907] Captain, 3rd Dragoon Guards (Prince of Wales' Own). Killed in action 12 May 1915. Aged 25. Son of Ernest Harry and Adela Caroline Coles, of "Arnolds," Holmwood, Dorking, Surrey. In the 1891 census he was aged 1, born Surrey, resident with his parents, Ernest Harry and Adela Caroline Coles, at Burntwood, Burntwood Lane, Caterham, Godstone, Surrey. In the 1911 census he was a Second Lieutenant, 3rd Dragoon Guards, unmarried, aged 21, born Holmwood, Surrey, resident Wellington Lines, Aldershot. No known grave. Commemorated on YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Panel 3.

Extract from Bond of Sacrifice: Officers Died in the Great War 1914-1915, Volume 2, page 97:

CAPTAIN EDGAR RALPH COLES, 3rd (PRINCE OF WALES'S) DRAGOON GUARDS, killed in action at the second Battle of Ypres on the 12th May, 1915, Was the second son of Ernest H. Coles and Adela C. Coles, of "Arnolds," Holmwood, Surrey. He was born on the 13th May. 1889, and was educated at Marlborough and Magdalene College, Cambridge. He entered the 3rd Dragoon Guards, as a University candidate, in August, 1910, his commission as 2nd Lieutenant being antedated to February, 1910.
He was promoted Lieutenant in March, 1911, and Captain in November, 1914. In August, 1914, his regiment was serving at Cairo, but shortly after war was declared it was ordered to the Continent for active service.
Captain Coles was mentioned in Sir John French's Despatch of the 14th January, 1915, for his gallant and distinguished service.

CRAWFORD Charles Noel
[1914] Second Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action 8 April 1916. Aged 20. Born at Northampton, baptised 4 January 1896 in Northampton, Northamptonshire, son of James Adair and Ethel Maud Crawford. Son of James Adair Crawford (Indian Civil Service), and Maud Crawford. Buried in ST. PATRICK'S CEMETERY, LOOS, Pas de Calais, France. Plot III. Row J. Grave 13.

Extract from De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour 1914-1918, Volume 3, page 71:

CRAWFORD, CHARLES NOEL, 2nd Lieut., 1st Battn. (48th Foot) The Northamptonshire Regt., s. of J. A. Crawford, late of the Indian Civil Service, by his wife, Maud, dau. of Colonel C. E. Foster, of Gullsborough, Northampton, and who formerly commanded the 2nd Battn. The Northamptonshire Regt. for many years ; b. Northampton, 23 Nov. 1805 ; educ. Haileybury, where he obtained a Scholarship for Magdalene College, Cambridge ; was gazetted 2nd Lieut. 10th Reserve Cavalry 12 Nov. 1914, with whom he trained for some time at Curragh Camp, later transferring to the Northamptonshire Regt. ; served with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders, and was killed in action near Loos 8 April, 1916. Buried in the Military Cemetery at Loos. Major Denis Tollemache wrote : "I am writing to offer you, on behalf of all his brother officers, our heartfelt sympathy, and to tell you how deeply we ourselves deplore the loss of so gallant and capable an officer. He had only lately joined us, but we had already found out his excellent qualities, and realized how lucky we were to get him. Everyone had taken to him at once. He was killed by a splinter from a German shell, in the firing line in front of Loos, on the night of the 8th Inst. He died almost immediately, and I think painlessly, for he was never conscious again. We buried him in the little military cemetery in Loos, and have put a wooden cross at the head of his grave. We miss hint exceedingly." Umn.

DENNIS John Neville
[1912] Lieutenant, 41st Company, Machine Gun Corps formerly 11th Battalion, Prince Of Wales's (North Staffordshire Regiment). Died 15 October 1917 of wounds received in action. Aged 22. Son of John Herbert and Florence Amy Dennis, of 6, Monica Rd., Wisbech, Cambs. Awarded the Military Cross (M.C.). In the 1901 census he was aged 6, born Wisbech, resident with his parents at Donna Nook, 6, Monica Road, Wisbech, Wisbech St Peter (Isle of Ely), Cambridgeshire. In the 1911 census he was aged 16, born Wisbech, at school, resident with his patrents at 6 Monica Road. Wisbech, Wisbech St Peter, Cambridgeshire. Buried in GODEWAERSVELDE BRITISH CEMETERY, Nord, France. Plot I. Row O. Grave 9. See also Wisbech Grammar School, Wisbech St Augustines and Wisbech

Extract from Supplement to the London Gazette, 7 March, 1918:

T./Lt. John Neville Dennis, M.G. Corps.
For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When the enemy attacked and reached his position, he went about in spite of heavy fire visiting his guns and encouraging his men regardless of his own safety. His splendid example contributed largely to the repulse of the enemy.

Memorials in Wisbech St Augustine:

DE SALIS Peter Fabin Fane
[Listed as J P F DE SALIS on memorial] Second Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion attached 2nd Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders. Died 22 January 1917. Aged 19. Son of William F. and Jeannette Fane De Salis, of The Limes, Laleham-on-Thames. Born at Gundagai, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in PERONNE COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION, Somme, France. Plot V. Row P. Grave 17.
DURRANT William Blencowe Wells
[1913] Second Lieutenant, 6th Battalion attached to "C" Comapny, 4th Battalion Rifle Brigade. Killed in action 9 May 1915. Aged 21. Son of the Hon. F. C. Wells Durrant and the late Gertrude Durrant, of Kingston, Jamaica. No known grave. Commemorated on PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL, Hainaut, Belgium. Panel 10. Also commemorated on St Mary Memorial, Melbury Bubb, Dorset.

Extract from De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour 1914-1918, Volume 1, page 120:

DURRANT, WILLIAM BLENCOWE WELLS, 2nd Lieut., 8th, attd. 4th, Battn. The Rifle Brigade, only s. of the Hon. Frederick Chester Wells Durrant, M.A., K.C., Attorney-General of the Bahamas, and Member of Executive and Legislative Councils of the Colony, by his wife, Gertrude, dau. of the late William Blencowe, of Brackley, Northants; b. Bath, co. Somerset, 8 May. 1894 ; educ. Beach Lawn, Leamington Spa ; Westminster (1908-13, King's Scholar); and Magdalene College (Exhibitioner), Cambridge. He joined the Cambridge O.T.C., Aug. 1914, and was gazetted to the 6th Battn. Rifle Brigade Nov. following, joining the 4th Battu. on active service in France, — March, 1915. and was killed in action at or near St. Blot between 8 and 11 May, 1915 ; Unm.

ESTCOURT Arthur Charles Sotheron
[1912] [Listed as SOTHERON-ESCOURT on CWGC] Lieutenant, Wiltshire Regiment and 8th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment. Captain, Trench Mortar Battery; Lieutenant (O), 5th Squadron, Royal Air Force. Died 8 August 1918. Aged 24. Son of the Rev. E. W. Sotheron-Estcourt, of "Windmill," Milford-on-Sea, Lymington, Hants. Scholar of Magdalene College, Cambridge. Gazetted September 1916. Awarded the Military Cross (M.C.). Buried in CAIX BRITISH CEMETERY, Somme, France. Plot I. Row A. Grave 18.

Extract from National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1919:

ESTCOURT Arthur Charles Sotheran of Newnton House near Tetbury Gloucestershire lieutenant R.A.F. M.C. died 8 August 1918 in France or Belgium Administration London 6 February to the reverend Edmund Walter Sotheran Estcourt clerk. Effects £3991 0s. 8d.

EVANS Llewellyn [Lewis] Meredith
Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. Killed as a result of an aeroplane accident 9 May 1919 flying Martynside DH4/DH9. Born 19 November 1897. Son of Rev. J. L Evans, of The Park. Brightlingse, Essex. Awarded the Air Force Cross (A.F.C.) [L.G. 3 June 1918]. In the 1911 census he was aged 13, born Brightingsea, Essex, a student, an inmate at Sparken Hill, Worksop, Nottinghamshire. Buried in SPRINGFIELD (HOLY TRINITY) CHURCHYARD, Essex. Also commemorated on All Saints & Cemetery memorial, Springfield, Essex.
FORD Alfred Winn
Second Lieutenant, 45th Battery, 42nd Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Killed in action 18 September 1918. Aged 18. Son of Benjamin Winn Ford and Lilian May Ford, of 27, Clavering Avenue, Barnes, London. Born at Southampton. Educated at Hurst Leigh Boys' School and St. Paul's School. Exhibitioner of Magdalene College, Cambridge. Awarded the Military Cross (M.C.). In the 1901 census he was aged 2, born Southampton, a grandson resident with his grandparents and mother at 242, Shirley Road, Shirley, South Stoneham, Hampshire. In the 1911 census he was aged 12, born Shirley Southampton, at school, resident with his parents at 56 Shirley Road, Southampton, Shirley, Hampshire. Buried in Buried at HERMIES HILL BRITISH CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France. Plot I. Row G. Grave 8.
GARNETT Ivan William
[1912] Second Lieutenant (Temporary), 6th Battalion, King’s (Shropshire Light Infantry). Killed in action 12 February 1916. Aged 23. Son of Charles James and Amy G. M. Garnett, of Seedley House, Leinwardine, Herefordshire. Native of Yorks. In the 1901 census he was aged 8, born Harrogate, Yorkshire, resident with his parents at 10, Chelsea End Gardens, Chelsea, London. Buried in WHITE HOUSE CEMETERY, ST. JEAN-LES-YPRES, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Plot III. Row Q. Grave 3.

Extract from De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour 1914-1918, Volume 2, page 130-131:

GARNETT, IVAN WILLIAM, 2nd Lieut., 6th (Service) Battn. The King's (Shropshire Light Infantry), elder s. of Charles James Garnett, late of Hollin Hall, co. York, by his wife, Amy Gertrude Morison (10, Embankment Gardens, Chelsea, S.W.), dau. of Major-General Green Emmott Rawdon ; b. Harrogate, 25 Nov. 1892 ; educ. Harrow, and Cambridge (B.A.) ; left Magdalene College, Cambridge. on the outbreak of war ; gazetted 2nd Lieut. 6th Shropshire Light Infantry 3 Oct. 1914 ; went to France, July, 1915, and was killed in action near Ypres, Flanders, 12 Feb. 1916. Buried there near the Comines Canal. His Colonel wrote : "Your son was killed whilst in a dug-out seeing to some of his wounded men. It must have been instantaneous ; no one was more gallant in my regiment. Loved by all, he was most popular ; possessed of a most charming disposition, we feel his loss most keenly." The Major also wrote : "We were waiting for news during a bombardment, and he was in a dug-out with some of the men when it was hit by big shells, and I believe the enemy got a set-back they did not expect ; and if the price is big to us, yet the effort has done some good at any rate, and is not fruitless." Unm.

GOODFORD Charles James Henry
Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, Hampshire Regiment. Killed in action 1 July 1916. Aged 20. Son of Henry Frank and Katharine Goodford, of 69, Frances Rd., Windsor. Awarded the Military Cross (M.C.). Educated Eton College, left 1914. In the 1901 census he was aged 5, born Datchet, Buckinghamshire, resident with his parents at 69, Frances Road, New Windsor, Windsor, Berkshire. Buried in SUCRERIE MILITARY CEMETERY, COLINCAMPS, Somme, France. Plot I. Row H. Grave 13. Also commemorated on St. James War Memorial, Chilton Cantelo, Somerset.
GRAY Anthony Frederick
[1911] Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, Cambridgeshire Regiment formerly Wiltshire Regiment. Killed in action 26 August 1918. Aged 26. Son of Arthur and Alice Honora Gray, of Masters' Lodge, Jesus College, Cambridge. Birth registered in the Cambridge Registration District July to September Quarter 1892. In the 1911 census he was aged 18, a boarder in School House, born Cambridge and resident Chigwell School, Woodford Green, Essex. In the 1901 census he was aged 8, born Cambridgeshire, resident with his father at Jesus College Grove, Jesus Lane, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. Buried in RIBEMONT COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION, SOMME, Somme, France. Plot I. Row K. Grave 7. See also Cambridge All Saints,Cambridge St Giles and Cambridge Guildhall
HALL Harold
[1913] Second Lieutenant (Temporary), "D" Company, 7th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. Killed in action 15 February 1916. Aged 20. Son of Albert Frank and Clara Hall, of Keith House, King's Rd., Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex. Scholar, Magdalene College, Cambridge. No known grave. Commemorated on YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Panel 21.
HARRISON George Herbert
[1914] Second Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion attached to 1st Battalion, The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Died 21 August 1916 of wounds received in action. Aged 20. Son of Major William Harrison (late 11th Hussars), of West Hill, Stalybridge, Cheshire. Awarded the Military Cross (M.C.). Buried in HEILLY STATION CEMETERY, MERICOURT-L'ABBE, Somme, France. Plot III. Row C. Grave 21.
HARTER James Collier Foster
[1908] Second Lieutenant, Nottinghamshire Yeomanry (Sherwood Rangers) and Reserve Regiment of Cavalry. Killed in action 28 November 1917. Aged 28. Son of Mrs. Foster Harter, of Salperton Park, Haselton, Glos., and the late George Loyd Foster Harter. Born Grosvenor Street, London, 24 May 1889, baptised 10 July 1889 in St James, Piccadilly, Middlesex, son of George Loyd Foster and Frances Geraldine Harter. In the 1901 census he is aged 1, born Grosvenor Street, London, a pupil, at Preprietory School, Hadley Common, Monken Hadley, New Barnet, Middlesex. Buried in RAMLEH WAR CEMETERY, Israel and Palestine (including Gaza). Section Q. Grave 10.
HARVEY Robert Valentine
[1891] Captain, 7th Battalion, Canadian Infantry (British Columbia Regiment), C.E.F. Died in Germany 8 May 1915 of wounds received in action near Ypres 24 April 1915 at Res Larazette, Germany; wounded through the lungs on 22 April 1915. Aged 43. Born 29 August 1876 in Liverpool. Son of John Harvey, of Liverpool; brother of Edward G Harvey, of Western Drive, Grassendale, Liverpool. Schoolmaster by trade. Unmarried. Attested 23 Se[ptember 1914 at Valcartier, Canada, aged 38 years, height 5 feet 5½ inches, chest 33 inches, fair complexion, brown eyes, brown hair, religious denomination Church of England. . Buried in NIEDERZWEHREN CEMETERY, KASSEL, Hessen, Germany. Plot VII. Row A. Grave 12. National Archives of Canada Accession Reference: RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 4138 - 41
HEPBURN Malcolm Arnold
[1910] Second Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, the Duke of Albany's). Killed in action 30 November 1914. In the 1901 census he was aged 9, born Hampstead, Middlesex, resident with his parents, William A and Mary E Hepburn, at 13, Well Walk, Hampstead, London, Middlesex. Buried in BERKS CEMETERY EXTENSION, Hainaut, Belgium. Plot III. Row D. Grave 8.

Extract from Bond of Sacrifice: Officers Died in the Great War 1914-1915, Volume 1, page 236-237:

2nd LIEUTENANT MALCOLM ARNOLD HEPBURN, 2nd BATTN. SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS (ROSS-SHIRE BUFFS THE DUKE OF ALBANY'S); was born at Hampstead, London, on the 8th January, 1892, and was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Hepburn, of 13, Well Walk, Hampstead. His elder brother, Captain W. D. Hepburn, now Adjutant 5th Battalion loyal Scots (Queen's Edinburgh Rifles), is also in the Seaforth Highlanders.

2nd Lieutenant Hepburn was educated at Heddon Court Preparatory School, Hampstead, whence he obtained a scholarship at Malvern College in 1905. Subsequently he obtained a Classical Exhibition at Magdalene College, Cambridge, where he rowed in the College Lent boat in 1911 ; was in the College Tennis VI ; and won his colours for Association football. He joined the Reserve of Officers in the spring of 1913, and did his special training with the 2nd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders, to which he was afterwards gazetted, and with which he was serving in France when killed. He was shot while superintending sapping operations in trenches near Messines on the 30th November, 1914, and was buried in Ploegsteert Wood.

Extract from De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour 1914-1918, Volume 2, page 165:

HEPBURN, MALCOLM ARNOLD, 2nd Lieut., 2nd Battn. (78th Foot) Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, The Duke of Albany's) ; b. Hampstead, London, N., 8 Jan. 1892 ; educ. Heddon Court Preparatory School, Hampstead, and Magdalene College, Cambridge ; gazetted 2nd Lieut. Special Reserve 29 Jan. 1913 ; subsequently being appointed to the 2nd Battn. Seaforth Highlanders ; served with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders, and was killed in action near Messines 30 Nov. 1914. Buried in Ploegsteert Wood.

HEPBURN Roger Paul
[1911] Second Lieutenant (Temporary), 30th Division Signal Company, Royal Engineers attached to 21st Infantry Brigade. Died 3 August 1917 of wounds received in action. Aged 24. Son of Sir Henry and Lady Hepburn, of Bradninch, Devon. Awarded the Military Cross (M.C.). In the 1901 census he was aged 7, born Bradninch, Devon, resident with his brother John Patrick Hepburn, at Dunmore, West End, Bradninch, Tiverton, Devon. In the 1911 census he was aged 17, a school boarder at Rugby School, born Bradninch, Devon, resident 10 Hillmorton Road Rugby, Warwickshire. Became temporary Second Lieutenant 26 August 1914. Buried in LIJSSENTHOEK MILITARY CEMETERY, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Plot XV. Row A. Grave 5.
HILL Beresford Winnington
[1911] Lieutenant (Temporary), 10th Battalion, Rifle Brigade and 59th Squadron, Royal Flying Corps. Killed in action 4 March 1917. Aged 24. Son of Thomas and Florence Herbert Hill, of East View, Uxbridge, Middx. Born at Ewell, Surrey. Scholar of Magdalene College, Cambridge. Gazetted to 10th Battalion. The Rifle Brigade August, 1914. Previously wounded October, 1915. Joined R.F.C. in 1916. Buried in BERLES NEW MILITARY CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France. Plot I. Row A. Grave 7.

Extract from De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour 1914-1918, Volume 3, page 138:

HILL, BERESFORD WINNINGTON, R.F.C., only s. of Thomas of East View, Uxbridge, by his wife, Florence Herbert, dau. of Rear-Admiral Herbert Frederick Winnington-Ingram ; b. Ewell, co. Surrey, 27 May, 1892 ; educ. Mr. Worsley's, Evelyn, Hillingdon; Malvern College (Scholar), where he was a member of the O.T.C., and shot at Insley in 1911, and Magdalene College, Cambridge (Classical Scholar), where he was a member of the O.T.C., and graduated B.A. In 1914 ; was gazetted 2nd Lieut. 10th Battn. The Rifle Brigade 22 Sept. 1914 ; served with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders from July, 1915 ; was wounded at Fleurbaix 19 Oct. following, and on recovery transferred to the R.F.C., being for a time Pilot Instructor at various aerodromes in England ; was promoted Lieut. 3 March, 1917 ; returned to France in Feb. 1917, and was killed in aerial action near Arras 4 March following, while fighting against four hostile aeroplanes, which attacked him as he was returning from photographing the German lines: Buried in the Military Cemetery at Berles-au-Bois ; unm.

HILL Mark Carr
[1913] Lieutenant, 6th Battalion, Leicestershire Regiment. Killed in action 17 July 1916 [College records] or 14 July 1916 [CWGC]. Aged 22. Born 11 April 1894. Son of Mary M. Hill, of Sylvan Mount, Upper Norwood, London, and the late Alexander Hill, M.E., M.I.C.E. Educated at Gresham's School, Holt, Norfolk, and Magdalene College, Cambridge. Promoted Second Lieutenant 26 August 1914 until 19 October 1914, promoted Temporary Lieutenant 20 October 1914, to Leciestershire Regiment 4 April 1916. Admitted to Queen Alexandra's Military Hospital at Millbank with gunshot wounds to the right knee 9 November 1915 and discharged 25 November 1915. In the 1901 census he was aged 6, born Spain, resident with his parents, Alexander and Mary M R Hill, at Merrylee, Green Lane, Northwood, Ruislip, Uxbridge, Middlesex. No known grave. Commemorated on THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Somme, France. Pier and Face 2 C and 3 A.
JOHNS Bradley Cooper
[1899] Second Lieutenant, 43rd Anti Aircraft Company, Royal Garrison Artillery. Died 22 October 1918 of pneumonia. Aged 38. Born 15 October 1880. Son of the Rev. Thomas Johns and Mary Bradley Johns, of Cwmavon, Glam; husband of Florence Marguerite Johns (nee Hedges), of "Mainfield," York Rd., St. Albans, married 1909. In the 1881 census he was aged under one, born Glamorgan, Wales, resident with his parents, Thomas and Mary Bradley Johns, at 10, Michaelstone Terrace, Lower Michaelstone, Neath, Glamorganshire. Admiited to Rhiwderin School (Infants) School, Rhiwderin, Monmouthshire, in 1887. In the 1891 census he was aged 10, a pupil, student, born Glamorgan, Wales, resident St. John's Foundation School, Leatherhead, Surrey. Buried in BROOMFIELD (ST. MARY) CHURCHYARD, Essex.
KELK Arthur Frederick Hastings
[1910] Second Lieutenant (Temporary), 14th Battalion, Welsh Regiment. Killed in action 9 March 1917. Aged 25. Son of Arthur Hastings Kelk and Bessie Grace Kelk, of Goldsborough Rectory, Knaresborough, Yorks. B.A. Magdalene College, Cambridge. Awarded the Military Cross (M.C.). In the 1901 census he was aged 9, a boarder, born Palestine, resident The Mount School, Northallerton, Yorkshire. In the 1911 census he was aged 19, a student, born Beyont, Syria, resident with his parents, Arthur Hastings and Bessie Grace Kelk, at St Margarets Parsonage, Cardigan Road, Burley, Leeds, Yorkshire. Buried in BARD COTTAGE CEMETERY, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Plot II. Row A. Grave 4.
KEMP Norman
[-] Second Lieutenant, 5th Battalion (Territorial), Lancashire Fusiliers. Killed in action 9 September 1916. Aged 21. Son of the Rev. Canon R. Lavers Kemp, M.A., and Mrs. Lavers Kemp, of The Rectory, West Didsbury, Manchester. In the 1901 census he was aged 8, born Oldham, Lancashire. resident with his parents, Richard L and Emily M Kemp, at St Pauls Schools, Egerton Road, Blackpool, Fylde, Lancashire. No known grave. Commemorated on THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Somme, France. Pier and Face 3 C and 3 D.
KNUBLEY Robert Leavitt
[1906] Lieutenant Acting Captain, 3rd Battalion, Duke Of Edinburgh's (Wiltshire Regiment). Died 9 July 1916 of wounds received in action. Aged 28. Born 24 February 1888, baptised 29 April 1888, in Staveley, Yorkshire, son of Edward Ponsonby and Josephina Antoinetta Knubley. Son of Rev. Canon Edward Ponsonby and Josephine Antoinette Knubley, of Steeple Ashton Vicarage, Wilts. Born at Staveley Rectory, Yorks. Awarded the Military Cross (M.C.). Mentioned in Despatches.In the 18901 census he was aged 13, a pupil, boarder, born Staveley, Yorkshire, resident King's College, South Road, Taunton St Mary Magdalen Within, Somerset. Buried in WARLOY-BAILLON COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION, Somme, France. Plot I. Row D. Grave 2.
LANE John Elston
[1915] Second Lieutenant, "B" Company, 4th Battalion (Territorial) attached 7th Battalion, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment). Killed in action 3 May 1917. Aged 20. Son of Mrs. W. Wolstenholme (formerly Lane), of West Hartlepool, Co. Durham, and the late Charles Sherriff Lane. Educated at Masonic School, Bushey, Herts, and Magdalene College, Cambridge. Birth register in 1896 in Stockton, Durham, registration District. In the 1901 census he was aged 4, born Eaglescliffe, Durham, resident with his parents, Charles Sherriffe and Frances Ella Lane, in Albert Road, Egglescliffe, Stockton, Durham. In the 1911 census he was aged 14, a pupil at school, born Eaglescliffe, Durham, resident as a boarder at Royal Masonic School for Boys, The Avenue, Bushey, Hertfordshire. No known grave. Commemorated on ARRAS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Bay 2.
LEACH Gerald Kemball
[1902] Lieutenant (Temporary), 6th Battalion, Border Regiment. Killed in action in Gallipoli 10 August 1915. Aged 32. Son of Arthur Francis and Emily Archer Leach, of 34, Elm Park Gardens, West Brompton, London. Assistant in Chinese Maritime Customs. In the 1891 census he was aged 7, born London, resident with his parents, Arthur F and Emily A Leach, at Elm Park Gardens, Chelsea, London. In the 1901 census he was aged 17, a student, pupil, born London, resident Bradfield College, Bradfield, Berkshire. No known grave. Commemorated on HELLES MEMORIAL, Turkey (including Gallipoli). Panel 120 to 126 or 222 and 223.

Extract from De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour 1914-1918, Volume 1, page 221:

LEACH, GERALD KEMBALL, Lieut., 6th (Service) Battn. Border Regt. ; 2nd s. of the late Arthur Francis Leach, of 34, Elm Park Gardens, London, S.W., Charity Commissioner, by his wife, Emily Archer, dau. of S. Kemball Cook ; b. London, 10 Aug. 1883 ; educ. Ashdown House, Forest Row, Sussex, from which he obtained a scholarship at Bradfield College, where he was senior Prefect and Captain of the Association Football Team, afterwards gaining an exhibition at Magdalene College, Cambridge, where he rowed in the College boat; was in the Association Football and Cricket teams, and became a Lieut. in the University O.T.C. He was appointed an assistant in the Chinese Maritime Customs in 1904, and was quartered successively at Chefoo, Wuhu, Peking, Hankow, and Changsha. He resigned his appointment in Jan. 1915, in order to return home and join the army and was gazetted 2nd Lieut. 6th Border Regt., 1 March, 1915 ; left for the Dardanelles with the 11th (Northern) Division, 1 July following, and was killed in action at Suvla Bay, Gallipoli, on 10 Aug., during the operations which followed the landing on the 6th and 7th ; unm.

LINDLEY John Bennett
[-] Second Lieutenant, "V" No. 2. Heavy Trench Mortar Battery, Royal Field Artillery. Died of wounds 19 May 1917. Aged 20. Baptised 21 May 1897 at St. John, Altrincham, Cheshire, son of Herbert and Harriet Alexandria Lindley. Son of Herbert and Hetty Lindley, of Meregarth, Windermere. In the 1901 census he was aged 3, born Barton, Lancashire, resident with his parents at Dumplington Hall, Redclyffe Road, Barton, Davyhulme, Barton upon Irwell, Lancashire. In the 1911 census he was aged 13, born Barton on Jewell, Lancashire, resident with his parents at Peartree Cottage, Olfield Lane, Dunham Massey, Cheshire. Buried in ROCLINCOURT VALLEY CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France. Plot I. Row D. Grave 15.
LLOYD Meyricke Entwisle
[1898] Captain, 1st Battalion, Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Killed in action 24 October 1914. Aged 34. Born December 1879. Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lloyd, of Pitsford Hall, Northampton; husband of Elizabeth G. Lloyd, of Rose Hill, Ruabon, Denbighshire. Admitted to Rhosymedre CP School, Rhosymedre, Denbighshire, 1886. Educated Eton College, left 1896. No known grave. Commemorated on YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Panel 22.
LONG Frederick Edward
[1911] Captain (Temporary), 11th Battalion [CWGC] or 1st [SDGW], Kings (Liverpool Regiment) formerly Private, Hampshire Regiment (medal card states Royal Sussex Regiment). Killed in action at Hooge 24 August 1917. Aged 25. Son of Walter Stilwell Long and Henrietta Long, of Moorlands, Hyde, Fordingbridge, Hants. He was the first to sign on as a "Tommy" in Fordingbridge, in the 7th Hants. Awarded the Military Cross (M.C.). Buried in THE HUTS CEMETERY , West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Plot III. Row B. Grave 9.
MACFADYEN John Dennis Goulty
[-] Lieutenant (temporary), 1st Battalion, Tank Corps. Died 8 August 1918. Aged 20. Son of Dugald Macfadyen, of "Bramble Bank," Alington Lane, Letchworth, Herts, and the late Olivia Macfadyen. Educated at Highgate and Rossall Schools: obtained open scholarship in History at Magdalen College, Cambridge. Awarded the Military Cross (M.C.).In the 1911 census he was aged 13, born Hanley, Staffordshire, at school, resident with his parents at 35 Jackson's Lane, Highgate, Hornsey, Middlesex. Buried in HOURGES ORCHARD CEMETERY, DOMART-SUR-LA-LUCE, Somme, France. Row A. Grave 81.
MORGAN Henry Richard
[1905] Lieutenant, Duke of Lancaster’s Own Yeomanry and F.F.C.; attached to 7th Squadron, Royal Flying Corps. Killed in action 8 November 1917. Aged 28. Son of Ebenezer Richard and Elizabeth E. Morgan. Buried in MENDINGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Plot III. Row AA. Grave 32.
MORLEY Marmaduke Robert Hood
[1913] Lieutenant (Temporary), 8th Battalion, King’s Own (Yorkshire Light Infantry). Killed in action at Ovillers 1 July 1916. Aged 22. Son of Alfred Noel and Jessie M. I. Morley, of Lychwood, Worplesdon Hill, Woking, Surrey. In the 1901 census he was aged 6, born London, Middlesex, resident with his parents Alfred N and Jessie M J Morley, at Park Gate House, Knebworth Road, Knebworth, Hitchin, Hertfordshire. Buried at BLIGHTY VALLEY CEMETERY, AUTHUILLE WOOD, Somme, France. Plot V. Row J. Grave 22.
MORRIS John Child
[1911] Lieutenant (Temporary), 8th Battalion, Welsh Regiment. Killed in action in Gallipoli 8 August 1915. Aged 23. Son of Robert and Maria Morris, of Five Oaks, Billingshurst, Horsham, Sussex. B.A. (Cantab.). Baptised 21 February 1892, aged 1 month 9 days, at Slinfold, Sussex. In the 1901 census he was aged 9, born Billinghurst, Sussex, resident with his parents at Five Oaks, Billingshurst, Sussex. In the 1911 census he was aged 19, born Billinghurst, Sussex, at school, resident with his parents at Five Oaks, Billingshurst, Sussex. No known grave. Commemorated on HELLES MEMORIAL, Turkey (including Gallipoli). Panel 140 to 144. See also Billinghurst, Sussex
MUSGRAVE Thomas aka Tom
[1908] Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, Irish Guards. Killed in action 6 February 1915. Mentioned in Despatches. Buried in CUINCHY COMMUNAL CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France. Plot II. Row B. Grave 33.
NASH George
[1909] Second Lieutenant, 6th Battalion attached to 3rd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Died 29 June 1915 of wounds received in action. In the 1891 census he was aged less than one, born Worcestershire, resident with his parents, Richard S and Edith Nash, at The Noak, Hill Side, Martley, Worcestershire. In the 1911 census he was aged 20, born Martley, Worcestershire, Undergraduate Magdalene College Cambridge, resident with his parents Richa4rd Slade and Edit Nash, at The Noak Martley Worcester, Martley, Worcestershire. Buried North-East of the Church in MARTLEY (ST. PETER) CHURCHYARD, Worcestershire.

Extract from Bond of Sacrifice: Officers Died in the Great War 1914-1915, Volume 2, page 344:

2nd LIEUTENANT GEORGE NASH, 6th (RESERVE) attd. 2nd BATTN. THE WORCESTERSHIRE REGIMENT, was the eldest son of Richard Slade and Edith Nash, of The Noak, Martley, Worcestershire, and a grandson of the Rev. Maurice Day, late Headmaster of Worcester Cathedral School. He was also related to the historian, Thomas Nash.

2nd Lieutenant Nash was born at The Noak, Martley, on the 6th September, 1890, and was educated at the Cathedral School, Worcester, where he spent four years. Afterwards he went on to Repton. He won a History Scholarship at Magdalen College, Cambridge, and took Second Class Honours in the History Tripos, and when the war with Germany broke out he was at Cuddesdon Theological College, preparing to take Holy Orders.

Mr. Nash applied for a commission shortly after the declaration of war, and in January, 1915, he was gazetted 2nd Lieutenant in the Reserve Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. For active service he was attached to the 3rd Battalion of his regiment, and he left for the front in April. He was severely wounded at Hooge on the 11th June, 1915, and died from the effects in a Military Hospital at Boulogne on the 29th of that month. He was buried in Martley Churchyard.

2nd Lieutenant George Nash's younger brother, 2nd Lieutenant James Nash, East Surrey Regiment, was killed in action on the 2nd April, 1915.

ONSLOW Thomas J aka Tom
[-] Second Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion attached to 5th Battalion, King’s (Shropshire Light Infantry). Killed in action 6 January 1917. Aged 19. Son of Matthew Richard S. and Fanny H. Onslow, of Stoke Edith Rectory, Hereford. In the 1901 census he is aged 3, born Peterchurch, Herefordshire, resident with his parents, Matthew R S and Fanny H Onslow, at Bedstone Rectory, The Village, Bedstone, Shropshire. In the 1911 census he was aged 13, born Peterchurch, Herefordshire, resident Millmead, Sutton Road, St Giles, Shrewsbury. at school, Buried in AGNY MILITARY CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France. Row F. Grave 20.
ORME Francis Reginald
[1911] Second Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Killed in action 7 November 1914. Aged 23. Son of F. H. and Mary Orme. Birth registered in 1892 in Oldham, Lancashire. In the 1901 census he was aged 8, born Oldham, Lancashire, resident with his parents, Francis F and Mary M orme, at One Oak, Alderley Edge, Macclesfield, Cheshire. In the 1911 census he was aged 18, born Oldham, Lancashire, student at school, resident with his sister, Nellie, at One Oak, Alderley Edge, Cheshire. No known grave. Commemorated on YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Panel 22.
PHILLIPPS Reginald William
[1914] Second Lieutenant, King's Company, 1st Battalion, Grenadier Guards and Special Reserve. Killed in action 26 October 1915. Aged 19. Son of Mr. W. W. G. and Mrs. F. M. Phillipps, of Berwick House, Berwick, Shrewsbury. Educated at St. Vincents, Eastbourne. Eton and Magdalene College, Cambridge. In the 1901 census he was aged 4, born Berwick, Shropshire, living on own means, resident with his parents, W G and Florence M Phillipps, at Berwick House, Berwick, Shrewsbury St Alkmond, Atcham, Shropshire. In the 1911 census he was aged 14, born Shrewsbury, hropshire, a student, boarder, resident at Eton College, eton, Buckinghamshire. Buried in VERMELLES BRITISH CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France. Plot I. Row J. Grave 3.
REEVES Victor Charles Methuen
[1906] Major, 1st/1st Battalion, Dorset Yeomanry (Queen's Own). Killed in action in Egypt 26 February 1916. Aged 29. Son of Edward and Kate Reeves; husband of Cherry Georgina Reeves, of Castle Kevin, Mallow, Co. Cork. Mentioned in Despatches. In the 1911 census he was aged 24, born St Luke Parish, Co, Cork, Ireland, living on private means, living with his widowed aunt, Barbara Pripha Ann McCall, at Chetnole, Sherborne, Dorset. Buried in ALEXANDRIA (CHATBY) MILITARY AND WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY, Egypt. Section G. Grave 36. Also commemorated on St Peter War Memorial, Chetnote, Dorset.

Extract from De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour 1914-1918, Volume 2, page 259:

REEVES, VICTOR CHARLES METHUEN, Major, Dorset (Queen's Own) Yeomanry (T.F.), yst. s. of the late Edward Hoare Reeves, by his wife, Kate (Castle Kevin, Mallow, co. Cork), dau. of the late William Wrixon Leycester, of Ennismore, co. Cork ; b. Ennismore, co. Cork, 30 Nov. 1886 ; educ. Cheam ; Cheltenham College, and Cambridge University ; gazetted 2nd Lieut. Dorset Yeomanry, 1 April, 1906, Lieut. 1907, and Capt. 4 Oct. 1913 ; whilst at Cambridge he was first in the foils and sabre contests against Oxford ; went to Egypt with his regiment in April, 1915 ; killed in action 26 Feb. 1916, whilst leading his squadron against the Senussi tribe at the Battle of Agagia, on the Western frontier of Egypt. Buried on the battlefield. He was mentioned in General Sir John Maxwell's Despatch [London Gazette, 21 June, 1916], for "gallant and distinguished service in the field." His Colonel wrote : " He was my right-hand man throughout that hard-fought day ; always cool and collected, always in the right place, and always inspiring his men. He was perfectly splendid. In the charge he led his men magnificently, and the blow his squadron struck their section of the line was due to his leading. Throughout the day his absolutely perfect handling of his men was worthy of all praise, and he had worked them up to a high pitch of excellence." He m. at Christ Church, Rushbrook, Queenstown, 19 June, 1912, Cherry Georgina (Leitrim House, Kilworth, co. Cork), yst. dau. of the late James Carnegie Slice, of Ballyreddin, co. Kilkenny ; s.p.

RITSON Francis
[1909] Captain, "A" Company, 5th Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment. Killed in action 17 June 1917. Aged 26. Baptised 2 November 1890 at Bishop-Wearmouth, Durham. Son of Frank William and Eveline Ritson, of Sunderland; husband of Margaret Ann Ritson, of Curlditch, Gittisham, Honiton, Devon. In the 1891 census he was aged under one year, born Durham, resident with his grandmother, Hannah Doxford, and his parents, Frank William and Evelyn Ritson, at Grange Crescent, Bishop Wearmouth, Chester Le Street, Durham. In the 1911 census he was aged 20, born Durham, a student, resident with his sister, Evelyn, at Jasmine House, Sandsend, Whitby, Lythe, Yorkshire. Buried in TORREKEN FARM CEMETERY NO. 1, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Row A. Grave 4.
SCUDAMORE Robert Capel
[-] Captain, 8th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers and Royal Flying Corps. Killed in action 26 February 1918 [College states 11 March 1918]. Aged 23. Born 31 January 1895. Son of Capel and Robina Peace Scudamore. Awarded the Military Cross (M.C.). Mentioned in Despatches 20 May 1918. In the 1901 census he was aged 6, born Middlesex, resident with his parents at 87, Wood Lane, Hammersmith, Fulham, London. In the 1911 census he was aged 16, born Shepherds Bush, London, school boy, resident with his parents, Capel and Robina Peace Scudamore, at 31 Ashchurch Park Villas, Shepherds Bush W, Hammersmith, London. Promoted Captain 27 October 1917 [London Gazette 9 November 1917]. Buried in CHARMES MILITARY CEMETERY, ESSEGNEY, Vosges, France. Plot I. Row G. Grave 11. Also commemorated on South Western Polytechnic Memorial, Manresa Road, Chelsea.
SHAW John R
[1886] Lieutenant-Colonel, King’s Own (Yorkshire Light Infantry). Died 5 November 1916. Aged 49. Educated Eton College, left 1884. Death recorded in Leeds Registration District, Yorkshire. Appears to have died outside of service.
SMITH Allison Gould
[1909] Captain, 7th Battalion, The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Killed in action 18 April 1918. Aged 27. Baptised 4 January 1891 in Horbling, Lincolnshire. Son of George and Helen Phyllis Smith, of Horbling, Billingborough, Lincs. Educated at Winchester College and Magdalene College, Cambridge. Awarded the Military Cross (M.C.). In the 1891 census he was aged less than 1 year, born Lincolnshire, resident with his parents, George aqnd Ellen P Smith, at Horbling, Bourn, Lincolnshire. In the 1901 census he was aged 10, born Horbling, Lincolnshire, resident with his parents at Sunnyside, Horbling, Bourn, Lincolnshire. In the 1911 census he was aged 20, born Horbling Lincolnshire, a student, resident with his uncle, John Neve Allison, at Belmeath 28 Dorset Road, Bexhill, Sussex. Promoted Temporary Second Lieutenant 12 September 1914. No known grave. Commemorated on LOOS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Panel 89 to 91.
STERN Leonard Herman
[1910] Second Lieutenant, 13th Kensington Battalion, London Regiment (Kensington Battalion) Killed in action 9 May 1915. Aged 23. Son of Joseph Frederick and Joan R. Stern, of Synagogue House, Stepney, London. Scholar of Magdalene College, Cambridge. B.A. (Cantab.). In the 1901 census he was aged 9, born Mile End, Middlesex, resident with his parents, Joseph F and Ramat Stern, at 7, Belsize Terrace, Hampstead, London. In the 1911 census he was aged 19, a student. born Stepney, London, resident Elles Cottage, Ballinger, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire. No known grave. Commemorated on PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL, Hainaut, Belgium. Panel 10.

Extract from Bond of Sacrifice: Officers Died in the Great War 1914-1915, Volume 2, page 473-474:

2nd LIEUTENANT LEONARD HERMAN STERN, 13th (COUNTY OF LONDON) PRINCESS LOUISE'S KENSINGTON BATTN. THE LONDON REGIMENT, T.F., born at Synagogue House, Stepney, on the 13th September, 1891, was the elder son of the Rev. J. F. Stern, Minister of the East London Synagogue, Stepney. He was educated at Holly Hill Preparatory School, and University College School, Hampstead ; proceeding to Cambridge in 1910 as an Exhibitioner in Classics of Magdalene College, he was elected a Scholar of his college in the following year, also holding the Cambridge Jewish Exhibition. He took his B.A. degree with a 1st Class in the Honours Classical Tripos in 1913, and the following year took a 2nd Class in the History Tripos. At Cambridge he was a Serjeant in the O.T.C., and gained his Football Colours in 1912. After his college career be became an East End social worker, Manager of the Stepney Jewish and the Oxford and St. George's Working Lads' Clubs, and Scoutmaster of the 7th Stepney Troop of Boy Scouts.

On the outbreak of the War he co-operated with other Toynbee Hall Workers in the organisation of the East London Scouts for public service in the Metropolis, and finally enlisted in the 13th (Kensington) Battalion of the London Regiment, with a number of lads of his troop, and soon became a Serjeant of his Company. He received his commission in that Regiment in February, 1915, and left for France in March, 1915.

He was killed on the 9th May at Fromelles, Flanders, while in charge of a bombing party, on his way to report to his Captain, after successfully carrying out a difficult operation entrusted to him. His Colonel, Colonel F. E. Lewis, wrote of him : " He fell gallantly. He had a dangerous job but he went through with it, setting a fine example to his men. I grieve to think it cost him his life." A memorial service was held at the East London Synagogue, Stepney, on Sunday, the 30th May, 1915.

TOLLEMACHE John Eadred
[1911] Lieutenant, 6th Battalion attached to 8th Battalion, The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment). Killed in action 21 August 1916. Aged 24. Son of Mr. L.F.C.E. and Mrs. H.H.D Tollemache, of 24, Selwyn Rd., Eastbourne. B.A. Magdalen College, Cambridge. In the 1901 census he was aged 8, born Eastbourne, Sussex, resident with his parents at 24, Selwyn Road, Eastbourne, Sussex. In the 1911 census he was aged 18, born Eastbourne, at school, resident with his parents, Lionel Felix Cartered Eugene and Hersilia Henrietta Diana Tollemache, at 24 Selwyn Road, Eastbourne, Sussex. Buried in CITADEL NEW MILITARY CEMETERY, FRICOURT, Somme, France, Plot II. Row C. Grave 16. See also Eastbourne
TONKING David Wilson
[1909] [College records state Private, Royal Fusiliers, Second Lieutenant, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry and Captain, Royal Warwickshire Regiment.] Second Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry attached 10th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Died 29 May 1917 of wounds received in action. Aged 24. Son of John H. and Martha Janet Tonking, of Trevu, Camborne, Cornwall. Birth registered in the January to March Quarter 1892 in Redruth Registration District, Cornwall. Buried in BAILLEUL COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION, NORD, Nord, France. Plot III. Row B. Grave 67.
WALKER George Stafford
[1910] Lieutenant, "B" Battery, 79th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Died 20 November 1917 of wounds received in action. Aged 25. Born St. Andrew's, Watford, baptised 22 November 1892 at Watford, St Andrew, Hertfordshire. Son of Archibald Stafford Walker; husband of M. S. Blakeslee (formerly Walker), of 60, South Audley St., Mayfair, London. Buried in ST. SEVER CEMETERY, ROUEN, Seine-Maritime, France. Officers, Plot B. Row 1. Grave 21.
WALMESLEY Richard
[1908] Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion attached to 2nd Battalion, Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regiment). Killed in action 23 October 1914. Aged 23. Son of John Walmesley, of Lucknam, Chippenham, Wilts. Buried in AEROPLANE CEMETERY, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Plot I. Row E. Grave 15.

Extract from Bond of Sacrifice: Officers Died in the Great War 1914-1915, Volume 1, page 426:

LIEUTENANT RICHARD WALMESLEY, 3rd (attd. 2nd) BATTN. ALEXANDRA, PRINCESS OF WALES'S OWN (YORKSHIRE REGT.), was born on the 21st November, 1890, in London. He was the son of John Walmesley, Esq., of The Hall of Ince, Lancashire, and of Lucknam, Chippenham, Wilts, and the grandson of the late Colonel B. B. Haworth-Booth of Haworth Hall, Hull, and, Rolston Hall, Hornsea, Yorks.

Lieutenant Walmesley was educated at Eton and Magdalene College, Cambridge. He was gazetted to the 3rd (Special Reserve) Battalion of the Yorkshire Regiment on the 13th August, 1910, being promoted Lieutenant in May, 1912; in August, 1914, he was attached to the 2nd Battalion, and proceeded with it early in October to Belgium, landing at Zeebrugge, thence marching to the defence of Ypres.

He was killed instantaneously by a sniper (being one of the first of the regiment to fall) in a trench on the 21st October, and was buried next day close to where he fell, about six or eight miles from Ypres. He had shown much courage in action, and was much beloved by his men, of whom he had proved a great leader. He was devoted to horses and hunting. In the winter of 1912-13 he had been Master of the Cambridgeshire Harriers, and hunted with the Quorn, Belvoir, and the Cottesmore, 1913-14, where he was one of the hardest and most fearless riders. He was unmarried.

Extract from De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour 1914-1918, Volume 1, page 365:

WALMESLEY, RICHARD, Lieut., attd. 2nd Battn. Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regt., only s. of John Walmesley, of Lucknam, co. Wilts, and the Hall of Ince, co. Lancaster ; b. London, W., 21 Nov. 1890 ; educ. Eton and Magdalene College, Cambridge gazetted 2nd Lieut. to the 3rd (Reserve Battn.) Yorkshire Regt. 13 Aug. 1910, and promoted Lieut. 1 May, 1912 ; was posted on the outbreak of war to the 2nd Battn. ; went to France early in Oct. 1914, and was killed in action about the 21st of the same month, near Ypres. He was shot through the head, death being instantaneous and was the first of his regt. to fall. Lieut. Walmesley is described as a thorough soldier whom his men would have followed anywhere. He was also a keen sportsman and a well-known and fearless rider to hounds. He was Master of the Cambridge Harriers, 1912-13, and hunted with the Quorn, the Belvoir, and the Cottesmore, during the winter of 1913-14.

WATSON Charles Beaumont
[1913] Second Lieutenant, South Staffordshire Regiment and Lieutenant, 21st Battalion, Machine Gun Corps. Died 12 July 1918 of wounds received in action. Aged 23. Son of the late Stephen Beaumont Watson and Alice Maria Watson. Born at Brigham, Cumberland. Received commission 26th February, 1915. Educated at Seascale, Malvern College and Magdalene College, Cambridge. Awarded the Military Cross (M.C.). In the 1901 census he was aged 6, born Brigham, Cumberland, resident with his parents, Stephen B and Alice M Watson, at Greenbank, Brigham, Cockermouth, Cumberland. Buried in PUCHEVILLERS BRITISH CEMETERY, Somme, France. Plot VII. Row B. Grave 1.
WATSON Kenneth Falshaw
[1912] Flight Lieutenant, Royal Naval Air Service. Missing, presumed drowned, 3 August 1915. Born 26 February 1893. Son of J F Watson, of Cumberland Road, Headingley Hill, Leeds. Flight Sub-Lieutenant 12 October 1914, Flight Lieutenant 25 June 1915. In the 1901 census he was aged 8, born Leeds, Yorkshire, son of James F and Mary E Watson, resident with his parents at Oak, Shaw Lane, Headingley, Headingley cum Burley, Leeds. In the 1911 census he was aged 18, a school boarder, born Leeds Yorkshire, boarding at Sedbergh School, Evans House, Sedbergh, Yorkshire. No known grave. Commemorated on CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL, Kent. Panel 13.

Extract from De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour 1914-1918, Volume 2, page 307:

WATSON, KENNETH FALSHAW, Flight-Lieut., R.N., yr. s. of James Falshaw Watson, of Headingley. Leeds, M.Inst.C.E., Consulting Engineer, Leeds, by his wife, Mary Ethel, dan. of John Graham, of Dunsyre, N.B. ; b. Leeds, co. York, 26 Feb. 1893 ; educ. Sedbergh School (1906-11), and Magdalene College, Cambridge (1911-14, Diploma for Agriculture) ; joined the R.N.A.S. 12 Oct. 1914, following the outbreak of war; learned flying at Hendon ; obtained his Pilot's Certificates 19 Dec. 1914 ; was stationed at Felixstowe and Portsmouth from Jan. to June, 1915, when he was given a commission as Flight-Lieut., and sent out to Gibraltar on Special Aeroplane Duty, and was reported missing 3 Aug. 1915. He was sent to patrol the Gibraltar Straits in a Caudron Land Machine, and no trace of the aviator or his machine was ever found. His Squadron Commander wrote : " With regard to the boy, I hope I may be allowed to share your grief. We had not been together very long, but he was of such obvious worth add excellence, and of such a charming nature, that his loss is to me very definite and personal. Will you please all accept from the officers and men at the Air Station our deepest sympathy in your loss. I have forwarded to the Admiralty the full reports, and have also placed on record my high opinion of his general excellence and discipline and courage. . . . We have lost a charming companion, an excellent officer, and a boy of great courage and sense of duty. I cannot help thinking that it will prove some comfort to you to realize that he died doing his duty to his country as much as if he had been shot down by the enemy. . . . I keep the memory of your boy as being an officer and gentleman of the very best type, high-minded, cheerful and willing, and whose loss I very deeply regret." He was a brilliant Rugby footballer. At Sedbergh his record showed an unbroken round of athletic success ; he shot at Bisley in 1908-09-10-11, and played Rugby for the School in 1909-10-11, being captain of both his last year. He went to Magdalene in Jan. 1912, and played Rugby regularly for the College ; he represented Yorkshire in 1912-14, and played for the North against the South Africans in 1912; and would almost certainly have gained his Blue in the Michaelmas term of 1914, haying been very close to it in the two previous years. A writer in the " Magdalene College Magazine " said : " He enjoyed the most universal and deserved popularity with all members of the college, not only among his fellow athletes, but with those whose interests lay widely apart from his own. Beneath a most attractive exterior lay the finest character, at once serious and engaging, affectionate and strong ; when accounts come to be made up and losses reckoned, it may be.said without hesitation that it will be found that there was none of our men whose death will have left a more cruel sense of loss in the hearts of his contemporaries and his elders." Unm.

WILLIAMS George Augustus
[1875] Captain, General Staff (Intelligence) and Territorial Force Reserve. Died 6 February 1919. Aged 63 (62). Son of the Rev. Frederic and Elizabeth Williams (nee Weaver Berridge); husband of Evelyn Emma Williams (nee Novelli), of "Verona," Combermere Rd., St. Leonards-on-Sea, married in Marylebone Registration District, London October to December Quarter 1884. Death recorded in the January to March Quarter 1919 in the St. George Hanover Square Registration District, London. In the 1871 census he was aged 14, born Warwickshire, resident with his parents, Frederic and Elizabeth Weaver Williams, at Church Road (Vicarage), Aston, Warwickshire. In the 1881 census he was aged 24, a Government Official B.A. Cambs (C S Off), lodging at 22, Charterhouse Square, St Sepulchre, Holborn, London. In the 1891 census he was aged 34, born Warwickshire, Scholastic Agent, married to Evelyn Emma, resident Wigmore Street, St Marylebone, Marylebone, London. Buried in KENSAL GREEN (ALL SOULS') CEMETERY, London. Grave reference 182. 2. 46301.
WILLIAMS Robert
[1909] Second Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, Grenadier Guards and Special Reserve. Killed in action 8 October 1915. Aged 28. Son of J. C. and Mary C. Williams, of Caerhays Castle, Gorran, Cornwall. In the 1911 census he was aged 23, a student, born Caerhays, Cornwall, resident Caerhays, Gorran, Cornwall. Buried in VERMELLES BRITISH CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France. Plot I. Row L. Grave 41. Also commemorated on St Michael War Memorial, Caerhays, Cornwall.
WILSON Henry Foss
[-] Second Lieutenant, 16th Battalion, Machine Gun Corps. Killed in action 21 March 1918. Born between January and March 1898, baptised 10 March 1898 in Leyton, Essex, son of William Thomas Henry and Emily Lilian Wilson. Buried in UNICORN CEMETERY, VENDHUILE, Aisne, France. Plot II. Row E. Grave 18.
WINTON Harold Barkley
[1912] Private, Middlesex Regiment and Lieutenant, 1st Squadron, Royal Air Force and General List. Killed in flying accident in France 21 April 1918. Aged 25. Only son of William A. and Edith Winton, of Beddington Lodge, Croydon, Surrey. Educated at Sittingbourne, Shrewsbury School and Magdalene College, Cambridge (Exhibitioner; B.A. by proxy 1915). Joined 16th Middlesex Regt., September 1914; served three years as Private; wounded 1916; joined R.F.C. 1917. In the 1901 census he was aged 7, born Beddington, Surrey, resident with his parents William A and Edith Wilson, at 39, Maldon Road, Wallington, Croydon, Surrey. In the 1911 census he was aged 17, born Beddington, Surrey, a student, resident mwith his mother, Mry Winton, at Beddington Lodge, Beddington Lane, Beddington, Surrey. Buried in LONGUENESSE (ST. OMER) SOUVENIR CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France. Plot V. Row A. Grave 67.

Extract from Shrewsbury School Register 1908-1958:

Winton, Harold Barkley (AFC) 1 1912. Praepostor. F XI. Fives IV.
Magdalene Coll: Camb: (Exhib:). BA. Pte: Middlesex Regt. 2nd/Lt:
RFC. k on active service 1915.

WYNDHAM George Heremon
[1912] Second Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion, Devonshire Regiment attached to 2nd Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers. Killed in action 24 March 1915. In the 1901 census he was aged 7, born London, Middlesex, visiting Warren Hall, Broughton, Hawarden (Flint), Chester, Cheshire. Promoted to Second Lieutenant 15 August 1914 in 3rd Battalion, Devonshire Regiment [London Gazette 25 August 1914] and confirmed in his rank 6 March 1915 [London Gazette 5 March 1915]. Buried in DRANOUTER CHURCHYARD, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Plot II. Row B. Grave 16.
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