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Horatio Spencer

Lieutenant Horatio Spencer Walpole
IWM (HU 127012)
Old Etonian. Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, Coldstream Guards. Killed in action 9th April 1918. Aged 36. Son of Henry Spencer Vade-Walpole and Frances Selina, his wife, of Chipstead, Surrey; husband of Dorothea Frances Walpole, of "The Firs," Stevenage, Herts. Buried in BAC-DU-SUD BRITISH CEMETERY, BAILLEULVAL, Pas de Calais, France. Plot II. Row B. Grave 22. See also Kennington, The Oval, Surrey CCC Memorial

Extract from De Ruvigny's Roll Of Honour 1914-1918, volume 3, page 278:

WALPOLE, HORATIO SPENCER, Lieut., 1st Battn. The Coldstream Guards, yr. s. of the late Henry Spencer Vade-Walpole, Barrister-at-Law, by his wife, Frances Selina (27, Montpelier Square, S.W.), dau. of the late Thomas Bourke (widow of Capt. Denzil Chamberlayne); and brother to Capt. T. H. B. Vade-Walpole, killed in action near Loos 20 Sept. 1915 (see Vol. II., page 304); b. Teddington, co. Middlesex, 19 July, 1881; educ. Eton, and New College, Oxford; was a Solicitor; joined the Inns of Court O.T.C. 3 Jan. 1916; gazetted 2nd Lieut. the Coldstream Guards 25 March following; promoted Lieut. Sept. 1916; served with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders from Aug. of the same year was wounded near Les Boeufs in the Guards' attack on 15 Sept. following, and invalided home ; returned to France in Aug. 1917, and was killed in action near Arras 9 April, 1918. Buried in the British Military Cemetery, Bac du Sod, near Bailleulmont. His Commanding Officer wrote: “The Regiment has lost in him a most excellent officer, who could always be relied on in any time of stress or trouble. We can ill afford to lose such as he was. His country owes him a special debt, as he gave up so much to fight for her. His brother officers will miss To badly; he was so keen and ready for anything; his personality; was so strong, it made itself felt wherever he went, and everybody loved him.” He was heir-presumptive to the two baronies of Walpole. He m. at St. Stephen's, Gloucester Road, SW., 3 July, 1906, Dorothea Frances, only dau. of tbe late Frederick Butler Molyneux Montgomerie, of 1, Cromwell Place, South Kensington, S.W., and had two children: Robert Henry Montgomerie, b. 25 April 1913, and Pamela Frances, b. 22 Feb. 1908.


the Hon William Lionel Charles

Lieutenant William Lionel C Walrond
IWM (HU 127013)
Lieutenant, Royal Army Service Corps. Died 2nd November 1915. Aged 38. Born in Devonshire. Son of the Right Hon. William Hood Walrond, 1st Baron Waleran, P.C., and Baroness Waleran; husband of the Hon. Mrs. W. L. Walrond (now the Hon. Mrs. H. W. Adams, of Bradfield, Cullompton, Devon). Formerly Secretary to the First Lord of the Treasury, and Member of Parliament for Tiverton. Buried south of the church in ALL SAINTS CHURCHYARD, BRADFIELD, Devon.


the Hon Gerald Ernest Francis

Old Etonian. Lieutenant, 1st Life Guards. Killed in action 30th November [SDGW] or 30th October [CWGC & CricInfo] 1914 at Zandvoorde, Belgium. Aged 36. Born 9th November 1877, Himley Hall, Staffordshire. Son of 1st Earl of Dudley; husband of Lady Evelyn Ward, of 52, Danes St., London. Member of the Royal Victorian Order (M.V.O.). No known grave. Commemorated on YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Panel 3.

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the Hon Arthur Orlando Wolstan Cecil

Major commanding King's Company, 1st Battalion, Grenadier Guards. Died of wounds 1st November 1914. Aged 37. Son of 5th Baron Forester and Baroness Forester, of Willey Park, Broseley, Salop. Member of the Royal Victorian Order (M.V.O.). Buried near south-east corner of chruch ST. JOHN THE DIVINE CHURCHYARD, WILLEY, Shropshire.

Extract from The Bond of Sacrifice Volume 1:

MAJOR the Honble. ARTHUR ORLANDO WOLSTAN CECIL WELD FORESTER, M.V.O., 1st BATTN. GRENADIER GUARDS, COMMANDING THE KING'S COMPANY, died at King Edward VII Hospital, London, from wounds received near Ypres, Belgium, on the 29th October, 1914, having gone out with the VIIth Division. He was the fifth son of Cecil, fifth Baron Forester, and was born in London on the 13th July, 1877.

He was educated at Harrow, and joined the Grenadier Guards from the 3rd Shropshire Light Infantry (Militia) in December, 1897, becoming Lieutenant in October, 1899. With his battalion he served in Malta, and subsequently, under Sir Leslie Rundle, in the VIIIth Division through the Boer War, receiving the Queen's medal with three clasps and the King's medal with two clasps. He was promoted Captain in the 3rd Battalion in January, 1905, of which he was Adjutant from January, 1907, to 31st December, 1909. From 1910 to 1912 he was A.D.C. to Lord Hardinge, Viceroy of India, and was awarded the M.V.O. for his services in that position during the visit of King George V. In 1912 he obtained his Majority, with the command of the King's Company of his Regiment. Major Weld Forester was a member of the Guards' and Turf Clubs, played cricket and golf, and was fond of hunting and shooting.


Neville William

Major, 28th brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Killed in action 6th January 1918. Aged 26. Son of Mrs. M. B. Wells-Cole, of Stones Place, Lincoln, and the late Gervas F. Wells-Cole. Educated Hindhead, Winchester and Woolwich R.M.A. Mentioned in Despatches (MiD). Buried in CANADA FARM CEMETERY, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Plot III. Row G. Grave 2.



Major, 7th Battalion, Middlesex Regiment. Killed in action 26th September 1916. Aged 46. Son of the late Frederick and Emma Whinney; husband of Maude Whinney, of 10, Aubrey Walk, Campden Hill, Kensington, London. Buried in CONNAUGHT CEMETERY, THIEPVAL, Somme, France. Plot I. Row E. grave 10. Member of the Exchange. See also Haywards Heath and London Stock Exchange

Extract from the Stock Exchange Memorial Book:

MAJOR EDWARD WHINNEY, Middlesex Regiment, son of the late Frederick Whinney, was born in 187o, and educated at Westminster, becoming a member of the Stock Exchange in 1895.

At the outbreak of war he joined the 2/7th Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, as a Captain, and was promoted Major in October 1914.

He went with his Regiment first to Gibraltar and then to Egypt, where he took part in the campaign against the Senussi.

On returning to France in the summer of 1916, he joined the 12th Battalion.

He was killed at the capture of Thiepval 26 September 1916. Married, in 1897, to the elder daughter of J. Cox, late of Laurence Sons and Gardner, he left three sons and a daughter.


James Hugh Edendale

Second Lieutenant, 9th Battalion, Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment). Died 13th March 1919 at St James Park, Westminster, London. Aged 28. Born 8th July 1890 at bromley, Kent. Son of Sir George Hugh Whitehead, 2nd Bart. and Lady Whitehead, of The Shrubbery, 72, Woodstock Rd., Oxford, formerly of Wilmington Hall, Dartford, Kent. Buried in the family vault in the south-east corner of ST. MICHAEL CHURCHYARD, WILMINGTON, Kent. Member of the Stock Exchange. Also listed on the Wilmington War memorial, Kent and London Stock Exchange Memorial

From de Ruvigny's ROLL OF HONOUR 1914-18 Part 5, page 170:

WHITEHEAD, JAMES HUGH EDENDALE, 2nd Lieut., 9th Battn. The Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regt.), eldest and only surv. s. of Sir George Hugh Whitehead, Bart, of Wilmington Hall, o. Kent, and of The Shrubbery, Oxford, L.P., by his wife, Gertrude Grace, dau. of Sir William Ascroft, Bart., of Overleigh House, Preston, co. Lancaster, J.P.; and brother to Lieut. G. W. E. Whitehead (q.c.); b. Bromley, co. Kent, 8 July, 1890; educ. The Old Ride, Bournemouth; Clifton College, and Trinity College, Oxford; was a member of the Stock Exchange, and a partner in the firm of George Whitehead & Chown; volunteered for active service on the outbreak of war, and was gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal West Kent Regt. 5 Nov. 1914; served with the Regiment from that date until he resigned his commission in 1918, having contracted on service, during the first winter of the war, the illness from which, after three and a half years of patient fortitude, he died in London 13 March, 1919. Buried in Wilmington Churchyard. He was a prominent cricketer while at Clifton; one of their best Fives players and a keen athlete. At Oxford he made a good score-57 and 17—in the Freshmen's match, and on the running track represented the University against Cambridge in the hurdles. He was well known in Kent cricket, and, with his brother, is one of the Kent cricketers commemorated by the fountain erected at Canterbury.

Extract from the Stock Exchange Memorial Book:

SECOND LIEUT. JAMES HUGH EDENDALE WHITEHEAD, Royal West Kent Regiment, the son of Sir George and Lady Whitehead of Wilmington Hall, Dartford, was born in 1890, and educated at Clifton College and Trinity College, Oxford.

He played cricket for Clifton, captained Trinity and represented Kent second Eleven with great success.

His hitting powers were superb, and on one occasion he hit a ball out of the Oval. In addition he got his Blue for athletics, representing Oxford in the Hurdles in 1912. He was for a time Champion Hurdler of the Stock Exchange, of which he became a member in 1914, being a partner in his father's firm, George Whitehead and Chown.

He joined the army in November 1914, and obtained his corn-mission in the 9th Battalion of the Royal West Kents.

Contracting a severe illness from the hardships of the winter of 1914-1915, he was invalided out of the service in 1916.

With his health seriously undermined Lieutenant Whitehead was unable to resist a severe attack of influenza, and he died on 13 March 1919.

A friend wrote of him: "Both at Clifton and Oxford I had every opportunity of recognizing in him an exceptionally fine character, modest, simple, sensitive, and with any amount of grit."

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Cyril Henry

Captain,1st Battalion, Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment). Died of wounds 15th January 1915. Buried in LA CHAPELLE D'ARMENTIERES COMMUNAL CEMETERY, Nord, France. Plot/Row/Section A. Grave 3.


Harold Francis

Major, Royal Field Artillery attached as Adjutant, Royal Military Academy. Died 7th May 1919. Aged 29. Son of William K. and Edith Willcocks; husband of Marion E. Willcocks, of 26, First Avenue, Hove, Brighton. Chevalier of the Legion of Honour. Buried in CHARLTON CEMETERY, Greenwich, London. Grave reference 1 "C." N. 16.


Christopher Manners

Captain (Adjutant), H.Q., 66th Brigade, Royal Garrison Artillery. Killed in action 24th March 1918. Aged 31. Son of R. M. H. Williams and Amy Williams, of Northenby, East Woodhay, Newbury, Berkshire. Buried in CHAUNY COMMUNAL CEMETERY BRITISH EXTENSION, Aisne, France. Plot 3. Row K. Grave 11.


Edward Gordon

Lieutenant Edward Gordon Williams
IWM (HU 127553)
Old Etonian. Lieutenant, Special Reserve attached 2nd Battalion, Grenadier Guards. Killed in action 12th August 1915. Aged 27. Son of Edward Gordon Williams and Louise Davies Williams. Buried in French Civilian Plot of ST. VENANT COMMUNAL CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France.


John Nathaniel

Old Etonian. Private 12/484, 6th (Hauraki) Company, Auckland Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Killed in action 25th April 1915. Aged 35. Born 24th January 1878, Kensington, London. Son of Col. Sir Robert Williams, 1st Bart., andat Gaba Tepe, Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey. Lady Williams, of Bridehead, Dorchester, England. Educated at Eton and Oxford. Employed by Waihi Gold Mining Coy., Ltd. No known grave. Commemorated on LONE PINE MEMORIAL, Turkey. Panel 73.

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Extract from De Ruvigny's Roll Of Honour 1914-1918:

WILLIAMS, JOHN NATHANIEL, Private, No.12/484, 6th (Hauraki) Auckland Battn., New Zealand Expeditionary Force (formerly Capt., 4th Dorsets (T.F.)), elder s. of Col. Sir Robert Williams, of Bridehead, Dorchester, 1st Bt., M.P., by his wife, Rosa Walker, dau. of Nathaniel Sims, of Strood Park, Horsham; b. London, W., 24 Jan. 1878; educ. Matfield, Kent; Eton, and New College, Oxford; was for some time in the 4th Territorial Battn. of the Dorsetshire Regt., becoming Capt., but resigned his commission and went to New Zealand in 1910. On the outbreak of war enlisted as a Private in the New Zealand Expeditionary Force; left for Egypt in Oct. 1914; took part in the repulse of the Turkish attack on the Suez Canal hi Feb. 1915, and in the landing at the Dardanelles, 25 April, 1915 and was killed in action at Gaba Tepe that day; unm. Major-Gen. Sir A. I. Godley, K.C.M.G., C.B., Commanding New Zealand Forces, wrote: "He was killed leading and setting a most gallant example to the men in the forefront of the Battn., and all the officer N.C.O.'s and men of the company speak of him in the highest terms of admiration and affection. He had evidently made himself most popular with them and respected by all, and had he not fallen he would have been given a commission in this force immediately after the first action. I believe the example which he set in enlisting, and dying as he did in the ranks, has done more for this force and perhaps for the Empire than he would have done as a commissioned officer!"


Guy Denis

Captain, 169th Brigade (Territorial), Royal Field Artillery. Killed in action 30th November 1917. Born 30th November 1882, Melbourne, Derbyshire. No known grave. Commemorated on CAMBRAI MEMORIAL, LOUVERVAL, Nord, France. Panel 1.

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Tom Benholt

Second Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, Irish Guards. Killed in action 18th July 1917. Aged 25. Son of Henry Walter and Mary Wilson, of 21, Marlborough Hill, St. John's Wood, London. Buried in CANADA FARM CEMETERY, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Plot I. Row E. Grave 3.


Denis Daly

Captain D D Wilson
IWM (HU 127649)

Lieutenant-Colonel, 17th Indian Cavalry, Indian Army. Awarded the Military Cross (M.C.)[London Gaxette Issue 29608 3 June 1916]. Killed in action 1st July 1916. Son of John Gerald and Angelina Rose Geraldine O'Brien Wilson. No known grave. Commemorated on NEUVE-CHAPELLE MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Panel 6.

Extract from England & Wales Government Probate Death Index 1919:

WILSON Denis Daly of Manfield Big House Darlington died 1 July 1916 in France Probate London 1 November to Mary Henrietta Wilson widow.
Effects £383 11s. 10d.


Arthur Alexander

[Listed as Lieutenant Colonel on SDGW] Brigadier-General, General Staff, Commands and Staff formerly Highland Light Infantry. Died 7th December 1918. Aged 52. Son of the late James Wolfe-Murray; husband of Evelyn Mary Wolfe-Murray of 20 George Square, Edinburgh. Served in the South African War. Buried in EDDLESTON PARISH CHURCHYARD, Peeblesshire. Grave 39.


Frederick Hargreaves Arbuthnot

Lieutenant Colonel
Frederick Hargreaves Arbuthnot Wollaston
IWM (HU 127829)
Old Etonian. Lieutenant-Colonel, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort's Own) commanding 1st/5th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Killed 8th March 1918. Aged 39. Son of Frederick Wollaston, D.L., J.P., of Leicestershire, and Mrs. Wollaston, of Shenton Hall, Nuneaton. Awarded the Distinguished Service order (D.S.O.). Buried in ST. JOHN CHURCHYARD, SHENTON, Leicestershire.

Extract from The Distinguished Service Order 1916-1923 published by Naval & Military Press:

WOLLASTON, F. H. A. (D.S.O. L.G. 14.1.16); b. 7.5.70; s. of F. Wollaston; educ. Eton; 2nd Lt., Rif. Brig. (from Militia), 18.10.99; Lt. 24.10.00; Capt. 27.2.05. On the outbreak of the European War he was in India, and he joined his Regiment in Belgium in March, 1915. At the end of the year he was transferred to the Salonika Army, where he served for eight months. Major Wollaston was mentioned in Despatches for his services on the Western front and awarded the D.S.O.; was subsequently promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel commanding a battalion of the Suffolk Rgt. in Egypt, where he commanded his Regiment in the Battle of Gaza and the subsequent advance in Palestine, and was a third time mentioned in Despatches. He was killed by a German tomb in the air raid on London 7.3.18, on his way back to Palestine the next day to resume command of his Regt. after three weeks' leave.



Major, 3rd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. Died of wounds 12th April 1917. Aged 37. Son of the late Maj. Gen. Edward Wood, C.B. and Mrs. E. Wood, of Hampton Court Palace; husband of Doris Margaret Wood, of The Old Gables, Warfield, Berks. Buried in FAUBOURG D'AMIENS CEMETERY, ARRAS, Pas de Calais, France. Plot V. Row A. Grave 4.


Geoffrey Dayell

Lieutenant, 7th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Killed in action 13th October 1915 at Ohenzollern, near Loos, France. Aged 24. Born 17th August 1891, Hampstead, London. Son of Ernest Richard and Katherine Grace Wood, of Melton Hall, Melton, Suffolk. No known grave. Commemorated on LOOS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Panel 37 and 38. See also Melton War Memorial

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Extract from De Ruvigny's Roll Of Honour 1914-1918, volume 2, page 320:

WOOD, GEOFFREY DAYRELL, Lieut., 7th (Service) Battn. The Suffolk Regt., 2nd s. of Ernest Richard Wood, of Melton Cottage, East Bergholt, co. Suffolk, by his wife, Katherine Grace; b. London, 19 Aug. 1891; educ. Eaton House, Aldeburgh; Cheltenham College, and Exeter College, Oxford; joined the University O.T.C. in 1911; volunteered for foreign service on the outbreak of war, being gazetted 2nd Lieut. in the Suffolk Regt. 26 Aug. 1914, and promoted Lieut. 8 March, 1915; went to France at the end of May, and was killed in action at the Hohenzollern Redoubt 13 Oct. following. Buried where he fell. While at Cheltenham he was head of his house, captain of the school cricket eleven in 1909 and 1910, and captain of the school Rugby football team and hockey team in 1910; and at Oxford he played in the Freshmen"s trial match in 1911, and the Seniors" trial match in the following year, being also a member of Lord’s and of the Oxford Authentics ; unm.


Maxmilian David Francis

Lieutenant-Colonel, 9th Battalion, Prince of Wales's Own (West Yorkshire Regiment). Died of wounds 22nd August 1915 near Ismail Oglu Tepe, Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey. Aged 42. Born 22nd February 1873, Kamptee (now Kamthi), Maharashtra, India. Son of Charles Arthur Watkins Harcourt Wood and Maria Louisa Wood, of Carleton, Pontefract, Yorks; husband of Eugenie Sybil Seymour (formerly Wood), of Kilbees Farm, Winkfield, Berks. Awarded the Distinguished Service Order (D.S.O.). No known grave. Commemorated on HELLES MEMORIAL, Turkey. Panel 47 to 51.

Details from CricInfo.

Born on February 22, 1873, at Kamptee, India. A middle order right-hand bat and right-arm fast medium bowler, he went to Wellington and Sandhurst. He played eight first-class matches for the Europeans in India between 1897/98 to 1902/93 and in one match for Hampshire in 1907 against Yorkshire at Bradford, when he was stationed nearby with the West Yorkshire Regiment.

In a rain affected match, Wood scored 5 and 4, twice falling victim to Wilfred Rhodes. He played a final first-class match in 1909 for H.D.G. Leveson-Gower's XI at Cambridge, so he played 10 first-class matches in all, with a top score of 30, but his bowling was successful in India where he took 34 wickets with a best of 6-51.

Attaining the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel, he was awarded the DSO in the First World War, and died near Ismail Oglu Tepe at Gallipoli on August 22, 1915, aged 42.


Drury Frank Percy

Old Etonian. Captain, Royal Garrison Artillery (Territorial). Died 4th November 1918. Buried in ALL SAINTS CHURCHYARD, CLIVE, Shropshire.



Captain, 6th Battalion, Loyal North lancashire Regiment. Died of wounds 14th September 1915 at Marylebone, London. Aged 31. Born 19th February 1884, Woodthorpe, Barrow-on-Soar, Leicestershire. Buried in ST. BARTHOLOMEW CHURCHYARD, QUORN, Leicestershire.

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Egerton Lowndes

Captain, 1st Buckinghamshire Battalion, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, Brigade Major, 6th Infantry Brigade. Killed in action 11th May 1918 at Barly, France. Born 15th November 1885, Adlington, Chorley, Lancashire. Awarded the Military Cross (M.C.). Buried in BARLY FRENCH MILITARY CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France. Plot II. Row A. Grace C.

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the Hon William Reginald

Old Etonian. Lieutenant, Lincolnshire Yeomanry attached to 1st Life Guards. Killed in action 6th November 1914. Aged 38. Third son of the late 2nd Baron Leconfield and the Dowager Lady Leconfield, of 12, Great Stanhope St., London. Buried in ZILLEBEKE CHURCHYARD, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Special Memorial 1.

Note: Zillebeke Churchyard contains 32 Commonwealth burials and commemorations of the First World War. Fourteen (mainly officers) belonged to the Foot Guards or the Household Cavalry who died in 1914. Six of the burials are unidentified and special memorials commemorate two casualties whose graves were destroyed by shell fire.

Extract from The Bond of Sacrifice Volume 1:

CAPTAIN the Honble. WILLIAM REGINALD WYNDHAM, LINCOLNSHIRE YEOMANRY, attd. 1st LIFE GUARDS, killed in action on the 6th November, 1914, was the third son of the second Baron Leconfield, and was born on the 16th March, 1876, and was heir presumptive to his brother, the third Baron Leconfield.

Captain Wyndham joined the 17th Lancers as 2nd Lieutenant in March, 1896, becoming Lieutenant in. May, 1897, and Captain in July, 1901. He served in the South African War, 1899-1900, receiving the Queen's medal with three clasps. He retired from the Army in 1903, owing to a riding accident, and took a farm in East Africa, going more lately to the Rocky Mountains. He afterwards returned home and became well known in Ireland on the turf as an owner of winning race horses, and as a member of the Jockey Club, to which he was elected in 1912.

On the outbreak of the war he made every effort to return to the service, and in August, 1914, was gazetted Captain in the Lincolnshire Yeomanry. Being anxious to proceed on active service he was finally successful in being attached to the 1st Life Guards, in which his father and two of his brothers had served.

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