The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

St Lawrence College, Ramsgate, Kent


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Lastname Firstname born notes 1 notes 2
ADAMS Lestock Handley 10th November 1887 Cricket XI, 1903-4-5-6. (Capt., 1906.) Assoc. XI, 1903-4-5. (Capt., 1905.) Hockey XI, 1903-4-5-6. (Capt., 1906.) Shooting VIII, 1903. Queens' College, Cambridge. B.A., 1909. Ridley Hall. 12th man for Camb. Cricket XI v. Oxford, 1910. Lieut. Rifle Brigade. Killed in action in France, 22 April, 1918. Son of Reverend H F S Adams, Vicar of Holy Trinity, Red Hill; husband of Emilie Anderson Adams, of Fern, Buxton, late of Winnipeg, Canada.
AIKENHEAD Robert George 22nd April 1892 Cheltenham. Private C.E.F., 48th Highlanders, 1914. Killed in action, 24th April 1915. Son of Lieut-Col and Mrs M L Aikenhead, of Great Elm, Frome, Somerset
ALGEO William Beesley 3rd November 1888 Assoc. XI, 1904-5. Hockey XI, 1905-6. Line. Coll., Oxon.2nd Lieut., Dorset Regt., 1910. Lieut., 1911. Capt., 1914.Twice wounded. M.C. Twice Mentioned in Dispatches. Killed in action in France, 17th May, 1916. Son of Reverend F C Algeo, of Studland Rectory, Dorsetshire
ALLFREE Geoffrey Stephen 11th February 1889 Shooting VIII, 1904. Landscape Painter. Lieut. R.N.V.R.Serving with H.M. " MX. 247." Drowned on active service, 29th September, 1918.  
ANDERSON Wilfred Cruttenden 14th August, 1892  Left S.T., 1910. R.M.C., Sandhurst. 2nd Lieut. Bedfordshire Regt., 1912. Died 30th October 1914. Only son of the late Lieut. Col. W T Anderson, (2nd Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment)
ANSON Wilfred Gordon 14th September 1890 At Brighton Technical College, 1912. Private, Gloucestershire Regiment. Killed on service, 22nd October,1917. Son of Reverend Harcourt S Anson and Mrs Anson, of the Close, Salisbury, Wiltshire
ARMSTRONG Christopher 10th October 1888 Assoc. XI, 1906. Hockey XI, 1907. Jesus College, Cambridge Blue for quarter mile, 1909. Killed on service, 15th April, 1916.  
ATKINSON Frederick Batty 6th April 1899 Cheltenham. 2nd Lieut. R.F.A. Killed in action in France, 25 September, 1918. Born at Knaresborough, Yorkshire. Son of Jackson A and Blanche Myra Atkinson (nee Cruttwell) of Broadoak House, Newnham, Gloucestershire.
ATKINSON Miles Linzee 11th July 1888 Fettes. Emm. Coll., Camb. B.A., 1910. Rugby Blue, 1908-9. St. Thomas's Hosp. 2nd Lieut. Tank Corps. Killed near Cambray, 20 November, 1917. Son of Miles Christopher Atkinson, of 24 nKenilworth Road, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire. Born at Kenilworth
BALL Theodore Thomas Hollyman 15th July 1886 2nd Lieut. Intelligence Corps. Accidentally killed in France, 21st January, 1917. Son of Elizabeth Sarah and the late Reverend William Henry Ball, of 6 Park House, Highbury Park, London; late of Calcutta
BAMBRIDGE Bertram Stacpoole 2nd August 1895 Wadham Coll., Oxon. 2nd Lieut. The Buffs. Killed in action in France, 18th November, 1916. Son of Lucy Evelyn Maud Bambridge, of 21 Boscobel Road, St Leonards-on-Sea, and the late Canon Joseph John Bambridge. Native of Canterbury, Kent.
BEAUMONT Charles Leslie 15th August 1898 Cricket XI, 1914-15. 2nd Lieut. R.F.C. Accidentally killed while flying, 19 May, 1917.  
BECKHUSON Donald Frederick 12th August 1893 2nd Lieut. West Riding Regt. Killed in action in France, 2nd March, 1916. Son of George Henry and Maria Beckhuson, of Charlwood, Surrey.
BEGBIE Alfred Vincent 18th August 1884 Lieut.Cameron Highlanders. Killed in action in France, 11th April, 1917.  
BIGGER John Alfred Whittard 4th December 1892 2nd Lieut. East Surrey Regt. Killed in action in France, 8th May 1917.  
BIRKBECK Edward 9th November 1888 Assoc. XI, 1907. R.M.C., Sandhurst. 2nd Lieut. R. Berks Regt.,1909. Indian Army, 1910. Lieut. Mentioned in Dispatches.Killed in action in the Dardanelles, 17 August, 1915.  
BIRKBECK Morris 5th December 1886 Shooting VIII, 1902. Assoc. XI, 1905. Hockey XI, 1904-5. 2nd Lieut. School Cadet Corps. R.M.C., Sandhurst. 2nd Lieut. R.Sussex Regt., 1907. Indian Army, 1908. Lieut., 1909. Twice Mentioned in Dispatches. Killed in action in the Persian Gulf, 14th July, 1915. Son of Edward and Annie Birkbeck, of Estancia El Dia, Eldia F.C.P., Buenos Ayres.
BOSANQUET Sidney Courthope 15th July 1894 Assoc. XI, 1912. 2nd Lieut. Middlesex Regt. Killed in action at Houplines, 17 December, 1914. Special Reserve attached. Son of Charles J and Edith Bosanquet of 16 Kidbrook Park Road, Blackheath, London
BOURDILLON James Imbert Fulton 16th November 1892 R.M.A., Woolwich, 1910. Lieut. R.E. Twice wounded. Mentioned in Dispatches. Killed in action in France, 15th July, 1916.  
BOURDILLON Paul Aime 27th April 1898 Hockey XI, 1914-15. R.M.A., Woolwich, 1916. 2nd Lieut R.E. Died of wounds at Kain, East Persia, 20 March, 1919. Son of the Reverend F W and Kathleen Bourdillon of 18 Richmond Terrace, Clifton, Bristol
BRIGHT Cecil Desborough 8th January 1893 Shooting VIII, 1909-10. Tea Planter. 2nd Lieut. 93rd Burmah Regt. Killed in action in Mesopotamia, 21st March, 1916. Son of Frederick Henry and Florence Bright, of Cromwell House, Malden, Essex
BROAD Francis Boase 20th April 1895 Capt. Middlesex Regt. M.C. Killed in action in France, 24 October,1918. Son of Thomas John and Amelia Florence Broad, of Earlsgate, Watford
CARR Donald Nevill 20th May 1895 Shooting VIII, 1910 and 1913 (Capt. 1913). Capt. Border Regt. and South Persian Rifles. M.C. Died of pneumonia at Saidabad, 26 November, 1918. Son of Donald William and Agnes Mary Carr of Church Missionary Society, Isfahan, Persia.
CHART Eric Nye 25th August 1896 Left S.T., 1912.

Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own). Died 25th September 1916, Somme, France.

CLARK Eric Henry Lloyd 19th May 1897 Hockey XI, 1915. 2nd Lieut. R.F.A. Presumed killed at Gommecourt, 1st July, 1916. Son of Francis John and Lily L Clark of Gulmarg, 12 Albermarle Road, Beckenham, Kent.
CLARKE Wilfred Randall 15th June 1891 1908.General Engg. Coll., Earl's Court. Lieut. R.F.A., attached R.F.C.Accidentally killed while flying at Grantham, 4th February, 1918. Son of Richard Feaver Clarke, J.P., of Henbury, New Milton, Hampshire. Born at Gravesend, Kent.
CLIBBORN Cecil Hamilton 19th February 1886 Westward Ho ! 2nd Lieut. R.A., 1905. Lieut., 1908. Capt. Indian Army (92nd Punjabis). Died of wounds in France, 7th April 1916. Son of Colonel and Mrs Clibborn of 87 Victoria Street, London
CLIBBORN Cuthbert John Hamilton 13th November 1883 R.M.A., Woolwich. 2nd Lieut. R.H.A., 1902. Lieut., 1905. All Ireland Military Cross Country Champion, 1906. Capt. R.H.A. Twice Mentioned in Dispatches. Killed in action in France, 14th December 1915. Son of Colonel I Clibborn, C.I.E., and Mrs Clibborn of Moorcock, Ballycumber, King's Co.
CONNOR Isaac Joscelyn 8th August 1874 R.M.A., Woolwich. 2nd Lieut. R.E., 1894. Lieut., 1897. Capt.,1904. S.A. War, 1902. Queen's Medal (3 clasps). Major.Mentioned in Dispatches. Killed in France, 5 July, 1916.  
CONSTERDINE Arthur Edward 17th March 1870 Served in S.A. War with Lumsden's Horse. Capt. 13th West Yorkshire Regt. Killed in France, 26 December, 1916. Son of the Reverend James W Consterdine and Mrs M S Consterdine, of Alderley Edge, Cheshire
COOKE-YARBOROUGH Edmund Selwyn 4th February 1882 3rd Dragoon Guards. Killed in action 17 November,1914. Son of G B Cooke Yarborough, JP, DL.,of Campsmount, near Doncaster and Mary Cooke Yarborough of 10 Zetland House, Marloes Road, Kensington, London
CORFIELD Hubert Vernon Auchitel 21st December 1895 Cricket XI, 1912-13-14. Assoc. XI, 1912-13-14. Hockey XI, 1913-14. Class. Schol., Emmanuel College Cambridge, 1914. 2nd Lieut. E. Lanes. Regt., 1914. Killed in France, 6 July, 1916. Son of the Reverend Egerton Corfield, M.A., Rector of Finchampstead, Berkshire and Ethel Grace Corfield. The youngest of four brothers holding Commissions.His eldest brother fell on 17th June 1917.
CORNISH James Edward September 1892 Pte. Honourable Artillery Company. 1916. Missing at Bullecourt, 1916.(CWGC gives date of death as 15th May 1917) Son of James Cope Cornish and Charlotte Cornish of 38 Queens Avenue, Muswell Hill, London.
COTTER Francis John Anson 16th March 1894 Royal Navy. Midshipman, 1911. Sub.-Lieut. Killed in naval action off Chile (H.M.S. Good Hope), 1st November 1914. Son of Major General and Mrs F G Cotter, of Woking, Surrey. Native of Salisbury, Wiltshire
COXON Herbert Archibald 5th May 1884 Cricket XI, 1902. Quantity Surveyor. 2nd Lieut. London Regt. Killed in action in France, 1 July, 1916.  
CROSSE Thomas Latymer 28th May 1889 Shooting VIII, 1907-8. Caius College, Cambridge. B.A. (3rd CI. Class.Trip.), 1911. 2nd Lieut. 7th Border Regt., 1914 ; Capt. Killed in France 3 July, 1916. Son of Canon and Mrs T G Crosse, of Ickham Rectory, Canterbury, Kent
DASHWOOD Ronald Phillimore 29th June 1894 Shooting VIII, 1911-12. Birmingham Univ. Pte. 19th R. Fusiliers, September, 1914. 2nd Lieut. Rifle Brigade, July, 1916. Killed in action, 7 October, 1916. Son of Mr A Dashwood of Freiston, Hulse Road, Southampton.
DELAMAIN Frank Gun 28th December 1897 R.M.A., Woolwich, 1915. 2nd Lieut. R.F.A. Killed in action, 21 September, 1916. Son of Col. F G Delamain, of Whitehall, Beaulieu, Hampshire. Born at Thelum, Punjab, India.
DOWNES Walter Douglas 4th March 1884 2nd Lieut. R. Sussex Regt. (from Mil.), 1905. Lieut., 1909. F.R.G.S. Asst. Commr. Yola-Cross River (Anglo-German) Boundary Commission, 1907. Special Survey Duty in Near East, 1909. Author of With the Nigerians in German East Africa. Capt. R. Sussex Regt., attached General Staff Nigeria Regt. M.C. Accidentally killed in Nigeria, 5 August, 1920.  
DUNCAN John Francis Roth 15th August 1891 Capt. and Adj., 10th Cameronians. Mentioned in Dispatches. Killed in action near Loos, 26th September, 1915.  
DUNCAN Christopher William 4th February 1897 Lieut. N. Staffs. Regt. and Tank Corps. M.C. Killed in the Cambrai Advance, 20 November, 1917.  
EDWARDS Roy 30th April 1889 2nd Lieut. Rifle Brigade. Presumed killed in France, 30th November, 1917.  
FALCY Humphrey Ned 7th April 1895 College de Neuchatel, Switzerland. Cadet Inns of Court O.T.C., 1914.2nd Lieut. 23rd Northumberland Fusiliers. M.C. Killed in action in France, 21st November, 1916. Son of G L and Elizabeth Falcy, of Cranmer House, Ramsgate, Kent
FALKNER Arthur Newstead 19th February 1874 Served in the South African Campaign with Roberts'' Horse.

Captain, 8th Battalion, The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, died in France, 20th July 1916.

Son of the Rev. R. H. and Henrietta Falkner (nee Wells); husband of Irene P. Falkner, of "The Hoppit," Gt. Waltham, Chelmsford.

FAUSSET Robert Clifford 24th May 1891 2nd Lieut. R.F.A. Killed in France, 16th November 1916.  
FEILING Hubert St Lawrence   Capt.1st Black Watch. Killed in France, 21st November, 1916. Son of William Parnell Feiling
FOLLITT Reginald William 3rd September 1890 R.F.C. Died of wounds in France, 28th April, 1917.  
GARRETT William Oakley 12th March 1884 Owens Coll., Manchester. 2nd Lieut., 3rd Sappers and Miners, Indian Army. Killed in action in Mesopotamia, 23rd November 1915.  
GATEHOUSE John 6th May 1896 Died on active service in Mesopotamia, 25th March 1916. Son of Reverend Thomas Ernest Gatehouse and Mrs Ethel Gatehouse of North Cheriton, Templecombe, Somerset.
GAYER Alexander  Edward 12 September 1889 Left M.T., 1907. Assoc. XI, 1907. R.M.C., Sandhurst. 2nd Lieut. E.
Lancs. Regt., 1909. Lieut., 1912. Died December, 1922.
GREENLAND Charles Stirling Walter 22nd July 1892 Assoc. XI, 1908-9. Record for high jump (5 ft. 5.5 in.),1910. R.M.A., Woolwich. 2nd Lieut. Gloucs. Regt., 1911. Lieut. Killed in action near Ypres, 7th May, 1915. Son of Charles Albert and Lucy Constance Greenland, of Scaynes Hill, Haywards Heath, Sussex. Born at Kennington, Ashford, Kent.
HAMNETT Frederick George 28th April 1889 Left S.T., 1902 for Charterhouse.

Second Lieutenant, King's Royal Rifle Corps & XV Corps H.Q. Intelligence Corps. Died 15th November 1918, France.

Son of Frederick Harper Hamnett and Florence Helen Hamnett, of Horsted Lodge, Maidstone Road, Chatham, Kent; husband of Carmen Calpini Dei Calpini Hamnett.

HARDWICK Gerald Leslie 5th December 1887 Municipal Surveyor. Trooper 19th Alberta Dragoons. Killed in France, 27th September, 1916. Son of the late F S Hardwick, M.D., and of Mrs Emma Hardwick, of Purlands, Charing, Ashford, Kent. His brother Oswald William Hardwick also fell.
HARDWICK Oswald William 22nd November 1891 2nd Lieut. Devonshire Regt. Killed in action in France, 10th May, 1917. Son of Dr F S Hardwick and Emma Hardwick of Purlands, Charing, Ashford, Kent. His brother Gerald Leslie Hardwick also fell.
HEAD Charles Harold Evelyn 1st August 1882 Royal Navy. Lieut., 1903. Lieut.-Commander H.M.S. Vesuvius.. Killed on active service 15th May, 1915. Son of Harold Ellershaw Head, of 14 Dunsford Place, Bath and Rachel Eveline Head (nee Brew). Served in Boxer Rebellion (1900)
HICKS Wilfred Noel 9th October 1894 2nd Lieut. R.A.F. Died of wounds in France, 27th October, 1918. Son of William and Edith M Hicks of Longmead, 49 St Helens Gardens, North Kensington, London
HILL Charles Haydock 5th September 1890 Cent. Tech. Coll. Killed on service, 28th April, 1915. Son of James Cotesworth Hill, of Gloucester.
HILL Richard Henry Ernest 21st August 1871 Left 1889.
A.R.I.B.A. Practising as an Architect and Surveyor. Lance Corporal, 30th Battalion, London Regiment, (Royal Fusiliers). Died 8th August 1919, buried Aldeburgh (SS. Peter & Paul) Churchyard, Suffolk
HODGE Lionel Bryant 13th March 1894 Capt. 22nd Batt. London Regt. Died of wounds in Palestine, 10 November, 1917.  
HOLLAND Wallace Derry Ayre 19th April 1892 Left S.T., 1905 for Marlborough.

Captain, 11th King Edward's Own Lancers (Probyn's Horse). Died 13th August 1917, buried Dera Ismail Khan Cemetery, India.

HOWELL Norman Asquith 19th April 1897 2nd Lieut. Shropshire L.I. Killed in France, 23 December, 1916. Son of William Roland Howell  and Louisa Margaret Howell of Heronden, Cintra Avenue, Reading.
HOWELL Roland Basil 21st October 1895 2nd Lieut. 2nd Northumberland Fusiliers. Presumed killed in France, 1st October, 1915. Son of William Roland Howell of Heronden, Cintra Avenue, Reading and the late Louisa Margaret Howell. Volunteered August 1914.
HOYTE Raymond Wilson 20th September 1896 Lieut. Notts & Derby Regt. Killed on service, 21 March, 1918. Son of William Henry and Henrietta Mary Hoyte of 20 Private Road, Nottingham.
INGLE Duncan Claude James 2nd July 1871 Left 1887. Went to New Zealand. Served South African Campaign & New Zealand Expeditionary Force, (Trooper, Otago Mounted Rifles), as Claude Ingle. Missing in action 21st August 1915, reported killed, Anzac Bay, Gallipoli.
INGOLDBY Roger Hugh 26th April 1886 Emmanuel College, Cambridge. B.A., 1908. Ripon Theo. Coll. Ordained 1909. Curate of St. Thomas', Camden Town, 1909. Lieut. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Mentioned in Dispatches. Killed in France, 2 July 1916. Son of Mr F J and Mrs M A Ingoldby of Westgate House, Louth, Lincolnshire. In Canada when war broke out. Joined the Alberta Dragoons as a private, going to France in February 1915. Gazetted to a Commission a few months later.
JAMES Alexander Young 1st October 1885 Clifton College. Solicitor (ad. 1908). Isle of Wight Rifles, 1914. Killed at Gallipoli 12th August, 1915.  
JARY Edgar Percival 12th November 1895 Pte. 4th Hampshire Regt. Killed in action, 21 January, 1916. Son of William Jary and Alice Jary (now Nixey) of Norfolk.
JOHNSON Thomas Norman Howard 18th July 1892 Lance Corporal  Devonshire Regiment. Killed on service, 7th October, 1917.  
JUKES Andrew Monro 24th September 1882 St. Bart.'sHosp. M.B., B.S. (Lond.), 1906. M.D., 1908. D.P.H. (Cantab.), 1908. I.M.S., 1909. Capt., 1912. Served in Egypt and Mesopotamia. Died at Suez 18 October, 1918.  
LAMBE Percy 6th September 1884. Left S.T., 1896. Lieutenant 9th Battalion, attached 6th Battalion, The Buffs, (East Kent Regiment). Died 7th November 1915, France.  
LAWRENCE Norman Alan 11th June 1895 Left M.T., 1912.
Shooting VIII, 1912. 1 bis, Rue Sadi Carnot, Asneires, Seine,

Second Lieutenant, 16th Squadron, Royal Flying Corps and Royal Fusiliers. Killed in action, 30th April 1917, France.

LECHLER Fred Gordon 22nd October 1885 Assoc. XI, 1901-2. Tea and Coffee Planter. 2nd Lieut. 62nd Punjabis Regt., 1915. Died of para-typhoid at Basra 24th September, 1916. son of William Inde Lechler and Kate Eliza Lechler, of Inglewood Estate, Yercaud, Madras Presidency, India
LEWIS Arthur Glanmoe 23rd June 1896 2nd Lieut, ist Monmouthshire Regt. Killed in action in France, 12 October, 1915.  
LITTLEWOOD William Oscar 13th March 1895 Pte. Royal Fusiliers. Killed in action in France, 16th July, 1916. Son of Edward William and Priscilla Mary Littlewood of Hadleycote, Stevenage, Hertfordshire
MACDONNELL Colla Ian 19th April 1887 Served as 2nd Lt. 4th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment. Died 9th October 1917. Commemorated on Tyne Cot Memorial. Son of the late Frederick Vickers MacDonnell & Helen P. MacDonnell.
MACKENZIE Frederick Boyce 3rd May 1893 School Capt., 1910-11. Cricket XI, 1909-10-11. Capt. R.G.A. Accidentally burnt to death in New Forest, June, 1918. Son of B J Mackenzie of Tunbridge Wells; husband of Mildred Mackenzie of Bramdean, Stonegate, Ticehurst, Sussex
MACKENZIE Ian Hume Townsend 28th September 1898 Cricket XI,, 1913. R.M.C., Sandhurst. 2nd Lieut. Highland L.I. Died in England, 12th November 1918. Son of Boyce John and Susanna T MacKenzie of 30 Court Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent.
MASTER Harold Onslow 10th March 1880 3rd Officer with P. & O.S.N. Co. Lieut. R.N.R., H.M.S. Indefatigable, 1914-16. Killed in Battle of Jutland 31st May, 1916. Youngest son of Mrs C G Master, of 25 Oxford Square, Hyde Park, London and the late C G Master, C.S.I.
MAY Sinclair Bennitt 10th March 1898 Pte. Australian Infantry. Killed in action in France, 4 October, 1916. Son of Colin Macgregor Edward and Mabel May of Nelson House, Staverton, Totnes, Devon.
MAYNARD Hugh Charles 15th January 1876 With the Eastern Cable Co. till 1904. Asst. Resident, Northern Nigeria, 1906. 2nd Lieut. K.R.R.C. (S.R.), 1914. Capt., 1915.Coldstream Guards, 1916. Killed in action in France, 16 September, 1916. Husband of Frances Mary Bower (formerly Maynard), of Burnell House, Windsor
MCCORMICK John Hugh Gardiner 3rd March 1886 2nd Lieut. R. Warwick Regt. (S.R.), 1906. Lieut., 1909 ; Capt. Died of wounds, 19th October, 1914. Son of Sam McCormick and Emily McCormick, of Shandon, Monkstown, Co. Dublin.
MCIVER Kenneth Patrick John 17th March 1890 Assoc. XI, 1907-8. (Capt., 1908.) Hockey XI, 1908. Lieut. 2nd Nigeria Regt. Died of wounds in the Cameroons, 26th January 1916.  
MCRAE Archibald William 29th October 1979 R.M.C., Sandhurst. 2nd Lieut. West Yorks Regt., 1900. Lieut.1901. 14th Sikhs, 1902. Capt., 1909. Mentioned in Dispatches.Killed in action in the Dardanelles, 4th June, 1915. Son of the late Colonel John Graham McRae (Bombay Staff Corps) and of Mrs McRae, of Brightling Mount, Robertsbridge, Sussex
MEADWAY Brian Wilton 17th September 1895 Lieut. R.A.F. Accidentally killed while flying, 4 June, 1918. Son of George Henry and Minnie Meadway of Heathlands, Chadwell Heath, Essex.
MEE George Hamilton 20th December 1880 Lieut. 6th East Yorkshire Regt. Killed in action in Dardanelles 26th August, 1915.  
METCALF Arthur George 19th July 1894 Pte. 19th Royal Fusiliers. Killed in action in Flanders, 25 November, I 9 I 5. Son of Henry and Kate Metcalf of 7 Clyde Road, Addiscombe, Croydon.
MIERS Richard Henry Probyn 12th June 1873 Civil and Mining Engineer. S.A. War (medal). Capt., 1914.Served in Egypt. Mentioned in Dispatches. R.F.C., 1917.Killed while flying, 12 December, 1918. (CWGC says 12th December 1917)  
MILLS Robert Cecil Lloyd 27th June 1895 2nd Lieut. 3rd Batt. Northants Regt. Died while home on leave, 28 February, 1919.  
MOLES Percival Fitz-Patrick 13th October 1899 Sergt. R.A.F. Died 9 October, 1919  
MOOJEN Walter Lenox 12th February 1896 Whitgift Grammar School. Pte. Royal Fusiliers. Killed on the Somme, 17 February, 1917. Son of Walter and Alice Mary Moojen, of Homestead, Hawthorn Road, Wallington, Surrey
NEWMAN Robert 12th December 1894 Shooting VIII, 1912. Pte. R. Fusiliers, 1914. 2nd Lieut. R.F.C. Accidentally killed while flying at Thetford, Norfolk, 27 May, 1916.  
NOYES Claude Robert Barton 6th November 1888 Trin. Coll., Dublin. B.A. Pte. Royal Fusiliers, 1914. 2nd Lieut. 15th Lancashire Fusiliers. Killed in action, 1 July, 1916.  
NOYES Harry Francis Golding 13th October 1879 School Capt., 1898-9. Cricket XI, 1898-9. (Capt., 1899.) Assoc. XI, 1897-8-9. (Capt., 1898-9.) Payne-Smith Scholar,1899. Caius Coll., Camb. B.A. (Nat. Sc. Trip.), 1902. M.B.,B.C. (Camb.), 1906. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1906. London Hospital. Capt. R.A.M.C., 1914. Died at Bombay, 5th September, 1916.  
OPENSHAW Harold Michael 9th November 1889 2nd Lieut. Norfolk Regt., 1909. Lieut. Died of wounds received at Mons, 28th August, 1914. Son of Lieut-Col and Mrs B D Openshaw of Fairlawn, 11 Christchurch Road, Winchester. Originally buried at Thulin New Cemetery, but whose grave is now lost.
OSBURN Francis Cecil Trousdale 12th September 1898 Killed on service, 17 May, 1917. Son of Paymr. Capt. Francis W Osburn, R.N., and Ethel Mary, his wife, of Norwood Lodge, Weeley, Essex. Native of St Osyth, Essex.
PARSONS Victor George 22nd May 1897 Cricket XI, 1914. Assoc. XI, 1914. R.M.C., Sandhurst, 1915 (Nomination). Dispatch Rider R.E. Killed 20 May, 1916. Son of the Reverend William Henry and Evelyn Parsons of St Johns Vicarage, Tunbridge Wells, Kent.
PENNINGTON William Herbert 18th August 1870 2nd Lieut.K.O.S.B., 1892. Lieut. Indian S.C., 1893. Capt. Indian Army,1901. Major, 1910. Tirah Campaign, 1897-8. Medal (2 clasps). Killed in action in East Africa, 1915. Son of the late General Sir Charles R Pennington, K.C.B.: husband of Florence H Pennington, of South Weald, Essex.
PLUMPTRE Basil Pemberton 31st March 1883 School Capt., 1901-2. Assoc. XI, 1901. Hockey XI, 1902. Shooting VIII, 1902. Payne-Smith Scholar, 1902. Emmanuel College, Cambbridge. Sizarship. B.A. (2nd CI. Class. Trip.), 1905. Ridley Hall. Ordained 1906. C.F. M.C., 1916. Killed in action in France, 16th July, 1917. Son of the Reverend Charles P and Clara Plumptre, of 11 South Park, Sevenoaks, Kent
POWER Herbert 14th March 1886 2nd Lieut. Northants Regt., 1906. Lieut., 1908. Capt. and Adjt. Killed in action at Neuve Chapelle, 1915.  
PRING Basil Crompton 16th September 1888 Trinity College, Cambridge. Pte. P.S. Batt. Middlesex Regt., 1914. 2nd Lieut. Worcester Regt. Lieut. M.G. Corps. Killed in France, 1st July 1916.  
RAILSTON Spencer Julian Wilfred 8th January 1891 2nd Lieut, (unatt.), 1907. Lieut. Indian Army, 1909. Attached 4th Dragoon Guards. Killed in action 31 October, 1914. Son of Colonel H E Railston (late The Cameronians) and Mrs Railston.
RANDALL Charles Barton 8th September 1889 Bradley Agric. Coll. Lieut. R.F.A. Died from wounds in France, 31st July, 1917. Son of John and Mathilde J A Randall of Lansdowne Crescent, Notting Hill, London.
RAYMOND Edward Wetherall Hunter 20th October 1890 Cheltenham. R.M.C, Sandhurst, 1908. 2nd Lieut. R. Innis. Fus., 1910. Lieut. Died of wounds, 29th May 1915.  
RAYNER Edward 10th September 1886 Hockey XI, 1905. Pembroke College, Cambridge. B.A. (ist CI. Nat. Sc. Trip.), 1908. Nat. Sc. Exhibitioner, 1908. St. Thomas's Hospital. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1912. M.B. and B.C. (Cantab), F.R.C.S., 1913. R.N. Div. Engineers, 1914. Surgeon, H.M.S. Vanguard, 1916. Killed in the Vanguard explosion, 9 July, 1917.  
RIGBY Richard Clive 22nd October 1886 Haileybury. Lieut. Bombay Vol. Art. Died from accident in Calcutta, 5 April, 1915.  
ROSE Ronald Henry Toon 19th April 1890 Shooting VIII, 1907-8-9. Capt., 1908-9. Magdalen College, Oxon. Lieut. 6th Batt. Bedfordshire Regt. Killed at Arras, 28th April, 1917  
ROSLING Alan Percy 5th December 1897 R.M.C., Sandhurst, 1915. 2nd Lieut. Worcestershire Regt. Killed in action in France, 4 March, 1917.  
RUSSEL Arthur Richard 6th March 1895 Lieut. 2nd Norfolk Regt. Killed in action in Mesopotamia, 24 December, 1915. Son of Thomas Clarkson Russel and Elizabeth Russel of 149 Morton Gardens, Wallington, Surrey. Born at Brighton, Sussex.
RYDE John Tetcomb 18th May 1883 2nd Lieut., 4th Batt. Bedfordshire Regt. Killed in action in France, 8th May, 1917.  
SCHURR Cecil Albert 15th December 1887 Central Tech. Coll., London. Electrical Engineer. Pte. R.N.A.S., 1914; Lieut., December, 1915. Died from enteric fever, 27 June, 1916. Son of Mr and Mrs Schurr, of Terwick, Hants; husband of Dorothy M Baker (formerly Schurr), of Blair Lodge, West Malling, Kent.
SCOTT-SMITH Eric Henry 16th February 1895 Clifton College. 2nd Lieut. R.E. Died from dysentery, Mediterranean Expedition, 29th October, 1915. Son of the Hon. Justice H Scott-Smith of Lahore, Punjab, India. Born at Sialkot, Punjab. Educated at Clifton College.
SEALY-KING Charles 18th August 1894 2nd Lieut. R. Munster Fusiliers, 1912 ; Lieut., 1914. Killed in action near Neuve Chapelle, 9 May, 1915. Son of Charles Sealy-King and Beatrice Sealy-King of Richmount, Bandon, Co. Cork
SEMPLE John Herbert 3rd August 1893 Corporal 12th London Regt. Died of wounds at Rouen, 27th May, 1915 Son of Florence I Ellis (formerly Semple) of Court House Lodge, Woodside Park, London, and the late Herbert Semple.
SHAW Edward Lockhart 19th September 1889 Campbell Coll., Belfast. Went to California. Returned to enlist. 2nd Lieut. 9th West Surrey Regt. Killed by a shell at Ovillers, 5th  August, 1916. Son of Charles and Esther Shaw, of Ireland; husband of Gwendoline Shaw, of 1124 N, Stoneman Avenue, Alhambra, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.
SHIRREFF Francis Gordon 10th October 1881 Merchant Taylors' School. Exhibitioner. Exeter College, Oxon. 2nd Lieut. R. Berkshire Regt., 1915. Killed in France, 1st July, 1916. Son of the late Reverend F A P Shirreff, Vicar of Sparsholt-cum-Kingstone Lisle, Berkshire and E L Shirreff (nee Davidson).
SHUTTLEWORTH Robert George 24th October 1881 Cricket XI, 1899. R.M.C., Sandhurst. 2nd Lieut. R. Warwick Regt., 1901. Lieut., 1902. Indian Army (110th Mahratta L.I.), 1904. Capt., 1910. S.A. War. Queen's Medal (2 clasps). Major (attached) R. Warwick Regt., 1914. Mentioned in Dispatches. Killed in action in the Dardanelles, 10th August, 1915. Son of Allen T and Laura Shuttleworth; husband of Violet Walters, of Persfield, Ewell, Surrey (now Mrs R T H Mackenzie)
SMALL Arnold 20th November 1882 2nd Lieut. Middlesex Regt. Killed in action in France, 12th April 1917. Son of the Reverend Henry and Mary Harriet Small, of 13 Rylett Road, Shepherds Bush, London, formerly of St Thomas Vicarage, Shepherds Bush.
STACEY Ernest George Hewlett 10th September 1894 Assoc. XI, 1911. Hockey XI, 1911. Australian Imperial Force. Died in Hospital, 21st June, 1916.  
SUMMERHAYES John Alexander 27th November 1898 Capt. R. Inniskilling Fusiliers. Killed in action in France, 27 August, 1918. Son of John Orlando Summerhayes and Lucy Summerhayes of Redholme, Thame, Oxfordshire
TALLENT Albert Cecil 26th July 1896 2nd Lieut. R.F.A. Accidentally killed while flying near Shrewsbury, 4 November, 1917. Son of Albert Charles and Alice Maud Tallent of Thursby 37 Lordship Park, Stoke Newington, London
TATE Charles Bernard 29th December 1888 Capt. 15th Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles. Killed. 1st July, 1916. Son of the late John Tate, of Rantalard, Belfast.
TAYLOR Joseph Bertram 25th August 1898 Left L.T. 1913. Lieut. 82nd Sqdn. Royal Flying Corps, killed in action, 28th March 1918, a victim of Manfred von Richthofen.  
THACKERAY Frederick Rennell 24th March 1892 Assoc. XI, 1910. R.M.C, Sandhurst. 2nd Lieut. West Riding Regt., 1912. Lieut. M.C Mentioned in Dispatches. Killed in action near Ypres, 18 April, 1915. Son of Col. F R Thackeray, R.A., and Mary Thackeray of Fleet, Hampshire.
TILLEY Oswald 23rd November 1895 Pte. 5th London Regt. Died of wounds, 27 April, 1915. Son of Frederick Charles and Fanny Best Tilley of Bolton Villa, The Cliffs, Southend-on-Sea, Essex.
TODD Valentine Otto 14th February 1884 Left M.T. 1900. Captain 1st Battalion, King's Own (Royal Lancaster) Regiment. Died 9th April 1917, FRance.
Son of Col. and Mrs. O. Todd; husband of Mrs. M. Stuart Nicholson (formerly Todd).
TRIPP Arthur Reginald 21st December 1877 Left S.T., 1889. Sergeant "A" Company, 27th Battalion, Canadian Infantry. Died 27th September 1916. Son of Robert Henry and Eliza Ann Tripp; husband of E. Anne Tripp, of 16, Southernhay East, Exeter, England. Born at Melksham, Wilts, England. Enlisted at Winnipeg, in September, 1914, and went to France, September,1915.
TRUMAN Guy William 28th May 1896 Pte. 5th London Regt. Died of wounds, April, 1915.(CWGC gives date of death as 13th May 1915)  
TUDOR Douglas Courtenay 9th July 1891 Royal Navy. Midshipman, 1908. Lieut. Killed in action on H.M.S. Good Hope off Chile, 1st November, 1914. Son of Admiral Henry M T Tudor and Augusta Frances Courtenay Tudor, of Burnham, Shalford, Surrey.
TUGWELL Lewen 31st August 1892 Enlisted C.E.F. Private 11th Royal Irish Fusiliers, 1914. Died of wounds, 15th May 1915. Son of Mary W Tugwell of 30 Frenchay Road, Oxford, and the late Reverend Canon Tugwell (former Rector of Stapleford Abbotts, Essex.
TUPMAN Arthur Lyon 7th January 1899 R.M.C., Sandhurst, 1916. 2nd Lieut. Sherwood Foresters, 1918 (att. R.A.F.). Killed in action, 22 August, 1918. Son of Lieut-Col J A Tupman (R.M.L.I.) of Ingleside, Walmer, Kent
UNDERWOOD John Middleton 29th June 1895 Driver R.F.A., 1914; 2nd Lieut., 1915. Killed in action at Ginchy, France, 9 November, 1916. Son of Charles Craddock Underwood and Katherine Anne Underwood of Goodrest, Somerset Road, Ealing, London.
VALINTINE Rudolf 14th May 1878 Cricket XI 1897. Served in S.A. War with Warwick Imp. Yeo. Medal (4 clasps). Lieut, and Q.M. Warwick Yeo. (T.F.). Capt. Warwickshire Regt. Mentioned in Dispatches. Died of wounds in Palestine, November 12th 1917. Son of Major and Mrs Ambrose Valintine (nee Russell); husband of Caroline Pearson (formerly Valintine), of Heath End, Snitterfield, Stratford-on-Avon.
VENABLES Aubrey William 26th February 1887 St. Mary's Hosp., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1913. Capt.R.A.M.C., 1915. Killed in action in France, 2nd October 1916. Son of William Henry and Annie Venables of 129 Fordwych Road, Cricklewood, London
VERNON Roger 27th October 1893 Cricket XI, 1911-12. Assoc. X I , 1911. Hockey XI, 1912. Rubber planting in Malay States, 1913-15. 2nd Lieut. Somerset L.I., 1915. Killed in action in France, 14 May, 1916. Son of the Reverend F W Vernon, sometime vicar of Ramgeworthy, Gloucestershire and Edith S H Vernon of Weatheroak, Alvechurch, Birmingham, Warwickshire.
VINCENT Seymour Lewington 15th December 1890 Lieut. Army Educational Corps. Shot in Ireland by the I.R.A., 26th May, 1921.  
WARBURTON Piers Acton Eliot 12th February 1885 Sapper N.Z. Expeditionary Force. Died of wounds at the Dardanelles, 7 May, 1915. Son of George Eliot Warburton and Isabel Warburton of 97 Alkexandra Street, Palmerston North, Wellington, New Zealand.
WATSON Edward Baker 18th August 1880 Second Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF. Died 27th June 1916, France.
Son of George & Mary Watson. Native of London, England.
WEBBER The Rev. William Farel 14th April 1885 Cricket XI, 1903-4. Hockey XI, 1902-3-4. Shooting VIII, 1904.Class. Exhibn. Jesus College, Oxon., 1904. Squire Scholar, 1905. 3rd CI. Lit. Hum., 1908. 3rd CI. Theo. Hon., 1909. B.A., 1909.Ordained 1910. Curate of Christ Church, East Greenwich, 1910. Chaplain R.N., May, 1914. Killed in action on board H.M.S.Black Prince, at Jutland, 31st May, 1916. Son of Harry and Kathleen Webber, of 86 Sandridge Road, St Albans, Hertfordshire. Born in Paris.
WEBSTER Edwin Wentworth 9th January 1880 Cricket XI, 1896-7-8. Payne-Smith Scholar, 1898. Wadham Coll., Oxon. Class. Scholar, 1898. ist CI. Mods., 1900. Taylorian Schol. in German, 1901. B.A. (ist CI. Lit. Hum.), 1902. M.A., 1906. Fellow of Wadham College, Oxford, 1903. John Locke Univ. Schol. for Mental Philosophy. Capt. 13th Batt. K.R.R. Mentioned in Dispatches. Killed in action in France, 9 April, 1917 Son of the late Reverend Wentworth Webster and Theka Laura Webster.
WESLEY-LONG Wellesley Tynley 3rd March 1895 Pte. Canadian Infantry. Killed in action in France, 11 October, 1918. Son of Dr D S Wesley-Long, M.D.
WHATFORD Stuart Lumley 23rd July 1879 Cricket XI, 1896. 2nd Lieut. Yorks. Regt., 1902 (from Mil). Lieut., 1904. Capt., 1910. C.M.G. D.S.O. and bar. Mentioned in Dispatches. Lieut-Col. Killed on service 29th August, 1918. Son of Jack Henry Whatford and Emily Rose Whatford.
WHITE Edward Geoffrey 15th September 1892 Private Australian Infantry. Killed on service, 28th June, 1915. Son of Dr Edward Alexander White and Mabelle White, of Margate, Kent.
WILCOX Kenneth Theodore Dunbar 24th December 1894 2nd Lieut. Royal West Surrey Regiment. Killed on service, 8th November, 1915. Son of the Reverend Alfed G Wilcox, M.A., C.F., Vicar of St George's, Battersea Park Road, London, SW (Senior Chaplin of XV (Scottish) Division and the Highland Division) and Mrs A G Wilcox. Formerly King's Scholar of Westminster School and Westminster Exhibitioner of Christ Church, Oxford
WILCOX Percy Stacey 3rd June 1898 Assoc. XI, 1916. Hockey XI, 1916. 2nd Lieut. R.F.A. Killed in action in France, 23 March, 1918. Son of Mr C P Wilcox of Waterdell, Watford, Hertfordshire.
WINTON John Hubert 27th December 1897 Pte. Northumberland Fusiliers, 1914. 2nd Lieut., 1915. Killed in action, 7 July, 1916. Son of John Thomas and Mary Winton of 13 King Street, Ramsgate, Kent. Born at Wooler, Northumberland.
WRIGHT Robert John Despard 15th June 1892 Assoc. XI, 1910. Shooting VIII (Capt.), 1911. Class. Exhibitioner Sid.-Suss. Coll., Camb. Schoolmaster. Rifleman L.R.B. Died a prisoner in Germany,  4 September, 1918. Son of the Reverend and Mrs W H Wright.

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