First World War (1914-1918)



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Abrahams, Arthur Charles Lionel, 1898-1918

  • GB-2014-WSA-01903
  • Person
  • 1898-1918

Abrahams, Arthur Charles Lionel, only son of Sir Lionel Abrahams, K.C. B., of Bayswater, sometime Assistant Under-Secretary of State, India Office, by Lucy, daughter of Nathan Solomon Joseph, of Bayswater, architect; b. Jan. 22, 1898; adm. as a non-resident K.S. Sept. 28, 1911 (G); elected to Ch. Ch. Oxon. July 1916; 2nd Lieut. Coldstream Guards Aug. 24, 1916; went out to the western front in Feb. 1917, and joined the 3rd Batt. of his regiment there; Lieut. Dec. 1, 1917; killed in action at Merville April 13, 1918; unm.

Addis, Thomas Henry Liddon, 1897-1918

  • GB-2014-WSA-01950
  • Person
  • 1897-1918

Addis, Thomas Henry Liddon, son of the Rev. William Edward Addis, Vicar of All Saints, with Holy Trinity, Knightsbridge, by Mary Rachel, daughter of Robert Flood, of Sydenham, Kent; b. Aug. 24, 1897; adm. Sept. 28, 1911 (H); left July 1915; 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. (extra Reserve) Royal Dublin Fusiliers July 9, 1915; Lieut. July 1, 1917; was wounded in the Dublin insurrection April 27, 1916; went out to the western front July 12, 1916, and was wounded at Lelonguet July 24; killed in action near Peronne March 21, 1918; unm.

Aglionby, Arthur Hugh, 1885-1918

  • GB-2014-WSA-01987
  • Person
  • 1885-1918

Aglionby, Arthur Hugh, brother of John Orfeur Aglionby (q.v.); b. Nov. 4, 1885; adm. Sept. 28, 1899 (A); left July 1905; Corpus Coll. Oxon., matric. Michaelmas 1905; 1st Cl. Lit. Hum. 1908; B.A. 1908; M.A. 1912; an assistant master at preparatory schools at St. Andrews and at Bournemouth, and subsequently at Trinity College School, Port Hope, Ontario, Canada; 2nd Lieut. Dorsetshire R.G.A., No. 1 Co., April 4, 1912; returned home from Canada in July 1914; Lieut. R.G.A. Dec. 1, 1914, Capt. (acting) Aug. 26, 1917; Major (acting) May 29, 1918; went out to the western front in Sept. 1916 and served with the 174th, 244th, and 219th Siege Batteries, being in command of the last at the time of his death; M.C. Jan. 1, 1919; d. at the second Canadian C. C. S. at Roubaix Nov. 7, 1918, of wounds received in action at Moen, near the Scheidt, on the same day; unm.

Anderson, Laurence, 1874-1915

  • GB-2014-WSA-02138
  • Person
  • 1874-1915

Anderson, Laurence, eldest son of William Anderson, F.R.C.S., of St. Marylebone; b. July 25, 1874; adm. Jan. 18, 1888 (H); left. July 1892; Ch. Ch. Oxon., matric. Oct. 14, 1892; B.A. 1895; went into business in Eastern Asia, but returned home on the outbreak of the war; 2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. Lincolnshire Regt. Sept. 19, 1914, attached 1st Batt.; served on the western front; killed in action in France Oct. 11, 1915; unm.

Ash, William Claudius Casson, 1870-1916

  • GB-2014-WSA-02292
  • Person
  • 1870-1916

Ash, William Claudius Casson, elder son of William Henry Ash, of Heathfield, Sussex, by Mary Esther, daughter of Joseph Wellington Casson, of Dublin; b. Feb. 6, 1870; adm. Sept. 28, 1883 (D); migrated up Rigaud's; left July 1888; entered the Militia; 2nd Lieut. 2nd Batt. The Duke of Cambridge's Own (The Middlesex Regt.) Sept. 28, 1892; Lieut. July 31, 1895; Capt. March 14, 1900; served in the South African War 1902; Adjutant 5th Batt. Jan. 13, 1902- Jan. 12, 1907; Major April 1, 1909; temp. Lieut.-Col. Dec. 30, 1914 - Feb. 7, 1915; temp. Lieut.-Col. commanding 23rd (Service) Batt. of his Regt. Oct. 30, 1915; went out to the western front Nov. 4, 1914, was wounded at Loos Sept. 25, 1915, and invalided home; returned to the front May 3, 1916; mentioned in despatches L. G. Jan. 1, 1916, and Jan. 4, 1917; D.S.O. Jan. 1, 1916; m. March 1, 1894, Edith Learoyd, second daughter of Edward Wright Barnett, of Selly Oak; d. at Etaples Sept. 29, 1916, of wounds received at Fiers Sept. 15.

Ashwin, Manley Frederic, 1887-1918

  • GB-2014-WSA-02323
  • Person
  • 1887-1918

Ashwin, Manley Frederic, son of the Rev. Edward Godfrey Ashwin, Rector of Earl Stonham, Norfolk, by Blanche Milly, eldest daughter of William Frederick Morgan, of Forest Hill; b. June 2, 1887; adm. from Dulwich School as K.S. Sept. 26, 1901; left July 1904; Pembroke Coll. Camb., matric. Michaelmas 1906; B.A. 1909; M.A. 1914; Salisbury Theol. Coll. 1909; ordained 1910; curate of the Pembroke Coll. Mission at Newington, Surrey, 1910-12, of Wimbledon, Surrey, 1912-3, of St. Peter's, Southsea, Hants, from 1913; m. Sept. 25, 1913, Marjorie Edith. daughter of Arthur Charles Morgan; d. at Warley Military Hospital Dec. 19, 1918.

Batley, Ralph Cecil, 1862-1917

  • GB-2014-WSA-02855
  • Person
  • 1862-1917

BATLEY, RALPH CECIL, brother of John Armytage Batley (qv); b. 2 Dec 1862; adm. (G) 26 Jan 1872; left Aug 1881; Trinity Coll. Cambridge, adm. pens. 10 Oct 1881, matr. Mich. 1881; BA and LLB 1884; adm. Lincoln’s Inn 26 Jan 1882; adm. solicitor 1887; went out to South Africa; served in Matabele War, 1893, with Salisbury Horse, and with Rhodesian Horse in rising of 1895-7; returned to England 1897; commissioned Dorset Yeomanry 17 Nov 1897; served with Imperial Yeomanry in South African War 1900-1; wounded at Diamond Hill 12 Jun 1900; afterwards employed as Civil Commissioner for Pretoria and district; Hon. Capt. in Army 26 Jul 1901; despatches L. G. 10 Sep 1901; Maj., Dorset Yeomanry, 12 Apr 1902; medically unfit for foreign service when regiment ordered to Gallipoli, and given command of 3rd line Dorset Yeomanry battalion; res. on account of ill-health 24 Jan 1917; TD 1917; m. 14 Jun 1904 Mabel Gwynnedd Terry, youngest dau. of Arthur James Lewis, Moray Lodge, Campden Hill, Kensington; d. 23 Oct 1917.

Bell, James Donald Allen, 1888-1918

  • GB-2014-WSA-02994
  • Person
  • 1888-1918

Bell, James Donald Allen, brother of George Kennedy Allen Bell (q.v.); b. March 12, 1888; adm. Sept. 26, 1901 (H); left Dec. 1903; a clerk in the office of the Royal Exchange Assurance Co. 1907-12; went to Norfolk Island in the Western Pacific on behalf of the Melanesian Mission in Aug. 1913, returned home in 1915, and in the following year enlisted in the 22nd (Reserve) Batt. of the King's Royal Rifles; went out with the 10th Batt. to the western front in Sept. 1916; returned home in Feb. 1917, on being recommended for a commission; in hospital with a frost-bitten hand until April; 5th Officer Cadet Corps April - Aug.; 2nd Lieut. 6th Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers Aug. 29; returned to the western front in Oct. 1917; m. Aug. 9, 1913, Lilian Graham, elder daughter of Cassanet Barker Donne, of Wimbledon, Surrey; killed in action at Templeux, near Roisel, March 21, 1918.

Besson, Frank (Cisco), 1895-1915

  • GB-2014-WSA-03195
  • Person
  • 1895-1915

Besson, Frank (Cisco), son of Anthony and Martha Besson, of London; b. Dec. 16, 1895; adm. April 28, 1910 (R); left Dec. 1914; Flight Sub-Lieut. R.N.A.S. Dec. 21, 1914; gazetted after his death Lieut. Jan. 1, 1916; served at Dunkirk Aug. 1915; went out to the Dardanelles Sept. 9, 1915; drowned off the Gallipoli Peninsula whilst on reconnaisance patrol, his machine being brought down in the sea by the enemy, and his observer captured, Dec. 20, 1915; unm.

Biddulph, Victor Roundell George, 1897-1916

  • GB-2014-WSA-03229
  • Person
  • 1897-1916

Biddulph, Victor Roundell George, only son of George Tournay Biddulph, of Petersham, Surrey, banker, by Lady Sarah Wilfreda Palmer, youngest daughter of Roundell, 1st Earl of Selborne; b. May 24, 1897; adm. Sept. 28, 1911 (G); left Easter 1914; joined the Inns of Court O. T. C. April 8, 1915; 2nd Lieut. 5th Batt. (Reserve) the Rifle Brigade Aug. 11, 1915; went out to the western front July 12, 1916, and was attached 8th Batt.; killed in action on the Somme Sept. 15, 1916; unm.

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