BRUNTON, Preston. 52. KIA 25/05/1915 aged 33 at the Battle of Festubert. Son of Fred S. and Mary Brunton of 29 Twickenham Road, Teddington, Middlesex; husband of the late Janet Taylor. Commemorated on Le Touret Memorial, France and St. Neot War Memorial, Cornwall, UK.BUCK, Charles W. 1352. Private 2KEH. Private Tank Corps 300485. Born in England in 1886 and died of a war related illness 4/03/1920 in Alberta, Canada (Portrait photograph courtesy of South Peace 298.34 & Imperial War Museum).
BUCKLAND, James A. 1840. Private, Corporal Military Mounted Police P/11922.
BUCKLEY, Charles. 1650. Private, Private Northumberland Fusiliers 61272.
BUCKLEY, Millard. 1142. Private. Private 13th Royal Scots. Commissioned Labour Corps 18/05/1918.
BULL, Percy William. 1293. Private. Discharged 8/03/1916
BURDETT, John, B. 80. Serjeant. Commissioned ? Fusiliers 25/09/1916.
BURKE, Michael L. 1001. Serjeant. Commissioned Second Lieutenant 2KEH 1/10/1915.
BURNETT, Horace E. 1000. Serjeant, Private Machine Gun Corps 25253, Lieutenant
BURROUGHS, John R. 1509. Private, Corporal Tank Corps 302775, Corporal King's Liverpool Regiment 91422.
BURT, David. 960. Private. Commissioned Royal Flying Corps 25/07/1916.
BURTON, Archer R. 1054. Serjeant. Commissioned Royal Field Artillery 30/06/1918.
BURTON, Charles W. 1375. Private. Commissioned 6th Battalion Royal Fusiliers 26/06/1917.
BUTLER, . Second Lieutenant. Arrived Merris, France 28/06/1915 from Reserve Cavalry Regiments in England.