D'ALROY, Frank. 1822. Corporal. Discharged 11/04/1918.
DAVIDSON, William. 416811. Private, Private Labour Corps 5195
DAVIES, Albert A. 630. Private. Enlisted 25/08/1914 and discharged 6/04/1916 due to sickness. Awarded Silver War Badge 65183 and served overseas.
DAVIES, William Stanley. Second LieutenantDEELEY, Frank Glover. 1188. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant with a Service Battalion, South Staffordshire Regiment attached Gloucestershire Regiment later Lancashire Fusiliers 40554. Served in France 4/05/1916 to Aug 1917. Awarded Distinguished Conduct Medal, 1914/15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal. Serving in South Staffordshire Regiment in 1921. Applied for medals from West Bromwitch, South Staffordshire, born 4/07/1888 in Staffordshire and died there in Mar 1967 spent time pre-war in Chile. Civilian portrait photograph shown circa pre-war.
DEMPSEY, Earl Ford. 1968. Private 2KEH. Private Tank Corps 112095.DEVELIN, Robert H. 963. Serjeant and founding member of 2nd KEH. Discharged 17/12/1919. 1914/15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal sold at auction by Spink & Son, London in July 2017.
DE VERTEUIL, Maurice. 1356. Private, Private Tank Corps 302867, Corporal Northumberland Fusiliers 40119 Lance Corporal.
DIXSON, William J. 663. Private. Commissioned Royal East Kent Regiment 21/09/1915.DICKSON-HILL, John. 150. Private. KIA 23/05/1915 at the Battle of Festubert. Commemorated on Le Touret Memorial, France.
DIGHT, Alfred. 474. Acting Squadron Quarter Master Serjeant. Commissioned Wiltshire Yeomanry 6/09/1916.
DIXON, John B. 1603. Private. Commissioned Montgomery Yeomanry 5/12/1918.
DODDS, Reginald Charles. 1562. Private 2KEH. Private 10th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers 39906, Private Lancashire Fusiliers 40553, Private 11th Tank Corps 302777. Entered France 7/07/1915. Anglo-Argentinian Railway staff. Living In Hounslow, London in 1919. 1914/15 Star medal Trio.
DONALDSON, Roland Mallinson. 1713. Private. Discharged 14/10/1916.
DORMAN, James. 1558. Private 2KEH. Transferred to KEH and promoted to Serjeant 2113. Entered France 14/07/1915 and discharged 21/07/1919. Photograph of British War Medal and Victory medal framed with his KEH cap badge are shown against the KEH Nominal Roll entry for Serjeant James Dorman 2113 courtesy of Margaret Gledhill.
DOUDNEY, Hugh Denslan. 123. Private. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant then Captain, Royal Fusiliers 12/05/1918.
DOUGALL, Alfred Baudraz. 1586. Private. Commissioned 2KEH 28/08/1917.DOUGHTY, Frederick Stanley. 1504. Private. KIA aged 27. Husband of Ethel Florence Doughty of 26 Bishopstrow, Warminster, Wiltshire. Buried in BROWN'S ROAD MILITARY CEMETERY, FESTUBERT, France.
DOUGLASS, George Cecil. 1147. Private. Commissioned Second Lieutenant then Lieutenant 3rd Battalion, Northamptonshire Regiment 21/01/1916.
DOWDY, James E. 1211. Private. Discharged 14/12/1918.
DOWLING, Terence Patrick. 1369. Private. Commissioned 1st/5th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders 23/04/1916 as a Second Lieutenant then Lieutenant.
DOYLE, Edward John. 1410. Private. Commissioned 3rd Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment 15/10/1918.DRIVER, William 1599. Private. Died of illness 30/04/1917. Entered France 5/07/1915. Born 1880 in Norfolk, UK and is buried in Rathcooney Cemetery, Glanmire, County Cork, Ireland.
DUMOULIN, Charles A. 1354. Private. Entered France 5/09/1915. Commissioned Essex Regiment 29/01/1918.
DUNBAR, Frederick Digby. 106. Serjeant later Acting Staff Serjeant Major. Discharged 16/11/1918.
DUNERE, Charles C. 1742. Private. Commissioned Royal Engineers 12/03/1916.
DUNN, Ralph Ellis. 1413. Private. Commissioned 1st Battalion Somerset Light Infantry 13/03/1916.
DURRANT, Ward. 728. Private. Commissioned 2/2nd Lovat Scouts 1/01/1916.
DUTCH, Ernest J. 675. Private. Commissioned 14th Battalion Royal Fusiliers 3/01/1916DUUS, William Hanson. 892. Private, born in the UK and KIA 23/05/1915 aged 31 at the Battle of Festubert. Commemorated on Le Touret Memorial, France.DRIVER, William. 1599. Private. Died of illness 30/04/1917. Born 1880 in Norfolk, UK and is buried in Rathcooney Cemetery, Glanmire, County Cork, Ireland.