TABUTEAU, Frederick. 1596. Private KEH. Enlisted 7/05/1916 and entered France 2/07/1915. Transferred as Private, Labour Corps 466866. Discharged 22/05/1918. Born in 1879 and resided in Cork, Ireland post-war. Awarded Silver War Badge 390778. Entitled to 1914/15 Star named to Labour Corps.

TALBOT, Leonard L. 1015. Serjeant 2KEH. Entered France 5/05/1915. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant, Reserve Brigade Royal Field Artillery 10/05/1915. Entitled to 1914/15 Star trio.

TAYLOR, Charles Walter. 673. Sergeant 2KEH. Enlisted at White City, London. Entered France 4/05/1915. KIA 3/01/1916 aged 29, shot through the heart whilst on a working party. Son of Walter and Alice L. Taylor of 17 Cromford Road, Wirksworth, Derbyshire. Buried in BERKS CEMETERY EXTENSION, Belgium. Entitled to 1914/15 Star Medal trio with 1914/15 Star named as Private and British War Medal and Victory Medal as Serjeant.  

TAYLOR, Edward G. S. 1830. Private 2KEH. Transferred as Private 85682 1/8th then 2/7th Battalion, King's Liverpool Regiment. Entitled to British War and Victory Medals.

TAYLOR, Edye Cecil. 629 Corporal 2KEH. Enlisted 25/08/1914 in White City, London and entered France 5/05/1915. Transferred as Corporal 1st/7th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers 61236 then Corporal 11th Battalion, Tank Corps 302780. Severely wounded with gun shot wound to the right foot sustained 24/05/1915. Born 18/04/1870 in Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia and died in 1940 un• North Sydney, New South Wales British War Medal named to E. G. Taylor K.Edw.H on electronic auction site in the UK May 2020.

TAYLOR, James Nichols. 1223. Private 2KEH. Entered France 5/05/1915. Commissioned Second Lieutenant, Royal Garrison Artillery 24/08/1917. Lieutenant Lincolnshire Yeomanry. Applied for 1914/15 Star trio from Victoria, British Columbia.

TAYLOR, Percy Charles. 1805. Lance Corporal 2KEH. Enlisted in London. Died 13/12/1916 aged 25. Son of Charles and Harriet Taylor, of "Windyridge," Westley, Bury St. Edmund's. Native of King's Lynn. Buried in St. Sever Cemetery Extension Rouen, France. Entitled to British War Medal and Victory Medal.

TENNANT, Charles Percy. 1399. Private 2KEH. Enlisted 3/10/1914 as Gunner, 627 in 'A' Battery, Honourable Artillery Company and joined 2KEH 21/01/1915 discharged 9/06/1915 due to sickness and awarded Silver War Badge 32969. Born in Hull, Yorkshire, England in 29/07/1885 and had prior service in the Royal Navy as an Armourer 1904-1910 and obtained a discharge through purchase.

THOMAS, Albert Victor. 1174. Private 2KEH. Entered France 4/05/1915 as a Private 11th Battalion, Tank Corps 302865 then Private 12th/13th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers 40116. Born 27/07/1883 in Wandsworth, London, England and died 12/11/1966. Applied for 1914/15 Star trio.

THOMAS, Francis (Frank) Henry. 1065. Acting Corporal. Entered France 4/05/1915. Commissioned Royal Fusiliers 29/01/1918. Entitled to 1914/15 Star Medal Trio and applied for medals from an address in Brook Green, London.

THOMPSON, John Blake. 1105. Private KEH. Entered France 5/05/1915. Transferred as Corporal, Northumberland Fusiliers 61199 then commissioned as Second Lieutenant, Army Service Corps. Applied for 1914/15 Star trio from Chile.

THOMPSON, R. B. Second Lieutenant 2KEH. Pair of his Officer's shoulder chains are held in the collection of the National Army Museum.

THOMSON, Alexander Guthrie. 311. Squadron Serjeant Major (SSM). Enlisted White City, London. Entered France 4/05/1915. Died of Wounds 20/06/1915 sustained at Pont Fixe, Le Bassée, France. Born in Methringham, Devon, England. Living in Argentina and was in England at the outbreak of the Great War. Prior service in the Boer War. Taken from The Roll of Honour in the "Activities of the British Community in Argentina During the Great War 1914 - 1919". Buried in BETHUNE TOWN CEMETERY, France. Entitled to 1914/15 Star trio and 1914/15 Star named to SSM and British War and Victory Medals named to WO Class II.  

THOYTS, Harry Newman Morgan. Brevet Colonel Thoyts (often mis-spelt Thoytes), late 8th Hussars, who assumed command of the Reserve Squadron, 2nd KEH (and simultaneously Officer in Command of Kilkenny Barracks), 17/3/1917 named in Figure 160.

THREADKELL, Edwin. Private. Born in Trinidad. 27/06/1917 traveled to England to enlist with 7th Merchant & Planters Contingent. Served in Ireland.

TIBBITS, Thomas (Tom). 911. Private 2KEH. Enlisted in September 1914 as noted in 8/09/1914 press cutting in the 'Market Harborough Advertiser'. Entered France 18/08/1915. Served in Serjeant Cowley's Troop, 2KEH then a Serjeant, Northumberland Fusiliers 61300 and finally commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the 8th Battalion, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment. Awarded 1914/15 Star trio. Accompanying photograph of Private Tibbits, 2KEH from the village of Clipston, Market Harborough on horseback (second from left) with three pals from local sources by W. R. (Bob) H. Hakewill a published local historian in Market Harborough, UK. Photograph incorrectly attributed to Nottinghamshire Yeomanry  in "Around Welland Valley in Old Photographs" collected by Stef Mastoris the then Curator of the Market Harborough Museum.

TITILAH, James. 1823. Private 2KEH. Transferred to KEH as Private 2078. Discharged 15/06/1919. Entitled to British War and Victory Medals.

TOD, Alexander. 1122. Acting Serjeant. Entered France 28/07/1915. Commissioned 4th Reserve Battalion, Hampshire Regiment on 4/09/1916 attached King's African Rifles later Lieutenant. Awarded 1914/15 Star trio and applied for from Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia in 1920 and sent to his brother J. Tod living in Fife, Scotland.

TOMLIN, Alfred Edward. 790. Private 2KEH. Enlisted 28/08/1914 at White City and entered France 4/05/1915. Acting Serjeant Tank Corps 112211. WIA 23/05/1915. Prior service with Bethune's Mounted Infantry (Light Horse) and Imperial Light Horse Volunteers. Resided in Lambeth, London at enlistment at age 35. Discharged 28/03/1919. Entitled to 1914/15 Star trio. Likely to be a brother of Serjeant Henry George Tomlin, 307.

TOMLIN, Henry George. 307. Serjeant 2KEH. Enlisted Aug 1914 and entered France 18/08/1915. Serjeant, 11th Battalion, Tank Corps 302839 then Serjeant, 1st/4th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers 61220. Born 22/01/1893 in Aston Manor, Warwickshire, England and died Sep 1977 in Birmingham, West Midlands, England. Prior service in the Boer war as Saddler, 22292, 80th Company (Sharpshooters), 21st Battalion, Imperial Yeomanry 1901-02. Resided at Hanwell, England on enlistment. Entitled to 1914/15 Star trio. Likely to be a brother of Private Alfred Edward Tomlin, 790.

TOMLINSON, David Mitchell. 75. Private 2KEH. Died of wounds received on active service 13/05/1916. His name was recorded in the General Headquarters Casualty List published in the press on May 22nd, 1916. He was 37 years of age, and his progress in the army had been rapid and striking. He joined as a Private in the 2nd King Edward’s Horse, early in the war and entered France 9/07/1915, and was soon advanced to Lance-Corporal. After 6 months he was awarded a commission in the 13th Battalion Royal Scots and so rapid was his promotion that at the time of his death, 14 months later, he had reached the rank of Major. Son of Thomas and Annie P. Tomlinson, of New Zealand. Mentioned in Despatches. He was educated in New Zealand, and was an Associate in mining of Otago University School of Mines. He also held a B.Sc. in metallurgical engineering of New Zealand University. In 1906, Mr. Tomlinson went to New South Wales in the capacity of assayer at the cyanide works of the Australia Gold Recovery Co. at Lucknow, and remained in the district until 1908, when he went northwards to Queensland to take up an appointment as manager of a gold mine at Gympie, which he held for about a year. He then returned to New South Wales, and while he was there passed the State examination for a certificate as mine manager. His last appointment, which he held from May, 1910, until April, 1914, was that of geologist to the Collbran-Bostwick Development Co. at Doten, Korea. He had been in London for about three months when war broke out and evoked his prompt response to the country’s demand for volunteers. Buried at BETHUNE TOWN CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France. Information courtesy of the Northern Mines Research Society.

TONGE, Reginald Severn. 825. Private 2KEH. Enlisted aged 35 at White City, London on 28/08/1914 and promoted to Serjeant 29/09/1914. Embarked for France 16/11/1915. Prior service noted as a Volunteer A. L on Service Record. Entry in 'Croydon and the Great War' shows he served with the Royal Warwickshire Regiment in the Boer War and was awarded Queen's South Africa Medal with three claps and then joined South African Mounted Constabulary. Transferred to 22nd (Local Reserve) Battalion Royal Fusiliers 20/08/1915 as a Private 237 at own request and promoted to Lance Corporal 20/08/1915. Died of Wounds 17/02/1917. Bought in dead with multiple serious wounds to 1/1 S Mid Casualty Clearing Station. Born in Selhurst, Surrey, England on 8/11/1878 the son of the late Arthur Wellington and Julia Scott Tonge (nee Whitby) from Norwood, London and educated at Sellwood Park College. Lived in Kojonup, Swan, Western Australia in 1906. Buried in Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Extension near Albert, France. Awarded 1914/15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal in addition to 3 clasp QSA. Portrait photograph in Royal Fusiliers uniform available. 

TOWEY, Martin. 1464. Private 2KEH. Enlisted 2/04/1915 and entered France 5/05/1915. Transferred as Private, Army Service Corps (ASC) T/364128 on 25/10/1917. Discharged 20/04/1918. Awarded Silver War Badge 362200. Born in 1895. Entitled to 1914/15 Star trio named to ASC.

TRAVIS, Robert Walter. 1416. Private 2KEH. Entered France 4/05/1915. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant, 15th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment 19/03/1916 later Lieutenant. Mentioned in Despatches. Applied for 1914/15 Star trio from Ravenscourt Park, London.

TRICKETT, Ronald Arthur. 1974. Private 2KEH. Enlisted 30/06/1916. Transferred to KEH as Private 2079 on 17/10/1917 then transferred as Private, Royal Engineers 359811 on 31/01/1918. Discharged 14/03/1919. Born 18/03/1891 in Lancashire, England and died 3/12/1984 in Pinjarra, Western Australia. Rejected by the Australian Imperial Forces he travelled back to England from Pinjarra, Western Australia to enlist in the Royal Field Artillery 24/10/1915 and discharged 8/04/1916. Entitled to British War and Victory Medals. Portrait photograph in 2KEH uniform courtesy of Ancestry.

TRELEAVEN, Conrad V. 1551. Private 2KEH. Entered France 15/07/1915. Commissioned 2/1st Warwickshire Yeomanry 5/12/1916 as a Second Lieutenant later Lieutenant, Indian Army Reserve of Officers. Served as a Lieutenant in the East Surrey Regiment in 1941. Born 15/09/1889 in Balaclava, Saint Elizabeth, Jamaica and died Oct 1969 in Kensington, Greater London, England. Applied for 1914/15 Star Trio from West Kensington, London with British War and Victory Medals issued by Indian Army.

TRINGHAM, Henry Vincent. 1394. Serjeant, Lieutenant King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment. Born in Ceylon 17/02/1984 the son of a well known tea planter. Landed in France 11/08/1915 as a Serjeant in the 2KEH. Commissioned King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment 31/07/1917. He was Mentioned in Despatches by Sir Douglas Haig's on 8/11/1918 and relinquished his commission in March 1920. Returned to Ceylon Jan 1920. Name commemorated on the Kilkenny War Memorial, MacDonagh Station, Dublin Road, Kilkenny, Ireland. Victory Medal in an Australian private collection in 2016.

TRUDGETT, George Douglas. 1584. Private. Entered France 4/07/1915. Transferred to Labour Corps 230731. Discharged 17/03/1919. Likely to have been born in 1872 in Bexleyheath, Kent, England. Entitled to 1914/15 Star trio named to Labour Corps.

TRUNDLE, Charles. 1357. Serjeant. Entered France 5/05/1915. Commissioned 2nd Battalion Reserve Regiment of Cavalry 30/09/1917 as a Second Lieutenant. Applied for 1914/15 Star Trio c/o Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Ottawa, Canada in which he served as an Inspector through to at least 1930.

TULL, Frederick James. 498. Lance Corporal 2KEH. Enlisted 25/08/1914 at White City, London and entered France 5/05/1915. Transferred as Acting Serjeant, 10th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers 39889 then Acting Serjeant 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers then Serjeant, 11th Battalion, Tank Corps 302815. Discharged 26/02/1919. Prior service with 26th (Younghusband's Horse) Battalion, Imperial Yeomanry in Boer War. Born Oct 1878 in Reading, Berkshire, England and died on 29/11/1935 in Elgin, Ontario, Canada. Awarded 1914/15 Star trio.

TURNER, Augustine John. 1101. Private. Enlisted 18/10/1914 and discharged 18/02/1915. Awarded Silver War Badge 103663 on medical grounds. Prior service with 9th Lancers, time expired. Born 1/06/1873 in Stoke Newington, Middlesex, England and died Mar 1929 in Brentford, Middlesex.

TURNER, Charles Wood. 310. Serjeant. Entered France 4/05/1915. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant 1st Reserve Regiment of Cavalry 5/04/1918. Entitled to a 1914/15 Star Medal trio. Applied for medals from a London address.

TURNER, Edward George. 1872. Private KEH. Enlisted 23/03/1916. Transferred to Machine Gun Corps Heavy Branch 7/08/1917. Private Northumberland Fusiliers (NF) 61210 27/08/1917. Transferred 7th Battalion NF 14/11/1917. Transferred as Private Tank Corps 302785 1/02/1918. Discharged 24/03/1919. Born in Nuninco, Chile in 1898. Noted as a Volunteer from Argentina. Entitled to British War and Victory Medal.

TURNER, John. W. 1743. Private. Entered France 2/10/1915. Commissioned General List 8/03/1919. Applied for 1914/15 Star Trio from Venterrpat, Transvaal, South Africa.

TURNER, Max. 1882. Entered France 3/1917 and transferred as a Private 112172 in the Tank Corps. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant Tank Corps 25/06/1918. Name recorded on Kilkenny Free Masons Lodge membership list from 1917 to 1920 and on the Kilkenny War Memorial, MacDonagh Station, Dublin Road, Kilkenny, Ireland. Applied for British War and Victory medals from Groombridge, Tunbridge Wells.

UPTON, William. 1465. Private 2KEH. Entered France 28/07/1915. Transferred as Private, 17th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, 45510 attached to the Royal Engineers. Entitled to 1914/15 star trio.

VAN BLERCK, Albert D. J. 315. Private. Enlisted in London. Entered France 4/05/1915 and KIA 26/05/1915 aged 33 at the Battle of Festubert. Born in Cape Town, South Africa. Research by David Drury (see below) identifying his pension papers has subsequently shown that he had enlisted under the Van Blerck name as an alias and his birth name was Edward Bertram Price (born in Paarl, South Africa) with his birth name shown against Jane Price, his wife's name. His alias name is commemorated on Le Touret Memorial, France as Van Blerck. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission has his name incorrectly as Van Blerk. Entitled to 1914/15 Star trio and additional biography and photographs of his 1914/15 Star are shown courtesy of the owner and researcher David Drury, UK. 

VAN COLLER, Louis. 1745. Private 2KEH. Entered France 2/10/1915. Transferred as Lance Corporal, Northumberland Fusiliers 61212. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant, 7th Battalion, London Regiment later 16th Battalion. Applied for 1914/15 Star Trio from Pretoria, South Africa.

VANS AGNEW, Frank. 1112. Private 2KEH. Served in Roosevelt's Rough Riders (1st United States Volunteer Cavalry) in the Spanish-American War. Frank Vans Agnew left America in 1914 and claiming to be 40 (rather than 46) enlisted in 2nd King Edward’s Horse. He arrived in France on 5/05/1915 at Festubert and was given a commission in the 2KEH 1/10/1915. After attending the Machine Gun School he was at the Somme before volunteering for the Tank Corps. In 1917 he was wounded at Messines, where he won his Military Cross 17/07/1917. He demonstrated his tank for King George. He fought at 3rd Ypres and was wounded and captured at Cambrai in November 1917. Over the next 12 months he was held as a POW at Hannover, Karlsrűhe, Heidelberg and Furstenberg. Military Cross, G.V.R., reverse neatly inscribed ‘Captain Frank Vans Agnew, Tank Corps, Messines, 6.7.17’; 1914-15 Star (1112 Pte, K. Edw. H.); British War and Victory Medals (Capt.) M.C. London Gazette 16 August 1917. The recommendation states ‘On 7 June 1917, this officer guided his tank with great coolness and judgment up to the Oosttaverne Line and rendered considerable assistance to the infantry. When the camouflage carried on the tank was set on fire he got out, under heavy machine-gun and rifle fire, to assist in putting it out. He was wounded in doing this, but continued to command his tank and brought it back to its rallying point after the action.’ Only six Military Crosses were awarded to the Tank Corps for the Battle of Messines, 7/06/1917.  He was born in Madras, India in 1868 and died in 1955. A stone tablet with his name and iron gates with his family initials and life dates were erected at the entrance of Kirkinner cemetery, Wigtown, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland where he was buried alongside his wife in 1965. Extensively researched in 'Veteran Volunteer: Memoir of the Trenches, Tanks and Captivity 1914 - 1918' by Frank Vans Agnew MC edited by his great nephew Jamie Vans and Peter Widdowson, Pen & Sword Books, 2014. Medals sold at auction by Dix Noonan Webb, UK in April, 2004.

VARRIE, William James. 1502. Private. Enlisted 13/04/1915 and entered France 4/05/1915. Discharged 14/03/1916 due to sickness. Born 1887 in Kimberley, Cape Province, South Africa and died 3/09/1928 in Kimberley, Cape Province, South Africa. Awarded Silver War Badge 210,361. Applied for 1914/15 Star Trio from Southern Rhodesia.

VASSALLI, Alfred Jerome. 305. Corporal. 'C' Squadron, 2KEH. Enlisted in London. Died in service 1/10/1914 aged 35 at King Edward VII Hospital, Windsor from pneumonia (contracted whilst in camp at Slough). Born in Whitby, Yorkshire. Son of John and Hannah Vassalli, husband of Anne Pembroke Vassalli of Ravenglass, Cumberland with three children. Born in Whitby, Yorkshire. Served in the South African Campaign with the British Navy at the Relief of Ladysmith and operations in the Transvaal, Orange Free State and Natal. He then became a despatch rider for General Bethune and later served in his cavalry regiment. Awarded Queen's South Africa Medal with five bars. As a Naval Reservist he failed his call-up medical but joined the 2KEH. Buried in MUNCASTER (ST. MICHAEL) CHURCHYARD, United Kingdom. Name commemorated inside St. Peter's Church, Drigg, Cumbria where he was a District Councilor. Additional information, portrait wearing his 2KEH service dress tunic with shoulder chains and headstone photographs courtesy of Ruth Mansergh's book 'Whitehaven in the Great War'. Not entitled to 1914/15 Star medal trio. 

VINER-JOHNSON, Hugh. 1913. Private 2KEH. Transferred as Private, Lancashire Fusiliers 45512. Entitled to British War and Victory Medals.