KALE, Percy. Corporal. Name commemorated on the Kilkenny War Memorial, MacDonagh Station, Dublin Road, Kilkenny, Ireland. Medal Index Card or Medal Roll entry not located.

KARKARIA, Nawrian M. 52076. Private Middlesex Regiment 3213, Private Border Regiment 52076, Interpreter KEH 52076.

KEAY, William Murray. Second Lieutenant

KEBBELL, George Kuth. 249. Lance Corporal. Entered France 22/04/1915. Commissioned Second Lieutenant, 5th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment 28/05/1918. Transferred as a Second Lieutenant Royal Air Force. Applied for 1914/15 Star trio from North West London.

KEEN, Arthur W. 1917. Private, Private Northumberland Fusiliers 61191, Private Tank Corps 302790

KELLY, . Private. Footballer from Wellington. One of four possible Kelly's in Nominal Roll as per below.

KELLY, Fred Norman Chevers. 1970. Private KEH. Prior service in the Boer War as Private, 9565 with 54th (Belfast) Company, 13th Battalion, Imperial Yeomanry then as Private, 33584 with the 61st (Dublin) Company, 17th Battalion, Imperial Yeomanry. Awarded Queen's South Africa and King's South Africa medals with South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902 clasps. No Great War medal entitlement but service in KEH confirmed on pension record card.

KELLY, Francis. 17297. Private, 25776, Company of Dragoons transferred to KEH as Private, 17297 then Labour Corps as Private, 607293 then Private, 90753, Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Entitled to British War Medal and Victory Medal named to Royal Welch Fusiliers.

KELLY, Robert. 806. Private, Private Tank Corps 30279, Private King's Liverpool Regiment 8576

KELSON, Gerald Miles. Private KEH. Major 11th Battalion, Tank Corps. Served in German West Africa arrived 26/09/1914 with Enslin's Horse as Trooper 93 until Regiment was disbanded on 26/05/1915. Awarded Military Cross for gallantry 8/10/1918 at Villers Otreaux as Lieutenant (Acting Captain, Tank Corps). Died 27/12/1919 of an overdose of chlorodyne and buried Plumstead Cemetery, Cape Town, South Africa.

KENDALL, Edward Hext. Second Lieutenant Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, Private KEH

KENDALL, Harry Wilson Hume. 1374. Private

KENION, Hugh Cyril. 31. Serjeant. 'A' Squadron. Entered France 2/06/1915 commissioned Second Lieutenant 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers 5/03/1916. KIA 1/07/1916 at Beaumont Hamel on the first day of the Battle of the Somme. Buried in Serre Road Cemetery No. 1 Hebaterne, France. CWGC notes that his body was identified by the initials H.C.K engraved on his watch. Born in 1884 in Rock Ferry, Cheshire, England the son of John Hamer and Rhoda Kenion with four brothers and six sisters. He was living in Lancashire, Lancashire, England in 1914.  1914/15 Star trio applied for by his father with the address of his brother John G. Kenion of Cook Street, Liverpool.

KENNEDY, Kenneth Leslie. 487. Private. Entered France 22/04/1915. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant, Machine Gun Corps 25/01/1917. Married Jessie Marguerite Crerar in Finchley, London in 1923. Applied for 1914/15 Star Trio.

KENNEDY, William Havildar. Major, DOW 29/05/1915 (aged 61). Husband of Jessie Catherine Kennedy, of 10/118, Long Acre, London. Served in the Zulu War (1879) and the Boer War with 17th Lancers. Quarter Master Captain King's Colonials 1905, Quarter Master and Honorary Major KEH 1911. Awarded 1911 Coronation medal. Buried in STREATHAM CEMETERY, UK.

KENT, William Arthur. 374. Acting Serjeant. Enlisted in Liverpool and entered France 22/04/1915. Awarded Military Medal (London Gazette 23/07/1919) for action at the bridges at Maffle and Attre on 10/11/1918. Discharged 10/12/1919. Entitled to 1914/15 Star trio.

KERNAHAN, Cyril C. 1435. Private

KERR, Horatio Nelson. Trooper Life Guards 3635, Lieutenant KEH

KERR, James (Jim). 379. Corporal. 2nd Troop, 'B' Squadron. Entered France 22/04/1915. Discharged 13/01/1920. Entitled to 1914/5 Star trio. Portrait photograph circa 1914 as a Private (courtesy of Peter Nemaric).  

KERSLEY, John T. 434. Private. 'A' Squadron. Entered France 2/06/1915. Discharged 14/02/1919. Entitled to 1914/15 Star trio.

KEYS, Charles. 190. Serjeant Devonshire Regiment, Second Lieutenant then Warrant Officer Class 2 KEH

KEYS, John Hunt. 1602. Private. 2nd Troop, 'C' Squadron. Transferred to Rifle Brigade S/29116 Dec 1916. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant 12th Battalion Cheshire Regiment 3/08/1917. Born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia in 1881, claimed British War Medal and Victory Medal in 1920 from an address in Bengalla, New South Wales in 1920.

KIBBLE, Sydney George. 1228. Serjeant then Acting Warrant Officer Class 2. Born in Redfern, New South Wales on 19/05/1876, educated at Hawkesbury Agricultural College and was a grazier at Mt Tambourine in Queensland.  He served as Private 122 in the 2nd Queensland Mounted Infantry and saw service in the 2nd Boer War having enlisted on 1/01/1900 in Brisbane.  He sailed to South Africa on the 13/01/1900 aboard the S.S. Maori King. He transferred to the Transvaal Mounted Police on the 19/06/1900 and returned to Australia on 3/05/1901 and was discharged 17/05/1901.  He enlisted in the KEH on the 11/08/1915 and was in 1st Section of the 1st Troop, 'C' Squadron in June 1917.  Shot and wounded in the knee by a sniper at Pilkem Ridge, Passchendaele on 31/07/1917 and discharged physically unfit on 6/10/1917. Awarded Silver War Badge 304,165. He died of natural causes in Battersea, London in March 1944. Entitled to British War and Victory Medals. Photograph in the uniform of the King Edward's Horse from "The Australasian Traveller" dated 4/03/1916.  Courtesy of the State Library of Queensland and biographical information from the Virtual War Memorial, Sydney https://vwma.org.au/explore/people/786363.  

KIDDELL Arthur James Bartram 1420 Private, Lance Corporal Northumberland Fusiliers 39957, Second Lieutenant Royal Garrison Artillery

KIFF, Charles. D/19860. Acting Corporal Dragoon Guards D/19860, Acting Corporal KEH D/19860, Acting Corporal Company of Dragoons D/19860.

KILBY, Hariel H. 1187. Private, Second Lieutenant Royal Canadian Regiment, Lieutenant Royal Air Force.

KILLICK, Henry T. D/17151. Private Dragoons D/17151, Private KEH, Private Company of Dragoons.

KIMBER, Cyril H. C. D/18315. Private Light Dragoons D/18315, Private KEH, Private Company of Dragoons.

KINCAID, Alfred W. 1480. Private, Corporal Tank Corps 112281 KINCAIRD on MIC as well.

KINDER, Thomas Harry. Captain. Son of Harry Allen Kinder and Emily Kinder, of 51 Arney Road, Remuera, Auckland. Educated at Wanganui Collegiate. ""Now officially reported killed in action, was Head Prefect for the first term of 1912. He came in September, 1904, and gained a considerable reputation for his athletic ability before leaving. He was Captain of the Fifteen in 1911, a year to be remembered in the annals of School football. In company with a number of boys who left at the same time, he went to Caius College, Cambridge, where on the outbreak of war he enlisted in King Edward’s Horse. Learning that they were ordered to Egypt, and being anxious to go over to France, he was transferred to the 7th Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment." (In Memoriam, 1914-1918 [Wanganui Collegiate School]). Born in 1892. Thiepval Memorial, Authuile, Somme, France.
Memorial plaque, St Mark's Anglican Church, 95 Remuera Road, Remuera, Auckland, New Zealand. Auckland War Memorial Museum, World War 1 Hall of Memories AWMM. Above biography was transcribed, researched and written by Margaret Nash of Panmure Branch of NZSG. Following portrait from In Memoriam, 1914-1918 [Wanganui Collegiate School], 1919 in the uniform of the Suffolk Regiment.


KING, Alfred Nelson. 230. Private. Entered France May 1915. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant then Lieutenant "C" Battery, 52nd Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. KIA 10/05/1916. Buried in RIFLE HOUSE CEMETERY, Belgium. A Rhodes scholar at Oxford in 1912 from McGill University, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada and saw service in the KEH pre-war with University Troop.

KING, Bernard Lovelace Henham. 959 Private. Entered France 17/06/1915. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant later Captain Royal Engineers 29/10/1915. Born 4/02/1884 in Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales and died 28/09/1939 in Bethnal Green, London, England. Worked pre- and post-war on Federated Malay States Railway as an engineer. Photograph in Royal Engineers uniform available.

KING, F. M. 882. Private, Private Military Foot Police P16854.

KING, Leonard Walter. 385. Squadron Quarter Master Serjeant. Entered France 2/06/1915. Awarded Meritorious Service Medal as Acting Serjeant attached to IV Corps HQ (London Gazette 3/06/1919). Discharged 25/11/20. Entitled to 1914/15 Star trio.

KING, S. 356197. No rank on MIC

KING, William. 1412. Private.

KINHEAD, Charley L. 1126. Private, Private Labour Corps 441750.

KINGS, Francis Charles. 1355. Private.

KINSEY, Thomas F. 2120. Corporal, Corporal Labour Corps 515083

KIRBY, George N. 1628. Private

KIRBY, Lewis. 1059. Private

KIRBY, W. C. Serjeant Major in 1908 and promoter of the King's Colonial Lodge.

KINSMORE, Samuel L. 1122. Corporal

KIRKWOOD, John Michael. 2194. Private, Enlisted 4/07/1918 and discharged 9/11/1918. Died 22/03/1919 and buried in TOTTENHAM CEMETERY, UK.

KITNEY, George. 1268. Private, Private Loyal North Lancashire Regiment 55484

KNAPP, Torand J. C. 1418. Private, Private Labour Corps 230744

KNAPP, Wynford W. 1940. Private

KOCK, Johannes H. L. 706. Corporal, Private Dragoon Guards D/35226, Private Corps of Dragoons

KOEKKOEK, Patrick Robert. Pre-WW1 service KEH, 8th Battalion East Lancashire Regiment, Lieutenant Special Brigade Royal Engineers WW1. Photographs he took in WW1 are in the National Army Museum collection.

KOYD, John W. R. 1410. Serjeant Royal Engineers 201663, Serjeant KEH, Serjeant Royal Engineers WR2963

KRO(U)GH, Henry (Shorty) Charles. 1377. Squadron Quarter Master Serjeant. 'A' Squadron. Born in 1896 in Napier, New Zealand. Awarded Military Medal as a Lance Corporal for actions at Vieille Chapelle Nov 1918. Discharged 19/10/1919. Died 3/06/1967 in Rotorua, New Zealand. Commemorated on the Auckland Online Cenotaph.

KUYS, Andrew James Lambert. 1438. Private

KYLE, Thomas. 2086. Private. Discharged 16/01/1919. Entitled to British War and Victory Medals which were not applied for and were returned to be destroyed.