BACON, Herbert. 785. Private MIC
BACKUS, Alfred F. 1020. Private MIC
BAGNELL, George W. 2043. Private MIC
BAILEY, Alexander F. Private, former Private 6th Dragoon Guards 8209. Entered France 6/08/1914. Awarded 1914 Star medal trio.
BAILEY, Edward. 1712. Private, Private Lincolnshire Regiment 50111 MIC
BAILLIE, Robert Alexander. Captain Sir. Bart. An original Officer in the King's Colonials joined 1/02/1903. Major Baillie commanded 'C' Squadron (Australasian) King's Colonials in 1903. Died in October 1907 at Colchester (Photograph see Figure 4).
BAILLON, Cyril 768. Private MIC
BAIN, Bertram. 1978. Private, Commissary Liverpool Regiment 85788 MIC
BAIRD, Charles Alfred. 15239. Private, Second Lieutenant Royal Dublin Fusiliers MIC
BAKER, Arthur W. 26. Private, MR/343298 Royal Army Service Corps MIC
BAKER, Augustine. Enlisted August 1914 KEH, Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant December 1914 Royal Field Artillery, Lt April 1915, Captain September 1915, A/Maj May 1917, A/Lt Col September 1918, retired 1919. Awarded Distinguished Service Order LG 3 June 1918 & Bar LG 16 September 1918. Military Cross LG 19 November 1917. Mentioned in Despatches (x3) LG's 15 June 1915, 21 May 1918, 23 December 1918. Died 1937 Shanghai.
BAKER, Charles F. 1631. Private, Private Northumberland Fusiliers, Second Lieutenant Machine Gun Corps MICBAKER, Frederick. 115. Private. Discharged 11/01/1919. British War Medal issued by the Admiralty and 1914/15 Star and Victory medal sold at auction in the UK February 2020 by Dix Noonan Webb.
BAKER, George N. 1073. Corporal MIC
BAKER, James H. 800. Private, Sapper Labour Corps 340258 MIC
BAKER, Ralph Cleighton. 1711. Private. Transferred from Private Hertfordshire Yeomanry 2205 on 22/06/1915. Arrived Egypt 12/11/1914. Awarded Silver War Badge 25542 with Herts Yeomanry due to sickness. Lived in Sedwitch, Hertfordshire.
BAKER, Richard Henry. Private KEH. From New Zealand. May have transferred to Royal Field Artillery then served as a Gunner 79439, 43rd Reinforcements, New Zealand Field Artillery, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, 2/10/1918-5/12/1918 sailed on HMNZT 111 'Matatua'. Commemorated on Auckland Online Cenotaph.
BAKER, William H. 1969. Private MIC
BAKER, William J. 743. Acting Corporal MIC
BALDWIN, Cornelius. 1648. Private, Private Labour Corp 230751 MIC
BALE, F. J. Private. From New Zealand, worked in Peru, South America and returned to England to enlist. Commemorated on Auckland Online Cenotaph.
BALFOUR, Cecil. 1298. Corporal KEH. Left Trinidad for UK 18/10/1915 with 1st Caribbean Merchant and Planters Contingent. Served with KEH 21/09/1916 until 11/11/1918. Military Mounted Police P/12933. Awarded Military Medal Nov 1917. Living in Canada 1946.
BALL, B. Corporal. Served in the King's Colonials and was proprietor of the Fox and Hounds Inn, Bourne End
BALL, Samuel A. D/14418. Corps of Dragoons MIC
BALLARD, Arnold. 482. Private, Private Shropshire Light Infantry, Second Lieutenant South Wales Borderers MIC
BALSHAW, Newton Kesleven. Private, Second Lieutenant then Captain King's Royal Rifle Corps MIC
BANCROFT, Douglas. 1002. Private, Second Lieutenant Essex Regiment MIC
BANKES, Robert W. L. 744. Private MIC
BANKS, Donald William. 2134. Private. Born at Kimbolton, Wellington, New Zealand 24/11/1898 the son of William Banks. Enlisted 2/04/1918, served in Ireland and discharged 3/02/1919. Joined Royal Army Ordnance Corps 24/04/1919 as a Private 5/9361 and served in Russia 12/05/1919 and discharged 12/02/1920. Commemorated on Auckland Online Cenotaph.
BANNOCK, William H. 1363. Serjeant MIC
BANTA, Frederick B. 1774. Private, Private Labour Corp 112239 MIC
BARBER, Basil Hastings. Lieutenant, Captain, Major. Australian. 'C' Squadron. Awarded the Military Cross and the French Croix de Guerre (London Gazette 10 October 1918) as a Captain. Lieutenant in 1915 see Figure 19.
BARBER, Joseph A. 1527. Private MIC
BARDELL, Arthur G. 1732. Private, Private Liverpool Regiment 85700, Private Tank Corps 302884 MIC
BARKER, Augustine Lieutenant, Lieutenant Colonel Royal Field Artillery MIC
BARKER, William Private, former 3rd Dragoon Guards GS/14786, Corps of Dragoons D/15087 MICBARLOW, Geoffrey Petrie. 287. Private KEH, Second Lieutenant 6th Battalion, Notts and Derby Regiment. Born at Southport 16/05/1895 the son of John James and Emily Barlow. Educated at Holmwood School, Freshfield, Formby, Liverpool and at Haileybury College, Hertfordshire. Employed at the Head Office of the Royal Insurance Company in Liverpool. Joined the Liverpool Squadron of the KEH in 1913 and was at camp in Cantebury when the war broke out. Served in France from June 1915 and returned to England for training in March 1916 at Lichfield and gazetted Second Lieutenant Sherwood Foresters on 5/09/1916. Joined Battalion in France Nov 1916 and wounded at Gommecourt 9/03/1917. Awarded Military Cross for trench raid with 1/5th Battalion Sherwood Foresters 25/06/1917 (London Gazette 18/10/1917). KIA by machine gun fire whilst supervising a wiring party near Hulluch, France 2/09/1917. Buried in the Philosophe British Cemetery, Mazingarbe, France. Image of MC and WW1 trio of medals available together with portrait in the uniform of the Sherwood Foresters.
BARLOW, George T. 67. Private, Private Essex Regiment 32746 MIC
BARNARD, William H. Private, Corps of Dragoons D/13185 MIC
BARNES, William C. Private 3rd Dragoon Guards D/17908 MIC
BARRATT, Gaston E. S. 1420. Private, Private Royal Engineers 313096 MIC
BARRETT, Archibald. 1431. Private MIC
BARRETT, Reginald T. 1729. Corporal, Labour Corp Warrant Officer Class 2 679732 MIC
BARRY, Arthur V. 335. Serjeant KEH. 4th Section, 1st Troop, 'C' Squadron. Royal Army Service Corps M/41355 (Auckland Online Cenotaph). Entered France 22/04/1915. Serjeant Barry was severely wounded whilst patrolling at Anneux near Cambrai on 20/11/1917 when Major Tutt was also severely wounded. Wounded at the defence of Vieille Chapelle 9-11/04/1918.
BARTELLE, James. 1296. Private MIC
BARTLETT, Ashmead. Lieutenant attached from 1st Regiment of Cavalry, former British South African Police MIC
BARTON, William L. 1151. Private MIC
BASSILL, James F. 1657. Private, Private Corps of Dragoons D/32103 MIC
BATES, George E. 2040. Private, Private Corps of Hussars 56048 MIC
BATES, Joseph (Joe) C. 720. Acting Staff Quarter Master Serjeant. Entered France 2/06/1915. Discharged 22/02/1919. Mentioned in Despatches as a Serjeant. Lived in Margate, Kent and died in 1965.
BATTERBURY, William Charles. 19. Lance Corporal. Second Lieutenant 5th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers 26/06/1917. Entered France 22/04/1915 and discharged 1/01/1919. Biography available on www.kingedwardshorse.net
BATTERSBY, Eric William. 885. Serjeant. 'A' Squadron. Enlisted 29/12/1914, entered France 1/06/1915 and discharged 28/01/1919.
BAUER, L. N. 1666. Private MIC
BAXTER, Gordon E. 929. BAXTER, Gordon Eyre. 929. Private. Enlisted 5/02/1915 and entered France 22/04/1915. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant Devonshire Regiment 26/06/1917. Prior service Royal East Kent Yeomanry 1908-11. Born Hinton, Ashton Steeple, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, England. Son of Stanley Eyre Bagter and Emma Louisa Baxter, of Waranga, Omapere, Hokianga, New Zealand. Educated at South Eastern Agricultural College Wye, Ashford, Kent, England. KIA 8/10/1918 near Arras aged 28 and buried in St. Nicholas British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France. Two brothers also KIA. Bernard Eyre Baxter born 2/071893 - died 29/04/1915 served as Private 10/275 West Coast 'A' Company, Wellington Infantry Battalion, Emigrated to New Zealand in 1909 with the family. Cadet at Weraroa Agricultural Farm. Fought at Turkish attack on Suez Canal Feb 1915 before serving at Gallipoli where he was killed. Commemorated on the Lone Pine Memorial. Cedric Eyre Baxter 22/08/1895 - died 29/04/1915 (same day as his brother Bernard) unable to find further details. Gordon and Bernard are commemorated on Auckland Online Cenotaph.BAYLEY, Lewis S. 513. Private. British War Medal - 513 PTE. L. S. BAYLEY. K. EDW. H. and Victory Medal - 513 PTE. L. S. BAYLEY. K. EDW. H. shown with a copy of the Medal Index Card. The 1915 Star was noted as missing. Arrived in France 23 August 1915 and discharged 8 August 1919. (Image from an electronic auction site, UK, 2014).
BAYLIS, Gerald William. Quarter Master, Lieutenant General. Lieutenant in KEH in 1915 see Figure 19.
BAYLISS, Louis. 1099. Serjeant, Serjeant Yorkshire Dragoons 3681, Serjeant Machine Gun Corps Cavalry 100103
BEALE, Cecil G. 635. Serjeant. Contributed a photograph taken at the Colchester camp in 1911 of Serjeant Freeman and a number of named Corporals to the Old Comrades Association bulletin suggesting that he himself was serving from at least 1911.
BEALL, Leonard G. 87. Private, 2045 as well on MIC MIC
BEARDON, Joseph D. 1251. Private, Private Labour Corps 329908 MIC
BECKETT, Arthur Henry Frederick. 1682. Private. From Argentina.
BECKMAN, George E. 996. Private MIC
BEDFORD, Alfred 298. Corporal, Corporal Royal Engineers 91590 MIC
BEENKEN, Frederick Carl. 850. Private MICBEGBIE, Alfred Vincent 960. Private. 'C' Company. Entered France 21/04/1915. Sniper spotted for Lieutenant Murray 966 KEH. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant 6th Battalion, Cameron Highlanders 27/09/1916. Became a Bombing Officer after attending Cadet School at Blenderques in 1916. Born on 7/04/1894 the son of Rev. Alfred John Begbie. Educated at Haileybury College 1897-99. Lived at Simla, Bloomfield Park, Bath before he emigrated to Kelowa, British Columbia, Canada in 1902 and returned to England in 1914 to enlist in KEH. KIA 11/04/1917 leading his men at Monchy-le-Preux and was buried at Faubourg-d'Amiens Cemetery, Arras (listed on Arras Memorial). Commemorated on the Haileybury College Cloister Wall Memorial, Hertford Heath, England. Photograph in uniform of Cameron Highlanders from De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour.