KEH 'BI-BO'


BIDDLES, Graham A. 1013. Private MIC
BILL, Kenneth. 1450. Private, Private Tank Corps 302704, Northumberland Fusiliers 61204 MIC
BILLMAN, Walter Melville. Private, Second Lieutenant 16th Middlesex Regiment MIC

BINGHAM, William. Private, Corps of Dragoons D/10855 MIC.  British War Medal and Victory Medal sold at auction.

BINGLE, Alfred. 1726. Private MIC
BINKS, Harris Jonathan. Private, Second Lieutenant Royal Engineers MIC
BIRCH, Thomas Newbery. 650. Private MIC

BIRD, Henry. 1006. Private, Corporal 'C' Squadron KEH. South African and saw service in France in WW1.

BISHOP, Hugh S. 461. Second Lieutenant, Captain Tank Corps MIC
BISPHAM, Frederick.1214. Serjeant, Serjeant Northumberland Fusiliers 39884, Serjeant Lancashire Fusiliers 40532, Serjeant Tank Corps 302909 MIC
BIZLEY, Walter C. 1485. Trumpeter, Private 14th London Regiment MIC
BLACK, Hugh K. 1965. Private, Private Royal Army Medical Corps 135536 MIC
BLACK, Ralph W. 1070. Private, Private Labour Corps 613027 MIC

BLACKBURN, Edward H. 723. Private, Serjeant from Canada. Awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal and Order of the British Empire.

BLACKMAN, Harold. 1249. Private, Temporary Lieutenant Royal Engineers MIC
BLACKWELL, Arthur E. Private former Private 7th Dragoon Guards D/12610, Private Corps of Dragoons MIC
BLAKE, Grey Philip. 1747. Private, Private East Kent Regiment, Second Lieutenant Royal Air Force MIC
BLAKELEY, Leighton. 1575. Private MIC

BLAKER, Geoffrey Beckett. 651. Private, Acting Corporal, Second Lieutenant in photograph at Marlborough Barracks, Dublin 1918 see Figure 33. Served RAF in South Africa in WW2 and died in 1964.

BLAMEY, Marshall. 1916. Private MIC
BLANCHARD, James F. J. 222. Serjeant. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant 20/09/1915, posted to Cavalry Field Artillery.
BLAYLOCK, Johnathan A. 1270. Private MIC
BLETSOE, William Bruce. Serjeant, Second Lieutenant 18th Hussars MIC
BLIGH, Leslie. 1897. Private, Private Northumberland Fusiliers 40117, Private Tank Corps 302862 MIC
BLISS, William Stanley. 787. Private, Lance Corporal MIC
BLOUNT, Maurice Bertie. 1542. Private MIC
BLUNN, Gordon J. 1969. Private, Private Liverpool Regiment 857222
BODDY, Osbert Harold. 812. Lance Corporal, Acting Serjeant
BOILEAU, Gilbert. 1075. Private
BOLLARD, John C. 1255. Acting Serjeant, Acting Serjeant Labour Corps 443401
BOLTON, George W. 872. Serjeant

BOLUS, Walter 1481. Private. Arrived in France June 1916. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Special Reserve of Officers on 23/02/18 after attending an Officers Cadet Unit, see Figure 33 for photograph as a Second Lieutenant in 1918. Promoted to Lieutenant 23/8/19 and resigned his commission 1/4/19. Photographs and family history from his grandson Walter Stevens regarding his grandfather's service and noting his riding trophies. Lieutenant Bolus won many Irish Show Jumping Championships as shown in the accompanying photograph taken of him competing at the Irish War Counties Hospital in September 1918. He was devastated not to be able to have his mount, Japie released to him from the Army. (Japie is shown in the accompanying photograph being held by his un-named groom). The family retain Lieutenant Bolus's stirrups and riding trophies.  

BOND, Ernest E. 381, Corporal, Temporary Regimental Serjeant Major, Transport Warrant Officer Class 1. Awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal as Regimental Serjeant-Major. Discharged 16/01/1920.

BONESS, Private, ex-1st Dragoon Guards D/18387, Corps of Dragoons
BONNER, Thomas Private, ex-7th Dragoon Guards D/17304, Corps of Dragoons
BOOR, Alexander R. 1043. Private
BOOTH, Sydney G. 738. Corporal
BORLEY, Geo D. Private, Labour Corps 585703
BORNS, Frank 1336. Private, Private Lancashire Fusiliers 40533
BOTHWELL, Edwin I. 1891. Private

BOTTLE, Harry C. 340. Serjeant, Warrant Officer Class 2. Prior service 1905-13 with the Civil Service Rifles. Played clarinet in the military band. Became Orderly Room SQMS. Staff Officer, Ministry of Health in civilian life. In group photograph of WOs and Sergeants at Bishop's Stortford. Discharged 10/11/1919.

BOUCH, W. K. 11. Serjeant
BOUCHER, H. 74. Lance Corporal

BOWEN Horace C. 628. Corporal. 'B' Squadron. Taken prisoner at Vieille Chapelle 19/04/1918.

BOWKER John R. Steer. 8. Private. Portrait photograph with bandolier (Figure 307). (Copyright Imperial War Museum HU 118517)

BOYER Charles J. 1082 Private, Private Royal Engineers 359692
BOYLETT Herbert L. 1630 Private, Corporal Tank Corps 302804, Corporal Northumberland Fusiliers 39960, Corporal Lancashire Fusiliers 40540
BOX Thomas 552 Private
BOXALL Herbert S. 2070 Private, Private Northumberland Fusiliers 61178, Private Corps of Dragoons D/21018