HACKWELL, William H. 1287. Private 12th London Regiment, Private KEH 1271, Acting Corporal 12th London Regiment

HACKWORTH, Raymond. 676. Shoeing Smith, Private
HADDIN, John S. 1224. Private
HADLEY, Richard K. 843. Private
HAINSSELIN, Adrian H. T. 1501. Private, Private Northumberland Fusiliers 39942
HAINSWORTH, Wright. 1635. Private, Private Tank Corps 302830
HALE, William. 1294. Private, Second Lieutenant then Lieutenant Labour Corps
HALFORD, James E. 938 Private
HALL, Arthur J. 881. Private
HALL, Basil R. 1274. Private, Private Labour Corps 329911
HALL, Edward B. D. 908. Private, Signaler Royal Field Artillery 291069
HALL, James H. 1476. Private
HALL, Richard. 1030. Private, Warrant Officer Class 2 Tank Corps 11193
HALL, William. 1730. Private
HALLIFAX, Eric P. 334. Private, Private Royal Engineers 94093
HALLORAN, Maurice George Campbell. 923. Acting Serjeant Machine Gun Corps 73576, Second Lieutenant Labour Corps

HAM, Frank Livingstone. Second Lieutenant, Australian. Died in service 13/02/16. Buried in CURRAGH MILITARY CEMETERY, IRELAND and commemorated on the Australian War Memorial Commemorative Roll.

HAM, Winston. 1178. Acting Corporal KEH. Mentioned in Despatches as a Lance-Corporal.

HAMILTON, George. Honourable. Captain commanded 2nd Troop 'B' Squadron (British American) King's Colonials in 1903 and then as a Major from 22/01/1906 commanded 'C' Squadron (British American). Commanded KEH contingent on Coronation Day 1911 and awarded 1911 Coronation Medal. Lieutenant Colonel Hamilton first conceived of the formation of the King’s Colonials and joined upon its formation in 1901 and although having retired in 1912, he served extra-regimentally during the Great War (Photograph shown in Figures 1 and 4 and portrait photograph Figure 71).

HAMMOND, Herbert G. 1469. Private
HAMMOND, Leslie. 1239. Private
HAMPTON, Herbert Brooke. 180. Private, Private Northumberland Fusiliers 39970, Private Machine Gun Corps 140856, Private Tank Corps 302946

HANCOCK, Albert Leslie. 1191. Private, Second Lieutenant 7th London Regiment
HANCOCK, Dennis. 1334. Private, Private Northumberland Fusiliers 61189

HANDFORD, J. R. Second Lieutenant, 3rd Troop 'C' Squadron KEH in Aug 1914. Entered France 13/04/1915. Lieutenant, 5th Battalion, York and Lancaster Regiment later Captain. Studied at Queen's College, Cambridge University noted in The Dial No. 22, 1915. Commemorated on the Auckland Online Cenotaph.

HANNA, Thomas. 761. Private
HANNAH, William. 1529. Private

HANNAY, James. 578. Private KEH. Entered France 22/04/1915. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant 16th Battalion, King's Royal Rifle Corps 27/03/1917. Wounded. Awarded Military Cross 18/03/1918. Prisoner of War 16/04/1918 and repatriated Dec 1918. From New Zealand and Commemorated on the Auckland Online Cenotaph.

HANRAHAN, Eugene R. 1331. Private, Private Lancashire Fusiliers 40571
HARDEN, Horace. 1319. Private, Private Machine Gun Corps 157198, Private Lancashire Fusiliers 40570
HARDIE, John Jackson. 1340. Private, Private Liverpool Regiment 85721, Second Lieutenant Indian Army

HARDIMAN, Ernest. 1628. Private, Private Tank Corps 302856, Private Northumberland Fusiliers 40120
HARRAWAY, Douglas. Private, Private Lincolnshire Regiment
HARDY, Valentine I. 1579. Private, Acting Corporal Tank Corps 112042

HARE, Percy Richard. Lieutenant in 1902 and commanded 2nd Troop (African) 'D' Squadron (British African) as Captain 3/07/1905. Photograph see Figure 4.

HARE, Ralph R. W. 60. Serjeant
HARES, Richard. 663. Private
HARGREAVES, Thomas. 1771. Private
HARLE, Edwin. 822. Private, Royal Air Force 14092

HARLEY, Tom A. 1521. Acting Serjeant. Awarded the Belgian Croix de Guerre as a Lance Corporal KEH.

HARPER, Charles G. 1283. Private, Private Tank Corp 112192, Private Royal Munster Fusiliers, Second Lieutenant attached Royal Air Force

HARRAWAY, Douglas. KEH, Lincolnshire Regiment
HARRIGIN, Sidney G. 1674. Private

HARRINGTON, L. 280. Serjeant Trumpeter. Awarded the Special Reserve Long Service and Good Conduct medal April 1917.

HARRIS, Ernest. 1411. Acting Corporal
HARRIS, H. L. 133. Private, Acting Company Serjeant Major Royal Engineers, Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant Northumberland Fusiliers 29/05/1917. Royal Field Artillery

HARRIS, Robert C. 619. Private

HARRIS, Sydney Herbert Bywater. Serjeant. ‘B’ Squadron (British American). Born in London 15 June 1881,spent his early life in Canada and died in Bath in September 1960. Served in King's Colonials and then KEH before being commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Royal Flying Corps 9/03/1915. Promoted to Lieutenant 29/06/1915 and served in 14 and 23 Squadrons. Photograph of Serjeant Harris, King Edward's Horse wearing Service Dress uniform circa 1914 (Carole McEntee-Taylor. From Colonial Warrior to Western Front Flyer: The Five Wars of Sydney Herbert Bywater Harris. London: Pen and Sword, 2015).

HARRISON, Charles Fancourt. Sergeant. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant 1st Troop, 'C' Squadron KEH 2/07/1915 on Probation. Commissioned as a Lieutenant 10/06/1916 and by 1918 Captain and Adjutant 6th Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment. Awarded Military Cross. Captain Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry then Major in WW2. Son of Charles Fletcher Harrison and grandson of Archedeacon Fancourt, Wellington, New Zealand. Born in Wanganui, New Zealand and studied at Cambridge University and likely to have served with the University Troop of KEH pre-war. Married Gertrude Alice Pryor on 5/12/1918. Died in 1964 in Cheshire, England. Commemorated on the Wanganui Collegiate School Roll of Honour and Auckland Online Cenotaph.

HARRISON, Charles G. 414. Serjeant KEH. Entered France 21/04/1915. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Somerset Light Infantry 26/03/1918. Identity bracelet named to Somerset Light Infantry sold at auction in 2020.

HARRISON, James A. 770. Private
HARRISON, Michael. Private. Dragoon Guards GS/21389, Private KEH D/16695, Private Corps of Dragoons
HARRISON, William Henry Hillman. 1016. Private, Lieutenant Essex Regiment then Nigeria Regiment

HARRY, Charles William. 1311. Private, Tank Corps 112214, Lieutenant Royal Air Force
HARTLE, Albert D. 2008. Private 6th Dragoon Guards? 13412, Private KEH
HARVEY, Douglas. 1694. Private
HARVEY, L. Y. 136. Private, Military Mounted Police P/12031
HASWELL, James O. 702. Private
HATHORN, Walter Blackie. Lance Corporal KEH, Second Lieutenant then Lieutenant Dragoon Guards

HATTON, Edgar W. 2226. Sapper Royal Engineers 342290, Sapper KEH. Victory medal auctioned in 2019 named to Sapper E. W. Hatton, Royal Engineers.

HATTON, Ernest Robert. L-13242. Regimental Serjeant Major KEH. Mentioned in Despatches.

HATTON, Percy E. 23. Private, Serjeant Tank Corps 112006

HAVELOCK-SUTTON, George Henry. Second Lieutenant KEH, Captain Royal Air Force. Awarded the Military Cross as a Lieutenant. Lieutenant in KEH in 1915 see Figure 19.

HAWKES, Ernest W. 1199. Private
HAWKINS, Thomas. 1219. Lance Corporal
HAWTON, Robert Bond. Private. Anglo-Argentinian railway staff.
HAY, Andrew S. 1019. Private
HAY, Robert C. B. 1952. Private, Second Lieutenant Royal Garrison Artillery

HAYHOW, William (Bill). 914. Serjeant 1st Troop 'A' Squadron. Anglo-Argentinian Railway staff. Entered France 17/06/1916 and discharged 4/04/1919. Awarded Military Medal.

HAYNES, Douglas. 1973. Private

HAYTER, Charles. 1231. Private, Private Gold Coast Regiment

HAYTER, Frank Goodenough. 607. Private KEH. Second Lieutenant 5/07/1916 then Lieutenant 4th Battalion, Manchester Regiment. Entered France 22/04/1915. Article in the 'Temuka Leader' newspaper 17/05/1917 states that he was wounded fighting in the Balkans campaign in December 1916 and is in a London hospital and has had an operation to remove a bullet. Born in Timaru, South Canterbury, New Zealand on 4/04/1887. Son of Francis & Eugenie Elizabeth (nee HUDDLESTON) HAYTER, of Rollesby Station, Burkes Pass, Fairlie. Brother Cyril HAYTER born 4/02/1891 - KIA 28/08/1915 as a Lieutenant 7/63 in the Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Mentioned in Despatches and is buried in the Hill 60 Cemetery at Gallipoli. Brother Chilton Goodenough HAYTER born 1/02/1889 - Died 14/12/1967 also served in WWI as a Major 7/1167, awarded Military Cross and Mentioned in Despatches also in the Canterbury Mounted Rifles. Late father was Captain HAYTER, naval officer. 17 October 1918 he married Muriel MORTIMER-SCOTT, at St Mary Abbot's Church, Kensington, London, England. At this time he was Lieutenant. On active service from beginning of the war & considerable service practically throughout the war. His only child, Joyce, was born in 1919 in England. April 1920 returning to New Zealand. Discharged January 1920. Died in Devon, UK 12/12/1941.

HEALY, Lawrence. 1512. Private, Acting Corporal Northumberland Fusiliers 61190
HEAMAN, William H. 1368. Private
HEARSEY, George W. 496. Private, Army Service Corps M/41071
HEATH, Edward Hugh. Lieutenant
HEATH, Edgar W. 1514. Private
HEATH, Gordon H. 1515. Corporal
HEATH, Lindsay Christopher. 880. Serjeant, Captain Northumberland Fusiliers
HEATH, Samuel. 755. Private
HEATLEY, Robert. 1458. Private, Serjeant Lancashire Fusiliers 40566
HEELEY, J. 916. Private, Private Military Mounted Police P/5567

HEELEY, Joseph Encelle. 968. Private KIA 24/06/15 with 'A' Squadron when they fought with their first action at Messines in June 1915 defending their trench from a German attack. Private Heeley became the first casualty of the KEH. Son of Joseph and Emerald Heeley of 44 Downing Street, Everton, Liverpool. Buried in MAPLE LEAF CEMETERY, BELGIUM. Died aged 27 and commemorated on Liverpool Town Hall Roll of Honour. Entitled to 1915 Star, British War Medal and Victory medal.

HEGARTY, Cecil J. 2085. Private

HELLABY, Frederick Allen. Private KEH. Commissioned Second Lieutenant 1st Battalion, Devonshire Regiment 1914 From Officers Training Battalion. Entered France 18/12/1914. Mentioned in Despatches 1/1/1916. Lieutenant 3RD (AUCKLAND) REGIMENT (COUNTESS OF RANFURLY'S OWN) NZEF 1917. Also noted a Captain later Major Frederick Allan Hellaby awarded Military Cross with the Auckland Machine Gun Corps. From Auckland, New Zealand one of four brothers.

HELLABY, John. Private KEH. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant Royal Horse Artillery, 2nd Indian Cavalry Division 27/02/1915 later Lieutenant. Mentioned in Despatches. Noted in 'The Wellingtonian' 1919, Wellington College, New Zealand.  

Photograph from the Auckland Weekly News 11/02/1915. From left to right: R. S. Hellaby, G. M. Nicol, John Hellaby and Wilmot Ching, King Edward's Horse. 

HELLABY, Richard Sydney. Private KEH. 'B' Squadron. Commissioned Second Lieutenant 129th Battery, Royal Field Artillery 27/02/1915. Entered France 14/11/1915. Promoted to Temporary Captain 15/04/1916 later Captain. Mentioned in Despatches 23/12/1918. Born in 1887. Son of Richard Hellaby (1849-1902) and Amy Maria (nee Briscoe) (1864-1955).  Richard was the founder with his brother William, of R & W Hellaby’s, the great New Zealand meat processors. When war broke out in 1914 all the young Hellaby men joined the army. Amy Hellaby sold Bramcote and took her two younger unmarried daughters to London for three years, buying a house in Bayswater to provide a home for the men when they were on leave. Educated at Wellington College. Civilian occupation as an artist. Living in Auckland in 1951 and died in 1971 in Cape Town, South Africa.  Noted in a 'Hail to the Hellabys' article in the 'Fielding Star' newspaper in Auckland 7/09/1915 as one of four brothers all serving as Commissioned Officers. Lieutenant J. Arthur B. Hellaby serving with  the Royal Engineers. Richard first took up art seriously when he joined the Lambeth School of Art, London. Later he studied at the Julian Academy and the Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris. After serving in the war he exhibited at the Royal Academy. In 1923-24 he visited New Zealand and the South Sea Islands, exhibiting and studying, and on his return to England he held a one-man exhibition of the work he had done on his tour. He has exhibited extensively in England and France. Commemorated on Auckland Online Cenotaph.

HELLMAN, Arthur L. 1936. Private
HELM, Cecil Von Puttkamer. 1255. Private, Private Lancashire Fusiliers 40569, Second Lieutenant London Regiment
HELME, John. Corporal/Gym Instructor
HEMMINGS, Joseph E. 1612. Private
HEMPHILL, Edmund. 1140. Private, Private Labour Corps 416781
HENDERSON, Bertram H. 1793. Private, Private Liverpool Regiment 85717
HENDERSON, Charles. 808. Serjeant
HENDERSON, Donald. 2655. Private, Private Tank Corps 42151
HENDERSON, Thomas. 697. Private, Private Corps of Lancers L/18743

HENDERSON, W. S. Surgeon-Lieutenant (M.D.) in King's Colonials noted on 1/04/1908 in the London Gazette. Major in KEH see Figure 19.

HENDY Ronald A. 606. Private, Lieutenant Royal Warwickshire Regiment
HENRY, Charles. 1193. Serjeant, Serjeant Labour Corps 511865
HEPSWORTH Douglas R. Private, Private Company of Dragoons D/13415
HEPWORTH, Percival Glover. 696. Private, Lieutenant Gloucestershire Regiment, Lieutenant Royal Welsh Fusiliers

HERALD, Walter R. 1686. Private

HERAPATH, Basil Arthur Conrad. 371. Serjeant. Entered France 2/06/1915. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant KEH 24/09/1917, promoted to Lieutenant. Born 6/11/1886 in New Zealand. Second Lieutenant in photograph at Marlborough Barracks, Dublin 1918 see Figure 33. Died in Sep 1937 in Wellington, New Zealand. One of three Herapath brothers from Auckland, New Zealand who served in the KEH, all sons of Samuel March and Clara Herapath. Commemorated on Auckland Online Cenotaph.

HERAPATH, Cyril Alexander. 94. Private. Born in Auckland, New Zealand in 1891. Served in KEH 1/11/1910 to 28/02/1913. Re-enlisted 1/03/1913 in Colchester, promoted to Corporal 31/01/1914, Sergeant 30/11/1914 and discharged 31/11/1915. Studied at Queen's College, Cambridge University (The Dial No. 22, 1915) likely to have been in University Troop. Died in Oxford in 1952. One of three Herapath brothers from Auckland, New Zealand who served in the KEH, all sons of Samuel March and Clara Herapath.

HERAPATH, H. L. Private. KEH. 'D' Squadron. One of three Herapath brothers from Auckland, New Zealand who served in the KEH, all sons of Samuel March and Clara Herapath. Immigration records show a H. C. C. Herapath aged 24 arrived in England in 1912 from New Zealand and likely to be same person.

HERBERT, Arthur. 1129. Private, Private Lancashire Fusiliers 40573
HERBERT, Reginald.1508. Private, Private Lancashire Fusiliers 40567

HERMON, Edward William. Junior Major in the KEH in 1910 late 7th (Queen's Own) Hussars, commanded the Oxford and Cambridge Squadron, then 'C' Squadron and transferred in June 1916 to become Lieutenant Colonel 24th (Tyneside Irish) Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers. He was KIA 09/04/17 aged 38 leading an attack at Arras having been shot through the heart. He was mentioned in despatches three times, and posthumously awarded the DSO. Born Preston, Lancashire 10th June 1878.  Went to Christ College Oxford in 1898. At the outbreak of the Boer War he joined the 2nd Volunteer Battalion, the Royal Sussex Regiment. On May 9th 1900 he was gazetted to be a Second Lieutenant in the 7th Hussars. In 1904, he married his first cousin, Ethel. Their fathers were brothers and were both in the cotton spinning and manufacturing business. Their eldest child, Betty, was born in the Transvaal in 1906. At the time of the birth of their eldest son Robert Arthur, the following year, they were living in Norwich. Mary was born in Farnborough in 1909. Olga in 1911, and Kenneth in 1915, were born at Brook Hill House, Cowfold, Horsham. Sussex. Throughout these years, it seems that Edward remained on the Army Retired list and had no formal occupation. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney A. Hermon of The White House, Balcombe, Sussex; husband of Ethel Hermon, of Brook Hill House, Cowfold, Sussex. Burried in ROCLINCOURT MILITARY CEMETERY, FRANCE. Name commemorated on Balcombe Victory Hall And Frescoes, West Sussex; Christ Church College, Oxford and St Peters Church, Cowford, West Sussex, UK.  Wrote 'For love and courage: the letters of Lieutenant Colonel E.W. Hermon from the Western Front 1914-1917'. Major in 1915 see Figure 19.

HERRERA, Ralph. 949. Private, Private Royal Fusiliers GS/59126
HERRIDGE, Lionel Hugh James. 81. Lance Corporal, Lieutenant Royal Fusiliers, Lieutenant Royal Engineers Inland Waterways and Docks

HERRING, Ned. KEH. Living in Australia in 1965.
HICKS, Arthur. 1012. Private
HICKS, Charles Albert. 1078. Private, Second Lieutenant Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers

HIDES, E. C. Quarter Master, Lieutenant, King's Colonials in 1902

HIGGS, John A. W. Private. Dragoons D/17124, Private KEH, Private Company of Dragoons

HILL, Archibald Douglas. 1908. Private

HILL, Cecil Henry. Second Lieutenant King's Colonials in 1905. Joined KC's 24/10/1903 as Second Lieutenant.

HILL, Claude. 1067. Private
HILL, Douglas Arthur Percy. 762. Private
HILL, John C. 1703. Private
HILL, John Dixon. 150. Private
HILL, Leonard R. 1692. Private, Private Tank Corps 302778, Private Northumberland Fusiliers 39944, Private Lancashire Fusiliers 40568

HILL, Norman Gray. 147. Serjeant, Lieutenant 3rd/1st Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry 5/12/1916.
HILL, Sidney George. Lieutenant King's African Rifles, Lieutenant KEH

HILLIER, Edward T. 658. Private, Private Labour Corps 62997. A New Zealander and friend of Serjeant Herbert Mackintosh, King's Colonials which may infer he to served in the King's Colonials prior to service in the KEH.

HILL-LOWE, Arthur Noel Vernon. Malay States Volunteer Rifles, KEH, Second Lieutenant then Lieutenant North Irish Horse

HINCKESMAN, Richard B. (Percy). 497. Private, KIA 20/10/1915 aged 28. Son of the late T. B. and G. M. Hinckesman of Tan-Y-Graig, Trinity Road, Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire. LOUVENCOURT MILITARY CEMETERY, FRANCE.

HINDLE, Harold Burr. Private KEH from Auckland New Zealand. Second Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery, Lieutenant Royal Horse Artillery, Staff Captain (photograph), Captain 'G' Battery Royal Horse Artillery. Educated in Auckland until 1912 and afterwards at Cambridge, was in camp with KEH when war broke out. He was given a commission in the Royal Field Artillery as early as December, 1914, and went over to France two months later. The following September he was wounded at Loos, but returned to France, after six months, with a howitzer brigade. He subsequently received two appointments as officer orderly, and in October went to England on short leave. His health giving way he was unable to get back, and during March of last year was appointed instructor in a cadet school at Bournemouth. In six months' time the school closed and he rejoined the Royal Horse Artillery.   He was killed on March 29th, 1918 with 'G' Battery. He was in the School XV for three years in succession (In Memoriam, 1914-1918).  Name commemorated on the Pozieres Memorial, Somme, France and Auckland On Line Cenotaph.

HINDLESMITH, Arthur. 563. Private. Enlisted KEH 12/08/1914 and promoted to Serjeant 1/04/1916. Entered France 22/04/1915. Posted to No. 7 Officers Cadet Battalion 9/03/1917 and commissioned as a Second Lieutenant 29/05/1917 in the 3rd Battalion, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Transferred as a Second Lieutenant 2nd Battalion, Wellington Infantry Regiment 28046, New Zealand Expeditionary Force on 6/05/1918. Born to Edmund and Florence Hindlesmith on 27/07/1889 in Dunedin, New Zealand where he spent 14 years prior to emigrating to London. Married Doris Beard in Hornsey, North London on 6 June 1918 and left for the front the next day. Wounded 29/09/1918 with gun shot wound to head and Died of Wounds on 1/10/1918. Buried in Grevillers British Cemetery, Pas-de-Calais, France. Commemorated on the Auckland Online Cenotaph with detailed records of service available.

HIRD, John Butler. 2079. Saddler Lance Corporal
HIRST, William A. 1274. Private

HOBBS, Charles R. Private KEH. Driver then Gunner Royal Field Artillery 47237 and entered France 19/09/1915. Commissioned Second Lieutenant 84th Brigade RFA in 1915 later Captain. Born in Hastings the son of Reverend J. Hobbs and lived in Hawke's Bay, New Zealand. Died in 1966 in Bristol, UK. Student at Cambridge University. Noted as having served with KEH prior to RFA in wedding notice as best man at the wedding of Second Lieutenant Kenneth W. Pain 1915 also ex-KEH and RFA. Portrait photograph in RFA (IWM HU 115689) available.

HOBBS, Frederick Finnian Baden. 234. Private. Born in Mauritius in 1893. Served pre-WW1 KEH 4/12/1912 to 28/02/1913. Re-enlisted 1/03/1913 and discharged 8//08/1914 on medical grounds. Was a medical student.

HODDINOTT, Richard J. 796. Private
HODGKINSON, Sidney H. 1741. Private
HODGSON, F. R. 399. Private, Lieutenant
HODSON, Donald A. P. Private, Private Company of Dragoons D/17134

HODSON, Geoffrey Norman. 1328. Private 'B' Squadron KIA 07/10/17 aged 23. Son of Albin and Isabella Hodson of Gowerlands, Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia. Buried in MINTY FARM CEMETERY, BELGIUM.

HOEY, John R. 36. Private
HOFFE, John E. 1205. Corporal
HOLLAND, Harold A. 2227. Private Royal Fusiliers 59053, Private KEH, Private East Surrey Regiment 26238, Private London Regiment 718466

HOLLAND, John Dixon. 550. Private, Second Lieutenant Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 550

HOLLAND, Michael James. Captain, Honorary Major East Africa Political Department. Lieutenant in 1915 see Figure 19.

HOLLAND, Thomas W. 1354.
HOLLIMAN, John. 1972. Private County of London Yeomanry 1954, Private Tank Corps 112086 ,Private Manchester Regiment 4266, Private KEH 1972

HOLLINGDALE, E. T. Staff Lieutenant, Lieutenant Reserve Regiment of Cavalry

HOLMDEN, Edgar C. (Ned). 1501. Private. From South Africa. Served in half section with Bill Wilson and Arthur C. Hull at Defence of Les Huits Maison 04/1918.

HOLMES, Ernest. Acting Serjeant Dragoon Guards D/17005, Acting Serjeant KEH D/17005, Acting Serjeant Corps of Dragoons D/17005

HOLMES, William. 1321. Sapper, Serjeant Tank Corps 302858, Serjeant Northumberland Fusiliers 61304
HOLTUM, Robert W. Private. Anglo-Argentinian railway staff.
HOMANN, Leslie R. 1402. Private, Acting Serjeant Tank Corps 69846
HOMER, Frederick. 502. Private
HONIWELL, Edwin C. 1696 Private, Northumberland Fusiliers 61277, Private Tank Corps 302828
HOOK, Charles. 1126. Private, Serjeant Tank Corps 302828, Serjeant Northumberland Fusiliers 61232

HOOPER, S. Private in Reserve Regiment 1918, photograph on

HOPE, Duncan. 1217. Private

HOPE, Roland W. 1408. Private, Lieutenant. Captain in photograph at Marlborough Barracks, Dublin 1918 see Figure 33. Australian and was living in Geelong, Victoria, Australia in 1965.

HOPE, W. R. 1703. Private.

HOPKINS, F. 230. Private. King's Colonials. Awarded Imperial Yeomanry Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, Feb 1908.

HOPPER, George H. 2009. Private 2118 on MIC as well.
HORE, Joseph. 1564. Private, Private Tank Corps 112276.
HORN,, K. K. 970. Private, Second Lieutenant then Major Royal Flying Corps, Second Lieutenant Royal Marines.
HORNBLOWER, Austin. 150. Private. Discharged 8/12/1918.
HORNE, William Frederick Warner. 394. Private 'B' Squadron. Commissioned 1/12/18 as Second Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery.

HOWARD, Edward Percy. Lieutenant.
HOWARD, Frank H. 1041. Serjeant.
HOWARD, Frank M. 1440. Private..
HOWARD, Henry W. 1484. Private

HOWARD, John. Major. Major Howard was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia on 17th June 1856 and died in March 1929 in London. He was an original Officer in the King’s Colonials having joined 1/02/1903 after service with the Canadian 66th Regiment. Commanded 'B' Squadron (British American) in 1903. Major Howard reverted to the rank of Captain in 1913 and did not see service in the Great War. He went on to become Agent General of Nova Scotia in 1892 (For photograph see Figure 4 and images of Major Howard's sword are shown in Figures 298-299).

HOWARD, Sydney. 1724. Private 2076 on MIC as well
HOWARD, Walter A. 68. Corporal, Private Royal Berkshire Regiment 39814, Private Northumberland Fusiliers 61235, Private Labour Corps 478082

HOWE, Trevor Guy. 2247. Private. Anglo-Argentinian Railway staff. Enlisted 6/11/1918 aged 32. Wounded and discharged 6/01/1919. Claimed Silver War Badge No. B127054.

HUBBARD, Jesse. 1377. Serjeant, Serjeant Northumberland Fusiliers 61282, Tank Corps 302829
HUGHES, Edward R. 1194. Private, Private Liverpool Regiment 88714, Private Lancashire Fusiliers 70471
HUGHES, Robert G. 1009. Private

HULL, Arthur Charles. 1635. Staff Serjeant, Shoeing Smith. Born in South Africa and living in Natal, South Africa in 1964. Wounded by machine gun fire at Les Huits Maison 04/1918. Half section with Bill Wilson and Private Edgar (Ned) Holmden, 1501 from South Africa.

HULL, Basil R. 1274. Private, Private Labour Corps 329911

HULL, Herbert. 1441. Private. DOW 10/05/18 aged 24. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hull; husband of Rosina Hull, of 20 Threadgold Street, North Kensington, London. Buried in ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY, FRANCE.

HULL, John A. 1735. Private

HUMPHRYS, Basil Godfrey. 432. Lance Corporal KIA 20/11/1917. Born in Ottawa, Canada. Enlisted London and was living at West Norwood. Entered theatre of war 22/04/15. Commemorated on CAMBRAI MEMORIAL, LOUVERVAL, FRANCE and on Original Bank of Liverpool & Martins WW1 Memorial and Service Roll & Canadian Virtual War Memorial.

HUMPHRYS, Stewart Francis. 70. Serjeant, Second Lieutenant Royal Fusiliers
HUNGERFORD, Mervyn W. 1362. Private, Corporal Tank Corps 302792, Corporal Northumberland Fusiliers 61203

HUNNS, A. Reverend, Chaplain in King's Colonials 1902, 1905, KEH 1910

HUNT, Arthur W. 1414. Private, Private Tank Corps 112240. British War Medal in a private collection in 2016.

HUNT, Clarence C. 1544. Private, Royal Defence Corps 91327
HUNT, F. W. J. 2052. Private, Private Sherwood Rangers 76046
HUNT, John A. P. 1519. Private, Second Lieutenant Royal Air Force
HUNT, William. Private, Corps of Dragoons D/10828
HUNTER, Ian B. 2062. Private
HUNTER, Robert Alan Bertram. 831. Private, Lieutenant

HUTCHINGS, Lionel F. 1199. Private, Private Tank Corps 302885, Private Liverpool Regiment 85724
HUTCHINGS, Robert. 1171. Private, Private Labour Corps 425735
HUTCHINS, Alfred. 1401. Private, Lance Corporal. Awarded Military Medal for patrol work October 1918
HUTCHINSON, Cecil. 2177. Private
HUTCHINSON, Charles F. 1643. Private, Private Machine Gun Corps 105383

HYDE, Ernest Elmer. Second Lieutenant