KEH 'MA-McV'


MACAULAY, Frederick. C. 729. Serjeant, Lieutenant. 'D' Squadron. Killed in action in 1915. Served as a District Commissioner in North Rhodesia for 12 years. Name recorded on a commemorative tablet upon the War Memorial, Victoria Falls (Photograph in The King Edward’s Horse Senior and Junior Comrades Association Annual Bulletin No 14, 1947). Gravestone photograph courtesy CWGC.  

MACAULIFFE, William. 1932. Private
MacCONNAL, Connell. 662. Private, Private Royal Army Service Corps M/40308

MacDONALD, Charles Edward Victor. 617. Private. From Argentina. Awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal as Corporal. Attended third re-union in 1945.

MacDONALD, Hugh. 1286. Private

MacDONALD, John Norman. Sergeant of the Cambridge troop in 1907. Second Lieutenant KEH 1910, Major in command of 'B' Squadron during WW1. Australian. Mentioned in Despatches. Captain in 1915 see Figure 19.

MacDONALD, Oscar. 1946. Private
MacDONALD, Ritchie. 2019. Private
MacDOUGALL, Thomas M. 990. Private, Lieutenant London Regiment
MacEFIELD Walter D/8469 Private, Private Corps of Dragoons
MacGILLIVRAY Henry Alexander 1948 Private

MacINTOSH, Herbert. Squadron Quarter Master Serjeant (SQMS). 3rd (New Zealand) Troop of ‘D’ Squadron (British African) of the 4th City of London (King’s Colonials) Imperial Yeomanry. Born in Christchurch, New Zealand in 1871 and served with the King’s Colonials from 1902 until 1906 and died in March 1957. SQMS MacIntosh wrote proudly in the King Edward’s Horse Senior and Junior Old Comrades Association Bulletin in 1946 that he still prized owning his tunic and was disappointed not to be able to wear it and ride in the Procession as part of the Christchurch Centennial Celebrations in 1950 (The King Edward’s Horse Senior and Junior Old Comrades Association Bulletin. 18: 18, 1951). The Full Dress tunic he wore is shown in Figures 60-66.

MACKAY, Charles Stuart. 289. Private, Lieutenant 3rd/7th Battalion, King's Liverpool Regiment, Lieutenant, 15th Battalion London Regiment. 1914-15 Star (289 Pte., K. Edw. H.); Victory Medal 1914-19 (Lieut.) sold by Dix Noonan Webb, UK at auction in April 2006.

MacKAY, Donald P. 334. Serjeant, Serjeant Tank Corps 111997, Serjeant Machine Gun Corps 147831
MACKAY, William David. 369. Corporal, Serjeant. Commissioned as a Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery 24/03/1917.
MacKENZIE, Ernest. 1232. Private
MacKEY, Robert. 793. Private
MacKEY, William Graham. 277. Lance Corporal

MacKINNON, Donald. Captain 'A, B and C' Squadrons. Lived in South America and attended third re-union in 1945. Living in Australia in 1965. Lieutenant in KEH in 1915 see Figure 19.

MacKINTOSH, A. J. Lieutenant. Portrait photograph see Figure 320 Copyright Imperial War Museum HU 117631.

MacKRELL, Henry R. 944. Private
MacLAGAN, William C. 979. Private, Lieutenant London Regiment
MacLEAN, Archibald. 470. Private, Second Lieutenant King's Own Scottish Borderers
MacQUEEN John Norman Reeve 1891 Serjeant
MacQUINN Oliver 1677 Private, Private Labour Corps 515080
MACVEAN John 1173 Private
MAIR George H. 961 Private
MAISONVILLE Oliver Francis 1057 Serjeant, Lieutenant Canadian Expeditionary Force
MALCOMB H. A. D. 260 Private, Second Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery
MALEHAM Frederick 1640 Serjeant, Serjeant Tank Corps 304891
MANDERS George Benjamin 472 Private, Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery
MANN Charles 570 Saddler, Private
MANN Hugh H. 1890 Private
MANNING Norman 1722 Private, Private Tanks Corps 302798, Private Northumberland Fusiliers 61193
MANSFIELD Wilifred Stephen Second Lieutenant, Major Hussars
MARGUTTI Chartres Louis Henry 1076 Private
MARKEY Patrick C. A. 1760 Private, Second Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery, Second Lieutenant Royal Irish Fusiliers
MARLOWE J. E. 991 Staff Serjeant Major, Warrant Officer Class 2
MARR James R. 1511 Private
MARRION James 1914 Sapper Royal Engineers 221581, Sapper KEH
MARRIOT Charles 526 Acting Corporal
MARSH Joseph George 1374 Private
MARSHALL John C. D/16406 Private, Private Corps of Dragoons, Private Army Service Corps ES/50319, Private Scottish Horse 395418
MARSHALL Julis T. 1704 Serjeant, Serjeant Tank Corps 105385
MARTIN Archibald R. 1699 Acting Serjeant, Acting Serjeant Machine Gun Corps 105386
MARTIN Cecil C. 1725 Private, Private Labour Corps 389719
MARTIN Henry F. G. 1164 Private
MARTIN O. N. 48 Staff Serjeant
MARTIN William Henry Ernest 1462 Private, Lieutenant East Surrey Regiment
MARTINGELL Frederick J. 1610 Private
MARTINSON W. F. 860 Private
MASKELL Ernest 1092 Private, Private Army Service Corps M/28056 incomplete
MASON Adrian T. Monck 1052 Private, Lieutenant Royal Horse Artillery
MASON Charles E. D/17207 Private, Private Corps of Dragoons D/17027
MASON, Ernest George. 739. Private, Captain Royal Berkshire Regiment
MASON, Henry Walter. 1999. Private
MASSEY, Walter. 608. Private
MASTERS, Norman E. J. 591. Private
MATHERS, Henry Samuel. 998. Private, Second Lieutenant Suffolk Regiment
MATHEW, Augustus E. 1750. Private
MATHEW, David Hinchey. 920. Private, Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery
MATHIESON, George R. 261. Serjeant, Lieutenant Gordon Highlanders
MATHIESON, John D. 1557. Private, Private Tank Corps 302800, Acting Quartermaster Serjeant Northumberland Fusiliers 29887
MATTERSON, George Hardwick. 1359. Private, Second Lieutenant, Lieutenant

MATTHEWS, A. E. KEH. Prior service in the Natal rebellion with Royston's Horse and also in German South West Africa, unit unknown. British War and Victory medals held in a private collection in Ireland, 2018. Information courtesy British Medal Forum.

MATTHEWS, Donald M. 1238. Private, Second Lieutenant Royal Naval Air Service
MAULSBURY, John Roderick. 1748. Private, Second Lieutenant King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
MAWDSLEY, Robert. 1283. Private
MAXWELL, Lionel George. 1298. Private, Corporal East Lancashire Regiment 30746, Corporal then Second Lieutenant Cheshire Regiment

MAY, Charles Campbell. Captain. Born in Otago, New Zealand in 1889. Served in King's Colonials/KEH 1908-1914. Freemason and member of King's Colonials Lodge. KIA 1/07/1916 with 22nd Battalion (7th City Pals), Manchester Regiment at Mametz at the Battle of the Somme. Mentioned in Dispatches. Only son of Major Charles Edward May, New Zealand Forces and was married to Bessie Maude Earles in 1912 with a baby daughter Maude Pauline May. At the outbreak of war he founded and commanded the Legion of Volunteers in Manchester. Buried at Dantzig Alley British Cemetery, Mametz, France. Diary in the Imperial War Museum collection and now published as 'To Fight Alongside Friends'.

MAY, Fred. 549. Private
MAY, Lawrence S. 1385. Private, Second Lieutenant Liverpool Regiment
MAYBANK, John Gunter. 1315. Private, Second Lieutenant King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
McALIER, Patrick. 1297. Private 2nd Dragoon Guards 2DG/5812, Acting Corporal Dragoon Guards D/19537, Acting Serjeant KEH.
McALPINE, George R. 747. Private, Lance Corporal Tank Corps 302810, Lance Corporal Northumberland Fusiliers 3982 incomplete, Lance Corporal Lancashire Fusiliers.
McARDLE, Hugh Francis. 33. Serjeant, Lieutenant
McARTHUR, Basil. 2164. Private Middlesex Regiment G/50687, Private KEH alias Bradney, Arthur B.

McBEAN, Ian Bryce. 121. Serjeant, Commissioned KEH 24/11/1916 as Lieutenant KEH. Lieutenant Royal Air Force. Photograph as Lieutenant shown in Figure 31.

McCALMAN, Frank. 970. Corporal
McCARTER, Frank O. A. 1564. Private
McCARTHY Justin Ernest 1101 Private, Private Labour Corps 424157

McCLOSKEY, James. 1347. Private. KIA 26/08/1917 aged 39. Son of Patrick and Mary McClosky of Donegal; husband of Catherine McCloskey of New Row, Donegal. Buried in DUHALLOW Advanced Dressing Station CEMETERY, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.

McCOMB, William C. 806. Private
McCORMACK, Albert. 1731. Private

McCORMACK, Percy James. 1278. Corporal. Awarded Military Medal. (Possibly photograph Figure 23).

McCORMICK, Andrew. 1107. Private, Second Lieutenant
McCORMICK, J. V. 289. Private
McCORRY, E. M. 1021. Private

McCRACKEN, Edward. 1105. Lance Corporal, Serjeant. Awarded Military Medal and bar.

McCULLOCH, Archibald Hood. 2248. Private

McCULLOCH, William Bennett. 1047. Private, Second Lieutenant. Awarded the Military Cross as a Lieutenant. Australian and lived until at least 1965.

McDONALD, Frank. 357801. Private
McDONALD, George. 1771. Private, Private Scottish Horse 4961, Private Royal Engineers WR/285723
McDONALD, J. A. Lieutenant KEH 1910.
McDOUALL, Philip Hastings. 959. Private, Second Lieutenant then Lieutenant Royal Engineers
McDOWALL Thomas 564 Private, Second Lieutenant
McDOWELL T. Second Lieutenant (question same record as above noting different spelling)

McEVOY Patrick E. 170. Squadron Quarter Master Serjeant, Staff Quarter Master Serjeant. A number of his uniform items are held within the National Army Museum collection He served 1911-16 in the KEH.

McGAFFIN George D/21284 Private, Private Dragoons UD/303, Private Corps of Dragoons D/21287

McGINITY Francis G. 830. Private F. G. McGinity. 1914-15 Star (830 Pte., K. Edw. H.); British War and Victory Medals (830 Pte., K. Edw. H.). Private McGinity entered the France/Flanders theatre of war on 22 April 1915. With copied m.i.c. Sold at auction by Dix Noonan Webb, UK in March 2012.

McGLASHIN Colin L. 1446 Private, Private Northumberland Fusiliers 61208

McGOWAN, John. Medals worn by Squadron Sergeant-Major McGowan (Regimental number 2139) 4th Dragoon Guards, King's Colonials and later Yeoman of the Guard. India General Service medal 1895-1902 with two clasps, Punjab Frontier 1897-98, Tirah 1897-98 (S.Q.M.S. J. McGowan, 4th Dragoon Gds); Army Long Service and Good Conduct medal (L.S & G.C. VR., small letter reverse VR crown; Meritorious Service Medal GVR; Khedive's Star 1882. John McGowan was born at Liverpool and enlisted there into the 4th Dragoon Guards on 21 September 1877, aged 18, a cabinet maker by trade. He was promoted to Corporal in March 1880; Lance-Sergeant, May 1882; Sergeant, July 1882; Troop Sergeant-Major, November 1891; Squadron Sergeant-Major, May 1898. He served in Egypt from 9 August to 22 October, 1882 (Medal and Bronze Star), and in India from September 1894 to November 1901, and took part in the Tirah campaign of 1897-98 (Medal with 2 clasps). He was awarded the L.S. & G.C. medal with gratuity £5 in Army Order 10 of January 1896. He was posted to the Permanent Staff Yeomanry Cavalry as Regimental Sergeant-Major on 20 December 1901, sanctioned to raise the ‘King’s Colonials’ whose name was changed in 1911 to King Edward’s Horse. McGowan was discharged from the Permanent Staff of the King’s Colonials Yeomanry on 12 May 1909, and almost immediately appointed to H.M. Bodyguard on 18 June 1909. His M.S.M. without annuity was announced in Army Order 163 of 1932 and issued to him as a Yeoman of the King’s Bodyguard. He attended, and also received medals for, the Coronation in 1911, the Silver Jubilee in 1935, and the Coronation in 1937, and died on 11 January 1942. 

McGRATH John Thomas. 1931. Private
McGREGOR Alan W. 1130. Private.
McINROY William. 1330. Private.
McINTOSH, Alexander James. 1046. Private, Second Lieutenant, Lieutenant. From Australia and alive in 1965.
McINTOSH, Ernest. 1659. Private.
McISAAC, Donald. 2282. Private Lovat's Scouts 2835, Private KEH, Private Royal Regiment of Dragoons 125189
McKAY, William K. 1509. Private
McKEAN, Archie. 384. Serjeant. Rank of Acting Squadron Quarter Master Serjeant on medals. Discharged 19/04/19.

McKENZIE, A. G. Second Lieutenant in command of the Cambridge university detachment attached to 'C' Squadron. Son of Colonel McKenzie of the Natal Forces and who had seen distinguished service in the Boer War. May be same individual noted below.

McKENZIE, Alexander J. 1177. Private KEH. Became Colonel in command of the 1st Royal Natal Carabiniers after service as a Captain in the 6th Dragoon Guards in France 1917-19. May be same individual noted above.

McKENZIE, Fred. 203. Private, Corporal Army Pay Corps 17580
McKENZIE, Frederick William. Private, Labour Corps 416802
McLARTY, Lachlan. 2052. Private

McLAY James 1499. Lance Corporal KIA 9/04/18 aged 38. Born in UK. Son of Mrs. and the late J. McLay, of Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia. LOOS MEMORIAL, FRANCE.

McLEAN John Archibald 780 Private, Second Lieutenant Army Service Corps
McLENNAN Alexander 957 Private
McNAMA Joseph 617 Lance Corporal, Second Lieutenant then Lieutenant Royal Army Service Corps,
McPHEE Hugh 490 Private

McPHERSON Herbert 1210 Private KIA 22/3/17. THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, FRANCE.

McPHERSON Ian W. 1751 Private
McROBB David C. 1769 Private, Corporal Northumberland Fusiliers 61263
McSWINEY Walter M. 1263 Private, Private Royal Army Service Corps S/391313, Private Royal Engineers 604696
McVEAGH James 542 Private also spelt McVedgh on MIC