NAGLE, Cornelius. 1647. Private, Private Labour Corps
NASH, Frederick C. 2043. Private
NAUDE, Benjamin. 1234. Private

NAYLOR, Benjamin Birchall. 168. Private, born in Litherland, Lancashire and enlisted in Liverpool.  Died of a self-inflicted wound 19/06/17 aged 26. 'B' Squadron. Son of Benjamin Shepherd Naylor and the late Caroline Naylor of Grasmere, Blundellsands, Liverpool. Buried in BOULOGNE EASTERN CEMETERY, FRANCE. Commemorated on Hightown Club WW1 Roll Of Honour, Hightown and Blundellsands Wesleyan Sunday School Plaque, Liverpool, Merseyside.

NAYLOR, James. W. 252. Serjeant. Discharged 28/02/1919.
NEALE, Horace. 795. Private, Private Tank Corps 302812, Private Northumberland Fusiliers 39890, Private Lancashire Fusiliers 40584

NEL, Johannes P. 1356. Corporal
NELSON, Gilbert H. 2047. Private
NEUWIRTH, Arthur. 1997. Private
NEVILLE, John B. 1712. Private
NEWBURY, Christopher. 1318. Private
NEWMAN Eric J. 1706 Private
NEWSTEAD Horace 1569 Private 2124 on MIC as well
NEWTON Frank 1180 Private
NIBLETT George 1461 Private
NICCOL, George McLaughlin. 499. Private, Captain Royal Field Artillery
NICHOLLS, Phillip G. 1681. Private
NICHOLS, William. 996. Private, Private Labour Corps 421740
NICHOLS, William. D/10690. Private, Private Corps of Dragoons D/10690
NICKSON, R. G. 1015. Lance Corporal
NIELSON, Louis. 2231. Private Machine Gun Corps 55135, Private KEH

NOBLE, Percy Welstead H. 642. Private. KIA 26/08/1917. Buried in DUHALLOW A.D.S. CEMETERY, BELGIUM.

NORMAN, Edward A. 1481. Private, Private Tank Corps 159047, Private Northumberland Fusiliers 39913, Private Lancashire Fusiliers 40585

NORMAN, Reginald. 1676. Private, Private Royal Fusiliers GS/59068, Private London Regiment 783503
NORTHCOTE, Thomas Francis. Second Lieutenant, Lieutenant Royal Air Force
NUTT, Ernest E. D/6372. Private Dragoon Guards D/6372, Private KEH D/6732
NUTTALL, Walter E. 1238. Private

O'BRIEN, Pierce F. 1206. Private

O'CONNOR, Brian. 1300. Private. 'A' Squadron. Left Trinidad for UK 18/10/1915, discharged 3/11/1919 and died in Trinidad 23/01/1976. Wrote a vivid account of the fighting at Vieille Chapelle as part of a machine gun team in Letters from the Front (From the War Memorial Number, CIC St. Mary's College Annual, 1919). Brother of Roderick O'Connor.

O'CONNOR, Roderick. 1301. Private. 'A' Squadron. Left Trinidad for UK 18/10/1915, discharged 5/07/1919 and died in Trinidad in 1970. Brother of Brian O'Connor and wounded at Vieille Chapelle.

O'DONNELL, M. Serjeant Major in 1911 and was a Lieutenant in the 4th (Royal Irish) Dragoon Guards in 1920s.

O'HARA, Terence. 1721. Private, Private Corps of Hussars 80209

O'HALLORAN GILES, Robert. Private Hussars 34111. Second Lieutenant KEH promoted to Lieutenant Dec 1917. Taken Prisoner of War 9/04/1918 at defence of Vieille Chapelle with 4th Troop, 'A' Squadron and DOW 26/04/18 aged 21. Son of Thomas O'Halloran Giles and Jean O'Halloran Giles, of Adelaide, Australia. Attended Geelong Grammar School, Victoria, Australia. Buried in TOURNAI COMMUNAL CEMETERY ALLIED EXTENSION, BELGIUM.

O'KELLY, A. N. Captain attached Tank Corps, then Lieutenant Colonel.
OKIE, Howard C. 932. Private

OLDMEADOW, L. J. Surgeon. Lieutenant King's Colonials 1902 (Photograph see Figure 4).

OLIPHANT, Marcus. Private King's Colonials 1902.
OLIVER, Cuthbert Hanson. Second Lieutenant, Lieutenant Army Service Corps
OLIVER, William John. 1379. Private, Private Labour Corps 230749
OLLEY, Martin C. 1653. Private, Private Machine Gun Corps 105388
O'NEILL, Conrade. 1540. Acting Corporal
O'NEILL, Fergus. 1576. Private, Private Tank Corps 317936, Private Lancashire Fusiliers 45491
O'REGAN, Michael. 838. Private

ORMSBY, Richard Gilbert. 2083. Private, KIA 19/10/18 aged 29. Son of Dr. G. H. Ormsby and Mrs. L. Ormsby of Forrest Road, Rondebosch, Cape Town, South Africa. Buried in CAMBRIN MILITARY CEMETERY, FRANCE.

ORR, Walter. GS/6329. Private Dragoon Guards GS/6329, Private KEH, Private Corps of Dragoons

ORR-EWING, . Second Lieutenant in photograph at Marlborough Barracks, Dublin 1918 see Figure 33.

OSBORNE, Arthur. 1114. Private KEH. Mentioned in Despatches.

OSBORNE, Henry (Herbert) Edward. Captain, Military Cross Lieutenant 1914/15 Star, BWM, Victory Captain London Gazette 4/10/1919

OTTREY, C. E. 2020. Private, Private Royal Scots Greys, Private Sherwood Rangers, Private Middlesex Yeomanry
OWEN, Henry. 1578. Private, Private Northumberland Fusiliers GS/59071
OWEN, Henry Belton. 997. Private, Private British West Indies Regiment 4959
OYLER, Archibald G. 1396. Private, Private Northumberland Fusiliers 61286