ULYATE, Alfred.1068. Private
UNIACKE, Evelyn William P. Captain KEH, Major Royal Dublin Fusiliers, Lieutenant Colonel Lancashire Fusiliers
UNSTEAD, George. 1121. Private
UPTON, William. 1465. Private, Private Lancashire Fusiliers 45510

UREN, Thomas A. 927. Serjeant. DOW 02/03/1917 aged 40. Son of H. Uren of Penzance; husband of Margaret Uren of 6 Gloucester Road, Regent's Park, London. WANDSWORTH (EARLSFIELD) CEMETERY, UK."

VAILE, R. S. Captain, King's Colonials in 1902 and commanded 3rd Troop (New Zealand) 'D' Squadron (British African) in 1903.

VALLANCE, Robert. 1548. Private

VALLENTINE, Philip. 1089. Serjeant, Serjeant Royal West Kent Regiment G/20164. Surname spelt Vallending on another list. Address given as Johannesburg, South Africa.

VAN BLERK, Albert D. J. 315. Private
VAN COLLER, Louis. 1745. Private, Lance Corporal KEH 61212, Second Lieutenant London Regiment
VARDON, Evelyn Francis Claude. Private, Second Lieutenant Royal Dublin Fusiliers
VARRIE, William James. 1502. Private
VELHO, Saturis F. 1665. Private, Private Army Pay Corps 22981
VENTER, Gert Henry. 2094. Private

VEREKER, J. M. Major King's Colonials 1902 and commanded 'D' Squadron (British African) in 1903 (Photograph see Figure 4).

VICK, Frank. 521. Private
VICKERS, Rupert A. 1350. Lance Corporal, Acting Serjeant
VINCENT, Edward. 1623. Private

VINCENT, Tom. 64. Serjeant. Squadron Serjeant Major KEH. Born in England and demobilised 01/1919. Awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal as Squadron Serjeant-Major.

VINCENT, William Henry Hillman. 1495. Private KIA 29/08/16. LONGFORD (BALLYMACORMICK) CEMETERY, IRELAND.

VINER, Frederick Gordon. Private, Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery. From South Africa and served in the King's Colonials from 6/01/02 (first recruit shown on the Regimental List) and then re-enlisted in the KEH November 1914. Commissioned February 1915.

VINER, Reginald George. Second Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant Royal Air Force

WADDY, Richard Granville. Second Lieutenant KEH in 1910, Lieutenant, Lieutenant Royal Army Medical Corps, Captain Special Reserve
WADE, Brian (Frederick). Corporal who saw service in WW1.
WADE, Charles E. 1942. Private
WAKEFIELD, Thomas B. 447. Corporal, Second Lieutenant West Yorkshire Regiment
WALKER, Andrew J. 2034. Private 2080 on MIC as well
WALKER, H. P. W. 773. Private, Second Lieutenant Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders
WALKER, John K. 1014. Private
WALKER, John Scott. Private, Lieutenant Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, Captain Machine Gun Corps
WALKER, John Stuart. 368. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant, Royal Field Artillery Special Reserve 21/01/1918.
WALKER, Joseph. 1657. Private

WALKER, Samuel R. 367. Private, Corporal. Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant, 4th (B) Reserve Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Made a Companion of the British Empire.

WALL, R. F. Lieutenant and Veterinary Officer in KEH 1910

WALLACE, Nesbit Willoughby. Lieutenant Colonel, King's Colonials first Commanding Officer (1901-04) saw service in the Red River campaign in 1870 with King's Royal Rifle Corps. Lieutenant Colonel Willoughby Wallace (20 April 1839 – 31 July 1931) was born in Canada, was a first class cricketer but is perhaps best remembered for his co-design of the Slade Wallace leather 1888 Pattern valise equipment. He was 75 at the outbreak of the Great War but remained active in recruiting for the King Edward's Horse. His name is listed against the rank of Honourary Lieutenant Colonel in the July 1915 Army List (Portrait photograph Figure 2 and Figure 4).

WALLIKER, T. G. 1544. Private

WALLIS, Reginald G. 573. Private. 'A' Squadron. Entered France and Flanders theatre 2/6/15 and discharged 15/2/19.

WALSH, Henry James. 292. Corporal. Commissioned South Staffordshire Regiment 31/01/1916. Captain and Adjutant Leicestershire Regiment, Captain South Staffordshire Regiment
WALTERS, George. 1294. Private, Private Northumberland Fusiliers 61216
WALTHEW, Fred. 1594. Private, Lieutenant Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment
WANGFORD, Walter Henry John. 53. Staff Quartermaster Serjeant, Lieutenant Royal Engineers
WARD, G. F. 756. Private, Lieutenant Royal Warwickshire Regiment
WARD, Joseph Bart. 1268. Private, Acting Captain Royal Army Service Corps
WARD, Robert. 378. Warrant Officer Class 2, Warrant Officer Class 2 Northumberland Fusiliers 61230
WARING, J. L. 1432. Private, Liverpool Regiment, Captain Royal Ordnance Corps, Captain Wellesley's Rifles Indian Army
WARING, Samuel. 1478. Private, Second Lieutenant Northumberland Fusiliers
WARNER, Stanley E. 797. Private
WARNES, William G. 370. Private, Private Tank Corps 112043
WARREN, James. 12. Private
WARREN John B. 1610 Private, Private Machine Gun Corps 112063, Private Liverpool Regiment 3/85698
WARREN Thomas 1801 Private, Private Northumberland Fusiliers 39839, Private Lancashire Fusiliers 40605, Private Tank Corps 302816
WARRINGTON Harold G. 449 Private, Second Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery
WARWICK Frederick 341 Private, Private Labour Corps 407924

WATERS David John 1671 Private KIA 25/10/1917. TYNE COT MEMORIAL, BELGIUM.

WATSON Albert E. 1388 Private, Private Tank Corps 302930
WATSON Desmond 1549 Private, Acting Corporal Machine Gun Corps 22990, Captain Tank Corps
WATSON Ernest 1217 Private

WATSON Harry 665 Serjeant KIA 9/04/18 aged 33. 'B' Squadron. Son of the late Matthew and Harriot Watson, of Ighten Grove, Padiham Rd., Burnley; husband of the late Florence Martha Watson (nee Peck). LOOS MEMORIAL, FRANCE.

WATSON John 1570 Private
WATSON Oswald 825 Private

WATT Norman L. 644. South African. Corporal, Second Lieutenant KEH; Second Lieutenant Royal Air Force and awarded Air Force Cross. Brother of William Edward Watt.

WATT William Edward 569. South African. Corporal, Second Lieutenant KEH; Second Lieutenant Royal Air Force and awarded Air Force Cross. Brother of Norman Lindley Watt.

WATTON Walter H. P. 1314 Private
WATTS Laurie 72 Private
WATTS Robert W. 922 Private
WATTS Samuel F. 1988 Private 2081 on MIC as well
WAYNE Claud Anthony 1358 Lance Corporal
WEATHERBY Norman Thomas 910 Private
WEATHERLY N. Expeditionary Force Canteens
WEAVER Hubert E. 1608 Private
WEAVER Robert O. 1299 Private
WEBB Edwin Gilbert Lumley 966 Corporal, Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery
WEBB John Montague Captain

WEBB Louis M. 555. Saddler. Portrait photograph 1914 from (The King Edward’s Horse Senior and Junior Comrades Association Annual Bulletin No 14, 1947).

WEBB, Walter Victor. 1235. Private
WEBSTER, Ernest. 1692. Private London Regiment Field Ambulance 3311, Private KEH
WEEDON, Sydney. 1625. Private, Serjeant Tank Corps 302782, Serjeant Northumberland Fusiliers 61197
WELBOURN, Herbert. 674. Private

WELCH, Herbert Llewellyn. 44. Squadron Serjeant Major 'B' Squadron. Mentioned in Despatches as Serjeant. Lieutenant Army Ordnance Depot died in 1952. Secretary of the King's Colonials lodge since 1934.

WELD, Charles M. 1489. Private, Captain

WELLS, Ernest S. Squadron Serjeant Major King's Colonials circa 1903. Served as Regimental Serjeant Major in the 4th Hussars and promoted to Regimental Serjeant Major, King Edward's Horse in 1910 (see 1911 photograph, Figure 42).

WELLS, Lovell S. W. 1382. Private
WELLS, Reginald John Francis. 1644. Private, Lieutenant Royal Air Force
WEST, Harold 799. Private
WEST, William G. 1629. Private, Private Northumberland Fusiliers 61198

WEST, William Jack. 811. Private 'A' Squadron KEH. Lieutenant Surrey Yeomanry. Wounded 24/06/1915 when defending trench from German attack.

WESTALL, John H. 1844. Private, King's Rifle Regiment, Reserve Regiment Horse Guards, Machine Gun Corps Second Lieutenant
WESTERHOUT Eric G. 266. Private. Discharged 8/07/1919.
WESTON, Frederick Ivor. 303. Corporal, Captain Tank Corps
WHEATLEY, Charles. 1633. Private, Private Lancashire Fusiliers 45517
WHEATLEY, E. 898. Private, Second Lieutenant Royal Engineers
WHEELER, Walter G. 321. Private
WHELAN, Henry George 718 Corporal, Lieutenant Royal Munster Fusiliers
WHELAN, John. 1268. Private
WHITE, Deyereaux Henry Corles. 1010. Private
WHITE, Edward Victor. 1183. Private, Second Lieutenant Tank Corps
WHITE, Henry G. 34. Shoeing Smith

WHITE, Henry G. 551. Ex-2nd Dragoon Guards. Private KEH. Enlisted Alexander Palace 12/8/14 (aged 53). Went to France 1/6/15. Returned to France 14/4/17 (wounded, sick?) and returned again to England 23/2/18.

WHITE Horace C. 1248 Private

WHITE Samuel 1277 KIA 09/04/1918 aged 26. Son of Alice H. White, of 1, Ellison Terrace, Clifton Green, York, and the late Arthur White. BETHUNE TOWN CEMETERY, FRANCE.

WHITE Sidney C. D/16163 Private, Private Corps of Dragoons
WHITEFORD B. E. H. Lieutenant, Lieutenant Royal Air Force
WHITMEE Ernest S. 576 Private
WHITMEE Sidney 639 Private
WHITWORTH, Frank. Lieutenant

WICKENDEN, Percy. 869. Private 'A' Squadron, KIA 25/06/1915 aged 33 whilst defending trench from German attack. Son of the late William Henry and Harriet Wickenden; husband of Mary Ann Wickenden of 30 John Street, Lincoln. Born Leigh, Tonbridge, Kent. HYDE PARK CORNER (ROYAL BERKS) CEMETERY, BELGIUM.

WICKS, Louis. 1135. Corporal, Second Lieutenant York and Lancaster Regiment
WICKHAM, C. G. Became KEH Adjutant in 1912 late of the Norfolk Regiment.
WICKSTEED, A. F. 9. Staff Serjeant Major, King's Colonials
WIGGINS, Frank Valentine. 602. Private
WIGHTWICK, Rex Ranyer. 1170. Private, Second Lieutenant Middlesex Regiment, Lieutenant Machine Gun Corps
WILCOX, Alfred. 356. Serjeant
WILD, Edward Ashford. 1280. Private, Second Lieutenant Northamptonshire Regiment
WILD, George. 1067. Private
WILDER, John C. 1200. Private
WILDEY, A. J. D/14011. Private, Private Corps of Dragoons
WILDING, A. F. Second Lieutenant King's Colonials 1905
WILKIE Hugh Graham Second Lieutenant then Captain Royal Field Artillery
WILKINS Harry 580 Private
WILKINSON J. N. Captain in KEH in 1915 see Figure 19.
WILLCOX Alfred 356 Serjeant
WILLIAMS Horace N. S. 1342 Private, Serjeant Tank Corps 302823
WILLIAMS I. 1242 Private, Private Military Mounted Police P/14035
WILLIAMS, John. 25. Private, Private Royal Berkshire Regiment 43433, Private Royal Navy 8488TS

WILLIAMS, Kenneth S. 124. Serjeant KEH. Commissioned Captain Lancashire Hussars 7/01/1916. Captain Kenneth S. Williams, 1st King Edwards Horse / 1/1st Lancashire Hussars / Tank Corps. 1914/1915 Star Sgt 124 (1st KEH), Pair Captain (1/1 Lanc Hussars / HQ Tank Corps) Special Reserve Long Service and Good Conduct (LSGC) medal (Sgt 1st KEH), Defense Medal and Special Constable (Superintendent). Special Reserve Long Service and Good Conduct medal awarded April 1915. Medals in a private collection in Australia.

WILLIAMS, Michael John. 805. Private
WILLIAMS, Samuel. Private KEH, Private, Royal Berkshire Regiment, Private Labour Corps
WILLIAMS, Samuel R. 184. Private

WILLIAMS, Selwyn Coldham. 98. Private, Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery. Son of Mr George Williams of Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. Brother Noel Williams Died Of Wounds received at Gallipoli. At School here from the beginning of 1906, left with a number of others in May, 1912, to go to Cambridge where he was a student at Gonville & Caius College. University of Cambridge, 1912 While there he joined King Edward's Horse, and being liable for service abroad, expected to be called upon immediately the war broke out. With others, however, he was given a commission in the R.F.A., and for a time did special work at Home before going to France. He saw active service near Armentieres, in September, 1915, but was invalided home again in the following January. Returning in April to the Somme front, he was associated with the New Zealanders in the attack on Fleurs, where, on his senior officer being wounded, he took command of his battery, and was recommenced [sic] for a decoration, which was never granted. His unit was later moved to some other part of the front, where he was killed on January 18th, 1917." (In Memoriam, 1914-1918 [Wanganui Collegiate School]). KIA 18/01/1917. Buried in Klein-Vierstraat British Cemetery, Heuvelland, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.

WILLIAMS, Thomas. 1563. Private, Captain Northumberland Fusiliers
WILLIAMS Walcond 1682 Private
WILLIAMS William 917 Corporal
WILLIAMSON Leonard H. 1133 Private
WILLIS Ernest 786 Private, Second Lieutenant King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, Lieutenant Royal Air Force
WILLIS Frederick W. 746 Private
WILLIS Percy Ayscough 1136 Private
WILLIS Vivian V. 711 Private, Second Lieutenant Tank Corps
WILLS George 319 Farrier Serjeant, Acting Quarter Master Serjeant Northumberland Fusiliers 6129 incomplete
WILLSON William T. 822 Private
WILMOT John F. 1351 Private
WILSON Alleyne Wallis 1153 Private, Second Lieutenant Warwickshire Yeomanry, Lieutenant Guards Machine Gun Regiment
WILSON David 174 Private
WILSON Douglas Bancroft 1002 Private, Second Lieutenant Essex Regiment
WILSON Frederick W. 18885 Corporal, Corporal Labour Corps 653644

WILSON Harold John Fossick 1381 Private, Private Machine Gun Corps 22991, Second Lieutenant Labour Corps, DOW 17/02/1919 aged 27. Son of Henry Fossick Wilson and Jessie Dagmar Wilson, of Parkhurst Bridge Rd., Weybridge. WEYBRIDGE CEMETERY, UK. Name commemorated on War Memorial at Monument Hill, Weybridge.

WILSON Ralph M. 819 Private
WILSON Reginald 456 Private. Australian. Two photographs on
WILSON Robert A. 599 Private
WILSON Thomas D/18093 Private, Private Corps of Dragoons
WILSON William D/17166 Private Dragoon Guards, Private KEH, Private Corps of Hussars 75900
WILSON-JONES Harold 857 Lance Serjeant, Serjeant; Temporary Captain Royal Artillery Slavo British Legion
WINCHESTER Percival J. 1588 Private, Private Labour Corps 407929
WINCHESTER Philip G. 1989 Private, Private Lancashire Fusiliers 45514
WINGROVE Charles Leslie 1191 Private

WINTER, Henry F. 1453. Private, KIA 10/04/18 aged 27. Son of William and Kate Winter, of Southall; husband of Florence Mabel Winter, of 22 Portland Roa., Southall, Middlesex. Buried in LAPUGNOY MILITARY CEMETERY, FRANCE.

WITHERS, William R. D/8006. Private Royal Dragoons, Private KEH, Private Corps of Dragoons
WITTHERS, Ivan. 678. Private
WOGAN, Thomas. 1521. Private, Private Machine Gun Corps 112158, Private Liverpool Regiment 85704, Sapper Royal Engineers WR/290205
WOOD, Charles. 1680. Private
WOOD, Lancelot. 765. Private
WOOD, Percival Edward. 1087. Private
WOOD, Ralph. 85712. Private, Private Liverpool Regiment
WOOD, William G. 1448. Private
WOODCOCK, George A. 244. Private. Discharged 4/03/1919.
WOODCOCK, John W. Corporal
WOODERS, . Private served in Dublin
WOOLETT, W. Late Kings Hussars
WOOLGAR Frederick 1480 Private
WOOTEN John G. 1694 Private, Private Northumberland Fusiliers 61280
WORSWICK B. 876 Private, Second Lieutenant
WRAY Edgar 1673 Private
WRENCH James C. 317 Serjeant
WRIGHT A. Private, Private Labour Corps 230755
WRIGHT E. W. 616 Private
WRIGHT Henry Kenning 528 Serjeant, Captain Royal West Kent Regiment
WRIGHT J. H. 716 Private
WRIGHT John 637 Corporal, Serjeant Northumberland Fusiliers 61231
WRIGHT Oswald Lawrence 324 Staff Serjeant Major, Acting Major Tank Corps
WRIGHT Robert A. 342 Corporal, Corporal Labour Corps 230755
WRIGHT Robert 1092 Corporal, Captain Bedfordshire Regiment
WRIGHT Thomas Second Lieutenant Royal Berkshire Regiment, Lance Corporal KEH
WRIGHT William R. 1390 Private
WRIGHTSON Cerdie W. 1372 Sapper Royal Engineers 229157, Sapper KEH, Sapper Royal Engineers WR/20284
WYLIE Alfred 1323 Private, Private Northumberland Fusiliers 39848
WYNN, Leslie A. D/12459. Private Dragoon Guards GS/5521, Private KEH D/12459, Private Corps of Dragoons D/12459

YEARRON, W. H. Lieutenant, Lieutenant Machine Gun Corps
YEWER, Frederick James. 1090. Private
YOUNG, Alfred. 1949. Private
YOUNG, George M. 1050. Private
YOUNG, W. R. 1605. Promoted to Lance Corporal, KEH 03/1913.

YOUNGHUSBAND, Leigh Norman. KEH commissioned Royal Field Artillery 4/12/1914. Major Leigh Norman Younghusband was a student at Pembroke College, University of Cambridge, 1912. He received the Military Cross (London Gazette of 3 June 1918 and was Mentioned in Despatches (London Gazette of 18 May 1917. By September 1917 Younghusband was Adjutant of 91st Brigade, RFA in the 20th Divisional Artillery.

ZIEGEL, Frank. 1917. Private