STATISTICS
British Army Officers in the Great War
Life Death & Remembrance
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VAUGHAN, George Edmund, MC Major 3rd Coldstream Guards. Son of Edmund Mallet & Mary Celeste Vaughan, brother of Maj. E. M. Vaughan, of Blackladies, Brewood, Stafford. VAULKHARD, John Vincent 2/Lt 8th Bedfordshire. Son of William & Mary Vaulkhard. VERNON, Herbert Douglas Lieut 2nd Guards Brigade, Machine Gun Corps, Grenadier Guards. Son of Sir [John] Herbert Vernon, 2nd Bart., and Lady Vernon, of Eastham House. Eastham, Cheshire. VICKERS, Eric Leslie 2/Lt 8th Rifle Brigade. Son of Rev. Nathanael Vickers, M.A., and Mary Vickers, of St. Simon's Vicarage, Southsea, Vicarage, Southsea, Hants; husband of Jean Vickers, of 96, Shrewsbury St., Old Trafford, Manchester. WAITE, Arthur Sidney 2/Lt 1/4th Northumberland Fusiliers. Son of of Walter Sydney Waite and Emily Janet Waite, of Newcastle-on-Tyne. WALMISLEY-DRESSER, Henry Joseph Lt-Col 12th (Bermondsey) East Surrey. Only son of Eleanor Walmisley-Dresser, of Evergreen Court, Bournemouth, and the late Henry Eeles Dresser. Served with Paget's Horse in the South African Campaign. WALTER, Bertram Major 106th Bty, 22nd Brigade Royal Field Artillery. Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Walter, of Lynwood, St. Leonards-on-Sea; husband of Mrs. Ethel A. Walter, of Lynwood, St. Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex. WALTERS, Graham Yuille Laundy Lieut 2nd Guards Brigade, Machine Gun Corps, Irish Guards. Son of Rowland Percy and Ellinor Margaret Walters, of 6, Gledhow Gardens, South Kensington, London. WALTON, Eric Alfred 2/Lt 1/9th Durham Light Infantry. Son of William & Mary Walton. WALTON, Fred Capt & Adj. 18th King's Royal Rifle Corps. Son of William and Fanny Walton, of Leeds; husband of Marian Walton (nee McGregor), of 18A, High St., Godalming. WARRE-CORNISH, Gerald Major 6th Somerset Light Infantry. Son of the late F. Warre-Cornish, Vice-Provost of Eton College, and Mrs. Warre-Cornish. WEBB, Harold Oswald Townshend Capt 1/8th London (City of London) (Post Office Rifles). Son of Charles Stephen & Adele Alma Albertina Webb. WEBB, John Clifford 2/Lt 1st Leicestershire.  Son of H. P. H. and Elizabeth Webb, of 78, Dyke Rd., Brighton. WELLESLEY-MILLER, John Leslie 2/Lt 1st Buffs. [Known as "Boy"] Son of Edith Wellesley-Miller, of "Hadley Dene," 24, Bedfordwell Rd., Eastbourne, and the late A. Wellesley-Miller. WELLS, Henry Maurice Watkins 2/Lt RFC 11th Squadron. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Wells, of Sotwell Hill, Wallingford, Berkshire. WESTOBY, Frank Durrant 2/Lt 167th Machine Gun Corps. Son of John Bird & Grances Grey Westoby. WHEATER, Sidney Capt 1/24th London (Queen's). Son of Matthew and Hannah Wheater, of 33, Albemarle Crescent, Scarborough. WHILLIER, Leonard Alfred Capt (Temp) 9th Suffolk.  Son of Alfred and Julia Ellen Whillier, of 47, Elms Rd., Clapham, London. WHITEFOORD, Lionel Cole Lieut 1st Guards Brigade, Machine Gun Corps, Irish Guards. Son of Dr Adam John & Ellen Mary Whitefoord. WHITEHEAD,  James Edward 2/Lt 1st/7th Middlesex.  Son of Ernest and Edith Whitehead, of 12, Elder Avenue, Crouch End, London. WHITTLE, Arthur Denton 2/Lt 10th Durham Light Infantry. Only son of Gertrude A. E. Whittle, of "Kit's Coty", 37, Hawes Rd., Bromley, Kent, and the late Edward Alfred Whittle. WHYMAN, William Arthur 2/Lt 1st/7th Middlesex. Son of Arthur John & Margaret Elizabeth Whyman. WILLIAMSON, Hugh Henshall Clifford Lieut 1st Coldstream Guards. Son of H.H. and E.I.F. Williamson of 61 Ennismore Gardens, London. WILLMER, Arthur Franklin Capt 9th Rifle Brigade. Son of Arthur Washington Willmer and Janet Mary Willmer, of "Oakhurst," Grosvenor Rd., Birkenhead. WILSON, Fred 2/Lt 9th Suffolk. Son of John Postletwhaite & Elizabeth Wilson. WILSON, Henry 2/Lt 23rd Middlesex. Son of john & Ellen Wilson. WOODCOCK, Frank Capt 1/5th Yorkshire. Son of John and Elizabeth J. Woodcock, of Grove Cottage, Great Driffield, Yorks. WOODROFFE, Walter Gordon Capt (Temp) 1st/7th Middlesex. Croix de Guerre with Palm (France). Son of Walter Henry and Mildred M. Woodroffe, of 5, Bedford Row, High Holborn, London. WOODS, John Russell Capt 1st Coldstream Guards. Son of Lt. Col. James W. and Ida E. Edwards Woods, of Ottawa, Canada. WOOSTER, Reginald Joseph Capt 9th Rifle Brigade. Son of J. R. and Ellen Wooster, of 3, Woodville Gardens, Ealing, London. Late House Surgeon and House Physician, St. Mary's Hospital, Paddington. WORSLEY, Evelyn Godfrey 2/Lt 3rd Grenadier Guards. Son of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Worsley, of Evelyns, Hillingdon, Middlesex. His brother John Fortescue also fell. WREN, Christopher Bray 2/Lt 1/6th London (City of London Rifles). Son of Christopher and Agnes Amelia Wren, of 4, Manor Rd., Oxford. WRIGHT, Arthur 2/Lt 33rd Machine Gun Corps, 10th Royal Warwickshire Regiment, att'd 33rd Coy Machine Gun Corps. Sonof David & Elizabeth Ann Wright. WRIGHT, Norman Stanley 2/Lt 26th London (City of London) (Royal Fusiliers). Son of Frederic and Susan Wright, of 34, Thornton Avenue, Chiswick, London. WYATT, Geoffrey Wilfrid Penfold Lieut 1st Buffs.  Son of Hugh Richard Penfold Wyatt and Grace Evelyn Wyatt, of Cissbury, Worthing. WYNNE, Edward Henry John (AKA Edward Henry John LLOYD-WYNNE) † KIA 16 Sept 1916 Lieut 3rd Grenadier Guards. Son of Major-General E. W. Wynne (late Grenadier Guards) and Gwendolyn, his wife, of Coed Coch, Denbighshire. YEATHERD, Raymond Gilbert Hooker Lieut 2nd (Queen's Bays) Dragoon Guards. [Known as Gilly] Son of Lt. Col. Yeatherd, The King's Own Royal Regt., who fell at the Relief of Ladysmith, and of Mabel E. Yeatherd, of 31, Montpelier Square, Knightsbridge, London. † KIA 15 Sept 1916