Battle of Aisne
Berners, Hugh Hamilton ( 14 Sep 1914 )
    Gibson-Craig, Archibald Charle
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Battle of Arras
    Morris, Charles Alan Smith
Seely, Frank Reginald ( Apr 1917 )
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Battle of Dogger Bank
    Beatty, David, 1st Earl Beatty ( 24 Jan 1915 )
Bentinck, Wolter January Gerri ( 1781 )
    Chatfield, Alfred Ernle Montac ( 1915 )
    Goodenough, William Edmund ( 1915 )
    Plunkett-Ernle-Erle-Drax, Regi
    Count equals 5 individuals.

Battle of Heligoland
    Mountbatten, George Louis Vict ( 1914 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Heligoland Bight
    Beatty, David, 1st Earl Beatty ( 28 Aug 1914 )
    Chatfield, Alfred Ernle Montac ( 1914 ), as Flag Captain of H.M.S. Lion
    Goodenough, William Edmund ( 1914 )
    Count equals 3 individuals.

Battle of Horn Reef
Stuart, Dudley ( 1 Jun 1916 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Jutland
Adams, Samuel Allen ( 31 May 1916 )
Arbuthnot, Robert Keith, 4th Bt ( 31 May 1916 ), in command of the first cruiser squadron (old-style armoured cruisers)
Bailey, Bernard Michael ( 31 May 1916 )
    Beamish, Tufton Percy Hamilton, during which he was the Commanding Officer of the HMS Cordelia
    Beatty, David, 1st Earl Beatty ( 31 May 1916 ), as Commander of the First Battlecruiser Squadron
    Bentinck, Rudolf Walter ( 31 May 1916 ), as Chief of Staff to Vice-Admiral Beatty, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bingham, Edward Barry Stewart, ( 31 May 1916 )
    Blackett, Patrick Maynard Stua ( 31 May 1916 )
Broughton, Alfred William Delv ( 31 May 1916 )
    Callaghan, James ( 31 May 1916 )
Chichester, Robert Charles ( 31 May 1916 )
    Colville, Charles Alexander, 3r ( 31 May 1916 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
Coplestone-Boughey, Alfred Fle ( 31 May 1916 )
    Culme-Seymour, Michael, 4th Bt. ( 31 May 1916 ), in command of H.M.S. Centurion
    Drummond, Edmund Rupert ( 31 May 1916 )
Eden, William Nicholas ( 31 May 1916 )
Esmonde, John Henry Grattan ( 31 May 1916 )
    Fancourt, Henry Lockhart St. J ( 31 May 1916 )
    Fane, Vere Anthony Francis St. ( 31 May 1916 ), in H.M.S. Lion
Feilding, Hugh Cecil Robert ( 31 May 1916 )
Fisher, Charles Dennis ( 31 May 1916 )
    Fitzmaurice, Henry Godfrey ( 31 May 1916 )
Forbes, James Arthur Charles ( 31 May 1916 )
Fuller-Acland-Hood, Charles Al ( 31 May 1916 )
    Goodenough, William Edmund ( 31 May 1916 )
Harris, Malcolm Alfred Milner ( 31 May 1916 )
    Heaton-Ellis, Edward Henry Fit ( 31 May 1916 ), as captain of H.M.S. Inflexible
    Hood, Horace Lambert Alexander ( 31 May 1916 )
    Lake, Atwell Henry, 9th Bt. ( 31 May 1916 ), in H.M.S. Lion
    Leveson, Arthur Cavenagh ( 31 May 1916 )
MacCormac, John Sides Davies ( 31 May 1916 )
    Marsden, Arthur ( 31 May 1916 ), as commander of H.M.S. Argent
Morgan, George William Faulcon ( 31 May 1916 )
    Mountbatten, George Louis Vict ( 31 May 1916 )
Murray, Alexander Gordon ( 27 May 1916 )
    Onslow, Arthur Gerald ( 31 May 1916 )
    Orr Ewing, John ( 31 May 1916 )
Percy, Algernon William ( 31 May 1916 )
    Plunkett-Ernle-Erle-Drax, Regi ( 31 May 1916 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
Richardson, Alexander John Sou ( 31 May 1916 )
    Richardson, John ( 31 May 1916 )
Scott, John D'Urban ( 31 May 1916 )
Silvertop, Arthur Edward ( 31 May 1916 )
Smyth-Osbourne, Edward ( 31 May 1916 )
Sperling, Charles Auriol ( 31 May 1916 ), on board H.M.S. Petard
    Stirling, Anselan John Buchana ( 31 May 1916 ), as captain of a destroyer flotilla
Strickland, Percy
    Townsend, Cyril Samuel ( 31 May 1916 )
Townsend, Richard Herbert ( 31 May 1916 )
Vanden-Bempde-Johnstone, Leopo ( 31 May 1916 )
    Waterlow, John Beauchamp ( 31 May 1916 )
Willoughby, Henry Ernest Digby ( 31 May 1916 )
    Windsor, George VI, King of the ( 31 May 1916 ), for which he was mentioned in despatches
    Wintour, Charles John ( 31 May 1916 )
    Count equals 54 individuals.

Battle of Loos
Davidson-Houston, Charles Elri ( 25 Sep 1915 )
    Douglas-Hamilton, Lesley Regin, where he was severely wounded
    Dundas, Richard Charles ( Sep 1915 )
Fowler, George Glyn ( Sep 1915 )
Morrison, Alexander ( 1915 )
    Count equals 5 individuals.

Battle of Megiddo
    Allenby, Edmund Henry Hynman, 1 ( 19 Sep 1918 ), where he defeated the Turks
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Mons
Battenberg, Maurice Victor Don ( Oct 1914 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Tuchet, James, 3rd Earl of Cast ( 14 Aug 1678 )
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Battle of Nahr-al-Kalek
    Sherbrooke, Henry Graham ( Feb 1917 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of St. Julien
    Watson-Armstrong, William John ( Apr 1915 ), where he was severely wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Vimy Ridge
Campbell, Kenneth Archibald
Kay-Shuttleworth, Lawrence Ugh
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Battle of Ypres
O'Kelly, Henry Arundell de Pen
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of the Aisne
Mackinnon, Alexander Hood, youn ( Sep 1914 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of the Aisnes
Lucas-Tooth, Douglas Keith Luc
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of the Somme
Andrews, James Allfrey ( 1 Jul 1916 )
Bagot, Edward Luke Henry ( 10 Sep 1916 )
    Barton, Thomas Eyre ( Aug 1916 )
Bentinck, Henry Duncan, where he was mentioned in despatches
Cockfield, C. F. ( c Aug 1916 )
Forbes-Sempill, Robert Abercro
Herbert, Percy Robert, Viscount ( Sep 1916 )
Ratcliffe, Alfred Victor
    Count equals 8 individuals.

Battles of Heligoland
    Plunkett-Ernle-Erle-Drax, Regi
    Count equals 1 individual.

First Battle of Aisne
Campbell, Allan William George
Carpenter-Garnier, John Trefus
Cecil, William Amherst ( 16 Sep 1914 )
Fergusson, James Adam Hamilton ( Sep 1914 )
Grant Duff, Adrian ( 2 Sep 1914 )
Pelham, Herbert Lyttelton ( 14 Sep 1914 )
    Count equals 6 individuals.

First Battle of Ypres
Brooke, James Anson Otho, V.C.
Brooksbank, Hugh Godfrey
Weld Forester, Arthur Orlando ( 1 Nov 1914 )
    Count equals 3 individuals.

First World War
    Abbey, John Roland
Abbey, Noel Roland
Abel Smith, Wilfrid Robert
    Abercromby, George William, of, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Abercromby, Robert Alexander, o, where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded
    Abercromby, Robert Ogilvie, where he was wounded
    Abney-Hastings, Edward Hugh Ha
Abney-Hastings, Paulyn Charles
    Abraham, Geoffrey William Pepp
    Abraham, Philip Selwyn ( 1914 ), with the Royal Artillery
    Acheson, Archibald Charles Mon, where he was wounded twice, and was mentioned in despatches
    Acheson, Patrick George Edward
    Ackroyd, Cuthbert Lowell, 1st B
    Acland, Arthur William, where he was wounded twice
    Acland, Baldwin John Dyke, as part of the Canadian staff
    Acland, Clemence Margaret, where he was an ambulance driver
    Acland, Edward Fox Dyke
    Acland, Henry Vivian, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Acland, Hubert Guy Dyke, 4th Bt, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Acland, Hugh Thomas Dyke, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Acland, John Bevil, serving in France
Acland, John Henry Dyke
    Acland, Lauchlan Henry Dyke
    Acland, Leopold George Dyke, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Acland, Wilfred Reginald Dyke, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Acland, William Henry Dyke, 3rd, where he was mentioned in despatches, and wounded
    Acland-Troyte, Gilbert John, where he was mentioned in despatches seven times
    Acland-Troyte, Herbert Walter, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Acton, Armar Edward
    Acton, Paul Reginald
    Acton, Thomas Hampden Evans
    Acton, William Maxwell ( 1914-1916 ), when he was mentioned in despatches
    Adair, Allan Henry Shafto, 6th ( 1916-1919 )
    Adam, Herbert Algernon, when he was mentioned in despatches
    Adam, William Augustus
    Adams, Augustine ( 1917-1918 ), with 2nd Infantry Battalion on the Western Front
    Adams, Bryan Fullerton ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
Adams, Eustace Walter, in Egypt and France, and was wounded in 1916
    Adams, George Chatterton ( 1914 ), where he mentioned in despatches
    Adams, Gilbert Warren Fysh
    Adams, Samuel Allen
    Adderley, Hubert Bowyer Arden,
Adderley, Humphry James Arden
Adeane, Henry Robert Augustus
Aganoor, Aganoor John
Agar-Robartes, Thomas Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Agnew, Alan Graeme, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Agnew, Charles Gerald
    Agnew, Douglas
    Agnew, Ewan Siegfried, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Agnew, Fulque Melville Gerald, where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded
    Agnew, George Colin, where he was mentioned in despatches and invalided
Agnew, Graham
    Agnew, Harold Carnegie
    Agnew, Herbert Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Agnew, John Stuart, 3rd Bt.
    Agnew, Kenneth Morland, where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded
    Agnew, Quentin Charles Graham, in France
    Agnew, Samuel Montagu
    Agnew, William Gladstone
Agoult, Hector Hughes Alphonse
Ainsworth, John Stirling
    Aird, John Renton, 3rd Bt.
Aitchison, Thomas Donald
    Aitken, Allan Anderson
    Aitken, Arthur Noble
    Aitken, Joseph Magnus
    Aitken, Robert Traven Donaldso
    Aitken, William Maxwell, 1st Ba ( 1915 ), as eyewitness with the Canadian Expeditionary Force
    Aizlewood, John Aldham, and was mentioned in despatches
    Akers-Douglas, George Alexande ( 1914 )
Albon, Bertrand
    Albu, Cecil Arthur
    Albu, Vivian Claud
    Albu, Walter George
    Aldworth, John Charles Oliver
    Alen-Mahon, Cecil Maurice
    Alers-Hankey, Cecil George Her
    Alexander, Albert Victor, 1st a
    Alexander, Caledon Charles
    Alexander, Charles Adam Murray, when he was wounded, and was mentioned in despatches
    Alexander, Charles Otway
    Alexander, Conn
    Alexander, Dudley Henry, as a General Staff Officer, 3rd grade
    Alexander, Edward Bruce, as a Major with the Ceylon Mounted Rifles
    Alexander, Edward Currie, as a General Staff Officer (G.S.O.)
    Alexander, Eric James Desmond
    Alexander, Frank Samuel, 1st Bt, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Alexander, Harold Rupert Leofi, where he was wounded three times and mentioned in despatches five times
    Alexander, Herbrand Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Alexander, James Cedric St. La
    Alexander, James Ulick Francis ( 1915-1921 ), attached to the Egyptian Army
    Alexander, Lionel Cecil Willia
    Alexander, Paul Robert Mayne, mentioned in despatches
    Alexander, Philip Sylvester, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Alexander, Robert Dundas
Alexander, Walter Lorenzo
    Alexander, William James
    Alexander, William Nathaniel S, he was twice mentioned in despatches
Alison, George Newdegate
Allen, Albert John
    Allen, Atwell Hayes
    Allen, Conway Benning
    Allen, David Trevor, with the Shropshire Light Infantry and Armoured Cars
    Allen, Henry Adair, he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Allen, Kyrle, as a Captain in the Royal Army Service Corps (R.A.S.C.)
    Allen, Samuel
Allen, William Francis, with the 45th Battalion
    Allenby, Edmund Henry Hynman, 1 ( 1914-1918 ), for which he was mentioned in despatches seven times, received the thanks of Parliament, and was awarded £50,000 for his services
Allenby, Horace Michael Hynman
    Alleyne, John Meynell, 4th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Alleyne, Reynold Meynell
Allsopp, Anthony Victor George
    Allsopp, Charles, 3rd Baron Hin, and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Amherst, Jeffery John Archer, 5, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Amos, Malcolm
    Anderson, Charles Alexander
    Anderson, Charles Bevan Carew
Anderson, David
    Anderson, Francis James, with the General Staff
    Anderson, Francis James
Anderson, Francis Sainthill, with the Royal Horse Artillery
Anderson, George
    Anderson, Harry, with the New Zealand Expeditionary Forces
    Anderson, Noel Maurice
Anderson, William Herbert, V.C.
    Andrews, Eva, as a transport driver
    Andrews, Harold James, with the Royal Naval Air Force (R.N.A.F.)
    Andrews, Michael
    Andrews, Thomas Frederick, with the Australian Forces
    Andrews, William, as a Captain Lieutenant of the Royal Army Ordinance Corps
    Angas, Lawrence Lee Bazley, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Anley, Barnett Dyer Lampier Gr
    Anley, William Bower
    Annan, Robert
Annesley, Albemarle Cator ( 1914-1916 ), where he was again mentioned in despatches
    Annesley, Arthur James Patrick
    Annesley, Clifford Reginald Te, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Annesley, Francis Dighton, 14th
    Annesley, James Howard Adolphu, where he was once again mentioned in despatches, and was wounded
    Annesley, Martin Tyndale ( 1917-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Annesley, Philip de Vere ( 1916-1918 )
    Annesley, Robert, 9th Earl Anne, in the Royal Navy
    Anson, Alfred
Anson, Arthur
    Anson, Claud Ronald, where he was wounded
    Anson, Edward Reynell, 6th Bt.
    Anson, Ernald Henry
    Anson, Frederic, where he was wounded
    Anson, Henry Adelbert, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Anson, Thomas Edward, 4th Earl
    Anson, Thomas George, where he was wounded twice
    Anson, William Alfred, where he was wounded
Anstruther, John Arnold St. Cl
    Anstruther, Philip George, where he was wounded twice and mentioned in despatches
    Anstruther, Ralph William, of B
    Anstruther, Robert Abercrombie, where he was mentioned in despatches
Anstruther, Robert Edward, where he was twice wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe, Fi
Antrobus, Cecil Hugh ( 1914-1915 )
Antrobus, Charles Alexander
Antrobus, Edmund
    Antrobus, Philip Humphrey, 6th, where he was wounded twice and mentioned in despatches
    Antrobus, Ronald Henry, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
Arbuthnot, Alister Dare Stavel, where he was wounded
    Arbuthnot, Andrew Carmichael, where he drove an ambulance
    Arbuthnot, Archibald Hugh Goug
    Arbuthnot, Clive Denison
    Arbuthnot, Dalrymple, 5th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches eight times
    Arbuthnot, Ernest Kennaway, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Arbuthnot, Geoffrey Schomberg, where he was mentioned in despatches
Arbuthnot, Gerald Archibald
    Arbuthnot, John Bernard, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Arbuthnot, Kenneth Wyndham
    Arbuthnot, Malcolm Alexander, where he was seriously wounded at Ypres
    Arbuthnot, Robert Wemyss Muir, where he was wounded twice
    Arbuthnot, William FitzGerald
    Arbuthnot, William Patrick, with the 4th Cruiser Squadron and 1st Battle Squadron
    Arbuthnott, Archibald ( 1917-1918 ), where he was severely wounded
    Arbuthnott, Hugh
    Arbuthnott, Hugh Robin Claud
    Arbuthnott, James Gordon
    Arbuthnott, John St. Clair
    Arbuthnott, Robert Keith, 15th
    Arcedeckne-Butler, St. John De
    Archdale, Audley Quintin, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
Archdale, Dominick Mervyn
    Archdale, Edward Mervyn, with the Canadian Expeditionary Force
    Archdale, Fulbert Audley, mentioned in despatches
Archdale, George Mervyn
    Archdale, George Montgomery, with the French Army
    Archdale, Henry Blackwood
    Archdale, Humphreys
    Archdale, James Blackwood, as the Chief Ordnance Officer for the Dublin and Curragh Districts
    Archdale, Nicholas Edward, 2nd, with the submarine flotillas
    Archdale, Osmund Audley, wounded
    Archdale, Patrick Mervyn, mentioned in despatches
    Archdale, Richard Montgomery, with the 19th Hussars
Archdale, Theodore Montgomery
Archdale-Porter, John Grey, as a Major with the 9th Lancers
Archdall, Nicholas James Mervy, a Major with the Cameron Highlanders
Archibald, Fred Frothingham
Armes, Raymond Linay
Armes, William Morriss
    Armitage, George, in the Royal Artillery
    Armstrong, Christopher Wyborn
    Armstrong, Henry Maxwell, with the Canadian Field Artillery
    Armstrong, James Robert Bargra
Armstrong, Michael Richard Lea
    Armstrong, Nevill Alexander Dr, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Armstrong, Robert Anthony, in Iraq and Mohmand
    Armstrong, William Fortescue, mentioned in despatches four times
    Armytage, George Ayscough, 7th, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
Arnott, John, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Arnott, John Frederic, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Arnott, Lauriston John, 3rd Bt., where he was wounded twice
    Arnott, Robert John, 4th Bt., in France and Salonica
    Arthur, Edmund John, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Arthur, George Compton Archiba
Arthur, Henry Bartle Compton
Arthur, James
    Arthur, Thomas Alan
    Ashburner, Robert Percy Foster
    Ashburner, Terrance, including the Battle of Delville Wood on the Somme
    Ashley-Cooper, Anthony, 9th Ear
Ashtown, Martin Arthur, and was mentioned in despatches
    Asquith, Arthur Melland, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Asquith, Cyril, Baron Asquith o
    Asquith, Herbert
Asquith, Raymond
    Assheton, Richard Thomas
    Astley, Albert Edward Delavel, , where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Astley, Jacob John, with the Sherwood Foresters
    Astley, Philip Reginald
    Astor, John Jacob, 1st Baron As, where he was twice wounded
Atkin, George Fawson Hope
Atkin, Keyser
    Atkins-Bowyer, Richard Wentwor, where he was wounded twice
    Atkinson, Gerald Newcomen
    Atkinson, Guy Montague
    Atkinson, Hector John
Atkinson, Henry Noel, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Atkinson, Hubert Rowan
    Attlee, Clement Richard, 1st Ea, where he was wounded
    Aubrey-Fletcher, Henry Lancelo, where he was wounded
    Auchincloss, Hugh Dudley, Jr., with the U.S. Navy
Auchinleck, Armar Leslie
    Auchinleck, Claude John Eyre, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Auden, John Lorimer
    Austin, John Byron Fraser, 3rd
    Austin, John Standish Thomas J
    Austin, Joseph Edward
    Austin, William Michael Byron, , with the Yorkshire Dragoons
Awdry, Charles Selwyn
    Aykroyd, Harold Hammond
    Aykroyd, Wallace Ruddell, in the Royal Air Force
    Aylmer, Edward Arthur, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Aylmer, Henry Gerald ( 1915-1918 ), in France
    Aylmer, Richard Michael, during which he was wounded
    Back, Terence Hugh
    Backhouse, Edward Henry Walfor, where he was wounded and became a POW
    Backhouse, Miles Roland Charle, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Backhouse, Oliver
    Bacon, Robert Low ( 1917-1919 )
    Baddeley, Allan
    Baden-Powell, Baden Fletcher S
    Bagenal, Beauchamp Walter, with the Australian Army
    Bagenal, Charles James, as a Major in the Army
    Bagenal, Nicholas Beauchamp, with the 11th (S) Battalion Suffolk Regiment and the 1st Battalion Irish Guards
    Bagenal, Philip Hope Edward, in the Royal Army Medical Corps
    Baggallay, Richard Romer Claud ( 1914-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded
    Bagge, Alfred William Francis,
    Bagge, Henry Percy, where he was wounded
    Bagnall, Eustace William
    Bagnell, Robert Armstrong
    Bagnell, William Gerald, as a Captain with the 4th Royal Irish Dragoons
    Bagot, Alan Desmond, 1st and la
    Bagot, Caryl Ernest, 6th Baron
    Bagot, Charles Edward Kirwan ( 1915-1918 ), he was mentioned in despatches twice
Bagot, Frederic Spencer Welles
Bagot-Chester, Greville John M, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bagot-Chester, Hugh Augustus, where he won three medals
Bagration-Moukhransky, Konstan
    Bagshawe, Frederick William ( 1914-1919 )
    Bagwell, John
    Bagwell-Purefoy, John, as a Flying Officer with the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force
    Bailey, Arthur, in British East Africa
    Bailey, Charles Henry, where he was mentioned in despatches
Bailey, Clive Maxwell
Bailey, Gerald Sergison
    Bailey, Herbert Crawshay
    Bailey, John Henry, where he was gassed in 1917
    Bailey, John Lancelot
    Bailey, Robert Neale Menteth
    Bailey, Wilfred Russell, 3rd Ba, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded twice
    Bailey, William, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Baillie, Arthur Malcolm August
Baillie, Gawaine George Stuart
    Baillie, George
    Baillie, George Evan Michael
Baillie, Robert
Baillie-Hamilton, Charles Doug
    Baillie-Hamilton, George Dougl, where he was wounded
    Baillie-Hamilton, George, 12th, where he was wounded
    Baillie-Hamilton, Walter Stuar, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Baillieu, Clive Latham, 1st Bar ( 1915-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
Bainbridge, Eric
Baines, Alexander Frederic Cec
    Baird, Alexander Walter Freder, where he was mentioned in despatches nine times
    Baird, James Hozier Gardiner, o, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Baird, John Lawrence, of Ury, 1, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Baird, Randolph Eustace Wemyss, in France
    Baird, Robert Douglas
Baird, William Frank Gardiner
Baker, Cecil Douglas
Baker, Dennis
    Baker, Hugh, with the Canadian Army
    Baker, Randolf Littlehales, 4th ( 1915 ), where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded
Baldock, William Philip
    Baldwin, John Eustice Arthur
    Baldwin, Oliver Ridsdale, 2nd E
    Balfour, Francis Cecil Campbel ( 1917-1919 ), in Mesopotamia, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Balfour, Harold Harington, 1st, with the 60th Rifles, Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force
    Balfour, Harry Robert Chichest, where he was wounded
    Balfour-Melville, Francis Ogil ( 1917 ), with the Australian Imperial Forces
Balfour-Melville, James Elliot
Ball, Arnold Harding
    Ball, Hilda Mary, Voluntary Aid Department (V.A.D.)
    Ball, Randal Gresley, where he was wounded
    Ball, Richard Joseph, as a Captain with the Royal Engineers
    Ball, Robert Gordon
    Ball, William Valentine, in the Anti-Aircraft Corps
    Ball-Acton, Charles Annesley
Ball-Acton, Reginald Thomas An
    Bampfylde, George Wentworth Wa, he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Bampfylde, Hugh De Burgh Warwi
    Banbury, Cecil Edmund, where he was mentioned in despatches
Banbury, Charles William ( 1914 )
    Banbury, Ralph Edgar, where he was wounded
Banbury, William Michael Victo
Bankes, Edward Nugent
    Bannerman, Alexander, of Elsick
    Bannerman, Bertrand, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bannerman, Donald Arthur Gordo
Bannerman, Kenneth Mordaunt
    Bannerman, Nigel Johnston
    Bannerman, Wynyard Philip
    Barber, Grace, as part of the 1st British Field Hospital for Serbia
    Barber, Thomas Philip, 1st Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Barclay, Leslie George de Rune
    Barclay, Leslie William Hamilt, with the Australian Imperial Force
Barclay, Rafe Hedworth Myddelt
    Barcroft, Gilbert Evelyn, with the Ulster Division
    Barcroft, Richard Cecil, attached to the Staff of the Dublin Military Command as a Lands Compensation Officer
    Baring, Caryl Digby
Baring, Charles Alexander, with the Australian Imperial Force
    Baring, Charles Christian, 2nd, where he was wounded
Baring, Christopher Cecil
    Baring, Dudley William
Baring, Ernest, with the Australian Imperial Force
    Baring, Evelyn Bingham
    Baring, Everard
Baring, Guy Victor
    Baring, Henry
    Baring, Hugo, where he was wounded at Ypres
    Baring, John Henry
    Baring, Maurice, where he was mentioned in despatches
Baring, Reginald Arthur
    Baring, Rowland Thomas, 2nd Ear
    Baring, Thomas Esmé, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Baring, Windham
    Baring-Gould, Edward Arthur
    Barkley, Thomas Yuille ( 1915-1919 ), with the Royal Army Medical Corps
    Barlow, Christopher Neild
Barlow, Harold Carver
Barlow, Patrick Basil
    Barlow, Sidney Ralph Midelton
Barne, Miles
Barne, Seymour
Barnes, Charles Roper Gorell
Barnes, Henry Gorell, 2nd Baron, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Barnes, Reginald Speke, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Barnes, Ronald Gorell, 3rd Baro, where he was mentioned in despatches
Barnett, Charles Frederick Rob
    Barran, Hugh Bradley
    Barrett, Rollo Samuel
    Barrett-Lennard, Aylmer Guy Ho, where he was wounded
    Barrett-Lennard, Charles
    Barrett-Lennard, Fiennes Cecil, in East Africa
    Barrett-Lennard, John
    Barrett-Lennard, William Louis, where he was wounded
    Barrington, Croker Edmund ( 1916-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Barrington, John ( 1917-1919 )
    Barrington, John Beatty ( 1915-1919 )
    Barrington, John Frederick ( 1915-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Barrington, Thomas Percy ( 1915-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Barron, Netterville Guy, during which he was wounded
    Barron-Newell, Edward Alphonse, as a Temporary Lieutenant with the 12th Lancers
Barrow, Alexander Egan
    Barrow, Geoffrey Selwyn
    Barrow, George de Symons, during which he was mentioned in despatches
    Barrow, Ronald Edmund
    Barrow, Wilfred John Wilson Cr
    Barry, Edward Arthur, 2nd Bt.
    Barry, Edward Courtenay Tress, in the Royal Engineers
    Barry, Frank Russell, he was mentioned in despatches
    Barry, Gerald
    Barry, Gerald Reid ( 1917-1919 )
    Barry, Hubert Wyndham
    Barry, Margaret ( 1917-1918 ), in the Voluntary Aid Detachment
    Barry, Ronald Tress, where he was wounded
    Barry, Stanley Leonard, in France, where he was mentioned in despatches
Barthorp, Michael Arthur Raymo
Barthropp, Sidney Alfred Natha
Bartley, Stanhope Cole
Barton, Albert Thomas Lionel, as a 2nd Lieutenant with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
    Barton, Baptist Johnston, as a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Duke of Wellington's Regiment
Barton, Bertie Bowman
    Barton, Bertram James Richards, as a Lieutenant with the Royal Field Artillery
Barton, Charles Erskine
Barton, Charles Geoffrey, as a Captain in the 5th Battalion of he Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
    Barton, Charles Robert
    Barton, Edward Humphrey
    Barton, Robert Childers
Barton, Thomas Eyre
    Barton, William Hugh
Bartram, Harry Brocklesby
Barttelot, Nigel Kenneth Walte, where he was mentioned in despatches
Barttelot, Walter Balfour, 3rd, where he was mentioned in despatches four times, and was wounded
    Bass, William Arthur Hamar, 2nd
    Bastard, Reginald
    Bates, Austin Graves, where he was mentioned in despatches three times, and wounded
    Bates, Cecil Robert, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bates, Denis Haughton ( 1914-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bates, Frederic Alan, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Bates, Maurice Halifax ( 1917-1918 )
Bates, Stanes Geoffrey
    Bates, Sydney Arthur, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Bathurst, Allen Algernon, Lord ( 1915-1919 )
    Bathurst, Arthur Henry
    Bathurst, Benjamin Ludlow, 2nd
    Bathurst, Charles Robert, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Bathurst, Charles, 1st Viscount, as Assistant Military Secretary, Southern Command
Bayern, Heinrich
    Bayley, Arthur George, and he was mentioned in despatches
    Bayly, Charles John
    Bayly, Edward Archibald Theodo, where he was mentioned in despatches
Bayly, Launcelot Myles
Bayly, Maurice Fitzgerlad, in the RCE
    Baynes, Edward Stuart Augustus, where he was wounded
    Baynes, Kenneth Schalch, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Baynes, Nigel William Frances, where he was wounded
    Baynes, Ronald Christopher
    Baynes, Rory Malcolm Stuart, 6t ( 1914-1915 ), where he was wounded
    Baynes, William Edward Colston
Bazett, Arthur Hugh
Bazett, Gilbert Knowles
Bazett, Hugo Campbell
    Beamish, Benjamin, as a Captain with the Royal Army Medical Corps
    Beamish, Desmond William
    Beamish, Earl Douglas
    Beamish, Francis Teulon, as a Major, Autralian Medical Corps
    Beamish, Frederick Chaloner, with the 3rd/4th King's African Rifles
    Beamish, Geoffrey Vance Gordon
    Beamish, Harold Delacour, as a Major with Remount Services, Ireland
    Beamish, Henry Hamilton, with the South African Infantry
    Beamish, John Joseph, with the Frence Artillery
    Beamish, Richard Marie, with the French Army, and with the Sialkot Cavalry Brigade
    Beamish, Sackville Edward Ceci, during which he was mentioned in despatches
    Beamish, Thomas Charles Consta, after returning from North America
    Beamish, Tufton Percy Hamilton
    Beamish, Walter Strickland, as a Lieutenant-Colonel with the Royal Artillery and the Indian Army
    Beamish, Warburton Edward, as a Major in the Royal Ulster Fusiliers
    Beamish, William Paul, in the French Army
    Beatty, David, 1st Earl Beatty ( 1914-1918 )
    Beatty, Richard George ( 1914-1915 ), on the North-West Frontier and Shabkardar
Beauchamp, Edward Archibald
    Beauclerk, Amelius Aubrey de V
    Beauclerk, Amelius George de V
    Beauclerk, Ferdinand
Beauclerk, Nevill Alfred de Ve
    Beauclerk, Osbourne de Vere, 12
Beauclerk, Sydney Wentworth
Beaufort, Francis Hugh
    Beaumont, George Arthur Hamilt, where he was severely wounded
    Beaumont, Henry Cecil Charles, where he was severely wounded
    Beaumont, Wentworth Henry Cann, serving with the Guards Machine Gun Regiment
Beaumont-Nesbitt, Wilfrid Henr
Becher, Edmund Richard Fane
    Becher, Edward Overington ( 1915-1918 ), in France
Becher, Henry Campbell
Becher, Henry Owen Dabridgecou
    Becher, Henry Sullivan, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Becher, John Hedges
Becher, John Pickard
    Becher, Lancelot Alleyn ( 1918 )
    Becher, Lancelot Edward, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Becher, Ralph Frederick Richar, during which he was mentioned in despatches
    Becher, Sherard Michael
Becher, William Stewart
    Beckett, Ralph William Ernest, , where he was mentioned in despatches
    Beckwith-Smith, Merton
    Beevor, Cecil Thomas Ashworth, where he was wounded
    Beevor, Thomas Lubbock, 6th Bt.
Beevor, Vernon Savile
Belding, Clare Beauchamp Glove
Belfield, Eric
    Bell, George Cecil
Bell, John Murray
    Bell, Joseph Anthony Douglas ( 1914-1918 ), where he became a Prisoner of War
    Bell, Maurice Hugh Lowthian, 3r ( 1914-1916 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Bellew, Bryan Bertram, 6th Baro
    Bellew, Edward Henry, 5th Baron
Bellew, Richard Courtenay
    Bellingham, Alan Mure, where he was wounded twice
    Bellingham, Arthur Stuart, where he was twice wounded
    Bellingham, Edward Henry Charl, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches three times
Bellingham, Roger Charles Noel
Benckendorff, Peter
Bengough, John Crosbie, where he was mentioned in despatches
Benn, Oliver Williams
    Bennett, Charles Wilfrid, 2nd B ( 1916-1919 )
    Bennett, Ernest Nathaniel
Benson, Eric William
    Bentinck, Walter Guy, Baron Ben, where he was mentioned in despatches
Bentley, Charles Arthur Campbe
    Benyon, Richard
Beresford, Charles Zaragoza de
    Beresford, George de la Poer
    Beresford, Marcus Gervais de l
    Beresford-Ash, Douglas, during which he was wounded
    Beresford-Peirse, Arthur Cecil, where he was wounded
    Beresford-Peirse, Noel Monson, where he was mentioned in despatches, and served in Mesopotamia, France and Belgium
    Beresford-Peirse, Raymond Wind
    Berkeley, Charles Walter ( 1917-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Berkeley, Christopher Robert, where he was again wounded and mentioned in despatches six times
    Berkeley, Hubert
    Berkeley, Maurice Henry
    Berkeley, Robert Esme, where he was mentioned in desptaches
    Berkeley-Weld, John Joseph Fra, where he wa mentioned in despatches
    Bernard, Ronald Playfair St. V, and was mentioned in despatches
    Berney, Richard William, in German East Africa
    Berney, Robert Henry
    Berney, Thomas Reedham, 10th Bt
    Berridge, Richard, as a Lieutenant with the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserves
    Berry, Robert Sewers
    Bertie, Arthur Michael Cosmo, where he was mentioned in despatches twice and was wounded twice
Bertie, Claud Peregrine
    Bertie, James Willoughby ( 1917-1919 )
Bertie, Ninian Mark Kerr
Bertie, Richard Frederic Norre
    Best-Shaw, James Kennedy, 9th B
Bethell, Christopher, and was mentioned in despatches
Bethell, Frank Harry ( 1914-1915 )
    Bethell, Hugh Keppel ( 1914-1918 )
Bewicke-Copley, Redvers Lionel
    Bewicke-Copley, Robert Godfrey, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Bewley, Alfred William, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Bibby, Arthur Harold, 1st Bt., in France and Flanders, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Bibby, Francis Stephen
Bibby, Henry Leigh
    Bibby, James David
    Bibby, John Eric Hartley
Bibby, John Patrick
Bibby, John Pengelly
Bickmore, David Francis
    Biddulph, Francis John
    Biddulph, Harry
    Biddulph, Hope
    Biddulph, Michael
    Biddulph, Michael William John
    Biddulph, Nicholas Trafalgar, commanding the 13th Battalion
    Biddulph, Robert Assheton
Bigge, John Neville
    Bingham, Arthur Maurice Robert
    Bingham, Cecil Edward, where he was mentioned in despatches
Bingham, David Cecil
    Bingham, Edward Barry Stewart, , where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bingham, Francis Humphrey
    Bingham, George Charles, 5th Ea, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bingham, George Roderick Benti
    Bingham, Hugh Terence de Burgh ( 1914-1918 ), in the Indian Defence Force
    Bingham, John Denis Yelverton, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Bingham, Lionel Ernest, where he was wounded twice
    Bingham, Ralph Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
Bingham, Richard Gerald Ava
Birch Reynardson, Edward Vere
    Birdwood, Christopher Bromhead, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Birdwood, Christopher Travers, where he was wounded
Birdwood, Christopher William
    Birdwood, Felix Tolcher, where he was wounded
Birdwood, Gordon Alic Brodrick
    Birdwood, Halhed Brodrick
    Birdwood, Hubert Brodrick, where he was wounded
Birdwood, Richard Lockington
    Birkin, Charles Wilfred, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Birkin, Harry Laurence, where he was again mentioned in despatches
    Birkin, Philip Austen
Birkin, Thomas Richard Chetwyn
    Birkmyre, Henry, 2nd Bt. ( 1916-1918 ), in the Royal Field Artillery, serving in Flanders
    Birley, Oswald Joseph Hornby, in the Royal Fusiliers
    Biscoe, Thomas Winne
Biscoe, unknown
    Blackall, Henry William Butler
    Blackburn, Arthur Seaforth, V.C
    Blacker, George Francis, as a Captain of the Royal Army Medical Corps
    Blacker, Latham Valentine Stew, with the 57th Wilde's Rifles, during which he was wounded
    Blacker, Stewart Ward William, with the 3rd Division
    Blackett, Henry Beaumont, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Blackett, Patrick Maynard Stua ( 1914-1919 ), with the Royal Navy
    Blackett, Ralph
    Blackett, William Stewart Burd
    Blackley, Travers Robert, with the Royal Artillery
    Blackwood, Albemarle Price, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Blackwood, Hans Frederick ( 1914 ), where he was wounded
Blackwood, Henry Stear
Blair, George Young
    Blake, Cecil Bruce ( 1914 ), where he was wounded
    Blake, Francis Edward Colquhou
Blake, Harold Martin Joseph
Blake, Valentine Charles
    Blakeney, Edward William Charl
    Blakeney, Herbert Norwood, during which he was wounded
    Blakeney, Herbert de Courcy
    Blakeney, John Edward
    Blakeney, Leslie St. Leger ( 1914 ), with the Togoland Force in West Africa
    Blakeney, Stephen Richard St.
    Blakeney, William Edward Albem
    Blakiston, Arthur Frederick, 7t
    Blakiston-Houston, Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Blakiston-Houston, John, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Blakiston-Houston, John Matthe
    Bland, Edward Humphrey
    Bland, Robert Wyndham Humphrey
    Bland, Sydney Frances Josephin, as a Sister for the Joint War Committee
    Bland, William St. Colum
Blane, Malcolm Gilbert Stewart
Blaquiere, Alan Boyle
Blaquiere, John
    Blennerhassett, Arthur
    Blennerhassett, William Arthur, with the 12th Gloucestershire Regiment
Bligh, Edward Henry Swinburne
Bligh, Frederick Arthur
Bligh, Jack Frederick, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bligh, Noel Gervase, where he was mentioned in despatches
Blois, Dudley George ( 1914-1916 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Blomefield, Thomas Charles Alf
    Blood, Charles Fitzgerald, with the South Irish Horse
    Blood, Charles Newman, with the Royal Field Artillery, Royal Flying Corps, and Royal Engineers
    Blood, Horace Fitzgerald, as a Captain in the Royal Army Medical Corps
    Blood, Jeffrey Armstrong
    Blood, Lewis Edward Lloyd Bind, with the 16th Irish Division
    Blood, Morice
    Blood, Neptune Newcome Beresfo, during which he was mentioned in despatches as a Captain with the New Guinea Forces
    Blood, William Edmund Robarts, wounded, mentioned in despatches
    Blood, William Holcroft, during which he was mentioned in despatches
    Blood-Smyth, Henry Bindon, as a Lieutenant with the East Kent Regiment
Bloomer, Arnold Grayson
    Blount, Edward Robert, 11th Bt., with the Royal Flying Corps
    Blount, Walter Aston, 10th Bt., where he was wounded twice
    Blundell, Francis Nicholas ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Blunden, Eric Overington, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Blunt, Allan St. John, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Blunt, Arthur Powlett ( 1917-1918 )
    Blunt, Charles David McKinnon ( 1914 )
    Blunt, Conrad Edward Grant ( 1915-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Blunt, John Harvey, 9th Bt. ( 1914 )
    Blunt, William Senhouse
Bocholtz-Asseburg, Hermann
Boden, Anthony Drummond
Boileau, Gerald Stewart Charle ( 1914-1916 ), when he was discharged medically unfit
    Boileau, Raymond Frederic, 4th, where he was mentioned in despatches
Boles, Hastings Fortescue
    Bolitho, Edward Hoblyn Warren, and was mentioned in despatches three times and was wounded twice
Bolitho, Richard Geoffrey
    Bolitho, Thomas Gerald Glyn, in Observation Balloons in France
Bolitho, William Torquill Macl
    Bolster, Thomas Charles Carpen, and was mentioned in despatches
    Bomford, George Warren
    Bomford, Guy
    Bomford, Trevor Laurence
Bond, Charles Gordon
    Bond, Edward Ravenshaw Trevely
    Bond, George Montgomery, in France, Salonika and Macedonia
Bond, Reginald Edwin, in Mesopotamia
Bonham Carter, Norman
    Bonham, Eric Henry, 3rd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bonham, John Wroughton, with the Remount Service
    Bonsor, Arthur Charles
Bonsor, Malcolm Cosmo
    Bonsor, Reginald, 2nd Bt. ( 1914-1919 )
    Bonsor, Robert Cecil
    Boord, Oscar Leslie
    Boot, John, 2nd Baron Trent
    Booth, Ernest Brabazon ( 1914-1916 ), in the Cameroons
    Booth, Francis Adrian Blaydes
    Booth, James Erskine Wise
    Booth, Thomas Macaulay ( 1914 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Booth-Jones, Thomas Vernon
    Boothby, Basil Tanfield Beridg ( 1916-1919 ), serving in France and Flanders, and was mentioned in despatches twice
Boothby, Ernest Brooke
    Boothby, Evelyn Leonard Beridg
    Boothby, Hubert Basil, and was mentioned in despatches
Boothby, James Robert
Boothby, John Henry
    Bootle-Wilbraham, Edward Willi ( 1914-1918 )
    Borrie, Ernest, serving in the King's Own Royal Lancasters, in Bangalore, the Dardanelles and the Bosphorus
    Borrie, Stanley, as a dispatch rider with the Artists Rifles
    Borrie, William
Borrowes, Walter
    Borthwick, Alfred Edward
    Borthwick, Arthur Sandilands
    Borthwick, William ( 1914-1919 ), where he was wounded twice and became a POW
    Borwick, George, 2nd Baron Borw
    Borwick, Robert Geoffrey, 3rd B
    Boscawen, Edward Aroha, in Palestone
    Boscawen, Evelyn Hugh John, 8th
Boscawen, George Edward
Boscawen, Hugh Townshend
    Boscawen, Mildmay Thomas, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Boscawen, Spencer, where he was mentioned in despatches
Boscawen, Vere Douglas
Bosville Macdonald, Godfrey Ev
    Bosville Macdonald, Ronald Ian
    Bosworth-Martin, Stephen Boswo
    Boucher, Charles Hamilton
    Boughey, Anchitel Edward Fletc
    Boughey, John Fletcher
    Boultbee, Arthur Elsdale
Boultbee, Joseph Maxwell
Boulton, Arthur Vane
Boulton, Christian Harold Erne
    Boulton, Oscar Evan ( 1914 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bourke, Arthur John Henry, and was mentioned in despatches twice
Bourke, Bertram Walter
Bourke, Eustace George Walter, where he was wounded
    Bourke, Henry Beresford, as DCO
    Bourke, Ulick Henry, 9th Earl o
    Bourke, Ulrick John Deane, and was mentioned in despatches
    Bourke-Borrowes, Cecil Hubert, and was mentioned in despatches
    Bourke-Borrowes, Dermot Richar ( 1916-1918 ), in Mesopotamia, and was mentioned in despatches
    Bowater, Eric Vansittart, in the Royal Artillery
    Bowater, Frank Henry, 1st Bt.
    Bowater, Noël Vansittart, 2nd B ( 1914-1919 )
    Bowen, Edward Crowther, 2nd Bt.
    Bowen-Colthurst, John Colthurs, where he suffered shell-shock
    Bowen-Colthurst, Robert Macgre
Bowes-Lyon, Charles Lindsay Cl
Bowes-Lyon, Fergus
Bowes-Lyon, Gavin Patrick
    Bowes-Lyon, Michael Claude Ham, where he became a POW in 1917
    Bowlby, Adelbert Charles Edwar ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bowlby, Anthony Alfred, 1st Bt., when he was mentioned in despatches
    Bowlby, Cuthbert Francis Bond ( 1914-1918 )
Bowlby, Geoffrey Vaux Salvin
    Bowlby, Gerard William Salvin, with the Royal Scots
    Bowlby, Henry Russell
    Bowlby, Hugh Savin ( 1914-1918 )
Bowlby, Lionel Henry Salvin
    Bowlby, Russell Frank
Bowman, Arthur William
    Bowman, Humphrey Ernest
    Bowyer, George Edward Wentwort, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Bowyer, Richard Grenville
Bowyer-Smijth, Henry
    Bowyer-Smyth, Philip Weyland, 1
    Boxwell, Ambrose, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Boyce, Harold Leslie, 1st Bt., in the Australian Imperial Force
    Boyd, Cecil Anderson, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Boyd, Henry Alexander, and was mentioned in dispathces four times
    Boyd, John Leslie Sheppard
    Boyd-Carpenter, Archibald
    Boyd-Rochfort, Cecil Charles ( 1914-1918 ), where he was wounded
    Boyd-Rochfort, Harold, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Boylan, Edward Thomas Arthur G, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Boylan, Francis Michael Benedi
    Boyle, Alan Reginald, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Boyle, Alexander David
    Boyle, Algernon Douglas Edward, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Boyle, Cecil Alexander
    Boyle, Charles Norman Cavendis, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Boyle, Charles Roger Cavendish, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches twice
    Boyle, Edmund Michael Gordon L
    Boyle, Edward Louis Dalrymple, where he was mentioned in despatches
Boyle, Ernest Charles Patrick, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Boyle, Frederick John
    Boyle, Hugh MacCormac
    Boyle, James
    Boyle, John Charters, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Boyle, John David, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Boyle, Lionel Richard Cavendis
    Boyle, Patrick James, 8th Earl, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Boyle, Reginald Courtenay
Boyle, Richard Bernard, 7th Ear
    Boyle, Richard Frederick Rober, where he was wounded
    Boyle, Robert Francis
    Boyle, Sydney Herbert, in the East African Campaign
    Boyle, William Henry Dudley, 12, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
Brabant, Alfred Geoffrey
    Brabazon, Claud Maitland Patri
Brabazon, Ernest William Maitl, and was mentioned in despatches
    Brabazon, Reginald le Normand, , and was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Brabazon, Terrence Anthony Cha
    Brace, Henry Fergusson, where he was wounded twice and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Bradford, Edward Austen
    Bradford, Evelyn Ridley, 2nd Bt ( 1914 )
    Bradshaw, William Pat Arthur, where he was mentioned in despatches
Brain, Francis Sydney, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Brain, John Atkins, where he was wounded in 1918
    Brain, Walter Russell, 1st Baro, with the Red Cross
    Brand, Henry Arthur Trevor, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Brand, Hubert George
    Brand, Humphrey Ranulph, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Brand, John Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Brand, Roger, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Brand, Thomas Walter, 3rd Visco, where he was mentioned in despatches eight times
Brandolini d'Adda, Brandolino,
    Brandon, Arthur Ernest, with the Royal Army Veterinary Corps
    Brasier-Creagh, Jack Gerard, with Royal Irish Rifles
    Brasier-Creagh, Richard Sherlo
    Brass, William, 1st and last Ba, in France, Egypt and Italy, serving in the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force
Brassey, Gerard Charles
Brassey, Harold Ernest
    Brassey, Henry Leonard Campbel
    Brazier-Creagh, Edmond Beresfo, in Royal Field Artillery, and was wounded
    Brazier-Creagh, George Washing
    Brazier-Creagh, Kilner Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches
Breese, William Lawrence
    Brereton, Edward FitzGerald
    Brereton, Franc Sadleir
    Brereton, Frederick Sadleir
    Brett, Maurice Vyner Balliol, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Bridgeman, Geoffrey John Orlan ( 1917-1919 )
    Bridgeman, Henry George Orland
Bridgeman, Humphrey Herbert Or
    Bridgeman, Orlando, 5th Earl of ( 1915-1917 )
Bridgeman, Richard Orlando Bea
    Bridgeman, Robert Clive, 2nd Vi, where he was twice wounded
    Bridgeman, Roger Orlando, where he was wounded
    Bridges, Edward Ettingdean, 1st
Brierly, Alwin Huard
Brinckman, Denys
    Brinckman, Theodore Ernest War ( 1916-1918 )
    Brinckman, Theodore Francis, 3r ( 1914 )
    Brisco, Gilfrid Rimington
    Brisco, Oriel Arthur, with the New Zealand Expeditionary Force, in Egypt and France
Brisco, Wastel
    Broadbridge, Eric Wilberforce, , in the Machine Gun Company, where was mentioned in despatches
    Brocklebank, Charles Gerald, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Brocklebank, John Jasper
    Brocklebank, Ralph Royds
Brocklebank, Thomas Geoffrey
    Brodie, Benjamin Collins, 4th B ( 1914-1919 ), with the Surrey Yeomanry and Gordon Highalnders, and was mentioned in despatches twice
Brodie, Donald Francis O'Calla
Brodie, Douglas Edward
    Brodie, Ian Ashley Moreton, 24t
    Brodie, Malcolm William O'Call, where he was mentioned in despatches
Brodie-Innes, John Stuart, of M
    Brodrick, George St. John, 2nd, where he was mentioned in despatches
Bromet, John Neville
    Bromhead, Benjamin Gonville
    Bromhead, Richard Freckleton G
    Bromley, Arthur, 8th Bt.
Bromley, Herbert Assheton
    Brooke, Alan Francis, 1st Visco ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches six times
    Brooke, Arthur, where he was severely wounded
    Brooke, Arthur Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Brooke, Arthur Francis, where he was wounded
    Brooke, Augustine Henry
    Brooke, Basil Charles Barringt
    Brooke, Basil Gerald
    Brooke, Basil Stanlake, 1st Vis, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Brooke, Basil Vernon
    Brooke, Bertram Willes Dayrell
    Brooke, Christopher Robert Ing, where he was mentioned in despatches five times
    Brooke, Geoffrey Thomas ( 1914 )
Brooke, George
Brooke, George Cecil
    Brooke, George Frank, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
Brooke, Henry Brian
    Brooke, Henry Hastings, where he was wounded
    Brooke, Hugh, 2nd Bt. ( 1914 )
    Brooke, James Anson Otho, V.C.
    Brooke, John, where he was mentioned in despatches
Brooke, Patrick Harry
    Brooke, Robert Weston, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Brooke, Ronald George, where he was mentioned in despatches
Brooke, Victor Reginald
    Brooks, Noel Brand ( 1914-1919 )
    Brooks, Thomas Marshall ( 1914-1919 )
Brooksbank, Stamp
Broome, Louis George
    Brougham, John Collingwood
    Broughton, Geoffrey Delves, where he was wounded
    Broughton, Henry John Delves, 1
Broughton, Hugo Delves
    Broughton, Legh Harley Delves, where he was mentioned in dipatches
    Broughton, Theodore Delves, serving in Mesopotamia and Persia, and was mentioned in despatches
    Broughton, Vernon Lamonnerie D, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Broughton, William Edward Delv, where he was mentioned in despatches, and was wounded
    Broun-Lindsay, Humphrey George ( 1918-1919 ), in France and Italy
    Brown, Cedric Clifton
    Brown, Francis Clifton, where he was metnioned in dispatches
    Brown, Frederick Seddon
Brown, Gordon Hargreaves, where he was wounded
Brown, Wynyard Keith
Browne, Alfred Eden
    Browne, Evelyn, with the Australian Imeprial Forces
    Browne, Gerald Ralph Desmond, 7 ( 1916-1918 )
    Browne, Harry Ernest, where he was severely wounded
Browne, Maurice Henry Dermot
    Browne, Valentine Charles, 5th
    Browne, Valentine Edward Charl, where he was wounded
    Browne-Clayton, Robert Clayton, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Browning, Langley ( 1914 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Brownlow, Andrew L'Estrange, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Brownlow, Guy James ( 1914 ), where he was mentioned in despatches three times
Brownlow, Wilfrid Herbert Ceci
    Bruce, Alastair Lavallette Eri, in the London Scottish and Royal Air Force
    Bruce, Alexander Cathcart, where he was wounded
    Bruce, Alexander Fairlie
    Bruce, Charles Granville ( 1914 ), in the campaign in Egypt, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bruce, Clarence Napier, 3rd Bar
    Bruce, David, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Bruce, Edward James, 14th Earl, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Bruce, George James
    Bruce, George John Gordon, 7th, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches four times
Bruce, Gervase Ronald
Bruce, Henry Lyndhurst
    Bruce, Ian Robert Craufurd Geo, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Bruce, James
    Bruce, John Bernard
    Bruce, Michael William Selby, o, serving in the Dardanelles, Egypt and France, and was wounded
    Bruce, Robert
    Bruce, Robert Cathcart, in France and Belgium
    Bruce, Robert Charles
Bruce, Robert Lloyd
    Bruce, Robert, Master of Burlei ( 1914 )
    Bruce, Stanley Melbourne, 1st a ( 1914-1917 ), where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded twice
    Bruce, Victor Alexander
    Bruce, Victor Austin
    Bruce, William ( 1915-1916 ), where he was wounded twice
    Bruce, William Fox, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Bruce, William Nigel Ernle, where he was seriously wounded
    Bruce-Gardyne, Evan, 13th of Mi ( 1914-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Brudenell-Bruce, George Willia, where he was again mentioned in despatches
Brudenell-Bruce, James Ernest
    Brudenell-Bruce, Robert Hanbur, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bruen, Arthur Thomas, as s British Red Cross Society driver
    Bruen, Edward Francis, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Brunner, Felix John Morgan, 3rd
Brunton, Edward Henry Pollock
    Brunton, James Stopford Lauder, in France
    Brush, George Howard, with 36th (Ulster) Division, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Brush, John Eastwood Ramsay ( 1914-1918 ), when he was invalided
    Bryan, George Leopold, 4th Baro
    Bryant, Arthur Wynne Morgan
Brühl, Friedrich
Brühl, Friedrich Johannes
Buchan, Alastair Ebenezer
    Buchan, John, 1st Baron Tweedsm
    Buchan-Hepburn, John Trant, with the Ceylon Planter's Rifle Corps and Australian Artillery
    Buchan-Hepburn, Thomas Swinton
    Buchanan, Andrew Sinclair
Buchanan-Baillie-Hamilton, Art
    Buchanan-Baillie-Hamilton, Nei
Buckley, Felix George
    Buckmaster, Owen Stanley, 2nd V, where he was wounded
    Bucknall, William Rixon
    Buckworth-Herne-Soame, Charles, where he was wounded
Buckworth-Herne-Soame, Richard
    Buffett, Bernard Campbell, where he was severely wounded
    Buffett, Frederick Stanley, in Egypt and other parts of the Middle East
    Buffett, Steele ( 1917-1919 )
    Buffett, Thomas Henry Seymour
Bulkeley, Thomas Henry Rivers
    Bullen, Edward Tester
    Bullen, Stephen Darley
Buller, Lesley Montagu
    Buller, Mowbray Louis
    Bullock, Christopher Llewellyn
    Bullock-Marsham, Francis Willi, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bulteel, Cecil Edward
Bulteel, Edward Wynter
Bulteel, Thomas Edward
    Bulteel, Walter Gordon ( 1915-1918 )
    Bunbury, Charles Henry Napier,
    Bunbury, Evan Campbell, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Bunbury, Francis William ( 1914-1918 )
    Bunbury, Gerald Bruce St. Pier, where he was wounded
    Bunbury, Henry William
Bunbury, Patrick Stanley St. P
    Bunbury, Richard Seymour, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Bunbury, William St. Pierre
    Burbidge, Richard Grant Woodma
Burchardt-Ashton, Alexander Er
    Burdett, Arthur St. George
Burdett, Charles Plantagenet
    Burdett, Cyril Trench, with the Royal Navy Division
Burdett, Edward Jerome
    Burdett, Ernest Wyndham, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Burdett, Henry Aylmer, 10th Bt., where he was wounded
    Burdett, Henry Leatham, in Royal Artillery
    Burdett, John Head, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Burges, Richard Ynyr ( 1918 ), in H.M.S. Warspite, and was present at the surrender of German fleet
    Burgh, Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Burgh, Desmond Herlouin
    Burgh, Eric
    Burgh, Ernest Charles, with 1st Australian Imperial Force
    Burgh, Hubert Henry
    Burgh, Hugo Graham, where he was mentioned in despatches
Burgh, John Maurice Truscott, with the Royal Navy
Burgh, Thomas, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Burgh, Ulric Campbell
    Burke Cole, John James, where he was wounded three times, and was mentioned in despatches
    Burke, Charles Dominick, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Burke, Edward Bernard Mary
    Burke, Gerald Howe, 7th Bt., where he was wounded twice
    Burke, Henry Joseph
    Burke, Hubert Francis ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
Burke, John Bernard Mary, where he was mentioned in despatches
Burn, Arthur Herbert Posden
    Burn-Clerk-Rattray, Paul Rober
    Burnell, Charles Desborough
    Burnell-Nugent, Frank Henry, and was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Burnett, Alexander Douglas Gil
    Burnett, Alexander Edwin, of Le, where he was severely wounded
    Burnett, Arthur Moubray, 8th of
    Burnett, Charles Stuart
Burnett, Ian Alistair Kendall
    Burnett, James Lauderdale Gilb, where he was mentioned in desptaches eleven times, and was severely wounded
    Burnett, John Alexander, 7th of
    Burnett, Leslie Trew, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Burnett, Robert Lindsay
    Burnett, Thomas Leslie Forbes
    Burney, Cecil, 1st Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Burney, Sydney Bernard
    Burnham, Gordon Le Roy ( 1914-1918 )
Burns, James Drummond
    Burns, John Alan, 4th Baron Inv, where he was wounded
Burrough, Francis Thomas
    Burrowes, Alec, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Burrowes, Arnold Brian
    Burrowes, Arnold Robinson, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Burrowes, Patrick William, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Burrowes, Robert Philip, where he was wounded
Burton, Alfred Henry Wellesley, where he was wounded
    Burton, Benjamin Wellesley
    Burton, Edward Thomas Derrick, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Burton, Gerald John Lloyd, where he was wounded
Butcher, Henry Townsend
    Butler, Charles Ernest Alfred, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Butler, Charles Walter ( 1914-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Butler, Edmund Pierce
    Butler, Edward Walter Charles ( 1918-1919 ), with the 4th Dragoon Guards
    Butler, FitzWalter George Prob ( 1914 )
    Butler, Francis James
Butler, Gordon Kerr Montagu
    Butler, Henry Claude
    Butler, Hubert Blennerhassett, in France and Palestine
    Butler, James Arthur Norman, 6t
    Butler, James George Anson, 5th, where he was wounded
    Butler, James Hubert Theobald, where he was wounded
    Butler, James Humphrey, where he was wounded twice
    Butler, James Whitwell
Butler, John Fitzhardinge Paul
    Butler, Leslie James Probyn ( 1914 ), where he was mentioned in despatches six times
    Butler, Piers Percy, in the U.S. Navy
    Butler, Richard
    Butler, Richard Pierce, 11th Bt ( 1914 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Butler, Theodore Patrick Proby, in France, Palestine and Sudan, and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Butler, William Bayford
Butler-Bowden, Basil Joseph Be
    Butler-Stoney, Bowes
    Butler-Stoney, Charles Kemble, with the Royal Flying Corps
    Butler-Stoney, Richard Brooke
Butler-Stoney, Thomas Butler
    Buxton, Abbot Redmond
    Buxton, Anthony, where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded
    Buxton, Arthur
    Buxton, Barclay Godfrey, iwhere he was severely wounded
    Buxton, Bernard, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Buxton, Clarence Edward Victor, where he was mentioned in despatches
Buxton, Denis Bertram Sydney
    Buxton, Desmond Gurney
    Buxton, Edward Hugh
    Buxton, Edward North, where he was mentioned in despatches
Buxton, George Barclay, in British East Africa, Egypt and France
    Buxton, Harry Gurney
    Buxton, Henry Fowell
Buxton, Hugh Forster
    Buxton, Ivor, where he was mentioned in despatches
Buxton, Jocelyn Murray Victor
    Buxton, John Lawrence, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Buxton, Leland William Wilberf
    Buxton, Lionel Gurney, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Buxton, Maurice Victor
    Buxton, Murray Barclay, where he was severely wounded
    Buxton, Robert Vere, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Buxton, Roden Henry Victor
    Buxton, Thomas Fowell, 5th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Buzzard, Charles Norman ( 1914 )
    Buzzard, Frank Anstie, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Byers, Mandale, where he was mentioned in despatches
Byng, Francis Dacres
    Byng, Julian Hedworth George, 1
    Byrne, Albert Barnitz
    Byron, George Rochfort
    Byron, Richard, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Byron, Wilfrid
    Bère, Rupert, 1st Bt.
Cable, George Pickersgill
    Cadbury, Egbert, where he became an ace, and shot down two Zeppelins over the North Sea with his Sopwith Camel
    Cadbury, Laurence John ( 1914-1919 ), with the Friend's Ambulance Unit
    Caddell, Ernest Duncan
Cadell, Assheton Biddulph
Cadman, Charles Joseph, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cadman, James
    Cadman, Richard, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cadman, William Henry, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cadogan, Edward Cecil George, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cadogan, Francis Charles, with the Anzac Landing, Dover Patrol, and Black and Caspian Seas
    Cadogan, William George Sydney
Cahill, Edward
Cahill, John Nugent
Cahill, Patrick L.
Cairnes, Alfred Bellingham
    Cairnes, Francis Herbert, in Military Intelligence
    Cairnes, James Elliot
    Cairnes, Tom Algar Elliot
    Cairnes, Tom Algar Elliot, with the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force
    Cairnes, William Edward Plunke
Cairnes, William Jameson
    Cairns, Wilfred Dallas, 4th Ear, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Callow, Horace B. Cheslyn
    Calmady-Hamlyn, Charles Hamlyn, with the E.E.F.
    Cambridge, Adolphus Charles, 1s, and was mentioned in despatches
    Cambridge, Alexander Augustus, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Cambridge, George Francis Hugh, in the Reserve Regiment, 1st Life Guards
Cameron, Allan George
Cameron, Archibald
    Cameron, Archibald Rice
    Cameron, Donald Charles, in Palestine
    Cameron, Donald Walter, of Loch, serving in France, and was mentioned in despatches
    Cameron, John Ewen
Cameron, Napier Charles Gordon
    Cameron, Norman Ogilvie Mouat, where he was severely wounded
    Cameron, William Henry Veitch
    Cameron-Ramsay-Fairfax-Lucy, B, he was wounded
    Cameron-Ramsay-Fairfax-Lucy, H, he was mentioned in despatches thrice
    Campbell, Alan Le Grand
Campbell, Alan Robert Sinclair
    Campbell, Albert, with the Canadian contingent
Campbell, Alexander Boswell
    Campbell, Alexander Douglas
    Campbell, Angus Dudley
    Campbell, Archibald
    Campbell, Cecil James ( 1914 )
Campbell, Charles Colin Kinloc
    Campbell, Charles William, 9th
Campbell, Colin Palmer
    Campbell, David Graham Muschet ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches six times
Campbell, Donald
    Campbell, Donald Swinton, 2nd B
    Campbell, Douglas Walter
Campbell, Duncan
    Campbell, Edward FitzGerald
    Campbell, Edward Fitzgerald, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Campbell, Eric Francis Dennist
    Campbell, Eric Octavius, where he was wounded, and mentioned in despatches three times
    Campbell, George Frederic Coli
    Campbell, George Ilay, of Succo
    Campbell, Gerald FitzGerald
    Campbell, Glidden
    Campbell, Gordon, V.C.
    Campbell, Guy Colin, 4th Bt.
Campbell, Henry Bethune
    Campbell, Ian Malcolm, in Gallipoli, Egypt and France, and was mentioned in despatches
    Campbell, Ian Vincent Hamilton
    Campbell, Ion Edward FitzGeral, where he was wounded
    Campbell, Ion Percy FitzGerald, where he was mentioned in despatches
Campbell, Ivar
Campbell, James Archibald Loch
    Campbell, John Alexander Colds
    Campbell, John Archibald
Campbell, John Beresford ( 1914-1915 ), and was mentioned in despatches
    Campbell, John Dermot, in the Royal Artillery
    Campbell, John Duncan, with the Canadian contingent
    Campbell, John Duncan Vaughan, , with the Royal Navy
    Campbell, John Vaughan, V.C., where he was mentioned in despatches
Campbell, Lawford Burne
    Campbell, Louis Hamilton, of Au, with the Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve
    Campbell, Neil Alister Henry, where he was wounded
    Campbell, Patrick Colin
Campbell, Philip Sidney
    Campbell, Robert, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Campbell, Thomas, with the Canadian contingent
    Campbell, Walter, where he was mentioned in despatches eleven times
    Campbell, Walter Henry Edward
    Campbell, William, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Campbell, William Robinson
    Campbell-Gray, Lindsay Stuart, , where he was thirce wounded and was mentioned in despatches
Campbell-Johnston, Alex
Campbell-Johnston, Patrick Sey
Campbell-Johnston, Ronald Alfr
    Campbell-Orde, Alan Colin, where he was wounded
    Campbell-Orde, Arthur John, 4th
    Campbell-Orde, John Vernon
    Campbell-Orde, Ronald Charles ( 1914-1919 ), where he was wounded
    Campion, Gilbert Francis Montr ( 1914-1917 )
    Capell, Algernon Essex, in British East Africa
Capell, Arthur George Coningsb, where he was mentioned in despatches
Capper, Thomson
Carden, Arnold, with 24th London Regiment
Carden, Charles William, with theRoyal Engineers, and was badly wounded
Carden, Derrick Alfred
    Carden, Edward Percy, with the Royal Engineers
    Carden, Eustace Markham
    Carden, Frederick, with 24th London Regiment and AOC
Carden, Frederick Craven
    Carden, Frederick Henry Walter
Carden, Henry Charles
Carden, John, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Carden, John King, in the Royal Engineers and Grenadier Guards, and was wounded twice
Carden, John Rutter
    Carden, Lionel Berkeley, with the Canadian Army
    Carden, Louis Peile, where he was mentioned in despatches
Carden, Ronald James Walter
    Carden, Sackville Hamilton
Cardwell, Hugh Brodie
Carew, Francis Ludovic
    Carew, Henry Walter Palk ( 1914 ), with the 2nd Canadian Mounted Rifles and Royal Flying Corps
Carew, Jasper
    Carew, Peter FitzWilliam ( 1914-1919 )
    Carew, Reginald Lionel Otho
    Carew, Robert John Henry ( 1914 )
    Carew, Thomas Alfred Curtis ( 1914-1919 ), with the 2nd Canadian Mounted Rifles
    Carew, Thomas Palk, 10th Bt.
    Carey, Octavius William ( 1914-1918 ), in France, Egypt and Mesopotamia, and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Carington, Rupert Victor John, , where he wounded twice
    Carleton, Dudley Massey Pigott ( 1914-1918 )
    Carleton, Montgomery Lancelot, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Carlyon, Geoffrey
    Carlyon, Laurence Jago
Carlyon, Thomas Tonkin
    Carmichael-Anstruther, Hugh Jo
Carne, Jean Edmond Marie
    Carnegie, Charles Gilbert
Carnegie, David Alexander
    Carnegie, David John, 10th Earl
Carnegie, Frederick Alexander
    Carnegie, John Douglas, 12th Ea, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Carr White, Gerald, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Carr White, Percy
    Carr White, Reginald Alfred
Carr, Martin Raymond
    Carre-Riddell, Consett, where he was wounded and he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Carre-Riddell, Gervase, where he was wounded
    Carroll, John Donal, with Royal Warwickshire Regiment
    Carroll, John William Vincent, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Carson, Walter Seymour
    Carson, William Henry Lambert, where he was wounded
Cart de la Fontaine, Alfred Ed
Carter, James Shuckburgh
    Carter, John Fillis Carré, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Carter-Campbell, George Tupper
Cartland, James Bertram Falkne
Cary, Byron Plantagenet, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cary, Lucius Plantagenet, 13th
    Cary, Philip Plantagenet
    Cary, Robert Archibald, 1st Bt. ( 1916-1918 )
    Casement, Edgar Reginald
    Casement, Francis
    Casement, John, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Casement, John Moore
    Casement, Robert James
    Cassel, Felix, 1st Bt.
Castle, Tudor Ralph
Cathcart, Augustus Ernest ( 1914 )
    Cathcart, Frederick Adrian
    Caulfeild, Charles Trevor
    Caulfeild, Grace Hardyman ( 1914 ), in France, where she was mentioned in despatches
    Caulfeild, Harry Frowd St. Geo, where he was wounded
    Caulfeild, Robert Toby St. Geo, where he was wounded
    Caulfeild, St. George Frederic, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Caulfeild, Wilmot Smyth, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Cavaye, William Frederick ( 1917-1919 ), with the British Expeditionary Force in France
Cave, Edmund Shallcross Jasper
    Cave, Edward Charles, 3rd Bt. ( 1915-1919 ), with the Somerset Light Infantry
Cave, Thomas Bourchier
Cave, Walter Henry Charles
    Cave-Browne, Horace, in Mesopotamia
    Cave-Browne, William, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Cave-Browne-Cave, Frank Wyamar ( 1915-1919 )
    Cave-Browne-Cave, Genille, 12th
    Cave-Browne-Cave, Nigel Freder, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cavendish, Alfred Edward John, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cavendish, Alwyn Lionel Compto, where he was severely wounded twice, and was mentioned in despatches
    Cavendish, Charles Frederick, 5
    Cavendish, Edward William Spen, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Cavendish, Frederick George, where he was wounded twice, and was mentioned in despatches
    Cavendish, Frederick William L, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cavendish, George Sidney Godol, where he was mentioned in despatches
Cavendish, Godfrey Lionel John
    Cavendish, Henry James Francis, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cavendish, Henry Sheppard Hart
    Cavendish, John Compton, 4th Ba, where he was wounded
    Cavendish, John Spencer
    Cavendish, Ralph Henry Volteli, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cavendish, Richard Frederick, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
Cavendish, Ronald Valentine, where he was wounded twice and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Cavendish, William Edwin
    Cavendish-Bentinck, Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches three times and was wounded
    Cavendish-Bentinck, Ferdinand, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Cavendish-Bentinck, Henry, inclduing the Gallipoli Campaign
    Cavendish-Bentinck, William Ar ( 1914-1916 )
    Cawley, John Stephen, where he was mnetioned in despatches
Cawley, Oswald
    Cayley, Arthur Bowen, where he was wounded and became a POW
    Cayley, Digby Coddington, in Gallipoli and France
    Cayley, Douglas Edward, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
Cayley, Francis Digby Edward
    Cayley, Harry Francis
    Cayley, Henry Priaulx
    Cayley, Hugh Charles
    Cayley, Kenelm Henry Ernest, 10, where he was wounded and became a POW
    Cayley, Norman
    Cayley, Philip Estcourt, in the North-West Frontier and Mesopotamia
    Cayley, Walter de Sausmarez, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cayzer, Charles William, 3rd Bt
    Cayzer, Harold Stanley, where he was wounded
    Cayzer, Herbert Robin, 1st Baro, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cazenove, Ralph de Lérisson
    Cecil, Henry Mitford Amherst
    Cecil, Thomas James Amherst, where he was wounded
Cetto, Ernst
    Chadwyck-Healey, Edward Randal
    Chadwyck-Healey, Gerald Edward
    Chadwyck-Healey, Oliver Nowell, where he was mentioned in despatches
Chalmers, Ralph
Chalmers, Robert
    Chaloner, Claudius Willoughby
    Chaloner, Thomas Weston Peel L
Champion de Crespigny, Claude
Chance, Eustace George St. Cla
    Chance, Roger James Ferguson, 3, where he was wounded twice and mentioned in despatches twice
    Chance, William Hugh Stobart ( 1914-1918 )
    Chandler, William Kellman, II
    Chaplin, Eric, 2nd Viscount Cha ( 1914-1917 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
Chapman, Charles Lancelot
Chapman, David Archibald James
    Chapman, Robert, 1st Bt., where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches four times
    Chappel, George Pester
Charlesworth, Alexander Thomas
    Charley, Arthur Frederick
    Charley, Harold Richard, with the 2nd Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles, and was wounded and became a POW
    Charley, Noel
Charteris, Hugo Francis, Lord E
Charteris, Yvo Alan
Chastel de la Howarderie, Eman
Chavasse, Aidan
    Chavasse, Christopher Maude
    Chavasse, Claude Lionel
    Chavasse, Francis Bernard
    Chaworth-Musters, Anthony ( 1914 ), where he was severely wounded
Chaworth-Musters, Patricius Ge, where he was wounded at the retreat from Mons in September 1914
Chaworth-Musters, Philip Mundy
    Chaworth-Musters, Robert
    Chaytor, D'Arcy, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Chaytor, Edward Walter Clervau, where he was twice wounded and mentioned in despatches seven times
    Chaytor, Frank Clervaux, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Chaytor, Lawrence Clervaux, with the Canterbury Mounted Rifle Regiment and New Zealand Machine Gun Corps, where he was wounded twice
    Chenevix Trench, Alfred Saward, where he was mentioned in despatches
Chenevix Trench, Charles Regin, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Chenevix Trench, Eric ( 1914-1918 )
Chenevix Trench, Francis Maxwe, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Chenevix Trench, Hugo
    Chenevix Trench, Ivor, where he was wounded
    Chenevix Trench, Julius Franci, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Chenevix Trench, Robert Denis ( 1918 )
    Chester, Anthony James Bagot, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Chester, George Bagot, where he was twice wounded
Chester, Greville Arthur Bagot
Chester, Lewis Charles Bagot
Chester, Walter Greville Bagot, where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded
Chester-Master, Richard Cheste
Chesterton, Frank
    Chetwode, George Knightley, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Chetwode, Philip Walhouse, 1st, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Chetwood-Aiken, Harold Freelan ( 1914-1918 )
    Chetwynd, Arthur Henry Talbot, , where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Chetwynd, William Ralph Talbot
    Chetwynd-Stapylton, Bryan Henr
    Chetwynd-Stapylton, Geoffrey, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Chetwynd-Stapylton, Granville
    Chetwynd-Stapylton, Granville
Chetwynd-Stapylton, Henry Mile
    Chetwynd-Talbot, Frederick Gil
Chetwynd-Talbot, Humfrey Richa
    Chevers, Norman Michael Joseph
Chevigne, Anne Marie Joseph Gu
    Cheyne, Joseph Lister, of Leaga, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Chichester, Alfred Godfrey de, where he was wounded twice
    Chichester, Arthur Claud Spenc
    Chichester, Arthur O'Neill Cub
    Chichester, Arthur Whyte
    Chichester, Athol Augustus
    Chichester, Charles Frederick
    Chichester, James John ( 1916-1918 )
    Chichester, Marcus Beresford
    Chichester, Reginald de Blaqui
    Chichester, Robert Peel Dawson
    Chichester, Shane Randolph, with the Royal Naval Division
Chichester, William George Cub
    Child-Villiers, Arthur George, where he was mentioned in despatches
Childe-Pemberton, Edmund Willi
    Childers, Robert Erskine
    Chisholm-Batten, Alexander Wil
Chisholm-Batten, James Utermar
Chisholm-Batten, John de Havil
Cholmeley, Montague Aubrey Row
Cholmondeley, Charles Almeric
    Cholmondeley, George Horatio C
    Cholmondeley, George Hugo, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Christian, Arthur Henry ( 1914-1918 )
    Christian, Charles James ( 1916-1917 )
    Christian, Charles Joseph ( 1916-1917 )
    Christian, Cornelius Stephen H, where he was wounded twice (gassed)
Christian, Edward Charles
    Christian, Everard George Curw, where he was wounded
    Christian, Ewan
    Christian, John Osborne Lucas
    Christian, Robert Howard Mello, serving in the U.S. Army
    Christian, Shelford Ramsey Ber, serving in the U.S. Army
    Christian, Sidney Herbert, and was wounded at Messines (1917) and again at Kemmel (1918)
    Christian, Walter Lawry, with the 1st MG Company and 10th MG Company, 3rd MG Battalion
    Christian, William Francis, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
Christian, William Gordon
    Christie, Archibald
    Christie-Miller, Geoffry, where he was mentioned in despatches
Christison, Frederick John
Churchman, Charles Harvey
    Churchward, Paul Rycaut Stanbu ( 1915-1917 ), in the Mediterranean
Churchward, Percy Alaric
    Chuter-Ede, James, Baron Chuter
Clairmonte, George Egerton
    Clark, Henry James Douglas ( 1914-1919 ), where he was mentioned in depsatches and was severely wounded
Clark, James
    Clark, Thomas George
    Clark, Thomas Jackson
Clarke, Brian Lloyd
    Clarke, Charles St. Aubyn ( 1917-1917 ), in France
    Clarke, George Alfred Erskine
    Clarke, Henry Herbert
    Clarke, Marshal Falconer
    Clarke, Marshal Llewelyn
    Clarke, Marshal Neville
    Clarke, Ralph Stephenson, in Gallipoli, Palestine and Egypt
    Clarke, Seaforth St. John
    Clarke, Thomas Arthur
Clarke, William A. St. Aubyn
    Clarke, William James, in South West Africa, and was mentioned in despatches
    Clarke, William Lionel Russell ( 1915-1919 )
    Clarke, William Ruddell
    Clayton East, George Frederick, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Clayton, Arthur John Granville
    Clayton, Emilius, where he was wounded
    Clayton, George Edward
    Clayton, Gerald Fancourt, where he was wounded
    Clayton, Harold Dudley, 10th Bt
    Clayton, Harold Robert, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Clayton, Henry Edward Gilbert, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Clayton, Reginald Ernest Thorn, where he was severely wounded twice
    Cleeve, Charles Edward
    Cleeve, Edward Henry Cecil
    Cleeve, William Frederick
Clegg-Hill, Arthur Reginald, and was mentioned in despatches three times
    Clegg-Hill, Charles Rowland, 6t, and was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Clegg-Hill, Gerald Spencer
    Clegg-Hill, Rowland Richard, 4t
    Clementi-Smith, Hubert
    Clements, Charles, 5th Earl of ( 1915-1917 )
    Clements, George Stuart, in the Royal Irish Rifles
    Clements, Henry Theophilus Wic
    Clements, Marcus Louis Stewart, where he was wounded
    Clerk, Aylmer Gustavus, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
Clerk, Beauchamp
Clerk, John Eric Sinclair
    Clerke, David Herbert Hamund ( 1917-1918 )
Clerke, Francis William Talbot
    Clifford, Bede Edmund Hugh
    Clifford, Charles Oswald Hugh, ( 1914-1918 )
Clifford, George Gilbert Josep
Clifford, Henry Francis
    Clifford, Henry Frederick Hugh, where he was wounded and mentioed in despatches
Clifford, Hugh Gilbert Francis
Clifford, Walter Francis Josep
    Clifton, Charles Caryl
    Clifton, Harry Arthur, in Gallipoli and Egypt
    Clifton, Percy Robert, serving in Gallipoli, Egypt and Palestine
    Clinton, Walter Laurence
    Clive, George Sidney
    Clive, Percy Archer
    Close-Brooks, John Charles
    Clover, HArwood Linay, in Gallipoli
    Clover, Isaac
    Clowes, Henry Arthur
Clutterbuck, David
    Clutterbuck, Walter Edmund, in Gallipoli, Egypt, Palestine and South Russia
    Coates, Vincent George
    Coats, Archibald
    Coats, James Stuart, 3rd Bt., where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Coats, Thomas, 2nd Baron Glenta ( 1914-1918 ), in France with the Worcestershire Regiment, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cobbe, Alexander Stanhope, V.C., where he was mentioned in despatches nine times
    Cobbe, Henry Hercules, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Cobbe, Ivor Staveley
Cobbe, Mervyn Hugh
Cobbold, Charles Townsend
    Cobbold, Clement John Fromante, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cobbold, Guy Fromanteel
    Cochrane, Alexander Francis
    Cochrane, Archibald, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cochrane, Archibald Douglas, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Cochrane, Basil Robert
    Cochrane, Douglas Mackinnon Ba
    Cochrane, Edward Owen
    Cochrane, John Ernest Charles
    Cochrane, Ralph Alexander
    Cochrane, Robert Cecil, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cochrane, Thomas George Freder, where he was wounded three times and mentioned in despatches three times
    Cochrane, Thomas Hesketh Dougl, on the General Staff
    Cochrane, Thomas Horatio Arthu
    Cochrane-Baillie, Victor Alexa ( 1914-1917 ), where he was wounded twice and mentioned in despatches
    Cockburn, James Stanhope, of th
    Cockburn, John Brydges, of that, in Cameroons and France, where he was mentioned in despatches three times and was severely wounded twice
    Cockburn, Robert, of that Ilk,
    Cockburn, Ronald Abercromby, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Cocks, Arthur Herbert Tennyson, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cocks, Henry Bromley, with the New Zealand Expeditionary Force
Cocks, Reginald Somers, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Coddington, Arthur Francis
Coddington, Hubert John
    Codrington, Christopher Willia, where he was wounded
    Codrington, Geoffrey Ronald, where he was mentioned in despatches four times, and was wounded
    Codrington, John Alfred ( 1917-1918 )
    Codrington, William Melville, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Coghill, Marmaduke Nevill Patr ( 1916-1918 ), in Flanders
    Coghill, Nevill Henry Kendal A ( 1917-1919 )
    Coke, Edward, where he was mentioned in despatches twice and was wounded twice
    Coke, John Spencer
    Coke, Lovel William
    Coke, Reginald, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Coke, Richard ( 1914 ), where he was wounded twice
    Coke, Roger, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Coke, Thomas William, 4th Earl
Coker, Cadwallader John
Coker, John Cadwallader
    Coker, Lewis
    Colborne, Francis Lionel Lydst ( 1914-1917 )
    Colborne-Vivian, James Ulysses ( 1914-1919 )
    Cole, Arthur Willoughby George
    Cole, Seymour Hamilton Maule, and was mentioned in despatches
    Cole-Hamilton, Hugh Arthur Wil ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches three times, was wounded and became a POW in 1918
    Cole-Hamilton, John Beresford, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Cole-Hamilton, John Claud
    Cole-Hamilton, William Moore
    Coleridge, Guy Lushington
    Coleridge, John Duke
Coleridge, Luke Frederick Renn
    Coleridge, Paul Humphrey, where he was wounded
    Coleridge, Wilfred Duke
Colfox, Thomas David
    Colfox, William Philip, 1st Bt., where he was twice wounded
    Collett, Henry Seymour, 2nd Bt., where he was wounded twice, and became a POW
    Collett, Stanley Beresford
    Collier, Alfred Hardcastle, 3rd
    Collier, Angus Lyell ( 1914-1918 )
    Collier, Eric Cecil Frederick
    Collis, William Henry
Collis-Browne, Alfred Ulick
    Colman, Leonard Maple
    Colman, Nigel Claudian Dalziel
    Colquhoun, Iain, of Luss, 7th B, where he was wounded
    Colston, Edward Murray, 2nd Bar ( 1914-1919 ), where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches five times
    Colt, Henry Archer, 9th Bt., where he was severely wounded, and was mentioned in despatches twice)
    Colthurst, George Oliver, 7th B
    Colthurst, Richard St. John Je
    Colvill, David Chaigneau, in France
Colvill, George Chaigneau
    Colvill, James Chaigneau
    Colvill, Robert Lowry Chaignea, where he was wounded
    Colville, David, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Colville, David John, 1st Baron ( 1914-1919 ), where he was wounded twice
Colville, Henry George Coulson
    Colville, John Gilbert
    Colville, Norman Robert, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Colville, Robert Alfred ( 1915-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Colville, Stanley Cecil James
Colyer-Fergusson, Thomas River
    Colyer-Fergusson, William Port, where he was wounded
Combe, George Henry Richard
    Compton, Douglas James Cecil, in France
    Compton, Edward Robert Francis, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Compton, Gerald
Compton, Spencer Douglas
    Compton, William Bingham, 6th M, where he was wounded
    Comyn, Lewis James, where he was mentioned in despatches five times
    Conant, Nigel Cecil Peter
    Congreve, John
Congreve, William La Touche, V.
    Conner, Henry Longfield, in the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force
    Conolly, Edward Michael, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Conolly, Lucius O'Brien John
Considine, Christopher Daniel
Considine, Heffernan James
    Considine, Percy Joseph Freder
    Constable-Maxwell, Gerald Jose
    Constable-Maxwell, Ian Simon J, where he was wounded
    Constable-Maxwell-Scott, Malco, and was mentioned in despatches
    Constable-Maxwell-Scott, Walte, and was mentioned in despatches six times
Constable-Maxwell-Stuart, Alfr
Constable-Maxwell-Stuart, Edmu
Constable-Maxwell-Stuart, Henr
Constable-Maxwell-Stuart, Jose
Conyers, Charles
    Conyers, Charles Graham Arthur
    Conyers, David George
    Conyngham, Frederick William B
    Coode-Adams, Geoffery, with the Royal Artillery
Cook, George Trevor Roper
    Cooke, Arthur Charles Darwin
    Cooke, Philip Bryan
    Cooke-Collis, William James No, where he was mentioned in despatches eight times
Cooke-Yarborough, Edmund Selwy
    Cooke-Yarborough, Geoffrey Mic
    Cooke-Yarborough, Wilfred Erne
    Cookman, Nathaniel Edward Roge
Cooksey, Joseph Arnold
    Cooksey, Wilfred Maurice
    Cooper, Alfred Duff, 1st Viscou, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cooper, Arthur Hamilton
    Cooper, Austin Clare, with Canadian Black Watch
    Cooper, Austin Owen, where he was wounded and became a POW
    Cooper, Austin Samuel
    Cooper, Edward Joshua
    Cooper, Francis D'Arcy, 1st Bt., where he was badly wounded on the Somme
    Cooper, Guy Edward
    Cooper, Matthew Pennefather Ll, in Flanders with Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
Cooper, Percy Beauchamp Astley
    Cooper, Richard Joshua
Coote, Charles Gartside Eyre
    Coote, Charles Robert Purdon
    Coote, John Cecil
    Coote, Maxwell Henry
    Copeman, Charles Neville Chris
    Corballis, Basil Joseph
    Corballis, Edward Roux Littled, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Corballis, James Cecil
Corballis, Richard Arthur, with 3rd Battalion, Dorset Regiment
    Corbally Stourton, Edward Plan, where he was wounded twice and was mentioned in despatches four times
Corbet, Roland James, 5th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Corbett, Arthur Cameron
    Corbett, Thomas Godfrey Polson, where he was wounded
    Cordeaux, Edward Cawdron ( 1914-1918 ), serving in the Dardenelles, Gallipoli and Jutland
Corkery, Eric Denis, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
Corkran, Reginald Seymour
Cornberg, Helmut
Cornberg, Joachim Jobst
    Cornwallis, Fiennes Wykeham Ma
    Cornwallis, Wykeham Stanley, 2n, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Cornwallis-West, George Freder
    Cory-Wright, Alan, where he was severely wounded, and was mentioned in despatches
    Cory-Wright, Douglas
    Cory-Wright, Geoffrey, 3rd Bt., where he was wounded
    Cory-Wright, Ronald, where he was wounded, and was mentioned in despatches
    Cosby, Errold Ashworth Sydney
    Costobadie, Frederick Palliser
    Cotton, Frederick Arthur Stapl, where he was severely wounded
    Cotton, George Edward Stapleto ( 1914-1917 )
    Cotton, Henry Wilmot Stapleton, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Cotton, Hugh Stapleton, where he was wounded
    Cotton, Ronald Egerton, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches three times
    Cotton, Stapleton Lynch
    Cotton, Vere Egerton, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Couper, George Robert Cecil, 5t
    Couper, Guy, 4th Bt. ( 1916-1918 ), with the Australian Imperial Forces
    Couper, Victor Arthur ( 1915-1918 )
    Courage, Anthony ( 1914-1918 )
Courage, Godfrey Michell
    Courcy, John Arthur Gerald, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Courcy, Michael William Robert, in Mesopotamia and Mari, and was mentioned in despatches three times
    Court, Servais Fitz Walter Mar ( 1915-1918 ), where he was wounded twice
    Courtauld, Louis
    Courtauld-Thomson, Courtauld G, as a British Red Cross Commissioner, and was mentioned in despatches five times
    Courthope, George Loyd, 1st and, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Cousins, Noel Arthur Cavendish
    Coventry, Charles John, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Coventry, Charles William Gera
    Coventry, George St. John ( 1915-1916 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Coventry, George William, Visco, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Coventry, John Joseph, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Coventry, Leslie Corbet
    Coventry, Thomas George, with the Canadian Expeditionary Force
Coventry, William St. John, where he was mentioned in despatches
Cowie, Hugh Norman Ramsay
    Cowley, Anthony Beach, with the Colours, and was badly wounded
Cox, Ralph George Snead, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Cradock-Hartopp, Charles Willi, in France, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cradock-Hartopp, Louis Montagu, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cradock-Hartopp, Ronald Arthur
Cragg, John Francis
    Craig, James, 1st Viscount Crai
Cramer, Ulrich
Cramsie, Arthur Butler
    Cramsie, Robert Alexander
    Craske, John ( 1914-1915 )
    Craufurd, Archibald
    Craufurd, Robert Quentin, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Craufurd, Standish George Gage, where he was wounded three times
    Craven, Arthur Julius ( 1915-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Craven, Harold Evelyn Andrew ( 1914-1919 )
    Craven, Louis Bertrand
    Craven, Rupert Cecil ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded three times
    Craven, William George Bradley, where he was wounded
Crawley, Eustace
Crawley, Jack
    Crawley, John Lloyd, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Crawley, Thomas Henry Ouseley
    Crawley, William Asheton
    Crawley-Boevey, Charles Arthur ( 1914-1917 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
Crawley-Boevey, Edward Martin
    Crawley-Boevey, Leslie
    Crawley-Boevey, Martin, where he was mentioned in despatches
Crawley-Boevey, Thomas Russell
    Crawshay, Mervyn
    Creagh, Edward Philip Nagle
    Creagh, Peter Hubert
Creagh, William
Crellin, William Watson Anders
Cresswell, Francis Joseph
    Crewe, Charles Preston, in East Africa
Crichton, Alexander Godfrey
    Crichton, Arthur Owen, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Crichton, Brian Dodwell
    Crichton, Charles William Harr ( 1914 ), where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Crichton, Eric Cuthbert, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Crichton, George Arthur Charle
Crichton, Henry William, Viscou ( 1914 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
Crichton, Hubert Francis ( 1914 )
    Crichton, John Arthur
    Crichton, Reginald Louis
    Crichton, Richard Edward, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
Crichton-Stuart, Ninian Edward
    Cripps, Frederick Heyworth, 3rd, he was mentioned in despatches and wounded
    Cripps, Leonard Harrison, he was mentioned in depatches twice and wounded
    Critchett, George Montague, 2nd
    Critchley-Waring, Arthur Cunli
    Croasdaile, Lancelot
    Croasdaile, Richard Edward
    Croft, Henry Page, 1st Baron Cr, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Croft, Owen George Scudmore ( 1914-1918 )
    Croft, Richard Page ( 1914-1917 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Croft, William Denman, where he was mentioned in despatches ten times
    Crofton, Arthur Edward Lowther, where he was mentioned in despatches
Crofton, Charles Woodward
    Crofton, Cyril Randell ( 1914-1918 ), where he was wounded in 1915
Crofton, Edward Vivian Morgan
Crofton, Eric Blake
    Crofton, Malby ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches six times
    Crofton, Malby Richard Henry, 4, where he was mentioned in despatches twice, and was wounded four times
    Crofton, Morgan George, 6th Bt., in France, Italy and East Africa, and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Crofton, Philip Duke ( 1914-1918 )
    Crofton, Richard Cecil Milman
    Crofton, Roger, with Royal Artillery, and was mentioned in despatches twice
Crofton, Thomas Horsfall
    Croker, Crofton, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Croker, Edward James O'Brien
    Croker, George FitzGerald
    Croker, Reginald, with Royal Army Service Corps and RFC
    Croker, William Pennefather
Crone, David, with the Irish Guards
Crone, John, with the U.S. Army
    Crookshank, Harry Frederick Co ( 1914-1918 ), where he was wounded twice
    Cros, Philip Harvey, 2nd Bt.
    Crosbie, Douglas Edward
    Crosbie, Frank, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Crosbie, James Dayrolles
    Crosbie, John
    Crosbie, Pierse Leslie
    Crosbie, Walter McClellan, where he was wounded
Crossley, Brian
    Crozier, Baptist Barton
    Cruickshank, Ernest Victor Geo
    Cruickshank, William
Cruse, Stanley
    Cubitt, Charles Cyril, where he was wounded twice
Cubitt, Henry Archibald
Cubitt, William Hugh
    Cuckney, John Graham, Baron Cuc, with the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers and King's African Rifles
    Cullen, Hugh, where he was wounded
    Culme-Seymour, Arthur Granvill, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Culme-Seymour, Evelyn
Culme-Seymour, George
    Culme-Seymour, John Wentworth
    Culme-Seymour, Michael, 4th Bt.
    Cummins, Arthur Aylmer
    Cummins, Charles Warren, in London Scottish, 14th London Regiment
    Cummins, Ernest Jackson, where he was mentioned in despatches
Cummins, Fenton King, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cummins, Harry Ashley Vane
Cummins, Harry Jackson
    Cummins, Henry Alfred, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cummins, Nicholas Marshall
    Cummins, Robert Constable, as Pathologist 60th General Hospital, Salonika
    Cummins, William Ashley
    Cunard, Victor ( 1916-1919 )
Cuningham, James Campbell, with the Royal Flying Corps
    Cuningham, John Henry ( 1916-1919 )
    Cuninghame, Boyd Alexander
    Cuninghame, Francis George Gle, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cunliffe, Brooke Foster Gordon
Cunliffe, Foster Hugh Egerton,
    Cunliffe, Frederick Hugh Gordo, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Cunliffe, John Brooke
Cunliffe, Robert Ellis
    Cunliffe, Rolf, 2nd Baron Cunli ( 1917-1919 ), with the Royal Naval Air Service and Royal Air Force, and was mentioned in despatches
    Cunliffe, William Lockhart ( 1918 ), with the Grenadier Guards
    Cunningham, Andrew Browne, 1st ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cunningham-Reid, Alec Stratfor, with teh Royal Engineers and Royal Flying Corps
    Cunynghame, David Hardinge ( 1915-1919 ), where he was wounded
    Cunynghame, Francis James de M ( 1914-1916 )
    Cuppage, Burke
    Currie, Disney Rivers, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Currie, Frederick Rivers
    Currie, Ryves Alexander Mark, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Currie, Walter Mordaunt Cyril, ( 1915-1916 ), with the Royal Army Ordnance Corps
    Curtis, Arthur Drury ( 1914-1918 )
    Curtis, Arthur Evelyn Scott, with Royal Engineers Signals in BEF
    Curtis, Arthur Evelyn Scott ( 1914-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Curtis, Berwick, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Curtis, Edgar Francis Egerton, ( 1916-1917 ), in Egypt and Palestine
    Curtis, Edward George ( 1914-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches six times
Curtis, Jocelyn Stewart
    Curtis, Philip Pinckney ( 1914-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Curtis, Spencer Carey, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Curtis, Timothy Herbert Willia ( 1914-1915 )
    Curzon, Chambré George William, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Curzon, FitzRoy Edmund Penn
    Curzon, Francis Richard Henry
    Curzon, Richard Nathaniel, 2nd
    Curzon-Howe, Leicester Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Curzon-Howe-Herrick, Assheton
    Cusack, Henry Vernon
    Cusack, Reginald Ernest
    Cust, Adelbert Salusbury Cocka
    Cust, Lionel George Arthur, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cust, Peregrine Francis Adelbe
    Cust, Robert Henry Hobart, in the Y.M.C.A.
Cuthbert, James Harold
D'Arcy, François
    D'Arcy, Isidore Joseph
    D'Arcy, James
    D'Arcy, John Conyers, where he was wounded twice
D'Arcy, Lionel George, with the Royal Flying Corps
    D'Arcy, Richard
    D'Arcy, Samuel Hollis Alfred
    D'Arcy, Thomas Norman
    D'Arcy-Evans, Elystan Eyre Cec, in Egypt
D'Arcy-Irvine, Charles William
    D'Oyly, Henry Ralph Neville
    D'Oyly, John Rochfort, 13th Bt.
    D'Oyly, Warren Hastings
    Dalrymple-Hamilton, Frederick
    Dalrymple-Hay, Brian George Ro
    Dalrymple-Hay, Charles Stewart, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Dalrymple-Hay, Christopher Mon, with submarines and anti-submarines, and was mentioned in despatches
    Dalrymple-Hay, James Erroll, where he was wounded
    Dalrymple-Hay, James Reginald
    Dalrymple-Hay, John Charles Ho, with the Australian Imperial Forces
    Dalrymple-Hay, Kenneth Houston
    Dalrymple-Hay, Stair Francis B, where he was mentioned in desptaches
    Dalrymple-White, Godfrey Dalry, and was mentioned in despatches three times
    Dalton, Edward Hugh John Neale ( 1914-1918 ), serving in France and Italy
    Daly, Albert Peter Vincent, with the Connaught Rangers, Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force
    Daly, Arthur Crawford, where he was mentioned in despatches seven times, and was gassed
    Daly, Denis William
    Daly, George Dermot
    Daly, Victor Alexander Henry
Daly, William Cecil
    Dalzell, Arthur Edward, 13th Ea, raising the 12th Service Battalion, Cheshire Regiment
    Dalzell, Robert Manuel
    Dames-Longworth, Travers Rober
    Dampier, Cecil Frederick
    Dane, James Auchinleck, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Dane, Victor Louis Yate
    Daniell, Frank William, and was mentioned in despatches
Daniell, George Blackburne
    Daniell, Henry Edmund Blackbur, with Durham Light Infantry and Royal Engineers
    Daniell, William Arthur Blackb, at Gallipoli
    Darby, Arthur John Lovett
    Darby, Horatio Gordon O'Carrol
    Darell, Guy Marsland, where he was wounded twice, and was mentioned in despatches four times
    Darell, Harry Francis, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Darell, Lionel Edward Hamilton ( 1914-1917 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Darell, William Harry Verelst, where he was mentioned in despatches five times
    Darling, John Clive, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Darling, Ralph Reginald Auchin
    Darroch, Duncan, 6th of Gourock, in Gallipoli and Sinai
    Darroch, Duncan, 7th of Gourock
    Darvall, Lawrence
Dashwood, Claude Burrard Lewes
    Dashwood, Edmund William
Dashwood, Ernest George
    Dashwood, John Lindsay, 10th Bt
Dashwood, Lionel Albert
Dashwood, Robert Henry Lindsay
    Dashwood, Robert Henry Seymour, where he was mentioned in despatches twice and was wounded twice
    Dashwood, Sidney Lewes, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Dashwood, Vere Edmund Crofts, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Dashwood, Wilfred James
Davidson, Donald Alastair Lesl
Davies, George Llewelyn
    Davies-Cooke, Philip Ralph
    Davis-Goff, Herbert William, 2n ( 1914-1916 )
    Davson, Harry Miller, where he was mentioned in despatches six times
Davson, Thomas Gordon
    Dawnay, Alan Geoffrey Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches eight times
    Dawnay, Cuthbert Henry
    Dawnay, Eric Geoffrey, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Dawnay, Faith
    Dawnay, Guy Payan, where he was mentioned in despatches eleven times
    Dawnay, Hugh
    Dawnay, John, 9th Viscount Down
    Dawson, Arthur Trevor, 1st Bt.
    Dawson, Bertrand Edward, 1st an, where he was mentioed in despatches
Dawson, Erskine William Dougla
Dawson, Richard Long
Dawson, Stephen Leonard
Dawson-Damer, George Seymour
    Dawson-Damer, Lionel George He
    Deacon, John Nissen ( 1914 )
    Deane, Matthew FitzMaurice Til
    Dease, Ernest Joseph
Dease, Maurice James
    Dease, Richard Edmund Antony, with the South Irish Horse
    Dease, William Gerald
    Deasy, Henry Hugh Peter
    Deedes, Charles Parker ( 1914-1918 ), and was mentioned in despatches six times
Deedes, Herbert Philip
    Delamer, William Percy, with the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force
    Delmege, Carfrae Hamilton, where he was wounded
Delmege, Eyre Bolton Massy
    Delmege, Hugh Jocelyn
Delmege, James O'Grady
    Delmege, John Christopher Roys, where he was wounded and became a POW (1917)
    Dening, Douglas Montgomery
    Dening, Esler Maberley ( 1915-1919 ), with the Australian Imperial Forces, in Egypt and France
    Dening, Roland ( 1914-1918 ), in France, Palestine and Syria
    Denison, Conyngham Charles, 7th, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Denison, Edward Conyngham
    Denison, Ernest William, 6th Ba
Denison, Gerald Evelyn Henry
    Denison, Hugo William Cecil, 4t ( 1914-1918 ), where he was wounded three times
    Denison-Pender, Henry Denison, and was mentioned in despatches
    Denison-Pender, John Cuthbert,
Denman, Richard Charles
    Denman, Richard Douglas, 1st Bt
Denman, Roderick Peter George, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Denman, Thomas, 3rd Baron Denma
    Denning, Alfred Thomas, Baron D, in France with the Royal Engineers
Denning, John Edward Newdigate
Dennis, Cecil
    Dennis, Meade Edward
    Dennis, Meade James Crosbie
    Denny, Arthur de Courcy MacGil
    Denny, Henry Allen Maynard, where he was wounded
    Denny, Richard Brougham ( 1915 ), where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Denny, Robert Edmund Barry
    Denny, Thomas Hamilton
Dering, Rupert Cholmeley Yea
Devereux, Edmund Bourchier
    Devereux, Geoffrey de Bohun, where he was mentioned in despatches
Devereux, Humphrey William
    Devereux, Robert Godfrey de Bo, where he was wounded
    Devereux, Robert de Bohun, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Dewar, Albemarle Willoughby Da
    Dewar, David Deas ( 1915 ), with 23rd (Sportsman's) Battalion, Royal Fusiliers in France
    Dewar, David Erskine, as Assistant Adjutant-General
    Dewar, Hubert Stephen Lowry
    Dewar, John Arthur
    Dewar, John, 2nd Baron Fortevio, with the Scottish Horse
    Dewar, Matthew James Manuia, where he was wounded in 1916
    Dewey, Hugh Grahame, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Dewey, Norman Strafford
    Dewey, Stanley Daws, 2nd Bt.
    Dewey, Thomas Lewis
    Dick-Cunyngham, George Alastai ( 1914-1918 )
    Dick-Cunyngham, James Keith, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Dick-Cunyngham, William Stewar, in France, Salonika and Italy, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Dick-Lauder, John North Dalrym, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Dickinson, Richard Sebastion W ( 1915-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Dickson, Barrington Blomfield
    Digby, Arthur Kenelm, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Digby, Edward Kenelm, 11th Baro, where he was mentioned in despatches twice and was wounded twice
Digby, John Kenelm
Digby, Lionel Kenelm
    Digby, Thomas Hankinson, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Digby-Johnson, Eric, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Diggle, Neston William
    Dill, John Frederick Gordon
    Dill, John Greer
    Dill, John Martin Gordon, where he was wounded
Dill, John Rowe
Dill, Richard Marcus Gordon
    Dill, Richard Moore Colquhoun, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Dill, Richard Wale Gordon, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Dill, Robert Foster
    Dill, Victor Robert Colquhoun, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Dillon, Eric FitzGerald, 19th V, where he was mentioned in despatches seven times
    Dillon, Henry Mountifort ( 1914 )
    Dillon, Luke Gerald, where he was mentioned in despatches
Dillwyn-Venables-Llewelyn, Joh
Ditmas, Thomas Owen Bulteel
Dix, Stephen Hamilton
    Dixon, Herbert, 1st Baron Glent, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Dixon, Noel Wilbraham, in submarines
    Dobbin, Graham Leonard
    Dobbin, John Henry Brooke
    Dobbin, John Robson
    Dobbin, John Vernon, with 1st Australian Light Horse
    Dobbin, Leonard
    Dobbs, Arthur Frederick, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Dobbs, Cathcart Eric Stewart
    Dobbs, Charles Fairlie, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Dobbs, Conway Edward
    Dobbs, Conway Richard
Dobbs, Hugh Cathcart
    Dobbs, Nithsdale Conway
    Dobbs, Richard Conway, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Dobbs, Whiteford Stewart, where he ost an arm
Dobbs, William Cary
Doblhoff, Franz
Dodgshon, Angus John Charles
    Dolmage, James Anthony, with Royal Army Medical Corps
    Domvile, Archibald Compton Win
    Domvile, Barry Edward
    Domvile, Charles Barry, with 5th Battalion, Royal Munster Fusiliers (and was invalided out)
    Don-Wauchope, Patrick George, o, in teh Royal Field Artillery, and was wounded
Donaldson, Denis
    Donaldson, Hay Frederick
    Donovan, Terence Norbert, Baron ( 1917-1919 ), in France with the Bedfordshire Regiment, and with the Royal Air Force
Dooner, Graham
Dorman, Edward Crump
    Dorman, Edward Mungo, with 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards
Dorman, Thomas Robert Hobart
Dorman, Thomas Stephen Lewis
    Dormer, Edward Henry
    Dormer, Kenelm Everard, where he was wounded
    Dormer, Robert Stanhope, where he was wounded
Dornberg, Elimar
    Dorrien Smith, Arthur Algernon ( 1914-1918 )
    Dorrien-Smith, Edward Pendarve ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded in 1915
    Douglas, Archibald Roderick Sh
    Douglas, Archibald Sholto Geor, he was mentioned in despatches
    Douglas, Archibald Stair Monta ( 1915-1916 ), where he was wounded
    Douglas, Archibald William
Douglas, Bruce Francis Sholto
    Douglas, Cecil Charles, where he was wounded
    Douglas, Charles William Sholt
    Douglas, Edward Montagu, where he became a POW
    Douglas, Edward Percy, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Douglas, Francis Archibald Kel, where he was wounded twice
    Douglas, Henry Archibald
    Douglas, John Sholto, with the British Expeditionary Force
    Douglas, Ronald John Sholto
    Douglas, Sholto Courtenay Mack ( 1914-1918 )
    Douglas, William Charles, 5th o
    Douglas, William Sholto
    Douglas, William Sholto, 1st an ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Douglas-Hamilton, Angus Falcon ( 1914-1915 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Douglas-Hamilton, Herbert Eust ( 1914-1918 )
    Douglas-Hamilton, James Angus ( 1914-1918 )
    Douglas-Hamilton, Kenneth Aubr ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Douglas-Hamilton, Lesley Regin ( 1914-1916 )
    Douglas-Home, Charles Cospatri, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Douglas-Irvine, Walter Francis, where he was wounded
Douglas-Pennant, Alan George S
    Douglas-Pennant, Archibald
    Douglas-Pennant, Charles
    Douglas-Pennant, Cyril Eustace, he was mentioned in despatches
    Douglas-Pennant, Frank, 5th Bar
    Douglas-Pennant, George Henry, he was mentioned in depatches
    Douglas-Pennant, Hugh Napier, 4, he was awarded the 1914-1915 star and two medals
    Dowding, Charles Stanley
    Dowding, Hugh Caswall Tremenhe, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Dowding, Kenneth Townley
    Downton, Arthur Murray
    Downton, Geoffrey Murray, he was mentioned in despatches
    Doyne, Robert Harry
    Drake, Francis Collingwood
    Drake, John Hughes ( 1914-1919 ), serving in Egypt and France, and was mentioned in despatches three times
Drake, Robert Flint
Draper, Mark Denman
Drew, Adrian
    Dring, Robert Harding
    Drummond, Cyril Augustus
Drummond, David Robert
    Drummond, Francis William
    Drummond, Frederick Boyd Henea, where he was wounded
    Drummond, Frederick Hervey Joh, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
Drummond, Frederick John
    Drummond, Geoffrey Heneage, V.C, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
Drummond, Harvey Gerald Burns, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Drummond, Henry Murray
    Drummond, John Ian Edward
    Drummond, Josceline Heneage, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Drummond, Laurence George, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Drummond, Lindsay, with the Royal Scots Guards
    Drummond, Malcolm David George, in Dardenelles and Salonika, where he was wounded
    Drummond, Maldwin
    Drummond, Maurice Charles Andr, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches five times
    Drummond, Maurice John Heneage, where he was wounded
    Drummond, Mortimer Percy Georg, where he was mentioned in despatches
Drummond, Nigel Felton
Drummond, Robert Charles Crosb
    Drummond, Spencer Heneage
    Drummond-Hay, Claude Francis, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Drummond-Hay, Eric
    Drummond-Hay, Geoffrey Francis
    Drummond-Hay, Harold Sandford, with the Canadian Expeditionary Forces
    Drummond-Hay, John Tudor, with 78th Canadian Highlanders
Drummond-Hay, Leonard Vivian, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Drummond-Hay, Robert Augustin
    Drury-Lowe, William Drury
Drysdale, William
Duberly, Grey William
    Duckworth, Francis Robinson Gl, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Duckworth-King, George Henry J ( 1914-1918 ), where he was wounded
    Dudgeon, Joseph Hume ( 1914-1918 )
Duff Gordon, Cosmo Lewis
    Duff Gordon, Douglas Frederick
    Duff, Alan Colquhoun
Duff, Beauchamp Patrick
    Duff, Granville John Berney
    Duff, Ian Archibald James
Duff, Joseph Tiopira
Duff, Martin Rangiamohia
Duff, Robert George Vivian, 2nd
    Duff-Dunbar, Kenneth James
    Duff-Sutherland Dunbar, George, with the War Office, in France and the Indian Frontier
    Dugan, Winston Joseph, 1st and ( 1914-1918 ), where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches six times
    Dugdale, Thomas Lionel, 1st Bar ( 1917-1918 )
    Duke, Edward, 2nd Baron Merriva
Dumbleton, Douglas Horatio
    Dunbar, Adrian Ivor, of Mochrum, with the Australian Imperial Forces
Dunbar, Arbuthnott John
    Dunbar, Archibald Edward, of No, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Dunbar, George Alexander Drumm, in German South-West Africa and France
    Dunbar, James Brander, with West African Forces in Sierra Leone
    Dunbar, Richard John Victor Mi, where he was twice wounded
    Dunbar, William Henry George, o
Dunbar-Dunbar-Rivers, Evelyn
    Dunbar-Nasmith, Martin Eric, V., where he was mentioned in despatches
Duncombe, Charles William Regi
    Duncombe-Anderson, Wilfred Art, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Dundas, Cecil Henry
    Dundas, David George Minden
    Dundas, Frederick Charles
    Dundas, Geoffrey William Seymo, where he was wounded
    Dundas, George Heneage Lawrenc, and was mentioned in despatches
    Dundas, Harold Victor
Dundas, James Robert Duncan
    Dundas, John George Lawrence
Dundas, Richard Charles
    Dunn, John Hubert
    Dunnington-Jefferson, John Ale, where he was mentioned in despatches six times
Dunnington-Jefferson, Wilfrid
Dunsterville, Graham Eardley
    Duntze, George Puxley, 5th Bt., with the South African Brigade and Devon Regiment
Dunville, John Spencer, V.C.
    Dupree, Eric, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Dupree, James
    Dupree, Vernon, 3rd Bt., where he was wounded
    Dupree, Victor, 4th Bt., where he was wounded and became a POW
    Dupree, William, 2nd Bt.
    Durand, Alan Algernon Marion, 3, where he was mentioned in despatches twice and was wounded twice
    Durand, Edward Percy Marion, 2n, in Mesopotamia
    Durand, Henry Marion, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Durand, Mortimer Henry Marion
Durand, Reginald Heber Marion
Duval, Maurice Raoul
    Dyer, Benjamin Archibald, where he was wounded
    Dyer, Frederick Thomas Swinner
Dyer, John Swinnerton, 12th Bt., where he was wounded, and was mentioned in despatches
    Dyer, Leonard Schroeder Swinne
    Dyer, Leonard Whitworth Swinne
    Dyer-Bennet, Richard Stewart, where he was wounded twice
Dyott, Kenelm Mitchell
    Dyson, George St. John Armitag
    Eardley-Wilmot, Arthur, where he was wounded
    Eardley-Wilmot, Ernest Lancelo ( 1917-1918 ), with the New Zealand Expeditionary Force, and was wounded
Eardley-Wilmot, Frederick Lawr
Eardley-Wilmot, Gerald Howard
    Eardley-Wilmot, Guy
    Eardley-Wilmot, John, 4th Bt. ( 1914 ), where he was wounded
Eardley-Wilmot, Theodore E.
    Eardley-Wilmot, Trevor, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Eardley-Wilmot, Vere Levinge
    Earle, Eric Greville, where he was mentioned in despatches four times and wounded twice
    Earle, Guy Fife, where he was wounded
    Earle, Henry, 3rd Bt. ( 1914-1916 )
    Earle, John Wilfrid, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Earle, Thomas Algernon, 4th Bt.
Eccles, John Denison
Echlin, Richard Brabazon Moore
    Eden, Algernon Graham
    Eden, Ashley Morland
    Eden, Francis Robert, 6th Baron, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Eden, Geoffrey Morton, 7th Baro, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Eden, Henry Charles Hamilton
Eden, John
    Eden, Schomberg Henley, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Eden, Terence, 8th Baron Auckla, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Eden, Timothy Calvert, 6th/8th, where he became a POW
    Eden, Ursula, where she was mentioned in despatches
Eden, William Alfred Morton
Edghill, Ashley Gay
Edlmann, Ernest Elliot
    Edmondson, Albert James, 1st Ba
    Edmondstoune-Cranstoun, Charle, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Edmondstoune-Cranstoun, George, with the Lanarkshire Yeomanry and Royal Tank Corps
    Edmonstone, Archibald Charles,
    Edmonstone, Edward St. John
Edmonstone, William George
Edwardes, Cecil
    Edwardes, George Henry
    Edwardes, Hugh, 6th Baron Kensi, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Edwardes, Owen
    Edwardes, Richard, he was mentioned in despatches
Edwardes, Thomas
Edwards, Donald William
Edwards, Geoffrey Otho Charles
Edwards, Robert Amor
    Edwards, William Armine
Edwards, William Francis Bouch
Egerton, Arthur George Edward
Egerton, Arthur Oswald
Egerton, Brian Raleigh
Egerton, Charles Caledon, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Egerton, Edward Brassey
Egerton, George Algernon
    Egerton, James Boswell
Egerton, John George
Egerton, Louis Edwin William
Egerton, Philip Graham
    Egerton, Philip Marjoribanks, with the U.S. Navy Air Force
    Egerton, Raleigh Gilbert
Egerton, Robert, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Egerton, Robert Randle
    Egerton, Thomas Graham
    Egerton, Wilfrid Allen, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Egerton, William Graham, with the U.S. Air Force
    Egerton, William Markham le Cl, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded twice
Egerton, Wion de Malpas, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Egerton-Warburton, Cecil Edwar, with the Australian Imperial Forces
    Egerton-Warburton, Cecil Willi
    Egerton-Warburton, Geoffrey, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Egerton-Warburton, John
    Egerton-Warburton, Philip Augu, with the Australian Imperial Forces
Egerton-Warburton, Piers, with the Australian Imperial Forces
    Egerton-Warburton, Piers Edwar, in Palestine
    Egerton-Warburton, Rowland, with the Australian Imperial Forces
    Egerton-Warburton, Wilbraham
    Eliot, Arthur Ernest Henry ( 1914 )
    Eliot, John Granville Cornwall, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Eliott, Charles Francis, where he was twice wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Eliott, Francis Augustus Heath, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Eliott, Francis Ferguson, with the Australian Artillery
    Eliott, Heathfield George Henr, with South African Artillery
Eliott, Hugh Russell
    Eliott-Drake-Colborne, John Re, at Menos, Alexandria and Salonica
    Ellershaw, Arthur
Ellershaw, Wilfred
Ellice, Alexander
Ellice, Andrew Robert
    Elliot, Alban Charles, and was mentioned in despatches
    Elliot, Archibald Campbell, in the Bihar Light Horse
    Elliot, Charles Amyand Alexand, and was mentioned in despatches
Elliot, Dudley Sinclair
    Elliot, Edward Halhead Hugh, and was mentioned in despatches
    Elliot, Gilbert Augustus
    Elliot, Hugh
Elliot, Hugh
Elliot, John Amyand
    Elliot, Ninian Lewis, in the Bihar Light Horse
Elliot, William Alexander
Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, Gavi
    Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, Hube
    Ellis, Arthur Evelyn Paul, where he was severely wounded
Ellis, Francis Bervis
    Ellis, Gerald Montagu Augustus, where he was wounded twice
    Ellis, Henry Guysulf Bertram
    Ellis, Humphrey Cadogan
    Ellis, Roland Arthur, where he was severely wounded
Elmhirst, Ernest Christopher
Elmhirst, William
    Elphinstone, Alexander Logie, o ( 1914-1915 )
Elphinstone, Arthur Percy Arch
    Elphinstone, Howard Graham, 4th ( 1917 )
    Elphinstone, William Graham, in France and Egypt
    Elphinstone-Dalrymple, Francis ( 1914-1918 ), in France, Gallipoli and Palestine, and was mentioned in despatches
    Elton, George Kenward
    Elton, Godfrey, 1st Baron Elton, at Siege of Kut-el-Amara where he was wounded and POW in Turkey, 1916–18
Elton, Gordon Daubeny Gresley, he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Elton, Henry Brown
Elwes, Wilfred Gervase
    Emmet, James Albert Garland
    Emmet, Robert
Emond, Frederick Montgomery
Erbach-Fürstenau, Adolf Kraft
    Erroll, George Murison
    Erskine, Arthur Edward ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
Erskine, Fenton Augustus, and was mentioned in despatches
    Erskine, Francis Walter
Erskine, Henry David
    Erskine, Ian David
    Erskine, James Francis
    Erskine, John Francis Ashley, L
    Erskine, John Steuart, in the 4th Battalion, King’s Own Regiment
    Erskine, Montagu, 6th Baron Ers
    Erskine, Ronald Douglas Stuart
    Erskine, Seymour Elphinstone
    Erskine, Thomas Harry, in France
Erskine, Walter Augustus, and was mentioned in despatches
    Erskine-Hill, Alexander Gallow
    Erskine-Murray, Arthur, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Erskine-Murray, Robert Alan, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Erskine-Wemyss, Rosslyn Erskin, including the Gallipoli landings
    Esdaile, Percy Charles, where he was injured twice and gassed
Esmonde, Geoffrey
    Esmonde, John Lymbrick, 14th Bt ( 1915-1918 )
    Esmonde, Laurence Grattan, 13th, where he was mentioned in despatches
Etchegoyen, Louis
    Eustace, Alexander Henry, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Eustace, Frank Rowland
    Eustace, Hardy Theodore
    Eustace, Henry Montague, where he was wounded
    Eustace, John Bridges, with the Ministry of Munitions
    Eustace, John Patrick Leonard, with South African Infantry
Eustace, Thomas George
    Eustace, Wallace George, with the Royal Army Medical Corps
    Evans, Andrew, with the 34th and 36th Battalions
    Evans, Charles Henry, with the 6th Australian Light Horse
    Evans, Charles Henry Cook, with the New Zealand Expeditionary Force
    Evans, Charles Medley, with the 4th Battalion, 61st Battalion, and 62nd Battalion
    Evans, Edward Ratcliffe Garth, where he was mentioned in despatches
Evans, George Edward, with the New Zealand Expeditionary Force
Evans, James
Evans, John Arthur, with the New Zealand Expeditionary Force
Evans-Freke, Percy Cecil
    Evans-Freke, Ralfe, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Eveleigh-de Moleyns, Arthur Fr, where he was wounded
    Evelyn, John Harcourt Chichest, where he was seriously wounded
    Evershed, Francis Raymond, 1st
    Every, Oswald
Every-Clayton, George Ernest W
    Every-Clayton, John Oswald, where he was torpedoed
Ewart, Cecil Frederick Kelso
Exshaw, Arthur
Exshaw, Edward Halliday, with Canadian Highlanders
    Exshaw, George
    Exshaw, Noel Thomas Sandford, with Royal Army Service Corps
    Exshaw, Richard, with French Artillery
    Exshaw, Roland Lynar
    Exshaw, Ronald Henry, with Coldstream Guards
    Eyre, Annesley Sylvester, with South African Medical Corps
    Eyre, Cyril James, with 2nd South African Infantry
Eyre, Lewis Godfrey
    Eyre, Richard John
    Eyre, Vincent Thomas Joseph
    Fagan, Arthur William, in the Indian Army
    Fagan, Brian Walter, where he was mentioned in despatches twice and was wounded twice
    Fagan, Christopher Frederick F, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Fagan, Christopher George Forb, where he was mnetioned in despatches
    Fagan, Edward Arthur, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Fagan, Francis William Feltrim
    Fagan, Louis Estell, Jr.
Fagan, Niel
    Fagan, Richard Feltrim
    Fagan, Richard William Feltrim
    Fagan, Thomas Ellwood Zell
    Fairbairn, Aubrey John Murray, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Fairbairn, James Valentine ( 1916-1917 ), when he was shot down and became a POW
    Fairfax, Bryan Charles
    Fairfax, John Carlyle ( 1918-1919 ), in France
    Fairlie-Cuninghame, Hussey Bur ( 1916-1918 )
    Fairlie-Cuninghame, William Al
    Falaise, Henri, Marquis de la F
    Falle, Bertram Godfrey, 1st and
    Fane de Salis, Anthony
Fane de Salis, Charles Eric Fa
Fane de Salis, George Rodolph
Fane de Salis, Jerome Joseph
    Fane de Salis, John Peter
Fane de Salis, John Peter Fabi
    Fane de Salis, Rodolph Henry, and he was mentioned in despatches
    Fane de Salis, Sydney Charles ( 1914-1919 )
    Fane de Salis, William
    Fane, Anthony Mildmay Julian, 1
    Fane, Arthur George Cecil, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Fane, Aubrey Francis Sydney
    Fane, Frederick Luther, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Fane, Gerard William Reginald, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Fane, Henry William Newman ( 1915-1919 )
Fane, Horatio Alfred
Fane, Octavious Edward, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Fane, Robert Gerald
    Fane, Vere Anthony Francis St.
Farmer, Charles George Edgar
    Farquhar, Arthur Ronald, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Farquhar, FitzRoy James Wilber, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Farquhar, Francis Douglas
    Farquhar, Harold Lister, where he was wounded
Farquhar, Rupert, where he was mentioned in despatches
Farquhar, Walter Randolph Fitz, in Gallipoli, Egypt and France
Farquhar, unknown son
    Farquharson, Alexander Haldane ( 1915-1918 ), in France
    Farrar, Thomas Innis, in France and Mesopotamia
Farrar, Valentine Anstruther
    Farrar, Walter Frederick
    Farwell, George Wells
    Fayrer, Frederick Durand Stirl
    Fayrer, Joseph Herbert Spens, 3
Fayrer, Joseph Steward
    Fayrer, Joseph, 2nd Bt.
    Feilden, Edward Leyland Cooke
    Feilden, Rodolph
    Feilding, Francis Henry Everar, with the Intelligence Staff in Egypt and Palestine
    Feilding, Geoffrey Percy Thynn, where he was mentioned in despatches seven times
Feilding, Henry Simon
    Feilding, Hugh Cecil Robert
    Feilding, Rowland Charles, and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Feilding, Rudolph Edmund Aloys, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Feilding, Rudolph Robert Basil
    Fell, James Pemberton
Fellowes, Basil Hamilton Abdy
    Fellowes, Carol Arthur, 4th Bar
    Fellowes, Coulson Churchill
    Fellowes, Eric William Edward, , in the North Sea
Fellowes, Hedworth George Ailw
Fellowes, Ronald Townshend, 2nd ( 1914-1918 ), where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches five times
    Fenwick, Montagu John
Fenwick, unknown son
    Ferguson Davie, Arthur Francis
    Ferguson Davie, Charles Franci
    Ferguson, Donald Harry, with the Indian Army Cavalry and Machine Gun Corps
    Ferguson, Gerald William, with the Royal Flying Corps
    Ferguson, Roland Edward Stuart, with the Royal Naval Air Service and Royal Air Force
Ferguson, Victor John
    Fergusson, Charles, of Kilkerra, where he was mentioned in despatches seven times
    Fergusson, James Andrew
    Fergusson-Buchanan, George Jam
    Ferranti, Vincent Ziani
    Fetherston-Godley, Francis Wil
    Fetherstonhaugh, Alfred Hardin
    Fetherstonhaugh, Ashley Elliot
    Fetherstonhaugh, Edwyn
Fetherstonhaugh, Gerald Ernest
    Fetherstonhaugh, James Edward
Fetherstonhaugh, John Lennox
    Fetherstonhaugh, Lewis Holmes, with the Royal Army Serivce Corps
    Fetherstonhaugh, Rupert Howard, where he became a POW
    Field, Marshall, III, with the 122nd Field Artillery, U.S Army
    Field-Marsham, Charles George
    Fielding, Allen
Fielding, George Rudolf
Fiennes-Clinton, Edward Henry, with51st Battalion, Australian Infantry, Australian Imperial Force
    Finch, William Robert Edward H, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Finch-Knightley, Charles Danie, where he was wounded
    Findlater, Alexander ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
Findlater, Charles, with Royal Dublin Fusiliers
Findlater, Herbert Snowden, with 7th Royal Dublin Fusiliers
    Findlater, James Ronald
Findlater, Percival St. George
    Firestone, Harvey Samuel, Jr., as a naval aviator
    Fisher, Edmund Montagu Prinsep
    Fisher, Edwin
Fisher, George Kenneth Thompso
    Fisher, Julian Lawrence ( 1914-1915 ), where he was wounded
    Fison, Francis Geoffrey, 2nd Bt, where he was wounded
Fison, Laurimer
    Fison, William Guy, 3rd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
Fitton, Hugh Gregory
Fitz-Clarence, Augustus Arthur
    Fitz-Clarence, Charles, V.C.
    Fitz-Clarence, Harold Edward, where he was mentioned in despatches
FitzGeorge-Hamilton, George Ed
    FitzGerald, Arthur Henry Brins
    FitzGerald, Brinsley John Hami, as Private Secretary on the personal staff of the Commander-in-Chief
    FitzGerald, Dermot
FitzGerald, Desmond, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded twice
    FitzGerald, Dudley Francis Nor
    FitzGerald, Edward, 7th Duke of, where he was wounded
    FitzGerald, George Frederick
FitzGerald, Gerald Hugh
    FitzGerald, Gerald Milnes ( 1914-1918 )
FitzGerald, Gerald Thomas
    FitzGerald, James Brinsley Pet, where he was mentioned in despatches
    FitzGerald, John Peter Gerald, where he was mentioned in despatches
    FitzGerald, John Sidney North, where he was mentioned in despatches
FitzGerald, Maurice Robert
    FitzGerald, Percy Desmond, where he was mentioned in despatches
    FitzGerald, Peter Francis, where he was mentioned in despatches four times, and was wounded again
    FitzGerald, Peter John
    FitzGerald, Robert Brinsley
    FitzHerbert, Arthur Geoffrey M
FitzHerbert, Arthur Richard
    FitzHerbert, Cecil Henry, with the Royal Naval Air Service
    FitzHerbert, Norman
FitzHerbert-Brockholes, Roger
FitzHerbert-Brockholes, Thomas
FitzHugh, Godfrey
FitzMaurice, Archibald Hamilto
FitzMaurice, Cecil Hamilton Ki
    FitzMaurice, Edmond Walter, 7th
    FitzMaurice, Llewellyn O'Bryen
    FitzRoy Newdegate, John Mauric
FitzRoy, Edward Henry
    FitzRoy, Victor Robert Charles
    FitzRoy, William Henry Alfred, , where he was wounded
    Fitzalan-Howard, Bernard Edwar
    Fitzalan-Howard, Henry Edmund, ( 1914-1916 ), where he was wounded
Fitzalan-Howard, Philip Granvi
    Fitzgerald, Cecil Henry, with 72nd Seaforth Highlanders
Fitzgerald-Moore, Brian Ponson
Fitzgibbon, Brian Normanby
    Fitzgibbon, Gerald Ernest Geor ( 1914-1919 )
Fitzherbert, Anthony Decimus
    Fitzherbert, Arnold Vesey
    Fitzherbert, Eden, in Army
    Fitzherbert, Evelyn C. W.
    Fitzmaurice, Desmond FitzJohn, where he was mentioned in despatches
Fitzmaurice, Harman Samuel
    Fitzmaurice, Henry Godfrey, where he was wounded
    Fitzmaurice, James Gerald, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Fitzmaurice, John Desmond
Fitzmaurice, Maurice Alexander, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Fitzmaurice, Maurice Swynfen
    Fitzmaurice, Raymond
    Fitzmaurice, Robert, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Fitzmaurice, Wilfred Haughton
    Fitzroy, Harold Charles Cavend, with the Military Provost Staff Corps
Fitzroy, Michael Algernon
    Fitzroy, Robert Oliver, 2nd Vis
Flashman, James Ironside
    Fleetwood-Hesketh, Charles Hes ( 1914-1917 )
    Fleming, Alexander, in the Royal Army Medical Corps
    Fleming, Frank Thomas, 10th Bt., with the New Zealand Expeditionary Force
Fleming, Valentine
    Fleming, William Kelland, with New Zealand Rifles
    Fletcher, Reginald Thomas Herb ( 1914-1918 )
    Fletcher, Walter John
    Fletcher-Vane, Francis Patrick ( 1914-1918 )
    Flint, Eric Charles Montagu, in Gallipoli and Palestine
    Floyd, Arthur Bowen, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Floyd, Henry Robert Kincaid, 5t ( 1918 )
    Floyd, James Francis Murray
    Floyd, Sandford
    Floyer-Acland, Arthur Nugent, where he was mentioned in despatches seven times
    Fock, Bernard Lorenzo
    Fock, Henry Edward William, 5th
    Fock, John Henry Edward, 6th Ba, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Foley, Frank Wigram, where he was severely wounded
    Foley, Guy Francis, where he was wounded
Foley, Thomas Algernon FitzGer
    Foljambe, Bertram Marmaduke Os, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Foljambe, Gerald William Frede
Foljambe, Hubert Francis Fitzw
Foljambe, Josceline Charles Wi
Follett, Gilbert Burrell Spenc
    Forbes Adam, Colin Gurden
    Forbes Adam, Ronald, 2nd Bt., in France and Italy, and was mentioned in despatches
    Forbes, Arthur George, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Forbes, Atholl Laurence Cunyng
    Forbes, Atholl Murray Hay, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Forbes, Bernard Arthur William, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Forbes, Bertram Aloysius, with the Egyptian Expeditionary Force, and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Forbes, Courtenay Fergus Ochon, in Mesopotamia
    Forbes, Donald Alexander, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Forbes, Duncan Alexander, where he was wounded
Forbes, Fergus George Arthur
    Forbes, George Francis Reginal
    Forbes, James Stewart
    Forbes, James Stuart, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Forbes, Malcolm Hay Ochoncar
    Forbes, Reginald Michael Norma, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Forbes, Ronald Ferdinande, where he was mentioned in despatches
Forbes, Spencer Dundas
    Forbes, William Balfour, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Forbes, William Robert Townsen, where he was wounded
    Forbes-Gordon, Arthur Dalrympl
    Forbes-Leith, Charles Rosedew, , where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Forbes-Sempill, Arthur Lionel, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Forbes-Sempill, William Franci
    Ford, Patrick Johnston, 1st Bt.
    Forestier-Walker, Edmond Alec, where he was mentioned in dispatches
    Forestier-Walker, Roland Stuar, where he was mentioned in despatches
Forrest, Charles Evelyn
Forster, Alfred Henry ( 1916-1919 )
    Forster, Henry William, 1st and
Forster, John
    Fort, Edward Dimond
    Fortescue, Charles Granville
    Fortescue, Denzil George, 6th E
    Fortescue, Francis Alexander, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Fortescue, Grenville
    Fortescue, Hugh William, 5th Ea, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded twice
    Fortescue, John Grenville, where he was wounded
    Forwood, Arthur Noel ( 1915-1917 )
    Forwood, Dudley Baines, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Forwood, Eric Baines
    Forwood, Talbot Brittain, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Foster, Thomas Saxby Gregory, 2 ( 1917-1919 )
    Fowke, Charles Arthur Freer, where he was wounded twice
    Fowke, Gustavus Henry Spencer, where he was wounded
    Fowke, Laurence Archdale, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Fowler, Bryan John
    Fowler, Cole Cortlandt
    Fowler, Edward Gardiner, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Fowler, Frank, with Royal Naval Air Service and Royal Flying Corps
    Fowler, George Glyn
    Fowler, John Sharman, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Fowler, Robert St. Leger
    Fowler, Willoughby Jones
Fox, Reginald Wilson
    Fox, Waldo Trench
    Fox-Strangways, Vivian, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Fox-Strangways, Walter Angelo, , with the Special Mediterranean Intelligence Bureau
Fraguier, Edmond
Fraguier, Xavier
Frampton, Leonard Henry ( 1914-1916 )
    Frampton, Percy Frederick
    Frampton, Ulysses Raymond
    Frankland, Arthur Pelham
    Frankland, Robert Cecil Colvil
    Frankland, Thomas Hugh Colvill, and was mentioned in despatches
    Frankland-Payne-Gallwey, John, ( 1914 )
    Franks, Archibald Fitzherbert, with Canadian Army
    Franks, George Despard
    Franks, George McKenzie, where he was mentioned in despatches six times
    Franks, Henry Cecil
    Franks, Henry Guy Stanley
    Franks, Ivan Bromhead
Franks, John Fergusson
    Franks, Kendal Fergusson, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded twice
    Franks, Philip Hamilton, where he was wounded
    Fraser, Alastair Norman, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Fraser, Alastair Thomas Joseph, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Fraser, Alexander Arthur, 20th, where he became a POW
    Fraser, George, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Fraser, Hugh Joseph
    Fraser, John, 1st Bt., with the Royal Army Medical Corps
Fraser, Simon
    Fraser, Simon Joseph, 14th Lord, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Fraser, William, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Freake, Frederick Charles Mait ( 1915-1919 ), and was mentioned in despatches
    Frederick, Charles Edward St., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Frederick, Edward Boscawen, 9th, where he wasa severely
    Frederick, Roger
    Frederick, Thomas, where he was mentioned in despatches
Freeman, Noel William
    Freeman, Russell Herbert
    Freeman, Wilfrid Rhodes, 1st Bt, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Freeman-Mitford, Bertram Thoma, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Freeman-Mitford, Clement Bertr ( 1914-1915 ), where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Freeman-Mitford, Ernest Rupert
Freeman-Thomas, Gerard Frederi
    Fremantle, Alfred Ernest Alber
    Fremantle, Charles Albert, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Fremantle, Francis Edward, in Gallipoli, Egypt and Mesopotamia, and was mentioned in despatches
    Fremantle, Sydney Robert, where he was mentioned in despatches
French, Arthur Reginald, 5th Ba
    French, Charles Henry
French, Charles John
French, Charles Stockley
French, Claude Alexander
    French, Edward Fulke
    French, Edward Gerald Fleming, where he was wounded and gassed in 1917, and was mentioned in dispatches twice
French, Ernest Aloysius
    French, Francis Henry, in Russia and Siberia
    French, George Arthur
French, George Philip
    French, John Arthur Innes
    French, John Cyril
    French, John Poyntz, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    French, Louis Richard
French, Valentine Douglas
    French, William Joseph
    Freyberg, Bernard Cyril, 1st Ba, where he was mentioned in despatches six times and wounded nine times
Froude, John Aubrey
    Fulford, Francis Edgar Anthony
Fuller Maitland, William Allan
    Fuller, William Fleetwood, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Fuller-Acland-Hood, Alexander ( 1914-1919 )
    Fuller-Acland-Hood, Francis Pe ( 1914-1918 ), and was mentioned in despatches
    Fullerton-Carnegie, George Dav, where he was wounded twice and mentioned in depatches
Furnell, Cecil Herbert Michael
    Furnell, George Oswald Michael, where he became a POW
    Furnell, Michael John, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Fyfe, David Patrick Maxwell, 1s, with the Scots Guards
Gabbett, Richard Edward Philli
    Gage, Ezekiel Hugh
    Gage, Henry Rainald, 6th Viscou, where he was wounded
    Gage, James Seton Drummond
    Gage, John
Gage, John Stewart-Moore
    Gage, Moreton Foley, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gage, Richard Francis O’Donnel
Gaisford, Walter Thomas
Galen, Ferdinand-Josef
    Gallaher, Alexander, where he was wounded five times, became a POW, and escaped
Galloway, Harold Bessemer
    Gallwey, Francis Vivian
    Gallwey, Henry William Dayrell
    Gallwey, Thomas Hinton Edward, where he was wounded
    Gallwey, Thomas Joseph
Galton, Francis William Joseph
Galton, Theodore Hugh
    Ganzoni, Francis John Childs, 1 ( 1914 )
Gardiner, Frederick Thomas
    Gardiner-Hill, Harold ( 1915-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gardner, Eric
Gardner, George Henry, in Buckinghamshire Yeomanry
    Gardner, Noel Inglis
Garfit, Thomas Noel Cheney
Garnett, Claude Lionel
Garnier, Denys Keppel
Garnier, John Waren
Garrard, Percy
    Garsia, Herbert George Anderso, as Assistant Adjutant-General, Egyptian Army
Garton, Edward Clive
Garton, Herbert Westlake
Gascoyne-Cecil, George Edward
    Gascoyne-Cecil, Hugh Richard H
Gascoyne-Cecil, John Arthur
Gascoyne-Cecil, Randle William ( 1915-1917 ), where he was wounded
    Gascoyne-Cecil, Reginald Edwar, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gascoyne-Cecil, Robert Arthur ( 1915-1918 )
Gascoyne-Cecil, Rupert Edward
    Gascoyne-Cecil, Victor Alexand, where he was wounded twice
Gaskell, John Charles Temple
    Gason, Major George Houghton
Gatacre, Edward George
    Gatacre, William Edward ( 1914-1918 ), where he became a POW in Germany
Gathorne-Hardy, Alfred Cecil
    Gathorne-Hardy, Geoffrey Malco, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gathorne-Hardy, John Francis, where he was mentioned in despatches ten times!
    Gathorne-Hardy, Nigel Charles, where he was mentioned in desptaches four times
    Gavan Duffy, Brendan, with the Australian Imperial Forces
    Gavan Duffy, Charles
    Gavan Duffy, Charles Diarmaid, with the Australian Imperial Forces
Gavan Duffy, Desmond, with the Australian Imperial Forces
    Gavan Duffy, John Leo
    Geddes, Auckland Campbell, 1st, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Geddes, Augustus David
    Gellibrand, John
    George, William King
    Gerard, Charles Robert Tolver, where he was wounded
    Gerard, Frederick John, 3rd Bar, where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded twice
    Gethin, Frederic Durrant Scott
    Gethin, Percy Edward Lovell
Gethin, Percy Francis
    Gethin, Percy St. Lawrence
    Gethin, Richard, in East Africa
Gethin, Richard Patrick Wilmot
    Gethin, Richard Walter St. Law, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gibbon, Charles Monk, with New Zealand Military Forces
    Gibbon, Edward Acton
    Gibbon, Thomas Holroyd
    Gibbon, William Monk, and was invalided out
    Gibbons, Alexander Doran, 7th B, in Mesopotamia and France
    Gibbons, Edward Stephen, where he was mentioned in despatches three times and was seriously wounded
    Gibbons, Henry, in Flanders and Russia, and was wounded
Gibbons, John
    Gibbons, John Noel Graham, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Gibbons, Robert Reginald, where he was wounded
    Gibbs, Alfred Joseph ( 1915-1918 ), when he was wounded
    Gibbs, Antony Hubert
Gibbs, Edward Reginald
Gibbs, Eustace Lyle
    Gibbs, Francis Antony Woodard
    Gibbs, George Louis Downall, mentioned in despatches
    Gibbs, Guy Melvil
    Gibbs, John Evelyn
    Gibbs, Lancelot Merivale
    Gibbs, Lionel Cyril
    Gibbs, Ralph Crawley-Boevey
Gibbs, Ronald Charles Melbourn ( 1914 )
    Gibbs, Walter Durant, 4th Baron, where he served in Persia, and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Gibbs, William
Gibbs, William Beresford
    Gibbs, William Otter, where he was mentioned in despatches
Gibson, Charles Sidney
    Gibson, Edward Russell, 3rd Bar ( 1917-1918 ), on board H.M.S. Superb, H.M.S. Dreadnought, and H.M.S. Monarch
    Gibson, William James Carmicha
Gibson-Carmichael, Alexander D
Gibson-Craig, Archibald Charle, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gibson-Craig-Carmichael, Henry, in Egypt
Gielgud, Henry Lex Francis Ada
    Giffard, Hardinge Goulburn, 2nd
    Gilbey, Alban James
Gilbey, Eric
    Gilbey, Geoffrey Holland
    Gilbey, Oliver Holland, with the The Blues
    Gilbey, Sebastian Walter
Giles, Robert O'Halloran
Gill, Erold Waring
    Gillett, Sydney Harold, 1st Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
Gilliland, Valentine Knox
    Gillman, Webb, and was mentioned in despatches ten times
    Gillon, Stair Agnew
Gilmour, Douglas
    Gilmour, John, of Lundin and Mo, in Gallipoli, Egypt and Pelastine and was mentioned in despatches and was also wounded
Giustiniani-Bandini, Giuseppe, in the Italian Army
    Gladstone, Albert Charles, of F, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gladstone, Charles Andrew, of F, where he attached to the Royal Flying Corps, and became a POW
    Gladstone, Stephen Deiniol, where he was mentioned in deaptches
Gladstone, William Glynne Char
Glassborow, Leonard Victor Lee
    Gleichen, Albert Edward Wilfre, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Glyn, Ralph George Campbell, 1s, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Glyn, Richard FitzGerald, 4th/8, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded twice
Godfrey, Arthur Harry Langham ( 1914-1918 )
    Godley, Alexander John
    Godley, Brian Richard, in Mesopotamia, and was mentioned in despatches
    Godley, Francis Clements
    Godley, Richard Shearman
    Goff, Algernon Hamilton Stannu
    Goff, Hugh Stuart Trevor, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Goff, Lionel Trevor, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Goff, Reginald Stannus, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Goff, Robert Ewen Cameron ( 1917 ), in Flanders
    Goldsmid Montefiore, Leonard N ( 1914-1919 ), with the Hampshire Regiment
Gooch, Geoffrey Fulthorpe
    Gooch, Kenneth Thackeray
    Gooch, Lancelot Daniel Edward
    Gooch, Richard Francis Knight, where he was mentioned in despatches
Gooch, unnnamed son
    Goodbody, Godfrey Marcus
Goodbody, Henry Edgar
    Goodbody, Jerome Marcus
Goodbody, Manliffe Francis
    Gooden-Chisholm, Mairi Lambert
    Gooden-Chisholm, Uailean Hamis ( 1915-1918 ), in Palestine and Egypt
    Goodenough, James Grenville
    Goodson, Alfred Lassam, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gordon, Alexander Robert Gisbo, and was mentioned in despatches five times
    Gordon, Alexander William Kenm, where he was severely wounded
    Gordon, Alister Fraser
    Gordon, Dudley Gladstone, 3rd M, where he was mentioned in despatches
Gordon, Eldred Pottinger
    Gordon, Francis Lewis Rawson, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gordon, Geoffrey Seton
    Gordon, George Hamilton
    Gordon, Gerard Stafford Stavel
    Gordon, Granville Cecil Dougla, where he was mentioned in despatches
Gordon, Henry Gisborne, and was mentioned in despatches
    Gordon, John Edmund ( 1915-1918 )
    Gordon, John de la Hay, and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Gordon, Laurence George Frank, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gordon, Lewis Malcolm ( 1914-1919 )
    Gordon, Lochinvar Alexander Ch, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gordon, William Alexander
    Gordon-Cumming, Alexander Penr, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Gordon-Duff, George Edward ( 1914-1918 )
    Gordon-Duff, John Beauchamp, where he was wounded
    Gordon-Duff, Lachlan
Gordon-Lennox, Bernard Charles
Gordon-Lennox, Charles Henry, L
    Gordon-Lennox, Esmé Charles, where he was mentioned in desptaches and was wounded twice
    Gordon-Lennox, Victor Charles, where he was wounded
Gore, Francis Southwell Cecil
    Gore, Frederick Dundas Corbet, in Egypt and Gallipoli
    Gore, Frederick John
Gore, Gerald Ribton
    Gore, Irwin St. John, where he was wounded
    Gore, John Francis, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gore, Staveley Napier, in South-West Africa and France, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Goring, Francis, in Egypt, Gallipoli and Flanders
    Goring, Frederick Yelverton, where he was wounded three times
    Goring, Herbert, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Goring, Walter, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Goschen, Arthur Alec, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Goschen, George Gerard, where he was wounded
Goschen, George Joachim
    Goschen, George Joachim, 2nd Vi
Gosling, Charles
    Gott, William Henry Ewart ( 1915-1918 ), where he was wounded
    Gough, Dermot Humphrey
    Gough, George Patrick, where he was wounded
    Gough, Guy Vincent Hugh
    Gough, Hubert de la Poer, where he led a division at Ypres and Loos, and a corps at the Somme
    Gough, Hugh William, 4th Viscou, where he was mentioned in despatches twice and was wounded
Gough, John Edmund, V.C., as chief of staff to Field Marshal Douglas Haig
    Gough-Calthorpe, Frederick Som
Gould, Patrick Wallace
    Graham, Alastair Mungo, where he was wounded
    Graham, Dominick Stuart, where he was wounded twice, mentioned in despatches and became a POW
    Graham, Donald Bruce, where he was wounded
Graham, Donald Hatt Noble
    Graham, Douglas Beresford Mali
    Graham, Douglas Malise, and was mentioned in despatches
    Graham, Edward William Harold, in Italy
Graham, Eric Montrose
    Graham, Fergus Frederick, 5th B, where he was mentioned in despatches and was severely wounded
    Graham, Fergus Reginald Winsfo, where he was wounded twice, and was mentioned in despatches four times
    Graham, Fergus Stuart
    Graham, James Dunsterville
    Graham, James, 6th Duke of Mont
    Graham, John Reginald Noble, 3r
    Graham, Malise
    Graham, Philip Skelton
    Graham, Reginald Guy, 9th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Graham, Roderic Arthur, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Graham, Roland Harris
Graham, Ronald Macleod
    Graham, Stuart Douglas, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Graham, Stuart Menteith, where he was wounded twice
    Graham, Thomas Ottiwell
Graham-Montgomery, Graham John
    Graham-Toler, Leopold James
    Graham-Vivian, Richard Preston, where he was wounded twice
    Grant, Arthur, of Monymusk, 10t, where he was severely wounded
    Grant, Charles John Cecil ( 1914-1918 )
    Grant, Josceline Charles Henry, he was mentioned in despatches
    Grant, Robert Francis Sydney, he was mentioned in despatches twice and was severely wounded
    Grant, William Douglas
Grant-Suttie, Archibald Ronald
    Grant-Suttie, George Donald
    Grant-Suttie, Hubert Francis, where he was mentioned in despatches
Granville-Lloyd Baker, Michael
    Grattan, Arthur Phayre
    Grattan, Ernest Loftus Colley
    Grattan, Henry
Grattan, John, where he was wounded
    Grattan-Bellew, Charles Christ
Grattan-Bellew, William Arthur
Graves, Adrian
    Graves, Alweyn Montague, with the Australian Imperial Forces
Graves, Austin Joseph Geoffrey
Graves, Evelyn Paget
Graves-Sawle, Richard Charles
Gray, Francis Hatfield
    Gray, Frederick William Barton
    Gray, Thomas William
    Gray, William, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches, was wounded and became a POW
    Grayson, Denys Henry Harringto
    Grayson, Henry Mulleneux, 1st B
    Grayson, Rupert Stanley Harrin, where he was wounded twice
    Green, Arthur von Lilienstein, in the South Africa Native Labour Contingent
    Green-Price, Francis Chase
    Green-Price, James Llewellyn, where he was wounded
    Green-Price, Robert Henry, 3rd
    Greene, Arthur Latham
    Greene, Barrington Stopford Co
    Greene, David Campbell, and was mentioned in despatches three times
    Greene, Geoffrey Plunket Conyn
    Greene, Wilfred Arthur, 1st and ( 1914-1918 )
    Greenly, Walter Howorth ( 1914-1918 )
    Greenwell, Aynsley Eyre
    Greenwell, Evelyn Eyre
    Greenwell, Geoffrey Eyre
    Greenwell, Ronald Eyre
    Greer, Alured Ussher
    Greer, Donald Alister
Greer, Eric Beresford
    Greer, Eric Roberts
    Greer, Fergus Ussher Morriss, with Royal Garrison Artillery
    Greer, Francis St. Leger
    Greer, Frederick Augustus
    Greer, Nathaniel Alexander Sta, with Australian Imperial Forces
    Greeves, John
Greeves, Thomas Malcomson
Gregory, William Robert
    Gregory-Hood, Charles Hugh, and was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Gregson-Ellis, Richard George
Greig, Ronald Henry
    Grenfell, Arthur Morton, where he was mentioned in despatches three times and was wounded twice
    Grenfell, Cecil Alfred
    Grenfell, Francis Octavius, V.C, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Grenfell, Gerald William
    Grenfell, Harold Maxwell
    Grenfell, John Pascoe
Grenfell, Julian Henry Francis, where he was mentioned in despatches
Grenfell, Riversdale Nonus
Greswolde-Williams, Francis Hu
    Gretton, John, 1st Baron Gretto
Gretton, Rupert Harold
Greville, George Gordon Franci
    Grey, Aubrey Arthur Douglas, where he was wounded and became a POW
    Grey, Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Grey, Charles Robert, 5th Earl
    Grey, Charles Robin Jocelyn Ed, with the Royal Air Force
    Grey, Geoffrey Ernest Adair, where he was mentioned in despatches twice and was wounded twice
    Grey, Harry Martin, 5th Bt.
    Grey, John
    Grey, John Foley, 8th Bt., where he was wounded
    Grey, Nigel Francis Egerton
    Grey, Spencer Douglas Adair, where he was mentioned in despatches
Grey-Egerton, Philip de Malpas
Grey-Egerton, Rowland le Belwa
    Grierson, Alexander George Wil, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Grierson, Frederick Vedast, in the Middle East, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Grierson, Robert Gilbert White
Griffin, Reginald Herbert
    Grigg, Edward William MacLeay, , where he was mentioned in despatches
    Grigson, Claude Vivian
Grigson, Kenneth Walton
Grigson, Lionel Henry Shuckfor
    Grigson, Wilfrid
    Grimston, Robert Villiers, 1st
    Grinnell-Milne, Douglas George, and was mentioned in despatches
    Grinnell-Milne, Duncan William
    Grosvenor, Gerald Richard, where he was wounded
    Grosvenor, Gilbert
    Grosvenor, Hugh Richard Arthur, with armoured cars in France and in North Afirca
    Grosvenor, Hugh William
    Grosvenor, Hugh, 2nd Baron Stal ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Grosvenor, Richard Eustace, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Grosvenor, Robert Arthur, and was mentioned in despatches
    Grove, Gerald, 3rd Bt., in the German South-West and British South African Campaigns
    Grove, Major James Robert Wood, he was mentioned in despatches
Grover, Edward Brockett
    Grover, Ehret Ernest ( 1914-1918 )
    Grover, Ernest Cyril ( 1914-1918 )
    Grover, Frank Chaplyn, became a POW in Antwerp
    Grubb, Alexander Henry Watkins, he was mentioned in despatches eight times
Grubb, Douglas Noel
    Grubb, Harold Crichton-Stuart
    Grubb, Henry Cecil
    Grubb, Herbert Watkins
Grubb, Lawrence Ernest
    Grubb, Lewis William Richardso, with the Royal Irish Rifles, Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force
    Grubb, Norman Percy
    Grubb, Reginald Watkins
    Grubb, Richard Raymond De Cruc
Grubb, Walter Bousfield Watkin
    Guinness, Algernon Arthur St.
    Guinness, Arthur Rundell, where he was wounded at Ypres
    Guinness, Edward Douglas
    Guinness, Gerald Richard de Ca
    Guinness, Henry Eustace
    Guinness, John Cecil Cope Jenk
    Guinness, Owen Charles, where he was severely wounded
    Guinness, Richard Smyth
    Guinness, Victor Edward Gwynne
    Guinness, Walter Edward, 1st Ba, in Gallipoli and Flanders, and was mentioned in despatches three times
    Guinness, William Ernest, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Guise, Harry Rivett Cecil, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Guise, Henry George Christophe
Guise, Reginald Edward
    Guise, Vernon Robert ( 1915-1916 ), in Mesopotamia
Gull, Francis William Lindley
    Gull, Richard Cameron, 3rd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Gun Cuninghame, Robert George
    Gunning, George Hamilton, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Gunning, Henry Ross, where he was wounded
    Gunning, Orlando George, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gunston, Derrick Wellesley, 1st
    Gunter, Robert Benyon Nevill, 2
    Gurdon, Bertram Francis, 2nd Ba
    Gutch, John
    Gutch, Wilfrid
    Guthrie, Connop Thirwall Rober ( 1914-1915 ), where he was wounded
    Guthrie, Mungo Alexander
Gwyer, Cyril
    Gwynn, Charles William, he was mentioned in despatches
    Gwynn, Denis Rolleston, he was invalided out in 1917
    Gwynn, Stephen Lucius, he was invalided out
Hackett, Eric Adrian Nethercot
    Hackett, George Kennedy, he was mentioned in despatches
    Hackett, Gerald Olf Basil
Hackett, Learo Aylmer Henry
    Hackett, Robert Isaac Dalby
    Hackett, Thomas Dalby Hutcheso, he was mentioned in despatches
    Hacking, Douglas Hewitt, 1st Ba, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Haden-Guest, Leslie, 1st Baron
Haggard, Rider Lancelot
    Haig, Douglas, 1st Earl Haig
    Haire, Leonard ( 1914-1918 )
    Haldane, Elizabeth Sanderson, where she was mentioned in despatches
    Haldane, Henry Chicheley, where he was mentioned in despatches five times
    Haldane, James Aylmer Lowthorp, in France and Belgium, and was mentioned in despatches nine times
    Haldane, James Oswald
    Haldane, John Burdon Sanderson ( 1914-1919 ), where he was twice wounded
    Haldane, Maldwyn Makgill
Haldane, Robert Patrick
    Hales Pakenham Mahon, Wilfrid ( 1914-1918 ), and was mentioned in despatches twice
Hall, Arthur Henry
    Hall, Charles Henry Edward, as Battery Commander
Hall, David Henry
    Hall, Douglas Montgomery Berna, where he was wounded twice and was mentioned in despatches three tiems
Hall, Fitzroy Henry
    Hall, Francis
    Hall, Frederick, 1st Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
Hall, Gerald Percy
    Hall, Henry Mitchell
Hall, John Edward
    Hall, Lionel Reid, of Dunglass, , where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Hall, Malcolm Wilfred Forester
Hall, Philip Sarsfield
    Hall, Roger
    Hall, William Charles
    Hallinan, Edward Victor
    Hallinan, Francis
    Hallinan, Thomas Francis Denne
    Halsey, Arthur
    Halsey, Lionel, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Halsey, Thomas Edgar, 3rd Bt.
    Halsey, Walter Johnstone, 2nd B, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Hambling, Herbert Guy Musgrave
    Hambro, Angus Valdimar ( 1917-1921 )
    Hambro, Bertram Emil
    Hambro, Charles Jocelyn
    Hambro, Harold Everard
Hambro, Percival
    Hambro, Percival Otway
    Hambro, Ronald Olaf, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hamill-Stewart, Donald Henry
    Hamilton Stubber, Robert
    Hamilton, Anthony George
Hamilton, Arthur John
    Hamilton, Benjamin Henry Noel, where he was mentioned in despatches
Hamilton, Cecil Fyffe Pryce
    Hamilton, Charles Norman Macle, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Hamilton, Charles Sackville
    Hamilton, Claud Nigel ( 1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hamilton, Crewe Chetwode
    Hamilton, Edward William
    Hamilton, Francis Alexander Ch
    Hamilton, Frank
    Hamilton, Gavin George, 2nd Bar
Hamilton, Geoffrey Cecil Monck
    Hamilton, George Theodore
    Hamilton, Gerald de Courcy
    Hamilton, Gilbert Claud, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hamilton, Hans Wellesley, 2nd B, and was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Hamilton, Henry, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hamilton, Henry Austin
    Hamilton, Leslie d'Henin
    Hamilton, Louis Henry Keppel
    Hamilton, Maurice William Chet
Hamilton, Mervyn James
Hamilton, Ralph Gerard Alexand, where he was wounded twice, and mentioned in despatches three times
    Hamilton, Robert Carodoc, of Si
    Hamilton, Robert Cecil
    Hamilton, Ronald James, where he was wounded
    Hamilton, Sackville William Sa
    Hamilton, Thomas Sydney Percev, with the London Regiment
    Hamilton, Vivian Claude
Hamilton-Dalrymple, John Rapha
    Hamilton-Gordon, Alexander, where he was again mentioned in despatches
    Hamilton-Gordon, Ernest Arthur
    Hamilton-Grierson, Philip Fran, in Mesopotamia and Palestine
    Hamilton-Russell, Arthur ( 1915-1918 ), serving in Flanders, where he was wounded again
    Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, Fre ( 1914-1917 )
Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, Ian, where he was wounded
    Hammick, Alexander Robert
    Hammick, Ernest Lumley
Hammick, Eustace
    Hammick, Henry Alexander
    Hammick, Robert Townsend
Hammick, Stephen Frederick
    Hancock, Ralph Escott, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Handcock, Robert Arthur, 6th Ba
    Hanham, John Ludlow, 10th Bt., where he was wounded
    Hanham, Patrick John
    Hanham, Phelips Brooke
Hanmer, Alexander John, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Hanmer, Anthony Hugh, with the New Zealand Expditionary Force
    Hanmer, Arthur Richard
    Hanmer, Charles Gordon
    Hanmer, Edward Henry John, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Hanmer, Guy Thomas, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Hanmer, Henry Ivan
    Hanmer, John Percy, with the Australian Imperial Forces
Hanmer, Lambert Alfred Graham
    Hanmer, Robert Hugh, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Hanson, Charles Edwin Bourne, 2
    Harbord, Eric Walter, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Harding, Allan Francis John, 1s, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded twice
Hardinge, Edward Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches
Hardinge, Henry Ralph
Hardinge, Patrick Robert, where he was mentioned in despatches
Hardman, Hudson Beaufort
    Hardy, Arthur Evelyn
    Hardy, Bertram, 3rd Bt.
    Hardy, Eric John, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hardy, Leonard Henry, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Hare, Edward Philip Leigh
    Hare, Francis Theodore
Hare, Harry Vivian
    Hare, Percy Richard, in Egypt, Gallipoli and Salonika
    Hare, Richard
    Hare, Richard Granville, 4th Ea
    Hare, Robert William, where he was mentioned in despatches
Harford, John Henry
Harington, Herbert Hastings
    Harington, John, and was mentioned in despatches four times and was wounded three times
    Harmsworth, Alfred Leicester S, where he was wounded
    Harmsworth, Esmond Cecil, 2nd V
Harmsworth, Harold Alfred Vyvy, where he was wounded twice
    Harmsworth, Harold Cecil Aubre
Harmsworth, Vere Sidney Tudor
    Harold-Barry, Charles William, as a Captain with the Royal Munster Fusiliers and the Machine Gun Corps (M.G.C.)
Harold-Barry, John Gerard, as a Lieutenant with the Royal Munster Fusiliers
    Harris, Eric Townsend
    Harris, George St. Vincent, 5th, and was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Harris, Harry Perceval Haringt
Harris, Harry Thomas Hopkinson
    Harris, James Edward, 5th Earl
    Harris, Lawrence Anstie
Harris, Robert
Harrison, Cecil Eustace
Harrison, Gerard Younghusband
    Harrison, John de Courcy, in Gallipoli and France, where he was wounded
Harrison, Leonard John
Hart Dyke, Francis
    Hart Dyke, Percyvall, where he was mentioned in despatches
Hartwell, Barry
    Hartwell, Brodrick Cecil Denha
    Hartwell, John Redmond, and was mentioned in despatches
    Harvey, Herbert
    Harvey, Oliver Charles Harvey, , in France, Egypt and Palestine, and was and was mentioned in despatches
Hasler, Julian
    Hastings, Warner Francis John
    Hattersley, Sidney Martin, where he was taken prisoner in 1916
    Haughton, Henry Wilfred
    Haughton, John Wilfred, with Army Service Corps
Haughton, Thomas Greenwood
    Haugwitz-Hardenberg-Reventlow,
Havelock, Beresford Arthur Jar, and was mentioned in despatches
    Havelock-Allan, Henry Spencer, where he was wounded in 1916
Hawker, Lanoe George, V.C.
Hawker, Tyrrell Mann
    Hawkins, Charles Francis ( 1914 )
    Hawkins, Charles Francis, and was mentioned in despatches
    Hawkins, Cyril Cæsar, in German East Africa with 9th South African Horse
    Hawkins, Edmund John Edward, in the 5th RI Lancers and Royal Flying Corps
    Hawkins, Eustace Fellowes Sinc, and was mentioned in despatches
Hawkins, Humphry Cæsar, and was mentioned in despatches
    Hawkins, Victor Francis Staple
    Hawkins, Villiers Geoffrey Cæs
    Hawks, Howard Winchester, as a pilot with the U.S. Army Air Corps
Hawley, Cyril Francis
    Hawley, Henry Cusack Wingfield
    Haworth, Arthur Geoffrey, 2nd B, and was mentioned in despatches
Haworth, Philip Theodore
    Haworth-Booth, Michael ( 1914-1919 )
    Haworth-Booth, Robin Howard
    Haworth-Leslie, Martin Tregenn, with the Australian Imperial Forces in Egypt, Gallipoli and France, and was wounded
    Hay, Archibald
Hay, Arthur Vincent
    Hay, Bache McEvers Athole, 11th ( 1914-1919 )
Hay, Charles Edward Erroll
    Hay, Charles Gore, 20th Earl of
    Hay, Cuthbert Joseph, where he was wounded
Hay, Douglas Woulfe
    Hay, Duncan Edwyn, 10th Bt.
    Hay, Edward Douglas John, in Gallipoli, Egypt and France
    Hay, Ernest Patrick
    Hay, George Harold, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hay, Ivan Josslyn Lumley
    Hay, James
    Hay, James Douglas, in Hyderabad Volunteer Rifles
    Hay, Malcolm Vivian, of Seaton, where he was wounded
    Hay, Sereld Mordaunt Alan Joss
    Hay, Thomas William, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hay, William George Montagu, 11, where he was woundd
    Hay-Drummond-Hay, Cecil Lawren
    Hay-Newton, Stuart, where he was mentioned in despatches
Hayes, Ernest de Lannony
    Hazlerigg, Greville
    Hazlerigg, Grey
    Hazlerigg, Guy Maynard ( 1916 ), in East Africa, and was mentioned in despatches
    Hazlerigg, Martival Grey
    Hazlerigg, Thomas, and was mentioned in despatches
    Hazlerigg, Thomas Maynard
Head, Bernard
    Healy, John William
Heath, Voltelin Percy
    Heathcoat-Amory, John, 3rd Bt., and was mentioned in despatches
Heathcoat-Amory, Ludovic
    Heathcote, Arthur Napier, and was mentioned in despatches
    Heathcote, Hugh Harold, with the Australian Imperial Force
Heathcote, James Shirley
    Heathcote, John Robert Campbel
    Heathcote, Robert Evelyn Manne, and was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Heathcote, William, in South-West Africa
    Heaton-Armstrong, Bertha Grace, with the Womens Auxiliary Police Corps (W.A.P.C.)
    Heaton-Armstrong, Charles Geor
    Heaton-Armstrong, John Dunamac, as a Captain with the 20th Deccan Horse of the Indian Army Reserve
    Heaton-Armstrong, William Dunc, he was mentioned in despatches
Heaton-Ellis, Charles Edward R
    Heaton-Ellis, Charles Henry Br ( 1914-1918 ), with the Admiralty
Heaton-Ellis, David
    Heaton-Ellis, John Sydney, serving in Mesopotamia and South-West Persia
    Heber-Percy, Hugh Alan, where he was wounded
    Heber-Percy, Josceline Reginal
Hellyer, George Edgecombe
    Hely Hutchinson, Christopher D
    Hely Hutchinson, Maurice Rober ( 1916-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hely Hutchinson, Richard Georg, where he was wounded twice and was mentioned in despatches
    Hely Hutchinson, Richard Walte, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Helyar, Maurice Howard
    Hemming, Edward Hughes, where he was mentioned in dispatches twice
Henderson, Albert Norman
    Henderson, Arthur, Baron Rowley ( 1914-1918 )
Henderson, Charles Edward Pier
    Henderson, Harold Greenwood
    Henderson, Lachlan Macalister
Henderson, Reginald George
    Henderson, Robert Henderson
Hendrick-Aylmer, Gerald Hans
    Heneage, George Edward, 2nd Bar ( 1914-1918 )
    Henley, Anthony Morton, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hennessy, George Richard James, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Hennessy, Richard, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Henniker, Alan, and was mentioned in despatches
    Henniker, Augustus Major
    Henniker, Frederick Chandos
    Henniker, Robert John Aldborou, and was mentioned in despatches twice and was wounded twice
    Henniker-Heaton, Arthur
    Henniker-Major, Charles Henry
    Henniker-Major, John Ernest de
    Hepburn-Stuart-Forbes-Trefusis
    Hepburn-Stuart-Forbes-Trefusis
Hepburne-Scott, Alexander Noel
    Hepburne-Scott, Charles Franci
    Hepburne-Scott, Francis Willia
    Herbert, Auberon Thomas, 9th Ba, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Herbert, Aubrey Nigel Henry Mo, where he was wounded
    Herbert, Edward Robert Henry, 5, where he was wounded
Herbert, Elidyr John Bernard
    Herbert, George Sidney, 1st and
    Herbert, Henry George Alfred M
    Herbert, Michael George
    Herbert, Otway Charles
Heriot, George E.
    Heriot-Maitland, James Dalglei
Heriot-Maitland-Dougall, Hamis
    Heriot-Maitland-Dougall, Willi
    Heriot-Maitland-Dougall, Wilmo, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Hermon, Edward William
    Hermon-Hodge, Claude Preston, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Hermon-Hodge, George Guy
    Hermon-Hodge, Harry Baldwin, with the Nigerian Frontier Force
Hermon-Hodge, John Percival
    Hermon-Hodge, Leonard St. Lege
    Hermon-Hodge, Robert Edward Ud
    Hermon-Hodge, Roland Herman, 2n
    Heron-Maxwell, Ivor Walter Her
    Herschell, Richard Farrer, 2nd
    Hervey, Dudley Edward Francis
    Hervey, Eric George
Hervey, Gerald Arthur
    Hervey, Richard George
Hervey, Thomas Percy Arthur
    Hervey-Bathurst, Bertrand Elwe ( 1914-1915 ), where he was wounded three times
    Hervey-Bathurst, Frederick Edw, and was mentioned in despatches three times
    Hesilrige, Charles
Hessen-Kassel, Friedrich Wilhe ( 1914-1916 )
Hessen-Kassel, Maximiliian Fri ( 1914-1914 )
Heward, Frank Horace
    Hewart, Hugh Vaughan, 2nd Visco
    Hewett, Charles William
    Hewett, George Nele
    Hewett, George Stuart
Hewett, Harald
    Hewett, James Duff ( 1915-1918 ), with the Royal Flying Corps
    Hewett, John George, 5th Bt. ( 1914-1915 ), in Briitsh East Africa
    Hewett, Paul, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hewett, William George, where he was mentioned in despatches five times, and was wounded
    Hewett, William Henry Routledg, with South African Infantry
Hewitt, Archibald Rodney, he was mentioned in despatches
    Hewitt, Brian Lifford
    Hewitt, Cecil James, where he was wounded twice
Hewitt, Denis George Wyldbore,
    Hewitt, Dudley Riddiford
    Hewitt, Evelyn James, 7th Visco, he was mentioned in despatches
Hewitt, George Alfred Guest
Hewitt, James Francis
Hewitt, William George
Heygate, Claud Raymond
    Heygate, Gerald, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Heygate, Lionel Clement, where he was wounded
    Heygate, William Howley Beaumo
Heywood, Arthur George
    Heywood, Cecil Percival, where he was mentioned in despatches six times and was wounded
    Heywood, Charles Christopher
    Heywood, Everard Lemprière ( 1917 )
    Heywood, Graham Percival, 4th B, where he was mentioned in despatches twice and was wounded
    Heywood, Hugh Christopher Lemp, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Heyworth, Reginald Francis
    Hibbert, Washington Charles Th
    Hickes, Arthur Gould Remington ( 1916 )
    Hickes, Edward Weston, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Hickes, Lancelot Daryl, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
Hickes, Raymond Thomas ( 1916 )
    Hickman, Alfred Edward Howard, , in France, and was wounded
    Hickman, Arthur
    Hickman, Charles Edward, and was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Hickman, Edward Shadwell, with the 54th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force
    Hickman, Geoffrey Victor, and was mentioned in despatches
Hickman, Philip Gregory
    Hickman, Thomas Edgecumbe, and was mentioned in despatches three times
    Hickman, Wilfred Haden
Hickman, William Christie
Hicks-Beach, Michael Hugh, Visc
Higgon, Archibald Bellairs
Higgon, John Arthur
    Hill, Arthur FitzGerald Sandys
    Hill, Arthur Francis Henry, where he was mentioned in despatches
Hill, Arthur Rowland
    Hill, Arthur Wills Percy Welli, attached to the British Red Cross
    Hill, Cyril John Percy
    Hill, Edward James, Baron Hill ( 1914-1918 ), with Royal Marines Engineers
    Hill, Geoffrey Noel, and was mentioned in despatches five times
    Hill, George Chenevix, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Hill, Guy Charles Dunlop
    Hill, Henry Alan
    Hill, Henry Blyth, 6th Bt., and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Hill, Hubert George Morgan
    Hill, John Francis
    Hill, John Kenyon, in British East Africa
Hill, Randle Edward
    Hill, Richard Augustus Sandys
    Hill, Robert Sale, where he was wounded
    Hill, Rowland Clement Ridley, and was mentioned in despatches three times
    Hill-Trevor, Charles Edward, 3r
    Hilton, Conrad Nicholson ( 1918 )
Hind, Lawrence Arthur
    Hirst, Geoffrey Frederick Robe
    Hirst, Harold Hugh, attached to Royal Engineers Signals
    Hoare, Evelyn Melville
Hoare, Gerard Benyon Croft
Hoare, Henry Colt Arthur
    Hoare, Keith Robin, with the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
    Hoare, Percival Hugh Trench
Hoare, Reginald Arthur
    Hoare, Robert Rawdon ( 1914-1918 )
    Hoare, Samuel John Gurney, 1st, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Hoare, Vincent Robertson
    Hobart, Claud Vere Cavendish, 2, and was mentioned in despatches three times
    Hobart-Hampden, Arthur Edward, in the Royal Flying Corps
Hobart-Hampden, George Miles A
Hoblyn, Walter Frederick
    Hodder-Williams, Ralph Wilfred, where he was wounded
    Hodgins, Arthur E.
    Hodson, Edmond Adair, 5th Bt., and was mentioned in despatches
    Hodson, Gilbert Stanley
    Hogg, Arthur Ramsey, 7th Bt., where he was wounded twice
    Hogg, Ian Graham
    Hogg, Kenneth Weir, 6th Bt., where he was wounded
    Hoghton, Cuthbert, 12th Bt.
    Hoghton, Guy, where he was mentioned in despatches twice and was wounded
Hoghton, Vere
Hohenau, Friedrich, Count von H ( 1914-1918 )
Hohenau, Friedrich-Franz ( 1914-1918 )
    Hohler, Arthur Preston, where he was mentioned in despatches
Holbech, William Hugh
Holcroft, Gilbert Culcheth
    Holland, Cedric Swinton ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Holland, John Dixon Cuyler
    Holland, Lancelot ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Holland, Michael James
    Holland, Stuart Lund, 2nd Baron ( 1914-1919 )
Holland, Thomas Welsby
    Holland-Hibbert, Thurstan, 4th
Hollist, Anthony May Capron
    Hollist, Gerald Wetherell Capr
    Holman, Adrian ( 1915-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Holmes à Court, Alan Worsley, and was mentioned in despatches
    Holmes à Court, Arthur Worsley, with the Canadian Expeditionary Force, and was gassed and wounded
    Holmes à Court, Leonard, 4th Ba
    Holmes à Court, Reginald Ashe, where he was wounded
    Holmes à Court, Richard Willia, where he was wounded
    Holmes à Court, Rupert Edward, where he was wounded
    Holmes à Court, William Alexan, where he was severely wounded
    Holt, Herbert Paton ( 1914-1918 ), where he was wounded
    Home, James, of Blackadder, 11t, in France and Belgium
    Honywood, William Wynne, 10th B, and was mentioned in despatches three times
    Hood, Charles Ivo Sinclair
    Hood, Edward, in France, and and was mentioned in despatches
Hood, Maurice Henry Nelson, in the Royal Naval Division
    Hood, Neville Albert
    Hooper, Frederic Collins, 1st B
    Hope Johnstone, Charles John
    Hope Johnstone, David Percy
Hope Johnstone, Henry Murray ( 1914-1917 )
Hope Johnstone, William Gordon
    Hope, Arthur Clement, where he was wounded
    Hope, Arthur Henry Cecil
    Hope, Arthur Oswald James, 2nd, he was mentioned in despatches and wounded
    Hope, Charles Melbourne
    Hope, Douglas Edmund, as RTO
Hope, George Everard
    Hope, George Webley, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hope, Graham Archibald
    Hope, Henry John, 3rd Baron Ran, he was mentioned in despatches and wounded
    Hope, Herbert Willes Webley
    Hope, Hugh Lewis, and was mentioned in despatches and was wounded three times
    Hope, James
Hope, James Horatio, and was mentioned in despatches and was wounded twice
    Hope, John Alexander Henry, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hope, John Augustus, of Craigha, where he was wounded
    Hope, John Charles David
    Hope, John Urmson, and was mentioned in despatches
    Hope, Laurence Nugent
    Hope, Lucius Charles, where he was severely wounded
    Hope, Richard Berwick, and was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Hope, Victor Alexander John, 2n, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hope, William Douglas
    Hope-Dunbar, Charles Dunbar, of
    Hope-Vere, James Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hope-Vere, Ralph Jean James, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Hope-Wallace, James
Hopkins, James Randolph Innes
    Hordern, Archibald Frederick ( 1914-1919 )
    Hordern, Arthur Venables Calve ( 1915-1918 ), with the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, where he was mentioned in despatches six times
    Hordern, Charles ( 1914-1919 )
    Hordern, Clifford Willoughby P ( 1915-1918 )
    Hordern, Edward Joseph Calvele
    Hordern, Gwyn Venables, where he was mentioned in despatches six times
Hordern, Herbert Radcliffe
    Hordern, Herle Maudslay
    Hordern, Hugh Maudslay
    Hordern, Lionel Herbert ( 1914 )
    Hordern, Philip ( 1914-1919 )
    Hore-Belisha, Leslie, 1st and l, with the Royal Fusiliers and the Public Schools Battalion, and was mentioned in despatches
    Hore-Ruthven, Alexander Gore A, where he was severely wounded
    Hore-Ruthven, Christian Malise, where he was wounded, and mentioned in despatches
    Hore-Ruthven, Walter James, 9th, with the Rifle Brigade, even though aged 76
    Hore-Ruthven, Walter Patrick, 1, where he was mentioned in despatches seven times and was wouned
    Horlick, James Nockells, 4th Bt, and was mentioned in despatches
    Hornby, Henry Russell, 2nd Bt. ( 1914-1919 )
    Horne, Alan Edgar, 2nd Bt., and was mentioned in despatches four times
    Horne, Henry Sinclair, 1st and ( 1914-1918 )
    Horne, Robert Stevenson, 1st Vi
    Horne, William Guy, where he became a POW
Horner, Edward William
Hornung, John Peter
Horsfall, Cedric Fawcett
    Horsley-Beresford, Henry Willi
    Hort, Aylmer Victor Dyson ( 1916-1919 )
    Hort, Fenton George, 7th Bt., with the Royal Engineers
Hoskyns, Chandos Benedict Arde, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
Hoskyns, Edwyn Cecil Leigh
    Hoskyns, Edwyn Clement, 13th Bt ( 1915-1919 ), where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
Hoskyns-Abrahall, Christopher
    Hoskyns-Abrahall, James, with the Australian Imperial Force, and was wounded
    Hoskyns-Abrahall, Theo Chandos, where he was wounded
Hoste, William Graham, 4th Bt.
Hostetter, Theodore R.
    Hotham, Charles Ernest, and was mentioned in despatches
    Hotham, John
    Hotham, John Clarence
    Hotham, William Montagu
    Houldsworth, William Thomas Re
    Houstoun-Boswall, Charles
Houstoun-Boswall, George Regin
    Houstoun-Boswall, Gordon, of Bl
    Houstoun-Boswall, John Francis, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Houstoun-Boswall, William Evel, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Howard, Algar Henry Stafford, where he was wounded
    Howard, Arthur Henry, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Howard, Arthur Jared Palmer, where he was wounded
Howard, Bernard Henry
    Howard, Bernard Henry Esmé, where he was wounded, beacame a POW and escaped
    Howard, Bertram Marcus, with the East Riding Yeomanry
    Howard, Charles Wilbraham John
    Howard, Edmund John, with the Royal Artillery
    Howard, Francis
    Howard, George Josslyn L'Estra
Howard, Henry Charles Mowbray, where he was mentioned in despatches
Howard, Henry Molyneux Paget, 1
    Howard, Henry Mowbray
    Howard, Leslie
Howard, Lyulph Walter Mowbray
    Howard, Michael Francis Staffo
    Howard, Richard Fitzroy
    Howard, Robert John
    Howard, William Gilbert
    Howard-Bury, Charles Kenneth, where he was mentioned in despatches seven times, and became a POW
    Howard-Sneyd, Henry Ralph Mowb ( 1914-1916 )
Howe, Gilbert Frederick Temple
    Howe, Thomas Edward Barham, where he was mentioned in despatches
Howell, Philip
Hubbard, Bertram John
    Hubbard, Francis Spencer
    Hubbard, Gerald Napier, where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded
    Hubbard, Harold Evelyn, where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded
    Hubbard, John Francis, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hubbard, John Gellibrand, 3rd B ( 1914-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hudson, Robert Arthur
    Hudson, Savile Ernest
    Huggins, Godfrey Martin, 1st Vi
    Huggins, Philip Michael, in East Africa
    Hughes, Alfred Collingwood, 10t, and was mentioned in despatches
    Hughes, Alfred Marcus
    Hughes, Frederic St. John
    Hughes, Richard Edgar, 13th Bt.
Hughes-Onslow, Denzil, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Hughes-Onslow, Geoffrey Henry
    Hughes-Onslow, Oliver, where he was mentioned in despatches
Hulse, Edward Hamilton Westrow, where he was mentioned in despatches
Hume, Edward Archibald
    Hume, John Elgar, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Hume, John James Francis ( 1914-1917 )
Hume-Wright, Maurice Gabriel
    Hungerford, Clarence
    Hungerford, Richard Geoffrey S, with the Canadian Engineers
    Hungerford, Winspeare Toye
Hunt, George Ward
Hunt, Gerald Ponsonby Sneyd
    Hunt-Grubbe, Brudenell ( 1914-1919 )
    Hunter Blair, Alister
    Hunter Blair, Colin Edward, where he was wounded
    Hunter Blair, David Walter, where he became a POW
    Hunter Blair, Edward, of Dunske
    Hunter Blair, Forbes Cromartie, in Gallipoli, Salonika and Egypt
Hunter Blair, Gaspard Patrick
    Hunter Blair, James, of Dunskey, where he was wounded
    Hunter Blair, Ronald
    Hunter Blair, Walter Charles ( 1914-1916 )
    Hunter, Jock
    Hunter, Joseph Charles
    Hunter-Weston, Aylmer Gould, 27 ( 1914-1919 ), and was mentioned in despatches ten times
    Huntington-Whiteley, Herbert M, where he was wounded
    Hutchison, James Riley Holt, of, with Lanarkshire Yeomanry and Indian Cavalry
    Hutchison, Robert, 1st and last ( 1914-1918 )
    Hutchison, Thomas Holt ( 1917 ), with Royal Naval Air Service
    Illingworth, Henry Cyril Harke ( 1914-1917 )
    Imbert-Terry, Claude Henry Max, and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Imbert-Terry, Douglas Philip, where he was wounded
    Imbert-Terry, Frederic Bouhier, and was mentioned in despatches
    Imbert-Terry, Henry Bouhier, 2n, and was mentioned in despatches twice
Impey, John Eugene
    Ingilby, John Uchtred Macdowal
    Ingleby-Mackenzie, Kenneth Ale ( 1916-1918 )
    Ingram, Bruce Stirling
    Ingram, Collingwood
    Ingram, Herbert, 2nd Bt.
    Innes, Alexander
Innes, Alexander Berowald
    Innes, Athol Rupert ( 1917 ), with 15th Battalion, 1st Australian Imperial Force, and was wounded at Passchendaele
Innes, Donald McLeod
    Innes, Edward Henry
    Innes, Francis Allsopp
    Innes, Harold Goodwin
Innes, Patrick McLeod
Innes, Richard Pemberton
    Innes, Sydney Armitage, and was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Innes-Cross, Sydney Maxwell
    Innes-Ker, Alastair Robert, where he was wounded
    Innes-Ker, Henry John, 8th Duke ( 1914-1915 ), where he was severely wounded
    Innes-Ker, Robert Edward, where he was wounded
    Inskip, John Hampden
    Irby, Cecil Eustace, 8th Baron
    Irby, Gerald Howard Boteler, 9t ( 1915-1918 )
    Irby, Leonard Paul
    Ironside, William Edmund, 1st B, where he was mentioned in despatches seven times
    Irvine, Quentin Hugh Innes
    Irvine-Fortescue, Archer, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Irvine-Fortescue, John Faithfu
    Irvine-Fortescue, William Gren ( 1915-1918 )
    Isaacs, Gerald Rufus, 2nd Marqu, and he was mentioned in despatches
    Isham, Henry Euseby Murray
    Isham, John Vere
    Isham, Vere Arthur Richard, and was mentioned in despatches three times
    Ismay, Hastings Lionel, 1st and ( 1914-1918 )
    Jackson, Basil Hippisley
Jackson, Claude Stewart, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Jackson, Egbert Brooke, with the 17th Battalion, New Zealand Expeditionary Forces
    Jackson, Ernest Somerville, where he was mentioned in desptaches
Jackson, Geoffrey Laird, where he was mentioned in desptaches
    Jackson, George Herbert, 2nd Ba, in the Army Ordnance Department
    Jackson, George Julius, 3rd Bt., where he was wounded
    Jackson, Guy Rolf, where he was mentioned in desptaches
    Jackson, Harold D'Aguilar, with U.S. Engineers in France
    Jackson, Henry Humphrey, where he was mentioned in desptaches
    Jackson, Hugh Nicholas, 2nd Bt.
    Jackson, Thomas Dare, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Jackson, Walter David Russell, , where he was mentioned in despatches
Jackson, William Brabazon Math
    Jackson, William Frederick, 1st ( 1914-1916 ), where he became an invalid
Jackson-Taylor, Curzon
    Jacob, Frederick Arthur
Jacobson, Lyonel Hugh
    Jaffray, Hugh Alexander, where he was wounded
Jaffray, John Henry, 3rd Bt.
    Jaffray, William Edmund, 4th Bt
    Jager, Arthur Noel Richardson
James, George Millais
    James, Renouard Eliot
    Jamieson, Chandos Wyndham
    Janner, Barnett, Baron Janner, with Royal Garrison Artillery
Jardine, Arthur Hugh
    Jardine, Colin Arthur, 3rd Bt., where he was wounded three times, and was mentioned in despatches four times
    Jardine, Francis Alexander Las, where he was wounded
    Jardine, John Eric Birdwood, 2n, in Mesopotamia, where he was mentioned in desptaches
Jardine, John Lodge Murray
    Jardine, Kenneth William Seymo
    Jardine, Lionel Westrop, in Mesopotamia, where he was mentioned in desptaches and was severely wounded
    Jauncey, John Henry, of Tullich
    Jebb, Gladwyn Dundas
    Jebb, Joshua Henry Miles, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Jeffcock, Harold Charles Firth
    Jeffreys, George Darell, 1st Ba, where he was severely wounded
    Jellicoe, John Henry Rushworth
    Jenkins, David Llewelyn, Baron ( 1918 )
    Jenkinson, John Banks, where he was mentioned in despatches
Jephson, Edward Jermy
    Jervis, John Cyril Carnegie
    Jessel, George, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Jessel, Herbert Merton, 1st Bar, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Jessel, Richard Hugh
    Jocelyn, Robert Soame, 8th Earl
Johnson, Alfred William
    Johnson, Allen Edwin
    Johnson, Allen Victor, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded three times
    Johnson, Elliot Philipse ( 1914 ), in Mesopotamia, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Johnson, Guy Allen Colpoys Orm, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Johnson, Henry Allen Beaumont, ( 1914-1916 )
    Johnson, Henry Allen William, 4, where he was mentioned in despatches
Johnson, Laurence Frederick
    Johnson, Percy Eliot
    Johnson, Ralph Harold Ormsby, with New Zealand Forces in Palestine
Johnson, Robert Warren
    Johnson, Stanley
    Johnson, William Gillilan
    Johnson-Ferguson, Edward Alexa, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Johnston, Charles Moore
Johnston, Horace James
Johnston, Randal William MacDo
    Johnston, Thomas Kelly Evans, on London District Staff
    Johnston-Saint, Peter, where he was wounded
    Johnstone, Charles Arthur
    Johnstone, George Horace, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Johnstone, Gilbert Lumley
Johnstone, John Andrew
    Johnstone, Montague Joseph Cha
Johnstone, Reginald Fitzroy Le
    Johnstone, Richard Noel
    Johnstone-Douglas, Walter Henr
    Johnstone-Scott, Charles ( 1915 ), in German South-West Africa
    Joicey, Hugh Edward, 3rd Baron, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Joicey, James Arthur, 2nd Baron
Joicey, Sydney James Drever
Joicey-Cecil, John Francis Jam
    Joicey-Cecil, John Pakenham
    Jolliffe, Berkeley Gerald Hylt
    Jolliffe, Conyers Herbert
    Jolliffe, William George Herve
    Jones, Charles Frederick Ward
Jones, Henry Richard Inigo
    Jones, Lawrence Evelyn, 5th Bt., where he was wounded and became a POW
    Joseph, Samuel George, 1st Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Joynson-Hicks, Richard Cecil, 2 ( 1915 ), where he was wounded
    Kavanagh, Charles Toler MacMor
    Kavanagh, Dermot MacMorrough, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Kaye, Henry Gordon, 2nd Bt., in France and Salonika, and was wounded
    Keane, John, 5th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Keane, Richard Henry
    Kearley, Gerald Chester, 2nd Vi, in Scots Guards and Remount Service
Keenleyside, Guy Francis Headl
    Keightley, Philip Charles Russ
    Keith, James, Baron Keith of Av, with the Seaforth Highlanders
    Keith-Falconer, Adrian Wentwor
    Keith-Falconer, Arthur George,
Keith-Murray, Alastair William
Keith-Murray, Walter Herbert
    Kemmis-Betty, Harry Mervyn ( 1914-1919 ), commanding the repair ship Assistance at Scapa Flow
    Kemp, George, 1st Baron Rochdal
    Kennard, Howard John
Kennard, Maurice Nicholl
Kennard, Terence Evelyn
    Kennard, Vivian George
Kennaway, Arthur Lewis
Kennedy, Archibald Edward
    Kennedy, Archibald, 4th Marques
    Kennedy, Aubrey Leo ( 1914-1919 )
Kennedy, Charles Seecombe Crau
    Kennedy, Edward Coverley, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Kennedy, Francis Henry
    Kennedy, Francis William, he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Kennedy, Hugh, where he was mentioned in despatches
Kennedy, Humphfrey Hayes
    Kennedy, John Gilbert
Kennedy, John Horace
Kennedy, John Patrick Frances
    Kennedy, John Ralph Bayly, 4th
Kennedy, Paul Adrian
Kennedy, Ronald Bayly Craven
    Kennedy-Cochran-Patrick, Willi, and was mentioned in despatches three times
Kenny, Bernard William
    Kenyon, Edward Ranulph, he was mentioned in despatches five times and was wounded
    Kenyon, Guy Victor
    Kenyon, Harold Anthony, where he was wounded
    Kenyon, Herbert Edward, he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Kenyon, Joseph Robert, he was mentioned in despatches
    Kenyon, William Patrick ( 1917-1918 ), where he was wounded
    Kenyon-Slaney, Francis Gerald, he was mentioned in despatches
    Kenyon-Slaney, Philip Percy, he was mentioned in despatches
    Kenyon-Slaney, Robert Orlando, where he was wounded
    Kenyon-Slaney, Walter Rupert ( 1914 )
    Keppel, Albert Edward George A, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Keppel, Arnold Ramsay
    Keppel, Frederick George
    Keppel, George
    Keppel, Rupert Oswald Derek, where he was wounded and taken as a prisoner of war
    Keppel, Walter Egerton George ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Ker, Charles Arthur
Ker-Gulland, Reginald Glover
    Kerans, Edward Thomas John
    Kerr, Basil
    Kerr, Charles Lester, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Kerr, David Anselm
Kerr, Frederick Walter, with the BEF, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Kerr, Frederick Walter
    Kerr, John David, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Kerr, Louis William Howard
    Kerr, Mark Edward Frederick, where he was wounded and gassed
    Kerr, Mark Peregrine Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Kerr, Philip Walter
    Kerr, William Walter Raleigh, with the BEF
Kerr-Clark, Struan Robertson
    Kerr-Smiley, Peter Kerr
    Kerrich, John Herbert
    Kershaw, Frank
Kevill-Davies, William Albert
    Keyes, Adrian St. Vincent, in the Dardenlles
    Keyes, Terence Humphrey ( 1914-1917 ), in Meospotamia, Persian Gulf and South Persia
Kidston, William Hamilton Camp
    Kimber, Guy Mackenzie
Kimber, Henry Cyril Dixon
    Kindersley, Guy Molesworth, he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Kindersley, Hugh Kenyon Molesw ( 1917-1919 )
    Kindersley, Lionel Nassau
    King, Alexander William, 6th Bt
King, Andrew Buchanan
King, Arthur Montague
    King, John Francklyn ( 1914-1918 ), where he served in Egypt and Flanders, and was mentioned in despatches and won three medals
    King, William Albert de Courcy
    King, William Augustus Henry
    King, Wingfield Charles Gerald, where he was wounded
    King-Hall, William Stephen, Bar ( 1914-1918 ), with the Grand Fleet and 11th Submarine Flotilla
King-Harman, Lawrence Hope
    King-Harman, Robert Douglas, where he was mentioned in despatches
    King-Harman, Wentworth Alexand, where he was mentioned in despatches
    King-Tenison, Henry Edwyn, 9th ( 1914-1918 )
    King-Tenison, Robert Henry Eth
    Kingscote, Algernon Robert Fit ( 1914-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Kingscote, Edric Thomas, in the 2nd Battalion, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Reigment
    Kingscote, Maurice John ( 1914-1919 )
    Kington, Steuart Brabazon ( 1916-1918 ), in the Royal Flying Corps, serving in France
Kington, William Miles
    Kington-Blair-Oliphant, Philip, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Kinloch, David Alexander, of Gi, he was mentioned in despatches
    Kinloch, James
Kinnaird, Arthur Middleton
Kinnaird, Douglas Arthur, Maste
Kirkpatrick, Athol
    Kirkpatrick, Charles, and he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Kirkpatrick, Harry Fearnley, and he was mentioned in despatches three time
    Kirkpatrick, Thomas Frederick
    Kirwan-Taylor, Harold George, with the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
    Kitchener, Henry Elliott Cheva, in South-Est Africa
    Kitchener, Henry Franklin Chev
    Kitson, Roland Dudley, 3rd Baro
    Knatchbull, George Wyndham Chi ( 1914 ), where he was again mentioned in despatches
    Knatchbull, Michael Herbert Ru, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Knatchbull, Reginald Norton
    Knatchbull, Wyndham Persse
    Knatchbull-Hugessen, Adrian No
    Knatchbull-Hugessen, Everard
Knatchbull-Hugessen, Maurice A
Knatchbull-Hugessen, Wyndham W
    Knollys, Edward George William
Knollys, Frederick Roger Alexa
    Knox, Alfred William Fortescue
    Knox, Columb Thomas, where he was wounded
    Knox, Harry Hugh Sidney, where he was mentioned in despatches seven times
    Knox, John Needham, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Knox, Leonard Needham ( 1915-1920 )
    Knox, Thomas Uchter Caulfield, ( 1914-1915 )
    Knox, William Humphreys ( 1916-1918 )
Kollmann, Siegfried
    Labertouche, Guy Neal
    Lacon, George Haworth Ussher, 6, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Lacon, Henry Reginald Dunbar
Lacon, Sidney John Boileau
    Lake, Hubert Geoffrey, where he was invalided
Lake, Noel Graham
    Lakin, Michael Lawrence, and he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Lakin, Richard, 2nd Bt.
Lambart, Charles Edward Kilcou
    Lambart, Edgar Alan ( 1914-1917 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lambart, Ernest Oliver Cavan ( 1914-1916 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lambart, Ford Augustus Oliver ( 1917-1919 )
    Lambart, Frederick Rudolph, 10t, where he was mentioned in despatches nine times
Lambart, Gerald Edgar Oliver F
    Lambart, Henry Godfrey Randolp
    Lambart, Horace Edward Samuel
    Lambart, Julian Harold Legge
Lambart, Lionel John Olive, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lambart, Percy Francis
    Lambart, Richard Frederick Lac, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lambert, Alexander Fane
    Lambert, Cecil Foley
    Lambert, Cyril de Courcy
    Lambert, D'Arcy Richard
Lambert, Francis Henry
    Lambert, Francis John
    Lambert, Henry Alexander
    Lambert, Mervyn Hyacinth
    Lambert, Walter Peter, with Connaught Rangers and on Staff
    Lambert, William Robert, where he was wounded
    Lambton, Claud, where he was wounded
Lambton, Francis
Lambton, Geoffrey
    Lambton, John Frederick, 5th Ea, where he was wounded
    Lambton, William, where he was mentioned in despatches five times
    Lampson, Adam Cathcart, he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Lampson, Curtis George, 3rd Bt.
Landsberg-Velen, Hermann Josep
    Lane, Frank Nowell
Lane, Percy Ernald
    Lane-Fox, George Richard, 1st a ( 1914 ), where he was wounded, and mentioned in despatches
    Lang, Arthur, and was invalided out in 1917
    Langdale, Charles Adrian Josep
Langford, Colin Cecil
    Langford, Edward Gilliat, and was mentioned in despatches
Langrishe, Hercules Ralph
    Langrishe, Hercules Robert, 5th, in the Mediterranean and Russia
    Langrishe, John du Plessis
    Langrishe, Richard Bellingham
    Langrishe, Terence Hume, 6th Bt
    Larcom, Thomas Perceval, 3rd Bt, and he was mentioned in despatches
    Lascelles, Alan Frederick, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lascelles, Edward Cecil, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lascelles, Ernest, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lascelles, Evelyn Herbert, where he was wounded
    Lascelles, Francis William, where he was wounded
    Lascelles, George Reginald
Lascelles, Guy Ernest
    Lascelles, Henry Francis, with the Welsh Guards
    Lascelles, Henry George Charle, where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded twice
    Lascelles, John Frederick, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lascelles, John Norman Pultene, where he was wounded
    Lascelles, Ronald Hastings
    Latham, Charles, 1st Baron Lath
    Latta, James Douglas
    Laurie, George Brenton
    Laurie, John Emilius, of Maxwel, and he was mentioned in despatches
Laurie, Wilfrid Walter
    Law, Adrian Aloysius Sherwood
    Law, Augustus Leonard Paget ( 1916 ), where he was severely wounded
Law, Charles ( 1914 )
    Law, Frederick Wilfred
    Law, Harrington
    Law, Henry Astell, 7th Baron El, where he was mentioned in despatches
Law, James Kidston
Law, Thomas Pakenham
    Law, William Victor
    Lawes, John Claud, 4th Bt.
    Lawrence, Charles Trevor ( 1917-1918 ), in Nigeria
    Lawrence, Charles Trevor, 2nd B, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
Lawrence, Christopher Hal
Lawrence, Frank Helier
    Lawrence, Geoffrey Lawrence, 3r, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Lawrence, Henry Walter Neville, where he was wounded twice
    Lawrence, Herbert Alexander
Lawrence, Malcolm Eyton
Lawrence, Michael Charles
Lawrence, Oliver John
    Lawrence, Percy Roland Bradfor, and he was mentioned in despatches
    Lawrence, Thomas Edward, assisting the Arabs to rise up against the Ottomans
Lawrence, William George
Lawson, Arthur Bertram, and he was mentioned in despatches
    Lawson, Digby, 2nd Bt., and he was mentioned in despatches
    Lawson, Edward Frederick, 4th B, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Lawson, John James, 1st and las, with the Royal Field Artillery
    Lawson-Tancred, Thomas Selby, 9
    Layard, Austen Havelock, in Egypt and Salonika
    Layard, Charles Peter Julius, in Belgium and France, and was mentioned in despatches four times and was wounded twice
    Layard, Raymond Julius, with the Royal Flying Corps
    Le Fanu, George Ernest Hugh ( 1914-1916 ), in the Togoland Campaign
    Le Marchant, Edward Thomas, 4th
Le Marchant, Spencer Henry
Le Poer Trench, Frederick Powe
    Leach, Elaine Carlisle ( 1914-1915 ), with the V.A.D., and was mentioned in despatches
    Leask, Alfred Ernest
    Leask, Charles Thornton
    Leask, John
Lechmere, Nicholas George Berw
    Lechmere, Ronald Berwick Hunge ( 1914-1915 ), where he was wounded
    Lee, Arthur Hamilton, 1st and l ( 1914-1915 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Lee, Lennox Cleland
Lee, Noel, at Gallipoli
Lee, Noel Esmund
    Lee-Dillon, Robert Francis ( 1914-1919 )
Leeds, John de Cerwick
    Leeds, Reginald Arthur St. Joh
    Leeds, Thomas Louis, and he was mentioned in despatches
Lees, Edmund Hastings Harcourt
    Lees, Jean Marie Ivor, 6th Bt.
Lees, John Arnold
    Lees, John Victor Elliott, 3rd, where he was severely wounded, and was mentioned in despatches
Lees, Thomas Evans Keith, 2nd B
    Lees, Thomas Orde Hans
    Leese, Clive
    Leese, Neville, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Leese, Oliver William Hargreav, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Legard, Charles
Legard, Geoffrey Philip
Legard, George Bruce, he was mentioned in despatches
Legard, Ralph Hawksworth
Legard, Reginald John
    Legard, Roger Alexander
    Legard, d'Arcy, he was mentioned in despatches
Legge, Gerald
    Legge, Heneage Cecil
    Legge, Hugh
    Legge, Humphrey, 8th Earl of Da, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Legge, John Augustus ( 1915-1920 ), as a Naval Transport Officer, and was mentioned in despatches
    Legge, John Douglas, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Legge, Montague George Bentinc, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Legge, Ronald George
    Legge, Walter Traversari, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Legge, William Kaye, where he was mentioned in despatches
Legge-Bourke, Nigel Walter
    Legh, Hubert Cornwall, as a brigade commander
    Legh, Piers Walter, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Legh, Richard William Davenpor
    Leicester-Warren, Cuthbert
Leigh, Chandos
    Leigh, Francis Dudley, 3rd Baro
    Leigh, John Cecil Gerard ( 1914-1919 )
Leigh, John Egerton ( 1914-1917 )
    Leigh-Pemberton, Robert Dougla
    Leighton, Bertie Edward Parker, where he was wounded
    Leighton, Bryan Baldwyn Mawddd
    Leighton, Charlton Dudley Fore
Leighton, John Burgh Talbot, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Leighton, Richard Tihel, 10th B, where he was wounded and became a POW
Leiningen, Emich Ernst Hermann
    Leith, Alexander Robert, where he was wounded
    Leith-Buchanan, Charles John, where he was wounded
    Leith-Buchanan, George Hector, he was mentioned in despatches
    Leith-Buchanan, Thomas Tod
    Lendrum, Alan Cane
    Lendrum, Marcus Beresford, with Royal Irish Fusiliers
    Lenox-Conyngham, Hubert Maxwel, where he was mentioned in despatches
Lenox-Conyngham, John Staples
    Lenox-Conyngham, William Arbut
Lentaigne, Victor Aloysius
Lerchenfeld, Ludwig
    Leslie Melville, Archibald Ale, where he was wounded
    Leslie Melville, Ian
    Leslie, Norman Evelyn, 19th Ear, where he was wounded
Leslie, Norman Jerome Beaucham
Leslie, Reginald Frederick Stu
    Leslie-Melville, Alexander Bro, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Leslie-Melville, Norman Victor
    Lethbridge, Duncan John Leghe
    Lethbridge, Ernest Astley Edmu, in Mesopotamia, and where he was mentioned in despatches twice and became a POW
    Lethbridge, Hector Wrath, 6th B ( 1917-1918 )
    Lethbridge, John George Jules
    Lethbridge, Walter Alexander C
    Lethbridge, Walter Miguel
    Leveson, Arthur Cavenagh
Leveson-Gower, Ronald Charles
Leveson-Gower, William George
    Leveson-Gower, William Spencer, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Levinge, Arthur Tenison
    Levinge, Charles Horace
    Levinge, Frederick Rufane
    Levinge, George Edward
    Levinge, George Marcus Tenison, where he was wounded
Levinge, Gerald Henry
Levinge, Harry George
Levinge, Henry Marcus Tenison
    Levinge, Reginald Augustus, he was mentioned in despatches
    Levinge, Richard Hugh
Levinge, Richard William, 10th
    Levy Lever, Arthur, 1st Bt.
    Levy-Lawson, Harry Lawson Webs, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Levy-Lawson, William Arnold We, where he was mentioned in despatches
Levy-Lawson, William Bernard W
Lewis, James Windsor
Lewthwaite, Charles Gilfrid, he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Lewthwaite, William, 2nd Bt.
    Ley, Christopher Francis Aden
Ley, Geoffrey Arthur Henry
    Ley, Henry Gordon, 2nd Bt.
Ley, Maurice Aden
Ley, Maurice Carew
Lichtenberg, Gottfried
    Liddell, Cecil Frederick Josep, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Liddell, David Edward, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Liddell, Geoffrey William, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Liddell, Guy Maynard, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Liddell, John Sinclair
    Liddell, William Andrew ( 1914-1918 )
    Liddell-Grainger, Henry Hubert, where he was wounded
Liebert, Bernard Robert
Liechtenstein, Heinrich
    Lighton, Christopher Robert, 8t, where he was wounded
    Lindemann, Frederick Alexander, as an experimental pilot
    Lindesay-Bethune, Reginald, 12t
    Lindley, John Edward
    Lindsay, Alexander Dunlop, 1st, where he was mentioned in despatches
Lindsay, Archibald Thurston Th
Lindsay, Claud Frederic Thomas, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lindsay, David Howard, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lindsay, Edward Reginald
Lindsay, Francis Howard
    Lindsay, George Mackintosh ( 1914 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lindsay, Henry Edith Arthur, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Lindsay, Henry Edzell Morgan
    Lindsay, James Howard ( 1914-1917 ), where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Lindsay, John Colin Howard ( 1914-1919 )
    Lindsay, Lionel, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lindsay, Walter Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lindsay, Walter Patrick, where he was wounded
Ling, Percy John
Lippe-Biesterfeld, Ernst Juliu
Lippe-Biesterfeld, Friedrich W
Lippe-Weissenfeld, Ernst
    Lister-Kaye, Kenelm Arthur, 5th
    Lithgow, James, 1st Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Little, Clement William Robert
Littledale, Robert
    Littleton, Algernon Edward Per
Littleton, Cecil Francis Henry
    Littleton, Charles Christopher ( 1914 ), and was mentioned in despatches
    Littleton, Edith Modwena, and was mentioned in despatches
    Littleton, Edward Thomas Walho
    Littleton, Josceline William
    Littleton, Richard Charles Art
    Littleton, William Hugh, where he was wounded
Livesay, George Augustus Bligh
    Livesay, Robert O'Hara
    Livingstone-Learmonth, Cecil J ( 1914-1915 )
    Livingstone-Learmonth, David J
    Livingstone-Learmonth, Francis, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Livingstone-Learmonth, Hugh
    Livingstone-Learmonth, John Er, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Livingstone-Learmonth, Lestock
    Livingstone-Learmonth, Maxwell ( 1914-1918 )
Livingstone-Learmonth, Nigel J
    Livingstone-Learmonth, Ralph
    Llewellin, John Jestyn, 1st and ( 1914-1918 ), where he was wounded
    Llewellin, William Wigan
    Llewellin-Taylour, Alfred Robe, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lloyd, Ernest Guy Richard, 1st, where he was mentioned in despatches
Lloyd, Lewis John Bucknall
    Lloyd, Meyricke Entwisle
Lloyd, Mostyn William
Lloyd, Owen Robert
    Lloyd, Wilfrid Lewis
    Lloyd-Blood, Lancelot Ivan Nep, with the 5th Royal Dublin Fusiliers, (he was mentioned in despatches)
    Lloyd-Mostyn, Ieuan
    Lloyd-Mostyn, James Pryce, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lloyd-Mostyn, Morys Lancelot, where he was wounded
Lobkowicz, Joseph
    Loch, Edward Douglas, 2nd Baron, where he was mentioned in despatches five times
    Locker-Lampson, Godfrey Lampso ( 1914-1918 )
Lockwood, Richard William Mark
    Loder, Eric Raymond, and he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Loder, Giles Harold
Loder, Robert Egerton, at Gallipoli and Egypt, and was mentioned in despatches
Loder-Symonds, John Frederick
Loder-Symonds, Robert Francis
Loder-Symonds, Thomas Lenthall
    Loder-Symonds, William Crawsha
Loe, Degenhard-Bertram
Loe, Klemens
    Loftus, Guy Alvo Greville
Long, Alfred
    Long, Clement Loftus
    Long, Richard Eric Onslow, 3rd, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Long, Samuel Charles
    Long, Walter
    Long, Wilfred James, in France and Salonika, and was mentioned in despatches twice and wounded
    Longbourne, Alfred Conyers
    Longbourne, Francis Cecil
Longbourne, Hugh Richard
    Longbourne, James
Longbourne, William Louis Jenn
    Longton, Francis Peter
Lonsdale, James Raymond McClin
    Lopes, Henry Ludlow, 2nd Baron, as a staff captain
Lousada, Bertie Charles
    Low, Frederick Stephen
Low, James Morrison
    Low, Stuart
    Lowe, Francis Gordon, 2nd Bt. ( 1916-1919 ), with the Indian Army in Mespotamia, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lowe, John Claude Malcolm, with the Royal Naval Air Service
    Lowis, Ninian ( 1916-1918 ), where he was wounded twice
    Lowis, Penton Shakespear ( 1914-1918 ), on the Western Front
Lowndes, Richard Forbes
    Lownie, James Hood Wilson, in the Royal Engineers
    Lowry-Corry, Adrian
Lowry-Corry, Armar Valentine
Lowry-Corry, Frederick Richard
    Lowry-Corry, Henry Charles, where he was wounded
    Lowry-Corry, Noel Armar ( 1914-1915 )
    Lowry-Corry, Walter
Lowson, Courtenay Patrick Flow
    Lowson, Eleanor Margaret, where she was mentioned in despatches
Lowth, Francis Robert Leslie
Lowth, John Leslie
Lowth, Norman Charles Leslie
    Lowther, Anthony Edward, Viscou
    Lowther, Charles Bingham, 4th B, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lowther, Henry Cecil, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Lowther, Lancelot Edward, 6th E, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Loxley, Arthur Noel
    Loxley, Gerald Herbert
Loxley, Reginald Victor Byron
Loxley, Vere Duncombe
Luard, Charles Elmhirst
    Luard, Edward Bourryan
    Luard, Lowes Dalbiac, and was mentioned in despatches five times
    Lubbock, Alan ( 1915-1918 )
    Lubbock, Alexander Nevile
    Lubbock, Alfred Basil ( 1914 )
Lubbock, Eric Fox Pitt, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lubbock, Geoffrey, where he was mentioned in despatches twice, and wounded
    Lubbock, Guy, where he was mentioned in despatches
Lubbock, Harold Fox Pitt
    Lubbock, Merlin Gordon
    Lucas, Alan Reginald Farrar, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lucas, Ernest Murray
    Lucas, Evelyn Penn, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Lucas, George William, 1st Baro, with the Royal Naval Air Service
    Lucas, Hubert Francis, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lucas, Jocelyn Morton, 4th Bt., where he was wounded and became a POW
Lucas, Thomas Farquhar
    Lucas-Clements, Shuckburgh Upt
    Lucas-Tooth, Archibald Leonard
    Lucas-Tooth, Douglas Keith Luc, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lucas-Tooth, Selwyn Lucas
Ludford-Astley, Alexander Giff
    Lugard, Edward James ( 1915-1919 )
Lumbroso, Umberto
    Lumley, Lawrence Roger, 11th Ea ( 1916-1919 ), where he was wounded
    Lumley, Osbert Victor George A ( 1915-1919 )
Lumley, Richard John
Lumsden, Carlos Barron
    Lumsden, John Fitzhardinge, in France and Palestine
Lupton, Charles Roger
    Lupton, Francis Ashford
Lupton, Lionel Martineau
Lupton, Maurice
    Lushington, Arthur Patrick Dou
    Lushington, Franklin, where he was wounded
    Lushington, Herbert Castleman, , in Yeomanry
    Lushington, Stephen, where he was mentioned in despatches
Lushington, Sydney Edward Jame
    Lycett Green, Edward Arthur, 3r
    Lycett Green, Francis Denis
    Lyle, Archibald Moir Park, 2nd, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lyle, Charles Ernest Leonard, 1
Lynch, Colmer William Donald
    Lynch-Blosse, Cecil Eagles, with Poona Horse
    Lynch-Blosse, Francis Courtena, where he was wounded
    Lynch-Blosse, Henry, 15th Bt.
    Lynch-Blosse, Robert Cyril, 13t
    Lynch-Blosse, Robert, 12th Bt.
Lyon, Edward Lycett
    Lyon, Henry
    Lyons, Henry Edward, 1st and la ( 1915-1919 )
    Lyttelton, Archer Geoffrey, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lyttelton, John Cavendish, 9th ( 1915-1917 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lyttelton, Oliver, 1st Viscount
    Lyttelton, Richard Glynne, where he was wounded
    Lyttelton, Stephen Clive
    Lytton, Neville Stephen, 3rd Ea, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Mabane, William, 1st and last B ( 1914-1918 ), where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
Mac Gregor, John Atholl
    Mac Gregor, Malcolm, of Mac Gre, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    MacAndrew, Charles Glen, 1st Ba, in France
    MacAndrew, James Orr, where he was wounded
    MacDermot, Francis Charles, where he he was mentioned in despatches four times
MacGeough Bond, Ralph Shelton
MacLeod, G. Charles Sholto
    MacLeod, George Fielden, Baron
MacLeod, Ian Breac
    MacLeod, John Mackintosh Norma
    MacLeod, Torquil Bright, 16th o, in Gallipoli and the Middle East
Macalpine-Downie, James Robert
Macarthur-Onslow, Arthur Willi
    Macarthur-Onslow, George
    Macarthur-Onslow, James Arthur ( 1917-1918 )
Macartney, Harold Eric Joseph
    Macartney, Henry Dundas Keith, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Macartney, Hussey Burgh George
    Macartney, James Moore
    Macartney-Filgate, Arthur Melv, with Royal Munster Rifles and Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
    Macartney-Filgate, Dermot Lowt, where he was mentioned in despatches
Macartney-Filgate, Desmond Mau, with the Royal Flying Corps
    Macartney-Filgate, Edward John
    Macartney-Filgate, John Victor, where he was wounded twice
    Macartney-Snape, John Edward, with the Australian Imperial Forces
    Macdonald, Allan Reginald, 11th
    Macdonald, Donald Ronald
    Macdonald, James Leslie Auld
    Macdonald, William Malcolm Bel ( 1915-1919 ), with Canadian Engineers
    Macdougall, Alexander James, 29, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Macdowall, Henry Charles Victo, and was recommended for the Victoria Cross (V.C.), and was a POW
    Macgregor, Robert James M'Conn
Machachlan, Ronald Campbell
Machell, Percy Wilfred
    Mack, Philip John
    Mackay, Kenneth, 2nd Earl of In
    Mackenzie, Allan Keith, where he was wounded
    Mackenzie, Colin, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Mackenzie, Eric Dighton, where he was mentioned in despatches twice and was wounded three times
    Mackenzie, Hector David, of Gai, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Mackenzie, Kenneth Gordon
    Mackenzie, Ramsay Malcolm Bolt, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Mackenzie, Roderick Edward Fra, where he was mentioned in despatches
Mackenzie, Roderick Ian
    Mackenzie, Victor Audley Falco, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded twice
    Mackie-Campbell, Geordie Osmon ( 1914-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Mackintosh, Angus Alexander, of, and was wounded at Ypres in 1914
    Mackintosh, Harold Vincent, 1st
    Mackintosh, Malcolm Arthur Aen, with Cameron Highlanders
Mackworth, Francis Julian Audl ( 1914 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Mackworth, Geoffrey, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Mackworth, Harry Llewellyn, 8th, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Mackworth, Philip Herbert
    Maclachlan, Crawford
    Maclaine, Kenneth Douglas Lorn, where he was mentioned in despatches five times
    Maclaine, Ronald Gillean
Maclay, Ebenezer
Maclay, William Strang
    Maclean, Charles Lachlan
    Maclean, Hector Fitzroy
    Maclure, John William Spencer,
    Macmillan, Maurice Harold, 1st, where he was wounded three times
    Macnab, Allan James ( 1914-1918 ), and was mentioned in despatches
    Macnabb, Rawdon James ( 1914-1918 ), in France and Palestine
Macnaghten, Arthur Douglas, of
Macnaghten, Arthur Edward Hay
    Macnaghten, Balfour, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Macnaghten, Charles Melville ( 1915-1916 ), where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Macnaghten, Edward Harry, of Du
    Macnaghten, Ernest Brander, where he was mentioned in despatches eight times
    Macnaghten, Gillichrist Edward
    Macnaghten, Ronald Frederick, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Macpherson, Ewan George, of Clu, with Scots Greys
    Macpherson, George Denis ( 1914-1915 )
    Macpherson, Thomas, 1st Baron M, with Highland Light Infantry
    Macready, Gordon Nevil, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches five times
    Mactaggart, John Auld, 2nd Bt., where he was wounded
    Madden, Charles Edward, 1st Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Magan, Arthur Tilson Shaen, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Mainwaring, Watkin Randle Kyna
    Mainwaring-Burton, William, with Royal Engineers
    Maitland Makgill Crichton, And, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Maitland Makgill Crichton, Cha, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Maitland Makgill Crichton, Cha
    Maitland Makgill Crichton, Hen, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Maitland Makgill Crichton, Jam
    Maitland Makgill Crichton, Joh, where he was severely wounded
    Maitland, Alfred Henry
    Maitland, Angus Charles Marjor, and he was mentioned in despatches
    Maitland, Claud Archibald Scot ( 1914-1918 )
    Maitland, Frederick Colin, 14th, where he was wounded
    Maitland, George Ramsay, 7th Bt, where he was mentioned in despatches
Maitland, Graham McDonald
    Maitland, John, 6th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
Maitland, Keith Andrew Ramsay, and was mentioned in despatches
    Maitland, Reginald Charles Fre, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Maitland-Heriot, Charles Adria
    Maitland-Heriot, Edward Errol ( 1916-1918 ), with the Royal Naval Air Service
    Maitland-Heriot, Gerald Ian, with 1st Division Artillery, and was gassed
    Maitland-Heriot, Ralph Lionel, with the Royal Field Artillery, and where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded twice
    Makgill Crichton Maitland, Fre, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Makgill Crichton Maitland, Mar, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Makgill, John Donald Alexander
    Makgill, Robert Haldane
    Makins, Ernest, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Makins, Geoffrey
Makins, Hugh
    Malcolm, George Harold ( 1914-1919 )
    Malcolm, Michael Albert James, , where he was severely wounded
    Malcolm, Neill ( 1914-1919 ), where he was severely wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Malet, Alexander Wyndham
    Malet, Clement Hugh Weston Wyn, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Malet, George Edward Grenville
    Malet, Harry Charles St. Lo, 7t, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
Malet, Hugh Arthur Grenville
    Mallett, Douglas Evelyn
    Mallinson, Lancelot Victor
    Mallinson, Stuart Sidney, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
Mandat-Grancey, Jean Charles
    Mander, Charles Arthur, 2nd Bt.
    Mander, Geoffrey Le Mesurier, in the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Field Artillery
Mann, Charles Julian
    Mann, Edward John, 2nd Bt., where he was wounded
    Mann, Francis Thomas, he was mentioned in despatches twice and was wounded three times
    Mann, William Edgar, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded twice
    Manners, Francis Henry, 4th Bar, where he was mentioned in despatches
Manners, John Neville, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Manners, Robert William Orland, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Manners-Sutton, Charles Graham ( 1914-1918 )
    Mannix, Edward John
    Mansel, Charles Pleydell
    Mansel, Eustace Philip Belgrav
    Mansel, Rhys Clavell, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Mansel, William Du Pré
Mansel-Pleydell, Edmund Morton
    Mansel-Pleydell, Harry Percy M, where he was mentioned in despatches
Mansel-Pleydell, Henry Grove M, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Mansel-Pleydell, John Morton
    Mansel-Pleydell, Ralph Morton, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Mansfield, James Cleland, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Mansfield, John Hamilton
    Mansfield, Ralph Sheldon, 4th B, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Mansfield, William Henry Charl, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
March Phillipps de Lisle, Alex
    March Phillipps de Lisle, Ambr ( 1914-1919 ), where he was wounded twice
    March Phillipps de Lisle, John
    March Phillipps, Edward Willia
March Phillipps, Spencer Lisle
    Margesson, Henry David Reginal
    Marindin, Cecil Colvile ( 1914-1918 )
    Marjoribanks, Dudley Churchill ( 1914 )
Marker, Raymond John
    Markham, Charles, 2nd Bt. ( 1918 )
Markham, Montagu Wilfred
Markham, Ronald Antony
    Marling, Percival Scope, 3rd Bt
Marmier, Francois Raynald Etie
    Marsden, Percy, with Hodson's Horse
Marshall, William
    Marsham, Charles, 6th Earl of R, where he was wounded
Marsham, Ferdinand
    Marsham, John Ralph Theodore, where he was wounded
    Marsham, Keith Henry
    Marsham, Sydney Edward
    Marsham-Townshend, Hugh Sydney, where he was wounded
    Marson, Harold Falcon William
    Martin, Charles Hamilton
    Martin, Gerald Hamilton
    Martin, John Bosworth
    Martin, Robert Edmund, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Martin, William Francis
    Martin-Leake, Arthur, V.C. and, he was mentioned in despatches
    Martineau, Horace Robert, V.C., serving in Egypt and Gallipoli
Marwood, Charles Philip Lysagh
    Marwood-Elton, William, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Mason, Glyn Keith Murray, 2nd B, serving in Salonika and Palestine, and was wounded twice
    Massy, Bertie Errol, where he was wounded and became a POW
    Massy, Creagh Ivor, in the Somme, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Massy, Derek FitzGerald, in Mesopotamia, Palestine and Afghanistan, and was mentioned in despatches
Massy, Haworth Peel
    Massy, Hugh Hamon de Moleyns, where he was wounded
    Massy, Hugh Royds Stokes, where he was mentioned in despatches
Massy, Hugh de Hertal ( 1915 )
    Massy, James Eyre
Massy, John Hamon
    Massy, Lawrence Peel, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Massy, Lionel Henry
Massy-Beresford, John Clarina
    Massy-Dawson, Francis Evelyn, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Massy-Westropp, John Francis R
    Massy-Westropp, Ralph Frederic
    Matcham, William Eyre, with the Remount Depot
    Mather-Jackson, Edward Arthur, ( 1917-1918 )
    Mather-Jackson, George Christo, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Mather-Jackson, Henry, where he was mentioned in despatches
Matheson, Alexander Perceval
Matheson, Ian Kenneth
Matheson, Roderick Kyrle
    Matheson, Torquhil George, of L, where he was mentioned in despatches ten times
    Maude, Charles Raymond, and was mentioned in despatches
    Maude, Christian George
Maude, Cornwallis Charles Wynd
    Maude, Edward Frederick
    Maude, Eustace Wyndham, 7th Vis, and was mentioned in despatches
    Maude, Frederick Stanley, and was mentioned in despatches six times
    Maude, George Ashley
Maude, Gervase Henry Francis
    Maude, Hubert William, with the Canadian MMG
Maude, John William Ashley
    Maude, Marcus Beresford, and was mentioned in despatches
Maude, Robert Cornwallis, 6th V
    Maude, Victor Francis, with the Royal Air Force
    Maunsell, Cecil John Cokayne
    Maunsell, Edward Charles Cecil ( 1914-1918 )
    Maunsell, Eustace Ball, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Maunsell, Frederick Guy
    Maunsell, Frederick Henry Robe, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Maunsell, George William, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
Maunsell, George Wyndham
Maunsell, Herbert Stopford
    Maunsell, Ivan O'Grady, with 91st Punjabis and 2nd/89th Punjabis
Maunsell, John William
    Maunsell, Octavius Studdert, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Maunsell, Philip Mountstuart A
    Maunsell, Sydney Augustus Wray, at Gallipoli and the Western Frontier
    Maunsell, Vero St. John, where he was wounded
    Maxse, Ernest George Berkeley, as an Admiralty Control Officer and Military Control Officer in Holland
    Maxse, Frederick Ivor
    Maxwell, Arthur Kenlis, 11th Ba, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Maxwell, Aymer Edward
Maxwell, Eustace Lockhart
Maxwell, Peter Benson
    Maxwell, Richard Sydney Somers, where he was severely wounded
    Maxwell-Heron, Basil Charles M
    Maxwell-Heron, Guy Heron
    Maynard, Francis Herbert, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    McAlester, William Henry Somer ( 1914-1916 )
    McAlpine, Archibald Douglas
    McClintock, John Knox ( 1914-1918 ), and was mentioned in despatches
    McClintock, Robert Lyle
    McClintock-Bunbury, Thomas Leo, where he was mentioned in despatches
    McConnell, Clarence Henry Quen
    McConnell, Horace Lincoln
McConnell, William Clarke
    McCorkell, Barry Francis
    McCoy, Augustine Stanley
    McCoy, Frederic Stanley Richar, with the 1st Australian Pioneer Battalion
    McDonnell, Angus ( 1916-1919 )
McDonnell, Schomberg Kerr ( 1915 )
McEwen, James Robert Dundas
    McEwen, John Helias Finnie, of, where he became a POW
    McFarland, Basil Alexander Tal, with the Artists Rifles
    McGarel-Hogg, Gerald Francis
    McGillycuddy, Anthony John
    McGillycuddy, Arthur Orpen
McGillycuddy, Richard Hugh
    McGillycuddy, Ross Kinloch, The ( 1914-1919 )
    McGregor, Malcolm James Harrin
    McGrigor, Charles Rhoderic Rob
McGrigor, James Neil Grant
    McGrigor, Rhoderic Robert
    McGrigor, William Colquhoun Gr
McKenzie, William Lewis
    McLaren, Florence Priscilla
McLaughlin, Archibald
McLaughlin, Hubert Guy
    McLeod, Archibald Alastair
    McLeod, Murdoch Campbell, 2nd B, with Seaforth Highlanders and General Staff
    McLintock, Henry Foster
    McMahon, Horace Westropp, 5th B, where he was mentioned in despatches
    McMahon, Kellerman Eyre, 6th Bt
    McMahon, Norman Reginald, where he was mentioned in despatches
    McNair, John Ballantyne, in Honourable Artillery Company and Border Regiment
    McNair, William Lennox
McNeile, John
    McWilliam, Henry Hastings, where he became a POW
    Meade, Arthur Vesey, 5th Earl o
    Meade, Charles Francis
    Meade, Edward Brabazon, as Aide-de-Camp on personal Staff, and was mentioned in despatches
    Meade, John Windham, where he was wounded twice
Meade, Richard Gilbert Trevor
    Meade-Fetherstonhaugh, Herbert, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Medlicott, Henry Edward
Medlicott, Stephen
    Medlicott, Walter Barrington, in one of the public school battalions of the Royal Fusiliers
    Melikoff, Maximilian
Mellenthin, Paul
    Mellish, Edward Noel, V.C.
    Mellon, Richard King
    Mellor, James Gerald Guy ( 1914-1918 )
Mellor, Walton
    Menzies, Arthur Briton, with the New Zealand Expeditionary Force
    Menzies, George Wilson, with the 7th Australian Light Horse
    Menzies, Nathaniel Satterfield, with the 7th Australian Light Horse
    Merriman, Frank Boyd, 1st and l ( 1914-1918 ), and was mentioned in despatches three times
    Meston, Dougall, 2nd Baron Mest
Metcalfe, Francis Bramall
Metcalfe, James Beverley
    Methuen, Anthony Paul, 5th Baro ( 1916-1918 ), where he was wounded
    Methuen, Paul Ayshford, 4th Bar
Methuen, St. John Arthur Paul
    Meyer, Frank Cecil, 2nd Bt. ( 1914-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Meynell, Charles Wilfred Lindl
    Meynell, Everard Charles Lindl, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Meynell, Francis Hugo Lindley ( 1914-1917 ), where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Meynell, Robert Alexander Lind, where he was wounded
    Meyrick, Frederick Charlton, 2n, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Meyrick, Walter Thomas
Meysey-Thompson, Claude Henry
    Michell, John Colloyran
Middleton, William Archibald A
    Milbank, Frederick Richard, 3rd, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Milbanke, John Peniston, 10th B
    Milborne-Swinnerton-Pilkington, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Milburn, Archibald William, where he was mentioned in despatches
Milburn, Gerald Richard
    Milburn, John Davison
    Milburn, Leonard John, 3rd Bt.
    Mildmay, Francis Bingham, 1st B ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Miles, Charles William, 5th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Miles, William Henry, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Millais, Geoffroy de Carteret
    Millar, Gerald Arthur
Millar, Gilbert Henry
Millar, Ion Keith
    Millar, Robert Christian Hoyer
    Millar, Robert Hoyer
    Miller, Alastair George Lionel
Miller, Francis Macdonald, with the Australian Imperial Forces
Miller, Frederick William Jose
    Miller, Geoffrey Wallace Mitch, and was mentioned in despatches
    Miller, George Ralph, where he was mentioned in despatches three times and was wounded twice
    Miller, Inglis Francis Rowley
Miller, John Leslie Wellesley
Miller, John Lockhart
    Miller, Thomas George Alexande, where he was severely wounded
    Miller, William Frederick, of G, where he was wounded
    Milliken-Napier, Alexander Len, where he was wounded twice
    Milliken-Napier, Ivan Robert, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Milliken-Napier, Lennox Robert, where he was wounded twice
    Milliken-Napier, William Edwar
Mills, Charles Thomas
    Mills, Frederick Leighton Vict, where he was mentioned in despatches
Mills, R. F. N.
    Milman, Henry Augustus
    Milman, Humphrey Radcliffe
    Milman, Octavius Rodney Everar, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Milman, William Ernest, 6th Bt.
    Milne, George Francis, 1st Baro, where he was mentioned in despatches
Milne, John Theobald
    Milner, Edward
    Milner, James, 1st Baron Milner
    Milner, Marcus Henry
    Milnes-Coates, Edward Clive, 2n, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Minchin, Alfred Hugh, in the 1st Australian Imperial Force
    Minchin, Alfred William
    Minchin, Duncan, with the Australian Imperial Forces
    Minchin, Frederick Frank Reill, where he was mentioned in despatches eight times
    Minchin, Frederick William
    Minchin, Henry Newland, in the 1st Australian Imperial Force, in the Middle East and France
Minchin, Herbert Charles Loder
    Minchin, Herbert Keane, with 16th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force in France
    Minchin, Hubert d'Esterre, with the 28th Battalion, 1st Australian Imperial Force
    Minchin, Hugh Charles Stephens
    Minchin, James Basil, in Gallipoli and France, in 16th Battalion, 1st Australian Iimperial Force
    Minchin, James Humphrey Cotton
    Minchin, Joseph Ernest
    Minchin, Linden James, in the 7th Light Horse
    Minchin, Lionel James, in 16th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces
    Minchin, Noel Beechey ( 1915-1919 ), in the 1st Australian Iimperial Forces
    Minchin, Percival Edward, in 28th Battalion, Australian Impeial Force
    Minchin, Richard Minchin, with the 12th Battalion, Cheshire Regiment
    Minchin, Robert Scott, with the Canadian Army
    Minchin, Sydney Frederick, in 44th Battalion, Australian Iimperial Forces
    Minchin, William Allan
    Minchin, William Percy, with the Australian forces
    Mitchison, Gilbert Richard, Bar ( 1914-1918 )
    Moir, Arrol, 2nd Bt.
Moir-Byres, James S.
    Molesworth, Alec Lindsay Morti, where he was mentioned in despatches
Molesworth, Charles Ernest Wyn
Molesworth, Charles Willoughby
    Molesworth, Edward Algernon, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Molesworth, Edward Hogarth
    Molesworth, Eric Nassau, where he was wounded
    Molesworth, Francis Crofton
    Molesworth, George Nepean
    Molesworth, George Noble, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Molesworth, Herbert Ellicombe, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Molesworth, Hickman Walter Lan
    Molesworth, Hugh Wilson, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Molesworth, John Davenport New, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Molesworth, Richard Cecil ( 1917-1918 ), in the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force
    Molesworth, Richard Piggot, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Molesworth, Robert Murray Nass, where he was wounded
    Molesworth, Selwyn Francis, where he was wounded
    Molesworth, William Earle, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Molesworth, William Nassau, where he was mentioned in despatches twice, and was wounded twice
    Moleyns, Richard Philip Arembe, where he was twice wounded
Molloy, Brian Baskerville
Molyneux, Cecil Richard
    Molyneux, Edward Henry, where he lost an eye
Molyneux-Montgomerie, George F
Momber, Edward Marie Felix
    Monck, Charles Henry Stanley
    Monckton, Charles Arthur Whitm, in India
    Monckton, Frederick Hardy
    Monckton, Reginald Francis Per
    Monckton, Walter Turner, 1st Vi, where he was mentioned in despatches
Monckton, unknown son
    Monckton-Arundell, George Vere, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Moncreiff, Adrian Wellwood ( 1917-1918 ), with Canadian Expeditionary Force
    Moncreiff, Francis Beresford, where he was wounded
    Moncreiff, Norman Halliday
    Moncreiff, Richard Henry FitzH, where he was wounded
    Moncreiffe, John Alexander, where he was mentioned in desptaches and was wounded
    Moncreiffe, John Robert Guy, of, as a submarine commander
    Moncreiffe, Robert Drummond, of, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Moncreiffe, Thomas Gerald Auck, where he was wounded
    Mond, Henry Ludwig, 2nd Baron M ( 1914-1915 ), where he was wounded
    Money-Coutts, Hugh Burdett, 6th ( 1915-1917 ), in Gallipoli and Egypt
    Money-Kyrle, Cecil Leigh, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Money-Kyrle, Roger Ernle
    Monson-FitzJohn, Gilbert John ( 1915-1916 ), where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded twice
    Montagu Douglas Scott, David J, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Montagu Douglas Scott, Francis, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Montagu Douglas Scott, George
    Montagu Douglas Scott, Henry F, where he was mentioned in despatches five times
    Montagu Douglas Scott, Herbert, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Montagu Douglas Scott, Walter, with the Egyptian Army in Sudan
    Montagu Douglas Scott, William
Montagu, Alexander Cyril
    Montagu, Cuthbert Francis, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Montagu, Edward
    Montagu, James Gerard Edgar Dr
    Montagu, Monthermer Stanley Hu, in East Africa, and was mentioned in despatches
    Montagu, St. John Edward, where he was mentioned in despatches
Montagu, Walter Philip
Monteith, John Cassels
    Montgomerie, Alexander James, with the New Zealand Expeditionary Force
    Montgomerie, Archibald Seton, 1, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Montgomerie, Archibald William, with the New Zealand Expeditionary Force
    Montgomerie, Hew Seton
    Montgomerie, Roger Oswald
Montgomery, Andrew Graham
    Montgomery, Basil Purvis-Russe ( 1914 ), with the New Zealand Expeditionary Force
    Montgomery, Bernard Law, 1st Vi, where he was severely wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Montgomery, Donald Stanley
    Montgomery, Robert Maxwell, where he was wounded twice
    Montgomery, Thomas Hassard
    Montgomery-Cuninghame, Thomas, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Montmorency, Arthur Hervé Albe ( 1915-1916 )
    Montmorency, Hervey Guy Franci ( 1914 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Montmorency, John Pratt
    Montmorency, Miles Fletcher, 17
    Montmorency, Reginald D'Alton
Montmorency, Reymond Ligonier
    Moon, Arthur
    Moon, Robert Oswald
Moore, Edward Francis Courtena
    Moore, Ethne Philippa
    Moore, Francis, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Moore, Francis Cecil
Moore, Gillachrist
Moore, Henry Glanville Allen
    Moore, Joseph Roger
    Moore, William Samson, 2nd Bt.
    Moore-Brabazon, John Theodore, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Mordaunt, John Francis Cumberl, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Mordaunt, Osbert Cautley, where he was mentioned in despatches
Moreton Macdonald, Norman Char, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Morgan, Courtenay Charles Evan ( 1914-1918 )
    Morgan, Evan Frederic, 2nd Visc
    Morgan, Vaughan
    Morgan-Grenville, Harry Nugent, he was mentioned in despatches
Morgan-Grenville, Richard Geor, and was mentioned in despatches and was wounded twice
    Morgan-Grenville, Robert Willi, where he was wounded
    Morgan-Grenville, Thomas Georg, he was mentioned in despatches
    Morris, Cedric Lockwood, 9th Bt
Morris, Charles Alan Smith, where he was wounded three times
    Morris, Charles Richard, Baron ( 1914-1918 ), in France and Belgium
    Morris, George Henry
    Morris, Harry, 1st Baron Morris, where he was mentioned in despatches
Morris, John Torrington
    Morris, Percy Byng
    Morris, Tankerville Robert Arm, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Morrison, James Archibald ( 1916-1917 ), where he was wounded
    Morrison, Neil
    Morrison, William Shepherd, 1st, where he was mentioned in despatches three times and was wounded
    Morrison-Bell, Arthur Clive, 1s
    Morrison-Bell, Claude William
    Morrison-Bell, Ernest Fitzroy
    Morrison-Bell, Eustace Widdrin, and was mentioned in despatches
    Morrison-Low, Walter John, 2nd
Morrogh Bernard, Francis, as a Lieutenant with the Royal military forces
    Morrogh Bernard, John Alexande
    Morrogh Bernard, Joseph George, (wounded)
Morton, Robert Brooke
    Mosley, John William Paget
Mosley, Nicholas ( 1914-1915 )
    Mosley, Oswald Ernald, 6th Bt., where he was wounded
    Mosley, Oswald, 5th Bt. ( 1914-1916 )
    Mostyn, Joseph Cecil Mary, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Mostyn, Joseph Edward Hubert
    Mostyn, Pyers George Joseph, 11, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Mott, Adrian Spear, 2nd Bt.
    Moulton, Hugh Fletcher ( 1914-1918 )
Mount, Francis
    Mountain, Brian Edward Stanley
    Mountbatten, Alexander Albert, , where he was mentioned in despatches
    Mountbatten, Leopold Arthur Lo
    Mountbatten, Louis Francis Alb ( 1916-1918 ), in the Grand Fleet
    Moynihan, Berkeley George Andr ( 1914-1916 ), with the BEF
Muir Mackenzie, Robert Cecil, o
Mulholland, Andrew Edward Some
    Mulholland, Charles Henry Geor, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Mulholland, Godfrey John Arthu, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Mulholland, Henry George Hill,
Mulkern, Hulbert
Mulkern, Lionel Henry
    Mumby, Gerald Charles Ross, as a pilot
    Munro, Arthur Herman, of Foulis, with the 47th Division
Munro, George Hermann
    Munro, Hector Charles Seymour, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Murphy, Carlo, with Royal Army Service Corps
    Murphy, Cuthbert Morgan
    Murphy, Cyril Francis de Sales
    Murphy, Harry
    Murphy, James Edward
    Murphy, John Moran
Murphy, Lewis
    Murphy, Norbert Nicholas, with South Irish Horse
    Murray, Alastair Donald Stewar, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Murray, Alexander Edward, 8th E ( 1914 ), where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Murray, Algernon Charles
    Murray, Archibald Digby, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Murray, Archie Alastair Stewar, where he was wounded
    Murray, Arthur Alexander Wolfe, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Murray, Arthur Cecil, 3rd Visco ( 1915-1916 ), with the 1st Canadian Infantry Division in France, and was mentioned in despatches
    Murray, Bertie Elibank, where he was mentioned in despatches five times
    Murray, Cecil de Grey, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Murray, Charles James ( 1917-1918 )
    Murray, Charles John
    Murray, Cyril Alexander George, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Murray, Cyril Francis Tyrrel, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Murray, Douglas Elibank ( 1915-1918 ), with the Australian Light Horse in Palestine
Murray, Edward Douglas
    Murray, Edward Rushworth Blaki
Murray, Fane Wright Stapleton
    Murray, George
    Murray, George Arthur Delmé, where he was mentioned in despatches
Murray, Henry Francis Farquhar, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Murray, Henry James Stewart
    Murray, James Wolfe
    Murray, James Wolfe, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Murray, Kenelm Bold, of Blackba
    Murray, Kenelm Digby Bold, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Murray, Malcolm Donald
Murray, Maurice Austin
    Murray, Philip George Wolfe
    Murray, Reginald Herbert Earn, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Murray, Robert Alexander Wolfe, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Murray, Ronald Thomas Graham
Murray, Rupert Auriol Conant
Murray, William Edward
Murray, William Raymond Croft
    Murray-Moore, Gerald Graham, where he was mentioned in despatches
Musgrave, Christopher
    Musgrave, Christopher Norman, 6, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Musgrave, Edward Christopher, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Musgrave, Francis Edward, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Musson, Harold Methven
Nagle, Gilbert
    Nall, Joseph, 1st Bt., where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Nantes, William Gerald L.
    Napier, Archibald John Robert, where he was wounded
    Napier, Arthur Francis Scott
    Napier, Charles
    Napier, Charles Frederick Hami
    Napier, Charles Macnaughton
    Napier, Donald Charles, where he was wounded
    Napier, Edward Herbert Scott, 4
Napier, Egbert
    Napier, Francis Edward Basil, 1
    Napier, Frederick William Scot
    Napier, John Lenox Clavering
    Napier, Joseph William Lennox, , where he was wounded three times and became a POW
    Napier, Laurence Egerton Scott, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Napier, Robert Archibald, of Me
Napier, Rupert George Carringt
    Napier, Vivian John Lennox
    Napier, William John, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
Napier, William Lennox, 3rd Bt.
    Napier, William Rawdon, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Napier-Clavering, Francis Dona, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Napier-Clavering, Noel Warren, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Nathan, Harry Louis, 1st Baron, where he was severely wounded
Naylor-Leyland, George Vyvyan
Neave, Alexander Lionel Willia
    Neave, Arundell, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Neave, Charles Alexander
    Neave, Edward Arthur, in South-West Africa
Neave, Gerald Vansittart, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Neave, Hugh Alexander, with the Mechanical Transport in Flanders
    Neave, Richard
    Needham, Evelyn Jack, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Needham, Francis Charles Adelb
    Needham, Francis Edward, where he was wounded
    Needham, Francis Henry, with the Australian Imperial Forces
    Needham, Francis Jack
    Needham, Henry, where he was mentioned in despatches five times
    Needham, Robert
    Needham, Robert Philip, where he became a POW
    Nelson, Albert Francis Joseph, in the Australian Imperial Forces
    Nelson, Charles Sebastian Jose, in the Australian Imperial Forces
    Nelson, Henry Edward Joseph Ho, in the Australian Imperial Forces
Nelson, Thomas Arthur
Nepean, Evan Cecil
    Nepean, Evelyn Charles Yorke S, where he was mentioned in despatches
Nepean, Francis Molyneux Yorke
    Nepean, Herbert Dryden Home Yo, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Nepean, Leonard Percyval St. V
    Nesbitt, Edward Arthur
    Nevill, Frederick Reginald
    Nevill, John Henry
Nevill, John Henry Gaythorne
Neville, Bernard Philip
    Neville, Grey Aldworth
    Neville, Henry Seymour, 9th Lor, in the Royal Naval Air Service
Neville, Hugh George
    Neville, Philip Lloyd
    Neville-Grenville, Bertram
    Newall, Cyril Louis Norton, 1st, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Newland, Foster Reuss, in France and Italy, where he was mentioned in despatches seven times
    Newman, Cecil Gustavus Jacques
    Newman, Edward Devon, where he was wounded
Newton, Denzil Onslow Cochrane
    Newton, Edgar Henry, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Newton, Thomas Cochrane ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Nicholson, Arthur Carleton
    Nicholson, Clement Octavius Ed, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Nicholson, George Crosfield No
    Nicholson, Hugh Blomfield, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Nicholson, John Humphrey
    Nicholson, Otho William
    Nicholson, Walter Norris, where he was mentioned in despatches
Nicholson, William Dukinfield
    Nickson, Howard Groves Davis
    Nicolson, Erskine Arthur, 3rd B
    Nicolson, Frederick Archibald, , where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Nicolson, Norman Alexander
    Nightingale, Claud Robert, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Nightingale, Dudley Arthur
    Nightingale, Edward Manners, 14
    Nightingale, Manners Ralph Wil, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Nightingale, Victor Russell Jo
Nivison, Robert Butler
    Nixon, Christopher William, 2nd, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Nobbs, Charles Henry ffrench, where he became a POW from 20 September 1917 to 17 March 1919
    Nobbs, Evelyn Jane, as staff nurse, Choubra Infectious Hospital, 2nd & 3rd Australian General Hospitals, and the 3rd Australian Casualty Clearing Station
Nobbs, George Fletcher, with the 10th Field Artillery Brigade
    Nobbs, George Fletcher
Nobbs, George Rawdon ffrench
    Nobbs, Henry Sydney, the 5th Australian Division Signal Company
    Nobbs, Ivens Satterfield
    Nobbs, Sarah Marie, as a staff nurse with the New Zealand Field Hospital of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force
    Noble, Humphrey Brunel, of Ardm, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Noble, Marc Andrew Patrick
Noble, William Black
    Noel, Arthur Edward Joseph, 4th ( 1915 ), in France
    Noel, Cecil Frederick Gerard ( 1915 ), where he was wounded
    Noel, Darwin Edward, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Noel, Francis Arthur Gerard, with the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force
Noel, Francis Methuen
    Noel, Gambier Baptist Edward, where he was wounded
    Noel, Henry Cecil
    Noel, Hubert Lewis Clifford, with the Royal Army Medical Corps
    Noel, John Andrew Vernatti
    Noel, John Baptist Lucius
    Noel, John Byron, where he became a POW
    Noel, Maurice Waldegrave ( 1914 ), where he was mentioned in desptaches
    Noel, Montague Wriothesley, where he was mentioned in desptaches
    Noel, Norman Philpot Robert, where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded twice
Noel, Tom Cecil
    Noel, William Henry Middleton
    Norman, Henry Nigel St. Valery, and was mentioned in despatches
    Norman, Roland Frank Holdway, and was wounded at the Somme
    Normand, Wilfred Guild, Baron N ( 1915-1918 )
    Norrie, Charles Willoughby Mok, where he was wounded four times and was mentioned in despatches twice
Norrie, George Stuart
    North, Dudley William John
    North, George Eustace Dudley, where he was wounded
    North, Majoribanks Keppel, where he was mentioned in despatches
    North-Bomford, John George
    Northcote, Arthur Frederick St
    Northcote, Charles Montagu ( 1915-1916 )
    Northcote, Cyril Charles Staff ( 1915-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Northcote, Dudley Stafford
Northcote, Edward Stafford
    Northcote, Harold Beauchamp St, in Mesopotamia and Persia
Northcote, Hugh Farrar
    Northcote, Leonard Augustus St, in Gallipoli, Egypt and the Balkans
    Northcote, Robert Henry, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Northcote, Thomas Francis, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Norton, Cecil Herbert
Norton, Leopold Grantley
    Norton, Richard Henry Brinsley, where he was wounded
    Norton, William Reuben
    Norton-Griffiths, John, 1st Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches three times
Norton-Taylor, Hugh Wilson
    Nugent, Albert Beauchamp
Nugent, George Colborne
    Nugent, George Guy Bulwer, 4th
Nugent, Gerald William, as a Captain with the Royal Irish Rifles
    Nugent, Gilbert Charles, 12th E, and was mentioned in despatches and was wounded twice
Nugent, Mark Lavallin O'Reilly
    Nugent, Oliver Stewart Wood ( 1914-1918 )
Nugent, Richard Francis Robert
    Nugent, Terence Edmund Gascoig, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Nugent, William Andrew, and was mentioned in despatches
    Nunneley, Charles Francis
    Nutting, Arthur Ronald Stansmo, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Nutting, Harold Stanmore, 2nd B, where he was wounded
Nye, Reginald Raynor
O'Brien Butler, Capel Desmond
O'Brien Butler, Charles Paget, where he was mentioned in despatches
O'Brien, Aubrey Ulick Marshall ( 1914 )
O'Brien, Desmond
    O'Brien, Donough Edward Foster
    O'Brien, Henry Barnaby, and was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    O'Brien, Henry Eoghan, and was mentioned in despatches twice
    O'Brien, Timothy Carew, 3rd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
O'Brien, Timothy John Aloysius, where he was mentioned in despatches
    O'Brien-ffrench, Alexis Evelyn, with Middlesex Regiment
    O'Brien-ffrench, Conrad Fulke
    O'Connell, Daniel Patrick ( 1917-1918 ), with the New Zealand Rifle Brigade
O'Connell, Donal
    O'Connell, Donal Bernard
    O'Connell, Hugh Gleadowe
    O'Connell, Maurice Charles ( 1914-1919 )
    O'Connell, Maurice James
    O'Connell, Maurice James Arthu, where he was mentioned in despatches
    O'Connell, Maurice Thomas ( 1917-1918 ), with the New Zealand Rifle Brigade, and was invalided
O'Donel, George
    O'Donell, Douglas, Count O'Done
    O'Donoghue, Geoffrey Charles P
O'Donovan, Miles Henry
    O'Donovan, Morgan John Winthro
    O'Donovan, Victor Teige, and was invalided
O'Grady, De Courcy
    O'Grady, Donald de Courcy, where he was mentioned in despatches
    O'Grady, Gerald Francis de Cou, where he was wounded three times
    O'Grady, Henry de Courcy, where he was mentioned in despatches
    O'Grady, Standish de Courcy, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    O'Morchoe, Arthur Donel MacMur
    O'Morchoe, Kenneth Gibbon
    O'Morchoe, Nial Creagh, The O'M, where he was mentioned in despatches
    O'Neill, Arthur Edward Bruce
    O'Neill, Robert William Hugh, 1 ( 1915-1918 )
    O'Reilly-Nugent, Wilfrid Basil, with New Zealand Mounted Rifles
Oakes, Thomas Henry Edmund
Odell, Cecil Henry
Odell, Frederick George
    Odell, Thomas Urquhart ( 1916-1918 )
Ogilvie-Grant, James, 11th Earl
    Ogilvy, David, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Ogilvy, David Lyulph Gore Wols ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded
Ogilvy, Gilbert Mark Haworth, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
Ogilvy, Gilchrist Nevill, of In
    Ogilvy, Lyulph Gilchrist Stanl ( 1914-1915 )
Ogilvy, Patrick Julian Harry S
Ogilvy, William Wickham
    Ogilvy-Grant, Robert Abercromb
    Ogilvy-Wedderburn, John Andrew
Oldham, Wilton Stransham
    Oliphant, Donald Aden
    Oliphant, Frederick Marcus ( 1914-1918 )
    Oliphant, Granville Richard ( 1914-1918 ), where he was wounded
    Oliphant, Henry Gerard Laurenc ( 1914-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Oliphant, James ( 1914-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Oliphant, Laurence Richard ( 1914-1919 )
    Oliphant, Trevor, where he was wounded
Oliver, Richard Edward Deane
    Oliver, Richard John Deane, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Oliver-Bellasis, Richard
    Onslow, Arthur Denzil
    Onslow, Cranley Charlton, where he was wounded twice and was mentioned in despatches
    Onslow, Eric Montague, where he was mentioned in despatches and became a POW
    Onslow, George Arthur
    Onslow, George Thorp
    Onslow, Herbert Frank
    Onslow, Milo Richard Beaumont, where he was wounded twice and was mentioned in despatches
Onslow, Richard Francis John, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Onslow, Richard William Alan, 5, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Onslow, Roger Warin Beaconsfie, where he was wounded
Onslow, Thomas
    Onslow, William Henry, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Orde-Powlett, Amias Christophe
    Orde-Powlett, William George A
    Orde-Powlett, William Percy
    Orr Ewing, Archibald
    Orr Ewing, Archibald Ian
    Orr Ewing, Edward Lindsay, where he was wounded
Orr Ewing, Ernest Pellew
    Orr Ewing, Hugh Eric Douglas
    Orr Ewing, Hugh James
    Orr Ewing, Ian Leslie, where he was wounded
    Orr Ewing, John, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Orr Ewing, Norman Archibald, of, where he was mentioned in despatches five times and was wounded twice
    Orr Ewing, Roy
Orr, Walter Leslie
    Osborne, Edward ( 1916-1918 ), in France
    Osborne, George Francis, 16th B, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded twice
Osborne, Maurice Godolphin
    Osmaston, Bertram Hutchinson ( 1915-1918 ), when he was severely wounded in 1918 and invalided in 1919
    Osmaston, Cecil Alvend FitzHer ( 1914-1918 )
    Osmaston, Gordon Hutchinson, in France and Waziristan
Osmaston, Oswald Camplyon Hutc
Osmaston, Robert Shirley
Otter, Robert John Charles
Owen, Augustus
Pack-Beresford, Charles George
    Pack-Beresford, Henry John, as the Deputy Assistant Adjutant (D.A.A.) and Quarter Master General (Q.M.G.) for the 21st Division
    Packe, Edmund Christopher, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Paget, Albert Edward Sydney Lo ( 1914-1917 ), where he was wounded, and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Paget, Bernard Charles Tolver, he was mentioned in despatches
    Paget, Bernard Leopold, with the Artists Rifles and 2nd/13th London Regiment in France, Macedonia, Palestine and Egypt
    Paget, Cyril Nevil
Paget, Desmond Otho
    Paget, Edward Francis, he was mentioned in depatches
Paget, Francis Austin Elliott
    Paget, Geoffery Moore, he was wounded
    Paget, George Howard, where he was wounded twice
    Paget, George Norrie, he was wounded
    Paget, Gladys Theresa, as a nursing member of the British Red Cross
    Paget, Humphrey, he was mentioned in despatches
Paget, John Christopher
    Paget, Louis Michael Howard
Paget, Michael Theodore
    Paget, Oswald Leopold, where he was captured in 1918 as a Prisoner of War
    Paget, Richard James
    Paget, Roland Edward ( 1915-1916 ), where he was wounded
Paget, Samuel James
    Paget, Victor Frederick Willia, in France
    Paget, Victor William
    Paget, Wellesley Lynedoch Henr, where he was again mentioned in despatches
Paine, James Henry
    Pakenham, Arthur McClellan
    Pakenham, Compton Thomas, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Pakenham, Edward Michael
    Pakenham, George Robin Montagu, where he was wounded
    Pakenham, George de la Poer Be, where he was mentioned in despatches six times
    Pakenham, Hercules Arthur
    Pakenham, Hewitt John Havelock
Pakenham, John Walter Deaven
    Pakenham, Robert Edward Michae
    Pakenham, Thomas, 5th Earl of L, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Pakenham, William Henry Verner, where he was wounded
    Pakington, Herbert Stuart, 4th, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Palk, John Wilmot Mackenzie
    Palk, Lawrence Charles Walter, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Palk, Lawrence Edward Broomfie, in Gallipoli, Egypt and Mesopotamia
    Palk, Lawrence William, 3rd Bar ( 1914-1918 )
    Palmer, Albert John, he was mentioned in despatches
    Palmer, Charles Eric
Palmer, Edward Ducarel
    Palmer, Francis Hubert, he was wounded twice and mentioned in despatches
    Palmer, Geoffrey Frederick Nei, he was wounded
    Palmer, Geoffrey Herbert
    Palmer, Reginald Howard Reed
    Palmer, Robert Henry, he was mentioned in despatches five times
Palmer, Robert Stafford Arthur
    Palmes, Edward William Eustace, and was mentioned in despatches
Palmes, Guy Nicholas
Paramore, Robert Edward Pynsen
Parker, Alfred Ernest
    Parker, Charles Edward
Parker, Cyril Edmund
    Parker, Edmund Robert, 4th Earl, at XI Corps HQ
    Parker, Frederick Archibald
    Parker, George Loveden William
    Parker, Gerald Longley
    Parker, Gerard, he was mentioned in despatches twice and wounded twice
    Parker, Ivo Murray, with the Coldstream Guards
    Parker, John Barnardiston Hyde
    Parker, John Holford, in Royal Engineers
    Parker, John Stanley
Parker, Leonard, where he was wounded
    Parker, Montagu Brownlow, 5th E, and was mentioned in despatches five times
    Parker, Oliver Ivan
    Parker, Robert William
    Parker, Ronald Francis
    Parker, Victor
    Parker, Wilfred
    Parker, Wilfrid Henry
    Parker, William Lorenzo, 3rd Bt, he was mentioned in despatches
    Parker, William Stephan Hyde, 1
    Parker-Jervis, Edward Mainwari, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Parker-Jervis, George, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Parker-Jervis, Humphrey, where he was mentioned in despatches
Parker-Jervis, Thomas
    Parker-Jervis, William Swynfen, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Parkin, Ernest ( 1914-1916 )
Parnell, Geoffrey Brooke
Parnell, Henry Bligh Fortescue, where he was mentioned in despatches
Parnell, William Alastair Dame
    Parry, Lionel Dalton, with the Royal Navy
Parsons, Algernon George
Parsons, Desmond Clere
    Parsons, John Randal
    Parsons, Richard Edward, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Parsons, William Edward, 5th Ea, where he was severely wounded
    Parsons, William Frederick, where he was mentioned in despatches
Partington, James Leslie
    Pasley, Joseph Montagu Sabine
    Pasley, Rodney Marshall Sabine
Pasley, Thomas Edward Sabine
    Pasley, Thomas Edward Sabine, 3
    Paston-Bedingfeld, Edmund Geor, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Patchell, William Neville
    Paterson, Robert Jardine, with the Coldstream Guards
Paulet, Cecil Henry
    Pauncefort-Duncombe, Everard P, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Payne-Gallwey, Lowry Philip
Payne-Gallwey, Maurice Hylton
Payne-Gallwey, Philip Francis
    Payne-Gallwey, Reginald Frankl, in the London Eelctrical Engineers
    Payne-Gallwey, William Thomas
    Peake, Frederick Gerald
    Peake, Osbert, 1st Viscount Ing
Peake, Raymond
Pearson, Francis Geoffrey, with Motor Transport Section, British Expeditionary Force
Pease, Christopher York
    Pease, Edward, 3rd Bt. ( 1915 ), where he was severely wounded
    Pease, Joseph, 2nd Baron Gainfo, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Pease, Nicholas Arthington ( 1914-1918 )
Pease, Oswald Allen, with the Canadian Expeditionary Force
    Pease, Richard Arthur, 2nd Bt.
Pease, Ronald Herbert Pike
    Peck, Ambrose Maynaed
    Peek, Roger Grenville, he was made a prisoner of war
    Peek, Wilfrid, 3rd Bt. ( 1916-1919 ), he was mentioned in despatches
    Peel, Arthur George Villiers, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Peel, Edward John Russell, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
Peel, Herbert Wicksted Ethelst
Peel, Lawrence
Peel, Maurice Berkeley, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Peel, Robert Francis
    Peel, Sidney Cornwallis, 1st an ( 1914-1917 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Pelham, Anthony Ashley Ivo, serving in France and Palestine, and was mentioned in despatches
Pelham, Charles Sackville, Lord
    Pelham, Henry George Godolphin, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Pelham-Clinton, Henry Charles, in the Dardanelles, Macedonia and Palestine, and was wounded twice
    Pelly, Arthur Roland
    Pelly, Charles Hamilton Raymon
    Pelly, Douglas Raymond, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Pelly, Edmund Godfrey, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Pelly, Eric Percy Leonard, where he was wounded
    Pelly, Francis Brian
    Pelly, Frank le Quesne
    Pelly, Harold Alwyne, 5th Bt., in France and Mesopotamia
    Pelly, Henry Bertram, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Pelly, Hutcheson Raymond, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Pelly, John Henry
    Pelly, Kenneth Raymond
    Pelly, Phillip Vincent, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Pelly, Raymond Theodore, where he was mentioned in despatches seven times
    Pelly, Richard Lawrence ( 1915-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
Pelly, William Francis Henry
    Pelpola, Peter Donald, in German East Africa
    Penn, Arthur Horace ( 1914-1918 ), where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
Penn, Edward Hugh Mowbrey
Penn, Eric Frank
Pennefather, Charles Lewis
    Pennefather, John Brodrick, in Gallipoli and Mesopotamia
    Pennefather, William
    Penny, Magnus Herbert Forssman
    Penny, Thomas Algernon Edgar
Penruddocke, Charles
Penruddocke, Thomas T.
Peploe, Keith
    Pepys, Arthur Guy Leslie ( 1914-1916 ), where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches twice
    Pepys, Gerald Leslie, where he was mentioned in despatches
Pepys, Reginald Whitmore
    Percy, Alan Ian, 8th Duke of No
Percy, Henry Edward
    Percy, William Richard, where he was mentioned in despatches twice and was wounded
Perry, Evelyn Walter Copland
    Persse, Cecil de Burgh
Persse, Dudley Eyre R.
Persse, Dudley Francis
    Persse, Edmund Maturin
Persse, Edward Aubrey
    Persse, Gerard Baldwin
Persse, Henry Wilfred
Persse, John Geoffrey, with Australian Forces
    Persse, Reginald Barry Lovaine
    Persse, Richard
Persse, Rodolph Algernon
    Persse, Sydney Henry
    Persse, Thomas Beverley
    Persse, William Arthur
Pery, Cecil de Vere
Pery, Edmond William Claude Ge
    Pery, Edmund Colquhoun, 5th Ear, in Egypt, Gallipoli and Framce, and was mentioned in despatches
    Pery, Harry Reddall de Vere, with the Australian Imperial Force
    Pery, Henry Vernon Horsley, with the Australian Imperial Force, adn was wounded
    Pery-Knox-Gore, Arthur Francis, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Pery-Knox-Gore, Aubrey Edmond, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Pery-Knox-Gore, Ivan Cokayne, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Pery-Knox-Gore, Wilfred Henry, where he was mentioned in despatches
Petersen, unknown
    Peto, Christopher Henry Maxwel, he was mentioned in despatches and wounded
Peto, Clement Henry
    Peto, Geoffrey Kelsall
    Peto, Henry Francis Morton, 3rd
    Peto, James Michael, 2nd Bt., he ws mentioned in despatches
    Peto, Valentine Frank Cane
    Peto, Walter Samuel
    Petre, Bernard Francis
    Petre, Bernard Francis
    Petre, Charles Bernard, with East Lancashire Regiment
    Petre, Edward Henry
    Petre, Henry Aloysius, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Petre, Henry Cecil, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Petre, John Joseph, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Petre, Joseph Austin
Petre, Lionel George Carroll, 1
Petre, Robert John
    Petre, Roderic Loraine, where he was mentioned in despatches seven times
    Petre, Walter Reginald Glynn, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Petre, William, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Petrie, Charles Alexander, 3rd
    Petrie, Edward Lindsay Haddon,
    Petty-FitzMaurice, Henry Willi ( 1914-1918 )
    Philippi, George
Philipps, Colwyn Erasmus Arnol, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Philipps, Ivor
Philipps, Roland Erasmus
Philips, Basil Edwin
Philips, Mark Hibbert
    Philipson-Stow, Elliot Philips
    Philipson-Stow, Guyon Philipso
    Phillimore, Henry Augustus Gre, in Punjab and Palestine
Phillimore, Matthew Arden
    Phillimore, Reginald Henry, he was mentioned in desptaches four times
    Phillimore, Richard Fortescue
    Phillimore, Valentine Egerton
    Phillimore, Walter Godfrey, 2nd, he was wounded and taken as a Prisoner of War (P.O.W)
    Phillimore, William Raigersfel
    Phillips, Harold Lionel, he was mentioned in despatches
    Phillips, Noel McGrigor, serving in the Near East
    Phillpotts, Louis Murray
Phipps, Charles Stewart
    Phipps, Russell Constance Char
Pickering, Francis Alexander U
    Pickthorn, Charles Edward Murr
    Pickthorn, Kenneth William Mur
Pierce, Robert Campbell
    Pierrepont, Gervas Evelyn, 6th ( 1914-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Piers, Charles Pigott, 9th Bt.
    Piers, Claude Pigott
    Pigot, Robert, 6th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
Pigott, Gerald Wellesley
    Pilditch, Philip Harold, 2nd Bt, he was mentioned in despatches
Pile, Cyril John
    Pile, Frederick Alfred, 2nd Bt., he was mentioned in despatches
    Pile, Walter Devereux, he was mentioned in despatches
Pilkington, George
    Pinhey, Kenneth Fleetwood Gord
    Pinsent, Clive
    Pinsent, John Ryland, he was mentioned in despatches four times
Pinsent, Laurence Alfred
Pinsent, Phillip Ryland
Pinsent, Richard Parker
    Pinsent, Roy, 2nd Bt.
Pipe-Wolferstan, Clive Ronald
    Pirie, Patrick Taldo, where he was mentioned in dispatches
    Plat Taylor, St. John Louis Hy ( 1914-1918 ), and he was mentioned in despatches
    Platt, Robert, Baron Platt ( 1918 )
Playfair, Lyon George Henry Ly
    Pleydell-Bouverie, Edward
    Pleydell-Bouverie, Humphrey ( 1914-1916 )
Pleydell-Bouverie, Jacob Edwar
    Pleydell-Bouverie, Jacob, 6th E
    Pleydell-Bouverie, Samuel Will
    Pleydell-Bouverie, Stuart, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Pleydell-Bouverie, William, 7th
    Plowden, Piers Standish
    Plowden, Richard Anthony Aston, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Plowden, Roger Edmund Joseph
    Plumer, Herbert Charles Onslow ( 1914-1918 )
    Plumer, Thomas Hall Rokeby, 2nd
Plunket, Cedric John
    Plunket, Terence Conyngham, 6th ( 1918 )
Plunkett, Algernon Venables
    Plunkett, Edward John Morton D, where he was wounded
    Plunkett, Otway Randal Percy O, with Canadian Forces
    Plunkett, Sydney Wilmott
    Plunkett-Ernle-Erle-Drax, Regi, with the Grand Fleet
Pole-Carew, Wymond Nicholas Ri
    Pollen, Anthony Cecil Hungerfo, he was mentioned in despatches and wounded
    Pollen, Clement Hungerford
    Pollen, Francis Gabriel Hunger, he was mentioned in despatches
    Pollen, John Lancelot Hungerfo ( 1916-1918 )
    Pollen, Stephen Hungerford, he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Pollen, Walter Michael Hungerf ( 1914-1917 ), he was mentioned in despatches and wounded twice
    Pollock, Arthur Jocelyn Colema, he was mentioned in despatches thrice and received a star and two medals
Pollock, Charles Thomas Anderd
    Pollock, Evelyn, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Pollock, Frederick Arthur ( 1918 ), in Royal Engineers
Pollock, Frederick Robert
Pollock, George Henry
    Pollock, Guy Cameron
    Pollock, Harry Clement
    Pollock, Hassard Hume, he was mentioned in despatches twice
Pollock, Martin Viner
    Pollock, Ralph Charles Geoffre, he was wounded
    Pomeroy, Edmund John, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Pomeroy, Francis Knox
    Pomeroy, Ralph Legge, 8th Visco
Ponsonby, Ashley William Nevil
    Ponsonby, Bertie Brabazon ( 1914-1916 ), where he was wounded
    Ponsonby, Charles Edward, 1st B, where he was wounded
Ponsonby, Cyril Myles Brabazon ( 1914-1915 )
Ponsonby, Cyril Thomas
    Ponsonby, Gerald Maurice, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Ponsonby, Guy Evelyn ( 1916-1918 ), where he was wounded
    Ponsonby, Henry Chambré, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Ponsonby, Hubert William, 5th B
    Ponsonby, John, where he was mentioned in despatches 7 times, and was wounded
    Ponsonby, Maurice George Jesse, where he was mentioned in despatches
Ponsonby, Michael Henry
Ponsonby, Spencer Lawrence
    Ponsonby, Victor Coope
    Poole, Frederick Cuthbert, where he was mentioned in despatches seven times
    Poore, Robert Montagu, where he was mentioned in despatches
Poore, Roger
Poore, Roger Alvin
    Pope, Cuthbert John, serving on H.M.A.S. Sydney
Pope, Harold Edward
    Portal, Andrew Wallace, he was wounded
    Portal, Bertram Percy, he was mentioned in despatches
    Portal, Charles Frederick Alge ( 1914-1919 ), he was mentioned in despatches
    Portal, Gervas Edward
    Portal, John Leslie
    Portal, Maurice Raymond
Portal, Oldric Spencer
Portal, Raymond Spencer
    Portal, Reginald Henry
    Portal, Wyndham Raymond, 1st an, he was mentioned in despatches
    Porter, Nicholas Henry Archdal, as a Lieutenant with the 9th Lancers
    Porter, Samuel Lowry, Baron Por
    Porteus, Donald Valpy
    Portman, Edward Claud Berkeley
    Portman, Gerald Berkeley, 7th V
    Portman, Guy Maurice Berkeley
    Pound, Allen Leslie, 3rd Bt. ( 1915-1918 )
    Pound, Graham Trevor ( 1915-1919 ), where he was wounded
Pound, John Russell
Pound, Murray Stuart
Powell, Charles Baden Drury
    Powell, Charles Herbert
    Powell, Douglas, 2nd Bt.
Powell, Gerald Frederick Watso
Powell, Rhys Campbell ffolliot
Powell, Scott
Powley, Alan Denys
    Powley, Clement Edward ( 1914 ), with the Australian Imperial Forces
Pownall, George Harley
    Powys, Horace James
    Powys-Keck, Thomas Charles Ley
    Poyntz, Alban Rahere Castleton
    Poyntz, Hugh Stainton ( 1915-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Poyntz, John Michael
    Poyntz, Richard Stephen Pierre ( 1914-1918 )
    Poyntz, Robert Hugh ( 1914-1918 )
Pratt, Audley Charles
    Pratt, John Charles, 4th Marque
Pratt, Lionel Henry
    Prescott, Richard, 2nd Bt.
    Prescott, William Henry, 1st Bt
    Preston, Edward Hulton, 5th Bt.
    Preston, Hubert Anthony John, where he was wounded twice
    Preston, Jenico Thomas
    Preston, Philip Henry Hulton, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Preston, Richard Martin Peter, where he was mentioned in despatches
Preston, Rudolph Arthur
Preußen, Tassilo Wilhelm Humbe ( 1914-1917 )
    Prevost, George Herbert, he was mentioned in despatches and received two medals and a star
Preysing-Lichtenegg-Moos, Joha
    Price, Cyril Uvedale, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Price, Francis Henry Talbot
    Price, Geoffrey Uvedale, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Price, George Dominic, he was mentioned in despatches
    Price, Harold Rokeby, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Price, James Thirkell
    Price, Kenneth Alexander
    Price, Murray Rokeby, where he was wounded
    Price, Ralph Charles
    Price, Rose Percy Caradoc, he was mentioned in despatches
    Price, Thomas Herbert Francis, he was mentioned in despatches six times
    Price, Thomas Ralph Plumer
Price, Vivian Franklin Lyon Ro
    Primrose, Albert Edward Harry
Primrose, Neil James Archibald
    Prince-Smith, William, 3rd Bt., he was mentioned in despatches
    Prior-Palmer, Otho Leslie
Prittie, Francis Reginald Denn, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Prittie, Henry Cornelius O'Cal, where he was mentioned in despatchesn and was wounded
    Proby, Granville, he was wounded
    Proby, Richard George, 1st Bt.
Proctor-Beauchamp, Horace Geor
Proctor-Beauchamp, Montagu Bar
Prothero, Rowland John
    Pryke, Hamer Forest Stanley, he received a star and two medals
    Pryke, Richard Frederick Norma
    Purey-Cust, Arthur John, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Purey-Cust, Herbert Edward
    Purey-Cust, Richard Brownlow, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Purvis-Russell-Montgomery, Hen, in Salonika, where he was wounded
    Pym, Alexander Ruthven ( 1914 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Pym, Charles Evelyn, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Pym, Claud John
Pym, Francis Leslie Melville
    Quilter, Eustace Cuthbert
Quilter, John Arnold Cuthbert
    Quintal, Albert Robert, with the New Zealand Expeditionary Force
    Quintal, Byron George, with the 1st and 53rd Battalions
Quintal, David Landers, and become a Turkish POW
    Quintal, Edward Lester, with the New Zealand Expeditionary Forces
Quintal, Edward Young
    Quintal, Frank Joseph, with the New Zealand Rifle Brigade
    Quintal, Heywood Lisle, with the New Zealand Expeditionary Force
    Quintal, Ivor Lawrence Ivor
    Quintal, Ralph Henry, with the 7th Australian Light Horse
Quintal, Roy Edwin
    Quintal, Russell Gascoigne Har, with the 53rd Battalion
    Quintal, Thomas Austin, with the 1st Australian Pioneer Battalion
Radcliffe, Arthur Philip Josep
    Radcliffe, Everard Joseph, 5th
    Radcliffe, Henry Joseph Franci
Radcliffe, John Douglas Hender
    Radcliffe, Joseph Francis Edwa ( 1914-1915 ), he was wounded
Radcliffe, Percival Victor Alb
    Radcliffe, Philip John Joseph
    Radcliffe, Roger Chideock Jose
Radclyffe, Charles Edward
    Radford, Arthur William
Radziwill, Nicholas
    Raikes, Geoffrey Taunton
    Rainsford-Hannay, Archibald Go
    Rainsford-Hannay, Donald, and was wounded at Loos
    Rainsford-Hannay, Frederick, of, where he was mentioned in despatches twice and was wounded
    Rainsford-Hannay, John, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Rainsford-Hannay, Ramsay
    Ralli, Leonidas Lucas
    Ralli, Strati, 2nd Bt.
    Ramsay, Alexander Fitzgerald, he was wounded
    Ramsay, Alexander Robert Maule, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Ramsay, Archibald Henry Maule ( 1914-1916 ), where he was wounded
    Ramsay, Arthur George Maule, 14, where he was wounded
    Ramsay, Bertram Home, he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Ramsay, Charles Fox Maule, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Ramsay, Hilton Alexander, he was mentioned in despatches
Ramsay, John Marmaduke
    Ramsay, John Richard
    Ramsay, Norman, he was mentioned in despatches
    Ramsay, Norman
    Ramsay-Fairfax, William George, he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Ramsay-Fairfax-Lucy, Ewen Ayme
    Ramsden, Arthur Amherst, in the ranks
    Ramsden, Arthur Geoffrey Franc, he was mentioned in despatches
    Ramsden, Eugene Joseph Squire ( 1915-1918 )
    Ramsden, Geoffrey Charles Fres ( 1914-1919 )
    Ramsden, Herbert Frescheville, he was mentioned in despatches
    Ramsden, Ralph Western ( 1915-1916 )
    Ramsden, William Havelock Chap
    Rankin, Charles Herbert, he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Rankin, James Reginald Lea, 2nd
Ranking, George Henry
Rapaport, John Lindsay
    Raphael, Geoffrey George, where he was wounded
    Rasch, Frederick Carne, 2nd Bt., he was mentioned in despatches
    Rasch, Guy Elland Carne, he was mentioned in despatches
    Rashleigh, Harry, he was mentioned in despatches
    Rashleigh, John Kendall, he was mentioned in despatches
    Rashleigh, Philip, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Rawlinson, Alfred, 3rd Bt. ( 1914-1916 )
    Rawlinson, Henry Seymour, 1st a
Rawstorne, Thomas Geoffrey
Ray, Archibald Douglas Hussey
    Raymond, John Kimber
    Raymond-Barker, Aubrey Basil, where he became a POW in 1916
Raymond-Barker, Richard Raymon
    Rea, Philip Russell, 2nd Baron
    Reade, George Bookey Swan, with the Canadian Expeditionary Force
Reade, John Henry Loftus, where he was mentioned in despatches
Rechteren-Limpurg-Speckfeld, F
Redern, Wilhelm Heinrich Victo
    Rees, Thomas Wynford ( 1917-1918 ), in Mesopotamia and Palestine
    Reid, Douglas Neilson, of Sprin
Reid, George
Reid, James, where he was mentioned in despatches
Reid, Leslie
    Reilly-Minchin, Henry Falkiner, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Reith, John Charles Walsham, 1s ( 1914-1915 ), where he was wounded
    Remnant, James Farquharson, 1st
    Remnant, Peter Farquharson
    Remnant, Robert John Farquhars
    Renshaw, Charles Stephen Bine,
Renton, Henry Noel Leslie
    Renton, Ronald Kenneth Duncan
    Renwick, Gustav Adolph, where he was severely wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Renwick, Septimus
Reuss zu Köstritz, Heinrich XL ( 1914-1916 )
Reuss zu Köstritz, Heinrich XX
Reynolds, Douglas, V.C., where he was severely wounded
    Reynolds, James Philip, 1st Bt. ( 1915-1916 )
    Reynolds, John Francis Roskell
    Reynolds-Moreton, Claude Antho, where he was wounded
    Reynolds-Moreton, Percy Cliffo, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Rhodes, John Phillips, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
Rhodes-Moorhouse, William Barn
    Rhys, Charles Arthur Uryan, 8th
    Riach, Nigel Malcolm Stewart
    Ribbentrop, Joachim
Richards, Roland
    Richardson, Angus MacDonald
    Richardson, Charles Henry Garn, where he was wounded
Richardson, John Watson
    Richardson-Bunbury, Moutray Fr
Rickard, Victor George Howard
    Riddell, Archibald, in Mesopotamia and Palestine, and was mentioned in despatches
    Riddell, Edward Vansittart Dic, where he was mentioned in despatches five times
    Riddell, Henry James
    Riddell, James Foster
    Riddell, John Balfour, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Riddell, Robert Buchanan, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Riddell, Walter
    Riddell, Walter Robert Buchana
    Ridley, Edward Davenport, where he was wounded
    Ridley, George Arden ( 1914-1917 ), where he was wounded
    Ridley, Gerard Arthur
    Ridley, Jaspar Nicholas, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Ridley, Mervyn Adrian Touchet ( 1914-1919 )
    Rigby, Hugh Mallinson, 1st Bt. ( 1916 )
    Riley, Christopher John Molesw
    Rimington, Michael Frederic
Ripley, Charles Roger
    Ripley, Edward Guy
    Ripley, Frederick Hugh, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Ripley, Geoffrey Arnold, 3rd Bt
    Ripley, Henry William Alfred, 3
    Ripley, Hugh Ivor Emmott
    Ripley, Hugh William Grey
Ritchie, Alexander Stewart ( 1914-1918 )
    Rivett-Carnac, Edward Charles
    Rivett-Carnac, Herbert Gordon
    Rivett-Carnac, James William, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Rivett-Carnac, John Claude Thu
    Rivett-Carnac, Percy Kenneth, in Egypt, Persian Gulf and East Africa
    Robbins, Lionel Charles, Baron
    Robeck, John Michael, 1st and l
    Roberts, Gilbert Howland
    Roberts, Thomas Langdon Howlan, where he was wounded
    Roberts, Walter St. Clair Howl
    Robertson, Brian Hubert, 1st Ba, where he was mentioned in despatches
Robertson, E. C.
    Robertson, Langton George Dunc ( 1917 ), where he was invalided
    Robertson, Robert Bannerman Fr ( 1914-1918 ), with the 9th Lancers, where he was wounded and became a POW
    Robertson, William Robert, 1st
    Robins, Thomas Ellis, 1st and l ( 1914-1918 ), in Egypt, Gallipoli and Palestine, and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Robinson, Frederick Villiers L, where he was wounded twice and was mentioned in despatches
Robinson, Hercules Edward Jose
    Robinson, John Beverley ( 1915-1917 ), where he became a POW and escaped
    Robinson, John Selwyn
    Robson, Harold Burge, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Roche, George Denis Burke ( 1917-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Rockett, Richard Napoleon
    Rodd, Francis James Rennell, 2n, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Rodney, Charles Christian Simo, where he became a POW
    Rodney, George Bridges Harley
    Rodney, Ivor Morgan
    Rodney, James Henry Bertie, where he was wounded twice and was mentioned in despatches
    Rodney, Lennox George Brydges ( 1914 ), where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
Rodney, William Francis
    Rolland, Francis William
    Rolleston, Francis Lancelot
    Rolleston, John Philip ( 1916-1918 )
    Rollo, John Eric Henry, 12th Lo
    Rollo, William Hereward Charle
Rolls, John McLean, 2nd Baron L
Romanov, Oleg Konstantinovich, ( 1914 )
    Rome, Robert Cowper ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Romer, Cecil Francis
    Romer, Charles Robert ( 1914-1918 ), where he was wounded, and mentioned in despatches twice
    Romer, Guy Frederick
Romer, Mark Lemon Ritchie
Romilly, Cosmo George
    Romilly, William Gaspard Guy, 4, in the Coldstream Guards
    Rootes, William Edward, 1st Bar
    Ropner, Emil Hugo Oscar Robert, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Ropner, Geoffrey Vyvyan
    Ropner, Leonard, 1st Bt.
    Ropner, Richard
    Ropner, William Guy
    Rose Price, Thomas, he was mentioned in despatches four times
Rose, A. H. ( 1914 )
    Rose, Cecil Guy
    Rose, Charles Vincent Douglas, where he was wounded and invalided
Rose, Frank Stanley Day, 2nd Bt
    Rose, Harcourt George Sainte C
    Rose, Hugh, 24th of Kilravock, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Rose, Ivor Sainte Croix, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
Rose, Philip Vivian, where he was severely wounded and became a POW
Ross, Arthur John
    Ross, James Paterson, 1st Bt.
    Rothschild, Anthony Gustav, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Rothschild, Evelyn Achille, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Rothschild, James Armand Edmon
Rouse-Boughton-Knight, Thomas
    Rowan-Hamilton, Archibald Jame
    Rowan-Hamilton, Gawain Basil, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Rowlandson, Michael George Dob
Rowley, Charles Ronald
    Rowley, Charles Samuel, 6th Bt.
    Rowley, Clotworthy Wellington, with the New Zealand Forces
Rowley, George Cecil
    Rowley, George Guy Singleton, with the Remount Service
    Rowley, George William, 5th Bt., where he was wounded
    Rowley, Howard Fiennes Julius, where he was mentioned in despatches
Rowley, Joshua Robert
Rowley, Reginald Frederick, where he was wounded
    Rowley, Robin Julius Leigh, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Rowley, William Chambré, 6th Ba
    Rowley, William Joshua, 6th Bt., where he was wounded
    Rowley-Conwy, Rafe Grenville, and he was mentioned in despatches
    Rugge-Price, Charles Frederick, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Ruggles-Brise, Edward Archibal
    Ruggles-Brise, Evelyn Coope
    Ruggles-Brise, Harold Ralph
    Rumbold, Charles Edmund Arden
    Rumbold, Christian Franklyn Ha, in the Persian Gulf
    Rumbold, Edmund Law Hollins
    Rumbold, Hugh Cecil Levinge, where he was wounded
    Rumbold, Thomas Arthur, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Rumbold, William Richard
Rundle, Beaumont, with the Australian Imperial Forces
    Russell, Alec Charles, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Russell, Alexander Victor Fred, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Russell, Arthur Edward Ian Mon
    Russell, Arthur Oliver Villier, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Russell, Claud Frederick Willi
    Russell, Drostan Arthur Cumine
    Russell, Edmond Henry Cecil, with the Australian Imperial Force
    Russell, Edward Frederick Lang, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Russell, Gerald Cyril, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Russell, Gilbert Byng Alwyne
    Russell, Guy Herbrand Edward, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Russell, Hastings William Sack
Russell, Henry Branfill
    Russell, Herbrand Arthur, 11th, where he was mentioned in despatches
Russell, James Cosmo
    Russell, John Albert, where he was wounded
    Russell, John Hardress Cecil, with the Australian Imperial Force
    Russell, John Hugo, 3rd Baron A
Russell, Leonard Cosmo Bolles
    Russell, Sidney Cumine, of Aden
    Russell, Victor Alexander Fred, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Ruttledge, John Forrest, and was mentioned in despatches
Rutzen, Alan Frederick James
    Rycroft, Alfred Richard Hugh, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Rycroft, Henry Frederick
    Rycroft, Julian Neil Oscar, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Rycroft, Nelson Edward Oliver,
    Rycroft, Richard Nelson, 5th Bt
    Rycroft, William Henry, where he was mentioned in despatches seven times
    Ryder, Algernon Frederick Rola, where he was wounded four times
    Ryder, Archibald Stuart Dudley
    Ryder, Aubrey Leveson Dudley, where he was wounded
    Ryder, Charles Henry Dudley
    Ryder, Dudley William
    Ryder, Dudley, 6th Earl of Harr, where he was wounded
    Ryder, Henry Dudley
Ryder, Robert Nathaniel Dudley
    Ryder, Wilfred Ironside
    Saalfeld, Ernst Friedrich Hein ( 1914-1915 )
Saalfeld, Georg Wilhelm ( 1914-1916 )
Sachsen-Meiningen, Ernst Leopo
Sachsen-Meiningen, Friedrich J
Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach, Albre ( 1914-1918 )
    Sackville, Gilbert George Regi ( 1914 )
    Sackville-West, Bertrand Georg
    Sackville-West, Charles John, 4, where he was wounded twice and was mentioned in despatches
    Sackville-West, Lionel Edward,
    Sale-Hill, Alan Rowley, where he was wounded
Salm-Hoogstraeten, Alexander F
Salm-Salm, Emanuel Alfred Leop
    Salt, Harold Francis, in Gallipoli, the Balkans, Palestine and Syria, and was mentioned in despatches three times
    Salt, Thomas Anderton, 2nd Bt., in France, Balkans, Palestine and the Easter Rising
Salt, Walter Petit, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Salusbury-Trelawny, James Edwa, where he was severely wounded
    Salusbury-Trelawny, John Maitl, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Samuel, Edward Louis, 3rd Bt.
Samuel, Gerald George
    Samuel, Gerald Glen
    Samuel, Randolph John
    Samuel, Walter Horace, 2nd Visc ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Samuel, Wilfrid Gilbert
    Samuelson, Bernard Godfrey
    Samuelson, Carol Hubert Franci ( 1917-1919 )
    Samuelson, Francis Henry Berna
Samuelson, Geoffrey Bernard Fi, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Samuelson, Rupert Eric Hubert
    Sanders, Robert Arthur, 1st and ( 1914-1918 ), in Egypt and Palestine, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Sanderson, Basil, 1st Baron San
Sandford, Charles V.
    Sarsfield-Hall, Edwin Geoffrey
Sartoris, Charles Frederick
Satchwell, Ralph William
Satzger von Bálványos, Paul
    Saumarez, James St. Vincent Br, where he was wounded
Saumarez, Reginald Stafford
    Sausmarez, Cecil
Savile, George Keith
Savoia-Carignano, Umberto Mari
Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg, O
    Scarlett, Hugh Richard, 7th Bar, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
Scarlett, Leopold Francis
    Scarlett, Percy Gerald, where he received a mention in dispatches
Schneider, Henri-Paul Antoine
    Schnurbein, Maximilian
    Schuster, Christopher John Cla
Schönborn-Wiesentheid, Joseph
    Sclater-Booth, John Limbrey Ro, where he won two medals
    Sclater-Booth, Walter Dashwood, where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded
    Scott, Charles Baliol
Scott, Charles Brough
    Scott, Denys
    Scott, Geoffrey Thomas Archiba
    Scott, Jervoise Bolitho, 1st Bt
    Scott, John, 4th Earl of Eldon
    Scott, Michael
    Scott, Osmund ( 1916-1918 ), with the Royal Army Service Corps
    Scott, Walter, 3rd Bt.
    Scott-Ellis, Thomas Evelyn, 8th
    Scrymgeour-Wedderburn, Charles
    Scrymgeour-Wedderburn, Henry, o ( 1914 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Seager, George Leighton, 1st Ba, where he was invalided
    Seager, John Elliot
Seager, William Henry
    Seale, Henry Dendy
    Searle, Tom Douglas
    Sebag-Montefiore, Eric Cecil
    Sebag-Montefiore, John ( 1914-1917 )
Sebag-Montefiore, Robert
    Sebag-Montefiore, Thomas Henry ( 1914-1919 ), in France, Belgium, Italy and Germany
    Sebright, Giles Edward, 13th Bt
Seely, Charles Grant, where he was wounded
    Seely, Frank Evelyn, in Egypt
    Seely, Henry John Alexander, 2n, with the Royal Field Artillery, in Italy
    Seely, John Edward Bernard, 1st, where he was mentioned in despatches 5 times, and was wounded
    Selby-Smyth, Miles Bury
    Sergison-Brooke, Bertram Norma, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Seton, Bruce Gordon, of Abercor, where he was mentioned in dispatches
    Seton, Dorothy Beatrix
    Seton, John Hastings, of Pitmed
    Seton, Robert Coote ( 1916-1919 ), with the Australian Forces
    Seymour, Albert Edward, with the Royal Canadian Navy
    Seymour, Archibald George, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Seymour, Arthur
    Seymour, Arthur George, in Mesopotamia
    Seymour, Beauchamp, where he was severely wounded
    Seymour, Charles Evelyn, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Seymour, Charles Hugh Napier, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Seymour, Claude, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Seymour, Edward, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Seymour, Edward Beauchamp
Seymour, Francis
    Seymour, Francis Ernest
    Seymour, Hugh, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Seymour, Leopold Robert, where he was wounded
    Seymour, Ralph Frederick, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Seymour, Reginal Guy, where he was wounded
    Seymour, Reginald Henry, where he was wounded
Seymour, Vere
    Seymour, Vere Hugh, France and Ministry of Shipping
    Seymour, William John
    Seymour, William Walter, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Shakerley, Cyril Holland, 5th B
    Shakerley, Walter Geoffrey, 3rd ( 1914-1916 )
    Shakespeare, Geoffrey Hithersa
Shaughnessy, Alfred Thomas
    Shaughnessy, William James, 2nd
    Shaw, Alexander, 2nd Baron Crai ( 1915-1916 )
    Shaw, Bernard Henry Gilbert
    Shaw, Charles John, of Tordarro
Shaw, Edward Alfred
    Shaw, Edward Wingfield, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Shaw, Frederick Charleton, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Shaw, Frederick William, 5th Bt
    Shaw, James Rowan
    Shaw, Percy Jocelyn, in Mesopotamia and Palestine
    Shaw, Robert Mervyn
    Shaw, Robert de Vere, 6th Bt.
    Shaw-Stewart, Basil Heron, and was mentioned in despatches
Shaw-Stewart, Niel
Shaw-Stewart, Patrick Houston
    Shaw-Stewart, Walter Guy, 9th B, where he was wounded twice
Shaw-Stewart, William Houston
Shelley, Cecil William Charles
Shelley, Ernest Bowen
    Shelley, George Edward, where he was wounded
    Shelley, Hubert
    Shelley, John Frederick, 10th B
    Shelley, Sidney Patrick, 8th Bt
Sheridan, William Frederick Te
    Sherrard, George Charles
Sherston, Somerset Arthur
    Sherston-Baker, Dodington Geor
    Shewell, Edward Warner ( 1914-1918 )
Shiffner, John Bridger, 6th Bt.
    Shirley, Sewallis Robert, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Shoubridge, Thomas Herbert
    Siddeley, Cyril Davenport, 2nd, he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Siddeley, Ernest Hall
    Siddeley, Norman Goodier, where he was wounded
    Sievier, Robert Brudenell-Bruc
    Silley, Joseph William Durk, with Royal Horse Artillery
Silva-Tarouca, Franz Ernst Ign
Silva-Tarouca, Joseph
Silvertop, Francis Somerled Jo
Silvertop, William A.
Simonds, John de Luze
    Simpson, Ernest Aldrich
Simpson, James Cowie
    Sinclair, Robert John, 1st Baro
    Skeffington, Algernon William, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Skeffington, Blennerhasset Joh
Skipwith, Frank Peyton
Skrine, Henry Langton
Slacke, Charles Owen
    Slade, Alfred Fothringham, 5th
    Slade, Gerald Gordon
    Slade, Reginald Robert
    Smiley, John, 2nd Bt.
Smith Cuninghame, Alfred Keith, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Smith Cuninghame, Robert Dick ( 1915-1918 ), where he was wounded three times and was mentioned in despatches
    Smith Cuninghame, William Wall ( 1914-1919 ), where he was wounded twice and was mentioned in despatches
    Smith de Heriz, Cyril Ralph Va
Smith de Heriz, Francis Gerald
Smith, Algernon Lindsay Eric
    Smith, Arthur Francis ( 1914-1918 ), where he was wounded three times
Smith, Arthur George Murray
Smith, Bernard Ridley Winthrop
Smith, Charles Jervoise Dudley
    Smith, Frederick Edwin, 1st Ear ( 1914-1915 ), where he served in France and was mentioned in despatches
Smith, Granville Keith-Falcone
Smith, Herbert Stoney
Smith, Julian Martin
    Smith-Barry, Robert Raymond
Smith-Cumming, Alastair Mansfi, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Smith-Dorrien, Horace Lockwood ( 1914-1918 )
Smith-Rewse, Henry Bingham Whi
    Smyth-Osbourne, George Nowell
    Smyth-Osbourne, John Greville, where he became a POW
Smyth-Osbourne, Wilfrid
    Snell, Alfred Rockwell, with the 19th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force, and was wounded twice
    Snell, Henry Irwin, with the 22nd MG Battalion and 17th Infantry Battalion
Sneyd, Thomas Humphrey
Solemacher, Johann Friedrich
    Somers Cocks, Arthur Percy, 7th ( 1915-1917 ), with the Canadian Forces
Somerset, Alan Wyndham
    Somerset, Arthur Plantagenet F ( 1915 ), where he was wounded
    Somerset, Charles William Henr, in France, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Somerset, Charles Wyndham
    Somerset, Edward Henry ( 1914 ), in German South West Africa with Cullinan's Horse, and in France, Egypt and British East Africa with the South African Infantry
Somerset, FitzRoy Aubrey
    Somerset, FitzRoy Henry ( 1914 )
    Somerset, Henry Charles Somers, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Somerset, Henry George FitzRoy, in the Australian Imperial Force
    Somerset, Malcolm Bruce, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Somerset, Nigel FitzRoy, he was wounded twice and mentioned in despatches thrice
Somerset, Norman Arthur Henry
    Somerset, Richard Granville, he was wounded twice
Somerset, Villiers Henry Plant
    Somerset, Wellesley FitzRoy, he was wounded
    Somerset-Johnstone, James Mont
Sopwith, Reginald Scott
    Southwell, Robert Arthur Willi
Spearman, Alexander Young Craw
    Speir, Kenneth Robert Napier
Speke, Hugh
    Spencer, Albert Edward John, 7t ( 1917-1918 ), and was wounded
    Spencer, Almeric Arthur Willia ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Spencer, Aubrey Vere ( 1914-1918 ), being mentioned in despatches
    Spencer, Cecil Edward Robert, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Spencer, Edward Almeric ( 1914-1918 ), , and was wounded
    Spencer, Francis Elmhirst ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches five times
Spencer, Henry Beresford ( 1914-1918 )
    Spencer, John Almeric Walter ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Spencer, Richard Augustus ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Spencer, Victor Alexander, 2nd ( 1914-1918 )
    Spencer-Churchill, Charles Ric ( 1914-1918 )
    Spencer-Churchill, Edward Geor ( 1914-1918 ), and was wounded twice
    Spencer-Churchill, Ivor Charle ( 1917-1918 )
    Spencer-Churchill, John Albert ( 1914-1918 )
    Spencer-Churchill, John Strang ( 1914-1918 ), where he was again mentioned in despatches
    Spielmann, Ferdinand Isidore
Spread, Frederick Bradshaw Dea
    Spring Rice, Charles, 5th Baron
Spring Rice, Gerald
    Spring, Albert
    Spring, Frederick Gordon, he was mentioned in despatches five times
    Spring, Trevor Coleridge
Spurway, Alexander Popham
Spurway, George Vyvyan
Spurway, Richard Popham
    St. Aubyn, Edward Geoffrey, where he was mentioned in despatches
    St. Aubyn, Edward Stuart
St. Aubyn, Erskine Knollys Hev, where he was mentioned in despatches
    St. Aubyn, Francis Cecil Ord, 3, where he was wounded twice
    St. Aubyn, Lionel Michael, where he was mentioned in despatches
St. Aubyn, Morice Julian
    St. Aubyn, Piers Stewart
St. Clair, Charles Matthew Dun
    St. Clair-Erskine, Francis Edw, where he was wounded
    St. Clair-Erskine, James Franc ( 1915-1917 )
    St. George, Clifford Fortescue
St. George, Howard Avenel Blig
St. George, John Christopher
    St. John, Arthur Beauchamp, where he was mentioned in despatches
    St. John, Charles Edward Flemi
    St. John, Edmund Farquhar ( 1914-1917 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    St. John, Ferdinand John
    St. John, Francis Gerald, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    St. John, Frederick Oliver
    St. John, Geoffrey Robert, where he was mentioned in despatches
    St. John, Henry Beauchamp
St. John, Herbert Newell
    St. John, Richard, where he was mentioned in despatches
    St. John, Richard Stukeley, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    St. John, Rowland Tudor, where he was mentioned in despatches
    St. John, St. Andrew Oliver ( 1914-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    St. John-Mildmay, Anthony, 8th, where he was wounded twice
St. John-Mildmay, Bouverie Wal
    St. John-Mildmay, George
    St. John-Mildmay, Paulet Bertr
    St. John-Mildmay, Walter Herve
St. Leger, St. John Richard
St. Quintin, Clifford Jack
    Stacpoole, Edward Hubert Micha, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Stacpoole, Francis Gustave, where he was wounded
    Stacpoole, George Edward Josep
Stacpoole, George Eric Guy
    Stacpoole, George William Robe
    Stacpoole, Richard Hassard
Stacpoole, Robert Andrew
Stacpoole, Roderick Algernon A, where he was mentioned in despatches
Stafford-King-Harman, Edward C
    Stanhope, Isabella Olave, where she was mentioned in despatches
Stanhope, Richard Philip
Stanhope, Talbot FitzRoy Eden
    Stanley, Alan Sidney Wentworth
    Stanley, Algernon Francis, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Stanley, Charles Henry
    Stanley, Edmund Stewart, where he was wounded
    Stanley, Ferdinand Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Stanley, Frederick William, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Stanley, George Frederick, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Stanley, John William
    Stanley, Victor Albert ( 1914 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
Stannus, Thomas Robert Alexand
    Staples, Robert George Alexand
    Stapleton, Louis Henry
Stapleton, Thomas
Stapleton-Bretherton, Osmond F
Stapleton-Bretherton, Wilfrid
    Stapleton-Cotton, Francis Lync ( 1916-1919 ), where he was wounded
    Stapleton-Cotton, Richard Grev
    Stapleton-Cotton, Robert Franc
Stephenson, Denys George
    Stevenson, Samuel Delano
    Stevenson-Hamilton, James, 16th, in Gallipoli and Egypt
Steward, Arthur Amyot
    Steward, Edward Merivale
    Stewart, Adrian Harry
    Stewart, Algernon Bingham Anst
    Stewart, Charles Frederic Some
Stewart, Geoffrey
Stewart, George Cecil
    Stewart, John, where he was mentioned in despatches
Stewart, Keith Anthony
    Stewart, Randolph Algernon Ron
Stewart, Walter Robert
    Stewart, William Nassau
    Stewart-Brown, Hamilton
    Stewart-Brown, Leslie
    Stewart-Brown, Ronald
Stewart-Murray, George
    Stewart-Murray, James Thomas, 9, where he was wounded, and captured and held as a POW
    Stewart-Murray, John George, 8t, where he was again mentioned in despatches
    Stewart-Richardson, Arthur Jam
    Stewart-Richardson, Edward Aus
    Stewart-Richardson, John Henry
Stewart-Richardson, John Laude
    Stewart-Richardson, Neil Graha
    Stewart-Richardson, Robert Mon, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Stewart-Savile, Derek Noel, and was mentioned in despatches
    Stewart-Savile, Robert Stewart
    Stewart-Savile, Walter, with Dorset Yeomanry
    Stirling, Archibald, of Keir, in Gallipoli and Egypt
Stobart, John Geoffrey
    Stockley, Hugh Roderick ( 1917-1918 ), with the Mesopotamian Expeditioanry Force, and was again mentioned in despatches
Stockley, James Pearson
    Stockwell, Clifton Inglis
    Stoke-Roberts, Arthur Edward
    Stoke-Roberts, Edward Rowland
Stolberg-Rossla, Jost
Stolberg-Wernigerode, Wolf Ern
    Stoney, Edward Bowes, with the Royal Army Medical Corps
Stoney, Francis George Duncan
Stoney, George Francis, with the 72nd Seaforth Highalnders
    Stoney, Gerald Johnstone Lipye
    Stoney, Henry Howard, with the 64th Staffordshire Regiment
    Stoney, Johnstone Percy Lipyea, where he was wounded
    Stoney, Leigh Sadleir
    Stoney, Patrick Sinclair, with the 26th Punjabis
    Stoney, Ralph Durrant Sadleir, where he was mentioned in despatches
Stoney, Thomas Ramsay
Stonor, Cuthbert Mary Anthony
Stonor, Howard Carew
    Stopford Sackville, Lionel Cha, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Stopford, Arthur
    Stopford, Charles William, where he was wounded, and mentioned in despatches
    Stopford, Frederick Victor
    Stopford, Frederick William
    Stopford, George Christian Noe ( 1914-1915 ), where he was wounded
    Stopford, George Waller
    Stopford, Grosvenor Francis ( 1915-1920 ), where he was wounded
    Stopford, Guy
Stopford, Heneage Frank
    Stopford, James Richard Nevill ( 1914 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Stopford, Lionel Arthur Montag ( 1914-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Stopford, Lionel Montagu Phipp
    Stopford, Montagu George North, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Stopford, Montagu Henry Aubrey ( 1914-1915 )
    Stopford, Robert Maurice, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Stopford, Walter John, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Stotherd, Sydney Boyle
    Stourton, Alfred Edward Corbal
    Stourton, Rudolph Henry Philip, where he was wounded
    Stourton, William Marmaduke, 26, where he was mentioned in despatches
Stourton-Langdale, Edward Fran
Straubenzee, Charles Turner
    Strickland, Henry
    Strutt, Edward Lisle ( 1914-1919 ), where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches four times
    Strutt, Geoffrey St. John ( 1914-1917 ), where he was wounded
Strutt, Richard Neville
Stuart, Andrew John, Viscount S
    Stuart, Archibald John Morton,
    Stuart, Arthur, 7th Earl Castle, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Stuart, Burleigh Francis Brown, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Stuart, Charles
Stuart, Charles Erskine
Stuart, Edgar Archibald
    Stuart, Francis Douglas, 18th E, where he was wounded
    Stuart, Henry Campbell
    Stuart, James Gray, 1st Viscoun, where he was mentioned in despatches
Stuart, Kenneth Freemantle
Stuart, Robert James Noel
Stuart, Robert Sheffield
    Stuart, Ronald Neil, V.C.
    Stuart, William Dugald
Stuart, William Esmé Montague
    Stuart-Hamilton, Henry Rudston
    Stuart-Linton, Charles Edward ( 1914-1918 ), with the Canadian Expeditionary Force
    Stucley, Humphrey St. Leger
Studd, Francis Cyril Rupert
Studd, Lionel Fairfax
    Studdert, Augustine FitzGerald
    Studdert, Charles Handcock
    Studdert, Francis Perceval
    Studdert, George Henry
    Studdert, John Herbert
    Studdert, Reginald Hallam
    Studdert, Richard
    Studdert, Robert Hallam, and was mentioned in despatches five times
    Studdert, Thomas George Herber
Studholme, Lancelot Joseph Moo
Sturt, Gerard Philip Montagu N
Summers, Alfred Spencer Mason
    Sumner, Benedict Humphrey ( 1914-1917 )
Sundius Smith, Ronald Christia
    Sutherland, Halliday Gibson ( 1914-1918 )
Sutton, Fergus Algernon
    Sutton, Richard Vincent, 6th Bt, where he was mentioned in despatches twrice and was wounded twice
Swift, Wilfrid Harold
    Swinton, Edulf Bentinck, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Syer, Hubert Lionel
    Sykes, Alfred ( 1916-1918 ), with the 1st Canadian Pioneers
    Sykes, Charles Henry, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Sykes, John Henry
Symons, Hubert
    Synge, Alan Hamilton Stuart
Synge, Allen Francis
Synge, Francis Patrick Hamilto
    Synge, Robert Follett Muter Fo
    Synge, Robert Millington, where he was wounded twice
    Synge, William Alfred Thackera
Tailby, T. M. T.
Taine, James Tayne
Talbot Rice, John Arthur
    Talbot, Arthur Aston
    Talbot, Arthur George
    Talbot, Arthur Hervey
    Talbot, Cecil Ponsonby, in submarines, where he was mentioned in dispatches
    Talbot, Douglas Hervey
Talbot, Edward Charles
    Talbot, Edward Keble, where he was mentioned in dispatches
    Talbot, Frank Eustace George
    Talbot, George Reginald FitzRo, where he was mentioned in dispatches in India
Talbot, Gilbert Walter Lyttelt
    Talbot, Henry FitzRoy George, where he was mentioned in dispatches
    Talbot, Neville Stuart, where he was mentioned in dispatches
Talbot, Reginald Fitzroy
    Talbot-Crosbie, Maurice Bertie
    Tancred, Bertram Selby
    Tarleton, Gerald Weldon Browne
Tarratt, Duncan McNeill Fox
Tarratt, William Stewart
    Tate, Henry Burton
    Taylor, Alfred Jesse, 1st Baron, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Taylor, Henry Wallace, including Gallipoli, where he was wounded
Taylor, Hugh
    Taylor, Richard Edward Montagu
Taylor, Seymour George Frederi
    Taylour, Basil Reginald Hamilt ( 1915-1918 )
    Taylour, Geoffrey Thomas, 4th M ( 1915-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Taylour, George Ryefield, with 7th Division
    Telfer Smollett, Alexander Pat
    Tempest, Roger Stephen, where he was mentioned in despatches
Tennant, Alan
Tennant, Charles
Tennant, Edward Wyndham
    Tennant, Ernest William Dalrym
    Tennant, Francis Michael, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Tennant, Henry
Tennant, John Amherst
Tennant, John Edward ( 1914-1918 ), serving in France and Mesopotamia, and was mentioned in despatches five times
    Tennant, Mark
Tennant, William Galbraith
    Tetley-Jones, William
    Thellusson, Hugh Edmund, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Thesiger, Bertram Sackville, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Thesiger, Eric Richard, where he was wounded twice and mentioed in despatches twice
    Thesiger, Ernest Frederic Grah ( 1914-1915 ), with the Q.V. Rifles
Thesiger, Frederic Ivor
    Thesiger, George Handcock ( 1914-1915 ), where he was metnioned in despatches
    Thesiger, Gerald Edward Peirso
    Thesiger, Percy Mansfield, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Thesiger, Wilfred Gilbert, where he was mentioned in despatches
Thompson, Richard Henry Vaugha
Thomson, A. Y. G.
    Thomson, Christopher Birdwood,
    Thomson, Harold Lyon
    Thomson, Roger Gordon, where he was mentioned in despatches five times and was wounded
Thorne, Thomas Fleetwood Josep
Thorpe, John Somerled
    Throckmorton, Basil Charles Da
    Throckmorton, Geoffrey Berkele ( 1914-1918 ), where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Throckmorton, Herbert John Ant
    Throckmorton, Richard Courtena ( 1914-1916 )
Thurn und Taxis, Egon
Thynne, Alexander George ( 1914-1917 ), where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded
    Thynne, Algernon Carteret
    Thynne, Denis Granville
    Thynne, George Augustus Carter
    Thynne, Hugh Edward, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Thynne, John Alexander, Viscoun
    Thynne, Richard Granville, where he was wounded
    Thynne, Ulric Oliver, where he was again mentioned in despatches
    Tillard, Arthur George
Tillard, Philip Algernon
    Timothy, William Nicholas Rola, with the New Zealand Expeditionary Force
    Tindal, Ralph
Tippet, Charles Henry
    Tippet, Herbert Charles Coning, at the Somme and Passchendale
Tippet, John Viivan
    Tizard, Henry Thomas
    Toler-Aylward, Hector James
    Toler-Aylward, Victor George
Tollemache, Bevil Douglas
    Tollemache, Humphrey Douglas
    Tollemache, Humphrey Thomas, 6t
Tollemache, John Eadred
Tollemache-Tollemache, Leo Qui
    Tomlin, George Garrw
    Tonge, Cecil Graham, including service on Lake Nyasa
    Tottenham, Francis
    Tottenham, Ponsonby John Loftu
    Tovey, George Strangways ( 1914-1918 )
    Tovey, John Cronyn, Baron Tovey, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Towers-Clark, William Tidswell ( 1914-1919 )
    Towneley-Bertie, Montagu Henry, where he was wounded
    Towneley-O'Hagan, Maurice Herb
Townsend, Arthur FitzHenry
    Townsend, Cuthbert Hanson, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Townsend, Edward Neville, where he was mentioned in despatches, severely wounded and became a POW
    Townsend, Edward Richard
Townsend, Francis Edward Steav
    Townsend, John Walter Elmsley, in Crete
    Townsend, Percy Dalrymple
    Townshend, Charles Richard de
    Townshend, Hugh, with Royal Engineers
    Trafford, Charles Alan Cathcar, in France
    Trafford, Edward Aloysius
    Trafford, Geoffrey Edmond, where he was wounded
Trafford, Henry Joseph
    Trafford, Herman St. Michael, where he was wounded
    Trafford, Hubert Edmund Franci, where he was wounded
    Trafford, Humphrey Edmund, 4th, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Trafford, Oswald
Trafford, Ralph Eric Galfrid A
Trafford, Reginald Francis
    Trafford, Rudolph Edgar Franci, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Trafford, Thomas Cecil, where he was wounded
    Traill, Alexander Frederick
    Traill, Anthony O'Brien
    Traill, Edmund Francis Tarleto
    Traill, Henry Edward O'Brien, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Traill, William Stewart, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Tredcroft, Cyril Arthur Lennox
Trefusis, Arthur Owen
    Trefusis, Francis Mackworth ( 1915-1917 ), as a Chaplain of the Forces
    Trefusis, George Rodolph
    Trefusis, Haworth Walter
    Trench, Claude Llewellyn Pomer, where he won two medals
Trench, Derrick Le Poer
    Trench, Desmond Patrick, where he was wounded
    Trench, Frederic FitzCurrie
Trench, Frederic Sydney ( 1914-1916 ), where he was wounded three times
Trench, Frederick Charles Bloo
    Trench, Geoffrey FitzLouis, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Trench, George Frederick ( 1914-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Trench, Nugent Charles
Trench, Percy Richard Oliver
    Trench, Walter Frederick Olive ( 1917-1919 )
    Trench-Gascoigne, Alvary Dougl, where he was mentioned in despatches
Trevor-Roper, Charles Cadwalad
Trevor-Roper, Geoffrey
Trevor-Roper, Hubert
Tribe, Charles Walter
    Tritton, Claude Henry
    Trollope, Arthur Grant, 13th Bt, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Trollope, Clive Heseltine, with the 9th Australian Field Ambulance
    Trollope, Leonard Edward Annes, with the Royal Garrison Artillery
Trollope, Thomas Carew, 3rd Bar
Trotter, Edward Henry
Trotter, Reginald Baird
Trousdell, Maurice George
Trumbull, John Franklin
Truscott, Cyril Alfred
    Truscott, Eric Homewood Stanha
Truscott, Francis George, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Truscott, James Ralph
    Truscott, Roy Francis
Tryon, Richard
    Tuck, Desmond Adolph
    Tuck, William Reginald, 2nd Bt.
    Tufton, John Sackville Richard, and was mentioned in despatches
Tupman, Arthur Lyon
    Turner, Bingham Alexander
    Turnour, Edward, 6th Earl Winte ( 1914-1918 ), in Gallipoli, Egypt and the Hedaz
Tuyll van Serooskerken, Mauric
    Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, All, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Car
    Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Cec, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Eus, in Flanders and the Darndenelles
    Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Geo
    Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Geo, as Area Commandant, Flanders
    Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Ivo, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Joh
    Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Joh, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Lau, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Nat, in Mesopotamia and Palestine, and was mentioned in despatches
    Tyndale-Biscoe, Cecil Julian, with the Royal Field Artillery
    Tyndale-Biscoe, Edward Carey ( 1914-1919 ), on the HQ Staff, India
    Tyndale-Biscoe, Julian Dallas, where he was mentioned in despatches five times
Tyrrell, Francis Chichester Vi
Tyrrell, Hugo William Louis
    Tyrwhitt, Leonard Francis, where he was wounded
Upjohn, William Moon
    Ussher, Allan Vesey, where he was mentioned in despatches, and was wounded at the Battle of Loos
    Ussher, Arland
    Van de Weyer, Bates Grimston ( 1914-1915 ), where he was wounded and became a POW
    Van de Weyer, Jean Bates ( 1917 )
Vandeleur, Alexander Moore
    Vanden-Bempde-Johnstone, Granv, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Vane, Christopher William, 10th, where he was wounded twice
Vane-Tempest, Charles Stewart
    Vane-Tempest, Ernest Charles W, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Vane-Tempest-Stewart, Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Vanneck, Andrew Nicholas Armst
    Vanneck, Joshua Walter Hunting
    Vans Agnew, John Burns, of Baro, where he was wounded
    Vans Agnew, John, of Barnbarroc
Vansittart, Arnold Bexley
    Vansittart, Eden ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Vaudrey-Barker-Mill, William C
    Vaughan Williams, Ralph
    Vaughan, Ernest Edmund Henry M, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Vaughan, Eugène Napoléon Ernes, where he was mentioned in despatches
Vaughan, George Edmund, where he was mentioned in despatches
Vavasour, George Marmaduke
    Venables, Charles John
    Venables, William Alfred ( 1915-1919 )
Venables-Vernon, William Walte
Vequel-Westernach, Karl
    Vere Drummond, George Henry, where he was wounded
    Vere, Robert Stephen Vere
    Vereker, Charles Granville
    Vereker, George Gordon, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Vereker, John Cayzer Medlicott
    Vereker, John Standish Surtees, where he was mentioned in despatches eight times and was wounded three times
    Vereker, Maurice Charles Prend
Vereker, Robert Humphrey Medli
    Vereker, Standish Henry Prende, attached to the British Forces in the Cameroons and Mounted Infantry
    Vereker, Standish Robert Gage, , where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded three times
    Vereker, Stanley Lloyd Medlico
    Verner, Charles George ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Verner, Guy William Hay
    Verney, Harry Calvert Williams
    Verney, Ralph, 1st Bt., where he was wounded
    Vernon, Courtenay Robert Percy
Vernon, Herbert Douglas
    Vernon, Humphrey Bagnall
Vernon, William Hamo
    Vesey, Charles Edward Gore, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Vesey, Ivo Lucius Beresford, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Vesey, Osbert Eustace, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Vesey, Thomas Eustace, where he was wounded twice
    Vesey, Yvo Richard, 5th Viscoun
    Villiers, Algernon Edward
Villiers, Algernon Hyde
    Villiers, Charles Hyde, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Villiers, Charles Walter, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Villiers, Eric Hyde, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Villiers, Francis Edward Earle
    Villiers, George Dumba
    Villiers, George John Theodore, where he was wounded
    Villiers, Gerald Berkeley
Villiers, Henry Lister
    Villiers, Oliver George Graham, where he was mentioned in despatches
Villiers, William Earle
    Villiers-Stuart, Charles Herbe
Villiers-Stuart, Desmond de la
    Villiers-Stuart, John Patrick, where he was mentioned in despatches five times
    Villiers-Stuart, William Desmo, where he mentioned in despatches three times
Vincent, Charles
    Vivian, Hugh
Vollenhoven, Joost
    Wadeson, Frederick William Geo ( 1914-1917 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Wagstaff, Cyril Mosley, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Wake, Baldwin St. Aubyn
Wake, Charles Baldwin Drury
    Wake, Drury St. Aubyn, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Wake, Edward St. Aubyn
    Wake, Frank Eyre
    Wake, Godwin Rupert, and was mentioned in despatches four times
    Wake, Hereward, 13th Bt., and was mentioned in despatches four times
Wake, Hugh St. Aubyn
Wakeman, Edward Offley Rouse ( 1915 )
Wakley, Bertram Joseph
Waldburg zu Wolfegg und Waldse
    Waldburg zu Wolfegg und Waldse
Waldeck und Pyrmont, Wolrad ( 1914 )
Waldegrave, Edmund John
Walford, Garth Neville, V.C.
    Walford, George Henry, he was mentioned in despatches
    Walford, Luit Alexander Ellis
    Walford, Luit Hamilton Stewart
    Walker, Claude Edward Forestie, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Walker, Claude Frederick, where he was mentioned in dispatches twice
Walker, Frederick Charles
    Walker, George Townshend Fores, where he was mentioned in despatches nine times
Walker, Oswald Bethell
Walker, Reginald, he was mentioned in despatches
    Walker, Wilfred Beckett
    Walker, William Hall, 1st Baron
    Walker-Heneage-Vivian, Algerno
    Walker-Munro, Edward Lionel
    Walker-Munro, Ian Charles Rona, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Wallace, Alexander Moultrie
    Wallace, Hugh
Waller, Francis Ernest, 4th Bt.
    Waller, Stanier Edmund William, in Gallipoli, Egypt and France
    Waller, Wathen Arthur, 5th Bt. ( 1914-1918 )
    Wallop, Gerard Vernon, 9th Earl
Walmesley, Richard
Walters, Edward Charles
    Walthall, Brian James Delves, where he was wounded
    Walthall, Edward Charles Walth, where he was mentioned in despatches six times
    Walthall, Henry Douglas Delves
    Wanger, Walter F.
    Ward, Arnold Sandwith
    Ward, Bernard Mordaunt
    Ward, Charles Humble, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Ward, Edward Simons, 2nd Bt., where he was wounded
    Ward, Evan Bernard, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Ward, Gerald Ernest Francis
    Ward, Gladstone William
    Ward, Guy Bernard Campbell
    Ward, Hamilton Frederick
    Ward, John Hubert, where he was mentioned in twice despatches
    Ward, Robert Arthur, where he was twice mentioned in despatches
    Ward, Roderick John
    Ward, William Humble Eric, 3rd, where he was wounded
    Ward-Boughton-Leigh, Egerton, and was mentioned in despatches
Waring, Edward Robert
Waring, Holt
Warner, Archibald
Warner, Cornwallis John
    Warrender, Hugh Valdave, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Wason, Sydney Rigby
Wassiltchkov, George
    Waterlow, James Francis, where he was mentioned in despatches
Waterlow, John Beauchamp
    Waterlow, Philip Alexander, 4th
Watney, William Herbert
Watson, Arthur Toward
    Watson, Douglas Hamilton
Watson, John, 3rd Bt.
    Watson, Leslie Dundas
    Watson, Thomas Gavin, where he was wounded
    Watson-Armstrong, William John ( 1914-1917 )
    Waugh, Alexander Raban
    Wavell, Archibald Percival, 1st ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Wavell, Arthur John Byng
    Way, Harold Bromley
    Webb-Bowen, Edward Wheeler ( 1916-1917 ), in the Australian Imperial Forces
    Webb-Johnson, Alfred Edward, 1s, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Wedderburn, Alexander Henry Me, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Wedderburn, Harry Francis Keir
    Wedderburn-Maxwell, Henry Godf
    Wedderburn-Maxwell, James
    Wedderburn-Maxwell, John
    Wedgwood, Francis Charles Bowe
    Weeks, Ronald Morce, 1st and la ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Weir, Andrew Herbert
    Weir, Archibald
    Welby, Glynne Everard Earle
Welby, Richard William Gregory
Welch, Harold Echalay
    Weld Forester, Cecil George Wi
    Weld Forester, Edric Alfred Ce, where he was severely wounded
    Weld Forester, Wolstan Beaumon
    Weld-Blundell, George Frederic
    Weldon, Anthony Arthur, 6th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
Welldon, James Hoste
    Wellesley, Arthur Charles, 5th ( 1914-1918 )
    Wellesley, Cecil George ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
Wellesley, Cyril Gerald Valeri
Wellesley, Edmond Ernest Charl
Wellesley, Eric George ( 1914-1915 )
    Wellesley, Frederick Henry Bur ( 1914-1918 ), , and was wounded
    Wellesley, George ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Wellesley, Gerald Valentine ( 1914-1918 )
    Wellesley, Gerald Valerian, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Wellesley, Richard ( 1914 )
    Wellesley, Violet Evelyn ( 1914-1918 )
    Wentworth-Stanley, Charles ( 1914-1918 )
    Wentworth-Stanley, Charles Sid, in Gallipoli, Palestine, France and Belgium
Wernher, Alexander Pigott
    West, Alexander Henry Delap ( 1914-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches four times
West, Charles Skeffington, where he was mentioned in despatches three times and was wounded
    West, Cyril Charles ( 1914-1918 )
West, Henry Cave
West, Richard Annesley, V.C. ( 1914-1918 )
Westarp, George
    Westenra, William, 5th/6th Baro
Westerholt und Gysenberg, Otto
    Westropp, Frederick Malcolm
    Westropp, Henry Charles
    Westropp, Hugh Thomas George M, with North Irish Horse
    Westropp, Lionel Henry Mountif, he was wounded twice
    Westropp, Victor John Eric
Wetherell, Robert May, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Wheeler, Guy Danvers
Whetstone, Walter Hugh
    Whitaker, James
    White, Charles James ( 1914-1919 ), on staff, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    White, Francis William, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    White, George Arthur Wellesley
    White, Lucia Emily Margaret ( 1914-1918 ), serving overseas with the Y.M.C.A. and British Red Cross Society, Nursing Service
    White, Luke Henry, 4th Baron An
White, Lynton Woolmer
    White, Robert, where he was mentioned in despatches six times, and wounded twice
    White, Rudolph Dymoke, 2nd Bt.
    White, Thomas, in Mesopotamia, where he became a POW in November 1915, and escaped in July 1918
    Whitefoord, Caleb Alan Bryce
Whitefoord, Charles Blairquaha
Whitefoord, Lionel Cole
    Whitefoord, Philip Geoffrey, in France and Belgium, and was mentioned in despatches twice
Whitehead, George William Eden
    Whitehead, James Hugh Edendale
    Whitehead, John Robert Gobertu
    Whitehead, Philip Henry Rathbo, where he was wounded
    Whitehead, Wilfred James, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Whiteley, Ronald George
    Whiteley, William Tattersall, 2
Whitgreave, Henry Egerton
    Whittle, Frederick Joseph, with the 7th Australian Light Horse
Whyte, Mark Gilchrist
    Wigram, Cyril Charles
    Wigram, Ronald Scott Jervoise
    Wilkie-Dalyell, James Bruce, of, where he was mentioned in despatches
Willans, Robert St. John
    Willey, Francis Vernon, 2nd Bar, serving in Egypt and Gallipoli
    William-Powlett, Barton Newton
    William-Powlett, Newton James
    William-Powlett, Peveril Barto, in Gallipoli and Jutland
    Williams, Burton Robert, 6th Bt, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Williams, Osmond Trahairn Deud
    Williams, Rhys Rhys, 1st Bt.
Williams, William Crawshay Lod
Williams-Bulkeley, Richard Ger
Williams-Freeman, Anthony Peer
    Williamson, Stephen Kenneth Gu, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Willis, Algernon Usborne
    Willis-Bund, Henry Harding, with the Worcestershire Regiment
    Willock, Robert Peel
Willoughby, Francis George God
    Willoughby, James Alexander, where he was wounded
    Willoughby, Joe Henry Claude
    Willoughby, Michael Guy Perciv, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Willoughby, Nesbit Edward
    Wills, Gilbert Alan Hamilton, 1, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Wills, Stanley Clifford
    Wilmot, John, 1st Baron Wilmot, in the Royal Naval Air Service
    Wilmot, Ralph Henry Sacheverel
    Wilmot-Sitwell, Hervey Degge ( 1914-1918 )
    Wilson, Charles Henry Wellesle
    Wilson, Charles McMoran, 1st Ba, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
Wilson, Edward
Wilson, Gordon Chesney ( 1914 )
    Wilson, Guy Greville, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Wilson, Henry Maitland, 1st Bar
    Wilson, James Robertson, of Air ( 1915-1917 ), in Gallipoli and Egypt
    Wilson, John Menzies, of Airdri
    Wilson, Lorton Alexander
    Wilson, Nigel Maitland, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Wilson, Richard Henry George
Wilson, Thomas Douglas
    Winant, John Gilbert
    Windham, Ashe Wadham George, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Windham, Henry Steuart
    Windsor, Edward VIII, King of t ( 1914-1916 ), at Flanders and in Italy
Windsor-Clive, Archer
    Windsor-Clive, George
    Wing, Frederick Drummond Vince
    Wingate, Reginald Ramsay ( 1914 ), and was mentioned in despatches
Wingfield, Cecil John Talbot R
Wingfield, Granville Harry
    Wingfield, Maurice Anthony, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Wingfield, Maurice ffolliott R, where he was wounded
    Wingfield, Mervyn Edward Georg
    Wingfield, Mervyn Richard, 8th
Wingfield, Richard James Trenc, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Wingfield, Richard Mervyn, in South-West Africa and France, where he was wounded
    Wingfield, William Edward, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches three times
    Wingfield-Stratford, Cecil Ver, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Wingfield-Stratford, Esmé Ceci
Wingfield-Stratford, Esmé John
    Wingfield-Stratford, Geoffrey, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Wingfield-Stratford, Howard
    Winn, Charles John Frederick ( 1914-1917 ), where he was wounded
    Winn, Reginald Henry
    Winn, Rowland George, 3rd Baron, where he was wounded
Winnington, John Francis Sarto, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Winnington, John Winston Foley
Winnington-Ingram, Francis Har
    Wodehouse, Arthur Hugh
Wodehouse, Arthur Powys
    Wodehouse, Charles Ewart
    Wodehouse, Clarence John d'Eve, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Wodehouse, Edmond, where he was wounded
    Wodehouse, Edward
Wodehouse, Ernest Charles Forb
Wodehouse, John Francis Ashbur
    Wodehouse, John, 3rd Earl of Ki, where he was mentioned in despatches teice, and was wounded
    Wodehouse, Philip George, where he was mentioned in despatches
Wolff Metternich zur Gracht, F
    Wolrige Gordon, Henry Gordon
    Wolrige Gordon, John Gordon, 8t
    Wolrige Gordon, Robert, 8th of, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Wolrige Gordon, Robert, 9th of, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded twice
    Wolrige Gordon, Walter Gordon, where he was mentioned in despatches five times
Wontner, Harold Leslie St. Joh, with the London Rifle Brigade
    Wood, Arthur Herbert
    Wood, Charles Michell Aloysius, he was mentioned in despatches
    Wood, Edmund Walter Hanbury
    Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Wood, Evelyn FitzGerald Michel, he was mentioned in despatches twice
Wood, J. L.
    Wood, John Arthur Haigh, 2nd Bt ( 1914-1918 ), and was mentioned in despatches
    Wood, John Stuart Page, 6th Bt., he was mentioned in despatches
Wood, Lewis Ironside
Wood, Maximillian David Franci
    Woods, James Park, V.C.
    Wooley, Geoffrey Harold, V.C.
    Woosnam, Richard Bowen
Woracziczky von Pabienitz, Joh
Wright, Allan O'Halloran
    Wylde, Leslie George, including on the staff of the chief censor in England
    Wyndham, Dennis, in the Wiltshire Regiment
    Wyndham, Edward Scawen, 5th Bar, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Wyndham, Everard Humphrey, where he was mentioned in despatches
Wyndham, George Heremon
    Wyndham, Guy Richard Charles, where he was wounded
    Wyndham, Hugh Archibald, 4th Ba, with the South African Forces, and was mentioned in despatches
Wyndham, Percy Lyulph
Wyndham, William Reginald
    Wyndham-Quin, Richard Southwel, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Wyndham-Quin, Valentine Mauric
    Wynn, Robert Vaughan, 6th Baron, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Wynn, Rowland Tempest Beresfor, with the Royal Flying Corps
    Wynne-Finch, John Charles, where he was wounded twice
    Wynne-Finch, William Heneage, where he was wounded twice, and mentioned in despatches twice
Würtzburg, Edmund
    Yarde-Buller, Henry ( 1914-1916 )
    Yelverton, Barry Augustus ( 1916-1919 ), in the New Zealand Expeditionary Force
    Yelverton, Hermann Stratton, in the New Zealand Expeditionary Force
    Yewdall, Mark
    Yorke, Alfred Ernest Frederick
    Yorke, Charles Alexander, 8th E
    Yorke, Henry Reginald, where he was mentioned in despatches
Yorke, James Hamilton Langdon
    Yorke, Philip Gerard, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Yorke, Ralph Maximilian, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Yorke, Reginald Henry Crofton
    Yorke, Simon Algernon
    Young, Edward Hilton, 1st Baron ( 1917 ), on the Flemish Front
    Young, Frederick Campbell, where he lost a leg in France
Young, George Edward Savill
    Young, Henry George, where he was mentioned in despatches five times
    Young, Hubert Winthrop, in Mesopotamia
Young, James Francis
Young, Wilfred Francis, with the 2nd Auckland Infantry Battalion, New Zealand Expeditionary Forces
Young-Herries, Alexander
    Younger, Charles Frearson
Younghusband, Allan Wadham
    Younghusband, Leigh Norman
    ffolkes, Francis Arthur Stanle, where he was mentioned in despatches
ffolkes, William Rupert Compto
    ffrench Blake, Arthur O'Brien
ffrench Blake, St. John Lucius, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
ffrench, Evelyn Alexander Wils, where he was again severely wounded
ffrench, George Edward
    ffrench, Murrough Humphrey de
    Count equals 6753 individuals.

First World War
    Cunynghame, Percy Francis, of M ( 1914-1919 ), and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Count equals 1 individual.

First World War|\where he was mentioned in despatches
    Nicholson, John Sanctuary
    Count equals 1 individual.

First World War|he was mentioned in despatches seven ti
    Ramsay, Frank William
    Count equals 1 individual.

First World War|where he was mentioned in despatches an
    Harris, Alfred Frederick Willi
    Count equals 1 individual.

First World War|where he was mentioned in dispatches
    Scott, Oswald Arthur
    Count equals 1 individual.

First World War|where he was wounded
    Bingham, George Charles Patric
    Count equals 1 individual.

First World War|where he was wounded twice
    St. George, Richard Theophilus
    Count equals 1 individual.

Gallipoli Campaign
    Agnew, Quentin Charles Graham
    Aitken, Allan Anderson ( 1915 ), where he was wounded
Annand, Wallace Moir ( 1915 )
Barrett-Lennard, Douglas ( 1915 )
Bayly, William Henry
    Bennett, George Robert ( 1915 )
Bray, Gerard Theodore
    Brisco, Oriel Arthur
    Bruce, Charles Granville ( Apr 1915 ), where he was wounded, made brevet and mentioned in despatches
Buffett, Allen Fletcher
    Campbell, John Alexander Colds ( Apr 1915 )
Caulfeild, Algernon Montgomeri
Cawley, Harold Thomas
Coke, Arthur George
Cole-Hamilton, Arthur Richard
    Cooper, Richard Joshua ( 1915 ), where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Crofton, Hugh Lefroy
Cubitt, Edward Randall
Cubitt, Victor Murray
    Downes, Frank Henry, where he received a gunshot wound to both eyes
Draper, Roger Francis ( 1915 )
Ferguson Davie, Herbert George
    Fetherstonhaugh, Edwyn
    Grierson, Frederick Vedast
Hackett, Henry Robert
    Hamilton, Ian Standish Monteit
Hamilton-Grierson, James Gilbe
    Hamilton-Grierson, Philip Fran
Hanmer, Anthony Hugh ( 1915 )
Hanmer, John Percy ( 1915 )
Hatton, Edward Allen Smeathman
Hewitt, Arthur Lifford Oliver
Holt, Joseph
    Hovey, Robert Baldwin ( 1915 )
    Howe, Thomas Edward Barham, where he was wounded
    Kenna, Paul Aloysius, V.C.
    King, John Francklyn ( Apr 1915 )
    Lambert, Walter Richard D'Arcy
    Ley, Christopher Francis Aden ( 1915 )
Lister, Charles Alfred, with the Royal Naval Division, and was wounded three times
MacDermot, Hugh Maurice
    Mahon, Bryan Thomas
Mascie-Taylor, Hugo
McCowan, Hew
Morton, Gerald Arthur
    Mundy, Pierrepont Rodney Mille ( 1915 ), including the Battle of Chunuk Bair
    Napier, Henry Edward ( 25 Apr 1915 ), for which he was mentioned in despatches
    Napier, Joseph William Lennox,
Niven, William Edward Graham
    Paget, Salisbury Howard ( 1915 ), where he was wounded
    Palmer, Phillip Joseph, where he was wounded twice
Palmer, Rupert Alexander
Pelly, Hubert Richard
    Phillips, Noel McGrigor
    Proctor-Beauchamp, Horace Geor
    Quintal, Fletcher Evelyn ( Apr 1915 ), where he was wounded, losing an eye
Rowley-Conwy, Geoffrey Seymour
    Sanders, Robert Arthur, 1st and
Sassoon, Hamo Watts, and was wounded at Suvla Bay, losing his leg
    Seely, Frank Evelyn
    Slade, Frederick William Patri ( 1915 ), in submarines in the Dardenelles
    Somerset, Charles William Henr
Spielmann, Harold Lionel Isido ( 1915 )
    Stacy, Acton Chaplin
Stoney, George Butler
Stopford Sackville, Geoffrey W
    Townsend, Cyril Samuel, as Beachmaster at the West Beach
Villiers-Stuart, Charles Herbe ( May 1915 )
    Wilmer, Harold Gordon
Wontner-Smith, Septimus ( Apr 1915 ), where he was mortally wounded
    Count equals 70 individuals.

Looshai Expedition
    Elles, Edmond Roche ( 1871-1872 )
    Graham, John Moore ( 1860-1861 )
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Mesopotamia Campaign
Acland-Troyte, Hugh Leonard ( 1916 )
    Chenevix Trench, Julius Franci ( 1920 ), where he won a medal and clasp
    Hambro, Percival Otway ( 1920-1921 )
Harrison, Hyde Gwynne
    Johnson, Allen Edwin ( 1920-1921 )
    Johnstone, FitzRoy Augustus Be ( 1915-1916 )
    Lubbock, Merlin Gordon ( 1919-1920 )
    Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Nat ( 1920 ), where he was wounded
    Udny-Hamilton, Robert Edward A ( 1915-1918 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Count equals 9 individuals.

Second Battle of Ypres
Arbuthnot, Kenneth Wyndham ( 25 Apr 1915 )
Campbell, William Robinson
Orde-Powlett, William Percy ( May 1915 )
    Count equals 3 individuals.

Siege of Mons
Burdett, Egleton ( 1709 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Third Battle of Ypres
Keppel, Albert Edward George A
    Count equals 1 individual.

Zeebrugge Raid
    Keyes, Roger John Brownlow, 1st ( 1918 )
    Young, Edward Hilton, 1st Baron ( 23 Apr 1918 ), serving on H.M.S. Vindictive, where he was severely wounded
    Count equals 2 individuals.

campaign in South West Africa
    Gore, Frederick George ( 1915 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

capture of German New Guinea
    Scarlett, Leopold Francis
    Count equals 1 individuals.

Total count equals 6951 individuals.


=killed in action or mortally wounded during this battle/war