INDENTMajor Lionel Douglas Vernon, R.F.A., was awarded the Distinguished Service Order for Neuve Chapelle, London Gazette 1.11.1914 (severely wounded, Mentioned in Despatches).
Major Montague Charles Dobson, R.H.A., also entitled to the Q.S.A., K.S.A. and twice Mentioned in Despatches was killed in action at the Battle of Loos 26 September 1915.
Second Lieutenant Eric Appleby, R.F.A., died of wounds received at Morval 28 October 1916 and was buried in Grove Town Cemetery France.
Second Lieutenant Ralph Clifton, born 1890 Queensland Australia, was dangerously wounded by a shrapnel bullet when in action with his Battery at Arras 3 May 1917 and died on the 22nd following.
Second Lieutenant Ollyett Archibald Mends-Gibson, R.F.A., 106th Battery, 22nd Brigade, was wounded by shell in action near Trones Wood 22 August 1916 and died in a Casualty Clearing Station on the 27th following.
Lieutenant George William Taylor, served in France (wounded), the Balkans, in Egypt, and Belgium where he died of 'wounds' (gas poisoning) 9 November 1917 and was buried in Dozinghem Military Cemetery, Belgium.
Second Lieutenant Victor Henry Thompson Boyton, R.F.A., 289th Siege Battery, born 1897, London, was killed in action while returning from duty as a forward observation officer 31 May 1917 (Ruvigny's Roll of Honour Vol.III refers).
Second Lieutenant John Arthur Stuart Palmer, R.G.A., 343rd Siege Battery, was killed in France 16 December, 1917 when he left the Battery to reconnoitre - he made for a pill-box to shelter from the heavy shelling but he was hit by a burst at the entrance.