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    London University - Officers Training Corps - A.

    London University - Officers Training Corps  index

    This Roll of War Service records the names and other particulars of officers and former officers and former cadets of the University of London Officers Training Corps who rendered commissioned service in the War between the dates 5th August 1914 and 11th November 1918 (Armistice).

    Former Cadets - A:

    Abbati, 2nd Lt. William Reginald, Essex R. : University College ? home serv December 1914 to April 1916 (invalid).
    Abel, Surgeon Lt. Arthur Lawrence, R.N. : M.B., B.S., University College & Hospital* H.M.S. Donegal February to September 1918 ; H.M. Dockyard, Bermuda Sept, to November 1918.
    Abelson, Capt. Abraham, R.A.M.C. : D.Sc, University College & Hospital
    Abrahams, Lt. Adrian, New Armies* F. September 1916 to August 1917 (invalid) and April to October 1918 (invalid).
    Abrahams, 2nd Lt. Robert Bernard, York R. ? F. July to September 1916.
    Acland, Lt. Rt. Hon. F. D. {see under " Officers and Former Officers ").
    Ackroyd, Capt. Reginald Glover, Tank Corps : Borough Rd. College ? F. 1915 to 1916 and 1918 ; prisoner of War August 1918.
    Adair, Capt. Eric Pearson, R.E. ? F. July 1916 to November 1917 ; Italy November 1917 to March 1918 ; F. March 1918 (wounded) : M.C.
    Adams, Lt. Andrew Herbert Crawford, R.F.A. : King's College ? F. November to December 1915 and February to September 1916 (gassed) and May to June 1917 (wounded and invalid).
    Adams, Capt. Arthur Heane, R.A.V.C. : R. Vet. College
    Adams Capt. Charles Hubert, R.A.F. : B.Sc, University College
    Adams, Lt. Newton Occleston, W. York, R,
    Adams, Lt. Oliver Haynes, R.A.F, : R. Sch, of Mines* F, March 1917 to November 1918: M.C.
    Adams, Lt. Percival Frederick, R.E. : King's College
    Adamson, Lt. William, Manch. R. ? Mesopotamia May to September 1916 (invalid).
    Adcock, Lt. Frank, R.E. : B.Sc, King's College* F. August 1915 to February 1916 and July 1916 to December 1918 : M.B.E.
    Addison, Capt. Hallowes Lloyd, R.A.M.C, : King's College
    Adkin, Lt, Alexander Fairchild, R, War, R. : University College, * F. June to September 1915 (invalid).
    Adler, Capt. Gustave, S. Afr. ALC, : Lond, Hospital * West Africa to February 1918.
    Adler, 2nd Lt. Heine Wolf, R.E. * F.
    Adrian. Capt. Edgar Douglas, R.A.M.C. : B.A., M.D., Camb. ; St. Bart's. Hospital ? home service
    Adshead, 2nd Lt. Harold Edward, R.E. : B.A., Camb.
    Aikman, Capt. Kenneth Blackie, R.A.F. : M.A., M.B., B.Ch., Camb. ; University College Hospital,* F, (18 mos.) ; S.S. Alexandra and Frenchman (11 mos.).
    Ainslie, 2nd Lt. Walter Gordon, R.F.A. * F. September to November 1916.
    Ainsworth, Capt. (A/Maj.) George William, N. Lan. R. * F. 1915 to March 1919 ; wounded three times : M.C. with bar ; mentioned in despatches.
    Ainsworth, Lt. (A/Capt.) Norman John, Worc. R. : Middlesex Hosp, & R. Dent. Hospital * Mesopotamia September 1916 to July 1918 (invalid) : M.C.
    Akroyd, Lt. Reginald, Queen's Royal Lancers. * F, 1916 to 1918.
    Albon, Lt. Alfred Joseph, Border R.
    Alcock, Surg. Lt. John Arnold Molony, R.N. : Guy's Hospital
    Alder, Lt. Leonard Stanley Bater, R.E. : B.Sc, University Coll ? Gallipoli as Sgt. 15 (wounded) ; F. 1917 to September 1918 (wounded ) ; mentioned in despatches.
    Alderton, Lt. Frederick William, R.A.F. ? H.M.S. Queen Mary, April 1915 to January 1916 ; H.M.S. Malaya January 1916 to February 1917 (Jutland) ; Eclaireur
    Atmah February to November 1917 ; Malta November 1917 to January 1919.
    Aldwinckle, 2nd Lt. Ralph, N. Lan. R. : B.Sc, University College & East London College ? F. May to November 1916.
    Alexander, Lt. Arthur Wolston Speirs, R.E. & Staff: East London College ? invalid
    Alexander, Capt. Frank Samuel, R.G.A. ? F. November 1916 to January 1919 : mentioned in despatches.
    Alexander, Capt. Harold George, I.M.S. : Middlesex Hospital ? Mesopotamia June 1916 to January 1919 : mentioned in despatches.
    Alexander, Lt. Hubert Erasmus, R.N.V.R.
    Alexander, Capt. John Struan, R.A.M.C. : University College * F. September 1915 to March 1919.
    Alexander, Lt. Robert Dempster, R.E. ? W. Africa as trooper December 1914 to August 1915 and E. Africa December 1915 to February 1917 ; F. April 1918 to July 1919.
    Allan, Capt. John Caldwell, LA.R.O. : R. School of Mines. ? India April 1915 ; F. August 1915 to July 1917.
    Allan, Lt. (A/Capt.) William Alexander Macdonald, R.E. : City & Guilds College ? Salonika January 1916 to September 1917 ; Palestine September 1917 to November 1918 : mentioned in despatches.
    Allan, Surg. Sub. Lt.William James McBain, R.N.V.R. : Guy's Hospital* mine sweeping and laying North Sea December 1914 to December 1917 ; Jutland.
    Allard, Capt. Philip Hayward, R.F.A. : Royal College of Science* F. January 1915 to June 1917.
    Allard, Maj. William, R.E. : B.Sc, King's College ? Gallipol1 January 1915 (wounded) ; Sinai 16 ; F. Arabia and Syria 1917 to 1918 ; Egypt 1919 ; O.B.E. ; mentioned in despatches ; Croix de Guerre avec Palme (French).
    Allchin, Surg. Lt. Frank Macdonald, R.N. : M.B., B.S., King's College & Westminster Hospital ? H. M.S. Duke of Edinburgh, Northern Patrol February to August 1917 ; N. Atlantic Convoy August 1917 to August 1918.
    Allday, Capt. Edward Cyril James, Oxf. & Bucks. L.I ? F. April 1916 to November 1917 ; twice wounded ; invalid ; Italy September 1918 to February 1919.
    Allen, Capt. Arthur James Walter, Spec. Lists (2nd Lt. R.G.A.) : St. Bart's. Hospital
    Allen, Capt. Charlie, R. Berks. R.
    Allen, Fit. Lt. Geoffrey Walter, R.A.F. : Guy's Hospital
    Allen, Capt. Thomas Stevens, R.A.M.C. : Guy's Hospital ? India ; F. : mentioned in despatches.
    Allen, Capt. William Guy Embleton, R.A.M.C: St. Bart's. Hosp,* mentioned in W.O. Communique.
    Allen-Magill, Capt. Stanley Waddingham, R.G.A. : B.Sc, City & Guilds College
    Allibone, Lt. (A/Capt.) Bernard Charles, York & Lane R. : Royal College of Science* F. 2 yrs 3 months ; wounded April 1918.
    Allinson, Capt. Bertrand Pulvermacher, R.A.M.C. : University College
    Allnutt, Capt. Edward Bruce, R.A.M.C. : St. Bart's. Hospital ? Mesopotamia : M.C. ; mentioned in despatches and W.O. Communique.
    Ambler, Capt. Richard, I.A. : Middlesex. Hospital ? F. January to February 1917 ; Salonika February to July 1917 ; India July 1917 to January 1920.
    Anderson, Lt. Alexander Stewart, R.A.F.
    Anderson, Lt. David Forgham, R.A.F. : City & Guilds College* F. August 1915 to September 1917 (invalid).
    Anderson, Lt. David John Lockhart, R.A.S.C. ? mentioned in W.O. Communique.
    Anderson, Lt. George, I.A. ? East Africa : M.C.
    Anderson, Capt. George Robert, Sea. Highrs. : B.Sc, King's College ? F. July 1915 to April 1916 (invalid).
    Anderson, Lt. Gerald Victor Wright, R.A.M.C. : M.B., B.S., University College ? F. April to May 1918 (wounded and prisoner of War).
    Andrew, Capt. Eric Burn, R.A.M.C. : London Hospital
    Andrew, Capt. Percy William Lavers, R.A.ALC. : Middlesex Hospital ? F. as dresser October 1914 to January 1915 ; February 1917 to June 1919.
    Andrew, 2nd Lt. William Blair Spence, R.F.A. : Middlesex Hospital & R. Dent. Hospital ? F. May to November 1918.
    Andrewes, Surg. Sub. Lt. Christopher Howard, R.N.V.R. : St. Bart's Hospital ? Grand Fleet Sweeping Flotilla August to November 1918; Destroyer Flotilla November 1918 to February 1919.
    Andrew-Marshall, 2nd Lt. George, M.G. Corps. : Finsbury Tech. College & Northern Polytechnic
    Andrew-Marshall, Capt. John, Tank Corps : Northern Polytechnic ? F.  6 months (invalid).
    Andrew-Marshall, Lt. Joseph, London Regiment : City & Guilds College* F. to November 1917.
    Andrews, Lt. Clifford Weedon, R.E. : Battersea Polytechnic* F. April to November 1918 : M.C.
    Andrews, Capt. David William Jabez, R.A.M.C: Middlesex Hospital * F. July 1915 to March 1919.
    Andrews, Capt. Francis John, R.A.V.C. : R. Vet. College
    Andrews, Lt. Frederick Charles, Notts. & Derby R. : B.Sc, King's College* F. June to August 1917 (wounded and invalid) and January 1918 to March 1919.
    Andrews, Lt. Percy Heath, R.E. : University College* F. January to June 1917 (wounded) ; September 1917 to March 1918.
    Andrews, Capt. Reginald, London Regiment attd. S. Lan. R. * F. January to August 1916.
    Andrews, Capt. Reginald Wood, R.F.A. : City & Guilds College * Egypt 1916; F. 1916 to 1918: M.C.
    Andrews, Lt. Robert Collingwood, S. Gds. : Guy's Hospital
    Annesley, Capt. Francis Dighton, R.A.M.C. : Guy's Hospital * F. August 1914 to March 1919 ; India March 1919 : M.C. ; Croix de Guerre (Belgian).
    Annett, Lt. William Charles, R.A.O.C.
    Anns, Maj. Harold Falkner, R.A.F. & Staff: University College* F. November to December 1916 : mentioned in W.O. Communique.
    Anscombe, Capt. Allen Wells, R.W. Fus. : B.Sc, University College * F. March 1916 to February 17 (wounded) : M.C.
    Anthony, Capt. Douglas Harris, R.A.M.C. : St. Mary's Hospital
    Anthony, Surg. Lt. Wilfred Mark, R.N. : St. Thomas's Hospital ? H.M.S. Clematis July 1919.
    Appleton, Lt. James Alfred, R.G.A. : B.Sc, City & Guilds College * F. September 1917 to March 1919.
    Appleyard, Capt. John, R.A.M.C. : M.B., B.S., University College
    Archibald, Lt. James Duncan, Essex R. : King's College*F. July 1915 to July 1916.
    Armfield, Lt. Arthur, Dorset R. : King's College ? E. Africa June 1918.
    Armstrong, Capt. Cedric Whitfield, R.A.M.C: B.A., Oxf. ; Lond. Hospital ? Mesopotamia : mentioned in despatches.
    Armstrong, Surg. Lt. Charles Walter Wylde, R.N. : B.A.. B.M., B.Ch.. Oxf. ; Guy's Hospital ? Adriatic June 1918 to April 1919 in H.M.S. Glasgow ; White Sea May 1919 in H.M.H.S. Garth Castle.
    Armstrong, 2nd Lt. Guy Spearman, S. Gds. ? F. March to September 1915.
    Arnold. Fit. Lt. Charles Vernon, R.N.A.S. : B.Sc, City & Guilds College ? Eastern Mediterranean 1916 to May 1917 ; O.C. Mudros Aerodrome.
    Arnold, Lt. Frederick Marshall, R.W. Fus. ? F. September 1917 to March 1918.
    Arnold, Lt. John Stanley, Middlesex R.
    Arnold, Capt. Thomas Frederick, R.A.V.C. : R. Vet. College ? India August 1917
    Arthur, Capt. Evan Francis, Welch R. : Birkbeck College ? F. October 1915 to May 1917 (invalid) and September to October 1918 (wounded) : mentioned in despatches.
    Arundel, Lt. Eric Shelton, Wore. R. : University College ? F. May to August 1916 ; Salonika December 1916 to January 1919.
    Asbury, Capt. Charles Henry, M.G. Corps (Lt. S. Staff. R.) : B.Sc, East London College* M.C.
    Ash, Lt. Edward Cecil, R.F.A. ? F. ; wounded October 1917 and invalid
    Ash. Capt. Horace William, R.E. : B.Sc, City & Guilds College ? F. as Sgt. September 1915 ; as officer October 1917 to March 1919 : M.M.
    Ashdown, Capt. Arthur James, R.F.A. : King's College ? invalid : M.C. with bar.
    Ashdown, Maj. (A/Lt. Col.) Charles Frederick, Norf. R. : King's College ? F. : M.C. ; mentioned in despatches.
    Ashenden, Lt. Edward James, Middlesex R. ? F. as private May 1915 to August 1916 ; as officer October 1916 to June 1917 (wounded) and September to November 1917; Italy November 1917 to March 1918 (gassed),
    Aspinall-Stivala, Capt. Robert, R.A.M.C. : Guy's Hospital
    Aspland, Capt. Vivien Lindsey, R.E. : R.School of Mines.* F. June 1915 to January 1916 ; Salonika January 1916 to December 1918 : M.C. ; mentioned in despatches ; Croix de Guerre (French).
    Astley- Weston, Lt. Arthur Reginald, R.H.A.* F. March 1916 to November 1917 ; and April to November 1918 ; Italy November 1917 to March 1918 ; mentioned in despatches.
    Atkin, Lt. Aubrey, Dorset R. : St. Mark's College Chelsea ? invalid April 1918.
    Atkins, Maj. Horace Tom, Lab. Corps : King's College ? F. from June 1916.
    Atkinson, Surg. Lt. Eric Miles, R.N. : M.B., B.S., St. Bart's Hospital
    Atkinson, Lt. Samuel Greenup, R.G.A. : B.A., London ; M.Sc., Manchester ? F. July 1917 to January 1919.
    Attenborough, Surg. Lt. Keith Edward, R.N. : St. Mary's Hospital
    Atteridge, Capt. Kevin Doyle, R.A.AI.C. : St. Bart's Hosp, ? Mesopotamia : mentioned in despatches.
    Atteridge, Lt. Terence John Doyle, London Regiment : St. Bart's Hospital ? F. June 1916 to June 1917 ; Salonika, Egypt and Palestine July 1917 to June 1918.
    Attkins, Capt. Harry Edward, R.F.A. : Middlesex Hosp,* F. June 1915 to April 1918 (wounded),
    Attwell, Fig. Offr. John Robert, R.N.A.S,
    Atwgod, Capt, (A/Maj.) Martin James, R.E. ? Salonika : mentioned in despatches.
    Aubrey [formerly Hoffmeister], Capt. Ernest Newton, R.A.M.C. : Middlesex Hosp,
    Aubrey [formerly Hoffmeister], Surg. Lt. George, R.N. : Middlesex Hospital
    Aubrey, Capt. Ivor, R.A.M.C. : University College* Salonika December 1916 to March 1919: M.C.
    Aucutt, Lt. Wilfred, Yeomanry & LA.R.O.* Salonika October 1916 to June 1917 ; Palestine June 1917 to January 1918 ; India January 1918 to April 1919.
    Augeraud, Capt. Edward Howel Guerin, R.E. : B.Sc, City & Guilds College* Salonika : M.C. ; mentioned in despatches ; Order of Crown of Roumania, Chevalier.
    Augier, Lt. Emile Henry Neville, R.E,
    Aust, Lt. Henry Ernest, York R. : City & Guilds College * F. June to September 1916 (gassed and invalid) and January to April 1917 (wounded and invalid) and August to September 1918.
    Austin, Lt. John Frederick Lawrence, R.F.A. : University College * M.C.
    Avery, Capt. Clare Havill, Essex R. : B.Sc, University College * F. March 1916 to April 1917.
    Aylward, Capt. Roy Douglas, R.A.M.C: Lond, Hospital * F, Aug, to November 1914 ; North Sea May to September 1915 ; Dardanelles and E. Mediterranean September 1915 to March 1916 ; E. Africa October 1917 to February 1919.
    Ayme-Aymard, Lt. Malcolm Foerster Lambe, R.A.F. & R.F.A. : R. School of Mines. * F. 1915 to 1917 ; home defence night flying 1917 to 1918 ; wounded and invalid