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    London University - Officers Training Corps - C.

    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 - C:

    Cable, Lt. Walter Henry, R.E. : City & Guilds College
    Cade, Surg.-Lt. Charles Reginald, R.N. : Guy's Hospital ? Harwich Flotilla 1916 ; Destroyer Escort Flotilla English Channel and Destroyer Minelayer 1917 ; Mine-sweeping 1919.
    Cade, Maj. Francis Mignelle, R.F.A. ? M.C.
    Cadman, Surg.-Prob. Maurice Danks, R.N.V.R. ; St. Thomas's Hospital ? H.M.S. Rival North Sea October 1917 to June 1918.
    Cahill, 2nd Lt. Henry Bernard Martin, R.G.A. : King's College
    Caiger, 2nd Lt. Frederick Howard Stewart, R.F.A. : St. Thomas's Hospital ? F. April to November 1916.
    Caldecott, Surg.-Lt. Francis, R.N. : M.B., B.S., Guy's Hospital
    Calder, Capt. Charles Henry, R.G.A. & Staff : City & Guilds College ? Italy April to October 17 ; Egypt November 1917 to May 1918 ; Salonika May 1918 to March 1919 : mentioned in despatches ; Italian War Decoration.
    Calder, Lt. Noel Travers, R.F.A. : King's College
    Caldwell, Maj. Kenneth Somerville, N.Z. Inf. : B.Sc, Wales ; Ph.D. ; St. Bart's Hospital
    Caldwell, Lt. Malcolm Dillingham, R.E. ? E. Africa.
    Caley, Maj. Alfred James, R.E. ? Egypt and Palestine January 1916 to February 1919 : mentioned in despatches.
    Calvert, Capt. Laurence Morrice, London Regiment & Hampshire R.
    Cameron, Capt. Donald, R.A.M.C. & R.A.F. : St. Bart's Hospital
    Cameron, Capt. Finlay, R.A.M.C. : Charing Cross Hospital ? M.C.
    Cameron, Maj. Robert, R.E. ? F. : M.C. ; mentioned in despatches.
    Camp, 2nd Lt. A. F. {see under " Officers and Former Officers.")
    Campbell, 2nd Lt. Alexander Fleming, R.E. : M.A., Glasgow* F. July 1918 to January 1919.
    Campbell, Lt. Claud Bessemer Donington, Som. L.I. & R.A.F. : University College
    Campbell, Lt. Colin Walter, London Regiment : Battersea Polytechnic ? invalid
    Campbell, Lt. Edmund Alfred, Notts. & Derby. R. & Staff. ? home service : invalid
    Campbell, Capt, John Maurice Hardman, R.A.M.C: Guy's Hospital* Mesopotamia : O.B.E. ; mentioned in despatches.
    Campbell, Capt. Lawrence Eversley, R.A.O.C. : M.Sc, University College* F. : wounded August 1918 : Croix de Guerre (French).
    Campbell, Maj. William Lamont, R.E. : B.Sc, City & Guilds College* F. : M.C. ; mentioned in despatches.
    Campion, Capt. Arthur Richard, R.E. & Staff.
    Campion, Capt. Oliver St. Leger, R.A.M.C. : Guy's Hospital
    Campion, Capt. Rowland Burnell, R.A.M.C: Guy's Hospital ? Egypt ; mentioned in despatches (twice).
    Cane, Maj. Edward Geoffrey Stayner, R.A.M.C: M.B., B.C., Camb. ; St. Bart's Hospital* Mesopotamia July 1915 to April 1916 (prisoner of War), D.S.O. ; mentioned in despatches.
    Cane, Capt. Robert Alexander Gordon, Yorks. L.I. : B.Sc, University College* Gallipoli June 1915 (wounded and invalid).
    Canham, Capt. Ernest Reginald, R.E. : Northern Polytechnic ? F. : O.B.E. ; mentioned in despatches (twice).
    Cannan, Capt. Robert Keith, E. Lan. R. : B.Sc, East London College & St. Bart's Hospital ? F. March to May 1915 (wounded) and September 1915 to February 1919 : mentioned in despatches (twice).
    Canney, Capt. James Robertson Campbell, R.A.M.C. : M.B., B.C., Camb. ; University College Hospital
    Canning, Lt. (A/Capt.) Miles Howell, R.E. : R. School of Mines ? F. : M.C. ; mentioned in despatches.
    Caparn, Capt. (A/Maj.) Eric Thomas, R.E. : Finsbury Tech. College* F. July 1916 to April 1918 ; wounded twice : M.C.
    Capener, Surg. Sub.-Lt. Norman Leslie, R.N.V.R. : St. Bart's Hospital
    Capon, Capt. Herbert Vawdrey, R.A.M.C. : St. Bart's Hospital ? F., Egypt, Palestine August 1914 to August 1918.
    Capper, Lt. Percival Leonard, R.E. : B.Sc, University College* F. July 16 to December 17 and April to August 18 ; Italy December 1917 to April 1918 ; injured and invalid : mentioned in despatches.
    Capps, Surg. Sub.-Lt. Frederick Cecil Wray, R.N.V.R. : St. Bart's Hospital ? Grand Fleet Mine-sweeping and Destroyer Flotillas July 1917 to September 1918.
    Card, Capt. Stanley Walter, Gen. List & Staff : B.Sc, King's College ? F.
    Cardell, Surg. Prob. John Douglas Magor, R.N.V.R.,
    Cardew, Maj. Arthur Barrett, R.A.M.C. : M.B., B.S., Middlesex Hospital* Sicily and F. November 1915 to July 1916 ; F. August 1916 to September 1917 (invalid) and December 1917 to January 1919 : M.C.
    Care, Capt. Charles William, R.F.A. : Birkbeck College & London School of Economics * F. March 1916 to September 1918 (invalid).
    Carkeek, Lt. Frederick Gaskill, D. of Corn. L.L : University College* F. Apr, to October 1917 (wounded).
    Carless, Lt. Albert William Buchan, Middlesex R. : King's College * F. November 1914 to September 1915.
    Carlisle, 2nd Lt. Ronald, Welsh Horse Yeomanry : King's College * Mediterranean E.F. ; invalid : M.C. ; mentioned in despatches.
    Carlton, Capt. Roy Mansel Howard, R.A.S.C. : University College * F. October 1914 to July 1916 (wounded).
    Carlyle, Surg. Prob. Thomas, R.N.V.R. : St. Bart's Hospital
    Carne, Lt. Charles Henry, R.F.A. : City & Guilds College * F. June 1917 to September 1918.
    Carpenter, Capt. Herbert James, R.W. Surr. R. : University College * F. October 1915 to April 1917 and October 1917 to April 1918 ; wounded three times.
    Carpenter, Capt. James Edwin, R.A.M.C. : London Hospital * India October 1917 to April 1919.
    Carr, 2nd Lt. James Cecil, R.H.A. : B.Sc, E, London College * Egypt as driver and signaller September 1916 to June 1918 ; as officer June 1918 to January 1919.
    Carrier, Capt. Caro Philip Leslie, R.A.M.C. : Charing Cross Hospital
    Carson, Capt. Charles George, R.E. & R.A.F. : B.Sc, City & Guilds College ? F. August 1915 to August 1916 (wounded).
    Carter, Capt. Arthur Stanley, R.A.M.C: Middlesex Hospital
    Carter, Surg.-Lt. Charles Noel, R.N. : St. Thomas's Hospital * H.M. Monitor off Belgian Coast May 1917 to November 1918.
    Carter, Surg. Sub.-Lt. Ernest Edwin, R.N.V.R. : M.B., B.S., St. Thomas's Hospital * H.M. Destroyers Manly and Torrid North Sea and Belgian Coast October 1916 to January 1918.
    Carter, 2nd Lt. George, R.E. : R. School of Mines.
    Carter, Lt. Harold William, S. Staff. R.
    Carter, Capt. Harry, R.E. : B.Sc, Royal College of Science & City & Guilds College ? F. September 1915 to March 1919 : mentioned in despatches.
    Carter, Capt. Octavius Cyril, R.A.M.C. : London Hospital ? Mesopotamia 1917 to October 1918 ; Hospital ship and ambulance transport October 1918 to May 1919.
    Carter, 2nd Lt. Sydney Robert Eric, Yorks. L.I. ? F. to July 1916.
    Cartledge, Lt. Norman Edward Davies, Middlesex R. : St. Bart's Hospital ? F. September 1916 to April 1917 (wounded and invalid).
    Cartwright, 2nd Lt. Herbert Mills, R.E. ? F. April 1916 to March 1918 ; Italy March 1918 to February 1919.
    Cassels, Lt, Frank Lionel, R.E. ? F. November 1915 to July 1916.
    Cassells, Capt. Hugh Kennedy, R. Berks. R. : City & Guilds College ? F. to September 1915.
    Castle, Capt. Henry Hutton, R.A.M.C. : St. Thomas's Hospital
    Catling, Lt. Edgar William Charles, S. Staff. R. & R.A.F. : London School of Economics ? F. August to October 1916 ; invalid
    Catmur, Capt. Graham, R.A.S.C. ? F. August 14 to October 1917 and June 1918.
    Catmur, Maj. Robin, R.A.S.C. : East London College & Royal Veterinary College ? F. August 1914 to September 1917 : mentioned in despatches (twice).
    Catterall, Lt. Tom, W. York. R. : B.Sc, Royal College of Science
    Cecil, Capt. Victor Alexander Gascoyne, Hampshire R. : University College
    Celestin, Capt. Louis Abel, R.A.M.C. : M.D., B.S., University College & Hospital ? M.C.
    Celestin, Capt. Louis Arthur, R.A.M.C. : St. Thomas's Hospital
    Chaldecott, Capt. Charles Howard, R.G.A. ? F. November 1916 to February 1917 (invalid) : mentioned in W.O. Communique.
    Chalk, Capt. Vernon Reginald, Yorks. L.I. ? Gallipoli November 1915 to February 1916 ; Egypt February to June 1916 ; F. July 1916 to April 1918 ; wounded twice : M.C.
    Chalmers, 2nd Lt. Frederick Zabell, Cheshire R. : City & Guilds College* invalid
    Chalmers, Capt. John William Pender, R.E. : King's College
    Chamberlain, Capt. John Alfred, R.A.O.C. : B.Sc, London School of Economics ? Mesopotamia 1917 ; India 1918.
    Chamberlin, Capt. Thomas Charles, R.A.F. : B.A., King's College ? A.F.C,
    Chambers, Maj. Ennis Ratcliff, R.A.M.C. : London Hospital ? invalid
    Chambers, Maj. John, R.F.A. : City & Guilds College ? Gallipoli and Egypt July 1915 to July 1916 ; F. July 1916 to April 1918 ; wounded twice : M.C. ; Order of Crown of Italy , Cavalier.
    Chambers, Lt, Percy Eber Henry, London Regiment : St, Bart's Hospital ? F. : M.C. ; mentioned in despatches.
    Chambers, Lt. Ralph Shelton, R.F.A. : Guy's Hosp, ? F. April 1918 to January 1919.
    Chambers, 2nd Lt. Sharon Turner, C. Gds. : City & Guilds College ? invalid
    Chambers, Lt. Theodore Gervase Sandeman, R.G.A. : R. School of Mines. ? F. August 1916 to October 1917 ; Italy October 1917 to January 1919 : M.C.
    Champ, Lt. Leonard, Essex R, ? F. as private May to July 1916 (wounded and invalid) and as officer September 1917 to March 1918.
    Champness, Maj. William Henry, City of London Volunteer R, ? home service : mentioned in W.O. Communique.
    Chandler, Capt. S.E. {see under " Officers and Former Officers ").
    Channon, 2nd Lt. Harold John, London Regiment : B.A., University College, ? invalid
    Chanter, and Lt. Horace Raymond, R.E. : University College ? invalid
    Chaplin, Lt. Cyril Julian, R.E. : B.Sc, S. Africa ? F. 1916 to November 1918 : M.C.
    Chaplin, Surg. Harold Garrett, R.N. : St. Thomas's Hospital* H.M.S. Victory, H.M. Hospital Ship Agadir and H.M.S. Hampshire.
    Chapman, Capt. Charles Albert, LA. : B.A., University College & S.W. Polytechnic ? F. November 1916 to June 1917 ; India September 1917 ; N.W. Frontier January to May 1918 ; S. Persia May 1918 to October 1919.
    Chapman, 2nd Lt. George Edwin, York. R. : University College ? F. September 1916.
    Chapman, Capt. Horace Lewis, Dorset R. : University College & Birkbeck College* Egyptian E.F. : mentioned in despatches.
    Chapman, Lt. Laurence Vaughan, Rifle Brigade : B.A., LL.B., King's College ? F. May to September 1915.
    Chapman, Capt. Percival David Hartopp, R.A.M.C. : Guy's Hospital
    Chapman, Capt. Ronald Farquhar, R.E. ? F. September 1915 to March 1919.
    Chappell, 2nd Lt. Charles Gresham, R.F.A. ? F. September to November 1919.
    Chappell, 2nd Lt. Henry William Cameron, Lab. Corps.* F. as gunner R.F.A. and as officer (22 mos.).
    Chapple, Surg. Prob. Kevin Robert, R.N.V.R. : St. Bart's Hospital* invalid
    Chard, Lt. Sydney Denham, North'd Fus. & R.A.F. : Birkbeck College
    Charles, Lt. Albert, Middlesex R. & Staff. : B.A., King's College * F. November 1916 to March 1917 ; Salonika December 1917 to November 1918 ; Transcaucasia : Bronze Medal for Military Valour (Italian).
    Charles, Lt. Arthur Randell Pendrill, R. Fus.: King's College ? F. 1917 and 1918 ; wounded June 1918 : M.C,
    Charleston, Lt, Frederick, Lan. Fus. : University College ? F. to July 1915.
    Charlesworth, Capt. Reginald, Middlesex R. ? F. February to July 1916 (wounded) and September 1916 to April 1918 : M.C. ; mentioned in despatches (thrice).
    Charlesworth, Capt. Reginald George Joseph, Spec. Lists (Dental Surgeon): R, Dent, Hosp,
    Charlesworth, Lt. Thomas Alexander, R.F.A. : City & Guilds College
    Charlton, 2nd Lt. George James, Lan. Fus. : University College. ? F.
    Charnley, Lt. John Sharpies, R.E.* wounded April 1918.
    Chart, Capt. Henry Nye, Leic. R. : City & Guilds College ? F. July 1915 to July 1916 (wounded) and February 1917 to April 1919.: M.C.
    Chase, Lt, (A/Capt.) Geoffrey Herbert, North 'n R. : B.A., University College* F. 1916 to 1918.
    Chase, Lt, Harold Phil., R.G.A. : King's College * F. November 1916 to January 1919. : Croix de Guerre (French).
    Chaster, 2nd Lt. Clifford Stilwell, R.E. : King's College
    Chatterton, 2nd Lt. Harold Montague Newnham, R.W. Surr. R. ? F. May to June 1916.
    Cheater, Surg. Sub.-Lt. George William, R.N.V.R.: King's College &
    Charing Cross Hospital * Northern Patrol April to December 1918.
    Cheesman, Capt. Eric Robert, R.F.A. : City & Guilds College * F. January to October 1917 ; wounded ; Italy October 1917 to April 1919.
    Chester, Lt. George Stanley, R.A.F,* F. October 1917 to November 1918.
    Chettoe, Lt, Cyril Stapley, E. Surrey R. : B.Sc, King's College*F, ; wounded December 1916 ; invalid
    Chevreau, Lt. PauHn Roger, R,A.M,C, : Guy's Hospital
    Child, Capt. (A/Maj.) Arthur, London Regiment : B.Sc, King's College ? F. May to October 1918 (invalid) : M.C.
    Child, Lt. David Leslie, London Regiment ? Malta March to August 1915 ; Gallipoli August to October 1915 ; Mudros January 1916 ; Egypt January to April 1916 ; F. April to September 1916.
    Child, Lt. Malcolm Davies, Rif. Brig. : B.A., University College ? F. September 1916 (wounded) and March 1917 to March 1918 (prisoner of War).
    Childerhouse, 2nd Lt. Francis James, Line. R. ? Dardanelles, Egypt and Salonika September 1915 to September 1916.
    China, 2nd Lt. William Edward, R.A.F. : Battersea Polytechnic
    Chinn, Lt. Henry Charles, Middlesex R.
    Chissell, Capt. George Edwin, R.A.M.C. : Middlesex Hospital ? F. June to October 1917 : M.C. ; mentioned in despatches.
    Chiswell, Lt. Henry Pettit, R.E. : Northampton Polytechnic ? F. April 1915 to March 1918 : M.C. ; mentioned in despatches.
    Chodak, Lt. Henry Alexis, R.A.M.C. : London Hospital ? M.C.
    Chown, Lt. (A/Capt.) Clement Richard, R.F.A. : B.Sc, Royal College of Science ? F. : mentioned in despatches.
    Christian, 2nd Lt. Aviet Thaddeus, LA.
    Christopher, Lt. James, R.E.* F. July 17 to March 1919 : mentioned in despatches.
    Church, Lt. Albert Edgar Robert, R.G.A. : B.Sc, East London College
    Church, Maj. Archibald George, R.G.A. : B.Sc, University College ? F. May 1916 to March 1919 ; N. Russia April to October 1919 : D.S.O. ; M.C. ; mentioned in despatches ; Order of St. Vladimir.
    Churcher, Surg., Lt. Duncan Gillard, R.N. : M.B., B.S., St. Thomas's Hospital
    Churchill, Capt. Henry Joseph Constantine, R.A.M.C. : St. Bart's Hospital
    Churchill, Lt. William Foster Norton, R.F.A.
    Civil, 2nd Lt. Geoffrey, R.G.A. : Borough Rd. College* F. November 1917 to April 1918 (invalid).
    Claremont, Capt. Claude Leopold Leszynski, Kings Royal Rifle Company : B.Sc. King's College* F. : mentioned in despatches.
    Clark, 2nd Lt. Arthur Frederick Venables, R.A.F.
    Clark. Surg.-Prob. Douglas Crawford, R.N.V.R. : M.B., B.S., King's College & Battersea Polytechnic
    Clark, Lt. Frederick Charles, R.E. : Goldsmiths' College* F. November 1916 to April 1919 : M.C. ; mentioned in despatches.
    Clark, Lt. George Albert, R.E. : Finsbury Tech. College* F. July 1916 to February 1919 : M.C.
    Clark, Lt. Richard Michael, R.E. : B.Sc, University College * Gallipoli as Sgt. April to December 1915 ; F. November 1916 to June 1918 (gassed and invalid) : M.C.
    Clark, Capt. Sydney Herbert, Middlesex R. * F. May 1915 to August 1916 (wounded); Burmah and Singapore June 1917 to July 1918 ; Siberia August 1918 to September 1919 : M.C. ; mentioned in W.O. Communique.
    Clark, 2nd Lt. William Henry, Middlesex R. : Battersea Polytechnic ? F. June to July 1917.
    Clarke, Capt. Ailwyn Herbert, R.A.M.C. : St. Thomas's Hospital*F. October 1916 to September 1919 : M.C.
    Clarke, Lt. Arthur Gibson Robert, S. Staff. R. : East London College ? F. July 1916 to April 1917 (wounded) and September to November 1917 ; Italy November 1917 to January 1919.
    Clarke, Maj. Arthur Leslie Rimmer, R.E. : B.Sc, King's College *F. : M.C. ; mentioned in despatches,
    Clarke, Lt. Cecil Vandepeer, S. Staff. R. : East London College ? M.C.
    Clarke, Lt. Desmond Frederick Aubrey, M.G. Corps.
    Clarke, Lt. Ernest Lionel, R.F.A. : Royal Veterinary College* F. September to December 1916.
    Clarke, Capt. John Henry Williamson, R.A.F. : King's College ? North Sea Patrol March to August 1917 ; Italy August 1917 to June 1919.
    Clarke, Capt. Percy Selwyn, R.A.M.C. : M.B., B.S., St. Bart's Hospital ? F. 1916 and 1918: M.C.
    Clark- Kennedy, Capt. Archibald Edmund, R.A.M.C. : B.A., Camb. ; London Hospital
    Classey, Capt. Owen, Essex R.
    Clatworthy, Lt. Lancelot Angove, R.A.S.C. ? F„ Egypt, Italy, Mesopotamia, India July 1917 to August 1918 ; wounded and invalid : M.C.
    Clausen, Capt. (A/Maj.) Raymond John, R.A.M.C: M.B., B.S., University College ? F. August 1914 to June 1918 ; India August 1918 to July 1919 : M.C.
    Clay, Capt. Albert Henry, London Regiment ? Gallipoli September to December 1915 ; Egypt and Palestine December 1915 to March 1919 ; wounded twice : mentioned in despatches ; Order of the Nile.
    Clay, Capt. Arundel Spencer, R.E. : B. Sc, City & Guilds College* F. 1915 to March 1919 ; wounded May 1915.
    Clayton, Maj. Cyril Hensley, Dorset. R. ? Dardanelles August 1915 (wounded and invalid) ; Egypt February to July 1916 ; F. July 1916 to March 1919 : M.C. ; mentioned in despatches.
    Clayton, Lt. (A/Capt.) Patrick Andrew, R.F.A. : City & Guilds College ? Egypt October to December 1915 ; Salonika December 1915 to April 1919.
    Clayton, Lt. William Rex. S. Staff. R. & M.G. Corps : Finsbury Tech. College ? F. May to July 1916 (wounded).