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    Search the historical London street directory, and London pub history site including early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London. This search engine is not brilliant, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. Searches on people names do appear to work, I think. Let me know!

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    London University - Officers Training Corps - E.

    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 - E:

    Eaddy, 2nd Lt. Charles Thomas, N. Staff. R. : East London College
    Eades, Capt. Reginald Oliver, R.A.M.C. : University College Hospital* F. 15 to 16 ; Salonika 17 to 19 : mentioned in despatches.
    Eagle, Lt. Frank Walter, R.E. : Northampton Polytechnic * F. March 15 to June 16 ; wounded October 15.
    Eagles, Lt. Jack Mortimer, R.W. Surr. R. : Northampton Polytechnic * F. August to November 17 ; Italy November 17 to March 18 (wounded and invalid).
    Eames, 2nd Lt. Cecil William Bunbury, R.E.* F. ; wounded March 18.
    Eames, Maj. Frank Wells, London Regiment : Birkbeck College * F. June to December 16 ; Salonika December 16 to June 17 ; Egypt and Palestine June 17 to July 18 (invalid).
    Eames, Capt, Sidney Herbert Wells, London Regiment : Birkbeck College* F. October 15 to February 19 : M.C.
    Earle, Capt. Albert Ewan, Yorks. L.I. ? F. April to November 17 (wounded) and April to May 19 : M.C. with bar.
    Early, Capt. Philip Vanner, R.A.M.C. : M.B., B.S., University College &Hospital ? F. 15 to 17 and May to December 18.
    Eason, Lt. Raymond Praed, Line. R. : University College ? F. January to July 16.
    Eastaugh, Lt. Cyril, S. Staff. R. & Lab. Corps. : East London College ? M.C.
    Eastman, Capt. Harry Campbell, R.G.A. ? F. ; wounded and gassed October 16 ; Egypt and Palestine March 17 to September 18 (invalid) : Order of the Nile, 5th Cl. .
    Easton, Lt. Percy Tucker, R.E. : University College ? M.C.
    Eastwood, Capt. Thomas R.A.V.C. : Royal College of Science* invalid
    Eberli, Surg. Lt. William Felix, R.N. : St. Bart's Hospital
    Eccles, Capt. (A/Maj.) George Dunluce, R.A.M.C. : M.B., B.S., Guy's Hospital ? F. and Mesopotamia 14 to 19 ; wounded twice : M.C. ; mentioned in despatches ; Medaille des Epidemics, en argent (French).
    Eccles, Lt. Henry Ernest Karslake, R.A.F. : St. Bart's Hospital ? F. March to April 17 (invalid) : M.C.
    Eccles, Lt. Thomas Annesley, R.G.A. : St. Bart's Hospital* Sierra Leone March to December 17.
    Eddov^s, Lt. Hugh Mortimer, R.E. : R. School of Mines ? F. March 17 to October 18 : D.S.O. ; mentioned in despatches.
    Edmonds, Maj. Arthur Garnham, London Regiment & M.G. Corps : East London College ? Gallipoli August 15 ; Military Mission U.S.A. October 17 to November 18.
    Edmonds, Capt. Arthur William Foster, R.A.M.C. : Westminster Hospital* invalid
    Edmonds, 2nd Lt. Bertram Eric, Army Printing & Stationery Services : University College* F. with French Red Cross February 15.
    Edmonds, Lt. Leslie Stuart, R.F.A. : University College
    Edmonds, 2nd Lt. Wilfred Bell, Som. L.I : Birkbeck College * invalid
    Edwards, Capt. Eric Wilson, R.W. Surr. R, * F. August 16 to November 17.
    Edwards, 2nd Lt. Francis Andrew Lloyd, R. Berks. R. : City & Guilds College * F. October 15 to August 16 : M.C.
    Edwards, Capt. Geoffrey, New Armies & Staff. * F. September 15 to March 19.
    Edwards, Lt. George Frederick, Line. R. & Norf. R. : King's College * Gallipoli, Egypt and Palestine October 15 to Aug, 17; wounded April 17.
    Edwards, Lt. Henry James, London Regiment : Royal Veterinary College
    Edwards, 2nd Lt. John, R.E, : B.Sc, King's College* F. 15 to December 18 : Croix de Guerre (Belgian).
    Edwards, Capt. John Marshall, R.E. : B.Sc. * Sinai and Palestine October 16 to April 19 ; invalid
    Edwards, Capt. Monte, R.A.M.C. : St. Thomas's Hosp,
    Edwards, Lt. Reginald, York R.
    Edwards, Lt. Reginald Threlkeld, R.F.A. & R.A.F. : Finsbury Tech. College * Anti-submarine patrols North Sea April to December 18 : A.F.C.
    Edwards, Surg. Sub.-Lt. Richard Tudor, R.N.V.R. : London Hospistal, * North Sea October 18 to February 19.
    Edwards, Lt. Thomas Arthur, Wilts. R. : S.W. Polytechnic * F. (1 1/2| yrs.).
    Eggar, Capt. John Graham, R.E. : City & Guilds College * Mudros & Egypt June 15 to June 18 ; Egypt, Palestine & Syria June 1 8 to July 19 : M.C. ; mentioned in despatches ; Order of the Nile, 4th CI.
    Eggar, Capt. William Halley, R.A.M.C. : M.B., B.S., Middlesex Hospital ? India November 17 to December 18,
    Eidinow, Capt. Albert, R.A.M.C. : M.B., B.S., London Hospital
    Eidinow, Capt. William, R.A.M.C. : London Hospital ? Silver Medal for Military Valour (Italian).
    Eland, Capt. Arthur John Charles, R.F.A. : St. Bart's Hospital* F. August 15 to July 17 (invalid) and February 18 to April 19 ; wounded August 18.
    Elder, Lt. (A/Capt.) William Gardiner, London Regiment : B.Sc. King's College ? F. 16 ; Salonika ; Palestine (invalid October 17).
    Elderton, Capt. Edward Fothergill, R.A.F. : City & Guilds College ? wounded and invalid
    Elderton, Lt. Fothergill Rex, R. War. R. : City & Guilds College ? F. December 14 to September 15 : mentioned in despatches.
    Eldridge, Capt. William John, R.G.A. : Northampton Polytechnic ? F. June 16 to 18 : D.S.O. ; M.C. ; mentioned in despatches (twice).
    Elgey, 2nd Lt. Eric, R.F.A. & R.F.C. : B.A., Oxf. ? F. February to March 17.
    Ellingham, Lt. Harold Johann Thomas, R.E. ; B.Sc, Royal College of Science» Mesopotamia August 17 to April 19 ; India May to June 19.
    Elliot, Lt. Cyril Henry Duncan, R.F.A. ? Mesopotamia October 17 to January 19.
    Elliot, Capt. George Hawksley, R.F.A. : B.Sc, University College ? F. February 15 to November 17 (wounded) and October 18 to February 19.
    Elliott, Maj. Stanley, London Regiment : B.Sc, King's College ? O.B.E.
    Elliott, Lt. William Rogerson, A. Cyclist Corps : B.A. ? F. November 16 to December 18 : M.C.
    Ellis, Lt. Ernest Richard, R.G.A. : B.Sc, Royal College of Science & City & Guilds Coll, ? E. Africa : mentioned in despatches.
    Ellis, 2nd Lt. Geoffrey Hender Stuart, R.E. : City & Guilds College ? F. (3 mos.).
    Ellis, Capt. Hector Charles, Middlesex R. & Wore R. ? O.B.E.
    Ellis, Lt. Hugh Cameron Guy, R.G.A. ? F. July to August 16 ; Italy April to October 17 ; Mesopotamia October 17 to April 18 ; Palestine April 18 to February 19.
    Ellis, Surg. Lt. John Stanley, R.N. : B.A., Camb. ; Guy's Hospital ? H.M.H.S. Glengorm Castle February to December 15.
    Ellis, Lt. Joseph Henry, R.E. : B.Sc, R. School of Mines.
    Ellis, 2nd Lt. Lovell Strange Eaton, R.E. : City & Guilds College
    Ellison, Maj. Hubert Henry Lacey, R.A.M.C: St. Bart's Hospital ? Egypt, Salonika, Serbia, Bulgaria, Constantinople, Asia Minor March 16 to May 19 : mentioned in despatches (twice).
    Elworthy, Lt. Edward Pearce, R.E. : B.Sc, City & Guilds College ? Gallipoli to August 15.
    Emmerson, Capt. Cuthbert Lindsay, R.A.M.C: St. Bart's Hospital* Mesopotamia May 16 to 17 ; Persia 17 to 18 ; India April to September 19 : mentioned in despatches.
    Engledow, Lt.-Col. Frank Leonard, Staff (Capt. R.W. Kent R.) : B.A., Camb. ; B.,Sc., University College ? India March to October 17 ; Mesopotamia November 17 to November 18 : mentioned in despatches (twice) ; Croix de Guerre (French).
    Enright, 2nd Lt. Anthony Basil, R.F.A. ? F. November 16 to May 17,
    Erwin, Maj, Harry, R.A.O.C. ? F. October 15 to March 19 : O.B.E. ; mentioned in despatches (twice).
    Escritt, Capt. Frederick Knowles, R.A.M.C. : Guy's Hospital
    Espir, Capt. Elie Henri, R.A.S.C. ? F. 14 to 15 (1 yr.).
    Espir, Lt. Louis, R.F.A. : B.Sc, University College ? Gallipoli 15 (invalid).
    Essenhigh, Lt. (A/Capt.) Reginald Clare, Manch. R. ? F. August 15 to May 16 (invalid) ; and January to June 17 (wounded and invalid).
    Ethelston, Capt. Simon, R.F.A. : University CoU.^F. January to April 15 (wounded and invalid) : mentioned in W.O. Communique.
    Etheridge, Surg. Sub.-Lt. Edwin Spencer, R.N.V.R. : University College ? H.M.S. Dido, Harwich Patrol ; H.M.S. Foxglove, Grand Fleet mine-sweeping.
    Etheridge, Capt. Eric Gordon, Suff. R. & R.A.F. : Birkbeck College
    Etherton, Capt. Louis John Walpole, New Armies & Spec. Lists ? F. May to June 16 (invalid).
    Ettles, Lt. Ian McCuUoch, R.F.A. ?F. (15 mos.) ; wounded March 17 & March 18.
    Ettlinger, Capt. Eric Sigmund, R.F.A. : University College ? F. December 15 to March 19 ; wounded twice : M.C.
    Eustace, Capt. Fred Arthur, R.E. : University College & Finsbury Tech. College ? Indian Frontier 15 ; Mesopotamia 16 to December 18 (invalid).
    Evans, Lt. Corris William, New Armies ? F. July 15 to June 16 (wounded and invalid) ; O.B.E.
    Evans, Capt. Daniel Davies, R.A.M.C. : St. Bart's Hospital ?M.C.
    Evans, Lt. Edward Walter, R. Lane. R. & Spec. Lists : B.A., Oxf. ? E. Africa May to November 18.
    Evans, Surg. Sub.-Lt. Frankis Tilney, R.N.V.R. : St. Bart's Hospital
    Evans, Surg. Prob. Frederick Augustus, R.N.V.R. : London Hospital
    Evans, 2nd Lt. George William, R. Fus. : King's College ? F. 16 to 17 (invalid).
    Evans, Capt. Jenkin Albert, R.F.A. : Guy's Hospital *F. 16 to March 18 (gassed and invalid) and August 18 to March 19 : M.C.
    Evans, 2nd Lt. John Caradoc, M.G. Corps : M.B., Durham ; London Hospital ? F. September 17 to April 18.
    Evans, Capt. Montagu, R.F.A.* F. July 16 to October 17 (invalid) ; wounded three times : M.C.
    Evans, Maj. Oswald Richard George, R.A.O.C. & Staff . ? F. ; invalid
    Evans, Lt. Powys Arthur Lenthall, W. Gds. : University College* F. July to December 18.
    Evans, 2nd Lt. Richard Morgan, R.E. : B.Sc. ? F. October 17 to January 19.
    Evans, Maj. (T/Lt.-Col.) Thomas Richard, R. W. Fus. & N. Staff. R. : B.A., Birkbeck College*F. : D.S.O.; mentioned in despatches.
    Evans, Lt. Tom Stenner, R.A.M.C. : M.B., B.S., St. Mary's Hospital* home service
    Evans, Surg. Sub.-Lt. Tyrrell George, R.N.V.R.: St. Bart's Hospital* E. Mediterranean Squadron July 16 to October 17.
    Evans, Capt. Waher Stuart, R.A.M.C. : University College ? Gallipoli and Mesopotamia June 15 to February 18 ; wounded ; India February 18 to August 19.
    Evans, Fit. Sub.-Lt. William Bernard, R.N.A.S. Canadian Navy : B.Sc, University College
    Evans, Capt. William Jones, R.A.M.C. : University College Hospital ? F. May i6 to September 17.
    Evatt, Capt. James Millar, R.A.M.C. : University College Hospital
    Evers, Lt. (A/Capt.) Norman, M.G. Corps : B.Sc, King's College
    Evetts, Maj. William Alfred, R.G.A. : Battersea Polytechnic* F. September 15 to May 19 : M.C. ; mentioned in despatches ; Legion d'Honneur, Croix de Chevalier.
    Ewart, 2nd Lt. George, Res. Regt. Cav.
    Ewart, Lt. Henry John, Arg. & Suth'd. Highlanders : University College ? F. May to September 15 (wounded).