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    London University - Officers Training Corps - H.

    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 - H:

    Hacker, Capt. Charles Frederick, R.A.M.C. : M.B., B.S., University College & King's College Hospital* F. : M.C. ; mentioned in despatches ; Croix de Guerre (French).
    Hacker, Capt. Fred Alfred Risdon, R.A.M.C. : King's College
    Hadden, Lt. Archibald Lomas, London Regiment ? F. April to December 16 (wounded and invalid).
    Hadow, Lt. Douglas Patrick, North 'd Fus. & R.A.F. : Northampton Polytechnic ? M.C.
    Haigh, 2nd Lt. Arthur Gordon, R.E. : B.A., Camb. ? F. June 15 to February 16.
    Haines, Capt. George Harris, R.A.M.C. : University College ? F. November 15 to February 19 : M.C.
    Hairsine, Capt. Owen, R.A.M.C. : Middlesex Hospital* F. August 14 to March 16 (invalid) and November 16 to June 17 : M.C. ; mentioned in despatches (twice).
    Hale, Lt. Herbert Charles. York. R. : Sir John Cass Tech. Inst.* F. ; gassed and invalid June 16 ; April to November 17.
    Hale, Capt. Percy James McKie, R.F.A. : University College* Egypt Dec 15 to February 16 ; F. February 16 to March 19 : mentioned in despatches.
    Hall, Instr. Lt. Arthur Edward, R.N. : Royal College of Science * H.M.S. Inflexible January 16 to September 18 ; Jutland.
    Hall, Capt. Arthur George, R.A.S.C. : B.Sc, City & Guilds College & Battersea Polytechnic * F. August 15 to April 19 : mentioned in despatches.
    Hall, Lt. Clement, London Regiment * F. November 14 to February 15 (wounded and invalid); September to October 16 (wounded and invalid) and December 17 to March i8 (wounded and invalid).
    Hall, Surg. Sub.-Lt. Frederick Richard, R.N.V.R. : St. Thomas's Hospital
    Hall, Capt. Herbert Glynn, R.A.F. : University College* F. November 14 to August 15 ; wounded over North Sea April 16 : D.S.C.
    Hall, Lt. Herbert Neville, H.A.C. & London Regiment : City & Guilds College & King's College
    Hall, Lt. Philip Henry, W. York. R. ? Mesopotamia March 17 to March 19.
    Hall, Capt. Stanley Allman, R.A.M.C. : Middlesex Hospital* F. May 15 to March 16 (invalid) ; Egyptian E.F. January 18 to May 19.
    Hallifax, Lt. Herbert Witten, R.E. : B.A., Oxf . ? E. Africa September 14 to 16 ; F. August 17 to November 18 : mentioned in despatches ; Medaille d'Honneur avec glaives en Vermeil (French).
    Hambly, Lt. Donald Montague, R.A.F. : Northampton Polytechnic ? F. May 18 to January 19 (invalid).
    Hamilton, Capt. Melville St. Clair, RA.M.C. : Charing Cross Hospital & St. Thomas's Hospital ? F. November 16 to October 17 ; Italy October 17 to August 18 ; F. August 18 to March 19 ; N. Russia June to September 19 : mentioned in despatches.
    Hamilton, Lt. Stanley Baines, R.E. : B.Sc, Royal College of Science
    Hamilton-Whiteford, see Whiteford.
    Hamlyn, Lt. John Angell, M.G. Corps : King's College ? F. July 16 to January 17 and January 18 to March 19.
    Hammond, 2nd Lt. Edward Holbrey, E. Surr. R. ? F. April to November 18 (invalid).
    Hammond, 2nd Lt. John Lawrence Le Breton, R.F.A. : B.A., Oxf. ? home service
    Hammond, 2nd Lt. Stanley Alfred, R.E. : University College
    Hampson, Lt. Leonard Percy, R.E. ? F. March to October 18 (invalid).
    Hanbury, Lt. Charles Edward Capel, Gen. List & Staff : University College
    Hancock, Maj. Allen Coulter, R.A.M.C. : Guy's Hospital* F. May 15 to March 18 ; wounded twice and inval . : M.C. with two bars ; mentioned in despatches.
    Hancock, 2nd Lt. George John, Essex R. : Lond. School of Economics ? F. May 15 to April 16 ; Egypt and Palestine as Q.M.S. in R.F.A. June 17 to February 19.
    Handley, 2nd Lt. Arthur Lonsdale, R.E. : King's College ? F. October 17 to September 18 (invalid).
    Handley, 2nd Lt. Herbert Eustace, London Regiment : King's College & London Day Training College ? F. March to May 15.
    Hands, Capt. (A/Maj.) Arthur Sheldon, Dorset R. : Middlesex Hospital ? M.C.
    Hankins, 2nd Lt. George Alexander, R.G.A. : Royal College of Science
    Hannam, Lt. Sydney Philip, R.F.A. : City & Guilds College* F. November 14 to July 16 : M.C. ; mentioned in despatches.
    Hansford, 2nd Lt. Sidney Howard, R.F.A. : University College ? F.
    Hanson, Lt. Frederick James Colin, LA.
    Harby, Rev. Maurice Rammell, C/F : King's College
    Harding, 2nd Lt. Lionel Henry Powys, Leic. R. ? F. June to October 18 : M.C.
    Hardwick, 2nd Lt. George Harold James, W. York. R. : King's College ? F. June 17 to May 18 ; invalid
    Hardy, Lt. Edgar Leslie, Gen. List. attd. R.E. : B.A., Birkbeck College* F. 17 to October 18.
    Hardy, 2nd Lt. Geoffrey, R.FA. ? F. January to May 17.
    Hardy, Lt. (A/Capt.) Oscar King, London Regiment : R. Dent. Hospital* F. September to November 16 ; Salonika November 16 to July 17 ; Egypt and Palestine July 17 to January 19.
    Hare, 2nd Lt. Stanley Grant, Middlesex R. : King's College ? Egypt and Palestine May 16 to April 17.
    Hare, Maj. William Theodore, R.A.M.C. & Staff: BA., Camb.; St. Thomas's Hospital ? F. October 15 to March 19: M.C.; mentioned in despatches.
    Harford, Lt. Percy, R.F.A. ? F. (2 yrs. 3 mos.).
    Harger, 2nd Lt. Frank Eric, R.F.A. : St. Bart's Hospital ? F.August to December 15.
    Harland, Lt. Robert Main, R.E. : R. School of Mines.
    Harley, Capt. Arthur Darent, S. Staff. R. : B.Sc, University College ? F. July to October 15 (wounded and invalid) and June to July 16.
    Harley, Lt. William, R.E.* F. November 16 to May 17 (invalid) and December 17 to November 18 (invalid).
    Harper, Lt. Cecil Gordon, Gord. Highlanders : King's College & Middlesex Hospital ? F. July 15 to August 17.
    Harper, 2nd Lt. Robert Colin. R.E. ? F. July to April 19.
    Harrington, Capt. Edwyn John, London Regiment : City & Guilds College ? Malta September 14 to January 15 ; F. January 15 to August 18 ; wounded twice : mentioned in despatches (twice).
    Harrington, Lt. Frederick Herbert Louis, L Gds.
    Harris, 2nd Lt. Albert James, R. Lane. R. : London Hospital* F. July to October 16.
    Harris, 2nd Lt. Albert Nansen, R.W. Kent R. : Battersea Polytechnic
    Harris, 2nd Lt. Alfred Abraham, Middlesex R. ? F. July to September 16.
    Harris, Lt. Edward Leslie, K.O. Scots Bord.*F. October 17 to March 18 (wounded).
    Harris, Lt. Ernest Frederick, Gen. List.
    Harris, 2nd Lt. Henry Lionel, R.E. : King's College ? F. September to December 15 : mentioned in despatches.
    Harris, 2nd Lt. Herbert Traer, R.W. Surr. R.
    Harris, Lt. Jack, Middlesex R. ? home service : invalid
    Harris, Lt. James Lonsdale, R.E. : B.Sc, Royal College of Science & R. School of Mines. ? Egypt June to August 15 ; Gallipoli August 15 to January 16 ; Egypt January to May 16 ; Mudros May to November 16 ; Salonika December 16 to January 19 : M.C. ; mentioned in despatches.
    Harris, Capt. John Charles Neville, R.A.M.C. : B.A., Camb.; St. Thomas's Hospital ? F. with Brit. Red Cross August 14 to January 15 ; as officer July 16 to March 19.
    Harris, Capt. John Richard, R.A.M.C. : St. Thomas's Hospital* Mesopotamia : O.B.E. ; mentioned in despatches.
    Harris, Lt. Kenneth Lloyd, York. R. & R.A.F.
    Harris, Lt. Lawrence Ernest, M.G. Corps: City & Guilds College * F. September 16 to October 17 (wounded and invalid).
    Harris, Lt. Ralph Vivian, R.G.A. ? F. August to November 18.
    Harris, Lt. Roland George, Line. R. & R.A.F. ? F. as private October 14 to June 15 ; as officer July 17 to May 18 and September 18 to February 19.
    Harris, Capt. Spencer Frederick, R.A.M.C. : Middlesex Hospital & London Hospital
    Harrison, Capt. Cecil Cantilupe, R.A.M.C. : St. Mary's Hospital
    Harrison, Capt. Cyril Edward, RA.M.C. : M.B., B.S., Middlesex Hospital
    Harrison, Lt. Douglas Goldie, Lab, Corps : University College
    Harrison, Capt. Geoffrey Arthur, R.A.M.C. : B.A., Camb. ; King's College Hospital ? Mesopotamia May 17 to April 19.
    Harrison, Capt. Harry St. John, York. R. ? F. August to November 17 ; invalid
    Harrison, Lt. Henry Leslie, York. R. & R.A.F. ? F. ; wounded twice and invalid
    Harrison, Capt. Percy Swinford, R.A.S.C.
    Harrison, Lt. Ralph John, R.E.* F. December 16 to June 18 (wounded and invalid).
    Harrison, Lt. Ronald, R. Highlanders : Borough Rd. College ?Egypt and Palestine May 16 to November 17.
    Harrison, Surg. Sub.-Lt. Sidney Gilbert, R.N.V.R. : St. Bart's Hospital ? H.M.H.S. China, Grand Fleet, July 16 to May 17 ; H.M.S. Pansy, Fleet sweeper June to December 17 ; H.M.SS. Spenser and Teazer, Destroyer Flotilla December 17 to April 18.
    Harrison, Maj. Stanley Sextus Barrymore, R.A.M.C. : Guy's Hospital* F. 15 to October 18: M.C.
    Harrison, 2nd Lt. Thomas Percy, R.F.A ? F. January 17 to April 18.
    Harrison, Surg. Lt. Walter Parker, R.N.V.R. : Charing Cross Hospital & R. Dent. Hospital ? H.M.H.SS. Drina and Berbice, North Sea, August 14 to May 18 ; F. October 18 to January 19.
    Harrison, Capt. William Llewellyn Aplin, R.A.M.C. : St. Mary's Hospital ? F. April to September 16 (wounded and invalid) ; January to November 17 ; Italy November 17 to February 18 (invalid) : M.C.
    Harsant, Capt. Arnold Guy, R.A.M.C. : London Hospital ? Salonika December 16 to December 18 : mentioned in despatches ; Order of St. Sava, 5th CI.
    Hart, Sub.-Lt. Arthur Reginald, R.N.V.R. : Westminster Hospital & King's College ? F. hospital work for the French September 14 to November 15 and as officer 16.
    HART, Capt. Cecil Lyon, W. Rid. R. : University College* F. December 14 to July 16 : mentioned in despatches.
    Hart, Capt. Ernest Ravensworth, R.A.M.C. : Guy's Hospital
    Hart, Lt. Geoffrey, R.G.A.
    Hart, Lt.-Col. Gilbert, R.E. & Staff.* F. : O.B.E. ; M.C. ; mentioned in despatches (twice).
    Hart, Maj. Kenneth Eugene, R.W. Surrey R. & Staff. ? Salonika : O.B.E.; M.C. ; mentioned in despatches.
    Hart, Capt. Leonard Victor, Res. of Officers, empld. R.E. : City & Guilds College*F. May 15 to March 16 (wounded twice) ; Mediterranean and North Persia December 16 to January 20 : mentioned in despatches.
    Hart, 2nd Lt. Morris Daniel, R.A.F. : B.Sc, City & Guilds College
    Hart, 2nd Lt. Robert Arthur, Worc. R. : Finsbury Tech. College ? F. February to August 17.
    Hart, 2nd Lt. Selim Laurance, Bedford R. : R. Dent. Hospital
    HART, Lt. William Cecil Frederick Nicol, R. Lane. R. & R.A.F. : King's College
    Hartley, Maj. Arthur Clifford, R.A.F. : B.Sc, City & Guilds College* F. : O.B.E. ; mentioned in W.O. Communique.
    Hartley, Surg. Leslie Briggs, R.N, : B.A., Camb. ; St. Thomas's Hospital ? H.M.S. Valkyrie, Harwich Flotilla, September to December 17,
    Hartman, 2nd Lt. Cecil Preu, R.E. : Northampton Polytechnic ? F. October 18 to February 19.
    Hartog, Midshipman Norman Baden, R.N.V.R. : City & Guilds College
    Hartridge, Lt. Reginald William Osmond, R.E. : King's College
    Harvard, Lt. Kenneth O'Gorman, G. Gds. : City & Guilds College ? F. December 16 to August 17,
    Harvey, Lt. Charles Edward, Notts. Yeomanry & Notts. & Derby. R.
    Harvey, Capt. Hugh Charles, R.E. : City & Guilds College*F. : mentioned in despatches.
    Harvey, Capt. Martin Mornement, Notts. & Derby. R. ? F. : D.S.O. ; M.C. with bar ; mentioned in despatches.
    Harvey, Lt. Norman Underwood, R.A.F.
    Harvey, 2nd Lt. Robert Donald, Lab. Corps.
    Haselden, Lt. John Oliver, Hamps, Yeomanry. ? home service
    Haskins, 2nd Lt. Victor Bradshaw, E. Surrey R. : Battersea Polytechnic ? F. August to November 15.
    Hasler, 2nd Lt. Gordon Beverley, Bedf. R. : Finsbury Tech. College ? F. May to June 16.
    Hasselhuhn, 2nd Lt. George Regnander, R.A.F. : King's College
    Hastie, Lt. Leonard William, Glouc. R. ? wounded and invalid
    Hatfield, Lt. Morgan Besley, Oxf. & Bucks. L.L : B.Sc, City & Guilds College*F. May to November 15; Egypt and Salonika May to December 16 (wounded).
    Hatley, 2nd Lt. Frederick Francis Percival, Glouc. R. : University College* home service
    Havelock-Allan, Lt. Henry Ralph Moreton, S. Gds.* F. (5 mos.).
    Havers, Lt. Geoffrey Gordon, R.A.M.C. : B.A., Camb. ; St. Bart's Hospital
    Haward, Capt. Frederick Bernard, R.E. : City & Guilds College
    Hawdon, Capt. Rupert Ayrton, R.G.A. : City & Guilds College* F. September 15 to November 18 : mentioned in despatches (twice).
    Hawes, Maj. Charles George, R.E. : B.Sc, City & Guilds College & Royal College of Science * Gallipoli and Sinai August 15 to April 17 ; Egyptian E.F. April 17 to January 19 : M.C. ; mentioned in despatches (twice).
    Hawes, Capt. Richard Brunei, R.A.M.C. : St. Thomas's Hospital
    Hawker, Lt. John Raymond Stuart, R.E. : B.Sc, City & Guilds College* F. January to July 16 (wounded and invalid).
    Hawkes, Lt. John Douglas, R.E. * Salonika October 17 to April 19.
    Hawkes, Capt. Lawrence Vincent Clare, I.A. & York. R. : University College * F, July 15 to June 18 ; India August 18 to November 19 : mentioned in despatches.