Fallen Brethren

 

Lodge Members who gave their lives for King and Country

1914 – 1919  &  1939 – 1946

Lt Col

Guy Cunninghame Knight

The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment

Sept 1914

C & Bd

Lt

HH Maurice Prince of Battenberg

Kings Royal Rifle Corps

Oct 1914

Benson

FM

Lord Roberts

Royal Artillery

Nov 1914

Governor

Lt

Denys George Stephenson

Scots Guards

May 1915

Stanley

Cpl

Richard Frederick Ince Currie

Royal Fusiliers

Jul 1915

Benson

2nd Lt

Alfred Vivian Stanfield

The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey Regiment)

Aug 1916

Benson

Maj

Harry William Crippin MC

Royal Artillery

Sept 1916

Talbot

Capt

Alexander Neville Blair

The Black Watch

Mar 1917

Hill

Cmdr

Shelley Scarlett, Baron Abinger

Royal Navy attached to the Bedforshire Regiment

May 1917

Anglesey

2nd Lt

Thomas Ramsay Stoney

Kings Own Scots Borderers

Apr 1918

Murray

Lt Col

Cyril Dudley Hely Corbett

Royal Army Medical Corps

Dec 1918

Benson

Maj

Edward Frederick Kelaart

Royal Artillery

Jun 1919

Blucher

Maj

Henry J Brougham

Royal Artillery

1923

Stanley

Maj

Sir Henry Burrows Shiffner Bt

Royal Artillery

Nov 1941

Benson

Maj

Henry George Cashel Garratt

Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers

Aug 1943

Beresford

Mr

Godfrey Jackson Carter

Test & Dispatch Flight, Hatfield

Aug 1943

Hill

Absent Brethren

1340 old boys, staff, and servants of Wellington College

are known to have given their lives on active service for their Country

 

 

If you are visiting the battlefields click here for a guide to where some of these fallen brethren are remembered: [coming soon]