This list is based on one printed in the Bermuda Almanack at the War's end and was then observed to be incomplete. In fact, many names were missing from that list, and whether a complete list has ever been compiled seems doubtful.
NAME                         RANK                                 UNIT                                                              NOTES
Adams, Karl                                                     38th Ottawa Regiment.
Astwood, Harold Frith        Pte.                     1st Field Ambulance, Canada.
Astwood, James Clifton      Pte.                     Canadian Expiditionary Force.
Astwood, Mervyn Stuart    Sig.                      Royal Navy.                                                  Serv. on minesweeper, then a submarine.
Atwood, H. Crossley
Allen, C.M.
Baker, Kenneth                                                 Canadian Army.                                           RG noted enlisting on 27th. Aug., 1914,
                                                                                                                                           together with four other Bermudians,
                                                                                                                                           including Capt. Walker, Walter, of
                                                                                                                                           Duke of Connaught's (see below).
Brown, Ewart Cudemore                                McGill Overseas Contingent.
Barritt, Frank L.                  Cpl.                   Ft. Garry Horse, C.E.F.                                    Wounded, taken P.O.W. 21/1/17
Butterfield, C.N. Arthur                                 University of Toronto Overseas Contingent .      Attached 1st Tank Bn.
Butterfield, Harry Durham Cpl.                     Canadian Garrison Artillery (McGill Cont.)        Commissioned Sept., 1918, into 2nd
                                                                                                                                           Can. Div. Sig. Co., Canadian
                                                                                                                                           Engineers. Meritorious Service Medal.
Burrows, Stuart Alexander  Pte.                     Composite Bn., C.E.F.                                       Promoted Sergt. in 112th Bn.
Burrows, John                       Pte.                  69th Battery, C.E.F.                                           Killed 1918.
Basham, F.C.T.                                             28th Canadian Royal Engineers.                       Commissioned. Awarded Military Cross.
Card, Walter Arthur            PO Stoker            Royal Navy.                                                     Served Battle of Jutland.
Conyers, Charles                  Sergt.                 Canadian Expiditionary Force
Conyers, Walter Neville       2/ Lieut.               Royal Berkshire Regiment.                                 Killed in action, 19/08/16.
Cooper, Clarence                 Capt.                   Canadian  A.V.C.                                            (Promoted Capt., 23/09/18).
Cooper, W.E.                                                 Canadian Field Artillery
Crisson, John Ethelbert                                  Canadian Field Artillery
Crisson, Herbert S.                                         Canadian Field Artillery                                  Older brother of above.
Collison, Charles A.
Cann, Arthur
Curtis, Harry C.                     Lieut.               C.O.T.C.,R.N.A.S., R.A.F.
Dunscombe, Howard Stanley   Gnr.                 Canadian Garrison Artillery.
Dunstan, Norman                   Pte.                   2nd Bn., Cyclist Corps, C.E.F.
Down, Albert Edward             Pte.                   28th Bn., N.W. Canadian Regt.                       Awarded Military Medal, Nov., 1916. Promoted to                                                                                                                                               Sergt., 1 Dec.,  1917. Specially mentioned, 1 Feb.,
                                                                                                                                           1918. Gaz. Lieut., July, 1918.
Doe, Evelyn                           Cpl.                  Canadian Field Artillery.                                  119th Inf. Bn., R.C.H.A. Awarded
                                                                                                                                           Belgian Croix de Guerre.
Doe, Joseph Eldon                  Pte.                   Canadian Cycle Corps.
Doe,Joseph Sholtz
Denman, Fred. Win.               Gnr.                  69th By., C.F.A.                                             Transf. to Trench Mortar  Battery.
Darrell, Reginald                                             Royal Flying Corps (Canada).
Darrell, Robert Victor                                       Royal Flying Corps (Canada).
Dickins, E.C.                          Gnr.                  69th By., C.F.A.
Dickins, Eldon                                                Canadian Field Artillery.
Dickinson, Reuben Maynard    Flight Cadet       Royal Air Force.                                             Gaz. 2/Lieut., 15/02/19.
Dickinson, Percival Erle           Pte. Canadian     R.A.M.C.                                                       Died in Halifax, NS, Oct., 1918, a few weeks after                                                                                                                                                enlisting. Detailed to nurse influenza patients,
                                                                                                                                              he caught, and died of, the disease  himself.
Edwards, A.H.                       Cpl.                   Royal Army Ordnance Corps.                           Field Commission to Royal Garrison Artillery,                                                                                                                                                     1918. Posted to the Bermuda Contingent, R.G.A.
Farrell, Michael John                                       U.S. Army.                                                       Went to France with BVRC, 1915. Wounded,                                                                                                                                                      discharged as unfit 1917. Enlisted in US Army,                                                                                                                                                   and sent to France.
Farrier                                    Pte.                   Royal Fusiliers ?                                               (See Cpl.Wailes, G.C) Went to France in 1914.
Frith, Herbert                                                                                                                          Killed.
Frith, Norman                                                 Royal Flying Corps (Canada)
Gilbert, Chas. Gray Gosling    Maj.                  Machine Gun Corps.                                         Oxford O.T.C. Commissioned into 8 Royal West                                                                                                                                                 Kent. Transf. to M.G.C. Awarded Military Cross.
Godet, H. Martin                                             Royal Flying Corps?
Godet, Lennock DeGraaf         2/Lt.                  55 Sqn., Royal Air Force.                                   Killed in action, 1 June, 1918.
Gray, Edmund Brownlow       Pte.                    C.F.A.                                                               Wounded, 4 Oct., 1918.
Harvey, Eldon                                                 R.G.A.                                                              Completed O.T.C., Toronto, Canada, and                                                                                                                                                            resigned on 8 July, '18. Training for commission                                                                                                                                                in R.G.A. in UK, Sept., '18.
Harvey, Raymond                                            R.G.A.                                                              Details same as for brother, above.
Higinbothom, Harry               Pte.                    C.E.F.?                                                             Cable from Ottawa recorded in RG, 10 Sept.,                                                                                                                                                      1918, reporting his wounding. Probably is ex-
                                                                                                                                               BVRC Lieutenant H. Higinbotham, of St.
                                                                                                                                               George’s,  mentioned as working for Bank of
                                                                                                                                               Montreal in Toronto, and having been offered
                                                                                                                                               Canadian Army commission in RG on 6th May,
Hutchings, Harold                                           R.F.C. (Canada)
Jackson, Cyril                                                 Canadian Army.                                                 Noted enlisting in RG, 27th. Aug., 1914.
Lent, W.D.                             Lt. Cdr.             U.S. Navy.
Leseur, Herman                                               R.F.C. (Canada)
Lightbourne, Robert                2/Lt.                 11 Gloucestershire Regt.                                       RG noted gazetted 2/Lt., 8 Feb., 1916.
Lightbourne, Robert H.           Lt.                    U.S. Navy.
Misick, John McDowell Kelley                           Punjaub Light Horse                                              Superintendent of Police, Lahore,
                                                                                                                                                    India. Entered Indian Police 1904. Had
                                                                                                                                                     served in Persian Gulf  in suppression
                                                                                                                                                     of illegal arms trade, then headed the
                                                                                                                                                    Special Branch of Punjab CID. Also
                                                                                                                                                     took a commission in the PLH,  serving
                                                                                                                                                    in these double roles simultaneously,
                                                                                                                                                    and this over taxation probably
                                                                                                                                                     contributed to his death of  enteric
                                                                                                                                                     fever while in Camp with the PLH  in
                                                                                                                                                     March of 1915 (see RG, 11 March,
                                                                                                                                                     1915 and 27 April, 1915.
Montgomery-Moore, Cecil         Maj.                 Royal Flying Corps, Royal Air Force .                   Took  leave from BVRC to join RFC in Canada.                                                                                                                                                  Served France. Distinguished Flying Cross.                                                                                                                                                         Major as O.C., B.V.E. and C.O., B.F.S., Second                                                                                                                                                 World War.
Morris                                    Cpl.                  Royal Fusiliers ?                                                  Went to France in 1914. Former
                                                                                                                                                Hamilton  Police costable. See Cpl.
                                                                                                                                                Wailes, G.C.
Motyer, Arthur                                                Canadian Army                                                   Noted enlisting in RG, 27th. Aug., 1914.
Motyer, Ephraim                                             C.F.A.                                                                Commissioned from ranks.
Nelmes, Cyril                          2/Lt.                  R.F.C.
Rance, Stanley                        Lieut.                U.S. Navy.                                                          Commissioned Lt. Engr., USNR, 1918.
Roberts, A.E.                                                  Canadian R.F.C.
Robinson, Bryan                    Capt. Adjt.         C.E.F.                                                                Joined 1st Canadian Contingent,
                                                                                                                                                Salvation Army Battalion, in 1915 as
                                                                                                                                                Chaplain. Transferred to Infantry
                                                                                                                                                Battalion as a musketry instructor.
                                                                                                                                                Awarded MC, for gallantry at Flanders,
                                                                                                                                                 1917. Killed in action, 2 Sept., 18.
Simpson, Rae                                                  Canadian Army.                                                 Noted enlisting in RG, 27th. Aug., 1914.
Skinner, Willard                      Lt.                   Royal Air Force.                                                  First enlisted in 9 Bedfords.
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