|BACK GREAT WAR LIST: BERMUDIANS IN BRITISH, IMPERIAL, COMMONWEALTH OR ALLIED FORCES
Smith, Allan Chalmers Capt. R.F.A. (As for Maj. C.G.G. Gilbert, above, )
Allan Smith was a Bermuda Rhodes
Scholar, studying Law at Oxford, before
the War. Oxford O.T.C. Noted as gaz.
2/Lt., R.F.A., 14 Jan., 1915. Awarded
MC. Served post-War as Capt. in
BVRC. Knighted (1953?).
Smith, Bernard Valentine S. Lt. Royal Flying Corps. Wounded in 1916, but managed to land
behind British trenches. Awarded
Military Cross, 1916.
Smith, Donald Christopher Lt. R.F.A., Worcs. Brig., TA, 42 Div. Brother of Allan Smith, above. Memoirs
are in Bda. Library. Left Oxford to
serve as volunteer hospital orderly (with
Serbs), in Macedonia, 1915.
Commissioned into RFA, serving at
Front, then as instructor in England.
Smith, Frederick Lea Grenadier Guards. Working as an engineer in New Jersey
on outbreak of War. Enlisted while still
in New York. Sent to UK, asked to join
BVRC Cont., but this was not possible.
Smith, Wilfred S.E. Queen's Own Rifles (Canada). Went to France as a Machine Gunner,
Spurling, A. Rowe S/Ldr. Royal Air Force. Went to France with 1st. BVRC Cont.,
1915. Commissioned into RFC. Won
D.F.C., 1918, for single-handed attack
on 30 German fighter-planes, downing 5.
Stone, Stanley St.Clare 2/Lt. Royal Air Force . Went to France with 1st. BVRC Cont.,
1915. Commissioned into RFC.
Wounded, 11th. Oct., '18.
Tear, Alfred G. 3 Bedfords. Was in New York at start of war & went
to England to enlist in 6 Bedfords.
Transf. to 3 Batt. and sent to Front, 12
Trimmingham, H.G.L. 2/Lt. 16 London Regt. Attached 1st. Lincolns. Attached to B.V.R.C. Contingent from
10th. Jan., 1916. Invalided from Front,
Trimmingham, J. Harvey Royal Navy Commisioned Eng. Dept.
Tucker, Edmund 1st. Heavy Battery, C.F.A., C.E.F. Went to France, 1914.
Tucker, Edward C.E.F. Enlisted together with Brown, Ewart,
above, Aug., 1914. Both had worked for
Bank of Montreal at St. John, N.B.
Tucker, Ewing Pte. C.E.F. Killed in action, 1916?
Walker, Herman Walter 6th Regt., Duke of Connaught's Own Rifles. 2 C.E.F. Commissioned 2/Lieut. and
transferred to Royal Welch Fusiliers,
Sept., 1915. Promoted to Capt.
Waddington, Thomas Thewall 1 Sportsman's Bn. Gaz. Oct., 1915, Lieut., 7 Bn., Royal West
Kents. Awarded Military Cross, 1916
(while a Captain).
Wadson, S.P. 2/Lt. 6 Royal West Surrey Regt. Went to France in 2nd. BVRC Cont.,
1916. Commissioned into 'Queen's' (West
Surrey). Killed in action, 10th. August,
Wailes, G.C. Royal Fusiliers. Was reported wounded at Ypres, 17 Nov.,
1914, at which time he was a Corporal,
attached to "C" Coy., 2 Lincolns.
Formerly, a Hamilton Police Constable.
Wainwright, Charles Barron Royal Canadian Navy Vol. Res.; RAMC. Surgeon. Noted as joined the hospital ship
Prince George, for the War, 18 August,
1914. Promoted Captain, June, 1916.
Wainwright, Darrell C.F.A.
Ward, E.S. Remsen Machine Gun Corps (Navy Branch). Commissioned, 26 Jan., 1917. Died from
physical breakdown, 7 December, 1918.
Wilkinson, Campbell C.F.A.
Wilkinson, Henry Bernard Logier Royal Air Force.
Winter, W.V. Ross C.E.F. C.E.F. 1914-1918. R.C.A.S.C., D.S. &
T.O. M.D. 7. St. John, New Brundswick.
1918-1924. Retired Captain, 23 June,
Young, C.H. Sergt. Royal Flying Corps . Went to France with BVRC 1 Cont.,
1915. Transferred to R.F.C., 2 August,
Zuill, Wm. Edward Sears Pte. 301st. Field Signals Bn., US Army.
The period list that forms the basis of this one divided Black islanders. As this is useful, today, in correcting the common assumption that Blacks' contributions were limited to the BMA, this segregation has been maintained, though the names of many have been added to the main body of the list, and there is no ability to make similar distinction among these.
Anderson, Charles Adolphus Pte. 10th. Reserve Bn., C.E.F.
Doers, Ivan Pte. 163rd. Bn., C.E.F.
Jackson, Lionel Arnot Pte. 187th. Bn., C.E.F. Wounded and discharged as medically
Johnston, Harold Clifford Pte. 163rd. Bn., C.E.F.
Lopex, Rufus H. Samuel Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve. Served at Antwerp. Taken prisoner on
Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse. Released.
Joined King's Royal Rifle Corps.
Wounded, Sept., 1916. Transferred to
West India Regiment.
O'Neil, Herbert Arthur L/Cpl. No. 2 Cons. Coy., US Army.
Ratteray, William Alpheus Pte. 10th. Reserve Bn., C.E.F.
Robinson, W.R. Pte. Canadian Army Medical Corps.
Smith, William Edmund 1/Class Cook Royal Navy. Lost on H.M.S. Aboukir, 22nd. Sept., 1914.
First Bermudian KIA in Great War.
Symons, Cecil James Pte. South Lancashire Regiment.
Symons, Joseph Killed in action, about 20th. Oct., 1918.
Trott, Harold T. Clerk 318th. Supply Corps, U.S. Army. Promoted Sergeant, 25/5/19.
Vallis, Alfred Hoare Pte. 116th. Bn., C.E.F. Killed in action, 27th. August, 1918.
Williams, Lawson Pte. 3 Welsh Regiment.
Williams, Reuben C. Pte. 17th. Can. Reserve Bn.