25th County of London Cyclist Battalion
The London Regiment

 

The National Roll of the Great War


11 volumes


ADAMS, H.H., Private, 25th London Regt. (Cyclists).
He attested at the commencement of hostilities, and was rejected, but in 1917 was called up and drafted to Egypt in the following year. He served with General Alleby's Forces in the Offensive on Palestine, and was in action at Jericho, and in various subseuqent engagements. He returned home and was demobilised in 1919, and holds the General Service and Victory Medals.
5 Headley Street, Nunhead, S.E.15.
Note - The 1/25th did not participate in Egypt. The regiment number may be in error.
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BOND, G.W., Sergt., 25th London Regt. (Cyclists).
He joined in January 1917 and was immediately drafted to India, where he served on important garrison duties at Rawal Pindi, the Punjab and on the Afghan frontier. He returned home and was demobilised in November 1919, and holds the General Service and Victory Medals.
20 Arlesford Rd, Landor Rd, S.W.9.
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EMMS, A.V., Private, 25th London Regt.
He volunteered in August 1914, and later was sent to India, where he was engaged on important duties with his unit at various points.
He holds the General Service and Victory medals, and was demobilised in November 1919.
50 Haldane Rd, Fulham.
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HARVEY, H., Private, 25th London Regt. (Queen's).
He joined in February 1916, and after having completed his training was drafted overseas in the same year. Whilst in France he took part in the fighting at Cambrai, afterwards being engaged on highly important duties behind the lines. In March 1919 he was demobilised, and holds the General Service and Victory medals.
1 Dartford St, Walworth, S.E.17.
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HILDER, A.T., Private, 25th London Regt. (Cyclists).
Joined in April 1915, he was in due course sent to the Western Front, where he was engaged in special duties. He was present at many important engagements during the course of hostilities, and returning to England was demobilised in February 1919. He holds the General Service and Victory medals.
8 Carthew Villas, Hammmersmith, W.6.
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HOPE, A.G., Private, 25th London Regt. (Cyclists).
He volunteered in November 1915, and in June the following year was drafted to India, where he served for some time as a 1st Class Male Nurse in various hospitals. During the Rising on the North-Western Frontier he was engaged on special transport duties, and renered valuable services. He eventually returned to England, and was demobilised in January 1920, holding the India General Service Medal (with clasp, Afghanistan, N.W. Frontier, 1919), and the General Service and Victory medals.
31 Graylands Rd, Peckham, S.E.15.
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JONES, F.G., Q.M.S., Private, 25th London Regt. (Cyclists).
He was mobilised in August 1914, and in January 1916 was drafted to India, where he served for three years, taking part in the Afghanistan Expedition in North West India in 1919. He was demobilised in November 1919, and holds the India General Service Medal (with Afghanistan, N.W. Frontier, 1919, clasp), and the General Service and Victory medals.
5 Minet Ave, Willesden, N.W.10.
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KEOHANE, D., Sergt., 25th London Regt. (Cyclists).
He volunteered in August 1914, and after his training was sent to the East Coast, where he served on important duties, and was promoted to the rank of Sergeant. In February 1916 he proceeded to India and during his service was in action on the North-West Frontier until November 1919, when he returned home and was demobilised in the following January. He holds the India General Service Medal (with clasp, Afghanistan, N.W. Frontier, 1919), and the General Service and Victory medals.
27 Dorothy Rd, Lavender Hill, S.W.11.
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KORN, W.W., Private, 25th London Regt. (Cyclists).
He volunteered in August 1915, and on the completetion of his training was drafted of the following year. For three months in 1917, he was in action against the Waziris on the North West Frontier, and also served at Amritsar under General Dyer during the riots. He returned home and was demobilised in January 1920, and holds the General Service and Victory medals.
13 Chip St, Little Manor St, Clapham, S.W.4.
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LEWIS, R.H.S., Private, 25th London Regt. (Cyclists).
He volunteered in August 1914, and after his training was retained on important duties with his unit until 1916, when he was drafted to India. He remained there until 1919, and during that period took part in the fighting on the North-West Frontier and in quelling the Amritsar riots. While abroad he contracted malaria, and in December 1919 was demobilised.
He holds the General Service and Victory medals, and the India General Service Medal (with clasp, Afghanistan, N.W. Frontier, 1919).
74 Brett Rd, Stonebridge Park, N.W.10.
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MARRINER, F.C., Private, 2/25th London Regt. (Cyclists).
He joined in April 1916, served for a year on coastal defence, and in 1917 was drafted to the Western Front, where he remained until the end of the war. During this period he took part in numerous engagements, including those of Passchendaele, Bullecourt and Arras, and was seriously wounded. He was invalided home, and in September 1919 was discharged as unfit for further service.
He holds the General Service and Victory medals.
147 Ashmore Rd, Harrow Rd, W.9.
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MUNFORD, A., Private, 25th London Regt. (Cyclists), and 10th London Regiment.
He joined in December 1915, and in the following year was sent out to France, where he served until 1917, and took part in several engagements, including those of Ypres and Arras. He was severely wounded twice, losing his left foot, and was invalided to England, where he was in hospital for two years. He was discharged in March 1920, holding the General Service and Victory medals.
172 Third Ave, Queen's Park Estate, W.10.
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THOMAS, A.J., R.S.M., 25th London Regt. (Cyclists), and King's (Liverpool Regiment).
Volunteering in March 1915, he was early in the following year drafted to France, where he served in severe fighting on the Somme and at Ypres. He was invalided to England in April 1918, and after being in hospital for a considerable time was demobilised in 1919, holding the General Service and Victory Medals.
57 De Laune St, Walworth, S.E.17
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TINKER, E.A., Private, 25th London Regt. (Cyclists).
He joined in June 1916, and later in the year embarked for India, where he saw active service against the hostile tribes in Afghanistan on the North-Western Frontier. He also assisted to retore order during the Amritsar riots, and returning home was demobilised in January 1920. He holds the General Service and Victory medals.
102 Kenbury St, Camberwell, S.E.5.
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TOMLINS, G., Private, 25th London Regt. (Cyclists).
He joined in March 1916, and later in that year was drafted to the Western Front, where he fought in many engagements, and was severely wounded in the Battle of Messines in June 1917. He returned to England, and after receiving medical treatment, was invalided out of the Serrvice in October 1917. He holds the General Service and Victory medals.
42 Manaton Rd, Peckham, S.E.15.
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WRIGHT, A.R., Sergeant, 25th London Regt. (Cyclists).
He volunteered in February 1915, and in the same year served on the Western Front, where he was engaged for a time on special dispatch duties. Subsequently he took an active part in fighting on the Somme, at Guillemont, Grandcourt, Messines, Ypres (III.), and Cambrai. He was demobilised after his return to England in Augiust 1919, and holds the 1914-15 Star, General Service and Victory medals.
38 Hurlbutt Place, Walworth, S.E.11.
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YOUNG, C.G., L/Corporal, 25th London Regt. (Cyclists).
He volunteered in April 1915, and after a period of training was drafted to India in the following February. Whilst overseas he was engaged on special duties at various garrison outposts, including those of Jandiala and Thal. He returned to England for demobilisation in November 1919, and holds the General Service and Victory medals.
18 Longville Rd, Kennington, S.E.11.
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