25th County of London Cyclist Battalion
The London Regiment

 Robert Stanley DALWOOD

Private R. S. Dalwood died of pneumonia following fever at Jandola, June 15th, 1917, at the age of 30. He obtained his transfer from the R. A. M. C. to join the Battalion December 1914, and went to Lowestoft, where he entered " A" Coy. On the re-formation in December 1915 " A" was again his Company and he remained in it till joining the Signalling Section in July 1916. In the signalling classification in January 1917 he obtained cross flags with 1st class. The Battalion loses in him a most popular and hardworking member, one whose liveliness alone made him an ever-welcome companion.
[The Londoner - Vol.2, No. 2 page 36.]

Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914-19

Dalwood, Robert Stanley, resident Finsbury Park, enlisted Chelsea, 740753, Cyc., died in India 15 Jun 1917, formerly 2037, 6th Res. R.A.M.C.

['Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914-19', Vol. 10, Part 76, Page 206, 25th (County of London) Battalion (Cyclists), pub. 1921 by His Majesty's Stationary Office]

In Memory of
Private Robert Stanley DALWOOD

740753, 25th Bn., London Regiment (Cyclists)
who died age 30
on 15 June 1917 in India (Buried Jandola Cem. 9.)
Son of N. E. Dalwood, of 40, Wilberforce Rd., Finsbury Park, London, and the late Robert Dalwood.
Remembered with honour Delhi Memorial (India Gate)  Face 23.

Of the servicemen commemorated by name on the memorial, just over 1,000 lie in cemeteries to the west of the River Indus, where maintenance was not possible. The remainder died in fighting on or beyond the North West Frontier and during the Third Afghan War, and have no known grave. The Delhi Memorial (India Gate) stands at the eastern end of the Rajpath, or Kingsway.
[Courtesy of Commonwealth War Graves Commission]

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