Catford, Old Dunstonian Rugby Football Club WW1 & WW2

From History of The Old Dunstonian Rugby Football Club compiled by HDS Blyth, Dorchester, 1952 and reprinted in a revised edition for the club's centenary in 2003.

Type: Not a Memorial but Printed List within Club's History

Description: Lists of the dead of both wars contained within a history of the Club

Wars Commemorated: First World War & Second World War


Before the Great War 'G' Company of the 20th (Blackheath and Woolwich) Battalion, the London Regiment was made up entirely of Old Dunstonians. After reorganisation of the battalion ODs made up the whole of numbers 7 and 8 Platoons of ‘B’ Company. They kept their identity until the Battle of Loos in September 1915, after which many of those who survived the battle were commissioned into other units.


Allport, H.K French, SA Kimberley AD Ross, WU
Arkcoll, WH Gifford, AG Lane, M Trotter, SF
Barnett, PSG Gifford HW Leese, AR Walker, E
Bell, JEK Gooding HRW McCarogher, JO Wallace, JG
Bennett, RCRB Hawkins WE Mortleman, C Weston, GP
Birdseye, DM Hawkridge JA Nelson, EH Wilson, D
Booth, CL Heap, JH Palmer, ECM Wormull, CF
Carter, SC Hinton, WR Panter, HC
Davies, CT Howcroft, L Riminton, EW
Debenham, FE Innes FG Roake, JB

Handwritten Addendum

Covell, B Dussek FA


L.A Anson C.G. Hall A.C. Macrae-Gibson J.H. Walker
D.E.B. Attwool J.D. Hassell H.E. Meason L.C. Wellman
R.E. Barrett C.C.T. Hawkins E.A.L. Newman L.C. Wheeker
B.J. Clinging S.J. Hedger R.E.S. Pink L.H. Wild
C.M. Connor G.R. Horne J.P. Reed B. Williams
E.E. Cornelius E.T. Jackson G.A. Smith
R.P. Curtice J.M. Jackson I.K. Smith
J.A. Gibson, S.R. Layton W.R. Smith

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