Group-Captain CHARLES HENRY APPLETON C.B.E., D.S.O., D.F.C., R.A.F

1906 – 1944

Eagle House, 1915 -1917, and Malvern

Royal Air Force. Croix de Guerre and Czech War Cross

Missing presumed killed in air operations over Normandy, 1944




JOHN MARET BLANDY

1911 – 1942

Eagle House, 1919 – 1921, and Pangbourne

Straits Settlements Volunteer Force

Taken prisoner in Singapore, 1942. Died in a Prisoner of War camp in Thailand




Major KENNETH WILLIAM BOLS

1913 – 1944

Eagle House, 1923 – 1926, Imperial Service College, Royal Military College, Sandhurst

Prince Albert Victor’s Own, Indian Army

Died 19 July 1944 from wounds received in Italy




Pilot-Officer ARTHUR SYDENHAM CARGILL D.C.M., R.A.F.

1913 – 1940

Eagle House, 1920 – 1927

Royal Air Force

Missing presumed killed, July 1940




Lance-Corporal ALASTAIR SCOTT CASSELS

1916 – 1945

Eagle House, 1924 – 1929, and Haileybury

Died 4 July 1945 in Kuching Prisoner of War Camp, Borneo




Lieutenant-Colonel GEORGE GEOFFERY JAMES FENTON

1909 – 1943

Eagle House, 1917 – 1922, Cheltenham and Royal Military Academy, Woolwich

Royal Artillery

Killed in action north of the Sangro River in Italy, October 1943




PATRICK PAUL DEANE FREEMAN

1920 – 1941

Eagle House, 1932 – 1934, and Aldenham

Royal Air Force

Shot down over the Channel on 13 June 1941, his 21st birthday




Flying-Officer JAMES DAVIDE SPENCER GOLDRING R.A.F.

1923 – 1943

Eagle House, 1931 – 1932, and Cranleigh

Royal Air Force

Missing presumed killed over the Bay of Biscay, 18 July 1943




Flying-Officer MICHAEL GILES HOMER D.F.C. R.A.F.

1919 – 1940

Eagle House, 1930 – 1933, Wellington and Royal Air Force College, Cranwell

Royal Air Force

Killed in action over South East England, September 1940




Lieutenant-Colonel PATRICK LIONEL KIRWAN O.B.E.

1905 – 1944

Eagle House, 1915 – 1919. Scholar at Cheltenham, Emmanuel College, Cambridge, Royal Military Academy, Woolwich

Royal Engineers

Killed in action in Italy, during an attack on the Rapido River position, 9 May 1944




Lieutenant CARMEL STUART LEITCH

1922 – 1944

Eagle House, 1935 – 1936, and Wellington

Royal Artillery. 1st Airborne Division

Killed in action at Arnhem, 21 September 1944




Major HARRY LACHLAN LINDSAY

1912 – 1944

Eagle House, 1922 – 1926, Marlborough and Royal Military Academy, Woolwich

Royal Artillery

Killed in action on the Gothic Line in Italy, 18 September 1944




Major PETER GEOFFERY BOURCHER McNALTY

1909 – 1944

Eagle House, 1918 – 1922. Wellington, Royal Air Force College, Cranwell, Royal Military College, Sandhurst

3rd Cavalry. 2nd Lancers

Killed in action in the Burmese Jungle, March 1944




Flight-Lieutenant ARCHIBALD IAN ORR-EWING R.A.F. V.R.

1884 – 1942

Eagle House, 1893, Harrow, and Trinity College, Cambridge

Great War: Berkshire Yeomanry and Royal Flying Corps

Second World War: Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

Died on active service, 24 March 1942




Lieutenant-Colonel GEORGE ARCHDALE PALMER

1902 – 1942

Eagle House, 1913 – 1915. Scholar at Cheltenham, Royal Military Academy, Woolwich

Royal Engineers

Died at sea, 3 March 1942, after his ship had been torpedoed




Lieutenant WALTER BRIAN STEWART (HEWESTON) D.S.O. M.C.

1908 – 1944

Eagle House, 1915 – 1922, and Brighton

Norfolk Yeomanry. Anti-Tank Regiment, Royal Artillery

Killed in action, August 1944




Major HUGH RICHARD STIRLING

1915 – 1944

Eagle House, 1924 – 1929, and Rugby

Royal Artillery

Killed on active service, August 1944




Lieutenant THOMAS EDWARD STREATFIELD-MOORE

1921 – 1945

Eagle House,     , and Charterhouse

Grenadier Guards

Killed in active service, 5 August 1945




Flying-Officer RICHARD LLOYD R.A.F. V.R.

1920 – 1941

Eagle House, 1929 – 1933, Marlborough and Clare College, Cambridge

Cambridge University Air  Squadron. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Coastal Command

Killed on active service, 21 April 1944




Sergeant-Pilot WILLIAM HEREWARD WAKE

1919 – 1940

Eagle House, 1927 – 1932, Framlingham, and Loughborough College

Royal Air Force. Coastal Command

Killed on active service, 30 September 1940




Major NEVILLE GLYN WILLIAMS M.C.

1914 – 1945

Eagle House, 1924 – 1927. Exhibitioner at The Leys School, Royal Military College, Sandhurst

14th Punjab Regiment, Indian Army

Killed in action in Burma, March 1945




Poppy images taken by Jeff Lawrence CPAGB


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Second World War

1939 - 1945

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