Men lost in the Great War and their son in the Second World War

by greatwarliveslost

Walter Balfour Barttelot

  • Sir Walter Balfour Barttelot, 3rd Baronet  – father killed in the South African War, his brother is the first officer killed in the Great War and his son killed in Second World War
  • Lawrence Ughtred Kay-Shuttleworth – lost two sons in the Second World War
  • James Harold Cuthbert – lost two sons in the Second World War
  • Brothers Algernon Henry and Felix Charles Hubert Hanbury-Tracy each has a son who will lose his life in the Second World War
  • Francis Howard Lindsay lost a brother in the South African War and his son in the Second World War
  • John Harrison VC
  • Godfrey Evan Hugh Bosville Macdonald (brothers lost in South Africa War & Great War)
  • Henry Molyneux Paget Howard (19th Earl of Suffolk and 12th Earl of Berkshire) and his son Charles Henry George Howard GC (20th Earl of Suffolk and 13th Earl of Berkshire)
  • Evelyn Ridley Bradford 2nd Baronet
  • George Robert Choat
  • Derek Percy Cox
  • Henry Thomas Imbert
  • Gerald Hugh Charles Madden
  • Arthur John Ross
  • Geoffrey Joseph Ogilvie Brichta
  • Villiers Chermocke Downes
  • Edmund Duncan
  • Charles Gittings
  • William Gass Halliday
  • Edward Samuel Grisley
  • G W Boorer
  • Gideon Beehag
  • William Amherst Cecil
  • Frederick Henry Smith
  • Charles Cadwaladr Trevor-Roper
  • Charles John Wintour
  • Douglas Reynolds
  • Dudley John Beaumont
  • Griffith Edward Jones
  • Ronald George Legge
  • ‘The Honorable’ Michael Francis Stafford Howard
  • Foster Raine
  • Gerard Chipchase Roberts
  • Charles Alfred Whiting Pope
  • Benjamin Eastlake Leader
  • Percy Hastings
  • Arthur Beadon Colthurst
  • Francis Mourilyan Butler
  • Mervyn Hugh Cobbe
  • Francis Dacres Byng
  • Frederick William Grantham
  • Gordon Hargreaves Brown
  • James Cross Holcroft
  • Charles Herbert Mallock
  • Albert Frederick Bisson
  • Walter Henry Chibnall
  • Arthur Edward Silvertop
  • Gerald Arthur Stacey
  • Humphrey St Ledger Stucley
  • Henry William (Viscount) Crichton his son is the 5th Earl Erne of Crom Castle
  • Hugh Dawnay
  • Charles Gordon Bond
  • Adrian Grant Duff
  • Heneage Greville Finch (Lord Guernsey)
  • Joseph Weatherer
  • William Gilson
  • Richard Trotter MacKay
  • George Arthur Ginns
  • David Beaumont Kester (also his twin brother is killed)
  • Francis Andrew Lyon
  • Malcolm MacMillan
  • George Worthington-Jones
  • Henry Percy Richmond Anson
  • Frank Pennock – two sons will be killed in the Second World War
  • Sir’ John Heathcoat Amory – two sons will be killed in the Second World War
  • Colin Archibald Mungo Park
  • Frank Guy Shackle
  • James Middlemass Thorburn son who was born after he was killed and named for him
  • Thomas Henderson
  • William Arthur Balaam
  • Thomas Beaumont
  • Francis Thomas Cox
  • John Pickard Becher
  • Ellis Nuttall
  • Walter Culip Blackman
  • William Sandbach
  • Alfred Robert Cahill
  • Edwin Evans
  • Ernest Edward Tuckett
  • Hubert Sydney Turtill (All Blacks Rugby Club)
  • Theodore Eardley-Wilmot
  • Roland Maddison Vaisey
  • Albert Victor Seymour Nordheimer – his adopted son will be killed in the Second World War