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1939-1945

 

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Nafde,
W S
W.S. Nafde (Photo courtesy of Mr Charles Hawkshaw-Burn)
?
-
23.11.2011
Capt.
(1947)
...
-
...
...
(1947)
 
 
HQ Southern Command, India (Poona)
Nalwa,
Iqbal Singh
I.S. Nalwa
04.10.1895
-
31.12.1948
T/Lt. 16.05.1918-15.05.1919
T/Capt. 16.05.1919-15.05.1921
Lt. 16.05.1921, seniority 01.11.1920
Capt. 16.05.1921
Maj. 16.11.1929
Lt.Col. 16.11.1937 (retd 15.08.1947)
Education: MB, ChB Edin.
16.05.1918 - 15.05.1919 temporary commission, Indian Medical Service (Regimental Medical Officer, 1st Yemen Infantry)
16.05.1921     commissioned, Indian Medical Service
(1945)     Inspector-General of Prisons
Nangle,
Gilbert William
D.A. Campion
One of four sons of Col. Kenlis Edward Nangle (1871-1950), Indian Army, and Sybella Bernard Nangle (née Slator) (born 1875), of Portstewart, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland.
02.10.1902
Aurangabad, India
-
02.03.1944
(KIA) [age 41]
[Cassino War Cemetery, Italy, XVIII.C.8]
2nd Lt.
31.01.1924 [IA 966]
Lt.
30.04.1926 (retd 04.11.1934)
Lt.
1941 [28113]
T/Capt.
?
A/Maj. ?
?
Mention in Despatches MID
13.01.1944
Middle East

1939-1945 Star; Africa Star; Italy Star; War Medal

Education: Sedbergh; Royal Military College, Sandhurst
31.01.1924


commissioned, Unattached List (for Indian Army)
15.03.1925


commissioned, 3rd Battalion 7th Rajput Regiment - Indian Army
1936


enlisted in French Foreign Legion fighting in Spain with Junta
1940


in Palestine Police Force
1941


re-commissioned, Indian Army - General List [emergency commission ?]
1941


on secret service in Iraq
(1942)


Officer Commanding, Indian 4 Patrol, Indian Long Range Squadron (ILRS), attached Long Range Desert Group (Libya)
1943
-
02.03.1944
2nd Battalion 7th Gurkha Rifles (killed in action)
Nash,
Geoffrey
G. Nash
25.07.1909
Lambeth district, London
-
(06?).1976
North Walsham district, Norfolk
S/Sgt. (11.1941) [806184]
2nd Lt. 20.02.1944 [EC 12575]
WS/Lt. 20.02.1944 (reld 27.10.1947)
A/Maj. ? ?
24.09.1930 - 19.02.1944 served in the ranks, Royal Horse Artillery (from 13.10.1932 Expeditionary Force)
(11.1941)     served at the Military Prison and Detention Barracks, Lucknow (attached to the Lucknow Brigade)
20.02.1944     commissioned, Indian Army [emergency commission] (Indian Army Ordnance Corps)
28.09.1944 - 27.03.1945 Commandant Military Prison, Bairagarh, India
29.03.1946 - 19.04.1946 Commandant Military Prison, Iraq
20.04.1946 - 25.03.1947 Commandant Indian Military Prison, Baghdad, Iraq
26.08.1946     regular commission, then Regular Army Reserve of Officers
Nash,
Kenneth Howard
see: British Army  
Nash,
Leonard Augustus Howard
L.A.H. Nash (Photo courtesy of Mr Phil Nash)
Married (1915, Birkenhead) Eva Marie Cornish; one son (Capt. Kenneth Howard Nash, Royal Artillery).
(09?).1891
Hastings, Sussex
-
1948
London
T/2nd Lt.
14.06.1915
T/Lt.
09.07.1917
T/Capt.
? (reld 16.10.1919)
A/Maj.
08.01.1919-01.04.1919
2nd Lt.
01.04.1941 [EC2192 | EC2019]
WS/Lt.
1941?
WS/Capt.
18.01.1942
T/Maj.
18.01.1942-(04.1944)
WS/Maj.
28.05.1942 (reld 09.01.1946)
T/Lt.Col.
28.05.1942-09.01.1946
Hon. Lt.Col.
09.01.1946
Officer of the Order of the British Empire OBE
06.06.1946
Burma
Efficiency Decoration ED
?
?



served War of 1914-1918 for some period in France
14.06.1915


commissioned, 11th Battalion (St Helen's Pioneers)



service Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment
09.07.1917
 
 
transferred, Machine Gun Corps - Regular Forces
08.01.1919
-
01.04.1919
Chief Instructor, Driving and Maintenance School - Tank Corps (Engineering Branch)
01.04.1941


commissioned, Indian Army [emergency commission]
Neale,
Gordon Brook
G.B. Neale
Son of Lt.Col. Sir Walter Gordon Neale, KCVO, CIE, and of Lady Neale (née Fass).
Husband of Joan Mary Neale, of Woodchurch, Kent.
10.07.1909
-
11.11.1942
[age 33]
[Kirkee War Cemetery, India, 12.B.1]
2nd Lt.
14.08.1930
2nd Lt.
18.10.1930, seniority 18.02.1929
Lt.
06.01.1932, seniority 18.05.1931
Capt.
18.02.1938
Maj.
?
Education: Royal Military College, Sandhurst.
14.08.1930


commissioned, General List (University Candidates) - Territorial Army
18.10.1930


commissioned, Unattached List (for Indian Army)
06.01.1932


commissioned, Indian Army



served The Scinde Horse (14th Prince of Wales's Own Cavalry)
Nelson,
John Joseph Harper
J.J.H. Nelson
Son of Rev. J. Nelson.
Married (1909) Annabel MacCormick, daughter of N. MacCormick, Achaban House, Fionnphort, Isle of Mull; one son, two daughters.

12.01.1882
[Australia?]
-
10.03.1961
Isle of Mull
Lt.
01.08.1908
Capt.
01.08.1911
T/Maj.
28.05.1918-10.11.1919
Maj.
01.02.1920
Lt.Col.
01.02.1928 (retd 12.01.1937)
T/Col.
23.10.1941-(04.1947)
Companion of the Order of the Indian Empire CIE
23.06.1936
HM's birthday 36: King Edward Medical College, Lahore
Officer of the Order of the British Empire (Military Division) OBE
03.03.1919
Mesopotamia
Military Cross MC
18.03.1918
*

* For conspicuous gallantry in action. He tended the wounded in the open for a long period, although exposed to heavy fire of all descriptions. He showed fearlessness throughout, and his example was of great value to all.

Education: privately (India & London); Edinburgh University; MB, ChB (1907; 1st class honours); MD (1913; honours), MRCP (Edin.) (1934), FRCS (Edin.) (1913).
01.08.1908


entered Indian Medical Service



served European Great War (Mesopotamia; MC, despatches thrice) [survived the sinking of SS Persia by a German U-Boat on 20.12.1915 off Crete]
28.05.1918
-
10.11.1919
Deputy Assistant Director of Medical Services (Sanitary), Advanced Section, Lines of Communications, Mesopotamia (Bagdad) (OBE)
1930
-
1936
Principal and Professor of Medicine, King Edward Medical College, Lahore, Punjab, 1930-1936

Director of Medical Services Kashmir and Jammu States, India, 1938.

24.04.1941
-
(04.1947)
specially employed:
1941?
-
1944?
rejoined Indian Medical Service as consultant physician with the forces in Iraq
1944


Director of Medical Services, 1st Corps Area, UNRRA
Medical Member, Pensions Appeal Tribunal, since 1946, and Council British Medical Association.
Nevill,
Leslie Richard Charles
L.R.C. Nevill
Son of Arthur Wallis Nevill, and Ethel Harris.
Married (1947, Old Delhi, India) Noreen Amy Norris (20.01.1911 - 01.2002), who was earlier married to Basil Wiles (1900-1964).
08.10.1912
Lambeth district, London
-
03.1994
Didcot, Oxford district, Oxfordshire
2nd Lt. 13.06.1942
WS/Lt. 01.10.1942 (reld > 04.1947)
13.06.1942     commissioned, Indian Army [emergency commission]
Insurance broker.
Newell,
Douglas Jasper
D.J. Newell
15.10.1918
Dorking, Surrey
-
02.2004
South & West Dorset
Cpl.
?
2nd Lt.
05.09.1943
WS/Lt.
05.03.1944
British Army:
 
WS/Lt.
01.09.1945, seniority 05.03.1944 [353868]
Hon. Capt.
01.01.1949
Lt. TA
03.03.1953
Capt. TA
19.09.1955



volunteered early on and was posted to Ireland and from there went to OCTU, Sandhurst before going to India and Burma as a commissioned officer
05.09.1943


commissioned, Indian Army [emergency commission]
01.09.1945
 
 
commissioned, Royal Army Service Corps - British Army [emergency commission]
01.01.1949
 
 
Regular Army Reserve of Officers
03.03.1953
 
 
Dorsetshire Regiment - Territorial Army
01.04.1958
 
 
Territorial Army Reserve of Officers
Newell,
Herbert William
H.W. Newell
15.05.1906
-
?
2nd Lt. 03.09.1925
... ...
T/Lt.Col. 11.03.1945-(04.1947)
03.09.1925     commissioned, The Queen's Royal Regiment
18.03.1936     commissioned, Indian Army
11.03.1945 - (04.1947) Assistant Quarter-Master-General (Q D), India
Newton,
Harold Robert
"Bob"
H.R. Newton (Photo courtesy of Mrs Anne Ammundsen) Cross on H.R. Newton's field grave (Photo courtesy of Mrs Anne Ammundsen)
Son (with two brothers) of Capt. Henry James Hall "Harry" Newton (1882-1970), and Thelma Celeste Hammond (1893-1985), of Hove, Sussex.
Brother of Col. Philip Sidney Newton, MBE, Royal Sussex Regiment.
Unmarried.
02.03.1917
Scarborough, Yorkshire
-
19.12.1941
Hong Kong
(KIA) [age 24]
[Sai Wan Military Cemetery,
Hong Kong, IV.L.1]
2nd Lt.
26.08.1937 [810 AI]
Lt.
03.09.1939
T/Capt.
06.07.1940-19.12.1941
Mention in Despatches MID
04.04.1946
defence of Hong Kong 41
Education: Brighton Grammar School; Royal Military College, Sandhurst
26.08.1937


commissioned, Unattached List for the Indian Army
22.10.1938


commissioned, Indian Army
22.10.1938
-
19.12.1941
5th Battalion 7th Rajput Regiment
Newton,
Richard Timothy
R.T. Newton (Photo courtesy of Mr Robin Smith)
08.06.1913
-
03.01.1988
Banstead, Surrey South-Eastern district, Surrey
2nd Lt. 05.03.1942
WS/Lt. 01.10.1942 (temporarily released from Army service 30.01.1944) (reld > 04.1947)
(02.1942)     "A" Company, Officer Training School, Belgaum (India)
05.03.1942     commissioned, 8th Gurkha Rifles - Indian Army [emergency commission]
His daughter writes: "My father lived in India for 17 years (near Nepal I think) and was with the Gurkha regiment during the 2nd World War."
Newton-King,
Richard Mowbray
R.M. Newton-King
Son of Colonel Alexander Coote Newton-King, Welsh Regiment.
Married .... (died 1959).
24.08.1897
Karachi, India
-
30.04.1966
Hampton Wick, Kingston-upon- Thames
2nd Lt.
15.11.1915
Lt.
15.11.1916
A/Capt.
...-28.03.1918,
04.10.1918-14.11.1919
Capt.
15.11.1919
Maj.
15.11.1933
A/Lt.Col.
01.10.1939-31.12.1939
T/Lt.Col.
01.01.1940-03.01.1941
Lt.Col.
01.02.1941 (retd 07.11.1953)
A/Col.
13.08.1942-12.02.1943
T/Col.
13.02.1943-(04.1947)
Hon. Col.
07.11.1953 [24113]
Officer of the Order of the British Empire OBE
1952
?
British War Medal 1914-1920 BWM 14|20
-
-
Victory Medal VM
-
-
Indian General Service Medal 1936-1939 Ind GSM
-
& clasps NWF 1936-7 & NWF 1937-9
British War Medal 1939-1945 BWM 39|45
-
-
Indian Service Medal 1939-1945 Ind SM 39|45
-
-
Indian Independence Medal Ind IM
-
-
15.11.1915


commissioned, Unattached List (for Indian Army)
20.11.1915


commissioned, Indian Army
20.11.1915
-
09.09.1916
38th Dogras (on leave 01-26.08.1916)
10.09.1916
-
15.10.1921
43rd (Erinpura) Regiment (Mesopotamia & China, from 26.03.1919 India)
16.10.1921
-
07.02.1932
1st Battalion 102nd Grenadiers (on leave 20.04.1922-16.03.1923, 06.04.1926-26.10.1926, 15.03.1930-08.10.1930, 06.04.1931-22.05.1931)
08..02.1932
-
15.11.1933
4th Battalion 9th Regiment (on leave 18.07.1932-31.08.1932, 21.07.1933-19.09.1933)
16.11.1933
-
18.09.1939
2nd Battalion 4th Bombay Grenadiers [from 09.01.1937 as officiating Second-in-Command, from 06.05.1937 as Second-in-Command] (India, from 12.12.1936 Waziristan) (on leave 09.04.1934-08.12.1934 outside India, rest in India 27.05.1935-31.05.1935, 19.06.1935-01.08.1935, 06.12.1935-10.01.1936, 17.04.1936-15.06.1936, 07.02.1938-05.08.1938) (28.08.1937 casualty leave (10.10.1937 No. 1 Field Ambulance, 11.10 Indian Military Hospital Mirali, 12.10 Bannu, 14.10 Kohat, 15.10 British Military Hospital Rawalpindi, 25.10 temporary depot))
19.09.1939
-
31.12.1940
11th Battalion 4th Bombay Grenadiers (from 01.10.1939 Commanding Officer) (on leave 14.09.1940-12.10.1940)
01.01.1941
-
31.10.1943
Commanding Officer, 2nd Battalion 4th Bombay Grenadiers
01.11.1943
-
31.08.1946
Commanding Officer, [10th Battalion 4th Bombay] Grenadiers Regimental Centre (on leave 29.04.1944-08.05.1944, 18.06.1945-01.07.1945, 01.09.1946-22.01.1947)
23.01.1947
-
31.03.1953
Indian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers' Centre (from 19.06.1947 Commandant) (Jubbalpore) (on leave to UK 13.05.1949 for 60 days & 01.04.1951-06.06.1951)
01.04.1953
-
07.11.1953
on leave (pending retirement)
Nicholls,
Francis John Welcome
A. Nicol
Son of Francis Welcome Nicholls (1893-1976), and Margaret Thompson, of Brookfield, Wolverley, nr Kidderminster, later of Belbroughton, Worcestershire.
Married (06.09.1949, St Mark's Church, North Audley Street, Westminster, London) Gloria Schoonraad, daughter of Mr & Mrs O.R. Schoonraad, of Capetown, South Africa; two sons.
(06?).1921
King's Northon district, Warwickshire
-
(09?).1957
Birmingham district, Warwickshire
Gnr. ?
2nd Lt. 27.10.1941
WS/Lt. 01.10.1942 (reld > 04.1946, < 04.1947)
Education: Harrow School (1934.3-1940.1; Bradbys House; Monitor 1939; Rugby XV 1939; Football XI 1940).
27.10.1941     commissioned, Indian Army [emergency commission]
? - 15.02.1942 served Royal Indian Army Service Corps (Malaya) [captured at Singapore]
16.02.1942 - 08.1945 POW in Japanese captivity:
16.02.1942 - 05.1943 No. 1 Malayan POW Camp Changi
05.1943 - 05.1944 travelled to Bampong , Kamburi and then Tonchan and Hintock where he worked on the railway  (Christmas 1943 in hospital Kamburi)
05.1944 - 08.1945 No. 1 Malayan POW Camp Changi
Nicholls,
Richard Aubrey
R.A. Nicholls (Photo courtesy of Mr Iain Dickson) R.A. Nicholls
01.03.1913
-
(12?).1979
Wandsworth district, London
2nd Lt. 02.02.1933
... ...
A/Lt.Col. 09.03.1945-16.04.1945
02.02.1933     commissioned, Unattached List (for Indian Army)
04.03.1934     commissioned, Indian Army
... - ... ...
(03.1947)     India Cadet Company, Guards Depot (Caterham)
 

 
Nicol,
Alexander
A. Nicol
From Aberdeen.
?
-
Sgt. ?
2nd Lt. 12.07.1942
WS/Lt. 12.01.1943
T/Capt. 06.01.1944-(04.1947)
12.07.1942     commissioned, Indian Army [emergency commission]
Nicoll,
Alan Charles
A.C. Nicoll (Photo courtesy of Mr Andrew Wilson) A.C. Nicoll (Photo courtesy of Mr Andrew Wilson)
A.C. Nicoll (Photo courtesy of Mr Andrew Wilson)

Son (with two brothers and one sister) of Charles David Nicoll (1870-1943), and Edith Muriel Grimbly (1884-1948).
His brother Capt. Ian Alfred Nicoll, Indian Army, also died on service.
05.03.1917
Hong Kong
-
01.03.1945
Mandalay
(KIA) [age 28]
[Taukkyan War Cemetery, Burma, 17.E.6]
Cadet 1940
2nd Lt. 25.05.1940 [EC 493]
WS/Lt. 15.05.1941
T/Capt. 15.05.1941-02.02.1944
WS/Capt. 03.02.1944
A/Maj. 03.11.1943-02.02.1944
T/Maj. 03.02.1944-01.03.1945
Military Cross MC 01.06.1943 Htizwe Front, Burma 14.03.43 [recommendation available upon request]
Education: Worcester Cathedral Choir School; Royal High School, Edinburgh (1935; Prefect; XV; Lance-Corporal, Officer Training Corps; Record Mile).
1939     Private, The Highland Light Infantry
25.05.1940     commissioned, Indian Army [emergency commission]
1941 - 01.03.1945 1st Battalion 15th Punjab Regiment
Nicoll,
Ian Alfred
A.C. Nicoll

Son (with two brothers and one sister) of Charles David Nicoll (1870-1943), and Edith Muriel Grimbly (1884-1948).
His brother Maj. Alan Charles Nicoll, Indian Army, also died on service.
02.12.1918
Hong Kong
-
18.02.1944
(KIA) [age 28]
[Cassino War Cemetery, Italy, XIX.F.10]
Cadet 1940
2nd Lt. 17.08.1940 [EC 1223]
WS/Lt. 20.11.1941
T/Capt. 20.11.1941-18.02.1944
Education: Royal High School, Edinburgh (1936; Prefect; XV; Pipe Major, Officer Training Corps; McKelvie Cup).
1939     Gunner, 232nd Battery 74th Anti-Aircraft Regiment RA
17.08.1940     commissioned, Indian Army [emergency commission]
1941 - 18.02.1944 1st Battalion 2nd King Edward VII's Own Gurkha Rifles (The Sirmoor Rifles)
Nield,
Ernest
E. Nield (Photo courtesy of Mr Robert Nield)
Married ...; ... children (one son?).
22.04.1922
-
30.06.2014
2nd Lt. 22.11.1941
WS/Lt. 01.10.1942 (reld > 12.1946, < 04.1947)
A?/Maj.? ?
22.11.1941     commissioned, Indian Army [emergency commission]
      9th Jat Regiment
Nixon,
Ernest Henry
E.H. Nixon (Photo courtesy of Mr David S.C. Wilson)
?
-
Tpr. ?
2nd Lt. 22.08.1943
WS/Lt. 22.02.1944
? - 22.08.1943 'A' Company, 4 Wing, Officers' Training School, Mhow
22.08.1943     commissioned, Indian Army [emergency commission]
Noble,
Stanley
S. Noble
1900
Brighouse, Yorkshire
-
A/Regimental Sergeant-Major
?
2nd Lt.
09.09.1942
WS/Lt.
09.09.1942
A/Capt.
16.09.1943-(04.1944) (reld 1947)
1914


joined the Royal Artillery (Ireland)



transferred to the Auxiliary Forces as a mule boy (India)
09.09.1942


commissioned, Indian Army [emergency commission]
North,
Oliver Brian Masters
O.B.M. North
Son of Oliver Henry North (1874-), and Edith Monica Smith-Masters.
20.08.1909
Elham district, Kent
-
02.1991
Lancaster district, Lancashire
2nd Lt.
29.08.1929 [IA 506]
Lt.
29.11.1931
Capt.
01.08.1938
A/Maj.
06.09.1940-05.12.1940
T/Maj.
06.12.1940-30.06.1941,
21.11.1941-(01.1946)
Maj.
29.08.1946 (retd 10.11.1948)
Military Cross MC
?
?
Education: Royal Military College, Sandhurst.
29.08.1929
 
 
commissioned, Unattached List (for Indian Army)
01.11.1930
 
 
commissioned, Indian Army
(1941)
 
 
3rd Battalion 17th Dogra Regiment (8th Indian Infantry Brigade)
1941?
-
1945?
POW in Japanese captivity
Northam,
Victor Palser
V.P. Northam (Photo courtesy of Mr Charles Hawkshaw-Burn)
Married (15.03.1937, Jhelum) Teresa 'Tilly' Hawkshaw; ... children.
15.09.1900
Bristol, Avon
-
05.1967
Tasmania
2nd Lt.
24.12.1920 [AI 754]
Lt.
24.03.1923
Capt.
24.12.1928
Maj.
01.08.1938
A/Lt.Col.
08.01.1943-07.04.1943
T/Lt.Col.
08.04.1943-(04.1946)
Lt.Col.
24.12.1946 (retd 01.10.1948)
24.12.1920
 
 
commissioned, Unattached List (for Indian Army)
07.03.1922
 
 
commissioned, Indian Army
...
-
...
...
?
-
06.05.1949
employed with the Pakistan Armed Forces [retired 01.10.1948 but was continued to be borne on the Special List (ex-Indian Army)]
Nunn,
Godfrey Raymond
G.R. Nunn (Photo courtesy of Lesley Love)
Son of Alfred G.C. Nunn, physiotherapist, and Sybil A. Bolton.
Married (30.09.1948) Edwina Margaret Brown; two daughters, one son.
18.05.1918
Pirbright, Guildford, Surrey
-
08.04.2009
Honolulu, Hawaii
Wt. Offr. 1st class ?
2nd Lt. 02.07.1944 [EC 13811]
WS/Lt. 02.01.1945 (reld > 04.1947)
A/Maj. ? / T/Maj. ? ?
Education: University of London, London School of Economics, student, 1937-40, 1947-48, School of Oriental and African Studies, B.A. (with honours), 1950, School of Librarianship and Archives, diploma, 1951; University of Michigan, M.A., 1954, Ph.D., 1957.
      served as a Warrant Officer, Royal Scots
02.07.1944     commissioned, Indian Army [emergency commission]
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, head of Asia Library, 1951-61, lecturer in history, 1959-61; University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, director of East-West Center Library, 1961-64, professor of history, 1961-92, professor of history and Asian studies, 1964-92, professor emeritus, 1993.
Published: Chinese Publishing Statistics, 1949-1959 (1960) ; Chinese Periodicals: International Holdings, 1949-1960 (1961) ; Resources for Research on Asia (1965) ; Publishing in Mainland China (1966) ; South and Southeast Asia: A Bibliography of Bibliographies (1966) ; East Asia: A Bibliography of Bibliographies (1967) ; Asia: A Selected and Annotated Guide to Reference Works (1971), revised and enlarged edition published as Asia--Reference Works: A Select and Annotated Guide, Mansell (1980) ; Indonesian Newspapers: An International Union List (1972) ; (With Do Van-Anh) Vietnamese, Cambodian and Laotian Newspapers: An International Union List (1972) ; Burmese and Thai Newspapers: An International Union List (1972) ; Asia: A Core Collection (1973) ; Asian Libraries and Librarianship (1973) ; Southeast Asian Periodicals: An International Union List (1977) ; Japanese Periodicals and Newspapers in Western Language: An International Union List (1979) ; Asia and Oceania: A Guide to Archival and Manuscript Sources in the United States, five volumes (1985) ; Canada and Asia: Guide to Archive and Manuscript Sources in Canada, (1999).
       

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