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BRITISH ARMY RECORDS

The following British Army records are available on this page:

Early records
World War 1
Between the wars
World War 2
  Other records

 

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Early enlistment, appointment and service records
Name Date Information Source
A MICHELMORE 25 Feb 1893 Lieutenant, 5th (the Hay Tor) Volunteer Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment: promoted to Captain London Gazette 24 Feb 1893
Albert John MUCHMORE 21 Jul 1896 tailor aged 22: enlisted in Paddington Rifles Regimental records
Albt George MICHELMORE 8 Feb 1900 carpenter aged 20: enlisted in the Paddington Rifles, no. 6461; struck off 7 Aug 1902 Regimental records
Alfred MICHELMORE 4 Feb 1882 appointed Lieutenant, 5th Devonshire Volunteer Corps London Gazette 3 Feb 1882
Alfred MICHELMORE 4 Jul 1885 Lieutenant, 5th Devonshire Regiment, resigned London Gazette 3 Jul 1885
Alfred MICHELMORE 5 Mar 1890 gent: reappointed Lieutenant, 5th (the Hay Tor) Volunteer Battalion, Devonshire Regiment London Gazette 4 Mar 1890
Charles Peter MITCHELMORE 30 Jan 1889 building mason aged 22 yr 9 mo b Sherford: enlisted as Sapper 23512, Royal Engineers; previously apprenticed to Mr A BROOKIN, Stokenham, 4 yr and in the South Devon Volunteers; served in Ceylon 16 Dec 1890 to 27 Feb 1894, Gibraltar 28 Feb 1894 to 8 May 1896, transferred to 1st Class A Res 16 May 1896 as lance corporal; discharged 29 Jan 1901; parents Edward & Elizabeth MITCHELMORE, Stokenham, brother Alpheus MITCHELMORE, 2nd steward RN UK National Archives: Chelsea Pensioners records
Charles Edward MITCHELMORE 5 Mar 1898 baker aged 20 yr 6 mo of Plymouth St Andrew, next of kin father William Henry MITCHELMORE of 17 Morly Place, Plymouth: enlisted in Coldstream Guards as Private; served in Gibraltar 10 Mar 1899-27 Oct 1899 and South Africa 28 Oct 1899 - 4 Oct 1902; promoted Lance Corporal 25 Mar 1899, Corporal 1 Aug 1901, demoted Private and transferred to Corps of M F Police 10 Feb 1903, discharged by purchase 29 Apr 1905; refund of £9 paid to Mrs C E MITCHELMORE, 213 Wellington Buildings, Pimlico British Army Service Records 1760-1915
Emmanuel MITCHELMORE 9 Feb 1899 labourer aged 18 yr 2 mo of Kingsbridge, previously resident in Coventry, next of kin sister of Chillington: enlisted at Scarborough as Gunner 33589 Royal Artillery; served in India 5 Jan 1901 to 22 Oct 1908; wounded in right hand 18 Feb 1908 during Bazar Valley Expedition; discharged at Gosport 8 Feb 1911 British Army Service Records 1760-1915
Frederick George MITCHELMORE 5 Feb 1902 coal merchant aged 31 yr 8 mo of St Barnabas, Dartmouth, previously served in 2nd Devon Volunteers and in the 27th Corps, Imperial Yeomanry in South Africa 1899-1902, next of kin wife Mabel Augusta Mary MITCHELMORE, Lower Street, Dartmouth: enlisted at Shorncliffe [Kent] in Imperial Yeomanry for one year as Private 24135, allots two-fifths of his pay towards the support of his wife and children; slightly wounded at Kalkfontein 19 Apr 1902 Imperial Yeomanry service records 1899-1902
George Henry MITCHELMORE 7 Jan 1903 clerk aged 33 yr 3 mo b St Heliers, Jersey: enlisted at Sheffield as Gunner 30978, Royal Artillery, previously served 3 yr with the Colours and 9 yr in 1st Class Army Reserve; next of kin Miss C A CODD, Rustlington, Sleaford, Lincolnshire; discharged Hilsea 26 Apr 1911 aged 41 yr 4 mo, willing and hard working, intending to reside c/o Mrs Cose & Co, Coffee Bar, Ewshott British Army Service Records 1760-1915
Henry Theodore MICHELMORE 29 Sep 1908 appointed Second Lieutenant, 4th Wessex Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, Territorial Force London Gazette 24 Nov 1908
Henry Theodore MICHELMORE 5 May 1910 2nd Lieutenant, 4th Wessex Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, Territorial Force: promoted to Lieutenant London Gazette 8 Jul 1910
Horatio MITCHELMORE 12 Sep 1894 painter aged 19 yr 11 mo b Liverpool: enlisted at Warrington in King's (Liverpool Regiment) 8th Foot as private 4628 on transfer from 4th Liverpool Regiment of Militia; sentenced to 14 days confinement for drunkeness 10 Mar 1897; served in Barbados 4 Dec 1895 to 6 Nov 1897 and South Africa 7 Jul 1897 to 10 Jun 1899; discharged "inerr & worthless" 10 Jun 1899; stepfather Alfred DAVIS, mother Emma DAVIS, sisters Edith DAVIS, Florence MITCHELMORE, all of 60 Hawden Street, Liverpool UK National Archives: Chelsea Pensioners records
James Edgar MUCHMORE 7 Jul 1904 carman aged 18 yr 1 mo b St Pancras, parents Frederick William and May Ann MUCHMORE, 17 Modbury Street, Kentish Town: enlisted at Woolwich in Royal Engineers as Driver 13924, discharged at Aldershot 24 Mar 1905, "his services being no longer required" British Army Service Records 1760-1915
Jeffery MICHELMORE 23 Nov 1864 commissioned as Cornet, 1st Devonshire Light Horse Volunteer Corps London Gazette 6 Dec 1864
Jeffery MICHELMORE 28 Sep 1866 commissioned as Lieutenant, 1st Devonshire Light Horse Volunteer Corps London Gazette 9 Oct 1866
John MITCHMORE 5 Aug 1799 enlisted as private in the 20th Foot Regiment UK National Archives
John MITCHELMORE 23 Apr 1878 sawyer aged 21 yr 4 mo of Dartmouth, previously served 1 yr 61 dy in South Devon Militia: enlisted at Devonport as Private 1415, 34th Brigade; served in East Indies 9 Mar 1880 to 22 Sep 1888 and India 23 Sep 1888 to 7 Nov 1888; discharged 22 Apr 1890 as shipwright aged 33 yr 4 mo, character bad, "addicted to drink and absence" British Army Service Records 1760-1915
John MITCHELMORE 1886-1910 b Dartmouth: completed attestation to join Cornwall & Devon Miners RGA British Origins: Militia Attestations Index
John Henry MITCHELMORE 18 Nov 1891 butcher aged 18 yr 6 mo of Street: enlisted at Woolwich as Gunner 87524, Royal Artillery, served in South Africa 13 Nov 1899 to 2 Oct 1902, slightly wounded in left shoulder at Rooiwal 11 Apr 1902; transferred to Army Reserve 26 Jun 1903, mother Ellen MITCHELMORE of Burlstone British Army Service Records 1760-1915
Nicholas MUCHMORE 8 Feb 1806 enlisted as private, 6th Dragoon Guards UK National Archives
Nicholas MUCHMORE 31 Aug 1814 farmer aged 27: private, Captain Fisher's troop, b Sherford, enlisted aged 18, served from 27 Jan 1806 to 25 Jul 1814: discharged at Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Ireland, unfit for service due to reduction and hernia by the face of a horse at exercise in Jul 1809 at Leeds UK National Archives: British Army Pensioners
Philip John MICHELMORE 5 Mar 1900 chemist aged 25 yr 1 mo b Totnes, previously apprenticed for 3 yr to E SHERRIF of Paignton, next of kin mother Susan Ann MICHELMORE, The Plains, Totnes: specially enlisted as compounder of medicines, Royal Army Medical Corps as Private 13478; served in South Africa 17 Mar 1900-22 May 1902; promoted corporal for gallantry in the field 25 Dec 1901; discharged at own request in order to take up civil employment in S Africa 22 May 1902 British Army Service Records 1760-1915
Robert MITCHELMORE 8 Dec 1803 gent, appointed Ensign, Haytor Voluntary Infantry London Gazette 6 Dec 1803
Robert Michelmore BOVEY 9 Apr 1863 commissioned as Ensign, 9th Devonshire Rifle Volunteer Corps London Gazette 15 May 1863
Silvanus MITCHELMORE 18 Mar 1889 labourer aged 17 yr 11 mo b Stokenham: enlisted in 4th Btn Devonshire Regiment Militia as private 1872, previously with 5th Haytor VBD Regt; discharged 17 Mar 1895; father Charles MITCHELMORE, Chillington Militia Service records
Silvanus MITCHELMORE 20 Feb 1905 labourer aged 17 yr 4 mo b Stonehouse: enlisted in 3rd Devon Regiment Militia as private 4460; purchased discharge 5 Feb 1906; next of kin mother Mary WHITE, 63 Union Place, Stonehouse Militia Service records
Theodore MUCHMORE 7 Mar 1859 volunteer 2677: enlisted in the West Kent Light Infantry Regiment of Militia UK National Archives
Theodore MUCHMORE 25 Jul 1859 labourer: enlisted in the 35th Regiment of Foot as Private 902 UK National Archives
Thomas Ferris MITCHELMORE 5 Mar 1884 mason aged 19 yr 11 mo b Blackawton: enlisted in Royal Engineers as Sapper 18671, appointed lance corporal 14 Aug 1889, corporal 5 Mar 1891, awarded Khedive's Bronze Star; transferred to Army Reserve 4 Mar 1891, discharged Chatham 4 Mar 1896, sober and steady; father John MITCHELMORE, Burlstone UK National Archives: Chelsea Pensioners records
Thomas Ernest MUCHMORE 11 Feb 1901 messenger aged 18 yr 8 mo b Finchley: enlisted in the Royal Horse & Field Artillery for 12 yr service as Gunner 14806; promoted to bombadier 1 Feb 1908 and to captain 23 Feb 1909; served in South Africa 9 Nov 1901 to 20 Oct 1902 and in India 21 Oct 1902 to 3 Oct 1913; qualified as assistant instructor, army signalling 26 Jun 1909; awarded Queen's South Africa medal with 5 clasps 18 Oct 1904; discharged 3 Oct 1913 at own request; elder brother Frederick MUCHMORE, 102 Leavston Road, Watford, mother Elizabeth MUCHMORE, 186 Clarence Road, Kentish Town UK National Archives
Walter James MUCHMORE 18 Sep 1879 enlisted as Clerk 3027 in the Paddington Rifles; retired 12 Dec 1883 UK National Archives
William MITCHELMORE 30 May 1805 labourer aged 21 of East Allington: enlisted at Bath in the 30th Foot Regiment; served 14 Oct 1806 to 15 Jan 1827 in the East Indies, when he was discharged ""in consequence of being worn out"" UK National Archives
William MUCHMORE 26 Aug 1822 miner aged 24 b Milton; enlisted at Plymouth for unlimited service UK National Archives
William Mitchelmore PHILLIPS 4 Oct 1869 labourer aged 18 b Townstall, Dartmouth: enlisted in the 57th Regiment of Foot Ancestry
William MITCHELMORE 10 Feb 1885 enlisted as Private 1064, Duke of Wellington's (West Riding) Regiment, 33rd & 76th Foot; purchased discharge 5 Sep 1887 UK National Archives: Chelsea Pensioners records
William MITCHELMORE 1895 aged 18 b Cardiff: enlisted as private 4409, 53rd Btn Middlesex Regiment UK National Archives
William Henry MITCHELMORE 2 Mar 1900 labourer aged 19 yr 8 mo of Stokenham, mother Emma KELLOND of Chillington: enlisted at Totnes as Private 4304, 13th Hussars; served in India 19 Dec 1900 to 3 Nov 1905 and South Africa 4 Nov 1905 to 23 Jan 1908; transferred to Army Reserve 2 Mar 1908, discharged 1 Mar 1912 UK National Archives
William Charles MUCHAMORE 3 Feb 1908 moulder aged 18 yr 1 mo b North Ormsby, Yorkshire: enlisted at Chatham as Private 1619, Royal Army Medical Corps; discharged for misconduct 3 Nov 1909; parents William G K & Annie E MUCHAMORE, brother Arthur H MUCHAMORE, all of Priest Dale Cottage, Boundary Close?, Chatham UK National Archives
William Godwin MICHELMORE 3 Feb 1913 appointed Second Lieutenant, Wessex Divisional Telegraph Company, Wessex Divisonal Headquarters, Royal Engineers, Territorial Force (supernumerary) London Gazette 14 Mar 1913
Early medals
Name Date Information Source
C E MITCHELMORE 1902 LCpl 1503 Coldstream Guards: awarded the Queen's South Africa Medal with clasps for Belmont, Modder River, Dreifontain and Transvaal and the King's South Africa Medal with clasps for 1901 and 1902 UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949 and Anglo-Boer War records
Charles T MITCHELMORE 1896 private 2756 2nd Battalion, The Border Regiment, Indian Army: awarded India Medal and clasp for service between 17 Nov 1894 and 13 Mar 1895 UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
Edward H MICHELMORE 1882 corporal 2554, 2nd Battalion The Royal Irish Regiment: awarded Egypt medal UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
Edward H MICHELMORE 1882 corporal 2554, 2nd Battalion The Royal Irish Regiment: awarded clasp to Egypt medal for service in Tel el Kebir, Second Egyptian War UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
Emmanuel MITCHELMORE 1908 gunner 33589, Royal Artillery: awarded India General Service Medal with Clasp for N W Frontier British Army Service Records 1760-1915
F G MITCHELMORE 1902 private 24135 27th Company 7th Battalion Imperial Yeomanry: awarded King's South Africa Medal with clasps for South Africa 1901 and 1902 UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
F G MITCHELMORE 10 Jul 1903 private 24135 27th Company 7th Battalion Imperial Yeomanry: awarded Queen's South Africa Medal with clasp for Transvaal; sent home inefficient 8 Aug 1901 UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
F G MITCHELMORE 1906 trooper, Natal Mounted Rifles: awarded Natal Medal Anglo Boer War
G H MITCHELMORE 1898 gunner 71392 K Battery, Royal Horse Artillery: awarded India Medal with clasp for Punjab Frontier UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
G MITCHELMORE 1901 71392 Acting Bombardier, Royal Regiment of Artillery: mentioned in despatches for special and meritorious service in South Africa London Gazette 10 Sep 1901
G H MICHELMORE 1902 a/Bombr 71392 Queen's Battery, Royal Horse Artillery: awarded Queen's South Africa Medal with 7 clasps for Paardeberg, Dreifontein, Johannesburg, Diamond Hill, Wittebergen, the Relief of Kimberley and one other UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
G H MITCHELMORE 1902 71392 a/Bombr, Q Battery, Royal Horse Artillery: awarded King's South Africa Medal with clasp for South Africa 1901; discharged 6 Mar 1902 UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
J H MITCHELMORE 1902 gunner 87524, 78th Battery, Royal Field Artillery: awarded Queen's South Africa Medal with clasps for Cape Colony, Transvaal, Tugela Heights and the Relief of Ladysmith UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
J MITCHELMORE 1902 gunner 87524, No 6 Depot, Royal Field Artillery: awarded King's South Africa Medal with clasps for South Africa 1901 and 1902 UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
P J MICHELMORE 1902 private 13478 Royal Army Medical Corps 23rd field hospital: awarded Queen's South Africa Medal with clasps for Cape Colony and Orange Free State UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
P J MICHLEMORE 1902 corporal 13478 Royal Army Medical Corps: awarded King's South Africa Medal with clasps for South Africa 1901 and 1902; discharged 22 May 2002 at own request UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
R MUCHMORE 1902 drmr 9601, 6th Battalion DCO Middlesex Regiment: entitled to King's South Africa Medal with clasps for South Africa 1901 and 1902; time expired UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
R MUCHMORE 1902 drummer 9601, 6th Battalion Middlesex Regiment: awarded Queen's South Africa Medal with clasp for Cape Colony UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
T MITCHELMORE 1882 private 4889 2nd Battalion Coldstream Guards: awarded Star for Second Egyption War 1882 UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
T MITCHELMORE 1882 private 4889 2nd Battalion Coldstream Guards: awarded clasp for Tel el Kebir in Second Egyption War 1882 UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
T F MITCHELMORE 9 Nov 1885 sapper 18671 10th Coy Royal Engineers: awarded War Medal for operations up the River Nile 1884-1885, with clasp for Suakin 1885 UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
T E MUCHMORE 21 Feb 1903 gunr 14806, 74th Battery, Royal Field Artillery: awarded Queen's South Africa Medal with clasps for Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal and King's South Africa Medel with clasps for South Africa 1901 and 1902; also served in No 2 Local Am Clm UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
T E MUCHMORE 1911 corporal 14803, 74th Battery, Royal Field Artillery, Indian Army: awarded Delhi Durbar Medal UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
Thomas MICHELMORE 1854-1855 private 3979 31st Foot Regiment: awarded clasps to the Crimea Medal for service in Alma and Inkerman UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
Thomas MICHLEMORE 1854-1855 private 3979 31st Regiment of Foot: awarded Crimea War Medal UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
W MITCHELMORE 1 Jan 1881 corporal 1450 13th Battery 9th Brigade Royal Artillery: awarded Iowaki campaign medal 1877-1878 UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
W C MITCHELMORE 1902 cpl 1503 Coldstream Guards: awarded King's South Africa Medal with clasps for South Africa 1901 and 1902 UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
William MITCHELMORE 4 Mar 1882 corporal 1450 13th Battery 9th Brigade Royal Artillery: awarded Afgan campaign medal 1877-1878 for action at Ali Musjid UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
Other early records
Name Date Information Source
? MICHELMORE, Mr Aug 1863 sergeant-major, 1st Devon Light Horse Volunteers Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 12 Aug 1863
? MICHELMORE, Mr 20 Aug 1883 lieutenant of Totnes: won £2 prize at annual prize shooting of the 5th DRV Battalion held at Totnes Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 22 Aug 1883
? MICHELMORE, Mr 22 Jul 1893 captain, 5th Devon: one of 10,000 volunteers who attended a divisional encampment on Woodbury Common, East Budleigh Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 22 Jul 1893
? MITCHELMORE 12 May 1894 private, A Company, 1st R V Battalion, Exeter: participated in a shooting competition held in the Clyst Valley Range Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 12 May 1894
C MICHELMORE, Miss Apr 1856 attended the ceremony of the Presentation of the Colours to the South Devon Militia Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 17 Apr 1856
C MITCHELMORE 11 Apr 1899 lance corporal, Army Reserve, Royal Engineers: granted permission to reside in Canada on file
Frederick George MITCHELMORE 19 Apr 1902 Private 24135, Imperial Yeomanry: wounded slightly at Kalkfontein, South Africa Anglo-Boer War records
J MICHELMORE, Mr Apr 1856 attended the ceremony of the Presentation of the Colours to the South Devon Militia Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 17 Apr 1856
J MICHELMORE 10 Oct 1860 sergeant: won Section IV, Berry Division in shooting competition of Devon County Volunteer Association at Newton Abbot Royal Cornwall Gazette 12 October 1860
James MITCHAELMORE 15 Apr 1869 foreman, Royal Laboratory, Devonport @ 42: retired on salary of £101 17s after 15 yr 1 mo service, awarded pension of £25 9s 3d UK National Archives: Chelsea Pensioners records
John MITCHELMORE 1781-1782 private, Major Pering['s company], present at all three musters of the South Devon Militia UK National Archives
John MICHELMORE 1 Aug 1832 blacksmith aged 20 of Plymstock: army deserter, 84th Foot Army Deserters 1828-1840
John MUCHMORE 1861 Private 202, 1st Btn 23rd Foot (Royal Welsh Fusiliers): stationed at Lucknow, East Indies UK National Archives
John MUCHMORE 1861 Private 902, 35th Foot (Royal Sussex): stationed at Meerut, East Indies UK National Archives
John MUCHMORE 1871 Private 1120, 35th (Royal Sussex) Regiment of Foot, headquartered at Newcastle on Tyne UK National Archives: British Army, Worldwide index
John MUCHMORE 27 Jan 1872 35th & 107th Foot, Royal Sussex Regiment: discharged after 10 yr 9 dy service, very indifferent character UK National Archives
Nicholas MITCHELMORE 1781-7822 Private, Lt Col Ilbert later Capt Widdicombe['s company], present at all three musters of the South Devon Militia UK National Archives
R MUCHMORE 1899-1902 served as drummer in Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment) in Boer War Anglo-Boer War records
T MICHELMORE, Mr Apr 1856 attended the ceremony of the Presentation of the Colours to the South Devon Militia Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 17 Apr 1856
Theodore MUCHMORE 1861 Private 1120, 35th Foot (Royal Sussex): stationed at Meerut, East Indies UK National Archives
Theodore MUCHMORE 19 Apr 1870 Private 902, 35th & 107th Foot, Royal Sussex Regiment, b 1841 Chatham: discharged after 10 yr 213 dy service in the East Indies; unfit for service on grounds of phthisis purmonalis [tuberculosis]; his conduct had been addicted to repeated acts of absence without leave and breaking out of barracks, not in possession of any good conduct badges, had been tried once by Court Martial UK National Archives
W MITCHELMORE 26 Feb 1883 Sergeant 23338, Royal Artillery, London: purchased discharge UK National Archives: Chelsea Pensioners records
W MITCHELMORE 11 Apr 1902 Gunner 87524, Royal Field Artillery: wounded slightly at Rooival, South Africa Anglo-Boer War records
William MITCHELMORE 1805-1827 b East Allington, served in 30th Foot Regiment, discharged aged 43 UK National Archives: British Army, Worldwide index
Wm MITCHELMORE 24 Mar 1827 private, 30th Foot: granted pension of 1s 5d UK National Archives
Wm Cole MUCHMORE 20 Mar 1839 stonemason aged 21 of Tunsel, Devon: army deserter, 81st Foot Army Deserters 1828-1840
William MITCHELMORE 30 Jun 1855 Pt M: payment of permanent pension of £15 4s, first entered 2May1849, transferred from 3 Plymouth to 2 Plymouth district UK National Archives
William MITCHELMORE 30 Sep 1859 Seaman: payment of permanent pension of £22 8s, first entered 17 Jun 1858, transferred from 2 Plymouth to Falmouth district UK National Archives
Willm MITCHELMORE 1871 Gunner 3655, 13th Brigade, Royal Artillery, headquartered at Plymouth UK National Archives: British Army, Worldwide index
WW1 enlistment and service records

Most of the following data are taken from the surviving World War 1 service and pension records (series WO363 and WO364, respectively, at the UK National Archives) of soldiers who were discharged between 1914 and 1920. Many of the original records were destroyed by bombing in 1940, and only about 40% of the service records and 25% of the pension records survived.

Images of the available service and pension records are available from the coordinator. The complete record often contains further details such as postings, medical reports and punishments.

Name Date Information Source
Albert MUCHMORE 20 Oct 1914 chauffeur aged 24;10 of Pimlico: enlisted as 43148 Royal Army Medical Corps; discharged 27 Oct 1914 as not likely to become an efficient soldier on medical grounds - tubercular discharge at wrist UK National Archives: WW1 pension records
Albert Edward MITCHELMORE 25 Nov 1915 chauffeur aged 27 of 10 Kingston Ave, Bradford on Avon, wife Helen Louise née HARRIS of Tariff Reform Club, Bradford; m 3 Apr 1916 Bradford on Avon : enlisted as Heavy Driver, 168259 Royal Army Service Corps (MT) UK National Archives: WW1 service records
Alfred MITCHELMORE 8 Dec 1915 caretaker & messenger, plasterer aged 34;6 of Bedford Street, Plymouth, wife Ellen née PARR of Bedford Street, Plymouth; m 26 Dec 1906, Plymouth; children May b 4 Jul 1908, Rosette b 2 Feb 1914, Muriel Dorothy b 2 Feb 1914: enlisted as Sapper 15204 Royal Engineers UK National Archives: WW1 service records
Arthur Frederick MICHELMORE 5 Sep 1914 printer's warehouseman aged 26 b Holborn of 10 Offley Road, Princes Road, Brixton, wife Lily MICHELMORE, 12 Offley Row, Princes Road, Brixton; mother Mrs Annie MICHELMORE, 10 Offley Road: enlisted as Private 11885 Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, 13th Hampshire Regiment; medical report 30 Jun 1915 finds his lungs are in poor condition and recommends discharge as permanently unfit; discharged 16 Jul 1915 UK National Archives: WW1 pension records
Arthur Frederick MICHELMORE 5 Sep 1914 enlisted as Private 11885, Hampshire Regiment; discharged 16 Jul 1916 due to sickness; List C UK National Archives: WW1 medal cards
Clarence Wilfred MITCHELMORE 20 Nov 1914 labourer aged 20 yr 48 dy b Slapton: enlisted as Private 14585 Devonshire Regiment; discharged 3 Apr 1919; medical 5 Nov 1919 finds multiple gun shot wounds originating 2 Oct 1917, assessed as 40% disability for 12 mo; medical 12 Nov 1920 assesses healing, 30% final UK National Archives: WW1 pension records
Edward MICHELMORE 2 Sep 1914 driver, ships steward aged 25 of Holborn; 1920: 23 Offley Road, Brixton [sometimes signed W E MICHELMORE, but always E[dward] in records]: enlisted as Bombadier16689 Royal Field Artillery UK National Archives: WW1 service records
Evelyn MITCHELMORE 8 Feb 1916 of 318 Christchurch Road, Boscombe: enlisted as Gunner, 2163 Territorial Force; later 851165, 21st R Bty, RFA UK National Archives: WW1 service records
Frederick Wallace MITCHELMORE 16 Nov 1914 blacksmith, porter GWR aged 22;3 of 67 Helston Road, Penryn, father John Henry MITCHELMORE of East Allington, wife: Ethel Florence née CHENERY, m 12 Jun 1916 Harlesden of 7 Manor Park Road, Harlesden; previously served 7 years apprenticeship with father: enlisted as Corporal, 10674 Army Service Corps UK National Archives: WW1 service records
Frederick Wallace MITCHELMORE Nov 1914 left school 1906: enlisted as Corporal, farrier in ASC 1st Cavalry Field Ambulance, Western Front: went across Nov 1916, discharged Jan 1919 Devon Heritage Centre: East Allington Remembrance Book
Frederick Walter MUCHMORE 2 Jan 1915 finisher & wirer; 1919 of 27 Mornington Crescent, Camden Town, wife Elizabeth May of 137 Prince of Wales Road NW, m 14 Apr 1911; children Ivy Ellen b 28 Jan 1912 of 77 Prince of Wales Road NW, Doris May b 8 May 1913 of 48 Kingswood Road, Fulham, Edna Florence b 12 Jun 1918 of 137 Prince of Wales Road NW: enlisted as Private 3210 3rd City of London Royal Fusiliers/633112 Labour Corps; pension granted due to inflammation in left ear originating in France 1915 UK National Archives: WW1 pension records
George Stanley MITCHELMORE 11 Dec 1915 commercial traveller aged 26;2 b London of 11 Moyne Road, Ranelagh, Dublin, wife Beatrice of 45 Malden Hill Gardens, nr Milden Surrey, m June 1913 London; child Violet Louise b Dec 1915 Dublin: enlisted as Gunner 136016 Royal Field Artillery; contracted malaria etc during service in Salonica Mar 1917, invalided to England 12 Nov 1817, discharged physically unfit with tuberculosis 6 Feb 1918 UK National Archives: WW1 pension records
Gwyn MITCHELMORE 5390 of 17 Morgan Street, Tredeger, b 1896: enlisted as 2505 Monmouthsire Regiment, Territorial Force, previously employed by Tredeger Oil & Coke Co; later Sapper 178886 Railway Operating Division, Royal Engineers UK National Archives: WW1 service records
H MUCHMORE 11 Dec 1916 conductor aged 30 yr 4 mo of 28 Atheldene Road, Earlsfield: enlisted in Royal West Surrey Regiment (Inf Lab Coy), No. 31511 Surrey Recruitment Registers
H C J MITCHELMORE 11 Jan 1915 commissioned 2nd Lieutenant, "C" Company, 1st Btn, Somerset Light Infantry; posted to France 10 Dec 1915, left to join RFC 21 Jun 1916 UK National Archives: Regimental records of officers' services 1775-1914
Harry MITCHELMORE 11 Dec 1915 removal contractor aged 24;11 of 63 Haviland Road, Bournemouth, wife Elizabeth Adey MITCHELMORE, m 6 Jun 1915 Bournemouth of 63 Haviland Road, Boscombe; children Frederick Harry b 28 Jun 1916, Olive b 22 Jun 1919; parents Henry & Augusta of 71 Haviland Road, Boscombe; brother Percy aged 27 of 66 Boscombe Grove Road, Bournemouth; sisters Lilian, Mabel & Irene of 71 Haviland Road, Boscombe: enlisted as Gunner 121031 Royal Garrison Artillery; d 12 Mar 1919, Canadian General Hospital, Etaples,from bronco-pneumonia, widow awarded pension of 44s 2d from 15 Sep 1919 UK National Archives: WW1 service records
Hector MITCHELMORE 20 Aug 1915 coal lumper aged 42;2 of 2 Victoria Place, Dartmouth, sister Vera WIDDICOMBE of 2 Victoria Place, Dartmouth: enlisted as Private 116994/292415 Labour Corps, Royal Engineers UK National Archives: WW1 service records
Henry Philip MITCHELMORE 6 Jun 1916 carpenter b 1876 Totnes; 1920 of 34 Ashburnham Road, Kensal Rise, m Ada Port EDMONDS 24 May 1903 Holy Trinity, Kilburn; child Phylis Ada b 20 Jul 1909 32 Ashburnham Road, Kensal Rise: enlisted as Sapper 241654 Royal Engineers; granted pension due to deafness in right ear UK National Archives: WW1 pension records
Herbert John MITCHELMORE 10 Nov 1915 motor driver aged 30;4 of Hazelwood, Lower Warberries, Torquay [1919: of 4 South Street, Torre], wife Ann MITCHELMORE of Hazelwood, Lower Warberries, Torquay, m 15 Aug 1913 Newton Abbot: enlisted as Gunner 80171 Machine Gun & Tank Corps; previously served 3 yr in 5th Devon Regiment UK National Archives: WW1 service records
Herbert Sampson Reynolds MITCHELMORE 6 Jun 1916 accountant aged 29;2 of 2 Herbert Villas, Station Avenue, Sandown, Isle of Wight , sister Mrs Elizabeth Harriet FRANCIS, 14 Tweedie Road, Bromley; previously served in Canadian Home Guard; 1919 of 1384 Green Ave, Montreal, passage to UK refunded: enlisted as Gunner 110154 Royal Garrison Artillery; granted pension for hernia UK National Archives: WW1 pension records
Herbert Sampson Reynolds MITCHELMORE 6 Jun 1916 accountant aged 29;2 of 2 Herbert Villas, Station Avenue, Sandown, Isle of Wight , sister Mrs Elizabeth Harriet FRANCIS, 14 Tweedie Road, Bromley; Mr H St D FRANCIS, 14 Tweedy Road, Bromley, given as reference; 1919 of 1384 Green Ave, Montreal: enlisted as Gunner 110154 Royal Garrison Artillery; previously served in Canadian Home Guard, arrived at Liverpool 28 May 1916 from Gaspé QC in S S Missanabie CPR, passage to UK refunded UK National Archives: WW1 service records
Horatio MITCHELMORE 24 Feb 1915 painter aged 44, next of kin sister at 43 Rishton Street, Liverpool; 1919 aged 50 of 93 Rushton Street, Liverpool: enlisted Liverpool as Private 22579, 5th King's Liverpool Regiment and then 32217 Royal Defence Corps, 51st Protection Company; discharged 14 Mar 1915, awarded gratuity of £52 10s on account of 20% disability -- double hernia "caused by excessive marching" UK National Archives: First World War pension claims
Horatio MITCHELMORE 24 Feb 1915 painter of 93 Rushton Street, Liverpool, previously employed by Evan Bros, 39 Breckfield Road South, Liverpool: enlisted as Private 32217 Royal Defence Corps; granted pension for double hernia "caused by excessive marching" UK National Archives: WW1 pension records
Horatio MITCHELMORE 24 Feb 1915 painter aged 44 of 131 Richmond Row, Liverpool; 1919 of 93 Rushdon Street, Liverpool: enlisted as Private 32217, 51st Coy, Royal Defence Corps, Territorial Forces, previously served in Kings Liverpool Regiment; discharged 1919, granted gratuity of £52 10s "in lieu of ? Award" UK National Archives: WW1 service records
Ithiel John Crocker MITCHELMORE 5 Feb 1916 carpenter aged 31 b Slapton of 31 Shirley Springcopse Road, Reigate, mother Mrs MICHELMORE of 31 Shirley Springcopse Road, Reigate: enlisted as Private 59946, 301st Reserve Labour Corps, 13th (TW) Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment UK National Archives: WW1 service records
J MITCHELMORE 9 Aug 1915 enlisted as Private G/10985, Royal West Surrey Regiment; discharged 3 Mar 1916; cause of discharge 392/iii/ee/; list e/1147/1 UK National Archives: WW1 medal cards
J MITCHELMORE 7 Feb 1917 Private 30197, East Surrey Regiment: posted to 1/5th Btn L North Lancs and allotted new Regimental No. 260031 Regimental records
John MITCHELMORE 9 Aug 1915 clerk aged 22;5 of 19 Hawarden Grove, Croxted Road, Herne Hill, wife Ethel née WHITE of 88 Bablater? Road, Brixton, m 6 Nov 1915 Register Office, Lambeth; father John Wilson MITCHELMORE of Rhodesian Railways, Bulawayo, Rhodesia; previously served 1911-1914 in Rhodesia; passage to England refunded: enlisted as Private G10985 Royal West Surrey Regiment; suffered from epilepsy, discharged 3 Mar 1916 because "a recruit with more than three months service [is] considered medially unfit for further service" UK National Archives: WW1 pension records
John Leslie Archie MITCHELMORE 11 Dec 1915 labourer, lighterman aged 29;11 of 2 Victoria Place, Victoria Road, Dartmouth, sister Vera Pernall WIDDICOMBE of 2 Victoria Place, Dartmouth: enlisted as Sapper 150204 Inland Water Transport, Royal Engineers; ?served in New Zealand UK National Archives: WW1 service records
John Francis MITCHELMORE 3 Dec 1915 enlisted as Private 3455 Royal first Devon Yeomanry, Territorial Forces; discharged 5 Feb 1916 as "not likely to become efficient" [no reason found] UK National Archives: WW1 pension records
Leonard Charles MICHELMORE 1914-1922 lieutenant, Royal Army Service Corps: service record UK National Archives: WW1 officers' service records
R MICHELMORE 1914-1922 officer in World War 1 UK National Archives: WW1 officers' service records
R H MITCHELMORE 29 Sep 1917 L/Cpl 70470, Royal Engineers: restored to skilled rate of E P UK National Archives: WW1 service records
Reginald Albert MUCHMORE 31 May 1918 Post Office telegraphist of 11 Carlton Street, Marylebone : enlisted as Army Reserve, Signal Service UK National Archives: WW1 service records
Richard Adrian MUCHMORE 15 Mar 1915 enlisted as Acting Serjeant 30792, Royal Defence Corps; discharged 9 Jun 1916 due to sickness; List T P UK National Archives: WW1 medal cards
Robert Frank MICHELMORE 1914-1922 2nd lieutenant, Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment): service record UK National Archives: WW1 officers' service records
Thomas Ferris MICHELMORE 21 ??? 1916 aged 54 of Railway Inn, Ashburton, b Burlestone: enlisted as Private 34288 Royal Defence Corps, Territorial Forces, previously served 4 years in Royal Engineers UK National Archives: WW1 service records
Walter Henry Hill MUCHAMORE 15 Apr 1915 aged 36 of 50 Glen Road, Wadebridge, Cornwall: enlisted as Private 20482 Territorial Force, previously served in Royal Navy; diagnosed with emphysemia 11 May 1915 & declared permanently unfit for service; discharged 5 Nov 1915 UK National Archives: WW1 pension records
Walter H H MUCHAMORE 15 Apr 1915 enlisted as Private 20482, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry 4th Bn, 3rd Supery Coy; discharged 15 Nov 1915 due to sickness; List T C UK National Archives: WW1 medal cards
William John MITCHELMORE 1 Jul 1910 railway porter aged 20;6 of Lynchaf, Dyffryn, b Llanenddwyn, Dyffryn, Merionethshire, children Katie b 20 May 1906, John b 2 Oct 1910, Mary Lizzie b 23 Dec 1911, Sarah b 4 Feb 1913; previously employed by CambrianRailway Co.: enlisted as Private 2490, 7th Bn Royal Welsh Fusiliers, Territorial Force; found medically unfit for further service, discharged 21 Oct 1914; 1917-1919 received 3s and then 4s board for youngest four children; 1919 paid 5s 6d lump sum for sciatica UK National Archives: WW1 pension records
William MITCHELMORE 9 Dec 1915 pork butcher aged 38;5 of 2 Three Salmon Street, Merthyr; 1919 of 42 Richard Street, Cathays, Cardiff, wife Julia née WATKINS of 2, Three Salmon Street, Merthyr Tydfil, m 8 May 1899 Wesleyan Chapter, Newport Road, Cardiff: enlisted as Driver 291303 AH Horse Transport, Royal Army Service Corps UK National Archives: WW1 service records
William Henry MICHELMORE 11 Dec 1915 farm labourer aged 28;2 of Higher Yalberton, nr Paignton, b Dyffryn, Merionethshire, next of kin Edward John MICHELMORE of Dyffryn, Merionethshire, father [actually brother]: enlisted as Private 24194 12th Labour Bn, Devon Regiment; discharged 30 Jun 1916 due to heart disease UK National Archives: WW1 pension records
William Henry MITCHELMORE 20 Jan 1917 unm stonemason aged 34 of Higher Bowden, Dartmouth b Blackawton, father William MITCHELMORE of Bowden, Dartmouth: enlisted as Sapper 233417 Inland Waterways Transport Corps UK National Archives: WW1 service records
William Charles MITCHELMORE 2 Oct 1918 wholesale newsagent aged 18;11 b Plymouth of 46 Simpson Street, Battersea, mother Mrs Edith MITCHELMORE, 46 Simpson Street, Battersea: enlisted as Private 193377 53rd Bn Middlesex Regiment/Machine Gun Corps UK National Archives: WW1 service records
WW1 officer appointments
Name Date Information Source
F MICHELMORE 1 Dec 1916 2nd Lieutentant, Northern Regiment, Special Reserve, Machine Gun Corps: promoted to Temporary Lieutenant London Gazette 4 Dec 1917
F MICHELMORE 1 Apr 1920 Lieutenant, 3rd Northern Regiment, Infantry: relinquishes his commission London Gazette 14 May 1920
Frank MICHELMORE 7 May 1915 Cadet, Officer Training Corps, Infantry: promoted to Second Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion, Northamptonshire Regiment London Gazette 4 May 1915
H C J MITCHELMORE 4 Aug 1917 Temporary 2nd Lieutenant, Somerset Light Infantry, appointed Acting Lieutenant whilst 2nd in Command of a Trench Mortar Battalion London Gazette 23 Nov 1917
H C J MITCHELMORE 13 Oct 1917 Temporary 2nd Lieutenant, Somerset Light Infantry: reliquishes the Acting rank of Lieutenant on ceasing to be employed as 2nd in Command of a Trench Mortar Battalion London Gazette 21 Dec 1917
H T MICHELMORE 10 Jan 1917 Lieutenant (Temporary Captain), Royal Field Artillery, Territorial Forces: to be seconded as Staff Captain London Gazette 4 May 1917
H T MICHELMORE 15 Sep 1917 Captain, RA: Deputy Staff Captain London Gazette 30 Nov 1917
H T MICHELMORE 29 Aug 1918 Captain, Royal Regiment of Artillery: restored to the RH and RFA, Territorial Forces London Gazette 22 Oct 1918
H T MICHELMORE 29 Aug 1918 Captain, Royal Regiment of Artillery, MC, TF: promoted to Acting Major London Gazette 5 Nov 1918
H C MICHELMORE 28 Jan 1919 Temporary Lieutenant, Tank Corps: ceased to be employed as Assistant Instructor London Gazette 15 Aug 1919
H C MICHELMORE 29 Jan 1919 Temporary Lieutenant, Tank Corps: relinquishes commission on completion of service London Gazette 22 Apr 1921
H C J MITCHELMORE 4 Jan 1919 Temporary 2nd Lieutenant, Somerset Light Infantry: reliquishes commission on completion of service London Gazette 8 Mar 1921
H T MICHELMORE 8 Jan 1919 Captain, Royal Regiment of Artillery, MC, TF: relinquishes the rank of Acting Major on ceasing to command his battalion London Gazette 10 Jun 1919
Henry Theodore MICHELMORE 14 Aug 1914 Captain: promotion date corrected from statement in Gazette of 8 Sep 1914 London Gazette 2 Oct 1914
L C MICHELMORE 15 May 1918 Temporary Lieutenant, Army Service Corps: promoted to Temporary Captain London Gazette 10 May 1918
L C MICHELMORE 1 Sep 1921 Temporary Captain, Royal Army Service Corps: relinquishes commission on completion of service London Gazette 29 Nov 1921
Leonard Charles MICHELMORE 25 Jan 1916 cadet, Officer Training Corps, Army Service Corps: promoted from Temporary Second Lieutenant (on probation) London Gazette 10 May 1918
R F MITCHELMORE 28 Aug 1916 Special Reserve of Officers, Middlesex Regiment: confirmed in his rank as 2nd Lieutenant London Gazette 25 Aug 1916
Ralph G MICHELMORE 9 May 1917 Temporary Lieutenant, Royal Army Medical Corps: promoted to Temporary Captain London Gazette 4 Sep 1917
Ralph G MICHELMORE 31 May 1920 Temporary Captain, Royal Army Medical Corps: relinquishes his commission London Gazette 25 Jun 1920
Robert Frank MICHELMORE 6 Mar 1915 5th Battalion, Middlesex Regiment: appointed 2nd Lieutenant (on probation) London Gazette 5 Mar 1915
W G MICHELMORE 1 Jun 1916 2nd Lieutenant (Acting Major) , Royal Engineers, Territorial Force: promoted to Lieutenant (Acting Major) London Gazette 20 Nov 1917
W G MICHELMORE 2 Apr 1918 Lieutenant (Acting Major without pay and allowances), Royal Engineers, MC: relinquishes his Acting rank on alteration in posting London Gazette 13 Sep 1918
W G MICHELMORE 28 May 1918 Lieutenant, Corps of Royal Engineers, MC, TF: promoted to Acting Major London Gazette 10 Dec 1918
W G MICHELMORE 13 Sep 1919 Lieutenant, Corps of Royal Engineers, MC, TF: relinquishes the Acting Rank of Major London Gazette 3 Oct 1919
W G MICHELMORE 1 Apr 1920 Lieutenant, Wessex Divisional Engineers (Signal Company), DSO, MC: transferred to Wessex Divisional Signals, Territorial Force and promoted to Major London Gazette 16 Jul 1920
W G MICHELMORE 7 Jul 1921 Temporary Major, 43rd (Wessex) Divisional Signals (DF), DSO, MC: relinquishes his commission London Gazette 2 Aug 1921
William G MICHELMORE 5 Aug 1914 Second Lieutenant, Wessex Divisional Signal Company, Wessex Divisional Engineers, Royal Engineers: promoted to Captain London Gazette 2 Oct 1914
William Godwin MICHELMORE 23 Dec 1920 Major 43rd (Wessex) Divisional Signals, Royal Corps of Signals, DSO, MC: transferred from Royal Engineers (Territorial Force) to Territorial Force London Gazette 21 Dec 1920
WW1 medals

Most of the data below are taken from the Medal Index Cards (series WO372) at the UK National Archives. The collection is fairly complete, so the following table probably includes all the M*CH*MOREs who served overseas in World War I.

An image of the front side of each index card may be purchased from the National Archives site. However, the cards do not contain any more information than that given below. (Abbreviations are reproduced literally.)

Name Date Information Source
Albert MUCHMORE 11 Feb 1919 Private M2/121331, RASCMT: enlisted 20 Sep 1915, had served overseas, discharged 18 Jan 1919 aged 28 due to sickness, awarded Silver War Badge Silver War Badge Roll
Albert MUCHMORE 1919 Private M2-121331, Army Service Corps: first served in France 3.10.15, dis[charged] 18.1.19, awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Albert E MITCHELMORE 1919 Private M2-168259, Army Service Corps: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Albert E MITCHELMORE 1919 Corporal 5636 / 241989, Worcestershire Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Albert G MICHELMORE 1919 Private 3055, 7th London Regiment: first served in France 13.3.15, K in A 14.9.16: awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Alfred MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 41118, South Staffordshire Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Alfred J MITCHMORE 1919 Private 2930/5311/268286, Devonshire Regiment, 1919 ^ Hill Croft, Staverton: first served in Egypt 5.9.15, awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal, India General Service Medal with Afghanistan North West Frontier 1919 clasp UK National Archives
Arthur MITCHELMORE 1919 Private R-38906, King's Royal Rifle Corps: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Arthur E MITCHELMORE 1919 Corporal 772/865300, Royal Field Artillery: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal, Territorial Force War Medal UK National Archives
Arthur F MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 50454/43976/01671, Worcestershire Regiment/Royal Berkshire Regiment/ Devonshire Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Arthur Frederick MICHELMORE 1919 Private 11885, Hampshire Regiment: awarded war medal UK National Archives
Arthur Frederick MITCHELMORE 11 Feb 1918 Private 11885, Hants Regt: enlisted 5 Sep 1914, discharged 16 Jul 1916 due to sickness, awarded Silver War Badge Silver War Badge Roll
C A MUCHMORE 12 Dec 1917 Private 63178, Royal Fusiliers (Kentish Town): awarded Military Medal London Gazette 11 Dec 1917
C MICHELMORE 1919 Private/Lieutenant, 2nd London Regiment: first served in France, Dec 1914, list of claims submitted by GOC No. 3 Area Weymouth 6/2/19, awarded 1914-15 Star UK National Archives
C A MUCHMORE 17 Jun 1919 Private 63178, MM, 26th Bn, Royal Fusiliers (Kentish Town): awarded bar to Military Medal London Gazette 13 Jun 1919
Charles MITCHELMORE 1919 Driver T-364863, Army Service Corps: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Charles A MITCHELMORE 1919 British Red Cross Society and Order of St John of Jerusalem: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Charles Arthur MUCHMORE 1919 Private 5005/GS-63178, 3rd London Regiment/Royal Fusiliers: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Charles E MITCHELMORE 1919 Sergeant 10891/GS-143147/488461, Royal Irish Rifles/Royal Fusiliers/Labour Corps: first served in Balkans 7.7.15, awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Charles E MITCHELMORE 1919 Gunner 201508, Royal Field Artillery: BW&N held for adt 2.2.22/BW&N reissued 29.4.22: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Charles H MUCHMORE 1919 Private 26364, Royal Lancaster Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Charles L B MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 37602, Worcestershire Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Clarence W MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 14585, Devonshire Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Clement MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 7005/29980/38411/48443/70973, Gloucestershire Regiment/Oxford & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry/Royal Berkshire Regiment/Royal Warwickshire Regiment/Manchester Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
David MITCHELMORE 1919 Private M-306148, Royal Army Service Corps: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Edgar MITCHELMORE 1919 Private SS-1758, Army Service Corps: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Edward MICHELMORE 1919 Driver/Bombadier 16689, Royal Field Artillery: first served in France 12.02.1914, awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Edward MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 2789/370870, London Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Edward MITCHELMORE 1919 Private/Lance Serjeant 3339/205435, Devonshire Regiment/Bedfordshire Regiment: first served in Egypt 5.9.15, awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Edward A MITCHELMORE 1919 Sapper 70470, Royal Engineers: first served in France 31.8.15, awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Edward Charles MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 34, Army Service Corps Canadian Forestry Corps: first served in France 20.7.16, awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Eleanor MICHELMORE, Mrs 21 Jun 1918 masseuse, Alton Red Cross Hospital: awarded in recognition of her valuable nursing services in connection with the War: awarded Royal Red Cross Medal, 2nd Class London Gazette 18 Jun 1918
Ernest W A MITCHELMORE 1919 Corporal 2105/94407, Middlesex Regiment/Machine Gun Corps : ret[urne]d (undisposed of): awarded British War Medal UK National Archives
Evelyn MITCHELMORE 1919 Gunner 2163/851065, Royal Field Artillery: awarded British War Medal UK National Archives
Frank MICHELMORE 1919 Sapper 7301/426321, Royal Engineers Transport/Royal Engineers: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Fredk C MITCHELMORE 1919 Sergeant 2112, Devonshire Regiment: enlisted 2.9.14, first served in Egypt 15.9.15; discharged 21.10.16 (sickness), awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Fredk MITCHELMORE 16 Nov 1918 Sergeant 2112, 5th Devon R, of Glan Villa, Finca Park, Reerlane Allrs Farm: had served overseas, discharged due to sickness, awarded Silver War Badge Silver War Badge Roll
Frederick W MITCHELMORE 1919 Corporal TS-10674, Army Service Corps: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Frederick W MUCHMORE 1919 Private 12460/103450, Bedfordshire Regiment/Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment: first served in France 30.7.15, awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal [partly filed under F W] UK National Archives
Fred'k W MUCHMORE 1919 Private 3210/633112, 3rd London Regiment/Labour Corps: first served in France 10.5.15, awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
George MICHELMORE 1919 Corporal G15507, Middlesex Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
George MICHELMORE 1919 Private 241007, Devonshire Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
George MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 2872, Royal Newfoundland Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
George MITCHELMORE 1919 Private/Serjeant M2-019480, Army Service Corps: first served in France 21.12.14, awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
George Stanley MITCHELMORE 1919 Gunner 136016, Royal Field Artillery: SWB: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
George Stanley MITCHELMORE 11 Feb 1918 Gunner 136076, 99 Bde, RFA: had served overseas, discharged due to sickness, awarded Silver War Badge Silver War Badge Roll
George T MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 17396, Coldstream Guards: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Gwyn MITCHELMORE 1919 Sapper 257626/290514/WR-178886, Royal Engineers/Monmouthshire Regiment/Royal Engineers: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Harold J MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 346073, Devonshire Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Harry MITCHELMORE 1919 Gunner 121031, Royal Garrison Artillery: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Harry V MITCHELMORE 1919 Driver 1302&T4-240159/203341, Army Service Corps/Cheshire Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Hector MITCHELMORE 1919 Pioneer 116994, Royal Engineers, and Private, Labour Corps: awarded 1914-15 Star, British War, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Hector Lawrence MICHELMORE 1919 Private 240788, Devonshire Regiment: enlisted 6.1.15, discharged 3.2.19; List C: awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Henry A MITCHELMORE 1919 Gunner 106688, Royal Garrison Artillery: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Henry Theodore MICHELMORE 22 Jun 1918 Captain, Royal Field Artillery: awarded "for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during an enemy attack. He successfully removed his guns from a forward position under heavy shell fire with very few casualties. Though wounded, he remained with the battery until it was established in a new position. It was mainly due to his coolness and good example that this was accomplished": awarded Military Cross London Gazette 21 Jun 1918
Henry Theodore MICHELMORE 2 Apr 1919 Captain (Acting Major), MC, RFA, TF, attd 55th By, 33rd Bde, RFA: awarded bar to Military Cross London Gazette 1 Apr 1919
Henry Theodore MICHELMORE 1919 Captain/Major, Royal Artillery/Royal Field Artillery: first served in France 12.12.17, awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal, Territorial Force War Medal, emblems UK National Archives
Herbert MUCHMORE 1919 Private 82478/T-437870, Labour Corps/Army Service Corps: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Herbert Henry MITCHMORE 15 Nov 1918 Corporal 9259, Devon Regt: enlisted 3 Mar 1911, had served overseas, discharged 30 Oct 1918 due to hysteria, awarded Silver War Badge Silver War Badge Roll
Herbert H MITCHMORE 1919 Private/Corporal 9259, Devonshire Regiment: SWB List, first served in France 22.8.14, awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Herbert J MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 26092/M2-147705/80171, West Riding Regiment/Army Service Corps/Machine Gun Corps: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Herbert S R MITCHELMORE 1919 Gunner 110154, Royal Garrison Artillery: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Horace E MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 216948/62939, Royal Engineers/Welsh Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Horace J MICHELMORE 1919 Private 10043, Wiltshire Regiment: first served in France 11.12.14, K in A 28.7.15, awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Isaac MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 1810, Royal Newfoundland Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
J MITCHELMORE 18 Feb 1918 Private G/10985, R W Surrey: enlisted 9 Aug 1915, honorably discharged 3 Mar 1916 aged 23, awarded Silver War Badge Silver War Badge Roll
J MITCHELMORE 1919 Private G/10985, Royal West Surrey Regiment: awarded war medals UK National Archives
J Edgar MUCHMORE 1919 Gunner L/5113, Royal Field Artillery: first served in France 26/11/15, awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal [filed partly under Edgar and partly under J E] UK National Archives
James H MITCHELMORE 1919 Sapper 530648/253069/269136, Royal Engineers/Hertfordshire Regiment/Essex Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Jeffrey Edwards Morton MICHELMORE 1919 Lieutenant, East Surrey Regiment: first served in France 9.1.18, killed April 1918, awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
John MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 260031, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
John MICHELMORE 1919 Private M2-115878, Army Service Corps: first served in France 3.8.15, awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
John A MITCHELMORE 1919 Private/Serjeant 15145, Northumberland Fusiliers: first served in France 3.8.15, awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
John E MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 16396/140544, Devonshire Regiment/Machine Gun Corps : first served in France 1.10.15, awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
John H MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 31055/32740, Somerset Light Infantry/Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
John Henry MUCHMORE 17 Aug 1917 Private M2/121927, ASCMT: enlisted 29 Sep 1915, discharged 14 Aug 1917 due to wounds received, awarded Silver War Badge Silver War Badge Roll
John Henry MUCHMORE 1919 Private M2/121927, Army Service Corps: SWB List: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
John L A MITCHELMORE 1919 Sapper 150204/WR-502031, Royal Engineers: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Leonard Chas MICHELMORE 1919 Private/Lieutenant, Captain 3292/3292, 14th London Regiment/Royal Army Service Corps: first served in France 23.4.15, comm[issioned] ASC 23.1.16, FF9 met'd. Completed 9/2/22, address The Den, 60 Wentworth Road, Golder's Green NW11; awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Leslie F MITCHELMORE 1919 Acting Corporal 3227/266486, Devonshire Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
P MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 58472/102267, Devonshire Regiment/Labour Corps: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Percy A G MITCHELMORE 1919 Private M2-082480, Army Service Corps: first served in France 15.5.15, Class Z 13.7.19, awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Phillip H MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 240235/1486, Devonshire Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal, Territorial Forces War Medal UK National Archives
Ralph Godfrey MICHELMORE 1919 Captain, Royal Army Medical Corps: first served in India 24.6.16, awarded Royal Army Medical Corps Medal UK National Archives
Reginald C J MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 46100, Wiltshire Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Richard Adrian MUCHMORE 7 Oct 1816 Acting Sergeant 30792, Roy Def Corps:enlisted 15 mar 1915, discharged 9 Jun 1916 due to sickness, awarded Silver War Badge Silver War Badge Roll
Richard Stanley MITCHELMORE 17 Feb 1919 Private 34162, Dorset Regt: enlisted 13 Jan 1917, had served overseas, discharged 18 Jan 1919 aged 19 due to wounds received, awarded Silver War Badge Silver War Badge Roll
Richard Stanley MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 34162, Dorsetshire Regiment: enlisted 13.1.17, discharged 18.1.19; List C/855/2: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Robert Frank MICHELMORE 1919 Second Lieutenant, Middlesex Regiment: died 7.7.16; address R F Michelmore Esq, The Homestead, Salcombe: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Roderick C MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 22157, Dorsetshire Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
S A MUCHMORE 28 Nov 1918 Private 29332, HLI: enlisted 15 Jul 1915, had served overseas, discharged 7 Nov 1918 aged 26 due to wounds received, awarded Silver War Badge Silver War Badge Roll
S F MITCHELMORE 19 Mar 1918 private DM2/154901, Army Service Corps (Bristol): awarded Military Medal London Gazette 15 Mar 1918
S F MITCHELMORE 1919 private DM2/154901, Army Service Corps (Bristol): awarded war medals London Gazette 15 Mar 1918
Samuel MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 2873, Royal Newfoundland Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Sidney A MUCHMORE 1919 Private 29332, Highland Light Infantry: enlisted 15.7.15, discharged 7.11.18; List D/A/558: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Stanley G MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 7251340, Royal Army Medical Corps: awarded General Service Medal with North West Persia clasp UK National Archives
Sydney MITCHELMORE 1919 Private R4-140680, Army Service Corps: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Sydney F MITCHELMORE 1919 Private DM2-154901, Fl[ying?] Service Corps: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Thomas S MICHELMORE 1919 Private 1352, 1st London Regiment: K in A 9/5/15; appn for medals from Mrs M Michelmore (mother), 13 Raphael Street, Knightsbridge SW 26.7.22 [partly filed under MICKLEMORE]: awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
Walter H H MUCHAMORE 25 Oct 1916 Private 20482, 3 Super'y Coy 4th DCLI of 50 Glen Road, Wadebridge, Cornwall: enlisted 15 Apr 1915, discharged 5 Nov 1915 due to sickness, awarded Silver War Badge Silver War Badge Roll
Walter MUCHMORE 1919 Gunner L-38289, Royal Field Artillery: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
William MITCHELMORE 1919 Private M-338249, Army Service Corps: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
William MITCHELMORE 1919 Sapper 233417/WR-505184, Royal Engineers: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
William C J MITCHELMORE 1919 Driver T2-12949, Army Service Corps: first served in France 30.5.15, awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
William E MITCHMORE 1919 Private 10776, Devonshire Regiment: first served in France 25.7.15, K in A 25.9.15: awarded 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
William G MITCHELMORE 1919 Private 51173, Welsh Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
William Godwin MICHELMORE 1 Jan 1918 Lieutenant (Acting Major) Royal Engineers: awarded Military Cross London Gazette 28 Dec 1917
William Godwin MICHELMORE 3 Jun 1919 Lieutenant (Acting Major) , MC, RE, TF, attached 19th Divisional Signal Company, Royal Engineer: awarded Distinguished Service Order London Gazette 30 May 1919
William Godwin MICHELMORE, DSO MC 1919 Acting Captain/Acting Major, Divisional Signal Company, Royal Engineers: first served in France 1.17; Lt W G Michelmore makes app for the Terr Force War Medal 29/4/20; appn for medals and change of address 29.9.21; address (1) Grove Hill, Topsham (2) 18 Cathedral Yard, Exeter; awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal, Territorial Force War Medal, emblems UK National Archives
William P MUCHMORE 1919 Private 34046/42517/45009, Norfolk Regiment/Lincolnshire Regiment/Gloucestershire Regiment: awarded British War Medal, Victory Medal UK National Archives
WW1 fatalities
Name Date Information Source
Albert George MICHELMORE 14 Sep 1916 Lance Corporal 3055, 1st/7th Bn., London Regiment, aged 37, husband of Mary MICHELMORE, 19 Gilbey Roadd, Tooting, London Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France
Charles Lionel Bickford MITCHELMORE 29 May 1917 Private 37602, 4th Bn., Worcestershire Regiment, aged 37, husband of Lily M A MITCHELMORE, 19 Union Street, Plymouth Arras Memorial, Pas de Calais, France
George MICHELMORE 17 Sep 1916 Lance Serjeant 15507, 21st Bn., Middlesex Regiment, aged 26, son of Lucy BENNETT, 65 High Street, Totnes Philosophe British Cemetery, Mazingarbe, Pas de Calais, France
H J MITCHELMORE 28 Jul 1915 Private 10043, 2nd Bn., Wiltshire Regiment St. Vaast Post Military Cemetery, Richebourg-L'Avoue, Pas de Calais, France
Harry MITCHELMORE 12 Mar 1919 Lance Bombardier 121031, 374th Siege Bty., Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 28, son of Henry and Augusta MITCHELMORE, 71 Haviland Road, Boscombe, Bournemouth; husband of Elizabeth MITCHELMORE, 63 Haviland Road, Boscombe Bournemouth Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France
Horace John MITCHELMORE 27 Jul 1915 private, 2nd Wiltshire Regiment, aged 32, certified assistant, Bodfeirig Church School, St Ann’s (Bethesda) North Wales Chronicle and Advertiser 20 Aug & 24 Sep 1915
J E M MICHELMORE 9 Apr 1918 Lieut 44431, East Surrey Regt: missing 9 Apr 1918 France, rep Miss J M SIMPSON (fiancee), 21 Glenloch Road, Belsize Park, London; negativ envoyé 28 May 1918 International Committee of the Red Cross
J E M MICHELMORE 9 Apr 1918 Lieut 44431, East Surrey Regt: missing since 9 Apr 1918, rep W Gentry Bingham, 28 Finchley Lane, Hendon; negativ envoyé 3 Aug 1918 International Committee of the Red Cross
Jeffery Edwards Morton MICHELMORE 9 Apr 1918 Lieutenant , 6th Bn. attd. 13th Bn., East Surrey Regiment, aged 37, son of Jeffery Edwards MICHELMORE and Mary Eugenie MICHELMORE, 30 Cleveland Square, Hyde Park, London Ploegsteert Memorial, Comines-Warneton, Hainaut, Belgium
John MITCHELMORE 30 Nov 1917 Private 260031, 2nd/15th Bn., The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, aged 34, Son of Christopher and Sarah MITCHELMORE, Bridge Cottage, Cornwood, Devon; husband of Emily Mitchelmore, Daneswood, South Ascot, Berkshire Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
R MITCHELMORE 1914-1918 died in World War I World War I memorial, Stokenham Parish Church
R C MITCHELMORE 1 Nov 1916 Private 22157, 6th Bn., Dorsetshire Regiment Grove Town Cemetery, Meaulte, Somme, France
Roderick Cose MITCHELMORE 1 Nov 1916 Private 22157, 6th Btn, Dorsetshire Regiment, formerly 3462, Royal Devon Yeomanry, enlisted Exeter; b Kellaton, of Kingsbridge: died of wounds, France & Flanders Soldiers Died in the Great War
R F MICHELMORE 1916 2nd lieutenant, Middlesex Regt: included in Roll of Honour of war casualties, aged 26, son of Mr & Mrs R F MICHELMORE, Salcombe The Sphere 2 Sep 1916
R F MICHELMORE 7 Jul 1916 2nd lieutenant, 16th Btn, Middlesex Regiment: reported missing 1 Jul 1916, died at Velu British Officers taken Prisoner of War
Robert Frank MICHELMORE 7 Jul 1916 Second Lieutenant , 16th Bn., Middlesex Regiment, aged 24, son of Robert Frank and Harriet Elizabeth MICHELMORE, Rickham, Salcombe Lebucquiere Communal Cemetery Extension, Pas de Calais, France
T W MUCHMORE 12 Jun 1918 Private 31124, 11th Bn., East Lancashire Regiment Longuenesse (St. Omer) Souvenir Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France
Thomas Stanley MICHELMORE 9 May 1915 Private 1352, 1st/13th Kensington Bn., London Regiment Ploegsteert Memorial, Comines-Warneton, Hainaut, Belgium
Thomas Walter MUCHMORE 12 Jun 1918 Private 31124, 11th Btn, East Lancashire Regiment, formerly 50352, Middx Regt, enlisted London; b Southwark, of Kennington: died in France & Flanders Soldiers Died in the Great War
William Ernest MITCHMORE 25 Sep 1915 Private 10776, 8th Bn., Devonshire Regiment, aged 20, son of Mr and Mrs J T MITCHMORE, Hill Croft, Staverton Loos Memorial, Pas de Calais, France
Other WW1 records
Name Date Information Source
A H MICHELMORE 24 Mar 1918 Pte 38906, 18th Btn, Kings Royal Rifle Corps, missing between 24 & 28 Mar 1918; rep Mr TABOR, Hendon; Tel RP 20, negativ envoyé 15 May 1918 International Committee of the Red Cross
Albert E MITCHELLMORE 29 Mar 1918 Cpl 241989 2/8th Worcester B reported missing; 14 Nov 1918 POW at Meinden-in-W Camp, captured at V,Pratonneux 29 Mar 1918, previously interned at Skalmierschuetz POW Camp, wounded in left knée; b 24 Nov 1893 Dartmouth, mother of 16 Now Common Road, Dartmouth International Committee of the Red Cross
B MITCHELMORE, Mrs 1916-1917 Special War Worker of 15 Keswick Avenue, Copnor, Portsmouth: proceeded to France as a nursing sister at various hospitals; invalided home and discharged in 1917; holds General Service & Victory Medals England: The National Roll of the Great War 1914-1918
Charles MICHELMORE 27 Mar 1916 Engineer’s fitter aged 28 of Invicta House, Barnet Lane, Elstree, employed by H. E. Richardson Ltd, Motor Engineers and Machinists, Invicta Works, North Finchly, government munitions contractors: certificate of exemption from military service granted on grounds he was indispensible to his employer in the manufacture of war material; certificate withdrawn 15 Mar 1917 on application of the military representative original
Charles Alfred MITCHELMORE 1914-1918 Red Cross Volunteer, orderly 11389: served in France Red Cross records
Clarence W MITCHELMORE 1914-1918 Private, Devon Regiment: wounded in WW1 Roll of Honour, Slapton Parish Church
David MITCHELMORE Aug 1916 working at Green Garage: granted exemption from military service until 30 Aug Cambrian News & Merionethshire Standard 11 Aug 1916
E MITCHELMORE 1914-1919 corporal, 8th London Regiment of 25 Rosebery Road, Fulham: enlisted Sep 1914, served at Bullecourt, Havrincourt and Passchendaele, severely wounded, demobilised Mar 1919; holds General Service and Victory medals National Roll of the Great War 1914-1918
Edward MICHELMORE 1914-1919 ships steward/driver aged 24 yr 360 dy b Holborn: enlisted 2 Sep 1914 at Exeter as Bombadier 16689, Royal Field Artillery; next of kin mother Annie MICHELMORE, 10 Offley Road, Brixton; posted to France 31 Aug 1915; 2 Jun 1920 living at 23 Offley Road, Brixton, signs W E MICHELMORE  
F MICHELMORE 1914-1918 survived the war War Memorial, Dorset
G W MICHELMORE 11 Dec 1916 dealer aged 38 yr 0 mo of 149 Worple Road, Wimbledon: enlisted in Royal Army Medical Corps Surrey recruitment registers
H T MICHELMORE 1918-1921 major in World War 1 UK National Archives
H MICHELMORE 1914-1922 officer in World War 1 UK National Archives
Harry MITCHELMORE 1915-1919 removal contractor aged 24 yr 11 mo of 13 Danacot Road (later 63 Haviland Road, Boscombe), next of kin wife Elizabeth Adey MITCHELMORE; m 6 Jun 1915 Bournemouth, children Frederick Henry b 28 Jun 1916, Olive Cicely b 22 Jun 1919: enlisted 11 Dec 1915 at Bournemouth, Service No 121031, 374th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery; deceased effects returned to wife 13 Sep 1919, deceased's parents Henry & Augusta MITCHELMORE, 71 Haviland Road, Boscombe, brother Percy MITCHELMORE aged 27 of 66 Boscombe Grove Road, Bournemouth, sisters Lilian MITCHELMORE aged 24, Mabel MITCHELMORE aged 22 & Irene MITCHELMORE aged 10, all of 71 Haviland Road, Boscombe; widow awarded pension of 44s 2d per week from 15 Sep 1919 UK National Archives: British Army Service Records
Henry MITCHELMORE 23 Mar 1918 Gem 38906; KRR, A Coy: 23 Jul 1918 POW at Parchim Camp [Mecklenburg], captured at Western Front 23 Mar 1918, not wounded; b 11 Jan 1898 Birmingham, next of kin mother at Birmingham International Committee of the Red Cross
Howard C J MITCHELMORE Aug 1916 lieutenant in the Royal Flying Corps: wrote a letter of sympathy to the mother of Private Reginald GALE, a member of the platoon which he had commanded for six months who had recently been killed in action: "Please accept my very deep sympathy at the loss you have sustained in the death of your son; a loss that can only be tempered by the knowledge that he died fighting for the folks at home. For six months I was in charge of the platoon to which he belonged, and of a wonderful cheery crowd he was the most cheery. No matter how much work was to be done, or whatever the weather was, he seemed always to be happy. He has done his bit, the most that any man can do, he gave his life for his country." Yeovil War Memorial
J MITCHELMORE 28 Oct 1915 gardener @ 33 b Totnes ^ Olinda Lodge, Walton: enlisted at Kingston as Private 19757, 4th Btn, East Surrey Regiment Surrey recruitment registers
J E M MICHELMORE 1918-1919 lieutenant in World War 1 UK National Archives: War Office, Officers' Services, first World War
J F MITCHELMORE 1920 member, National Union of Teachers, Kettering, Northamptonshire: served in World War I NUT War Record
John Alfred MITCHELMORE 1881-1920 Sergeant 15145, 9th Btn, Northumberland Fusiliers: discharged, transferred to Class Z, Army Reserve Regimental records
Lionel George MITCHELMORE 1914-1918 Transport Officer to the Hood Battalion commanded by Arthur Asquith (Primeminister's son), he saw much hard service on the Ancre, Miraument, Gavrelle, Passchendaale, the March Retreat and many of the advance to victory battles around Cambrai. There is a personal recommendation from Asquith contained in Len Seller's book Hood Battalion: '... There were so many acts of bravery during the battalion's advance that not all can be told; as just one example Asquith included the tale of Sub. Lieutenant George Mitchelmore in his list of recommendations for gallantry awards. 'While consolidation and the enemy counter attacks were in progress T Sub Lieutenant Lionel George Mitchelmore RNVR, as the Transport Officer, succeeded in bringing up in broad daylight by the Arras-Gavrelle road, under heavy enemy barrage, a convoy of pack animals with water for those in the firing line. He lost four men and four animals en route, and was himself wounded in the hand, but pushed forward with admirable determination and as a result delivered his loads in the village within 300 yards of the enemy's advanced elements'.  The London Gazette date for the award of the MC shows that it was not for this action and that, like many, he was passed over for an award. It is likely that the MC was for Passchendaale where the Transport Officers had a tedious time or for general good work including the mentioned Cavrelle recommendation. To be the Transport Officer in Hood Battalion for most of its time in France meant that he had to be a most resourceful and determined officer. The Naval Division was one of the most respected and feared in the British Army and attracted many of the leading personalities of the day. Being Transport Officer he must have shown previous skill with horses which ties in with family trade and his occupation of farmer on demobilisation. personal communication
Ralph Godfrey MICHELMORE 1916-1919 Capt RAMC, London Hospital; served in India Jun 1916 to Nov 1919 University of London OTC Roll of War Service
Thomas W MUCHMORE 1914-1918 Private 31124/50352, East Lancashire Regiment/Middlesex Regiment UK National Archives
W MITCHALMORE 7 Jun 1915 Private 12949, Army Service Corps: logged at No. 1 Canadian General Hospital  
Between wars
Name Date Information Source
Albert Henry MITCHELMORE 1 Nov 1938 Fusilier 6460413, 3rd London Regiment, 10th Btn, 69th Searchlight Regt: discharged Regimental records
Alfred MUCHMORE 9 Jul 1920 packer b Marylebone, mother Mrs M MUCHMORE, 10 Little Park Street, Marylebone: enlisted in Royal Artillery at Paddington, Service No 727707 Royal Artillery attestations
C E MITCHELMORE 5 Feb 1920 Sergeant 488461, Labour Corps, of Great Yarmouth, Nottinghamshire: re-enlisted for 1 yr in the Royal Fusiliers under new regimental service no. 143147 UK National Archives
Cecil Robert MICHELMORE 21 Dec 1928 enlisted in Royal Artillery, Territorial Army, No. 789039; transferred to reserves 20 Dec 1932 Royal Artillery attestations
Cyril Eric MITCHELMORE 21 Apr 1926 errand boy b 21 Jul 1911 Totnes: enlisted in Royal Artillery, No. 1068019; discharged 23 Mar 1927, services no longer required Royal Artillery attestations
Frederick John MITCHELMORE 1930 soldier 809459, Royal Artillery; transferred to RAOC 13 Apr 1944 Royal Artillery attestations
James Frederick MUCHMORE 18 Feb 1929 enlisted in Royal Artillery, Territorial Army, Service No 789775 Royal Artillery attestations
Lionel George MITCHELMORE 1939-1945 received 1939-1945 Defence Medal and Special Constabulary Long Service medal personal correspondent
R J MICHELMORE 18 Nov 1945 Captain 380263, Royal Regiment of Artillery: awarded the Territorial Efficiency Decoration London Gazette 14 Nov 1945
Ralph Godfrey MICHELMORE 23 Jul 1923 Captain, Royal Army Medical Corps, MB: re-appointed with effect from 9 May 1919 London Gazette 7 Aug 1923
Ralph G MICHELMORE 31 Aug 1927 Captain, Royal Army Medical Corps, MB: resigns his commission London Gazette 30 Aug 1927
Robert Nathaniel MITCHELMORE 1937 enlisted in Royal Artillery, No. 876196: extracted to NSRW Royal Artillery attestations
Ronald Wilfred James MITCHELMORE 1938 enlisted in Royal Artillery, No. 1572391: transferred to RE Royal Artillery attestations
Stanley Garnet MITCHELMORE 1924 7251340 Royal Army Medical Corps: awarded General Service Medal with clasp for N W Persia UK Military Campaign medal and Award Rolls 1793-1949
W G MICHELMORE 11 Feb 1925 Major (Battalion Lieutenant-Colonel), 43rd (Wessex) Divl. Sigs., Royal Corps of Signals, DSO, MC: promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel London Gazette 12 Feb 1928
W G MICHELMORE 11 Feb 1929 Lieutenant-Colonel, 43rd (Wessex) Divl. Sigs., Royal Corps of Signals, DSO, MC, TD: appointed Battalion Colonel & Deputy Chief Signal Officer, Southern Command London Gazette 12 Feb 1929
W G MICHELMORE 11 Feb 1933 Lt-Col & Bt Col, Royal Corps of Signals, DSO, MC, TD: retires on completion of tenure of appt as DCSO for TA Duties, S Com. London Gazette 3 Mar 1933
William Godwin MICHELMORE 8 May 1928 Lieutenant-Colonel, 43rd (Wessex) Divisional Signals, Royal Corps of Signals, DSO, MC: awarded Territorial Decoration London Gazette 8 May 1928
WW2 enlistment, appointment and service records
Name Date Information Source
David Oswald MICHELMORE 18 Oct 1940 commissioned as officer in the Royal Artillery; No. 1457905 Royal Artillery attestations
David Oswald MITCHELMORE 19 Oct 1940 Cadet 151984, Royal Regiment of Artillery, granted emergency commission as 2nd Lieutenant London Gazette 12 Nov 1940
Edward Michelmore LOCK 13 Feb 1944 2nd Lieutenant (War Substantive Lieutenant) 237536, Royal Regiment of Artillery: promoted from emergency commission to Lieutenant London Gazette 24 Apr 1945
Ernest MITCHELMORE 1942 soldier 1154653: enlisted in Royal Artillery Royal Artillery attestations
F MICHELMORE 19 Dec 1942 Lieutenant 118639, Royal Army Ordnance Corps: relinquishes his commission on account of ill health London Gazette 15 Dec 1942
Frank MICHELMORE 15 Nov 1940 appointed Lieutenant 118639, Royal Army Ordnance Corps London Gazette 21 Jan 1941
Henry Richard Aubrey MICHELMORE 15 Jul 1944 MB: appointed Lieutenant 325519, Royal Army Medical Corps London Gazette 11 Aug 1944
Jeffery MICHELMORE 28 Dec 1940 Cadet 165643, Devon Regiment: appointed 2nd Lieutenant London Gazette 24 Jan 1941
John Mitchelmore COLLIN 18 May 1940 cadet 132590, Royal Armoured Corps: appointed 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Tank Regiment London Gazette 21 May 1940
Raymond MITCHELMORE 1941 enlisted in Royal Artillery, No. 1799397; transferred to South Staffordshire 5 Jun 1944 Royal Artillery attestations
Sidney MITCHELMORE 1941 enlisted in Royal Artillery, No. 1805109: deserter 21 Jan 1942, extracted to NSRW Royal Artillery attestations
W G MICHELMORE 26 Aug 1939 Colonel, Territorial Army, DSO, MC, TD: promoted to Commander (temp) and granted temporary rank of Brigadeer London Gazette 12 Sep 1939
W G MICHELMORE 26 Aug 1939 Colonel, Devonshire Regiment, DSO, MC, TD: vacates command of the unit London Gazette 6 Oct 1939
W G MICHELMORE 16 Dec 1939 Colonel (temp Brigadeer) 25379, DSO, MC, TD: appointed Honorary Colonel, Royal Corps of Signals London Gazette 12 Dec 1940
W G MICHELMORE 30 Oct 1941 Col. (temp Brig.) 25379, DSO, MC, TD, TA: granted Acting rank of Major-General London Gazette 4 Nov 1941
W G MICHELMORE 5 May 1942 Colonel (Acting Major-General) 25379, DSO, MC, TD, DL: appointed ADC to The King (Add'l.) London Gazette 3 Nov 1942
W G MICHELMORE 3 Nov 1942 Colonel (Acting Major-General) 25379, DSO, MC, TD, ADC: promoted to Temporary Major-General London Gazette 1 May 1942
W G MICHELMORE 11 Apr 1945 Colonel (Temporary Major-General) 25379, DSO, MC, TD, ADC: promoted to Major-General London Gazette 22 Jun 1945
W G MICHELMORE 11 Apr 1945 Colonel (Temporary Major-General) 25379, CB, DSO, MC, TD, ADC: promoted to Major-General [corrects notice of 26 Jun 1945] London Gazette 3 Aug 1945
W G MICHELMORE 26 Dec 1945 Major General 25379, CB, DSO, MC, TD, ADC: ceases to draw pay from Army Funds London Gazette 25 Dec 1945
WW2 fatalities
Name Date Information Source
Alfred John MITCHELMORE 5 Mar 1944 Corporal 5440055, 1st Bn. The Herefordshire Regt., King's Shropshire Light Infantry, aged 26, husband of E A L MITCHELMORE, Tuckingmill, Cornwall Beach Head War Cemetery, Anzio, Italy
Alfred John MITCHELMORE Mar 1944 lance corporal: died of wounds in the Central Mediterranean, aged 26 of 79a Pendarves Street, Tuckingmill, Cornwall, son of Mr & Mrs A MITCHELMORE of 4 New Street, Troon, Cornwall, leaves widow and three children  Western Morning News 20 Mar 1944
Dennis MITCHELMORE 7 Jul 1944 Private 7370827, Royal Army Medical Corps; attd. 1st Bn, Essex Regiment, aged 24, son of Charles Henry and Edith Emily MITCHELMORE, Battersea, London Rangoon Memorial, Myanmar (Burma)
J E MITCHELMORE 2 Feb 1943 Private 5621605, 30th Btn, Devonshire Regiment: accidentally killed British Army Casualty Lists 1939-1945
John MITCHELMORE 1939-1945 named on memorial tablet in Thurlestone Parish Church Devon Heritage Centre
John Mitchelmore COLLIN 15 Jun 1941 2nd lieutenant 132591, Royal Tank Regiment, RAC, aged 21, son of Lita COLLIN ^ St James Wood, London Halfaya Sollum War Cemetery, Egypt
John Edward MITCHELMORE 2 Feb 1943 Private 5621605, 30th Bn., Devonshire Regiment, aged 39, son of Sylvanas and Sarah Jane MITCHELMORE, Thurlestone; husband of Audrey MITCHELMORE, Thurlestone Thurlestone (All Saints) Churchyard, Devon
R W MITCHELMORE 29 Mar 1945 Trooper 6847895, 3rd Reconnaisance Regiment, Royal Armoured Corps: killed in action British Army Casualty Lists 1939-1945
R W MITCHELMORE 29 Mar 1945 Trooper, 3rd Reconnaissance Regiment, 8th Btn Royal Northumberland Fusiliers, aged 25; memorial commissioned by 3rd Reconnaissance Corps Old Comrades Association & dedicated 9 Nov 1997 Book of Remembrance, St Andrew's Church, Market Place, Hexham
Reginald Wallace MITCHELMORE 29 Mar 1945 Trooper 6847895, 3rd (8th Bn. The Royal Northumberland Fusiliers) Regt., Reconnaissance Corps, RAC, aged 25, son of Frederick Wallace MITCHELMORE and Ethel Florence MITCHELMORE, Harlesden, Middlesex Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Germany
William Henry MITCHELMORE 9 Jul 1947 Guardsman 14224834, 4th Bn., Coldstream Guards, aged 23, son of James Henry and Elizabeth Jane MITCHELMORE, Plymouth Plymouth Old Cemetery (Pennycomequick), Devon
Other WW2 records
Name Date Information Source
A H MITCHELMORE 25 Sep 1944 Private 6460413, Army Air Corps, 3rd Parachute Regiment: imprisoned in Stalag 12A, Limburg a.d. Lahn, prisoner of war no. 75317 Army Air Corps records
C H MUCHMORE 15 Feb 1942 Private 5779030, 4th Btn, Royal Norfolk Regiment: taken prisoner of war in Malaya; released 1945 British Army Casualty Lists 1939-1945
Charles MUCHMORE 17 Feb 1942 Private 5779030, 4th Btn, Royal Norfolk Regiment, 18th Division; b 1 Apr 1916, parents Charles & Florence ^ 20 Lind Road, Sutton, Surrey: taken prisoner of war at Singapore, imprisoned in Thailand [Japanese record card] UK National Archives: Prisoners of War 1715-1945
Charles H MUCHMORE 2 Sep 1945 Private 5779450: liberated from Japanese prison in Thailand UK National Archives: Prisoners of War 1715-1945
E MITCHELMORE, Mr 1939 Plymouth Corporation employee, Works Dept., civil defence occupation decontamination, paid £3 per week Plymouth Second World War records
E MITCHELMORE 2 Oct 1944 Private 1154653, 4th Btn, Somerset Light Infantry: wounded in action in Western Europe British Army Casualty Lists 1939-1945
F H MITCHELMORE 1939-1945 Private 90108, Royal Army Service Corps: held prisoner of war at Stalag 344, Lamsdorf RASC record office
G MUCHMORE 1939-1945 Fusilier 6481451, Royal Fusiliers: imprisoned in Stalag 344, Lamsdorf Infantry & Army Physical Training Corps records
P MICHELMORE 17 May 1944 Rifleman 6855873, 10th Btn, Rifle Brigade: wounded in action in North Africa or Italy British Army Casualty Lists 1939-1945
Philip Glyn MICHELMORE 1942 Service No 1601288: enlisted in Royal Artillery; Z/T 7 Sep 1946, REME 1 Oct 1951 Royal Artillery attestations1883-1942
R S MITCHELMORE 10 Mar 1945 Private 5628060, 1st Btn, Devonshire Regiment: wounded in action in Burma British Army Casualty Lists 1939-1945
V MUCHMORE 19 Jan 1944 Corporal 5884877, 1st Btn, Northamptonshire Regiment: wounded in action in Burma British Army Casualty Lists 1939-1945
W/William MITCHELMORE 1939 of 25 Old Laira Road, Plymouth: full time air raid warden, paid £3 per week Plymouth Second World War records
William Godwin MICHELMORE 1 Jan 1945 Colonel (Temporary Major-General) 25379, Royal Corps of Signals, Territorial Army, Aide-de-Camp to The King: appointed Companion of the Most Honorable Order of the Bath (Military Division) London Gazette 29 Dec 1944
All other records
Name Date Information Source
C A MITCHELMORE 14 Jan 1953 2nd Lieutentant 416850, Army Cadet Force, Devon: resigns his commission London Gazette 24 Apr 1953
Charles Arthur MITCHELMORE 22 Apr 1951 416850: promoted to 2nd Lieutenant, Army Cadet Force, Devon London Gazette 1 Jun 1951
G MITCHELMORE 4 Sep 1987 2nd Lieutentant 528597 (on probation): confirmed as Subaltern (2nd Lieutenant) and promoted to Subaltern (Lieutenant), Corps of Royal Engineers, with effect from 13 Apr 1985 London Gazette 27 May 1988
G MITCHELMORE 9 Apr 1991 Lieutenant 528597 , Regular Army Reserve of Officers, Corps of Royal Engineers, transferred from Active List London Gazette 3 May 1991
D O MITCHELMORE 22 Jul 1952 Capt (Hon Maj) 151984, Royal Regiment of Artillery: awarded Efficiency Medal (Territorial) London Gazette 18 Jul 1952
J F G MICHELMORE 26 Sep 1951 Lieutenant 293096, Territorial Army: promoted to Captain London Gazette 11 Jan 1952
J F G MICHELMORE 1 Sep 1956 Captain 293096, Territorial Army, Royal Regiment of Artillery: promoted to Acting Major London Gazette 9 Nov 1956
J F G MICHELMORE 12 Nov 1957 Captain (Acting Major) 293096, Territorial Army, Royal Regiment of Artillery: awarded the Territorial Efficiency Decoration London Gazette 8 Nov 1957
J F G MICHELMORE 15 Feb 1958 Captain (Acting Major) 293096, Territorial Army, Royal Regiment of Artillery: promoted to Major with effect from 7 Oct 1953 London Gazette 11 Feb 1958
J F G MICHELMORE May 1962 Major 293096, Royal Regiment of Artillery, TD: conferred 1st Clasp to his Territorial Efficiency Decoration London Gazette 11 May 1962
J F G MICHELMORE 1 Nov 1963 Major 293096, Territorial Army, Royal Regiment of Artillery: promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel London Gazette 5 Nov 1963
J F G MICHELMORE 31 Mar 1967 Lieutenant-Colonel 293096, Territorial Army, Royal Regiment of Artillery, TD: appointed Battalion Colonel London Gazette 1 Sep 1967
J F G MICHELMORE 1 Apr 1967 Lieutenant-Colonel & Battalion Colonel 293096, Royal Regiment of Artillery, TD: transferred from Territorial Army to Regular Army Reserve of Officers, Class III London Gazette 1 Sep 1967
J F G MICHELMORE 14 Nov 1967 Lieutenant-Colonel & Battalion Colonel 293096, TD, now Regular Army Reserve of Officers, Royal Regiment of Artillery: awarded Army Emergency Reserve Decoration London Gazette 10 Nov 1967
J F G MICHELMORE 1 Apr 1968 Lieutenant-Colonel & Battalion Colonel 293096, TD, transferred from Reserve of Officers, Class III, Royal Artillery, to Colonel, Category III, Territorial and Army Volunteer Reserve London Gazette 26 Jul 1968
J F G MICHELMORE 1 Apr 1969 Colonel 293096, Territorial & Army Volunteers Reserve, TD, late Royal Artillery: promoted from Category III to Category A London Gazette 25 Sep 1970
J F G MICHELMORE 31 Mar 1973 Colonel 293096, Territorial & Army Volunteers Reserve, TD: transferred to Regular Army Reserve of Officers, Class III London Gazette 7 Jun 1976
J F G MICHELMORE 2 Aug 1975 Colonel 293096, Territorial & Army Volunteers Reserve: tenure as Aide-de-Camp to the Queen expires London Gazette 14 Oct 1975
K E MITCHELMORE 1 Oct 1950 private 22327126, Dorset Regiment: bur British military plot 17, Klagenfurt Cemetery RootsChat
R MICHELMORE 6 May 1947 2nd Lieutenant (Acting Lieutenant) 380204, promoted to Lieutenant London Gazette 25 July 1947
R J MICHELMORE 31 May 1962 Captain 380263, Territorial Army, Royal Regiment of Artillery, TD: promoted to Major London Gazette 31 Jul 1962
R J MICHELMORE 7 Jun 1963 Major 380263, Territorial Army Reserve of Officers, Royal Regiment of Artillery, TD: removed from the Active List London Gazette 26 Jul 1963
Roger MICHELMORE 1 May 1947 Temp Lt 380263, Royal Marines: appointed 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, with effect from 10 Dec 1943, and granted the acting rank of Lieutenant London Gazette 25 Jul 1947
W G MICHELMORE 19 Feb 1952 Major-General 25379, CB, DSO, MC, TD, LLB (late Infantry), retired: awarded The Territorial Efficiency Decoration with the 1st, 2nd and 3rd clasps London Gazette 15 Feb 1952
William Godwin MICHELMORE 1914-1950 World War I 1914-1917: major general, Commander 58 Div Signals and 19 Div Signals 1914-1917, wounded at Passchendaele 1917; Commander, 43 (Wessex) Div Signals, Territorial Army 1919-1929; Deputy Chief Signals Officer, Southern Command 1929-1933; Commander, 4 Bn, Devonshire Regt 1936-1939; World War II 1939-1945: Commander Infantry Bde 1939-1941, Commander Infantry Div 1941-1945; Aide-de-camp to the King 1942-1947; Mayor of Exeter 1949-1950 Liddel Hart Centre for Military Archives: Survey of the Papers of Senior UK Defence Personnel, 1900-1975
William Goodwin MICHELMORE 1 Jun 1953 Major-General, CB, DSO, MC, TD, JP, DL: Chairman, Territorial & Auxiliary Forces Association of the Country of Devon London Gazette 26 May 1953

 

 

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