Men listed on the Memorial
William Leslie DAVIDSON, C.B.
[Known as Leslie] Colonel, 4th General base Depot, Royal Horse Artillery. Died 3rd August 1915. Aged 65. Born 31 January 1850 at Inchmarlo, Kincardinshire, Scotalnd. Son of Patrick Davidson and of Mary Ann Leslie, his wife, of Inchmarlo, Kincardineshire; husband of Lady Theodora Davidson. Served in the Zulu War, 1879 (Mentioned in Despatches); Afghan War, 1880; and South African War, 1899 (Mentioned in Despatches). Was a Gentleman-Usher to H.M. The King, and J.P. for County Kincardine. Buried in ST. SEVER CEMETERY, ROUEN, Seine-Maritime, France. Officers section, Plot A. Row 1. Grave 3.
Herbert LYON, C.B
Commodore - Admiral (Retired), Royal Navy. Died 15th March 1919. Companion of the Order of Bath (C.B.). 3rd Class Order of Merit (Spain); 2nd and 3rd Class Orders of the Nichau-Imtiaz (Turkey); Collar Order of Commander of the Order of Redeemer (Greece). Son of A. W. Lyon, J.P., of Abbotsclownholme, Rocester, Stafford; husband of Frances Violet Lyon (nee Inglis), of Stoke Cottage, Stoke, Devonport. Educated at Windlesham House, Brighton and the Rev. H. Burney's, Royal Academy, Gosport. Served in Charybdis in the Lingi and Lukut River Expeditions, Straits of Malacca and Perak; in Zulu War; as Captain of Retribution, at the blockade of Venezuela, and as Commodore at Hong Kong. Returned to active service afloat during the Great War as Captain, R.N.R., H.M. Yacht Safa el Bahr, on Patrol duty in the Mediterranean and later as Commodore, R.N.R., of Patrols at Malta. His son, Lieut. Comdr. H. I. N. Lyon, R.N., also fell in the Great War.