These records comprise a transcript s of the complete WWI Campaign Medal Rolls to 53,000 officers of all branches of the Royal Navy. Added are service details for a large number of officers, particularly those killed in action or died of wounds during WWI. In many cases, post-war deaths and WWII deaths are also listed. The medals that the rolls cover are: The 1914 Star, the Clasp to the 1914 Star, the 1914-15 Star, the British War Medal and the Victory Medal.
Please be aware that due to the way we collate, and cross reference our databases, some records will contain more information than that listed above.
Original Source: The Imperial War Museum RND Rolls of Honour. The Red Cross Wounded & Missing Lists 1915-1918. “The Cross of Sacrifice” by S.D. & D.B. Jarvis. “With Full & Grateful Hearts” by the RM Historical Society. The Fleet Air Arm Museum, Yeovilton. The National Archives“R.N.D. Royal Naval Division, Antwerp, Gallipoli & Western Front 1914-1918.” by Len Sellers. “The Globe & Laurel” Royal Marines Journal 1915-18. “Nelson at War 1914-1918” by Capt. Roy Swales RN(rtd.) “The 1914 Star to the Royal Navy & Royal Marines.” by W.H. Fevyer & J.W. Wilson. “The Diaries of Pte. Horace Bruckshaw RMLI.” by Martin Middlebrook. “Britain’s Sea Soldiers, The History of the Royal Marines 1914-19.” by Gen. Sir. H.E. Blumberg CB RM. “The Royal Naval Division.” by Douglas Jerrold. “Command in the Royal Naval Division.” by Capt. Christopher Page RN. “The Hood Battalion.” by Len Sellers. “Gallipoli as I saw it.” by Joseph Murray. “Call to Arms, from Gallipoli to the Western Front.” by Joseph Murray. Plus a countless number of private letters & diaries of RND servicemen.