Presented by the London County Council in memory of the services rendered in
the Great War 1914-18 by Members of the Council's Staff.
The Council on 9th November, 1920, decided, as a mark of its appreciation, to present to each member of the staff who served in the Great War, or to the next-of-kin of those who died on service, a short history of the war so far as the staff were concerned, with brief particulars of their service.
I. Introduction .
II. Western Front, 1914. — Mons and the Retreat, the Marne and the Aisne, Antwerp, La Bassee and Armentieres, Ypres
III. Western Front, 1915. — Neuve Chapelle, Hill 60, Ypres, Aubers Ridge, Festubert, Loos and Hulluch
IV. Western Front, 1916. — The Bluff and St. Eloi, Vimy Ridge, the Somme, and the Ancre
V. Western Front, 1917. — The Ancre and the German retreat. Arras and Vimy Ridge, Messines, Lombartzyde, Ypres, Lens, Cambrai
VI. Western Front, 1918. — The Somme (German offensive), the Lys, the Aisne, the Marne, Amiens, the Somme (Allied offensive). Arras, Havrincourt and Epehy, Cambrai and the Hindenburg line, Flanders, Le Cateau, the Selle and the Sambre, Armistice
VII. The Royal Navy
VIII. The Royal Air Force
X. Egypt and Palestine .
XIII. British Troops in Italy
XIV. British Troops in Russia
XV. British Troops in Africa
XVI. Deaths from Disease .
The Divisions in the British Army on active service during the Great War
were as follows:
Regular. Guards, 1st to the 8th, 27th, 28th, 29th, 1st, 2nd and 3rd Cavalry Divisions.
Service. 9th (Scottish), 10th (Irish), 11th (Northern), 12th (Eastern), 13th (Western), 14th (Light), 15th (Scottish), 16th (Irish), 17th (Northern), 18th (Eastern), 19th (Western), 20th (Light), 21st, 22nd (Western), 23rd (Northern), 24th (Eastern), 25th, 26th (Scottish), 30th, 31st, 32nd, 33rd, 34th, 35th, 36th (Ulster), 37th, 38th (Welsh), 39th, 40th, 41st (Eastern), 63rd (R. Naval).
Territorial. 42nd (E. Lanes), 43rd (Wessex), 46th (N. Midland), 47th (London), 48th (S. Midland), 49th (W. Riding), 50th (Northumbrian), 51st (Highland), 52nd (Lowland), 53rd (Welsh), 54th (E. Anglian), 55th (W. Lancs), 56th (London), 57th (W. Lancs), 58th (London), 59th (N. Midland), 60th (London), 6ist (S. Midland),
62nd (W. Riding), 66th (E. Lancs.), 74th (Yeomanry dismounted), 75th.
In accordance with official practice the Battalions of the London Regiment are referred to throughout by numbers only. Their names were as follows :
1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th (Royal Fusiliers), 5th (London Rifle Brigade), 6th (Rifles), 8th (Post Office Rifles), 9th (Queen Victoria's Rifles), 10th (Hackney), 11th (Finsbury Rifles), 12th (The Rangers), 13th (Princess Louise's Kensington Battalion), 14th (London Scottish), 15th (Prince of Wales's Own, Civil Service Rifles), 16th (Queen's Westminster Rifles), 17th (Poplar and Stepney Rifles), 18th (London Irish Rifles), 19th (St. Pancras), 20th (Blackheath and Woolwich), 21st (First Surrey Rifles), 22nd and 24th (The Queen's), 25th (Cyclist) and 28th (Artists' Rifles).
Department of the Comptroller of the Council Q - & Temporary Staff
Chief Engineer's Department - Central Offices
Chief Engineer's Department - Bridges and Embankments, Tunnels, & Sewerage & Drainage
Chief Engineer's Department - Pumping Stations & Outfall workers & Sludge Vessels
Chief Engineer's Department - Architect's Department (A - C)
Chief Engineer's Department - Architect's Department (D - J)
Chief Engineer's Department - Architect's Department (K - R)
Chief Engineer's Department - Architect's Department (S - W)
London Fire Brigade and Ambulance Service - Administrative Staff & Workshops Staff
London Fire Brigade and Ambulance Service - Uniformed Staff (A - F)
London Fire Brigade and Ambulance Service - Uniformed Staff (G - O)
London Fire Brigade and Ambulance Service - Uniformed Staff (P - Y)
Education Officer's Department - Central
Administrative Staff (A- D) Central Administrative Staff
(E - J) Central Administrative Staff
(K - R) Central Administrative Staff
(S - Y)
Industrial and Special Schools ; Secondary Schools and Training Colleges ; Technical Institute and Schools of Art
School Attendance Officers & Botany Scheme & Stocktakers
Asylums and mental deficiency Department.
The Manor Mental Hospital & Ewell Colony & Asylums Engineer's Department
What I am now attempting to achieve is the coverage of an earlier London
street directory in 1832. This is unique, plus
images of the 1842 Robsons directory which confirm earlier entries and also
carry much more trade detail about a premises or person. Here is the index of streets in 1832, many with
1842 imagery added.
And next is the complete 1940 London street directory - this will take some months to complete, so bear with me!
London pub history directory.
London Street Listings in 1832.
London street listings in 1842
London Street Listings in 1818 - mainly A and B.
London public houses in 1833 Pigots.
Entire London Street Listing in 1843 - by surname.
London public houses in 1856.
London public houses in 1869.
London public houses in 1899
London 1921 Street directory in 1921
London 1940 Street directory 1940
London Pubs in 2018