Captain Alfred Shout VC MC - 1st Bn, Australian Imperial Force


KNOWN GRAVES OF HOLDERS OF THE VICTORIA CROSS
IN: TURKEY

Name Cuthbert,
BROMLEY
Alexander Stewart,
BURTON
Charles Hotham Montagu,
DOUGHTY-WYLIE
William,
KENEALLY
Rank T / Major Corporal Lieutenant Colonel Lance Sergeant
Force 1st Bn, Lancashire Fusiliers * 7th Bn, AIF Royal Welch Fusiliers 1st Bn, Lancashire Fusiliers *
VC won 'W' Beach, Gallipoli,
25 April 1915
Lone Pine, Gallipoli,
9 August 1915
Seddul Bahr, Gallipoli,
26 April 1915
'W' Beach, Gallipoli,
25 April 1915
London Gaz 15 March 1917 15 October 1915 23 June 1915 24 August 1915
Born Seaford, East Sussex,
19 September 1878
Kyneton, Victoria, Australia,
20 January 1893
Theburton, Suffolk,
23 July 1868
Wexford, Co Wexford, Ireland,
26 December 1886
Died 13 August 1915,
Troopship "Royal Edward" torpedoed
9 August 1915,
Lone Pine, Gallipoli
26 April 1915,
Seddul Bahr, Gallipoli
29 June 1915,
Gully Ravine, Gallipoli
Grave No known grave
Name on the Helles Memorial, Gallipoli
No known grave
Name on the Lone Pine Memorial, Gallipoli
Near 'V' Beach Cemetery, Seddul Bahr, Gallipoli Lancashire Landing Cemetery, Gallipoli
Location
of VC
Not publicly held Australian War Memorial, Canberra Royal Welch Fusiliers Museum, Caernarfon Lancashire Fusiliers Museum, Bury
Remarks * One of the "six VCs before breakfast" None CB, CMG * Elected by the regiment
One of the "six VCs before breakfast"

TURKEY

Name Paul Aloysius,
KENNA
Sir John Peniston,
MILBANKE
Gerald Robert,
O'SULLIVAN
Alfred John,
SHOUT
Rank Brigadier General Lieutenant Colonel Captain Captain
Force 21st Lancers 10th Hussars 1st Bn, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 1st Bn, AIF
VC won Khartoum, Sudan,
2 September 1898
Colesburg, 2nd Boer War,
5 January 1900
Gully Ravine, Gallipoli,
1 - 2 July 1915
Lone Pine, Gallipoli,
9 August 1915
London Gaz 15 November 1898 6 July 1900 1 September 1915 15 October 1915
Born Liverpool,
16 August 1862
London,
9 October 1872
Frankfield, Co Cork, Ireland,
8 November 1888
Wellington, New Zealand,
8 August 1882
Died 30 August 1915,
Chocolate Hill, Gallipoli *
21 August 1915,
Suvla, Gallipoli *
21 August 1915,
Suvla, Gallipoli
11 August 1915,
Hospital Ship 'Euralia' off Gallipoli *
Grave Lala Baba Cemetery, Gallipoli No known grave
Name on the Helles Memorial, Gallipoli
No known grave
Name on the Helles Memorial, Gallipoli
Buried at sea off Gallipoli
Name on the Lone Pine Memorial, Gallipoli
Location
of VC
Queen's Royal Lancers Museum, Thoresby Park, Nottinghamshire Royal Hussars Museum, Winchester Lord Ashcroft Gallery
Imperial War Museum, London
Australian War Memorial, Canberra
Remarks DSO
* Killed in action during WWI
* Killed in action during WWI None MC
* Died following his VC action.

TURKEY

Name Alfred Victor,
SMITH
Frank Edward,
STUBBS
Arthur Walderne St Clair,
TISDALL
Garth Neville,
WALFORD
Rank Second Lieutenant Sergeant Sub Lieutenant Captain
Force 1 / 5th Bn, East Lancashire Regiment 1st Bn, Lancashire Fusiliers * Anson Bn, Royal Naval Division, RNVR Royal Regiment of Artillery
VC won Helles, Gallipoli,
22 December 1915
'W' Beach, Gallipoli,
25 April 1915
'V' Beach, Gallipoli,
25 April 1915 *
Seddul Bahr, Gallipoli,
26 April 1915
London Gaz 3 March 1916 15 March 1917 31 March 1916 23 June 1915
Born Guildford, Surrey,
22 July 1891
Walworth, London,
12 March 1888
Bombay, India,
21 July 1890
Frimley, Surrey,
27 May 1882
Died 22 December 1915,
Helles, Gallipoli
25 April 1915,
'W' Beach, Gallipoli
6 May 1915,
Krithia, near Kanli Dere
26 April 1915,
Seddul Bahr, Gallipoli
Grave Twelve Tree Copse Cemetery, Gallipoli No known grave
Name on the Helles Memorial, Gallipoli
No known grave
Name on the Helles Memorial, Gallipoli
'V' Beach Cemetery, Gallipoli
Location
of VC
Towneley Hall Museum, Burnley Lancashire Fusiliers Museum, Bury Not publicly held Not publicly held
Remarks None * One of the "six VCs before breakfast" * Gallipoli landings from SS River Clyde None

TURKEY

Name Geoffrey Saxton,
WHITE
William Charles,
WILLIAMS


Rank Lieutenant Commander Able Seaman

Force Royal Navy Royal Navy

VC won Dardanelles, Turkey,
28 January 1918
'V' Beach, Gallipoli,
25 April 1915


London Gaz 24 May 1919 16 August 1915

Born Bromley, Kent,
2 July 1886
Stanton Lacy, Shropshire,
15 September 1880


Died 28 January 1918,
Dardanelles, Turkey *
25 April 1915,
'V' Beach, Gallipoli *


Grave No known grave
Name on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
No known grave
Name on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial


Location
of VC
Not publicly held Lord Ashcroft Gallery
Imperial War Museum, London


Remarks * Killed during his VC action in HM Submarine E.14 * Gallipoli landings from SS River Clyde

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