Many other people served with, came in contact with or played some role in the lives of these four men during their time of service. This incomplete list covers just some of them.

2/Lt. Alfred Edward Downing:

  1. Pte. Henry Kent (29453), 9th Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
  2. Pte. George Cooper (32569), 9th Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
  3. Col. Alexander Milne-Thomson, RAMC. ADMS, 50th Division.
  4. Nurse Louisa Constance Colt-Williams, French Red Cross.
  5. Capt. R.J.P. Hewetson, 9th Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.

Pte. Arthur Slater:

  1. Sgt. Thomas William Chisholm (263049), 5th Northumberland Fusiliers.
  2. Pte. Syd Caine (2680), 1/9th Manchesters.
  3. Pte.  Percy Wheldon (307460), 1st Sherwood Foresters.
  4. Capt. William Weston DCM, MC and Bar, 1st Sherwood Foresters.

Pte. Leonard John Monks:

  1. Pte. Thomas Knight (68069), RAMC.
  2. Pte.  Albert Hooley (67017), RAMC.
  3. Pte. Ernie Leppard (46937), RAMC.

Officers of the 1/9th Manchester Regiment:

The following Officers served with the Battalion in Egypt prior and up to the landing at Gallipoli on May 9, 1915. Major RICHARD BOTTOMLEY NOWELL and Lt. JOHN BROADBENT landed the following day with the transport section, and 2/Lt. John Matley Robson remained in Egypt as Officer in Charge of the Base at Alexandria.

  1. Lt. Col. Doctor Herbert Wade.
  2. Major Michael Henry Connery.
  3. Major Richard Bottomley Nowell.
  4. Capt. John Alfred Dearden.
  5. Major Thomas Egbert Howorth.
  6. Capt. Harold Sugden.
  7. Capt. Frank Hamer.
  8. Capt. Thomas Albert Platt.
  9. Capt. Frank Woodhouse.
  10. Capt. George Harold O’Kell.
  11. Capt. Frederick William Kershaw.
  12. Capt. Eric Richardson.
  13. Lt. Frederick Arthur Makin.
  14. Lt. George William Handforth.
  15. Lt. Henry Chorlton Shaw.
  16. Lt. Robert Gartside Wood.
  17. Lt. William Thomas Forshaw.
  18. Lt. Thomas Grimshaw Hyde.
  19. Lt. James Alfred Parker.
  20. Lt. William Hampson Lillie.
  21. Lt. Oliver Jepson Sutton.
  22. 2/Lt. Hugh George Shatwell.
  23. 2/Lt. John Mayall Wade.
  24. 2/Lt. Phillip Sidney Marsden.
  25. 2/Lt. Harold Edward Butterworth.
  26. 2/Lt. Charles Earsham Cooke.
  27. 2/Lt. Albert Edward Stringer.
  28. 2/Lt. John Broadbent.
  29. 2/Lt. Fred Jones.
  30. 2/Lt. Allan Harrison Hudson.
  31. 2/Lt. John Matley Robson.
  32. 2/Lt. Arthur William Field Connery.
  33. 2/Lt. Walter James Ablitt.

The following Officers joined the 1/9th Manchesters while they were at Gallipoli:

  1. Capt. Richard Percy Lewis
  2. 2/Lt. Edward Balmford
  3. Lt. Arthur Claude Vyvyan-Robinson
  4. Lt. Samuel Porter
  5. Lt. John Knowles
  6. 2/Lt. Harry Yorston Dixon
  7. Lt. Douglas Buchanan Stephenson
  8. 2/Lt. William Marsden Barratt
  9. 2/Lt. Sydney William Ruttenau
  10. 2/Lt. Harold Ingham
  11. 2/Lt. William Gilbert Greenwood
  12. 2/Lt. Percy Aspden Woodhouse
  13. 2/Lt. Harold Harrison Knight
  14. 2/Lt. Percy Ainsworth
  15. Hon. Lt. Joseph Michael Connery
  16. 2/Lt. George Robert Bernard
  17. 2/Lt. George Frederick Barker
  18. 2/Lt. Arthur James Southcott
  19. 2/Lt. Laird Kirwan
  20. 2/Lt. George Greene Kelly
  21. 2/Lt. Thomas Ainsworth
  22. 2/Lt. Beltram Ford Robinson
  23. 2/Lt. William Henry Demel
  24. 2/Lt. William Neville Broadbent Bury
  25. 2/Lt. Sydney Naylor
  26. 2/Lt. Irvine Dearnaley
  27. 2/Lt. Benard Harold Brister
  28. 2/Lt. Oscar Stockton Needham
  29. 2/Lt. Percy Parker Fielding
  30. 2/Lt. Francis Cyril Hampson
  31. 2/Lt. Frederick Beard
  32. 2/Lt. Robert Jacomb Norris Dale
  33. 2/Lt. John Reginald Tommis
  34. 2/Lt. Alfred Gray
  35. Lt. Bertie Freedman
  36. 2/Lt. Edmund Nall Smith
  37. Capt. Fred Hardman
  38. 2/Lt. Geoffrey George Hargreaves Bolton
  39. 2/Lt. Francis Stanley Helm
  40. Lt. Charles Henry Nash
  41. Major Thomas Frankish
  42. Lt. E L Wolffe