For future reference: The Book "None Had Lances" includes a full Roll of Honour of the 24th Lancers - including those who died whilst serving with the Regiment and those who died after being transferred elsewhere. The Memorial stone in Tilly sur Seulles commemorates the Regiment but does not include a Roll of names. (Thanks SDP!) Ps. There's a roll of honour here: http://www.tankmuseum.org/museum-online/roll-of-honour ...at the Tank Museum that can be searched by regiment, with the list there for the 24th L. Edit: nb. As this thread developed, for many later posts, I have expanded the use of the term "Roll of Honour" from a list of those 24th Lancers who have died in battle - to a broader reference, to some other details, of those who were at some point in the 24th L. roll of honour ˌrəʊl əv ˈɒnə/ BRITISH a list of people whose deeds or achievements are honoured, or who have died in battle.