George Bemand joined the University of London Officers Training Corps in October 1914 and (in May 1915) applied for a commission in the 30th (County Palatine) Divisional Artillery.
In May 1915 Bemand became a Second Lieutenant in the Royal Field Artillery. He went to the Western Front in August 1916. In October 1916, he transferred to “Y” 5 Trench Mortar Battery, attached to 5th Division. On Boxing Day 1916, he was killed by a shell.
Leslie Bemand served in the Artillery. Died of his wounds in Belgium 1917