Source : The Illustrated London News 2nd Jan 1915
TUDWAY, HERVEY ROBERT CHARLES, Lieut., 2nd Battn. Grenadier Guards, eldest s. of Charles Clement Tudway, of The Cedars, Stoberry Park, and Milton Lodge, Wells, Somerset, J.P., D.L., by his 2nd wife, Alice Constance, yst. dau. of Sir Frederick Hutchinson Hervey-Bathurst, 3rd Bart.; b. 17, Lower Berkeley Street, W., 23 Sept. 1888; educ. Evelyns and Eton, where he was in the sixth form and Eton Society; gazetted 2nd Lieut. Grenadier Guards, 1 Feb. 1910, and promoted Lieut. 29 Sept. following; was appointed A.D.C. to Lord Buxton, and sailed for South Africa, 25 July, 1914, but hearing of the outbreak of war on his arrival there, cabled to Lord Buxton, who was in England, for leave; returned immediately and rejoined his regt.; went to the Front; joined the 2nd Battn. at Ypres, 2 Nov. 1914, and died in hospital at Boulogne, 18 Nov. following, of wounds in the head received at the 1st Battle of Ypres on the 9th; unm.
He was buried in the cemetery at Boulogne. A brass tablet was erected to his memory in the North Choir Aisle of Wells Cathedral, the inscription concluding with: “His life for his country, his soul to God.” Lieut. Tudway was a keen sportsman and cricketer, and played for the Brigade, I.Z. and M.C.C. His brother, Lieut. Lionel C. P. Tudway, R.N., D.S.O., was taken prisoner at Kut when in command of H.M.S. Sumara.
Source : De Ruvigny’s Roll Of Honour Vol 1