The London Regiment

Battalions of the Territorial Force

The London Regiment was unusual. Not only were all of its battalions of the Territorial Force (although the first four were affiliated to the other City of London regiment, the all-regular Royal Fusiliers) but each battalion was regarded as a Corps in its own right.

1/1st (City of London) Battalion (Royal Fusiliers)
August 1914 : at Handel Street in Bloomsbury. Part of 1st London Brigade, 1st London Division. Moved on mobilisation to guarding the London-Newhaven railway.
4 September 1914 : sailed with Brigade from Southampton to Malta, arriving Valetta 14 September.
11 February 1915 : left Malta, arrived at Avonmouth on 21 February.
11 March 1915 : landed at Le Havre and joined the 25th Brigade in 8th Division.
8 February 1916 : transferred to 167th Brigade in 56th (London) Division.
6 February 1918 : absorbed the disbanded 2/1st Bn and renamed 1st Bn.

1/2nd (City of London) Battalion (Royal Fusiliers)
August 1914 : at Tufton Street in Westminster. Part of 1st London Brigade, 1st London Division. Moved on mobilisation to guarding the Amesbury-Southampton docks railway.
4 September 1914 : sailed with Brigade from Southampton to Malta, arriving Valetta 14 September.
2 January 1915 : left Malta, arrived at Marseilles on 6 January.
21 February 1915 : joined the 17th Brigade in 6th Division.
14 October 1915 : transferred with the Brigade to 24th Division.
9 February 1916 : transferred to 169th Brigade in 56th (London) Division.

1/3rd (City of London) Battalion (Royal Fusiliers)
August 1914 : at Edward Street in Hampstead Road. Part of 1st London Brigade, 1st London Division. Moved on mobilisation to guarding the Basingstoke-Eastleigh railway.
4 September 1914 : sailed with Brigade from Southampton to Malta, arriving Valetta 14 September.
2 January 1915 : left Malta, arrived at Marseilles on 6 January.
10 February 1915 : joined the Gharwal Brigade in 7th (Meerut) Division.
17 February 1915 : transferred to Dehra Dun Brigade in same Division.
4 November 1915 : transferred to 139th Brigade in 46th (North Midland) Division.
16 November 1915 : transferred to 142nd Brigade in 47th (2nd London) Division.
9 February 1916 : transferred to 167th Brigade in 56th (London) Division.
3 January 1918 : transferred to 173rd Brigade in 58th (2/1st London) Division, absorbed the disbanded 2/3rd Bn and renamed 3rd Bn.

1/4th (City of London) Battalion (Royal Fusiliers)
August 1914 : at Shaftesbury Street in City Road. Part of 1st London Brigade, 1st London Division. Moved on mobilisation to guarding the Basingstoke-Waterloo railway.
4 September 1914 : sailed with Brigade from Southampton to Malta, arriving Valetta 14 September.
2 January 1915 : left Malta, arrived at Marseilles on 6 January.
10 February 1915 : joined the Ferozepore Brigade in 3rd (Lahore) Division.
11 November 1915 : transferred to 137th Brigade in 46th (North Midland) Division.
15 November 1915 : transferred to 140th Brigade in 47th (2nd London) Division.
9 February 1916 : transferred to 168th Brigade in 56th (London) Division.

1/5th (City of London) Battalion (London Rifle Brigade)
August 1914 : at 130 Bunhill Row. Part of 2nd London Brigade, 1st London Division. Moved on mobilisation to Bisley, going on in September to Crowborough.
5 November 1914 : left the Division and landed at Le Havre.
17 November 1914 : came under command of 11th Brigade in 4th Division.
19 May 1915 : transferred to GHQ Troops and formed a composite unit with 1/12th and 1/13th Bns. Resumed identity 11 August.
25 October 1915 : transferred to 8th Brigade in 3rd Division.
10 February 1916 : transferred to 169th Brigade in 56th (London) Division.

1/6th (City of London) Battalion (Rifles)
August 1914 : at Farringdon Road. Part of 2nd London Brigade, 1st London Division. Moved on mobilisation to Bisley, going on in September to Crowborough.
5 November 1914 : moved to Watford and transferred to 4th London Brigade in 2nd London Division.
18 March 1915 : landed at Le Havre.
11 May 1915 : formation renamed 140th Brigade in 47th (2nd London) Division.
31 January 1918 : transferred to 174th Brigade in 58th (2/1st London) Division, absorbed the disbanded 2/6th Bn and renamed 6th Bn.

1/7th (City of London) Battalion
August 1914 : at Finsbury Square. Record same as 1/6th Bn.
2 February 1918 : transferred to 174th Brigade in 58th (2/1st London) Division, absorbed the disbanded 2/7th Bn and renamed 7th Bn.

1/8th (City of London) Battalion (Post Office Rifles)
August 1914 : at 130 Bunhill Row. Record same as 1/6th Bn.
2 February 1918 : transferred to 174th Brigade in 58th (2/1st London) Division, absorbed the disbanded 2/8th Bn and renamed 8th Bn.

1/9th (County of London) Battalion (Queen Victoria's Rifles)
August 1914 : at 56 Davies Street. Part of 3rd London Brigade, 1st London Division. Moved on mobilisation to Bullswater, going on in September to Crowborough.
5 November 1914 : left Division and landed at Le Havre.
27 November 1914 : came under command of 13th Brigade in 5th Division.
10 February 1916 : transferred to 169th Brigade in 56th (London) Division.
1 February 1918 : transferred to 175th Brigade in 58th (2/1st London) Division, absorbed the disbanded 2/9th Bn and renamed 9th Bn.

1/10th (County of London) Battalion (Hackney)
August 1914 : at The Grove in Hackney. Part of 3rd London Brigade, 1st London Division. Moved on mobilisation to Bullswater, going on in September to Crowborough.
April 1915 : moved to Norwich and transferred to the East Midland Brigade in East Anglian Division.
7 May 1915 : formation renamed 162nd Brigade in 54th (East Anglian) Division. Moved to St Albans.
Late July 1915 : sailed from Plymouth for Gallipoli, going via Mudros. Landed at Suvla Bay 11 August 1915.
December 1915 : evacuated from Gallipoli and moved to Egypt.

1/11th (County of London) Battalion (Finsbury Rifles)
August 1914 : at 17 Penton Street in Pentonville. Record same as 1/10th Bn except that the battalion sailed from Liverpool on 29 July 1915.

1/12th (County of London) Battalion (The Rangers)
August 1914 : at 14 Chenies Street. Part of 3rd London Brigade, 1st London Division. Moved on mobilisation to Bullswater, going on in September to Crowborough. In October, guarded the Waterloo-North Camp (Aldershot) railway and in December went to Roehampton.
25 December 1914 : left the Division and landed at Le Havre.
8 February 1915 : came under command of 84th Brigade in 28th Division.
20 May 1915 : transferred to GHQ Troops and formed a composite unit with 1/5th and 1/13th Bns. Resumed identity 11 August.
12 February 1916 : transferred to 168th Brigade in 56th (London) Division.
31 January 1918 : transferred to 175th Brigade in 58th (2/1st London) Division, absorbed the disbanded 2/12th Bn and renamed 12th Bn.

1/13th (County of London) Battalion (Kensington)
August 1914 : at Iverna Gardens. Under command of 4th London Brigade, 2nd London Division. Army Order 408 of 1914 defined the title of this unit as the 13th (County of London) Princess Louise's Kensington Battalion of the London Regiment.
Moved on mobilisation to Abbotts Langley.
4 November 1914 : left the Division and landed at Le Havre.
13 November 1914 : came under command of 25th Brigade in 8th Division.
20 May 1915 : transferred to GHQ Troops and formed a composite unit with 1/5th and 1/12th Bns. Resumed identity 11 August.
11 February 1916 : transferred to 168th Brigade in 56th (London) Division.

1/14th (County of London) Battalion (London Scottish)
August 1914 : at 59 Buckingham Gate. Part of 4th London Brigade, 2nd London Division. Moved on mobilisation to Abbotts Langley.
16 September 1914 : left the Division and landed at Le Havre. Was engaged at Messines on 31 October 1914 under command of Cavalry Corps.
7 November 1914 : came under command of 1st Brigade in 1st Division.
8 February 1916 : transferred to 168th Brigade in 56th (London) Division.

1/15th (County of London) Battalion (Prince of Wales's Own Civil Service Rifles)
August 1914 : at Somerset House. Part of 4th London Brigade, 2nd London Division. Moved on mobilisation to Bedmond, and then in November to billets at Watford.
18 March 1915 : landed at Le Havre.
11 May 1915 : formation became 140th Brigade in 47th (2nd London) Division.

1/16th (County of London) Battalion (Queen's Westminster Rifles)
August 1914 : at 58 Buckingham Gate. Part of 4th London Brigade, 2nd London Division. Moved on mobilisation to Hemel Hempstead area.
3 November 1914 : left the Division and landed at Le Havre.
12 November 1914 : came under command of 18th Brigade in 6th Division.
10 February 1916 : transferred to 169th Brigade in 56th (London) Division.

1/17th (County of London) Battalion (Poplar and Stepney Rifles)
August 1914 : at 66 Tredegar Road, Bow. Part of 5th London Brigade, 2nd London Division. Moved on mobilisation to St Albans.
10 March 1915 : landed at Le Havre.
11 May 1915 : formation became 141st Brigade in 47th (2nd London) Division.
1 February 1918 : transferred to 140th Brigade in same Division.

1/18th (County of London) Battalion (London Irish Rifles)
August 1914 : at Duke of York's Headquarters, Chelsea. Part of 5th London Brigade, 2nd London Division. Moved on mobilisation to St Albans area.
10 March 1915 : landed at Le Havre.
11 May 1915 : formation became 141st Brigade in 47th (2nd London) Division.

1/19th (County of London) Battalion (St Pancras)
August 1914 : at 76 High Street, Camden Town. Record same as 1/18th Bn.

1/20th (County of London) Battalion (Blackheath and Woolwich)
August 1914 : at Holly Hedge House, Blackheath. Record same as 1/18th Bn.

1/21st (County of London) Battalion (First Surrey Rifles)
August 1914 : at 4 Flodden Road, Camberwell. Part of 6th London Brigade, 2nd London Division. Moved on mobilisation to St Albans area.
16 March 1915 : landed at Le Havre.
11 May 1915 : formation became 142nd Brigade in 47th (2nd London) Division.
1 February 1918 : transferred to 140th Brigade in same Division.

1/22nd (County of London) Battalion (The Queen's)
August 1914 : at 2 Jamaica Road, Bermondsey. Part of 6th London Brigade, 2nd London Division. Moved on mobilisation to St Albans area.
16 March 1915 : landed at Le Havre.
11 May 1915 : formation became 142nd Brigade in 47th (2nd London) Division.

1/23rd (County of London) Battalion
August 1914 : at 27 St Johns Hill, Clapham Junction. Record same as 1/22nd Bn.

1/24th (County of London) Battalion (The Queen's)
August 1914 : at 71 New Street, Kennington Park Road. Record same as 1/22nd Bn.

1/25th (County of London) Cyclist Battalion
August 1914 : at Fulham House, Putney Bridge. Moved on mobilisation to Kent and Sussex coast, going later in the month to the Suffolk coast.
2 December 1915 : moved to Chisledon, joined with three other Cyclist Bns and reorganised as infantry. This 'Brigade' was originally intended for East Africa.
3 February 1916 : sailed from Devonport for India, arriving Bombay 25 February.
In October 1918, moved to Vladivostock and on into Siberia, where it stayed until November 1919 thence returning to England.

26th and 27th Battalions
These numbers were allocated to the Honourable Artillery Company and the Inns of Court when the TF was formed in 1908. However these regiments complained that in the light of their very long history and tradition they should have been allocated lower numbers. They were allowed to retain their traditional titles (and appear as such on the Long, Long Trail).

1/28th (County of London) Battalion (Artist's Rifles)
August 1914 : at Dukes Road, Euston Road. Army Troops attached to 2nd London Division. Moved on mobilisation to St Albans area.
28 October 1914 : left Division and moved to France. Established as an Officers Training Corps based at Bailleul, going in April 1915 to St Omer.
28 June 1917 : transferred to 190th Brigade in 63rd (Royal Naval) Division.

2/1st (City of London) Battalion (Royal Fusiliers)
Formed in London in September 1914. By December 1914, had moved to Kent and placed under orders of 2/1st London Brigade in 2/1st London Division.
February 1915 : left the Division and relieved the 1/1st Bn in Malta.
27 August 1915 : moved to Egypt, before landing on 25 September 1915 at Suvla Bay, Gallipoli, joining the 88th Brigade in 29th Division.
January 1916 : evacuated from Gallipoli and moved to Egypt, joining the 53rd (Welsh) Division.
April 1916 : moved independently to France.
June 1916 : disbanded at Rouen, after which 3/1st Bn was renamed 2/1st Bn.

2/2nd (City of London) Battalion (Royal Fusiliers)
Formed in London in September 1914. By December 1914, had moved to Epsom Downs and Tonbridge and placed under orders of 2/1st London Brigade in 2/1st London Division.
31 December 1914 : left the Division and relieved the 1/2nd Bn in Malta.
27 August 1915 : moved to Egypt, before landing on 13 October 1915 at Cape Helles, Gallipoli, joining the 2nd Brigade in the Royal Naval Division.
January 1916 : evacuated from Gallipoli and moved to Egypt, joining the 53rd (Welsh) Division.
April 1916 : moved independently to France.
June 1916 : disbanded at Rouen, after which 3/2nd Bn was renamed 2/2nd Bn.

2/3rd (City of London) Battalion (Royal Fusiliers)
Formed in London in September 1914. By December 1914, had moved to Epsom Downs and Tonbridge and placed under orders of 2/1st London Brigade in 2/1st London Division.
31 December 1914 : left the Division and relieved the 1/3rd Bn in Malta.
27 August 1915 : moved to Egypt, before landing on 13 October 1915 at Cape Helles, Gallipoli, joining the 86th Brigade in 29th Division.
January 1916 : evacuated from Gallipoli and moved to Egypt, joining the 53rd (Welsh) Division.
April 1916 : moved independently to France.
June 1916 : disbanded at Rouen, after which 3/3rd Bn was renamed 2/3rd Bn.

2/4th (City of London) Battalion (Royal Fusiliers)
Formed in London in September 1914. By December 1914, had moved to Maidstone and placed under orders of 2/1st London Brigade in 2/1st London Division.
31 December 1914 : left the Division and relieved the 1/4th Bn in Malta.
25 August 1915 : moved to Egypt, before landing on 15 October 1915 at Cape Helles, Gallipoli, joining the 1st Brigade in the Royal Naval Division.
January 1916 : evacuated from Gallipoli and moved to Egypt, joining the 53rd (Welsh) Division.
April 1916 : moved independently to France.
June 1916 : disbanded at Rouen, after which 3/4th Bn was renamed 2/4th Bn.

2/5th (City of London) Battalion (London Rifle Brigade)
Formed in London in September 1914. By December 1914, had moved to Haywards Heath and placed under orders of 2/1st London Brigade in 2/1st London Division.
Moved to Norwich in May 1915 and formation retitled as 174th Brigade in 58th (2/1st London) Division. Moved on to Ipswich next month and then to Sutton Veny in July 1916.
April 1916 : moved independently to France.
25 January 1917 : landed at Le Havre.
6 February 1918 : disbanded at Moreuil.

2/6th (City of London) Battalion (Rifles)
Formed in London in August 1914. Moved in October to Walton-on-Thames, then Burgess Hill in November where placed under orders of 2/1st London Brigade in 2/1st London Division.
Moved to Norwich in May 1915 and formation retitled as 174th Brigade in 58th (2/1st London) Division. Moved on to Ipswich next month, then Stowmarket and Sudbury and then to Sutton Veny in July 1916.
25 January 1917 : landed at Le Havre.
31 January 1918 : absorbed by 1/6th Bn.

2/7th (City of London) Battalion
Formed in London in September 1914. Moved in November to Burgess Hill. Record same as 2/6th Bn.
6 February 1918 : absorbed by 1/7th Bn at Domart.

2/8th (City of London) Battalion (Post Office Rifles)
Formed in London in September 1914. Moved in November to Cuckfield. Record same as 2/6th Bn.
6 February 1918 : absorbed by 1/8th Bn.

2/9th (County of London) Battalion (Queen Victoria's Rifles)
Formed in London in August 1914. Moved in November to Crowborough where placed under orders of 2/2nd London Brigade in 2/1st London Division.
Moved to Ipswich in June 1915 and formation retitled as 175th Brigade in 58th (2/1st London) Division. Moved on to Bromeswell Heath in May 1916 and then to Longbridge Deverell in July.
4 February 1917 : landed at Le Havre.
6 February 1918 : absorbed by 1/9th Bn.

2/10th (County of London) Battalion (Hackney)
Formed in London in September 1914. Record same as 2/9th Bn but was not disbanded.

2/11th (County of London) Battalion (Finsbury Rifles)
Formed in London in September 1914. Record same as 2/9th Bn.

2/12th (County of London) Battalion (The Rangers)
Formed in London in September 1914. Record same as 2/9th Bn.
6 February 1918 : absorbed by 1/12th Bn.

2/13th (County of London) Battalion (Kensington)
Formed in London in August 1914. By November 1914, in 2/4th London Brigade in 2/2nd London Division at White City. This formation was later retitled as 179th Brigade in 60th (2/2nd London) Division.
October 1914 : battalion name changed to 2/13th (County of London) Princess Louise's Kensington Battalion. Moved to Maidstone in January 1915. Went on to Watford (April 1915), Saffron Walden (June 1915), Sutton Veny (January 1916).
28 April 1916 ; landed at Cork for security duties following Irish rebellion. Moved to Ballincollig and Macroom.
14 May 1916 : sailed from Rosslare to Fishguard and returned to Sutton Veny.
22 June 1916 : landed at Le Havre.
November 1916 : moved to Salonika.
2 July 1917 : moved to Egypt, arriving Alexandria 5 July.

2/14th (County of London) Battalion (London Scottish)
Formed in London in September 1914. record similar to 2/13th Bn.
30 May 1918 : left Division and moved to France, arriving at Audruicq by 22 June.
2 July 1918 : transferred to 90th Brigade in 30th Division.

2/15th (County of London) Battalion (Prince of Wales's Own Civil Service Rifles)
Formed at Somerset House in September 1914. Record similar to 2/14th Bn.

2/16th (County of London) Battalion (Queen's Westminster Rifles)
Formed in London in September 1914. Record similar to 2/14th Bn.

2/17th (County of London) Battalion (Poplar and Stepney Rifles)
Formed in London in August 1914. By January 1915, in 2/5th London Brigade in 2/2nd London Division at Reigate. This formation was later retitled as 180th Brigade in 60th (2/2nd London) Division.
Moved to St Albans in March 1915. Went on to Bishops Stortford (May 1915) and Sutton Veny (January 1916).
23 June 1916 : landed at Le Havre.
November 1916 : moved to Salonika.
2 July 1917 : moved to Egypt, arriving Alexandria 5 July.
27 May 1918 : left Division and moved to France, arriving at Audruicq by 30 June and transferred to 89th Brigade in 30th Division.

2/18th (County of London) Battalion (London Irish Rifles)
Formed in London in August 1914. Record same as 2/17th Bn except remained in Division after May 1918.
7 July 1918 : disbanded in Palestine, troops going to 1st Royal Irish Regiment, 2nd Royal Irish Fusiliers and 1st Leinster Regiment in 10th (Irish) Division.

2/19th (County of London) Battalion (St Pancras)
Formed in London in September 1914. By January 1915, in 2/5th London Brigade in 2/2nd London Division at Reigate. This formation was later retitled as 180th Brigade in 60th (2/2nd London) Division.
Moved to St Albans in March 1915. Went on to Coggeshall (May 1915), Hatfield Broad Oak (July), Saffron Walden (October), Hertford (December) and Sutton Veny (January 1916).
24 June 1916 : landed at Le Havre.
25 November 1916 : moved to Salonika.
10 June 1917 : moved to Egypt, arriving Alexandria 12 June.

2/20th (County of London) Battalion (Blackheath and Woolwich)
Formed in London on 3 September 1914. Record same as 2/19th Bn until May 1918.
May 1918 : left Division and moved to France, going via Taranto (30 June) and transferred on 17 July 1918 to 198th Brigade in 66th (2nd East Lancashire) Division.
9 August 1918 : transferred to 185th Brigade in 62nd (2nd West Riding) Division.

2/21st (County of London) Battalion (First Surrey Rifles)
Formed in Camberwell in August 1914. By January 1915, in 2/6th London Brigade in 2/2nd London Division at Redhill. This formation was later retitled as 181st Brigade in 60th (2/2nd London) Division.
Moved to St Albans in March 1915. Went on to Braintree (May 1915) and Sutton Veny (January 1916).
June 1916 : landed at Le Havre.
November 1916 : moved to Salonika.
2 July 1917 : moved to Egypt.
3 June 1918 : disbanded in Palestine, troops going to 2/13th, 2/19th and 2/22nd Bns.

2/22nd (County of London) Battalion (The Queen's)
Formed in Bermondsey in August 1914. Record same as 2/21st Bn until May 1918 but was not disbanded.

2/23rd (County of London) Battalion
Formed at Clapham Junction in August 1914. Record similar to 2/21st Bn until May 1918.
26 May 1918 : left Division and moved to France, arriving at Arques by 8 July and transferred to 21st Brigade in 30th Division.

2/24th (County of London) Battalion (The Queen's)
Formed in Lambeth in August 1914. Record similar to 2/21st Bn until May 1918.
May 1918 : left Division and moved to France, going via Taranto (30 June) and transferred on 15 July 1918 to 198th Brigade in 66th (2nd East Lancashire) Division.
11 September 1918 : transferred to 173rd Brigade in 58th (2/1st London) Division.

2/25th (County of London) Cyclist Battalion
Formed at Fulham on 31 August 1914 and moved in November to the Sussex coast.
Moved in April 1915 to Norfolk, April 1916 to Bungay, October to Halesworth, summer 1917 to Saxmundham. Then to Peasenhall for winter, returned to Saxmundham in March 1918, then to Wickham Market in August 1918 and finally by November at Rendlesham.

2/28th (County of London) Battalion (Artist's Rifles)
Formed in London in August 1914. Moved to Richmond Park and went on in July 1915 to Epping Forest. Absorbed into 1/28th Bn in November 1915. 3/28th Bn was now renamed 2/28th Bn.

3/1st Battalion
Formed in January 1915. By April 1915, in 3/1st London Brigade at Tadworth.
May 1915 : moved to Bury St Edmunds and transferred to 173rd Brigade in 58th (2/1st London) Division.
June 1916 : became 2/1st Bn, when original was disbanded. Moved to Sutton Veny in July.
January 1917 : landed at Le Havre.
6 February 1918 : disbanded in France, troops going to 1/4th, 2/2nd, 2/3rd and 2/4th Bns.

3/2nd Battalion
Formed at Epsom in December 1914. By April 1915, in 3/1st London Brigade at Tadworth.
May 1915 : moved to Bury St Edmunds and transferred to 173rd Brigade in 58th (2/1st London) Division.
June 1916 : became 2/2nd Bn, when original was disbanded. Moved to Ipswich in June and Sutton Veny in July.
22 January 1917 : landed at Le Havre.

3/3rd Battalion
Formed in January 1915. Record same as 3/2nd Bn.
6 February 1918 : absorbed by 1/3rd Bn.

3/4th Battalion
Formed in Hoxton in January 1915. Record similar to 3/2nd Bn.
24 January 1917 : landed at Le Havre.
12 September 1918 : disbanded in France, troops going to 2/2nd Bn.

3/5th Battalion
Formed at Bunhill Row on 26 November 1914. By April 1915, at Tadworth. Moved in October to billets at Sutton, then to Fovant in January 1916.
8 April 1916 : became 5th Reserve Bn. Moved to Exeter in November 1916, then Dawlish in December. Moved to Blackdown in April 1917, where it then remained.

3/6th, 3/7th and 3/8th Battalions
Formed in early 1915. By April 1915, at Tadworth. Moved in October to billets at Surbiton / Orpington / Blackheath respectively, then to Fovant in January 1916.
8 April 1916 : became 6th, 7th and 8th Reserve Bns. Moved to Newton Abbott / Dartmouth / Paignton in autumn 1916, then Dawlish in December. Moved to Blackdown in April 1917, where they then remained.

3/9th, 3/11th and 3/12th Battalions
Formed in early 1915. By April 1915, at Tadworth. Moved in October to billets at Richmond / Sutton / East Sheen respectively, then to Fovant in January 1916.
8 April 1916 : became 9th, 11th and 12th Reserve Bns.
1 September 1916 : 9th Bn absorbed 11th and 12th Bns.
Moved to Exeter in autumn 1916, then to Deepcut in April 1917, where it then remained.

3/10th Battalion
Formed in April 1915 and moved to Tadworth. Moved in October to billets at Sutton, then to Fovant in January 1916.
8 April 1916 : became 10th Reserve Bn.
1 September 1916 : absorbed 25th Reserve Cyclist Bn. Moved to Teignmouth in autumn 1916, then Dawlish in December. Moved to Frith Hill in April 1917, where they then remained.

3/13th Battalion
Formed in December 1914 and moved to Richmond Park. Went in autumn 1915 to Reigate, January 1916 to Winchester.
8 April 1916 : became 13th Reserve Bn. Moved to Richmond Park again in July 1917, and was at Wimbledon and Orpington in 1918.

3/14th Battalion
Formed in November 1914 and moved to Richmond Park. Went in 1915 to East Sheen, January 1916 to Winchester.
8 April 1916 : became 13th Reserve Bn. Moved to Chisledon, Flixton and Wisbech in 1918.

3/15th, 3/16th and 3/17th Battalions
Formed in early 1915 and moved to Richmond Park. Went in January 1916 to Winchester.
8 April 1916 : became 15th, 16th and 17th Reserve Bn. Moved to Wimbledon in December 1917 and 17th went on to Orpington in 1918.

3/18th Battalion
Formed in May 1915 and moved to Richmond Park. Went in January 1916 to Winchester.
8 April 1916 : became 18th Reserve Bn. Moved to Chisledon in November 1917, Flixton and Heacham in 1918.

3/19th and 3/20th Battalions
Formed in March 1915 and moved to Richmond Park. Went in January 1916 to Winchester.
8 April 1916 : became 19th and 20th Reserve Bns. Moved to Chisledon in November 1917; 19th went to Blackdown and 20th to Flixton and March in 1918.

3/21st and 3/23rd Battalions
Formed in March 1915 and moved to Tadworth. Went in January 1916 to Winchester.
8 April 1916 : became 21st and 23rd Reserve Bns. Moved to Chisledon in November 1917 and to Benacre Park and Hunstanton in 1918.

3/22nd and 3/24th Battalions
Formed in March 1915 and moved to Tadworth. Went in January 1916 to Winchester.
8 April 1916 : became 22nd and 24th Reserve Bns. Moved to Chisledon in November 1917 and to Saxmundham and Wells in 1918.

3/25th Cyclist Battalion
Formed at Fulham in March 1915 and moved in August to Hanworth, going on in November 1915 to Feltham.
8 April 1916 : became 25th Reserve Cyclist Bn. Moved to Richmond Park in May 1916 and absorbed into 10th Reserve Bn on 1 September 1916.

3/28th Battalion
Formed in September 1914 and moved to Richmond Park. Renamed 2/28th Bn in November. Moved to Hare Hall (Romford) in March 1916 and became No 15 Officer Cadet Battalion, not affiliated to a regiment.

4/1st to 4/4th Battalions
Formed in May 1915 and joined 173rd Brigade in 58th (2/1st London) Division in East Anglia. Moved to Tadworth, then on to Hurdcott in January 1916.
8 April 1916 : became Reserve Bns. On 1 September 1916, 1st absorbed 3rd and 2nd absorbed 4th. Moved to Torquay in November 1916 and to Blackdown in April 1917 where it then remained.

29th and 30th (City of London) Battalions
On 1 January 1917, the 100th and 101st Provisional Bns at Guildford became the 29th and 30th Londons. They had been formed in June 1915 from home service personnel. Both came under orders of 212th Brigade in 71st Division. Moved in March 1917 to Colchester then on 5 February 1918 to Walton-on-the-Naze. Transferred on 5 February 1918 to 226 Mixed Brigade.

31st and 32nd (County of London) Battalions
On 1 January 1917, the 107th and 108th Provisional Bns at Frinton became the 31st and 32nd Londons. They had been formed in June 1915 from home service personnel. 31st moved in May 1917 to St Osyth and was disbanded in September 1917; 32nd went to Walton-on-the-Naze in May 1917 and was disbanded in April 1918.

33rd (City of London) Battalion
Formed in Clacton-on-Sea in early June 1918. On 18 June, the Bn moved to Pirbright, absorbed the cadre of the 7th Bn, the Rifle Brigade and joined the 41st Brigade in 14th (Light) Division.
3 July 1918 : landed at Boulogne.
War diary extract on this site

34th (County of London) Battalion
Formed in Clacton-on-Sea in early June 1918. On 27 June, the Bn moved to Aldershot, absorbed the cadre of the 7th Bn, the King's Royal Rifle Corps and joined the 49th Brigade in 16th (Irish) Division.
1 August 1918 : landed at Boulogne.