The following men who rang at All Saints, Banstead are recorded on the roll (both survived the war):
- Private Robert Ingate George — Army Service Corps, Motor Transport. [Previously uncertain, now confirmed by information given in the comments below].
- Serjeant Frederick George Woodiss — Grenadier Guards. Seriously wounded 1916 [roll says 1917 – only moved to Banstead after the First World War, previously associated with Hersham].
As noted it initially proved difficult to connect R I George definitively with Banstead, though he was living in the Surrey area in 1911. In the case of Woodiss there are plenty of mentions in The Ringing World to confirm the basic identification, but the Surrey tower most associated with him before the war is Hersham. The first mention he receives states he had joined the Royal Field Artillery, but every other source links him with Grenadier Guards. He was in Banstead when he joined the Ancient Society of College Youths in 1923, so he presumably settled there post-war.