2nd Lieutenant Bernard Orlando Weller
“Those courteous preliminaries, so much the feature of a French relief, were, on this reintroduction to scenes soon to become so famous and so tragic a little marred by an untimely German shell which wounded Weller, who had accompanied the Colonel to see the new line.”
His medal records show that B. O. Weller was promoted from the ranks.
According to the London Gazette of August 15th, 1917, he was commissioned from an Officer Cadet Unit to be a 2nd Lts, on August 1st 1917.
Bernard was born in January 1893, registered at Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England.