Yesterday I mentioned the Register of Soldiers’ Effects, which lists monies paid to the family of those killed in action, and showed Isaac Rosenberg’s record as an example. Officers’ records are listed by initial rather than by full Christian names. Here, from early in the War, is Julian Grenfell’s record. Click on it for a full-size image.
Later records seem to have become less full. Here is Edward Thomas’s record, which does not tell us who the money was paid to.
Officers’ families received considerably more than the dependents of enlisted men. I’m not sure on what basis the sums were calculated; doubtless the rules governing the calculations exist somewhere.
Here is the record of ‘Saki’: