Don't worry about that as I can scan them to you unless you're feeling flush! Naval and Military Press have it's in two volumes but I can send you the 16th men, there are only three in the 1914 volume.
I'll send them over the next couple of days
Second Lieutenant (Acting Lieutenant) William Mackinnon Macneill. He was killed in action aged 23 on 12/10/1914. Brother of Miss EE Macneill, of Park House, Tunbridge Wells. II.N.349, Meteren Military Cemetery
Captain Arthur William Macarthur-Onslow. He was killed in action aged 37 on 05/11/1914. The son of Captain Onslow, RN, and Mrs Macarthur-Onslow, of Camden Park, South Australia and husband of Christabel Allen (formerly Macarthur-Onslow) of 43 Thurloe Square, South Kensington, London. Grave: III. C. 4, Wulverghem-Lindenhoek Road Military Cemetery.
Major Clive MacDonnell Dixon.
1915 would be:
Lieutenant Rowland Auriol James Beech. He was killed in action aged 26 on 21/02/1915. The son of Colonel RJ Beech and Mrs Beech, of Brandon Hall, Coventry. G2 Ypres Town Cemetery
Lieutenant David Ronald Cross, MC. He was killed in action aged 25 on 21/02/1915. The son of Mr and Mrs Adam Cross of Lamport Hall, Northamptonshire. Panel 5. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial
Lieutenant Nathaniel Walter Ryder King. He was killed in action aged 27 on 21/2/1915. The son of Mr and Mrs HJ King, of Poles, Ware, Hertfordshire. G.3, Ypres Town Cemetery
Captain Edward Radcliffe Nash. He was killed in action aged 26 on 31/03/1915. The son of Lieutenant Colonel Edward Nash (late Essex Regiment) and Mrs Nash, of 56, Sloane St., London. G.4, Ypres Town Cemetery
Major Arundell Neave, Chevalier of the Legion of Honour (France), King and Queen's South African Medals (5 Clasps). He died of wounds aged 39 on 21/02/1915. Second son of Sir Arundell Neave, 4th Baronet and Lord of the Manor and The Honourable Lady Neave, of Dagnam Park, Essex and Llysdulas, Anglesey. G.1, Ypres Town Cemetery. His battlefield cross is at Llanwenllyfo parish church, Anglesey, and it is alleged, though unsubstantiated, that his body was repatriated.
I have visited their graves.