King's College London
War Memorials

Levick, Percy

Captain Percy Levick, R.A.M.C., was accidentally killed in France recently, owing to his horse slipping and falling, and throwing him beneath a motor lorry. He was educated at King's College Hospital and at Cambridge, where he graduated B.A. in 1895, and M.B. and B.C. in 1896. After filling the posts of house surgeon and of clinical aural assistant at King's College Hospital, he went into practice at Guildford, where he was honorary medical officer of the Royal Surrey County Hospital. He had served as medical examiner of recruits at Guildford prior to taking a temporary commission in the R.A.M.C. British Medical Journal March 30th 1918


First name(s)Percy
Date of birth1873
Place of birthWest Ham District
Previous educationJesus College, Cambridge
CollegeKing's College London and/or King's College London Hospital
Dept / courseMedicine
QualificationsB.A. 1895; M.B. and B.C. in 1896
Military unitRoyal Army Medical Corps, 4th Div. Ammunition Col.
War / conflictWorld War One (1914-1918)
Date of death15 March 1918
Rank at deathCaptain
Cause of deathAccident
Burial placeAnzin-St. Aubin British Cemetery
Commemoration(s)King's College Chapel; Vestibule King's College Hospital, Denmark Hill; Jesus College, Cambridge
NotesKing's College/Hospital: Distribution of Prizes: Mr. Percy Levick took the surgery and pathological anatomy prizes and was awarded a certificate of distinction for hygiene. British Medical Journal 9 Oct. 1897
SourcesKing's College London Archives; Commonwealth War Graves; British Medical Journal

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