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Peacock, John Edward Chesterfield ›

Surgeon Lieutenant (D) John Edward Chesterfield Peacock R.N. only son of Dr. and Mrs. Peacock of Ovingdean, Brighton, late of Blackhurst received his commission…

Pearce, Dudley George ›

Captain Dudley George Pearce, of The Buffs, aged 25, was the son of the late George Pearce of Bournemouth. He was educated at Dulwich College, where in 1910 he took…

Peatfield, Stanley James ›

Peatfield, S. J., 2nd Lieut., 9th Royal Berkshire Regiment (attached Machine Gun Corps) was the youngest son of Mr. H. Peatfield, Dental Surgeon of Brighton. He…

Pern, Montague ›

Pern, Montague, Lieut. Entered Guy's as a Medical Student in 1907, qualified L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. 1912. Killed in action, March 9th, 1915. Guy'sHospital Reports Vol.LXX,…

Pitt-Payne, William Stephens ›

Pitt-Payne –  In Oct. 1943, in India, Flight Lieutenant William Stephens Pitt-Payne, R.A.F.V.R., husband of Evelyn and second son of Dr. and Mrs. Pitt-Payne of Bromley,…

Pryn, William Reginald ›

W, R, Pryn, son of Deputy Surgeon-General Pryn, came up to Guy's from Kelly's in January 1909. As a hard and conscientious worker, examinations held no terrors for…

Reckitt, Charles Edward ›

Reckitt, Charles Edward, Surg., R.N.  who died on January 29th as the result of illness contracted on active service, was 30 years of age, and the elder son of Lieut.-Col.…

Rees, Morgan James ›

Captain Morgan James Rees, R.A.M.C., died on October 30th, aged 41 of wounds received on October 22nd while attending to the wounded under fire. He was the younger…

Rhys, John Wade ›

John Rhys was a great sportsman, and brainy too. He went on to become a doctor after qualifying in double quick time at Guy’ s Hospital before being called up to…

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