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Sells, Charles Bernard ›

It is with great regret that we have to announce the death of C.B. Sells, of enteric at Deelfontein. Most of those now at the hospital will remember him well. He…

Shepherd-Turneham, Norman Percy ›

Entered Guy's as a Dental Student in October 1897 and qualified LDS in May 1901 and eventually settled in practice in Maidenhead. Guy's Hospital Reports Vol. LXX,…

Shorland, George ›

Prior to the war George Shorland was in practice at Mill Hill and in addition held the appointments of Medical Officer Railway Clearing House, Euston and Hon. Surgeon…

Simpson-Smith, Alexander ›

Alexander Simpson Smith was born in Huddersfield in 1900, the only boy in a family of four children. Both of his parents were deeply religious and this had an effect…

Slimon, James Gillespie ›

Surg. Lieut.-Cndr. James Gillespie Slimon was killed by a train in Dec., 1939 while on leave. He graduated M.B., Ch.B., at the University of Glasgow in 1929. After…

Small, Dudley Francis ›

Small, Francis Dudley, Capt. R.A.M.C., attd 15th Cheshire Regiment, was educated at King's College, Canterbury, and entered Guy's as a Dental Student in October…

Smith, Douglas Wilberforce ›

Smith, Douglas Wilberforce, Capt., R.A.M.C., attached 6th Manchester Regt. Entered Guy's in September, 1898, passed the Final Conjoint in 1901, and the Final M.B.,…

Snell, Herbert ›

Second Lieutenant Herbert Snell L.D.S., of the London Regiment, was killed in action on April 9th, aged 36. He was the second son of Mr. Joseph Snell of Horsell,…

Snell, Norris ›

Snell, Norris, Capt., 8th (Service) Battn. The East Yorkshire Regt., eldest son of Joseph Snell, born Hornsey, Middlesex, 28 March 1875; educ. Dulwich College, and…

Snow, Charles Foote ›

Second Lieutenant Charles F. Snow, the elder son of Mr. W. H. Snow, Compton House, Peterborough, has been killed in action. Twenty-eight years of age, he was educated…

Sowerby, Victor Holgate ›

Second Lieut. V. H. Sowerby was educated at Old Clee Grammar School, where he won a scholarship, was head of the school, and captain of the cricket and football…

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