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Townsend, Thomas Ainsworth ›

Townsend, Thomas Ainsworth, Capt., M.C., R.A.M.C. T.F., 24th London Regiment. Was educated at New College, Oxford, and entered Guy’s in October, 1909. He passed…

Traill, Anthony ›

Capt. Anthony Traill was the second son of Mr. & Mrs E. B. Traill of Pelmarsh, Essex. He was born near Dublin on July 1st, 1890, and was educated at Charterhouse…

Traill, Kenneth Robert ›

Traill, Kenneth Robert, Lieut, Royal Berks Regt.. Son of Dr. C. G. Traille, was born January 9th, 1894. He was educated at Sunningdale School and Bradfield College.…

Veitch, Quintin Read ›

Major Quintin R. Veitch, Cape Volunteer Medical Staff Corps   (Cape Mounted Rifles), died of heart disease at Cape Town. Feb. 2nd 1902. The Last Post, Mildred Dooner

Venning, Hedley Douglas ›

Lieut. Hedley Douglas Venning, R.A.M.C., was killed in action in the Middle East in Sept. He was born on March 2, 1916 and studied at Guy’s Hospital, qualifying…

Waghorn, Leonard Pengelly ›

We hear with great sorrow that Second Lieutenant L. P. Waghorn, aged 24, was killed in action on November 6th.  He was educated at Marlborough. He matriculated into…

Walker, Charles Pope ›

Charles Pope Walker:: We regret to notice the announcement of the death of Major C. Pope Walker from dysentery at Ladysmith on January 5th. He was the youngest…

Walmsley, Eric Stanley ›

In Sept., 1944 killed in action in North West Europe, Captain E.S. Walmsley (Jerry). General List, late the Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment of Walcots, Wallingford,…

Watson, Cecil Francis William ›

Watson, Cecil Francis W., West African M.S. Entered Guy’s in January, 1892, passed the Final Conjoint in 1899. He obtained the Diploma of Tropical Medicine in 1906,…

Watt, Norman Lindley ›

Watt, Norman Lindley, 2nd Lieut., King Edward’s Horse and R.F.C. Was educated at Natal and Pembroke College, Oxford, and after passing the 1st M.B. Oxon in 1913,…

Wearing, Douglas George ›

Entered Guy’s as a Dental student in April, 1903, qualified L.D.S. Eng. In May 1905, and was Assistant Demonstrator of Metallurgy the same year. He settled in practice…

Webster, Edward MacKay ›

Webster, Edward Mackay, Second Lieutenant Royal Berkshire Regiment, only son of the late William Webster of Blackheath, was killed instantaneously while in charge…

Weinberg, Albert ›

Born in Brussels on February 14th, 1892 the deceased came out to South Africa with his parents in November of the same year. Subsequently he laid the foundations…

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