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Brogden, Ingram Richard Rhodes ›

It was with great regret that all his friends heard that Lt. I. R. R. Brogden was reported by the War Office as "missing, believed drowned" on April 15th. He had…

Browne, William Dennis ›

Dennis Browne came to Guy’s in January, 1913, and succeeded Clive Caret as organist to the hospital and conductor of the musical society. He was educated at Rugby…

Browning, Samuel Barratt ›

Died – Major Samuel Barratt Browning, R.A.M.C. BMJ 6 July 1946.

Bryant, Hugh Arnold ›

Hugh Arnold Bryant died at Bloemfontein, O.R.C., June 7th. Guy’ s men of the years 1886 to 1892 will hear with much regret of the death from enteric fever at…

Card, Lewis Oswald ›

Entered Guy's in 1897, but left before taking any professional examination to join the Regular Army. He served through the Boer War between 1899-1903, with the Border…

Carruthers, Austin Stuart ›

Died of wounds in India – Lieut. Austin Stuart Carruthers, R.A.M.C. BMJ 9 Feb 1946

Chaning-Pearce, Wilfrid Thomas ›

It is with very deep regret that we have to announce in the casualty list the name of Temp. Capt. Wilfrid Chaning-Pearce M.C., R.A.M.C.; the third son of Dr. and…

Chaundy, Charles Anthony ›

Chaundy – In March 1945, killed in action in Western Europe, Captain C. Anthony Chaundy, A.D. Corps, 6th Airborne Division, aged 29 years, loved younger son of the…

Cheesman, Algernon Edgar Percy ›

Surgeon Captain Algernon Edgar Percy Cheesman R.N. officially reported killed on active service, had served in the Navy since 1910. His early service included a…

Clifford, Anthony Clifford ›

Clifford A.C. 2nd Lieut. 3rd Dragoon Guards. Educated at Marlborough and Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Qualified M.B., B.C. (Cantab); M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.. Was President…

Cocking, Alfred Wilkinson ›

Cocking – On Feb 29, 1944 at Barrow Gurney Naval Hospital, Surgeon Commander Alfred Wilkinson Cocking (Jimmy), Royal Navy, much loved husband of Mary Cocking (Jimmie)…

Cocks, John (Jack) Stanley ›

To many Guy’s men the death of J.S. Cocks at Beirut following Typhus will be a source of profound regret.  Those who knew him intimately will mourn one of those…

Cole, Arthur ›

Employed in the Works Department. Joined the 8th Royal Berks. Regt., and died on service, May 22nd, 1918. Guy's Hospital Reports Vol.LXX, War Memorial Number

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