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Hopkins, Herbert Leslie ›

Hopkins, Herbert Leslie, Lieut., R.A.M.C. entered Guy's October 1905, taking the Open Scholarship in Arts, Junior Efficiency Prize in 1908. Secretary of Guy's Physiological…

Horton, James Henry ›

Horton, J. H. Lieut.-Col., D.F.O., I.M.F. He was born on December 27th, 1871, was the son of Major J. Horton, of Woolwich, and was educated at Guy’s Hospital, where…

Howard, Charles Reginald ›

Capt. Charles Reginald Howard, R.A.M.C. attached King’s African Rifles, was killed in action in East Africa on September 6th. He was the youngest son of Robert Luke…

Hugh-Jones, Kenneth Herbert ›

Hugh-Jones, Kenneth Herbert, Capt., 5th attd. 12th, Rifle Brigade. Entered 1915, Arts Scholar. Killed in action September 20th 1917. Kenneth Herbert Hugh-Jones…

Hughes, Lawson Jervis ›

Hughes on June 11th, killed at Kroonstad, Lawson Jervis, Imperial Yeomanry Field  Hospital, eldest son of Robert H. Hughes M.A., M/B. Cambs, Plymouth aet 22. Guy’s…

Ievers, Eileen Mary Elise ›

Ievers – At sea due to enemy action, Eileen Moira Elise Stuart Ievers, A.A.R.C. Matron Q.A.I.M.N.S., elder daughter of the late Lt.-Col. Ad Mrs O.G. Ievers and sister…

James, John Stephen Harvey ›

James, John Stephen Harvey, Lieut., King's Royal Rifles. Entered Guy's as a medical student 1912. Joined the forces 1914 (Artists' Rifles). Killed in action, Rue…

Jones, Evan Lawrence ›

Captain Evan Lawrence Jones, R.A.M.C., was reported as killed in action, in the casualty list published on October 22nd. He was educated at Guy's Hospital, took…

Jones, Thomas ›

We regret to record the death of a well-known and distinguished Guy’s man, Professor Thomas Jones, F.R.C.S. and., of Owens College. Mr. Jones was, at the time of…

Kelsey, Arthur Edward ›

Kelsey, A.E., Temp. Capt., R.A.M.C. Drowned in H.M. Hospital Ship Glenart Castle, torpedoed Feb. 26th, 1918. Guy's Hospital Reports Vol.LXX, War Memorial Number

Kennedy, Ronald Sinclair ›

Captain Ronald Sinclair, M.C., M.D., was reported as killed in action in the casualty list of May 6th. There is not one member of the Hospital, from the most senior…

King, Percy ›

King, Percy, 2nd Lieut., 7th East Surrey Regt. Educated at Portsmouth Grammar School, King's College, London, Guy's. Entered Guy's as a Dental Student in October,…

King, Walter Eustace Yeend ›

Corporal Eustace Cameron King, Princess Patricia's Canadian L.I.., formerly on the Secretary's staff, died under an operation for amputation of the left leg. He…

Knaggs, Francis Henry ›

Captain F. H. Knaggs R.A.M.C. died at Oak House, Huddersfield on June 24th, aged 56. He was educated at Guy's Hospital, and took the diplomas of M.R.C.S. in 1885…

Knight, Herbert Maurice Richard ›

Previously reported missing, believed prisoner, now recorded killed in action, June 1942. – Major H. M. R. Knight R.A.M.C. British Medical Journal 9 Oct. 1943

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