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Knight, Ronald Victor ›

The late Lieut. R. V. Knight, R.N.A.S., who was killed in England through his machine coming down in a spinning nose dive, was formerly captain of Bedford School.…

Kynaston, Albert Evelyn Fairfax ›

Ever careless of himself and his own interests, always thoughtful of others, such was Evelyn Kynaston. To the superficial observer he was the most superficial of…

Lacey, William Stocks ›

Lieutenant William Stocks Lacey, R.A.M.C. died of wounds on October 11th. He was the only son of Mr. William J. M. Lacey L.D.S.R.C.S., of Hertford and was educated…

Lansdale, William Morris ›

Arma virumque cano. All Guy’s men will be very grieved to hear of the death of Capt. William Morris Lansdale, M.B., B.S., R.A.M.C. He was killed by a shell on the…

Leckie, Malcolm ›

Leckie, M. Capt., D.S.O., R.A.M.C. Entered Guy's in 1899 and the R.A.M.C. in 1908. He had a distinguished career in Egypt, and on the outbreak of war went to the…

Leech, Barbara Elisabeth ›

It is with deep regret that the War Office records that the following 40 officers of the Army Nursing are now presumed to have been killed in action at sea on 12th…

Liebson, Stephen Abraham ›

Leibson, Stephen Abraham, Capt., R.A.M.C. Went to German South West Africa at the outbreak of war, as M.O. of the Rand Light Infantry. After this campaign was over,…

Lintott, Gordon Alan Macdona ›

The death of Major G. A. Lintott, whilst serving in Egypt, has come as a sad blow to his many friends and students. His academic career was brilliant throughout,…

Llarena, Eustace Fernando ›

Llarena, E.F. 2nd Lieut., 2nd Suffolk Regt. From Dulwich College he came to Guy's in October, 1910, and at once made his reputation as an enthusiastic "Rugger" player.…

Logan, Frederic Thomas Bishop ›

Logan, F.T.B., Hon. Surg. Foye House Red Cross Hospital. Died. Guy's Hospital Reports Vol.LXX, War Memorial Number

Lowe, Frank Augustus ›

Lowe, Frank Augustus, Lieut., R.N.V.R. Collingwood Battalion. Entered Guy's 1906 as a Dental Student; qualified L.D.S. 1910. Killed in Gallipoli 1915. Guy's Hospital…

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