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Memorial Listings For "World War One (1914-1918)"

Garland, James Richard

Garland, James Richard ›

Captain James Richard Garland, who was killed on July 1st leading his men into action, was educated first at Latymer School, where he won a scholarship at the age…

Gatley, Charles Alexander Robertson ›

The death has occurred at Bratton, Wilts, of Dr. Charles A. Gatley at the age of 31. The son of Dr. Charles A. Gatley of Kingston-on-Thames, he was educated at Marlborough…

German, Hugh Bernard ›

Yet another Guy's man has made the supreme sacrifice. While a student, he gained his Soccer blue on several occasions, and was the finest squash racket player in…

Gibson, Howard Graeme ›

Major H. Graeme Gibson R.A.M.C., died at No. 3 Stationary Hospital, Abbeville, of pneumonia following influenza, on February 12. He was the only son of Mr. A. S.…

Glaisby, Kenneth ›

Lieutenant Kenneth Glaisby, R.F.A. (Killed in action on November 1st), was twenty-one years of age and younger son of Mr. Walter Glaisby, of 4 St. Leonards, York.…

Glenie, George Richard

Glenie, George Richard ›

Second Lieutenant G.R. Glenie, born 24th of June, 1894 was educated at Alleyn's School, and showing talent for art attended the Clapham School of Art for three years,…

Godsill, Stanley ›

We regret to announce the death of Stanley Godsill, who was killed in action in Palestine on the 23rd December, 1917. Stanley Godsill was educated at Berkhamstead…

Gosden, William Stephen

Gosden, William Stephen ›

Private William Stephen Gosden was in the Theological Department from October, 1914, to January, 1916, when, after delays not due to his own choice, he joined the…

Gough, Bernard Bradly ›

We record with regret the death of Lieut. Bernard Bradly Gough, R.A.M.C., who was killed in action on the Western Front last week. Lieut. B. B. Gough was the second…

Gould, Henry Hilton Monk ›

It is also with great regret that we hear of the death on April 5th, at Southsea, Henry Hilton Monk Gould, from acute tuberculosis, contracted whilst serving with…

Gowans, James

Gowans, James ›

Lance Corporal James Gowans, entered the Engineering Faculty at King's in October 1914, and though he stayed here for only one session he made a name for himself…

Green, Charles Layton ›

Green, C.L., Second-Lieut., Essex Regt., attached R.F.C., the elder son of Dr. and Mrs. Green, Woodside S.E., was born on December 5th, 1894. He was educated at…

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