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

Hart, Arthur Reginald

Hart, Arthur Reginald ›

Sub-Lieut. Arthur Reginald Hart. We regret that though Sub. Lieut. Hart was killed in action on the 13th November, 1916, no notice of his death has yet appeared,…

Hart, William Cecil Frederick Nicol ›

Born 24th August, 1895. At outbreak of war he was at King's College, London University, and at once joined the Officers Training Corps, being granted in January…

Hartnell, Edward Bush ›

Hartnell, Edward Bush, Temp. Capt., R.A.M.C. London Mounted Brigade. Entered Guy's in March 1892, after having been to Bristol and Dublin. He passed the Final Conjoint…

Haynes, Charles Graham ›

Haynes, Charles Graham, Captain, 4th King's Royal Rifles, attached R.A.F., M.C. 1916, Bar 1917. He was educated at Mill Hill School, and after passing the London…

Hayward, Milward Cecil ›

Hayward, Milward Cecil, Captain, R.A.M.C., T.F. who died from acute septic pneumonia at Brighton on August 23rd, was the second son of the late Henry Hayward of…

Hebbert, Robert Francis ›

Captain Robert Francis Hebbert, I.M.S. , Medical Officer of the 107th Pioneers, died in Mesopotamia of relapsing fever on March 19th, aged 33. He was born on March…

Henderson, Thomas Eric ›

Henderson, Thomas Eric, Second Lieutenant, South Staffs Regt., killed in France, was educated at University College School, from which school he graduated with First…

Henley, Frederick Louis ›

FREDERICK LOUIS HENLEY: Second Lieutenant * M. A., Dublin; King's College * son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Henley of Shankill, Co. Dublin * killed in action by a sniper…

Hennessey, Patrick William ›

Hennessey, P W H, Corp. Employed in the Works Department. Joined the Queen's Regt., was mentioned in despatches. Killed in action, July 31st, 1917. Guy's Hospital…

Heyward, Maurice ›

2nd Lieutenant Maurice Heyward - death. Dorset Regiment, killed on July 20, 25 years of age was the 4th son of Dr Heyward, Castlemaine Avenue, Croydon. Educated…

Hiley, Richard Farrar ›

Temporary Lieutenant Richard Farrar Hiley, I.M.S., died at Saidapur, Coorg, on March 20th 1917. He was educated at Cambridge, where he graduated B.A. in 1884, and…

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