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

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…

Kershaw, Henry Valder (Revd) ›

Captain Henry Valder Kershaw, London Regiment, who fell in action on September 15th, 1916, was the eldest son of Mrs. Kershaw, and brother to Mrs. Hudson, 36, Grand…

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…

Kirkaldy, Charles Henry ›

Second Lieutenant Charles Henry Kirkaldy, 1ST Battalion of the Seaforth Highlanders. Younger son of Thomas Kirkaldy, Esq., and nephew of Professor Kirkaldy of King's…

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, 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.…

Kurten, Gaston Pierre Peter ›

Killed in action April 24, Gaston P Kurten, B.A., 2nd Lieutenant acting Major, R.G.A. Dearly loved elder son of Mr & Mrs R Kurten of Thornton Heath. Age 28 years.…

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…

Ladyman, John Charles Harrison ›

J.C.H. Ladyman was known to very few in the College as he was but few weeks amongst us. He entered the College at the commencement of the Session, 1914-15, but…

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