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Pargeter, Reginald Amherst

Pargeter, Reginald Amherst ›

Second Lieut. Reginald Amherst Pargeter was in his second year in the Engineering Department of King's College when war was declared and he was one of the first…

Parkes, Horace Frederick ›

Horace F. Parkes (Faculty of Laws) fell at Neuve Chapelle under circumstances of great gallantry. Parkes enlisted as a Private in the Artists' Rifles at the beginning…

Parks, George E H ›

Obituary and photo on www.memorials.inportsmouth.co.uk

Parnell, Leslie Reginald ›

2nd Lieutenant Leslie Reginald Parnell, London Regiment (13th Kensington Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment) was killed by a sniper about the 6 October, aged 20.…

Parry Jones, Owen Guy ›

We regret to record that Capt. Owen Parry-Jones, R.A.M.C. elder son of Dr.and Mrs. Parry-Jones, Full Street, Derby, has died in France from wounds received in the…

Parsons, Edward Daniell ›

Lieutenant Edward Daniell Parsons, R.A.M.C. died at the 3rd London General Hospital, Wandsworth of illness contracted on active service, on September 21st, aged…

Parsons-Smith, Eustace Macartney ›

Captain Eustace Macartney Parsons-Smith, R.A.M.C., died suddenly at Khartoum on May 28th aged 34. He was the youngest son of Dr. Parsons-Smith of Croydon and was…

Pearce, Dudley George ›

Captain Dudley George Pearce, of The Buffs, aged 25, was the son of the late George Pearce of Bournemouth. He was educated at Dulwich College, where in 1910 he took…

Peatfield, Stanley James ›

Peatfield, S. J., 2nd Lieut., 9th Royal Berkshire Regiment (attached Machine Gun Corps) was the youngest son of Mr. H. Peatfield, Dental Surgeon of Brighton. He…

Penny, Bernard Willoughby ›

Second Lieutenant Bernard Willoughby Penny was formerly a member of the Theological Faculty at King's, having been previously educated at St. Edward's School, Oxford.…

Pern, Montague ›

Pern, Montague, Lieut. Entered Guy's as a Medical Student in 1907, qualified L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. 1912. Killed in action, March 9th, 1915. Guy'sHospital Reports Vol.LXX,…

Peter, Alistair Gordon ›

Captain Alastair Gordon Peter, M.C., R.A.M.C., died of wounds on July 5th. He was the youngest son of the late Mr. John Peter, factor to Lord Lovat, and was educated…

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