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

Sowerby, Victor Holgate ›

Second Lieut. V. H. Sowerby was educated at Old Clee Grammar School, where he won a scholarship, was head of the school, and captain of the cricket and football…

Spencer, Sydney Gurton

Spencer, Sydney Gurton ›

Captain Sydney Gurton Spencer, 5th Rotyal Berkshire Regiment, who was killed in France on October 13, was the only child of Mr. W. A. Spencer (f the War Office)…

Spensley, Frank Oswald ›

Spensley - on the 23 October of pneumonia at the Burdon Military Hospital, Weymouth. Frank Oswald Spensley, Captain RAMC, youngest son of the late Rev. James Spensley.…

Spong, Robert William ›

He entered Guys in 1911 and it was not long before he proved himself a keen sportsman as well as a keen student and gained a well deserved popularity amongst all…

Stacey, John Brewer ›

Commission in East Surrey 10th Reserve in December 1915. Trained at Chelmsford and Fermoy, Ireland. Went to France 13 July 1916 and was reported slightly wounded…

Stainer, Claude Hamilton ›

We regret to hear that Lieutenant C. H. Stainer, of the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, was killed in action on November 15th 1916, while attacking a German trench…

Stanwell, William Alexander ›

The late Second-Lieutenant William Alexander Stanwell was the only son of Dr. and Mrs. Stanwell, of Rochdale. He received his early education at Blundell’s School,…

Start, Samuel Charles ›

Start, S., Lance-Corporal. Employed in the Works Dept. Joined the Machine Gun Corps and was awarded the Military Medal for gallantry in France. Died of wounds 1917.…

Stearn, John Holder

Stearn, John Holder ›

Stearn John Holder, D.S.O., Lieut., 14th (Service) Battn. The Durham Light Infantry, son of Harry George Stearn of Buntingford by his wife Elizabeth, dau. of the…

Stephen, Lionel Henry York ›

Entered Guy’s in April 1893, and passed the Final Conjoint in 1897. During the South African War he served as a surgeon to the Field Forces, and after as R.M.O.…

Steyn, Stephanus Sebastian Lombard ›

Educated at the Diocesan College, Rondebosch, Cape Town. Went to Oxford with Rhodes Scholarship in 1910. Gained his Blue at Oxford for Rugby Football and International…

Stiebel, Charles ›

Lieutenant Charles Stiebel. I.M.S., who was killed on February 3rd, aged 40, was the son of the late D.C. Stiebel, of 43 Grosvenor Square. He was education at Clifton…

Stockdale, Edward Leslie Johnson

Stockdale, Edward Leslie Johnson ›

Lieut. E.L. Stockdale was at first reported missing on July 7th of this year and strong hopes were entertained that he would soon be heard of as a prisoner of war…

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