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

Bottomley, Eric William ›

Eric William Bottomley - missing since June 15, 1917, now reported killed. Eric William Bottomley, Captain, London Regiment, eldest son of Prof. and Mrs Bottomley,…

Bouic, Andre ›

Entered Guy's as a medical Student in 1914. Having passed the 2nd Conjoint in the early part of 1916 he joined the forces. He was killed in a flying accident while…

Bourne, Cecil Alfred ›

Royal Horse and Royal Field Artillery. Cecil Alfred Bourne (Colonial candidate) to be Second Lieutenant. Dated 30 Jan. 1915. The London Gazette 29 Jan. 1915

Bowlby, George Elliot Lowes

Bowlby, George Elliot Lowes ›

Lieutenant George Elliott Lowes Bowlby, 8th Lincolnshire Regiment, was the only son of the Rev. A. E. Bowlby, Vicar of St. James, Streatham. Born in 1891 at Meerut,…

Bowles, Wilfred Spencer

Bowles, Wilfred Spencer ›

Second Lieut. W.S. Bowles. Prior to his entrance at King's College as a Theological student in October, 1914, Second Lieut. W.S. Bowles was educated at Victoria…

Box, Thomas Harry ›

Formerly Junior Clerk in the Counting House. Served in the Northumberland Fusiliers as a Lance Corporal and was killed in action May 4th 1917. Guy's Hospital Reports…

Bransbury, Vernon Dudley Bramsdon ›

Bransbury,Vernon Dudley Bramsdon, Lieut., 3rd (Reserve) attd. 1st (10th) Foot Battn. The Lincolnshire Regt., son of Henry Bransbury of Holme Chase, Putney; b. Southsea,…

Bridges, Roland Harley ›

Lieut.-Colonel Roland Harley Bridges, D.S.O., R.A.M.C. was drowned on service recently, aged 39. He was born on February 7th 1879, the third son of the late Colonel…

Brockelbank, Lawrence Seymour

Brockelbank, Lawrence Seymour ›

Brockelbank, Laurence Seymour, Lieut., 3rd attached 1st Battn. King's Own Royal Lancaster Regt. son of George Seymour Brockelbank of Elm Lodge, Blackheath, member…

Brodie, Thomas Grigor ›

… … the death of Prof. Brodie, which occurred suddenly (from heart failure) at the early age of fifty on August 20. He was not only pre-eminent in the scientific…

Brogden, Ingram Richard Rhodes ›

It was with great regret that all his friends heard that Lt. I. R. R. Brogden was reported by the War Office as "missing, believed drowned" on April 15th. He had…

Brown, Clive Andrews

Brown, Clive Andrews ›

Captain Clive Andrews Brown, the only surviving son of Mr. and Mrs. George Andrews Brown, of Croydon, spent three years at the College and continued his engineering…

Brown, Harold Masters ›

Second Lieutenant Harold Masters Brown, M.C. Royal Berkshire Regiment, who died of wounds on July 9, aged 28, was the third son of Mr. and Mrs. William Brown of…

Brown, Theodore Anthony ›

Captain Theodore Anthony Brown, M.C., The Buffs, was the fifth son of the late Anthony Brown and Jane Chalmers Brown of Broomhill, Beckenham. He was educated at…

Brown, Wilfred Stephenson ›

Captain Wilfred Stephenson Brown, R.A.M.C. (S.R.) died on March 27th, on his way home from Mesopotamia of disease contacted on active service. He was the eldest…

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