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

Browne, Herbert Maxwell ›

Lieutenant Browne was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Browne, of Preston House, Redhill. He was educated at Haileybury College and then came to King's. He passed through…

Browne, William Dennis ›

Dennis Browne came to Guy’s in January, 1913, and succeeded Clive Caret as organist to the hospital and conductor of the musical society. He was educated at Rugby…

Bunting, Robert Russell ›

Lieut. R.R. Bunting was born in Florence, Massachusetts, U.S. on January 27th, 1892, and came to England with his parents in 1899. On October 12th, 1914, he was…

Bunting, William

Bunting, William ›

Captain William Bunting, M.C., was the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bunting, Terrington St. John, Wisbech. He was 23 years of age and by his death on August 8th a most…

Burnett, Maurice

Burnett, Maurice ›

Captain Maurice Burnett, R.A.M.C. was killed in action at Shaiba, in Turkish Arabia, on April 14th, aged 26. He was the son of Surgeon- General Burnett, R.A.M.C.…

Caiger, Frederick Howard Stewart ›

Caiger, Frederick Howard Stewart, Second Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery, only son of Dr. F. Foord Caiger, killed November 11th, aged 19. He was educated at Doon…

Calvert, Cecilius Frederick Holcombe ›

A NOBLE LIFE AND HEROIC DEATH. (Reprinted from “ The Mining World,” Sept. 25th, 1915.) The sincere sympathy of his many friends in mining and literary circles will…

Card, Lewis Oswald ›

Entered Guy's in 1897, but left before taking any professional examination to join the Regular Army. He served through the Boer War between 1899-1903, with the Border…

Carless, Albert William Buchan

Carless, Albert William Buchan ›

Carless, Albert William Buchan, Lieutenant. 1st attached 5th Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, eldest son of Professor Albert Carless, F.R.C.S., Major R.A.M.C. (T.F.)…

Carpenter, Herbert M S ›

Captain  Herbert Montague Soames Carpenter, aged 31, Duke of Wellington’s Regiment, the elder son of Major and Mrs H. Carpenter, of Fleurbaix, Esher, Surrey, was…

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