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

Carrington, Edward Worrell ›

Captain Edward Worrell Carrington, R.A.M.C. was killed in France on September 25th or 26th, 1915, aged 26. He was the youngest son of the late Sir J. W. Carrington,…

Cassidy, Cyril Martin

Cassidy, Cyril Martin ›

Cyril Martin Cassidy (Faculty of Laws) fell gallantly near Festubert on May16th; aged 22. He was educated at the Mercer's School where he had a successful career.…

Castor, Richard Henderson ›

Lieut.-Colonel Richard Henderson Castor, Madras Medical Service (ret.), died of pneumonia at Croydon on December 30th,1920, aged 59. He was born on May 12th, -1861,…

Chaning-Pearce, Wilfrid Thomas ›

It is with very deep regret that we have to announce in the casualty list the name of Temp. Capt. Wilfrid Chaning-Pearce M.C., R.A.M.C.; the third son of Dr. and…

Chaplin, Harold Garrett ›

The cruiser H.M.S. Hampshire, which was carrying Lord Kitchener and his staff on a mission to Russia, was blown up by a mine off the west coast of the Orkneys on…

Chapman, Laurence Vaughan

Chapman, Laurence Vaughan ›

Lieutenant Lawrence Vaughan B.A., LLB, of the 2nd Rifle Brigade, killed in Flanders was a son of Mr. L. Chapman, of Sunbury-on-Thames, and grandson of the late Rev.…

Chavasse, Arthur Ryland

Chavasse, Arthur Ryland ›

Captain Arthur Ryland Chavasse, R.A.M.C., died of pneumonia at No. 2 General Hospital, British Expeditionary Force, in France on March 12th, aged 28. He was the…

Chevers, Herbert Longmore Grant ›

Major Herbert Longmore Grant Chevers, R.A.M, C. (ret.), died at the Military Hospital, Southmead, Bristol, on August 10th, aged 59. He was the third son of the late…

Clark, William Brown

Clark, William Brown ›

Captain William Brown Clark, R.A.M.C. was killed in action on March 13th, aged 37. He was the son of Dr. G. B. Clark, ex M.P. for Caithness, was educated at King's…

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