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Memorial Listings For "World War Two (1939-1945)"

Hawks, John Christopher ›

Among the seventeen officers killed in the accident during Combined Operations near Warminster on April 13 was Lieut. John Christopher Hawks, R.A.M.C., whose home…

Hawtayne, Frederick William Stewart ›

Reported missing through enemy action in Oct. 1942, together with his adopted son, F. W. S. Hawtayne, B.Sc., A.K.C., A.M.I.C.E. Superintending Civil Engineer on…

Hayes, Francis Mason ›

Temp. Surg. Lieut. Francis Mason Hayes, R.N.V.R. is included in “ missing presumed killed” in an Admiralty Casualty List published on Nov. 14. He was born on Sept.…

Hayward, Frank Robert Oliver ›

Hayward – On May 19, 1941, suddenly at Guiting Grange, Captain Frank Robert Oliver R.A.M.C.. Funeral Sunday 2pm Chelmsford. The Times 22 May 1941

Hill, Archibald Edgar ›

Lieutenant Archibald Edgar Hill was elected a member of the British Medical Association in 1926, and was president of Griqualand West Brach in 1934. (Griqualand…

Hinde, Ernest John Frank ›

War substantive Captain Ernest John Frank Hinde who was announced as “ missing at sea” in the journal of November 1 and who is now reported to have died at sea in…

Hodges, Aubrey Davies ›

Aubrey Davies Hodges, Colonial Medical Service (late Major W.A.A.M.C.). Captain B. B. Waddy R.A.M.C. writes “ A great number of people will have heard of Aubrey…

Holroyde, Norah Constance ›

Holroyde – In April 1941 at Bromley, Kent, Mary Charlotte (née Cahusac), widow of the Rev. Elkanah Holroyde, M.A. of The Rectory, St. Paul’s Cray, Kent, in her 80th…

Holtan, Reidar Scott ›

Officially reported died of wounds: Captain Reidar Scott Holtan R.A.M.C. British Medical Journal 24 Feb. 1945

Houghton, Jack Bloor ›

Temp. Surg. Lieut. Jack Bloor Houghton, R.N.V.R., is included as "missing, presumed killed," in an Admiralty Casualty List published on March 13. He was born on…

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