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

Kinloch, Robert Alastair Boys ›

Captain Robert Alastair Boys Kinloch, R.A.M.C. previously reported missing in Burma, is now known to have been killed in action. He was the second son of Dr. R.…

Knight, Herbert Maurice Richard ›

Previously reported missing, believed prisoner, now recorded killed in action, June 1942. – Major H. M. R. Knight R.A.M.C. British Medical Journal 9 Oct. 1943

Lart, J.V.T. Probably John Floyer Vincent ›

Killed in action Captain John Floyer Vincent. British Medical Journal 5 Feb. 1944

Latham, Richard Thomas Edwin ›

Personal Tribute, Flying Officer R. T. E. Latham C. K. A. writes; - Presumed to have lost his life in air operations in August, 1943, at the age of 34. Flying…

Leech, Barbara Elisabeth ›

It is with deep regret that the War Office records that the following 40 officers of the Army Nursing are now presumed to have been killed in action at sea on 12th…

Lillico, James Walsh ›

On or after October 18, 1942, while a prisoner of war in Japanese hands.  Capt. James Walsh Lillico, I.M.S. British Medical Journal, 7 Dec. 1946

Lintott, Gordon Alan Macdona ›

The death of Major G. A. Lintott, whilst serving in Egypt, has come as a sad blow to his many friends and students. His academic career was brilliant throughout,…

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