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Crombie, William Maurice

Crombie, William Maurice ›

Lieutenant William Maurice Crombie, Indian Medical Service, died at the Albert Docks Hospital, London, from influenza following illness contracted at Bagdad. On…

Cross, Geoffrey Suffling ›

Previously reported missing, now reported missing, presumed killed.-Temp. Surg. Lieut. Geoffrey Suffling Cross, R.N.V.R. British Medical Journal 1 June 1946

Custance, Gustavus William Musgrave ›

On October 15th, by the sinking of the Cruiser "Hawke," G.W.M. Custance, Surgeon R.N. St Thomas's Hospital Gazette, October 1914

David, Thomas Ivor ›

Surgeon Lieut. Thomas Ivor David, R.N.V.R., has been reported as ' Missing, Presumed Killed," while serving in H.M.S. Dundee. He was educated at St. Thomas's Hospital…

Davis, Guy Clifton ›

Lieutenant Guy Clifton Davis, Northumberland Fusiliers who died on May 11 at a Casualty Clearning Station abroad of wounds received on April 19 aged 23 was the youngest…

De Verteuil, Fernand Louis Joseph Marie ›

Surgeon. R. N. (Act.) Physician. Born St. Pierre, Martinique, Nov. 25, 1879, son of Dr. F. A. de Verteuil of Trinidad, and Miss Aline Larbannet des Isles. Descended…

Denham, John Kenneth ›

Fl. Lieut. John Kenneth Denham died on May 9 while on active service, aged 37. He studied medicine at Cambridge and St. Thomas's Hospital and qualified M.B., B.Chir.,…

Dewes, Bryan Osmond ›

Dewes, Bryan Osmond, Second Lieutenant, 1st Battalion Middlesex Regiment, killed in Flanders on July 30th. He was the elder son of Hugh Dewes Esq. , was educated…

Elliott, Albert Ernest ›

Albert Ernest Elliott, M.A. Cantab, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. , Civil Surgeon, Field Force, South Africa. We regret to notice the announcement of the death of Civil Surgeon…

Fawssett, Rupert ›

Fawssett. — Capt. Rupert Fawssett, R.A.M.C., died of dysentery at Bloemfontein May 6th, 1900. He was the third son of the late Rev. Robert Fawssett, of 36,…

Ferris, Henry Michael ›

Lt Henry Michael 'Mike'Ferris of No 111 Squadron flew in France where he shot down a Bf 109 and 3 Bf 110's. He shot down 2 more Bf 109's on the 6th of June 1940…

Field, Hassell Dyer ›

Captain Hassell Dyer Field, R.A.M.C., died of wounds on September 28th. He was the younger surviving son of Mr. Lascelles Field, of Thirlfield Norbury, and was educated…

Fielding, James Oxenham ›

Surgeon Lieut. James Oxenham Fielding, R.N., was killed when H.M.S. Hood was sunk last month. He was the only son of Dr. and Mrs. S. J. Fielding of Norwich, and…

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