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Hall, Harry Spencer ›

We regret to have to record the death of Lieut. H.S. Hall, R.A.M.C. St Thomas's Hospital Gazette, May 1915

Harris, William Trengweath ›

Lieutenant William Trengweath Harris was educated at St. Thomas's Hospital and took the diplomas of M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Lond. and L.S.A, in 1903. After filling the…

Hebbert, Robert Francis ›

Captain Robert Francis Hebbert, I.M.S. , Medical Officer of the 107th Pioneers, died in Mesopotamia of relapsing fever on March 19th, aged 33. He was born on March…

Hiley, Richard Farrar ›

Temporary Lieutenant Richard Farrar Hiley, I.M.S., died at Saidapur, Coorg, on March 20th 1917. He was educated at Cambridge, where he graduated B.A. in 1884, and…

Holtan, Reidar Scott ›

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

Humphries, Clifford Stuart ›

Captain Clifford Stuart Humphries, who was the only child of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Humphries of Alsager, Cheshire, has died of wounds. He qualified M.R.C.S. and took…

Humphrys, Frederick James

Humphrys, Frederick James ›

Frederick James Humphrys, Surgeon Royal Navy. M.D., B.Sc. St. Thomas's Hospital. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Humphrys late of Bromley. Killed in action at Suvla Bay…

Irving, Aubrey Gordon ›

Second Lieutenant Aubrey Gordon Irving was killed on March 10 at Neuve Chapelle. He was the son of Mr William Irving, bank manager, of Paarl South Africa. When 16…

Jones, Cyril Oscar Howe ›

H.M.S. Invincible: Surgeon Cyril Oscar Howe was educated at St. Thomas's Hospital, where he was house-physician. He took the diplomas of M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. Lond.…

Jones, Myrddin Emrys

Jones, Myrddin Emrys ›

Myrddin Emrys Jones, Surgeon Lieutenant, Royal Navy. Son of Alderman Robert Evan Jones of Boderwydd,Llanberis, North Wales, by his wife Kate; b. Boderwydd aforesaid…

Keesey, John Howard ›

Previously reported missing at Arnhem, now officially reported died as prisoner of war - Capt. John Howard Keesey, R.A.M.C. British Medical Journal 3 Feb. 1945

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