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Kempthorne, Humphrey de Bohun ›

Surg. Cmdr. H. de B. Kempthorne previously reported missing now officially presumed killed. British Medical Journal 28 October 1944

Kendrick, George Wharton ›

Captain George Wharton Kendrick, late R.A.M.C. died at Cheddar on April 26. He was the son of Dr. Kendrick of Bilston and received  his medical education at St.…

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.…

Lake, William Wellington ›

We regret to record the death at Bloemfontein of Surgeon Lieutenant-Colonel William Wellington Lake, Militia Medical Staff Corps. He was educated at St. Thomas's…

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

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

Layman, Douglas Arthur Campbell

Layman, Douglas Arthur Campbell ›

Second Lieutenant Douglas Arthur Campbell Layman, 17th Lancashire Fusiliers, was the elder son of Mr. Arthur Layman, of 4, Dulwich Wood-park, Upper Norwood, and…

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

Limbery, Kenneth Thomas ›

Captain Kenneth Thomas Limbery, R.A.M.C., was reported as killed in action, in the casualty list published on October 11th. He was educated at St. Thomas's Hospital,…

Little, John Wishart ›

Major John Wishart Little, I.M.S., died at Karachi on May 7th, aged 41. He was born on March 27th, 1877, the youngest son of Dr. Robert Little of Singapore, and…

Maclean, Ivan Clarkson ›

Captain Ivan Clarkson Maclean, D.S.O., M.C., R.A.M.C., died of wounds as a prisoner in a German hospital on April 4th , having previously been reported as missing…

Martineau, Alfred John ›

Major Alfred John Martineau, F.R.C.S., Royal Garrison Artillery, was killed in action on April 17th. He was the youngest son of the late Judge Martineau, and was…

Milligan, Donald Samuel Eccles

Milligan, Donald Samuel Eccles ›

Lieutenant Donald Samuel Eccles Milligan, R.A.M.C., was killed in action on October 11th, aged 25. He was the second son of Dr. Milligan of Lytham, near Blackpool,…

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