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Scott, Samuel Geoffrey ›

Captain Samuel Godfrey Scott, R.A.M.C., died on January 6th in a casualty clearing station, on active service of pneumonia, aged 42. He was the eldest son of the…

Scudamore, Leonard George ›

On the 17th April, at camp in England, after a short illness. Lieut. Leonard George Scudamore, R.A.M.C. of Abertysswg, beloved husband of Gertrude Scudamore (Sister…

Smith, Frank Lewis ›

The sudden death on February 18 at the age of 60 of Surgeon Rear-Admiral Frank Lewis Smith has come as a great shock to his many friends and acquaintances both in…

Smith, Richard Hugh ›

Lieutenant Richard Hugh Smith died at Enniskillen, Ireland on February 18. He was educated at the University of Cambridge and St. Thomas’ s Hospital, and qualified…

Soddy, James Rawdon ›

It is now announced that Dr. JAMES RAWDON SODDY, aged 24, previously reported as missing, lost his life at sea by enemy action in July last. He qualified M.R.C.S.,…

Spensley, Frank Oswald ›

Spensley - on the 23 October of pneumonia at the Burdon Military Hospital, Weymouth. Frank Oswald Spensley, Captain RAMC, youngest son of the late Rev. James Spensley.…

Spilsbury, Peter Bernard ›

Widespread sympathy will be felt with Sir Bernard Spilsbury on the death of his second son, Peter Bernard Spilsbury, who was killed during the recent bombing of…

Stanley, Cuthbert Arthur ›

It is with regret that we have to record the death of Dr. C. A. Stanley of the Colonial Medical Service. Dr. Stanley was among those who refused to leave Singapore…

Stiebel, Charles ›

Lieutenant Charles Stiebel. I.M.S., who was killed on February 3rd, aged 40, was the son of the late D.C. Stiebel, of 43 Grosvenor Square. He was education at Clifton…

Stratford, Ernest Pipkin ›

Lieutenant Ernest Stratford, R.A.M.C. , Died at Bourne End on April 20th, aged 38, from septicaemia following wounds received by the bursting of a shell at Neuve…

Sutcliff, Archibald Alfred ›

We regret to have to record the death from typhus fever of Capt. Archibald A. Sutcliff, R.A.M.C., a prisoner of war in Germany. St Thomas's Hospital Gazette, May…

Terry, John Norman ›

We regret to announce that Captain J.N. Terry was killed in action on September 20th. On the outbreak of war Terry was transferred from the O.T.C., St Thomas's…

Treherne, Claude William ›

Captain Claude William Treherne, R.A.M.C. died of wounds on August 12th, aged 29. He was the son of Surgeon-General Sir Francis Treherne, K,C,M,G,, and was educated…

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