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Memorial Listings For "Second Boer War (1899-1902)"

Bernard-Onraët, Hugh ›

It is with very great regret that we record the untimely death of Lieut. H. Bernard-Onraë t, R.A.M.C., who was killed at the relief of Ladysmith on February 27th. Educated…

Bryant, Hugh Arnold ›

Hugh Arnold Bryant died at Bloemfontein, O.R.C., June 7th. Guy’ s men of the years 1886 to 1892 will hear with much regret of the death from enteric fever at…

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, Crockerton…

Fitzhugh, Richard Truman ›

Richard Truman Fitz Hugh, M.B.Lond., Medical Officer to the Imperial Yeomanry Hospital, South Africa. It is with deep regret that we record the death of Dr. Richard…

Hughes, Lawson Jervis ›

Hughes on June 11th, killed at Kroonstad, Lawson Jervis, Imperial Yeomanry Field  Hospital, eldest son of Robert H. Hughes M.A., M/B. Cambs, Plymouth aet 22. Guy’s…

Hughes, Matthew Louis

Hughes, Matthew Louis ›

Captain Matthew Louis Hughes, Royal Army Medical Corps, was killed in action at Colenso, Dec. 15th, 1899. He was a son of Col. Emilius Hughes, C.B., A.S.C., of Guildford,…

Jones, Thomas ›

We regret to record the death of a well-known and distinguished Guy’s man, Professor Thomas Jones, F.R.C.S. and., of Owens College. Mr. Jones was, at the time of…

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…

Russell, Frederick Murray ›

Many old Guy’s men, and some of the members of the /junior Staff, will remember Frederick Murray Russell, Better known as “George”. We learn with regret that he…

Sells, Charles Bernard ›

It is with great regret that we have to announce the death of C.B. Sells, of enteric at Deelfontein. Most of those now at the hospital will remember him well. He…

Veitch, Quintin Read ›

Major Quintin R. Veitch, Cape Volunteer Medical Staff Corps   (Cape Mounted Rifles), died of heart disease at Cape Town. Feb. 2nd 1902. The Last Post, Mildred Dooner

Walker, Charles Pope ›

Charles Pope Walker:: We regret to notice the announcement of the death of Major C. Pope Walker from dysentery at Ladysmith on January 5th. He was the youngest…

Wellford, Francis ›

Surg. Capt. Francis Wellford, M.A., M.B., B.C. Cantab. Among the many brave men who fell at the recent battle of Vlakfontein, was one whose death will be read of…

Whicher, Stanley ›

It is with great regret that we notify you of the death of Stanley Whicher, M.B. Lond., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., civil surgeon attached to the R.A.M.C., of enteric fever…

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