Pte. George J. Garland died 8th August 1916 and is buried in Gravesend Cemetery.
Albert James Garner - 2nd Royal Marines - died 17th September 1915. Buried in Leicester.
Pte. Ernest Harold Gilling
Pte. Charles Henry Glaire died at Netley on 10th October 1914 and is buried in Ventnor cemetery Isle of Wight.
William Goodwin died at Netley on 17th August 1918.
Pte. Tom Green who died 7th November 1918 and is buried in Wilford Churchyard Nottingham.
Pte. Robert Leonard Grinter died 10th September 1915 and is buried in Chideock.
Pte. Peter Grubb
Alexander Guyan - Able Seaman - died 9th December 1916. Buried in Aberdeen.
Major Dermot Robert Hanlon
David Hamilton Hardisty died 1950.
Buried in Hound churchyard
Captain David Henry Harman died at Red Cross hospital of illness on 2nd May 1916 and is buried in Kensal Green Cemetery.
David John Harrington died July 23rd 1916 age 26 years.
Arthur Hebblethwaite died on October 29th 1914. Husband of Ada, he is buried in Norton.
Rifleman T. Heeley died in Netley 9th November 1916 and is buried in Sheffield cemetery.
2nd Lieut. Patrick Gordon Henderson died 2nd May 1918 and is buried in Lewisham cemetery.
Pte T A HICKSON, 2nd Cheshires whose home is at 46 Rhyd Terrace, Tredegar, died at Netley Hospital on or about 12/03/1915 from wounds received at the front. His body was brought to his home and he will be interred with military honours on Saturday.
2 SOLDIERS KILLED IN CRASH STATIONED IN CHELTENHAM
Two young soldiers of 594 Coy. R.A.S.C., Cheltenham, were fatally injured when an ambulance overturned in a collision with an 8 h.p. motor-car at Woolston, Southampton, on Sunday afternoon. The dead men are Driver Roy Desmond HOBLYN (20), and L/Cpl. Alfred John COOK (24). In the ambulance with them and suffering from injuries were the driver Sgt. Robert Martin, also of 594 Coy., R.A.S.C., Pte. Samuel Porter, R.A.M.C., stationed at Gloucester, and a military patient, a member of the Royal Welch Fusiliers, who was being taken to the Royal Military Hospital, Netley. Driver Hoblyn and L/Cpl. Cook both died within a few hours of admission to the hospital. The other three military personnel were taken to Netlev Hospital after treatment. The driver of the private car, Mr. C. Pitches (43), of Church Road, Woolston, was able to proceed to his home after treatment for bruises and shock. Hoblyn's home is at Cumberland Road. Oxford, and Cook comes from Weare Street, Bath Bridge, Bristol.
Gloucestershire Echo 16th June 1947
Pte D W HOPKINS
wounded in France, died at NH on 17/11/1915, buried at Pontrhydyfen on 22/11/1915. He had a brother called Hughie.
David William Howard died in Netley 27th June 1918 and is buried in Cookham Dean churchyard.
Joseph Henry Hughes (Australian) died 28th April 1916 in Netley and is buried in Plymouth.
Pte Richard Hughes, 13th Battalion West Regiment, of Pontygwaith was laid to rest at Trealaw Cemetery, Tonypandy, Mid Glamorgan, having been conveyed from the RVH, Netley about 31/12/1918.
1632 Pte. Thomas Jefferson died 11th October 1901 and was buried in Netley cemetery, then later removed and reburied possibly in Durham. Thanks to Kathy Gilman.
Sapper Selby Jelbart 150633 from the Inland Water Transport Royal Engineers died at Netley on 22nd November 1917 age 21. He was the son of John Treweeke Jelbart and Phylis Jelbart. He is the only war grave in the Crows-An-Wra cemetry in St. Buryan Cornwall.
My thanks to Penny Worledge for this information.
Pte. Richard Fisher Johnson died at Netley on 30th September 1916 and is buried in All Saints Churchyard Barwick in Elmet Leeds.
Kelly - Reginald Owen, passed away on September 2nd. Netley Hospital. Illness was contracted in North Africa, only son of Mrs. and the late Mr. Kelly, Heidelberg Road, Southsea. and brother Beatie and Vincent Golbey ot 38. Green Lane. His duty nobly done.
Portsmouth Evening News 7th September 1943
Joseph Sidney King died at Netley on 8th October 1915 and is buried in Cheltenham cemetery.
Clement Henry Kray died 22nd January 1915 and is buried in New Southgate Cemetery, Enfield.
Alan Ladd died at Netley on the 14th October 1918 and is buried in Long Sutton.
Gunner Angus Henry Lamb died 29th March 1919 and is buried in Hickling Churchyard.
Samuel Percy Lamb died in Netley 19th August 1916 and is buried in Bedford Cemetery.
Rudolf Lanz served his apprenticeship as locksmith-car mechanic. For exile via Poland. He served with No 311 Sqn as Flight Mechanic E. Due to Rudolph`s fleeding was his sister sent to Germany to work there for the Third Reich and his brother was tortured in the Brno Kounic Dorm Facility. Rudolf Lanz died at the Victoria Netley Hospital on Oct 29, 1943. Courtesy of his niece Rose Fisher. He is buried in Brookwood Cemetery.
John Thomas Leitch died 21st September 1919 and is buried at Ventnor cemetery. http://www.isle-of-wight-memorials.org.uk/people_l/leitch_jt.htm
Cpl. Robert Kenneth Lewis died 26th May 1915 and is buried in Panteg cemetery.
Charles Alfred Light died 17th January 1920. Buried in Southampton Old Cemetery Hill lane. http://southamptoncenotaph.com/charles-alfred-light/
Sgt. David Arthur Lovell
William Lowe - Able Seaman - died 16th February 1918. Buried in Lancashire.