Pte. Richard Sandham died December 22nd 1918 and is buried in Fleetwood Lancashire.

Brigadier Arthur Penrice Sayer died at Netley in March 1962 and is buried in ?

Sgt. Wilfred Sewell died in Netley on 8th July 1916 and is buried in Woodhouse Hill cemetery Hunslet. 

George Herbert Shooter died in Netley on 23rd April 1916 and is buried in Tibshelf churchyard.

Bewick Sisson died on 26th March 1915 and is buried in Ilkeston Derbyshire. UK Army Registers of Soldiers Effects.

Pte. Horace Victor Smart

Gilbert Edward Smith died at Netley on 27th August 1916. He is buried in St. Mary Churchyard, Overton. From an Ancestry tree.

Pte. H.J. Smith. Cheltenham Chronicle 13th February 1915.
Pte. James Alexander Edington Smith is buried in North Berwick old churchyard.

Lieut. James Smith died 1st April 1918 aged 53 and is buried in Elgin new cemetery.

Leonard Charles Sparkes died at Netley 4th July 1916 and is buried in Mill Rd Cemetery. 

Rifleman L.J. Stapleford. Derby Telegraph 3rd September 1915.

John Ballantyne Stirling died at Netley on 18th August 1917 and is buried in Polmont churchyard Stirlingshire.


Photo kindly taken by Colin Seivwright.

Thomas Strang Royal Engineers died 17th Oct 1915 buried Camelon Cemetery Falkirk Scotland.



Photo kindly taken by Colin Seivwright.

Nurse Ada Stanley who died on December 23rd 1915.

Sapper Thomas Strang. Falkirk Herald 20th October 1915.

John Charles Stuart 2nd Lieut. 5th Scottish Rifles died 23rd Feb 1917 aged 22

buried at Glasgow Western Necropolis.


Photo kindly taken by Colin Seivwright.

Major James Fearnley Stuart died at Netley on 5th May 1907.

REF: Major James Fearnley STEWART.
Row 14 Grave No. 11 SECTION C. (St. Mary the Virgin Church, Hound. Netley)
In Loving Memory of Major James Fearnley Stewart lat 14th Murrays JAT Lancers died at Netley 5 May 1907 aged 44.

Thank you Anne Jackson.

Frederick Charles Sutton died at Netley on 8th September 1918 and is buried in Melton Suffolk.

Gunner George Henry Sweet died 4th October buried in Tollerton churchyard. Nottingham and Evening Post 7th October 1916

Arthur/Albert Tarr died at Netley on 13th May 1915 and is buried in Exeter Cemetery.

Walter John Tebby was injured in July 1916 and died at Netley Hospital on 23 July 1916. He is buried in St Eadburgha's Church, Broadway and commemorated on the war memorial in Broadway.

From Debbie Williamson

 Allan Thomas writes: I have a Great Uncle who died in the RVH on 22nd Nov 1919. He was Sapper Belmont Thomas service no 333130 and died of meningitis and convulsions. He was treated by Maj. TA Stephens RAMC, the Chief Resident Officer. Sapper Thomas is buried in Anfield cemetery Liverpool.

Staffordshire Advertiser 14th November 1914
Pte. Harry Travis. Rochdale Observer 26th July 1916. Buried in Rochdale.

Pte Charles Wilfred Truelove, who died at Netley Hospital November 14th 1918.

Pte. Robert George Tull
Lt. C.R Turner Gloucestershire Chronicle 6th November 1915.

Lt. Charles Rushton Turner  fell from his horse and is buried in Christchurch Cemetery.

Rifleman Walter Turner died on 4th April 1916 and is buried in Philips Park cemetery Manchester.
Lieutenant Douglas Tweedy-Smith died 10th April 1916 - Flight magazine
Pte. Thomas Uwins is buried in Southwick churchyard
Pte. Thomas Edwin Wadsworth

Cpl.Adrian Wakeman died 17th July 1916



David Gray Walker died 21st July 1916 buried Irvine Old Parish Church Ayrshire Scotland, RGA Reg Number 130

Thomas Walker died 6th Sept 1915 KOSB 848 buried Annan Cemetery, Dumfries Scotland. Daily Record 9th September 1915
Edgar Frank Walsh is buried in Highland Rd cemetery Portsmouth.

Pte. 268085 George Robert Warbrick died 7th October 1917, buried in Lancaster cemetery. 

Pte. William Warland died at Netley on 19th April 1920 aged 30 years and is buried in Southampton Old Cemetery.

Frank E. was buried in Hither Green cemetery.
Lce.Sgt. Watson Daily Record 25th October 1915

Harry Keith Crichton Weir 

Pte. William Frank West

Pte. Charles Ronald Whitaker died in the Welsh Hospital at Netley of pneumonia on 14th February 1919. He was based in the Remount Depot at Swaythling. He is buried  in Nottingham Church Cemetery. (Nottingham County Council Roll of Honour)

Corporal Wilson Wiles died at Netley on July 5th 1900 and is buried in Redcar cemetery.

21561 Private Thomas John Williams.Died April 5th 1917. Grave is in Bethesda'r Fro churchyard Near Boverton South Wales. Thanks to Hugh Trainer for this photo.

Captain Herbert Silverthorne Williams died on 21st December 1881.

Driver 66765 Joseph Park Wilson died 26th February 1916 and is buried in Lancaster cemetery.

William Edward Windebank Hampshire Advertiser July 25th 1900

News has been received by Mrs Milligan, 62 Rosefield Road, Troqueer, Dumfries, that her son, Pte. William Wilson, 5th K. 0.5.8., died on Tuesday 18th June 1940 at Netley Hospital as the result of a wound in the thorax from an anti-tank bullet. The wound was received during period of intense fighting when Pte. Wilson and his comrades were assisting in covering the evacuation of the British troops. He himself was tank driver, and although only nineteen years of age last month was well known for his daring. Prior to the outbreak of war he had served six months with the 4th K.O.S. 8., and when hostilities began he was called and transferred to the 5th K. 0.5.8. He was a young man of a likeable disposition and was well known in Dumfries. His first job leaving school was at the chocolate stall at the Lyceum Theatre. Thereafter he was with Air John Campbell, builders’ merchant, Buccleuch Street, and, before joining up, with the Motor Salvage Coy., King Street, Maxwelltown. The funeral will take place to-day at 2.30 from Rosefield Road to St Andrew’s Cemetery.

Dumfries and Galloway Standard 22/06/1940.

Lance Cpl.Hector Winterbottom 1st K.O.S.B. died at Netley on January 22nd 1922 and is buried in St. Thomas's Church Friarmere.

Anne Woodward died at Netley Hospital 30th august 1869. She was at her son's residence, CPM Woodward Army Medical Dept. She is buried in Southampton Old Cemetery Hill Lane.

Pte. William B. Wright Daily Record 4th February 1916
Cpl. W. WYLES Daily Gazette 6th July 1900
York Herald 14th July 1900

John Wyper - Able Seaman Higher Grade - died 20th December 1916. Buried in Glasgow.

John Young accidentally met his death at Netley Hospital 12th August 1861 aged 56. He is buried in Southampton Old Cemetery Hill Lane.

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