Surgeon General William Alexander MacKINNON - please click here: http://www.maltaramc.com/staffmo/m/mackinnonwa.html

Fanny Macnamara MacLEOD was a V.A.D. in 1917. British Red Cross Society Volunteers.

Arthur Herbert MANNING. Acting Chaplain 1905 - 1906.

Major Claude MARTIN RAMC was at the hospital in the 1911 census.

Jennie MARTIN was head cook in 1917. British Red Cross Society Volunteers.

Frances MAXWELL was a dispenser in 1917. British Red Cross Society Volunteers.

Grace Victoria Gore McCLURE was a nurse in 1917. British Red Cross Society Volunteers.

Major James Robert McMUNN RAMC was at the hospital in the 1911 census.

Mr A. MENZIES
Mrs E.M. MERRY
G. MILES R.A.M.C. Portsmouth Evening News 13th September 1922

Capt. Alfred Henry McNeil MITCHELL RAMC was at the hospital in the 1911 census.

Henry NAPIER was a stoker at the hospital. He lived in Denzel Ave. Netley, from Tricia Napier on the Netley Hospital Heritage Group Facebook page.

Surgeon Major General W. NASH see Royal Victoria Hospital Early Life

Army and Navy Gazette 25th January 1902.

Daisy Beatrice NEWMAN was a wardmaid in 1917.British Red Cross Society Volunteers.

Miss Anne PAGET The Evening Telegraph October 19th 1939

Gertrude Clara PALMER was an assistant cook in 1917. British Red Cross Society Volunteers.

Emma Louisa Mary PARKER  was an assistant cook in 1917. British Red Cross Society Volunteers.

Lieut. Robert Colin PARIS RAMC was at the hospital in the 1911 census.

Mr H. PARRY Clerk of Works. Hampshire Advertiser 15th April 1865.

Annie PHILLIPS was a Laboratory clerk in 1917. British Red Cross Society Volunteers.

Surgeon Major POPE see Royal Victoria Hospital Early Life

Mr A.W. POTTER

Staff Nurse Adeline Beatrice Gertrude PRIESTLY was at Netley 1915-1916.

Sister QUINN see Royal Victoria Hospital Early Life

L.READ, C.T. HAYWARD AND F. RUSSELL R.A.M.C. Portsmouth Evening News 20th April 1927
Miss E. RIGELSFORD
Mr. W. RIGLESFORD

Priscilla Pym ROBERTS was a Sister-in-charge in 1917. British Red Cross Society Volunteers.

Kathleen Victoria Fanny Mead ROBINS was a Chaffeuse in 1917. British Red Cross Society Volunteers.

Rochdale Observer 27th February 1915

Dorothy Louise RUTHEN was a lift attendant in 1917. British Red Cross Society Volunteers.

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