Sgt. Robert Patrick SHORTELL 1819-1915 Army Hospital corps. He invented a wheeled stretcher support on springs for which he was awarded a Silver medal and a Bronze medal from the Emperor Napoleon III for services rendered. He died in Pound street Bitterne and is buried in the cemetery there.
William SINCLAIR was a Staff Surgeon and was buried in the cemetery on 4th May 1871. Chaplain W. Ponsford took the service.
Mr J. SINGLETON
Miss Adams SMITH Manchester Courier 6th August 1904
Arthur De Winton SNOWDEN.During the Great War, 1914-19, Temp. Major, R.A.M.C. in charge of Medical division, British Red Cross Hospital, Netley.
Miss Elizabeth A. STALEY
Miss Kathleen Sinclair STEWART, Matron of Welsh National Hospital, Netley died on Sunday, 20/10/1918 from pneumonia following on an attach of influenza. Burial unknown.
Mrs L.C. STRONG
Miss L.M. STUART Bath Chronicle 19th February 1927
Capt. Llewellyn Lancelot Graeme THORPE RAMC was at the hospital in the 1911 census.
Surgeon General Sir Edmond TOWNSEND see Royal Victoria Hospital Early Life
Lieut. Col. William TRAVERS SWAN RAMC was at the hospital in the 1911 census.
Miss E. TRODD
Miss M. VINE
Surgeon Major-General W.M. WEBB
Capt. Alfred Fullam WESTON RAMC was at the hospital in the 1911 census.
Sister Elizabeth WHELDON Bath Chronicle 23rd September 1880
Edward WILKINSON was believed to have been a Quarter Master in the British Medical Corps. Edward was serving at the Royal Victoria Hospital Netley, Southampton as a Sergeant in the Military Hospital in 1871 census.
He died in the West Indies in 1885 age 37.
Thanks to Ken on ancestry.
Schoolmaster David WILLIAMS was buried on 12th December 1867 aged 27 years. Service was taken by Chaplain J.A. Crozier.
Q.M.S. H. WILSON
Capt. Richard Chapman WILSON RAMC was at the hospital in the 1911 census.
Rev George Hudson WYLDE at Netley Hospital1881-3.