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AUGUST 1, 190 8. 







Almanack v 

Historical SuQiuiary xvii 

Charters xxvii 

The Medical Act, Royal College of Surgeons of England, 1875 Ixxvii 

Bye-Laws Ixxxi 

Trustees of the Hunterian Collection J 

Members of Council 2 

Committees : — 

Museum, Library, General Purposes, Finance, Annual Report of Council . . . . 3 

Professors and Lecturers .'» 

Officers of tlie College 4 

Members of the Court of Examiners 5 

Board of Examiners in Anatomy and Physiology for the Fellowship o 

Board of Examiners in Dental Surgery 5 

Conjoint Examining Board in England : — 

Examiners 6 

Committee of Management 8 

Representatives of College in General Medical Council and Universities, &c 9 

Representative on Central Mid wives Board 9 

Representatives on Executive Committee of Imperial Cancer Research Fund . . . . 9 

Original Appointment and SuccCfision of Trustees of the Hunterian Collection . . . . 10 

Masters and Presidents from 1800 ] 2 

Members of Court of Assistants from 1800 to 1822 13 

Members of Council from 1822 13 

Members of Court of Examiners from 1800 15 

Board of Examiners in Anatomy and Physiology, 1875 to 1883 16 

Board of Examiners in Anatomy and Physiology — Fellowsliip — from 1884 . . . . 16 

Board of Examiners in Midwifery from 1852 to 1875 3 7 

Board of Examiners in Dental Surgery from 1 8<30 ] 7 

Examiners in Medicine from 1868 to 188() 18 

Examiners in Midwifery, 1881 18 

Conjoint Examining Board in England : — 

Examiners from 1884 ] 9 

Representatives on Committee of Management from 1884 2t) 

Officers of the College from 1800 21 

Representatives of CoUege in General Medical Council from 1858 . . . . , . . . 22 

Hunterian Oration and List of Orators , . , . . . 2'i 

Hunterian Lectures and List of Professors , 24 

Arris and Gale Lectures and List of Lecturers from 1810 26 

Erasmus Wilson Lectures and List of Lecturers , 28 

Bradshaw Lecture and List of Lecturers 28 

Morton Lecture on Cancer and Cancerous Diseases and List of Lecturers 29 

Jacksonian Prize ; List of Prizemen and their Essays 30 

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Triennial Prize and John Hunter Medal ; List of Prizemen and tlieir Essays .... 

Honorary Medal and List of Medallists ^^ 

Honorary Membership and List of Honorary Members 38 

Plane Medals and List of Medallists ^^ 

Walker Prize and List of Prizemen ^^ 

John Tomes Prize and List of Prizemen . . . . ^^ 

Oartwrio:ht Prize and Medal ^^ 

Jenks Scholarship and List of Scholars 41 

Begley Studentship ^ 

List of Donors and Benefactors 4-" 

Eegulations of the Conjoint Examining Board in England . . . . 43 

Synopses indicating range of Subjects of Examinations 50 

Regulations relating to the Diploma of Fellow 58 

Regulations relating to Election to the Fellowship 60 

Regulations relating to the Diploma in Dental Surgery 61 

List of recognized Dental Hospitals and Schools . . . . ^ 65 

Synopses indicating range of Subjects of Dental Examinations 66 

Regulations relating to the Diploma in Public Health 71 

List of recognized Hospitals and Schools . . .... 74 

List of Honorary Fellows ' ^1 

Register of Fellows in Chronological Order 8-3 

Register of Fellows in Alphabetical Order, with their Addresses , . . 100 

List of Members I'^l 

List of Licentiates in Midwifery 281 

List of Licentiates in Dental Surgery 28-5 

List of Diplomates in Public Health 305 

Results of Examinations 312 

Report of -Proceedings of Council 315 

Museum, its institution and development 350 

„ Conservator's Report 352 

„ Regulations as to Admission 35o 

„ List of Catalogues r . ■ , 355 

Library, its formation and development 359 

,, Regulations as to Admission , 362 

Common Room for Fellows and Members — Regulations 362 

Academical Costume 363 

Form of Bequest 363 

Receipts and Expenditure, Statement of 364 

Prizes : — Regulations for Triennial, Jacksoniau, Walker, John Tomes, and Cartwnght 

Prizes 368 

Begley Studentship : — Regulations 370 


8th Month. 

AUGUST xxxi days. 







S. Collesre closed. 







Seventh Sunday after Trinity. 
Library and Secretary's Office closed. 
Library closes at G p.m. this month. 















Eighth Sunday after Trinity. 

XiNTH Sunday after Trinity. 

Tenth Sunday after Trinity. 

Eleventh Sunday after Trinity. 


9tli Month. 

SEPTEMBER xxx days. 




Museum and Library closed this month. 










Twelfth Sunday after Trinity. 













Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity. 















Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity. 














Vacant Examinership in (a) Dental Surgery, 

(6) Physiology, 


Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity. 






Michaelmas Day. 






10th Month. 

OCTOBER xxxi days. 


Th. I Museum and Library re-opened, 
r. I Court of Examiners at Examination Hall : 5 p.m. 

Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity. 

Committee on Annual Keport: 4 p.m. Museum Committee: 4.45 p.m. 

Committee of Management: 8.30 p.m. 

Jenks Scholarship Committee : 4.45 p.m. Last day for applications 

[for Examinership in {a) Dental Surgery, (6) Physiology. 

General Purposes Committee: 4 p.m. Library Committee: 4.45 p.m. 

Pass Examination for Membership begins. 

Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity. 
Nomination Committee : 4 p.m. 

Executive Committee, Cancer Fund : 5 p.m. j-/j\ physioloev 

Quarterly CouncD : 4 p.m. Elect, of Examiner in {a) Dent. Surg., 

John Hunter died, 1793. Demonstration, Surgical Pathology : 

[Prof. Keith : 5 p.m. 

Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity. 

Demonstration, Surgical Pathology: Prof. Shattock : 12 noon. 

Demonstration, Surgical Pathology: Prof. Keith: 5p.m. 

Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity. 

Demonstration, Surgical Pathology : Prof. Keith: 5 p.m. 

N.B. First, Second, and Third Examinations of the Conjoint Eiannnnig Bottrd in Eng]a))d 
are held in this month. 


11th Month. 






























Twentieth Sunday after Trinity, 

Einance Committee : 4 p.m. Primary Fellowship Exam, begins. 
Examination for Licence in Dental (Surgery begins. 

Twenty-first Sunday after Trinity. 

Last day for notices of Motion for Meeting of Fellows and Members 

Hnnterian Trustees : 4 p.m. Exec. Comm., Cancer Fund: 5 p.m. 
Ordinary Council : 4 p.m. 

Twenty-second Sunday after Trinity. 

Demonstration, Surgical Pathology: Prof. Shattock : 12 noon. 
[Court of Examiners at Examination Hall : 5 p.m. 

Annual Meeting of Fellows and Members : 3 p.m. 

Final Fellowship : AVritten Examination : 1.30-5.30 p.m. 

Twenty-third Sunday after Trinity. 

Final Fellowship : Operations Examination : 2 p.m. 

Final Fellowship : Clinical & Surgical Anat. Exams. : 1.30 p.m. 

Final Fellowship : Clinical & Surgical Anat. Exams. : 1.30 p.m. 

Final Fellowship : Viva voce Examination : 5 p.m. 

Final Fellowship : Viva voce Examination : 5 p.m. 

First Sunday in Advent. 

Demonstration, Surgical Pathology : Prof. Shattock : 12 noon. 


12th Month 

DECEMBER xxxi days. ] 908. 







Committee on Annual Report : 4 p.m. 



Bradshaw Lecture : Sir W. Watson Cheyne, Bart. : 5 p.m. 





Second Sunday in Advent. 





Committee of Management : 8.30 p.m. 



Executive Committee, Cancer Fund : 5 p.m. 



Ordinary Council : 4 p.m. 







Third Sunday in Advent. 



Demonstration, Surgical Pathology : Prof. Shattock : 12 noon. 

- 15. 











Fourth Sunday in Advent. 





Committee of Management : 8.30 p.m. 







Christmas Day. 



College closed. 



First Sunday aiter Christmas. 










Last day for Jacksonian Prize Essays. 


1st Month. 

JANUARY xxxi days. 








Second Sunday apter Christmas. 








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General Purposes Comm. : 4 p.m. Library Committee 

: 4.45 P.M. 



Museum Committee : 3.45 p.m. 





First Sunday after Epiphany. 



Court of Examiners at Examination Hall : 5 p.m. 





Executive Committee, Cancer Fund: 5 p.m. 



Quarterly Council : 4 p.m. 



Pass Examination for Membership begins. 





Second Sunday after Epiphany. 



Demonstration, Surgical Pathology : Prof. Shattock : 

12 noon. 













Third Sunday after Epiphany. 















Fourth Sunday after Epiphany. 

N.B. First, Second, and Third Examinations of the Conjoint Examining Board in England 
are held during this mouth. 


2nd Month. 

FEBRUARY xxviii days. 






















Finance Committee : 4 p.m. 

Septuagesima Sunday. 

Demonstration, Surgical Pathology : Prof. Shattock : 12 noon. 

Hunterian Trustees: 4 p.m. Exec. Comm., Cancer Fund : o p.m. 
Ordinary Council : 4 p.m. 

Sexagesima Sunday, John Hunter born, 1728. 

Hunterian Oration : Mr. Henry Morris : 4 p.m. Hunterian 

[Dinner : 8 p.m. 

Quinquagesima Sunday. 

Hunterian Lecture : Prof. William \y right : 5 p.m. 

Shrove Tuesday. 

Ash Wednesday. Hunterian Lecture: Prof . Wm. Wright : 5 p.m. 

Hunterian Lecture : Prof. William Wright : 5 p.m. 


First Sunday in Lent. 


3rd Month. 

MARCH xxxi days. 




1 2. 




























































Hunterian Lecture : Prof. Arthur Keith : 5 p.m. 

Hunteriun Lecture : Prof. Arthur Keith : 5 p.m. 

Hunterian Lecture : Prof. Arthur Keith : 5 p.m. 

Second Sunday in Lent. 

Hunterian Lecture : Prof. Arthur Keith : 5 p.m. 

Committee of Management : 8.30 p.m. [Cancer Fund : 5 p.m. 

Hunterian Lecture : Prof. Arthur Keith : 5 p.m. Exec. Comm., 

Jacksonian Committee: 3.30 p.m. Ordinary Council : 4 p.m. 

Hunterian Lecture : Prof. Arthur Keith : 5 p.m. 

Third Sunday in Lent. 

Hunterian Lecture : Prof. S. G. Shattock : 5 p.m. 

Hunterian Lecture : Prof. C. W. llowntree : 5 p.m. 

Hunterian Lecture : Prof. S. G. Shattock : 5 p.m. 

Fourth Sunday in Lent. 

Committee of Management : 8.30 p.m. 

Lady Day. General Purposes Comra. : 4 p.m. Library Comm. : 
Museum Committee : 4 p.m. [4.4o p.m. 

Fifth Sunday in Lent. 


4th 3 


APRIL XXX days. 1909. 


Quarterly Council : 4 p.m. 







Palm Sunday. 






Court of Examiners at Examination Hall : 5 p.m. 





Good Friday. College closed. 



CoUege closed. 


Easter Day. 



Library and Secretary's Office closed. 





Executive Committee, Cancer Fund : 5 p.m. 





Pass Examination for Membership begins. [advertised. 




Vacant Examinership in Surgery and Annual Examinerships 


Low Sunday. 











Demonstration, Surgical Pathology : Prof. Keith : 5 p.m. 




Second Sunday after Easter. 












Demonstr., Surgical Pathology: Prof. Keith: 5 p.m. Examination 

[tor Licence in Dental Surgery begins. 

N.B. First, Second, and Third Examinations of the Conjoint Examining Board in England 
are held during this montb. 


5tli Month. MAY xxxi days. 1909. 













Third Sunday after Easter. 

Last day for applications for Examinerships in Surgery and Annual 

Finance Committee : 4 p.m. Primary Fellowship Exam, begins. 

Demonstration, Surgical Pathology : Prof. Keith : 5 p.m. 

Vacant Lectureships advertised. 












Fourth Sunday after Easter. 

Nomination Committee : 3.55 p.m. Court of Examiners at Exam. 

[Hall: 5 p.m. 

Hunterian Trustees : 4 p.m. Exec. Comm., Cancer Fund : 5 p.m. 
Ordinary Council: 4p.m. Election of Examiner in Surgery. 
Final Fellowship : Written Examination : 1.30-5.30 p.m. 






Rogation Sunday. 

Final Fellowship : Operations Examination : 2 p.m. 

Final Fellowship : Clinical and Surg. Anat. Exams. : 1.30 p.m. 

Final Fellowship : Clinical and Surg. Anat. Exaras : 1.30 p.m. 

Ascension Day. Final Fellowship : Viva voce Exam. : 5 p.m. 

Final Fellowship : Viva voce Examination : 5 p.m. 







Sunday after Ascension. 

Date of Council Election announced. 

College closed. 


M. . 

Whit Sunday. 

Library and Secretary's OfRce closed. 


6th Month. 

JUNE XXX days. 






Last day for applications for Lectureships. 





Last day for receiving forms from Candidates for Council. 





TRiNiir Sunday. 





Committee of Management : 8.30 p.m. 



Executive Committee, Cancer Fund : 5 p.m. 



Nomination Committee : 3 P.M. Ordinary Council: 4 p.m. Annual 



[Election of Examiners. 





First Sund.^y after Trinity. 





Voting-papers issued for Council Election. 










Second Sunday after Trinity. 



Museum Committee : 4 p.m. 



General Purposes Committee : 4 p.ji. Library Committee : 5 p.m. 



[Committee of Management : 8.30 p.m. 



Midsummer Day. 



Arris and Gale Lecture : Dr. G. Elliot Smith : 5 p.m. 





I'hird Sunday after Trinity. 



Arris and Gale Lecture : Dr. G. Elliot Smith : 5 p.m. 





Arris and Gale Lecture ; Dr. G. Elliot Smith : 5 p.m. 


7th Month. 

JULY xxxi days. 1909. 



Election of Members of Council. 







Fourth Sunday after Trinity. 



Court of Examiners : 5 p.m. 






Quarterly Council : 4 p.m. Election of President, Vice-Presidents, 



Pass Examination for Membership begins. [and Lecturers. 



Fifth Sunday after Trinity. 





Committee of Management : 8.30 p.m. 



Hunterian Trustees : 4 p.m. Exec. Comm., Cancer Fund : 5 p.m. 








Sixth Sunday after Trinity. 















Seventh Sunday after Trinity. 





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N.B. First, Second, and Third Examinations of tiie Conjoint Examining Board in England 
are held in this month. 



THE early history of the Kotal College op Surgeons op England is Orifrin of the 
the history of two Companies, which, existing at first as separate ^ ^^^* 
fraternities or guilds, were for a time united into one hody corporate, 
and finally became resolved again into two distinct Corporations. One 
of these, the Barbers' Company of London, is first definitely mentioned, The Barbers' 

in the records preserved at the Guildhall, in the year 1308, when Bichard Company first 
^ ' J ^ mentioned in 

le Barber was presented and sworn before the Court of Aldermen as 1308. 

Master and Supervisor of the Barbers' Guild ; and from an Ordinance 

of the City made in the previous year it is evident that the Barbers of 

London were at that time engaged in the practice of at least some 

branches of Surgery. The other Company, known as the Fellowship mi <;, ,, 

or Guild of Surgeons, is mentioned in the City records in the year 1369, Guild men- 

when two Masters were sworn before the Court of Aldermen and given 

power to report the faults of unskilful Surgeons. 

Between these two bodies there was for many years a keen rivalry Eivalry be- 

and iealousy. Each tried by turns to attain supremacy of authority ^^^'^ ^"f two 
'> -^ '' r J J Companies. 

and jurisdiction in matters relating to the practice of Surgery. In the 

year 1376 the Barbers made a complaint to the Mayor and Aldermen Barbers' Ord- 

against unskilled practitioners in Surgery, and obtained an Ordinance V!l^^ ^^ 

providing that two Masters should be appointed annually to direct and 

rule the Craft, to inspect instruments, and to see that none should be 

admitted to the franchise of the City except after attestation of their 

skill by good examination. Fourteen years later, however, four Masters Surgeons' Ord- 

of the Surgeons' Guild were sworn before the Court of Aldermen, and 'fiance of 

thei/ were invested with the power of scrutiny among persons practising 

Surgery and with authority to present defaults. But in the year 1410 Barbers' Ord- 

the Barbers obtained from the Court of Aldermen confirmation of the Ji^aJice eon- 

. , firmed in 

privileges granted to them in 1376 with the addition that they should i4io. 

1908. b 


be enjoyed " without the scrutiny of any person or persons of any other 

craft or trade under any name whatsoever other than the craft or trade 

of the said Barbers." 

Barbers' Com- "j^j^e Barbers' Company was by this time assuming a twofold character, 

two - fold cha- for it consisted or two classes ot members, those who were Barbers simply 

racter. ^^ practised only the minor branches of Surgery, such as blood-letting and 

tooth-drawing, and those who exercised the faculty of Surgery. In the 

year 1415 the Mayor and Aldermen required the Company to furnish 

them with a list of all the latter class of members, from which they 

selected two as Masters of those practising Surgery, leaving to the 

Company itself the election of the Masters of the Barbers. Meanwhile 

the Guild of Surgeons sought an alliance with the Physicians. About 

Tsmporary the year 1423, probably through the influence of Thomas Morstede 

Surgeons' (^ Surgeon who accompanied Henry V. to Agincourt and who was 

Gii'ld with afterwards Surgeon to Henry VI.), they obtained an Ordinance from 
Physicians in * j /•> j 

1423. the Court of Aldermen having for its object an association or Commonalty 

of Physicians and Surgeons. Portified by the support of the Physicians, 
the Surgeons once more challenged the surgical privileges of the Barbers, 
but these were again confirmed by the Mayor and Aldermen in 1424. 
The scheme for a combination of Physicians and Surgeons fell through, 
but the Surgeons continued a separate body with Ordinances for the 
government of their Society. The volume containing these Ordinances, 
which were made in the year 1435, is still in existence and is now 
in the possession of the Barbers' Company. 

Tne Barbers Preed from opposition, the Barbers' Company continued to grow in 
injorporated importance, and in the vear 1462 the right of its members to practise 

byJidwMrfl IV. ^ ^ <^ j. 

in 1462. Surgery was definitely established by Letters Patent granted by 

Edwaed IV. in the first year of his reign. This Charter, from which 

Provisions of the Koyal College of Surgeons of England, as recited in the Charter of 

the Charter of ^SOO, dates its constitutional history as a body corporate, was granted to 
1st Ld ward! V. ' *^ ./ j. 7 o 

the Freemen of the Mystery of Barbers of the City of London practising 
Surgery. They were made one Body and Perpetual Community with a 
Common Seal and with power to hold lands and make Bye-Laws. Provision 
was made for the annual election of two Masters to rule the Community, 
to have the scrutiny and government of aU persons practising Surgery 
in London and its suburbs, as well as the supervision of their instruments 


and medicines, and to have power to inflict punishment upon offenders 

by fines, imprisonment and other reasonable means. No person was to 

be allowed to practise Surgery within the City of London and its suburbs 

unless first approved by the Masters of the Company. The surgical 

rights of the Barbers' Company were thus firmly established, and, as 

testimony to the eminence attained by the Surgeons of the Company, it 

is worthy of note that the Senior Warden of the Company, when the 

Charter was granted, was William Hobbes, Serjeant-Surgeon to the 

King — probably the first to hold that ofiice. 

In the year 1493 the Guild of Surgeons, which had continued as a AUiance be- 

separate body, entered into an alliance or " Composition " with the bers" Companv 

Barbers' Company, by which the two Companies agreed each to appoint ^"^ Surgeons' 
^TT -I 1 /. • -. 1 • i, 1 Guild made in 

two Wardens, the tour so appointed to act together in all matters relating 1493. 

to Surgery and to the examination and government of its practitioners. 

The Charter granted by Edward TV. to the Barbers' Company was Of the Act 3rd 

confirmed by Henry VII. and also by Henry YIII., but in 1511 an Act Henry Viri. 

relating to 
(3 Henry VIII. cap. 11) was passed, constituting a further licensing the Eishop's 

authority by enacting that no person should practise as a Physician or ^^^^^^^' i^^^- 

Surgeon in London, or within seven miles of the same, unless first examined 

and approved by the Bishop of London, or the Dean of St. Paul's, with 

the assistance of four Physicians or Surgeons. Two years later, upon the Of the Act 5th 

petition of the Guild of Surgeons, another Act (5 Henry VIII. cap. 6) f^^^^^ ^I^^- 

was passed, providing that a limited number of members of the Fellowship exemption of 

(or Guild) of Surgeons, as also of members of the Barbers' Company duly bearing ^ arnis 

admitted as Surgeons, should be exempt from Constableship and "Watch ?"^ serving on 

juries; 1513. 
and from bearing arms and serving upon inquests and juries within the 

City of London. 

In the teak 1540 the two Companies, which had so long been associated The twoCom- 

by voluntary agreement, were formally united by Act of Parliament, and ^vHenr "vin 

thus entered upon a new era in their career. The Act (32nd Henet VIII. ^^ 1540. 

cap. 42) after reciting that there were two distinct Companies of Surgeons 

in London, one called the Barbers of London and the other the Surgeons 

of London, enacted that the two Companies should from thenceforth be 

united and made one Body Corporate, to be called by the name of the Provisions of 

the Act of 
Masters or Governors of the Mystery and Commonalty of the Barbers and incorporation. 

Surgeons of London. The United Company was to enjoy aU the rights 


and privileges at any time granted to the two separate Companies. Four 

Masters or Governors, two to be Surgeons and two to be Barbers, were to 

be appointed annually ; barbers were forbidden to perform any surgical 

operations, except the drawing of teeth, and surgeons were not to exercise 

the craft of barbery and shaving. Provision was also made for the study 

of Anatomy by giving the Company the right to claim four bodies annually 

The first of persons executed for felony. Thomas Vicaet, Serjeant-Surgeon to 

Master of the Hem-y Ylll. and afterwards to Mary and to Elizabeth, was elected the 

United Com- ^ ^ 

pany and its first Master. The United Company shared the possession of Barbers 

Hall, which is known to have occupied its present site in Monkwell 

Street since 1490 and was probably there even before that. The Hall, 

subsequently added to by Inigo Jones in 1636, is stiU standing, having 

escaped destruction in the Great Pire of London. 

Of the Act The Union thus effected was destined to last for more than two hundred 

34th and 35th years. At first, however, the privileges conferred on the Surgeons of the 

Henry VIII. 

regarding Company appear to have excited opposition, for in the 34th and 35th 

treatment ^^o^ years of Henry VIII. an Act was passed allowing unlicensed persons to 

by unlicensed treat outward sores and swellings with herbs and ointments. 

^ . ' - Durinff the reign of Queen Mary, in the year 1555, Eegulations were 
Origincr ° ° 

Court of drawn up relating to the examination of persons for the Company's 

1555^^"^'*^ '^ Licence to practise. These Eegulations provided for the appointment of 

thirteen Examiners, including the Master and two Governors. This is 

the origin of the Court of Examiners of the Eoyal College of Surgeons of 

England, although it was not until the time of Charles I. that the 

appointment of ten Examiners — the number continued to this day — 

was provided for by Charter. 

_ In the year 1605 the Company obtained a Charter from James I., 

Letters Patent '' _ -^ ' 

of James I, providing that the Governing Body of the Company should consist of four 

th reT^1605^ Masters or Governors, two of whom were to be Surgeons, and twenty -six 

Assistants. The Company was given power to examine Barbers and 

Surgeons, and to prohibit ignorant persons, or such as wilfully refused to 

be examined, from practising. 

p In the year 1629 Charles I. granted a further Charter to the Company, 

of Charles I. providing that ten Ereemen of the Company should be elected and consti- 

thereof' 1629. tuted Examiners of Surgeons in London. No one was to practise Surgery 

in London, or within seven miles of it, except Members of the College of 

Physicians, unless examined and approved by the Examiners of the 

Company, and every person so approved might practise Surgery anywhere 


in England. Apprentices were to serve for not less than seven years, to 

be sound in body and limbs, and to read and understand Latin. The duty 

was also assigned to the Court of Examiners of examining Surgeons and 

Surgeons' Assistants for the Royal Navy and Merchant Service and of 

inspecting their instruments and chests of medicines. This duty they 

and their successors, the Company of Surgeons and the lloyal College of 

Surgeons, continued to discharge until other arrangements were made at 

a comparatively recent date. 

For many years the union between the two Companies appears to have Surgeons 

object to their 
worked smoothly, but as early as 1684 there were signs that the Surgeons union with the 

were beginning to find their association with the Barbers irksome and incon- J^^^'^ers, 1084. 

venient. In that year a Petition for the dissolution of the United Company 

was presented to the King, but the agitation died out, and it was not 

until many years later that further steps were taken in the matter. 

The dissatisfaction, however, continued. From the year 1540 the 

practice of Surgery had been entirely separated from that of barbery, and 

much progress had been made in surgical skill and knowledge. Under 

the United Company several of the Surgeons had attained great eminence 

in their profession, and among these may be mentioned llichard Ferris, 

Thomas Gale, the two Clowes', Wiseman, Amyand, Cheselden, Sir Caesar 

Hawkins, and Percivall Pott. The Surgeons resented the presence of 

Barbers at their examinations, and objected to the signatures of Barbers 

appearing upon Surgical Diplomas. In 1744 they informed the Petition for 

Barbers that they intended to petition Parliament for the dissolution dissolution of 
•^ ^ union pre 

of the union. The Barbers protested against this, and both parties sented, 1744. 

presented Petitions to Parliament. The Surgeons prevailed, and in the qy^^^ union 

year 1745 an Act of Parliament was passed dissolving the union and clissolved in 

. . . 1745. 

establishing two separate Companies. The Barbers were allowed to 

retain the whole of the Corporate property, real and personal, with the 

exception of the Arris Bequest and Gale's Annuity for Anatomy Lectures 

founded in 1646 and 1655 respectively. These Trusts the Art vested 

in the Company of Surgeons, and they are now administered ly the 

Royal College of Surgeons. 

This Act of the 18th George II. dissolving the union of the Barbers Act of ISth 

It P O 1* C^ a T I 

and the Surgeons incorporated the Surgeons under the name of the Master, digsolvesunion 

Governors and Commonalty of the Art and Science of Surgeons of London, and constitutes 

. . Company of 

and constituted a governing body consisting of twenty-one Assistants Sur^^eous 


appointed for life, of whom one was to be Master and two Governors 
or Wardens elected annually, and of whom ten were to be Examiners 
The first appointed for life. Johx Ranby, Serjeant-Surgeon to George 11. (whom 
Master and -^^ accompanied to the battle of Dettingen in 1743), became the first 
Master of the Company, and upon taking his seat he presented a handsome 
silver cup, which is still in the possession of the College. The Pirst 
Wardens were Joseph Sandford and William Cheselben. These appoint- 
TheExaiiiiners ments were made by the Act, which also specified by name the ten 
of Assist antT*^ Examiners and sixteen Members of the Court of Assistants. The sixteen 
thus appointed were directed to meet forthwith, and select from the 
Freemen of the Company five others to complete the number of the Court. 
Thereafter, the Court were to meet on the first Thursday in July in each 
succeeding year for the election of the Master and Governors, and to fill 
up any vacancies, which from time to time might occur from death 
or resignation among the Examiners and Assistants. In addition to 
examining Surgeons for the Navy the Examiners were also required to 
examine all candidates for the posts of Surgeon or Surgeons' Mate in 
the Army. The Ereemen of the Company were to enjoy the same 
Surgical privileges as approved Surgeons of the United Company had 
enjoyed under the Act of Union and Charter of Charles L, and, while 
in the practice of their profession, were to be exempt from all Parish, 
Ward, and Leet Offices and from serving upon Juries. 
Surgeons Hall The Surgeons had to find a new home, and, after holding their first 
^"^'^- meetings at Stationers' Hall, eventually secured premises in the Old Bailey 

and there built Surgeons' Hall, entering into occupation in 1751. Here 
the business of the Company was transacted until 1796, when the Court 
of Assistants, finding the building in need of substantial repair and their 
tenure of the premises secured for not more than fifty-five years, deter- 
mined to dispose of the property and erect a new building upon a freehold 


^ . ^ , , . About this time the Company became involved in difficulties in conse- 

Difficulties ^*' . i--iiji>i.i.i 

caused by irre quence of a provision in the Act of Incorporation which had untortunately 

of ^'^Ccmrf of been framed without due regard to possible eventualities. This provision 

Assistants in required that the Master and Governors, or any two of them, with nine 

or more members of the Court of Assistants, should constitute a Court for 

the despatch of business. On the 7th July, 1796, a meeting was held at 

which the Master, Mr. Gunning, presided, but at which no Governor was 

present, •ue having died in the previous May and the other being too ill 


to attend. Consequently it was impossible to obtain a properly constituted 

quorum. Nevertheless the Court conducted its ordinary business, and 

among other matters elected Henry Cline to the Court of Assistants. In 

spite of this technical defect in their constitution, the Court of Assistants 

continued to transact the business of the Company. They disposed of 

their property in the Old Bailey and acquired a freehold site in Lincoln's Property in 

Inn Fields, upon which part of the present building of the Koyal College g^id and sito 

of Surofeons of EnHand now stands. The business of the Company was i" -^l!?.^?!"'^ 

° ° ^ , I°" Fields 

not suspended. Examinations were held and Diplomas were issued. The ucquired. 

Examinations of Surgeons for the Navy and Army were also continued. 

It became, however, necessary to find some means of removing the legal Endeavour to 

difficulties which had arisen, and, for this purpose and also with the object Companv by 

of acquiring additional powers and authority, a Bill was introduced into ^^^ °^ Parha. 

Parliament. The Bill passed through the Commons, but was thrown out doned, and 

in the House of Lords ; and after further deliberation it was determined Charter nre- 

to abandon the Bill and to petition for a Charter from the Crown. eented. 

Meanwhile Parliament entrusted to the care of the Company the Hunterian 

Hunterian Collection purchased for the Nation at a cost of £15,000. trusted to 

The Collection was delivered to the Company under an Order of the Company in 

^ ^ 1799. 

Treasury, dated 28th November, 1799, and in March 1800 the Company 

was re-incorporated and constituted by the name of the Royal College of 

Surgeons in London, by Charter granted by George III. In the year 

1806 Parliament voted a sum of «£15,000, and subsequently a further 

sum of £12,500, in aid of the erection of a building for the display of 

the Hunterian Collection. A contribution of £21,000 was at the same 

time made from the funds of the College, and the Museum was opened to 

visitors in 1813. 

The Charter of the 40th George III. definitively severed the connexion Charter of 
of the College with the Corporation of the City of London. Members constft^utes ' 

of the College were not entitled to any franchise belonging to the I^ojal College 

. . of Surgeons of 

Ereemen of the City, but all other privileges and possessions acquired London in 

under former Acts and Charters, and not altered by the Charter then 

granted, were continued and ratified. The Court of Assistants still The Court of 

consisted of twenty-one Members appointed for life with power to fill Court' of Ex- 

up vacancies as they might happen, and from them were chosen the ten a^^'^^^'s. 

Examiners, the Master and two Governors or Wardens being selected 

from these ten. The two principal Serjeant-Surgeons and the Surgeon- 


General to the Forces, if not already on the Courts of Assistants anti 

Examiners, were always to be admitted into those Courts in preference 

to all other persons, when any vacancy should occur. 

The first Charles Hawkins, Serjeant-Surgeon to George III., was appointed the 

Master and -p-^^^ Master, and William Long and Geoege Chandler became the first 

Governors. ' 

Members of Governors. All Members of the old Company of Surgeons, on signifying 

the late Com- f\^Q\Y acceptance of the Charter, were entitled to become Members of the 

pany incorpo- ^ _ . . , 

rated, and all College, and any person m the future desmng to become a Member was 

bers^^to ^^^a^s required to pass an examination and obtain "Letters Testimonial of his 

examination, Qualification to practise the Art and Science of Surgery under the Common 

Court of Exam- Seal of the College." In addition to examining candidates for the 

Sf'^A?my^™and Membership, the Court of Examiners were required, as under the former 

Navy Surgeons . n i t tvt a j_i • 

and Assistants Acts and Charters, to examine all Army and JN'avy burgeons, their 

and Mates. 

Assistants and Mates, and to inspect their instruments. 
Titles of Master A further Charter, granted by George IV. in 1822, changed the titles 
changed to pJesi- Master and Governors to President and Vice-Presidents, and provided 
Presidtnts, a^d that the Court of Assistauts should in future be styled the Council of 

Court of Assist- 
ants to be called the College. 


Name of College No change was, howevcr, made in the constitution of the College until 

changed to Royal x-<i - /►^.i xr \ i j • t i • i 

College of sur- the year 1843, when a new Charter (7th Victoria) was obtained, which 

geons of England i ct j? 

and Fellowship changed the name of the College to The Royal College of Surgeons of 

instituted in 

1843. England, and instituted a new class of Members, who were to be called 

Fellows, from and by whom the Council were to be elected. The 

Number of number of the Council was increased to twenty-four, and, while the 

creased. ^' existing Members of the Council were allowed to continue in office for 
life, provision was made that three elected Members should retire annually, 
so that, when no more life-Members were left, it would not be possible 
for a Member to retain his seat for a longer period than eight years 
without re-election. 

Constitution A great change was also effected by this Charter in the constitution 

of Court of ^£ ^^^ Court of Examiners. They were no longer to be necessarily 
Exaunners *' ° ^ 

altered. selected from the Council, but any Fellow, whether on the Council or 

not^ was made eligible. The Examiners then in office were to continue 

for life, but all future Examiners were to hold office only during the 

pleasure of the Council. The Serjeant-Surgeons and Surgeon-General 

to the Forces were no longer to have any preference of being admitted 

Examiners, and the President and Vice-Presidents were not to be chosen 

exclusively from the Examiners but from all the Members of the Council 

indifferently, whether Examiners of the College or not. 

The Charter further provided that the President, Vice-Presidents and Provision fof 

Members of the Council should be Fellows, and directed them to elect, first Fellows; 

within three months from the date of the Charter, not less than 250 and 

not more than 300 Members of the College to be Fellows. They were 

also given power to appoint other Members to be Fellows within one 

year from the date of the Charter. With these exceptions no persons 

were to be admitted to the Fellowship except by examination, nor until 

attaining the age of twenty-five years. The first Fellows, 300 in number^ 

were chosen mainly from the Surgeons, Assistant^Surgeons and Lecturers 

of the Metropolitan and Provincial Hospitals. They were elected under 

one general Diploma on December 11th, 1843* A further election of 

242 Fellows took place on the 26th August, 1844, and these included 

a considerable number of representatives of the Navalj Military and 

Indian Forces. 

In the year 1852 further extension of the principle of election to the Further pro^ 

Vision for tli6 
Fellowship without examination was made by a Supplemental Charter election ' of 

(15th Tictoeia), which enabled the Council to elect Members of fifteen ^^11?^^ ^^ 

years' standing to the Fellowship^ provided they were Members when 

the Charter of 1843 was enacted. The Council were also empowered 

to admit annually to the Fellowship, without examination, two Members 

of the College of twenty years' standing, and authority was given for the 

ad eundem admission to the Fellowship, under certain conditions, of 

Fellows by examination of the Dublin and the Edinburgh Colleges of 

Surgeons, and the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. 

This Charter also provided that Members of the Court of Examiners Examin.f,rs to 

thereafter elected should go out of office at the end of five years, but should q^ g^g years. 

he eligible for immediate re-election. Provision was also made for the j • 

appointment of a Board of Examiners in ^Midwifery for testing the Midwifery 

fitness of persons to practise Midwifery, and Licences in Midwifery were 

granted to persons passing the Examinations of the Board until the year 

1875, after which the Examinations were discontinued. 

In the year 1859 the Licence in DeJ^tal Sue&ery was instituted under l^i'^^"^^© i" 

Dental Sur- 
the Charter of the 23rd Victoria, which empowered the Council to gery instituted 

appoint a Board of Examiners for testing the fitness of persons to ^" 

practise as Dentists* 

1008. a 


Enabling Aet la the year 1875 an Act of Parliament was passed to enable the College 
^ ' to associate itself with one or more of the Colleges or Bodies named in 

Medical Acts for the purpose of conducting joint examinations for quali- 
fications to be registered under the Acts. In pursuance of the provisions 
of this Act the College subsequently entered into an Agreement with the 

Conjoint Ex- Royal College of Physicians of London, establishing a Conjoint Examining 

amming oar ^q^jj^ and requiring that all candidates for the Licence of the Royal 
inEngland lo j 

established. College of Physicians of London and the Membership of the Royal 
College of Surgeons of England, commencing professional study after the 
Ist October, 1884, should pass the Examinations of the Board before 
becoming entitled to their Diplomas. Thus was constituted the present 
Examining Board of the two Colleges. The Examination Hall on the 

Examination Victoria Embankment, where the Examinations of the Board are held, 

Hall built. ^^g erected at the joint expense of the two Colleges. The foundation- 
stone was laid by Queen Victoria on the 24th March 1886, and the Hall 
was first used for examinations in the year 1887. 

Charter of ^^ ^^® J^^^ 1888 a Supplemental Charter was obtained, mainly with 

1888 allows ^]^g obiects of enabling the College to hold lands and hereditaments of 

Fellows to "^ . . 

record votes a greater yearly value than that previously sanctioned, and of allowing 

Elections "bv ^''^^^ows to record their votes at elections to the Council by voting-papers 

papers sent gent through the Post, instead of by personal attendance at the College, 
through Post. . . 

as required up to that time. 

Honorary The last Charter, obtained by the College in 189!), the 63rd year of 

iTiRtitnted b^ Queen Victoria's reign, enables the Council to elect persons, whom they 

Charter in shall deem to be sufficiently distinguished for the purpose, to be Honorary 

Eellows of the College. These Honorary Fellows, the number of whom 

must not exceed fifty at any time, are not eligible for the Council or for 

the Court of Examiners, nor are they entitled to vote at Elections to 

the Council. Their status is purely honorary and does not confer the 

Th** first right to practise Surgery. At the head of a list of distinguished names 

Honorary ^^^ College has the honour to place that of King Edwakd VII. His 

i^ellow. ° ^ 

Majesty, when Prince of Wales, became the first Honorary Eellow of the 
College, and, a^ter ascending the Throne, signified his pleasure to retain 
the title. 

[1800J [40 Geo. III.] 


22nd March, 180a 

GEORGE THE THIRD, by the Grace of God, of Great Britain, France, 
and Ireland, King, Defender of the Paith, &c. To all to whom these ^ . . - , 
Presents shall come. Whereas our Royal Predecessor, King Edward lY., by Letters Patdnt 
certain Letters Patent, under the Great Seal of England, bearing date the ^^.^^ , 
24th Day of February, in the first Year of his Reign, did at the Supplica- 
tion of the Freemen of the Mystery of Barbers of the City of London, using 
the Mystery or Faculty of Surgery, grant to them, among other Things, that incorporating 
the said Mystery, and all the Men of the same Mystery of the said City, [jj^ Mystr^'of 
should be one Body and Perpetual Community, and that two Principals of Barbers of the 
the same Commonalty, of the most expert Men in the Mystery of Surgery, ^ 
might, with the assent of twelve or eight Persons at the least, of the same 
Community, every Year elect and make out of the Community, two Mas- 
ters, or Governors, being the most expert in the Mystery of Surgery, to 
oversee, rule, and govern, the Mystery and Commonalty aforesaid. 

And whereas by an Act of Parliament, made and passed in the 32d Of the Act 32d 

Year of the late King Henry VIII. intitled for Barbers and Surgeons, ^^^^ 

after reciting, that, within the City of London, there were then two several 

and distinct Companies of Surgeons, occupying and exercising the Faculty 

of Sm-gery, one Company called the Barbers of London, and the other 

Company called the Surgeons of London. It was thereby enacted, That By which the 

the said two several and distinct Companies of Suro^eons should from t^o Companies 

i- ^ or Barbers ol 

thenceforth be united, and made one intire and whole Body Corporate, and London, and 
one Commonalty Perpetual, which at all times thereafter should be called London were 
by the Name of the Masters or Governors of the Mystery and Commonalty united, 
of the Barbers and Surgeons of London ; and by the same Name to im- 
plead and be impleaded before aU manner of Justices, in all Courts, and 

in all manner of Suits. 


cliises and liber- 
tics wliicli the 

[1800.] xxviii [40 Geo. III.] 

Of the Letters And avheeeas, in and by certain Letters Patent, under the Great Seal 

Patent of 5th "^ ' 

Charle.^ 1st. of England, bearing Date the 15th Day of August, in the 5th Year of 

the Reign of His late Majesty, King Charles I., reciting that the Men of 

the same Companies enjoyed divers Liberties and Pranchises within the 

City of London, the Suburbs and Liberties thereof, by virtue of divers 

finned to such ^^'^^ ^^ Parliament, and divers Charters, and Letters Patent, His said 

united Com- Majesty did grant and confirm unto the said Masters and Governors of the 


sessions, fran- Mystery and Commonalty aforesaid, and their Successors, all and singular 
the Manors, Messuages, Lands, Tenements, Customs, Liberties, Franchises, 
said Company Immunities, Jurisdictions, azid Hereditaments, whatsoever, which the Men 
enjoyed^ ^'^ ^^ ^^ ®^^^ Companies then held, used, and enjoyed, by any lawful Means 
with >ower to ^^ Title whatsoever: And his said late Majesty did thereby give power to 
^oM^oTMl^teJs ^^ ^^i^ Corporation, to make annual Elections of Masters or Governors 
«'hereo?tJ^o'to°be ^f ^^ ^^^^ Commoualty, whereof two to be Professors in the Art and 
gen-Tl^ud'^to elect Scicuce of Surgcry ; and also to elect and constitute ten of the Freemen 
Examiners. of the Said Socioty to be Examiners of Surgeons in London. 

Recital of the ^j^d whereas, by an Act of Parliament, made and passed in the ISth 

Act of 18th of . ^ 

Georcre 2nd Year of the Keign of our late Royal Grandfather, King George II., intitled 

*^ An Act for making the Surgeons of London, and the Barbers of London, 
by wliich the ^^^ separate and distinct Corporations," It was enacted, that the said 
Union of the Union and Incorporation of the Barbers and Surgeons of London, made 
wftb dissolved ; and effected by the aforesaid Act of the 32d Year of King Henry VIII. 
should, from and after the 2-1 th Day of June, 1745, be dissolved and de- 
clared void and of no effect ; and that such of the Members of the said 
united Company who were Freemen of the said Company, and admitted 
and approved Surgeons, within the Rules of the said Company, and their 
and which con- Successors, should from thenceforth be made, and they were thereby made 
tinct ComiDanv ^^^ constituted, a separate and distinct Body Corporate and Commonalty 
of Surgeons, by Perpetual, which at all times thereafter were to be called by the Name 
" Tlie Master of Master, Governors and Commonalty of the Art and Science of Surgeons 
Governors and ^f London, and by the same Name might implead and be impleaded before 

Commonalty ot _ o j. 

tlie Art and all manner of Justices, in all Courts, and in all manner of Actions and 

cienceo ui- g^^^^g ^^^ idXiQ to them and their Successors, Lands, Tenements, Rents, 
peons 01 Lon- ' 5 j j » 

don." or Hereditaments, not exceeding the yearly Yalue of £200 in the whole. 

CorpoiatioB. was And WHEREAS, WO are informed that the said Corporation of Master, 
Governors, and Commonalty of the Art and Science of Surgeons of Lon- 

[1800.] xx\x [40 Geo. III.] 

don, hath become and no\r is dissolved : And wirnnEAs, it is of p^reat con- '^^"'** '^ '" ^^ k'""''* 

^ coiiHjquiijicc tliat 

se(]iienoe to the Commonweal of this Kingdom, that the Art and Science th(;.ocienc<.ofbur- 

^ o 7 g'"n' should be 

of Surgery should be duly promoted : Aktd whereas, it appears to us, that ^"^^ promoted, 

the Establishment of a Collcf^e of Sur<?eons will be expedient for the due ^"'' t^^^* a Coiu-pe 

° ° ^ will be exi)tdieiit 

promotion and encouraf^ement of the Study and Practice of the said Art ^"'" *'"" ^"'^ *^°- 

* ^ •' couragemenfc 

and Science, Now We, of our special Grace and mere Motion, and at the ^^'^'■'''^^■ 

humble Petition of James Earle, Esquire, the late Master, and divers 

other Members of the aforesaid late Corporation of Surgeons ; have willed, Therefore ITis 

ordained, constituted, declared, given and granted, and by these Presents^ "i!;'^^[f ♦. ^*! 

for Us, Our Heirs, and Successors, do will, ordain, constitute, and declare, corporate tlio 

give and grant; unto the aforesaid James Earle, and unto all the Members i^^^ Comijany 

of the said late Company or Corporation of Master, Governors, and Com- andallsueliPer- 

sons who since 

monalty of the Art and Science of Surgeons of London; having been ad- theDissohition 

mitted and approved Surgeons, within the Rules of the said Company ; J/'''''^^ y'^*^*^ , 

and also unto all such Persons, who upon, or since, the dissolution of the Testimonial&c 
said Corporation, shall have obtained Letters Testimonial, under a Seal 
purporting to be the Seal of the said late dissolved Corporation, authoriz- 
ing them to practise the Art and Science of Surgery ; and they, from, 
henceforth for ever hereafter, shall be and remain by virtue of these Presents, 

one Body Corporate and Politic ; by the Name of The Royal College of .?^he^Rova7co^ 

Surgeons in London, and by the same Name shall and may have perpetual Jn^£on^ b^i"rge(;n8 

Succession, and a Common Seal; with power to break, alter, and make With perpetual 

anew the said Seal, from time to time at their will and pleasure ; and by ^"^^^^"'^^ ^^^ 

' A ' */ p. common seal i 

the same Name shall and may implead, and be impleaded, before all man- 
ner of Justices, in all Courts, and in all manner of Actions and Suits; 
and shall be at all times for ever hereafter persons able and capable in 

Law to take, purchase, possess, hold, and enjoy, and shall and may take, and power to 

purchase, possess, hold and enjoy, a Hall or Council-house, with its Ap- ^-o ^ and enjoj 

purtenances, situate within the Cities of London or Westminster, or within within London 

crW cstniiii^td* 

one Mile of either of them, for the use and purposes of the said College ; ^j. ^j^g ^^jjg ^^ 

and also any other Lands, Tenements, Rents, or Hereditaments, whereso- citlierofthem; 

. and to possess 

ever situate, lying and being ; not exceeding, together with the aforesaid lands and tene- 

HaU or Council -house, and its appurtenances, the yearly value of one "^ents, includ- 

' '^ '■ ^ J J jj^g g^^^,j^ Conn- 
thousand Pounds in the whole ; withont incurring any of the Penalties in eil-Honseot'tiici 

any Statute of Mortmain, or any Thing, in any Statute of Mortmain, to ^looommort- 

the contrarv notwithstanding:. main. 


And it is Our further Will and Pleasure, that nothing: in these Presents thT'cky of Loo- 


[1800.] XXX [40 Geo. III.] 

don shall not shall be constriied to give the Corporation of the City of London any Power 

have any juris- 
diction over the or Jurisdiction over the said College hereby established and incorporated ; 

Northe Members and that n® Person, by virtue of these our Letters Patent, constituted or 

of the College en- 
joy any franehise ordaiued, or licreaftcr to be admitted a Member of the said College, shall 

belonging to the 

Freeiuen of the be thereby entitled to any Franchise belonging to the Freemen of the City 

City ot London. j ^ qj o 

oc London. 

The College to And it is Our further Will and Pleasure, and we do hereby, so far as We 

pvivileffes and lawfully can or may, grant and ordain, that the said E-oyal College of 

possessions by ►'burgeons hereby incorporated, shall and may exercise and enjoy all and 

Acts or Letters singular other the Gifts, Grants, Liberties, Privileges and Immunities, 

Patent, given Possessions, real and personal, whatsoever and wheresoever, hereinbefore 

to, or other- . 

wise acquired mentioned, or by any Act or Acts of Parliament, or by any Letters Patent, 

ComDam- not ^^ ^^^' Royal Predecessors, Kings and Queens of England given, granted, 

hereby altered, and confirmed unto, or otherwise lawfully acquired by, and belonging to 

the said late Master, Governors, and Commonalty of the Art and Science 

of Surgeons ; or any of them, and not hereby altered, taken away, changed, 

or abridged, made void, or annulled. 

The College li- ^nd it is Our further Will and Pleasure, that the College of Surgeons 

able to perform ' o <d 

t!ie^ late^'^Com- l^^^^^y established, shall be liable to, and shall perform, such Duties as the 
hv th^AVtofSh l^t® dissolved Corporation of Sui-geons was at any time heretofore liable to, 
the'^'^better pre- ^^^ ^^^ pcrform, by vlrtuc of an Act made in the 25th Year of the Reign 
rn" "crime '^o'f of Our Koyal Grandfather, King George II., intituled, " An Act for the 
better preventing the horrid Crime of Murder." 

To provide a And further We Will, that the said College shall, and by these Presents 

proper place . . 

witliin four they are required to purchase or provide a proper Koom, House, or Euildmg, 

hundi-ed yards ^r[{]i suitable Conveniences, within foui' hundred Yards, at the farthest. 
Irom the place 

of execution from the usual Place of Execution for the County of Middlesex, or the City 
the Bodies ^^f ^^ London, and the Suburbs thereof; for the purpose of more conveniently 
Murderers. Dissecting and Anatomizing the Bodies of such Murderers as shall at any 
time hereafter be delivered to them, by virtue of the last mentioned Act. 

Power to elect And it is Our further Will and Pleasure, that it shall and may be lawful, 
r'^^i-sons to°be ^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ College, hereby established and incorporated, from 
tlie Court of time to time in the Manner hereinafter mentioned, to elect, choose and 
the College • appoint twenty-one Persons to be the Court of Assistants of the said Col- 

[ISOO.] x\xi .[40 Geo. HI.] 

lege : of which Court of Assistants ten Persons shall at all times be consti- of whirbNnmfiop 
tilted and appointed Examiners of Surgeons for the said College ; and of miners, and' o< 

such ten, one 

such ten Persons one shall be Principal Master, and two others shall be shaii be Princi- 
pal Master, and 

Governors ; to be respectively qualified and admitted in such manner, and two others go- 

; _ vernors. 

to continue in the said Offices respectively, for such time or times as by 

these Our Letters Patent is hereinafter ordered and appointed. And it The Master an.i 

... iini/>i-i«- .Tz-ii Governors, or 

shall and may be lawful lor the Master ana liovernors ot the said College, one of th.m with 

ten other Mem- 

or for one of them, together with ten or more of the Members of the said bersofthe Conrt 

of Assistants, 

Court of Assistants for the time being, when and as often as to any one of "lay h'^ifi Conrts 

*^ to treat and con- 

the Master or Governors shall seem meet, to hold Courts and Assemblies, ^"'^ »^""t the 

Government of 

in order to treat and consult about, and concerning, the Rule, Order, State, ^^*^ t;oiiege; 
and Government of the said College. And also that it shall and may be 
lawful to and for the said Master and Governors, and Court of Assistants, 
BO assembled, or the major part of them, to make, ordain, confirm, annul, and make and 
or revoke, from time to time, such Bye-Laws, Ordinances, Rules, and ^^^ ^*" 

Constitutions, as to them shall seem requisite and convenient, for the Re- 
gulation, Government, and Advantage of the said College : so as such Bye- 
Laws, Ordinances, Rules, and Constitutions be not contrary to Law : and 
in all such cases as shall be necessary, be examined, approved of, and 
allowed, as by the Laws and Statutes of this Realm is provided and re- 
quired: and also to transact and ordain all such other Matters and Things *"^, t™"8act all 

^ " Buoh other bu- 

as the Master, Governors and Court of Assistants, of the late dissolved ^l"'^^^^ /^. .^''« 

' ' Court of Assist- 

Company or Corporation, of the Master, Governors, and Commonalty of the Solved ''"^c^^*^* 
Art and Science of Surgeons of London, might heretofore lawfully do, eSd™.'^^* '^^ 
transact, or ordain. 

And further "We "Will, that Charles Hawkins, Esquire, one of Our Charles Kaw- 
Principal Serjeant-Surgeons, shall be and he is hereby constituted and fii-stMiister 
appointed the first Master of the said College of Surgeons : and that William Lon^ 
William Long and George Chandler, Esquires, shall be, and they are chandler ^*^'^^ 
hereby constituted and appointed the fii^st Governors of the same : And E?qs., the fir«t 
that the said Charles Hawkins, William Long, and George Chandler, 
together with Joseph Warner, William Lucas, Samuel Howard, and 
William Cooper, Esquires, the said James Earle, Thomas Keate, Esquire, 
the Surgeon-General to our Eorces, and Charles Blicke, Esquire, shall be, 
and they are hereby constituted and appointed the first Examiners of The first Court 
Surgeons for the said College. And also that the said Charles Hawkins, 
William Long, George Chandler, and Joseph Warner, Jonathan 


[1800.] xxxii [40 Geo. III.] 

Wathen, Esquire ; the said William Lucas, Samuel Howard, William 

Cooper, James Earle, and Charles Blicke, Thompson Forster, Esquire ; 

John Birch, Esquire; the said Thomas Keate, John Heaviside, 

John Howard, William Blizard, and Henry Cline, Esquires; David 

DuNDAs, Esquire ; the other of our Principal Serjeant-Surgeons ; and such 

three other Persons as shall he elected to that Office on the day whereon 

the Court of Assistants of the said College, hereby incorporated, shall first 

meet, after the Date of these our Letters Patent, or at a Court of Assist- 

Tlie first Court g^^^^ ^q ^^q holden within one Month then next after: shall be and they 
of Assistants. ^ • . • /-i i 

are hereby constituted the first Court of Assistants of the said College of 

Surgeons, hereby incorporated and estabhshed. 
The Master and ^^^ it is Our further Will, that the said Master and Governors shall 

Governors to 

enjoy their Offi- rcspectivelv hold and enioy their said Offices of Master and Governors from 

ces until the first L J ») ^ 

Thursday in July heuceforth Until the first Thursday in July next after the Day of the Date 

next; and nntil a j j ^ 

new ^'*^^^tK)n^of ^^ thcsc Prescuts ; and from thenceforth until a new Election of a Mastei 
and Governors of the said Corporation shall take place, as is hereinafter 

The Exami- And We also Will, that the said Persons, so before named and consti- 
tuted Examiners of Surgeons of the said College, and their Successors in 
that Office, duly chosen, nominated, or appointed, and that the said Per- 

As?istant5 and SOUS SO before named and constituted Assistants of the said College, 

their Sueces- established by these our Letters Patent, and their Successors in that 

sors -' ^ 

to enjoy their Office, duly chosen, nominated or appointed, shall respectively hold and 

Offices lor gnjoy their said Offices during their natural lives, or until they shall be 

lives, or until lawfully removed out of the said Offices for any reasonable cause, 

The two prinoi- And it is Our further Will and Pleasure, that the two Principal Serjeant- 

pal Serjeant- 
Surgeons and the Surgcous to Us, and to Our Heirs and Successors, and the Surgeon-General 

Rur;f eon-Gene- 
ral ro tiie Forces to our Forccs, and to the Eorces of Our Heirs and Successors, if they, or 

to be always ad- ' J ' 

o'""^? 'f^ A u ^^'y ^^ them, at the times of their Appointments respectively, shall not be 
ants and Exami- Mcmbcrs of the Courts of Assistants and Examiners of the said Colleg-e, 

ners when any o f 

l-'';!^!rf i-r, th^ll shall be from time to time admitted Members of the said Court of Assist- 

"rppcn in iiiiusc 

ence'To'airclther ^uts, and also Examiucrs of the said College hereby incorporated, when 
pe?3ou3. ^^^ g^ g^^^ ^g ^^^^ Vacancy shall happen, from time to time, after the 

Appointment of every such Serjeant-Surgeon, or Surgeon-General respect- 
ively, in preference to all other Persons. 

[1800.] xxxiii [40 Geo. IT!.] 

And further it is Our Will and Pleasure that the Master and Governors Tlic Court of 
of the said College, hereby incorporated and established, or one of them, meet witliin 

tOiz:ether with the Assistants of the said Colle^re, hereby nominated, or the *^^"'*ty days and 

"^ ... hold a Court 

major part of them, shall, within thirty Days next after the Date of these for the purpose 

Our Letters Patent, meet at such place at which the Persons, Members of J^PlV^^^y^^^ 

^ ' eiiL'cttliisChar- 

the said late Corporation, shall have usually held their Meetings, for the ter; and at such 
space of six Months next before the Day of the Date of these Presents, or ]\i aster Cover- 
at such other place within the Cities of London or Westminster, or within "01*3, Examin- 

pi* a n'nc] Assist* 

one Mile of either of those Cities, as the Master or Governors, or any two ants to take 

of them, hereby constituted, shall in that behalf, by notice to be by them f^^, following 

given and published in the London Gazette, fourteen Days before the Day 

of holding such Meeting for that purpose, appoint ; and shall then and 

there hold a Court of Assistants, for carrying into effect these Our Letters 

Patent ; and at such Court the said Master and Governors, Examiners 

and Assistants, or such of them as shall be then present, shall administer 

unto each other respectively, and each of them shall take the respective 

Oaths following, that is to say, the said Master and Governors shall take 

the following Oath : — " You do swear that, according to the best of your The Oath of 

" Skill and Knowledsre, you will discharge the several Trusts and Powers tl'*^ J^^^^^terand 

^ ' '' ° Governors. 

**' vested in you, as Master (or Governor, as the Case may be) of the Eoyal 

" College of Surgeons in London ; and that you will diligently maintain 

" the Honor and Welfare of the said College ; and in all Things, which 

" shall in any Sort concern your Office, you will act faithfully and honestly, 

'•' without Favor or Affection, Prejudice or Partiality, to any Person or 

" Persons whomsoever. — So help you God." 

And that each of such Examiners and Assistants shall take the following 

Oath, that is to say — " You do swear, that so long as you shall remain in TheOathofth^ 

" the Office of Examiner (or Assistant, as the Case may be) of the Eoyal ^xaminers and 

^ ' ^ ./ / J Assistants. 

" College of Surgeons in London, you will diligently maintain the Honor 
" and Welfare of the said College ; and in all Things relating to your 
" Office, and with all Manner of Persons, act equally and impartially, ac- 
" cording to the best of your Skill and Knowledge. — So help you God." 

And no Person hereby appointed or hereafter to be elected Master, No Person to 

Governor, Examiner, or Assistant of the said College, hereby established fho^s^'^ ^^Offi ^ 

and incorporated, shall proceed to act in the execution of such Office, until without liaving 

he and they shall have taken the respective Oath and Oaths hereinbefore Oathai)pointed 

[1800,] xxxiv [40 Geo. III.] 

mentioned, which shall be duly administered to them respectively, at 
a Court of Assistants to be holden in pursuance of these Our Letters 

The Court of Aa- And We further Will, that the Master, Governors, and Assistants, for 

eisrants upon the 

first Thursday in the time bein^^, of the said College, hereby made and established, shall, 

July m every year, o ? j 7 ? 

or j,vithin "one upou the first Thursday in the Month of July next after the Date of these 

month then alter, i. ^ ./ 

tome.tanoichuse Qur Lettcrs Patent, or within one Month then after, and upon the first 

out ot tile J:.xami- ' ' -t 

to be Master ^Jnd Thursday iu July, in every succeeding Year, or within one Month then 

GmenKfr7fo?the ^^^^^i moct iu the Place which shall from time to time be used, or appointed 

euccee ing year. ^^ -^^ ^^^^ ^^ their Hall or Council-houso, or as near to such HaU or 

Council-house as conveniently may be ; and then and there elect, chuse, 

and appoint out of the Examiners, by the Majority of Votes of such of the 

Court of Assistants as shall be then present, one Person to be Principal 

Master, and two other Persons to be Governors of the said College, for the 

And to appoint then Succeeding Year : and then and there also, in hke manner, chuse and 

the Serjeant-Sur- ^ » ' ... 

geons or the Sur- appoint oue or more of Our Principal Serjeant- Surgeons, or the Surgeon- 
not already Ex- Qencral of Our Forccs, if not already an Examiner or Examiners of Sur- 

amini^rs, and if ' *' 

some other of^he o®^^^ ^^ ^^® ®^i^ College ; or otherwise shall chuse and appoint out of 

ants!*^ t^o^ «rrup their own Body, some other Person or Persons, to be Examiner or Ex- 

ThaH be'^'hr^the amincrs of Surgeons for the said College, in the place and stead of such 

ner* uniess^amh Examiucr or Examiuers as shall have happened to die, or have been re- 

ha''ve"bpen pievi- movcd from the Said Office of Examiner in the then next preceding Year, 

which it shall be uuless such Vacancics in the Ofilce of Master or Governor, and in that 

lawful to do at a i n 1 i • i mt i • i • i i t -tr 

special Court of Court, shall have been previously nlled up withm the then preceding Year, 


which it shall be lawful for the said Court of Assistants to do, at any 
And hIso to chuse special Court to be held for that purpose. And also in like manner chuse 

our of ihe Mem- 
bers of the Col- and appoint, out of the Members of the said Collei^e established bv these 

lege, some rersoii x i ^ «-> ./ 

or Persrms to be Presents, such Person or Persons to be of the Court of Assistants of the 

i)f the Court of ' 

'tiaT-'^"o"f ^!d/of ^^^^ College, in the place of such Person or Persons who shall have hap- 
lhain?ali^ died or P^^^^l to die iu or have been removed from the said Office of one of the 
Ihethen'Uextpre" Court of Assistauts iu the tlicu uoxt preceding Year : unless such Vacan- 
Srs"^ prevVou^i^y cics in that Court shall have been previously filled up within the then 
ywtf. ^^' *" '^ preceding Year ; which it shall be lawful for the said Court of Assistants 
to do, at a special Court to be held for that purpose. 

•nie Master or ^^ j^ jg q^j, i^jjj ^j^^ Ploasure, that the Master, or one of the Gover- 

on<; 01 trie txo- ' ' 

reyjHtiiuir^^buJii" nors, together with ten Assistants at the least, shall be at aU times suffi- 

[LSOO.]' XXXV [40 Geo. IK.] 

cient to constitute a Court of Assistants for the purpose of such Elections, ^'Sfr'tTAHlrJt! 

or for the purpose of transacting any other Business belonging to the said ^^[llTaiwh lul'- 

Court. But that no Court of Assistants shall be holden for the special *'j'}," ^ JuVpo^eB^ 

purpose of electing any Person to be Master, Governor, Examiner, or be"hoiden"for the 

Assistant ; without seven Days previous Notice to be given for that pur- any8ucliE?ectT>n, 

pose, by Summons to the Members of the Court of Assistants for the time Days'noticetothe 

Court of Assist- 

being. ants. 

And furthermore it is Our Will and Pleasure, that if, at any time or if the Master and 

Goyernora Bnall 

times hereafter, it shall happen that the Master and both the Governors die or be inta- 

' J- ^ pable of acting at 

of the said College hereby established, shall die, or become incapable of ^^« **™® *^«' 
acting before the Election of a new Master and Governors, according to 

tlie Provisions hereinbefore contained, that then, and in every such case, ber of the Coan 

it shall and may be lawful for the senior Member of the Court of Assist- convene and hoU 

Till* Court witliin 

ants who shall be capable oi attending, to summon, convene, and hold a fourteendayaneit 

r^ n • •11111111 1 £- ^ after the death or 

Court of Assistants which shall be held as soon as may be next after the incapacity of the 

last of such Maa- 

Death or Incapacity of the last of such of them the said Master and ter or Governors. 

Governors, who shall be so dead or incapable of acting: and that at such And at snch Court 

' i o ' the Master and 

Court, a Master and Governors of the said CoUege shall be elected for the SmaSr of Se 

remainder of the then current Year ; and that it shall and may be lawful gj^^fj '^^7^111-^1, 

for the seidor Assistant of the said College who shall be then present, to ^emberwlho shall 

preside at and hold such Court, and to administer to the new Master and nres^de^^at, ^and 

Governors, who shall be then and there elected, the Oath appointed to be and administer to 

-in o •i/-^n o • 1 *^® °®^^ Master 

taken by the Master and Governors of the said College as aforesaid, any and Governora 

the Oath to be 

thing herein contained to the contrary thereof notwithstanding : And m taken by them, 

case it shall so happen that on the Day appointed for the ordinary Election ^^Jof Mecdon^ 

of Master and Governors for the ensuing Year, the Master and both the JJ^no^s S^s- 

Governors shall be dead, or incapable of attending, the senior Member of Gover'nola'^^shail 

the Court of Assistants, who shall be present at the Court of Assistants to pabie*of°attend- 

be held for the purpose of such Election, shall preside at, and hold such M?'mber*^ pre"ent 

Court, and administer to the new Master ana Governors, who shall then cJurt and admi- 
and there be elected, the Oath appointed to be taken by the Master and 

Governors of the said College as aforesaid, any thing herein contained to if it shall at any 

time happen that 

the contrary notwithstanding : And in case it shall at any time happen, no Court of as- 

*' ^ ^ J. XT gistants can be 

that the Persons who shaU assemble at the Day and Place appointed for held by reason of 

•^ ^ the absence of any 

anv Court of Assistants to be holden in pursuance of these our Letters of '^^ Member* 

'' ^ whose presence 

Patent, shall not be capable of holding such Court, by reason of the Absence shall be required; 

■ J- o ' <i the senior Mem- 

of any of the Members of the said Court whose Presence shall be required aSJoI^^Q th"« cS 

[1800.] xxxvi [40 Geo. III.] 

to a future day; for that purposG, it shall be lawful for the senior Member present to 

but no such ad- 
journment shall adjourn such Court to a future Day, provided that no such Adjournment 

take place until 

after the expira- shall be made until after the Expiration of one hour at the least, from the 

tion of one hour, 

from the time ap- Hour apiiointcd for holdin^^ such Court. 

pointed for hold- •*• ^ 

ing the Court. 

No person shall And it is our further Will and Pleasure, that after the Day of the Date 

coming a Member of tliesc Prcscnts, uo Porsou cxccpt thosc who before the Day of the Date 

of the College, 

except the Mem- of thcsc Prcscuts Were Members of tho late Corporation of Surgeons, 

bers of the late 

dissolved Com- established by the said Act, made and passed in the eighteenth Year of 

pany, and persons ^ ■ i. o 

who have since the Rcigu of Our Eoval Grandfather, King George II. ; and also except- 

the dissolution " '' 7 o o ? r 

thereof obtained ^j^^ g^^^j^ Persous as shall ha^c received such Letters Testimonial as afore- 

Letters iestimo- *-' 

he^ihatriiavr ob- ^^^^' Under a Seal purporting to be the Seal of the late dissolved Company 
dmoiS"*^und'^^r ^^ Corporation of Surgeons, shall be capable of becoming a Member of the 
College!^ ° ^ said College hereby established, unless he shall have obtained Letters Tes- 



timonial of his Qualification to practise the Art and Science of Surgery, 
t every person uudcr the Commou Seal of the College hereby established ; but every 

o shall here- o j J j 

after obtain such Persou who shall hereafter obtain such Letters Testimonial, under the 

Letters lestimo- ' 

a'Member^orthe Gommou Seal of the College aforesaid, shall thereby, by virtue of such 
College, Letters Testimonial, become and be constituted a Member of the said Col- 

lege, subject to all the Regulations, Provisions, and Bye-Laws of the said 

The Court of And it is our furtlier Will and Pleasure, that from and after such Day 
from time to ^^ which the Court of Assistants of the College hereby established shall 

time, upon re- gj-g^ meet, in the manner before-mentioned, the Examiners of the College 
quest of the _ ^ 

Commander in of Surgeons hereby established, shall, and they are hereby required from 

Lo^'d of Uie ^^^® ^^ time, upon Request to them made by the Commander in Chief of 

Admiralty, to our Forces, and by the Lord High Admiral or Commissioners for execur- 

my and navy »^i^o ^he Office of Lord High Admiral, or any other Officer of Us, Our 

Surgeons and Heirs or Successors, properly authorized to examine every Person who 

their Assistants 

and Mates, shall be a Candidate to be appointed to serve as a Surgeon or Assistant 

Surgeon in any Regiment, Troop, Company, Hospital, or Garrison of 

Soldiers, in the Service of Ourselves, Our Heirs or Successors, or to serve 

as a Surgeon or Surgeon's Mate, appointed on Board any Ship or Ships in 

the Service of Ourselves, Our Heirs or Successors, or any other Service in 

and for such Exa- which We, Our Hcirs or Successors shall think fit to employ any Persons 

minations to re- 
ceive such Fee as to act in any such Capacities, and shall accept and receive for each such 

Bliall be allowed ^ "^ _ ^ ^ 

them from time Examination, from the Persons so examined respectively, such Eee or 

to time by the ' r J ' 

Officer or Ofliccrs 

[1800.J xxxvii [40 Geo. ITT.] 

Reward as shall from time to time be allowed by such Officer or Officers of ^''^^ "'"'" ^^ ^^' 

•' thonzfii to re- 

Us, Our Heirs or Successors, as shall be authorized to require such q'|'r'^'.»"'-h Exa- 

' ^ ini nations, 

Examinations, to be had respectively, and no more ; and shall also in like ?"^ ^^"-^^ a^'o >n 

like niannor, eia- 

manncr examine all Sur^^eons' Instruments to be used in Our Service, ?^'"«^ Sur^^eona* 

" ' InstrunientH, 

which they shall be required in like manner to examine, and shall return and ehaii return 

T T T ' ^ IT* Tk ^^"^ same when 

such Instruments, when examined, to such Person or Persons as shall be examined, aa- 

tlu'iitic-atcd in 

appointed to receive the same, with such Certificate, in such Form, and such m.-.mi.r an 

shall be rnquirfd^ 

properly sealed up, or otherwise authenticated in such manner as the 
Officer or Officers, from time to time, to be appointed by Us for such 
Pur])oses, shall require : and taking for the same Examination such Fee ^J^^'^^s for such 

^ ' ^ ' " Jlxainiiiations 

or Reward as shall be allowed from time to time by such our Officer or s"^^iij'''^s'^s shall 

•' be allowed bj 

Officers respectively, and no more. Se ill'^tune/'^'" 

Provided that 
such Fees 80 to be 

Provided always, that the Fees or Rewards from time to time to be from time to Hme 

appoiiitfil for the 

appointed as aforesaid, for the Examination of any such Person or Instru- Examination of 

^^ ' *^ any such person 

ments as aforesaid, shall not be less than the Fees or Rewards heretofore °^ insininiems. 

^ shall not be less 

paid for the like Examinations respectively. f^^^'V ^^^^ ^'■^3 

t r J heretofore )iaid 

for the like Exa- 

And further We Will that no Court or Courts for the Examination of No Court of En- 

.... miners to be held 

any Person or Persons touching their Skill in Surgerv, shall ever be held unless m the pre- 

"^ sence of the Mas- 

but in the Presence of the Master or one of the Governors, and five of t«r, or one of the 

Governors and 

the Members, at least, of the Court of Examiners of the said CoUes^e, five Members of 

' ' ° ' the Court of Exa- 

hereby established and incorporated as aforesaid, uuners at leaet. 

And it is Our further Will and Pleasure, that the Members of the said The Members of 

the late Company 

late Corporation and such other Persons who, since the Dissolution thereof, and such persona 

who have, since 

shall have obtained such Letters Testimonial under a Seal, purporting to the dissolution 

■^ -^ ^^ thereof, obtained 

be the Seal of the late dissolved Company or Corporation as aforesaid ; i^etters Testimo. 

i- J i- ' nial,&c. who shall 

and who shall be Avillino: to become and be Members of the said College ^^ wHing to be- 

^ o come Members of 

hereby estabhshed and incorporated, shall testify their Acceptance of Jeg^tifv^fh^fr'' ^ 
these Our Letters Patent, and their Consent to become Members of the fh?Court'of a**^ 
said College, by signifying such their Acceptance and Consent in AVriting six months^afte" 
to the Court of Assistants, within six calendar Months after the Date of charted ° ' ^ 
these Our Letters Patent, who shall cause such Acceptance and Consent "^'^'cti accept- 

' ■*• ance and consent 

to be entered in certain Books to be kept for that purpose, at the Hall or fn'^'lroier^'books 
Council-house of the said College ; and the said Court of Assistants are coUegS"^' *^ ^' 
hereby required to keep such Books, and have such Entries made therein 

[1800.] xxxviii [40 Geo. III.] 

And such persons ^^(j [^ jg Qur further Will and Pleasure, that such and so many of the 

who shall not sig- *' 

nifv their consent ]\Xembers of the Said late Corporation, and of such Persons as shall have 

within the time ■■■ ' 

limited, shall not obtained such Letters Testimonial as aforesaid, as shall not, within the 

be deemed JMem- ' ' 

i^^l °^ *^'^ ^°^" time aforesaid, signify in manner aforesaid their Acceptance of these Our 
unless admitted Letters Patent, shall not be deemed or be Members of the said College, 

Members thereof 

by the Court of uulcss thcv shall be dulv admitted to be Members thereof by the said 

Assistants upon j j 

^P*^""id T^th^"^' ^*^^rt of Assistants, upon special application made to them for that 

for that purpose, pm^pose. 

But all persons Provided always, that if any of such Persons shall happen to be beyond 

beyond the seas at 

the time of the the Scas at the Date of these Our Letters Patent, it shall be lawful for 

date of the Char- 
ter may signify fmcYi Persous respectively to sisrnify their Acceptance thereof, in manner 

their consent f J n j i y 

within six months aforesaid, withiu six calendar Months after they shall return respectively 

o feat, f Viol !• i-or.nrn ' ^ -^ »/ 

after their return 

to this Kin";dom. 


But the Master, Nevertheless, it is Our Will and Pleasure, that the Master, Governors, 

Governors and 

Court of Assist- and Assistants, of the College hereby established, and hereinbefore 

ants mayjiroceed 

to hold a Court to specially named and appointed, shall and may proceed to hold a Court for 
into eflfect, with- ^he purposo of Carrying these Our Letters Patent into Execution, as 

out having first i j. J o ? 

signified their aforcsaid, without having testified their Assent to, and Acceptance of, 

consent and ac- ' <=> ' x » 

Ch*rter^ °^ ^^^ ^^^^ Letters Patent, by any Writing, or by any Entry to be made in 
manner aforesaid. — Witness His Majesty, at Westminster, the 22d Day 
of March, in the fortieth Year of His lleign, 

By Writ of Privy Seal, 


[1822.] x^^i^ [3 Geo. IV.] 

3ri) GEORGE IV. 

13th Eebruaey, 1822. 

GEORGE THE FOURTH, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom 

of Great Britain and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c. To all 

TO WHOM these Presents shall come, erreetinor. Whereas our late Royal Kecitai of Let- 

' ° ° •' tors Patent of 

Father King George the Third, by certain Letters Patent under the Great 40tli George 

Seal of Great Britain, bearing date the twenty-second day of March in the 
Fortieth Year of his Reign ; Reciting (among other things) that a certain 
then late Corporation of Master, Governors, and Commonalty of the Art and 
Science of Surgeons of London, had become and then was dissolved ; and 
that it was of great consequence to the Common Weal of the Kingdom 
that the Art and Science of Surgery should be duly promoted ; and that 
the establishment of a College of Surgeons would be expedient for the 
due promotion and encouragement of the study and practice of the said 
Art and Science ; of his special grace and mere motion, and at the humble 
Petition of James Earle, Esq., then late Master, and divers other Members 
of the aforesaid then late Corporation of Surgeons ; for himself, his Heii'S 
and Successors, did (among other things) will, ordain, constitute and de- 
clare, give, and grant unto the aforesaid James Earle, and unto all the 
Members of the said then late Company or Corporation of Master, Gover- 
nors, and Commonalty of the Art and Science of Surgeons of London, 
having been admitted and approved Surgeons, within the Rules of the said 
Company, and also unto all such persons, who upon, or since the dissolu- 
tion of the said Corporation, should have obtained Letters Testimonial, 
under a Seal purporting to be the Seal of the said then late dissolved Cor- 
poration, authorising them to practise the Art and Science of Surgery; 
that they, from thenceforth for ever thereafter, should be and remain, by 
virtue of the said Letters Patent, one Body Corporate and PoKtic, by the 
name of The Royal College of Suegeoxs in Lojjdois", and should be at aU 
times, for ever thereafter, persons able and capable in law to take, pur- 
chase, possess, hold, and enjoy, and should and might take, purchase, pos- 
sess, hold and enjoy, a Hall, or Council-House, with its appurtenances, 
situate within the Cities of London or Westminster, or within one mile 
of either of them, for the use and purposes of the said College ; and also 

[1822.] xl [3 Goo. IV.] 

any other Lands, Tenements, Rents, or Hereditaments, wheresoevor 
situate, lying, and being ; not exceeding, together with the aforesaid Hall 
or Council-house and its appurtenances, the yearly value of One thousand 
Pounds in the whole, without incurring any of the Penalties in any Statute 
of Mortmain, or any thing, in any Statute of Mortmain, to the contrary 

FurilioT Tocital And WHEREAS in and by the said Letters Patent our said late Royal 

f J^*-^^^?'' ,^f; Father did further Will that the said College should, and by the said Let- 
tent oi 40tn ^ ' -^ 

George III. ters Patent they were required to purchase or provide a proper Room, 
House, or Building, with suitable conveniences, within four hundred yards, 
at the furthest, from the usual place of Execution for the County of Mid- 
dlesex, or the City of London, and the suburbs thereof, for the purpose of 
more conveniently dissecting and anatomizing the Bodies of such Mur- 
derers as should at any time thereafter be delivered to them, by virtue of 
a certain Act passed in the Twenty-fifth Year of the Reign of His Majesty 
King George the Second, entitled, ^' An Act for the better preventing the 
horrid Crime of Murder." 

Further recital ^^^ WHEREAS in and by the said Letters Patent it was further declared 

of Letters Pa- to be the Will and Pleasure of our said late Royal Pather, that it should 

tent of 40th . . 

George III. and might be lawful to and for the said College, thereby established and 

incorporated, from time to time in the manner thereinafter mentioned, to 

elect, choose and appoint twenty-one persons to be the Court of Assistants 

of the said College ; of which Court of Assistants ten persons should at 

all times be constituted and appointed Examiners of Surgeons for the said 

College ; and of such ten persons one should be principal Master, and two 

others should be Governors, to be respectively qualified and admitted in 

manner thereby provided. 

Further recital -^^^ WHEREAS in and by the said Letters Patent it was further declared 
of Letters Pa- to be the Will and Pleasure of our said late Royal Father, that the two 

tent of 40th . . , ^ c^ • -> ^ t^ \ t^ ^ 

George III. principal Sergeant- Surgeons to our said late Royal Father, his Heirs and 
Successors, and the Surgeon-General to the Forces of our said late Royal 
Father, his Heirs and Successors, if they, or any of them, at the times of 
their appointments respectively, should not be Members of Courts of As- 
sistants and Examiners of the said College, should be from time to time 
admitted Members of the said Court of Assistants and also Examiners of 

[1822.] xli P Geo. IV.] 

the said College thereby incorporated, when and so soon as any vacancy 
should happen, from time to time, after the appointment of every such 
Serjeant-Surgeon or Surgeon- General respectively, in preierencc to all 
other persons. 

And whereas it appears to Us to be expedient, in order more effectually Preamble. 

to promote and encourage the study and practice of the said Art and 

Science of Surgery, that further powers and privileges be granted to the 

said Royal College: Now know ye, that We of our especial grace and 

mere motion, at the humble petition of the said Royal College, have willedt 

ordained, constituted, declared, and granted, and by these Presents for Us, 

Our Heirs and Successors, do will, ordain, constitute, declare, and grant 

unto the said Royal College, that the said Royal College of Surgeons in The CoWege 

1 1 1 1 T 1 • T 1 mayliold Land* 

London shall and may take, purchase, possess, hold, and enjoy, any Lands, ^j. j^ents to tlie 

Tenements, Rents, or Hereditaments, wheresoever situate, lying, and y<'ai'Iy value of 

_ ? .^ o> £2000. 

being ; not exceeding, together with the aforesaid Hall or Council-house 
and its appurtenances, and the Lands, Tenements, Rents, or Heredita- 
ments now held by them, the yearly value of Two tliousand Pounds, in the 
whole, without incurring any of the Penalties in any Statute of Mort- 
main, or any thing, in any Statute of Mortmain, to the contrary notwith- 

And We do hereby also for Us, Our Heirs and Successors, give and Personi may 

. . convey Lands 

grant our especial licence, full power, and lawful and absolute authority, or Rents to the 

10 any Person or Persons, Bodies Politic or Corporate, their Heirs and College. 

Successors respectively, to grant, alien, sell, convey and dispose of in 

Mortmain, in perpetuity or otherwise, to or to the use and benefit of, or 

in trust for, the said Royal College of Surgeons any Lands, Tenements, 

Rents, or Hereditaments whatsoever not exceeding, together with the 

aforesaid Hall or Council-house and its appurtenances, and the Lands 

Tenements, Rents, or Hereditaments now held by them, the yearly value 

aforesaid of Two thousand Pounds in the whole. And it is our further 

Will and Pleasure that the said College shaU not be hereafter required to ^^ College to 

° ^ provide lor the 

purchase or provide a proper Room, House or Building, as hereinbefore di>fiectionoftlie 

mentioned, within four hundred vards at the farthest from the said usual . ,. .^, Jitu' 

place of Execution, but that in lieu thereof it shall be sufficient for the half a mile from 

daid College, and by these Presents they are required, to purchase or pro- o'" Execution, 
vide such Room, House or Building, with suitable conveniences, within 

[1822.J xlii [3 Geo. IV,] 

half a mile at the farthest from the said usual place of Execution for the 
purpose in the said Letters Patent mentioned. 

And it is our further Will and Pleasure that the Names, Styles, and 

Titles of Office of the principal Master, Governors, and Court of Assistants 

of the said Eoyal College shall be altered respectively in manner follow - 

The title of ufas- lug, that is to Say ; the principal Master shall in future be called and de- 
ter ohangL'd to . i i t» • t 

Jt-Tesidont. nominated the President of the said Eoyal College ; the Governors shall 

Th<- title of Go. in future be called and denominated the Vice-Presidents of the said Royal 

reruors changed *' 

to Vice - Presi- CoUegc ; and the Court of Assistants shall in future be called and deno- 

clents, and Court 

Couticii^*'"'*^^ to minated the Council of the said Eoyal College. 

The two prin- And it is our further Will and Pleasure that if any Person who shall 
Surgeons and ^^ ^^J ^^^^ hereafter be appointed one of the two principal Serjeant- 

the Surgeon- Surgeons to Us, or to Our Heirs and Successors, or Surgeon-General to 

Greneral if on 

the Council to ^^^ Porces of Us, Our Heirs and Successors, shall be at the time of such 

be adinittftd to Appointment or shall at any time thereafter be chosen a Member of the 

Examiners on Council of the said College, he shall in that case, when and so soon as any 

vacancy shall happen in the Court of Examiners of the said College, be 

admitted a Member of the said Court in preference to each and every 

other Member of the Council ; and that such principal Serjeant-Surgeons 

ftnd Surgeon -General shall not have any other preference whatever either 

in respect of admission to the said Council or the Court of Examiners of 

the said College, any thing in the said Letters Patent to the contrary not- 




The College to And IT IS our further Will and Pleasure that it shall and may be law- 
enjoy tlie right ^^-y ^^ ^^^ ^ ^j^ g^.^ College at all times hereafter, and upon all such 
ot having » ^ ' ^ 

Mace. occasions as they shall think proper and expedient to exercise and enjoy 

the Eight and Privilege of having a Mace, and of causing the same to be 
borne by such Officer as they shall appoint for that purpose. In Witness 
whereof We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent. Witness 
Ourself, at Our Palace of Westminster, this thirteenth Day of Pebruary, 
in the Third Year of Our Eeign. 

By Writ of Pri\7 Seal, 




[7 Vict.] 


14th September, 1843. 

VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great 

Britain and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Faith, To all to whom these 

PRESENTS SHALL COME, GREETING, Whereas the Bodv Politic and Corporate Recites llifit 

the College wa» 
of The Royal College of Surgeons in London was incorporated or re- incor])oratedor 

established under or by virtue of a certain Charter or Letters Patent, T^ " ^^ ^ ^ ^■'' "^ t 

^ ■ 'by Uliarter of 

bearing- date at Westminster, the twenty-second day of March, in the 4bth George 

Fortieth Year of the Reign of King George the Third, or otherwise, as in 

such Letters Patent mentioned or referred to, and the said College is now 

regulated and governed by and according to the Provisions of such Charter Recites That 

or Letters Patent, and a certain other or Supplemental Charter, granted a supplemental 

^ ^ ° Charter was 

by Letters Patent bearing date at Westminster the thirteenth day of granted 3rd 

February in the Third year of the Reign of King George the Fourth, and ®°^°^ 

also by or according to certain Bye-Laws and Ordinances made by the 

8aid College for its regulation and better government. 

And whereas the Body Politic and Corporate of the said College at J^'^CoTie'^e* at 

present consists of persons created Members of the said College by the said oTMembers^con' 

first-mentioned Charter, or constituted such Members by Letters Testi- Jrs^Testinion'SL 

monial, under the Common Seal of the said College, of the respective thS^' Goa-Aing 

quahfications of such persons to practise the Art and Science of Surger)- . a "Council of 
And the Governing Body of the said College consists of a Council of of them being 

Examiners, one 

t'^entv-one of the Members of the College, ten of them being also Exa- of such ten per- 

' sons being also 

miners of Surgeons for the College, and one of such ten persons bcino: also t'^'-' fresidfiu, 

the President and two of them the Vice-Presidents of the College and the tj^« vice-Presi- 

^ dents. 

two principal Serjeant-Surgeons to us and to our Heirs and Successors and J^ecites— That 

i: ir d o the two principal 

the Surgeon-General to the Forces, of us, our Heirs and Successors, pro- f eons*" and %he 

vided they shall have been chosen Members of the Council, have at present r^'^^^^^providea 

a preference of being admitted Examiners of the said College before all been ^ ^ chosen 

other persons whenever vacancies happen in the Court of Examiners of the Council) have a 

^ -^ preference of 

Loilege. being admitted 

^ Examiners. 

[1843.] xliv [7 Vict.] 

Declares t'n at it And WHEREAS, in order more effectually to promote and encourage the 

is expedient to • p ^ • -, t ■ «o, -r 

create a new study and practice 01 the said art and science of Surgery, It appears to us 

class of Mem- expedient, that a new class of Members of the said College, to be called 

bers, to be call- , ^ 

ed Fellows. Fellows, should be created, and (with the exception of the first Fellows 

hereinafter named and directed and authorized respectively to be appointed ) 

be required, in order to obtain the Diploma of their Fellowship, to have 

attained a greater age than is at present necessary in the case of Ordinary 

Members of the said College, and to have complied with such Rules and 

Tbftt the number Regulations, and passed such Examination as hereinafter mentioned; That 

of the Council 

should be in- the uumbcr of the Members of the Council of the said College should be 

creased, and that 

all future Mem- increased, and that all future Members of the Council be chosen from the 

hers be chosen 

anT *hoid'^ offiS ■'^^^^^'^s ^^ ^^^ College and hold their office for a limited period only, in- 

r'i'od^onw'fnstS ^tead of for life, and that the right of electing Members of the Council be 

the^°reno\vs^"o transferred from the Council (with whom such right now resides) to the 

of ^*eiecting^'fhe Body of such Fcllows ; That alterations be also made as regards the elec- 

Council, and that ,• j j ' • n i.* -ic i?xi_i?j.t:^ • £ 

alterations be tiou and admissiou and continuance m omce oi the luture Ji.xaminers of 
ffards the eiec- the CoUego, and that certain further powers and privileges should also be 

tion, admission, • i z-n n -kt mi itt 

and continuance granted to the said College. Now KNOW YE, That We, of our esp3ci;il 

in office of future 

Examinere. grace and mere motion, at the Humble Petition of the said Roj^al College, 

HAVE willed, ordained, constituted, and declared and granted, and by these 
presents for us, our Heirs and Successors, do will, ordain, constitute and 
declare, and unto the said Royal College of Surgeons in London do grant, 
in manner following, to wit : 

1. The name of 1. That from henccforth the Corporate Name or Style of the said College 
t-iieEoyafcoiie^'e shall be — The Royal College of Surgeons of England, and that a portion 

of Surgeons of 

England, and a of the Mcmbcrs of the Said College shall be Fellows thereof by the name 

portion of the 

or style of The Fellows or the Royal College of Surgeons of England, 

Members to be 
Fellows thereof. 

2. First Fel- 2. That the present President and two Vice-Presidents, and all other 
the present Members of the Council of the said College, and also such 
several other persons, not being less than two hundred and fifty nor more 
than three hundred in number, and being Members of the said College, as 
the Council of the said College, at any time or times before the expiration 
of three calendar months from the date hereof, shall elect and declare to 
be Fellows in manner hereinafter directed, together with any such other 
persons as the Council of the said College, after the expiration of the said 
three calendar months, and within one year from the date hereof, shall 



[7 Vict.J 

think fit and shall appoint in manner hereinafter authorized, shall he 
Fellows of the said College. 

3. That the Council of the said College, with all convenient speed after 
the date of these our Letters Patent, and before the expiration of three 
calendar months from the date hereof, and in such manner as the said 
Council shall deem best, shall elect to be Fellows of the said College any 
such number of persons, being Members of the said College, and not being 
in the whole less than two hundred and fifty nor more than three hundred, 
as the said Council shall think proper : And also shall, before the expira- 
tion of such three calendar months, by one general Diploma, under the 
Seal of the said College, and in such form as the Council shall think fit 
declare, or cause such persons to be declared Fellows of the Royal College 
of Surgeons of England accordingly ; but the names of all such persons, so 
declared Fellows, shall be contained and set forth in a Schedule to such 
general Diploma. And such general Diploma shall also, within two 
calendar months after the Seal of the said College shall have been affixed 
thereto, be enrolled in our High Court of Chancery. 

3. The Council 


not less 
250 nor 
more than 300 
College to be 

4. That it shall also be lawful for the Council of the said College, at 4. Poweroftha 

any time or times after the expiration of the said three calendar months ^^^^^^^^ ^^lthln 
•^ ^ one year to ap- 

and before the expiration of one year from the date hereof, by Diploma or point other 
Diplomas under the Seal of the said College, and in such form as the said pellows. 
Council shall think fit, and without any Fee, to appoint any other person 
or persons (being a Member or Members of the said College) to be a Fellow 
or Fellows of the said Royal College of Surgeons of England. 

5. That, except as hereinbefore mentioned, no person shall became or 
be admitted a Fellow of the said College until after he shall have attained 
the age of Twenty-five years, and shall also have complied with such Rules 
and Regulations as the Council of the said College shall from time to time 
consider expedient, and by a Bye-Law or Bye-Laws direct, nor unless he 
shall have passed such special Examination by the Examiners of the said 
College, as the Council shall from time to time think fit, and by a Bye-Law 
or Bye-Laws direct, that Candidates for a Fellowship of the said College 
shall undergo ; but every fit and proper person having attained such age, 
and complied with such Rules and Regulations, and passed such special 
Examination, shall be entitled to be admitted a Fellow of the said College. 


5. Except aa 
mentioned, no 
person tobe ad- 
mitted aFellow 
until he shall 
have attained 
the age oft wen - 
ty-fiTe, have 
compUed with 
such Rules and 
Regulations as 
shall be consi- 
dered expe- 
dient, and ha\e 
passed a spociaJ 

[1843.] xlvi [7 Vict.] 

Adiiii<?Monof Q. That the admittance of every such new Fellow as last mentioned, 
bv ])inloma, ^^'^^^ ^^ ^J Diploni^'^ under the Seal of the said CoUege, in such form aa 
and eycTx Fc4- i}^q Council of the Colleg'e shall from time to time think fit and dire<;t ; 

low (not being . • r^ ^^ 

already a ]Meni- and that every person so admitted a Fellow of the said College, and not 

ber) to be a ]3pj^o- already a Member thereof, shall also, by virtue of such his admit- 
Aiembev by vir- . j ^ ^ 

tue ot bis Fel- tance as a Fellow, become and be considered admitted as a Member of the 
^ said College. 

7. Admission- 7. That the Fee to be paid on the admittance of every such new Fellow 

Fee of a 1^ ellow as last aforesaid ( Over and besides the stamp -dutv on his admittance or 

to be any sum _ ^ . " 

not exceeding Diploma), shall be any such sum not exceeding the sura of Thirty-one 

ThirtyGuineas. p^^^^^g rj.^^ Shillings, as the Council of the said College shall from time to 
time think fit, and by a Bye-Law or Bye-Laws direct. 

8. Diplomas of g^ "phat where several Diplomas shall be granted on the same day 

the same day to (whether to such iiew Fellows as last aforesaid, or to any Fellows to be 

benumbei-edto (.j.g.^^^jjj ^fter the said first three calendar months, and within the first 5^ear 
mow priority. "^ 

from the date hereof as aforesaid), such Diplomas shall be numbered under 
such Regulations as the Council may think fit, in order to show the order 
and priority of such Diplomas among themselves. 

9. A Register 9. That tlie Council of the said College shall cause the name of every 
F<4lows accord- Fellow for tue time being of the said College, and if thought fit by the 

mg to tlieiv se- Council, together also with the place of residence of every such Fellow, to 

verel senior- _ 

ities, and to be be entered according to their several seniorities (in the manner and to be 

open to t le m- dytpj-j^ij^e^ oj. ascertained respectively as hereinafter mentioned), in a Book 
spectionoi ^ -^ -^ 

Members. or Register to be kept for that purpose at the Hall of the said College, or 

such other place for the time being as the said Council shall direct ; and 
such Book or Register of Fellows, at such times and subject to such rea- 
sonable and proper Regulations as the Council for the time being shall 
think fit and direct, shall be open to the inspection of any Member of the 
said College (whether Fellow or not), at the Hall of the said College, or 
How seniority other place appointed for the time being for the custody of the same. And 
be deterijiin^-d. the Seniority of such Fellows to be entered in such Book or Register as 
aforesaid, shall be and be determined or ascertained respectively as follows, 
that is to say, The present President shall be entered first, the two present 
Vice-Presidents, according to their respective seniority next after him, and 
then all the other present Members of the Council according to thei? 

[1843.]. xKii [7 Vict. 1 

respective seniorities, and immediately after such the present ^Lenibers of 
the Council ; the Fellows to he elected within three calendar months from 
the date hereof as hereinbefore directed, according to the order and prioiity 
of their names, as the same shall be contained and set forth in the Sche- 
dule to such general Diploma, whereby they shall be so declared Fellows 
a.s hereinbefore directed ; and, with respect to all other Fellows, their 
names shall be entered according to the dates of their respective Diijlomas ; 
and when the Diplomas of any Fellows shall bear date on the same day, 
then as regards or between such Fellows according to the order and 
priority in which the Diplomas shall be so numbered, as hereinbefore 

10. That from henceforth no Member of the said College, who shall not lo. No MembM 

not a Fellow to be 

also l)e a Fellow of the same, shall be eligible as a Member of the Council eiigibit-as a Mem- 
ber of the Coun- 

of the said College; nor (but subject and without prejudice to the validity cii- 
of any Election to be made as hereinafter directed) shall any Fellow be so ^, „ 

'J No Fellow to be 

eligible whilst practising Midwifery or Pharmacy, or who shall have prac- V'r '^u^'^,^** * 

'-' r o J J ■> i. Member of Conn- 

tised Midwifery or Pharmacy at any time during the five years next pre- [iain^^MidJ-f^r' 
ceding the day of Election, nor uiJess he shall reside and hondjide practise who shHiThavo so 
his profession of Surgeon within five miles by highw\iy or road from the fivr^'^elre^^neCT 
General Post-Office in St. Martiii's-le-Grand. And if any Member of the tioiiTnor uniess^he 
Council shall at any time after his Election practise Midwifery or Phar- practise within 
raacy, or shall cease to reside and hond fide practise his profession of ^ "ierai Poat- 
Sui'geon within five miles of the General Post-Office, as aforesaid, he shall 
be liable to removal from the Council. 

11. That the present Members of the Council of the said College shall ii- Present >rem 

bers of Council to 

be and continue Life Members thereof as heretofore, and that the number font'a"^ for lif.-, 

the number of the 

of the Members of tlie Council shall in the manner hereinafter mentioned *^^^^^} ^ be in- 
creased to twen- 

be increased from twenty-one to twenty-four, and that all future Members Sembera to'"be 
of the Council shall be elective and be elected periodicaljy, in the manner ecTpeJ^oSctnv.'M 
and subject to the regulations hereinafter mentioned and directed. * er mentioned. 

12. That upon the first Thursday in the Month of July in the year i- Upon the first 

•^ - Thurs<lay in July 

one thousand eight hundred and forty-four, or \\'ithin one calendar month "''^ ensuinp date 

*^ hereof (or within 

afterwards, and in the manner hereinafter mentioned, three Fellows of ^^^ month), in 

' manner after 

the said College shall be chosen to be additional Members of the Council ?eiiow8 to'bJ^'cho- 
of the said CoUege ; and that upon the first Thursday in July in eveiy ^;°n,f° JpmS 

of the Cuimcil 

[1843.] xlviii [7 Vict.] 

prrfod* fn^evSy succeeding year, for ever thereafter, or within one calendar month after- 

thJerfeiJws wards, and m the manner hereinafter mentioned, three Fellows shall be 

Members'^^^of choscn to be members of the Council; and in every such succeeding 

in^'each year in J^^^ ^^ which there shall be no vacancy, or less than three vacancies 

be no vacancy, or amoug the Life Members of the Council, three of the Elective Members of 

among the Life the Couucil, or such less Humbcr of such Elective Members as, with the 

Members, three r <? • • 

of the Elective number 01 vacancies m that year among the Life Members, will make up 

Members, or such 

less number as the uumbcr thrcc, shall go out of oiS.ce upon the day whereon such three 

with the vacancies '' 

among Life iMem- EeUows shall be choscu to bc Members as aforesaid, so that the number of 

bers shall make 

8hair'^^^oit'^''of ^^^ Council shall at no time exceed twenty-four ; and in every such 
m^?e' than Th^ee succeeding year in which there shall be three or more than three vacan- 
Sfe M embTr"s^ ^^^^ ^^^^S the Life Mcmbcrs, none of the Elective Members shall go out 
ti?rMembe?JTo ^f officc iu that year, and three Eellows, and three only, shall be chosen 
Ind three Fallows to fill up thrcc of such vacaucics amoug the Life Members, and the re- 

only to be chosen • . • n ji , yn nth-. •! i 

to mi up three of maiuing vacancy or vacancies oi that year (if any) shall be considered 

the Life vacancies, i i j j • i t • n -»r -, • ■, 

and the remain- aucl treated as a vacancy or vacancies among the Life Members m the 

ing vacancies ^o „ ^^ . 

be treated as Life toliowmg year or ycars, as the case may be or require. But from and 

vacancies for fol- 
lowing year or after the period when the number of the Elective Members of the Coun- 

years, as the case 

may require. clI sliall be Completed and made up to twenty-four, three of the Members 

When the num- j. j ' 

Me b^r ^/^*if r ^^ ^^® Council shall go out of office every year, upon the day whereon three 

twt^t^'-four three ^^^ Members shall be elected, as aforesaid. But in all cases Eellows 

go ^out^°oT°effice S^^^o ^^^^ of office shall notwithstanding be eligible for nomination and im- 

in^Sf ceases Fei- uicdiate rc-clection, and, continuing eligible in other respects, their names 

o'mce^ro"be^eHg'i- shall bc anuounccd to the Meeting accordingly in the order and manner 

ble for re'-elec>- -i • pj. j' 4. ^ 

tion. heremaiter directed. 

13. Those 13. That the Elective Members of the Council, who shall from time to 

em ers o go ^^ ^^ ^£ office in the manner hereinbefore mentioned and directed* 

uuv 01 o ni c e ° 

who have been shall be those who shall have been longest on the Council without re- 

Cooucil. ^ "^ election ; and in the case of Eellows elected upon the Council in the same 

year, those shall first go out of office whose names stand lowest (among 

those elected of the same year) on the Book or Register of the EeUows of 

the CoUege. 

J'*: ^"^stitute 14. That whenever any vacancy or vacancies shaU take place among 

Jkctecr'to^flu up the Elective Members in any other way than by their going out of office 

ptaceaimjngEie"- ^Y Totatiou as aforcsaid, such vacancy or vacancies shall be filled up by the 

tny oth"Jr '''^way election (upou somc early and convenient day to be fixed by the Council 

[1843.] xlix [7 Vict.] 

for that purpose"* of a substitute Memher or Members in the room of the ^'i'*" '?7 b'*'"b '^^^ 

^ '■ of othc<' by roUi* 

person or persons whose place or places shall have so become vacant; Jo'5i"bo'^.-K..V [« 

and every person, so elected to fill up any such vacancy, shall hold such [',','l'Jin,fl^i',",." tJ,, 

office until the time when the person in whose room he shall be chosen ^rolm^'ho nhlin 

woiild have been liable to go out of office, and he shall then go out of wo„*i<i 'f'"ve Kr'ne 

office accordingly, but shall notwithstanding be eligible for nomination ^ 5° re-eiidibi*. 
and immediate re-election, and continuing eligible in other respects, his 
name shall be announced to the Meeting accordingly in the order and 
manner hereinafter directed. 

15. That the Members of the Council of the College shall hereafter be 15. ModcofEie©- 

. tionof Council. 

elected by the Fellows of the said College, including the Members of No proxies aUow- 


the Council as such ; and such Fellows, whether Members of the Coun- 
cil or not, shall be allowed to vote in person only and not by proxy ; 

Any nunibpr of 

and that any number of Fellows (not beinsr less than fifteen present) Fdiowa not k-sa 

'' V & 1- / jjj^jj fifteen i)re- 

at a Meeting convened for the purpose of electing a Member or Members ^ent at a Meeting, 

" i. X o competent to pro- 

of Council, shall be competent to proceed to such Election. ^""^ ^ *° ^^**** 

16. That the Chair at every such Meeting shall be taken by the Presi- 16. At eTery 

Meeting convened 

dent of the said College, or in his absence by one of the Vice-Presidents, for election of a 

/^ -^ ' Member of Conn- 
or in case also of their absence, then by the senior Member of the Coun- cii the chair to be 

•' taken by the Pre- 

cil of the said College then present. And if it shall so happen that tJfj'^V^ce-Pn-Hi'- 

from any cause the business of the day cannot be concluded upon such Memijerof Coll^ 

the day fixed for election as aforesaid, then and in every such case an <^ii present. 

•^ AdjournmeHts 

adjoui'nment of the Meeting shall take place to the next day, at an hour ™''>' J''^^, i'''"^* 

'> or J » from day to day. 

to be named by the Chairman (Sundays, Christmas- days and Good Fri- 
days excepted, and being passed over when occasion shall require), and 

so from day to day (except as aforesaid) until the business of the Meeting JJan^ttt^f E"e^ 

shall be completed ; but no other business shall be discussed or attended gd or'at^tenS to! 
to at any such Meeting besides the election of a Member or Members 

of the Council, for which the same shall have been convened. Peovided cjiairman m ay 

' anjourn theMeet- 

ALSO, that if upon the day fij5:ed for any such Election there shall not be J,"^ ff*^^t1ffte." 

fifteen or more Fellows assembled and continuing together for the purpose wfth^n ^on^hmir 

of such Election, then at any time after the space of one hour after the Sx^ * ^"^ *'""^ 
time of day fixed for such Election the Chair may be taken as aforesaid, 
and it shall be lawful for the Chairman to adjourn the Meeting to the next 
day, and so from day to day (except as aforesaid) if necessary^ in the man- 

X1843.] 1 [7 Vict.] 

ner hereinbefore mentioned with respect to adjournments of such Meetings 
in case of the business thereof not being concluded as aforesaid. 

17 *'nc)i notiees 
of Election to be 

17. That such previous notice or notices of every election of a Member 
cii shaif think"fit 01' Members of the Council shall be given as the Council shall from time 
mine^ by Bye- to time think fit, and shall by a Bye-Law or Bye-Laws determine and ap- 
siibject to these point, and that, subject only to the regulations and restrictions in these 
tions to' be con- our Letters Patent mentioned or contained, the election of Members of the 
Council shall by Council shall be conducted in such way and manner as the Council shaE 

Eye-Laws deter- 

niine. from time to time think fit, and shall by a Bye-Law or Bye-Laws also de- 

Bnt such Election _ J J J 

to be always by temiinc or rcgulatc and appoint, but such Election shall always be by 

Ballot, an'l to be ° i i ' J J 

(ir'cni.d by a ma- Ballot, and be decided by a majority of balls or votes, and every Fellow 

jonty of TOtes. ' j j ^ ^ j 

who shall be eligible to be elected according to the regulations and restric- 
tions contained or mentioned and authorized in or by these our Letters 

Every eligible 

F<-iiov7 shall be Patent, shall be announced to the Meeting as a Fellow eligible in the order 

announced to the 

Meeting accord- and accordiug to the priority in which his name shall stand in the book or 

in<,rto the jiriority 

of his n;.me on rcffistry of Fcllows ; and if he shall be thereupon nominated in such mode 

trie Ecgister of ^ "^ ' ^ 

S'H*'^^'^- T • as the Council shall by Bye-Law or Bye-Laws provide for the general 

Fellow, if nomi- J J j r o 

fo'bV Bvc°Law9^ nomination of Members at Elections, he shall be balloted for accordingly, 
hi£k^^ but not otherwise. 

^'^.■,^'^','^''iV'*"^.f^!T 18. That when any eligible Fellow shall have been passed by for want 

pi ole FeJ low shall j o i j 

have been passed £ j^ nomination as aforesaid, or having been balloted for shall not 

over lor wanir ot J ' o 

ncMl-Stiou?' he be elected a Member of the Council, he shall cease to be eligible to be 
w?on'^mhtpec?ii clectcd, cxccpt upou such special terms of nomination as shall by the Coun- 
[irovi'ded ^for by cil by Byc-Law be for the time being provided for such cases, and upon 
if^ passed ' by a such spccial tcmis any Fellow so passed by or not elected may be re-no- 
shaii cease to be mluatcd for and be elected a Member of the Council, but if he shall be on 
such second occasion either passed by or not elected, he shall for ever there- 
after cease to be eligible for election upon the Council. 

i». No Fellow 19. That no Fellow whatever shall be eligible to be a Member of the 

pligi'ole to the 
( ouncil unless at 
time of hiri nom- 

pligi'ole to the /» • ' • n ^ i' \. i\. 

Council unless at Couucil unlcss at the time of his nomination tor election as such there 

in»tionthcreshaii ^\^c^]\ also be produccd and delivered in, in such way and manner and in 

Oc delivered in a 

c,-rtifi2r,tHthaf he g^^ |^ f^pj^ as thc Couucil shall from time to time think fit and by Bye-Law 

is a lit anci proper 

Member*°of^'the i"t^g>^ilf^te and appoiut accordingly, a Certificate in writing signed by such 

licXi'Thlit^he number of Fellows as by such Bye-Law shall be required, that, or to th« 

liiil' wfth'in'^ UTe effect that such Fellow so nominated is a fit and proper person to be a Mem,- 

[1843.] U [7 Vict.] 

ber of the Council, and particularly that he does not practise and has not if1^[^, jfj!^*'*"'"^ 
within five years practised Midwifeiy or Pharmacy, and that he resides u!.'.'r")re^'i>Bu'i'.-l 
and hondjide practises his profession of a Surgeon within five miles by pJon-'filTonorsn'r- 
highway or road from the General Post-OfRce in St. Martin's-le-Grand, nXe ^mi'ir the 
and such nomination and certificate being delivered in, in the manner re- ace' 
quired, the same (as regards the matters or particulars so to be certified as 
aforesaid, but no further) shall be final and conclusive as to the right of 
such Fellow to be balloted for as a Member of the Council, and also to bo 
elected such Member if upon the Ballot he shall be so elected. 

20. That there shall be Ten Examiners of Surgeons for the said Col- E,,IIlf,,p,^;';;;;;! 
lege, and the present Examiners shall be and continue such Examiners for t'h"e's.r>iint-'sur- 
life as heretofore. But that the two principal Serjeant-Surgeons to Us Im-Ueon- Gt-n.-ral 

. ^ 1 1 o r-\ 1 1 -n ,1 1" '<^">^ •■ ••" have 

and to our Heirs and tSuccessors, and the feurgeon- General to the forces oi any pn-r.-nnce of 

Us our Heirs and Successors, or any of them, and although they may be Examiners. 

chosen Members of the Council of the said College, shall no longer have 

any preference of being admitted Examiners of the said College before 

other persons; and that all future Examiners of the said College shall be Aiifi.furp Kxami- 

^ ' <-' ners to l)e elfcted 

elected by the Council of the College, either from the Members of the coumi/'or^from 
Council or from the other Fellows of the said College, or from both or },oth oreith"r!and 
either of them ; and that all future Examiners of the said College shall during ^the piea- 
hold their office of Examiners during the pleasure of the Council, and so cii^ ° ^ °^' 
long only as the Council of the College shall think fit. 

21. President and 

21. That the President and Vice-Presidents of the said College shall no ^'i<^e- Presidents 

no longer to be 

longer be chosen exclusively from or out of the Examiners of the said chosen exciusive- 

^ J ly fi-om the Ex- 

College, but from or out of aU the Members of the Council indifferently, ^miners, but from 

" ' .''all the Council 

and whether Examiners of the College or not. And that any number of ^^^'^'f "''•'^"t'y- »".<! 
Examiners of the College, not being less than Six, shall be sufficient to J^" "numiier of 
form a Coui't of Examiners, and with or without the President or Vice- iesMhan"ii,°uf? 
Presidents of the College, or any of them (and whether or not the Presi- Court. a^id'^Sh'^ 
dent or Vice-Presidents, or any of them, may be Examiners), yice - Presi.ients 

(although Exami- 
ners) being pre- 

22. That if it shall at any time hereafter appear that any present or 22. r)ipionia or 

Lcttt-rs Testinio- 

future Member, or any Fellow of the said College, to be appointed or ad- "•»' obtained by 

fraud m:\x be de- 
mitt cd at any time after the expiration of the said first three calendar ^i**^''** ^■o'<i «^-r 

such previouer no- 
months from the date hereof, shall have obtained his Letters Testimonial '^'*^*' 1"*^ ^."•"■"'.? 

as the t ounoil 

or his Diploma respectively by any fraud, false statement, or imposition ^^jV ^j^'^theJ^ 



[7 Vict.] 

be?° or^^Flno*" ^^ tliat, either before or after obtaining snch his Letters Testimonial or 
shall oeaee to be Diploma, he shall have violated any Bye-Law, Eule, or Regulation of the 
said College, then and in every such case, and after such previous notice to 
and such hearing of, such Member or Fellow as, under the circumstances, 
the Council of the said College shall think proper, it shall be lawful for 
such Council to recall and to declare the Letters Testimonial or Diploma 
respectiveh'- of such Member or Eellow to be Void, and thereupon every 
such Member or Fellow shall cease to be a Member, or a Member and Fel- 
low of the said College, as the case may be accordingly. 

of existing 
Powers except 
as hereby 


except in the respects hereby altered, the said College and the Council of 
the same shall continue to have all such and the same jurisdiction, powers, 
authorities and discretions for and with respect to the government of the 
said College and the election and choice of the Officers of the same, aa 
well as the admission and expulsion of Members and Fellows, and for the 
making, ordaining, confirming, annulling, or revoking Bye-Laws, Ordi- 
nances, Rules, and Constitutions, and transacting and ordaining all other 
matters and things whatsoever for the regulation, government and advan- 
tage of the said College, as such College and the Council thereof respect- 
ively now have under or by virtue of the said two several hereinbefore 
Incited or mentioned Charters or Letters Patent, or either of them respect- 
ively, or in any other lawfid manner. 

No future Bye- 
Law or Ordi- 
nance to be of 
any force until 
approved of by 
the Crown or 
otherwise, as 
ehall be dii'ect- 

And we do hereby for Us, our Heirs and Successors, grant and con- 
firm unto them all such jurisdictions, powers, authorities and discretions 
accordingly ; Provided always, and it is our further Will and Pleasure, 
that no Bye-Law or Ordinance hereafter to be made by the said Council 
shall be of any force until our approval thereof shall have been signified 
to the said College under the hand of one of our Principal Secretaries of 
State, or the same shall have been otherwise approved in such manner a 
shall be directed by Us, with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritua 
and Temporal and Commons of our Realm, in Parliament assembled. 

And we do hereby for Us, our Heirs and Successors, further grant un< 
the said College, that these our Letters Patent, or the enrolment or exempli- 
fication thereof, shall be in and by all things, good, firm, valid, sufficient, 
f»na effectual in the Law, according to the true intent and meaning 


thereof, notwithstanding the not fully or not du4y reciting the said several 
Letters Patent, or the dates thereof, or any other omission, imperfection, 
defect, matter, cause or thing whatsoever, the same or any Rule or Law 
to the contrary thereof, in anj-wise notwithstanding. In witness whereof, 
We have caused these Our Letters to he made Patent. 

Witness Ourself at Our Palace at Westminster, this Fourteenth day of 
September in the Seventh year of Our Reign. 

By Writ of Privy Seal, 


15th victoria. 
18th Mabch, 1852. 

VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great 

Britain and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Faith, To all to whom these 

PRESENTS SHALL COME, GREETING, Whereas the Body Politic and Corporate Recital 

of The Royal College of Surgeons in London was incorporated or re- , * e o . 

^ lege was mcor- 

established under or by virtue of a certain Charter or Letters Patent, porated or re- 

■L • 1 i -ITT- • im IT ii-iri-ii established by 

bearing date at Westminster the Iwenty-second day oi March m the charter of 40th 

Fortieth year of the Reign of King George the Third, or otherwise, as in G-eorge III. 

such Letters Patent mentioned or referred to, and further powers and ij^^^j. farther 

privileges were granted to the said College by a certain other or Supple- powers were 

granted bv 

mental Charter granted by Letters Patent, bearing date at Westminster charter of 3rd 

the Thirteenth day of February in the Third Tear of the Reign of King ^^^^S^ ^^• 
George the Fourth. And by our Letters Patent, bearing date at West- 
minster the Fourteenth day of September in the Seventh year of our 
Reign, the name or style of the said CoUege was altered to '' The Royal Recital 

College of Surgeons of England," by which name or style the said College of the Collec^e 

is now called or known, and divers further powers and privileges were ^^^ altered and 

divers fvu*ther 

granted to the said College by our said Letters Patent : And the said powers granted 

College is now regulated and governed by and according to the prox-isions 
of the said several Charters or Letters Patent, and also by or according to 
certain Bye-Laws and Ordinances made by the said CoUege for its regu- 
lation and better government. 

by Charter of 
7th Victoria. 



[15 Vict.] 


Of government 
and constitU' 
tion of the 

And whereas the Eody Politic and Corporate of the said College at 
present consists of persons created Members of the said College by the 
said lirst-mentioned Charter, or constituted such Members by Letters Tes- 
timonial, under tlie Common Seal of the said College, of the respective 
qualifications of such Persons to practise the Art and Science of Surgery, 
and also of persons created FeUows of the said College under the pro- 
visions of our said Letters Patent, and elected and declared to be Fellows 
of the said College by one General Diploma, under the Seal of the said 
College, enrolled in our High Court of Chancery, and also of other persons 
appointed under the powers of our said Letters Patent, by the Council of 
the said College, to be Fellows of the said College by Diplomas under the 
Seal of the said College, and also of other persons, who after having 
attained the age of Twenty-five years, and complied with the Pules and 
Pegulations directed by the Pj^e-Laws of the said College, and having 
passed a special Examination by the Examiners of the said College, have 
been admitted Fellows by Diplomas under the Seal of the said College. 
And the governing body of the said College consists of a Council of 
twenty-four persons, some of whom, being Members of the said Council 
et the date of our said Letters Patent, were thereby continued, and are 
Life Members thereof, and others of them are elective Members of the 
said Council, chosen from the Fellows of the said College in manner men- 
tioned and directed by our said Letters Patent, and hold their office for 
a limited period only, and one of sucli twenty-four persons is the Presi- 
dent, and two of them are the Vice-Presidents of the said College ; and 
the Court of Examiners of the said College consists of ten persons, some 
of whom, being Examiners at the date of our said Letters Patent, were 
therebj' continued and are such Examiners for life, and others of them 
have been elected by the Council of the said College since the date of our 
said Letters Patent and under the directions therein contained, and hold 
their ofiice of Examiners during the pleasure of the Council of the said 

it to be expe- 
dient tliat tlie 
nglit of admis- 
sion to tlie Fel- 
lowship be ex- 
ten clod to 
IVleinber? at 
date of late 

And whereas, it appears to hs expedient that the right of admission to 
the Fellowship of the said College be extended to such persons as were 
Members of the said College at the date of our said Letters Patent, sub- 
ject to certain conditions and regulations hereinafter mentioned, and that 
the Council of the said College have power annually to elect certain 
Members of the College to be FeUows, without Examination, in manner 

[1852.] Iv [15 Vict.] 

hereinafter mentioned. That certain restrictions now existing upon tlie Tlmfc cn-tnin 
eligibility of Fellows to be Members of the Council of the said College be ,v,iir)vcd .-mfi 
removed, and that certain other qualifications be required of Fellows ^^^^^"^ quahlica* 

tiori:* n'qiiiivil 

oflering themselves as Candidates for the Council. That certain altera- !jst<> admission 
tions be made in the electing of Members of the Council. That power be ^^ '^'*^ Councd. 
gi ren for admission to the College as hereinafter mentioned of Fellows, 
!M embers and Licentiates of certain other Corporate Bodies, as hereinafter 
mentioned. That certain alterations be made as to the continuance in 
office of all future Examiners of the said College, and as to the con- 
tinuance of the President in certain cases as a Member of the Council, 
and that a Board of Examiners in Midwifery be established, as herein- 
after mentioned. Now know ye. That We of Our special grace and mere 
motion, at the humble Petition of the said Royal College, have willed, 
ordained, constituted, and declared and granted, and by these Presents, 
for Us, Our Heirs and Successors, do, will, ordain, constitute and declare, 
and unto the said Koyal College of Sui'geons of England do grant in 
manner following, to wit, — 

1. That it shall be lawful for the Council of the said College at any i. Power of 

time or times hereafter, by Diploma or Diplomas under the Seal of the Co""^"^^^ ^^ f P* 

'' ^ i point Members 

said College, in such form as the said Council may think fit and direct, and of 15 years' 
without any previous examination, to appoint any person or persons who jTeiJo^il^hip 
at the date of our said Letters Patent was or were a Member or Members without exami- 
of the said College of Fifteen Years' standing ; and also any person or 
persons who, being at the date of our said Letters Patent a Member or 
Members of the said College of less than Fifteen Years' standing, shall 
have attained at the time of such appointment the standing of Fifteen 
Years, to be a Fellow or Fellows of the said College, subject to the regu- 
lations hereinafter mentioned and directed. 

2. That the appointment of every person to the Fellowship of the said 2. Appoint- 

. • 1 T n 1 T . , ment of Mem- 

College under the powers herein contained, shall be determined by the bers to the 

Vote or Ballot of the Council, and be decided bv a maiority of votes or J^^'Jowship to 

- -i -^ be by vote of 

balls, and that every such person seeking to be admitted to the Fellow- Council, and 

ship shall transmit or deliver to the Secretary of the said CoUejre, at such • ^'^^'^f ^*^,"^ '. 
^ ./ n J ing suciiaclmis* 

time before the day appointed for the Ballot or Election as the Council ^ion to diOiver 

may think proper and direct, a Certificate, signed by such persons as andDedai-ation 

hereinafter mentioned, of the moral character and professional attainments as to Character, 

of the person applying for admission to the Fellowship, and that he does and Practice, 

[1852.] Ivi [15 Yict.l 

not sell or supply Drugs or Medicines otherwise than in the due exercise 
or practice of his Profession of an Apothecary : and shall also at such 
time, so to he appointed as aforesaid, transmit or deliver to the said 
Secretary a Declaration signed by himself, to the effect that he does not 
sell or supply Drugs or Medicines otherwise than in the due exercise or 
practice of his Profession of an Apothecary : and such Certificate and 
Declaration shall be in such form as the Council of the said College shall 
from time to time direct. 

8. Persons by 3. That the Certificate to be produced by the persons seeking admis- 
whomsuch g.^^ ^^ ^^g Fellowship of the said College, as last aforesaid, shall be 
to be signed. signed by Six Fellows of the said College ; or in the case of persons 
absent from the United Kingdom in the service of our Royal Army or 
Navy, by Two Fellows of the said College, and by the Director-General 
or other Officer superintending the Medical Department of the service to 
which such persons shall respectively belong ; or in the service of the 
Honourable East India Company by Two Fellows of the said College, and 
by the Secretary to the Military Department of the said Company ; or in 
the case of Persons resident in any of our Colonies, Plantations or Depen- 
dencies, by Two Fellows of the said College, and by the Governor, Lieu- 
tenant-Governor, or Superintendent thereof, whose signature sball be 
certified by our Secretary, or one of our Under Secretaries of State for the 

4. Fee on ad- 4. That the Fee to be paid upon the admittance of every Fellow of the 

mission of such said College, to be appointed under the powers hereinbefore contained 
Fellows to be ^ ' "-^ , . -i^- i x -u n 

Ten Guineas, (over and besides any Stamp Duty on his admittance or Diploma), snail 

be the sum of Ten Guineas. 

6. Lawful for 5. That it shall be lawful for the Council of the said College, by 

Council to ad- j)ipiojjia or Diplomas under the Seal of the said College, in such form as 
mit annually to i r ^ i -j 

theFellowsiiip the Council may think proper, to admit to the Fellowship of the said 

natkTtwr""'* College in each and every year from the date of these our Letters Patent, 

Members of ^ without examination, but subject to such conditions and regulations as 

BtwTding.^*^^ the said Council may think fit, and by any Bye-Law or Bye-Laws direct, 

any Two persons, being at the time of such admittance Members of the 

said College of not less than Twenty Years' standing ; and that the Fee 

to be paid upon the admittance of each such Fellow as last aforesaid 

[1852.]' Ivii [15 Vict.l 

§hall be the same as the Fee payable upon the admittance of Members of 
the said College to the Fellowship under the authority of our said LetterB 

6. That it shall be lawful for the Council of the College, by Diploma ^ jawf 1 f 

under the Seal of the College, to admit without examination to the Mem- tli- Comicil to 

bership or Fellowship of the said College, on such conditions, and on the examination to 

payment of such respective Fees as the Council of the College shall by ^''® Membor- 
'■ -^ ^ . . s'"P or I'ellow. 

Bye-Law determine, the Fellows, Members and Licentiates respectively of sliip of the Coi- 

the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, the Royal College of Surgeons j^^'^J ]y|gjjju' 

of Edinburgh, and the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow ^"f^ Licentiates 

provided such Fellows, Members and Licentiates shall be, at the time of Surgeons of 

their application for admission, in the bond fide practice of the Profession Vr h ^ i 

of a Surgeon in England or Wales, and shall have obtained their respect- and Faculty 

ive Diplomas or Licences after examination, and such persons so admitted, practisinff ' 

to such Membership or Fellowship shall take rank amongst the Members Surgery in 

England or 
or Fellows of the said College, according to the date of such last-mentioned Wales. 

Diplomas or Licences. 

7. That from henceforth no Fellow of the said College who shall not 7 Elio^ibility 

have been a Fellow of the same for Fourteen Years, or a Member of the o^ Fellows to 

the CouuciL 
same for Twenty Years, and no Fellow of the said College who at the time 

of election shall not be in the bond fide practice of his Profession of a 
Surgeon, or who shaE be practising as an Apothecary, shall be eligible as 
a Member of the Council of the said College ; but every Fellow of the 
said College of such standing as a Fellow or Member of the same as last 
aforesaid, and who at the time of such election shall be in the bond fide 
practice of his Profession of a Surgeon, and shall not be practising as an 
Apothecary, shall be eligible as a Member of the said Council, any restric- 
tion or disqualification in respect of the practice or residence of such Fellow 
or otherwise in the said Letters Patent contained to the contrary notwith- 
standing. But if any Member of the Council shall at any time after his Member of 

Election cease to be in the 60m fide practice of his Profession of a Surgeon, Council censmg 

•^ -^ ° to practise ^ur- 

or shall practise as an Apothecary, he shall thereupon cease to be such gerv. or prac- 

Member of the Council, and shall forfeit all his rights and privileges as Apothecary 

such Member thereof ; and it shall be lawful for the Council of the said s^^'^^l thereupon 

cease to be a 
College to declare the place of such Member in the Council to be vacant, Member of 

and the same shall be filled up in manner hereinafter directed respecting ^ ounciL 

vacancies izi the Council. 

"[1S52.] Iviii [15 Yict.] 

R. Vftcaneiesia 8. That all vacancies which shall from henceforth occur in the Councfl 
filled up on the ^^ ^^® ^^^^ College, either by reason of any of the Members thereof going 

Cii'st riiursday out of Office by rotation or from any other cause, shall be filled up in 
in July (or . . '' ' ^ 

witliui^one manner hereinafter mentioned on the first Thursday in the month of July 

mouth), unless |j^ every year, qr within one Calendar Month afterwards, unless at anv 
Members ot *^ '^ ' ^ 

Council sl^all time the number of Members of the said Council shall be reduced below 
belovv ef.^hteen eighteen, in which case it shall be lawful for the Council of the said Col- 
in which case lege to appoint such day for filling up the vacancies as they may think 
vacancies to be -i i i n •^ ts ^ 
filled up at such proper: and that the Council of the said College shall cause a notice of 

time as Council ^^ ^^^ appointed for the election of Members into the Council to su])])]y 
shall appoint. ... 

the vacancies occasioned either by Members going out of office by rotation, 

or by any other cause, and of the number of vacancies to be filled up, to 

be advertized in the * London Gazette ' at such time as the Council shall 

from time to time direct, before the day appointed for such Election, and 

shall also cause such notice to be published or announced in such other 

manner as the said Council may from time to time direct. 

9. Candidates 9. That every eligible Fellow who shall intend to offer himself as a 

for ...ents m Candidate for a Seat in the Council of the said College shall within such 
Council to ° 

transmit time as the Council shall from time to time direct from the publication of 

Nominations ' ^^^ ' London Gazette,' in which the day of Election shall be announced, 

Certificates and transmit or deliver to the Secretary of the said College a notice signed by 
])eclarations. ^ ■ ^o t> ^ • • 

himself of such his intention, together with a nomination signed by six 

Fellows of such person as a fit person to be elected into the Council, and 
a Certificate that he is in the bond fide practice of his Profession as a Sur- 
geon, and that he does not practise as an Apothecary, which Certificate 
shall be signed by three Fellows of the said College ; and the person so 
intending to offer himself as a Candidate for the Council shall at the same 
time transmit or deliver to the said Secretary a Declaration signed by him- 
self, that he is in the bond fide practice of his Profession as a Surgeon, and 
that he does not practise as an Apothecary ; and such Nomination and 
Certificate, and also such Declaration as last aforesaid, shall be in such 
form as the Council of the said College shall from time to time direct. 

10- ¥ellow8 

Tioniinating a 10. That no Fellow shall have power to nominate at any op'^ election 

ber of Candi- ^^^ greater number of persons as Candidates for the Council than the 

dates for Coun- number of vacancies which shall be to be filled up at such Election ; and 

cil than vacan- •/. t, ii i n i -m • 

cies to be filled ^* ^^7 -rcllow shall at any such Election nominate any greater number of 

up, incapaci- Candidates than as last aforesaid, then such Fellow shall be incapacitated 
tated from vot- ^ ^ 

ingttt Election, fiom voting at that Election. 

[1852.], lix [15 Vict.] 

11. That no Member of Council shall go out of Office by rotation whilst 11. Member of 
holding the Office of President ; and that as often as it shall happen that ^q outof Oilice 

the President shall be one of the Members who would at any Annual ^J rotation 

. . . whilst Presi- 

Meeting go out of Office by rotation, two Members of Council only, instead dent, but to go 

of three as prescribed by the Charter, shall be elected at such Meetinor — out of Office at 
i- •> ' >=> next Annual 

and that at the next Annual Meeting such Member shall go out of Office Election— and 

in addition to any other Members of Council going out of Office by rota- g-^j,^ ^^ „^ ^^^ 

tion according to our said Letters Patent — but any Member whose going oi' Office as if 

he had goneout 
out of Office shall have been postponed as above provided, shall in case of of office while 

his re-election into the Council on his going out of Office at such succeed- President. 

ing Annual Meeting as aforesaid, on all future occasions go out of Office 

in the same order as if he had been re-elected at the time when he would, 

but for this provision, have gone out of Office. 

12. That the Council of the said College shall cause lists of the names 12. Lists of 

of all eligible Fellows of the said College who shall in manner hereinbe- ^^^i^ ^o Coun- 

fore directed be nominated as Candidates for the Council, and shall have ^il, together- 

. . . • o with names of 

complied with the provisions hereinbefore contained respecting the Notice, Fellows by 

Certificate and Declaration to be transmitted to the Secretary of the said ^^/'^^ nomi- 

•' nated, to be 

College, together with the names of the FeUows by whom they shall re- pubUshed in 

spectively be so nominated, to be published in the * London Gazette * and ^^.^ London 

in two London Daily Newspapers, at such time before the day appointed Daily News- 
for the Election as the Council shall from time to time direct. 

13. That henceforth, instead of the name of every Fellow eligible to 13. Mode of 
be elected being announced to the Meeting in the order and according to ^^^"'^cement 
the priority in which his name shall stand in the Register of Fellows, as names of Can- 

•m-^ 01(19.1" PS 

directed by our said Letters Patent, the names of all Fellows included in 
the Lists so published as aforesaid, shall be announced to the Meeting as 
the Candidates for Election. 

14. That the names of the Members of the Council who shall in each 14. Names of 
year retire from Office by rotation, shall, if they shall be desirous of re- tirin^ from 

election, and shaU intimate such their desire in writing to the Secretary Council by 

rotation and 
of the said College within such period as the Council shall determine before desirous of re- 

the day appointed for the Election, be placed at the head of the Lists of ice^at tl^^^ 

Candidates to be published as hereinbefore directed ; and that such persons, bead of List of 

if re-elected into the Council, shall take precedence of all other persons 


[1852.] Ix [15 Vict] 

who shall be elected into the Council on the same day, and shall with 
respect to each other take precedence according to their former seniority 
in the Council, 

15. Required 15. That any Nomination and Certificate or Declaration hereinbefore 

Certificate and ^eq^ired to be made or produced upon or previously to the election of any 

]}eclaration to ^ ^ ,, -, • • - i t 

be conclusive Eellow into the Council of the said College, bemg transmitted or deiivereO 

to CouS ^bS ^^ *^® manner hereinbefore re(iuired, the same (as regards the matters or 
if afterwards particulars SO to be certified and declared as aforesaid, but no further) 
appeaVuntrue shall be final and conclusive as to the eligibility of such Fellow. But if 
or fraudulent, ^^ gj^j^^ afterwards appear to the satisfaction of the Council of the said 
Council to College that any such Nomination or Certificate or Declaration is in any 

declare the respect untrue or fraudulent, then it shall be lawful for the Council of the 

Member or •'^ 

Council to be said College to declare the Member of the Council, to whom such Nomi- 

no longer a 

Member and nation and Certificate may relate, or by whom such Declaration may have 

thereupon such \)qq^ made, to be no longer a Member of the said Council ; and thereupon 

cease to be^a evcry such Member of the Council of the said College shall cease to be 

Member of ^^^-^ Member thereof, and shall forfeit all his rights and privileges as such 

Member thereof ; and it shall be lawful for the Council of the said College 

to declare the place of such Member in the Council to be vacant, and the 

same shall be filled up in manner hereinbefore directed respecting Vacancies 

in the said Council, 

_ . 16. That every Fellow of the said College who shall from henceforth 

16. Exammers •' . n i n 

hereaiter elect- be elected to the Ofiice of Examiner of the said College, shall go out of 

office It end of ^^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^ °^ ^^"^^ ^^^^^ ^^^"^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^ election ; but that it 
Five Years, but shall be lawful for the Council of the said College immediately to re-elect 
re-elioiWe^ and such person to the said ofiice, and every such person being so re-elected, 

to take prece- g^j^^ ^r^]^^ precedence in the Court of Examiners, according to his former 

dence accord- ■'■ 

ing to ibrmer standing as a Member thereof. 


17 Board of ^'^' ^^^ ^^ ^^ ^^^" FURTHER WILL AND PLEASURE, That a Boafd of Exa- 

Exa miners in miners be appointed by the said College for the purpose of testing the 
testing the fit"- fitncss of persons to practise in Midwifery, and of granting Certificates of 

ness of persons ^^^-^ fitness ; and that such Board shall consist of not less than Three 
to. jiractise ., , 

Midwitery to persons. And we no hereby authorize and require the Oouncii oi tne 

consist of not -^ CoUege, within Twelve Months from the date of these our Letters 

less til an llu'ce " 

Peri::»us, to be Patent, to appoint not less than 'J'bree persons to be such Examiners in 

[1852.] Ixi [15 Vict] 

Midwifery, who shall continue in office for such period, and shall conduct appointed 
tne examinations in such manner, and shaU grant Certificates in such form j^Q^^i^g 
as the Council of the said College shall determine and from time to time 
direct. And it shall be lawful for the Council of the said College, from 
time to time, as vacancies shall occur in such last-'mentioned Board of 
Examiners, to appoint any persons to fill up the same. 

18. And we do hereby further declare our will and pleasure to 18. Confinna- 
BE, That all and every direction, provision, regulation, clause, matter or ^°° ° exist ing 
thing whatsoever, in the said several recited Letter's Patent of our Royal as hereby il- 
Predecessors and Ourselves, or in any Bye-Laws, or Bye-Law of the said 
College, contained, which may be repugnant to or inconsistent, or at va- 
riance with the several directions, provisions, and regulations herein con- 
tained, or any of them, in so far as the same are repugnant thereto, in- 
consistent or at variance therewith, shall be, and the same are hereby 
abrogated, repealed, and rendered of none efi'ect. But that, except in 
the respects hereby altered, the said College and the Council of the same 
shall continue to have all such, and the same jurisdiction, powers, authori- 
ties, and discretions for and with respect to the Government of the said 
College, and the election and choice of the Officers of the same, as well 
as the admission and expulsion of Members and Fellows, and for the 
making, ordaining, confirming, annulling, or revoking Bye-Laws, Ordi- 
nances, Rules, and Constitutions, and transacting and ordaining all other 
matters and things whatsoever, for the regulation, government, and 
advantage of the said College, as such College and the Council thereof 
respectively now have, under or by virtue of the said three several herein- 
before recited Charters or Letters Patent, or either of them respectively, 
or in any other lawful manner. 

And we do hereby for Us, Our Heirs and Successors, grant and con- 
firm unto them all such jurisdictions, powers, authorities and discretions 

And we do hereby for Us, Our Heirs and Successors, further grant unto 
the said College, that these, our Letters Patent, or tne enrolment or ex- 
emplification thereof, shall be in and by all things, good, firm, valid, suffi- 
cient and efi'ectual in the Law, according to the true intent and meaning 
thereof, notwithstanding the not fully or not duly reciting the said several 
Letters Patent, or the dates thereof, or any other omission, imperfection, 
defect, matter, cause or thing whatsoever, the same or any Rule or Law 



to the contrar>^ thereof, in anywise notwithstanding. In witness whereof 
We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent. 

Witness Ourself at Our Palace at Westminster, this Eighteenth day of 
March in the Fifteenth year of Our Reign. 

By Her Majesty's Command, 


23rd victoria. 

8th September, 1859. 

VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain 

and Ireland Queen, Defender of the Eaith, To all to avhom these presents 

SHALL COME GREETLXG, Whereas the Body Politic and Corporate of The Royal 

IV •. , rrv . u ^^^^^^^ OF Surgeons in London was incorporated or re-estabhshed under or 

liecital — That me v • -. <? j ' r^^ 

^orltfr?'"""'" ^^^^'^^® ^* a certain Charter or Letters Patent, bearing date at West- 
ESofcli'&Sie" '^'^^^'' ^^^ Twenty-second day of March in the Eortieth year of the Reign of 
III. ^' King George the Third, or otherwise as in such Letters Patent mentioned or 

p •. , rrw ^^^^^^^^ ^^' ^^^ further powers and privileges were granted to the said 

Jiecital — That n 11 v j^ • i 

further powers '-oilege by a Certain other or Supplemental Charter granted bv Letters 

■were granted hv jy , . , . ^ o ^ '-'J J^^^v^ia 

otlgliy! ^"^ ' bearing date at Westminster the Thirteenth day of February in the 

Third Year of the Reign of King George the Eourth. And by our Letters 
Patent, bearing date at Westminster the Fourteenth day of September in the 
Seventh year of our Reign, the name or style of the said College was altered 
to " The Royal CoUege of Surgeons of England," by which name or style the 

Recital— That the „„•! n 11 • n i i 

name of the Col- ^aid LoUcge IS HOW Called or known, and divers further powers and nrivi-. 

lege was altered -i t -, • ^ i 

and divers fur- legcs wcTc granted to the said College by our said Letters Patent And 

tner powers were -^ j? l, x * 

fer"uf'lth^vict''o- ^'^^^ further Letters Patent, bearing date at Westminster the Eighteenth 
na. " ' '" "* day of March in the Fifteenth year of our Reign, divers fui^ther powers and 

privileges were granted to the said College, and alterations were in certain 
?e"'o'tWpters ^^ ^^^ provisions and regulations contained in the said former Letters 
cKtS*" f ^oti^ ^^^^^* «^ ^^^^self ^^^ our Royal Predecessors : and the said College is now 

^■^8-iilated and governed by and according to the provisions of the said 
"eniment a^n^d Several Charters or Letters Patent, and also by or according to certain 

constitution ofxjT jr\j- , 

the College. ±}ye-Laws and Ordinances made by the said College for its regulation and 

better governnlent. 

[1859.] Ixiii [23 Vict.] 

And whereas by the Medical Act, made and passed ir^ the Twenty-first ««f-itni— or m^. 
and Twenty-second years of our Keign, it is amongst other things enacted anJi^^uii Victoria. 
" that it shall, notwithstanding anything therein contained, be lawful for 
Oiirself by Charter to grant to the lioyal College of Surgeons of Enghind 
power to institute and hold Examinations for the purpose of testing the 
fitness of persons to practise as Dentists who may be desirous of being so 
examined, and to grant Certificates of such Fitness." 

And whereas, in order to provide for the due qualification of persons Jijljlj^.^pt** ^h.^J 
practising as Dentists, it appea:s to us expedient that the said lioyal Col- 8ho„ia huvri'^oufr 
lege of Surgeons of England should have power to institute and liold Ex- ,nin!itu)'iis of pr- 
aniinations for the purpose of testing the fitness of such persons, subject Dentists! '^'' 
to the regulations and directions hereinafter mentioned. Now know ye, 
That We of our especial grace and mere motion, at the humble Petition of 
the said Royal College, have willed, ordained, constituted, and declared 
?ind granted, and by these Present? for Us, Our Heirs and Successors, do 
;vill, ordain, constitute and declare, and unto the said Royal College of 
Surgeons of England do grant in manner following, to wit, — 

1. That it shall be lawful for the Council of the said Colle^re to appoint i- Power of Conn- 

" ^ ^ en to appoint a 

a Board of Examiners for the purpose of testing the fitness of persons to Board of Exami- 

i ^ <^ ^ ncrs for testing 

practise as Dentists who may be desirous of being so examined, and to the Htness of per- 

t: J o ' sons to pruLtise 

grant Certificates of such fitness. And it i? our will and pleasure that ^ ^rant ^CerS*? 
such Board of Examiners be called the Board of Examiners in Dental ^g^ ° ^^^ ^ 
Surgery, and consist of not less than six Members, to be appointed as coifs*; sTof^nrtTsa 
hereinafter mentioned, three of whom shall be Members of the Court of fto^VYhMube'ra 
Examiners for the time being of the said College, and the others of them Exnmrners of t;?e 
shall be such persons skilled in Dental Surgery as the Council of the said otherf*to b" i)i'r^ 
College shall fi"om time to time think proper to appoint. Dental Surgery. 

2. And we do hereby authorize and require the Council of the said 2. That the Coun- 

cil sluiU aj^point 

College, within six calendar months from the date of these our Letters such lioaid with- 
in six months 

Patent, to appoint three persons, being Members of the Court of Exami- ^rom tins dat<i, 

•^ ^ i. -> cj to continue m 

ners of the said College, and also three such other persons skilled in Den- office for such pe- 

^ ' i nod, to coiuiuc: 

tal Surgery as thev may think fit, to be such Examiners in Dental Surgerv, ^^^ t-xammationfe 

o J ^ J f '-'«'' in suih manner 

who shall continue in Office for such period, and shall conduct the Scau-s^urM.di 
Examinations in such manner, and shall grant Certificates in such form, cU "shall '^dol:- 
as the Council of the said College shall determine and from time to time 
direct. .Ind it shall be lawful for the said Council of the said CoUege 


[1859.] Ixiv [23 Vict.] 

ThatTacanciesin from time to time, as vacancies shall occur in such last-mentioned Board 

the Board of Ex- ' 

»minerstobefiii- of Examiuers, to appoint any persons to fill up the same, nevertheless so 

ed up from time ' l r j r jr 7 

CoundL ^^ *^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^^ Board of Examiners shall always be constituted as hereinbe- 
fore directed. 

8. That all Per- 3^ ^j^ yL IS OTTR FI7RTHEE WILL AND PLEASTTEE, That the Said CoUej'e 

sons being 21 70 

Jav^n ''^com'^Hed ^^ admit all pcrsous who shall be desirous of being examined as aforesaid, 
tions a8 to^SduI whether Members of the said College or not Members thereof, to examina- 
ted To eiaiJiia- ^ou by the Said Board of Examiners in Dental Surgery. Provided never- 
theless that such persons shall have attained the age of Twenty-one years, 
and shall also have complied with such Rules and Regulations as to educa- 
tion as the Council of the said College shall from time to time consider 

4. Such reason- 4. That such reasonable Fees shall be paid for the Certificates of the 
paid for the Cer- Said Board of Examiucrs in Dental Surgery as the Council of the said 

tiflcate as the . . ■% • •% n it -r\ t -c\ 

Council shall by College shall from time to time think fit, and by any Bye-i^aw or Bye- 

Bye-Law8 direct. 

Laws direct. Provided always, and it is our further will and ple4 - 
The Certificate SURE, That thcso Prescuts shall not operate to create, or be taken or 

not to confer any 

right to be regis- (Jecmcd to coufcr upou auv pcrsou who shall obtain such Certificate of 

tered under the ^ ^ i 

MedicaiAct. fitncss as aforesaid, any right or title to be registered under the said 
Medical Act in respect of such Certificate. In witness whereof, We 
have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent. 

Witness Ourselves at our Palace at Westminster, this Eighth day of 
September in the Twenty-third year of Our Reign. 

liy Her Majesty's Command, 




[52 Vict.] 

o2nd victoria. 

20th July, 1888. 

VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great 
Britain and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Paith, To all to whoji these 
Presents shall come, Greeting, Whereis the Body Politic and Corporate 
of The Royal College of Surgeons in London was incorporated or re- 
established under or by virtue of a certain Charter or Letters Patent, 
bearing date at Westminster the Twenty-second day of March in the 
Fortieth year of the Reign of King George the Third, or otherwise, as in 
such Letters Patent mentioned or referred to, and further powers and 
privileges were granted to the said College by a certain other or Supple- 
mental Charter granted by Letters Patent, bearing date at Westminster 
the Thirteenth day of February in the Third Year of the Reign of King 
George the Fourth. And by our Letters Patent, bearing date at West- 
minster the Fourteenth day of September in the Seventh year of our 
Reign, the name or style of the said College was altered to " The Royal 
College of Surgeons of England," by which name or style the said College 
is now called or known, and divers further powers and privileges were 
granted to the said College by our said Letters Patent : And by our further 
Letters Patent, bearing date at Westminster the Eighteenth day of March 
in the Fifteenth year of our Reign, divers further powers and privileges 
were granted to the said College, and alterations were made in certain of 
the provisions and regulations contained in the said former Letters Patent 
of ourselves and our Royal Predecessors. And by our furth^^r Letters 
Patent, bearing date at Westminster the Eighth day of September in the 
Twenty-third year of our Reign, divers further powers and privileges were 
granted to the said College. 

Recital— That 
tlie College 
was incorpo- 
rated or re- 
e&'tabljshed by 
Charter of 
40th George 

Eeeital— That 
further powers 
were granted 
by Charter of 
3rcl George IV. 

Eeeital— That 
College was 
altered and 
further powers 
granted by 
Charter of 7th 

Eeeital— That 
further powers 
were granted 
by Charter of 
15th Victoria.. 

Eeeital— That 
further powers 
were granted 
bv Charter of 
2i3rd Victoria. 

And whereas the Governing Body of the said College consists of a Eeeital— That 
1908. g 

^588.] ' Ixvi [52 Vict.] 

the Governing Council of twenty-four persons, and vacancies therein are filled up by 

College 'con- election by the Fellows of the said College, and one of such twenty-four 

lists of a persons is the President, and two of them are the Vice-Presidents of the 

Council ot 

twenty - four Said College ; and the Court of Examiners of the said College consists of 

byTheFellows. ^^^ persons, and the said College is now regulated and governed by and 

according to the provisions of the said several Charters or Letters Patent, 

and also by or according to certain Bye-Laws and Ordinances made by the 

said College for its regulation and better government. 


Eecital — That AisTD WHEREAS, under and by virtue of the provisions and regulations 
may °bofd contained in the said former Letters Patent of Ourselves and our Uoya- 

Lands of the Predecessors, the amount of lands, tenements, Tents or hereditaments 

yearly value 

of £2000. whicn may be taken and held by the said College, including the Hall or 

Council-house thereof, is limited to lands, tenements, rents or heredita- 

Recital — That ments not exceeding the yearly value of .£2000 in the whole ; and at the 

the Council the election of the Members of the Council of the said College by the Fellows 

Fellows may thereof, the said Fellows are allowed to vote in person only, and not by 

vote in person 

only, and not proxy or voting-papers, and no such election can be proceeded with unless 

unless t teen ^here be Fifteen or more Fellows assembled and continuing together ; and 
be present. ° ° ' 

Recital — Of Candidates for the Council of the said College are required to be Fellows 

qualifications ^£ ^^^ ^^-^ College of not less than Fourteen years' standing as Fellows, 
required or ^ ^ ^ ■> 

Candidates for or Twenty j'cars' standing as Members thereof, and to fulfil certain con- 
ditions as to practice, and to be nominated for election to the said Council 
by six Fellows of the said College, and to transmit or deliver to th« 
Secretary thereof certain Certificates and Declarations, and a Fee of Ten 
Guineas (over and besides any Stamp Duty on his admittance or Diploma), 
is payable on the admittance to the Fellowship of the College of any such 

Recital— That Member of not less than Twenty years' standing ; and the said College is 
^ ■ ed^^^ to J^eqiiii^sd to appoint, and maintain a Board of Three Examiners in Mid- 

maintain a -vvifery for the purpose of testing by examination the fitness of persons to 

aminers in practise in Midwifery, and of granting Certificates of such fitness ; and the 

Midwiferyand ^^^^ ColWe is required to appoint and maintain a Board of Examiners in 

a Board of Six o i i i. 

Examiners in Dental Surger}^ for the purpose of testing the fitness of persons to practise 

fierv ^ "^' ^^ Dentists who may be desirous of being so examined, and to grant Cer- 
tificates of such fitness, and three of such Examiners in Dental Surgery 
are to be Members of the Court of Examiners of the said College for the 
time being, and three such other persons skilled in Dental Surgery as the 
Council of the said College shall thiuk fit. 

[188S.] Ixvii [52 Vict.] 

AxD wHERtJAS it appears to us expedient that the amount of land which Recital— That it 

ia expedient that 

may be taken, purchased, possessed, holden, and enjoyed by the said the Co11.-k« 

Colleore should be increased; that the election of Members of the Council a^i'-^^ to hold 

'^ more Land. 

3f the said College by the Fellows thereof should henceforth be by means That in elections 

for the Council 

3f voting-papers as well as in person, and that the number of Fellows the Fellows 

^ ^ ^ *- should be al- 

renuired to be present at any meeting: for the election of a Member or lowed to vote by 

•■■ ^ J r> voting-papers, 

Members of the Council of the said College should henceforth bo deter- ^"'^ . ^^^^\ ^\^ 

o number of rel- 

tnined and fixed by Bye-Law and not as hereinbefore-mentioned ; that b°'J,*|.e7eTi't'Ihouid 

modifications and alterations should be made in the length of standing and Bye'-Law!"^*'^^^ 

method of J^omination required of Candidates for the Council of the said That the quaiifl- 

^ cations required 

College, and that the said conditions as to practise and the said Certificates °^^ th^'^"coundi 

and Declarations should cease to be required or exist ; that the said ^^^^^^ ^^ ™***^' 

College should not henceforth be required to appoint a Board of Examiners, That the College 

should not be re- 

or to hold examinations for the purpose of testing the fitness of persons to quired to appoint 

, ^ a J?oard of Ei- 

practise in Midwifery, or of granting Certificates of such fitness. That the ^miners in Mid- 

^ " ^ '^^ <^ wifery, and that 

number of the Members of the said Board of Examiners in Dental Surgery the number of 

'-' J ixammers in 

should, if at any time the Council of the said College should think fit, be ^^^^^l ^Ce^7l 

increased beyond the number of six, and that such Members thereof as aScret'ion^of the 

shall not be Members of the Court of Examiners for the time being of the ^'*"°''"^^- 
said College should be persons duly registered under the provisions of the 

"Dentists' Act, 1878." [N'ow know ye, That We of Our especial grace Qrant. 
and mere motion, at the humble Petition of the said Royal College, have 
willed, ordained, constituted, and declared and granted, and by these 
Presents for Us, Our Heirs and Successors, do will, ordain, constitute and 
declare, and unto the said Royal College of Surgeons of England do grant 
in manner following, to wit, — 

1. That the said Royal College of Surgeons of England shall and may i. Powertothe 

take, purchase, possess, hold, and enjoy any lauds, tenements, and rents College to hold 

or hereditaments, wheresoever situate, lying, and being, not exceeding at yearly value of 

any one time, together with the aforesaid Hall or Council-hrtuse and its " ' 
appurtenances, and the lauds, tenements, rents, or hereditaments now 
held by them, the yearly value of .£20,000 in the whole. 

And We do hereby also for Us, Our Heirs and Successors, give and 
grant our especial license, full power, and lawful and absolute authority , 
to any Person or Persons, and any Bodies Politic or Corporate, to grant 

[1888.] IXviii [52 Vict.] 

alien, sell, convey, or dispose of, in perpetuity or otherwise, to or to the 
use and benefit of, or in trust for, the said Royal College of Surgeons of 
England, any lands, tenements, rents, or hereditaments whatsoever, not 
exceeding at any one time, together with the aforesaid Hall or Council- 
house and its appurtenances, and the lands, tenements, rents, or here- 
ditaments now held by them, the yearly value aforesaid of .£20,000 in 
the whole. 

2. In Elec- 2. That the Members of the Council of the said College shall be elected 
Council the ^Y ^^® F-ellows of the said College including the Members of the Council 

Fellows may y^]^Q g^e Pellows, and such Fellows, whether Members of the Council or 

Tote by means 

of voting pa- not, shall be allowed to vote either in person or by voting papers, to be 

auormn ^^ ° signed, authenticated, delivered, and recorded in such form and manner 

as the Council of the said College shall ftom time to time think fit and 

direct, but no such election shall be proceeded with unless there shall be 

such number of Fellows, exclusive of the Members of the Council, then 

actually present at a meeting convened for the purpose of electing a 

Member or Members of the said Council, as the CouDcil of the said College 

shall from time to time by Bye-Law fix and direct. 

3. Proceed- 3. That the chair at every such meeting shall be taken by the Presi- 

inffs for Elec- ^^^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^^ College, or in his absence by one of the Vice-Presidents, 
tion to the or in case also of their absence then by the senior Member of the Council 
adjournments of the said College then present. And if it shall so happen that from any 
thereof. cause the business of the day cannot be concluded upon such the day fixed 

for election as aforesaid, then and in every such case an adjournment of 
the meeting shall take place to the next day, at an hour to be named by 
Chairman (Sundays, Christmas days and Good Fridays being excepted 
and passed over when occasion shall require) and so from day to day 
(except as aforesaid) until the business of the meeting shall be completed ; 
but no business shall be discussed or attended to at any such meeting 
except the election of a Member or Members of the Council for which the 
same shall have been convened : Provided also that if upon the day fixed 
for any such election there shall not be such number of Fellows as is 
hereinbefore provided, assembled and continuing together for the purpose 
of such election, then at any time after the space of one hour after the 
time of day fixed for such election the chair may be taken as aforesaid 

[1888.] Ixix [r>2 Vict. 

and it shall be lawful for the Chairman to adjourn the meeting to the 
next day, and so from day to day (except as aforesaid) if necessary, 
in the manner hereinbefore mentioned with re;-ipect to adjournments 
of such meetings in case of the business thereof not being concluded as 

4. That from henceforth no Pellow of the said College who shall not 4. Fellows of 
have been a Fellow of the same for Ten years, or a Member of the same M^eniw'^ i 
for Twenty years, shall be eligible as a Member of the Council of the said Twenty years' 
College, but every Fellow of the said College, of such standing as afore- eligible for the 
said, shall be eligible as a Member of the said Council, any restriction or ^<^"^^"- 
disqualiMcation in respect of the standing or practice of such Fellow or 

otherwise in the said hereinbefore recited Letters Patent or any of them 
contained to the contrary notwithstanding. 

5. That every eligible Fellow who shall intend to offer himself as a 5. Nomination 

candidate for a seat in the Council of the said College, shall, within such ?^ Candidates 

° ^ ' lor Election to 

time from the publication of the ' London Gazette,' in which the day of the Council. 

election shall be announced, as the Council shall from time to time by 

Bye-Law direct, transmit or deliver to the Secretary of the said College a 

notice, signed by himself, of such his intention, together with a nomination 

signed by three Fellows of such person as a fit person to be elected into 

the Council, and such notice and nomination shall be in such form as the 

Council of the said College shall from time to time direct. 

6. That the Council of the said College shall cause lists of the names of 6. Lists of 
all eligible Fellows of the said College who shall, in manner hereinbefore Election to the 

directed, be nominated as Candidates for the Council, and shall have Council to be 

published in 
complied with the provisions hereinbefore contained respecting the notice the ' London 

to be transmitted to the Secretary of the said College, together with the ^^ 

names of tiie Fellows by whom they shall respectively be so nominated, to 

be published in the ' London Gazette ' and in two London daily new<? - 

papers, at such time before the day appointed for the election, as the 

Council shall from time to time by Bye-Law direct. That Section 15 of Repeal of Sec- 

our hereinbefore recited Letters Patent, bearing date at Westminster the l]?^ ^ ^^ °^ 

unarter of 

18th day of March in the Fifteenth year of our Eeign, shall be and the l^^th Victoria, 
same is hereby repealed, abrogated, and rendered of none effect. 



[52 Vict.] 

7. The exist- 
ing Board of 
Examiners in 
Midwifery to 
be dissolved, 
and no such 
Examiners to 
be hereafter 

7. That the existing Board of Examiners appointed by the said College 
or the Council thereof, under or by virtue of our said Letters Patent 
bearing date at Westminster the 18th day of March in the Fifteenth year 
of our reign, for the purpose of testing the fitness of persons to practise in 
Midwifery and of granting Certificates of such fitness, be and the same is 
hereby dissolved, and that from and after the date of these our Letters 
Patent, no such Examiners in Midwifery shall be appointed by the Council 
of the said College, or examinations held, or certificates granted or 
vacancies filled up as are authorised and required to be appointed, 
held, granted, and filled up respectively by our said first-named Letters 

8. Power to 
the Council to 
increase or 
diminish the 
number of 
Members of 
the Board of 
Examiners in 
Dental Sur- 

8. That it shall be lawful for the Council of the said College from time 
to time to increase or diminish the number of Members of the said Board 
of Examiners in Dental Surgery to such number, not being less than six, as 
the said Council shall think fit and determine: Pkovided always that, 
subject as hereinafter mentioned, the said Board shall henceforth always 
be constituted of such number (not being less than three) of Members of 
the Court of Examiners of the College for the time being, as the Council 
of the said College shall from time to time by Bye-Law determine, 
together with such number (not being less than three) of persons duly 
registered under the " Dentists' Act, 1878," as the said Council shall from 
time to time by Bye-LaAv determine : Pkovided also, that nothing herein 
contained shall affect or alter the rights or position of the present Members 
of the said Board of Examiners in Dental Surgery (if any) who are not 
registered under the " Dentists Act,' 1878," but such Members shall 
remain in office for the same period and exercise the same rights and 
powers pertaining to such office as if these our Letters Patent had not been 

9. Power to 
ibe Council to 
appoint Men*- 
bers of the 
Board of Exa- 
miners in Den- 
tal Surgerj. 

9. That it shall be lawful for the Council of the said College from time 
to time to appoint persons to be Members of the said Board of Examiners 
in Dental Surgery, either in order to increase the number thereof or to fill 
up vacanciyej therein, and such persons shall continue in office for such 
period, and shall conduct the examinations in such manner, and shall 
grant certificates in such form, as the Council o the said College shall 
determine and from time to time direct, nevertheless so that the 

[1888.] Ixxi [o2 Vict 

said JJoard of Examiiiei^ shall always be constituted as hereinbefore 

10. And we do hereby FFRTHEK DECfiAHF OUR WILL AND PLEASURE TO BE, Repo of 

That all aud every direction, provision, regulation, clause, matter, or thing existing char- 
whatsoever, in the said several recited Letters Patent of our Royal Prede- ^^^^ inconsis- 
tent uerewiih 
cessors and Ourselves, or in any Bye-Laws or Bye-Law of the said College 

contained, which may be repugnant to or inconsistent or at variance with, 
the several directions, provisions, and regulations herein contanied, or any 
of them, so far as the same are repugnant thereto, inconsistent or at 
variance therewith, shall be and the same are hereby abrogated, repealed, 
and rendered of noi^ke effect. But that except in the respects hereby 
altered, the said College and the Council of the same shall continue to 
have all such and the same jurisdictions, powers, authorities, and discre- 
tions, for and with respect to the Government of the said College, and the 
election and choice of the officers of the same, as well as the admission 
and expulsion of Members and Fellows, and for the making, ordainingv 
confirming, annulling, or revoking bye-laws, ordinances, rules, and 
constitutions, and transacting and ordaining all other matters and things 
whatsoever for the regulation, government and advantage of the said 
CoUege as such College aud the Council thereof respectively now have, 
under or by virtue of the said several hereinbefore recited Charters or 
Letters Patent or either of them respectively^ or in any other lawful 
manner : 

And WE DO hereby, for Us, our Heirs and Successors, grant and confirm Conlirniation 
,..,.. , . «f existing 

unto them all such jurisdictions, powers, authorities, and discretions Charters. 

accordingly, and direct that except as hereby varied the said Charters or 

Letters Patent shall be aud continue of full force and effect : 

And we do hereby, for Us, our Heirs and Successors, further grant under 
the said College that these our Letters Patent, or the enrolment or exem- 
plification thereof, shall be in and by all things good, firm, valid, sufficient 
and effectual in the law according to the true intent and meaning hereof, 
notwithstanding the not fully or not duly reciting the said several Letters 
Patent, or the dates thereof, or any other omission, imperfection, defect, 

[1888.] Ixxii [52 Vict.] 

matter, cause, or thing whatsoeTer, the same, or any rule or law to the 
contrary thereof, in anywise notwithstanding: 

In witness whereof we have caused these our Letters to be made 

Witness Ourself, at Westminster, the Twentieth day of July, in the 
Fifty-Second year of Our Reign. 

By Warrant under the Queen's Sign Manual, 


[1899.] Ixxiii [63 Vict.] 


22nd December, 1899. 

VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great 
Britain and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Faith, To all to whom 
THESE Presents shall come Greeting : Whereas the Body Politic and 
Corporate of the Rotal College of Surgeons in London was incorporated 
or re-established under or by virtue of a certain Charter or Letters 
Patent bearing date at Westminster the Twenty-second day of March in 
the Fortieth year of the lieign of King George the Third or otherwise 
as in such Letters Patent mentioned or referred to, and further powers 
and privileges were granted to the said College by a certain other or 
Supplemental Charter granted by Letters Patent bearing date at West- 
minster the Thirteenth day of February in the Third year of the Reign 
of King George the Fourth, and by our Letters Patent bearing date at 
Westminster the Fourteenth day of September in the Seventh year of our 
Reign the name or style of the said College was altered to " The Royal 
College of Surgeons of England " by which name or style the said College 
is now called or known and divers further powers and privileges were 
granted to the said College by our said Letters Patent. And by our further 
Letters Patent bearing date at Westminster the Eighteenth day of March in 
the Fifteenth year of our Reign divers further powers and privileges were 
granted to the said College and alterations were made in certain of the 
provisions and regulations contained in the said former Letters Patent 
of Ourselves and Our Royal Predecessor."?. And by our further Letters 
Patent bearing date at Westminster the Eighth day of September in the 
Twenty-third year of our Reign divers further powers and privileges were 
granted to the said College. And by our further Letters Patent bearing 
date at Westminster the Twentieth day of July in the Fifty-second year 
of our Reign divers further powers and privileges were granted to the 

[1899.] Ixxiv [63 Vict.] 

said College and divers provisions of the hereinbefore recited Letters 
Patent were repealed abrogated or altered. 

And whereas the said College consists of Fellows and Members thereof 
and the Governing Body of the said College consists of a Council of 
twent5'-four persons being Fellows and elected Members of the said 
Council, by the Fellows of the said College and one of such twenty-four 
persons is the President and two of them are the Vice-Presidents of the 
said College such President and Vice-Presidents being elected by the said 
Council, and the Court of Examiners consists of ten Fellows of the said 
College elected by the said Council, and the said College is now regulated 
and governed by and according to the provisions of the said several 
Charters or Letters Patent and also by or according to certain Bye-Laws 
Ordinances and Eegulations made by the said College for its regulation 
and better government. 

And whereas by virtue of our hereinbefore recited Letters Patent bearing 
date at Westminster the Eighteenth day of March in the Fifteenth year 
of our Reign the Council of the said College have power to appoint or 
admit to the Fellowship of the said College without examination but 
subject to certain conditions and regulations and the payment of certain 
fees persons who were Members of the said College on the Fourteenth day 
of September 1843, also two persons in each and every year being at the 
time of such admission Members of the said College of not less than 
Twenty years' standing, and also Fellows of the Royal College of Surgeons 
in Ireland the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh or of the Faculty 
of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow practising in England or Wales, 
but no other persons can be admitted to the Fellowship of the said College 
unless they shall have attained the age of Twenty-five years and complied 
with the rules and regulations directed by the Bye-Laws of the said College 
and passed a special examination by the examiners of the said College. 

And whereas it appears to us expedient that a new class of Fellows 
of the said College with limited rights and privileges should be created or 
instituted to be and be called Honorary Fellows of the Royal College of 
Surgeons of England and to be elected by the Council of the said College 
in manner hereinafter appearing. Now know te that We of Our Special 
Grace and mere motion at the humble Petition of the said College have 

[1899.] Ixxv [63 Vict.] 

willed ordained constituted and declared and granted and 1)y tliese 
Presents do will ordain constitute and declare and unto the said llo^al 
College of Surgeons of England do grant in manner following, to wit : — 

1. That it shall be lawful for the Council of the said College from 
time to time without examination or compliance with the rules and 
regulations by the hereinbefore mentioned Bye-Laws of the College in 
that behalf directed but subject to such rules and regulations, if any, as 
the said Council shall from time to time think fit and direct to elect such 
persons whether British subjects or not and whether of the age of Twenty- 
live years or not as the said Council shall deem sufficiently distinguished 
for the purpose to be and such persons shall be and be called Honorary 
Fellows of the Koyal College of Surgeons of England anything to the 
contrary in any of the hereinbefore recited Letters Patent of Ourselves or 
Our E,oyal Predecessors or in the Bye-Laws or Regulations of the said 
College notwithstanding. Provided always that the number of such 
Honorary Fellows existing at one and the same time shall never exceed 

2. That the fitness and election of each such person shall be determined 
by the vote or ballot of the said Council and be decided by a majority of 
votes or balls. 

3. That every person so elected shall receive such Diploma or other 
evidence of his election as the Council shall from time to time think fit 
and direct but no fee shall be payable by any such person in respect of 
his election or of such Diploma or other evidence of election. 

4. That no such Honorary Fellow shall be eligible as a Member of the 
Council or Court of Examiners of the said College or entitled to vote at 
any election of a Member or Members of the said Council but every such 
Honorary Fellow shall have and enjoy such of the other Corporate rights 
and privileges attaching to the Fellowship of the said College and be 
subject to such Eules and Regulations as the said Council may from time 
to time think fit and direct. 

5. That no person so elected an Honorary Fellow of the said College 
shall thereby acquire any right to practise Surgery or to be registered 

[1899.] Ixxvi [63 Vict.] 

as a registered Medical Practitioner under or by virtue of the Medical 
Acts or any of them. 

6. Teat save in so far as concerns the election admission rights and 
privileges of such Honorary Fellows the qualifications conditions and 
methods of admission rights and privileges of Pellows of the said College 
shall be and remain the same as are prescribed by or by virtue of the 
hereinbefore recited Letters Patent and the Bye-Laws llules and Regu- 
lations of the said College for the time being in force. 

In witness whereof we have caused these our Letters to be made 
Patent : 

Witness Ourself at Westminster the Twenty-second day of December 
in the Sixty-third year of Our Reign. 

By Warrant under the Queen's Sign Manual, 


[1875.] Ixxvii [38 & 30 Viot.] 

[38 & soviet.] Medical Ads Amendment [Cii, 43.] 

( College of Surgeons). 


An Act to amend the Medical Acts so far as relates to the Royal A.D. 1875. 
College of Surgeons of England. [10th July 1875.] 

WHEREAS by the Medical Act (hereinafter called the principal Act) 21 k 22 Vict. 

. . c. 90. 

and Acts amending the same every person becoming possessed of any 

one or more of the qualifications mentioned iii the said Acts is to be 
entitled to be registered under the principal Act, and one of such qualifi- 
cations is that of fellow or member or licentiate in midwifery of the 
Royal College of Surgeons of England : 

And whereas by the principal Act it is further provided that any two 
or more of the colleges and bodies in the Medical Acts in that behalf 
mentioned may, with the sanction and under the direction of the general 
council, unite and co-operate in conducting the examinations required for 
qualifications to be registered under the principal Act : 

And whereas the Royal College of Surgeons of England is one of 
such bodies, but doubts are entertained whether it is able to take 
advantage of the hereinbefore recited provisions of the principal Act 
unless it receives further powers from Parliament, and accordingly it 
is expedient to amend the Medical Acts so far as relates to the said 
college : 

Be it enacted by the Queen's most Excellent ^lajesty, by and with the 
advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, 
in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, 
as follows : 

1. If in pursuance of the principal Act the Royal College of Surgeons Poyrer to 

of England unites or co-operates with any of the colleges or bodies in n^ii °^% 

that behalf mentioned in the Medical Acts in conducting the examinations Surgeons of 
,.,, . . Ill • • 1 t 1 England to 

required for qualifications to be registered under the principal Act, then, xxxvikc bve- 

[Ch. 43.] 


[38 & 39 Vict.] 

A.D. 1875. 

laws with a 
view to the 
Medical Act. 

Saving power 
of council to 
admit to the 
fellowship in 
certain cases. 

Bye-laws to 
be approved 
by the Privy 

nobwithstandiiig anything in any statute or charter contained, it shall be 
lawful for the council for the time being of the said college to prescribe, 
by a bye-law under the common seal of the said college, that no person 
shall become a fellow or member or licentiate in midwifery of the said 
college unless (in addition to passing such examination (if any) and 
complying with such other conditions (if any) as may be prescribed by 
any bye-laws in force for the time being made in pursuance of any 
charter of the said college) he shall have passed such examinations, 
hereinafter called the joint examinations, for qualification to be regis- 
tered under the Medical Act, and complied with such conditions relating 
thereto as may be agreed upon between the said college and the college 
or body, colleges or bodies, with whom the said college may be united or 
co-operating as aforesaid ; and every person who shall have passed such 
joint examinations and complied with such conditions as aforesaid shall 
be entitled to receive letters* testimonial of his qualification to practise 
the art and science of surgery under the common seal of the said college, 
on obtaining which he shall become and be constituted a member of the 
said college, subject to all the regulations, provisions, and bye-laws in 
force for the time being of the said college : 

Provided that nothing in this Act contained shall diminish or affect 
anj' power which the council of the said college at the time of passing 
this Act may have, under any charter, of appointing or electing to be 
fellows of the said college, without examination, any of the present 
members of the said college who if this Act had not passed would be or 
might become eligible, by reason of their standing as members, to be 
appointed or elected fellows of the said college without examination, or 
any fellows or members or licentiates respectively of the Roj^al College 
of Surgeons in Ireland, the Royal (College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, or 
the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, who shall at the 
time of passing this Act be in the bona fide practice of the profession of a 
surgeon of England or Wales, and shall have obtained their respective 
diplomas or licenses after examination : 

Provided also, that no bye-law made in pursuance of this Act shall be 
of any force unless it has the approval of the Lords of Her Majesty's 
Most Honourable Privy Council, and that it shall be lawful for said 
Lords of the Council at any subsequent time, if they shall think fit, to 
revoke such assent. 

[38 & 39 Vict.] Ixxix [Ch. 43.] 

2. Nothing in this Act contained shall deprive the said college of the A.D. IfiTf). 
right (if any) existing at the passing of this Act, or relieve them from Saving riglits 
the obligation (if any) existing at the passing of this Act, to admit women ^' ^'V^ college 
to the examinations required for letters testimonial of the college, or for women to 

a qualification to be registered under " The Medical Act, 1858," or to aminations 
grant letters testimonial to any woman who has satisfactorily passed the 
examinations and fulfilled the other general conditions imposed upon 
persons seeking to obtain from the said college such letters testimonial 
or qualification. 

3. This Act may be cited for all purposes as " The l\redical Act, lloyal "^^^^^ *"<^ 

College of Surgeons of England, 1875," and shall be construed as one of Act. 

with the Medical Acts. 



1. The Common Seal of the Eoyal 
College of Surgeons of England shall 
consist of the xirmorial Bearings, Crest, 
Supporters and Motto of the College, 
as registered in Her Majesty's College 
of Arms ; and of which a fac-simile is 
here given. 

2. The Seal shall be in the custody 
of the President and Vice-Presidents. 

3. The Seal shall not be affixed to 
any instrument, except m the presence 
of the President or one of the Vice- 
Presidents, or in their absence in the 
presence of the Senior Member of the 


1. There shall be an Honorary Medal of the College, to be awarded by the Council 
under such Rules and Conditions as the Council shall from time to time determine. 

2. The Honorary Medal shall not be awarded to any Member of the Council. 

The making, 


altering or abrogating any Bye-Law shall be in the following 
manner : — 

A written Formula for any proposed Bye-Law, or for altering or for abrogating 
any existing Bye-Law, being delivered by a Member of the Council to the President 

* The Common Seal of the Royal College of Surgeons of England shall consist of the Armorial Bearings, Crest, 
Supporters, and Motto of the College as registered in Her Majesty's College of Arms asfoUoirs, rh. .- — " Q-aarteriy 
a Cross of St. George thereon, an Imperial Crown betveen two Anchxjrs erect in pale and two Fo^^^-ullifem n fexg ; in 
the first and fourth Quarters a Serpent vowed; i)i the second and third a Lion couchnnf puardant. ' w%rfi " a Chief 
thereon, a Lion of England," and " on a wreath an Eagle reguardant. an imperial Crown on the head, and a \lace 
in the dexter claw," with the Mottc " Qute pro«unt omtiiftus Aries;" "on the dexter side the Jigvre of Vackaon , 
holding in the exterior hand a broken arrow, and on the Si;rUffr the figure of Podaliriua, in his exterior hand a 'tof 
entwined hy a Herpent ; " of which Armorial Bearings Jfc. a representation ts here given. 

1908 h 


or prcsidms: Member at any Meeting of the Council, shall thereupon be read ; and 
if seconded, be taken into consideration; the Council shall then decide by Ballot, 
whether the said Formula shall be referred to a Committee ; and if a Majority be in 
favour of such reference, a Committee of three Members of the Council shall imme- 
diately be elected, b}- marking lists, to whom the said Formula shall be referred : 
and such Committee shall thereupon take the said Formula into consideration and 
report their opinion thereon to the next Meeting of the Council. 

At which next or any succeeding Meeting, the Council, having considered the report 
of the said Committee, shall ballot for the acceptance or rejection of the said Formula ; 
and if the same be then approved and accepted, it shall be again referred to the said 
Committee, in order that the Opinion of Counsel may be taken upon any point therein, 
if in the judgment of the said Council or Committee such Opinion be necessary. 

And the said Committee shall report to the next Meeting of the Council their 
determination in the matter, with the Opinion of Counsel, if any have been taken ; 
and if the said Formula be again approved by a Majoritj^ of the said Council or of 
any succeeding Council, the same shall be ordained by such Council, signed by the 
Members present, and submitted to the proper authority, for sanction and ratification. 


1. The place and time appointed for every Meeting of the Fellows for the Elec- 
tion of Members or a Member of the Council shall be announced in the ' London 
Gazette,' and in two London daily Newspapers, not less than thirty days and not 
more than forty before the day of Meeting. 

2. Every eligible Fellow desirous of a seat in the Council shall, within ten days 
from the publication of the ' London Gazette ' in which the day of Meeting for tlie 
Election shall be announced, transmit or deliver to the Secretary of the College, a 
notice signed by himself in the following Terms : — 

I, A. B.,of C., Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, do hereby 
declare, that I am a Candidate for a Seat in the Council of the said College ; 

Together with a Nomination signed by three Fellows of the College in the follow- 
ing Terms : — 

We, the undersigned Fellows of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, do 
hereby certify that A. B., of C, is in our estimation a fit person to be elected into 
the Council of the said College ; and we do hereby nominate him a Candidate for a 
seat in the said Council, 

3. The names of the eligible Fellows who shall have been nominated as Candi- 
dates for the Council in the manner hereinbefore required, and shall have complied 
with the provisions respecting the said notice, together with the names of the three 
Fellows by whom they shall respectively have been nominated, shall be published 
in the "London Gazette,' and in two London daily Newspapers, not less than ten 
days before the day appointed for the Electioii. 

4. Members of the Council retiring from Office by rotation, and desirous of re- 
election, shall intimate such their desire in writing, addressed to the Secretary, 
within ten days from the publication of the 'London Gazette' in which the day of 
Meeting for the Election i-hnW be announced; and the names of such Members shall 

BYE-LAWS. Ixxxiii 

bo published in tbo ' Ldn(l()n Gazette' and in the said two London daily JSewspapf^s 
at the head of the list of the names of the several other Candidates to be therein 
published as aforesaid. 

D. Not less than ten days prior to the day fixed for such ^[eeting, the Secretary 
shall deliver or send by the post to every Fellow of the College, whose address in 
the United Kingdom is registered at the College, a voting-paper, in such form as 
the Council of the College may from time to time direct. 

(3. Every such Fellow, if he desires to vote at such Election, by voting-paper, and 
not in person, shall return such voting-paper marked, enclosed, sealed, authenticated 
and attested in such manner as the Council shall from ti/ue to time direct and 
require, and so as the same shall be received by the Secretary, or person acting 
for him, not later than the time appointed for the commencement of such 

7. At every fleeting for Election into the Council, not less than six Fellows of 
the College exclusive of the Members of Council being actually present, the Chair- 
man having declared the business of the day, and appointed two of the Fellows 
present to act as Scr-itineers in taking the result of the liallot, the Secretary or 
person acting for him shall announce to the Meeting the names of the several 
Candidates so published as aforesaid in the order in which such names were so 
])nblished, except the name or names of such of the said Candidates as shall pre- 
viously have signified to the Secretary in Avriting his or their desire not to proceed 
to the Election, whereu]ion a Ballot shall be forthwith taken for the Election of 
such a number of Members as shall be re(]uired to fill up the vacancies in the 
Council, and the Secretary or person acting tor him shall thereupon deposit in the 
Ballot-box the voting-papers which he shall have duly received, and sucli Ballot 
shall be kept o])en for two hours ; and at the expiration of such two hours, the 
Balloting-box shall, in the presence of the two Scrutineers, be opened by the 
Chairman, who shall, in the presence and with the concuiTence and assistance of 
the two Scrutineers, ascertain the result of such Ballot, and shall forthwith declare 
the names of the Fellows elected into such vacancies, and thereupon the Election 
of such Fellows to be Members of the Council shall be deemed to be and be 

8. If at any Election two or more Candidates for one or more vacancies shall 
obtain an equal number of votes, the right of such Candidates to be elected shall be 
determined by their seniority in standing as Fellows of the College, the senior of 
such Fellows being preterred. 

9. When there shall be any vacancy in the Council by the death or resignation of 
a Member, the Fellow, of those elected, Avho shall have been so elected by the 
smallest number of votes, shall be the substitute Member of Council in the room 
of such Member ; and when more tlian one such vacancy shall be required to be so 
filled up, the Fellow elected by the smallest number of votes shall be the substitute 
in the room of that Member whose period of Otfice would have first terminated, and so 
in regard to each of such vacancies respectively. And if it shall at any time happen 
that more than one Member shall be elected by the same number of votes, being 
with reference to the other Fellows elected the smallest number of votes, the youngest 
in standing as a Fellow of the persons so elected by such equal number of votes 
shall be the substitute Member, and so m regard to each of such vacancies re- 


Ixxxiv BYE-LAWS. 


1. Should any Member of the Council be absent from more than four consecutive 
Meetings, without leave of the Council, he shall ipso facto cease to be a Member of 
the Council, unless a reason for such absence satisfactory to the Council be assigned. 

2. Any Member of the Council who shall wilfully disobey any Bye-Law, Ordi- 
nance, Rule, or Constitution of the College, shall be liable to censure or removal 
from the Council, by resolution thereof. 

3. If any Member of the Council, ceasing to be or removed from being a Member 
of the Council, by virtue of either of the two preceding Clauses, shall be the 
President, or one of the Vice-Presidents of the College, he shall on so ceasing to 
be, or being removed from being a Member of the Council, also cease to hold the 
office of President or Vice-President, as the case may be. 


1. The Resignation of a Member of the Council shall not be effectual until the 
acceptance thereof by the Council. 

2. Every Member of the Council, whose Resignation shall have been accepted, or 
who shall have been removed, or who shall have gone out of office by rotation, shall, 
ipso facto, cease to be a Member of every Committee of w^hich he shall have been 
elected a Member. 


1 . A Meeting of the Council shall be holden upon the first Thursday in January, 
April, July, and October in every year ; or within one Calendar Month after each 
of those days. 

2. The President may call a Meeting of the Council whenever he shaU judge the 
same to be necessary. 

3. The President may call a Meeting of the Council upon a Requisition, signed 
by eight or more Members of the Council. 

4. Upon the demand of three Members, any question under consideration by the 
Council shall be decided by Ballot. 

o. Every Resolution of the Council relating to Censure or Removal shall be sub- 
niitted to the Council at a Meeting specially to be holden for that purpose ; of which 
Meeting seven days' Notice, by summons, stating such purpose, shall be given to the 
Members of the Council. 

e. Evory question in the Council relating to Censure or Removal shall be deter- 
mined by Ballot. 

7. E\'^i3iy Member present from the commencement until the termination of any 
Me?ting of the Council shall be entitled to One Guinea. 


1. Every Election into the Court of Examiners shall take place at a Meeting of 
I'lio Council, of which l^Eceting not less than seven days' notice shall bo given to the 
Members of t ho Council by Summons, and notice of such Meeting and the purpose 
thereof and the number of vacancies to be filled up thereat shall further be given 


by advcrtiscmont in such Pii])lic Journala or Ncwspapors as tlio Council of tlirt 
College shall from time to time determine and direct, a reasonable time before l\ut 
date fixed for snob Meeting. 

2. No Fellow of the College shall be eligible for election as a Member of the 
Court of Examiners, unless not less than three clear days before the Meeting of the 
Council for the election he shall have been nominated in writing ])v a Member of 
the Council, or unless not less than seven clear days before the Election he shall 
have made application m writing to the Secretary, to be admitted as a Candidate 
for election into the Court of Examiners. 

3. No Fellow of the College shall be elected a Member of the Court of Examiners 
unless, in addition to having been nominated or having made such application as 
aforesaid, he shall obtain a number of votes representing an absolute majority of 
the Members of the Council then present at the Meeting tor such Election wlicthcr 
voting or not. Such votes to be taken by ]3allot in manner following : — 

4. On the day and at the time appointed for the Election, the Secretary, or 
person acting for him, shall announce to the Meeting the names of all the Fellows 
of the College who shall have been duly nominated, or made application as herein- 
before provided, whereupon a Ballot shall be taken in manner following: that is to 
say, every Member of the Council present and desiring to vote, shall put into the 
Ealloting-box a slip of paper containing one of the names so announced co the 
Meeting, the papers shall then be severally examined by the President or Presiding 
Member, and the names written thereon read aloud by the Secretarj- or person 
acting for him, and the Candidate, if any, Av^ho shall obtain a majority of votes 
representing an absolute majority of the Members of the Council then present at 
the Meeting, whether voting or not, shall be declared to be and be duly elected a 
Member of the Court of Examiners for the period of five years. 

5. If at the first Ballot for the election of a Member of the Court of Examiners, 
no Candidate shall obtain a number of votes representing such absolute majority, a 
second Ballot shall be taken, the name of the Candidate obtaining the smallest 
number of votes in the first Ballot being omitted and excluded from such second 
Ballot, and if on such second Ballot no Candidate shall receive a number of votes 
representing an absolute majority of the Members of the Council then present at the 
Meeting, whether voting or not, a third Ballot shall be taken, the name of the 
Candidate obtaining the smallest number of votes in the second Ballot being omitted 
and excluded from such third Ballot, and so on until some Candidate shall have 
obtained a number of votes representing an absolute majority of the Members of 
the Council then present at the Meeting, whether voting or not, when he shall b«; 
declared to be and be duly elected a Member of the Court of Examiners for tho 
period of five years. 

(3. If at any Ballot two or more Candidates shall obtain an equal number of 
votes, being with respect to the other Candidates the smallest number of votes 
obtained by any Candidate, the Junior or Juniors on the KoU of Fellows shall be 
omitted and excluded from the succeeding Ballot. 

7. If at the first Ballot there be more than two Candidates, and all of them shall 
obtain an equal number of votes, the Junior on the lloU of Fellows shall be omitted 
and excluded from the second Ballot, and so on at each succeeding Ballot. 

8. The above procedure shall be adopted with regard to the Election of as many 
Candidates as there are vacancies to be filled up at such Meeting, the name of any 
Candidate already elected being omitted and excluded from all subsetjuent Ballots. 

IxXXvi B\'E-LAWS. 


k?houlcl a Member of the Court of Examiners be absent from that Court more than 
six successive Meetings without assigning a Keason satisfactory to the Court, such 
Absence shall be reported to the Council holden next after the said six Meetings ; 
ajid the Member so absenting himself shall be liable to removal from the Court by 
resolution of the Council. 


The Resignation of a Member of the Court of Examiners shall not take effect 
until the acceptance thereof by the Council. 


1. The Court of Examiners shall be authorized to hold such Courts for the 
Examination of Candidates for the Fellowship of tlie College and to make such 
adiovirnments tliereof as may by them be judged necessary. 

"2. Tbe Court of Examiners shall constitute and be the Examiners in Surgery 
ap]tointed by the College for the Joint Examinations to be conducted by the College 
and the Royal College of Physicians of London, and shall receive in respect thereof 
such remuneration as the Council shall from time to time determine and direct. 
Six at least of the said Court of E^xaminers shall attend each Examination in 
Surgery forming part of such Joint Examinations. 

3. Ever}- Member of the Court of Examiners present from the commencement 
t o the termination of any meeting of the Court of Examiners relative to Exami- 
nations, but not for the purpose of conducting any of the above Examinations, shall 
be entitled to One Guinea. 

4. In every case of Examination for the Diploma of Fellow the Examiners present 
from the commencement to the termination of such Examination shall be entitled to 
an ecpial division of such a sum as the Council shall from time to time determine 
whether the person examined be approved or not. 


The mode of Ejection of President and Vice-Presidents shall be as follows : — 
1. Every Member of the Council present at the Meeting for such Election, having 
been furnished with a list of the Members of the Council, shall, if desirous of voting, 
put a mark against the name of one person in such list, and put the same into the 
Ralloting-box ; the papers shall then be severally examined by the President (or 
Presiding Member), and every name against which such mark shall have been put 
shall be read aloud by the Secretary, or person acting for him ; and the person (if 
any) against whose name there shall have been affixed a number of marks repre- 
senting an absolute majority of the Members of the Council then present at the 
Meeting, whether voting or not, shall be, and be declared to be, duly elected 


2. In case it shall appear that no niune in the said lists has a niiml)cr of marks 
representing- such abisolute majority affixed ag-ainst it, a second liallot shall he 
taken, tlie name against whicli tlie smallest nuniher of marks was affixed in the 
first Ballot being omitted and excluded from the second Ballot, and so on witli 
subsequent Ballots, until some name shall have a number of marks affixed against 
it re])resenting an absolute majority of the Members of the Council then present at 
the Meeting, whether voting or not, when the person against whose name such 
number of marks shall have been affixed shall be, and be declared to be, duly 
elected President. 

3. If any difficulty shall arise with respect to any such Ballot by reason of the 
names of two or more persons having an equal number of marks affixed against 
them, the question shall be decided according to the seniority of such persons as 
Members of the Council, the name of the Junior being omitted and excluded 
from the succeeding Ballot. 

4. The same procedure shall be adopted with regard to the Election of each of 
the Vice-Presidents. 



1. The Council shall, under such llegulations, and for such time or period as to 
them shall seem proper (but always subject to removal at the pleasure of tlie 
Council), appoint such persons as they shall think proper for the purpose of con- 
ducting Examinations in Anatomy and Physiology of Candidates for the Diploma 
of Eellow. 

2. The Council shall further appoint such persons for such periods and on such 
terms as they shall think fit to be the Examiners in Anatomy and Physiology to be 
appointed by the College for the Joint Examinations conducted by the College and 
the Eoyal College of Ph3-siciaus of London. Xo person shall be ineligible under 
this clause by reason of having been appointed under the preceding clause. 

3. The Examinations in Anatomy and Physiology to be required of all Candidates 
for the Diploma of Fellow shall be held at such time and conducted in such manner 
as the Council of the College shall from time to time direct. 

4. The Council shall have power to accept from any Candidate for the Diploma 
of Fellow, in lieu of such Examination in Anatomy and Physiology, any Degree, 
Diploma, Licence, or Certificate of any L^niversity, College, or other public body 
whose Degree, Diploma, Licence, or Certificate the Council shall deem to be e(]ui- 
valent to the passing of such Examination. 


1. Xo person under the age of Twenty-one years shall become a Member of the 
College nor unless and until he shall have passed the Examinations for Qualifications 
to be registered under the ^^ledical Act, held by the Examining Board for the time 
being constituted under the Scheme and llegulations approved and adopted by the 
Royal College of Physicians of London on March 12th, 1883, and by the College 
on April 29th, 1S83 (herein called the Joint Examinations), and comi)lied with 
the conditions relating thereto contained in the said Scheme and llegulations, or 


such conditions as may be agreed upon between the College of Physicians and the 
Collej<e for the time being. Nothing contained in this Section shall diminish 
or affect the right of any person who shall have commenced professional study 
before the 1st of October, 1884, to be examined for and to receive the Diploma 
of Member of the College ; but such right, where it exists, shall remain and 
continue, to all intents and purposes, as if this Bye-Law had not been enacted. 

2. The Diploma of Member shall be in such Eorm as the Council may from time 
to time judge proper. 

3. The Seal of the College shall be affixed to the Diploma of every Member of the 

4. Every person, prior to his admission as a Member of the College, shall, in the 
presence of an Officer of the College, make and subscribe his name to the following 
Declaration : — 

" I, A. B., do solemnly and sincerely declare, that, while a Member of the Eoyal 
College of Surgeons of England, I will observe the Bye-Laws thereof: that I will 
obey every lawful Summons issued by order of the Council of the said College, 
having no reasonable excuse to the contrary : and that I will demean myself 
honourably in the practice of my Profession ; and to the utmost of my power 
maintain the dignity and welfare of the College."' 

5. Every person, prior to his admission as a Member, shall subscribe his name 
to a Copy of the Bye-Laws of the College, in testimony of his having engaged him- 
self to the observance thereof. 

6. The fee for the Diploma of Member, exclusive of the fees payable for the 
Licence of the lloyal College of Physicians of London under the Scheme and 
Ilegulations for the Joint Examinations, shall be such sum not exceeding Twenty 
Guineas and shall be payable in such manner and at such times as the Council 
from time to time direct, and in addition thereto there shall be paid the Stamp 
Duty, if any, on such Diploma and such reasonable fees for and in case of re- 
examination as shall be in like manner directed. 

7. If the Court of Examiners shall find any circumstance in the Character, 
Conduct, or mode of Practice of any Candidate for Examination which in their 
opinion renders such Candidate unfit to be admitted a Member of the College, the 
said Court shall have the power of declining to examine him until the opinion of 
the Council shall have been taken thereon. 


The Council will, at all times, protect and defend every Fellow and Member of 
the College who may be disturbed in. the exercise and enjoyment of the Rights, 
Privileges, Exemptions, and Immunities, acquired by him as a Follow and Member 
or Member thereof. 


1. If any Fellow or Member of the College shall after due enquiry be judged 
by the Council to have been guilty of disgraceful conduct in any professional 
respect, he shall be liable to removal by resolution of the Council from being a 
Fellow and Member or Member of the College. 

BYE-LAWS. Ixxxix 

2. Should any Fellow or Member of the College be convicted of any Criminal 
Offence, or have his name removed from the Medical Register by the General 
Medical Council under Section XXIX. of the Medical Act of 1858, tlie Council of 
the College may, if they should consider the offence of which he shall have been so 
convicted, or for which his name shall have been so removed, to be of such a nature 
as to render him unfit to remain a Fellow and Member or a Member of the 
College, remove such Fellow or Member by resolution to that effect, from being a 
Fellow and ^lember or a Member of the College. 

3. Any Fellow or Member who shall have been removed by Kesolution of the 
Council as aforesaid shall thereby forfeit all his rights and privileges as a Fellow 
and Member or a Member of the College ; and his Diplomas or Diploma shall there- 
upon be void and shall become the property of the College, and be delivered up by 
such Fellow or Member to the College on demand, provided that if at any subsequent 
time the Council of the College by Resolution, and subject to such conditions as they 
may think proper, rescind any Kesolution which may have been passed under any 
of the preceding Bye-Laws for removing any person from being a Fellow and 
Member or Member of the College, such rescinding of the former Kesolution shall have 
the effect of restoring such person to the Fellowship or Membership of the College, 
and such person shall, notwithstanding such removal or forfeiture as aforesaid, but 
subject to such conditions as the Council may in the particular case see fit to impose, 
be restored to his rights and privileges as a Fellow and Member or a Member of 
the College. 


1. No business whatever shall be transacted, nor any matter be discussed or de- 
bated, at any meeting or assemblage convened by or under the authority of the 
President or Council, or before or after the business thereof shall have com- 
menced, other than the particular business or matter in respect of which such 
meeting or assemblage shall have been convened ; nor shall any debate or dis- 
cussion whatsoever be had or allowed at any meeting convened by the President 
or Council for the delivery of Lectures or Orations, either before or after the 
same shall have commenced or terminated. And no meeting or assemblage of 
Fellows or Members of the College shall be held in the Hall or Council House of 
the College, or in any of its appurtenances, unless convened by or under the autho- 
rity of the President or Council ; and no Fellow or Member of the College shall 
advertise, or convene or attend, or combine with others to advertise, or convene or 
attend, any meeting or assemblage in the Hall or Council House of the College, 
or in any of its appurtenances, not authorized by the President or Council. And 
any Fellow or Member of the College who may in any manner offend herein shall 
be liable to be restrained and excluded by the Council from attending any Oration 
and Lectures at the Theatre, and from any use of or admission to the Libraiy 
and Museum, and to be suspended from any or all other Privileges which he may 
have as a Fellow and Member or a Member of the College, for any such period as 
the Council may adjudge, or to removal by resolution of the Council from being 
a Fellow and Member or a Member of the College. And every Fellow or Member 
of the College who shall thereupon be removed as aforesaid shall forfeit all his 
rights and privileges as a Fellow and Member or a ^Member thereof. 

2. All meetings convened by or under the authority of the President or Council 


of the College, as \vell for general business as for the delivery of Orations or Lec- 
tures, or for the distribution of Prizes, shall be under the control and direction of 
the President or other Member of the Council presiding at such Meeting. And any 
Pellow or Member of the College who shall interrupt, impede, or interfere with the 
proceedings at any such Meeting, or shall propose any matter for discussion or de- 
bate without the leave of the President or other person so presiding, shall, upon 
being required by the President or other person so presiding, immediately withdraw 
from" such Meeting ; and shall be moreover liable to be restrained and excluded by 
the Council from attending any Orations and Lectures at the Theatre, and from 
any use of or admission to the Library and Museum, and to be suspended from 
any or all other privileges which he may have as a Pellow and Member or a Mem- 
ber of the College, for any such period as the Council may adjudge. And any 
Fellow or Member of the College who shall so offend a second time, or during 
any suspension by the Council shall attempt to exercise any of the privileges from 
which he shall be suspended, shall be liable to removal by resolution of the 
Council from being a Fellow and Member or a Member of the College. And every 
Fellow or Member of the College who shall thereupon be removed as aforesaid 
shall forfeit all his rights and privileges as a Fellow and Member or a Member 



1. Any Fellow or Member of the College, desirous of ceasing to be a Fellow or 
Member thereof, shall tender his resignation to the Council ; and upon the accept- 
ance of his Resignation, he shall pay Ten Guineas, over and above all charges 
of Stamps. 

2. No resignation shall be complete and valid until an Instrument under the Seal 
of the College, declaratory thereof, in such form as the Council shall from time to 
time direct, be delivered to the Fellow or Member resigning. 


A Certificate that a Diploma has been obtained by any Member shall^ not be 
granted to or for any Person whomsoever without the Authority of the Council ; 
and for which Certificate Five Guineas shall be paid, over and above all charges 
of Stamps, unless it shall appear to the Council that such Diploma has been 
destroyed or irrevocably lost by fire, shipwreck, or other accident ; in which case 
the fee of Five Guineas may be remitted. 


1. No person shall be entitled to the Diploma of Fellow unless he (a) shall 
have produced evidence satisfactory to the Council that he has attained the age of 
twenty-five years; (h) shall have complied with clause 1 of the Section relating 
to the Examination and Admission of Members or possess a qualification or 
qualifications in Medicine and Surgery recognized by the CouQcil in lieu thereof; 
(c) shall have passed the examinations and complied with the conditions herein- 
after prescribed. Provided always that nothing herein contained shall diminish 


or affect the riglit of any person who shall have comracnced professional stiuly 
before the first day oi' October One thousand Ei<>'ht liundred and Ei^^hty-foiir to 
be examined for and to receive the I)ij)l()ina of IVllow ; but such right wln-re it 
exists shall remain and continue to all intents and i)urposes as if this Bye-Law 
had not been enacted. 

2. The Council shall have power from time to time to make or alter such llules 
and Regulations respecting the professional education of Candidates for the Fellow- 
ship as they may think proper. 

^). The Examination for the Fellowship shall be divided into two parts, viz. : — 
The first Examination to be on Anatomy and Physiology. 
The second Examination to be on Pathology, Therapeutics, and Surgery, 
and on such other subjects as the Council may from time to time consider 

In order to be admitted to the First Examination, the Candidate shall produce 
evidence — 

That he has been engaged during not less than three Winter Sessions in 
the acquirement of professional knowledge, in such manner as the Council 
shall from time to time direct. 

In order to be admitted to the Second Examination, the Candidate shall produce 
evidence — 

(If a Member) that he has been engaged for six years in the acquirement of 
professional knowledge, in such manner as the Council shall from time to 
time direct. 

(If not a Member) that he has been engaged in the acquirement of pro- 
fessional knowledge, in such manner as the Council shall from time to time 
direct, for at least four years subsequent to the date of having obtained a 
qualification or qualifications in Medicine and Surgery recognized by the 
Council for the purpose. 

4. The fee to be paid for admission to the Fellowship shall be Thirty Guineas 
over and above all charges, if any, for stamps, and shall be payable in such manner 
as the Council shall from time to time direct. 

Provided always that the Council may, if they think fit, remit Ten Guineas of 
such fee in the case of a Candidate who is a Member of the College. 

5. Examinations for the Fellowship shall be held at such periods as the Council 
shall from time to time determine. 

6. The Examinations shall be conducted in such manner as the Council shall from 
time to time direct. 

7. Every Member of the College shall, prior to his admission as a Fellow by 
Examination, make and subscribe his name to the following Declaration, in the 
presence of an Officer of the College, viz. : — 

"I, A. B., of C, Member of the lloyal College of Surgeons of England, do 
solemnly and sincerely declare that, while a Fellow of the said College, I will 
observe the Bye-Laws thereof relating to the Fellowship, and will obey every lawful 
Summons issued by order of the Council of the said College, having no reasonable 
excuse to the contrary.'' 

8. Every Member of the College shall, prior to his admission a* a Fellow, sub- 
scribe his name to a Copy of the Bye-Laws relating to the Fellowship, in testimony 
of having engaged himself to the observance thereof. 

9. Every person not previously a Member of the College shall, prior to his 


admission as a Fellow, make and subscribe his name to the folloA\'ing Declaration, 
in the presence of an Officer of the College, viz. : — 

^' 1, A. B., of C, do solemnly and sincerely declare that, while a Fellow or 
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, I will observe the Bye-Laws 
thereof, and will obey every lawful Summons issued by the Council of the said 
College, ha\dng no reasonable excuse to the contrary, and will to the utmost of my 
power maintain the welfare and dignity of the College." 

10. Every person not previously a Member of the College shall, prior to his admis- 
sion as a Fellow, subscribe his name to a copy of the Bye-Laws of the College. 

11. The Diploma of a Fellow shall be in such form as the Council may from time 
to time direct. 

12. The Seal of the College shall be affixed to the Diploma of every Fellow. 

13. When more than one Member of the College shall be admitted to the Fellowship 
at the same time, their names shall be entered upon the Register of Fellows 
according to the priority of the dates of their respective Diplomas as Members ; 
and should a person not pre\4ously a Member be admitted a Fellow at the same 
time as a Member or Members, such previous Member or Members shall take 
the precedence. 



1. Members of the College of fifteen years' standing who were Members on the 
fourteenth day of September, one thousand eight hundred and forty-three, desirous 
of admission to the Fellowship otherwise than by Examination, shall transmit or 
deliver to the Secretary of the College, or person acting for him, a Declaration signed 
by himself, in the following terms, namely : — 

" I, A. B., of C, a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, do 
declare that I do not sell or supply Drugs or Medicines, (or that) I do not sell or 
suppty Drugs or Medicines (otherwise than in the due exercise or practice of my 
Profession as an Apothecary)." 

Together with a Certificate in the following terms, namely : — 
" We, the undersigned Fellows of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, do, 
from our personal knowledge of the high moral character and professional attain- 
ments of A. B., of C, declare that in our opinion he is deserving of the honour of 
the Fellowship of the said College, and that he does not sell or supply Drugs or 
]\[edicines, (or that he does not sell or supply Drugs or Medicines otherwise than 
in the due exercise or practice of his Profession as an Apothecary). W^e therefore 
recommend the said A. B. to the Council to be admitted a Fellow of the College." 

2. In the case of a Member resident in the United Kingdom, such Certificate 
shall be signed by six Fellows of the CoUege. 

8. In the case of a Member absent from the United Kingdom, in the Service of 
the Royal Army or Navy, such Certificate shall be signed by two Fellows of the 
College, and also by the Officer superintending the Medical department of the Service 
to which such Member shall belong. 

4. In the case of a Member absent from the United Kingdom, in the Service of 
the Honourable East India Company, such Certificate shall be signed by two Fellows 
of the College, and also by the Secretary to the Military department of the said 

BYE-LAWS. Xcili 

5. In the case of Members resident in any of the British Colonies, Plantations, 
or Dependencies, such Certificate shall be signed by two Fellows of the College, and 
also by the Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, or Superintendent of such Colony, Plan- 
tation, or Dependency, whose signature shall be verified by the Secretary or one of 
the Under Secretaries of State for the Colonies. 

6. The said Declaration and Certificate shall be received at least seven days before 
the Meeting of the Council at which the Ballot shall be taken for the election of 
the said Member into the Fellowship. 

7. The proposition for the admission of a Member of twenty years' standing to 
the Fellowship under the authority of the Fifth Section of the Charter of the 
fifteenth of Victoria shall be made at the Quarterly Meeting of the Council in January. 

8. At the time of any such proposition being made, a recommendation for the 
admission to the Fellowship of the Member proposed shall be laid before the Council; 
which recommendation shall be signed by six Members of the Council, and shall de- 
clare that he is in their opinion a fit and proper person to be admitted into the 

9. The Council shall ballot upon the admission of any person so proposed at the 
Quarterly Meeting of the Council in April next succeeding. 

10. A fee of Ten Guineas shall be payable upon the admission of Members to 
the Fellowship by Election, and shall be paid at or before the issue of the Diploma 
of Fellowship. 

11. The Names of such Fellows as shall be elected as aforesaid shall be entered 
upon the List or Register of Fellows according to the dates of their election ; and 
when more than one shall be elected upon the same day, their names shall take 
precedence according to the priority of their Diplomas as Members. 

12. No Member of the College, admitted to the Fellowship by election, shall 
exercise any right or privilege he shall have acquired as a Fellow until he shall have 
signed a copy of the Bye-Laws of the College, in testimony of having engaged him- 
self to the observance thereof, and made and subscribed the following Declaration in 
the presence of the Council, viz. : — 

" I, A. B., of C, Member of the Eoyal College of Surgeons of England, do 
solemnly and sincerely declare that, while a Fellow of the said College, I will ob- 
serve the Bye-Laws thereof, and will obey every lawful summons issued by order 
of the Council of the said College, having no reasonable excuse to the contrary. 
And I make this solemn Declaration by virtue of the provisions of an Act passed 
in the sixth year of the Eeign of His late Majesty King William the Fourth, 
intituled an Act to repeal an Act of the present Session of Parliament, intituled an 
Act for the more effectual Abolition of Oaths and Affirmations taken and made in 
various departments of the State, and to substitute Declarations in lieu thereof, 
and for the more entire suppression of voluntary and extra-judicial Oaths and Affi- 
davits, and to make other provisions for the abolition of unnecessary Oaths." 


1 . Any Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, of the Eoyal College 
of Surgeons of Edinburgh, or of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, 
who shall be desirous of Admission to the Fellowship of this CoUege, shall transmit 


admission as a Fellow, make and subscribe his name to the foUomng Declaration, 
in the presence of an Officer of the College, viz. : — 

" I, A. B., of C, do solemnly and sincerely declare that, Avhile a Fellow or 
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, I will observe the Bye-Laws 
thereof, and will obey every lawful Summons issued by the Council of the said 
College, having no reasonable excuse to the contrary, and will to the utmost of my 
power maintain the welfare and dignity of the College." 

10. Every person not previously a Member of the College shall, prior to his admis- 
sion as a Fellow, subscribe his name to a copy of the Bye-Laws of the College. 

11. The Diploma of a Fellow shall be in such form as the Council may from time 
to time direct. 

12. The Seal of the College shall be affixed to the Diploma of every Fellow. 

13. When more than one Member of the College shall be admitted to the Fellowship 
at the same time, their names shall be entered upon the Register of Fellows 
according to the priority of the dates of their respective Diplomas as Members ; 
and should a person not previously a Member be admitted a Fellow at the same 
time as a Member or Members, such previous Member or Members shall take 
the precedence. 



1. Members of the College of fifteen years' standing who were Members on the 
fourteenth day of September, one thousand eight hundred and forty-three, desirous 
of admission to the Fellowship otherwise than by Examination, shall transmit or 
deliver to the Secretary of the College, or person acting for him, a Declaration signed 
by himself, in the following terms, namely : — 

" I, A. B., of C, a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, do 
declare that I do not sell or supply Drugs or Medicines, (or that) I do not sell or 
supply Drugs or Medicines (otherwise than in the due exercise or practice of my 
Profession as an Apothecary)." 

Together with a Certificate in the following terms, namely : — 
" We, the undersigned Fellows of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, do, 
from our personal knowledge of the high moral character and professional attain- 
ments of A. B., of C, declare that in our opinion he is deserving of the honour of 
the Fellowship of the said College, and that he does not sell or supply Drugs or 
^Medicines, (or that he does not sell or supply Drugs or Medicines otherwise than 
in the due exercise or practice of his Profession as an Apothecary). We therefore 
recommend the said A. B. to the Council to be admitted a Fellow of the College." 

2. In the case of a Member resident in the United Kingdom, such Certificate 
shall be signed by six Fellows of the CoUege. 

3. In the case of a Member absent from the United Kingdom, in the Service of 
the Royal Army or Navy, such Certificate shall be signed by two Fellows of the 
College, and also by the Officer superintending the Medical department of the Service 
to which such Member shall belong. 

4. In the case of a Member absent from the United Kingdom, in the Service of 
the Honourable East India Company, such Certificate shall be signed by two Fellows 
of the College, and also by the Secretary to the Military department of the said 

BYE-LAWS. Xciii 

5. In the case of Members resident in any of the British Colonies, Plantations, 
or Dependencies, such Certificate shall be signed by two Fellows of the College, and 
also by the Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, or !Sui)enntendent of sucli Colony, Plan- 
tation, or Dependency, whose signature shall be verified by the Secretary or one of 
the Under Secretaries of State for the Colonies. 

6. The said Declaration and Certificate shall be received at least seven days before 
the Meeting of the Council at which the Ballot shall be taken for the election of 
the said Member into the Fellowship. 

7. The proposition for the admission of a Member of twenty years' standing to 
the Fellowship under the authority of the Fifth Section of the Charter of the 
fifteenth of Victoria shall be made at the Quarterly Meeting of the Council in January. 

8. At the time of any such proposition being made, a recommendation for the 
admission to the Fellowship of the Member proposed shall be laid before the Council; 
which recommendation shall be signed by six Members of the Council, and shall de- 
clare that he is in their opinion a fit and proper person to be admitted into the 

9. The Council shall ballot upon the admission of any person so proposed at the 
Quarterly Meeting of the Council in April next succeeding. 

10. A fee of Ten Guineas shall be payable upon the admission of Members to 
the Fellowship by Election, and shall be paid at or before the issue of the Diploma 
of Fellowship. 

11. The Names of such Fellows as shall be elected as aforesaid shall be entered 
upon the List or Register of Fellows according to the dates of their election ; and 
when more than one shall be elected upon the same day, their names shall take 
precedence according to the priority of their Diplomas as Members. 

12. No Member of the College, admitted to the Fellowship by election, shall 
exercise any right or privilege he shall have acquired as a FeUow until he shall have 
signed a copj' of the Bye-Laws of the College, in testimony of having engaged him- 
self to the observance thereof, and made and subscribed the following Declaration in 
the presence of the Council, viz. : — 

'* I, A. B., of C, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, do 
solemnly and sincerely declare that, while a Fellow of the said College, I will ob- 
serve the Bye-Laws thereof, and will obey every lawful summons issued by order 
of the Council of the said College, ha^'ing no reasonable excuse to the contrary. 
And I make this solemn Declaration by virtue of the provisions of an Act passed 
in the sixth year of the Eeign of His late Majesty King AVilliam the Fourth, 
intituled an Act to repeal an Act of the present Session of Parliament, intituled an 
Act for the more effectual Abolition of Oaths and Affirmations taken and made in 
various departments of the State, and to substitute Declarations in lieu thereof, 
and for the more entire suppression of voluntary and extra-judicial Oaths and Affi- 
davits, and to make other provisions for the abolition of unnecessary Oaths." 


1. Any Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, of the Royal College 
of Surgeons of Edinburgh, or of the Faculty of Phj'sicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, 
who shall be desirous of Admission to the Fellowship of this College, shall transmit 

xciv bye-laws: 

or deliver to the Secretar\ ui this College, or person acting' for hiiiij lils Diploma, an 
Application to be so admitted, and a Declaration signed by himself in the following 
terms : — 

" I, A. B., of C, Fellow of D., do hereby declare that I was dnly admitted to such 
Fellowship, havin<^ previously passed the necessary Examination or Examinations 
required by the Bye-Laws or Eegulations of the said Royal College (or Faculty), 
and that I am in the honct fide Practice of the Profession of a Surgeon in England 
(or Wales), and that I do not sell or supply Drugs or Medicines, (or, that I do not 
sell or supply Drugs or Medicines otherwise than in the due exercise or practice 
of my profession as an Apothecary)." 

Together with the foregoing Declaration shall be transmitted or delivered the 
following Certificate : — 

'' We, the undersigned Fellows of the Royal College of Sm-geonsin Ireland (or of 
Edinburgh), (or of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow), do 
hereby certify that A. B., of C, Fellow of the said Royal College (or Faculty), is, 
from his moral character and professional attainments, a fit and proper person 
to be admitted to the Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, 
and that he docs not sell or supply Drugs or Medicines, (or, that he does not sell 
or supply Drugs or Medicines otherwise than in the due exercise or practice of his 
profession of an Apothecary) ; and we accordingly recommend him to the Council 
of the said College to be admitted a Fellow thereof." 

2. The foregoing Certificate shall be signed by six Fellows of the College (or 
Faculty) of which the said Applicant shall be a Fellow. 

3. A similar Certificate signed by six Fellows of this College shall also be 
transmitted or delivered Avith the foregoing Declaration and Certificate. 

4. The Fellows of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, of the Royal 
College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, or of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of 
Glasgow, shall not be admissible to the Fellowship of this College unless the Council 
of this College shall be satisfied that the course of professional Study for such 
Fellowship required by the said Colleges or Faculty to which such Fellow shall belong 
shall be equal to the Course of professional Study required for the Fellowship 
of this College. 

5. The Fellows of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons in Ireland and of Edinburgh, 
and of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, shall pay on their 
Admission to the Fellowship of this College the sum of Thirty Guineas over and 
above all charges for Stamps which shall be necessary. 

6. No person admitted ad eundem a Fellow of this College shall exercise any 
right or privilege he shall have acquired by such admission until he shall have 
signed a copy of the Bye-Laws of the College, in testimony of having engaged 
himself to the observance thereof, and made and subscribed the following Decla- 
ration in the presence of the Council, viz. : — 

''I, A. B., of C, Fellow of D., do solemnly and sincerely declare that, ivhilc a 
Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, I will observe the Bye- 
Laws thereof, and will obey every lawful summons issued by order of the Council 
of the said College, having no reasonable excuse to the contrary.'' 



1. The President and Vice-Presidents for the time being shall be joint Treasurers 
of the College. 

'2. All Payments, Contributions, and Fines sliall be paid to the Treasurers of the 

3. All Drafts upon the Banker of the College shall be signed by two of the 
Treasurers at least. 

4. The Accounts of the College shall be audited at least once in each year, at 
such date or dates as the Council shall direct, by a Professional Auditor to be 
nominated by the Council. 


1. The Moneys belonging to the College shall not be invested otherwise than 
upon Government or Real Security, or upon such Securities as may from time to 
time be permitted to Trustees under the authority of Parliament. 

2. All investments shall be made in the Name of the '' Royal College of Surgeons 
of England." 

3. All Moneys, the propertj* of or belonging to the College, shall be paid to the 
President, or, by his order or in his absence, to one of the Yice-Presidents, by the 
Secretary or any other Person holding or having received the same, as soon as such 
payment can be made. 

4. All Payments, Contributions, and Fines shall be to the use of the College. 


1. The Board of Examiners in Dental Surgery shall consist of four Members of 
the Court of Examiners of the College for the time being, together with four 
persons duly registered under "The Dentists Act 1878." 

2. The Members of the Board shall be elected by the Council of this College, for 
the period of five years, but shall be eligible for re-election. 

3. Should a vacancy occur in the Board from the death or resignation of a Mem- 
ber thereof, or from any other cause, such vacancy shall be reported to the Council 
of this College, and filled up at a meeting of the Council, of which meeting seven 
days' notice shall be given by summons. 

4. Should a Member of the Board be absent from more than three consecutive 
Meetings, such absence shall be reported to the Council holden next after the said 
three Meetings ; and the Member so absenting himself, without assigning a reason 
satisfactory to the Council, shall be liable to removal from the Board by resolution 
of the Council. 

5. The Board shall hold such meetings, and shall conduct its proceedings in such 
manner, as the Council of this College shall from time to time direct. 

6. The Senior Member of the Court of Examiners of this College, on the Board, 
shall act as Chairman thereof; and in his absence the next Senior Member of the 
said Court shall preside. 



7. Candidates for the Certificate of fitness to practise as a Dentist shall comply 
with such regulations, as regards Professional Study and Examination, as shall 
from time to time be required by the Council of this College. 

8. The Fee for the Certificate of fitness to practise as a Dentist shall be Twenty 
Guineas over and above any Stamp Duty. 

9. The Certificate shall be in such form as the Council of this College shall from 
time to time direct. 

10. Xo person shall be admitted to the Final Examination for the Certificate of 
fitness to practise as a Dentist until he shall have completed the twenty-first year 
of his age. 


Section Page 

I. Common Seal , . Ixxxi 

TI. Honorary Medal Ixxxi 

HI. Bye-Laws Ixxxi 

IV. Election and Admission of 

Members of Council .... Ixxxii 
V. Absence or Misconduct of 

Members of Council. . . . Ixxxiv 
VI. Kesignation of Members of 

Council Ixxxiv 

VII. Meetings of Council Ixxxiv 

VIII. Election of Examiners .... Ixxxiv 
IX. Absence of Examiners .... Ixxxvi 
X. Resignation of Examiners . Ixxxvi 
XI. Meetings ofCourt of Exami- 
ners Ixxxvi 

XII. Election of President and 

\ ice-Presidents Ixxxvi 

XIII. Examiners and Examina- 
tions in Anatomy and 
Physiology Ixxxvii 

Section Page 

XIV. Examination and Admission 

of Members Ixxxvii 

XV. Rights of Fellows and Mem- 
bers Ixxxviii 

XVI. Misconduct of Fellows and 

Members Ixxxviii 

XVII. Meetings of Fellows and 

Members Ixxxix 

XVIII. Resignation and Release of 

Fellows and Members . . xc 

XIX. Certificate of Diploma .... xc 

XX. Admission to the Fellowship 

by Examination xc 

XXI. Admission of Members to the 

Fellowship by Election. . xcii 
XXII. Ad Eundem Admissions . . xciii 

XXIII. Treasurers xcv 

XXIV. Property of the College .... xcv 
XXV. Dental Surgery xcv 




The Lord Chancellor. 

The First Lord of the Treasury. 

The Chancellor of the Exchequer. 

The First Lord of the Admiralty. 

The Speaker of the House of Commons. 

The Secretary of State for War. 

The President of the Royal Society. 

The President of the Royal College of Physicians. 

The President of the Royal College of Surgeons. 

The four Censors of the Royal College of Physicians. 

The Regius Professor of Medicine in the University of Oxford, 

The Reader in Human Anatomy in the University of Oxford. 

The Regius Professor of Physic in the University of Cambridge. 

The Professor of Anatomy in the University of Cambridge. 


Lord Walsingham, LL.D., F.R.S. 
The Earl of Crawford, K.T., LL.D., F.R.S. 
Right Hon. Sir Edward Fry, G.C.M.G., D.C.L., F.R.S. 
The Earl of Onslow, G.C.M.G. 
Lord Lister, O.M., D.C.L., LL.D., F.R.S., F.R.C.S. 
Hon. Lionel Walter Rothschild, M.P., D.Sc. 
Jonathan Hutchinson, Esq., LL.D,, F.R.S., F.R.C.S. 
Sir Thomas Smith, Bart., K.C.V.O., F.R.C.S. 
The Earl of Rosebery, K.G., K.T, 

Right Hon. Sir Herbert Eustace ^Faxwell, Bart., LL.D., F.R.S. 
The Duke of Bedford, K.G. 
Sir Harry Hamilton Johnston, G.C.M.G., K.C.B. 
Professor German Sims Woodkead, M.D., F.R.S.E. 
Sir John Tweedv, LL.D., F.B.C.S. 
1908. a 



Henry Moeeis, 8 Cavendish-square, W. 

Sir William Watson Cheyne, Bart., C.B., E.R.S., 75 Harley-street, W. 
Alfred Pearce Gould, 10 Queen Anne-street, W. 

Arthur William Mayo Eobson, 8 Parlc-crescent, W. 

Henry Trentham Butlin, 82 Harley -street, W. 

Edmund Owen, 64 Great Cumherland-place, W. 

Rickman John Godlee, 19 Wimjwle-street, W. 

Francis PticHARDSON Cross, Worcester-house, Clifton, Bristol, 

Richard Clement Lucas, 50 Wimpole-street, W. 

John Hammond Morgan, C.V.O., 68 Grosvenor-street, W. 

Henry Hugh Clutton, 2 Portland-place, W. 

Charles William Mansell Moullin, 69 Wimpole-street, W. 

Clinton Thomas Dent, 61 BrooJc-street, W. 

George Henry Makins, C.B., 47 Charles-street, BerTceley-square, W. 

Frederic Samuel Eve, 61 Harley -street, W. 

Anthony Alfred Bowlby, C.M.G., 24 Manchester-square, W. 

Gilbert Barling, 87 Cornwall-street Newhall-street, Birmingham. 

CuTHBERT Hilton Golding-Bird, 12 Queen Anne-street, W. 

George Arthur Wright, 16 8t. John-street, Manchester. 

William Bruce Clarke, 51 Harley -street, W. 

Charters James Symonds, 58 Portland-place, W. 

William Frederic Haslam, 8 Vicarage-road, Edghaston, Birmingham. 

Charles Barrett Lockwood, 19 Upper Berheley-street, W. 

William Arbuthnot Lane, 21 Cavendish-square, W. 





Henry Trenthat.i Butltn, Chairman. 
George Henry ^Eakins, C.B. 
Erederic Saijuel Eve. 

The President, 1 ^ . 

The Vice-Presidents, j ' M'' ^ ' 


Clinton Thomas Dent, Chairman. 

Edmund Owen. 

William Arbuthnot Lane. 

The President, ] ^ . 

The Vice-Presidents, f ^ Jr' * 


Chas.Wm, MansellMoullin, C/iairman. I The President, 1 , /r.- 

Cuthbert Hilton Goldii^g-Bied. , The Vice-Presidents, J ' </ * 

William Bruce Clarke. i 


Arthur Wm. Mayo Robson, Chairman. 
Richard Clement Lucas. 
Charles Barrett Lockwood. 

The President, ^ 

The Vice-Presidents, | 

The Chairmen of the Museum, )> 
Library, and General Pur- | 


poses Committees. 



Henry Trentham Butlin, Chairman, 
Edmund Owen. 
Rickman John Godlee. 
Henry Hugh: Glutton. 
William Bruce Clarke. 

The President, 
The Vice-Presidents 

I ex officio. 


Arthur Keith. 

Samuel George Shattock. 

William Wright. 

Cecil William Rowntree. 

Grafton Elliot Smith. 




Samuel Geoege Shattock/ 

Sir William Watson Cheyne, Bart., C.B. 

Henrt Morris. 

Arthur Keith. 


Samuel George Shattock. 

Richard Higgins Burne. 

William Pearson. 


Victor Gustave Plaer. 



Ernest James Wilde. 



Alfred Pearce Gould, Chairman^ 10 Queen Anne-street, W. 

Bernard Pitts, 109 Harley-street, W. 

George Henry Makins, C.B., 47 Charles-street^ Berkeley -square, W. 

Frederic Samuel Eve, 61 Barley -street, W. 

Clinton Thomas Dent, 61 BrooJc-street, W. 

William Frederic Haslam, 8 Vicarage-road, Edgbaston, Birmingham. 

BiLTON Pollard, 24 Harley -street, W. 

William Bruce Clarke, 51 Harley-street, W. 

James Ernest Lane, 47 Queen Anne-street, W. 

Louis Albert Dunn, 51 Devonshire-street, Portland-place, W. 



William McAdam Eccles, 124 Harley- 
street, W. 

Alfred Harrt Young, " Tolcarne,^' 
Nornian-road, Rusholme, Manchester. 

Frederick Gymer Parsons, 2 Guihal- 
road, Lee, S.E. 

Arthur Thomson, 163 Woodstock-road, 


William Henry Thompson, M.D., 
14 Hatch-street, Dublin. 

George Alfred Buckmaster, M.D., 
113 HaverstocJc-hill, JS'.W. 

Thomas Gregor Brodie, M.D., 134 
Haver stock-hill, N.W. 

Charles Frederick Myers- Ward, Kel- 
vin-house, Green-lane, JSorthwood, 


Surgical Section. 

Alfred Pearce Gould, Chairman, 
10 Queen Anne-street, W. 

Bernard Pitts, 109 Harley-street, W. 

George Henry Makins, C.B.,47 Charles- 
street, Berkeley-square, W. 

Frederic Samuel Eve, 61 Harley-street, 

Dental Section. 

Arthur Swayne Underwood, 26 Wim- 
pole-street, W. 

William Bromfield Paterson, 7a Man- 
chester-square, W. 

William Adolphus Maggs, 14 Ujpjper 
Wimjwle-sfreet, W. 

Peter Sidney Spokes, 4 Portland-place, 






Examinees in CHEMisTRr. Examiners in Physics. 

(Appointed by the Royal College of Physicians.) 

William Holdsworth Hitrtlet, D.Sc, Dawson Eyers Duckworth Turner, 

Chemical Laboratory, St, Bartholo- M.D., 37 George-square, Edinhurgh. 

vieu/s-Jiospital, E.C. Alfred William Porter, B.Sc, Univer- 

George Senter, Ph.D., B.Sc, 98 High- sity College, Gower-street, W.C. 
hury-hill, N. 

Examiners in Elementary Biology. 
(Appointed hj the Royal College of Surgeons.) 

Thomas William Shore, M.D., ''Woodlawn" Kingswood-road, Upper Norwood, ^M. 
James P. Hill, University College, Goiuer-street, W.C. 

Examiners in Materia Medica and Pharmacy. 
(Appointed by the Royal College of Physicians.) 

Cyril Ogle, M.B., 96 Gloucester ^place, W. 

Joseph John Perkins, M.B., 8 Mansfield-street, W. 

Arthur Philip Beddard, M.D., 44 Seymour-street, W. 

Robert Arthur Young, M.D., 8 Mansfield-street, W. 

Otto Eritz Erankau Grunbaum, M.D., ,34 Wimpole-street, W. 


Examiners in Anatomy. 

(Appointed by the Royal College of (Appointed by the Royal College of 

Physicians.) Surgeons.) 

Peter Thompson, M.D., 3 Parh-place- William Wright, 143 Dartmouth-road, 
gardens, Faddington^green, W. Willesden-green, N.W. 

William Henry Clayton Greene, 

43 Queen Anne-street, W. 
Arthur Robinson, M.D., 14 Motion 
Parlc-road, Edghaston, Birmingham. 


Examiners in Physiology. 

(Appointed by the Royal College of 

William Dobinson Halliburton. M.D., 
P.ll.S., 17 Marylehone-road, N.W. 

Marcus Seymour Pembrey, M.D., Gw/s- 
Jiospitaly S.E. 

(Appointed by the Royal College of 

John Beresford Leathes, 89 Albert 

Bridge-road, S.W. 
One Vacancy. 


Examiners in Medical Anatomy and the Principles and Practice of Medicine. 

(Appointed by the Royal College of Physicians.) 

Joseph Arderne Ormerod, M.D., 2b Upper Wimpole-street, W. 

Sidney Harris Cox Martin, M.D., F.R.S., 10 Ma)isjleld-street, W. 

Theodore Dyke Acland, M.D., 19 Bri/anston-sqicare, W. 

Humphry Davy Rolleston, M.D., 55 Upper Brook-street, "W. 

Sir Edwin Cooper Perry, M.D., The Superintendent' s-house, Gw/s-Jiosjntal, S.E. 

Sir Hugh Reeve Beevor, Bart., M.D., 17 Wimpole-street, W. 

James Galloway, M.D., 54 Harley-street, W. 

Walter Essex Wynter, M.D., 27 Wimpole-street, W. 

Wilfred James Hadley, M.D., 33 Queen Anne-street^ W. 

Lawrence Humphry, M.D., " Le'nsfield," Cambridge. 

Examiners in" Surgical Anatomy and the Principles and Practice of Surgery. 

(Appointed by the Royal College of Surgeons.) 

The Court of Examiners. (See page 5.) 

Examiners in Midwifery and Diseases Peculiar to Women. 

(Appointed by the Royal College of 

John Phillips, M.D., 68 Brook-street, 

Herbert Ritchie Spencer, M.D., 104 

Harley-street, AV. 
William John Cow, M.D., 27 Wey- 

mouth-street, W. 
Thomas Watts Eden, M.D., 26 Queen 

Anne-street, W. 
George Drummond Robinson, M.D., 

17 Seymour-street, W. 

(Appointed by the Royal College of 

William Rivers Pollock, M.D., 56 
Park-street, Grosvenor-square, W. 

Walter William Hunt Tate, M.D., 
32 Queen Anne-street, W. 

Hugh James Moore Playfair, M.D., 
7 Upper' Brook-street, W. 

James Henry Targett, 19 Upper Wim- 
pole-street, W. 



(Appointed by the Royal College of (Appointed by the Royal College of 

Physicians.) Surgeons.) 

Part I. Part I. 

William Henry Willcox, M.D., 43 Harold Robert Dacre Spitta, M.D., 

Queen Anne-street, W. St. George' s-Jiospital, S.W. 

Part II. Part II. 

Alexander Grant Russell Foulerton, Herbert Timbrell Bulstrode, M.D., 

Mhynic, Hayvjard's-lieath. 52 Falace-gardens-terrace, W. 


Appointed by the Royal College of (Appointed by the Royal CoUege of 

Physicians.) Surgeons.) 

Norman Moore, M.D., 94 Gloucester- Edmund Owen, 64 Great Cumberland- 
place, W. place, W. 

Edward Liveing, M.D., 52 Queen Anne- Rickman John Godlee, 19 Wimpole- 

street, W. street, W. 

Frederick Taflor, M.D., 20 Wimpole- Henry Morris, 8 Cavendish-square, W. 
street, W. 

Frederic Greville Hallett. 


of the 


Henry Howard Tooth, M.D., C.M.G. 

Alexander Grant Russell Foulerton. 



Norman Moore, M.D. 



Henry Morris. 


University of London. 

University of Birmingham. 
University of LiverpooL 
University of Sheffield. 
University of Wales. 
University College, Bristol. 


Alfred Pearce Gould. 
Henry Trentham Butlin. 

Henry Trentham Btjtlin. 

Sir John Tweedy. 

Frederick Howard Marsh. 

John Hammond Morgan, C.V.O. 

RiCKMAN John Godlee. 


John Ward Cousins. 


Henry Morris. 
Henry Trentham Butlin. 
Edmund Owen. 
Henry Hugh Clutton. 






WiUiam, Lord Auckland. 

George Henry, Earl of Euston (Duke of Grafton). 

Charles Small Pybus, Esq. 

Kight Hon. George Kose. 

Dr. Matthew Baillie. 

AUeyne, Lord St. Helens. 

Charles George, Lord Arden. 

Sir Charles Blagden. 

Isaac Hawkins Brown, Esq. 

Sir Archibald Macdonald, Bart 

Dr. Watson, Bishop of Llandaif. 

Dr. Edward Whitaker Gray. 

Right Hon. Charles Long (Lord Farnborough). 

Sir George Augustus Shuckburgh Evelyn, Bart. 


1805. George John, Earl Spencer. 

1809. George G. L. Gower, Marquess of Stafford (Duke of Sutherland). 
1811. William Wyndham, Lord Grenville. 
1815. Edward Adolphus, Duke of Somerset. 

1817. Sir Everard Home, Bart. 
„ Charles, Lord Colchester. 

1818. Charles William, Earl of Charleville, 
1820. Davies Gilbert, Esq. 

1824. Eight Hon. liobert Peel (Sir Robert Peel, Bart.). 

1827. Dr. Blomfield, Bishop of Chester (Bishop of London). 

1830. Charles Hatchett, Esq. 

1832. Sir Astley Paston Cooper, Bart. 

1834. Sir Robert Harry Inglis, Bart. (Right Hon.). 
„ Arthur, Duke of Wellington. 

1835. Sir George Thomas Staunton, Bart. 

1836. Edward Geoffrey Smith, Lord Stanley (Earl of Derby). 
1838. Sir John Frederick William Herschel, Bart. 

1840. William Willoughby (Earl of Enniskillen). 
„ Sir Philip de Malpas Grey-Egerton, Bart. 

„ William, Earl of Burlington (Duke of Devonshire). 

1841. Joseph Henry Green, Esq. 

„ Sir Benjamin Collins Brodic, Bart. 


1845. Walter Francis, Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry. 
1847. Dr. Buckland, Dean of Westminster. 

1851. Samuel Wilberforce, Bishop of Oxford (Bishop of Winchester). 
1853. Lord John llussell (The Earl Russell). 

1856. Sir Roderick Impey Murchison, Bart. 

„ Right Hon. Sir James R. G. Graham, Bart. 

1857. Sir Charles Lyell, Bart. 

„ Henry John, Earl of Ducie. 
1860. William Hunter Baillie, Esq. 

1862. William Sharpey, Esq., M.D. 

1863. George Douglas, Duke of Argj'll. 

1864. George Grote, Esq. 

1870. Robert Arthur Talbot, !Marquess of Salisbury. 

1871. Caesar Henry Hawkins, Esq. 

„ Sir John Lubbock, Bart. (Right Hon.). 
1873. George Busk, Esq. 
1875. Right Hon. William Ewart Gladstone. 
1879. Lord Arthur John Edward Russell. 
1881. Allen Thomson, Esq., INLD. 

„ Henry Austin, Lord Aberdare. 

1885. William Henry Flower, Esq. (Sir W. H. Flower, K.C.B.). 
„ Thomas, Lord Walsingham. 

„ Sir James Paget, Bart. 

„ William Huuter Baillie, Esq., Jun. 

1886. Thomas Henry Huxley, Esq. (Eight Hon.). 

1887. James Ludovic, Earl of Crawford. 

1892. Lieut.-General Augustus Henry Lane-Fox Pitt-Rivers. 

1893. Sir William Scovell Savory, Bart. 

1894. Right Hon. Sir Edward Fry. 

1895. William Hillier, Earl of Onslow. 
„ Sir John Eric Erichsen, Bart. 

„ Right Hon. George Denman. 
„ Sir Joseph Lister, Bart. (Lord Lister). 
1897. Hon. Lionel Walter Rothschild. 
„ Jonathan Hutchinson, Esq. 

1899. Frederick Temple, Marquess of DufFerin and Ava. 

1900. Sir Michael Foster, K.C.B. 
„ Sir Thomas Smith, Bart. 

„ Archibald Philip, Earl of Rosebery. 

„ Sir Joseph Fayrer, Bart., K. C.S.I. 

„ Right Hon. Sir Herbert Eustace Maxwell, Bart. 
1902. Herbrand Arthur, Duke of Bedford. 
1904. Sir Harry Hamilton Johnston, G.C.M.G. 
1907. German Sims Woodhead, Esq., M.D. 

„ Sir John Tweedy. 

Note. — The names of existing Trustees are printed in heavy type. 



l^^te. — The names of existing Officers are printed in beavy type, 


1800. Charles Hawkins. 

„ William Long. 
1.801. George Chandler. 

1802. Thomas Keate. 

1803. Sir Charles Blicke, Knt, 

1804. David Dundas. 

1805. Thompson Forster. 

1806. Charles Hawkins. 

1807. Sir James Earle, Knt. 

1808. George Chandler. 

1809. Thomas Keate. 

1810. Sir Charles Blicke, Knt. 




David Dundas. 

Thompson Forster. 

Sir Everard Home, Bart. 

Sir William Blizard, Knt. 

Henry Cline. 

William Norris. 

Sir James Earle, Knt. 

George Chandler. 

Thomas Keate. 

Sir David Dundas, Bart. 

Thompson Forster. 


1821. Sir Everard Home, Bart. 1848. 

1822. Sir William Blizzard, Knt. 1849. 

1823. Henry Cline. 1850. 

1824. William Korris. 1851. 

1825. William Lynn. 1852. 

1826. John Abernethy. 1853. 

1827. Sir Astley Paston Cooper, Bart. 1854. 

1828. Sir Anthony Carlisle, Knt. 1855. 

1829. Honoratus Leigh Thomas. 1856. 

1830. Richard Clement Headington. 1857. 

1831. Robert Keate. 1858. 
„ Robert Keate. 1859. 

1832. John Painter Vincent. 1860. 

1833. George James Guthrie. 1861. 

1834. Anthony White. 1862. 

1835. John Goldwyer Andrews. 1863. 

1836. Sir Astley Paston Cooper, Bart. 1864. 

1837. Sir Anthony Carlisle, Knt. 1865. 

1838. Honoratus Leigh Thomas. 1866. 

1839. Robert Keate. 1867. 

1840. John Painter Vincent. 1868. 

1841. George James Guthrie. 1869. 

1842. Anthony White. 1870. 

1843. John Goldwyer Andrews. 1871. 

1844. Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie, Bart. 1872. 

1845. Samuel Cooper. 1873. 

1846. William Lawrence.- 1874. 

1847. Benjamin Travers. 1875. 

Edward Stanley. 

Joseph Henry Green. 

James Moncrieff Arnott. 

John Flint South. 

Caesar Henry Hawkins. 

James Luke. 

George James Guthrie. 

William Lawrence. 

Benjamin Travers. 

Edward Stanley. 

Joseph Henry Green. 

James Moncrieff Arnott. 

John Fhnt South. 

Caesar Henry Hawkins. 

James Luke. 

Frederic Carpenter Skey. 

Joseph Hodgson. 

Thomas Wormald. 

Richard Partridge. 

John Hilton. 

Richard Quain. 

Edward Cock. 

Sir William Fergusson, Bart. 

George Busk. 

Henry Hancock. 

Thomas Blizard Curling. 

Frederick Le Gros Clark. 

Sir James Paget, Bart. 



Prcscott Gardner Hewett. 



John Birkett. 



John Simon. 



Luther Holden. 



John Eric Erichsen. 



William James Erasmus Wilson. 



Thomas Spencer WeUs. 



John Marshall. 



John Cooper Eorster. 



AVilliam Scovell Savory. 



William Scovell Savory. 



William Scovell Savory. 



William Scovell Savory. 



Jonathan Hutchinson. 



Thomas Bryant. 



Thomas Bryant. 



Thomas Bryant. 



John Whitaker TFulkc. 

John Whitaker Ifulke. 

Christopher Heath. 

Christopher Heath. 

Sir William Mac Cormac, Knt. 

Sir William Mac Corraac, Bart. 

Sir William Mac Cormac, Bart. 

Sir William Mac Corraac, Bart. 

Sir William Mac Cormac, Bart. 

Henry Greenway Howse. 

Sir Henry Greenway Howse, Xnt. 

John Tweedy. 

John Tweedy. 

John Tweedy. 

Henry Morris. 

Henry Morris. 

Henry Morris. 



1800-13. Charles Hawkins. 
-18. William Long. 
-22. George Chandler. 
-01. Joseph Warner. 
-10. Samuel Howard. 
William Cooper. 
-05. Jonathan Wathen. 
-10. William Lucas. 
-17. James Earle. 
-15. Charles Blicke. 
-27. Thompson Eorster. 
-15. John Birch. 
-21. Thomas Keate. 
-28. John Heaviside. 
-08. John Howard. 
-35. William BHzard. 
-27. Henry Cline. 
-26. David Dundas. 
-16. John Samuel Charlton. 

1800-10. Edward Eord. 

,, -27. William IS'orris. 
1801-15. James Ware. 

,, -27. Everard Home. 
1805-32. John Adair Hawkins. 
1808-27. Francis Knight. 
1810-27. Ludford Harvey. 

„ -35. William Lynn. 

,, -30. John Abernethy. 
1813-30. WiUiam Lucas. 
1815-41. Astley Paston Cooper. 

,, -40. Anthony Carlisle. 
1816-17. Thomas" Blizard. 

,, -24. Thomas Chevalier. 
1817-21. James Wilson. 

,, -24. John Gunning. 
1818-45. Honoratus Leigh Thomas. 
1821-31. Richard Clement Headington. 
1822-57. Robert Keate. 

1822-51. John Painter Vincent. 
1824-56. George James Guthrie. 

„ -29. William Wadd. 
1826-28. Patrick Macgregor. 
1827-30. Henry Jeffreys. 

„ -46. Anthony White. 

,, -49. John Goldwyer Andrews. 

•„ -48. Samuel Cooper. 



„ -48. 

,, -67. 

„ -38. 

,. -36. 

Thomas Copeland. 
John Howship. 
James Briggs. 
William Lawrence. 
Benjamin Collins Brodie. 
Benjamin Travers. 
Henrv Earle. 
Charles Bell. 





„ -48. 

„ -73. 

„ -46. 

„ -51. 

„ -50. 

„ -66, 

» -52. 

„ -53. 

„ -67. 

„ -55. 

„ -61. 

„ -67. 

„ -52. 

„ -68. 

„ -73. 

„ -72. 

„ -69. 

„ -80. 

„ -80. 

„ -79. 

„ -89. 

„ -75. 

.. -83. 






Joseph Swan. 1868- 

Edward Stanley. „ - 

Joseph Henry Green. „ - 

Thomas Callaway. 1869- 

George Gisborne Babington. ,, - 

Frederick Tyrrell. 1870- 

Robert Liston. „ - 

James Moncrieif Arnott. 1871- 

John Plint South. „ - 

John Morgan. 1872- 

Eichard Welbank. 1873- 

John Scott. „ - 

Edward Cutler. 

Charles Aston Key. 

Caesar Henry Hawkins. 

Eichard Dugard Grainger. 

James Luke. 

Frederic Carpenter Skey. 

Eichard Anthony Stafford. 

Bransby Blake Cooper. 

Joseph Hodgson. 1879-87. 

Thomas Wormald. „ -90> 

George Pilcher. ,, -95. 

John Bishop. 1880-96. 

Gilbert Wakefield Mackmurdo. „ -88. 

Francis Kiernan. 

William Coulson. 

John Dah-ymple. 

George GulKver. 

Eichard Partridge. 

John Hilton. 

Eichard Q-uain. 

Edward Cock. 

Samuel Solly. 

Thomas Tatum. 

Alexander Shaw. 

William Fergusson. 

Thomas Paget. 

John Adams. 

Samuel Armstrong Lane. „ ■ 

George Busk. 1887- 

Henry Hancock. 1888- 

Thomas Blizard Curling. 1889 

Frederick Le Gros Clark. 1890- 

Thomas Turner. „ 

James Paget. ,, 

Charles Hawkins. 1891- 

Prescott Gardner Hewett. _ „ ■ 

Henry Spencer Smith. 1892 

John Birkett. „ - 

80. John Simon. 
84, George Murray Humphry. 

84. Luther Holden. 

77. John Gay. 

85. John Eric Erichsen. 

84. William James Erasmus Wilson. 

78. Henry Lee. 
95. Thomas Spencer Wells. 

79. George Critchett. 
78. Barnard Wight Holt. 

81. Haynes Walton. 
90. John Marshall. 

George Southam. 

Alfred Baker. 

John Cooper Forster. 

Claudius Galen Wheelhouse. 

93. William Scovell Savory. 

85. Timothy Holmes. 
84. John Gay. 

94. Edward Lund. 
John Wood. 
Henry Power. 
Jonathan Hutchinson. 

AVilliam Cadge. 
88. Joseph Lister. 

1904. Thomas Bryant. 

1900. Thomas Smith. 

1895. John Whitaker Hulke. 

1897. Christopher Heath. 

1890. John Croft. 

1883-1891. Sydney Jones. 

-1901. Sir William Mac Cormac, Knt. 

-1886. William Allingham. 

-1892. George Lawson. 

-1892. Matthew Berkeley Hill. 

-1895. Arthur Edward Durham. 

-1901. ISTottidge Charles Macnamara. 

-1897. Oliver Pemberton. 

-1891. Septimus William Sibley. 

-1902. Eeginald Harrison. 

-1903. Alfred Willett. 





-1903. Thomas Pickering Pick. 
-1905. Henry Greenway Howse. 
-1906. John Langton. 
-1893. Marcus Beck. 
-1898. William Mitchell Banks. 
-1897. Walter Eivington. 
-1903. Thomas Eichard Jessop. 
-1908. Frederick Howard Marsh. 
-1907. John Tweedy. 



1914. Henry Morris 1902-10. 

1909. Arthur Wm. Mayo Robson. „ -10. 

1902. James Hardie. ,, -15. 

1899. John Ward Cousins. 1903-11. 
1905. Alfred Cooper. „ -11. 
1911. Henry Trentham Butlin. 1904-12. 

1903. Frederick Treves. „ -12. 

1900. John ]S"eville C. Davics-Colley. „ -12. 
1913. Edmund Owen. 1905-13. 

„ -1913. Rickman John Godlee. „ -08. 

„ -1909. William Watson Cheyne. 1906-14. 

1898-1914. Francis Richardson Cross. 1907-15. 

1899-1907. Herbert William Page. „ -15. 

1900-1908. John Ward Cousins. 1908-16. 

„ -1916. Alfred Pearce Gould. „ -10. 

1901-1909. Richard Clement Lucas. „ -16. 





John Hammond Morgan, CV.O. 
Henry Hugh Clutton. 
Charles Wm. Mansell Moullin. 
Clinton Thomas Dent. 
George Henry Makins, C.B. 
Frederic Samuel Eve. 
Anthony Alfred Bowlby, C.M.G. 
Harry Gilbert Barling. 
Cuthbert Hilton Golding-Bird. 
William Harrison Cripps. 
George Arthur Wright. 
William Bruce Clarke. 
Charters James Symonds. 
William Frederic Haslam. 
Charles Barrett Lockwood. 
William Arbuthnot Lane. 


1800-13. Charles Hawkins. 1840-67. 

„ -10. WiUiam Long. 1841-58. 

„ -22. George Chandler. 1844-62. 

„ -01. Joseph Warner. 1846-63. 

„ -09. AVilliam Lucas. „ -47. 

„ -10. Samuel Howard. 1847-65. 

„ William Cooper. 1849-68. 

,, -17. James Earle. „ -66. 

„ -21. Thomas Keate. 1851-68. 

,, -15. Charles Blicke. 1855-70. 

1801-26. David Dundas. 1856-65. 

„ -27. Thompson Forster. 1858-68. 

1809-27. Everard Home. 1862-67. 

1810-35. Sir WilHam BHzard, Ent. 1864-73. 

„ -27. Henry Cline. 1865-75. 

1813-27. William Norris. „ -70. 

1816-25. Sir Ludford Harvey, Knt. 1867-71. 

1817-35. William Lynn. „ -72. 

1821-29. John Abernethy. „ -70. 
1822-41. Sir Astley Paston Cooper, Bart. 1868-72. 

1825-40. Sir Anthony Carlisle, Knt. „ -73. 

1826-44. Honoratus Leigh Thomas. „ -72. 

1827-28. Patrick Macgregor. 1870-75. 

„ -31. Richard Clement Headington. „ -80. 

,, -55. Robert Keate. „ -84. 

1828-51. John Painter Vincent. 1871-79. 

„ -56. George James Guthrie. 1872-77. 

1829. William Wadd. „ -82. 

„ -46. Anthony White. 1873-83. 

1831-49. John Goldwyer Andrews. „ -81. 
1835-46. Sir Benjamin CoUinsBrodie, Bart. „ -83. 

„ -48. Samuel Cooper. 1875-84. 

William Lawrence. 

Benjamin Travers. 

Edward Stanley. 

Joseph Henry Green. 

Robert Liston. 

James ^Moncrieff Arnott. 

John Flint South. 

Caesar Henry Hawkins. 

James Luke. 

Frederic Carpenter Skey. 

Joseph Hodgson. 

Thomas Wormald. 

Francis Kiernan. 

Richard Partridge. 

John Hilton. 

Richard Quain. 

Edward Cock. 

Samuel Solly. 

Sir William Fergusson, Bart. 

John Adams. 

Samuel Armstrong Lane. 

George Busk. 

Henry Hancock. 

Frederick Le Gros Clark. 

William Scovell Savory 

Thomas Blizard Curling. 

Henry Spencer Smith. 

John Birkett. 

Luther Holden. 

John Marshall. 

Timothy Holmes. 

John Cooper Forster. 









-79. John Eric Erichsen. 

-87. George Murray Humphry. 

-89. John Wood. 

-89. John Whitaker Hulke. 

-87. Jonathan Hutchiuson. 

-86. John Croft. 

-92. Thomas Bryant. 

-92. Christopher Heath. 

-87. Edward Lund. 

-94. John Langton. 

-94. Thomas Pickering Pick. 

-92. Matthew Berkeley Hill. 

-97. Henry Greenway Howse. 

-92. William Morrant Baker. 

-97. Sir William Mac Cormac, Knt. 

-99. Jeremiah M*^Carthy. 

-99. Edmund Owen. 

-93. Marcus Beck. 

-97. Frederick Howard Marsh. 

-1900. John NeviUe C. Davies-Colley 

-1894. Frederick Treves. 










-1903. Eickman John Godlee. 
-1904. Henry Morris. 
-1900. William Anderson. 
-1902. Herbert William Page. 
-1902. William Johnson Walsham. 
-1902. William Henry Bennett. 
-1907. Cuthbert Hilton Golding-Bird. 
1909. Alfred Pearce Gould. 

1909. Bernard Pitts. 

1905. Walter H. Acland Jacobson. 

1911. George Henry Makins. 

1912. Frederic Samuel Eve. 
-1907. WiUiam Watson Cheyne, C.B. 

1912. Clinton Thomas Dent. 

1913. William Frederic Haslam. 
Arthur Quarry Silcock. 

1910. Bilton Pollard. 

1911. William Bruce Clarke. 

1912. James Ernest Lane. 
1912. Louis Albert Dunn. 




WiUiam Scovell Savory. 
John Birkett. 
Luther Holden. 
Timothy Holmes. 
John Cooper Forster. 
John W^ood. 
Henry Power. 
George Green Gascoyen. 
Christopher Heath. 
John Whitaker Hulke. 
Arthur Edward Durham. 
Thomas Pickering Pick. 





William Warwick WagstafFe. 
Walter Rivington. 
William Morrant Baker. 
Benjamin Thompson Lowne. 
Edward Bellamy. 
Jeremiah M'^Carthy. 
John Langton. 
Gerald Francis Yeo. 
Henry Power. 
Henry Greenway Howse. 
Edmund Owen. 



1884. Henry Greenway Howse. 
„ William Anderson. 
„ Edmund Owen. 
„ Henry Morris. 
„ Hickman John Godlee. 

1887. John XevilleCoUey Davies-Colley. 

1888. AVilliam Henry Bennett. 
Frederick Treves. 

1889. Alfred Pearce Gould. 
„ George Henry Makins. 
,, William Bruce Clarke. 

1893. Walter Hamilton Acland Jacobsou. 

1894. William Anderson. 

„ William Frederic Haslam. 
,, Charles Barrett Lock wood, 

1895. John Bland Sutton. 



1898. James Ernest Lane. 

„ Frederick Gymer Parsons. 

1899. Alfred Harry Young. 

„ Berkeley G. Andrew Moynihan. 
1903. Louis Albert Dunn. 
Arthur Keith. 



„ Cuthbert Hilton Golding-Bird. 

,, William Stirling. 
1895. Edward Albert Schafer. 

Henry Power. 



AVilliam Morrant Baker. 


Cuthbert Hilton Golding-Bird. 


Gerald Francis Yeo. 


Jeremiah McCarthy. 


Benjamin Thompson Lowne. 


Gerald Francis Yeo. 


D'Arcy Power. 


John Barlow. 


Chas. William Mansell Moullin. 


Benjamin Thompson Lowne. 


1903. Christopher Addison. 

1904. William McAdam Eccles. 

1907. Alfred Harry Young. 

1908. Frederick Gymer Parsons. 
Arthur Thomson. 

Ernest Henry Starling. 
D'Arcy Power. 
William Henry Thompson. 
Thomas Gregor Brodie. 
William Dobinson Halliburton. 
1902. Edward Waymouth lleid. 
Ernest Henry Starling. 
Leonard Erskine Hill, 
do Burgh Birch. 
William Kenry Thompson. 
George Alfred Backmaster. 
Thomas Gregor Brodie. 
Charles Frederick Myers- Ward. 


Thomas Wormald. 

Richard Partridge. 

John Hilton. 

Robert Barnes, M.D. . 

Wm. Overend Priestlej', M.D. 

Richard Quain. 

Edward Cock. 

Samuel Solly. 

George Busk. 

Henry Hancock. 

Thos. Blizard Curling. 

Fredk. Le Gros Clark. 

Sir James Paget, Bart. 

Prescott Gardner Hewett. 

Election deferred. 

Board abolished. 


James Luke. 



Arthur Farre, M.D. 



Henry Oldham, M.D. 



James Reid, M.D. 



George James Guthrie. 



William Lawrence. 



Charles West, M.D. 



Benjamin Travers. 



Edward Stanley. 



Joseph Henry Green. 



James Moncrieff Arnott. 



John Flint South. 



Caesar Henry Hawkins. 



Robert Lee, M.D. 



James Luke. 



Frederic Carpenter Skey. 



Joseph Hodgson. 


CouET OF Examiners' Section. 
1860. William Lawrence. 

„ Joseph Henry Green. 
„ James Moncrieff Arnott. 
1864. John FHnt South. 

1865. Frederic Carpenter Skey. 

„ James Luke. 
1868. Richard Partridge. 
John Hilton. 



1870. Edward Cock. 

1872. Frederick Le Gros Clark. 

1873. Henry Hancock. 

,, William Scovell Savory. 
■lS7o, John Birkett. 

1879. Luther Holden. 

1880. Timothy Holmes. 

1882. John Cooper Porster. 

1883. John Wood. 

,, John Whitaker Hulke. 
1885. Jonathan Hutchinson. 

1887. Thomas Bryant. 

1888. Christopher Heath. 

1889. John Langton. 

„ Thomas Pickering Pick. 
1892. Henry Greenway Howse. 





Sir William Mac Cormac, Knt. 

Jeremiah M*^Carthy. 

Edmund Owen. 

John Neville C. Davies-CoUey. 

Hickman John Godlee. 

Henry Morris. 

William Anderson, 

Herbert William Page. 

William Johnson Walsham. 

Sir William H. Bennett, K.C.Y.O. 

Cuthbert Hilton Golding-Bird. 

Alfred Pearce Gould. 

Bernard Pitts. 

Walter H. Acland Jacobson. 

George Henry Makins, C.B. 

Frederic Samuel Eve. 

Degsttal Section. 

1860. Thomas BeU. 1884. 

„ John Tomes. 1886. 

„ Arnold Rogers. 1888. 

1865. Samuel Cartwright. 1889. 

,, William Anthony Harrison. 1890. 

1870. George Augustus Ibbetson. 1893. 

1871. Samuel James Augustus Salter. 1895. 
1875. Thomas Arnold Eogers. 1900. 

„ Henry John Barrett. ,, 

1880. Alfred Coleman. 1902. 
„ Augustus Winterbottom. 1903. 

1881. Charles Sissmore Tomes, „ 

Henry Moon. 
James Smith Turner. 
Samuel John Hutchinson. 
Morton Alfred Smale. 
Ashley William Barrett. 
John Howard Mummery. 
Frederick Canton. 
Storer Bennett. 
Arthur Swayne Underwood. 
William Bromfield Paterson. 
William Adolphus Maggs. 
Peter Sidney Spokes. 


1868. Thomas Bevill Peacock. 

,, Samuel Wilks. 
1876. Edward Henry Sieveking^ 

„ George Johnson. 

„ John Syer Bristowe, 
1879. AVilliam Howship Dickinson, 

1881. Samuel Jones Gee. 

„ Frederick Thomas Roberts. 
1886. Walter Moxon. 

,, Joseph Frank Payne. 

James Frederick Goodhart. 


Z88] . John Williams. 1881. George Ernest Herman. 







Examiners in ELEMENTARr Anatomy. 
1884. John Neville Colley Dayies-Colley. 
„ Alfred Pearce Gould. 
,, Charles William Mansell Moullin. 
„ James Black. 

Robert William Reid. 

William Bruce Clarke. 

Arthur Hensman. 

William Arbuthnot Lane. 

Charles Alfred Ballance. 

Charles Stonham. 

Charles Barrett Lockwood. 

1891. James Stanley Newton Boyd. 
„ William Frederic Haslam. 

„ Bilton Pollard. 

,, James Ernest Lane. 

1892. Louis Albert Dunn. 

1894. Walter Hamilton Hylton Jessop. 
„ Herbert Furnivall Waterhouse. 

1895. Jonathan Hutchinson, Jun. 

„ Edmund Wilkinson Roughton. 



Examiners in Elementary Physiology. 

1884. Cuthbert Hilton Golding-Bird. 

1885. Edwin Hurry Fenwick. 

1886. William Dobinson Halliburton. 

1888. Frederick Walker Mott. 

1889. Walter George Spencer. 
„ John Rose Bradford. 

Examiners in Elementary Biology. 







Frank Evers Beddard. 
Thomas William Shore. 
Henry Percy Dean. 
George Alfred Buckmaster. 
Peyton Todd Bowman Bcale. 
Thomas George Stevens. 
Thomas William Shore. 
Frederick Gymer Parsons. 
Herbert Willoughby Lyle. 
Peter Chalmers Mitchell. 
Walter G. Ridewood. 
Thomas George Stevens. 
Henry Wm. Marett Tims. 
Thomas William Shore. 
James P. Hill. 







Examiners in Anatomy. 

Henry Greenway Howse. 1884. 

Edmund Owen. „ 

Rickman John Godlee. „ 

William Henry Bennett. 1885. 

Frederick Howard Marsh. 1886. 
John Neville Colley Davies-Colley. 1887. 

WiUiam Anderson. 1889. 

George Dancer Thane. 1891. 

Alfred Harry Young. 1892. 

Richard Clement Lucas. 1894. 

William Johnson Walsham. 1896. 

George Henry Makius. 1897. 

William Bruce Clarke. 1899. 

Stanley Boyd. 1901. 

Arthur Robinson. 1902. 

Arthur Thomson. „ 

Holburt Jacob Waring. 1904. 

Arthur Keith. 1907. 
Christopher Addison. 
James Ernest Lane. 
William Wright. 
William Henry Clayton Greene. 

Examiners in Physiology. 
Henry Power. 
William Morrant Baker. 
Gerald Francis Yeo. 
Jeremiah M'^Carthj-. 
Cuthbert Hilton Golding-Bird. 
Benjamin Thompson Lowne. 
Yincent Dormer Harris. 
William Dobinson Halliburton. 
D'Arcy Power. 
Walter George Spencer. 
John Rose Bradford. 
Leonard Erskine Hill. 
George Alfred Buckmaster. 
Ernest Henry Starling. 
William Henry Thompson. 
Thomas Gregor Brodie. 
John Beresford Leathes. 
Bertram Louis Abrahams. 




Examiners in Surgery. 
1884. The Court of Examiners. (See pages 15 & 16.) 

Examiners in Midwifery. 



George Ernest Herman. 
Alfred Lewis Galabin. 




Francis Henry Champneys. 
"William Duncan. 




John Baptiste Potter. 
John Williams. 




"Walter Spencer Anderson GriJBBth. 



Peter Horrocks. 



George Ernest Herman. 



William Duncan. 




C. Montagu Handfield-Jones. 
Amand Houth. 


Arthur H. Nicholson Lowers. 
Herbert Ritchie Spencer. 
William Radford Dakin. 
Walter Spencer Anderson Griffith. 
William Duncan. 
James Henry Targett. 
George Francis Blacker. 
Arthur H. Nicholson Lowers. 
William Rivers Pollock, 
Walter William Hunt Tate. 
Hugh James Moore Playfair. 
James Henry Targett. 

Examiners for Part I. Examiners for Part II. 

1888. William Henry Corfield. 

1890. Thomas Stevenson. 

1891. George Turner. 
1895. Arthur Pearson Luff. 
1900. Christopher Childs. 

1 901. Alex. Grant Russell Foulerton. 
1906. Harold Robert Dacre Spitta. 

1888. Richard Thorne Thorne. 

1890. Edward BaUard. 

1891. Sir George Buchanan. 
1894. Edward Seaton. 

1899. Sydney Arthur Monckton 

1904. Herbert Timbrell Bulstrode. 


1884. John Cooper Forster. 

„ John Marshall. 

,, William Scovell Savory* 
1886. Sir Joseph Lister, Bart. 
1888. Jonathan Hutchinson. 
1890. John Whitaker Hulke. 
1892. Thomas Bryant. 

„ Christopher Healh. 

1895. Thomas Pickering Pick. 
1897. Sir William MacCormac, Bart. 

1900. John Langton. 

1901. Henry Greenway Howse. 

1902. Edmund Owen. 

1905. Rickman John Godlee. 

1906. Henry Morris. 





1800. William Clift. 

1842. llichard Owen. 

1852. John Thomas Quekctt. 

1861. William Henry Flower. 
1884. Charles Stewart. 
1908. Arthur Keith. 

1824. William Home Clift. 

1827. liichard Owen. 

1881. Frederic Samuel Eve. 

1890. James Henry Targett. 

Assistant Conservators. 

1843. John Thomas Quekett. 
1908. Richard Higgins Burne. 
Pathological Curators. 

1897. Samuel George Shattock. 

Assistants in the Museum. 




Thomas Howard Stewart. 
James Murie. 
Charles Bader. 
James Bell Pettigrew. 
Litchfield Jones Moseley. 
James Frederick Goodhart. 
James Lidderdale. 

Students in Human 

William Crozier. 
John Thomas Quekett. 
William Augustus Hillman. 
James Dunn. 
John Williams. 
Simon Kood Pittard. 
George Hansbrow. 
Edward Charles Hiilme. 
John Thomas Arlidge. 

1873. Alban Henry Griffiths Doran. 

1877. George Arthur Wright. 

1878. Walter Pye. 

„ John George Garson. 
1888. James Henry Targett. 
1892. Kichard Higgins liurne. 

AND Comparative Anatomy. 

1848. Charles Henry Hallett. 

1849. George Robert Skinner. 

1850. David Henry Monckton. 

1851. John Falconer. 

1852. John Henry Sylvester. 

1853. Henry Vandyke Carter. 

1854. John Lizars Lizars. 

1855. Henry Pobert Silvester. 
Thomas Howard Stewart. 

1890. William Pearson. 

1828. Robert Willis. 
1853. John Chatto. 


1887. James Blake Bailey. 
1897. Victor Gustave Plarr. 

Assistants in the LibIiary. 

1832. Thomas Madden Stone. 
1892. Charles Richard Hewitt. 



1800. Okey Belfour. 
1811. Edmund Belfour. 

1859. Edward Trimmer. 
1882. Frederic Greville Hallett. 

1800. William Pass. 
1802. Jeremiah (xibbeson. 

1842. Henry Poole Gregg. 
1853. Thomas Madden Stone. 
1871. Richard Smith. 
1874, Charles Stewart Loch, 



1865. Edward Trimmer. 
1901, Sihert Forrest CoweU. 

Assistant- Secretaries. 

1888, Sibert Eorrest Cowell. 


1807. William Taylor, 
1811. William Stone. 




Bowen Pottinger Woosnam, 
Henry Francis Searle. 
Frederic Greville Hallett. 
Sibert Forrest Cowell. 


1858, Joseph Henry Green. 
1860. James Moncrieff Arnott. 
1865. Caesar Henry Hawkins. 
1870. Richard Quain. 

1876. Sir James Paget, Bart. 

1881. John Marshall. 

1891. Thomas Bryant. 

1904, Henry Morris. 




In the year 1813 Dr. Matthew Baillie and Sir Everard Home, Bart., Executors 
of John Hunter, " being desirous of showing a lasting mark of respect to the 
memory of the late Mr. John Hunter," gave to the College the sum of ^1G84 4*. 4d. 
Three per cent Consolidated Bank Annuities for the endowment of an annual 
Oration, to be called the Hunterian Oration, and to be delivered in the Theatre of 
the College on the 14th of February, the Birthday of John Hunter, by the Master, 
or one of the Governors for the time being, or such other Member of the Court of 
Assistants as should be appointed by the Master and Governors or any two of 
them — such Oration to be expressive of the merits in Comparative Anatomy, 
Physiology, and Surgery, not only of John Hunter, but also of all such persons, as 
should be from time to time deceased, whose labours have contributed to the 
improvement or extension of Surgical Science. 

The Endowment was accepted by the College under a Deed of Trust dated the 
9th October 1813, containing, amongst others, the following conditions: — That the 
Eund should be vested in the names of three ^Members of the Court of Assistants ; 
that .£10, part of the interest accruing from the Eund, should be given to the 
Orator ; and that the remainder of the interest should be expended in providing a 
Dinner, on the day of the delivery of the Oration, for the Members of the Court of 
xissistants and such other persons as the Master and Governors for the time being 
should think proper to invite. 

In 1853, after consultation with the representatives of the founders of the 
Trust, it was decided that the Oration should in future be delivered biennially 
instead of annually. 


1814. Sir Evei-ard Home,. Bart. 1840. 

1815. Sir William Blizard, Knt. 1841. 
18] 6. Henry Cline. 1842. 

1817. William Xorris. 1843. 

1818. Sir DaAid Dundas, Bart. 1844. 

1819. John Abernethv. 1846. 

1820. Sir Anthonv Carlisle, Knt. 1847. 

1821. Thomas Chevalier. 1848. 

1822. Sir Everard Home, Bart. 1849. 

1823. Sir William Blizard, Knt. 1850. 

1824. Henry Cline. 1852. 

1825. William Norris. 1853. 

1826. Sir Anthony Carlisle, Knt. 1855. 

1827. Honoratus Leigh Thomas. 1857. 

1828. Sir William Blizard, Knt. 1859. 

1829. John Fainter Vincent. 1861. 

1830. George James Guthrie. 1863. 

1831. Anthonv ^VTiite. 1865. 

1832. SamuefCooper. 1867. 

1833. John Howship. 1869. 

1834. William Lawrence. 1871. 

1837. Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie, Bart. 1873. 

1838. Benjamin Truvers. 1875. 

1839. Edward Stanley. 1877. 

Joseph Henry Green* 

Thomas Callaway. 

George Gisborne Babington. 

James Moncrieff Arnott. 

John Elint South. 

William Lawrence. 

Joseph Henry Green. 

Pdchard Diigard Grainger. 

Caesar Henry Hawkins. 

Frederic Carpenter Skey. 

James Luke. 

Bransby Blake Cooper. 

Joseph Hodgson. 

Thomas Wormald.. 

John Bishop. 

William Coulson. 

George Gulliver. 

Richard Partridge ► 

John Hilton. 

Richard Quain. 

Sir William Fergusson, Bart. 

Henry Hancock. 

Frederick Le Gros Clark. 

Sir James Paget, Bart. 




1879. George Murray Hiimpliry. 1895. 

1881. Luther Holden. 1897. 

1883. Sir Thomas Spencer Wells, Bart. 1899. 

1885. John Marshall. 1901. 

1887. William ScoveJl Savory. 1903. 

1889. Henry Power. 1905. 

1891. Jonathan Hutchinson. 1907. 

1893. Thomas Bryant. 1909. 


John W^hitaker Hulke. 

Christopher Heath. 

Sir William. MacCormac, Bart. 

Nottidge Charles Macnamara, 

Sir Henry Green way Howse, Ivnt. 

John Tweedy. 

Henry Trentham Butlin. 

Henry Morris. 


Clause 2 of the Terms and Conditions, on which the Hunterian Collection was 
delivered to the Company of Surgeons, provided '• that one Course of Lectures, not 
less than twenty-four in number, on Comparative Anatomy and other subjects, 
illustrated by the preparations, shall be given every year by some Member of the 

In 1894, by permission of the Lords of the Treasury, this Clause was altered to 
the following, viz. : — 

" That one Course of Lectures, not less than twelve in number, on Comparative 
Anatomy and other subjects, illustrated by preparations from the Hunterian 
Collection and the other contents of the Museum, shall be given every year by 
Fellows or Members of the College." 

An honorarium of Ten Guineas per lecture is provided from the general funds 
of the College. 


Comparative Anatomy. 

1800-09. Lectures suspended. 
1810. Everard Home. 
1811-12. Lectuixs suspended, 
1813. Sir Everard Home, Bart. 
] 814-15. Astley Paston Cooper. 
1816-19. William Lawrence. 
1820-21. Benjamin ColHns Brodie. 

1822. Sir Everard Home, Bart. 

1823. Benjamin Collins Brodie. 
1824-28. Joseph Henry Green. 
1829-30. Herbert Mayo. 

1831. Lectures suspended. 
1832-33. Sir Charles Bell, Knt. 
1834-36. Lectures suspended, 
1837-55. Richard Owen. 
1856. Lectures suspended. 


1800-09. Lectures suspended. 

1810. Sir William Blizard, lint. 

1811-12. Lectures suspended. 


1814-17. John Abernethy. 

1818. Anthony Carlisle. 

1819-21. James Wilson. 

1822. Benjamin Collins Brodie. 

1823-24. Thomas Chevalier. 

1825-28. Charles Bell. 

1829-30. George James Guthrie. 

1831. Lectures suspended. 

1832. George James Guthrie. 

1833. Henry Earle. 
1834-36. Lectures suspended, 
1839. Frederick Ty rreU. 


1857-61. *John Thomas Quekett. 
1862. Lectures suspended. 

* During the years 1850-55 twcjve lediires on Histology, in addition to the tweuty-four 
Hunterian Lectures dcnverecl by Professor Owen, were dehvered by Profeasor Quekett. 



CoMP.vKATivE Anatomy and PnYBioLOGY. 

1857-59. George Busk. 

18(10-61. William Scovell Savory. 

1862-63. George Gulliver. 

1863-69. Thomas Heury Huxley. 

1870-73. William Henry Elower. 

1874-85. William Kitchen Parker, 

1876-84. William Henry Flower. 

] 885-94. Charles Stewart. 

„ -86. Frederick Treves. 

„ ,, William Arthur Brailey. 

„ Alex Hiii. 



„ -89. 

» -88. 

„ -89. 

„ -93. 

Francis Warner. 
Anthony Alfred Bowll)y. 
Charles Barrett Lockwoo*!. 
Walter H. Hylton Jessop. 
William Watson Cheync. 
John liland Sutton. 
Mark Purcell Mayo Collier. 
William Watson Cheyne. 
Benjamin Tliompson Lowne, 
Charles Bagge Plowright. 
Henry Johnstone Cam]»bell. 

Surgery and Pathology. 

1869. Frederick Le Gros Clark. 
1870-71. Jolm Birkett. 
1872-74. Timothy Holmes. 
1875. Henry Lee. 
1876-77. llohert Brudenell Carter. 
1878. Thomas Spencer WeUs. 
1879-83. Jonathan Hutchinson. 

1884. Sir Henry Thompson, Knt. 

1885. Edward Lund. 
„ John Wood. 

1886-87. Henry Power. 
„ William Cadge. 

1887. Christopher Heath. 

1888. Thomas Bryant. 

„ -89. Arthur Edward James Barker. 

1889. Matthew Berkeley Hill. 
Frederick Howard Marsh. 





John Langton. 

Walter Pye. 

William Henry Battle. 

Reginald Harrison. 

William Anderson. 

James Berry. 

Henry Trentham Butlin. 

Chas. Wm. Mansell MouUiu. 

William Watson Cheyne. 

Henry Betham Robinson. 

Bernard Pitts. 

Jonathan Hutchinson, Jun. 

Thomas Pickering Pick. 

William Thorburn. 

Raymond Johnson. 

Edward Treacher Collins. 

1895. ISTumber of Lectures reduced from 24 to 12 and old division of Lectures 


Christopher Addison. 
Frederick Gymer Parsons. 
William M'Adam Eccles. 
Arthur Keith. 
•Andrew Melville Paterson. 
Arthur Robinson. 
Arthur Wm. Mayo Robson. 
Louis Bathe Rawlmg. 
Thomas Crisp EnglisJi. 
Clinton Thomas Dent. 
William Sampson Handle)'. 
John P. Lockhart Mummery 
Marmaduke Stephen Mayou. 



Charles Stewart. 



Charles Barrett Lockwood. 



Joseph Griffiths. 

„ -03. 


John Alfred Coutts. 



Leonard Erskine Hill. 



Arthur Wm. Mayo Robson. 



D'Arey Power. 



Henry Morris. 


19 ~ 


Frederick Gymer Parsons. 



Leonard Erskine Hill. 



Arthur ^Ym. Mayo Robson. 



Arthur Keith. 



Peicy Furnivall. 




1906. John Warrington Haward. 1908. William Francis Victor Bonney. 

,, Arthur Henry Cheatle. „ Donald John Armour. 

„ Herbert John Paterson. „ Arthur Ealph Thompson. 

„ Charles Gabriel Seligmann. „ Erank Charles Shrubsall. 

1907-08. William Sampson Handler. 1909. Arthur Keith. 

„ John Wm. Thomson Walker. „ Samuel George Shattock. 

„ John Howell Evans, „ Willian) Wright. 

„ William Wright. ,, Cecil William Eowntree. 

„ Cecil Eowler Beadles. 


The Arris Lectures were founded in 1646 by Mr. Edward Arris, a Member of 
the Company of Barbers and Surgeons, of which he became Master in 1651. He 
was also an Alderman of the City of London in that year. He died on the 28th May 
1676. His portrait in one picture with a portrait of Sir Charles Scarborough, 
who was appointed to deliver the Arris Lectures in 1649, is in the possession of 
the Barbers' Company. 

Erom the Minute Books of the Company of Barbers and Surgeons it appears that 
on the 24th March 1646 Mr. Edward Arris paid to the Company a sum of <£300 
" for the use of the new publique Anatomy." This sum was subsequently repaid 
to Mr. Arris, and in lieu thereof he settled upon the Company an annuity of £'S0, 
which shortly before his death he redeemed by the payment of .£510. By the Act 
of Parliament of the 18th George II (1745) for dissolving the Union between the 
Barbers and Surgeons this sum of £510 was given and vested in the Company of 
Surgeons then incorporated, and upon the dissolution of that Company became vested 
in the College. 

In the final settlement of the Trust no conditions appear to have been imposed 
save an understanding that the Anatomy Lectures of the Company were to be 
continued. By an Act of Parliament passed in 1540 the Company were entitled 
to claim four bodies annually of persons executed for felony, and to make use of 
them for the study of Anatomy. The bodies were dissected, and lectures on the 
muscles and other subjects were given. The Surgeons of the Company were 
required to attend these lectures and demonstrations, which were called " Public 
Anatomies." The intention of Mr. Arris was to assist the Compnny in this work, 
and the lecturers appointed under this foundation were at first called " Readers of 
the Muscular Lecture." 

Under the Company of Surgeons the Arris Lectures were from 1753 to 1766 
delivered by the Masters of Anatomy, of whom the first to be appointed were 
Percivall Pott and John Hunter. In 1767 the office of Professor of Anatomy was 
created, and the Arris Lectures were assigned to him. 

The Gale Lectures were founded by Mr. John Gale of Bushey, a Member of the 
Company of Barbers and Surgeons, who, by his Will, dated 13th August 1655, 
left to the Company an Annuity of £16, payable out of the rents of certain 
premises on Snow Hill in the City of London, for one Anatomy Lecture in every 
year to be called Gale's Anatomy. 

This Annuity, together with the Arris Bequest, was by the Act of Parliament of 
1745 vested in the Company of Surgeons, and upon the dissolution of that Company 
became vested in the College. In pursuance of Acts of Parliament passed in the 
35th and 44th years of George III for the improvement of Snow Hill, the Kent 



Charge of <£1G per annum was purchased by the City of London for the sum of 
.£432, which sum, in accordance with the directions of those Acts, was invested in 
the name of the Accountant General of the Court of Chancery, until the same shall 
again be invested in some Keal Estate, and the same was laid out in the purchase 
of ,£689 16s. 5d. Consolidated Bank Annuities, the interest thereof being paid to 
the College. 

The earliest record of a lecture under this Trust is dated 30th June 1008, when 
it was " ordered that there be an Anatomy Lecture called Gale's Anatomy," and 
Dr. Havers, well known for liis description of the canals in bone, since called 
Haversian, was appointed the first Header. The Lecture was afterwards called the 
Osteology Lecture. 

Under the Company of Surgeons the Lecture was at first allotted to the senior 
Master of Anatomy, and afterwards to the Professor of Anatomy. 

At the beginning of the jS'ineteenth Century, lectures were for a time suspended 
at the College owing to building operations, but were resumed in lb 10. It was 
then determined that six lectures should be delivered annually under the Arris 
and Gale Trusts. The lectures were no longer distinguished as " muscular " and 
" osteological," but were united into one course delivered by a Professor of Anatomy 
and Surgery. In 1857 the title of the lecturer was altered to Professor of Human 
Anatomy and Surgery, and in 1868 to Arris and Gale Lecturer. In 1861 the 
number of lectures was reduced to three. Honorarium for the three lectures, the 
amount of the dividends received from the Arris Bequest and Gale Annuity — 
about ^29. 


1800-09. Lectures suspended. 
1810. Sir William Blizard. 
1811-13. Lectures suspended. 
1814-17. John Abernethy. 
1818. Anthony Carlisle. 
1819-21. James Wilson. 
1822. Benjamin Collins Brodie. 
1823-24. Thomas Chevalier. 
1825-28. Charles Bell. 
1829-32. George James Guthrie. 
1833. Henry Earle. 
1834-36. I^ectures suspended. 
1837-38. Edward Stanley. 
1839-40. Frederick Tyrell. 
1841. George James Guthrie. 
1842-45. Bransbv Blake Cooper. 
1846. John Flint South. 
1847-52. James Paget. 
1853-54. Frederic Carpenter Skey. 
1855-59. Prescott Gardner Hewett. 
1860-62. John Hilton. 
1863. Samuel Solly. 
1864-65. "William Fergusson. 
1866-67. Henry Hancock. 
1868. Frederick Le Gros Clark. 
1869-71. John AVhitakcr Hulko. 
1872-73. George Murray Humphry 

1874. George William CaUender. 
1875-76. "William Turner. 
1877-80. Benjamin Thompson Lowne. 
1881-82. Gerald Francis Yeo. 

Henry Power. 

Edward Albert Schafer. 

Leonard Charles Wooldridge. 

Robert Marcus Gunn. 

William Hunter. 

John Rose Bradford. 

Ernest Henry Starling. 

Walter George Spencer. 

Ernest Henry Starling. 

Thomas Gregor Brodie. 
1900. Berkeley George Andrew 

Thomas Gregor Brodie. 

John Herbert Parsons. 

Percy John Cammidge. 

Donald John Armour. 

John Harry Watson. 

Sydney Walter Curl. 

Joseph Faulkner Dobson. 

Bertram Louis Abrahams. 

Francis Arthur Bainbridge. 

^lajor (Jroeriwood, Jun. 




















Grafton Elliot Smith. 




With the object of promoting the study of the Pathology together with the Anatomy 
and Physiology, human and comparative, of the Skin and its Appendages, the late 
Sir Erasmus Wilson gave to the College the sum of .£5000 New Three per cent. 
Consols, under a Deed of Trust, dated the 8th July 1869, lo found and endow a 
Professorship of Dermatology. The Council appointed Sir Erasmus Wilson to the 
Professorship, and during the period 1870-78 he delivered six lectures annually, 
and presented to the Museum a large collection of casts and models used in 
illustration of his lectures. 

In 1879 certain alterations in the terms of the Trust were effected with the 
approval of the Founder, providing that the income derived from the Fund should 
be devoted to the promotion of original researches by lectures delivered at the 
College, the number of such lectures not to exceed three in any one year, and to 
foe given by one or more persons to be called Erasmus Wilson Professors of 

In 1882 further alterations were thought desirable, and under a new Deed of 
Trust, dated the 13th April 1882, it is now provided that the income of the Fund 
shall be appropriated in part towards the payment of the salary of a Pathological 
Curator of the Museum, and in part for the payment of Lectures on the Pathological 
contents of the Museum to be delivered by the Pathological Curator or some other 
person appointed for the purpose. Three lectures are now delivered annually and 
the lecturer is called Erasmus Wilson Lecturer. Honorarium .£10 per lecture. 


1870-78. Erasmus Wilson. 

1880. Henry Trentham Butlin. 

1881. Henry Trentham Putlin. 
„ Frederick Treves. 

1882-84. Frederick Samuel Eve. 
1885. Charles Stewart. 
1886-87. John Bland Sutton. 

1888. Lectures postponed, 

1889. Charles Alfred Ballance. 
,, Joseph Priestley Smith. 

1890-91. John Bland Sutton. 
1892. Jonathan Hutchinson, Juu. 
1893-95. James Henry Targett. 
18'96-97. Walter George Spencer. 
1898. Holburt Jacob Waring. 





Thomas Gregor Brodie. 
Edward Treacher Collins. 
Walter Edmunds. 
Charles Powell White. 
Sir Charles Bent Ball. 
Edred Moss Corner. 
Leonard Stanley Dudgeon. 
Percy Wm. George Sargent. 
James Sherren. 
Willmott Henderson Evans. 
Reginald Cheyne Elmslie. 
Kenneth Weldon Goadby. 
John William Henry Eyre. 
Leonard Stanley Dudgeon. 
Samuel George Shattock. 


The Bradshaw Lecture was founded in memory of her husband by the late 
Mrs. Sally Hall Bradshaw, widow of Dr. William Wood Bradshaw, M.A.Oxon., 
D.C.L., LL.D., a Fellow of the College for many years in practice at Heading. 
She bequeathed to the College by Will, dated 6th September 1875 and proved 



2Gth August 1880, a sum of .£1000 Three per Cent. Consols, the income thereof 
to be expended upon a lecture on Surgery to be called " The Bradshaw Lecture,^ 
and to be delivered annually on the 18th August, the anniversary of Dr. Bradshaw's 

In 1882 an Order of Administration of the Bequest was obtained from the 
Charity Commissioners, which provided that the Lecture should bo delivered on 
the 18th day of August, or on such other day as might be expressly substituted in 
each year for that day by the President. Honorarium of Lecturer, about X24. 


1882. Sir James Paget, Bart. 1896. 

1883. John Marshall. 1897. 

1884. William ScoveU Savory. 1898. 

1885. John Wood. " 1899. 

1886. Henry Power. 1900. 

1887. Sir Joseph Lister, Bart. 1901. 

1888. Jonathan Hutchinson. 1902. 

1889. Thomas Bryant. 1903. 

1890. Sir Thomas'Spencer Wells, Bart. 1904. 

1891. John Whitaker Hulke. 1905. 

1892. Christopher Heath. 1906. 

1893. Sir William MacCormac. 1907. 

1894. Oliver Pemberton. 1908. 

1895. Kottidge Charles Macnamara. 

Reginald Harrison. 
Alfred Willett. 
Thomas Pickering Pick. 
Henry Greenway Howse. 
John Langton. 
Thomas Richard Jessop. 
Frederick Howard Marsh. 
Henry Morris. 

Arthur William Mayo Robson. 
Henry Trentham Butlin. 
Edmund Owen. 
Rickman John Godlee. 
Sir William Watson Cheyne, 


In 1887 Mr. J. T. Morton of Cedar Grange, Caterham Valley, provided a sum of 
Ninety Guineas for the endowment for three years of a lecture on Cancer and 
Cancerous Diseases. In 1890 he provided a further sum of Ninety Guineas for 
three more annual lectures. 


1887. Sir James Paget, Bart. 

1888. Sir Thomas Spencer Wells, Bart. 

1889. John MarshaU. 

1892. German Sims Woodhead. 
„ James Galloway. 

1893. Samuel George Shattock. 



In the year 1800 Mr. Samuel Jackson, F.R.S., a Member of the College, 
announced his intention of giving a sum of ^10 annually as a Prize to the Author 
of the best Dissertation on a practical subject in Surgery. In order to make this 
donation perpetual, he subsequently gave to the College a sum of £333 6s. Sd. 
Consolidated Bank xlnnuities, which he vested in the name of three Members of 
the Court of Assistants under a Deed of Trust, dated the 13th April 1806. 


1801. On the diseases of Joints, particularly of the Knee, and the best mode of 

treating them. A^o Dissertation received. 

1802. On Gunshot vs^ounds and the best mode of treating them. Ab Aivard. 

1803. Thomas Chevalier. — Gunshot wounds and the best mode of treating them. 
„ Thomas Noele Elavtn. — Diseases of the Urethra and the best method of 


1804. William Chandler. — Aneurism and the best method of treatment. 

„ On Herniae, particularly Femoral Hernia, and the best method of treatment. 
No Award. 

1805. John Htslop. — Injuries of the Head from external violence. 

1806. Samuel Cooper. — The Diseases of Joints, particularly of the Hip and Knee 

and the best mode of treatment. 
„ William Lawrence. — Hernia and the best mode of treatment. 

1807. John Hyslop. — Diseases of the Eye and its appendages, with the treatment 

of them. 

1808. Christopher T. Johnson.— On Cancer and its treatment. 

1809. Gabriel J. M. De Lys. — Fractures of the Bones of the Trunk, and the treat- 

ment of them. 

1810. John Smith Soden. — The Bite of a Rabid Animal. 

„ James Gillman. — Honorarium for Dissertation on the same subject. 

1811. Joseph Hodgson. — Wounds and Diseases of Arteries and Veins. 

1812. William GooDLAD. — Diseases of theVessels andGlandsof the Absorbent System 

1813. Daniel Pring. — Injuries and Diseases of Nerves. 

„ Henry Earle. — Honorarium for Dissertation on the same subject. 

1814. On Injuries and Diseases of Muscle. No Aivard. 

1815. Edward Stanley. — On Diseases of Bone. 

1816. On Scrofula. No Dissertation received. 
„ On Syphilis. No Award. 


1817. Joseph Swan. — On Deafness and Diseases and Injuries of the Organ of Hearing. 

1818. EusEBius Arihur Lloyd. — On Scrofula. 
„ John Haddy James. — On Inflammation. 

„ On Diseases of the Skin. No Dissertatioyi received. 

1819. Joseph Swan. — On the Treatment of morbid local affections of Nerves. 

1820. On Diseases of the Skin. No Dissertation received. 

„ On Diseases of the llectum. No Dissertation received. 

1821. KoBERT Bingham. — On Injuries and Diseases of the Bladder. 

1822. Thomas William Chp:valier. — On Injuries and Diseases of Muscle. 
,, Samuel Plumbe. — On Disease of the Skin. 

,, George Calvert. — On Diseases of the llectum. 

1823. George Calvert. — On Fungus Hoematodes. 

1824. George Calvert. — On Tic Douloureux. 

1825. On Reparation of Fractured Bone, and the special treatment of fracture of 

the neck of the Scapula, of the Olecranon, of the neck of the Thigh-bone, 
of the Patella, and of the Malleoli. N'o Award. 

1826. Richard Anthony Stafford. — On Spina Bifida and Injuries and Diseases of 

the Spine and the Medulla Spinalis. 

1827. Edward Browne. — On Reparation of Fractured Bone, and the special treat- 

ment of fracture of the neck of the Scapula, of the Olecranon, of the neck 
of the Thigh-bone, of the Patella, and of the Malleoli. 
„ On Injuries and Morbid Afiections of the Maxillary bones and xVntrum. No 
Dissertation received. 

1828. George Rogerson. — The causes, consequences, and treatment of Inflamma- 

tion of the several distinctions of Membrane. 

1829. James Reid. — On Bronchocele. 

„ On Encysted Tumours. No Award. 

1830. On Injuries and Diseases of the jSTose and of the Nasal Sinuses. No Disser- 

tation received^ 

1831. Richard Radford Robinson. — On Fractures of the Ribs, of the Sternum, 

and of the Pelvis, their influence on the several viscera, and the treatment 
of such cases. 
„ Richard Middlemore. — On Diseases of the Eye and its appendages, and the 
treatment of them. 

1832. Benjamin Phillips. — The mode of union of simple and compound Fractures. 
„ On the symptoms occasioned by the different Mineral Poisons when taken 

into the Stomach ; the proper Antidotes and treatment which experience 
or science affords for each ; and, wnen the event is fatal, the appearances 
or effects which are generally found in the dead body. No Dissertation 

1833. John Green Crosse. — On the formation, constituents, and extraction of 

Urinary Calculi. 
„ Richard Radford Robinson. 1 Honoraria for their Dissertations on the same 
,, George Thompson Morgan. J subject. 

1834. Dickinson Webster Crompton. — Injuries and Diseases of the Nose and of 

the Nasal Sinuses. 
„ Thomas Blizard Curling. — On Tetanus. 

1835. Frederick Ryland. — On Injuries and Diseases of the Larynx, also of the 

Trachea, and treatment. 

1836. On Haemorrhage, spontaneous and accidental, with treatment. No Award. 


1837. Samuel Gaskell. — An Enquiry into the nature of the Processes of Suppura- 

tion and Ulceration. 

1838. Edwin Lee. — On the comparative advantages of Lithotomy and Lithotrity, 

and on the circumstances under which one method should be preferred to 
the other. 
„ On the structure and treatment of N'aevi and other Erectile Tumours. No 

1839. Efthekfokd Alcock. — The nature, symptoms, and treatment of Concussion of 

the Brain, and of the other forms of Cerebral injuiy from external violence. 

1840. On the structure and treatment of Nsevi and other Erectile Tumours. No 

Dissertation received. 
„ On Hsemorrhage, spontaneous and accidental, with treatment. No Disserta- 
tion received. 

1841. RuTHEEEOKD Alcock. — Injuries of the Thorax, and Operations on its Parietes. 

1842. William Piers Ormerod. — The comparative value of the Preparations of 

Mercury and Iodine in the treatment of Syphilis. 
„ On injuries and morbid affections of the Maxillary Bones, including those of 
the Antrum. No Dissertation received. 

1843. John William Griffith. — Derangements in the Secretion of Urine, their 

causes, consequences, and treatment. 

1844. Edwards Crisp. — The Anatomical structure and diseases of the larger Blood- 

,, On the injuries and diseases of the Scalp. No Aiuard. 

1845. Thomas Safford Lee. — Tumours of the Uterus and its appendages, their 

structure, pathology, and treatment. 

1846. Thomas Callaway. — On Luxations and Fractures of the Clavicle, Scapula, 

and Scapular End of the Humerus, and treatment. 
„ Edward Htjlme. — On Asphyxia, its various causes and forms, and Treatment. 

1847. On the nature and treatment of permanent contraction of Muscles, especially 

in relation to distortion and disability. No Dissertation received. 

1848. John Birkett. — On Diseases of the Mammary Gland, Male and Eemale, and 

the treatment thereof. 

1849. Henry Lee. — On the causes, consequences, and treatment of Purulent 

„ Peter Hinckes Bird. — Erysipelas, its nature and treatment. 

1850. Charles Toogood Downing. — Neuralgia, its various forms, pathology, and 


1851. Edwards Crisp. — The causes, diagnosis, and treatment of Obstructions of the 

Intestines within the Abdomen. 

1852. Henry Thompson. — The pathology and treatment of Stricture of the Urethra. 

1853. Harvey Ludlow Diseases of the Testis and its coverings, and their treat- 


1854. On the structure and treatment of Erectile Tumours. No Dissertation received. 

1855. On Gunshot wounds and their treatment. No Dissertation received. 

1856. YiCTOR de Meric. — The pathology and treatment of Syphilis. 

„ An enquiry into the nature and treatment of the different forms of Gangrene. 
No Award. 

1857. Alfred Poland. — Gunshot wounds and their treatment. 

„ On the effects produced in Man by the introduction into the system of Poisons 
from the Lower Animals ; e:xcluding Hydrophobia and Cowpox. No 


1858. On the pathology and treatment of diseases of tlie Ovary. No Disscrtaiio.i 

„ On Vegetable Poisons ; their effects, means of detection, and treatment. No 

1859. .JoHx WniTAKER HuLKE. — The morbid changes of the Retina as seen in tlio 

Eye of the living person and after removal from the liody, together with 
the symptoms associated with the several morbid conditions. 

,, Chvrles Badek. — Honorarium for Dissertation on the same snbject. 

„ On the structure and treatment of vascular Xievi. No Dissertation received. 

1860. Hexry Thompson. — The healthy and morbid anatomy of the Prostate Gland. 
„ A description of the diseased conditions of the Knee-joint which require am- 
putation of the limb, and of those conditions which arc favourable for the 
excision of the joint; with an explanation of the relative advantages of 
both operations as far as can be ascertained by cases properly autlienticated. 
No Award. 

18G1. John Wood. — The best method of effecting the radical cure of Inguinal 
Hernia, explaining the principle of the operation adopted. 
„ On the structure and diseases of the Lachrymal Passages at the inner side of 
the Orbit, being those between the Conjunctiva and the Xasal Cavity. 
No Dissertation received. 

1862. On the relative value of the treatment of Popliteal Aneurism by Ligature 

and by Compression. No Award. 
„ On the healthy and morbid anatomy of the Tonsils and the appropriate treat- 
ment of their diseases. No Dissertation received. 

1863. MoRELL Mackenzie. — The pathology and treatment of Diseases of tlie Larynx ; 

the Diagnostic Indications to include the appearances as seen in the 
living person. 
„ On the normal and pathological anatomj' of the various Syno\4al Bursge con- 
nected with the Muscles and Tendons of the upper Extremity, and the 
treatment of their diseases. No Dissertation received. 

1864. William Adams. — Club Foot, its causes, pathology, and treatment. 

„ John Crown Agnis. — Honorarium for Dissertation on the same subiect. 

„ Thomas Annandale. — The malformation, diseases, and injuries of the lingers 

and toes, with their surgical treatment. 
„ On the diseases of the Ankle-joint and of the joints and bones of tlie Tarsus 

requiring surgical treatment ; stating the treatment (including operative) 

most suitable in each case, with the results thereof. No Dissertation 


1865. William Paul Swain. — The diseased conditions of the Knee-joint which 

require amputation of the limb, and those conditions which are favourable 
for excision of the joint. 
„ On the relative value of the various modes of treatment of Popliteal Aueur- 
ism. No Dissertation received. 

1866. John Clay. — Ovariotomy ; pathology and diagnosis of cases suitable for this 

operation, with the best method of performing it and the results (d' 
recorded cases. 
„ On Fractures into Joints ; their modes of union, with the treatment and result. 
No Dissertation received. 

1867. Christopher Heath. — The injuries and diseases of the Jaws, including those 

of the Antrum, with the treatment by operation or otherwise. 
1908. J) 


1867 AVii. Johnson Smith. — The various deformities resulting from severe Burns 
on the surface of the body, the structural changes occasioned by these 
injuries, the best modes of preventing deformities, and the treatment, 
operative or otherwise, adapted to correct them. 

1868. On Pyaemia after injuries and oi)erations ; its pathology, causes, symptoms, 

prevention, and treatment. No Award, 
„ On Amputations of the Limbs ; the various modes of operation practised, their 
relative advantages, and the methods of arresting Primary Haemorrhage, 
and of dressing the Stump. No Dissertation received. 

1869. Aneurism by Anastomosis ; the various forms of this disease, and the different 

methods of treatment, with the Author's experience and views thereon. 
No Dissertation received. 

1870. Hsemorrhagic Diathesis and Spontaneous and accidental Haemorrhage. No 

Dissertation received. 

1871. The treatment of Wounds after Operations, including the arrest of Haemor- 

rhage, Primary and Secondary. No Award. 

1872. The Diseases of the Nose, including those of the Sinuses connected with it 

and their treatment. No Award. 

1873. Henry Trentham Butlin. — Ununited Fractures. 

1874. Tracheotomy, with particular reference to the causes of death after the 

operation, and the rules for rendering the operation more generally suc- 
cessful. No Award. 

1875. The use of the Galvano-Caustic in the removal of Morbid Growths. No 

Dissertation received. 

1876. William Harrison Cripps. — The treatment of Cancer of the Eectum, parti- 

cularly as regards the possibility of curing or relieving the Patient by 
excision of the affected part. 

1877. The Disease of the Lymphatic System known as Hodgkin's Disease, or 

Lymph adenoma. No Award. 

1878. Joseph Priestley Smith. — Glaucoma, its causes, symptoms, pathology, and 


1879. The Disease of the Lymphatic System known as Hodgkin's Disease, or 

Lymphadenoma. No Dissertation received. 

1880. William Watson Cheyne. — The history, principles, practice, and results of 

Antiseptic Surgery. 

1881. William Alexander. — The pathology and surgical treatment of Diseases of 

the Hip-Joint. 

1882. Anthony Alfred Bowlby. — Wounds and other Injuries of Nerves, their 

symptoms, pathology, and treatment. 

1883. Frederick Treves. — The Pathology, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Obstruction 

of the Intestines in its various forms in the Abdominal Cavity. 

1884. The Surgical Treatment of Uterine Tumours, both Innocent and Malignant. 

No Dissertation received. 

1885. William Bruce Clarke. — The Diagnosis and Treatment of such Affections 

of the Kidney as are amenable to direct Surgical Interference. 

1886. James Berry. — The Pathology, Diagnosis, and Surgical treatment of Dis- 

eases of the Thyroid Gland. 

1887. Edwin Hurry Fen wick. — The Pathology, Diagnosis, and Treatment of 

Tumours of the Bladder. 
„ Frederick Armitage Southam. — Certificate of Honourahle Mention for 
Dissertation on the same subject. 



1888. Jonathan Hftcuinson, Jiin. — The Diagnosis, Effects, and Treatment of 

Injuries to the Epiphyses of the Long Uonos. 

1889. Walter George 8rEN0EK. — The ]^itliology, Diagnosis, and Surgical Treat- 

ment of Intracranial Abscess and Tumour. 

1890. William Thorburn. — The Nature and Treatment of Injuries to the Spinal 

Column and the Consequences arising therefrom. 

1891. The Pathology and Treatment of Diseases of the Knee-Joint. i\^o Dls^ser- 

tation received. 

1892. John Bland Sutton. — Diseases of the Ovaries and the Uterine Appendages, 

their Pathology, Diagnosis, and Treatment. 

1893. Hydrophobia. No Dissertation received. 

1894. HoLBURT Jacob Waring. — The Diagnosis and the Surgical Treatment of 

Diseases of the Liver, Gall-Bladder, and Biliary Ducts. 

1895. Alfredo Antunes Kanthack. — Tetanus. 

1896. lloBEKT Cozens Bailey. — The Pathology, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Diseases 

of the Prostate Gland. 

1897. Percy Furnivall. — The Pathology, Diagnosis, and Treatment of the various 

Neoplasms met with in the Stomach, Small Intestine, Caecum, and Colon. 

1898. Hydrophobia. No award 

1899. Harry Lambert Lack. — The Pathology, Diagnosis, and Treatment of In- 

flammatory Affections of the Nasal Fossae and the Associated Sinuses 
and Air- Cells. 

1900. William M^Adam Eccles. — The Pathology, Diagnosis, and Treatment of the 

Diseases caused by and connected with Imperfect Descent of the Testicle. 

1901. The Diagnosis and Treatment of Bullet Wounds of the Chest and Abdomen. 

No Dissertation received. 

1902. Thomas Ckisp English. — Fracture of the Skull, its Consequences immediate 

and remote, including Pathology and Treatment. 
„ Louis Bathe Bawling. — Honorarium for Dissertation on the same subject. 

1903. Marmaduke Stephen Matotj. — The various forms of Conjunctivitis, their 

Pathology and Treatment. 

1904. Herbert John Paterson. — The Diagnosis and Treatment of such Affections 

of the Stomach as are amenable to direct Surgical Interference. 

1905. Reginald Cheyne Elmslie. — The Pathology and Treatment of Deformities 

of the Long Bones due to Disease occurring during and after Adolescence. 
190G. Donald John Armour. — The Diagnosis and Treatment of those Diseases and 

Morbid Growths of the A^ertebral Column, Spinal Cord and Canal, which 

are amenable to Surgical Operations. 
1907. The Operative Surgery of the Head and Lungs, including the Pericardium 

and Pleura. No Award. 




This Prize was founded by the Court of Assistants in the year 1820, and was 
first offered for competition in 1822. The honorarium, which is provided from the 
funds of the College, at first amounted to Thirty Pounds, but in 1840 was increased 
to Fifty Guineas. 



In 1864 a life-size statue of John Hunter by H. Weekes, R.A., was erected in 
the Museum of the College hj public subscription, and with the residue of the 
subscriptions the Statue Committee founded the John Hunter Medal, which in the 
year 1867 they entrusted to the College upon the following conditions, viz, : — 
" That the Medal be awarded to the Author of the Dissertation to which the 
Collegial Triennial Prize shall from time to time be adjudged on condition that 
the College, haviug entrusted to it the custody of the Medal dies for ever and to 
be used only for the aforesaid purpose, do promise and engage to have such Medal 
struck at its own proper cost." 

The Prize now consists of the John Hunter Medal executed in Gold to the value 
of Fifty Guineas, or, at the option of the successful Author of the Dissertation, of 
the said Medal executed in Bronze with an honorarium of Fifty Pounds. 


1822-24. Joseph Swax. — A minute dissection of the Xerves of the Medulla Spinalis 
from their origin to their terminations, and to their conjunctions with 
the Cerebral and Visceral IS^erves ; authenticated by preparations of the 
dissected parts. 

1825-27. Joseph Swan. — A minute dissection of the Cerebral Xerves from their 
origin to their termination , and to their conjunction with the Nerves of 
the Medulla Spinalis and Viscera; authenticated by preparations of the 
dissected parts. 

1828-30. An inquiry into the ultimate terminations of the Sanguiferous System 
and the commencement and terminations of the Lymphatic System, 
explanatory of the means by which parts of the Body are formed, 
maintained, altered, and removed ; authenticated by preparations. No 
Disserta tion received. 

1831-33. On the effects produced by complete or partial Division of the various 
Nerves, or by other Injuries to those Structures. No Dissertation received. 

1834-36. To determine the diameters, disposition, and modes of communication of 
the continuous capillar}' arteries and veins, both in the pulmonic and 
systemic circulations ; and also the disposition of the vascular system in 
the Spleen, Corpus Cavernosum and Corpus Spongiosum ; the subject to 
be illustrated by injected and other preparations of the human capillaries 
and those of inferior animals. No Dissertation received. 

1837-39. To determine the diameters, disposition, and modes of communication of 
the continuous capillary arteries and veins, both in the pulmonic and 
general circulations; the subject to be illustrated by injected and other 
preparations both of the human body and of inferior animals. No 
Dissertation received. 

1840-42. Thomas Williams. — The structure and functions of the Lungs. 

1843-45. Holmes Coote. — The Anatomy of the fibres of the Cerebrum, Cerebellum, 
and Spinal Cord in the Human Subject, together with the origins of the 
cerebral, spinal, and sympathetic nerves, specially illustrated by the 
anatomy of the saihe parts in the lower vertebrate animals. 
1846-48. Henry Gray. — The origin, connection, and distribution of the Nerves of 
the Human Eye and its appendages, illustrated by comparative dis- 
sections of the Eye in the other vertebrate animals. 
,, Alfred Polaxd. — Honorarium for Dissertation on same subject. 


1849-51. The functions of the several i)arts of Ihu large Intestines in animals ol 

the class ^laramalia. No Dissertation received. 
1853-55. The structure and functions of the (xanglionic Systems of Xerves in ^lan 

illustrated by reference to Comparative Anatomy. No Aiuard. 
1856-58. The structure and functions of the Lymphatic and Lacteal Systems illus- 
trated by reference to Comparative Anatomy. No Aiuard. 

1859-61. George Harley. — The anatomy and physiology of the Suprarenal I:{odies 
illustrated by drawings and preparations. 

1862-04. The Structural Anatomy and Physiology of the Lymphatic Vessels and 
Glands (the anatomical distribution not being recjuired) ; the communi- 
cations (if any) between the Lymphatics and the lilood-vessels to be 
demonstrated ; and the influence (if any) M'^hich the Lymphatic Vessels 
or Glands exercise on the fluids they transmit to be elucidated. The 
dissertation to be illustrated by preparations and drawings. No Dis- 
sertation received. 

1865-67. The anatomical structure of those parts of the Eyeball which are contained 
within the Sclerotic and Cornea; wdth illustrations drawn from each of 
the Ave great divisions of the Vertebrata. No Aiuard. 

1868-70. The Anatomy and Physiology of the organs of Taste and Smell in tlie 
Mammalia. No Dissertation received. 

1871-73. The Structure and Functions of the Medulla Oblongata, including the 
connections of the Central Nerve-lloots. No Award. 

1874-76. The lladicles of the Lymphatic System in relation to the external and 
internal surfaces of the l^ody. No Dissertation received. 

1877-79. George Arthur Woods. — The Anatomy and Physiology of tlie third, 
fourth, and sixth jS^erves, as illustrated by observation and experiment 
in health, and b}' reference to the effects of injury and disease. 

1880-82. The llelations between the Radicles and the Lymphatic System and 
Capillary Vessels. No Award. 

1883-85. The Xature of Inhibitory Action in the Animal Body, to be elucidated 
by original research. No Dissertation received. 

1886-88. The Structure and Punctions of the Sympathetic System of Xerves in Man, 
to be illustrated by reference to Comparative Anatomy. No Award. 

1889-91. The Anatomy of the 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th Cranial Nerves in tlie Ver- 
tebrata ; including an Account of their develojjment and relations to the 
Sympathetic System. No Dissertation received. 

1892-94. The Spleen, its Anatomy and Physiology, illustrated by Comparative 
Anatomy. No Dissertation received. 

1895-97. The Arrangement and Topography of the different parts of the Gastro- 
intestinal Canal in Man, with special reference to the Variations in their 
relation to tlie Peritoneum and the occurrence of Abnormalities ; 
the subject to be illustrated from Development and a comparison 
with the customary arrangement in other Mammalian Animals. No 

1898-1900. The Thyroid Gland — its Structure, Comparative Anatomy, and Phy- 
siology. No Award. 

1901-1903. Thomas IIupert Hampdex Buckxall. — The Pathological Conditions 
arising from Imperfect Closure of the Visceral Clefts. 

1904-1906. The Effects of Nerve-Lesions on Growth and Development. No 
Dissertation received. 



The Honorary Medal of tlie College was instituted under a Bye-Law made in 
the year 1802. 

It is a Gold Medal with the following design, viz. : — On the obverse, the 
Armorial Bearings, Crest, Supporters, and Motto of the College ; and on the 
reverse, Galen contemplating a Human Skeleton. 

The leading considerations in awarding the Honorary Medal are liberal acts or 
distinguished labours, researches, and discoveries, eminently conducive to the 
improvement of natural knowledge and of the healing art. 


1822. James Paekinson. 1883. Richard Owen. 

1825. Joseph Swan. 1884. Sir Wm. James Erasmtjs Wilson. 

1834. George Bennett. 1897. Sir James Paget, Bart. 

1869. William Lodewyx Crowthee. ,, Lord Lister. 

1876. Thomas Bevill Peacock. 1906. Sir Richard Havelock Charles. 


The Honorary Membership of the College was instituted under a Bye-Law made 
in the year 1802. 

The leading considerations in the choice of Honorary Members were similar to 
those influencing the selection of recipients of the Honorary Medal. 

The Bye-Law was abrogated after the institution of the JFellowship in 1843. 


1812. Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph Banks, Bart., K.B. 

1818. Georges Cuvier. 

1821. Sir Humphry Davy, Bart. 

1830. Sir Gilbert Blane, Bart. 


This Medal was founded by Sir Gilbert Blane, Bart., F.R.S., a distinguished 
physician, best known for the sanitary reforms which ho effected in the Navy, and 
the success of the measures which he introduced for the prevention of scurvy. 

Lnder a Deed of Trust, dated the 13th March 1830, he transferred to the 
College the sum of ^300 three per Cent. Consolidated Bank Annuities to provide 
for two Gold Medals to be conferred once in every two years on two Medical 



Officers of the ]t03';il Navy " who in the time recjuired shall have dolivcred to the 
proper office Journals evincing the most distinguished proofs of skill, diligence, 
humanity, and learning in the exercise of their professional duties." 

The Journals are submitted for adjudication to the President of the Iloyal 
College of Physicians of London, the President of the Royal College of Surgeons 
of England, and the Director-General of the Medical Department of the Itoyal 


1570. Alexander llattray. 
,, D. L. Morgan. 

1873. D. M^Ewan. 
„ K. C. P. Lawrenson. 

1874. J. D. Macdonald. 
,, Thomas Colan. 

1875. T. J. Haran. 
„ Richard Eustace. 

1877. Adam Rrunton Messer. 
„ P. W. Davis. 

1880. Henry Frederick Norbury. 
W. D. Longtield. 

1881. Alex. McDonald. 
„ Belgrave Ninnis. 

1883. George Maclean. 

„ Robert Hall More. 
1886. Henry Scott Lauder. 

„ Miles O'Connel M^Swiney. 
1888. T. J. Preston. 

„ T. D. Gimlette. 
1890. Richard AVm. Coppinger. 

„ Thomas Henry Knott. 
1892. Charles C. Godding. 

„ John D. Menzies. 
1894. Alex. G. P. Gipps. 

,, Gilbert Kirker. 
1896. Everard Home Saunders. 

„ Vidal Gunson Thorpe. 
1898. Francis H. A. Clayton. 

„ Percy Wm. Bassett-Smith. 
1900. James Macdonald Rogers. 

„ Oswald Rees. 
1902. Chris. Louis \Vhite Bunton. 

,, John Falconer Hall. 
1905. Sidney Thomas Raid. 

„ Robert Wm. Glennan Stewart. 
1907. Jas. Wm. Wilcocks Stanton. 

„ Bernard Ley. 


John Liddell. 


William Donnelly. 


John Wilson. 


R. P. Hillyar. 
Samuel Irvine. 


Evan Bo wen. 


William Martin. 


Charles M'= Arthur. 


Alexander M^Kechnie. 


Robert H. Brown. 


J. 0. M^William. 


John Tarn. 


William Lindsay. 


Robert Austin Bankier, 


T. R. Dunn. 


J. Wingate Johnston. 


Peter Leonard. 


Henry W. Mahon. 


T. R.'H. Thomson. 


Fitzwilliam Mansell. 


George Mackay. 


William M^Kiulay. 


R. T. C. Scott. 


James Salmon. 


Alexander Armstrong. 
Charles D. Steel. 


AV. R. E. Smart. 


A. E. Mackay. 
William Duvis. 


Walter Dickson. 


C. K. Ord. 


William Macleod. 


Andrew Graham. 


Charles Forbes. 


William H. Sloggett. 


Stephen Bowden. 
John Jack. 


Henry Hadlow. 



Under a Deed of Trust, dated the 10th May 1894, the late Mr. Charles Clement 
"Walker of Lilleshail Old Hall, near Newport, Salop, transferred to the College the 
sum of .£540 Victoria Three and a half percent Inscribed Stock for the endowment 
of a Prize inteuded to encourage the investigation of Cancer. 

The Prize, which is open to foreigners as well as to British subjects, consists of 
a gilt of <£100, and is awarded quinquennially by the Council, upon the recom- 
mendation of a Committee, to the person, if any, who shall be deemed to have 
done the best work during the preceding five years in advancing the knowledge of 
the Pathology and Therapeutics of Cancer. 


1891-1895. Haeold Jalland Stiles. 1901-05. Cakl Oluf Jensen. 

1896-1900. i\o Aivard. 


This Prize was founded in 1894 by Members of the Dental Profession in memory 
of the late Sir John Tomes, P.R.S., P.K.C.S., and his services in promoting the 
study of Dental Surgery and improving the status of its practitioners. 

The sum of £310 India Three per cent Stock was entrusted to the College, and 
it was agreed that the income thence derived should be expended in awarding 
triennially a Prize to such person, holding a Diploma in Dental Surgery of one of 
the Licensing Bodies in Great Britain or Ireland, as should be deemed by the 
Committee of adjudication to have done, during the preceding three years, original 
or other scientific work, worthy of special recognition on the subjects of Dental 
Surgery and Pathology, Dental Anatomy and Pliysiology (including Histology), or 
Dental Mechanics. 


1894-90. Chaeles Sissmoee Tomes. 1900-02. Kenneth Weldon GoxVdby. 

1897-99. John Howaed Mummeey. 1903-05. Ao Award. 


This Prize was founded in 1884 by the " Association of Surgeons practising 
Dental Surgery " with the object of commemorating the services of Samuel 
Cartwright,, in improving the status of the Dental Profession, not only by 
inducing many of those engaged in its practice to become fully qualified Surgeons, 
but also by assisting to gain the recognition of Dentistry as a special branch of 
Surgery by the institution of a Licence in Dental Surgery by the Koj^al College of 
Surgeons of England. 

The " Association of Surgeons practising Dental Surgery " having been dissolved, 
the administration of the Fund for the endowment of the Prize has been entrusted 
to this College under an order of the Charity Commissioners of the 31st July 1900, 


establishing a scheme approved by tlio Council of the College and the surviving 
members of the Association, 

The Tund is invested in the name of " The Official Trustees of Charitable Funds," 
and the dividends are paid to the President and Vice-Presidents of the College as 
Trustees of the Fund. 

The Prize, consisting of the Cartwright Medal in bronze and an honorarium of 
.£70, is to be awarded qiiinquenially to the author of the best essay upon a subject 
relating to Dental Surgery to be selected by the Council upon the recommendation 
of a Committee. Candidates must be persons engaged in the study or practice of 
Dental Surgery and possessing qualifications capable of registration under the 
Medical Acts of the United Kingdom. 


In 1893 Miss Johnstone of Bath bequeathed .£5000 in trust for founding five 
Scholarships for Medical Students in memory of George Samuel Jenks, M.D., 
F.K.C.P., a former Member of the College. 

The Will assigns the nomination to these Scholarships to the President and 
Censors of the Royal College of Physicians and to the Council of the Royal College 
of Surgeons alternately, with a first claim or preference for students educated at 
and leaving Epsom College ; and directs that one Scholarship be awarded annually, 
tenable for five years. The value of each Scholarship is about £'27 per annum. 


1893. James Alfred Patrick Cullen. 1901. Rupert Farrant. 

1894. Thomas Chetwood. 1902. Johj^ "Webster Bride. 

1895. Douglas Duke Turner. 1903. Alfred Richardson. 

1896. Arthur Whitehead Smith. 1904. Charles Gibson. 

1897. George Archibald Bosson. 1905. Eric Alfred Charles Fazan. 

1898. William Hardy Fleetwood. 1906. Godfrey Alan Walker. 

1899. Chas. Henry Burton Thompson. 1907. William Henry Price Saunders. 

1900. Alfred George Sworn. 


Under the Will of the late Mrs. Jane Begley of Hammersmith, widow of 
Dr. William Chapman Begley, a Member of the College, who for 34 years was in 
charge of the male department at the Hanwell Asylum, the College in 1905 became 
possessed of a sum of £800 2| per cent Consols for the benefit of students studying 
Medicine, Surgery, and Anatomy. 

In accordance with Mrs. Begley's expressed wish a Studentship iu Surgery and 
Anatomy of .£20 per annum tenable for three years has been founded. 


1906. Walter Burford Johnson. 




A List of those who have Given, or Bequeathed, Sums of Monef 

TO the College. 


1646. Edward Arris 510 

1655. John Gale 689 

1806, Samuel Jackson 333 

„ Parliament 15,000 

1810. Parliament 12,500 

1813. Dr. Matthew Baillie ^, ^ ^^^ 

,, Sir Everard Home, Bart. J ' 

1817. George Cruttenden 500 

„ Sir Charles Blicke 300 

1852. Parliament 15,000 

1869. Sir Erasmus Wilson 5,000 

1880. Mrs. S. H. Bradshaw 1,000 

1884. Sir Erasmus Wilson 200,127 

1885. James Moncrieff Arnott 1,000 

1894. Charles Clement Walker 536 

„ Subscribers to John Tomes Memorial .... 308 

1900. Subscribers to Cartwright Memorial .... 644 

1905. Mrs. Jane Begley 718 
















1827. Mr. Henry Cline bequeathed to the College, on trust, such an amount of 
his Three per cent. French Rentes as should at the time of his death produce o£600 
per annum, the dividends thereof to be received by his children, grandchildren, 
and great grandchildren, and after the death of the survivor of them, to be applied 
to the improvement of the Science of Surgery in such manner as the Council of the 
College should from time to time direct. In satisfaction of this Bequest a Rente 
of 15,000 francs per annum is entered in the Books of the Bank of Prance. One 
great grandchild, the Countess Ilignon, survives. 

1884. The College, being residuary legatee under the Will of the late 
Sir Erasmus Wilson, becomes entitled to a further sum of about £5000 upon the 
death of Miss Mattingley, for whom Sir Erasmus provided an annuity. 

1902. Mr. James William Groves bequeathed to the College by Will |ths of his 
residuary estate, subject to the life-interests therein of his wife, Mrs. Florence 
Mary Jane Groves, and his sister, Miss Frederica Harriet Groves, for the general 
purposes and objects of the Museum (including in such purposes and objects the 
purchase of collections or the defraying of the expenses of the Conservator incurred 
in journeys abroad for the inspection of other Collections). It is expected that the 
sum ultimately placed at the disposal of the CoUege under this Bequest will 
amount to about .£30,000. 


Eeguldfions and Synopses relatinff to the several Examinations of 
the Examining Board in England hjj the lioyal College of 
Physicians of London and the Royal College of Surgeons of 
England applicable to Candidates commencing Professional 
Study on or after \st of June ^ 1904. 


I. Any Candidate who desires to obtain the Licence of tlic lioyal College 
of Physicians of London and the Diploma of Member of the Koyal College of 
{Surgeons of England is required to complete five years of professional study 
after passing a recognized Preliminary Examination in the subjects of General 
Education, to comply with the following llegulations, and to pass the Examinations 
hereinafter set forth. 

II. Applications and Inquiries with reference to the Examinations for the 
Licence of the Royal College of Physicians of London and the Diploma of 
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, should be addressed to 
the Secretary, Examination Hall, Victoria Embankment, London, W.C., from 
whom Forms of the required Certificates may be obtained. 

III. Any communication relating to the Regulations should contain the 
Candidate's name in full and the date at which he passed the Preliminary Ex- 
amination in General Education, or ot his registration as a Medical Student. 

IV. There are three Examinations, called herein the First Examination, the 
Second Examination, and the Third or Final Examination. 

Y. These Examinations will be held in the months of January, April, July, and 
October, unless otherwise appointed. 

YI. Every Candidate intending to present himself for Examination is required 
to give notice in writing to the Secretary of the Examining Board in England 
fourteen clear days before the day on which the Examination commences, 
transmitting at the same time the required Certificates. 

YII. All Fees must be paid three days prior to the day on which the Exam- 
ination commences. 

YIIL The Certificates of Professional Study will be required to show that 
Students have attended the courses of Professional Study to the satisfaction cf 
their Teachers. 

IX. Students are required to attend Examinations which are held in the 
several Classes. 

X. Exemptions from the conditions of admission to the several Examinations 
can be granted only by the Committee of Management. 

Bool'S of Questions set at the several Eccaminations of the Board., from June 1886 
to October 1887, (ind each year from 1888 to 1907 inclusive., may he obtained on 
aj^plication to Messrs. Taylor and Francis, Bed Lion Court, Fleet Street, London, E.C» 
Price Qd. each. Post-free 64 r/. 

A Boole of Questions is published annually. 



PRELiMiNAur Examination. 

T. Every Candidate must pass a Preliminary Examination in General Education 
recognized by the Examining Board in England, a list of which may be obtained 
on application. 

First Professional Examination. 

II. Before admission to the First Professional Examination a Candidate must 
produce evidence of having received instruction in Chemistry, Physics, Biology, 
and Practical Pharmacy, unless he proposes to postpone Practical Pharmacy until 
a later Examination. 

III. Chemistry, Physics, and Biology must be studied at a Medical School 
or other Institution recognized by the Examining Board in England. 

The Certijicates must state that the Candidate has attended not less than 
180 hours' instruction and laboratory ivorh in Chemistry ; 120 houi'S^ instruction 
and laho7^atory work in Physics; and 120 hours' instruction and laboratory 
luorlc in Bioloc/y. These courses need not be completed within one year, nor 
need they run concurrently, and they may be commenced or attended before the 
Candidate passes the required Preliminary Examination in General Education. 

The Instruction in Practical Pharmacy may be received at any time before 
the Student presents himself for E.vaminaiion in that subject and must be given 
by a registered Medical Practitioner, or by a Member of the Pharmaceutical 
Society of Great Britain, or in a Public Hospit(d, Injirmary^ or Dispensary. 

lY. Six months' instruction at a Becognized Institution other than a Medical 
School will be counted as part of the Curriculum of Professional Study if such 
attendance is subsequent to the date of passing the required Preliminary Exam- 
ination in General Education. 

V. The subjects of the First Professional Examination are : — 

Part I. Chemistry. 

Part II. Physics. 

Part III. Elementary Biology. 

Part IV. Practical Pharmacy. 

VI. The Examination is partly written, partly oral, and partly practiciil. 
Synopses inclicatiyig the range of subjects in the Examinations in Chemistry, 

Physics, Elementary Biology, and Practical Pharmacy loill be found on yages 
bOto 55. 

VII. A Candidate may present himself for the First Professional Examination 
immediately after passing the Preliminary Examination in General Education, 
provided he is able to produce the Certificates required by paragraph III. 

VIII. A Candidate must present himself for examination in Parts I. and II. 
together (unless he claims exemption fr(»m one of them under the conditions of 
paragraph XII.) until he has reached the required standard to pass in both, or in one 
of these Parts, but he will not be allowed to pass in one Part unless he obtains at 
the same time at least half the number of marks required to jiass in the other 
Part. A Candidate may take Parts III. and IV. separately, or he may present 
himself for the whole Examination at onetime. 


IX. IVactical IMiarniacy may be taken with, or at any time before, Tart I. of tlie 
Final Examination. 

X. A Candidate referred in any Part, or in all four Parts, of the First Exan;- 
ination will not be admitted to re-examination until after the lapse of a period of not 
less than three months from the date of his reference. A Candidate referred in 
Chemistry and Physics or in Elementary Biolofj:y will be required, before beiii'i: 
admitted to re-examination, to produce a Certificate that he has received further 
instruction in that subject or subjects, to the satisfaction of his Teacher, at an 
institution recognized for the purpose by the Examining ]ioard, for a period of 
not less than three' months subsequently to the date of his reference. 

XI. The Fees for admission to the First Examination are as follows : — 
For the whole Examination, payable on first admission to any 

part or parts thereof . . . £10 10.9. 

Re-examination after rejection in Parts I. & II £3 3s. 

Do. Do. in Part III £2 2s. 

Do. Do. in Part lY £2 2s. 

XII. A Candidate who shall produce satisfactory evidence of having passed an 
examination for a Degree in Medicine in any of the subjects of the First Exam- 
ination conducted at a University in the United Kingdom, in India, or in a Pritish 
Colony, will be exempt from examination in the subjects in which he has passed. 

Second Pkofessional Examinatiox. 

XIII. The study of Anatomy and Physiology will not be recognised until the 
Candidate has passed in two of the first three parts of the First Examination, viz. : — 
Chemistry, Physics, and Piology. 

XIY. Before admission to the Second Professional Examination a Candidate 
must produce evidence : — 

1. Of having dissected, at a recognized Medical School, for not less than 

twelve months, during the regular Sessions, the Dissections to have 
included the whole human body. 

2. Of having attended, at a recognized Medical School : — 

(a) A course of Lectures on Anatomy during not less than six months, 

or one AVinter Session. 
(6) A course of Lectures on Physiology, 
(o) A course of Practical Physiology, including Histology, extending 

over a period of six months. 

XY. The subjects of this Examination are : — 

Anatomy and Physiology. 

XYI. The Examination is partly written, partly oral, and partly practical. 
A Si/nopsis indicating the range of suhjeds in the Examination in Ph)/siolo(jff will 
he found on pages 55 and 56. 

XYII. Candidates will be required to pass in both subjects at one and the 
same time. 


XYIII. Candidates will be admissible to the Second Examination on the com- 
pletion of the above courses. 

XIX. A Candidate referred on the Second Examination will be required, before 
being admitted to re-examination, to produce a Certificate that he has pursued, to 
the satisfaction of his Teachers, in a recognized place of Study, his Anatomical and 
Physiological Studies during a period of not less than three months subsequently 
to the date of his reference. 

XX. The Fees for admission to the Second Examination are as follows : — 

For the whole Examination .£10 10s. 

For re-examination after rejection £6 6s, 

Final Peofessional Examination. 

XXI. Before admission to the Third or Final Professional Examination, a 
Candidate must produce evidence : — 

1. Of having attended, at a recognized Medical School: — 

(a) A course of Lectures on Medicine during not less than six months, 

or one Winter Session. 

(b) A course of Lectures on Surgery during not less than six months, 

or one Winter Session. 
(e) A course of Lectures on Midwifery during not less than three 

(d) A course of Lectures on Pathology, including practical instruction 

in Pathological Histology and in Bacteriology, during not less 
than three months. 

(e) A course of Lectures on Pharmacology and Therapeutics during 

not less than three months. 
(/) A course of Lectures on Forensic Medicine, including Insanity, 
during not less than three months, 

(g) A course of Lectures on Public Health. 

(h) Systematic Practical Instruction in Medicine, Surgery, and Mid- 
wifery, including : — 

1. The application of Anatomical knowledge to the investigation of 


2. The methods of examining various Organs and other Parts of the 

Body, in order to detect the evidence of Disease or the effects 
of Accidents. 

3. The employment of Instruments and Apparatus used in diagnosis 

or treatment. 

4. The examination of Diseased Structures, whether recent or 


5. The Examination of the Urine and other secretions, and of morbid 


6. Post-mortem Examinations. 

({) Of having himself performed Operations upon the Dead Subject 
to the satisfaction of his Teacher. 

2^ote. — 2^he Certificate must state the number of Operations 'performed. 


2. Of having attended, at a recognized Hospital with a Medical School, after 

passing the Second Examination : — 

(a) The practice of MedicineandSnr^ery including Clinical Instruction 

during two Winter and two Summer Sessions. 
(h) Demonstrations in the Post-mortem room, including practical 

instruction in making Post-mortem Examinations, during twelve 


(c) Clinical Lectures on Medicine and Surgery during nine months. 

(d) A course of not less than twelve Clinical or other Lectures with 

Practical Instruction in Diseases peculiar to Women. 

3. Of having discharged the duties of Medical Clinical Clerk during six 

months, and of Surgical Dresser during other six months, of which in 
each case not less than three months shall have been in the Wards. 

4. Of having discharged the duties of Clinical Clerk in the Gynaecological 

Wards or Out-Patients' department of a recognized Hospital for three 

5. Of having received, at a recognized Medical School and Hospital, instruction 

in the administration of Anaesthetics to the satisfaction of his Teachers. 

6. Of having attended Clinical Instruction in Ophthalmic Surgery in the 

Ophthalmic department of a recognized General Hospital, or at an 
Ophthalmic Hospital recognized for the purpose by the Examining Eoard 
in England, during not less than three months. 

7. Of attendance at a Eever Hospital. 

8. Of having attended Clinical Demonstrations at a recognized Lunatic Asylum. 

9. Of having conducted 20 Labours, after fulfilling the conditions of 

Clauses 1 (h) so far as Midwifery is concerned, and 3. 

Note. — ITiis Certificate must he signed hy a member of the Staff of a 
Lying-in Hospital, or of a Maternity Charity of a General Hosjntal, or 
by the Dean of the Medical School attached to the General Hospital. 

10. Of having received instruction in Vaccination. 

The Certificate must be such as ivill qualify its holder to contract as a 
Public Vaccinator under the liegidations, at the time in force, of the 
Local Government Board. 

11. Of being 21 years of age. 

12. Six months of the last year of the curriculum may be spent in Clinical 

Study at, at least, two Hospitals or Infirmaries specially recognized for 
the purpose, a list of which may be obtained on application, 

XXII. The subjects of this Examination are : — 

Part I. Medicine, including Medical Anatomy, Patholog}% Practical Phar- 
macy *, Therapeutics, Forensic Medicine, and Public Health. 

* Candidates who have already passed in Practical Pharmacy will not be re-ex«'tmined in 
that subject at the Third Examinatiou. 

A Synopsis indicating the range of subjects in the Eixunination in Practical 
Pharmacy will be found on pages 54 and do. 

Syiiopses indicating the range of subjects in the Examination in Forensic Medicine 
and Public Health will be found on pages 56 and 57 respectively. 


Part II. Surgery, iucliidiiig Patliolog}', Surgical Anatomy, and the use of 
Surgical Appliances. 

Part III. Midwifery and Diseases peculiar to Women. 

XXIII. The Examination in Medicine and Surgery comprises written papers and 
Clinical, Practical, and Viva voce examinations. 

XXIV. The Examination in Midwifery and Diseases of Women comprises a 
written paper and a Viva voce examination. 

XXY. Candidates will be examined on diseased structures, whether recent or 
preserved, including microscopical specimens, in. each part of the Examination. 

XXVI. Candidates may take this Examination in parts or they may present 
themselves for the whole Examination at one time. They will be required to 
produce the following Certificates before being admitted to the respective parts 
of the Examination, viz. : — 

In Medicine, 

Of having attended the courses prescribed in Section II. Paragraph XXI. 

Clauses 1 (a) (d) (e) (f) (cj) {h), 2 («) (b) (c), 3, 5, 7, 8, & 10 ; 
and of being 21 years of age. 

In Surgery, 

Of having attended the courses prescribed in Section II. Paragraph XXI. 

Clauses 1 (6) (d) (h) (r), 2 (a) (b) (c), ;5, 5, 6, & 10 ; 
and of being 21 years of age. 

In Midwifery, 

Of having attended the courses prescribed in Section II. Paragraph XXI. 

Clauses 1 to U ; 
and of being 21 years of age. 

XXVII. Candidates will be admissible to Parts I. II. and III. of the Third or 
Pinal Examination on production of the required certificates of study provided 
that the Examination is not completed before the expiration of five years (five 
Winter and five Summer Sessions) from the date of passing the Preliminary 

XXVIII. A Candidate referred on the Third or Final Examination, or on one 
or more of the three Parts into which he may have divided it, will not be admitted 
to re-examination until after the lapse of a period of not less than three months from 
the date of rejection, and will be required, before being admitted to re-examination, 
to produce a Certificate, in regard to Medicine and Surgery, of having attended the 
Medical and Surgical Prac^tice, or the Medical or Surgical Practice, as the case may 
be, at a recognized Hospital during the period of his reference ; and, in regard to 
Midwifery and Diseases peculiar to Women, a Certificate of having received, sub- 
sequently to the date of his reference, not less than three months' instruction in 
that subject by a recognized Teacher. 

Note. — A Candidate who j^ossesses a ret/istrable qualijication is admissible to 
re-exaniination witliout j^roducing additional Certijicates. 


XXIX. The Fees for admission to the Third or Final Examination arc as 
follows : — 

For the whole Examination, payable on first admission to any part or 

parts thereof 21 

For re-examination in Medicine, incliidin*? Medical Anatomy, 

Pathology, Therapeutics, and Public Health h ^ 

Part I. '^ For re-examination in Practical Pharmacy 2 2 

(If taken at this Examination.) 
Part II. For re-examination in Surgery, including Pathology, Surgical 

Anatomy and Appliances ,55 

Part III. For re- examination in Midwifery and Diseases peculiar to Women 3 o 

XXX. Every Candidate who shall have passed the Third or Final Examination 
and who shall have paid the required fees is, subject to the Bye-laws of the two 
Colleges, entitled to receive : — 

The Licence of the Royal College of Physicians of London, and 

The Diploma of Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. 


I. A Candidate who shall have obtained a Colonial, Indian, or Foreign Qualifi- 
cation which entitles him to practise Medicine or Surgery in the country where 
such Qualification has been conferred, after a course of study and Examination 
equivalent to those required by the Regulations of the two Colleges, will, on pro- 
duction of satisfactory evidence as to age, and proficiency in Vaccination, and on 
payment of the required Fees, be admissible to the Second and Third or Final 
Examinations without any intervals between them. 

II. Any Member of an English University who shall have passed such an 
Examination or Examinations at his University as shall comprise the subjects of 
the First and Second Examinations of the Examining Board in England, and who 
shall have completed the curriculum of medical study required by the Regulations 
of the Board, will, two years after his having passed all the other required Exami- 
nations, be eligible for admission to the Third or Final Examination of the 
Board ; any Candidate so admitted to Examination will be required to pay a Fee 
of Five Guineas ; and any such Candidate who shall have passed the Third or 
Final Examination shaU, on the further payment of not less than Thirty-fiv(; 
Guineas, and subject to the Bye-Laws of each College, be entitled to receive the 
Licence of the Royal College of Physicians of London, and the Diploma of Member 
of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. 

III. Any Member of a Scotch or Irish University who shall have passed such an 
Examination or Examinations at his University as shall comprise the subjects of 
the First and Second Examinations of the Examining Board in England, and who 
shall have completed the curriculum of Medical Study according to the Regulations 
required by his University, will, two years after his having passed aU the other 
required Examinations, be eligible for admission to the Third or Final Exami- 
nation of the Board : any Candidate so admitted to Examination will be required 
to pay a Fee of Five Guineas ; and any such Candidate who shall have passed the 

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Third or Final Examination shall, on the further payment of not less than Thirty- 
five Guineas, and subject to the Bye-Laws of each College, be entitled to receive the 
Licence of the Royal College of Physicians of London, and the Diploma of Member 
of the Eoyal College of Surgeons of England. 

lY. Any Doctor or Bachelor of Medicine or Surgery of a Colonial, Indian, or Foreign 
University^ recognized from time to time for the purpose *, who shall have passed 
such an Examination or Examinations at his University as shall comprise the 
subjects of the First and Second Examinations of the Examining Board in England, 
and who shall have completed the curriculum of Medical Study required by the 
llegulations of the Board, will be eligible for admission to the Third or Final 
Examination of the Board two years after his having passed the said Examination 
or Examinations ; any Candidate so admitted will be required to pay a Fee of 
Twenty Guineas before admission to the Third or Final Examination. Any such 
Candidate who shall have passed the Third or Final Examination shall, on further 
payment of not less than Twenty Guineas, and subject to the Bye-Laws of each 
College, be entitled to receive the Licence of the Eoyal College of Physicians 
of London, and the Diploma of Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of 

Forms of Certificates required imder the conditions of paragraphs IT. and III. 
may he obtained of the Secretary of the Examining Board in England^ Examination 
Hall, Victoria EmbanJcment, London, W.G, 

* A list of these Universities may be obtained on application. 


I. Chemistry and Practical Chemistry. 

Inorganic Chemistey. 
General Elementary Principles of Chemistry : — 

Simple Substances. Mixtures. Chemical Compounds. Laws of Chemical 
Combination. Atomic Theory. Meaning and Use of Chemical Symbols. 
Equations and Simple Calculations. 

General Characters of the Chief Types of Inorganic Matter, as illustrated by the 
following : — 

Hydrogen and Oxygen. — Combustion. Oxidation and Reduction. Oxides. 
Acids. Bases. Salts. Ozone. Composition and Properties of Water. Nature 
of Solutions. Osmotic Pressure. Electrolysis. Rain-, River-, and Spring- water. 
Properties of Hard and Soft Waters. Hydrogen Peroxide. 

Nitrogen. — The Atmosphere. Methods of determining its composition. Ammonia 
and Ammonium Salts. Oxides of Nitrogen. Nitric Acid. General characters of 
Nitrates and Nitrites. 

Carbon. — AUotropic forms. Carbon dioxide. Carbonates. Carbon monoxide. 
Carbon disulphide. 

Halogens. — Chlorine. Hydrochloric Acid. Hypochlorous Acid. Sodium 
Hypochlorite. Bleaching Powder. Potassium Chlorate. Bromine. Iodine. 
Hydrobromic and Hydriodic Acids. 


Sulphur. — Allotropic forms. Hydrogen Sulphide. Sulphur dioxide and trioxide. 
Sulphurous and Sulphuric Acids. General characters of Sulphates and Sulphites. 
Sodium Thiosulphate. 

Phosphorus. — Allotropic forms. Phosphorus pentoxide. Orthophosphoric Acid. 

Borax and Boric Acid. Silica and Silicic Acid. 

The Metals with their compounds, as enumerated below, excluding Metallurgical 
processes : — 

Aluminium, Antimony, Arsenic, Barium, Bismuth, Calcium, Copper, Iron, Lead, 

Magnesium, Manganese, Mercury, Potassium, Silver, Sodium, Tin, Zinc. 
The more important Oxides, Sulphides, and Salts of these Metals with the Acids 

already mentioned. 
Potassium Permanganate and Potassium Chromates. 

Organic Chemistry. 

Ultimate Organic Analysis as regards Carbon, Hydrogen, and Nitrogen. 
Determination of Empirical Pormulee and Molecular Weight. Homologous Series. 

The General Character of the Chief Types of Organic Compounds, as illustrated 
by the following members of the various classes : — 

Methane. Ethane. Ethylene. Acetylene. — Chloroform. Iodoform. — 
Methj^ and Ethyl Alcohols. Ethyl Ether. — Eormic and Acetic Aldehydes. — 
Chloral. — Eormic and Acetic Acids and their Salts. — Ethyl Acetate. — Acet- 
amide. Cyanogen. Hydrocyanic Acid. Cyanides. — Urea and its synthesis. — 
Lactic, Oxalic, and Tartaric Acids. Oxalates and Tartrates. — Glycerol. — Eats 
and Saponification. 

Benzene. — Phenol. — Benzoic Aldehyde. — Benzoic and Salicylic Acids, 

Practical Chemistry. 
(a) Qualitative Analysis : Inorganic and Organic. 
The Candidate may be required to perform the analysis of a simple salt or of a 
mixture of two metals and one acid selected from substances included in the fol- 
lowing lists : — 

Metals. — Sodium, Potassium, Ammonium, Calcium, Barium, Magnesium, Zinc, 
Iron, Aluminium, Copper, Silver, Lead, Mercury, Bismuth, Tin, Antimony, 

Acids. — Hydrochloric, Hydrobromic, Hydriodic, Nitric, Carbonic, Sulphuric, 
Phosphoric, Acetic, Oxalic, Tartaric, and Hydrocyanic Acids. 

The substances may be present as element, oxide, sulphide, a simple salt, or a 
mixture. The Acids may be present in the free state, or as a simple salt. 

Candidates may be required to give equations illustrating the chemical reactions 
involved in testing for the above substances, and, if requested, to explain the same. 

(b) Simple Volumetric Analysis. 

The estimation of the strength of solutions of potassium or sodium hydrates by 
standard sulphuric acid, and of dilute hydrochloric or nitric acids by standard 
sodium hj'drate. 

The estimation of solutions of oxalic acid by standard potassium permanganate. 



(c) Preparations. 

Candidates may be required to prepare one of the following compounds in a 
well-crystallized condition : — 

Chloride of Ammonium, 

Iodide of Lead. 

Oxalate of Ammonium. 

Nitrate of Potassium, of Barium, or of Lead. 

Sulphate of Copper. Ferrous Sulphate. 

Acetate of Lead. 

Acid Tartrate of Potassium. Tartar Emetic. 

Candidates will be required to exhibit to the Examiners the preparations which 
they have made. 

Candidates will be allowed to make us€ of books or tables at the Practical 

II. Physics. 

General Pnysics. 
Units of length, mass, and time. 

Definitions of velocity, momentum, acceleration, force, and work. 
The laws of Motion. Gravitation. 
Distinctions between solids, liquids, and gases. 

Simple Hydrostatics. Laws of pressure of moving fluids in closed tubes. 
Specific gravities. 

Atmospheric pressure. Barometers. Air and Water-pumps. Siphon. 
Boyle's Law. 

Diffusion. Osmotic pressure. Dialysis. 
Capillary phenomena. 

Temperature and its measurement. 
Expansion of solids, liquids, and gases. 
Calorimetry. Specific Heat. Heat of combustion. 
Change of state. Latent Heat. 
Vapour-pressure, vapour-density, hygrometry. 
Conduction, convection, radiation. 
Ilelation between heat and work. 

Laws of Reflection and liefraction. 
Mirrors and lenses. Images. 

Prismatic dispersion. The Spectrum. Spectroscope. Microscope and Telescope. 
Polarisation. Saccharimeter. 


Production and propagation of sound. 
Wave-length, velocity, pitch, loudness. 



Electrification by friction and induction. 

Electrophorus. Condensers. 


Magnetic and heating effects of currents. 


Electrolysis. Primary batteries. Accumulators. 

Measurement of Electromotive force, current, and resistance. Ohm's Law. 

Induction currents. Induction-coil. 

Vacuum tubes. Rontgen Rays. 

III. Elementary Biology. 

1. The structure and properties of Cells ; Cell-division. 

2. The Varieties of Cells in, and the functions of, the tissues of the Root, Stem, 
and Leaf of a typical Dicotyledon. 

3. The structure and functions of the simple animal tissues, viz. : — blood, 
epithelia, connective tissues, muscle, and nerve. 

4. The structure and life-htstory of Amoeba, Paramoecium, Protococcus, and 
Sjpirogyra, as illustrative of : — 

{a) The differences between Plants and Animals. 

(6) The general phenomena of the life-history of low organisms. 

5. The structure and mode of life of Saccharomyces and Racteria. 

6. The general phenomena of Parasitism as illustrated by the structure and life- 
history of Monocystis. 

7. The relations between Multicellular and Unicellular Animals, as illustrated 
by a comparison of the structure, physiology, and life-history of Hydra and Amceba. 

8. The Coelomata-Invertebrata, as illustrated by the anatomy of Lumbricus. 

9. The Ccelomata-Vertebrata, as illustrated by the general structure and func- 
tions of the skeleton, and of the digestive, circulatory, respiratory, genito-urinary, 
and nervous systems of the Dogfish and the Erog. Outlines of the metamorphosis 
of the Frog. 

10. The structure of Ova and Spermatozoa ; Fertilization ; the early stages of 
Development ; the formation of the Segmentation-cavity, of the Gastrula, 
Archenteron, and Coelom, and of the Epiblast, Mesoblast, and Hypoblast, with 
an enumeration of the chief systems of Organs derived from the three layers in a 

Viva Voce Examination. 

Each Candidate will be examined orally upon any of the subjects included in 
the foregoing Synopsis. He will be expected to identify and describe, either 
freshly-dissected specimens or museum preparations, to show a practical knowledge 
of the skeletons, and to show that he is familiar with the ordinary methods of 
dissection and of microscopical investigation, including simple methods of staining, 
preparing, and mounting of parts of the plants and animals included in th© 


IV. Practical Pharmacy. 

a. The general nature and composition, and the most important physical and 
chemical characters, of the Pharmacopoeial drugs named in the annexed 

6. The composition of the Pharmacopoeial preparations of these drugs, and the 
processes employed in making them. 

c. The doses of these drugs and of their preparations. 

d. The Candidate will be required to recognize the drugs indicated by italics in 

the annexed Schedule. 


Calx Chlorinata ; Liquor Sodae Chlorinatse. 

Ammonii Bromidum ; Potassii Bromidum ; Sodii Bromidum. 

lodum ; Potassii lodidum ; Sodii lodidum ; Plumbi lodidum. 

Sulphur Sublimatum ; Sulphur Pra^cipitatum ', Calx Sulphurata ; Potassa Sulphurata. 

Phosphorus-, Calcii Phosphas ; Sodii Phosphas ; Ferri Phosphas ; Calcii Hypo- 
phosphis ; Sodii Hypophosphis. 

Acidum Hydrochloricum ; Acidum Nitricum ; Acidum Sulphuricum. 

Acidum Aceticum ; Acidum Citricum ; Acidum Tartaricum. 

Acidum Boricum ; Acidum Sulphurosum. 

uicidum Hydrocyanicum Dilutum. 

Liquor Ammonise ; Liquor Potassoe ; Potassa Caustica. 

Ammonii Carbonas ; Ammonii Chloridum ; Liquor Ammonii Acetatis. 

Potassii Bicarbonas ; Potassii Sulphas ; Potassii Chloras ; Potassii Tartras Acidus 
Potassii Permanyanas. 

Sodii Bicarbonas ; Sodii Sulphas ; Sodii Nitris ; Borax. 

Calx ; Calcii Hydras ; Creta Praeparata ; Calcii Carbonas Prsecipitatus. 

Magnesia ; Magnesii Carbonas ; Magnesii Sulphas. 

Alumen ; Alumen Exsiccatum. 

Zinci Oxidum ; Zinci Chloridum ; Zinci Sulphas. 

Cupri Stdphas. 

Argent! Nitras. 

Hydrargyrum ; Hydrargyri Oxidum Flavum ; Hydrargyri Oxidum Rubrum ; 
Hydrargyri Subchloridum ; Hydrargyri Perchloridum ; Hydrargyri lodidum 
Itubrum ; Hydrargyrum Ammoniatum ; Hydrargyri Oleas ; Liquor Hydrargyri 
Nitratis Acidus. 

Plumbi Oxidum ; Plumbi Acetas ; Liquor Plumbi Subacetatis Portis. 

Antimonium Tartaratum. 

Acidum Arseniosum; Ferri Arsenas ; Sodii Arsenas ; Arsenii lodidum; Liquor 
Arsenii et Hydrargyri lodidi. 

Bismuthi Subnitras ; Bismuthi Carbonas ; Bismuthi Salicylas. 

Perrum ; Fei^ri Sulphas ; Perri Sulphas Exsiccatus ; Ferri Carbonas Saccharatus ; 
Syrupus Ferri lodidi ; Liquor Ferri Acetatis ; Liquor Ferri Perchloridi ; Liquor 
Ferri Pernitratis ; Liquor Ferri Persulphatis ; Ferri et Ammonii Citras ; Ferri 
et Quinince Citras ; Ferrum Tartaratum ; Ferrum Redactum. 

Alcohol Absolutum ; Spiritus Rectijicatus ; ^ther ; Chloroformum ; lodoformum. 

Chloral Hydras ; Butyl-Chloral Hydras ; Paraldehydum ; Sulphonal. 

Amyl Nitris ; Tabellse Trinitrini ; Liquor Trinitrini ; Spiritus JEtheris Nitrosi. 


Acetanilidum ; Phenacetinum ; Phenazouum. 


Creosotum ; Acidum Carholicmn ; Acidum Salicijlicum ; Sodii Salicylas ; Salol. 

Aconiti Radix ; Aconitina. 

Opium ; Morphinae Hydrochloridum ; MorphinaB Acetas ; Morphiriie Tartras ; 

Apomorphinae Hydrochloridum ; Codeina ; Codeiua3 Phosphas. 
Cocce Folia ; Cocaina ; Cocainae Hydrochloridum. 
Jahorandi Folia ; Pilocarpinae Nitras. 
QiMissice Lignum ; Calumbce Radioc ; Gentiaiice Radix. 
Phjsostif/matis Semina ; Physostigminae Salphas. 
CafFeina ; Caffeinae Cifcras. 
Gonii Fructtis et Folia. 

Asafetida ; Ammoniacum ; Myrrha ; Guaiaci Resina. 
Cinchonce Ruhrce Cortex ; Quinince Sulphas ; Quininae Hydrochloridum ; Quininae 

Hydrochloridum Acidum. 

Ipecacuanhce Radix ; Senegce Radix. 

Nux Vomica; Strychnina; Strychninae Hydrochloridum. 
Belladonnce Radix et Folia ; Atropina ; Atropiuae Sulphas ; Hyoscyami Folia ; 

Hyoscinae Hydrobromidum ; Hyoscyamiuae Sulphas ; Stramomi Semina et Folia ; 

Homatropinae Hydrobromidum. 
Cannabis Indica. 

Digitalis Folia ; Strophanthi Semina. 
Oleum Ricini ; Oleum Crotonis ; Aloe Barhadensis ; Aloe Socotrina ; Aloinum ; 

Cascara Sagrada ; Colocyntliidis Pidpa ; Elaterium ; Elaterinum ; Jalapa ; 

Podophylli Khizoma ; Rhei Radix ; Senna Alexandrina et Indica ; Camphora ; 

Oleum Terebinthince. 
Acidum Tannicum; Acidum Gallicum ; Kino; Catechu; Hamamelidis Cortex et 

Acidum Benzoicum. 
Copaiba, Cubebce Fructus. 
Colchici Cormus et Semiua. 

Filix Mas. Santoninum, 

Oleum Morrhum, 


The Subjects required at the Second Examination in Physiology are comprised 

under the following heads : — 

1. Histological. 

The Structure of the Tissues of the body ; the Structure of the Organs of the 
body ; recognition of microscopical preparations of the Tissues and Organs. 

2. Chemical. 

The Composition of Food, and of the Tissues, Secretions, Excretions, and other 
Fluids of the body. 

56 regulations— examining board in england. 

3. Physiological. 

The Physiology of Digestion, Absorption, Circulation, Respiration, Secretion, 
Nutrition, Animal Heat, and Animal Motion. The Functions of the Nervous 
System and Sense-Organs. Eeproduction. 

*^* Candidates are expected to have practised, and to be familiar with, general 
histological methods, including the examination of fresh tissues, the fixing and 
hardening of tissues and organs, the cutting, staining, and mounting of sections. 
They may be called upon either to perform or to describe any of these methods. 
They are also expected to be able to practise at the Examination the usual methods 
of chemical and physical examination of the various fluids and solids of the food 
and of the animal body, as well as the special tests by which the more important 
substances (both inorganic and organic) occurring in the body are detected and 
estimated. Candidates may further be required to show an acquaintance with the 
mode of action and methods of employment of the commoner kinds of apparatus 
which are used in physiological work, especially in regard to the investigation of 
muscle, the heart, the pulse, and respiration. 


Forensic Medicine. 

I. Examination of Persons found dead, with reference to : — 

1. Identification. 

2. Time of Death. 

3. Cause of Death. 

II. Violent causes of Death : — 

1. Drowning. 

2. Strangulation. 

3. Sufi'ocation. 

4. Mechanical Injuries and Wounds. 

III. Poisons and Poisoning : — 

1. Symptoms and post-mortem appearances in cases of poisoning by the 
following agents : — 


Mineral Acids. Mercury. 

Solutions of Alkalis. Antimony. 

Copper. Arsenic. 

Load. Phosphorus. 

Oxalic Acid. Aconite. 

Carbolic Acid. Chloroform. 

Opium. Chloral Hydrate. 

Strychnine. Cyanides. 



2. Duties of Medical Men in cases of Poisoning, as regards — Observation ; 

Treatment and Preservation of parts for Analysis. 

3. Preliminary Tests for Poisonous Substances for Clinical Use, before 

reference to an Analyst. 

I Y. Medico-legal points in connexion with : — Pregnancy, Delivery, Eape, Criminal 
Abortion, Infanticide. 

V. The Lunacy Laws, in so far as they affect the Medical Practitioner, when 
signing Certificates of Lunacy. 

Public Health. 
I. "Water, in its relations to Health and Disease : — 

1. The Characters and Classification of Drinking-Water. 

2. The Causes and Sources of the Impurities found in Water, and the 

Methods of Purification. 

3. The Diseases conveyed by Water and the Methods of dealing- with 

Epidemics of such Diseases. 

II. Air, in relation to Health and Disease : — 

1. The Causes and Sources of the Impurities found in Air. 

2. The Diseases conveyed through the Air. 

3. The Quantity of Air necessary for Health; the Principles of Ventilation. 

III. Soil, in relation to Health and Disease : — 

1. The Causes and Sources of the Impurities in the Soil, and the Methods 

of dealing with them. 

2. Diseases connected with the Soil. 

3. The Methods of dealing with Excreta and Sewage. 

IV. Food, in relation to Health and Disease: — 

1. Dietetics. 

2. The Common Adulterations of the Chief Articles of Diet. 

3. Diseases connected with Deficiency or Impurity of Pood-supply. 

V. The Dwelling, in relation to Health and Disease : — 
The Principles of House-drainage. 

VI. The Principles of Disinfection, and the Mode of Action of the Chief Disinfeclino" 


VII. The Provisions of the Act for the ]S"otification of Disease. 


Regulations relating to the Education and Examination of 
Candidates for the Diploma of Fellow, 


1. The Examination for the Fellowship is divided into two parts, viz. : The 
First Examination and the Second Examination. 

2. The subjects of the First Examination are Anatomy and Physiology, and the 
questions on these subjects may require an elementary acquaintance with Com- 
parative Anatomy and Physiology. The Examination is partly written and partly 
viva voce. 

3. The subjects of the Second Examination are Surgery, including Surgical 
Anatomy and Pathology. The Examination is partly written and partly viva voce, 
and includes the examination of Patients and the performance of operations on 
the dead body. 

4. The Examinations are held twice in the year, in the months of May and 



1. The Fees for Examination are as follows : — £ g ^^ 

First Examination. Each admission 5 5 

Second do. do. 12 12 

2. Of such Examination-fees Seventeen Guineas will be reckoned as part of the 
fee payable upon admission to the Fellowship. 

3. The fee to be paid upon admission to the Fellowship is Thirty Guineas, except 
when the Candidate is a Member of the College, in which case the fee is Twenty 

4. Candidates, who have presented themselves for examination for the Diploma 
of Fellow under the Regulations in force before the 25th July 1900, will not be 
required to pay altogether more than Thirty Guineas in Examination and 
Admission Fees, provided that they become qualified to receive the Diploma 
of Fellow within ten years from the date of their registration by the General 
Medical Council as Medical Students. 

Conditions of admission to the First Examination. 

I. A Member of the College is admissible to the First Examination at any time 
after receiving his Diploma of Membership. 

II. A Candidate, who is not a Member of the College but who has passed the 
First Examination (Parts I, II, and III) and the Second Examination of the 
Examining Board in England by the Royal College of Physicians of London 
and the Royal College of Surgeons of England is admissible to the First 
Examination on the production of the following Certificates, viz. : — 

1. Of having been engaged in the acquirement of professional knowledge during 
not less than three Winter Sessions after Registration as a Medical Student by the 
General Medical Council or after passing a Preliminary Examination in General 
Education recognized by the Conjoint Examining Board in England. 

2. Of having dissected at a recognized Medical School or Schools for a period of 
not less than eighteen months during the ordinary Sessions or Terms. 

III. A Candidate, who is neither a Member of the College nor has passed the 
First and Second Examinations of the Conjoint Examining Board in England, but 


who is a Member of a University recognized nnder the llegulations of the Conjoint 
Examining Board, is admissible to the llrst Examination on the production ot" the 
following Certificates, viz. : — 

1. Of liegistration as a Medical Student by the General Medical Council or of 
having passed a Preliminary Examination in General Education recognized by the 
Conjoint Examining Board in England. 

2. Of having passed Examinations in his University comprising the subjects of 
the First Examination (Parts I, 11, and III) and of the Second Examination of the 
Conjoint Examining Board in England. 

3. Of having been engaged iu the acquirement of professional knowledge during 
not less than three Winter Sessions after Kegistration as a Medical Student or 
ai'ter passing a recognized Preliminary Examination in General Education. 

4. Of having attended Lectures on Anatomy during one AV inter Session at a 
recognized Medical School. 

5. Of having dissected at a recognized Medical School or Schools for a period of 
not less than eighteen months during the ordinary Sessions or Terms. 

6. Of having attended Lectures on Physiology during one Winter Session at a 
recognized Medical School. 

7. Of having attended a Course of Practical Physiology during not less than 
six months at a recognized Medical School. 

Note. — By this it is meant that the learners themselves shall, individually , he 
engaged on the necessary experiments, manipulations, dfc. ; hut it is not hereby 
intended that the learners shall perform vivisections. 


Conditions of admission to the Second Examination. 

I. A Member of the College is admissible to the Second Examination at any 
time after having passed the Eirst Examination, on producing satisfactory evidence 
of having been engaged not less than six years in the study (or study and practice) 
of the profession. 

Note. — In compliance ivith the conditions of the Charter, the Diploma of Felloio 
is not conferred upon successful Candidates until they have attained the age of twenty- 
five years. 

II. A Candidate, who is not a Member of the College but who possesses a 
qualification t recognized by the Council for the purpose, is admissible to the 
Second Examination, after having passed the Eirst Examination, on the production 
of evidence that he has been engaged in the study (or study and practice ) of the 
profession for not less than four years subsequent to the date of obtaining the 
recognized qualification, one year of which shall have been spent in attendance 
upon the Surgical Practice of a recognized Hospital or Infirmary. 

t These qualifications are the registrable Surgical and Medical Degrees of the following 
Universities, viz. : — Oxford, Cambridge, Durham, London, Victoria University of Manchester, 
Birmingham, Liverpool, Leeds. Sheffield, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Glasgow, St. Andrews, Dublin, 
Royal University of Ireland, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, New Zealand, Calcutta, Bombay, 
Madras, Punjab, M<^Grill Univei'sity of Montreal, Laval University of Quebec, and the Italian 
Koyal Univer.sities. 

N.B. — All communications with reference to the Examinations for the Diploma 
of Fellow should be addressed to Mr. F. G. Hallett, Secretary of the Examining 
Board in England, Examination Hall, Victoria Embankment, London, W.C., to whom 
intending Candidates should send applications and certificates at least 14 days before 
the commencement of an Examination. 

Fees should be paid at least three days before an Examination. 

N.B. — Books of Questions set at the Examination for the Diploma of Fellow, from 
May 1892 to Nov. 1893 and for each year from 1899 to 1907 inclusive, may be had on 
application to the Publishers, Messrs. Taylor and Francis, Red Lion Court, Fltet 
Street, E.G. Price 6(7. each, Post-free, Q\d. 


Megulations of the Council, 


Election to the Fellowship of Members op Twenty Yeaes' Standing. 

1. The chief ground of recommendation for this mode of admission to the 
Fellowship shall be distinction in Surgery or in the Sciences relating to Surgery ; 
but under certain special circumstances, to be stated by the Members of the Council 
proposing the Candidate, other grounds of recommendation may be entertained. 

2. The recommendation of Members for this mode of admission to the Fellowship 
shall be made on a printed form prepared for the purpose. 

3. The forms shall be bound in a book, to be called the Book op Recommendations, 
each form being duly numbered, and on no account to be removed from the book, 
which is to be accessible only to Members of the Council and to the Secretary. 

4. No other form of recommendation shall be permitted ; no personal appli- 
cation to the Council or to the Secretary shall be entertained ; and no direct 
Candidature shall be sanctioned. 

5. On the election of a Member to the Fellowship in this manner, the fact of his 
admission, with the date, shall be entered in the Eecommendation Book and be 
signed by the President and the Secretary, and the election shall be recorded by a 
distinctive mode of entry in the List of Fellows. 

6. A book shall be kept by the Secretary, in which Members of the Council may 
enter names of Members of the College who may be possible nominees for election 
to the Fellowship in this manner. 

7. The description of a Fellow elected in this manner shall be F.R.C.S. or 
-T.B.C.S.Eng., and not F.R.C.S.Eng. {hon. causa). 

See also Bye-Laws, Sect. XXI. Clauses 7-12, p. xcii. 


Regulations relating to the Diploma in Dental Surgery applicahle 

to Candidates registered as Dental Students on or after the 

1st June, 1904. 



Candidates who register as Dental Students after the 1st January, 1897, 

are required to pass three Examinations — the Preliminary Science Examination, 

the First Professional Examination, and the Second Professional Examination — 

and to produce the following Certificates before admission to the several Exami- 

Preliminary Sciencb Examination. 

1. Of having received instruction, at an Institution recognized for the purpose, 
in Chemistry and Physics (see pages 79 and 80). 

The certificates must state that the Candidate has attended not less than 180 
hours' instruction and laboratory work in Chemistry and 120 hours' instruction 
and laboratory work in Physics. These courses need not be completed within one 
year, nor need they run concurrently, and they may be commenced or attended 
before the Candidate passes the required Preliminary Examination in General 
Education. _, _, ^ 


2. Of having been engaged, during a period of not less than two years, in 
acquiring a practical familiarity with the details of Mechanical Dentistry, under the 
instruction of a competent Practitioner, or under the direction of the Superintendent 
of the Mechanical Department of a recognized Dental Hospital, where the arrange- 
ments for teaching Mechanical Dentistry are satisfactory to the Board of Examiners 
in Dental Surgery. 

This instruction may he taken pHor to the Date of Registration as a Dental Student. 

3. Of registration as a Dental Student by the General Medical Council, 299 
Oxford Street, London, W. 

4. Of having attended at a recognized Dental Hospital and School : — 
(a) A course of Lectures on Dental Metallurgy. 

(6) A course of Practical Dental Metallurgy. 

(c) A course of Lectures on Dental Mechanics. 

(d) A course of Practical Dental Mechanics, including the manufacture and 

adjustment of 6 dentures and 6 crowns. 

Second Professional Examination. 
o. Of having been engaged during four years in the acquirement of professional 
knowledge, subsequently to the date of registration as a Dental Student. 

6. Of having attended at a recognized Dental Hospital and School : — 
(a) A course of Dental Anatomy and Physiology. 

(6) A separate course of Dental Histology, including the preparation of 

Microscopical Sections, 
(c) A course of Dental Surger\'. 
{d) A separate course of Practical Dental Surgery. 

(e) A course of not less than 5 Lectures on the Surgery of the Mouth *. 
(/) A course of Dental Bacteriology. 

{(/) A course of Dental Materia Medica. 

7. Of having attended at a recognized Dental Hospital, or in the Dental Depart- 
ment of a recognized General Hospital, the practice of Dental Surgery during two 

* These Lectures may be given either at a recognized Dental Hospital and School, in which 
case the Lecturer must be a qualified Surgeon practising Surgery, or they may be given at a 
recognized Medical Sciiool, and may form part of tlie course required by Clause 8 {d\. 


8. Of having attended at a recognized Medical School : — 
(a) A course of Lectures on Anatomy. 

(6) A course of Lectures on Physiology. 

(c) A separate Practical Course of Physiology. 

*(f?) A course of Lectures on Surgery. 

*(e) A course of Lectures on Medicine. 

* These Lectures must be attended after the completion of the Courses of Lectures on 
Anatomy and Physiology. 

9. Of having performed Dissections at a recognized Medical School during not 
less than 12 months. 

10. Of having attended, at a recognized Hospital or Hospitals, the Practice of 
Surgery and Clinical Lectures on Surgery for 12 months during the Ordinary 

11. Of being twenty-one years of age. 

The Certificates ofprofessional study will he required to show that Students have 
attended the courses ofprofessional study to the satisfaction of their Teachers. 

Note. — Professional study prior to the date of registration as a Dental Student is 
not recognized except in the case of Chemistry and Physics^ ayid of instruction 
in the details of Mechanical Dentistry {see Clauses 1 ^ 2), and will not he counted 
under any circumstances in lieu of part of the four years^ study suhsequent to the 
date of registi-ation as a Dental Student required hy Clause 5. 



1. The Preliminary Science Examination consists of Chemistry and Physics, 
and will be identical with Parts I. and II. of the Eirst Examination of the 
Examining Board in England. Candidates may present themselves for this 
Examination before entering at a Dental School on production of the Certificates 
required by Section I. Clause 1. 

A Candidate must present himself for examination in Chemistry and Physics 
together (unless he claims exemption from one of them) until he has reached the 
required standard to pass in both, or in one of these parts, but he will not be 
allowed to pass in one part unless he obtains at the same time at least half the 
number of marks required to pass in the other part. 

A Synopsis of the Examination in Chemistry, Practical Chemistry, and Physics 
will be found on pages 50-53. 

A Candidate who shall produce satisfactory evidence of having passed an Exami- 
nation for a Degree in Medicine, conducted at a University in the United Kingdom, 
in India, or in a British Colony, in the subjects of the Preliminary Science 
Examination, will be exempt from that Examination. 

A Candidate referred in this Examination will be required, before being admitted 
to re-examination, to produce a Certificate that he has received further instruction 
in the subjects, to the satisfaction of his Teachers, at an Institution recognized for 
the purpose by the Examining Board, for a period of not less than three months 
subsequent to the date of his reference. 

Note. — A Candidate ivho possesses a registrable Dental Qualification is admissible 
to re-examination without producing Certificates of additional study. 

2. The First Professional Examination consists of Mechanical Dentistry and 
Dental Metallurgy. Candidates who have passed the Preliminary Science Exami- 
nation may present themselves for the Eirst Professional Examination for the 
Licence on production of the Certificates required under Section I. Clauses 2, 3, & 4. 

At the Examination in Mechanical Dentistry Candidates will be required to 
provide themselves with the following instruments, viz. : — Wax Spatula, Double- 
ended. Sculptors. Gouge and Handle. Vulcanite Files. Gold Files. Pliers, 


Pin-roughing and Bending and Snipe-Nose. Cutting Nippers. Broaches and 
Handles. Fret saw. 1 Melotte's Moldine Outfit. 1 Bunsen Burner (laboratory). 
Fine Saws. Chasers, Special. Blowpipe for Mouth, 12-in. Solder Tweezers. 
Crown Holder. Shears, Curved. Collar Pliers, N.P. Pin Nippers, Plaiu. 
Eivetting Hammer. Dividers, 4|-in. 

The following instruments will be supplied by the Hospital at which the 
Candidates are examined, viz. : — Hammers for striking up plates, Horn Mallets, 
Ordinary casting materials and apparatus. 

A Synopsis of the Examination in Dental Metallurgy, which will be conducted 
by written paper, will be found on pages G6-67. 

A Candidate referred in either or both of the subjects of the First Professional 
Examination will be required, before being admitted to re-examination, to produce 
a Certificate, in regard to Mechanical Dentistry, of having received six months' 
further instruction under the conditions specified in Section I. Clause 2 ; and, in 
regard to Dental Metallurgy, a Certificate of having received, subsequent to the 
date of his reference, not less than three months' instruction in that subject, to 
the satisfaction of his Teacher, in a recognized Dental School. 

Note. — A Candidate who possesses a registrable Dental Qualification is admissible 
to re-examination tvithout producing Certificates of additional study. 

3. The Second Professional Examination consists of: — 

Part I. General Anatomy and Physiology, General Pathology and Surgery. 
Part II. Dental Anatomy and Physiology, Dental Pathology and Surgery, 
and Practical Dental Surgery. 

The examination is partly written, partly practical, and partly oral. 

The Written Examination in Part I. comprises General Anatomy and Phy- 
siology, General Pathology and Surgery; and in Part II. Dental Anatomy and 
Physiology, Dental Pathology and Surgery. 

The Oral Examination in each Part comprises the several subjects above men- 
tioned, and is conducted by the use of preparations, casts, drawings, &c. 

Synopses of the Examination in General Anatomy, Physiology, Surgery and 
Pathology will be found on pages 67 to 70. 

At the Practical Examination in Part II. Candidates may be examined 

(a) On the treatment of Dental Caries, and may be required to prepare and 
treat teeth with gold or other material by inlaying or by crowning, or 
to do any other operation in Dental Surgery. 

(Candidates must provide their own instruments.) 

(6) On the Mechanical and Surgical treatment of the various irregularities of 
Children's teeth. 

Candidates who have passed the First Professional Examination at least 
six months previously may present themselves for Part I. only, or they may 
enter for the whole Examination at one time. 

Candidates who enter for Part I. only must produce the certificates required 
under Section I. Clauses 8, 9, 10, & 11, and must pass in Part I. before proceeding 
to Part II., for which the Certificates required under Section I., Clauses 5, 6, & 7, 
must be produced. 

Candidates who enter for the whole Examination at one time must produce 
the certificates required for the two Parts. They may pass in Part I. although 
failing to pass in Part II., but, if they fail to pass in Part I., they will not be 
allowed to proceed with the Practical and Oral Examination in Part II. In such 
cases the fees paid for admission to Part 11. will not be forfeited, but will be held 
over until such time as the Candidates become eligible for and present themselves 
to be examined in that Part. 



Candidates referred in Part I. will be required to produce, before admission to 
re -examination, a Certificate of three months' additional study at a General 
Hospital, and those who are referred in Part II. will be required to produce, 
before admission to re-examination, a Certificate of three months' additional 
study at a Special Dental Hospital, the precise attendances at each Hospital being 
left to the discretion of the respective Hospital Authorities. 

Note. — A Candidate who possesses a registrable Dental Qualification is admissible 
to re-examination without producing Certificates of additional study. 

Candidates who have passed the Second Examination of the Examining Board in 
England, or who shall produce evidence of having passed the Examination in 
Anatomy and Physiology for a Degree or other qualification in Medicine or Surgery 
registrable under the Medical Act of 1886, will be exempt from re-examination in 
those subjects in Part I. of the Second Professional Examination. 

Candidates, who are Members of the College, or who have passed the Exami- 
nation in Surgery of the Examining Board in England, or who shall produce 
evidence of having passed the Examination in Surgery for a Degree or other quali- 
fication in Medicine or Surgery registrable under the Medical Act of 1886, will 
be exempt from the whole of Part I. of the Second Professional Examination. 

The holders of all Degrees or Licences in Dental Surgery recognized by the 
College will be admitted to the First and Second Professional Examinations 
together, without passing the Preliminary Science Examination, provided they 
produce evidence (a) of having passed a satisfactory Preliminary Examination in 
general education, (6) of having completed the curriculum of professional study 
required by Section I. of these Regulations, (c) of having passed the required 
Professional Examinations for their Degree or Licence in Denial Surgery. 

The following are the Degrees and Licence at present recognized : — 
D.M.D. University of Harvard. 
D.D.S. University of Pennsylvania. 
D.D.S. University of Michigan. 
Licence of the Dental' Board of Victoria, Australia. 

Colonial Dental Practitioners, who have completed a course of not less than 
three years' instruction in Mechanical Dentistry and who have been registered in 
British Colonies under conditions which do not require the passing of a recognised 
preliminary examination, will be admitted to the Examinations for the Licence in 
Dental Surgery, provided they pass the required Preliminary Examination in 
general education, and complete the course of study required by the Regulations 
at a recognised Medical School and Hospital and at a recognised Dental School and 

4. The Fee for the Diploma of the Licence in Dental Surgery is Twenty Guineas, 
and is payable in the following manner, viz. : — 

£. s. d. 
Preliminary Science Examination, each admission . . 3 3 
First Professional „ „ ..220 

J Part I. 2 2 
Second „ „ ,-, \ p^rt IL 3 3 

Amount payable before grant of Diploma 10 10 


Fees for re-examination will not be allowed to count as part of the fee of 
T^venty Guineas payable for the Diploma. 


5. The Preliminary Science Examination will be held in January, March or 
April, July and September in each year. 

The First and Second Professional Examinations will be held in May and 
November in each year. 

Candidates arc required to give fourteen clear days' notice of their intention to 
present themselves for the Preliminary Science Examination and twenty-one 
dear days' notice of their intention to present themselves for either the Eirst or 
Second Proiessional Examination. 

Note. — A ticket of admission to the Museum, to the Lihrary, and to the College 
Lectures will he presented, to each Candidate on his ohtainimj the Dijdoma. 

N.B. — All applications with reference to the Examination for the Diploma in Denta^ 
Surgery should be addressed to Mr. F. G. Hallett, Secretary of the Examining Board 
in England, Examination Hall, Victoria Embankment, London, W.C. 

A Book of Questions set at the Examination for the Licence in Dental Surgery for the 
years from 1892 to 1907 may be obtained on application to Messrs. Taylor and Francis, 
Publishers, Red Lion Court, Fleet Street, Loudon, E.G. Price Qd. each, Post-free (j^d. 


Royal Dental Hospital of London. — Xational Dental Hospital. — Guy's Hospital 
Dental School. 


Birmingham Dental Hospital and Birmingham University Dental Depart- 
ment. — Liverpool Dental Hospital, and Liverpool University Dental School. — 
Victoria Dental Hospital, Manchester, and Victoria University of Manchester Dental 
Department. — Xewcastle-on-Tyne Dental Hospital. — Bristol Medical School and 
Royal Infirmary and General Hospital. — Sheffield Royal Hospital, and Sheffield 
University Dental Department. — Leeds Public Dispensary, and Leeds University 
Dental Department. 


Edinburgh Dental Hospital and School ; Glasgow Dental Hospital and School. 

Dublin. — Dental Hospital and School of Ireland. 



St. Thomas' Hospital Dental Department. — Westminster Hospital Dental De- 


Newcastle-on-Tyne Royal Infirmary, Dental Department. — Plymouth Dental 
Hospital. — Exeter Dental Hospital. 





Dental Metalluegt. 

The physical properties of the Metals — Gold, Platinum, Palladium, Silver, Tin, 
Autimony, Mercury, Lead, Bismuth, Zinc, Cadmium, Copper, Aluminium, Iron, 
Nickel : viz. : — Lustre ; Tenacity ; Elasticity ; Malleability ; Ductility ; Conduc- 
tivity for Heat and Electricity ; Fusibilitj^ ; Specific gravity ; Specific heat ; Ex- 
pansion by heat ; Brittleness ; Hardness ; Crystalline character ; Change of Volume 
on Solidification. 

Action of Air (either hot or cold), of Water, of Acids, of Alkalis and of 
Sulphuretted Hydrogen on the above metals and their principal alloys and 

Effect of exposure of the above metals, their alloys and amalgams, in the 

Gold. — Preparation and properties of pure Gold. Cohesive and noncohesive Gold. 
Precipitated and spongy Gold. Assay of Gold. Calculation of amount of 
base metal to be added to reduce the fineness of Gold to a given carat, or of 
the amount of fine Gold or of Gold of high carat needed to be added to raise 
the fineness of an Alloy to a given carat. The detection and estimation of 
Gold in Alloys. The Purple of Cassius. The eff'ect of impurities on the 
properties of Gold. The properties of the alloys of Gold. Composition of 
Solders for Gold. 

Platinum. — Preparation and properties of Platinum. Platinum-Black and spongy 
Platinum. Detection and estimation of Platinum in Alloys. Alloys of 
Platinum with Iridium, Gold, Silver, and other metals. Dental Alloy. 

Palladium. — Preparation and properties of Palladium and its combination with 
Silver, Gold, and Mercury. 

Silver, — Preparation and properties of pure Silver. Assay of Silver by cupella- 
tion and in the wet way. Preparation and properties of the combinations of 
Silver with Copper, Gold, Platinum, and Mercury. Composition and prepa- 
ration of Solders for Silver. Electroplating. 

Tin. — Preparation and properties of Tin. Detection of Tin in Alloys. Prepara- 
tion and properties of the Alloys of Tin. Its combinations with Zinc, Copper, 
and Mercury. Composition and melting-points of readily fusible Alloys. 

Antimony. — Preparation and properties. Properties of Alloys. 

Mercury. — Preparation and properties of pure Mercury. Testing the purity of 
Mercury. Vermilion and detection of impurities therein. Preparation and 
properties of Amalgams of the various Metals mentioned in this Synopsis. 
Composition and preparation of the principal Alloys which have been used for 
I)reparing Dental Amalgams. Methods of testing such Amalgams, as to the 
causes of their change of volume, permanence in the mouth, and change of 
colour. Effects of different Metals in these Amalgams. Possible action of 
Amalgam fillings on othermetals used in the mouth. 

Lead. — Preparation and properties. Effect of alloying on its properties. Solders 
and soft Soldering. 

Bismuth. — Preparation and properties. Alloys. 


Zinc. — Preparation, purification, and properties. Preparation of Zinc Oxide, Zinc 
Cliloride, and the various materials for the Oxyohloride, Oxyphosphute, and 
OxYSulphate Cements. Action of Acids and Alkaline Solutions on Cements 
in the Mouth. Alloys of Zinc. 
Cadmium. — Properties, its advantages and disadvantages in Alloys and Amalgams. 
Copper. — Preparation and properties. Effect of impurities on its properties. 
Alloys. Modes of preparation and properties of Copper Amalgams. Pre- 
paration of Sullivan's Amalgam and its modifications. 
Aluminium. — Preparation and properties of Aluminium and Aluminium-Bronze. 

Solders for Aluminium and Aluminium-Bronze. 
Nickel. — Preparation and properties. Alloys. German Silver. Nickel-plating. 
Iron. — Differences between Cast Iron, Wrought Iron, and Steel Effect of presence 
of impurities in Iron. Hardening, tempering, annealing, and burning 
Methods of testing Metals and Alloys for their various properties as described 
ill 1st paragraph. 

Methods of testing Dental Amalgams for changes of volume. Effect of Sul- 
phuretted Hydrogen, Water, Air, Acids, and Alkalis on Dental Amalgams, 

Methods of parting Gold from Silver ; rough tests for fineness of Gold Alloys 
(touchstone) ; of preparation of Gold Alloy of required fineness ; of recovery of 
Gold from scraps ; of preparation of Solders for Gold ; of recovery of Platinum and 
Silver from scraps ; of preparation of pure Silver ; of preparation of Amalgam 
Alloys containing two or more of the following metals — Silver, Tin, Gold, Platinum. 
Copper, Zinc ; of preparation of readily fusible Alloys, containing two or more of 
the metals Tin, Lead, Bismuth, Mercury, Cadmium, Antimony, and Zinc. 

Methods of determining melting-points of readily fusible Alloys ; of preparation 
of Alloys recommended for Dies and Counter Dies. 

Description of Furnaces and Muffles used in Metallurgy. 
Theory and varieties of Blow-pipes and Eluxes. 
Colouring and Gilding Gold. 
Purification of Sweep or Lemel. 



The Bones. — Classification, structure, development, and uses of Bones. Identi- 
fication of the bones (excluding hand and foot). Precise knowledge of the 
Bones of the Head and Neck. 

Joints. — Varieties of Joints ; structures entering into a joint. Temporo- 
Mandibular Joint ; Joints of the Spine, Clavicle and Shoulder. 

Muscles and Fasciae. — The naked-eye anatomy of a Muscle. Modes of 
attachment. Relations and actions of Muscles of mastication, deglutition, 
expression, and respiration. The Fasciae of the Upper Limb and of the 
Head and Neck. 

Circulatory System. — The Heart, its structure and its relations; the arrange- 
ment of its cavities and the valves. Pericardium. The arrangement of 
the principal arteries and veins of the body. Position, course, relations 
and distribution of the vessels of the Head and Neck. 



Nervous System. — Main divisions of the Brain. jSTaked-eye anatomy of the 
Spinal Cord, and of a Spinal segment with its nerve-roots. Cranial and 
Spinal nerves. Gen&ral arrangement of the Sympathetic Nervous System. 
Course, relations and distribution of the Cranial Nerves. The Cervical and 
Dorsal Spinal Nerves. Cervical and Brachial Plexuses. 

Organs of Special Sense. The Eye — Structure of the eyeball ; its vascular 
and nervous supply ; intrinsic and extrinsic muscles. The Eyelids — 
Lacrymal Apparatus. The Nose — Nasal Fossae, and accessory cavities. 
Nasal Mucous Membrane ; vascular and nervous supply. The Ear — An 
elementary knowledge of the External, Middle, and Internal Ear. 

The Eace and Neck. — Lips, Mouth, Tongue, Salivary Glands, Palate, Tonsils, 
Pharynx, Oesophagus. Larynx, Trachea, Thyroid Body, Thyro-lingual Duct. 
Cervical Lymphatic Glands with the areas drained by them. The Triangles 
of the Neck with their boundaries and contents. 

Thoracic and Abdominal Viscera. — Their structure, general arrangement, and 
relations. The Thoracic L^uct. 


Histology. — The Epithelial, Connective, Muscular and Nervous tissues. The 
Buccal and Lingual mucous membranes and the Salivary Glands. 

Contractile Tissues. — Their mode of action and relation to nerves ; Voluntary 
and Involuntary Muscular contraction; Tetanus; Eigor mortis. 

The Blood. — Its structure, composition and uses. Coagulation ; arterial and 
venous blood. The chemistry and combinations of Haemoglobin. The 
gases of the blood. 

Circulatory System. — Mecha-nics of the circulation of the blood. Blood pressure. 
The pulse. 
Structure and mode of action of the Heart, Arteries, Veins, Capillaries, 
General plan of the Systemic, Pulmonary and Portal circulations. 
Influence of the Vagus and Sympathetic Nerves on the actions of the heart 
and vessels. 

Lymphatic System. — General arrangement of the Lymphatic and Lacteal 
Systems. Structure and function of Lymphatic Glands and Tonsil. 

Eespiration. — Mechanism of Respiration. Principal muscles concerned in 
tranquil and in forced respiration. Control of respiration by the Nervous 
system. Chemical changes in blood and air. Interchange of gases. 
Dyspnoea : Death by suffocation. 

Alimentation. Digestion. — Composition and uses of the various secretions 
discharged into the mouth, stomach, and intestines. Chemistry of simple 
foods, e. g. brejid, meat, milk ; their digestion, absorption, and destination. 
Classification of food-stuffs. 

The muscular and nervous mechanism of Mastication, Deglutition, Peri- 
stalsis, Defaecation, Vomiting. 

Nutrition. — General plan and action of a secreting gland, with its nerves 
and vessels. Secretion and Excretion. The Liver as a secretory and 
excretory organ. Glycogen. Metabolism in general. 

The Urine. — Its composition ; variations in amount and specific gravity. 
Sources and meaning of its components. 


The Skin and its Appendages. — Structure and Fuactions. 

Animal Heat. — Maintenance and regulation of animal heat. The normal 

temperature. Cold-blooded and warm-blooded animals. 
Nervous System. — General plan of Cerebro-spinal and Sympathetic systems. 

White and grey nerve-matter, and their general disposition in brain and 

cord. Nerve-centres and their uses. Actions of various kinds of nerves, 

e. [/. motor, sensory, vasomotor. Reflex action. 
Special Senses. — Component parts of the eyeball. The eye as an optical 

instrument. Variations in the pupil; how affected. Reception of au 

image by the eye. Vision. 
Ear. — Its e:eneral structure. Mode of conduction of sound-vibrations. 
Taste. Touch. Smell. — The special Structures for the reception of the 

impressions for these senses. 
The Vocal Apparatus. — The production of voice. Speech. 
Development. — An elementary knowledge of the development of the face and 



Acute and Chronic Inflammation. — Causes. Vascular and Structural changes. 

Clinical signs and constitutional symptoms. Acute and chronic xlbscess. 

Gangrene. Boil, Carbuncle. 
Elementary knowledge of micro-organisms in their relation to Pathological 

Wounds. — Classification. Processes o£ Healing. Treatment. 

Saproemia. Septicaemia. Pyaemia. Erysipelas. 
Ulceration. — JN'ature of process. Chief varieties of Ulcers of Skin. Sinus, 

and Pistula. 
Haemorrhage. — Varieties. Arrest of Haemorrhage. Haemophilia. 
Shock. Collapse. Syncope. Fever. 
New Growths. — Meaning of terms " innocent " and " malignant.*' General 

structure and classification of Tumours. Diagnosis and treatment of the 

more common Tumours. 
Cysts. — Varieties and Classification. Diagnosis and treatment of Cysts of the 

Head and JSTeck. 
Syphilis. — Modes of infection. Stages, symptoms, and treatment of acquired 

and congenital forms. 
Tuberculosis. — Modes of infection. Pathological changes in a Lymphatic Gland. 

Treatment of Tuberculous disease in glands and in bone. 
Actinomycosis. — Modes of infection. Signs and treatment when occurring in 

head and neck. 

Tetanus. — Cause and symptoms. 
Fractures. — Causes, varieties, symptoms. Process of union. General principles 

of treatment. Signs and treatment of fractures of the bones of the face. 
Blood-vessels. — Injuries of vessels and their consequences. Causes and chief 

forms of Aneurism. Atheroma. Calcification of Arteries. Thrombosis. 

Embolism. Varicose veins. 
Nerves. — Injury to nerves. Common causes of Paralysis. Xeuritis. Neuralgia. 

Special knowledge of affections of Fifth and Seventh Cranial Nerves. 


Diseases of Bones. — Periostitis, osteitis, osteomyelitis, caries, necrosis, tumours 

of Bone. Symptoms and treatment of diseases of the bones of the face. 
Rickets. — Causes and signs of Eickets. Changes in bone. 

Joints, — General signs and treatment of dislocation with special reference 
to the Temporo-mandibular joint and Shoulder-joint. Diseases of Temporo- 
mandibular joint. 
Lymphatics. — Diseases of the Lymphatic Grlands in the neck. 
Injuries of Face and Neck. — AVounds of Head and Neck. Cut-throat. 
Foreign bodies in air-passages and oesophagus. Dysphagia. Dyspnoea. 
Laryncrotomy and Tracheotomy. 
Surgical affections of Face, Mouth, Pharynx, and Neck. 

Mouth and Lips. — Stomatitis — causes, varieties, symptoms, treatment. 

Salivary calculus, Eanula and other cysts of mouth. Hare-hp. 

Epithelioma. Herpes. Syphilis. Tubercle. Nasvus. Papilloma. 

Cancrum oris. 
Tongue. — Glossitis, acute and chronic. Papilloma. Epithelioma. Ulcers 

of Tongue. Gumma of Tongue. Wound of Tongue. 
Palate. — Cleft Palate, Tumours of Palate. Ulceration. Necrosis. 
Tonsils. — Varieties of Tonsillitis, diagnosis, consequences and treatment. 

Chronic enlargements. Ulceration of Eauces. 
Gums. — Surgical affections ; causes, diagnosis, and treatment. 
Maxillary and Frontal Sinuses. — Surgical affections ; causes, diagnosis, 

and treatment. 
Jaws. — Surgical affections ; causes, diagnosis, and treatment. Closure 

of Jaws. 
Nose and Pharynx.— Adenoid vegetations. Inflammatory affections. Ozoena. 

Polypi. Epistaxis, Foreign body in Nose. Lupus and syphilis of Nose. 

Eodent ulcer of Nose and Face. 
Parotid and Submaxillary Glands. — Surgical affections. 
Larynx.— Scald. Spasm of glottis. Qidematous Laryngitis. Diphtheritic 

membrane in nose, throat, or larynx. 
Neck. — Torticollis. Causes of Stiff-neck. Caries of cervical vertebrae. 

Cervical abscess. Bronchocele. 
Eye. — Conjunctivitis. Iritis, Corneal inflammatory ulcers and opacities. 

Cataract. Ptosis. Strabismus. 
Anassthetics : with special reference to their use in Dental Surgery. 



Eegulations for ohtainhnj the D'ploma in Fithlic Health of the 
Royal College of Physicians of London and the Royal Colle(je 
of Surgeons of England. 

Section I. — Examination. 

1. Candidates must have obtained a registrable Qualification in Medicine, 
Surgery, and Midwifery. 

2. The Examination, consisting of two Parts, will be held in the months of 
January and July in each year. 

3. Candidates must pass Part I. before being admitted to Part IT. 

4. Candidates may enter for Parts I. and II. separately, or at the same time, but 
no Candidate's name will be published until he has passed in both parts of the 

5. The Examination in each part will be written, oral, and practical*. 

* ]N^ote. — The Practical Examination in Part II. may include a visit to, and 
report on, some selected premises. 

6. The Eee for each part is £Q 6s., and must be paid three days prior to the day 
on which the Examination commences. 

7. A Candidate who fails to satisfy the Examiners in either part may present 
himself again at the next Examination on payment of the Eee of <£(5 {)s. 

8. The Diploma awarded is entitled " Diploma in Public Health of the lloyal 
College of Physicians of London and the Royal College of Surgeons of England." 

9. A Candidate intending to present himself for either part of the Examination 
must give 14 days' notice in writing to the Secretary, at the Examination Hall, 
Victoria Embankment, W.C. 

Section 11. — CoNDiTToxR OF Admission to Examination. 

I. For Candidates who obtained a registrable Qualification on or before the 

1st of Januanj, 1890. 
A Candidate entitled to be registered under the Medical Act on or before ihe 
1st of January, 1890, will be admissible to Part I. of the Examination on ])ro- 
ducing evidence of being at least 23 years of age, and to Part II. on producing 
evidence of being at least 24 years of age. 

II. For Candidates who obtained a registrable Qucdification after the 

1st of January, 1890. 
A Candidate will be admissible to Examination in Part I. on producing evidence: — 

1. Of having been in possession of a registrable Qualification in Medicine, 
Surgery, and Midwifery for at least 12 months. 

2. Of having attended, after obtaining such registrable Qualification, prnctical 
instruction in a Laboratory recognize by the Examining lioard in England, 
during a period of six months. 

3. Of being at least 23 years of age. 

A Candidate will be admitted to Part II. of the Examination on producing 
evidence : — 

4. Of having, after obtaining a registrable Qualification, been associated dav by 
day in the duty, routine and special, of Pul)lic Health Administration during six 
months (of which at least three months shall be distinct and separate from the 


period of laboratory instruction required under Paragraph II. Clause 2) under 
the supervision of 

(a) In England and Wales, the Medical Officer of Health of a County or 
of a single Sanitary District having a population of not less than 50,000, or 
a Medical Officer of Health devoting his whole time to Public Health work ; or 

(b) In Scotland, a Medical Officer of Health of a County or Counties, or of one 
or more Sanitary Districts having a population of not less than 30,000 ; or 

(c) In Ireland, a Medical Superintendent Officer of Health of a District or 
Districts having a population of not less than 30,000 ; or 

(d) In the British Dominions outside the United Kingdom, a Medical Officer of 
Health of a Sanitary District having a population of not less than 30,000, who 
himself holds a registrable Diploma in Public Health ; or 

(e) A Medical Officer of Health who is also a Teacher in the Department of 
Public Health of a recognized Medical School ; or 

(f) A Sanitary Staff Officer of the lloyal Army Medical Corps having charge of 

an Army Corps, District, or Command, recognized for this purpose by the General 

Medical Council, t 

t The followmg Districts have been recognized by the General Medical Council, viz.: — 

Aldersbot ; Salisbury Plam ; Southern and Western Districts ; Dublin and Cork Districts ; 
Cbatliani, Home, and Eastern Districts; North -Eastern and North -Western 
Districts; Scottish District ; Gibraltar; Bombay, Punjaub, Bengal, and Madras. 

*^* Provided that the period of six months may be reduced to a period 
of three months (which shall be distinct and separate from the period of 
laboratory instruction required under Regulation 2), in the case of any 
Candidate who produces evidence that, after obtaining a registrable 
Qualification, he has during three months attended a course or courses 
of instruction in sanitary law, sanitary engineering, vital statistics, and 
other subjects bearing on Public Health Administration, given by a 
Teacher or Teachers in the Department of Public Health of a recognized 
Medical School. 

JVote (1). — The Certificate of an Assistant Medical Officer of Health of a County or 
of a single Sanitary District having a Population of not less than 50,000 
may be accepted as evidence under Clause 4, provided the Medical Officer 
of Health of the County or District in question permits the Assistant 
Officer to give the necessary instruction and to issue Certificates. 

JS^oie (2). — A Candidate who shall have produced evidence that he has himself 
held for a period of not less than three years an appointment as Medical 
Officer of Health of a Sanitary District within the British Dominions, and 
having a population of not less than 15,000, may be exempted from the 
requirement of paragraph 4. 

5. Of having attended, during three months, after obtaining a registrable 
Qualification, the Practice of a Hospital for Infectious Diseases at which oppor- 
tunities are afforded for the study of Methods of Administration. 

_/Voi«2. — In the case of a Medical Officer of the Eoyal Army Medical Corps a 
certificate from a Principal Medical Officer under whom he has served, 
stating that he has during a period of at least three months been 
diligently engaged in acquiring a practical knowledge of Hospital 
Administration in relation to Infectious Diseases, niay be accepted as 
evidence under Regulation 5. 

0. Of being at least 24 years of age. 


Syllabus for the Examination. 

The first part of the Examination will have reference to the General Principles 
of Sanitary Science, and will comprise the following; subjects: — 

The elements of chemistry, i)hysics, and geolo<^y. jVIethods of examination of 
water and air for hygienic purposes, including a knowledge of analytical methods 
and the interpretation of results. The chemical composition of foods, and tlie 
usual forms of adulteration. The laws of heat and the elements of pneumatics, 
hydrostatics, and hydraulics, in their relation to warming, ventilation, water- 
supply, and drainage. Principles of building-construction in their application to 
dwellings, hospitals, and schools, &c. Meteorology in relation to health ; meteo- 
rological instruments, their construction and use. The general principles of 
sanitary engineering, including the disposal of sewage and refuse. The reading 
and interpretation of geological and ordnance survey maps. The microscoi)ical 
examination cf foods and the detection thereby of the common forms of adultera- 
tion. The methods of bacteriological analysis, and the bacteriology of water, air, 
food, and soil. Disinfectants, their chemical and bacteriological efficacy and use. 
The general pathology of infection, and the diseases of animals that are trans- 
missible to man. Nature of immuiiity and protection from iufectious disease. 


The second part of the Examination will have reference to the application of 
tlie Principles of Sanitary Science, and will comj)rise the following subjects : — 

Laws and statutes relating to Public Health, including the model Pye-laws of 
the Local Government Board. General Epidemiology with reference to the origin, 
])athology, symptoms, propagation, geographical distribution, and prevention of 
epidemic, endemic, and other diseases at home and abroad. Unwholesome trades 
and the diseases to which they give rise, and the prevention of nuisances arising 
therefrom. Nature and origin of parasitic diseases. Nuisances injurious or 
dangerous to health. Causes and conditions which produce climate, general effects 
of climate, acclimatisation. Effects on health of overcrowding, vitiated air, 
impure Avater, polluted soil, and bad or insufficient food. Duties 'of Sanitary 
Authorities and their Officers. 

Vital Statistics : — Calculation of population, birth rate, marriage rate, and death 
rate ; mortality from zymotic diseases ; sickness rates ; relation between occupa- 
tion and mortality ; life tables, their construction and interpretation ; the value of 
statistical facts, averages, and methods. 

Books of Questions set at the Examinations for the Diploma in Public Health 
during the years 1887 to 1907 may be obtained on application tc Messrs. Tatlok and 
Francis, Publishers, lied Lion Court, Fleet Street, London, E.C. Price ()d. each. 
Post-free (Ud. 


The following are the Hospitals and Schools of Surgery and Medicine from which 
Certificates of the Professional Education of Cayididates for the Membership and 
Fellowship will he received hy this College, for the year commencing the first of 
August, 1908. 

I. Medical Schools and Hospitals at which the curriculum of 
professional education may be completed. 

e:?^gland and wales. 

LoNDOT^. — St. Bartholomew's, St. Thomas', Guy's, St. George's, Londou, Middlesex, 

University College, King's College, Westmiustsr, Charing Cross, 

St. Mary's. 

Birmingham. — The University, with General Hospital or Queen's Hospital. 
Bristol. — University College, with Eoyal Infirmary or General Hospital. 
Cambridge. — The University and Addenbrooke's Hospital. 
Cardiff. — University College of South Wales and Glamorganshire and Cardiff 

Infirmary. (Recognized for the first three years of the curriculum 

Durham. — The University and Newcastle-upon-Tyne Infirmary. 
Leeds. — The University, with General Infirmary. 
Liverpool. — The University, with Eoyal Infirmary, Eoyal Southern Hospital, 

David Lewis Northern Hospital, Stanley Hospital, or United Hospitals 

Clinical School. 
I^Ianchester. — The Victoria University and Eoyal Infirmary. 
Newcastle-upo]S"-Tyne {see Durham). 
Sheffield. — The University, with Eoyal Infirmary or Eoyal Hospital. 

Edinburgh. — The University and Eoyal Infirmary ; The School of Medicine and 
Eoyal Infirmary. 


Glasgow. — The University, Anderson's College, and St. Mungo's College, with 

the Eoyal Infirmary, and Western Infirmary. 
Aberdeen, — The University and Eoyal Infirmary. 

Dublin. — Medical Schools : The Eoyal College of Surgeons, including Carmichael 
College and Ledwich School; Trinity College ; Cathohc University. — 
Hospitals : Dr. Steevens', Eichmond, City of Dublin, Mercer's, Meath, 
Jervis Street, St. Vincent's, Adelaide, Mater Misericordiae. 


Belfast. — Queen's College and Eoyal Hospital. 

Cork. — Queen's College and North and South Infirmaries. 

Galwat. — Queen's College and County Infirmary and Town Hospital. 




The Uuiversity. 

Calcutta. — The Medical College. 
Madras. — The Medical College. 
Bombay. — The Grant Medical College. 
Lahore. — Punjaub University. 
Ceylon (Colombo). — The Medical College. 


Toronto. — The University; Trinity Medical College; Trinity University. 

Montreal. — The University of M'^Gill College ; Bishop's College. 

Kingston. — The College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Quebec. — Laval University. 

London (Ontario). — The Western University. 

"Winnipeg. — The University of Manitoba. 

Halifax. — Dalhousie College and University. 


Melbourne. — The University of Melbourne, with the Melbourne Hospital and 

Alfred Hospital. 
Sydney. — The University of Sydney, with the Sydney Infirmary and Prince 

Alfred Hospital. 
Adelaide. — The Uuiversity of Adelaide and Adelaide Infirmary. 

DuNEDiN. — The University of New Zealand and Dunedin Hospital. 



Paris. — The University of Prance, with its branch Faculties in Lyons, Marseilles 
Montpelher, Xantes, Toulon. 

The Universities of Brussels, Liege, and Louvain. 

The Universities of Amsterdam, Leyden, and Utrecht. 


The Universities of Berlin, Bonn, Breslau, Erlangen, Freiburg, Giessen, 
Gottingen, Greifswald, Halle, Heidelberg, Jena, Kiel, Konigs- 
berg, Leipzig, Marburg, Munich, Strasburg, Tubingen, and 



The Universities of Vienna, Graz, Innsbrixk, Prag, and Budapesth. 



The Universities of Bern, Basle, GtEneva, Lausanne, and ZumcH. 


The Universities of Eome, Bologna, Floeence, Genoa, Milan, Naples, Patia, 
Pisa, and Turin. 


The Universities of St. Petersburg, Kharkov, Moscow, and Warsaw. 


Christiania. — The University. 


Stockholm. — Eoyal Caroline Institute. 
Upsala. — The University. 


Copenhagen. — The University. 


The Universities of Madrid, Salamanca, and Seville. 


New York.— The University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College ; The College 
of Physicians and Surgeons (Columbia University) ; Cornell Ujiiversity. 
Philadelphia. — The University of Pennsyhania ; Jefferson College. 
Cambridge^ Boston. — Harvard University. 
Chicago.; — Eush Medical College ; North- Western University. 
Michigan. — The University. 

San Erancisco. — Cooper Medical College ; The University of California. 
New Haa^en, Connecticut. — Yale University. 
Buffalo, New York. — The University. 
Minneapolis. — The University, Minnesota. 
Cincinnati. — The Uiiiversity. 
Baltimore. — Johns Hopkins University. 

II. Hospitals recognized for a part of the required attendance on 
Medical and Surgical Practice, for Medical Clinical Clerkship, 
and for Surgical Dressership. 

Bath. — Eoyal United Hospital. 
Bedford. — County Hospital. 
Bradford. — Eoyal Infirmary. 
Brighton.— Sussex County Hospital. 
Canterbury. — Kent and Canterbury Hospital. 


Cardiff. — lufirmarv. 

Derby. — Derbyshire Koyal Infirmary. 

Exeter. — Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital. 

Gloucester. — General Infirmary. 

Hartshill. — North Staffordshire Infirmary. 

Hull. — Royal Infirmary. 

Leicester. — Infirmary. 

Northa^ipton. — General Hospital. 

Norwich. — Norfolk and Norwich Hospital. 

Nottingham. — General Hospital. 

Oxford. — Radcliffe Infirmary. 

Plymouth. — South Devon and East Cornwall Hospital. 

Portsmouth. — Royal Hospital. 

Reading. — Berkshire Royal Hospital. 

Salisbury. — General Infirmary. 

Shrewsbury. — Salop Infirmary. 

Southampton. — Royal South Hants and Southampton Hospital. 

Stafford. — Staffordshire General Infirmary. 

Swansea. — General and Eye Hospital. 

Winchester. — Royal Hampshire County Hospital. 

AVoLYERHAMPTON. — Wolverhamptou and Staffordshire General Hospital. 

Worcester. — General Infirmary. 

York. — County Hospital. 


Dundee. — Royal Infirmary. 

Dublin. — Sir Patrick Dun's Hospital. 

HoBART Town. — The General Hospital. 
Launceston. — The General Hospital. 

III. Recognized Lunatic Asylums. 

Banstead. — London County Asylum. 

Bexley. — London County Asylum. 

Birmingham. — Borough Asylum. 

Bristol. — City and County Asylum, Fishponds. 

Cane Hill. — London County Asylum. 

Claybury. — London County Asylum. 

CoLNEY Hatch. — London County Asylum. 

Dartford. — City of London Asylum. 

Epsom. — The Manor Asylum. 

Hanwell. — London County Asylum. 

Horton. — London County Asylum. 

London. — Bethlem Royal Hospital ; Grove Hall Asylum, Bow (Dr. Julius 

Mickle) ; Camberwell House Asylum (Dr. Rayner or Dr. Percy Smith) ; 

Bethnal (Dr. J. Kennedy AVilJ) ; St. Luke's Hospital, Old Street (Dr. T. 

Claye Shaw). 


Mat«"CHEstee. — Manchester Eoyal Asylum, Cheadle. 

Morpeth. — Northumberland County Asylum. 

Rainhtll. — Lancashire County Asylum. 

Wadsley, near Sheffield. — South Yorkshire Lunatic Asylum. 

Wakefield. — West E-iding Asylum. 

IV. Recognized Fever Hospitals. 

Birmingham. — Corporation Fever Hospital. 

Brighton. — Borough Fever Hospital. 

Bristol. — Public Health Department Hospitals : Corporation Fever Hospital. 

Cardiff. — Hospital for Infectious Diseases (The Sanatorium). 

Croydon. — Borough Fever Hospital. 

Devonport. — Borough Small Pox and Fever Hospitals. 

Leeds. — Corporation Fever Hospitals. 

Liverpool. — Corporation Fever Hospitals. 

London. — Metropolitan Fever Hospitals ; West Ham Fever Hospitals (Plaistow, 

and Dagenham) ; Hornsey Borough Isolation Hospital. 
Manchester. — Corporation Fever Hospital. 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne. — Fever Hospitals. 
Sheffield. — City Hospitals. 
Southampton. — Fever Hospital. 
Swansea. — Borough Fever Hospital. 
Willesden. — District Isolation Hospital. 

V. Recognized Ophthalmic Hospitals. 

Birmingham. — Birmingham and Midland Eye Hospital. 

Liverpool. — The Eye and Ear Hospital ; St. Paul's Eye and Ear Hospital. 

London. — Royal London Ophthalmic Hospital, Moorfields ; Eoyal Westminster 

Ophthalmic Hospital ; Eoyal Eye Hospital, South wark. 
Southampton. — The Eye and Ear Hospital. 

VI. Laboratories recognized for instruction in Public Health 
for the Diploma in Public Health. 

London. — St. Bartholomew's, Guy's, London, University College, King's College, 
Charing Cross, St. George's, St. Mary's, Westminster, St. Thomas's, 
Middlesex, Eoyal Institute of Public Health. 

Birmingham. — The University. 

Brighton. — Technical School. 

Bristol. — University College. 

Cardiff. — University College. 

Hongkong. — Government Laboratory. 

Leeds. — The University. 

Liverpool. — The University School of Science and Technology. 

Manchester. — Victoria U niversity. 

jS^ewcastle-ufon-Tyne. — University of Durham College of Medicine. 

Portsmouth. — Municipal Laboratories. 

Sheffield. — The L^niversity. 


VII. Institutions recognized for instruction in Chemistry, including 
Chemical Physics, Practical Chemistry, and Elementary 

Certificates for Biology will he accepted only from those Institutions 
marked with an asterisJc. 

Aberystwyth. — *ljniversity College of AVales. 

AccRiNGTON. — Municipal Technical School. 

Banbury. — Municipal Technical School. 

Bangor. — *University College of North Wales. 

Bath. — *Kingswood School. 

Bedford. — The Grrammar School ; Modern School. 

Berkhamsted. — *Berkhamsted School. 

Birkenhead. — Holt Schools of Science and Art. 

Birmingham. — Municipal Technical School. 

Blackburn. — *Stonyhurst College ; Municipal Technical School. 

Blx^enau Eestiniog. — County School. 

Bolton. — Central Higher Grade Board School. 

Bradford. — *The Grammar School ; *Bradford Technical College. 

Brighton. — *Municipal School of Science and Technology. 

Bristol, — *irniversity College ; *Merchant Venturers' Technical College ; Bristol 

Grammar School. 
Bruton. — Sexey's School. 
Burslem. — Wedgewood Institute. 
BrRY. — Bury Grammar School. 
Cambridge. — *Ley's School. 

Canterbury. — Simon Langton Schools ; St. Edmund School. 
Cape Town. — *South African College. 
Cardiff. — ^University College of South Wales. 
Cheltenham. — Cheltenham College. 
Clifton, Bristol. — Clifton College. 
Cbanbrook. — Cranbrook School. 
Derby. — *Municipal Technical College. 

Deyonport. — Municipal Science, Art, and Technical Schools. 
DuLwiCH. — *Dulwich College ; Alleyn's School. 
Eastbourne. — Eastbourne College. 
Elstree. — Aldenham School. 
Epsom. — *Epsom College. 
Eton. — *Eton College. 
Exeter. — *Eoyal Albert Memorial College. 
Eelsted. — *Eelsted School. 
Gloucester. — Municipal Technical School. 
GoDALMiNG. — ^Charterhouse School. 
Grimsby. — Municipal College. 
Halifax. — Municipal Technical School. 
Hanley. — Municipal Secondary School. 
Harrow. — *Harrow School. 
Huddersfield. — *Technical School. 


Hull. — Municipal Technical School; *Hymer's College. 

Johannesburg. — Transvaal Technical Institute. 

Leeds. — Institute of Science and Art. 

Leicestee. — *Wyggeston School ; Municipal Technical and Art School. 

Liverpool. — *Sc'hool of Science, Technology, and Art. 

London. — *The Department of Science and Art, South Kensington ; City of 
London School ; *St. Paul's School, West Kensington ; The Pharma- 
ceutical Society ; *Birkbeck Literary and Scientific Institute ; *South- 
West Polytechnic Institute, Chelsea ; *City of London College ; Poly- 
technic Institute, Begent Street ; *Polytechnic Institute, Battersea ; 
^"Northern Polytechnic Institute, Holloway ; East London Technical 
College, People's Palace; Mercers' Scliool, Holborn; St. Olave's Grrammar 
School, Tooley Street ; Merchant Taylor's School ; Technical Institute, 
"Wandsworth ; Municipal Technical Institute, West Ham ; Highgate 
School ; Central Foundation Boys' School, Cowper Street ; Westminster 
School ; University College School, Prognal, Hampstead. 

Long Eaton. — Trent College. 

Manchester. — Municipal Technical School. 

Marlborough. — Marlborough College. 

Middlesbrough. — Middlesbrough High School. 

jNEvs^CASTLE-upoN-TrNE. — * Armstrong College ; *Riitherford College. 

Norwich. — Higher Grade Board School ; Technical School. 

Nottingham. — *University College. 

Oldham. — Municipal Technical School. 

OuNDLE. — Oundle School. 

Plymouth. — *The Science, Art, and Technical School 

Portsmouth. — G-rammar School. 

Preston. — Harris Institute. 

Bamsgate. — St. Lawrence College. 

E-EADiNG. — *Eeading College; Eeading School. 

EocHDALE. — Municipal Technical School. 

Hochester. — Mathematical School. 

Eossall, near Eleetwood. — Eossall School. 

St. Bees, Cumberland. — St. Bees School. 

Saleord. — Eoyal Technical Institution. 

Settle, Yorkshire. — Giggleswick School. 

Sherborne (Dorset). — Sherborne School. 

Southampton. — *Hartley Institution. 

Southend. — Technical School. 

Stafford. — County Technical School. 

Stourbridge. — King Edward's School. 

Sunderland. — Technical College. 

Swansea. — Municipal Technical School. 

Swindon. — Swindon and North Wilts Technical School. 

Tonbridge. — *Tonbridge School. 

TowYN, Merionethshire. — Intermediate County School. 

Uppingham. — *Uppingham School. 

Walsall. — Municipal Science, Art, and Technical School. 

West Bromwich. — Municipal Secondary School. 

Winchester. — Winchester College. 



Elected lAth Jime^ 1900, when Prince of Wales. 

Elected I2th Jidy, 1900. 

Robert Aethur Talbot Gascoyne-Oecjl, K.O., 3rd Marquess of Salishury ; 

died 2'2nd August, 1903. 
The Eakl of Eosebery, K.G., K.T. 38 Berkeley -square, W. 

Elected 2bth July, 1900. 

Albert, Eduard, of Vienna ; died 26ih September, 1900. 

Ball, Sir Charles Bext, M.D., M.Ch. ; llegius Professor of Surgery, University of 
Dublin. 2-1 Merrion-sqitare N., Dublin. 

Bassini, Edoardo, M.D. ; Professor of Clinical Surgery, Royal University of Padua. 
Clinica Cliirurgica, Padua. 

Bennett, Edward Hallaran, of Dublin ; died 21st June, 1907. 

Berg, Johx Wilhelm, M.D. ; Professor of Surgery, Koyal Caroline Institute of 
Medicine and Surgery, Stockholm. Stockholm. 

VON Bergmann, S. Exc. Professor Dr. Ernst, Geh. Med. Rath., of Berlin ; died 
2bth March, 1907. 

Bloch, Oscar Thorvald, M.D.; Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of 
Copenhagen. Kongl. Frederiks Hospital, Copenhagen. 

Cameron, Irving Heward, M.B. ; Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Uni- 
versity of Toronto. 307 Sherbourne-street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 

Cardexal Fernandez, Salvador, M.D. ; Vice-President of the Eoyal Academy 
of Medicine and Surgery of Barcelona. Pasaje de Mercader 7 y 9, 

D'Antona, Antonino, M.D. ; Professor of Surgery, Royal University of Xaples. 
Via Salvator Rosa 315, Naples. 

Durante, Francesco, M.D. ; Professor of Clinical Surgery, Royal University of Rome. 
Real Istituto Chirurgico, Rome. 

Halsted, William Stewart, M.D. ; Professor of Surgery, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity. 1201 Eutaw-place, Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A. 

NiNGSTON, Hon. Sir William Hales, M.D., LL.D., D.C.L., of Montreal; died 
19th February, 1907. 

Jameson, Surg eon- General James, C.B.,M.D., LL.D. : died 13th Sei:>tember, 1904. 

Keen, W^illiam Williams, M.D., LL.D. ; Professor of the Principles of Surgery and 
of Clinical Surgery, Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia. 1729 Chestnut- 
street, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A. 

KocHER, Theodor, M.D. ; Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of Bern. 
25 Villette, Bern. 

KoNiG, Franz, M.D., Geh. Med. Rath ; Professor of Surgery, University of Berlin. 
Brilcken Allee 3b\ Berlin, N.W^. 
1908. o 


KosiNSKY, Jflian, M.D. ; Professor of Clinical Surgery, Imperial University of 

Warsaw. 41 KroleivsJca, Warsaw. 
KiJsTEE, Eenst Georg Ferdixand, M.D., Geh. Med. Eath ; Professor of Surgery, 

University of Marburg. Marburg in Hessen^ Germany. 
Lambotte, Elie I). H., M.D. ; Surgeon of the Hospital " Bon Pasteur," Brussels. 

6 Rue des Palais, Brussels. 
Lannelongue, Obilon Maec, M.D. ; Professor of Surgical Pathology, Paculty of 

Medicine of Paris. 3 Hue Francois 7^**, Paris. 
Lejvnander, Karl Gustaf, of Upsala. Sweden : died Ibth March, 1908. 
Macewen, Sir William, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S. ; Regius Professor of Surgery, Uni- 
versity of Glasgow. 3 Woodside-crescent, Charing Cross, Glasgou'. 
MacLeod, Colonel Xenneth, M.D., LL.D., I. M.S. ; Professor of Clinical and 

Military Medicine, Koyal Army Medical CoUege, Netley. Duncaple, Westend, 

NicoLAYSEN, Julius, M.D. ; Professor of Surgery, Royal University of Christ iania. 

52 OsJcarsgade, Christiania. 
NoRBURY, Sir Henry Frederick, K.C.B., M.D., R.JST. 8 Creffield-road, Ealing. 
Ollier^ Leopold, of Lyons : died 25th November, 1900. 
Pachoutine, Victor, of St. Petersburg', died 2nd February, 1901. 
Pozzi, Samuel, M.D. ; Professor, Faculty of Medicine of Paris. Avenue d'Jena 47, 

Raye, Colonel Daniel Charles O'Connell, M.D,, I.M.S. E.I.U.S. Club, IG St. 

Janus' -square, S.W. 
Roddick, Thomas George, M.D., LL.D. ; Professor of Surgery, McGill Uni- 
versity, Montreal. 80 Union-avenue, Montreal, Canada. 
RuBio Y Gali, Federico, of Madrid: died ^Ist August, 1902. 
TiLLAUX, Paul, of Paris-, died 20th October, 1904. 
Warren, John Collins, M.D., LL.D. ; Professor of Surgery, Harvard University. 

58 Beacon-street, Boston, Mass., U.S.A. 
AVetr, Robert Fulton, M.D. ; Professor of Surgery, College of Physicians and 

Surgeons, Columbia University, New York. 37 West Thirty-third-street, 

New YorJc, U.S.A. 

Elected 11th October, 1900. 

MacCormick, Alexander, M.D. ; Lecturer on Surgery, University of Sydney, 
N.S.W. 125 Macquarie-street, Sydney, N.S. W. 

Elected 10th January, 1901. 
Field-Marshal Earl Roberts, K.G., K.P., V.C. 47 Portland Place, W. 

Elected dth April, 1906. 

Lucas-Championniere, Just, M.D. ; Consulting Surgeon, Hotel Dieu, Paris. 
3 Avenue Montaigne, Paris, 




* Fellow elected " ad eundera " 1 

t Fellows by Election 15 

^ Fellows elected as Members of 20 years' standing ... 26 
Fellows by Examination {tmmarked) 1,371 



Dec. 7. Steet, George Carrick. 


Aug. 7. Redfern, Peter. 
Dec. 11. May, George. 

Aug. 12.tCorbin, Mark Anthony Bazille. 
Dec. 9. Coe, Robert William. 

Lister, Joseph (Ld . Lister 1897). 


May 12. Barwell, Richard. 
Bryant, Thomas. 

May 11. Henry, Mitchell. 
Dec. 1. Power, Henry. 

"May 15. Moss, "Wm. Boyd. 
Dec. 11. Jones, Sydney. 

May, Edward Hooper. 

Mar. ll.tNourse, WiUiam Edward 

May 23. Nimn, Thomas William. 
Clapton, Edward. 
Teale, Thomas Pridgin. 
Dec. 17.tHaden, Erancis Seymour (Kt. 

June 10. Barrett, Caleb. 

Balding, Daniel Barley. 


June 10. Moon, Robert Henry. 

Smith, Thomas (Bart. 1897). 

May 12. Cronin, James Dennis. 

Smith, Samuel Montgomeiy 
Charles Alfred Anderson. 
Greenhow, Henry Martineau. 
Davis, Theodore. 
Duffin, Alfred Baynard. 
Nov. 24. Marriott, Charles Hayes (Kt. 

May lO.tWaggett, John. 
May 31. Shillitoe, Buxton. 

Cousins, John Ward. 
Dec. 6. Crosby, Thomas Boor (Kt. 
Bury, Geo. Wm. Eleetwood.' 
Clapton, William. 
Smith, Eustace. 

Jan. lO.tSmythe, Lewis. 
May 30. Jones, Philip Sydney (Kt.). 

Couper, John. 
Oct. lO.fHolmes, Charles. 
Dec. 19. Hamilton, Robert. 

Cooke, John. 

Feb. 13.tVeascy, Henry. 
June 13. Willett, Alfred. 
Nov. 13.tDavics, l)a\'id. 
Dec. 11. Hclsham, Hector. 





Dec. 11. Hutchinson, Jonathan. 
Brown, Robert Charles. 

June 12. Tuson, John Edward. 

Marsdiu, Frederick. 
Dec. 10. Greenhill, Joseph Eidge. 

June 9. Wheelhouse, Claudius Galen. 

Folker, "William Henry. 

Carter, Robert Brudenell. 

Willev, Henry. 
Nov. 25. Buszard, Frank. 

Maurice, James Blake. 
Dec. S.fSeccombe, Thomas. 

June 8. Vallance, Thomas James. 

Wilkinson, John Sebastian. 

Holland, Edmund. 

Langton, John, 

Stone, William Domett. 

Powell, William. 

Hooper, John Harward. 
Aug. lO.tMacLeod, Alexander Charles. 
Dec. 14. James, John. 

Moreton, James Earl. 

Bell, James Vincent. 

Smith, William Johnson. 

June 14. 

Jordan, Thomas Furneaux. 

Marsh, Frederick Howard. 
Little, Louis Stromeyer. 
Dec. 13. Lawrence, Henry John Hughes. 


Thomas Pickering. 

June 13. 

Bacot, Wm. George. 
Beatson, William Burns. 
Dick, Robert. 
Plaskitt, Joshua. 
Swain, William Paul. 
Venning, Edgcombe. 
Allfrey, Charles Henr-y. 
jS'orton, Arthur Trehern. 
Orton, George Hunt. 


Dec. 12. Cooper, Clarence. 
Cowell, George. 

June 11. Nicholls, James. 

Bensley, Ed^vin Clement. 

Grose, Samuel. 

Adams, Matthew Algernon. 

Haward, John Warrington. 

Pollock, Edward James. 

Wagstaffe, Wm. Warwick. 

Howse, Henry Greenway (Knt. 

Sykes, John. 
Dec. 10. Harding, Thomas Massey. 

Davy, Richard. 

Eastes, George. 

Arnott, Henry (Rev.). 

Wood, Miles Astraan. 

Humphreys, Fredk. Wm. 

June 10. Jones, George Thomas. 
Coates, Matthew. 
Winkfield, Alfred. 
Walker, George Edward. 
Woodcock, John Rostron. 
Tay, Waren. 
Bush, John Dearden. 
12. Rayner, Edwin. 
9. Keeling, James Hurd. 
Rand, John. 
Pilcher, Jesse Griggs. 
Steele, Charles. 
Mackenzie, George Wellan. 
Thomas, William. 
Pern, Alfred. 

June 9. Cookson, Henry. 

Mackenzie, John Thomas. 

Edye, Stonard. 

Rundle, Henry. 

Treves, William Knight. 

Dobson, Nelson Congreve. 
Dec. 8. Wrench, Edward Mason. 

Stanger, William. 





Dec. 8. Dalby,Wm.Bartlett(Kt.l88()). 
Nettleship, Edward. 

June 8. Welch, Francis Henry. 

liloxam, John Astley. 

Churchill, Frederick. 

Lucas, llichard Clement. 

Ashby, Alfred. 
Dec. 14. Butlin, Henry Trentham. 

Higgens, Charles. 

Page, Herbert William. 

June 13. Harvey, William. 

Elliott, Arthur liowes. 

Joubert de la Ferte, Charles 

Eailton, Thomas Carleton. 

Durham, Frederick. 

Cumberbatch, Alphonso Elkin. 
Dee. 12. Owen, Edmund JBlackett. 

Parker, llushton. 

Pritchard, Urban. 

Aldersmith, Herbert. 

Clarke, Thomas Kilner.. 

June 19. Lowne, Benjamin Thompson. 

Chaffers, Edward. 

Morris, Henry. 

McCarthj^ Jeremiah. 

Wiseman, John Greaves. 

Buckley, Samuel. 

Clark, Andrew. 

Jalland, Wm. Hamerton. 

Warner, Francis. 

Furner, Willoughby. 
Dec. 11. Penhall, John Thomas. 

Saunders, Henry William. 

Franklin, George Cooper. 

June 11. Adams, Josiah Oake. 

Cant, William Edmund. 
Rose, WiUiam. 
Yate, Edward. 

Goldiug-Bird, Cuthbert Hilton. 


Dec. 10. Jessctt, Frederic Bowreman. 
Hartridge, Gustavus. 
Stirling, Edw. Charles. 

June 10. Macnamara, Nottidge Charles. 

Green, Frederick King. 

Ley, Jolm William. 

Lowe, Walter George. 

Herman, George Ernest. 

Dorau, Alban Henry Griffith. 

Pye-Smith, Rutherfoord John. 

Chicken, Rupert Cecil. 

Eastes, 'J'homas. 

Cripps, William Harrison. 
Xov. ll.tBriscoc, John. 
Doc. 20. Law, AVilliam Thomas. 

Mackenzie, Lewis. 

Jacobson, Walter Hamilton 

Winterbottom, Augustus. 

Barrow, Albert Boyce. 

May ll.fReid, James. 
June 8. May, Bennett. 

Lediard, Henry Ambrose. 

Osborn, Samuel. 

Cottle, Ernest Wyndham. 

Tweedy, John (Knight 19uG). 

Morgan, John Hammond. 

Godlee, Rickman John. 

Webber, William Littleton. 

Ransford, Thomas Davis. 

Keetley, Charles Robert Bell. 

Glutton, Henry Hugh. 

Pepper, Augustus Joseph. 
Dec. 14. Jackson, George. 

Fisher, Frederick Richard. 

Odell, William. 

Verdon, Henry Walter. 

Whittle, Edward George. 

Tyson, William Joseph. 

Da vies, Francis Josejjh. 

June 14. Duncan, Andrew. 
Colgate, Henry. 





Harries, Thomas Davies. 

Bennett, William Henry 
(K.C.Y.O. 1901). 

Gonld, Alfred Pearce. 

Kendall, John. 

Edmunds, Walter. 

Hobson, Lewis Johns 

8outham, Prederick Armitage. 

HansohofF, Joseph. 

Alexander, William. 
Aug. 6. Pitts, Bernard. 
Dec. 13. Taylor, John William. 

Harsant, William Henry. 

Verco, Joseph Cook. 

Dent, Clinton Thomas. 

Cantlie, James. 

Mar. 14.tPreer, Walter Carless. 
June 13. Drake-Brockman, Edward 

Cross, Erancis Richardson. 

Paul, Erank Thomas. 

Eirth, Charles. 

Harrison, Charles Edward. 

Erost, William Adams. 

Boulter, Harold Baxter. 

Mercier, Charles Arthur. 

Roth, Bernard. 

Hames, George Henry. 

Manders, Horace. 

Edwards, Erederick Swinford. 

Wright, George Arthur. 

Yeo, Gerald Erancis. 
Dec. 12. Gumming, Hugh Gordon. 

Potter, Henry Percy. 

Treves, Erederick (Bart. 1902). 

Makins, George Henry. 

Moullin, Charles William 

Eve, Erederic Samuel. 

Brown, John. 

June 12. Julcr, Henry Edward. 

Wherry, George Edward.' 
Lang, William. 
Eootner, John Bulkley. 


June 21. Clarke, William Bruce. 

Andrews, William Stratford. 
Cheyne, William Watson 

(Bart. 1908). 
Cathcart, Charles Walker. 
July lO.fEdwards, William Thomas. 
Dec. 11. Andrew, George. 

Robson, Arthur Wm. Mayo. 

June 10. Saunders, Arthur Rich. 

Pickering, Charles Erederick. 

Giles, George Michael James. 

Hewlett, Edmund Henry. 

Battle, William Henry. 

Takaki, Kanehiro. 

Paddle, James Isaac. 
Oct. 21.*Barker, Arthur Edward James. 
Dec. 9. Lammiman, Cleland. 

Newby, Charles Henry. 

Black, James. 

Clippiugdale, Samuel Dodd. 

Dunn, Hugh Percy. 

Turner, George Robertson. 

Milles, Walter Jennings. 

Whitehead, Hayward Reader. 

Lloyd, George Jordan. 

MacDonnell, James O'MaUey. 

Young, Alfred Harry. 

June 9. Symonds, Charters James. 

Carter, Erederick Heales. 

Burton, Samuel Herbert. 

Turner, Edward Beadon. 

Williams, William Roger. 

Heath, William Lenton, 

Boyd, James Stanley Newton. 

Wadham, Erederick. 

Bowlby, Anthony Alfred. 

Pollard, Bilton. 

Reid, Robert William. 
Dec. 8. Haslam, AVilliam Erederic. 

Shattock, Samuel George. 

UhthofF, John Caldwell. 

Griffith, Walter Spencer 

Lockwood, Charles Barrett. 

Leahy, Albert William Denis. 





Dec. 8. Barling, Harry Gilbert. 
Gill, liichard. 

June 8. Collier, Mark PurccU Mayo. 

Taylor, James. 

Hopkins, John. 

Lane, William Arbuthnot. 

Jackson, Arthur. 

Poland, John. 

Davies, Morgan. 

Dale, Frederic. 

Ballance, Charles Alfred. 

Bond, Charles John. 
Aug. 3. Fen wick, Edwin Hurry. 
Dec. 14. Firth, llobert Hammill. . 

Gunn, llobert Marcus. 

Browse, Arthur Bancks. 

Smith, Thomas Frederick 

Dingley, Allen. 

Walters, Fredk. Rufenacht. 

Lane, James Ernes-t. 

Hardie, James. 

Mar. 8. Brown, John Macdonald. 
June 1-1. Fisher, Frederick Charles. 

Elam, William Henry. 

Duncan, William. 

Horsley, Victor Alexander 
Haden (Knt. 1902). 

Waine Wright, Benjamin. 
Dec. 13. Day, Donald Douglas. 

Marsh, Frank. 

Morrison, James Thomas 

Sheild, Arthur Marmaduke. 

riatt, Walter Brewster. 

Square, James Elliott. 

Bower, D'Arcy. 

Hand, llichard Frank. 

Feb. 14. Atkin, Charles. 
June 12. Collins, William Job (Kt. 
Thyue, Thomas. 


June 12.^Brigg8, Henry. 

Evans, William George. 

Bull, George Coulson Kobins. 

BuUar, John FoUett. 

Holthouse, Edwin Hermus. 

Keser, Jean Samuel. 

Jennings, Charles Egerton. 

Perks, llobert Howell. 

Stonham, Charles. 

Dunn, Louis Albert. 

Bland-Sutton, John. 

liogers, James Macdonald. 

Knaggs, Robert Lawlbrd. 

Fowler, Walter. 

White, Sinclair. 
tCoombe, Robert Gorton. 
Nov. 13. Hutchinson, Jonathan. 
Dec. 11. Bishop, Edward Stanmore. 

Anderson, Alexander Richard. 

Morse, Thomas Herbert. 

Jessop, Walter Hamilton 

Johnson, George Lindsay. 

WTiite, Edwin Francis. 

Tait, Henry Brewer. 

Cahill, John. 

Colville, Ernest George. 

Dendy, Walter Chester. 

Hewer, Joseph Langton. 

Watson, Archibald. 

Bull, WiUiam Charles. 

Howard, Robert Jared Jiliss. 

Wilson, James. 

Mar. 12. Berry, James. 
June 11. Barlow, John. 

Galpin, George Luck. 

Newland-Pedley, Frederick. 

Thring, Edward Thomas. 

Yoss, Francis Henry Vivian. 

Worthington, Sidney. 

Saneyoshi, Yasuzumi. 

Pigeon, Henry Walter. 

Wynter, Walter Essex. 

Paget, Stephen. 

Steedman, John Francis. 

Muspratt, Charles Drummond. 




Dec. 10. Faruell, Henry Dawson. 
"VVeekes, Francis Henry. 
James, James Thomas. 
Lawford, John Bowring. 
Batterham, John Williams. 
Pomfret, Henry Waytes. 
Hind, Alfred Ernest. 
Jones, Robert. 
Plowman, Sidney. 
Woolbert, Henry Robert. 
Syme, George Adlington. 
Garmany, Jasper Jewett. 

May 13. Wray, Charles. 

Paterson, "Wm. Bromfield. 

Littlewood, Harry, 
June 10. Trott, Dudley Cox. 

Sinclair, Thomas. 

Buckell, William Robert. 

Horrocks, William Henry. 

Thorburn, William. 

Blaxland, Walter. 

Bowes, William Henry. 

Heath, Charles Joseph. 

Pearson, Charles Yelverton. 
Dec. 9. Targett, James Henry. 

Roughton, Edmund Wilkinson, 

Sylvester, George Holden. 

Dodd, John Richard. 

Vinrace, Felix Coulson. 

Little, Ernest Muirhead. 

Openshaw, Thomas Horrocks. 

Hudson, Ernest. 

Harrison, Edward. 

French, Geo. William Henry. 

Campbell, Ernest Kenneth. 

Elliott, John. 

Tanner, Charles Edward, 

Page, Harry Marmaduke. 

Mar. 10. Barrett, James William. 
June 9. Braddon, William Leonard. 
James, David Henry. 
Richmond, Charles Ernest. 
Hare, Evan Herring. 
Hatch, William Keith. 
Hewklcy, Frank. 


June 9. Robinson, Henry Betham. 

Hadley, Wilfred James. 

Lawreiice, Laurie Asher. 

Hughes, Edgar Alfred. 

Tubby, Alfred Herbert. 

Carr, John Walter. 

Heatherley, Francis. 

Lund, Herbert. 

Spencer, Walter George. 
Dec. 8. Taylor, Henry Herbert. 

Waldy, John. 

Townesend, Stephen Chapman. 

Thomas, David. 

Murray, George Alfred Everett. 

Roberts, James Reid. 

Cropley, Henry. 

Smith, Frederick John. 

Shadbolt, Lionel Pierrepoint. 

Apr. 12. Carless, Albert. 

Newbolt, George Palmerston. 
^Marston, Jefiery Allen, C.B. 
June 14. Fox, Herbert. 

Lloyd, Perceval Allen. 

Adams, James. 

Morton, Andrew Stanford. 

Kempe, John Arthur. 

Mackern, John. 

Pearse, Thomas Frederick. 

Dodd, Henry Work. 

Morris, Charles Arthur. 

Hind, Wheeiton. 

Willett, Edgar William. 

Arnold, Ernest Charles. 

W^ells, George Lee. 

Brock, James Harry Ernest. 

Drew, Arthur John. 

Beddoes, Thomas Pi;gh. 

Hart-Smith, Franke Cham- 

Armstrong, Hugh. 

Whishaw, Reginald Robert. 

Walker, Henry Seeker. 

Jowers, Reginald Francis. 

Tonks, Henry. 

Totsuka Kankai. 

Solly, Ernest. 

Taylor, Arthur Sneyd. 




1 888. 
June 14. Taylor, Frederick Howard. 

Kattray, Patrick Whyte. 
July 12. Kidd, Hugh Cameron, 
Oct. 11. DeSanti,rhiliplloberLWiUiam. 
])ec. 13. Eowell, George. 

Adams, John. 

Douglas, Claude. 

Codd, Arthur Fredk. Gambell. 

Jirodie, Charles Gordon. 

8picer, Wm. Thomas Holmes. 

Kinsey-Taylor, Alfred Ernest. 

Johnson, Kaymond. 

llawes, William. 

Gooddy, Edward Samuel. 

Lucy, Keginald Horace. 

Coombe, liusselL 

Stabb, Ewen Carthew. 

Mar. 14. Burghard, Frederic Frangois 

Brook, William Henry Breffit. 
June 13. Blakeslcy, Henry John. 

llussell, Eobert Hamilton. 

Gunn, Donald Stilwell. 

Gray, John Power William. 

ISpoug, Charles Stuart. 

Leech, Priestley. 

Flemming, Percy. 

Edge, Frederick. 

Parsons, Frederick Gymer. 

Kedmayne, Thomas. 

Drew, Henry William. 

Thompson, James Edwin. 

Jones, Sydney Harold. 

Smith, Hugh. 

Brown, Herbert Henry 

Crook, Herbert Evelyn. 

Balgarnie, Wilfred. 

Brook, William Frederick. 

Davenport, Cecil John. 

Jones, Oswald Meredith. 

Gilford, Hastings. 

Wacher, Sidney. 

Street, Ashton. 
Oct. 17. Dean, Henry Percy. 

W^ard, Arthur Henry. 
Dec. 12. Perry, Francis Frederic. 

Morton, Charles Alexander. 


Dec. 12. Mortimer, John Desmond 
Swain, James. 

Crowle, Thos. Henry Kickard. 
]!k[urray, Robert William. 
McLachlan, Jolin. 
Larkin, Frederic Charles. 
Permewan, William. 
Pennell, George Herbert. 
Galloway, James. 
Ashworth, Percy. 

Feb. 13. Thomas, WiUiam Thelwall. 

Vernon, Arthur Heygate. 
Apr. lO.^Crowfoot, William Miller. 
June 12. Parkin, Alfred. 

Grant, James Dundas. 

Freeman, William Thomas. 

James, Herbert Ellison lihodes. 

Lukis, Charles Pardey. 

Andrews, Arch. George. 

Drew, Hedley Yicars. 

Wilson, Alexander. 

Bidley, George Walter. 

Lewis, Edward John. 

Napier, Francis Horatio. 

Lake, Richard. 

Francis, Alfred George 

Smith, John WiUiam. 

Crouch, Charles Percival. 

Lawrence, Thomas William 

Thompson, William Henry. 

Richardson, William George. 

Solly, Reginald Vaughan. 

Waterhouse, Herbert Furni- 

Trechmann, Maximilian Lin- 

Turney, Llorace George. 

Barnett, Louis Edward. 

Cuff, Herbert Edmund. 

Smith, Guy Bellingham. 
July 10. Parry, Albert Alexander. 
Oct. 9. BidweU, Leonard Arthur. 

Moynihan, Berkeley George 




Nov. 13. Rcnnie, George Campbell. 
Dec. 11. Coiimbe, John Batten. 

Collins, Edward Treacher. 

Caldwell, Eobert. 

Evans, Willmott Henderson. 

Blight, William Lyne. 

Williams, Campbell. 

Barendt, Frank Hugh. 

White, Frank Faulder. 

Staveley, Wilham Henry 

Clarke, James Jackson. 

Murray, John. 

Braine, Charles Carter. 

Cheatle, George Lenthal. 

Collier, Horace Stansfield. 

da Costa, Francis Xavier. 

Mothersole, Kobert Devereux. 

Colby, James Geo. Ernest. 

Parkinson, John Porter. 

Beale, Peyton Todd Bowman 

Barratt, John Oglethorpe 

Morison, James Rutherford. 

Feb. 12, Deanesly, Edward. 
Mar. 12. Caddy, Arnold. 
Apr. 9. White, GilbertBenjaminMower. 
^Turner, Thomas. 
^Keegan, Denis Francis. 
May 4. Thompson, Walter. 
June 11. Pronger, Charles Ernest. 

Morley, Edward John. 

Nance, Henry Chester. 

Turton, James. 

Wallis, Frederick Charles 

Rayner, Herbert Edward. 

Herbert, Herbert. 

Stocks, William Percy. 

Heaton, George. 

Lucas, Albert. 

Teichelman, Ebenezer. 

Roberts, John Lloyd. 

Housman, Basil Williams. 

Campbell, John. 

^facgregor, Joseph Johnston. 

Cobbett, Louis. 

Blacker, George Francis. 


June 11. Johnstone, James. 

Kellock, Thomas Herbert. 

Ross, Daniel McClure. 

Dyall, Thomas James. 
July 30. Forward, Francis Edward. 
Oct. 15. Caiger, Herbert. 

Waring, Holburt Jacob. 
Dec. 10. WooUett, Charles Jerome. 

Voisey, Clement Bernard. 

Jones, David Llewellyn. 

Nairn, Robert. 

Nash, Walter GifFord. 

Yickery, William Henry. 

Duer, Charles. 

Falkner, Edgar Ashley. 

Piatt, John Edward. 

Cook, Herbert George Graham. 

Fowler, Charles Edward Percy. 

Bickersteth, Robert Alexander. 

Jordan, John Furneaux. 

Langlands, Francis Henry. 

Martin, Christopher. 

Rouillard, Laurent Antoine 

Bird, Robert. 

Jan. 14. Wilkinson, Edmund. 

Masterman, Ernest W^illiam 
Apr. 7. Baton, Edward Percy. 

iJThomas, Jabez. 
June 9. Abbott, Francis Charles. 

Pickard, Ransom. 

Hartley, John. 

Anderson, George Reinhardt. 

Pringle, James Hogarth. 

White, Edgar Ramsay. 

Cheatle, Arthur Henry. 

Roberts, Charles Hubert. 

Elliot, Robert Henry. 

Stevens, Cecil Robert. 

Cargill, Lionel Vernon. 

Fawcett, John. 

Sandifer, Henry Stephen. 

Griffiths, Joseph. 

Rawlinson, Frederick Julaud. 

Shearer, ])onald Francis. 

Ashe, Evelyn Oliver. 




June i). Laws, William Georj2;c. 

Welsford, Arthur Gerald. 
July 14. Lea, Arnold William War- 
Aug. 1. Drew, Douglas. 
Oct. V6. Ecclcs, William McAdam. 

Pennell, Theodore Leighton. 

Hamilton, Edward Thomas 
Dec. 8. Doyne, Robert Walter. 

llobinson, William. 

Childe, Charles Phimley. 

Thomas, John Lynn. 

Edridge-Green, Frederic 

Olive, Eustace John Parke. 

Foster, William James. 

Grey, Thomas Campbell. 

Hallidie, Andrew Hallidie 

Hopkins, George Herbert. 

Thomas, John Llewellyu. 

Preston, Charles Henry. 

Mole, Harold Frederic. 

Marshall, Charles Devereux. 

Feb. 10. Bailey, Robert Cozens. 
Rogers, Leonard. 
Maidlow, William Harvey. 
Apr. 13.%' Turner, Sir William. 

^Plowright, Charles Bagge. 
May 11. Gibbs, Charles. 
June 8. Roughton, Walter. 

Smith, Ferdinand Clarence. 
Whitelocke, Richard Heury 

Walker, Cyril Hutchinson. 
Powell, William Wyudham. 
Firth, John Lacy. 
Fripp, Alfred Downing (Ivnt. 

Baker, Charles Ernest. 
Griffiths, Cornelius Albert. 
Marshall, Charles Frederic. 
Musgrove, James. 
Sequeira, James Harry. 
Lack, Harry Lambert. 
Box, Charles Richard. 


June 8. Johnson, Frederick. 

Lawson, Arnold. 

Banks, Alfred. 

Michels, Ernst. 

Fisher, John Herbert. 

Montgomery, William Percy. 

Wallace, Cuthbert Sidney. 

Burden, Henry. 

Hepburn, Malcolm Langton. 
July 7. Gamgee, Leonard Parker. 
Oct. 12. Jones, Martin Llewellyn. 

Taylor, Tom Robinson. 
Dec. 14. Thomson, St. Clair. 

Wilson, Thomas. 

Kelson, William Henry. 

Pollard, Charles. 

Roxburgh, Alexander Bruce. 

Spurrell, Charles. 

Yearsley, Percival Macleod. 

lonides, Theodore Henry. 

Jones, David John. 

Leedham-Green, Charles 

Low, Yincent Warren. 

Salter, Charles Edward, 

Rochfort-Brown, Herbert. 

Feb. 8. Miles, William Ernest. 

Clegg, John Gray. 
Mar. 8. Rake, Alfred Theodore. 

Turner, Joseph George. 
Apr. 12. Blackwell, Arthur Seal. 

^Puzey, Chauncy. 
May 10. Sheen, Alfred William. 
June 14. Hamerton, George Albert. 

Clarke, Ernest. 

Cadman, Arthur Wellesley. 

Howse, Percy William Mac- 
do wall. 

Green, Charles David. 

Westmacott, Frederic Hibbert. 

Littler, Robert Meredith. 

Mahood, Allan Edward. 

Hall, John Moore. 

Hogarth, Robert George. 

Ousten, Thomas George. 

Purvis, William Prior. 

Rutter, Hubert Llewellyn. 




Juue 14. Adams, Edward Weaver. 

Armstead, Hugh Wells. 

Rutter, Francis Burchett. 

Sichel, Gerald Theodore Sil- 

Henry, Edwin. 

Jones,George David Edwardes. 

Lister, Thomas David. 

Christie, William Ledingham. 

Belben, Erauk. 

J3oyd, Thomas Hugh. 

Buchanan, James Spittal. 

Wilkinson, George. 

Grimsdale, Harold Earr. 

Keith, Arthur. 

Leathes, John Beresford. 

lligby, George Owen. 

Barrington, Eournes. 
July 30. Daldy, Arthur Mantell. 

Scotson, Erederick Charles. 

Durham, Herbert Edward. 
Oct. 11. Griffin, WiUiam Watson. 
Dec. 13. Hall, Geoffry Craythorne 

Williams, David James. 

Counsell, Herbert Edward. 

Evans, Evan. 

Hughes, Samuel Henry. 

Earmer, Gabriel Wm. Stahel. 

Mills, Yarnold Hubert. 

Browulow, Harry Lurgan. 

Newby, Gervase Edward. 

Carwardine, Thomas. 

Selby, Edmond Wallace. 

Cresswell, Frank Pearson 

Pantin, Charles Sat ch ell. 

Luce, Richard Harman. 

Baldwin, Gerald Robert. 

Godfrey, Horace Percy. 

Douglas-Crawford, Douglas. 

Barrett, John Edward. 

Jan. 10. Beddoe, David Morgan. 
April 4. Chalmers, Albert John. 

Smith, John Stanley Kellett. 
June 13. Green, Chas. Robert Mortimer. 
Bennett, William Edward. 


June 13. Stevens, Thomas George. 

Levick, Harry Driffield. 

Ingall, Frank Ernest. 

MacLeod, Charles Edward 

Warner, Thomas. 

Spencer, Charles George. 

Furnivall, Percy. 

Marson, Francis Herbert. 

Webb, James Ramsay. 

Wightman, Cecil Frank. 

Harris, William James. 

Sloane, John Stretton. 

Walton, Herbert James. 

Cooper, Percy Robert, 

Cuff, Archibald William. 

Shillitoe, Arthur. 

Gordon, John. 

Lister, William Tindall. 

Lockett, George Vernon. 

Michell, Robert Williams. 
Oct. 10. Wilson, Norman Octavius. 
Nov. 14. Senior, Harold Dickinson. 
Dec, 12. Foulerton, Alexander Grant 

Tanner, Herbert. 

Pisani, Lionel John. 

Ridley, Nicholas Charles. 

Lace, Frederick. 

Leaf, Cecil Huntington. 

Curtis, Henry Jones. 

Addison, Christopher. 

Ballance, Hamilton Ashle}'-. 

Hainworth, Edward Marrack. 

Randall, Martin. 

SutclifFe, William Greenwood. 

Barnard, Harold Leslie. 

Smith ,ThomasRudolfHampden 

Turner, William. 

El worthy, Henry Stuart. 

Arnold, Gilbert James. 

Colby, Francis Edward Albert. 

Brown, Ralph Chaprles. 

Brodie, William Haig. 

Jan. 9. Haines, John William. 
Mar. 12. Edgecombe, Wilfrid. 




June 11. Tomlinson, William Henry. 
Macuab, Allan James. 
Wood, John Forrester. 
Waddelow, John Joseph. 
Paling, Albert. 
Ilayner, David Charles. 
Smith, William Robert. 
Coaker, Francis Wm. John. 
Baldwin, Aslett. 
Scrase, Frank Edward. 
Sharp, Arthur John. 
Campbell, llobert. 
Maingay, Henry Bertram. 
Taylor, Edwin Claude. 
Adams, Evelyn Geo. Beadon. 
Dick, John Lawson. 
Parry, Leonard Arthur. 
White, Charles Powell. 
Lockyer, Cuthbert Henry 

Ray, John Howson. 

Stone, William Gream. 
Bryant, Charles Hilary. 

Moffat, Henry Alford. 
O'Hea, James Patrick. 
Cavanagh-Mainwaring, Went- 

worth Rowland. 
Woods, William James. 

Hamilton, George Gibson. 

Mahon, Ralph Bodkin. 
July 9. Templeton, George. 

Richardson, Sidney William 
Dec. 10. Quicke, W^illiam Henry. 

Harris, Herbert Elwin. 

James, George Thomas. 

Jaffrey, Francis. 

Nail, John Frederick. 

Riley, Frederick RadclifFe. 

Elsworth, Richard Cogswell. 

Gladstone, Reginald John. 

Howat, Robert King. 

Davies, Hugh. 

Hall, Charles Beauchamp. 

Scott, James Andrew Neptune. 

Pendred, Yaughan. 

Ryall, Charles. 

Grace, John Johnston. 

Pinch, Albert Edwin Hay ward. 


Dec. 10. Fraser, Forbes. 

Hewer, Cecil Mackenzie. 
Evcry-Clayton, Leopold Ernest 

Giles, Leonard Thomason. 
Willis, William Morley. 
Shaw, Harold Batty. 
Savage, Ernest Smallwood. 
Bruce, Herbert Alexander. 
Melsome, William Stanley. 

Mar. 11. Linnington, William Webb. 

Sprawson, Frederick Charles. 
April 8. Cowen, George Hebb. 

^Meredith, William Appleton. 
June 10. Howse, Neville Reginald. 
Luard, Hugh Bixby. 
Kelly, Charles Ernest Mac- 
Watkins-Pitchford, Wilfred. 
Stack, Edward Hugh Edwards. 
Paterson, Herbert John. 
Hulke, Sydney Backhouse. 
Wace, Cyril. 

Crowley, John Henry Joseph. 
Duffett, Henry AUcroft. 
Fox, George Raymond. 
Lee, William Edward. 
Drake, Courtenay Henry. 
Gullan, Archibald Gordon. 
Handley, William Sampson. 
Thomas, Thomas Morrell. 
Clark, William Gladstone. 
Legg, Thomas Percy. 
Cook, John Howard. 
Going, Robert Marshal. 
Dec. 9. Freeland, Ernest Harding. 
Blair, Charles Samuel. 
Barnett, John Edward Sewell. 
Cholmeley, William Frederick. 
Morland,Chas. Henry Duncan. 
Martin, Albert Edward. 
Bowring, Walter Andrew. 
Strange, Arthur. 
Hayes, George Constable. 
Manning, Guy Eugene. 
Phillips, Llewellyn Caractacus 



chuonological register or fellows. 

Dec. 9. Dickinson, Harold Bertie. 

ISIiskin, Leonard John. 

Pearson, Maurice Grey. 

Ashdowne, Wallace Charles 

Evans, Arthur Henry. 

Dyball, Brennan. 

Maxwell, John Preston. 

Smith, James. 

Christopherson, John Brian. 

Pendlebury, Herbert String- 

Jan. 12. Steward, Francis James. 
Mar. 10. Madden, Frank Cole. 
Apr, 14. Thurston, Edward Owen. 

Fagge, Charles Herbert. 
^[Spanton, William Dunnett. 
^ Tomes, Charles Sissmore. 
June 9. Koll, Graham Win field. 

Wright, Dudley D'Auvergne. 

Tilley, Herbert. 

Frazer, John Ernest Sullivan. 

Clarkson, George Aylwin. 

Cochrane, Archer Wm. iloss. 

Collard, Frederick Stuartson. 

Prain, John Leay. 

Toye, Edwin Josiah. 

Cooke, Arthur. 

Tod, Hunter Finlay. 

Benson, John Eobinson. 

Briggs, John Arthur Oswald. 

Leicester, John Cyril Holdick. 

Price, Henry James. 

Godson, Alfred Henry. 

Masina, Hormasji Manekji. 
Oct. 13. Nuthall, Alex. Wathen. 

Russell, John Dill. 
Dec. 8. Worth, Claud Alley. 

Ince, Arthur Godfrey. 

Sowry, George Herbert. 

Harman, Nathaniel Bishop. 

Bell, Hugh Thomas Symos. 

Ormond, Arthur William. 

Sikes, Alfred Walter. 

Hancock, William Ilbert. 

Stuart-Low, William. 

Bonnin, James Atkinson. 


Feb. 9. Heath, Arthur. 

Burgess, Arthur Henry. 
Apr. 13.^Chavasse, Thomas Frederick 
(Knight 1905). 
^Dennis, Frederic Shepard. 
June 8. Robinson, Frederick William. 
Ogilvie, Fergus Monteith. 
Gaskell, Arthur. 
Wood, William Charrington. 
Cookson, Frederick Nesfield. 
Scharlieb, Herbert Johann. 
Copley, Stanley. 
Carter, Felix Bolton. 
Riley, Francis. 
Sanders, Alfred William. 
Douglas, Archibald Robert 

Crabtree, Angelo Matteo 
Hewetson, John Thomas. 
Tucker, Alexander Benjamin. 
Fox, Edward Joseph. 
Watson, George Trustram. 
Evans, John Jameson. 
Newland, Henry Simpson. 
Dee, Maurice Vincent. 
Battersby, James. 
Daniel, Peter Lewis. 
Williams, Henry Thomas 

Rodocanachi, Ambrose John. 
July 27. Modi, Shapurji Hormasji. 
Nov. 2. Roberts, Charles. 
Dec. 14. Playfair, Hugh James Moore. 
Carson, Herbert William. 
Evans, Evan Laming. 
Lelean, Percy Samuel. 
Howell, John. 
Bonney, William Francis 

Bucknall, Thomas Rupert 

Trotter, Wilfred Batten Lewis. 
Keyser, Charles Ralph. 
Stawell, Rodolph de Salis. 
Walker, John William 

Cudmore, Arthur Murray. 
Mundy, Herbert. 
Ralston, Robert Gow. 




Dec. 14. Mannington, Frank. 

Skevington, Joseph Oliver. 
Corner, Edred Moss. 
Hartigan, Thomas Joseph 

Adam, John Law. 
MacCallan, Arthur Ferguson. 
Smith, Gilbert. 

Apr. S.tHooper, William Roc (K.C.S.I. 
^Page, Frederic. 
May 10. Smith, Edward Archibald. 

Hiue, Hugh FitzXeville. 
May 31. Mulroney, Thomas llichard. 

Milward, Frederic Victor. 

Rigby, Hugh Mallinson. 

Fairbairn, John Shields. 

Rawling, Louis Bathe. 

Lynch, Stephen Frederick. 

Dyson, Malcolm Goodworth, 

Armour, Donald John. 

Harmer, William Douglas. 

Hislop, Walter John Henry. 

Clogg, Herbert Sherwcll. 

McGavin, Lawrie Hugh. 

Jones, Arthur Webb. 

Middlebro, Thomas Holmes. 

Mummery, John Percy Lock- 
Dec, 13. Maynard, Frederic Pinsent. 

Carpenter, Edgar Godfrey. 

Parsons, John Herbert. 

Brewerton, Elmore Wright. 

Wilson, Alexander Gordon. 

Hewer, Edward Septimus 

Hunter, Irwin Walter William. 

Sargent, Percy William George. 

Mayo, Thomas Alfred. 

Sherren, James. 

Johnstone, Robert James. 

Apr. ll.^Smith, Joseph Priestley. 

^Ross, Ronald. 
June 20. Byles, John Benzeville. 
Murphy, James Keogh. 


June 20. Newton, Robert Earle. 

Banting, Cecil. 

Vellacott, Philij) XorUicott. 

Gibson, William Ro})ert. 

Rowlands, Robert Pugh. 

Batchelor, Ferdinand Stanley. 

Dent, Howard Henry 

Dobson, Joseph Faulkner. 

Tyrrell, Francis Astley 

Greg, Arthur Hyde. 

Gask, George Ernest. 

Fnwin, William Howard. 

Bar well, Harold Shuttleworth. 

Pryce, Harold Vaughan. 

Burrows, Harold. 

Simpson, Graham Scales. 

Tymms, Herbert George. 

Lowman, William Henville. 

Aitken, Robert Young 

Cunning, Joseph. 

McMuJlen, William Halli- 
Dec. 12. Steward, Edward Simmons. 

Wills, Bertram Shera. 

Mayou, Marmaduke Stephen. 

Turner, Philip. 

Evans, John Howell. 

Fairbank, Harold Arthur 

Acland, Hugh Thomas Dyke. 

Trotter, Edward. 

Wilson, Alexander Garrick. 

Nichols, William Robson. 

Wright, William. 

Billington, William, 

McLachlan, Arthur Ronald. 

Wilkin, Lancelot. 

McCann, Frederick John. 

Edwards, Thomas Henry. 

Paul, Samuel Chelliah. 

Secretan, Walter Bernard. 

Edmunds, Arthur. 

Greene, William Henry 

Savage, Thomas Copeland. 

Thompson, George William. 

Tweedie, Alexander Robert. 





Dec. 12. Brace, Harold AVilsou. 

Harbison, David Thomas. 
Sawrey, Ernest Edward 

Jan. 16. Nutt, Harold Rother3^ 
Apr. 10.^ Power, William Henry. 
June 12. Lewis, Herbert Wolseley. 

Jones, Edmund Benjamin. 

Pettey, Tom. 

Pardee, John George. 

Dun, Eobert Craig. 

Wareham, Sidney James. 

Marriage, Herbert James. 

Mackie, Frederic Percival. 

Greaves, Francis Ley Augustus. 

Jones, Thomas Caldwell Litler. 

Barnes, Frank. 

Watson, Charles Gordon. 

Henderson, John Hunter. 

Ewart, Robert John. 

Nitch, Cyril Alfred Rankin. 

Soltau, Alfred Bertram. 

Ward-Smith, Ward. 

Newman, John Campin. 

West, Charles Ernest. 

Compton, Alwyne Theodore. 

Curtis, Frederick. 

Lett, Hugh. 

Robinson, James Frederick. 

Griffiths, William Layard. 

O'Meara, Eugene John. 

Paton, Leslie Johnston. 

Henderson, Edward Erskine. 

Richards, William Hunter. 
July 10. Hartley, John Dawson. 
Oct. 16. Lister, Alfred Ernest John. 
Nov. 13. Connor, Frank Powell. 
Dec. 11. Pilgrim, Herbert Wilson. 

Angus, Henry Bruntou. 

Wood, Cyril George Russ. 

Greenyer, Yivian Tudor. 

Hicks, Henry Thomas. 

McClure, James. 

Craig, James Andrew. 

Smith, Sidney Maynard. 

Morley, Arthur Solomon. 

Scott, Sydney Richard. 

Warren, Richard. 


Dec. 11. Longridge, Charles John 

Broomhall, Benjamin Charles. 

Jones, Lawrence. 

Ridge, Edwyn Manners. 

Wessels, Francis Henry. 

Cross, Francois George. 

Thompson, Arthur Ralph. 

Ticehurst, Norman Frederic. 

Shuttleworth, Charles Buck- 

Jenkins, George John. 

Parker, Arthur Percy. 

Swan, Russell Henry Jocelyn. 

Mar. 12. Greenfield, Dudley George. 
Apr. 2.^Lovell, Sir Francis Henry 

June 11. Lyle, Herbert Willoughby. 

Peters, Edwin Arthur. 

Mumford, Wilfred George. 

Fremantle, Francis Edward. 

Jenkins, Herbert Stanley. 

Roberts, George Augustus. 

Martin-Leake, Arthur, V.C. 

Moorshead, Robert Fletcher. 

Nicol, Burton Alexander. 

Lilley, Ernest Lewis. 

Wirgman, Charles Wynn. 

CoUinson, Harold. 

Cruise, Richard Robert. 

Gough, William. 

Camps, Percy William Leopold. 

Dickie, William Stewart. 

Hunt, Edmund Henderson. 

Jaques, Robert. 

Telford, Evelyn Davison. 

Maclaren, Norman. 

Atkins, John. 

Fairlie-Clarke, Allan Johnston. 

Jones, Bertrand Seymour. 

Pitts, Arthur Gentry. 

Stusser, Israel. 

Odgers, Paul Norman Blake. 

JMarlow, Frederick William. 

Formby, Henry Harper. 

Howard, Russell John. 
Aug. 4. Bowen, William Henry, 
Oct. IT). English, Thomas Crisp. 




Dec. 10. M3]er, John William. 

Molcsworth, Theodore Hen- 
Taylor, Frank Edward, 
Kose, Frank Atchcrle)'. 
Slater, Benjamin Holroyd. 
Tnrrier, George Grey. 
Brawn, Harry Ellis. 
Maxwell, William Henry. 
Jennings, John Frederick. 
Marshall, James Cole. 
Phillips, Miles Harris. 
])oble, Henry Tregellas. 
Koss, Frederick William 

Coats, George. 

Horsford. Cyril ArthurBennett. 
AVilson, William Carlyle, 
Wylie, David Storer. 

Jan. 14. Fedden, Walter Fedde. 

Caddy, Adrian. 
Apr. 14. Whitaker, Hoy Henry llollin- 
1[A¥ard, Edward. 
June 9. Watson, John Harry. 

Heath, Philip Maynard. 

llidout, Charles Archibald 

Coates, John. 

Jones, William Warner. 

Addison, Oswald Lacy. 

Fisher, Edward Fow. 

Parkin, Alfred. 

Scott, Wallace Arthur. 

Wenham, Herbert Victor. 

Thompson, Harold Theodore. 

Beckett-Overy, Harry. 

lloberts, James Alexander. 

Hartley, Harold. 
Oct. 13. Nesfield, Vincent Blumhardt. 

Robertson, Carrick Hey. 
Nov. 10. Greenwood, Charles Henry. 
Dec. 8. Hayward, John Arthur. 

Marriott, Cecil Edward. 

Hasslacher, Francis Joseph. 

Clay, John. 

Pollard, Herbert Dean. 



Dec. 8. McGavin, Donald Johnstone. 
Walters, Charles Ferrier. 
Elmslie, Beginald (Jhcyne. 
AVaugh, George Ernest. 
Coke, WilliamFraricis Harriott 
Carling, Ernest Jiock. 
Hastings, Somervillc. 
Davies-Colley, Hugh. 
Upcott, Harold. 
Adams, Joseph Ebenezer. 
Lyth, Harold Ashton. 
Bees, William Arthur. 
Brailey, Arthur Bobertson. 
Carpmael, Norman. 
Harnett, W^alter Lid well. 
Moon, Archibald Trevor. 
Black, Kenneth. 
Faulder, Thomas JeffersoTi. 
Goulden, Charles Bernard. 
Spriggs, Neville Ivens. 
Parker, Frederick Henry. 
Ferguson, Robert James. 
McNab, Angus. 
Tawse, Herbert Bell. 

Jan. 12. AVaterfield, Noel Everard. 

Burgess, John Hay. 
Mar. 9. Rowntree, Cecil William. 
^ June 1. Spreat, Frank Arthur. 

Norman, Frederick. 

Selby, William, D.S.O. 

Foulkes, Thomas Howard. 

Swainsou, James Middleton 

Perrin, Thomas. 

Taunton, Edgar. 

Thomson, Charles Bertram. 

Walker, Robert Alexander. 

Killick, Charles. 

Graham, Cecil Irving. 

Lakin, Charles Ernest. 

Dolbey, Robert Valcnliije. 

Smith, George Frederick Dar- 

Rictiards, Owen William. 

Pierpoint, Harry. 

Ward, Bernard Joseph. 

Williams. Mojes Thomas. 




June 1. James, William Warwick. 

Atkey, Oliver Francis Haynes. 

Goldie, W^alter Leigh Mac- 

Guthrie, Thomas. 

Hamilton, Arthur Franois. 

Mylvaganam, Henry Bailey. 

Kidd, Francis Seymour. 

Noon, Leonard. 

Cooke, James Douglas. 

Hudson, Arthur CyriL 

Daniels, Frederic William. 

Bates, Tom. 

Henderson, Thomas Bonhote. 

Allen, Sydney Chalmers. 

Dundon, John. 

Ellis, Frederick William. 

Pilcher,Edgar Montagu , D.S.O. 
Nov. 9. Barling, Seymour Gilbert. 
Dec. 14. Howse, Cyril Beresford. 

Home, Alfred Lucette. 

Groves, Ernest William Hey. 

Hadley, Frederick Augustus. 

Cunningham, John Francis. 

Wrigley, Philip lioscoe. 

Walker, Harold. 

Bay ley, Eric. 

Boyd, Sidney Arthur. 

Fitzmaurice-Kelly, Maurice 
Anthony Miller. 

Hughes, Gerald Stephen. 

Balme, Harold. 

Burfield, Joseph. 

Holland, Eardley Lancelot. 

Pye-Smith, Charles Derwent. 

W^ilson, Harold William. 

Adams, Philip Edward Homer. 

Talbot, Leonard Smith. 

Choyce, Charles Coley. 

Kelly, Itobert Ernest. 
Patterson, Norman. 
Stephenson, John. 
Wright, Garnett. 

Apr. 5.^Branfoot, Arthur Mudge. 
H Ellis. Herbert Mackay 
(K.C.B. 1907). 
June 14. Hugo, Edward Victor. 


June 14, Mortimer. William Graddon. 

Noall, William Paynter. 

Stewart, George Irvine 

Hayden, Arthur Falconer. 

liidewood, Harold Edward. 

Ward, Ernest. 

W^ebber, Alexander Moxon. 

Cole, Perciral Pasley. 

Footner, George Kammell. 

Mollison, William Mayhew. 

Mailoch, William John Ogilvie. 

Coupland, James Alane. 

Bennett, Vivian Boase. 

Farquhar, George Greig. 

Fitzwilliams, Duncan Camp- 
bell Lloyd. 
Oct. 11. Coutts, David Fitzpatrick. 

James, Robert K-utson. 
Dec. 13. Douty, Edward Henry. 

Kichards, William Jones. 

Davies, Hugh Morriston. 

de Silva, Arthur Marcellus. 

Johnson, Alfred Edward. 

Williams, Gwynne Evan Owen. 

Taylor, William Gordon. 

Riviere, Bernard Beryl. 

Gilbert. Henry. 

Gibb, Harold Pace. 

Moore, Robert Foster. 

Hughes, Ernest Cranmer. 

Maut, Harold Turley. 

Milne, Robert. 

Moore, Walter William. 

Greeves, Reginald Affleck. 

Steele, Percy Kingsley. 

Mar. 14. Robinson, Gerald Charles 
Norbury, Lionel Edward Close. 
Apr. IS.IfHill, Alex. 

^Thomson, Arthur. 
June 13. Turner, Reginald George. 

Denyer, Stanley Edward, 

Paramore, Richard Horace. 
Arkle, James Yere. 
Hep worth, Frank Arthur. 




June 13. Cripps, William Lawrence. 

(joyder, Francis W illou<ih))y. 

Cumberlidge, William Isaac. 

Jeans, Frank AlcxfinderGallon. 

Eali, William Girlio-. 

Perkins, Herbert Wilberforce. 

Walton, Albert James. 

Back, Ivor Gordon. 

Mead, John Clarke. 

Faulkner, Ebenezer lloss. 

Giuseppi, Panl Leon. 

Birks, Melville. 

Forbes, Robert Dow. 

McKenty, Francis Edmnnd. 

JJarry, David Thomas. 

Etherington-Smith, llaymond 

Goodwin, Arthur Charles. 

Harcourt, Kichard Eugene. 

Joly, John Swift. 

]\[ackenzie, Francis Scobie. 

Eayner, Henry Herbert. 
Nov. 14. Bott, Robert Henry. 
Dec. 12. AinsTvorth, Hugh. 

Maynard, Edwin. 

Maxwell, Richard Drummond. 

Stock, AVilliam Stiiait Vernon. 

Fisher, Welby Earle. 

Couzens, Alfred John. 

Bain, Edward Walter. 

French, John Gay. 

Culpin, Millais. 

Appleyard, William. 

Hayman, Samuel Clifford. 

Chitty, Hubert. 

Hardwick-Smith, Henry. 

Brierley, Wilfrid Edward. 

Clarke, Colin. 

Gray, Harry Tyrrell. 

McPhersou, Thomas. 


Dec. 12. Talbot, Philip. 

Jamison, Reginald. 

liraitliwaite, Leonard Ralph. 

Duncan, Kcnnetli McKenzie. 

Falconer, James Law. 

(yillespic;, Edward. 

Ligat, Uavid. 

Shornev, Herbert Frank. 

Apr. 9. Dawson, Joseph Bernard. 
^Walker, Thomas James. 
^Keatinge, Henry Pottinger. 
June 18. Urwin, John Johnson. 

Grray, Archibald Montague 

Hett, Geoffn^y Seccombe. 
Moore, Clifford Arthur. 
Rischbieth, Harold. 
Irving, Hamilton. 
Gibb, James Glenny. 
Hine. Montague Leonard. 
Page, Charles Max. 
Davies-Colley, Robert. 
Roy, Donald^ Whatley. 
Daw, Samuel Wilfrid. 
Kinder, Alexander. 
I'nwin, Harold Arthur Robert 

Frankau, Claud Howard 

Wilson, George Ewart. 
Simpson, George Charles 

Holtzmann, Wilfred Watkin- 

Short, Arthur Rendle. 
July 9. Smith, Charles Harold. 

30. Mills, George Perci\ al. 





*Fellow elected " ad eundem" 

tFellows by Election 

^Fellows elected as Members of 20 years' standing 
Fellows by Examination ( mima rked) 




Total 1,413 

Kame and Residence. 
Abbott, Francis Charles, ''Hermitage:' White Hill, Bletchingley 
Acland, Hugh Thomas -Dyke, North Belt, Christchurch, N.Z. . . 

Adam, John Law, Blackwater, Hants 

Adams, Edmund Weaver, Church-street, Slough 

Adams, Evelyn George Beadon, The Grange, Martock 

Adams, James, 4 Chisioick-place, Eastbourne 

Adams, John, 180 Aldersgate-street, E.C 

Adams, Joseph Ebenezer, St. Thomas^ Hospital, S.E 

Adams, Josiah Oake, 63 Kenninghall-road, Clapton, N.E 

Adams, :Matthew Algernon, The Kulm, Bearstead, Maidstone . . 

Adams, Philip Edward Homer, 53 Broad-street, Oxford 

Addison, Christopher, Pretty Corner, Northivood, Middlesex . . 

Addison, Oswald Lacy, 55 a Welbeck-street, W 

Ainsworth Hugh, Capt. I.M.S., c/o Cook Sf Soti, Bombay 

Aitken, Robert Young, 53 Freston-new-road, Blackburn ...... 

Aldersmith, Herbert, Christ's Hospital, West Horsham, Sussex . 

Alexander, William, 31 Rodney-street, Liverpool 

Allen, Sydney C, c/o Agent-Gen. for N.Z., 13 Victoria-st.,S.W . 
Allfrev, C. H., Bias Neicydd, Princes-road, St. Leonards- on- Sea 
Anderson, Alexander Richard, 5 pMst Circus- street^ Nottingham 

Ander-son, George Reinhardt, 36 Hoghton-streety Southport 

Andrew, George, 5 Montpelier-crescent, Brighton 

Andrews, Archibald George, 289 Moss-lane East, Manchester . . 
Andrews, W. S., St. Marifs-lawn, LecWhampton-rd., Cheltenham 
Angus, Henry V>.,Curltijn House, J esmond-rd., Newcastle- on- Tyne. 
Appleyard, William, 3 Clifton-villas, Bradford, Yorkshire . . . . 

Arkle, James Vere 

Armour, Donald John, 89 Harley-street, W 

Armstead, Hugh Wells, 30 Queensborovgh-terrace, W 

Armstrong, Hugh, 139 Macquarie-street, Hobart, Tasmania . . 
Arnold, Ernest Charles, 133 Sunderland-road, Forest-hill, S.E. . 

Arnold, Gilbert James, " Toorak,'' Torquay 

Arnott, Rev. Henry, The Rectory, Beckenham 

Ashby, Alfred, Ashdene, Argyll-road, Reading 

Ashdownu, Wallace Chas. Geo., 39 Deoonshire-strcei, W 


June 9,1892 
Dec. 12,1901 
Dec. 14, 1899 
June 14, 1894 
June 11, 1896 
June 14, 1888 
Dec. 13, 1888 
Dec. 8,1904 
June 11, 1874 
June 11, 1868 
Dec. 14, 1905 
Dec. 12, 1895 
June 9,1904 
Dec. 12, 1907 
June 20, 1901 
Dec. 12, 1872 
June 14, 1877 
June 1,1905 
June 13, 1867 
Dec. 11,1884 
June 9,1892 
Dec. 11,1879 
June 12, 1890 
June 12, 1879 
Dec. 11,1902 
Dec. 12, 1907 
June 13, 1907 
May 31,1900 
June 14, 1894 
June 14, 1888 
June 14, 1888 
Dec. 12, 1895 
Dec. 10, 1868 
June 8,1871 
Dec. 9,1807 


Aug. 2 
Nov. 10 
Nov. 10 
Feb. 11 
May 10 
July 26 
July 25 
July 31 
Apr. 28 
July 15 
Feb. 11 
Nov. 12 

Nov. 9 
Feb. 7 
Jan. 25 
June 14 
May 11 
Nov. 14 
Jan. 24 
Nov. 10 
Jan. 21 
Nov. 19 
May 23 
Jufy 30 
Aug. 4 
July 8 
Feb. 11 
Apr. 28 
July 23 
Nov. 9 
July 29 
July 21 
Julv 29 

, 1898 
, 1873 
, 1865 
, 1891 
, 1901 
, 1893 
, 1877 
, 1905 
, 1892 
, 1883 
, 1864 
, 1869 



Name and Residence. 
Ashe, Evelyn Oliver, 58 Currey-street, Kimherhtj, Cape ('ohmy . 
Ash worth, Percy, Dwham-lodye, 26 Albert -road, Souiliport. . . . 
Atkey, Oliver Francis ITaynes, " C/eveiands,^' Wimbledon .... 

Atkin, Cliarles, EudcUjfe Croft, Sheffield 

Atkins, John, 59 Addison-gardens, Kensinyton, W 

Back, Ivor Gordon, St. Georye's-hospifal, S.W 

Bacot, ^VHliaul George, Cm'fa.v, Marlboro'' -road, Bournemouth . 
Bailey, Robert Cozens, Spanish-pl. -mansion, Manchester-sq., W. 

Bain, Edward Walter, 17 Wemyss-road, Blackheath, S.E 

Baker, Charles Ernest, 5 Gledhow-ynrdens, S.W 

Balding, Daniel Barley, lloyston, Herts 

Baldwin, Aslett, 6 Manchester- square, W 

Baldwin, G. R., 232 Burke-rd., Up. Hawthorn, Melbourne, Vict. 

Balgarnie, Wilfred, The Dutch House, Winchjield 

Ball, William Girling, 91 Fairhoh-road, Stoke Neivington, N. . . 

Ballance, Charles Alfred, 31. V.O., 106 Ha rley- street, W 

Ballance, Hamilton Ashley, 46 Prince of Wales-rd., Koncich . 
Balme, Harold, Mission-hosp., Tai Yuen Fu, Shanshi, N, China. 

Banks, Alfred, West Hill Tower, Ryde, Isle of Wight 

Banting, Cecil, '■'• Beeleigh^'' West-hill, Putney, S.W 

Barendt, Frank Hugh, 65 Rodney-street, Liverpool 

*Barker, Arthur Edward James, 87 Har ley-street, W 

Barling, Harry Gilbert, 87 Cornwall-street, Birmingham 

Barling, Seymour Gilbert, General Hospital, Birmingham .... 

Barlow, John, 4 Somerset-place, Glasgow 

Barnard, Harold Leslie, 21 Wimpole-street, W 

Barnes, Frank, ^' The Briars,''^ King's Norton, Birmingham .... 
Barnett, John Edw. Sewell, 49 Queen's-rd., Kingston-hill, Surrey. 
Barnett; Louis Edward, 83 Staford-st., Dunedin, New Zealand. 
Barratt, John Oglethorpe Wakelin, Blantyre, Nyasaland, Africa. 

Barrett, Caleb, 4 Henry-street, Bath 

Barrett, John Edward 

Barrett, James William, 105 Collins-street, Melbourne, Victoria. 
Barrington, Fourness, 213 Macquarie-street, Sydney, N.S. W. . . 

Barrow, Albert Boyce, 8 Upper Wimpole-street, W 

BaiTV, David Thomas, " lerne,''^ BaJlintemple, Cork 

Barwell, Harold Shuttleworth, 55 Wimpole-street, W 

Barwell, Richard, ^6 Wijnpole-street, W 

Batchelor, Ferdinand Stanley, 236 George Street, Dunedin, N.Z. 

Bates, Tom, 44 Foregate-street, Worcester 

Batterham, John Williams, 3 Grand Parade, St. Leonards .... 

Battersby, James, 565 Great Eastern-road, Glasgoio 

Battle William Henr}'-, 49 Harley-street, W 

Bayley, Eric, 36 City-road, Finsbury-square, E.C 


Fellow. I Mpiiiber. 
June 9, 1^02 I June 9,1892 
Dec. 12, 18891 Aug. 4,18^7 
June 1,1905 I Feb. 12,190:5 
Feb. 14,ls84 Jan. 23, 18H0 

June 11, 1903 

June 13, 1907, 
June L3, 1867 I 
Feb. 10, 1893 I 
Dec. 12,1907 
June 8,1893 
June 10, 1858 
.June 11, 1896 I 
Dec. 13,1894' 
June 13,1889 
June 13, 1907 
June 8,1882 
Dec. 12,1895 
Dec. 14, 1905 
June 8,1893 
June 20, 1901 
Dec. 11,1890 
Oct. 21,1880 
Dec. 8,1881 
Nov. 9,1905 
June 11, 1885 
Dec. 12,1895 
June 12, 1902 
Dec. 9, 1897 
June 12, 1890 
Dec. 11,1890 
June 10, 1858 
Dec. 13, 1894 
Mar. 10, 1887 
June 14, 1894 
Dec. 20,1875 
June 13, 1907 
June 20, 1901 
May 12,1853 
June 20, 1901 
June 1,1905 
Dec. 10,1885 
June 8,1899 
June 10, 1880 
Dec. 14,1905 

May 9,1901 

May 11,1905 
June 27, 1851 
Feb. 13,1890 
Feb. 13,1902 
May 9,1889 
•Ian. 28, 1853 
July 27,1893 
Nov. 9,1893 
Jan. 29,1887 
Feb. 9,1905 
July 23,1879 
Aug. 1,1892 
Aug. 4,1903 
July 30, 1891 
Feb. 13,1896 
Apr. 23, 1885 
Oct. 21,1880 
July 25,1879 
Nov. 12, 1903 
Nov. 17, 1874 
Nov. 10, 1892 
May 4,1898 
Aug. 2,1888 
May 9,1889 
Dec. 11,1890 
Apr. 7,1843 
Dec. 13,1894 
Jan. 25, 1884 
.Tune 14, 1894 
Jan. 24, 1873 
June 13, 1907 
Feb. 9,1899 
Oct. Q,\U^ 
July 29, 1897 
Nov. 10,1904 
July 23, 1880 
May 4,1898 
July 31,1877 
May 8,1902 

* F. E,. C. S. Ireland, 1870. 



Name and Residence. 

Beale, Peytou Todd Bowman, 6 Bentinck-street, W 

Beatson,W. B. j^Swr/z.-Cr/?. I. M. S. , Vicar sgrmuje, Grange-r. ,EastVne 

Beckett-Overy, Harry, 24 Alexander-square, S.W 

Beddoe, David Morgan, Sharia el Manakh, Cairo 

Beddoes, Thomas Pugb, 14 Stratford-place, W 

Belben, Frank, ^^Redlaiids,^^ Knyveton-road, Bournemouth 

Bell, Kugli Thomas Symes, Munoillumbah, Tiveed-river, N,S. W. 
Bell, James Vincent, " Westlands,^'' Mayjield-place, Eastbourne. . 
Bennett, V. B., MaJ.I.M.S., JVilderness-rd., Malabar-hill, Bomhatj 
Bennett, William Edward, 22 Broad-street, Birmingham. ..... 

Bennett, Sir William Henry, K.C.V.O., 1 Chesterfield-street;^. 
Bensley, Edwin Clement, 127 Felloivs-road, South Hatnpstead . . 

Benson, John Robinson, 11 Circus, Bath 

Berry, James, 21 Wimpole-street, W 

Bickersteth, Robert Alexander, 4 Rodney-street, Liverpool .... 

Bidwell, Leonard Arthm*, 15 Upper Wimpole-street, W 

Billington, William, 9 Easy-row, Birmingham 

Bird, Robert, C.I.E., Maj. I.M.S., 2 Middleton-row, Calcutta . . 

Birks, Melville, Petersburg, South Australia 

Bishop, Edward Stanmore, 3 St. Peter'' s-square, Manchester . . . 

Black, James, The Avenue, 104 Beulah-hill, S.E 

Black, Kenneth, General Hospital, Nottingham 

Blacker, George Francis, 45 Wimpole-street, W 

Blackwell, Arthur Seal, 9 Park-crescent, Tonbridge 

Blair, Charles Samuel, 36 Weymouth-street, W 

Blakesley, Henry John, 56 London-road, Leicester - . 

Bland-Sutton, John, 47 Brook-street, W 

Blaxland, Walter, Fremantle, West Australia 

Blight, W^illiam l^yne, 47 Newport-road, Cardiff 

Bloxam, John Astley, 75 Grosvenor-street, W 

Bond^ Charles John, " Fernshaw^'' Springfield-road, Leicester . . 

Bonney, William Francis Victor, 10 Devonshire-street, W 

Bonnin, James Atkinson, Hindmarsh, nr. Adelaide, S. Australia 
Bott, Robert Henry, Lt. I. M.S., c/o T. Cook ^^ Son, Bombay . . 
Boulter, Harold Baxter, Barnard-house, Richmond, Surrey .... 

Bowen, William Henry, 60 Harley-street, W 

Bowes, William Henry, Plymouth Asylum, Lvyhridge, Devon . . 
Bowlby, Anthony Alfred, C.M.G., 24 Manchester-square, W.. . 
Bowring, Walter Andrew, *' The Pines^'' Furze-hill, Brighton. . 

Box, Charles Richard, 2 Devonshire -place, W 

Boyd, James Stanley Newton, 134 Harley-street, W 

Boyd, Sidney Arthur, 32 Blvnheim-gdns., Willesden-green,'N .W . 
Boyd, Thomas Hugh, 183 Hoddle-street, Richmond, Victoria . . 
Braddon, Wm. Leonard, Seramban, Federated Malay States . . 

])railey, Arthur Robertson, 11 Old Burlington-street, W 

Braine, Charles Carter, 26 Wimpole-sti'eet, W 

Braithwaite, Leonard Ralph, The Grange, Illingworth, Halifax. 


Dec. 11,1890 
June 13, 1867 
June 9,1904 
Jan. 10,1895 
June 14, 1888 
June 14, 1894 
Dec. 8,1898 
Dec. 14,1865 
June 14, 1906 
June 13, 1895 
June 14, 1877 
June 11, 1868 
June 9,1898 
Mar. 12, 1885 
Dec. 10, 1891 
Oct. 9, 1890 
Dec. ] 2, 1901 
Dec. 10,1891 
June 13, 1907 
Dec. 11, 1884 
Dec. 9,1880 
Dec. 8,1904 
June 11, 1891 
Apr. 12, 1894 
Dec. 9,1897 
June 13, 1889 
June 12, 1884 
June 10, 1886 
Dec. 11,1890 
June 8,1871 
June 8,1882 
Dec. 14, 1899 
Dec. 8,1898 
Nov. 14, 1907 
June 13, 1878 
Aug. 4,1903 
June 10, 1886 
June 9,1881 
Dec. 9,1897 
June 8,1893 
June 9,1881 
Dec. 14, 1905 
June 14, 1894 
June 9,1887 
Dec. 8,1904 
Dec. 11,1890 
Dec. 12, 1907 

Feb. 12, 1889 
Nov. 6.1846 
Aug. 4,1903 
May 11,1893 
Aug. 6,1881 
May 11, 1893 
Feb. 13, 1896 
Apr. 11, 1861 
June 14, 1906 
July 28, 1890 
July 21, 1873 
Nov. 6,1858 
May 14, 1896 
July 21,1882 
Feb. 13, 1890 
Jan. 21, 1878 
July 27, 1899 
May 10, 1888 
Nov. 8, 1906 
July 26,1871 
Jan. 26, 1875 
Aug. 4,1903 
July 28, 1890 
Feb. 11,1892 
Oct. 24,1884 
Nov. 16, 1880 
Apr. 20, 1882 
Nov. 13, 1883 
July 31, 1884 
Nov. 15,1864 
July 28, 1879 
May 14,1896 
July 29, 1897 
Feb. 9,1905 
July 27, 1874 
Nov. 14, 1901 
Apr. 24, 1884 
July 29, 1879 
May 12, 1892 
May 14, 1891 
July 31, 1878 
Nov. 13, 1902 
July 27, 1893 
Apr. 23, 1884 
Feb. 12, 1903 
Nov. 10, 1887 
Dec. 12, 1907 



Name and Residence. I Fellow. I Member. 

II Branfoot, Arthur ]\r.,C'./.i:, Sun/.-Gen. I. M.S., India OJice,^.\V. \ Apr. r>, 1906 I Nov. 17, \f<7() 

Brawn, Harry Ellis, Zlitenhuf/e, Cape Colons/ i Dec. 10, H>03 Nov. 2, 1«99 

BrewertoD, Elmore Wright, 84 Wimpole-street, W ; Dec, lo, 1000 ; Eeb. 7, IrtO.j 

IWerley,Wilfrid Edward, Bridstow Vicar a(/e, Ross, Herefordshire ! Dec. 12, 1907 i Jan. 12, 1905 

Brip-g-s, Henry, 3 Rodney-street, Liverpool ! June 12, 1884 I July 24, 1877 

Brigj^s, John Arthur Oswald, 37 Noel-st.,Thc Forest, Nottinyham June 9, 1898 I May 14, 1896 

fBriscoe, John, 5 Broad-street, Oxford I Nov. 11, 1875 Au<^. 15, 1842 

Brock, James Harry Ernest, 77 Fellows-road, S.Hampstead,^ .W . \ June 14, 1888 I July 28, 1884 
Brodie, Charles Gordon, Fernhill, Wootton-hridf/e, Isle if [Vi(jht. j Dec. 13, 1888 ! Jan. 24, 1883 
Brodie, AVm. Haig, St. Stephen s-road icest, West Ealinij, \V. 1 Dec. 12, 1895 Dec. 12,1895 

Brook, William Frederick, Longlands-house, Swansea ' June 13, 1889 ' May 6, 1887 

Brook, William Henry Breffit, 8 Eastgate, Lincoln \ Mar. 14, 1889 ' Jan. 21, 1887 

Broomhall, Benjamin Charles, Tai-Yuan-Fu, Shansi, N. China ^ Dec. 11, 11)02 , July 25, 1900 

Brown, Herbert Henry, 3 Museum-street, Ipswich j June 13, 1889 ' Jan. 19, 1887 

Brown, John, 2 Giebe Terrace, Rondchosch, Cape Colony ' Dec. 12, 1878 ' Dec. 12, 1878 

Brown, John Macdonald, 2 Frognal, Havipstead, N. W Mar. 8, 1883 ' Mar. 8, 1883 

Brown, Ralph Charles, 139 Wellinyton-st., Windsor, Melbourne. Dec. 12, 1895 | Nov. 14, 1895 

Brown, Robert Charles, 27 Winckley-square, Preston i Dec. 11, 1862 Nov. 5, 1858 

Brownlow, Harry Liirgan, Henley-on-Thames ( Dec. 13, 1894 | Feb. 11, 1892 

Bruce, Harold Wilson, The Infirmary, F. Dulwich-grove, S.E. .Dec. 12,1901 i Dec. 12, 1901 
Bruce, Herbert Alex., 64 £ loo r-st. East, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Dec. 10, 1896 | Aug. 4, 1896 

Bryant, Charles Hilary, 76 Grand-parade, Brighton ; June 11, 1896 , Feb. 7, 1895 

Bryant, Thomas, 19 Fitz George-avenue, West Kensington, W.. . May 12, 1853 '< Aug. 6, 1849 
Buchanan, James Spittal, 37 Collins-st., Melbourne, Victoria . . June 14,1894 \ July 27, 1893 

Buckell, William Robert, Fairholme, Cheltenham June 10, 1886 \ May 16, 1882 

Buckley, Samuel, 72 Bridge-street, Manchester June 19, 1873 ; Nov. 17, 1868 

Bucknall, Thomas Rupert Hampden, 16 Bevotishire-street, W.. . Dec. 14, 1899 Aug. 4, 1896 

Bull, George Coulson Robins, 21 Devon-road, Bedford June 12, 1884 July 21, 1880 

Bull, William Charles, 5 Clarges-street, May/air, W Dec. 11, 1884 Apr. 19, 1882 

Bullar, John Follett, 7 Carlton-crescent, Southampton June 12, 1884 July 30, 1880 

Burden, Henry, Maf I.M.S., Bengal June 8, 1893 i Feb. 11, 1892 

Buriield, Jose])h, 49 Prince of Wales-road, Norwich Dec. 14, 1905 \ Aug. 4, 1903 

Burgess, Arthur Henry, 23 *S'^. John-street, Manchester Feb. 9, 1899 Aug. 4, 1896 

Burgess, John Hay, Capt.I.M.S., c/oGrindlay S,'Co.,Parlia7)ient-st. Jan. 12,1905 May 8,1902 

Burghard, Frederic Fran9ois, 86 Harley-street, W Mar. 14, 1889 Jan. 25, 1886 

Bm-rows, Harold, 1 The Cams, Grove-road, Southsea June 20, 1901 May 11, 1899 

Burton, Samuel Herbert, 49 St. Giles-street, Norwich June 9, 1881 Jan. '2ii, 1876 

Bury, George William Fleetwood, Chew Magna, Somerset . . . . ; Dec. 6, 18(30 Dec. 12, 1856 

Bush, John Dearden ' June 10, 1869 May 10, 1866 

Buszard, Frank, Guildhall-road, Northampton Nov. 'lb, 1864 Apr. 16, 1860 

Butlin, Henry Trentham, 82 Harley-street, W Dec. 14, 1871 | Nov. 12, 1867 

Byles, John Beuzeville, Joyce-green-hospital, Dartford June 20, 1901 ' Nov. 13, 1891 

Caddy, Adrian, 2/2 Harington-street, Calcutta Jan. 14, 1904 Nov. 8, 1900 

Caddy, Arnold, 2,2 Harington-street, Calcidta I Mar. 12, 1891 Aug. 4, 1887 

Cadman, Arthur Wellesley, 19 Wickham-road, Brockley, S.E.. . June 14, 1894 May 15,1882 

Cahill, John, 12 Seville-street, Lowndes-square, S.W Dec. 11, I884 ^ July 27, 1881 




J^ame and Kesidence. 

Caiger, Herbert, Burgher sdor]), Cape Colony 

Caldwell, R., i^'.- Col.R.A.M. C, doHolt l^- Co., Whitehall-pl, S. W. 

Campbell, Ernest Kenneth, 23 Winipole-street, W 

Campbell, John, Crescent House, University-road, Belfast .... 

Campbell, Robert, 21 Great Victoria-street, Belfast 

Camps, Percy William Leopold, White-house, Teddington .... 

Cant, William Edmund, Brit. Ophthalmic Hospital, Jerusalem . 

Cantlie, James, 140 Harley-street, W 

Cargfill, Lionel Vernon, ol Harley-street, AV 

Carless, Albert, 6 Tipper Wimpole-street, W 

Carling, Ernest Rock, 14 Mandeville-place, W , 

Carpenter, Ed.ti;ar Godfrey, The Municipality, Alexandria, Egypt 

Carpmael, Norman, Mattlands, Vicarage-rd.^ Henley-on-Thames 

Carr, John Walter, 19 Cavendish-place, W 

Carson, Herbert William, 26 Welheck-street^ W 

Carter, Felix Bolton, 99 London-road, Leicester 

Carter, Frederick Heales, 117 Upper Richmond-rd., Putney, S.W. 

Carter, Robt. Brudenell, 76 South-side, Clapham-common, S.W. 

Carwardine, Thomas, 16 Victoria-square, Clifton, Bristol .... 

Cathcart, Charles Walker, 44 Melville-street, Ediiihurgh 

Cavenagh-Mainwaring-, W. R., 103 North-terr., Adelaide, S. Aus. 

Chaffers, Edward, " Abbotsi-ood,^^ Grange-over- Sands, Lanes. . . 

Chalmers, Albert John., Medical College, Colombo, Ceylon .... 
^Chavasse, Sir Thomas Frederick, 22 Temple-row, Bir^ningham . 

Cheatle, Arthur Henry, 18 Savile-row, W 

Cheatle, George Lenthal, C.B., 117 Harley-street, W 

Cheyne, William Watson, C.B., 75 Harley-street, W 

Chicken, Rupert Cecil, Forest-road-west, Nottingham 

Childe, Charles Plumley, '■'■Cranleigh^'' Kent-road, Southsea. . . . 

Chitty, Hubert, Brochhill-par'k, Hythe, Kent 

Cholnieley, Wm. Frederick, 5 Waterloo-road S., Wolverhampton. 

Choyce, Charles Coley, SeamenHs Hospital, Greemvich, S.E 

Christie, Wm.Ledingham,ieicesj!er-AoM5e, Vict. -pk., Clifton, Bristol 

ChristophersoD, John 'Qnim,07ndurman Hosp., Khartoum, Egypt. 

Churchill, Frederick, 4 Cranley-gardens, S.W 

Clapton, Edward, 41 Eltham-road, Lee, S.E 

Clapton, William, St. Stephen' s-road, Canterbury 

(ylark, Andrew, Cowley-grove, Uxbridge 

Clark, William Gladstone, Bulawayo, South Rhodesia 

Clarke, Colin, 26 Que.v-road, West Hampstead, N.W 

Clarke, Ernest, 3 Chandos-strcet, W 

Clarke, James Jackson, 18 Portland-place, W 

Clarke, Thomas Kilner, 52 Trinity-street, Huddersfield 

Clarke, "William Bruce, 51 Harley-street, W 

Clarkson, George Aylwin, '* St. Agnes,'"' Caterham 

Clay, John, 6 Victoria- square, Neivcastle-on-Tyne 

• Clegg, John Gray, 22 St. Johi-street, Manchester 


Oct. 15,1891 
Dec. 11,1890 
Dec. 9,1886 
June 11, 1891 
June 11, 1896 
June 11, 1903 
June 11. 1874 
Dec. 13, 1877 
June .9,1892 
Apr. 12, 1888 
Dec. 8,1904 
Dec. 13, 1900 
Dec. 8,1904 
June 9,1887 
Dec. 14,1899 
June 8,1899 
June 9,1881 
June 9,1864 
Dec. 13,1894 
June 12,1879 
June 11, 1896 
June 19, 1873 
Apr. 4,1895 
Apr. 13, 1899 
June 9,1892 
Dec. 11,1890 
June 12, 1879 
June 10, 1875 
Dec. 8,1892 
Dec. 12, 1907 
Dec. 9,1897 
Dec. 14, 1905 
June 14, 1894 
Dec. 9,1897 
June 8,1871 
May 23, 1857 
Dec. 6,1860 
June 19, 1873 
June 10, 1897 
Dec. 12, 1907 
June 14, 1894 
Dec. 11,1890 
Dec. 12,1872 
June 12, 1879 
June 9,1898 
Dec. 8,1904 
Feb. 8,1894 

Feb. 13,1890 
July 23, 1883 
July 21,1884 
Nov. 8,1888 
Nov. 9,1893 
Nov. 8,1900 
May 9,1867 
May 24, 1877 
May 8,1890 
July 30, 1885 
Nov. 14, 1901 
Aug. 1,1889 
Feb. 12,1903 
Oct. 24,1884 
July 29, 1895 
July 29, 1895 
July 23, 1875 
Dec. 12,1851 
Aug. 1,1892 
June 12, 1879 
Feb. 13, 1896 
May 5,1863 
July 30, 1891 
Apr. 19, 1876 
Nov. 8,1888 
Nov. 10, 1887 
June 12, 1879 
Apr. 30,1872 
July 19,1883 
Nov. 10, 1904 
Nov. 8,1888 
Dec. 14, 1905 
Feb. 9,1893 
Mar. 12, 1896 
July 23,1867 
Apr. 4,1853 
Mar. 20, 1857 
Nov. 17, 1869 
May 9,1895 
July 27, 1905 
July 27, 1880 
Oct. 20,1886 
Jan. 24,1871 
May 23, 1877 
Feb. 8,1894 
May 4,1898 
Nov. 12, 1891 



Name nnd Residence. 

Clipping-dale, Samuel Dodd, 36 Holland-park- avenue ^ W 

Clocrg, Herbert Sherwell, 14.3 Harleij-street, W 

Glutton, Henry Hiifrh, 2 Portland-place, W 

Coaker, Francis William John, 22 Hiyh-street, Bronmjrove. . . . 

Coates, John, Humansdorp, Cape Colony 

Coates, Matthew, R.N., Burdedon-house, Uawlish 

Coats, George, 30 Wey mouth-street, W 

Cobbett, Louis, ** Inch-ina-home,^'' Adams-road, Cambridge .... 

Cochrane, Archer William Ross, Maj. I. M.S., Bemjal 

Codd, Arthur Fred. Gambell, Hohcood-lodge, Bromlei/, Kent . . 

Coe, Robert William, 7 Pemhrohe-road, Clifton, Bristol 

Coke, Wm. Francis Harriott, Ehcick-road, Ashford 

Colby, Francis Edward Albert, Hill View, Woking 

Colby, James George Ernest, 21 The Mount, Malton^ Yorks. . . 

Cole, Percival Pasley, The University, Birmingham 

Colgate, Henry, 1 Seaside-road, Eastbourne 

Collard, Fred. Stuartson, Haling-pk.-cott.,Brighton-rd., Croydon, 

Collier, Horace Stansfield, o7a Wimpole-street, W 

Collier, Mark Purcell Mayo, 145 Harley Street, W 

Collins, Edward Treacher, 17 Queen- Anne-street, W 

Collins, Sir AVilliam Job, M.P., 1 Albert-Terrace, N.W 

Collinson, Harold, 24 Park-square, Leeds 

Colville, Ernest George, Ashford, Kent 

Compton, Alwy'ne Theodore, 3 Mount-vieiv-rd., Crouch-hill, X. 

Connor, Frank Powell, Capt. I. M.S., cjo T. Cook ^- Son, Calcutta 

Cook, Herbert George Graham, 22 Newport-road, Cardiff .... 

Cook, JohnHoward, C.M.S.Namiremhe, Kampala, Uganda^E.Afr. 

Cooke, Arthur, G9 Bridge-street, Cambridge 

Cooke, James Douglas, '' Heywoodj'' Stanmore, Middlesex .... 

Cooke, John, " Holmleigh,'^ Bishop' s-road, Sutton Coldfield .... 

Cookson, Frederick Xeslield, 8 Martin-street, Stafford 

Cookson, Henry, Maj. I. M.S., " Westwood,^' Cheltenham 

tCoombe, Robert Gorton, 53 St.-Quintin^s-av., N. Kensington, ^^. 

Coombe, Russell, 5 Barnjield-crescent , Exeter 

Cooper, Clarence, I. M.S., 3 lFarmi?ister-road, South Norwood . . 

Cooper, Percy Robert, Glenthorn, The Downs, Bowdon, Cheshire 

Copley, Stanley, 116 Times-road, Durban, Natal, S. Africa 

f Corbin, Marc Antony Bazille, 9 Saumarez- street, Guernsey .... 

Corner, Edred Moss, 37 Harley-slrcet, W 

Cottle, Ern. Wyndham, Ningicood Manor-ho., nr. Yann'th, I.of W. 

Coumbe, John Batten, Teignmordh, S. Devon 

Counsell, Herbert Edward, 90 Banbury-road, Oxford 

Couper, John, 80 Grosvenor-street, W 

Coupland, James Alane, 37 Park-square, Leeds 

Cousins, John Ward, Riversdale, Kent-road, Portsmouth 

Coutts, Uavid Kirkpatrick, Kasr-el-Ainy Hospital, Cairo . . . . 

Couzens, Alfred John, West Ham Hospital, Strafford, E 


Dec. 9,1880 
May 31, 11X)0 
June 8,1876 
June 11, 1896 
June 9,1904 
.June 10, 1869 
Dec. 10,1903 
June 11, 1891 
June 9,1898 
Dec. 13, 1888 
Dec. 9,1852 
Dec. 8,1904 
Dec. 12,1895 
Dec. 11,1890 
June 14, 1906 
June 14, 1877 
June 9,1898 
Dec. 11, 1890 
June 8,1882 
Dec. 11,1890 
June 12, 1884 
June 1 1, 1903 
Dee. 11,1884 
June 12, 1902 
Xov. 13, 1902 
Dec. 10, 1891 
June 10, 1897 
June 9,1898 
June 1,1905 
Dec. 19, 1861 
June 8,1899 
June 9,1870 
June 12, 1884 
Dec. 13, 1888 
Dec. 12,1867 
June 13, 1895 
June 8,1899 
Aug. 12, 1852 
Dec. 14, 1899 
jJune 8,1876 
I Dec. 11,1890 
I Dec. 13, 1894 
I May 30, 1861 
June 14, 1906 
: May 31, 1860 
Oct. 11, 1906 
Dec. 12,1907 


July 20, 187^'^ 

Nov. 10 

Jan. 26 

Feb. 9 
I July 25 
I Jan. 14 
I Dec. 10 
; Feb. 13 
I Nov. 8, 

Apr. 18 

Apr. 26 
I Oct. 7 
I Feb. 8 
' May 10 

Feb. 11 
I July 23 

Nov. 8 
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Jan. 24 

May 18 

July 28 

Nov. 2 

Nov. 18 

Feb. 7 

Aug. 1 

Feb. 12 

July 29 

Nov. 14 

Nov. 12 

Feb. 29 

May 10 

Apr. 25 

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July 23 

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i May 4 
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' July 30 

Oct. 22 
I Nov. 4 
I Apr. 5 
iMar. 7 
! Nov. 10 

iMuy 9, 




Name and Residence. 

Cowell, George, 24 Harrington-gardens, S.W 

Cowen, George Hebb, 4 College-terrace, Southampton 

Crabtree, Ang-elo M., Surrey Cott., Oatlands Drive, Weyhridge 

Craig, James Andrew, 11 University Square, Belfast 

Cresswell, Frank Pearson Skeffington, 24 Windsor-}^., Cardiff . 

Cripps, William Harrison, 2 Stratford-place, W 

Cripps, Wm. Lawrence, 9d Ox. 8f Camb.-mans., Edgivare-rd.^ . 
Cronin, James Dennis, R.N., 75 Lower Mount-street, Dublin . . 
Crook, Herbert Evelyn, ^^ Ivermore,'''' Riehniond-rd., Twickenham . 

Cropley, Henry, 5 East-park-parade, Northampton 

Crosby, Sir Thomas Boor, 19 Gordon-square, W.C 

(^ross, Francis Geo., '' The Gahles,^^ Beaufort-rd., Kingston-on-T. 
Cross, Francis Richardson, Worcester-house, Clifton, Bristol . . 
Crouch, Charles Percival, 1 Boyal-terrace, Weston-super-Mare . 
5|Crow'foot, William Miller, Blyburgate-house, Beccles, Suffolk . . 
Crowle, Thomas Henry Rickard, 35 St. Jatnes^ -place, S.W. . . 
Crowley, John Henry Joseph, 24 Westfield-road, Beckenham . . 

Cruise, Richard Robert, 85 Harley-street, W 

Cudmore, Arthur Murray, North-terr., Adelaide, S. Australia . 

Cuff, Archibald William, 285 Glossop-road, Sheffield 

Cuff, Herbert Edmund, " Woodside," Little Bookham, Surrey . . 

Culpin, Millais, 154 Lower Clapton-road, N.E 

Cumberbatch, Alphonso Elkin, 11 Park-crescent, W 

Cumberlidge, William Isaac, Limefield, Hyde, Cheshire 

Gumming, Hugh Gordon, " Overton,'''' Torquay 

Cunning, Joseph, 3 Upper Wimpole-street, W 

Cunningham, John Francis, Sec Tor, Axminster , Devon 

Curtis, Frederick, Alton-house, Redhill, Surrey 

Curtis, Henry Jones, 58 Harley-street, W 

da Costa, Francis Xavier, Margao, Salsette, Goa, India 

Dalby, Sir William Bartlett, 18 Savile-roiv, W 

l)aldy, Arthur Mantell, 17 Palmeira-square, Hove 

Utile, Frederic, Pai'k Lea, Belmont-road, Scarborough 

Daniel, Peter Lewis, 152 Harley-street, W 

Daniels, Frederic Wm., Park-house, Cardiff-rd., Newport, Mon. 
DavenportjCecil Jn., Land. Missionary Soc.,lQ Neiv Bridge-st.,S.J^. 

f Davies, David, Bryngolwg, Aberdare, S. Wales 

Davies, Francis Joseph, Hustmore Croft, Godalmiiig 

Davies, Hugh, 234 Trafalgar-road, Greemvich, S.E 

Davies, Hugh Morriston, 55 Gordon-square, W.C 

Davies, Morgan, 10 Goring-street, Houndsditch, E.C 

Davies-Oolley, Hugh, Borough, Pulborough, Sussex 

Davies- Colley, Robert, Borough, Pulborough, Sussex 

Davis, Theodore, Beachcroft, Clevedon, Somerset 

Davy, Richard, Bur stone-house, Boiv, N. Devon 

])aw, Samuel Wilfrid, Guy's Hospital, S.E 

Dawson, Joseph JJernard, 78 Boot ham, York 


Dec. 12,1867 
Apr. 8 
June 8 
Dec. 11 
Dec. 13 
June 10 
June 13 
May 12 
June 13 
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June 12 
Apr. 10 
Dec. 12 
June 10 
July 11 
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JuriC 13 
June 12 
Dec. 12 
June 13 
June 13 
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June 20 
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June 12 
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Dec. 8 
July 30 
June 8 
June 8 
J une 1 
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Dec. 8 
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May 12 
Dec. 10 
June 18 




July 9,1858 
Nov. 9,1893 
Aug. 4,1896 
Aug. 2,1898 
Nov. 10, 1892 
July 23, 1872 
Nov. 12, 1903 
June 14, 1844 
Jan. 19,1887 
Aug. 6,1884 
May 21, 1852 
Feb. 7,1901 
Jan. 25, 1871 
Jan. 21,1887 
June 4,1858 
Jan. 24, 1884 
Feb. 8,1894 
July 25,1900 
Nov. 12, 1896 
July 27, 1893 
June 12, 1890 
Nov. 13, 1902 
June 2,1870 
July 28, 1904 
Jan. 28,1875 
June 20, 1901 
Feb. 8,1900 
Feb. 7,1901 
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8, 1888 
2-2, 1867 
12, 1891 
22, 1879 

4, 1898 

5, 1887 
18, 1843 
27, 1893 

20, 1879 

8, 1902 
10, 1906 

6, 1855 

7, 1860 
27, 1905 



Name and Residence. Fellow. 

Day, Donald Douglas, 5 Surrey-street, Norwich Dec. 13, 1883 

Dean, Henry Percy, 69 Hurley-street, W Oct. 17, 1889 

Deanesly, Edward, 7 Waterloo-road, Wolrerhampton Feb. 12, 1891 

Dee, Maurice Vincent, Bethlehem, Oranye River Colony June 8,1899 

'Dendy,Vf?i\tQvO\iQstQX,Chadwell-farm,rertenhaU,St.Neots,H^mts. Dec. 11, 1884 
^JDeunis, Frederic Shepard, 542 Madison-ai\, New York, U.S.A. Apr. 13, 1899 

Dent, Clinton Thomas, 61 Brook-street, W Dec. 13, 1877 

Dent, Howard Hy. Congreve, 89 Tettenhall-road, li'olverhainpton. June 20, 1901 

Denver, Stanley Edward, C.M.G., 26 Albion-street, Hull J une 13, 1907 

de Silva, Arthur M., Temple-villa, Ma^'adana, Colombo, Ceylon Dec. 13, 1906 

Dick, John Lawson, Cradock, Cape Colony June 11, 1896 

Dick, Robert, Maj. I. M.S., Garry, Ballymoney, Co. Antrim, . . June 13, 1867 
Dickie, William Stewart, 13 Ryedtde-tcrrace, Middlesbrouyh . . ' June 11, 1903 

Dickinson, Harold Bertie, Greyfriars, Hereford Dec. 9, 1897 

Dingley, Allen, 36 Carleton-road, Tufnell-park, N | Dec. 14, 1882 

Doble, Henry Tregellas, 2 Union-street, Oldham Dec. 10, 1903 

Dobson, Joseph Faulkner, 27 Hyde-terrace, Leeds \ June 20, 1901 

Dobson, Nelson Congreve, ^^ Avonmore,^^ Sneyd-park, Bristol . . i June 9,1870 

Dodd, Henry Work, 136 Harley-street, W ' June 14, 1888 

Dodd, John Richard, Lt.- Col.,R.A.M. C, Victoria Barracks, Belfast Dec. 9, 1886 

Dolbey, Robert Valentine, 54 Queensboi'ouyh-terrace, W June 1,1905 

Doran, Alban Henry Griffith, 9 Granville-place, W June 10, 1875 

Douglas, Archibald Robt. John, Burma Railway, Rangoon, India J une 8, 1899 

Douglas, Claude, 59 Reyent-road, Leicester Dec. 13, 1888 

Douglas-Crawford, Douglas, 75 Rodney-street, Liverpool Dec. 13, 1894 

Douty, Edward Henry, La Madeleine, Cannes, France Dec. 13, 1906 

Doyne, Robert Walter, 53 Broad-street, Oxford Dec. 8, 1892 

Drake, Courtenay Hry., Rathyar-coitaye, 150 Hiyh-rd., Streatham June 10, 1897 
Drake-Brockman,Edw.Forster,Z^.-Co/./.i¥^.AS., ISHanover-st.,'^ . June 13, 1878 

Drew, Arthur John, Water Hall, St. Aldate's, Oxford June 14, 1888 

DriiW, Douglas, 6 Wimpole-street, W -^ug. 1, 1892 

Drew, Hedley Vicars, Timaru, Canterbury, Neia Zealand . . . . i June 12, 1890 
Drew, Henry William, " Eastyate,''' 3 Addiscombe-rd., Croydon. \ June 13, 1889 

Duer, Charles, Maj. IJI.S., Benyal ! Dec. 10, 1891 

Duffett, Henry Allcroft, " Withey Holt^'' Hatherley-road, Sidcup ' June 10, 1897 

Duffin, Alfred'^Baynard, 18 Devonshire-street, W May 12, 1859 

Dun, Robert Craig, 73 Rodney-street, Liverpool June 12, 1902 

Duncan, Andrew, I. M.S., 24 Chester-street, S.W June 14, 1877 

Duncan, Kenneth McKenzie, 36 Foxgrove-rd., Beckenham, Kent. Dec. 12, 1907 

Duncan, William, 6 Harley-street, W June 14, 1883 

Dundon, John, 3 Camden-place , Cork June 1, 1905 

Dunn, Hugh Percy, 54 Wimpole-street, W Dec. 9, 1880 

Dunn, Louis Albert, 51 Devojishire-street, Fort land-place, W.. . June 12, 1884 

Durham, Frederic, 34 Dover-street, W j June 13, 1872 

Durham, Herbert Edward, '^ Sunny side, ^^ Broomy-hill, Hereford. I July 30, 1894 

Dyall, Thomas James, 58 Qreffield-road, Ealiny, W ' June 11, 1891 

Dyball, Brennan, 47 Queen-street, Exeter , Dec. 9, 1897 

Dyson, Malcolm Goodworth, 82 Lower-road, Rotherhithe ' May 31, 1900 


May 20, 18^0 
June 9,1887 
June 24, 18^7 
Feb. 10, 1898 
Nov. 19,1881 
July 25,1877 
Jan. 27,1875 
July 29, 1897 
Feb. 10,1898 
Aug. 4,1903 
May 10,1894 
May 2,1854 
Nov. 8,1900 
Nov. 8,1894 
July 30,1878 
Feb. 13,1902 
July 29, 1897 
Apr. 25, 1867 
Nov. 21, 1881 
July 21,1879 
Feb. 13, 1902 
Jan. 24, 1871 
May 14, 1896 
Nov. 19, 1873 
Dec. 13, 1894 
Apr. 17, 1888 
July 27, 1880 
Nov. 8,1894 
Nov. 14, 1865 
July 31, 1884 
July 28, 1890 
July 19, 1882 
July 23, 1886 
Apr. 2,1888 
Feb. 8,1894 
Oct. 12,1855 
Nov. 14, 1895 
July 22, 1872 
Dec. 12, 1907 
Apr. 22, 1879 
June l,19a5 
Aug. 1,1876 
Apr. 20,1882 
Nov. 16, 1869 
July 30,1894 
June 11, 1891 
Nov. 14, 1895 
May 13,1897 



Name and liesidence. 

Eastes, George, 35 Gloucester-terrace, Kyde-park, W 

Eastes, Tlionias, 18 Manor-road, Folkestone 

Eccles, William M<=Adam, 124 Harley-street, W 

Edge, Frederick, Granville-liouse, Wolverhampton 

Edgecombe, Wilfrid, 17 Victoj'ia -avenue, Harrogate 

Edmunds, Arthur, 30 Welbeck-street, W 

Edmunds, \^"alter, 2 DevonsJiire-place, W 

Edridge-Greeu, Frederic William, Hendon-grove, Hendon, N.W. 

Edwards, Frederick Swinf ord, 55 Ilarley-street, W 

Edwards, Thomas Henry, 16 Ramsden-street^ Huddersfield .... 
f Edwards, William Thomas, Springfield-house^ Cardiff 

Edye, Stonard, Monte- Video, Uruguay, S. America 

Elam, William Henry, Neio Barnet, N 


Elliott, Arthur Bowes, Tan-Rallt-hall, Llanddulas, N. Wales. . 

Elliott, John, 24 Nicholas- street, Chester 

Ellis, Frederick Wm., Southwark Infirm., E. Dulioich-grove, S.E. 
H Ellis, Sir Herbert Mackay, K.C.B., R.N., 18 Victoria-st., S. W. . 

Elmslie, Reginald Cheyne, d>\ St. Mary's-mans., Paddington,W. 

Elsworth, Richard Cogswell, 193 St. Helen' s-road, Swansea . . 

El worthy, Henry Stuart, Treve Cottage, Ebbio Vale, Mon 

English, Thomas Crisp, 47 Upper Brook-street, W 

Etherington-Smith, Raymond Broadley , 77 Neio Cavendish-st.,W. 

Evans, Arthur Henry, 84 Harley-street, W 

Evans, Evan, 1 Goring-place, Llanelly 

Evans, Evan Laming, 36 Bryansto?i-street, W 

Evans, John Howell, 63 Grosvenor-street, W 

Evans, John Jameson, 85 Edmund-street, Birmingham 

Evaus,William Geo. ,56 Holy head-rd., Handsworth, Birmingham. 

Evans, Willmott Henderson, 2 Upper Wimpole-street, W 

Eve, Frederic Samuel, 61 Harley-street, W , 

Every-Clayton, Leopold E.Valentine, Rosslyn, Clevedon, Somerset 

Ewart, Robert John, 33 Berkley-street, Liverpool 

Fagge, Charles Herbert, 3 Devonshire-place, W 

Fairbairn, Jolm Shields, 42 Wimpole-street, W 

Fairbank, Harold Arthur Thomas, 137 Harley-street, W 

Fairlie-Clarke, Allan Johnston, Sussex-lodge, Horsham 

Fii\coneT,JamesJ J. ,6QBarlow-tnoor-rd.,ChoiMo)i-c-Hardy,Manch. 
Falkner, Edgar Ashley, Colstoun, Toowoomba, Queensland .... 
Farmer, Gabriel Wm. Stahel, West-hill-house, Bryon-hill, Harrow 

Farnell, Henry Dawson, Hempstead-house, Eastbourne 

Farquhar, George Greig, 24 Stanhope-road, Darlington 

Faulder, Thomas Jefferson, 50 Welbeck-street, W 

Faulkner, Ebenezer Ross 

Fawcett, John, (MS Wimpole-street, W. 


Dec. 10, 1868 
June 10 

Oct. 13 
June 13 
Mar. 12 
Dec. 12 
June 14 
Dec. 8 
June 13 
Dec. 12 
July 10 
June 9 
June 14 
June 9 
June 13 
Dec. 9 
June 1 
Apr. 5 
Dec. 8 
Dec. 10 
June 13 
Dec. 9 
Dec. 13 
Dec. 14 
Dec. 12 
June 8 
June 12 
Dec. 11 
Dec. 12 
Dec. 10 
June 12 










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Apr. 14,1898 
May 31, 1900 
Dec. 12,1901 
June 11, 1903 
Dec. 12, 1907 
Dec. 10,1891 
Dec. 13, 1894 
Dec. 10,1885 
June 14, 1906 
Dec. 8,1904 
June 13, 1907 
June 9,1892 

Jan. 26,1864 
July 22,1872 
Feb. 13,1890 
Oct. 22,1885 
Feb. 9,1893 
Nov. 8,1900 
Jan. 27,1875 
June 27, 1887 
Nov. 17, 1857 
July 25, 1900 
Dec, 16,1842 
Dec. 2, 1859 
Nov. 13, 1877 
Nov. 14, 1889 
Apr. 25, 1867 
July 27, 1884 
June 1,1905 
July 27, 1873 
May 9,1901 
July 30, 1891 
July 27, 1893 
Feb. 8, 1900 
June 13, 1907 
July 29, 1895 
Jan. 27,1886 
Nov. 14, 1895 
Nov. 11, 1897 
May 13,1897 
May 20, 1880 
July 25, 1883 
Aug. 3,1876 
Feb. 7,1895 
May 11, 1899 

Aug. 4,1896 
Nov. 14, 1895 
Aug. 2,1898 
Aug. 1,1901 
Dec. 12, 1907 
Aug. 2,1888 
May 2,1890 
May 20,1874 
Jun'e 14, 1906 
Aug. 4,1903 
Nov. 9,1905 
May 8,1895 



Kaiiie and Kesitleiice. 

Feddon, Walter Fedde, '20 Loicer Seymour-street, V\ 

Fenwick, Edwin Hurry, 14 Savile-row, W 

Ferguson, Kobert James, 11 Portland-place, \V 

Firth, Charles, Cronier-house, Gravesend 

Firth, John Lacy, 8 Victoria-square, Clifton, Bristol 

Firth, Kobt. H., Lt.-Col. R.A.M.C, 8 Church-circle, Farnboro'. 

Fisher, Edward Fow, The Croft, Gt. Bookham, Surrey 

Fislier, Frederick Charles, Kings Lanyley, Herts 

Fisher, Frederic Richard, 18 Wimpole-street, W 

Fisher, John Herbert, 83 Wimjmle-street, W 

Fisher, Welby Earle, " U'althum," St. Clair, Dunedin, i\>w; Zeal. 
Fitzmaurice-Kelly, Maurice A. M., 43 Queen- A7ine-street, VV.. . 
Fitzwilliams, Duncan Carupbell Lloyd, t)4 Brook-street, W. . . 

Flemniing, Percy, 31 Wimpole-street, VV 

Folker, ^^'iUiaul Henry, Bedford-house, Ilanley, Staff's 

Footner, George Rammell, St. Thomas's Hospital, S.E 

Footner, John Bulkley, 1 The Priory, Tunbridye Wells 

Forbes, Robert Dow, Stratford, Ontario, Canada 

Formby, Flenry Harper, Strathalbyn, S. Australia 

Forward, Francis Edward, Princetotvn, S. Devon 

Foster, Willicun James, Bath-lodge, O.iford-road, Beading . . . . 
Foulerton, Alex. Grant Russell, Balcombe-rd., Hayioard's Heath 
FoLilkes, T. Howard, Maj. I. M.S., cjo Arhuthnot ^' Co., Madras 

Fowler, Charles Edward Percy, Maj. R.A.M.C. 

Fowler, Walter, Bendigo, Victoria 

Fox, Edward Joseph, 12 Bylands-street, Warrington 

Fox, George Raymond, Beccles, Suffolk 

Fox, Herbert, Vlakteplaats, Oudtshoorn, Cape Colony 

Francis, Alfred George, 101 Beverley-road, Hull 


Franklin, George Cooper, 39 London-road, Leicester 

Eraser, Forbes, 2 The Circus, Bath 

Frazer, John Ernest Sullivan, 128 Kensington-park-road, W. . . 

Freeland, Ernest Harding 

Freeman, William Thomas, 30 Portland-pL, London-rd., Beading 

fFreer, Walter Carless, 11 Lancaster-road, Harrogate 

Fremantle, Francis Edward, 30 Chester-street, S.W 

French, George Wm. Hy., Sunny Bank, Church-lane, Hornsey, N. 

French, John Gay, 23 Porchester-gardens, Hyde-park, \V 

Fripp, Sir Alfred Downing, K.C.V.O., C.B., 19 Portland-pL, W. 

Frost, William Adams, 30 Ladbroke-grove, W 

Furner, Willoughby, 13 Brunsivick-square, BrightoJi 

Furnivall, Percy, 28 Wey mouth-street, AV 

Galloway, James, 54 Harley-street, W 

Galpin, George Luck, The Breck, Knyveton-road, Bournemouth. 
Gamgee, Leonard Parker, 05 Cornwall-street, Birmingham .... 


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Garmany, Jasper Jewett, 40 W. 4:0th-street, Nero York, U.S.A. 
Gask, George E., The Warden's House, St. Barth.^s Hosp., E.G. . 

Gaskell, Arthur, Royal Nam/ 

Gibb, Harold Pace, 51 Ladbroke -grove, W 

Gibb, James Glenny, Union Medical College, Pekin, China .... 

Gibbs, Charles, 23 Upper Wimpole-street, W 

Gibson, William Robert, 17 Ailsa-drive, Langside, Glasgow . . . . 
Gilbert, Henry, Caius-chambers, 8 North-terrace, Adelaide .... 
Giles, Geo. M. J., Lt.-Col.I.M.S., 3 Elliot-ter., The Hoe, Plymouth 

Giles, Leonard Thomason, 4 Filey-road, Scarborough 

Gilford, Hastings, Norioood-house, Kitigs-roady Heading 

Gill, Richard, 72 Wifnpole-street, W 

Gillespie, Edward, 19 Barns-street, Ayr, N.B 

Giuseppi, Paul Leon, 5 Gordon-place, Kensington, W 

Gladstone, Reginald John, 1 Gloucester-gate, Regent' s-pk., N.W. 
Godfrey, Horace Percy, Walker-street, North Sydney, N.S. W. . 

Godlee, Rickman Joiin, 19 Wimpole-sti'eet, W 

Godson, Alfred Henry, 63 Union-street West, Oldham 

Going, Robert Marshal, Fitzalan-road, Littlehampton 

Goldie, Walter Leigh Mackinnon, Mombasa, Br. East Africa. . 

Golding-Bird, Ciithbert Hilton, 12 Queen- Anne-street, W 

Gooddy, Edward Samuel, '' Glenthorn,^^ Trinity-sq., Llandudno. 
Goodwin, Arthur Charles, Toronto-house, West Bromwich .... 
Gordon, John, 169 Lygon-street, Carlton, Melbourne, Victoria . . 

Gough, William, 24 Cardigan-road, Leeds 

Gould, Alfred Pearce, 10 Queen- A nne-street, W 

Goulden, Charles Bernard, Clarendon, Canterbury 

Goyder, FrancisWilloughby, 88 Gt. Horton-rd., Bradford, Yorks. 

Grace, John Johnston, 236 Hilo, Hawaii, J.H., U.S. A 

Graham, Cecil Irving, 49 Marloes-road, W 

Grant, James Dundas, 18 Cavendish-square, W 

Gray, Archibald Montague Henry, University College Hosp.,W.Q. 
Gray, Harry Tyrrell, Hosp. for Sick Children, Gt.Ormond-st.,W .C. 
Gray, John Power William, 40 The Ropeivalk, Nottingham . . 

Greaves, Francis Ley Augustus, bl Friar-gate, Berby 

Green, Charles David, The Ferns, South-street, Romford 

Green,C.R.M., I A. -Col. I. M.S., cjo T. Cook ^ Sons, Ludgate-circ. 

Green, Frederick King, Cleve-side, Newbridge-hill, Bath 

Greene, Wm. Henry Clayton, 43 Queen Anne-street, W 

Greenfield, Dudley George, Rushden, Northants 

Greenhill, J. R. , Lt.- Col. R.A.M.C, Stone-house, Rose-hill, Dorking 
Greenhow, Hy. Martineau, Maj.I.M.S., Scotswood, Esher, Surrey 

Greenwood, Charles Henry, 29 North-street, Ripon 

Greenyer, Vivian Tudor, 40 Sackville-road, Hove, Sussex 

G reeves, Reginald Affleck, Tweskand, Strandtown, Co. Dotvn . . 

Greg, Arthur Hyde, 16 West Halkin- street, S.W 

Grey, Thomas Campbell, 44 Church- street, Basingstoke 

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Name and Residence. 

(jritliii, William \Vat.son, iyS JJrunsicick-pldce, Hove 

Griffith, Walter Spencer Anderson, 96 Harley-streety W 

Griffiths, Cornelius Albert, 6 Windsor-place, Cardiff 

Griffiths, Joseph, 1 Si. Peter' s-tcrrace, Camhridye 

(iriffiths, William Layard, Donolyyi, Sivansea 

Grimsdale, Harold Barr, 3 Har ley-place^ Harley-strect , N. W. . . 

Grose, Samuel, Bis/iopdeiynton, near Teiynmouih 

Groves, Ernest William lley, 10 Hichinond-hill, Clifton, Bristol 

Gullan, Archibald Gordon, 37 Rodney-street, Liverpool 

Gunn, Donald Stilwell, 123 Goiver-street, W.C 

Gunn, Robert Marcus, o4 Queen- Anne-street, W 

Guthrie, Thomas, 55 Rodney-street, Liverpool 

tlladen, Sir Francis Seymour, Woodcote-park, Alresford, Hants, 

Hadley, Frederick Augustus, High field-house, Sheffield 

Hadley, Wilfred James, 33 Queen Anne-street, W 

]lfimes,Sohn\\i\\m\\\,^'-Hardwycke,''' Bishop' s-rd.,Sittton Coldfxeld 

Hainworth, Edward Marrack, 16 Alhion-street, Hxdl 

Hall, Charles Beauchamp, 7 Campion-terrace, N 

Hall, Geoifry Craythorne, Col. I.M.S., Ulidia, Bexhill 

HaU, John Moore, 104 Upper Clapton-road, N.E 

Hallidie, Andrew H. Smith, ^' Avondale,'^ Meads, Eastbourne. . 

Hamerton, George Albert, 57 Russell-square, W.C 

Hames, George Henry, 125 Piccadilly, W 

Hamilton, Arthur Francis, Lt. I. M.S., c/o Grindlay^ Co., Bombay 
Hamilton, E. T. Ernest, ^oxl750 P.O., Johannesburg, S. Africa 

Hamilton, George Gibson, 34 Rodneij-street, Liverpool 

Hamilton, Robert, Magherabuoy, Portrush, Co. Antrim 

Hancock, William Ilbert, 27 Queen Anne-street, W 

Handley, William Sampson, 77 Wirnpole-street, W 

Harbison, David Thomas, Wallaroo, South Australia 

Harcourt, Richd. Eugene, ^^Stoneleigh,'' Oakfield, Anjield, Liverpool 

Hardie, James, 402 The Cliff, ^ Manchester 

Harding, Thomas Massey, 457 Darling-st., Balmain, X.S. W. . . 
Plardwick-Smith, Henry, Milnhay-house, Langley Mill, Notts. . 
Hare, Evan Herring, Alresford-lodge, Tottenham-lane, Hoimsey,!^. 

Harman, Nathaniel Bishop, 108 Harley-sfreet W 

Harmer, William Douglas, 45 Wey mouth-street, W 

Harnett, Walter Lid well, Lt. I. M.S., Belvedere-house, Barnet. . 

Harries, Thomas Davies, Grosvenor-house, Aberyst7vyth , 

Harris, Herbert Elwin, 13 Lansdown-place, Clifton, Bristol .... 

Harris, William James, Bell-street, Shaftesbury, Dorset 

Harrison, Chas. Edward, 19 Westgate-terr., Redcliffc-sq., S.W. 

Harrison, Edward, 3 Wright-street, Hidl 

Harsant, William Henry, Tower-house, Clifton, Bristol 

Hartigan, Thomas Joseph Patrick, 94 Harley-street, W 

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Name and Residence. 

Hartley, Jolin, 26 Stanhope-7'oad, I)arUngton ... - 

Hartley, John Dawson, 39 The Terrace., Gravesend 

Hartridge, Gustavus, 12 Wimpole-street, W 

Ilart-Smith, Franke Chamberlain, West-lodge, Leominster .... 

Harvey, William, LM.S,, " St Eiceste,'' Neivton Abbot 

Haslam, Wm. Frederic, 8 Vicarage-rd., JEdgbaston, Birmingham, 

Hasslacher, Francis J. M., Alchester-hou^e, Bicester 

Hastings, Somerville, 35 Welbeck-dreet, W 

Hatch, William Keith, Lt.-Col. I. M.S.., 8 EarJham-rd., Norivich . 

Haward, John Warrington, 57 Green-street, W 

Hayden, Arthur Falconer, Lt. I.M.S., c/o King Sf Co., Bombay . 

Hayes, George Constable, 6 Park-square, Leeds 

Hayman, Samuel Clifford, '•'• Harewood,^'' Narboro-rd., Leicester . 

Hayward, John Arthur, 23 TJie Grange, Wimbledon 

Heath, Arthur, 24 Normanton-road, Derby 

Heath, Charles Joseph, 3 Co.vendish-place, W 

Heath, Phihp Maynard, 5 Devonshire- street, W 

Heath, William Lenton, 90 Cromwell-road, S.W 

Heath erley, Francis, " EndeUion,^^ Rock Ferry, Cheshire 

Heaton, George, 47 Newhall-street, Birmingham 

Helsham, Hector, 11 Warren-road, Bournemouth 

Henderson, Edward Erskine, 20 Queen Anne-street, W 

Henderson, J. H., 8 Auburn-rd., Auburn, Melbourne, Victoria. . 
Henderson, Thomas Bonhote, 28 Walpole-st., Sloane-sq., S.W. . . 

Henry, Edwin, Long Sutton, Lines 

Henr}^, Mitchell, Kyleinore Castle, Co. Galway 

Hepburn, Malcolm Langton, 66 Wimpole-street, W 

Hepworth, Frank Arthur, Woodjie Id-house, Deivsbury, Yorks. . . 
Herbert, Herbert, Lt.-Col. I. M.S., 9 Begent- street, Nottingham. 

Herman, George Ernest, 20 Har ley -street, W , < . . . 


Hewer, Cecil Mackenzie, Glenthorne, Tarporley, Cheshire 

Hewer, Edward S. E., 6 Church-street, Sir atford-on- Avon .... 

Hewer, Joseph Langton, 33 Highbury-neiv-park, N 

Hewetson, John Thomas, 89 Cornwall-street, Birmingham^ .... 
Hewkley, Frank, 19 Lovjer Seymour-street, Bortman-sqxiare, W. 

Hicks, Henry Thomas, 15 Portman-street, W 

Hiorrens, Charles, 52 Brook-street, W 

^ Hill, Alex, Downing College, Cambridge 

Hind, Alfred Ernest, Portland- house, Midvale-road, Jersey .... 

Hind, Wheelton, Roxeth-house, Stoke-on- 7' rent : ^ 

Hine, Hugh FitzNeville, The Ivies, Neivark-on-Trent 

Hine, Montague Leonard, Harpenden, Herts 

Hislop, Walter John Henry, Boulcott- street, Wellington, N.Z., . 

Hobson, Lewis John, 30 Swan-road, Harrogate 

Hogarth, Robert George, 60 Ropewalk, Nottingham 

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Name and Kej*idence. 

TTollaiul, Edmund, 1 Titchjield-terrace, N.W 

fHolmes, Charles, Cotstoold, St. BratiocJx^s, Ilfrncombe 

Iloltliouse, Edwin Ilermus, G Devonshire-street, W 

I loltzmann, Wilfred W./'In/ield/^ Durht/-rd., Ilarrofjate^ Yorks. 

Home, Alfred Lucette, G Church-street, Saffron Walden 

Hooper, John Harward, " Hentherlei/ ,^^ Chisle hurst-road, Sidcuj> 
H Hooper, Sir William Roe, K.C.S.I., 28 b Devonshire-street, W. . 

Hopkins, George Herbert, 3 North-quay, Brisbane, Queensland. 

Hopkins, John, Central London Siek Asylum, Ilendon, N.W. . . 

Horrocks,AVm. Henry, "OaA; Hoi/d," Manninyham-lane, Bradford 

Horsford, Cyril Arthur Bennett, 41 Wimpole-street, W 

Horsley, Sir Victor Alexander Haden, 25 Cavendish-square, W. 

Housman, Basil Williams, Lyyon-house, Cale-green, Stockport. . 

Howard, Robert .Tared Bliss, 31 Queen Amie-street, W 

Howard, Russell John, 10 Weymouth-street, W 

Howat, Robert King, 1 Glenholme-terrace, Middlesbrough .... 

Howell, John, 7 Imperial-square, Cheltenham 

Hewlett, Edmund Henry, 4 Wright-street, Hull 

Howse, Cyril Beresford 

Howse, Sir Henry Greenway, Toiver house, Cudha^n, Sevenoaks 

Howse, Neville Reginald, Y.C., Orange, N.S. W. 

Howse, Percy William Macdowall, 17 Castle-street, Reading . . 

Hudson, Arthur Cyril, Hoy. Lond. Ophth.-hosp., City-rd., E.C. 

Hudson, Ernest, Lt.-Col. I. M.S., Bengal 

Hughes, Edgar Alfred, 12 Welheck-street, W 

Hughes, Ernest Cranmer, Guy^s-hospital, S.E 

Hughes, GeraldSteph.,5o/m//6roA-fi-/?o.?7;., Wandsivorth-com.,^.V^ . 

Hughes, Samuel Henry, 173 Macquarie-street, Sydney, X.S. W. . 

Hugo, Edward Victor, yiaj. I. M.S., c/o Kitig ^ Co., Bombay . . 

Hulke, Sydney Backhouse, Ivy-house, H aimer, Kent 

Humphreys, Frederick William, 44 Addison-gardens, W 

Hunt, Edmund Henderson, Secunderabad, India 

Hunter, Irwin Walter Wm., 151 Collins-street, Melbourne, Vict. 

Hutchinson, Jonathan, 54 Gower-street, W.C 

Hutchinson, Jonathan, jun., 1 Park-crescent, W 

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Ince, Arthur Godfrey, Sturry, Canterbury, Kent Dec. 8, 1898 May 10, 1894 

Ingall, Frank Ernest, Brook-hosp., Shooter'' s-hill, Woohvich, S.E. j June 13,1895 

lonides, Theodore Henry, 25 First Avenue, Brighton Dec. 14, 1893 

Irving, Hamilton, 2 Greenhead-road, Huddersjield June 18, 1908 

Jackson, Arthur, 13 College-hill, Shrewsbury 

Jackson, George, 10 Portland-villas, Plymouth 

Jacobsou, Walter H. A., Lordine-court , Eiohurst, Hawkhurst . 

Jaffrey, Francis, 33 Nottingham-place, A^' 

.Talland, William Hamerton, St. Leonard* s-house, York 

James, David Philip, Sydney -street, Wellington, Neip Zealand. 
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Name and Kesidence. 

James, George Thomas, 45 Wimpole- street, W 

James, H. E. Rhodes, Col. R.A.M.C., 68 Victoria-street, S.W. . 

James, James Thomas, 108 Harley-street, W 

James, John, 37 Culver don-road, Balham, S.W 

James, Robert Rutson, -S"^. George' s-hospital, S.W 

James, William Warwick, 22 Wimpole-street, W 

Jamison, Reginald, 32 Pembroke-road, W 

Jaqiies, Robert, 20 Athenceum-street, Plymouth . 

Jeans, Frank Alex, Gallon, 43 Canning-street, Liverpool 

Jenkins, George John, 7 Welbeck-sti'eet, W 

Jenkins, Herbert Stanley, Si-ngan-fu, Shensi, China 

Jennings, Charles Egerton, Red-house, Great Somerford, Wilts . 

Jennings, John Frederick, 13 John-street, Mayfair, W 

Jessett, Frederic Bowreman, 53 Tipper Brook-street, W 

Jessop, Walter Hamilton Hylton, 73 Harley-street, W 

Johnson, Alfred Edward, Middlesex Hospital, W 

Johnson, Frederick, Kerak, Moab, Palestine 

Johnson, George Lindsa}', 55 Qv£en Anne-street, W 

Johnson, Raymond, 11 Wimpole-street, W 

Johnstone, James, 26 Sheen-road, Richmoyid, Suri'ey 

.lohnstone, Robert James, 14 University-square, Belfast 

Joly, John Swift, "■ Duyibrody,'' Onvell-pk., Rathgar, Co. Dublin 
Jones, xArthur AVebb, 8 c Rue Sta7nbool, Alexandria, Egypt • . 
Jones, Bertraud Seymour, 51 Newhall Street, Birmingham .... 
Jones, David John, Hanbury-road,Pontypool, Monm(m.thshire . . 
Jones, David Llewellyn, 231 King-street, Hammersmith, W. . . 
^Q>\\<d^^djcavci\^^.,^^ Chatsworth ^^ 'NorthEnd-rd.,Golders-gn.^?^ . 
Jones, George David. Edwardes, 39 High-street, Cardigayi .... 
Jones, George Thomas, 14 Telford-avenue, Streatham-hill, S. W. 

Jones, Lawrence, 47 Upper Brook-street, W 

Jones, Martin Llewelyn, 2 Victoria-square, Aberdare, S. Wales 
Jones, Oswald Meredith, 83 Fort-street, Victoi'ia, Br. Columbia 
.Tones, SirP. Sydney, "i7rt/sZ)«c^y," Albyn-rd., Strathjield, Sydney . 

Jones, Robert, Claybury Asylum, Woodford, Essex 

Jones, Sydney, 97 Louisville-road, Upper Tooting, S.W 

Jones, Sydney Harold, 7 Portland-place, W 

Jones, Thomas Caldwell Li tier, 1 Abercromby-square, Liverpool 
Jones, "VVm. Warner, 92 CoUege-st., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. . 

Jordan, John Furneanx, 9 Neichall-street, Birmingham 

Jordan, Thomas Fiirneaux, 10 Ferndale, Teignmouth, S. Devon. 
Joubert de la Ferte, Chas. H., Col. L.M.S., The Ferns, Weybridge 
J owers, Reginald Francis, 55 Brunsimck-scpiare, Brighton .... 
Juier,Henry Edward, 23 Cavendish-square, W 

^Keatinge, Henry Pottinger, Kasr-eUAiny-house, Cairo 

•IKeegan, I), F., East India Unit. Serv. Club, 16 St.James''-sq.,'^.'\\[ . 
Keeling, James Hurd, 267 Glossoji-road, Sheffield 


Dec. 10, 1896 
June 12, 1890 
Dec. 10, 1885 
Dec. 14,1865 
Oct. 11,1906 
June 1,1905 
Dec. 12, 1907 
June 11, 1903 
June 13, 1907 
Dec. 11,1902 
June 11,1903 
June 12, 1884 
Dec. 10,1903 
Dec. 10,1874 
Dec. 11,1884 
Dec. 13, 1906 
June 8,1893 
Dec. 11,1884 
Dec. 13,1888 
June 11, 1891 
Dec. 13.1900 
June 13,1907 
May 31, 1900 
June 11, 1903 
Dec. 14,1893 
Dec. 10,1891 
June 12, 1902 
June 14, 1894 
June 10, 1869 
Dec. 11,1902 
Oct. 12,1893 
June 13, 1889 
May 30, 1861 
Dec. 10,1885 
Dec. 11,1856 
June 13, 1889 
June 12, 1902 
June 9,1904 
Dec. 10,1891 
June 14, 1866 
June 13, 1872 
June 14, 1888 
June 12, 1879 


9, 1908 
9, 1891 

Feb. 13,1890 
May 21,1879 
Apr. 22,1879 
July 26, 1847 
Feb. 8,1906 
Nov. 13, 1902 
Oct. 10,1907 
Nov. 8,1900 
Nov. 10, 1904 
Nov. 13, 1902 
Aug. 2,1898 
Apr. 19, 1881 
July 25,1900 
Dec. 28,1859 
July 20,1880 
Aug. 4, 1903 
May 14,1891 
.Jan. 24,1881 
July 31,1885 
July 28, 1890 
Dec. 13, 1900 
June 13, 1907 
Feb. 9,1899 
Nov. 14, 1901 
Nov. 13,1890 
July 19, 1882 
May 10,1894 
Nov. 10,1892 
July 31, 1849 
July 25, 1900 
Feb. 13,1890 
June 27, 1887 
Oct. 29,1858 
May 18, 1883 
Aug. 4,1853 
July 29, 1886 
Nov. 11,1897 
July 25, 1900 
May 14, 1891 
May 2, 1854 
May 5,1868 
Jan. 19,1886 
May 7,1867 

Jan. 24,1883 
July 30,1861 
Aug. 6,1852 



Name and Rcsitloncp. 

Keetley, Charles Robert Bell, 50 (T/'osvefior-sfrerf, W 

Keith, Arthur, 17 Aiibert-pnrk, Ilitjhhury, N 

Kellock, Thomas Herbert, 8 Queen Anne-street, W 

Kelly, (yharles Ernest Mackenzie, Witney, Oxon 

Kelly, Robert Ernest, 24 liodney-street, Livei'pool 

Kelson, AVilliam Henry, 17 Cavendish-place^ W 

Kempe, John Arthur, 40 Franeifi-road, Edyhaston, Birminyhani 
Keser, Jean Samuel, Colafel, Chemin Vinet, Lausanne, Sivitzcrland 

Keyser, Charles Ralph, 40 Queen Atme-street, "W 

Kidd, Francis Seymour, 41 Wimpole- street, W 

Kidd, Hug'h Cameron, Bromsyrom\ Worcestershire 

Killick, Charles, Trinity-house, Maidstone 

Kinder, Alexander, Balclutha, Otayo, New Zealand 

Kinsey-Taylor, Alfred Ernest, 20 Lancaster-gate^ W 

Knapg-s, Robert Lawford, 27 Pai'k-square, Leeds 

Lace, Frederick, 1 The Paragon, Bath 

Lack, Harry Lambert, 48 Harley-street, W 

Lake, Richard, 60 Harley-street, W 

Lakin, Charles Ernest, Middlesex Hospital, W 

Lammiman, Cleland, Elleray, Tunhridge Wells 

Lane, James Ernest, 47 Queen Anne-street, W 

Lane, William Arbuthnot, 21 Cavendish-square, AV 

Lang, William, 22 Cavendish-square, W 

Lan^lands, Francis Henry, 12 Collins-st., Melbourne, Victoria. . 

Langton, John, 20 Bentinck-street, W 

Larkin, Frederic Charles, 54 Rodney-street, Liverpool 

Law, William Tliomas, Gesler-house, Bury St. Edmuyid^s .... 

Lawford, John Bowring, 99 Harley-street, W 

Lawrence, Henry John Hughes, Hon. Brig.-Surg. A.M.S 

Lawrence, Laurie Asher, 9 Upper Winipole-street^ W 

Lawrence, Thomas W. Pelham, 12 North Hill, Highyate, X. . . 

Laws, William George, 3 East-circus-street, Nottinghujn 

Lawsou, Arnold, 12 Harley-street. W 

Lea, Arnold Wm. Warrington, 246 Oxford-road, Manchester . . 

Leaf, Cecil Huntington, 75 Wimpole-street, W 

Leahy, A. W. D., Lt.-Col., 4 Lddesleigh-mans., Caxton-st., S.W. 
Leathes, John Berestbrd, 89 Albert Bridge-rd., Battersea, S.W. 

Lediard, Henry Ambrose, 26 Lowther-street, Carlisle 

Lee, William Edward, Sayithapuram, Muswell-hill-road, N 

Le^^ch, Priestley, King Cross, Halifax, Yorkshire 

Leed ham-Green, Chas. Albert, 9 Neivhall-street, Birmingham . . 

Legg, Thomas Percy, 141 Harley-street, W 

Leicester, J. C. H., Capt. I. M.S., c/o Grindlay Sc Co., Calcutta. . 
Lelean, Percy S.,,c/o Holt^- Co., 3 Whitehall-place 

Lett, Hugh, 48 Queen Anne-street, W 

lievick, Harry Driffield, Wiltoyi-lodge, Middleshorough 


.lime 8, 1870 
Jun« 14, 1894 
.Jiin»' II, \X<)\ 
June 10, 1897 
Dec. 14,1905 
Dec. 14, 1893 
June 14, 1888 
June 12,1884 
Dec. 14, 1899 1 
June 1,1905; 
July 12, 1888 1 

;June 1,1905 
June 18, 19081 

jDec. 13,1888: 
June 12, 1884' 


July 24, 1873 
May 10,1894 
Feb. 12, 1.S9I 
July 30, 1 89 1 
Dec. 14,1905 
Jan. 30, 1885 
Jan. 29,1875 
Apr. 14, 1881 
Aug. 4,1896 
May 14,1903 
June 1,1885 
July 25, 1900 
July 2(), 190(5 
July 29, 1884 
Nov. 14, 1883 

Dec. 12,1895 May 
June 8,1893 Feb. 
I June 12, 1890 .Lan 
June 1,1905 Nov. 
Dec. 9,1880 July 
iDec. 14,1882 May 
jjune 8,1882 Nov. 
j June 12, 1879 Jan. 
Dec. 10, 1891 Nov. 
June 8,1865 Apr. 
Dec. 12,1889 Oct. 
Dec. 20, 1875 May 
Dec. 10,1885 Nov. 
Dec. 13, 1806 1 Apr. 
June 9, 1887 Jan. 
June 12, 1890 1 May 
June 9, 1892 June 
June 8,1893 May 
July 14. 1892 Aug. 
Dec. 12, 1895 July 
Dec. 8,1881 Nov. 
.Tune 14, 1894! May 
June 8,1876 July 
June 10, 1897 May 
June 13, 1889 .Lin. 
Dec. 14,1893 
June 10, 1897 
June 9,1898 
Dec. 14,1899 
June 12, 1902 
June 13,1895 


13, 1890 
29, 1885 
23, 1874 
23, 1885 
1-6, 1852 

22. 1884 
5, 1887 

28, 1890 
27. 1870 

22. 1885 

9, 1895 

7, 1901 



Name and Residence. 

Lewis, Edward John, 74 Hamilton-terrace, N.W 

Lewis, H. Wolseley, County Asylum, Barming Heath, Maidstone 

Ley, John William, Belmont, Newton Abbot 

Lio-at, David, 414 Oldham-road, Newton-heath, Manchester. . . . 
Lilley, Ernest Lewis, Waterloo-gates, New-walk, Leicester .... 
Lininj^ton, William West, 1 Radnor-park-avenue, Folkestone . . 
Lister, A. E. J.,Capt.I.M.S.,c!o T. Cook, Esplanade-rd., Bombay 

Lister, Rt. Hon. Lord, 12 Park-crescent, Portland-place, W 

Lister, Thomas David, 50 Brook-street, W 

Lister, William Tindali, 24 Devonshire-place, W 

Little, Ernest Muirhead, 5 Duchess-street, Portland-place, W. . . 

Little, Louis Stromeyer, 31 Grosvenor-street, W 

Littler, Robert Meredith, 29 Haivkshead-street, Southport 

Littlewood, Harry, 25 Park-sqirare, Leeds 

Lloyd, George Jordan, 22 Broad-street, Birmingham 

Lloyd, Perceval Allen, (5 Victoria-place, Haverfordwest 

Lockett, George Vernon, 57 Duke-street, Kingston, Jamaica . . 

Lockwood, Charles Barrett, 19 TJpper Berkeley-street, W 

Lockyer, Cuthhert Henry Jones, 117fl Harley-street, W 

Longridge, Charles John Nepean, 30 Wimpole-street, W 

^Lovell, Sir Francis Henry, C.M.G., Lond. Sch. Trop. Med., E. 

Low, Vincent Warren, 146 Harley-street. W 

Lowe, Walter George, Burton-on-Trent 

Lowman, William Henville, 4 White-street, Coventry 

June 12, 1890 
June 12, 1902 
June 10, 1875 
Dec. 12, 1907 
June 11, 1903 
Mar. 11,1897 
Oct. 16,1902 
Dec. 9,1852 
June 14, 1894 
June 13, 1895 
Dec. 9,1886 
June 14, 1866 
June 14, 1894 
May 13, 1886 
Dec. 9,1830 
June 14, 1888 
June 13, 1895 
Dec. 8,1881 
June 11, 1896 

Jan. 28,1884 
Feb. 11,1892 
Nov. 17, 1869 
Dec. 12, 1907 
July 27, 1899 
JulV 27, 1893 
.July 25, 1900 
Dec. 9,1852 
Nov. 10,1892 
May 9,1895 
Jan. 21,1880 
Apr. 22, 1862 
Nov. 13, 1890 
Apr. 17,1883 
July 23, 1878 
Aug. 5,1885 
May 9,1895 
Apr. 17,1878 
July 30, 1894 

Dec. 11,1902 May 10,1900 

Lowne, B. Thompson, The Cedars, Cronda.ll, near Farnham 

Luard, Hugh Bixby, Capt. I.M.S., Osmotherley, Northallerton . . 

Lucas, Albert, 9 Easy-rotv, Birmingham 

Lucas, Richard Clement, 50 Wimpole-street, W 

Luce, Richard Harman, 42 Friargate, Derby 

Lucy, Reginald Horace, 9 The Crescent, Plymouth 

Lukis, Charles Pardey, Lt.-Col.LM.S., Medical College, Calcutta 

Lund, Herbert, 22 St. John-street, Manchester 

Lyle, Herbt. Willoughby, '' Eversley,'' Elmf eld-road, Bromley . 
Lvnch, Stephen Frederick, 3 North-Devon-place, Plymouth. . . . 
Lyth, Harold Ash ton, Palertno-house, Mutley-Plain, Plytnouth. . 

MacCallan, Arthur Ferguson, Public Health Dept., Cairo, Egypt 

McCann, Frederick John, 5 Curzon- street, May/air, W 

McCarthy, Jeremiah, 1 Cambridge-place, Victoria-road, W 

McClure, James, 7 St. Loo-mansions, Cheyne-gardens, S.W 

MacDonnell, James O'Malley, Lt.-Col. I. M.S., Bengal 

McGavin, Donald Johnstone, 141 Willis-st, Wellington, New Z. 

McGavin, Lawrie Hugh, 6 Mansfield-street, W 

Macgregor, .loseph Johnston, 69 Splolt-road, Cardiff 

McKenty, Francis Edmund, 408 ^(/mo«tow-s^., Winnipeg, Canada 
Mackenzie, Francis Scobie, All Saints' Vicarage, S. Wimbledon 
Mackenzie, George Welland, 13 William-st., Lozvndes-sq., S.W. 


Apr. 2,1903 
Dec. 14, 1893 
June 10, 1875 
June 20, 1901 
June 19, 1873 
June 10, 1897 
June 11, 1891 
June 8,1871 
Dec. 13,1894 
Dec. 13,1888 
June 12, 1890 
June 9,1887 
June 11, 1903 
May 31,1900 
Dec. 8,1904 

Dec. 14,1899 
Dec. 12,1901 
June 19, 1873 
Dec. 11,1902 
Dec. 9,1880 
Dec. 8,1904 
May 31,1900 
June 11, 1891 
June 13,1907 
June 13, 1907 
Dec. 9,1869 

Nov. 14, 1865 
Feb. 12, 1891 
Jan. 27,1870 
May 10,1900 
May 2,1861 
Aug. 4,1887 
Feb. 9,1887 
Jan. 21,1868 
May 11,1893 
May 4,1886 
Nov. 20, 1879 
July 30, 1885 
July 27, 1893 
Feb. 11,1897 
July 31, 1902 













10, 1900 


29, 1897 




9, 1889 

7, 1907 

13, 1907 

28, 1864 



Name and Residence. 
Mackenzie, John Thomas, I.M.S., Ifillcroft, Kivgston, Ontario. . 

]\[ackenzie, Lewis, Bampton-house, Tiverton, Devon 

Mackern, John, 30 Shooter' a-hiU-road, Blackheath, S.E 

Mackie, Fredc. l*.,Capt.I.M.S.,c/oGrindlaj/,Groom^-Co., Bombay 

WcLai'hhm, Arthur Ronald, Cape Town, South Africa 

INIcLachlan, John, 3 Kehle-road, Oxford , 

]\racLareu, Norman, 23 Portland-sfpiare, Carlisle 

fMacLeod, Alex. Charles, I. M.S., '46 Drai/ion-f/dns., S. Kensington 
MacLeod, Charles Edwd. Alexander, 70 B Ladbroke-grove, W. . 

McMiiUen, William Halliburton, 27 Welbeck-street , W 

Macnab, Allan James, Maj. I. M.S., Bengal | June 11, 1896 1 Jan. 27, 1887 

McNab, Angus, 31 Neio Cavendish-street, W i Dec. 8, 1P04 ! Dec. 8, 1904 

June 9,1870 
Dec. 20, 187o 
June 14,1888 
June 12,1902 
Dec. 12,1901 
Dec. 12, 1889 

Feb. (», ]8o7 
Nov. 1 0,1871 
July 20, 1877 
July 29, 1897 
July 27,1899 
July 24, 188o 

June 11, 1903 Feb. 7,1901 
Aug. 10, 1865 Nov. 13, 1840 
June 13, 189o | July 30, 1891 
June 20, 190r Nov. 10, 1898 

Macnamara, Nottidge C, I. M.S., The Lodge, Chorley-ivood, Herts 

McPherson, Thomas, The Royal United Hospital, Bath 

Madden, Frank Cole, 6 Sharia Deir-el-banat, Cairo 

Mahon, Ralph Bodkin, Ballinrobe, Co. Mayo 

Mahood, Allan Edward, " Standish^'' Grange-rd., Sutton, Surrey 

Maidlow, William Ilarvey, Silver-street, Ilminster 

Maiugay, Henry Bertram^ 33 Queen-street, Scarborough 

Makins, George Henry, C.B., 47 Charles-street, Berkeley-sq., W. 
Malloch, AVm. John 0., 327 College-street, Toronto, Canada . . 

Manders, Horace, 126 Harley-street, W^ 

Manning, Guy Eugene, Eastern Hospital, Homerton, N.E 

I^lannington, Frank, Belmont, Mtiswell-hill-road, N 

Mant, Harold Turley, 3 2suttingham-terrace, York-gate,^ .W . . . 
Marlow, Fredk. Wm.,417 Bloor-st.-io^st, Toronto, Ont., Canada. 

Marriage, Herbert James, 109 Harley-street, W 

Marriott, Cecil Edward, 11 IVelford-road, Leicester 

Marriott, Sir Charles Hayes, Harcourt-house, Kibworth, Leicester 
Marsdin, Frederick, 9 Moat Croft-road, Old Town, Eastbourne . 

Marsh, Frank, 95 Cornwall-street, Birmingham 

Marsh, Frederick Howard, I'he Lodge, Downing Coll., Cambridge 

Marshall, Charles Devereux, 112 Harley-street, W 

Marshall, Charles Frederic, 27 Xerc Cavendish-street, W 

Marshall, James Cole, 36 Albion-street, W 

Marson, Francis Herbert, Eastgate, Stafford 

5]Marston, Jeffery Allen, C.B., 56 Xecern-square, S.W 

Martin, Albert Edward, Surrey-chambers, Perth, W. Australia . 
Martin, Christopher, Cleveland-house, George-road, Edgbaston. . 

JunelO, 1875 Apr. 17,1854 
Dec. 12,1907 July 27,1905 
Mar. 10, 1898 j Nov. 12, 1896 
June 11, 1896 June 11, 1896 
June 14, 1894 1 Nov. 13, 1890 
Feb. 10, 1893 , July 30, 1891 
June 11, 1896 j Nov. 9, 1893 
Dec. 12,1878 July 22,1875 

June 14, 1906 
June 13, 1878 
Dec. 9, 1897 
Dec. 14,1899 

Feb. 8,1906 
Nov. 16, 1875 
Nov. 9,1893 
July 29, 1897 

Dec. 13, 1906 ; July 28, 1904 
June 11, 1903 I May 8,1902 
June 12, 1902 i Feb. 11,1 897 
Dec. 8,1904 Feb. 13,1896 

Nov. 24, 1859 
June 12, 1863 
Dec. 13, 1883 
June 14, 1866 
Dec. 8 1892 
June 8,1893 
Dec. 10,1903 
June 13, 1895 
Apr. 12,1888 
Dec. 9,1897 

Apr. 20, 1858 
Mar. 2,1859 
Apr. 24,1877 
June 3,1861 
July 2S, 1890 
May 9,1889 
Nov. 8,1900 
Nov. 10,1892 
July 28, 1854 
Nov. 14, 1889 

Dec. 10, 1891 1 Nov. 12,1891 

Martin-Leake, Arthur, V.C, " Marshalls^ Ware, Herts | June 1 1, 1903 \ Nov. 10, 1898 

Masina, Hormasji Manekji, Clare-road, Byculla, Bombay June 9, 1898 June 9, 1898 

'Mai.sieYmw[i,'Evi\Q$,t^m.(jim'Tiiij, English Miss. Hasp., Jerusalem Jan. 14,1892 Feb. 12,1891 

Maurice, James Blake, Marlborough, Wiltshire Nov. 25, 1864 Apr. 10, 1861 

Maxwell, John IVeston, E. P Mission, Engchhun, Amoy, China Dec. 9,1897 Feb. 13,1896 

Maxwell, Richard Drummond, 41 Wwipole-street, W Dec. 12, 1907 July 29, 1907 

Maxwell, Wm. Henry, P.O. Box 473, Johannesburg, Transvaal. \ Dec. 10, 1903 Nov. 2, 1899 

May, Bemiett, 93 Cormcall-street, Birmingham June 8, 1876 _ Jar:. 23, 1868 




Name and Residence. 

May, Edward Hooper, T'ottenham-hic/h-o'oss, N 

May, George, The Warren, Caver^ham, Reading 

Maynard, Edwin, 03 St. Jatnes's-sfreef, S.W 

Maynard, Fredc. Pinsent, Zt.-CoI.I.M.S., Grindlay ^' Co., Calcutta 

Mayo, Thomas Alfred, 6 Parade, Cowes, Isle of Wight 

Mayou, Marmaduke Stephen, 46 Weymouth-street. W 

Mead, John Clarke, " JVanrfoi'd," Clarendon-road, Waif or d . . 

Melsome, William Stanley, 29 Circus, Bath . 

Mercier, Charles Arthur, 34 Wimpole-sfreet, W 

^Meredith, Wm. Appleton, Little Massingham Manor, Kings Lynn 

3Iichell, Robert "Williams, 3 Trinity-street, Camhridge 

Michels, Ernst, 48 Finshury-square, E.C 

Middlehro, Thomas Holmes, Oweii Sound, Ontario. Canada. . . . 

Miles, William Ernest, 3 Tipper Win^ pole-street, W 

Milles, Walter Jennings, Shanghai, China 

Mills, George Percival, Great Barr, nr. Birnmighani 

Mills, Yarnold Hubert, Hill-street, Haverfordwest 

Milne, Robert, London Hospital, E 

Mihvard, Frederic ^^ictor, 91 Corn wall-street, Birmingham . . . . 

Miskin, Leonard John, Slade-house, Kennington-road, S.E 

Modi, Shapurji Ilormasji, Apollo Hotel, Bombay 

Moffat, Hemy Alford, 118 Neic Church-street, Cape Toicn .... 

Mole, Harokl Frederic, 19 Mortimer-road, Clifton, Bristol .... 

JMoles worth, Theodore Henderson, St. Margarefs-at-Cliffe, Borer 
Mollison, Wm. Mayliew, Warden''s House, Gut/s Hospital, S.E. 
Montgomery, William Percy, lo St. John-street, Manchester . . 
]Moon, Archibald Trevor, ^' Kynance," Fark-lane, Wallington . . 
jMoon, Robert Henry, 160 Nonoood-road, West Norivood, S.E. . 
Moore, Clitibrd Arthur, South-lodge, Druid Stoke, nr. Bristol . . 
Moore, Robert Foster, 43 Chesterton-rd., Chesterton, Cambridge. 
Moore, Walter William, Public Hospital, Napier, New Zealand 

Moorshead, Robt. Fletcher, 87 Palace-rd., Biixton, S.W 

Moreton, James Earl, Eirlscroft, Kelsall, Chester 

Morgan, John Hammond, C.V.O., 68 Grosvenor- street, W 

Morison, James Rutherford, 1 Claremont-pl., Newcastle-on-Tyne 

Morland, Charles Henry Huncan, Swatow, China 

Morley, Arthur Solomon, 29 Gower-street, W.C. . . 

Morlevj Edward John, R.N,, Admiralty, 22 Spring-gdus., S.W. 

Morris, Charles Arthur, C.V.O., 28 Chester-square, S AV 

Morris, Plenry, 8 Cavendish-square, W 

Morrison, Jas. Thos. Jackman, 3 Gt. Charles-street, Birmingham 

3Iors(^, Thomas Herbert, 41 All Saints-green, Norwich 

]\Ioitimer, John Desmond E., 15 ^S';;, Leon(irds-terr., Chelsea,S.W. 

Mortimer, Wm. Graddon, Martin, ?iear Lincoln 

Morton, Andrew Stanford, 138 Harley-street, W 

Morton, Charles Alexander, 14 Vyvyan-terrace, Clifton, Bristol 

Moss, William Boyd, Sutton Court, Chim-uk, W 


Dec. 11,1856 
Dec. 11,1851 
Dec. 12,1907 
Dec. 13, 1900 
Dec. 13,1900 
Dec. 12,1901 
June 13, 1907 
Dec. 10,1896 
June 13, 1878 
Apr. 8, 1897 
June 13, 1895 
June 8,1893 
May 31, 1900 
Feb. 8,1894 
Dec. 9, 1880 
July 30, 1908 
Dec. 13,1894 
Dec. 13,1906 
May 31,1900 
Dec. 9,1897 
July 27,1899 
Dec. 8,1892 
Dec. 10, 1903 
June 14, 1906 
June 8,1893 
Dec. 8,1904 
June 10, 1858 
June 18, 1908 
Dec. 13,1906 
Dec. 13,1906 
June 11, 1903 
Dec. 14,1865 
June 8,1870 
Dec. 11,1890 
Dec. 9,1897 
Dec. 11,1902 
June 11, 1891 
June 14, 1888 
June 19, 1873 
Dec. 13,1883 
Dec. 11,1884 
Dec. 12,1889 
June 14, 1906 
June 14, 1888 
Dec. 12, 1889 
May 15,1856 

Apr. 21,1854 
Dec. 11,1851 
Feb. 13,1896 
Apr. 28,1885 
Nov. 10, 1898 
July 29,1897 
May 11,1905 
Dee. 10, 1896 
July 28, 1874 
July 27, 1871 
June 13,1895 
July 30, 1891 
Nov. 2,1899 
July 30,1891 
.luly 27,1877 
May 10, 1906 
Feb. 12,1891 
July 28, 1904 
Feb. 27, 1895 
May 9,1895 
Nov. 11,1897 
May 9,1895 
Nov. 13, 1890 
Nov. 12, 1896 
Nov. 10, 1904 
Nov. 12,1891 
Feb. 12,1903 
Mar. 31, 1854 
May 14,1903 
May 12,1904 
Nov. 9,1905 
May 11, 1899 
Apr. 11,1853 
July 23, 1872 
Dec. 11,1890 
Nov. 8,1888 
July 27, 1889 
Jan. 21,1879 
July 19, 1882 
Apr. 25, 1866 
Jan. 24,1879 
Nov. 20, 1879 
.Tan. 20,1882 
July 29, 1895 
July 23, 1874 
Nov. 17,1881 
Apr. 1,1853 



Name and Residence. 
JMotliersole, Robert Devereiix, 128 St. Georf/rs-road, Bolton . . 

Moullin, Charles William Mansell, 69 Wiinj)oh'-.-^t)y^('t, W 

]Mo}'niliau, Berkeley (ieorge Andrew, 3(3 Park-nqiuive, Lcefh . . 

Mulroney, Thomas Richard, Lieut. -Col. I. M.S., Uenyul 

Mum ford, Wilfred George, 18 The Circus, Bath 

Miinimei-y, John Percy Locldiart, 10 Cuv&ndish-placc, W 

jMundy, Herbert, 102 Florida- road, Durban, Xatal 

Murphy, James Keogh, 9 Weymouth-street, W 

Murray, Geo. A. Everitt, Rand Chib, Johannosbury, S. Africa . . 

Murray, John, 110 Harleij-dreet, W 

Murray, Robert William, lo liodney-st reet , Liverpool 

Muso-rove, James. University, St. Andreics, N.B 

Muspratt, Charles Drummond, 11 Madeira-road, Bournemouth. . 

Myler, John William, Whitchurch^ Cardiff 

Mylvaganam, Henry Bailey, Victoria Hosp., Banyahre, India. . 

Nairn, Robert, Hastinys, Xapier, Keio Zealand 

Nail, John Frederick, '' Rahcre," Clayjield, Brisbane, Queensland 

Nance, Henry Chester, 55 St. Giles' -plain, Norwick 

Napier, Francis Horatio 

Nash, W^alter Giftbrd, 1a De Pary' s-ave7iue, Bedford 

Ne3field,V. B., Capt.LM.S.,Grindlay^-Co.,oWarliament-st.,^. W. 
Nettleship, Edward, Nutcomhe-liill, Hindhead, lla^lemere .... 
Newbolt, George Palmerston, 42 Catharine-street, Liverpool . . 
Newby, Charles Henry, 14 Broad- park-avenue, llfraconibe .... 

Newby, Gervase Edward, 12 Addisconibe-road, Croydoii 

Newland, Henry Simpson, 3 N. -terrace, Adelaide j S. Australia . 
Newland-Pedley, Frederick, 22 Wil/oic-rd., Kampslead, X.W.. . 

Newman, John Campin, JVindhill, Bishops Stortford 

Newton, Robert E., Palace-court,St.Georyes-terr., Perth, W.Aust. 

Nicholls, James, Treke7miny-house, St. Columb, Cormcall 

Nichols, William Robson, 295 Edmonton-st., TJ'innipcy, Canada 

Nicol, Burton Alexander 

Nitch, Cyril Alfred Rankin, 69 ITar ley-street, W 

Noall, Wm. Paynter, Club-chambers, York 

Noon, Leonard, yianor-road, Parncombey Godalminy 

Norbury, l^iouel Edward Close, St. Thomas's Hospital, S.E. . . 

Norman, Frederick, o Holland-road, Brixton, S.W 

Norton, Arthur Trehern, C.B., LeyJieUh Wood, Ashamp^ftead . . 
i^Nourse, W. E. Charles, Xorfolk-lodye, Thurlow-road, Torquay . 
Nunu, Thomas William, 27 York-terrace, York-gate, X.W. 
Nuthall, Alex. Wathen, 3 Calthorpe-rd., Edybaston, Birminyhani 
Nutt, Harold Rothery, Capt. I. M.S. 

Odell, William, Ferndalc, Torquay 

Odg-ers, Paul Norman Blake, 16 Castelian-street, Northampton . 

Ogilvie, Fergus Monteith, 72 Woodstock-road, O.rford 


Dec. 11,1800 
Dec. 12,1878 
Oct. 9, 1890 
May 31, 1900 
June 11, 1903 
May 31,1900 
Dec. 14,1899 
June 20, 1901 
Dec. 8,1887 
Dec. 11,1890 
Dec. 12, 1889 
June 8,1893 
June 11,1885 
Dec. 10, 1903 
June 1,1905 

Dec. 10, 1891 
Dec. 10, 1896 
June 11, 1891 
June 12, 1890 
Dec. 10,1891 
Oct. 13,1904 
Dec. 8, 1870 
Apr. 12, 1888 I 
Dec. 9,1880' 
Dec. 13,1894 
June 8,1899 
June 11, 1885 
June 12, 1902 
June 20, 1901 
June 11, 1868 
Dec. 12,1901 
June 11, 1903 
June 12, 1902; 
June 14, 1906 
June 1,1905 
Mar. 14,1907 
June 1,1905 
June 13, 1867' 
Mar. 11,1857 
May 23,1857 
Oct. 13, 1898 j 
Jan. 16,1902' 

I Member. 

Feb. 9,1888 

Aug. 2,1870 

, Nov. 10, 1887 

I Jan. 18,1880 

:May 9,1895 

Nov. 2,1899 

! May 13, 1897 

I May 10, 1894 

'Apr. 28,1884 

Jan. 17, 18«7 

Apr. 28,1884 

May 9,1889 

July 30,1884 

July 29, 1895 

Feb. 12,1903 





A ug, 

J>2, 1886 
28, 1890 

8, 1880 
26, 1885 
. 4,1887 
, },UK)l 
22, 1885 
22, 1873 
29, 1897 

10, 1901 


10, 1904 
2S, 1886 
30, 1341 
18, 1846 
14, 1895 


Dec. 14, 1870 Nov. 13, 1872 
June 11, 1903 ! Feb. 13, 1902 
June 8, 1899 ' July 29, 1888 



Name and Residence. 

O'Hea, James Patrick, 121 liushey-green, Cat ford 

Olive, Eustace J. P., IJlli7i(jton-lod</e, Kenilworth-rd.^ Leamington 
O'Meara, E. J., Capt. I.M.S.^ Mirzapur, United Provinces, India 
Openshaw, Thomas ITorrocks, C.M.G., 16 Wimpole-street, W. . . 

Ormond, Artliur William, 37 Queen Anne-street,V\ 

Orton, George Hunt, 7 Campden-hill-road, Kensington, W 

Osborn, Samuel, Datchet, near Windsor 

Ouston, Thomas George, 1 Saville-place, Newcastle-on-Tyne .... 
Owen, Edmund, 64 Great Cumherkmd-place, W 

Paddle, James Isaac, Rose Hill, Mauritius 

Page, Charles Max, 4 Carlgle-mansions, Chegne-walk, S.W. . . 

^Page, Frederick, 20 Victoria-square, Neiocastle-oti~Tyne 

Page, Harry Marmaduke, 14 Grenville-place^ S.W 

Page, Herbt. Wm., Hinton Bluett Manor, Temple Cloud, Bristol 

Paget, Stephen, 70 Karleif-street, W 

Paling, Albert, 178 Horningloic- street , Burton-on-Trent 

Pantin, Chas. Satchell, 1 Alhert-terrace, Douglas, Isle of Man. . 

Paramore, Hichard Horace, 2 Gordon-square, W.C 

Pardee, John George, 77 Wimpole-street, AV 

l*arker, Arthur Percy, 2 Holyivell, Oxford, 

Parker, Frederick Henry, ^^ Bicknor,^^ Suffolk-square, Cheltenham 

Parker, Rushton, 59 Bodney-street, Liverpool 

Parkin, Alfred, 24 Albion- street, Hull 

I'arkin, Alfred, 8 Abbey-terrace, Gateshead- on- Tyne 

Parkinson, John Porter, 57 Wimpole-street, W 

Parry, Albert Alexander, Bockhampton, Queensland 

Parry, Leonard Arthur, 83 Church-road, Hove 

Parsons, Frederick Gymer, 2 Guibal-road, Lee, S.E 

Parsons, John Herbert, 27 Wimpole-street, W 

Paterson, Herbert John, 9 Upper Wimpole-street, AV 

Paterson, William Bromfield, 7a Manchester-square, W 

Patou, Edward Percy, 53 Queen Anne-street, W 

Paton, Leslie Johnston, 1 Spatiish-place, W 

Patterson, Norman, 79 Wi^npole-street, W 

Paul, Frank Thomas, 38 Bodney-street, Liverpool 

Paul, Samuel Ch^Wxah, Bao Mahal, Ward-place, Colombo^ Ceylon 
Pearse, Thomas Frederick, c o Thos. Cook 4' Son, Calcutta .... 

Pearson, Charles Yelverton, 1 Sidney-place, Cork 

Pearson, Maurice Grey, '' Clevel ind,^^ Moore-rd., Durban, J^ atal . 

Pendlebury, Herbert Stringfellow, 44 Brook-street, W 

Pendred, Vaughan, Lansdowne-place, Coventry 

Penhall, John Thomas, Broadwas-on-Teme, Worcester 

Pennell, (jeorge Herbert, Lomas de Zamora, Buenos Aires .... 

Pennell, Theodore Leighton, Bannu, Bunjab, India 

Pepper, Augustus Joseph, 13 Wimpole-street, W 

I'erkins, Herbert ^^'ilber force, The Oaks, Harrow-on-the- Hill . . 


June 11, 1896 
Dec. 8,1892 
June 12, 1902 
Dec. 9,1886 
Dec. 8,1898 
June 13, 1867 
June 8,1876 
June 14, 1894 
Dec. 12, 1872 

June 10, 1880 
June 18, 1908 
Apr. 5,1900 
Dec. 9,1886 
Dec. 14, 1871 
June 11,1885 
June 11, 1896 
Dec. 13, 1894 
June 13, 1907 
June 12, 1902 
Dec. 11, 1902 
Dec. 8,1904 
Dec. 12, 1872 
June 12, 1890 
June 9,1904 
Dec. 11,1890 
July 10, 1890 
June 11, 1896 
June 13, 1889 
Dec. 13,1900 
June 10, 1897 
May 13, 1886 
Apr. 7,1892 
June 12, 1902 
Dec. 14,1905 
June 13, 1878 
Dec. 12, 1901 
June 14, 1888 
June 10, 1886 
Dec. 9,1897 
Dec. 9,1897 
Dec. 10, 1896 
Dec. 11,1873 
Dec. 12,1889 
Oct. 13, 1892 
June 8,1876 
June 13, 1907 

July 29, 1895 
Nov. 14, 1889 
Nov. 14, 1901 
Jan. 17,1882 
Aug. 4,1896 
May 6,1863 
Jan. 26,1871 
July 30,1891 
May 19, 1868 

Apr. 24,1880 
Feb. 8,1906 
May 6,1868 
Jan. 27,1885 
Nov. 16,1869 
July 23, 1883 
May 12,1892 
Feb. 9,1893 
July 25,1900 
May 9,1895 
Dec. 11,1902 
May 12, 1904 
Apr. 20, 1869 
Aug. 2,1888 
Oct. 16,1902 
May 10, 1888 
June 14,1888 
May 10, 1894 
Jan. 27,1886 
Nov. 12,1891 
Nov. 10, 1892 
Apr. 19,1882 
Aug. 1,1889 
May 8,1902 
Dec. 14, 1905 
July 22, 1873 
July 25, 1900 
Apr. 16,1878 
June 10, 1886 
May 9,1895 
Nov. 12,1896 
Nov. 9,1893 
Apr. 23, 1855 
Aug. 2,1888 
Nov. 13,1890 
May 19,1875 
Feb. 9, 1904 



Name and Residence. 

Perks, Robert Howell, FermJUde, Paujnton, Devon 

Permewan, William, 7 Rodney-street^ Liverpool 

Pern, Alfred, Botley, Southampton 

Perrin, Thomas, 4 Violet-terrace, Seaton, Devon 

Perry, Francis Frederic, Lt.-Col.I. M.S., Med. Coll., Lahore, Punjab 

Peters, li^dwin Arthur, r)'2 Wimpole-street, \V . . . 

Pettey, Tom, 93 South-street, Eastbourne 

Phillips, Llewellyn C. Powell, Savoy -cJiambers, Cairo 

Phillips, Miles Harris, 342 Glossop-road, Shejfield 

Pick, Thomas Pickering, " The Nook,'^ Gt. Bookham, Surrey . . 

Pickard, Ransom, 31 East Southernhay, Exeter 

Pickering, Charles Frederick, 13 Berkeley-square, Bristol 

Piei'point, Harry, Lt. I. M.S. 

Pigeon, Henry Walter, 6 Albion-street, Hull 

Pilcher, E. U.,D.S.O.,Maj.B.A.M.C.,c/o Sir C.Macgrigor ^ Co. 

Pilcher, Jesse Griggs, Col. I. M.S., 133 Gloucester-road, S.W. . . 

Pilgrim, Herbert Wilson, Lt.-Col. I. M.S., Bengal 

Pinch, A. E. Hayward, Capt. LM.S., 22 Chenies-street, W.C.. . 

Pisani, Lionel John, Lt.-Col. I. M.S., Bengal 

I'itts, Arthur Gentry, Christchurch, New Zealand 

Pitts, Bernard, 109 Harley-street, W 

Plaskitt, Joshua, 25 Chapel-street, Belgrave-square, S.W 

Piatt, Jn. ?]dwd., Northern Assurayice-bldgs.,Albert-sq., Manch. 

Piatt, Walter Brewster, 802 Cathedral-st., Baltimore, U.S.A.. . 

Playfair, Hugh James Moore, 7 Upper Brook-street, W 

Plowman, Sidney, The Tofts, Frankston, Victoria 

^Plo Wright, Charles Bagge, Kiiig's Lynn, Norfolk 

Poland, John, Home-cottage, Seal, Kent 

Pollard, Bilton, 24 Harley-street, W 

Pollard, Charles, 23 Foregate-street, Worcester 

Pollard, Herbert Dean, Harpur-place, Bedford 

Pollock, Edward James, 20 York-terrace, Regent^ s-park, N.W. . 

Pomfret, Henry Waytes, HollingwoHh, Cheshire 

Potter, Henry Percy, Kensington Infrmary, Marloes-road, W. . 

Powell, William, Hill-garden, Torquay 

Powell, William Wyndham, 17 Cavendish-place, W 

Power, D' Arcy, 10 a Chandos-street, W 

Power, Henry, Bagdale-hall, Whitby, Yorks 

1|Po%ver, William Henry, C.B., Glenbrook, Greenhithe, Kent .... 

Prain, John Leay, Casilla 1213, Valparaiso, CJiUe, S. America. . 

Preston, Chas. H., Haddon-lodge, Washivay-rd., Sale, Cheshire . . 

Price, Henry James, Maldon, Essex 

Pringle, James Hogarth, 172 Bath-street, Glasgow 

Pritchard, Urban, 26 Wimpole-street, W 

Pronger, Charles Ernest, East Parade, Harrogate 

Prowse, Arthur Bancks, 5 Lansdown-place, Clifton, Bristol .... 

Pryce, Harold Vaughan, 104 Bethune-rd., Stamford-hill, X 


June 12,1884 
Dec. 12 
Dec. 9! 


Dec. 12 
June 1 1 
June 12 
Dec. 9 
Dec. 10 
Dec. 13 
June 9 
June 10 
June 1 
June 11 
June 1 
Dec. 9 
Dec. II 
Dec. 10 
Dec. 12 
June 11 
Aug. 6 
June 13 
Dec. 10 
Dec. 13 
Dec. 14 
Dec. 10 
Apr. 13 
June 8 
June 9 
Dec. 14 
Dec. 8 
June 11 
Dec. 10 
Dec. 12 
June 8 
Dec. 13 
Dec. 1 
Apr. 10 
June 9 
Dec. 8 
June 9 
June 9 
Dec. 12 
June 1 1 
Dec. 14 
June 20 


July 26, 1881 
July 22,1880 
Apr. 25,1867 
Feb. 9,1899 
Aug. 1,1876 
Nov. 8,1894 
July 30, 1894 
July 30, 1894 
Nov. 8,1900 
July 29,1862 
Feb. 12,1889 
May 18,1876 
July 31,1902 
Jan. 25,1883 
June 1,1905 
Apr. 13, 1860 
Jan. 28,1884 
May 10, 1894 
Jan. 21,1886 
Nov. 14, 1901 
Jan. 29,1875 
May 21,1855 
Aug. 2,1888 
Apr. 19, 1881 
July 31, 1890 
Apr. 21, 1884 
July 29, 1870 
May 20, 1879 
Nov. 19, 1879 
Jan. 22,1886 
July 27,1899 
July 30, 1863 
Apr. 19, 1881 
Apr. 20, 1875 
Apr. 11,1861 
Aug. 2,1888 
Jan. 18,1882 
May 9,1851 
Jan. 26,1864 
Nov. 8,1894 
July 28, 1890 
May 14, 1896 
Aug. 2,1888 
July 20, 1869 
Jan. 27,1876 
July 25, 1877 
Feb. 9,1899 



NanDG and Eesidence. 
Purvis, William Prior, 14 Carlton Crescent, Southampton .... 

^Puzey, Cliaimcy, 71 Rodney-street, Liverpool 

Tye-Smith, Cha.T\esD.,Bel(/rave-house,NeivNorth-7-d,IluddersJield 
Pye-Smith, Rutherfoord John, 450 Glossop-road, Sheffield .... 

Quicke, William Henry, Lt.-Col. I.M.S., J. J. Hosp{t(d, Bombay 

Railton, Thos. Carleton, 9 Moorjield-rd., West Didshury, Manch. 
Rake, Alfred Theodore, 58 Delancey-street, Reyent's-parh, N.W. 

Ralston, Robert Gow, Johannesburg, Transvaal 

Rand, John, " Felhvstoive,^^ Lovelace-road, Surbiton 

Rand, Richard Frank, -30 Bw-y-street, St. James's, S.W 

Randall, ^lartin, The Lodge, J^eopold-road, Wmbledon . ....... 

Ransford, Thomas David, 6 Queen-square, Bath 

^Rim&o\\o^,^osQ^\i,lS)W. Seventh-street, Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A. 
Rattray, Patrick Whyte, 17 Pemberton-gdns., Upper Holloioay 

Rawes, William, St. Luke's Hospital^ E.C 

Rawling, Louis Bathe, 10 Montagu-street, W 

Rawlinson, Frederick Juland, Stuart House, Boynor 

Ray, John Howson, 11 St. John-street, Manchester 

Rayner, David Chas., ^ Lansdowiw-pl., Victoria-sq.,Clifton, Bristol 

Rayner, Edwin, 19 Tiviot Dale, Stor-kport 

Rayner, Henry Herbert, Royal Infirmary, Manchester 

Rayner, Herbert Edward, Har court-house, Candierley 

Redfern, Peter, Templepatrick-house, Donaghadee, Belfast .... 
Redmayne, Thomas, 13 Warrior-square, St. Leonards-on-Sea . . 

Rees, William Arthur, The Parade, Swanage, Dorset 

tReid, James, 12 Lotver Bridge-street, Canterbury 

Reid, Robert William, 37 Albyn-place, Aberdeen 

Rendall, John, Forest-side, Lymington, Hants 

Rennie, G. Campbell, 72 Chapman-street, N. Melbourne, Victona 
Richards, Owen William, Chareh-el-Cherifein,. Cairo, Egypt . . 

Richards, William Hunter, 7 Har ley-street, W 

Richards, William Jones, Brynhyfryd, Aberavon 

Richardson, SW^m.F., Bd. of Executors Chambers, Wale-st., Cape T. 
Richardson, Wm. George, 19 Saville-row, Newcastle-on-Tyne . . 

Richmond, Charles Ernest, 31 Bold-street, Warrington 

Ridewood, Harold Edward, Poplar-hospital, E 

Ridge, Edwyn Manners, 44 Welbeck-street, W 

Ridley, Georg-e Walter, 6 Ellison-place, Newcastle-on-Tyne .... 

Ridley, Nicholas Charles, 27 Horse-fair-street, Leicester 

Ridout, Chas. Arch. Scott, 37 a Clarendon-road, Southsea 

Rigby, George Owen, Jenninf s-street, Kyneton, Victoria 

Rigby, Hugh Mallinsou, 24 Queen Anne-street, W 

Riley, Francis, 2 Culverden-gardens, Tunbridge Wells 

Riley, Frederick Ratcliffe, Dunedin, New Zealand 

Rischbieth, Harold, London Hospital, E 


June 14, 1894 
Apr. 12, 1894 
Dec. 14,1905 
June 10, 1875 

Dec. 10,1896 

June 13, 1872 
Mar. 8,1894 
Dec. 14, 1899 
Dec. 9, 1809 
Dec. 13, 1883 
Dec. 12,1895 
.Tune 8,1870 
June 14, 1877 
June 14, 1888 
Dec. 13, 1888 
May 31,1900 
June 9,1892 
June 11, 1896 
June 11, 1896 
Aug. 12, 1809 
June 13, 1907 
.Tune 11, 1891 
Aug. 7,1851 
June 13, 1889 
Dec. 8,1904 
May 11, 1870 
JuDB 9,1881 
June 14, 1877 
Nov. 13, 1890 
June 1,1905 
June 12, 1902 
Dec. 13, 1900 
July 9,1890 
June 12, 1890 
June 9,1887 
June 14, 1900 
Dec. 11,1902 
June 12, 1890 
Dec. 12,1895 
June 9,1904 
June 14, 1894 
May 31,1900 
June 8,1899 
Dec. 10,1896 
June 18, 1908 

July 30, 1891 
July 31, 1863 
Aug. 4,1903 
July 26, 1871 

July 26, 1880 

Jan. 20,1809 
May 14,1891 
May 13,1897 
Mar. 12, 1858 
Dec. 13, 1883 
Aug. 1,1892 
Jan. 22,1873 
Apr. 24, 1877 
June 14, 1888 
Aug. 3,1885 
Aug. 4,1890 
Nov. 12, 1891 
July 30, 1894 
May 12, 1892 
Apr. 21, 1808 
June 13,1907 
Oct. 23,1885 
Aug. 18, 1843 
Apr. 22, 1886 
July 31, 1902 
Aug. 4,1843 
June 9,1881 
Apr. 20,1874 
Feb. 12,1889 
May 8, 1902 
June 12, 1902 
Feb. 11, 1897 
July 27, 1893 
Aug. 4,1887 
Jan. 28, 1876 
Nov. 14, 1901 
July 25,1900 
Jan. 21,1884 
May 10, 1888 
Nov. 2,1899 
May 10,1894 
Feb. 7,1895 
July 29, 1895 
July 28,1890 
Mav 14,1903 



Naiiio and Residence. 

Riviere, Bernard Beryl, 82 Finc.hlt'ij-rond, X.W^ 

Roberts, Charles, 15 St. John-street, Manchester 

Roberts, Charles Tlubert, 21 Welhecli-st reef , W 

Roberts, Geo. Augustus, 9 Tanuir-sfreet, Stohcj Devonport . . . . 

Roberts, James Alexander, Canada 

Roberts, .las. Re id, Maj. I. M.S., Indore, C.I., India 

Roberts, .John Lloyd, 08 Itodney-street, Liverpool 

Robertson, Carrick Hey, Waihi, Auckland, Neio Zealand . . . . 
Robinson, Frederick William, 4 2S'^ew North-road, Hnddersfield. 
Robinson, Gerald Chus. Fredk., 2 Mutley-pk.-tei'r .^ Plymouth. . 

Robinson, llen)'y Jietham, 1 Upper Wim/wle-street, W 

Robinson, James Frederick, 105 Fark-lanC) Croydon 

Robinson, William, Carltoji-house, Sunderland 

Robsou, Arthur William Mayo, 8 Fark-cresce7it, W 

Rochfort-Brown, Herbert, 280 Loop-st., Pietermardzbury, Natal. 
Rodocanachi, Ambrose John, Grosvenor-square, Stalyhridye, . . . 

Rof^ers, James 3Iacdonald, Royal Navy 

Rogers, Leonard, Maj. I. M.S., Medical College, Calcutta 

Roll, Grahame W^intield, 7 Upper Wimpole-street, VV 

Rose, Frank Atcherley, 3 Upper Wiinpole-street, W^ 

Rose, William, 17 Harley-street, W 

Itoss, Daniel McClure, Cedar-lodye, Littledown-rd., Boxmnemouth 

Ross, Frederick Widiani Forbes, 53 Harley-street, W 

^Ross, Ronald, C.B., Maj. I. M.S., The Unicersify, Liveipool. . . . 

Roth, Bernard, 38 Harley-street^ W 

Roughton, Edmund Wilkinson, 38 Queen Anne-street, W 

Roughton, Walter, Cranbourne-house, New Barnet 

Uouillard, Laurent Antoine John, Berea, Durban, Natal 

Rowell, Geor2:e, (3 Cavendish-place, VV 

Rowlands, Robert Pugh, 6 St. Thomas' -street, S.E 

Rowntree, Cecil W^illiam, 5 Wey mouth-court, W 

Roxburgh, Alex. Bruce, 7 Henrietta-street, Cavendish-square, W. 

Roy, Donald Whatley, Haxley, York 

iiundle, Henry, 13 Clarence-parade, Southsea 

Russell, John Dill, Osman-house, P'ortis-green, N 

Russell, Robert Hamilton, 45 Spring-street, Melbourne, Victoria 

Rutter, Francis Burchett, Detces-house, Mere, Wilts 

Rutter, Hubert Llewellyn, 31 West-parade, Newcastle-on-Tyne . 
Ryall, Chai'les, 62 Harley-street, W 

Salter, Charles Edward, 34 Prince of Wales-terrace, Scarborough Dec. 14, 1893 
Sanders, Alfred William, P.O. Box 176, Pi'etoria, Transvaal . . June 8, 1899 

Saudifer, Henry Stephen, 11 Porchester-gardens, W June 9, 1892 

Saneyoshi, ( Viscount j Yasuzumi, 9 Toriiyaka, Azabu, Tokio,Japan June 1 1 , 1885 

Santi, Philip Robert William de, 15 Stratford-place, W Oct. 11, 1888 

Sargent, Percy William George, 67 a Harley-street, W Dec. 13, 1900 

Saunders, Arthur Rich, Kingston, Jamaica I June 10, 1880 


Dec. 13,1900 
Nov. 2,1899 
June 9,1892 
June 11, 1903 
June 9,1904 
Dec. 8, 1887 
June 11, 1891 
Oct. 13,1904 
June 8,1899 
iMar. 14, li)07 
June 9,1887 
June 12, 1902 
Dec. 8,1892 
Dec. 11,1879 
Dec. 14,1893 
June 8,1899 
June 12,1884 
Feb. 10,1893 
June 9,1898 
Dec. 10, 1903 
June 11, 1874 
June 11, 1891 
Dec. 10, 1903 
Apr. 11,1901 
June 13, 1878 
Dec. 9,1886 
June 8,1893 
Dec. 10, 1891 
Dec. 13,1888 
June 20, 1901 
Mar. 9,1905 
Dec. 14,1893 
June 18, 1908 
June 9,1870 
Oct. 13,1898 
June 13, 1889 
June 14,1894 I 
June 14, 1894 ' 
Dec. 10,1896 

Feb. 11,1904 
Aug. 4,1890 
Feb. 12,1889 
Aug. 2,1898 
Feb. 11,1904 
July 28, 1884 
May 10, 1888 
July 31,1902 
Aug. 4,1887 
July 28, 1904 
July 20, 1883 
Feb. 7, 1901 
July 20, 1881 
July 21,1874 
Nov. 12, 1891 
July 25, 1895 
16, 1883 
12, 1891 
26, 1886 
9, 1899 
Apr. 18, 1871 
June 11, 1891 
Apr. 2,1903 
July 30,1879 
July 28, 1874 
Jan. 24,1883 
July 23, 1875 
Dec. 10,1891 
July 30, 1886 
Aug. 4,1896 
May 8,1902 
Nov. 10, 1887 
May 10, 1906 
Apr. 26, 1865 
Aug. 4,1896 
July 30, 1882 
Feb. 11,1892 
Nov. 12, 1891 
Feb. 8,1894 


July 30, 1891 
July 29, 1895 
May 8, 1890 
Jan. 24,1883 
Nov. 24, 1884 
May 4,1898 
July 27,1871 



Name and Residence. 
Saunders, Henry William, 43 Silverdale-road, Eastbourne . . . . 
Savage, Ernest Sraallwood, 133 Edmund- street, Birmiuf/ham . . 
Savage, Thomas Copeland, 27 Princes-street, Auckland, N.Z. . . 
Sawrey, Ernest E. R., Hoi/. Lond. Ophthalmic Hosp.,City-rd., E.G. 

Scharlieb, Herbert Johann, C.M.(t., 149 Harley-street, W 

Scotson, Fredk. C.,Ilich?jiond-house, Ply7nouth-grovt-JV.,Manch. 

Scott, James Andrew Neptune, Wycheproof, Victoria . . 

Scott, Sydney Richard, 46 Queen Anne-street, W 

Scott, Wallace Arthur, 576 Church-street, Toronto, Ont., Canada 

Scrase, Frank Edward, 6 Woodchurch-rd., West-end-lane, N.W. 

fSeccombe, Thomas, R.N., Stockton-house, Tipper Norwood, S.E.. 

Secretan, Walter Bernard, 10 Redlands-road, Reading 

Selby, Edmond Wallace, 13 Hall-gate, Doncaster 

Selby, W^m., D.S.O., Maj. I.M.S., c/o T. Cook, Ludgate-c, E.G. 
Senior, Harold D., 309 Orange-st., Syracuse, New York, U.S.A. 

Sequeira, James Harry, 8 a Manchester-square, W 

Shadbolt, Lionel Pierrepoint, 56 Balliol-road, Bootle, Liverpool. . 
Sharp, Arthur John, Newlyn, Fishpond-drive, Nottingham . . . , 
Shattock, Samuel Geo., 4 Crescent-rd., The Doiois, Wimbledon . 

Shaw, Harold Batty, 7 Devonshire- street, W 

Shearer, Donald Francis, 48 Upper Richmond-rd., Putneij, S.W. 

Sheen, Alfred William, 2 St. Andrew's crescent, Cardiff 

Sheild, Arthur Mar maduke, Neio Univ. Club, St.James's-st., S.W. 

Sherren, James, 40 Devonshire-street, Portland-place, W 

Shillitoe, Arthur, 2 Frederick-place, E.G 

Shillitoe, Buxton, 2 Frederick-place, E.G 

Shorney, Herbert Frank, 9 Princes-square, W 

Short, Arthur Rendle, 21 Tyndall-avenue, Clifton, Bristol .... 
Shuttleworth, G. Buckingham, 62 College-st., Toronto, Canada. . 

Sichel, Gerald T. Sylvester, Vine-house, Sevenoaks 

Sikes, Alfred Walter, 57 Wimpole-street, W 

Simpson, George Gharles Edward, Cotvley-hill, St. Helens^ Lanes. 

Simpson, Graham Scales, 342 Glossop-road, Sheffield 

Sinclair, Thomas, 22 University-square, Belfast 

Skevington, Joseph Oliver, Crescent-lodge, Windsor 

Slater, Ben], H., Holme Top-house , Little Horton-lane, Bradford 

Sloane, John Stretton, 82 London-road, Leicester 

Smith, Gharles Harold, " Moorside,'"' Neston, Cheshire 

Smith, Edward Archibald, 42 Gordon-square, W.G 

Smith, Eustace, 15 Queen Anne-street, W 

Smith, Ferdinand Glarence, Surg. -Maj. I.M.S., Egniore, Madras 

Smith, Frederick John, 138 Hurley-street, W 

Smith, George Frederick Darwall, 30 rj impole-street, W 

Smith, Gilbert, High Down, Hindhead, Surrey 

Smith, Guy Bellingham, 24 ^S"^. Thomas' -street, S.E 

Smith, Hugh, Denvent-house, Hof-st., Cape Toivn, South Africa 

Smith, James, 16 St. John^s-road, Putney-hill, S.W 


Dec. 11,1873 
Dec. 10,1896 
Dec. 12,1901 
Dec. 12, 1901 
June 8,1899 
July 30,1894 
Dec. 10,1896 
Dec. 11.1902 
June 9,1904 
June 11, 1896 
Dec. 8,1864 
Dec. 12,1901 
June 1,1905 
Dec. 13, 1894 
Nov. 14,1895 
June 8,1893 
Dec. 8,1887 
June 11, 1896 
Dec. 8, 1881 
Dec. 10,1896 
June 9,1892 
xAlay 10, 1894 
Dec. 13, 1883 
Dec. 13, 1900 
June 13, 1895 
May 31, 1860 
Dec. 12, 1907 
June 18, 1908 
Dec. 11,1902 
June 14, 1894 
Dec. 8,1898 
June 18, 1908 
June 20, 1901 
June 10, 1886 
Dec. 14,1899 
Dec. 10, 1903 
June 13, 1895 
July 9,1908 
May 10,1900 
Dec. 6,1860 
June 8,1893 
Dec. 8,1887 
June 1,1905 
Dec. 14,1899 
June 12, 1890 
June 13, 1889 
Dec. 9, 1897 

! Member. 
Apr, 20, 1869 
May 14, 1896 
Nov. 8,1900 
Dec. 12,1901 
July 30, 1894 
Aug. 1,1893 
July 27, 1893 
July 27, 1899 
Nov. 13, 1902 
July 27, 1893 
May 12,1842 
July 25, 1900 
Aug. 1,1892 
Aug. 1,1892 
Feb. 11, 1892 
May 9,1889 
Aug. 5,1885 
July 27, 1893 
Jan. 25,1876 
July 29, 1895 
May 12,1892 
May 12, 1892 
July 24, 1879 
July 27,1899 
Nov. 9,1893 
July 4,1851 
Dec. 12, 1907 
June 18, 1908 
Feb. 13,1902 
May 12, 1892 
Aug. 4,1896 
Apr. 9, 1908 
July 27,1899 
Apr. 18, 1882 
Feb. 10,1898 
May 11,1899 
May 11,1893 
Jan. 16,1908 
May 14,1896 
Nov. 5,1858 
Apr. 24, 1877 
Apr. 28, 1885 
Feb. 13,1902 
Aug. 4,1896 
June 12, 1890 
Oct. 20,1886 
Feb. 13, 1890 



Name and Residence. 

Smith, Jolin William, '20-') Ilujh-st., Oxford-road^ Manchester . . 
^[Smith, Joseph Priestley, 95 Cormvall-street, Jiinnin(/ham .... 

Smith, Joseph Stanley Kellett, 23 Russell^street, JAverpool .... 

Smith, Samuel M.C.Alfd. Anderson, 'IGarnet-rd., W Hies den, ^. V^ . 

Smith, Sidney Maynard, 1 Spanish-place, W 

Smith, Sir Thomas, l^art., K.C.V.O., 5 Stratford-place, W 

Smith, Thomas Frederick Iluj^h, Farningham, Dartford 

Smith, Thos. lludolph Hampden, 25 Bridge-rd, Stockton-on-Tees 

Smith, A\''m. Johnson, ^^ Hollycroft,''^ Prideaiuv-rd., Eastbourne. 

Smith, William Robert, " Xetherleif/h,''^ Beeston, Nottinyhayn . . 
fSmythe, Lewis, *S'^. Anne''s-house, Leives, Sussex 

Solly, Ernest, Strathlca, Harrogate 

Solly, Reginald Vaughan, 40 West Soidhernhai/, Exeter 

Soltau, Alfred Bertram, 1 Lansdowne-pL, The Hoe, Plymouth. . 

Soiitham, Fredeiick Armitage, 13 St. John-street, Manchester . . 

Sowry, George Herbert, 4 King-street, Neivcastle, Staffs 

^Spanton, William Dunuett, Chatterley-house, Hanley, Staffs. . . 

Spencer, Charles Geo., Mqj. R.A.M.C, 65 The Avenue, Keiv-gdns. 

Spencer, Walter Georgre, 35 Brook-street, W 

Spicer, William Thomas Holmes, 5 Wimpole-street, W 

Spong, Charles Stuart, D.S.O., Maj., Ghezireh, Cairo, Egypt. . . . 

Sprawsou, F. Charles, 7 Lnperial-ter., Claremont-pk., Blackpool. 

Spreat, Frank Arthur, ^'- Clydesdale^"* Oakleigh-pk., Whetstone^. 

Spriggs, Neville Ivens, 26 St. Johns-hill, Shrewsbury 

Spurrell, Charles, Poplar <^ Stepney Sick Asylum, Bromley, E. 

Square, James Elliot, 22 Portland-square, Plymouth 

Stabb, Ewen Carthew, 57 Queen- Anne- street, W 

Stack, Edward H. Edwards, '^An>aler,^' Cliftondoivn-rd., Bristol 

Stanger, William, 7 Bond-street, Wakejield, Yorkshire 

Staveley, William Henry Charles, 24 Shane-gardens, S.W. . . 

Stawell, Rodolph de Salis, Castle Gates, Shrewsbury 

Steedman, John Francis, ^^Arcall,'^ Prentis-rd., Streatham, S.W. 

Steele, Charles. Clifton-villa, Clifton, Bristol 

Steele, Percy Kingsley, 10 Lord-street, Halifax, Yorks 

Steet, George Carrick, 130 King - Henry' s-road, N.W 

Stephenson, Johii, Maj. I. M.S., Jail-road, Lahore, India 

Stevens, Cecil Robert, Maj. I.3I.S., Eden Hospital, Calcutta . . 

Stevens, Thomas George, 8 Wey mouth-street, W 

Steward, Edward Simmons, 10 Princes-square, Harrogate .... 

Steward, Francis James, 125 Har ley-street, W 

Stewart, Geo. Irvine Thompson, County-hall, Ipswich 

Stirling, Edward Charles, C.M.G., Mount Lofty, S. Australia . . 

Stock, Wm. '^i\i?irt\ ., Montr ose-house, Queen^s-rd., Clifton, Bristol 

Stocks, Wm. Percy, 59 Wilmslow-road, Withington, Manchester 

Stone, William Domett, 3 e Maida- Vale-mansions, W 

Stone, William Gream, 93 Demnark-hill, S.E 

Stonham, Charles, C.M.G., 4 Harlcy-street, W 


June 12, 1890 
Apr. II, 1901 
Ai)r. 4, 1895 
May 12,1859 
Dec. 11,1902 
June 10, 1858 
Dec. 14,1882 
Dec. 12,1895 
Dec. 14, 1865 
June 11, 1896 
Jan. 10,1861 
June 14, 1888 
June 12, 1890 
June 12, 1902 
June 14, 1877 
Dec. 8,1898 
Apr. 14, 1898 
June 13, 1895 
June 9,1887 
Dec. 13, 1888 
June 13, 1889 
Mar. 11,1897 
June 1,1905 
Dec. 8,1904 
Dec. 14, 1893 
Dec. 13, 1883 
Dec. 13, 1888 
June 10, 1897 
Dec. 8,1870 
Dec. 11, 1890 
Dec. 14, 1899 
June 11, 1885 
Dec. 9,1869 
Dec. 13, 1906 
Dec. 7,1849 
Dec. 14, 1905 
June 9,1892 
June 13, 1895 
Dec. 12, 1901 
June 12, 1898 
June 14, 1906 
Dec. 10,1874 
Dec. 12,1907 
June 11, 1891 
June 8, 1865 
June 11, 1896 
June 12, 1884 

July 19,1886 
Nov. 12, 1891 
Jan. 22, 1847 
Aug. 2,1898 
July 7,1854 
Aug. 1,1877 
Nov. 10, 1892 
May 9,18(>2 
Ang. 1,1892 
Aug. 16, 1839 
Aug. 4,1886 
Aug. 4,1887 
May 10, 1900 
Apr. 18,1876 
May 9,1895 
July 29, 1862 
Aug. 1,1892 
Aug. 3,1885 
Jan. 24,1884 
Aug. 7,1884 
May 10,1894 
July 30, 1884 
Aug. 4,1903 
Feb. 13,1890 
Nov. 15, 1881 
July m, 1886 
Feb. 11,1892 
Jan. 23, 1867 
Jan, 27, 1886 
Aug. 4,1896 
Nov. 13, 1883 
Nov. 14, 1860 
Nov. 8, 1906 
July 3,1840 
Dec. 14, 1905 
Feb. 13,1890 
July 28, 1890 
Nov. 9,1893 
July 29, 1895 
Nov. 2,1899 
July 23, 1872 
Feb. 10, 1898 
Nov. 10, 1887 
Apr. 10,1861 
Nov. 8,1894 
Nov. 17, 1881 



Name and Residence. 

Strange, Arthur, Warwick-lodge, Kuehivorth 

Street, Ashton, Maj. I. M.S., J. J. Hospital, Bombay 

Stuart-Low, William, 71 Harley-street, W 

StuRser, Israel 

Sutcliffe, William Greenwood, 7 Dalhy-sguare, Margate 

Swain, James, 4 Victoria- squai'e, Clifton, Bristol 

Swain, William Paul, 17 The Crescent, Plymouth 

Swainson, James Middleton GraLam, 9 Welbeck- street, W 

Swan, Russell Henry Jocelyn, 75 Wimpole-street, W 

Sykes, John, 12 Hookstone-road, Harrogate 

Sylvester, George Holden, Lt.-Col. R.A.M.C. 

Syrae, Geo. Adlington, 19 Collins- street, Melbourne, Victoria . . 
Symonds, Charters James, 58 Portland-place, W 

Tait, Henry Brewer, 22 Sunnyside-road, Hornsey-lane, N 

Takaki (Baron), Kanehiro, Tokio, Japan 

Talbot, Leonard Smith, 53 Church-street, Timnru, N.Z 

Talbot, Philip, ^' Thornhill,^^ Stalybridge, Cheshire 

Tanner, Charles Edward, 4 Downing -street, Farnham, Surrey . . 

Tanner, Herbert. 706 Fulham-road, Hurlingham, S.W 

Targett, James Henry, 19 Upper Wimpole-street, W 

Taunton, Edgar, Thora-house, Bethersden, Kent 

Tawse, Herbert Bell, 16 Regent-street, Nottingham 

Tay, Waren, 4 Finshury-sqxiare, E.C 

Taylor, Arthur Sneyd, Lovelace Lodge, Surbiton, S^irrey 

Taylor, Edwin Claude, Eland-house, 18 Rosslyn-hill, N.W 

Taylor, Frank Edward, 11 Bentinck-street, W 

Taylor, Fredk. H., China Lnland Mission, Newington-green, N. 
Taylor, Henry Herbert, 36 Brunswick-square, Hove, Sussex .... 

Taylor, James, Hay garth-house, Chester 

Taylor, John William, 22 Newhall-street, Birmingham 

Taylor, Tom Eobinson, 6 Park-square, Leeds 

Taylor, William Gordon, Middlesex-hospital, W 

Teale, Thomas Pridgin, North Grange, Headingley, Leeds .... 

Telford, Evelyn Davison, 8 a St, John-street, Manchester 

Teichelmann, Ebenezer, Hamilton-street, Hokitika, New Zealand 
Templeton, George, 10 Seymour- street, Port man- square, W. . . 

Thomas, David, Elsmere, Mayiley, Sydney, N.S.W. 

^Thomas, Jabez, Ty-Cerrig, Swansea , 

Thomas, John Llewellyn, Netherton, Colombo, Ceylon 

Thomas, John Lynn, C.B., Greeii Lawn, Pen-y-Lan, Cardiff . . 
Thomas, Thos. Morrell, " Glynderwan,"Clytha-pk.,Neiopoi't,Mon. 

Thomas, William, 200 Bristol-road, Birmingham 

Thomas, William Thelwall, 84 Rodney-street, Liverpool 

Thompson, Arthur Ealph, 4 St. Thomas-street, S.E 


Dec. 9,1897 
June 13, 1889 
Dec. 8,1898 
June 11, 1903 
Dec. 12,1895 
Dec. 12,1889 
June 13, 1867 
June 1,1905 
Dec. 11,1902 
June 11, 1868 
Dec. 9, 1886 
Dec. 10, 1885 
June 9,1881 

Dec. 11, 1884 
June 10, 1880 
Dec. 14,1905 
Dec. 12,1907 
Dec. 9,1886 
Dec. 12,1895 
Dec. 9, 1886 
June 1,1905 
Dec. 8,1904 
June 10, 1869 
June 14, 1888 
June 11, 1896 
Dec. 10,1903 
June 14, 1888 
Dec. 8,1887 
June 8,1882 
Dec. 13,1877 
Oct. 12,1893 
Dec. 13,1906 
May 23,1857 
June 11, 1903 
June 11, 1891 
July 9,1896 
8, 1892 
June 10, 1897 
Dec. 9,1869 
Feb. 13,1890 
Dec. 11,1902 


July 28,1892 
July 30,1888 
May 13, 1897 
Nov. 14, 1901 
Aug. 12, 1892 
Nov. 14, 1883 
May 1,1857 
Aug. 4,1896 
Dec, 11,1902 
May 8,1866 
Apr. 16, 1878 
Apr. 26, 1884 
July 21, 1875 

July 21, 1881 
Apr. 16,1878 
Feb. 9,1905 
Nov. 9,1905 
Oct. 22,1884 
Apr. 28, 1885 
Jan. 24,1883 
July 27, 1899 
Dec. 8,1904 
Apr. 25, 1866 
Oct. 21,1886 
Feb. 8,1866 
Feb. 11,1897 
Jan. 20,1887 
July 22, 1880 
Jan. 24, 1865 
Jan. 21,1873 
Nov. 13, 1891 
Nov. 12, 1903 
Mar. 28,1855 
Nov. 8,1900 
Feb. 9,1888 
Aug. 1,1892 
Apr. 23, 1884 
Apr. 25, 1865 
May 8,1890 
Jan. 20,1886 
Feb. 7,1895 
Nov. 14, 1865 
Apr. 20, 1886 
Aug. 1,1901 



Xame and Rosidonce. 

Thompson, George William, 80 Harley-street, W 

Thompson, Harold Theodore, 35 Harley-street, W 

Thompson, J. Edwin, 3224 Broadicay, Galveston, Texas, U.S.A. 

Thompson, Walter, 4 Park-square, Leeds 

Thompson, William Henry, 14 Hatch-street, Dublin 

^Thomson, Arthur, 163 Woodstock-road, Oxford 

Thomson, Charles Bertram, " Romansleigh,^'' Wimborne, Dorset 

Thomson, St. Clair, 28 Queen- Anne-street, W 

Thorltnrn, William, Oxford-lodge, Victoria-park, Manchester . . 

Thriiiof, Edward Thomas, 225 Macquane-street, Sydney, N.S. W. 

Thurston, Edward Owen, Capt.I.M.S.,cloGrindlay 8f Co., Calcutta 

Thyne, Thomas, 53 Wood-street, High Bamet 

Ticehurst, Norman Fredc, 35 Pevensey-rd., St. Leonards-on-Sea 

Tilley, Herbert, 72 Harley-street, W 

Tod, Hunter Finlay, 111 Harley-street, W 

^Tomes, Charles Sissmore, 9 Park-crescent, Portland-place, W. . . 

Tomlinson, Wm. Henry, Spring Bank, Hazel Grove, Stockport . 

Tonks, Henry, Slade School of Fine Art, University College, W.C. 

Totsuka, Kankai, Imperial Naval Hospital, Tokio, Japan 

Townesend, Stephen C, 5 Crown Office-row, Inner Temple, E.C. 

Toye, Edwin Josiah, " Stanhope,''' Bideford, N. Devon 

Trechmann, Max Lincoln, 131 St. George' s-road, S.W. . < 


Treves, William Knight, 32 Dalby-square, Margate 

Trott, Dudley Cox, Hamilton, Bermuda, West Indies 

Trotter, Edward, '' Netherfield," Scholes, Huddersfeld 

Trotter, Wilfred Batten Lewis, 13 Harley-street, W 

Tubby, Alfred Herbert, 68 Harley-street, W 

Tucker, Alexander Benjamin, 15 Crown-rd.,Fordsburg, Transvaal 

Turner, Edward Beadon, 31 Sussex-gardens, Hyde-park, W. . . 

Turner, George Grey, 22 Jesmond-road, Newcastle-on- Tyne .... 

Turner, George Robertson, 41 Half-Moon-street, Piccadilly, W. 

Turner, Joseph George, 59 Wimpole-street, W 

Turner, Philip, 8 St. Thomas'-street, S.E 

Turner, Reginald George, Maj. I. M.S., Jhansi, U. P., India . . 

^Turner, Thomas, 141 St. Owen-street, Hereford 

^iTurner, Sir William, K.C.B., 6 Eton-terrace, Edinburgh 

Turner, William, 17 Harley-street, W 

Turney, Horace George, 68 Portland-place, W 

Turtou, James, '' Hatherley^" Preston-park, Brighton 

Tuson, J.E., S.-Gen.LM.S., " Southdale,'" Hartjield-sq., Eastbourne 

Tweedie, Alexander Robert, 17 Regent-street, Nottingham .... 

Tweedy, Sir John, 100 Harky-street, W 

Tymms, Herbert George, Government Hosp., Perth, W. Australia 

Tyrrell, Francis Astley Cooper, 94 Harley-street, W 

Tyson, William Joseph, 10 Langhorne-gardens, Folkestone . . . . 


Dec. 12, 1901 
June 9,1904 
June 13, 1889 
Mav 14,1891 
June 12, 1890 
Apr. 11, 1907 
June 1,1905 
Dec. 14, 1893 
June 10, 1886 
June 11, 1885 
Apr. 14, 1898 
June 12, 1884 
Dec. 11,1902 
June 9,1898 
June 9,1898 
Apr. 14, 1898 
June 11, 1896 
June 14, 1888 
June 14, 1888 
Dec. 8,1887 
June 9,1898 
June 12, 1890 
Dec. 12,1878 
June 9,1870 
June 10, 1886 
Dec. 12, 1901 
Dec. 14, 1899 
June 9,1887 
June 8,1899 
June 9,1881 
Dec. 10, 1903 
Dec. 9,1880 
iMar. 8,1894 
JDec. 12,1901 
I June 13, 1907 
Apr. 9,1891 
Apr. 13,1893 
Dec. 12,1895 
June 12, 1890 
June 11, 1890 
June 12, 1863 
Dec. 12,1901 
June 8,1876 
June 20, 1901 
June 20, 1901 
Dec. 14, 1876 

Nov. 8,1900 
May 14, 1003 
July 23, lRH(j 
Nov. 10, 1887 
May 5,1887 
JulVlO, 1880 
July 27,1899 
Nov. 16, 1881 
July 24,1883 
July 20, 1882 
Nov. 8,1894 
July 28, 1863 
May 9, 1901 
July 28, 1890 
Feb. 13, 1896 
July 20, 1869 
Oct. 21,1886 
Jan. 22,1886 
Jan. 26,1886 
Nov. 14, 1883 
May 9,1895 
Nov. 10, 1887 
Apr. 21, 1875 
Apr. 27, 1865 
Nov. 17, 1880 
No^, 10, 1898 
Aug. 4,1896 
July 29,1884 
Aug. 4,1896 
Julv 28,1876 
Oct. 12,1899 
July 25, 1877 
I Feb, 11,1892 
July 29,1897 
Nov. 12,1891 
Mar 30, 1855 
July 1,1853 
May 11,1893 
Aug. 2,1888 
July 29, 1880 
Apr, 25,1851 
Nov. 8,1900 
Apr. 16,1872 
Nov. 2,1899 
Nov. 10,1898 
Apr. 23, 1874 

' Kingston-vn- Th a nics. 



Name and Residence. 
Uhthoff, John Caldwell, JVavertree-honse, Furze-hill, Brighton . 
Unwin, Harold Arthur Rbl. Edraoiid, Sibertsivold, Berkhampsted 
TJnwin, William Howard, George-street, Timaru, Nciv Zealand. 

Upcott, Harold, 15 Alhion-street, Hull 


Vallance) Thomas James, 199 High-street, Lewes 

tVeasey, Henry, Apsley Gui.<ie B.S.O., Woburn, Beds 

Vellacott, P. N., National-hos/ ital. Bloemfontein. O.R.C. 

^^enniug, Sir Edgcombe, 30 Cadogan^place, S.W 

Verco, Joseph Cooke, 52 North-terrace, Adelaide, S. Australia . 

Verdon, Henry Walter, 58 Streathnm-hill, S.W 

Vernon, Arth. 'KeygaLte,^'Dragton,''' Christchurch-rd. , Bournemouth 
Vickery, William Henry, 1 TreiCartha-park, Weston-super-Mare 

Vinrace, Felix Ooulson, 33 Temple-row, Binningharn 

Yoisey, Clement Bernard, 11 Kensington-gardens-square^ W. . . 
Voss, Francis Henry Vivian, Bockhampton, Queensland 

Wace, Cyril, Walcote, Winchester 

Wacher, Sidney, Kingsbridge, Canterbury 

VVaddelow, John Joseph, Whittlesey, Peterborough 

Wadham, Frederick, Strathjield, Sydney, N.S. W. 

tWaggett, John, Perivale, Bournemouth 

WagstafFe, Wm. Warwick, '' Cotswold,''' Dartford-rd., Sevenoaks 

Wainewright, Benjamin, 104- Park-street, W 

Waldy, John, 1 Green-park, Darlington 

Walker. Cyril Hutchinson, 8 Oakjield-road, Clifton, Bristol. . . . 

Walker, George Edward, 45 Rodney-street^ Liverpool 

Walker, Harold, ''^ Ashleigh^' Middlesbrough 

Walker, Henry Seeker, 45 Park-square, Leeds 

Walker, John William Thomson, 30 Queen Anne-street, W. . . 

Walker, Robert Alexander, 35 Westgate, Peterborough 

^Walker, Thomas James, 33 Westgate, Peterborough 

Wallace, Cuthbert Sidney, 26 Upper Wimpole-street, W 

Wallis, Frederick Charles, 107 Harley-street, W 

Walters, Charles Ferrier, 19 Whatley-road, Clifton, Bristol . . 

Walters, Fredk. R., Pinecroft, Farnham, Surrey 

Walton, Albert James, 85 Chichele-road, Crickleioood, N.W". . . 
Walton, H. J,, Capt. I. M.S., c/o King, King ^ Co., Bombay . . 

Ward, Arthur Henry, Arts Club, 40 Dover-street, W 

Ward, Bernard Joseph, 16 Emscote-road, Warioick 

51 Ward, Edward, 30 Park-square, Leeds 

Ward, Ernest, Greenfield-home, Llanelly, JS'orth Wales 

Ward-Smith, Ward, Victoria-ijark, Shipley, Yorks 

AVareham, Sidney James, Baymo))d-house,Plashet-rd., UptonPark 

Waring, Holburt Jacob, 37 Wimpole-street, W 

Warner, Francis, 5 Prince of Wales-terrace, Kensington, W. . . 

Warner, Thomas, ^^ St. Heliers,'' South Woodford, N.E 


Fellow. [ Member. 
Dec. 8, 1881 July 25, 1877 
July 26, 1906 

June 18, 1908 
June 20, 1901 
Dec. 8,1904 
June 18, 1908 

June 8, 1865 
Feb. 13, 1862 
June 20, 1901 
June 13, 1867 
Dec. 13, 1877 
Dec. 14, 1876 
Feb. 13,1890 
Dec. 10,1891 
Dec. 9,1886 
Dec. 10,1891 
June 11, 1885 

June 10, 1897 
June 13, 1889 
June 11, 1896 
June 9,1881 
May 10, 1860 
June 11, 1868 
June 14, 1883 
Dec. 8,1887 
June 8,1893 
June 10, 1869 
Dec. 14, 1905 
June 14, 1888 
Dec. 14, 1899 
June 1,1905 
Apr. 9,1908 
June 8,1893 
June 11, 1891 
Dec. 8,1904 
Dec. 14, 1882 
June 13, 1907 
June 13, 1895 
Oct. 17,1889 
June 1,1905 
Apr. 14, 1904 
June 14, 1906 
June 12, 1902 
June 12, 1902 
Oct. 15,1891 
June 19,1873 
June 13, 1895 

Nov. 10, 1898 
May 8,1902 
Nov. 10,1898 


18, 1840 

2, 1858 
19, 1874 

10, 1887 
18, 1892 

July 27,1893 
Jan. 27,1886 
July 30,1891 
Nov. 11, 1»78 
Aug. 27, 1841 
Apr. 29, 1864 
June 14, 1883 
July 18, 1882 
Apr. 26, 1886 
Apr. 23, 1863 
Feb. 7,1901 
July 30, 1885 
Aug. 4,1896 
Feb. 8,1900 
May 1,1857 
Nov. 12, 1891 
Jan. 25,1883 
July 25, 1900 
Apr. 20, 1880 
Feb. 9,1905 
May 11, 1893 
Nov. 10, 1887 
July 31, 1902 
July 19,1881 
Aug. 4,1903 
July 25,1900 
Nov. 12,1896 
May 8,1890 
Nov. 17,1870 
Feb. 11,1892 



Xaine and Rosidence. I Fellow. 

Warrea, Richard, 'U Finsbun/-s(/uare, E.C | "Dec. 1 1 , 1902 

WaterKeld, Noel Everard, Khaj-tntwi, S^idan I Jan. ]2, MK)o 

Waterhouse, IlHrbert Fiirnivall, 81 Wimpnip-strecf., W ' June 12, 1890 

Watkins-Pitchford,Wiltred,6'^./*/c?^'8FiVa</r,6'?'.(?r'o;yA''.<?-rr7.,8.E. ' June 10, 1897 
Watson, Archibald, The Universitj/, Adelaidfi, S. Australia .... Dec. 11, 1884 

Watson, Charles Gordon, 44 Welheck-street, W luue 12, 1902 

AVatson, Geo. Trustram, 47 Mount Pleasant-rd., Tunhndr/e Wells June 8, 1899 

Watson, John Harry, Bank-parade, Burnley June 9, 1904 

Waugh, George Ernest, 66 a Welbeck-streef, W I Dec. 8, 1904 

Webb, James Ramsav, 4 Na pier-street , Fuotscray, Victoria Tune 1.'), 1895 

Webber, Alexander Moxon, 111 Forest-road-tcest, Nottingham ' June 14, 1906 
Webber, William Littleton, Turleigh-house, Bradford-on-Avon . ' June 8, 1876 

Weekes, Francis Henry, c/o Barclay^ Bank, York ! Dec. 10, 188o 

Welch, Francis Henry, Carrsleiyh-cottage, Southboraugh, Kent. . J June 8, 1871 

Wells, Georg-e Lee, 15 Eldon-terrace, Leeds I June 14, 1888 

Welsford, Arthur Gerald, 35 Piazza di Spagna, Rome i June 9, 1892 

Wenham, Herbert Victor, 2 Redington-road, Ilamp-^tead, N.W. ' June 9, 1904 
Wessels, Francois Henry, Box 1523, Cape Toirn, South Africa. . Dec. 11, 1902 

West, Charles Ernest, 60 Queen Anne-street, W June 12, 1902 

VVestmacott, Frederic Hibbert, 8 St. John-street, Manchester . . \ June 14, 1894 

Wheelhouse, Claudius Galen, Cliff Point, Filey ! June 9, 1864 

Wherry, George Edward, 5 St. Peter s-terrace, Cambridge .... I June 12, 1879 
Whishaw, Reg. Rbt., Hosp.for Insane, Willowburn, Queensland '• June 14, 1888 
Whitaker, Roy Henry Rollinson, 141 Gt. Charles-st., Birmingham Apr. 14, 1904 
White, Chas. Powell, 1 Alhemarle-rd., Withington, Manchester ; June 11,1896 

White, Edgar Ramsey, 1 Victoria-road, Deal | June 9, 1892 

White, Edwin Francis, 388 Upper Richmond-rd., Putney, S.W. ' Dec. 11, 1884 

AVhite, Frank Faulder, 10 Queens-road, Coventry ' Dec. 11, 1890 

White, Gilbert Benjamin Mower, 112 Harley-street, W" Apr. 9, 1891 

White, Sinclair, Ranynoor, Sheffield June 12, 1884 

Whitehead, H. R., Col. R.A.M.C. I Dec. 9, 1880 

Whitelocke, Richard Henry Anglin, St. Giles-gate, Oxford . . i June 8, 1893 

Whittle, Edward George, 25 Clifton-gardens, Brighton ' Dec. 14, 1876 

AVightman. Cecil Frank, Melbourn-street, Royston, Herts .... I June 13, 1895 

Wilkin, Lancelot, 46 London-road, Gloucester Dec. 12, 1901 

^^\Wm%on,^dim\\ndi, 3Iaj. I. M.S.., Lahore, Punjab, Lndia .... Jan. 14,1892 

Wilkinson, George, 350 Glossop-road, Sheffield June 14, 1894 

Wilkinson, John Sebastian, 3 Lebanon-park, Twickenham .... June 8, 1865 

Willett, Alfred, 6 Oxford-square, Hyde-park, W. . June 13, 1862 

Willett, Edgar Wm., '^ Farmleigh,'' Worth-pk., Crawley, Sussex. ^ June 14, 1888 

Willey, Henry, Somersfield, Reigate ! June 9, 1864 

Williams, Campbell, 18 Queen Anne-street, W i Dec. 11, 1890 

Williams, David James, Greenfield-house, Llanelly \ Dec. 13, 1894 

Williams, Gwynne Evan Owen, Farley Lynches, Luton \ Dec 13, 1906 

Williams, Henry Thomas Hadley, London, Ontario, Canada . . ' June 8, 1899 
Williams, Moses Thomas, 24 St. George* s-place, Canterbury . . . . i June 1, 1905 
Williams, Wm. Roger, " Morven," Walton-by-Clevedon, Somerset \ June 9, 1881 

AVillis, William Morley, 7 Regent-street, Nottingham Dec. 10, 1896 

1908. * 1376 


iFeb. 8,1900 

i Nov. 13,1902 

I Aug. 4,1887 

I Nov. 12,1891 

Jan. 23, 1882 

I May 4,1898 

I Feb. 11,1897 

I July 29,1897 

I Aug. 1,KX)1 

'Nov. 10,1892 

Nov. 12,1903 

Jan. 22,1873 

July 26,1877 

I May 8,1860 

I Apr. 2.3,1884 

I June 9,1892 

■Nov. 1.3,1902 

'.July 25, 1900 

INov. 8,1900 

'Feb. 13,1890 

I Mav 26, 1849 

I July 23,1873 

I May 5.1885 

'xMay 9,1901 

JMay 10,1894 

[Aug. 2.1888 

Apr. 21,1881 

Aug. 3,1885 

Aug. 2,1888 

June 12, 1884 

Nov. 3,1877 

July 22,1884 

Nov. 19,1873 

Feb. 9,1893 





July 15, 1859 

July 16,1883 

Nov. 19, 1862 

Jan. 22,1885 

Apr. 26, 1877 

.•\ug. 4,1903 

Aug. 2,1898 

July 31,1902 

Apr. 24, 1877 

May 9,1895 





Name and Residence. | 

Wills, Bertram Shera, Leo7iara, Western Aufitralia i 

Wilson, Alexander 5 Anson-road, Victoria-park, Manchester . . 
Wilson, Alexander Garriok, 56 Riversdale-road, Sheffield ...... 

Wilson, Alexander Gordon, 1 Philheach-gardens, S.W 

Wilson, Georo-e Ewart, Toronto, Canada 

Wilson, Harold William, 42 Wimpole-street, W 

Wilson, James, 36 High-street, Haverfordwest 

Wilson, Norman Octavius, The Cottage, Dobers, Reigate 

Wilson, Thomas, 87 Cormuall-street, Birmingham 

Wilson, William Carlyle, 45 New North-rd., Hiiddersfield .... 

Winkfield, Alfred, 26 Beaumont-street, Oxford 

Winterbottora, Augustus, 16 Sloane-street, S.W 

Wirg-man, Charles Wynn, 45 Queen Ann-street, W 

Wiseman, J. Greaves, St. Peter'' s-rd, St. Margarets, Twickenham 

Wood, Cyril George Russ, Hardwick-house, Shrewsbury 

Wood, John Forrester, 10 Queen' s-road, Southport 

Wood, Miles Astman, Ledbury, Herefordshire 

AVood, William Charrington, Elliotts, Penshurst, Kent 

Woodcock, John Rostron, Bacton Manor, nr. Hereford 

Woods, William James, 184 Loop-st., Pietermaritzburg , Natal . 
Woolbert, Henry Robert, Lt.-CoL I. M.S., Deoli, Rajput ana . . 

Woollett, Charles Jerome, Ambleside, Streatham, S.W 

Worth, Claud Alley, 188 Harley-street, W 

Worthington, Sidney, Hurst-house, Abercrombie-st., Chesterfield 

Wray, Charles, 36 Victoria-street, S.W 

Wrench, Edwd. Mason, M.V.O., Park-lodge, Baslow, Chesterfield 

Wright, Dudley D'Auvergne, 3 Bentinck-mansions, W 

Wright, Garnett, 108 High-st., Chorlton-on-Medlocdi, Manchester. 

Wright, George Arthur, 16 St. John-street, Manchester 

Wright, William, 143 Dartmouth-road, Willesden-green, N.W. . 

Wrigley, Philip Roscoe, 11 St. John-street, Manchester 

Wyiie, David Storer, Devon-house, New Plymouth, N.Z. 

Wynter, Walter Essex, 27 Wimpole-street, W 

Yate, Edward 

Yearsle}', Percival Macleod, 31 Harley-street, W 

Yeo, Gerald Francis, Austhi^s Close, Harbertonford, S. Devon . . 
Young, A. H., Tolcarne, Norman-road, Rusholme, Manchester . 


Dec. 12,1901 
June 12, 1890 
Dec. 12,1901 
Dec. 13,1900 
June 18, 1908 
Dec- 14, 1905 
Dec. 11,1884 
Oct. 10,1895 
Dec. 14, 1893 
Dec. 10,1903 
June 10, 1869 
Dec. 20,1875 
June 11, 1903 
June 19, 1873 
Dec. 11,1902 
June 11,1896 
Dec. 10,1868 
June 8,1899 
.Tune 10, 1869 
.Tune 11, 1896 
Dec. 10,1885 
Deo. 10,1891 
Dec. 8, 1898 
June 11, 1885 
May 13, 1886 
Dec. 8,1870 
June 9,1898 
Dec. 14, 1905 
June 13, 1878 
Dec. 12, 1901 
Dec. 14, 1905 
Dec. 10,1903 
June 11, 1885 

June 11, 1874 
Dec. 14,1893 

Feb. 11,1897 
Jan. 23,1883 
Feb. 3,1899 
May 13,1897 
Nov. 14,1907 
Nov. 12, 1903 
Mav 14,1883 
Nov 10,1892 
Apr. 19,1883 
Dec. 10,1903 
Dec. 2, 1859 
Nov. 13, 1872 
July 27,1899 
May 8,1867 
Feb. 11,1892 
May 9,1889 
Jan. 25,1865 
Feb. 8,1894 
July 28, 1864 
May 14, 1896 
Apr. 24, 1884 
July 27, 1875 
May 11,1893 
Nov. 16, 1882 
Nov. 18,1881 
July 17, l'^54 
Aug. 2,1888 
Dec. 14,1905 
Apr. 26, 1877 
May 11,1899 
July 25,1900 
Dec. 10, 1993 
Jan. 26,1883 

Nov. 16,1871 
May 8,1890 

June 13, 1878 j June 13, 1878 
Dec. 9,1880 Dec. 9,1880 




1890. Abii(ljian,Alex.Tateosian, Harhi/Coll. 

1888. Abbott, Frederic William, Ballmm. 
18()i). Abbottj (ieoro-e, Tunhridf/e Wells. 
1897. Abbott, Horatio White, Hollownt/. 

1895. Abbott, James Edward, Leeds. 
1905. Abbott, Saml. Franklin, Loud., Can. 
188(3. Abbott, "\N illiam Louis, Philadelphia. 
1894. Abcarius, Joseph John. 

1860. A'J3eckett, Wm. (loldsmid, Victaria. 

1893. Abel, Horace Marshall, InnerTemple. 

1900. Abercrombie,KodolphGeo., 7V«/<^t;a7. 
1858. Ablett, Edward, Whitehaven. 

1891. Abram, George Stewart, Reading 
1887. Abram, John Hill, Liverpool. 

1885. Achard, Alex. \^oms,Gloucester-pf.,'^\ 

1901. Ackery, Edwd. YavWnov^Q.-Anne-st. 
1897. Ackland, Chas. Herbt., Bournemouth. 
1885. Ackland, Charles Kinofslev, Bideford. 
1899. Ackland, Donald, Bath. 

1885. Ackland, John McKno, Exeter. 
1890. Ackland, Robert, Brook-street, W. 

1886. Ackland, William Robert, Clifton. 
1866. Ackroyd, George, JEarl's-court. 

1905. Acland, John Henry BvKe, Bristol.^ 

1896. Acland, Jn. ^h\sgYii\-e,Chichele-rd.,'S. 
1880. x\claud,Theodore Dyke,Bri/a)iston-sq. 

1902. Acomb, John, York. 

1906. Acomb, Leonard Ernest, Neirport. 

1903. Acres, Geo. Chas. Johnston, Clapham. 
18S8. Acton, Charles James, Wanr/ford. 

1905. Acton, Hugh \Vm., Middlesex-hosp. 
1850. Acton,Walter, Westend,Soidhampton. 
1879. Adam, Caleb Denovan, Fernhead-rd. 

1907. Adam, George Henry, West Mallin. 
1901. Adam, Thomas, Glasgoic. 

1853. Adam, Wm. Hogarth, R.N. 

1887. Adami, John George, Montreal. 

1892. Adams, Alfred, West Looe. 
1864. Adams, Rev. Arthur Bayley. 

1897. Adams, Arth. Reg., West Australia. 

1884. Adams, Chas. Edmund, W. Xoncood. 
1886. Adams, Chas. Edward, Buckh urst-hill. 

1894. Adams, Edwd. Coker, R. Xiger Co. 
1866. Adams, Edward John, Sheffield. 

1906. Adams, Eustace Henry, IStoke. 

1893. Adams, Evelyn Lancelot, XT'. Cro?/f?o«. 
1903. Adams, Geo. Basil Doyne, Victoria-pk. 

1885. Adams, Gofton Gee, R.A.M. C. 

1899. Adams, Harold Cotterell, Paignton. 

1889. Adams, Harry, Wellington, N.Z. 

1900. Adams, Henrv Cyril, R.N. 


1858. Adam.s, Jo.sepli Dixon, Marfork. 

1895. Adams, Percy Jul ward. Winch field. 

1887. Adams, IVnty Targ^tt, Bloemfontein. 
1854. Adams, Richard, Newr/uai/. 

ISSl. Adams, W ni. Cooda, ifton-av., N.VV. 

1892. Adams, William Eranci.s, Punjab. 

1888. Adamson, HoratioGeo., Wei/niouth-sf. 

1 902. Adamson, J as, Weeden W., Lee, Hants. 

1893. Adcock, Geo. Robt,, Framlinf/hani. 

1878. Adcock, Harold, Market Harboro. 

1885. Adcock, Harry, Liverpool. 

1871. Adcock, Sir Hugh, C.M.G., Florence. 
1858. Adcock, John, A. M. S. 

1896. Addenbrooke, Bertw, Kidder?ninsfer. 
1866. Addenhvoo]ie,FA\vfd.ll., Kidderminsfr 
1899. Addey, Wm. Fielding, Camden-sq. 

1901. Addinsell, John Howard, Surhiton. 
1862. Addison, Chas. Edward, Colchester. 

1894. Addison, Eldred Arth., Ipswich. 

1890. Addison, Hugh Cecil, Broxbourne. 

1898. Addison, Joseph Bartlett, Sei/chelles. 

1891. Addison, Wm. Bragg, ThorntoyiHeath. 

1879. Addison,Wm. Henry, />?/r6rt72, Natal. 
1871. Addy, Boughton, Wei/bridr/e. 

1881. Adeney, Edwin L., Tunhrih/e Wells. 

1903. Adenev, Geo. Cuthbert, Manchester, 
1851. Adey, Arthui', L M.S. 

1884. Adie, Joseph Rosamond, I. M. S. 

1890. Adkins, Albert James, Beeston. 

1882. Adkins, George, Fresh ivnter. 
1905. Adler, James Elrick, Pyrland-road. 

1891. Adler, Magnus, Hanley. 

1857. Adliugton, Robert, Colchester, N.S. 
1879. Adolphus, Theo. Fdk. P., E. Duhuich. 

1858. Adrien, John, Drogheda. 

1862. Adye, William, Bradford-on-Avon, 
18S6. Adye, Wm. Jn. Alex. Bradford- on- A. 

1859. Agar, Frederick, Ponder s End. 

1892. Agar, Morley Fredk., Winipole-st.,'^\ 
1884. Agar, Samuel H., Ilenleg-in-Arden. 

1863. Agassiz, Alfred, Sydney. 

1899. Agate, \:iy. ^l.XT:\-\ai\\d,Shaftesbury.av. 
1899. Agnew, Colville Smith, Bernard-st. 

1886. Agnew, Edwd. D., Bishops Stortford. 

1897. Ahlswede, Oscar Jacob L.. Hamburg. 
1899. Ahrens, Henrv Aug., Basingstoke. 
1871. Aikin, Chas. F'dm., Ladbrooke-ter.^'W. 
1884. Aikin, Wm. Arthur, Bedfrd-gdns.,^\. 
1884. Aikins, Henry Wilberforce, Toronto, 
1858. Aikins, Moses Henrv, Canada. 

1902. Ainofer, Wm. B., N.Z. Bank, E.G. 
- ^ 102 k2 



1899. Ainscow, James, W if/an. 

1877. Aiusle}', Thomas George, Hartlepool. 

1888. Ains worth, Herbert Pearson, Marden. 
1899. Ainsworth, Ralph B\^i\e\\,R.A.M.C. 

1899. Ainsworth, Richard, Bolton. 
18t)7. Air, Alex. Ciunmings, *S'. Norwood. 
1907. Air,!Saml.Hy.Cumniings,<S'.A^or2<;oo</. 

1880. Ah-d, Thomas Wilson, WalHnyton. 
18(56. Airey, George, Melbourne, Victoria. 
1902. Aitcliison, Chas.Umpherston,Oa;/(>yY7. 
1884. Aitken, Wm. Blair, South Australia. 
18(>4. Akerman, William, Salisbury. 
1898. .Akers, William Dutton, Hove. 
190(5. Albau, Edgar, Hayward' s-healh. 
1879. Alban, Evan, Hay ward's Heath. 
1890. Albert, James Valek, Sloane-street. 
1902. Albury, Joseph Baird, Bahamas. 
1904. Alcock, Frank, Lony})ort. 

1897. Alcock, George HerlDt., Chingford, 

1884. Alcock, Samuel King, Burslem. 

1879. Alden, Ebenezer Wenham, Oxford. 

1900. Alderman, Harry Cole, Halifax. 

1 863. Alderson, Fdk. Henry, Bournemouth. 
1890. Alderson, Fdk. Hbt., Kensinyton. 
1900. Alderson, Percy Francis, R.N. 

1907. Alderson, Wm. Seaforth, Leed.<. 
lyy 1. Alderton, Herbt.Chas., Barnoldswick. 
1874. Alderton, Thos. G., Hammersmith. 
188-"^. Aldous, George Fredk., PlymoutJi. 
190.3. Aldred, Wilfrid Ash well, 'Betcles. 
1900. Aldren,Bertr.Cecil liht.,Birminyh'm. 

1897. Aldridge, Arthur Wm., Northjield. 

1890. Aldrid<re, Augustus Henr}^, 'iorphins. 
1906. Aldridge, Clias. B. ^"L..^ Bournemouth. 

1889. Aldridge, Edwd. Arth., Basiny stoke. 
1896. Alexander, Alfred, Buxted. 

1891. Alexander, Edw. Ily., Dunedin, N.Z. 
1855. Alexander, Finlow. 

1902. Alexander,Fdk.Hugh,i2"^^/67«am/>^ow. 

1881. Alexander, Fredk. Wm., Blackheath. 
1906. Alexander,GervaseD., W.Kensington. 

1896. Alexander, Herbert, Walthamstoiu. 

1 880. Alexander, .John, Trinity-square., S. E. 

1898. Alexander, Kenneth Bush, S.Africa. 

1885. Alexander, Samuel Philip, Southsea. 

1886. Alexander, Sidnej'^ lloht., Farersha^n. 
1876. Alford, Charles Edward, Crewkerne. 
189'>. Alford, Cyril Wolrige, Chelmsford. 

1 904. Alford, Ernest F. R., Westan~s.-Mare. 
1858. Alford, Ilenrv James, Taunton. 

1897. Alford, Herbt'.T.M., Weston-s.-Mare. 

1908. Alguire, Alexander Ross, Canada. 

1892. Ali, Subhan, ^^/;-«. 

1891. Allan, Alex. Wm., Wainfieet. 
1891. Allan, Edward Buller, Victoria. 
1897. Allan, Herbert William, Wells. 

1887. Allan, Jas. Hugh Ih-odie, Montreal. 


1809. Allchin, Sir Wm. Ilemy, Chandos-st. 

1874. AUden, John Horatio, SoutJuimpton. 

1892. Aildridge, AVm. Edwd., Birminyham. 
1865. Allen, Bryan Holme, HaMi))gs. 
1897. Allen, Charles Percival, Giliingham. 

1893. Allen, Charles AVm., W. Ha?n]>stead. 

1880. Allen, Francis Edward, Wisbech. 
1882. Allen, Frank .James, Birminyham. 
1897. Allen, Humphrey, Morchard Bishop. 
1861. Allen, .James, Shrewsbury. 

1897. Allen, James Lynn, Brentwood. 
1855. Allen, James Whinyates George. 
1858. Allen, John, late Royal Navy. 

1855. Allen, John William, Fairfax-rd.,^. 
1855. Allen, Joseph, Norwich. 

1898. Allen, Lancelot Lloyd, Northwood. 
1871. Allen, Marcus Henry, Westminster. 

1886. Allen, IS orman, Toronto. 

1871. Allen, Pati-ick Joseph, Mullinyar. 
1907. Allen, Richard Clayton, Belper. 

1875. Allen, Richard G rammer, Belper. 
1884. Allen, Sydney Glenn, R.A.M.C. 

1900. Allen, Thomas Percival, Acton. 

1888. Allen, Vernon, Liss. 

1896. Allen, Walter Henry, Hurst-hill. 

1894. Allen, William Herbert, Derby. 

1890. Allford, Hy. G. Lvnwood, //aW%,s\ 

1898. Allirey, Frederic Henry, Southwick. 

1903. Allin, Edgar Wm., Tottenham-hosp. 
1907. Allin, Norman George. Bristol. 

1904. Allingham, Harry Reg., Reiyate. 
1896. Allingham, Walter, Weymouth-st.,V\\ 

1878. Allinson, Hry. Calthrop, King's Lynn. 
1907. Allison,GodtreyFdk.Ely,^om>rd«A:. 

1872. AUiott, Alexander John, Sevenoaks. 

1901. Alliott, Richard, Braintree. 

1879. AUnutt, .John, Wre?dham. 
1870. Allnutt, William, *S'. Brisbane. 

1891. Allott, John Ernest Cecil, Southeiid. 

1876. Allott, Wordsworth ljeRth,Bartislei/. 
1894. Allport, Alfred, Suttmi. 

1902. Allport, Evett (-rordon, 7'asmania. 

1899. Allport. Roland Harrison, Bouyhton. 
1896). Allport. Wilfrid. HamMimth. 
1893. Allworth, Alfred Leigh, Beckham. 
1902. A\me\\t,'Edi\\.^^\\ytii,Al)boVsLanqley. 
1906. Almond, Geo. Helv-H., St. Barts. 

1881. Alpin, Wm. Geo. Patrick, 1. M.S. 
1884. Alsop, Clement, Royal Navy. 

1874. Alsop,Thos. Osmond Fabian, J^ictoria. 

1892. Alston, Hugh, Gosforth. 

1896. Alston, John Averell, Cajn' Town. 

1 887. Althorp, Chas. F. M anning, Bradford. 

1889. Altmaun, Chas. August, Victoria. 
1870. Amadeo, Antonio .Jose, Porto Rico. 
1906. Amarasuriya, Charles, Ceylon. 

1 905. Ambler, Francis Barlow, Musiccll-Ji ill. 


Ml-: -Mm-: US. 


1878. Ani])ler, Tlorfico luhvd., St. Albcuis. 
1902. Ambrose, Alfred Cole, Caml)ri<l(/e. 

1900. Ambrose, Alfred Parker, Cfaj)ha/ti.. 

1897. Ambrose, Geori^e Patrick, Dalston. 

1898. Ambrose, Win. Cole, Barnt-ijrecn. 
1897. Aiut'iuibar, Julio Daniel, Valparaiso. 
1854. Amesbnry, 8aml. (Jornwallis, J. M.S. 
18<39. Amsden, George, Broiticood. 

1901. Amsden, Walter, Senford. 

1902. Amsler, Albert Maurice, Ilampstcad. 

1885. Anderson, Adam R. Steele, I. M.S. 
1908. Anderson, Alex. Clias., Ttdse-hi/l. 
1859. Anderson, Alfred, Lithcrland. 
1882. Anderson, Alfred Jasper, Cape Town. 

1901. Anderson, Arthur, Warrington. 

1900. Anderson, Ariluir P. Moore, C'«/;^ T. 

1902. Anderson, Cauldwell H., W. Austr. 
1908. Anderson, Charles Alex., Keston. 
1908. Anderson, Chas. Ernest, Chiswick. 
1870. Anderson, Charles Morton, iS'<»?<; Ze«/. 
18i)2. Anderson, Chas. M., Gloncester-terr. 
1896. Anderson, Chas. Thompson, Cape T. 
1882. Anderson, Daniel Elie, Paris. 
1887. Anderson, Ern. C, D.S.O., R.A.M.C. 
1 SS-^. Anderson, Fitzgerald U. ,Halifax,X. S. 

1899. Anderson, Harrv Bertram, Bedford-pl . 
1899. Anderson, Ilry. CjQo.'^'xiiXey ,Bramhall. 
1889. Anderson, James Robert^ N.S. W. 

1889. Anderson, John, Brighton. 

18t5l. Anderson,John,C.l.E., Hurley-sf.iW . 
1892. Anderson, John Buckle., R.A.M.C. 

1890. Anderson, John Sewell, Willerh}/. 

1902. Anderson, Kenneth, Bamcell. 
1899. Anderson, Maurice Clare B.. IFinfrith. 

1886. Anderson, Reginald Bean, Bodmin. 
1872. Anderson, Richard John, Galway. 

1890. Anderson, Richard Walker, AV?rZ?r//. 

1867. Anderson, lioht., Banf-St.-Bdynands. 

1903. Anderson, Robert G.', R.A.M.C. 

1868. Anderson, Tempest, York. 
1852. Anderson, Thomas. 

J884-. Anderson, Wm. Dnnlop, Ballacludish. 

1896. Anderson, Wm. James, Helston. 

1897. Anders(m, Wm. ^Maurice, I. M.S. 
1903. Anderson, Wm. Monro, Hanorer-sq. 

1887. Andersou,\V.M.A.,.M.V.O.// rley-st. 
] 874. Anderson, W m. S. , Cha pel- cn-le- Frith. 

1891. Anderson, Winslow. Sayi Franciaco. 
1881, Anderton, James Edwin, Xeic Mills. 

1898. Anderton, Wm. Burv, Didshury. 
1891. Andre, Jas. Edwd. Felix, Chichester. 
1905. Andreae, Harry, Fidham. 

1899. Andrew, Alfred John, Cardif. 

1888. Andrew, Beunet Hnrvey, Thame. 

1901. Andrew, Edwvn Gaved, St. Austell. 
1890. Andrew, Francis Wm., Hcndon, N. W. 
1890. Andrew, Ilenrv, Exeter. 


LS7S. AndrtiW, Jo!in Fdward, Victoria. 
l.SOi). Andrew, Pnilip Oswald, New /.eal. 

1860. Andrew, Wm. Wickes W., Ilmdon. 

1887. Andrewes, Fredk. Wm., Jliy/n/ate. 
1884. Andrews, Alex. Gordon, R. Xary. 
18i;9. Andrews, Arthur, Alhnry, X.S. JV. 

1884. Andrews, Charh;s, fV. Kensington. 

1885. Andrews, l^Mward C, Ilampstead. 

1895. Andrews, Henry Arthur, Tonhridge. 
1894. Andrews, Henry Russell, Wimpole-st. 
1851. Andrews, .James, Jlampstead. 

.1901, Andrews, James Altord, Finehley. 

1888. Andrews, Gctavius Wm., Royal Sa ry. 
1885. Andrews, Richard, Xew MaUhn. 
1805. Andrews, Richard James, Exeter. 

1874. Andrews, Samuel, Basingstoke. 

1861. Andy, Senjee I'ulney, Madras. 

1889. Angear, Frederick Chas., Formosa. 
1885. Augior, Thomas Matthews, Wigan. 

1884. Anglin, Wm. Gardiner, Ontario. 
1867, Angove, Edward Scudamore. Ha.ihy. 

1875. .Vngove, William Tliomas, «S', Austr. 
1857. Angus, .lames Acworth, Neweastlc. 
1908. Anklesaria,Ivekobad C, Tavistock-pl. 
1907. Anklesaria, Manekjee D., Cook Sf Son. 

1902. Anley , Frederick Eustace, Rcy. Nary. 

1885. Anuacker, ICrnest, Manchester. 
1878. Annand, (leorge. West Australia. 

1903. Annand, Wm. Eraser, Marylebone-rd. 
1882, Anness, Fredk. Richard, Durban. 
1897. Anning, George Paul, Leeds. 

18'o5. Anningson, Bushell, Cambridge. 
1875. Anningson, Thirkell, Great Grimsby. 
1894. Annis, Ernest George, Westcombe-2)k. 
1889. Anson, Geo. Edward, iV'e?^ Zealand. 
1892. Ansorce, William John, Uganda. 

1896. Anstev-Chare, Thomas, Cardiff. 

1903. Anrh()nisz, Edward Guy, R.A.M.C. 
1856. Anthonisz, Peter 1)., C.M.G., Ceylon. 

1897. Anthony, Frederic, Hungerford. 

1862. Antonini, Charles, 

1 907. Apperly, Raymond Eben., St. Geo.-rd. 
1864. Appleby, Fdk. Ilem-y, Xeirark-on-T. 
1880. Appleford,Stepuenlierbert,7'V;/.v6//;7/. 
188S. Applegate, John Wm., Dewsbnry. 
1884. Appleton, Harry, Helston. 
1888. Appleton, Jas. Enderby, Bournernlth. 
1867. Appleton, Robt. Carlisle, Beverley, 

1904. Appleton, Roy, Beverley. 

1878. Appleton, Thomas Alfred, Fulham. 
1894. Appleyard, Francis Edwd., Rhodesia. 
1907. Appleyard, James,- Bradford. 
1878; Apthorp, Fredk. Wm., Bnrgess Hill. 
1900. Ai-augo, Miguel, Gower-street, W.C. 
1892. Arathoon, Hilary Chas., Royal Xavi/. 
1900. Arbuthuot,T.S.,c/o.S7a;>%J^-6>;., Pall 
1904. Arch, Arthur James, Coventn/.[ Mall 



1873. Arc eY,Fidmond hewis, S.Austraha. 
1887. Archer, Ernest R. B., WaltJiamstow. 
1870. Archer, George Ernest, Feltwell. 
1881. Archer, Henry Edward, Norivood. 
1865. Archer, Herbert Kay, Jersey. 

1894. Archer, Samuel Arthur, R.A.M.C. 
1892. Archer, Stafford Lewis, Hampstead. 
1869. Archer, Th.OQ.'Bv\ttm,Nottinc)ham-pl. 
1884. Archer, Thos.Launcelot, Westminster. 
1905. Archibald, Richard Jas., Touting. 
1903. Aro-les, Ernest Edwd., Oxford-ter.^ W. 
1864. Arglfis, Frank, Wanstead. 
1892, Argyle, Stanley Seymour, Victoria. 

1907. Aris, Fredk. Wm.,'^Ja?naica, W.I. 
1899. Arkle, Alex. Septimus, Liverpool. 
1889. Arkwright, Jos. Arthur, Welheck-st. 
1894. Armer, Alfred, Barmouth. 

1894. Armit, Henry Wm., Wenihley. 
1905. Armitage, Charles E. A., Lancaster. 

1884. Armitage, Edward Harris, Haivaii. 

1908. Armitage, Frank R., Wolverhampton. 
1903, Armitage, John James, Cheltenham. 
1896. Armitage, Richard, Cheltenham. 
1896, Armson, Charles James, Yoxall. 

1885, Armson, Frank Greasle}^ Yo.vall. 
1883. Armstrong, Artli. Jas, M., Soidhyate. 
1907. Armstrong, Arthur Keith, .7Z?///?c/«/e, 
1877. Armstrong, Geo. Riehd., L^oxrock, Jr. 
1861. Armstrong, George Wm., Greemvich. 
1896, Armstrong, Harry Fdk.Wm., Futney. 
1864. Armstrong, Henry ILdiVfd.., Neivcastle. 

1874. Armstrong.Hry.Geo., WeUingto7iColl. 
1863. Armstrong, Joseph Foster, S. Shields. 

1885, Armstrong, Leonard Henry, Fipon. 
1872. Armstrong, Robt, Stow, Maida-hill. 

1903, iVrmstroDg, Walt, Seymour, Ihdney. 
1889. Armstrong, Wilfrid Ernest A., i.Jf.lS'. 
1877, Armstrong, William, Buxton. 
1852, Armstrong, William Bruce, 

1852. Armstrong, Wyndham Fitzgerald. 
1907. Armstrong-Dash, Chas. .las., Hove. 
1887, Amim, Henry Chas, Leffler, LM.S. 
1887. Arnison, Wm, Drewett, Neivcastle. 
1 894. Arnold, Edwin Gilbert Emerson, Fiji. 

1886. Arnold, Francis Sorell, Ipsden. 
1907. Arnold, Fred, Gctavias, Llale. 
1885, Arnold, William, Melton Moivhray. 
1885. Arnold-Wallinger,Rob. N., Chelmsfd. 
1877. Arnott, Sandford, Brixton-road. 
1905. Arnott, William, Beverley. 

1904, Arnonld, Loris Arthur, Nevern-scj. 
1891. Artliur, Francis, JJethnall-yreen. 
1861. Arthur, James, Henley-in-Arden. 
18it7. Arthur, Jos. Hugh, Commercial-rd . 
1867. Arundell, Shirley Woolmer, i'wMaw. 
1857. Asbury, Charles John, Sydenham. 
J907. Ascough, Matthew Th(.s., Bonally. 


1890. Ash, Alfred Edwin, Iloniton. 
1905, Ash, Berkeley Noel, Hampstead. 

1904, Ash, Edwin Lancelot, Finohley. 

1896, Ash, Percy Roberts, Hull. 

1858. Ash, Thos. Limiiugton, Lfolsworthy. 

1859, Ash, William, Clap)ham. 
1898. Ashby, Edgar, York. 

1907, Ashby, Hugh Tuke, Didshury. 
1886, Ashby, John, Leeds. 

1880. Ashdown, Geo. Wm, Wetton, Ripley. 
1898. Ashe, Frank, R.A.M.C. 

1879, Ashe,Wni,Percy,yl/e.i«/ic?e/'-s^,,S.W. 
1858. Ashenden, Charles, Hastings. 

1888. Ashford, Claude Henry, Plymouth. 

1897, Ashford, William, Topsham. 

1900. Ashley, Hbt. Ernest, Water-lane^ E. 
1893. Ashley, Martin, Weston-s.-Mare. 
1885. Ashley, Sydney Dukes, Brixton. 

1870. Ashmore-Noakes, Samuel S., Nice. 

1881. Ashton, Charles Ernest, Seine. 

1896. Ashton, George, Manchester. 
1902, Ashton, John Hilton, So7ithport. 
1895. Ashton, Joseph, Car no, N. Wales. 
1856, Ashurst, Wm. Robert, Farningham. 

1880, Ashwell, Herbt, Geo., Nottingham. 

1895, Ashwin,Richd,H.,ilfar7v^'^^ Weiyhton. 
1877. Ash worth , John Wallwork, Stockport. 

1905. Atikhaiu, Hugh IjOvjvih, Fovercourt. 

1882. Aslaniau, Bedros, Tauris, Persia. 

1882, Aslett, George Stratton, Tiverton. 

1897. Aslett, William Stacey, Leicester. 

1885, Aspinall, John, Stoke-on-Trent. 

1890. Aspinwall, John FuUerton, Marsden. 

1896, Aspland, Wm. Harold G., Sneinton. 
1863. Aspray, CJiarles Owen, F. Bariiet. 
1895. Astbury, Thomas, Market Boswortli. 

1891. Aston, Richard Henry, Ashford. 

1886. Aston, William, Birmingham. 

1898. Atal, Pandit Piaraylal, 1. M. S. 

1892. Atcherley, John, Haivaii. 

1 892. Atchley, Edwd, Godfrey C. F., Cliftoyi. 
1858. Atchley, George Frederick, Bristol. 
1891. Atkey, Percy James, Sotdliamptoti. 
1861. Atkins, Charles Alfred, Army. 

1883, Atkins, Ernest, Plunistcad. 

1871, Atkins, Francis Crrant. 

1873, Atkins, Francis Thos,, Bournemouth. 

1905. Atkins, Fredk. Durnford, Cockington. 
1895. Atkins, George Ernest, Womhwell. 
1853 Atkins, Henry, 1. M. S. 

1891 , Atkins, .John Francis, Birmingham. 
1871. Atkinson, Alfred James, Chiswick. 

1884, Atkinson, Ambrose, Green-lanes, N. 
1890, Atkinson, Arthur Edward, Uganda. 

1908. Atkinson, iVrthur George, Norwood. 
1 8iK), Atlunaon, Clms.Mason. Ashford, Kent. 

1906, Atkinson, Edward L., Montagti-pl, 




1874. Atkinsou, Fnincis lulward, ISetfle. 

1896. Atkinsou, Fredk. llol^ate, Grimsby. 
18(kJ. Atkinson, Frederick Pag"t', Be.vhill. 

1897. Atkinson, (ieor<re Louis, Hampton. 
1902. Atkinson, Cieo. J. »S., WolvcrlKDnpton. 
1H87. Atkinson, ( iuy C. J^., MeltonMoahrdy. 
1902. Atkinsou, Harold Wni.,*SV/^/-'yt WalWii 
18.53. Atkinson, Harry Leigh, I'ittoria. 
1902. Atkinson, Henry Lawrence, Leeds. 
1892. Atkinson, I lugli N. C, Jfpp. Norwood. 

1892. Atkinson, .Tackson Arth., A'/i^/r-s/^/'o". 
186."1 Atkinson, .James, Crewe. 

1878. Atkinson, John Mitford, Ilony Komj, 

1893. Atkinson, John Parkinson, Lijnton. 

1854. Atkinson, Robert, /. R.N.^ Co. Cork. 
18(59. Atkinson, Robert, Sinethwick. 

1901. Atkinson, Samuel Ernest, Lovfjhbro' . 

1902. Atkinsou, Stanley Bean, Hacknei/. 

1855. Atkinsou, Thos. Grantham, Worthiny. 
1881. Atkinson, Thos. Reuell,(?/mr/M,T//-;iVi^. 
1881. Atkinsou, Tho3. Ruell, Earrs-court. 
1872. Atkinson, Walter Mark, Cape Col 
1883. Atkinson, AVilliam, Clapham. 

1905. Attenborouo-h , Wilfrid G., King's Coll. 

1881. Atterbury, Walter, Wood-yreen, ^. 
1850. Atttield, George Cooke, Bri(/hto7i. 
1900. Atthill, Frank, Colchester. 

1906. Attlee, Cecil Knight, Tootiny. 
1892. Attlee, John, Brook-st., W. 

1900. Attlee, Wilfrid Henry Waller, Eton. 

1901. Attwood, Richd. Denton, SoutJiwark. 
1865. Attyg-alle, John, Ceylon. 

1895. Aubiu, Euiile Dupout, Thames, N.Z. 
1885. Aubrey, Alfd.Reub., Weston-s.-Mare. 

1903. Aubrey, Geo. Ernest, Chelmsford. 

1907. Aubrey, Harold Percivall, Trinity-sq. 

1897. Aubrey, Sydney Ernest, Durban. 
1899. Aubrey, Thomas, ^/-/.sfo/. 

1896. Auden, George Augustus, York. 

1882. Audland, Wni. Edward, If ''^//m^ftoro'. 
1881. Austen, Henry Hinds, Ilarlty-street. 

1890. Austen, Harold Wni. C, Harley-st. 
1S88. Austen, Thomas, Boyal Navy. 
1899. Austin, Elfred Chalmers, Ruyby. 
1885. Austin, Herbert Ward, R.A.M.C. 
1892. Austin, Jolin Henry Edward, Army. 
1906. Austin, John Stames, Moseley. 
1906. Austin, Lorimer John, Bristol. 

1898. Austin, Neyille Henry, Linqf,eld. 

1891. Austin, Reg. F. EdnVund, R.A.M.C. 
1808. AuvStin, Sydney Charles, Limjfeld. 

1892. Auty, Chkrles'llarley, Willesden. 
1888. Ayarne, Arthur Blair, Blaenaron. 
1887. Ayeliue, Henry T. Sidney, Cofford. 

1908. Ayeling, Charles James, Clapton. 

1902. Aveling, Le-<lie Rildwin, Roi/ton. 
1862. Ayerill, Alfred, Zw?/7/o«. 


1H.S4, Averill, C'harhiH, Macclesfield. 
1904. Avery, John, iSinclair-road, W. 
190(5. Ayery, John Stanley, firistol. 
1^^9(5. Avery, Lt!()nard Avery, May/air. 
li)04. Aviss, William George, Coventry. 
lilOl. Awdry, Arthur John, Berkelei/.' 
1881. Awdry, \\'alter Robert, Berkeley. 
1894. Axford, Sidney liertram, Ealnumth. 
1863. Axford, William Ilem-y, Southsea. 
1S(51. Axhani, Fdk. \Vm,, (ilasshouse-st, 
1901. Aylen, Ernest Vaughan, R.A.M.C. 

1904. Ayleu, John, Southsea. 

1905. Avlwanl, Edward J3ailev, Bassett. 
1889. Aylwiird,Walt.Chas., TunUdye Wells. 
1888. Aymard, John Law, Transvaal. 
1907. Ay re, Frederick John, St. Aynes. 
1878. Ayres, Alfred Rq^. Aston, Merton. 






































Baber, Edw^ard Cressvyell, Briyhton. 
Baber, Henry Aitkens, Bere Alston. 
Baber, John James Yarrow, New Z. 
Babington, Stanley Noel, China. 
Bacha, Ardeshir Pestonji, Treboiir-rd. 
Back, Alfred Henry, Acle. 
Back, Herbert Hatfield, Acle. 
Backhouse, Chas. Fenwick, *S'^. Ives. 
Bacon, Alfred Thomas, Leeds. 
Bacon, Rbt. Alt'. Edwd., Southatnpfon. 
Bacot, Wm. Rick ward, Queensland. 
Bacque, Wm. Jules, Bath. 
Badcock, Arthur, Fork. 
Badcock, Austin Lewis, Briyhton. 
Badcock, Chas. llaUord, Norfhanipton. 
Badcock, Ernest Reg., Wandsworth. 
Badcock, Hy. Jn. Francis, Gillinyham. 
Badcock, John Henry, Ilarley-st. 
Baddeley, (Jhas. Edward, Belvedere. 
Badger, Arthur Roscoe, Birm.inyham. 
Baguall-Oakley, John Lewis, R.N. 
Bagshawe, Herbert Vale, R.A.M.C. 
Bagshawe, Arthur Wm. G., Uganda. 
Bahadurji, J.X., Up. Bedford-pl.,\V.C. 
Bahr, Philip Heinrich, O.rted. 
Bailey, Bernard K. Granv., Midhurst. 
Bailey, Chas. Fredk., Briyhton. 
liailey, Chas. Hy. Farley,' Bedford. 
Bailey, Francis William, Liverpool. 
Bailey, Geo. Fdk. Selb(nne, Jf V/^/orc?. 
Bailey, Henry Frederick,, S.E. 
Bailey, Henry, Ilorsforth. 
Bailey, Jas. Connur Ma.vwell,Z)///w'/t'^. 
Bailey, Lionel Oanyers, Sinclair-rd. 
Bailey, Matthias, Liverpool. 



1898. Bailey, Reginald Tiirelfall, Liverpool. 

1878. Bailey, Rbt. Greeuoak, Jo7m-s^., W.C. 

1892. Bailey, Thos. \Vm., *S^. Mary Cray. 
18G4. Bailey, William. 

1900. Bailey, Wm. Arthur, Prescot. 

1884. Bailey, Win. Hy., Southall. 

1903. Baillie, Jas. Hamilton Hall, Epsom. 
18-84. Baillie, Rbt. Alex., Stoke Netvuu/ton. 

1879. Baillie, Rchd. H., T/iames Tc't CU. 
187(3. Bain, Dayid Stuart Erskine, I. M.S. 
1903. Bain, William, Middlesex-hosp. 

1899. Bainbridge, Fi^imcis \vt\\.,Guy'' s-hosp. 
1866. Bainbridge, George, I. M.S. 

1873. Baines, Egerton Oiias. Aug., Henley, 

1889. Baines, Joseph Charles, Malrern. 

1880. Baird, X\\diY^\\^B. A. M.C., Worcester. 

1893. Baird, Jas. Jos. Wm., Brixton. 
1897. Baird, Roy, Fearon, I. M.S. 

1899. Baiss, Llewelyn Arnold, Royal Navy. 
1875. Baker, Albert de Winter, Putney. 

1897. leaker, Alfred Eaton, Hastifiys. 

1900. Baker, Arthur de Chair, Croydon. 
1888. Baker, Arthur Ernest, Brook-st., W. 

1898. Baker, Clement John, Uganda. 

1899. Baker,I)odingtonG.R.Sherston,/w//m. 
1905. Baker, Fredc. Chas. Joseph, Ealing. 

1877. Baker, Fredk. Grenfell, Notting-hill. 
1899. Baker, Fredk. Reliand, Brighton. 
1858. Baker, Geo. Henry, Mare-street, E. 

1885. Baker, Geo. Henry, I. M.S. 

1896. Baker, Gerald Rumsey, Br. Columbia. 
1905. Baker, Harold Ramsay P., Teignnith. 
19C0, Baiv'er, Harry Cecil, Cape Colony. 
1869. Balcer, Henrv Francis, Mandeville-pl. 

1890. Balcer, Herbert 8tainer, Rushden, 

1881. Baker, Jas. Barrington, Einchley. 

1892. Baker, John Charles, Aylesbury. 
1873. Baker, John Heilr}', Cuekjield. 

1853. Baker, Slade lunes, Abingdon. 

1878. Baker, Thomas, Cosliam. 

1886. Baker, Walter Robert, Torquay. 

1893. Baker, Wildman Edward, Putney. 
188(5. Baker, Wm. Henry, Ealing. 

1879. Baker, William James, R.A.M.C. 
1899. Baker, Wm. Langworthy, Forest-hill. 
1899. Baker, Wm. Lincoln, R.A.M.C. 

1854. Bakewell, Robt. Hall, New Z. 
1892. Bakewell, Robt. Turle, Welbeck-st. 

1894. Bakhle, Chintaman R., I.M.S. 
1859. Balderston, Henry Frederick. 

1898. Balderston, Robert, Forest-hill. 
1872. Baldock, Alfred, EarV s-court-road. 
1891. Baldock, l^^dward Henry, Hereford. 

1899. Bald 'A in, Edgar, Rochdale. 

1896. Baldwin, Francis Jno. Aug., Ga^nhia, 
1879. Baldwin, Fdk. Benj. .liid^^i^, Banbury. 
1887. Baldwin, Harry. Cavendisli-square. 

1892, Baldwin, Hy. Clifford, Huddersjield. 

1903. Baldwin, Thomas Paul, He?me-hill. 
1862, Bale, William, Stockport. 

1890. Bale, William Barker, Stockport. 
1901. Balean, Hermann, Brighton. 

1905. Ball, Alfred, Musicell-hilL 

1901. Ball, Chas. Rowan H., Hunstanton. 
1907. Ball, Francis Jas., Rugby., Canada. 
1870. Ball, Jas. Barry, Up. Wimpole-st., W. 
18(35, Ball, John Augustus, Eye. 

1885. Ballachey, H. Holloway, Heckington. 

1890. BallancejHbt. Stanley, Weston-s.-M. 

1887. Ballance, Jn.Descarrieres, Edgbaston. 

1861, Ballard, Charles, Oxford. 
lvS7(), Ballard. Philip, Sntarden. 

1893, Ballard, Robert, Market Harbro. 

1888. Ballingall, (ieo. A., *S'^, Leonard's. 
1907. Balsara, Jehangir C., Westbourne-pk. 

1906, Balthasar, Ewald, Hampstead. 
1906. Baly, Arthur Lionel, Hampstead. 

1894, Baly, Chas, Francis Fey ton, Ilarley-st. 

1878. Bamber, Chas. James,' I.M.S. 
1900. Bamber, William Edward, Bidton. 
1893. Bamfield, Harold Jn.Kinahan, 7.^1/. ^S. 
1882. Bam ford, Chas. Robert, Uttoxeter. 

1891. Bamford, Thomas, Uttoxeter. 

1882. Banatvala,Horniasjee Edaljee,/, Jf ,>S. 
1882. Bauerjia, Mahendra Nath., Calcutta. 

1888. Banerji, Umadas, Calcutta. 

1862. Bangay, Richard, N. F\nchley. 

1892, Banham, Cecil Walt. Ramsay, Z^e//^. 

1902, Banham, Sidney INIarshall, Ealinq. 
1882, Banham, Wm, Wilfred, Sheffield. 
1906. Bankart. Arth. Syd.Blui.deU,!e/\ 
1904. Bankes, John Herbert, Sinclair-road. 

1893, Bankes-Price, Hugh, Coventry. 
1890, Bankes-Price, Sy dn ey Hbt,, Stroud-gr. 

1867. Banks, Henry Percy, Seymour-pl. 

1868, Banks, John Alexander Percival. 

1879. Banks, William, Falmouth. 

1894. Bannerman,Geo,D.K. ,//?>//? Wycmbe. 
1900. Bannerman, Walter Biggar, Beckley. 
1858. Banning, Robert Jos., Shoeburyness. 
1887. Bannister, Marmaduke, Blackburn. 
l9(J6, Barber, Alec, Westclif. 

1902, Barber, Charles Harrison, LM.S. 
1884. Barber, Fredc, Samuel, Streatham. 

1890. Barber, Geo.T.Congrexe, Birmingh''m. 

1891. Barber, Geo. Walter, W. Australia. 
1902. Barber, Hugh, Sheffield. 

1904, Barber, John Watson, Ilkeston. 

1895, l^arber, Maurice Charles, Bristol, 
1872, Barber, (Oliver, Hastings. 

1886, Tkrber, Perciyal Ellison, Sheffield. 

1889. Barber, Sidney Frederick, Sheffield. 

1892. Barberi, Jose Ignacio, Liverpool. 

1904. Barclay, Alfred Ernest, Brest wich. 




189G. Jkrchiy, FUnbt. CliUbi-d, Xew Zeal. 
Iy08. l-lardsley, Henry, M-arctoti. 

1899. Bard.swdl, Noel Dean, Mldhurst. 
1855. Baretti, Thos. Geo. L'Knardi, Clifton. 
1888. Harford, Arthur Morton, Chichester. 
1905. Bari'ord, J-iiiies Leslie, Kint/s Coll. 

1895. Bartbrd, Percy Crompe, iSelsei/-on-S. 
1901. BarlianijGuy Foster, / i'ondford-hridye. 
1801. liarluuu, llbt. Fdk.Ileury, IVorthiiu/. 

1900. Barhain, Percy Cornelius. Jhdwiih, 
1908. Bariii, Dinsha Uari'usba, Bomhaij. 

1901. ]3ark, Ernest Gilbert, Birmingham. 

1873. Bark, Ernest Onesimus, Birmiiajham. 

1876. Bark, John, Liverpool. 

1808. Barkas, Wni, James, Sydnci/jX.S. W. 

1884. Barker, Alfd. J as. (Tlanville, Borneo. 

1887. Barker, Alleyue Ilayward, Wantage. 

1892. Barker, Chesman, Finchley. 
1859. Barker, Daniel. 

1896, Barker, Ernest Marriott, St. Leonards. 

1888. Barker, Frederic, Lint-oln. 
1903. Barker, Frederic, Great Bridge. 

1877. Barker,Frederick Kowlandjii'..^. Jf . C. 

1889. Barker, Geo. Henry. Clifton, Bristol. 

1893. Barker, Geo. J^aycocu", Gold Coast. 

1 874. Barker, I Irv. ]\1 artvn. Samhncn,I.of W. 

1900. Barker,IlorceJ.M.D.S.,JJ"7/»;?.s^fty-^s. 

1885. Barker, John Gollier, Watford. 
1889. Barker, Jolui Hamer, Bolton. 
1896, Bcirker, Percy Duckw(,>rth, Be.vhill. 

1869. Barker, Richd. Henrv, Hnnqerford. 

1894. Barker, Toft, Corfe Castle. 

1875. Barker, Walter Herbert, Victoria. 
1884. Barker, Wni. Jas. Townseud, Fulham. 
1863. Barker, Wni. Lewington, Chelsea. 

1889. Barkworth,Hy.S.,Jim.^^/(e?/<e"//i- CCb. 

1901 . Barlet, Jehan 'Sle\ii{{\ih,Shaftesb'' ry-av. 
1883. Barley, David Henry, Leeds. 

i^^k^. Barlow, Arthur Edward, Leicester. 

1886. Barling. Arthur Stanley, Lancaster. 

1903. Barlow,' Charles, Foplar. 

1890. Barlow, George, Lythani. 

1891. Barlow, Henrv (joodesQ, Jamaica- rd. 
1898. Barlow, Herbert Cecil, St. Ives. 

1898. Barlow, tlbt.'VA'm.Levland. Ur?nston. 
1871. Barlow, Sir Thomas. Bart.,' K.C.V.O. 
1896. Barlow, Thos. Wm. Xaylor, Bootle. 
1873. Barnard, Charles Edward, Victoria. 

1878. Barnard, John Henrv, Biarritz. 
1894. Barnes, Arthur, We'lbeck-street , W. 
1873. Barnes, Arthur Richard, Merstham. 

1899. Barnes, Arthur Stanley, Birmingham, 

1870. Barnes, Edgar (leorge, Eye. 

1862. Barnes, ^(\.\\(\.Ch.Qi&., Hanimersjnith. 
1905. Barnes, Ernest Chas. F.., Barnsbury. 
1907. Barnes, Ernest Chas. Page, Bath. 

1904, Barnes. Frederick, Sheffield. 


185(). JJarncs. George, Uradford-(m-A. 
1901. liarnes, George, Hammersmith. 
190(). i^arnes, Geo. Charles, ILoylalce. 
1880. Barnes, (4eo. Yxv^^iS^., Strtaiham-com. 
18(54. Jiarnes, Henry, Carlislv. 

1903. liarnos, Henrv Edgar, Eye. 
1879. Barnes, Fleury John, li.A.M.C. 

1892. Barnes, Herbert Cooper, Petvorth. 

1898. liarnes, John Alfred, Cliiswiclc. 

1899. Barne.s,Jn. Artli. Percival, 'Voitenhani. 
185(5. Barnes, .John luhvard, Clare, Snjf'ollc. 
1875. Barnes, John James, South/nn-t. 
1899. Barnes, Jos. Sandert, Luton. 

1891. Barnes, Jjeonard Stewart, Welwyn. 
1862. Barnes, Thos. HtMiry, Lavender-hill. 
1882. Barnes, Walter Stanlev, Br. Guiana. 

1859. Barnes, Wni. E. (i., Paddingt'n-st.,W. 

1901. Barnett, Bertram Leeds Thos., Cairo. 
1907. Barnett, Ernest Cuthb., Leeston, X.Z. 
1885. L>arnett, Frank Septimus, Jjewisham. 
1888. Barnett, Horatio, Church Stretton. 
1852. Barnett, John Mil ford, Be.rhill-on-S. 

1885. Barnett, Lawrence, S. Hampstead.* 

1902. Baruicot, Joseph, Sheplei/. 

1879. Barns, John (4av, Whratley. 

1905. Baron, Alfred Edud., Dunedin, ZN. 
1888. Baron, Horatio Nelson. Oriord. 
1887. Barr, Horace Carlos, Rotherham. 

1894. Barr, Valentine ll^vhi.. New Zealand. 
1869. Bari'aclough, George, Biutvn. 
1865. Barraclough, Robt. W. S., Parh-pl. 
1905. Barradell-Smirh, Sydney, J/ V/ar.-/<oi</^. 

1860. Barratt, Alfred, Birmingham. 

1880. Barratt, Herbert James, R.A.M.C. 
1859. Barratt, Oglethorpe W., Birmingham. 
1887. Barret, Edward Ernest, Paris. 
1859. Barrett, Alfred Edwd., Holland-pk. 
1891. Bai-rett, Alfd. Tveppel, Kensington. 
1869. Barrett, Ashley A\'ni., C'are//ci'j.5A-/;/«c<'. 
1899. Barrett, Edmund Howard, Iver. 

1886. Barrett, Ernest, Market Eeeping. 
1897. Barrett, Fredk. Walt., Cavendish-pl. 

1904. Barrett, Henry Edwd., Holland-pk. 
1865. Barrett, Howard, Queensboro^-ter. 

1895. Barrett, Jas. W. C, Bhondda-valley. 
1862. Barrett, John James, Balham. 

1856. Barrett, Osman. 

1885. Barrett, Robert Hasby, Wisbech. 
188(5. Barrett, Sidney E., Stoke Newini/ton. 

1893. Barrett, Walt. Russell, Harley-si., W. 
1885. Barrett, Wm. Peard, Folkestone. 
1867. Barrick. Eli James, Toronto. 

1907. Bariington, Fredk. Jas. F., Sicafham. 

1 857. Barrington, NicholasWm., *S/. Geo.-rd. 

1905. Barrionuevo, Jose Maria, Costa Pica. 
1905. Barris, John Davis, Putney. 

1884. Barritt, Gilbert Lacy, Spalding. 



1895. Barritt, John Thomas, Newton-heath. 

1867. Barroll, (jeorge William. 

]808. Barron, Henry Thompson, Bnlham. 

1879. Barron, Hf^rbert George, Southport. 
190(3. Barron, Biebard Duiilop, Neio Zeal. 
1900. Barron, Robt. Macpherson, I. M.S. 

1895. Barron, Thos. Ashbv, Spoiidon. 
1875. Barron, Thomas Wnlter, Durham. 

1896. Barron, WilHe Netterville, Ascol. 

1875. Barrow, Arthnr T[a.jnes,Southmnpton. 
1871, Barrow, Frank Edward, Army. 
1873. Barrow, Frederick, Rothhury. 
1894. Barrow, Geo. Angnstus, Manchester. 
1898. Barrow, Harold P. Waller, i^.^. J/. C. 

1871. Barrow, Henry J n. Waller, R.A.M.C. 
1877, Barrow, Lancelot Andrews, Charlton. 

1880. Barrow, Roger William, Liverpool. 
1863. Barrow, Thos, Samuel, Weymouth. 
1893, Barrow, Wm. Dodgson, Lancaster. 

1876. Barrs, Alfred (ieorge, Leeds. 
1891. Barry, Cecil Chas. Stuart, I.M.S. 
1865. Barry, Edward Joseph, Putney. 

1867. Barry, James William, Putney. 
1850. Barry, John ChamberLiyne. 

1903. Barry, Thos. St. John, Liverpool. 
1883. Barry, Thos. David Oollis, LM.S. 
1855, Barry, W^m., /, Bengal Civil Service. 
1852, Bartlet, John Henry, Ipswich. 

1900. Bartlett, Basil Sorley, R.A.M.C. 
1883. Bartlett, Benjamin Pope, Bourton. 

1904. Bartlett, Chas. Eastty, Brighton. 

1872. Bartlett, Edward, Connaught- square. 
1903. Bartlett, Edward Leslie, Lincoln. 

1901. Bartlett, Ernest Jn, Reeve, Ipswich. 

1877. Bartlett, Felix Paul. OtterySt. Mary. 
1891. Bartlett, Frank Whiufield, lioinsey. 
1906, Bartlett, George Bertram, Wimborne. 
1906, Bartlett, George Norton, Guys. 

1886, Bartlett, Hedley C, Saffron Walden. 
1875. Bartlett, Henry, Norivood-rd., S.E. 

1868. Bartlett, James Prime, Otisluuj-gd^is. 
1900. Bartlett, Lionel Jasper, Cricklewood. 
1891. Bartlett, Ralph Clarke, Roinsey. 

1873. Bartlett, William, Opotiki, N.Z. 
1862, Bartley, Achesou Geo., A.M.I). 
1906. Barton, Bertram Henry, Wallinyton. 

1897. Barton, Chas. Nath., *S'. Kensington. 

1887. Barton, Edwin Alfred, Kensington. 

1869. Barton, Edwin Wm., Market-Rasen. 
1897. Barton, Eustace Robt., Portugal. 
1903. ]^>arton, Francis, Liscard. 

1887. liarton, Francis Alex., Beekenham. 
1889. Barton, Fredc. Wm., Stovkwell. 

1888. Jiarton, Geo. A.IIeaton, Jr>6'i!6'r7ie-jo^. 

1878. Pjarton, Geo. Henry, Market-Rasen. 

1902. Barton, Guy Douglas, Wegltridge. 
1872. Barton, James YA^^'Axii^Brookwood. 


1875, Barton, James Kingston, Courtfield-rd. 

1897. Barton, John, Blackburn. 

1896. Barton, Percy Fredc, Wimbled<m. 

1880. Harton, Wm. Edwin, Streatham. 
1900. Barwell, Francis Reinagle, Dartford. 
1907. Barwick,R.Lavington,Zfir;;?6e'M-77,-r«Z, 
1885. Barwise, Sidney, Dupield. 

1893, Ba8combe,EdwinC.D,,6>/^row Walden 
] 895. Basden, Harold Stevens, Crowborough. 

1893. Bashall, Chas. Edward, W. Byjieet. 

1 904. Basht\)rd, Henry Ho ward, Xo?2rtf.//os/?. 
1891, Baskett, Bertr. (ieo. Mortimer, X^e^/s, 

1875. Bass, Charles Wm., 7F. Kensiitgton. 

1899. Bassano, Harold Fredc, Ventnor. 

1885. Basset, Walter, Neivport, Man. 
1849. Bassett, ^\m. Fredk., N.S. W. 

1881. Bassett, Wm. Fdk. Prichard, X.S.W, 

1883. Bassett-Smith, Percy \\m.,R.N. 
1860. Bastian, Henry C, Manchester-sq. 

1900. Bastian, William, Royal Navy. 
1889. Basu, Baman Das, I.M.S. 
1887. Batchelor, Cliarles, Staines. 

1894. Batchelor, Ernest Hall, Bridlington. 
1871. Batchelor, Ferdinand Campion, N.Z. 
1877. Batchelor, Geo. Arth., Cape Toivn. 

1876. Batchelor, Henry Thos., Cape Col. 
1874. Bate, George, Plymouth. 

1865, Bate, Geo. Paddock, Hackney. 
1894. BateJ John, Victoria-pk.-sq., N.E. 
1889. Bate, Richard Francis, Royal Navy. 
1868, Bately, John, Gorleston. 
1900. Bateman, Herbt. Raymond,i2.^. J/, C. 

1882. Bateman, Hinton Ernest, York. 

1886. B&temain, lloht.W3,tevmg, Eastbourne, 

1898. Bates, Geo. Llewellyn, Ilarley-st. 
1886. Bates, George Tweedie, Builth. 

1880. Bates, Henry Leslie, St. Albans. 
1891. Bates, J as. Curling, West Norwood. 
1904. Bates, Joah Edwd. Lionel, Norwood. 
1894, Bates, John Edwin, Wimbledon. 

1889. Bates, Stephen Henry, Ilighqate. 
1898. Bates, Thomas Wright, Bootle. 
1868. Bates, Tom, Worcester. 

1884. Bateson, John Francis, Army. 

1877. Bathe, Anthony John, Southampton. 
1874. Bathe, Hy. Hearsey, Asansol, Bengal, 
1904. Bathurst, Lacey, Sydenham. 

1885. Batburst, Lancelot, Kllesmere. 
189.'). Batburst, LuUum Wood, Colville-ter, 

1890. Batley, Albert Brook, Christchurch. 

1881. Batson, Robt. Sewell, Dorking. 

1878. Batson, Wm. Lascelles, Dorking. 
1867. Batt, Charles Dorringt«»n, Witney. 
1877. Battams, James Scott, Clapham. 
1904. Batten, Herbt. E., Wig an Infirmary, 

1882. Batten, Rayner Derry, Harley-st. 
1857, Batten, Rayner W^., Gloucester, 




1861. iiatten, Willijuu Sniitl), Caf/te. 
I87."i. Jiatterbiiry, Geo. Henry, Winihonie. 
1870. Hattei'biiry,Richd.Le}j;j^,5<'rA;/fro«.s/tY/. 
]80."i. Hattorsby, Charles Henry, Cannes. 

1898. liatteson, Carol I^ntlier, (u>l'lhawk-rd. 
i860. IJatteson, John, Goldhdwk-rd. 
1900. Battisconibe, Eric Geo., Br id (/water. 

1903. Battle, Charles Jolui, .\at(d. ' 

1894. Battle, Edwd.Wharniby,/)iV?/i?>////i'/«. 
1879. Batty, Wm. Eaton Latham, Lam/ton. 
1897. Battye, Walter Uothney, i.J/.«S'.' 
1864. Battye, William. 

1897. Baumann, Eniil Panl, Transvaal. 

1886. Bannig-artner, Wy .'^., Newcast I e-on-T. 
1 870. Baunigartuer, Joli n li.^ Newcastle-on- J\ 

1899. Bawtree, Erauk, Maldon. 

1887. Baxendell, Arthnr, Aldershot. 

1900. Baxter, Charles Thomas, Hoy. Navy. 
180^3. l^axter, Henry Ehnhnrst. 

1895. Baxter, Stephen Edw., Wellingboro\ 
18o9. J^axter, William Henry. 

1883. Baxter, Wni. Whittington, New Zeal. 
1894. Bayfield, John Blyth, Twvkenham. 

1857. Bayley, Joseph, Northampton. 

1867. IWlie, William Edward, Yoxford. 

1853. Baylis, Angustus William. 
1897. 15aylis, Henrv, Long Eaton. 

1897. Baylis, Hv. Edwd. M., Maidenhead. 
1890. Bayliss, liichard Arthur, Bath. 
1876. Bavlv, Geo. Sargent, Port Elizaheth. 
1900. Bayly, Huiih W., O.rf. S^- Camb. Club. 

1858. Bayntun, Franc-is Thos., New Zeal. 

1888. Bays, Jas. Thos., 6r;Y^y^«?;^sfo^t•/^, Cape. 

1904. Bazalgette, Sidney, Bristol. 

1905. Bazett, Henry, a8'^. John's Wood. 

1868. Beach, Fletcher, JJ'inipole-street, W. 
1894. Beach, Henrv Wm., Yarmouth. 

1889. Beach, Thomas Boswall, R.A.M.C. 

1894. Beachcro ft, Francis Sewai'd,P6?f ^ror^/i. 
1902. Beadel, Alg-ernon Jas., St. Leonards. 
1887. Beadle,Joseph,J//<7r7/e^on-m-7VfiY/«/<^. 

1862. Beadles, Arthur, Forest-hill. 

1895. Beadles, Arth. Harry, Forest-hill, S.E. 

1890. Beadles, Cecil Fowler, Colney Hatch. 
1868. Beadles, Ferdinand, Broadway, Wore. 
1893. Beadles, HarolH Shatford, Barkiny. 
1897. Beadles, Hugh Stan lev, Forest-hill. 
1895. Beadnell, Charles Marsh, R.N. 
1872. Beadnell, Geo. David, Brit. Colombia. 
1904. Beaduell,IIerbertOwenM.,i2.^..1/.6'. 
1852. Beale, Bernard C\i-<\9,, Auckland, N.Z. 
1878. Beale, Edwin Clifford, C/>. Berkeley-st. 
1899. Beale, Hanway Richard, F. Retford. 
1904. Beale, John Foster, Stdcup. 

1854. Beale, Robert Henry. 

1906. Beale,Stanley Jas.Aunear,iS'Ao;*6'6?/(^c//. 
1885. Beale, Thos. Miles, Richmond. 


liiOl. Jieale-iirownc, Thos. R., Norfhamyt. 
1882. Jieales, Thos. Wm. Lewis, Yarmouth. 

1906. Jieaman, Winfred Kelsey, Normanton. 
1871. Beamisli, James .Afaybury, R.A.M.C. 
1 89(5. liean, Algrrnon Carter, R.N. 

1M84. Jiean, ('harles lOdward, Plymouth. 

1 907. Jiean,J .Willoughby Butler, /y/-e//<//;oor/. 
1897. Bean, Louis (yi)nHtantin(;, liattersea. 

1884. Jiean, Wm. Henry, W. Kensinyton. 
1901. ]?eane, RobtU't Leonard, Lony Eaton. 
1893. Be:irblock, Peter I*]s(laile, o'akamoor. 

1887. Bearblock, Walt. .James, Royal Nacy. 

1885. Beard, Frederic, Croi/don. 
1899. Beard, Joseph, Rootle. 

1877. Beard, ii\)encei'¥riiucis, New Zealand. 

1884. Beardniore, (-reo. Russell, JJpper-st.,'S. 

1908. Beards, Clifford, Wolrerhamptnn. 
1897. Beards,Ernest Jonathan,^//*/// ///////«;/«. 

1885. Beater, Orlando Palmer, Dublin. 
1897. Beath, Uavid Leslie, Bath. 

1882. Beatley,Wm. Crump, Newcaatle-on-T. 
1906. Beaton, Edwin, Sheerness. 

1881. Beattie, Henry, Banbury. 

1899. Beattie, Jamt-s Martin, Edinburgh. 

1882. Beattie, Robert, Eewsbury. 

1899. Beatty, HenryAlbert, Toronto. 
1889. Beauchamp,Sydney, William-st.,^.Vs\ 
1904. Beaumont, Arthur Reg., Croydon. 

1883. Beaumont, Edgar, Gipsy-hill, S.E. 
1850. Beaumont, Rev. .Tos. Wilson, Ontario. 
1901. Beaumont, Noel Chas., i?r. X Guinea. 
1875. Beaumont, Wm. Mardon, Bath. 
1807. Beavis, John Uoug-las Wilson, Assam. 

1888. Beaver, Robt. Atwood, Dorset. 
1893. Beazeley,Tom Wm.,Z«^</eZ?ro/«wic^. 
1897. Bebb, Richard, C'^/J/.'. Edmonton. 
18S3, Beck, Geoffrey Strange, Canada. 

1906. Beck, William, Cotham. 

1889. Becker, Jonath. E. A. G., Colchester. 
1861. Beckett, George Macartney. 

1904. Beckett, Hugh Geo. Wm.', Ely. 

1892, Beckitt, James Clay, Leiyh, I,a?ics. 

1897. Beckton, Wm., Bradford. 
1895. Beddard, Arthur Philip. 

1898. Beddard, Wra. Oliver, Twickenham. 
1852. Beddome, Henry Septimus. 

1907. Beddow, Harold Josiah, Nonfood. 
1885. Beddow, Josiah, Stamford-hill, N. 

1893. Beddy, Thos. Alfred, Jayersfonteiu. 
1874. Bedford, Chas. Fredk., Neic Slea/ord. 
1888. Bedford, Chas. Henry, I.M.S. 

1900. Bedford, Douglas .Tames, Derby. 
1873. Bedford, Robert, Auckland, N.Z. 
1858. Bedford, Robt. James, Keyworth. 

1879. Bedford, Robt. Thomas, Lewes. 

1880. Bedford, Walt. Geo. Aug., C.M.G. 
1863. Beeby, Walter Thomas, Italu, 




1871. Beech, Lionel, I. M.S., Manitoba. 
1906. Beeley, Arthur, Keu/hlei/. 

1890. Beesley, Albert James, Baschurcli. 
1891). Beesley, Robt. William, Bolton. 
1901. Beet, \\'irdam Ashley, Brisbane. 

1900. Beetham, Herbert Arthur, Leeds. 
1878. Beevor, Chas. Edward, Harley -street. 
1882. Beevor, Sirlluffh II., Bt., Winipo'e-st. 
1880. Beevor, Walt. X^.^C.M.G., R.A.M.C. 

1891. Begbie, Frank ^Yarburton. R.A.M.C. 
189(3. Behramjee, Dinshah B., Sindair-rd. 
1858. j^eilbv, Thomas Green. 

1897. lieit, Frauds Victor Owen, I.M.S. 

1890. BekennjGeo. llY.J^rnest,Birmin(/h'm. 

1901. Bekenu, Justin Jas., St. Georye, Salop. 
1895. Belcher, Geo. Clement, Birmingham. 
1855. Belcher, Henry, Brighton. 

1888. Belcher, Henry Edward, Nottingham. 
1895. J^tilcher, .lames Arthur, Herne-hill. 
1888. lieldino;, Daw Turner, E. Dereham. 
18(31. Belemore, Alfd. John, /. A.M.D. 

1899. Belev, George, Wandsicorth Infir. 

1874. Belfield, Chas. Wooliscroft, Bristol. 

1898. J^elfrag'e, Sydney H., GUmcpster-pl. 
1858. Belgrave, Thos. Bowerman, W.Ausfr. 
1898. Belilios, David Aaron, Wimbledon. 

1865. Bell, Anthonv, Neiccastle-on-Tt/ne. 

1891. Bell, Arth. Sydney Gordon, R.N. 

1902. Bell, Charles Cameron, (\mada. 

1875. Bell, Chas. Edward Wallace, i^r^frr. 
1884. Bell, Chas. Wm. Josceline, Louth. 
1902. Beh, ^^\v^.\no\x^tm'd, New Brighton. 
1888. Bell, Edward Stock, Rotherhiihe. 

1888. Bell, Frederick, Preston. 

1889. Bell, George Alex. Stuart, R.N. 
1884. Bell, George Craigie, Frinton-on-Sea. 

1889. Bell, Geo. Lawaluk, Camden, N.S. W. 

1872. Bell, (xeorge Pearson, Canada. 

1892. Bell, James Adamson, Gloucester. 
1884. Bell, John, Hong Kong. 

1868. Bell, John Albert, Rochester. 
1904. Bell, John Arthur, Brighton. 

1900. Bell. John Cunningham, Yeovil. 

1866. Bell, John Hougham, Ventnor. 
1904. Bell, Kenelm Digby, Rognl Navy. 

1898. Bell, Kenneth de Risley, Uppingham. 
1800. Bell, Thomas, IJppinqham. 

1895. Bell, Thos. Dobson, Lei'ds. 

1897. Bell, Thos. Herbt., N. W.T., Canada. 

1899. Bell, Victor Saml. Alex., Bedford. 
1865. Bell, William, Neiv Brighton. 

1896. P)ell, William Jilair, Liverpool. 
1868. Bell, Wm. John Xoel, Clapham-rd. 

1890. Bell, William Ker, Shaldon, Devon. 
1858. Ikll, Wm. Riddall, Blackheath. " 
1877. Bellaby, Frederick, Nottingham. 
1874. Bellamy, Charles l*enrose. 


1859. Bellamy, George. 

1908. Bellamy, Gerald Fade, Richmond. 
1902. Bellamy, Hv, Francis, .4////oAs Langlei/r 
1899. Bellamy, John Henry, Sheffield. 
1854. Bellew, Patrick Francis, Ind. Army. 
1872. Bellingham, Joseph, Dudley. 
1887. Belson, Geo. de Veulle, Martoch. 
1856. Benbow,Edward,i/a//es-/ k.yU.vbridyer 

1885. Bencraft, Hy. Wm. R., Southampton. 

1898. Bendle, James Huxtable, Ruyeley. 
1904. Benett, Arthnr Morris, Southsea. 
1897. Benham, Chas. Henry, Hove. 
1877. Benham, Fredk. Lucas, S. Austr. 

1872. Benliam, Henry James, Paris. 

1907. Benians, Thos. Hbt. Cecil, Goudhurst. 
1879. Beruugton,Rbt.Crewds'n,Pf>/-;5/i, W.A. 

1882. Benjatreld, Wm. Barnett, Edmonton. 

1893. Benjamin, Jn. Knill Kinsman, C. C<d. 

1877. Bennett, Arthur, Hamilton, Vietorittr 

1895, Bennett, Arthur Geo., Cork. 
1906. J^enm tt, Cecil, Ipsunch. 

1860. Bennett, Chas. Henry, Hammersmith. 
1864. Bennett, Charles .John, Buxton. 
1889. Bennett, Chris. Hy. W., Sandbach. 
1868. Bennett, Chas. John, Aberysfwi/th. 
1906. Bennett, Claude J. I'.., Westm.-hosp. 

1889, Bennett, Colin E. Wilmot, Forest-hill. 

1890. Bennett,Francis Dillon, Weymouth-st. 

1886. Bennett, Frank Albt., N.S W. 
1906. Bennett, Fianlf Cyril Harvie, Tooting. 
1879. Bennett, Fredk. Joseph, George-st.,'W, 

1886. Bennett, Fredk. Thomas, Canada. 

1883. Bennett, Fredk. W^illiam, Leicester. 

1887. Bennett, George Herbert, Ealing. 
1906. Bennett, Harold Garlield, Croydon. 
1897. Bennett, Harry Chas. Plant, New Z. 

1878. Bennett, Henry Jas. Lee, W. Indies. 
1874, Bennett, Henry Selfe, Uj}. Berkeley-st. 
1903. Bennett, Flenrv Stagu, Durban. 
1860. Bennett, Hugli, Builth. 

1897. Bennett, .lames, Warri7u/ton. 

1894. Bennett, James Henry, Staplehurst. 
1885. Jk'nnett, Jas. Robt. A., Birmingham, 

1908. Bennett, Jas. W^odderspoon, Ilkley. 
1900. Bennett, Kenneth Hugh, Fenzance. 
1889. Bennett, Lawr. Henry, Paingtoyi. 
1897. Bennett, Norman Godfrey, Brook-st. 

1896. Bennett, Robert Allan, Saltburn. 
1896. Jiennett, Wm. Boase, lAcerpool. 

1873. Bennett, Wm, Edward, Royal Nary. 

1899. Bennett, Wm. Viiy,BHry-St-'Edmunds. 
1896. Bennett, Wm. George, Worcester. 
1906. Bennett- Powell, Norman, Harlesden. 
1849. Ijennetts, Charles James, Falmouth. 
1896. Bennetts, Frederick, Wellingborough, 
1902. Bennion, John Menlove, Peters field. 
1856. BensleVjChas.EgbertWimond, I.M.S. 



1 11 

ISOrj. Jionslcy, CMemc^nt Henry, I.M.S, 
IrtD.'i. l^ensley, Edwin Vjdwd. , yorth(wipton. 
'!S9.'). Bensley, Ufo. Egbert, Acton-hill. 
181)8. lient<ley, Vernon Cyril, Cape Colony. 

1904. lienson, Alex. Vij^'ors, S. Australia. 
1.^80. JJensou, Alfred, Maida-vato, W. 
1887. Benson, Alfred llujih, S. Kensiwjton. 
1908. Ben^'l)n, Charles Thornton Vere.Zrta'*. 

1890. Benson, Christ o])her, Bradford. 

1884. J^enson, Chris. Kiehniond, Lew Down. 
.189:^. Jienson, Geor<i-e Vere, Leices. 

1880. Benson, Matthew, Wiqan. 
1873. Benson, Pe-cy IIn<<h,7.yV/..^. 
18o2. Benson, Kicluird Jirownlow 

1870. Benson, Thomas, Stanley. 
189(). I^ensted, Lewin, MnsweU-hill. 

1892. l^ensnsan, Arth. Daniel, Transvaal. 

1885. Bent, George, li.A.M.C. 

1903. Bent, Percy Claude Viuceut, Balham. 

1901. lieut, Sidney Chas. Ily., Balham. 
1899. Bent,Vincent Thos. Cluye, SfreatJuwi. 

1876. Benthall, Whevt, Jlaverstock-hi II. 
1879. Benthall, Winfred, Derby. 

1889. Bentham, Andrew Occleshaw, Wigan. 
1860. Bentham, Aug. Lanson, Sovthnia. 

1879. Bentham, Edward Cooper, Princes-st. 

1871. Beutlev, Arthur Jas.M'Douald, Cairo. 

1902. Bentley. Harold, Mitcham. 

J S6:i. Bentlif, Philip Barnett, Jersey. 

1905. Benton,SamuelEandor,J////b/-f?-oM-«S'. 
1902. Benton, William, Upton-park. 

1877. Berdoe, Edward, Victoria-pJi-yate. 

1880. Beresford, Chas. Wm., Narboroayh. 
1 .^93. Beresford, Ed wy nH., M.A. B. , Tooting 

1894, Beresford, Ralph, Sudbury. 
1873. Beresford, Wm. Hugh, Eyhajn. 
1905. Bergin, Fi'ank (lOwer, Bristol. 

1889. Bergin, George Frederick, Clifton. 

1897. Bergin, Wm. Marmaduke, IValbrook. 

1898. Beringer,FritzJn. A., Wolverhampton. 

1891. Berkeley, Geo. H. A. C, Wimpnle-st. 

1905. BerkeleV-Hill.Owen, .•\.R.,67o6-7^/--^. 
1883. Berkley, E. J. Gibson, Canibericell-rd. 

1893. Berlyn. John Aavon, Birmingham. 

1892. Bernard, Claude, Fishponds. Bristol. 
18G6, Bernard, David Edward, Bristol. 

1893. Bernard, Robt. Spence, Boyal Navy. 
1852. Bernard, Walter, Londonderry. 

1890. Bernau, Henry Ferd., Najner, N.Z. 
1883. Bernays, Adolplius Vaughan,»So///a<//. 
1877. Bernays, Auir. Chas., St. Louis, U.S. 

1906. Bernays. Chas. M., Old Charlton. 

1899. Berncastle, H. Melbourne, i'b/'e.s?^-/^'//. 
1897. Bernhardt, Dudlev Richd., Bell-st. 
1901. Bernstein, Julius M., Lines. Lnn Fids. 

1895. Bernstein, ]\ratthiasMax,«Sf«;»/V/. -/?///. 
1876. Berridge, William Alfred, liedhill. 


1892. Berridgo, Wm. \{\A.y\i)V\)(>ii,Kndcrly. 
1886. Berrill, Alfred, Woodford. 

1890. Berry, Albt. I<:(lwiird, Walkden. 
190(). lierr'v, Arthur William, Duhcich. 
1904. r.erry, Charles Harold. Crcditon. 
1S78. lierry, Fredk. Haycraft, Watford. 
1882. Berry, Harry Poole, (irantham. 

1897. Jierry, Herbert George, Beepham. 
19(^7. Berry, Horace Simeon, Faliny. 
1882. P)erryy.Iohn \V)\\\\\i^,Jiumsyale. 
1856. Ikrry, Matthew West. 

18()5. Berry, Other Windsor, Surbilon. 

1893. Berry, Robert Sewers, (lueensland. 

1898. Berry, Thos. Percival, Balham. 
1870. Berry, Walter, Lowestoft. 
1873. Berry, William, IViyan. 

1889. Pierryman, Henry Arthur, B..i.M.(\ 
1907. Berrvman, Riehd. C P., Camhcrley. 
1864. Bertin, Henri Victor. 

1881. Bertram, IJenjamin. Pretoria. 
1868. Besly, Francis Bernard. 

1895. Besf, Fdk. Hy. de G., Waltham Cro.n^. 

1888. Best, Norrys Dewes, Birminyliam. 
1861. Best, Palemon, Louth. 

1894. Best, Palemon, St. Ives. 
1834. Best, William James, Dover. 

1889. Best, ^^'ilHam Jenner, l^outh. 

1882. Beswick, Robt., Bishopsyate. 

1888. Betenson, Wra. Beteiison, Neivhaven. 
1893. Betenson, Woodley D., Holland-park. 
1853, Bethel, Frederick. 

1872, ]3ethell, Alfred, Lambourn. 

1903. Bethell, Hugh \^'ood. Southampton. 

1902, l^ett, DoiiglasirorneBlackader,A>?6'Z. 
1907. Bett, Francis Arnot l^lackader,i\"<'7rZ. 
1886. Bett, William, Royal Savy. 

1897. Betterido:e, Thomas, Sutton Coldfield. 
] 899. Betts, Alfred John Vernon, l.M.S. 
1879. Betts. Edward George, Cavendish-sq. 
1897, Betts, Edwd. Iletley, WUberforcr-rd. 

1896. Betts, Leonard Bowrintr. Clapham. 
1850. Betts, Xath. Philip, Cl'(fton. 

1899. Bevan, Arthur, Laneaster-yate. 
1881, l^evan, Henry Crook, Blaina, Man. 
1876. Bevan, Richard, W. Kensington. 

1889. l^van, Tom Webb, Nanti/(/h>mon. 
1808. Bevan-Lewis, William, Wakefeld. 

1895. Beven, Octavius, Lee. 

1903, Beverley, Kenneth Harold, Bristol. 
1863. Beverley, Michael, Noncieh. 

1873. Beyers, Edmund Augustine, O.rford. 

1901, Bevers, Edmund Cecil, Oxford' 

1890. Beville, Fdk. Wells, Fast Molesey. 
1899. Beville. Herbert George, Brighton. 

1902. Jkvir, (leorge, Brockenhurst. 
1906. Bevis, Harold, Portstnouth. 

1883. Bewes, I^^dwd. Anstis. Otahuhu, X.Z. 




1886. Bewley, Henry Tlieodore, Dublin. 
1881. Beyer, Ilenrv Gustav, U.S. Navt/. 

1889. Beyts, William George, R.A.M.C. 

1877. Biale, John Seton. 

1878. Bibbv, John, Bamherhndye. 

1899. Bice,' Frank Veale, 8t. Columh. 

1890. Bickerstaff, G. Roger, Bournemouth. 

1879. Bickerton, Tiios. Herbert, Liverpool. 

1903. Bickford, Bertram Baleio-h, R.N. 

1896. Bickford, Nicholas S., Wimbledon. 
1881. Bickle, Leonard Watkins, Adelaide. 

1855. Bicknell, Herman. 

1870. Biddle, Cornelius, 3Ierthyr Tydjil. 
1862. Biddle, Daniel, Kinyston-on-Tlmmes. 
1892. Biddle, Henry George, Broadstairs. 
1853. Biddle, John Matthew. 

1844. Biddle, Waring Alex., Seaton. 

1908. Biddulph, Robt. Nich. Wm., Woking. 

1884. Biden, Charles Walter, FramlinyJiam. 
1881. Biden, Edward James, Royal Navy. 
1878. Biden, William Price, France. 

1897. Bidwell, Chas. Hugh, Bloemfontein. 
1886. Bidwell, Lawrence, Royal Navy. 
1902. Bigg, Edward, Cranleiyh. 

1877. Bigg, Geo. Kilworth S., Victoria-st. 
1886. Biggam, William, Sunderland. 
1875. Bigger, Samuel Ferguson, I. M.S. 

1885. Bigger, Wm. Grimshaw, Streatham. 

1872. Biggs, Henry Grave, 7/e^c?e/6ey■(7, Cape. 
189.^. Biggs, John James Egerton, Cardiff. 

1878. Biggs, John Maundy, Hendon. 

1871. Biggs, Moses George, Wandsworth. 
1869. Bilham, James, Chippenham-road. 

1880. Billiald, Richd. Atlierstone, W.Kirby. 

1904. Billinghurst, Walter B., BlacWteath. 
1908. Billings, Bernard R., Stoke Newinyton. 

1892. Billson, Chas., Hornsey. 

1898. Billups,ChristoplierRob.,J5. Grinstead^ 
1907. Billups, Howard B., Sandown, l.ofW. 

1886. Billups, Percy Chris. Chas., Barry Is. 

1897. Binckes, Fredk. Wm., E. Duhuich. 

1873. Bindley, Philip Henry, Sutton. 

1887. Bindley, Robert Alfred, Harlesden. 
1883. Bindley ,V .Norm., Wormivood-scrubbs. 
1890. Bindloss, Arthur Henry, Harrow. 

J 885. Bindloss, Edmund Fredk., Melbourn. 

1856. Bingay, Geo. Thomas, Nova Scotia. 

1900. Bingham, Frank Miller, Alfreton. 
1866. Bingham, John Joseph, Alfreton. 
1907. Bingham, Raymond G., Gloucester-st. 

1874. Bingham, Samuel, Gower-st., W.C. 

1898. Bingham, Sydney Oliphant, Alfreton. 

1893. Bingley, Ernest llorsford, Benyal. 

1906. Biuns, John Braybrooke, Duffield. 

1907. Bintcliffe, John William, Halifax. 

1901. Birch, Anthony, Ek/in-crescent. 

1902. Birch, Charles, Lichfield. 


1861. Birch, George. 

1905. Birch, George, Clapton. 

1866. Birch, George, CUipton. 

1882. Birch, Henry Priestley, R.A.M.C. 
1907. Birch, John, Bare. 

1874. Birch, Philip, W. Kensington. 
1878. Birch, Richard Chas., Nottinyham. 
1899. Bird, Arthur Cyril, Sidmouth. 
1881. Bird, Ashley, Penarth. 

1883. Bird, Frederic Uougan, Victoria. 
1872. Bird, Geo. Gwynne, Wanvick-rd., W. 
1893. Bird, Geo. Wm. Harvey, Bridywater. 
1905. Bird, Gerald Francis, Gt. Bookham. 

1884. Bird, Henrv, Kinysland-road, N.E. 
1896. Bird, John'Wilfred, Royal Navy. 
1887. Bird, Matthew Mitchell, *S?^. Mary's-h. 
1869. Bird, Thomas, Brook-street, W. 
1892. Bird, Wm. Edmund Frankish, York. 
1859. Bird, Wm. Valentine, Kew. 

1892. Birdwood, Gordon Travers, I. M.S. 

1877. Birdwood, Roger Alan, Hit her Green. 
1889. Birkenhead, Harold, Whalley. 
1881. Birkett, Ernest. 

1904. Birkett, Hy. Jas. Dilkes, Hampstead. 

1895. Birley, Hugh Kennedy, Manchester. 
]903. Birt, Amelius Cyril, Blackheath. 
1881. Birt, Cecil, R.A.M.C. 

1872. Birt, Ernest, Wakefield. 
1868. Birt, George, Teiymnouth. 

1886. Birt, Joseph, Bel grave-road., S.W. 

1893. Birt, Shirley Hall, Royal Navy. 

1878. Bisdee, Alfred James, Hoddesdon. 

1899. Bishop, Chas. Dudley, Clapham. 

1887. Bishop, Chas. Rosser, Shepton Mallet. 

1900. Bishop, Darell Winn, Transvaal. 
1903. Bishop, Fredk. Michael, Kensington. 

1892. Bishop, Geo. Thompson, Royal Navy. 
1891 . Bishop, Henry Draper, Guernsey. 

1893. Bishop, John Ramsay, Stalybridye. 
1889. Bishop, Re^. W^n. Snowden, Ripon. 
1872. Bishop, Sydney Olive, Assam, India. 
1902. Bishop, Tiios. Yiemy^Neiccastle-on-T. 
1880. Biss, Cecil Yates, Belsize-sq. 

1896. Biss, Hubt. Elwyn J ones , Eastbourne. 

1885. Bisshopp,Franci8R.B., Tunb'dge Wells. 
1850. Bisshopp, James, Tunbridge Wells. 

1905. Bisson, Albert Ogier, Tottenham. 

1896. Blaber, Percy Leonard, Brondesbury. 

1888. Blachford, Jas. Vincent, Norwood. 

1895. Blachford, Jem, Winchester. 

1891. Black, Arth. Campbell, Pa6^o?ocA; Wood. 

1897. Black, Charles, Sheffield. 
1888. Black, (4eorge, Hailsham. 
1900. Black, Guy, Upper Norwood. 
1858. Black, James Birch, Queenstown. 
1868. ]31ack, John Gordon, Harrogate. 

1896. Black, Lewis Potter, Braintree. 



inO('). Black, Patiick, Queemboro'-tcrracc. 
IS?.'). Bltu-k, llobert Francis, Trinidad . 
1845. lilack, Win. Thomas, l-jlinhKri/h. 
187(5. Hlar-ki.der, Alex. Dougall, Montreal. 
1U0:3. lUackall, Wm. Edwd., 7F. Audraliu. 
1904. l^lackburn, Albert Edward, Leeds. 
1872. lilackburu, Chas. W. A., yiauritius. 
1895. JUackburn, Ernest W., liarmley. 

1872. l>lackburn,IIbt. lielasyse,AV//7?iV/77^o?^ 

1898. lilackburn, Vernon Kent, Barnslcij. 

1878. Blacker, Ernest, Redland. 

1895. Blackett, Edwd. Jos., Bn/nnston-sf. 
1880. Blackler, Henry John, Redhill. 
18(57. Blackley, Jn. (Talley, Det)on>^hire-pl. 

1877. Blacknian, Josiah Geo., Portsynouth. 

1901 . Blackman,SidneySpencer r., Croydon. 
1857. Bhlckniore, Humphrey P., Salisbury. 

1902. Blackstone, Chas. Edgar, Rinyicood. 
1906. Blackstone, Leonard C, Univ. Coll. 

1899. Blackstone, Willoughbv \.,Rijnts.-pk. 

1884. Blackwood, Fdk. Miirt'indale, XaS. W. 
1897. Blackwood, John, Southsea. 

1856. Blades, Chas. Corbett, Claphani. 

1896. Blagden, John Jas., Chester. 
1882. Blao-g, Arthur Frederick, Clifton. 
1887. Blaikie, Arth. Babington, Oswestry. 

1879. Blair, Archibald, irr;/i6eM. 
18()4. Blair, Charles Edward. 

1900. BLike, Anthony Fewster, Grays. 

1874. Blake, Geo. Fa-Yncoinhe, Birminyham. 

1875. Blake, Henry, Great Yarmoittli. 

1903. Blake, MattheAv Robt., Torrington-sq. 
1899. Blake, Morgan Dix, Instoic. 

1899. Blake, Percy Ryall, Leytonstone. 

1873. Blake, Samuel Hahnemann, Bolton. 
1860. Blake, Thos. William, Bournemouth. 
1908. Blake, Tobias Rustat \\.,CromweU-rd. 
1895. Blake, Victor John, l^enitior. 

1878. Blake, Wm. F'arewell, Brunswick-gtis. 
1887. Blake, Wm. Henry, West Wickham. 

1876. Blake, William Henry, Harpenden. 
1891. Blakeman, Charles John, Bootle. 

1885. Blakemore, Beni'aniin, Tyldesley. 

1900. Blakemore, Flerbert, Atherton. 

1885. Blakeney, Hugh T. Weare, Dorking. 

1886. Blakeney, John Henr\', Cheltenham. 
1908. Blake way, Harry, Stourbridge. 
1859. Blaker, Edgar Shaw, Torquay. 
1858. Blaker, Nathaniel Paine, Biiyhton. 
1898. Blaker, Percy Stanley, Ealing. 

1876. Blaker, Thos. F. Isaacson, Brighton. 
1871. Blaker, Walt. Campbell, 72. ^-oc. Club. 
1903. Blakie, James Landells, New Zeal. 
1875. Blakistou, Arth. Alex., Glastonbury. 
1898. Blakistou, Fred. Cairns, Glastonbury. 

1877. Blarney, .Tames, Penryn. 

1886. Blarney, John Henwood, Penryn. 

1904. lilanc, Antonio, Sloane-sf. 

1S59. lilanc. Sir Henri J., K.C.V.O., I. M.S. 

1855. Bland. Ivlward, Sandiacre. 

18(57. lUand, Henry, Yealand Conyers. 

1858. lilandford, Geo. Fielding', Wimpole-sf. 
190(5. Blandtord, Harrv Oliver, Highgate. 

1893. Jihindlord, Jos. .Jn. G., Whiitingham. 
18(;8. Blandford, Jos. Whitfield, Stockton. 

1900. Blandv, Francis Dawson, Manchester. 
1902. lilandy,\VillridBoothby,Aoj;aw//;/«?n. 

1855. Blasson, Thomas, Folkinr/hatn. 
1902. l^latchford, Wm. Nichols, R.N. 
1881. Blatherwick, Henry, Duhrich. 

1902. Blathwayt, Arth. de Visme,r//?y. Coll. 
1888. Blaxall, Frank Richardson, Chelsea. 
1904. Blaxland, Athelstan J., Biiurnemoufh. 

1886. Blaxland, F]rnest Gregory, Sydney. 

1901. Blease, Arth. Torkington,.4//'yv'>/Ci^o'7n. 

1856. Blease, Thos. Toy\\.\\\\}:ton,Altrinvhant. 
1870. Blenkarne. Wm. L'il., Worthim/. 

1887. Blenkinsop, Alfred Percy, R.A.M.C. 

1867. Blenkinsop, F>edk. Henry, I. M.S. 

1859. Blenkinsop, Wm. Henry, Poiris-gdns. 
1897. Bletchly, (leorge Playne, Nailsicorth. 
1904. Bletsoe, John llenrv, Richmond. 
1864. Blewitt, Byron, Leadenhall-st)'eet. 

1894. Blewitt, Wm. Francis, N. Walsham. 

1891. Blick, Graham Thos. Baylis, W.Austr. 
1897. Blieden, Max, Trans>:aal. 

18()3. Bligh, Alex. Murrav. Liverpool. 

1892. Bligh, William, Caterham VaUey. 

1885. Bligrht, John HeniT, Chesterfield. 

1892. Bliss, Ernest Wm.', R.A.M.C. 

1893. Bllomtield, Alfred Bealv, Peckham. 
1891. Blomtield, Edwd. Eldridge, AV?rZm/. 

1886. Blomfield, Geo. Wills, Pontefract. 
1884. Blomfield, Jas. Edward, Sevenoaks. 
1859. Bloomenthal, Theodore, Clapton-pk. 
1891. Bloomer, Fredk. Wm., Long Eaton. 

1895. Bloomfield,Hbt.W.G., Johannesbvrg. 
1881. Blore, Isaac, Zs/^^ of Man. 

1878. Blott, Herbert, Beaumont-street. 
1880. Blount, Arthur Blount, Ilornsey. 

1883. Bloxam, George Edward, ^r/M. 
1891. Blucke, Harry Fdk. S., Shaftesbury. 

1857. Blucke, Robert Daniel. 

1868. Blue, Wm. Arch. Sinclair, S. Austr. 

1884. Bluett, Geo. Mallack. Kensington. 
1883. Bluett-Duncan, Jas. Duncan, Putney. 

1888. Blunt, Arthur Ilenry, Leicester. 

1903. Blunt, Thomas Edward, Royal Navy. 

1887. Blurton, John Fredk., Nottingham. 
1870. Blyth, Alex. Wynter, Marylebone. 
1866, Blvthman, Clement Sanil. ,Rotherham. 
1891. Boake, Basil, Gt. Yarmouth. 

1900. Boam, Herbert, Chesterfield. 
1859. Board, FMniund Comer, Clifton. 



1905. Board, John Ilonry, Bridal. 
1886. Boase, Richard Davey, Penzance. 
1889. Boase, Wrn. George, Brit. Guiana. 
1892. Bobardt, Albert Otto, Royal Navy. 

1904. Boclet, Faustin Marcel, Eafon-sq. 
1875. Boddv^ Evan Marlett, Birmin</hat7i. 
1808. Boddy, Hugh Walter, Manchester. 

1894. Boden, John Sinedley, Musiv ell-hill. 

1888. Bodillv, Reg'. T. Backer, S. Woodford. 

1905. Bodkin, Herbt. Alfred, Chelmsford. 

1899. Bodnian, Chris. Osmond, Bristol. 
1871. Bodman, Francis Henry, Bristol. 

1895. Bodman, J(din Hervey, Bristol. 

1906. Bodman, Richd. Osmond, Bristol. 

1903. Bodvel-Roberts, Hugh ¥., Hatton. 

1865. Body, Henry Martin, Crediton. 

1901. Body, Thomas Howard, Leiyh-on-S. 

1902. Body, Thomas Munn, Wittersham. 

1 901 . Boeddicker, Hans F. W. , Birminyham. 
1886. Boger, William Henry, Foicey. 
1879. Boissier, Arthnr Henry, Banbury. 

1900. Boissiere, Felix Anthony, 7V/r?^//-;?Z;. 

1896. Bokenham, Thos. B., Wokinyham. 

1889. Bokenham, Thos. J., I)evonshire-st. 

1866. Boldero, Frederick, Peukridye. 
1849. Boley, Richard Scott, Guernsey. 
1896. Bolton, Charles, Devonshire-st. 

1902. Bolton, Frank Elliott, Eoyal Navy. 
1884. Bolton, Geo. Aug., Piccadilly. 
1869. Bolton, Jn. Geo. Elliot, Mauritius. 

1904. Bolton, Jn. Hry. Doug., Univ. Coll. 
1882. Bolton, Jos. Shepherd, Nottinyham. 
1859. Bolton, Wm. Thos., Newcastl'e-on-T. 

1892. Bolus, Karvy 'Boulcott, Beclxenhain. 

1903. Bolus, Percy Reg., W. Falkland Is. 
1878. Bomford, Gerakt, CLE., I.M.^S. 
1857. Bonavia, Emanuel, I. M.S. 

1905. Bond, Arthur Herbert, Ealiny. 
1886. Bond, Barnabas ^i?ij&ion,Ha' mersmtli 

1893. Bond, Bertram Wm., Godalminy. 

1901. Bond, Cecil William, Ealiny. 
1884. Bond, Chas. Knox, Gt PuUeney-st. 
1861. Bond, Chas. RadchfFe, Kinyston. 

1894. Bond, Charles Shaw, N. Malvern. 

1891. Bond, Francis Spencer, Victoria. 
1856. Bond, Francis Thomas, Gloucester. 

1899. Bond, Frank Fouracre, Troivhridye. 
1898. Bond, Jas. Hv. Robinson, R.A.M.C. 
1878. Bond, Jas. AVilliam, Harley-st., W. 
1881. Bond, Richard Pratt, R.A.M.C. 

1892. Bond, William ]^]rnest, Stockport. 
1886. Bonnetin, Fernand Hry., Leytonstone. 
1898. Bonnet, Saint Rene, France. 

1900. Bonney, Ernest Henry, Church-st.f^\ 
1866. J^onney, Wm. Angustus, Chelsea. 
1861. Bonnor, Wm. James, Ilfracomhe. 
1888. Bontor, Sidney A., Berkhamjjsted. 


1881. Boobl)yer, Philip, Nottinyham. 
1876. Boodle, Geo. Adolphus, Gloucester. 
]873. Boodle, Rbt. Maxwell, Sittinyhourne. 
1897. Bookei-, Charles Wm., Witley. 
1891. Boon, Ernest Gerald, Italy. 

1852. Boor, Leonard George, Nerv Zealand. 
1857. Booth, Brabazon Shiels, Newry. 

1904. Booth, Charles Herbert, Leeds. 
1887. Booth, Daniel, Dukinfield. 

1882. Booth, Edwd. Hargrave, Briyhton. 

1881. Booth, George, Chesterjield. 

1866. Booth, Jas. Webb, Hartford, U.S.A. 

1882. Booth, John Henry, Chesterjield. 
1903. Booth, Lawr, Twemlow, 3Ianchester. 

1862. Booth, Lionel, DurJiain. 

1906. Booth, Lionel Hethorn, Durham. 
1886. Booth, Oscfi.rMilner, Netv Cleethorpeg. 

1873. Booth, Philip L., Barroiv-in-Furness. 

1879. Booth, Thos. Carter, Manchester, 
1885 Booth, Wm. Henry, Statnford-hill. 

1894. Borcherds, Walt. Meent, C. Colony. 
1856. Borough, Frederick, Derby. 

1889. Borrett, George Goss, Royal Navy. 
1902. Borrie, Fredk. John, Neiv Zeal. 

1899. I^orrow, Fredk. Chas., Upper Clapton. 

1872. Bosson, George, Alford. 

1902. Bosson, George Archibald, Tootiny. 

1867. Bostock, Alfd. Stilenian, Chichester. 

1900. Bostock, Arthur Hastings, Chichester. 

1864. Bostock, Edwd. Ingram, Horsham. 

1895. Bostock, Eustace Bernard, Guernsey. 

1882. Bostock, .John, Louyhborouyh. 

1883. Bostock, John Yates, Onslow-ydns. 
1885. Bostock, Robert As\\ior\, Army. 

1876. Boswell, Alexander, Ashbourne. 

1881. Boswell, Jn. Irvine, Neioport Paynell. 
1866, Bosworth, .John Routledge. Sutton. 

1900. Botham, Richard Henr}^, Darlinyton. 

1874. Bott, Henry, Brentford. 

1882. Bott, Joseph, Richmond. 

1901. Bott, PercivalGeo.Alb.,Co«w«?/(7A^-,sgf. 

1905. Bott', Robt. Henry, St. Bart's.'-hosp. 
1905. Bott, Stanley, Leicester. 

1890. Bott, William, Willenhall. 
1874. Bott, Wm. Gibson, Kenninyton. 

1863. Bottle, Alexander, Birminyham. 
1897. Bottomley,FrancisCarr,iyo?/r??6W2ow^/^. 
1 897. Bottomley ,Thos. Abbey,//^/f?r/6'r.9;^e/c?, 

1877. Bottrell, Jas. Francis Hy., Parayuay. 
1908. Boucher, Frank Tread well, Bristol. 
1856. Bouchier, George Charles. 

1873. Boulger, Isaac, Army. 

1865. Boult, Edmund Farrington, Army. 

1880. Boulter, Walter Ernest, Plmnste'ad. 
1890. Boulton, Arthur, Horncastle. 
18(58. Boulton, George Sutton, Inqham. 
1897. Boulton, Harold, I.M.S. 




1888. Bour, Edward Francois, Mnurifius. 
1809, T>ourd;us, Ernest (.'larkson, Balhum. 
IDOo. Hoiirdas, .John, Claphdm. 
]!)()!. liourke, Isidore Mac Win., Hi. Geo. II. 
18()0. IJourke, John. 

1877. lioiirke, William, Johanne>ihnrc/ . 
1870. B;)urns, Newcome W^., S. Kensington. 

1890. J-Jousfield, Arthur. Ilorn^ey. 

1878. Bousfield, Edwd. Collins, Old Kent- rd. 
1002. Boiisticdd, Leonard, II. A.M. C. 
1897. Bousfield, Stanley, Bcu/swatc'r. 
1S82. Bousignac, Jos. Ludovic, Venezuela. 
18o8. l^oustead, Robinson, I. M.S. 

1868. Boutrtower, Andrew, Manchester. 
189(>. Bovey, Thos. Wm. Widoer,^/;/^o^.sZ>«ri/. 
1905. Bo water, William, Binnhufhani. 
1887. Bowden, Ernest Edwd., Warrintjton. 

1884. Bowden, Keg. Treacher, Ilam^^f/a/e. 
1880. Bowden, Wiiitev, D.S.O.,Iioi/al Xari/. 
1901. Bowdler, Archibald Penrlivn, Fans. 

1882. Bowe, Arthur, St. Neots. 

1879. Bowe, Francis, Timaru, N.Z. 
1870. Bowen, Edward, Upper Tooting. 
1877. l^owen, Owen, Liverpool. 
1904. Bowen-Jones, John, Pencader. 
1877. Bowen-Joues, Lloyd M., Carmarthert. 
18-39. Bower, Edmund, Weymouth. 

1880. Bower, Edward Ignatius, Barnsbury. 
1875. Bower, Ernest Dykes, Gloucester. 
1872. Bower, Reginald, Birmingham. 
1900. Bower, Wm. Charles, Camden-road. 

1887. Bower, William Geor.ue, Sheffield. 
1858. Bowes, John, Heme Bay. 

1872. Bowes, John Ireland, Devices. 

1895. Bowes, Tom Armstrong, Heme Bay. 

1883. Bowhay, Albert, Tavistock. 

1892. Bowie,Ilobt.Arth.,i^?'ocZ:v«7/<?, Canada. 

1885. Bowie, Robert Forbes, Royal JSavj/. 

1891. Bowker, Chas. Stanser, A^^S". W. 
1883, Bowker, Robt. Steer, Sydney, X.S. W. 
1906. Bowkett, Leon. Howard, Crichhnrood. 
1889. Bowlby, George Herbert, Ontario. 
1906. Bowie; Chas. W^illiam, Salislmr^i. 
1903. Bowie, Sidney Clement, B.A.M.C. 

1893. Bowie-Evans"; Chas. Harford, /. M. S. 
1899. Bowles, Alfred, Easthourne. 

1865. Bowles,Robt.Leanion,^f/;eW'7'?/wj Club 
1906. Bowling, Rowland A., Bedford. 
1872. Bowman, George, Manchester. 
1878. Bowman, Harry Ernest. 
18S5. Bowman, Reg., Parrajnatta, X.S.IV. 

1888. Bowman, Richard Oxley, Ulverston. 
1854. Bowman, Robert Moore, Ripon. 
1882. Bown, Arthur Thomas. I. M.S. 
1885. Bown, John Quiuton, Hove. 

1850. Bown, John Young, Canada. 
1905. Bown, Wm. Quinton, W. Bridqford. 
1908. 1037 

1893. Bowtell, Ilbt. Richmond, FAiling. 
1S9(), liox, Stnnley Longhurst, Ealing. 
190''). Hox, William Frederick, Guy's-hosp. 
188(5. Boxall, J^'rauk, Rudyivick. 
1882. lio.vall, Ri)b;irt, Portlatul-place. 
1890. Boyan, Jt)hn, Royal Navy. 

1888. Boyce, Sir Hubert William, Liverpool. 
1898. Boycott, Arthur Xormau, 'SY. Albans. 

1892. Boyd, Alex. Jirooke, A'e/y Zealand. 
1901. Boyd, Ezekiel Alexander, 'SV//?/k>m/--/j». 
1890. Bovd, Geo. Samuel Jas., Stamford. 
1808. Boyd, Herbert, l.M.S. 

1893. Boyd, James, Simonstotvn, Cape. 

1900. Bovd, Jn. Errol Moritz, Iklamere-ter. 

1905. B )yd, John Francis, l.M.S. 

1906. Boyd, Samuel John, Sutton^ Canada. 

1889. Boyd, William Robert, Victoria. 
1904. Boyden, George Henry, Cape Colony. 
1892. Boyes, Wm. Isaac, Victoria. 

1901. Boyle,Hy.Ednmd.Gaskin, Welbeck-st. 
1807. Boyle, Wm. Percival Magor. 

1876. Boys, Arthur Henrv, St. Albans. 

1904. Boys, Leonard Hbt! Hry., St. Album. 
1895. Boyton, Arth. Jas. Ilrv., Watlington, 
1892. Brabant, Rbt. Hbt. Wm. Hu,^-hes, Lee. 
1871. Brabant,Thos.Hughes.,6Y. George's-rd. 

1905. Brabazon, Edward, Liverpool. 
1892. Bracewell, Walt. Hansford, N.S. W. 

1887. Brackenbury, Hry. Britten, Stroud-gr. 

1884. Bradbrook, William, i-e^'^/T/ Stratford. 
1900. Bradbury, Charles Henry, Salford. 

1885. Bradbury, Harvey Kinnersley,i?iir^ow. 

1886. Bradbury, John Augustus. Wigan. 

1904. Bradburv, John Cecil 0., Guy''s IIosp. 
1903. Braddock, William, Oldham. 

1 894. Bradford, Andrew, J/();/tor/?/(?-;?/.,W.C. 

1902. Bradford, Anthony B., *S'>. Thos.-h. 

1877. Bradford, Cordley, Birmingham. 
1900. Bradford, John, Sturminster Xeicto)i. 
1880. Bradford, John Rose, Manchesier-sq. 
1808. Bradford, Robert Mark, late Army. 

1903. Bradley, Alwyn llewett, Dudley. 
1877. Bradley, Chas. Aug., Macclesfield. 
1899. Bradley, John, Coventry. 

1870. Bradley, Robert, Lancaster. 

1895. Bradley, Wm. Inglis, Torrington-sq. 
1857. Bradshaw, Alex. Fredk., C.B., Armij. 

1905. Bradshaw, Gerald Arth., St. Cha's-sq. 
1884. Bradshaw, Thos. Robert, Liverpool. 
1892. Bradshaw-Isherwood,P.A.,^«;;j^//«f^. 
1800. Bradshawe, Paris. 

1 853. Brady, Geo. Stewardson, Sunderlajid. 
1851. Brady, Joseph. 

1888. Braide, George, Warrington. 
1886. Braide, Geo.^Fredk. Wm., L.M.S. 
1899. Braidwood, Thos. Lithgow, Epsom. 
1872. Brailey,Wnj. \vth.,OldBurlington-i:i, 

1691 L 



1901. Brailev, Wni. Herbert, Hove. 
1862. ]3raine, Robert Spier. 

1883. Braiue-Hartnell, Geo. M. P., Powick. 
1896. Braine-HartnelljJas.C.R., Cheltenham. 
1892. Braitliwaite, Chas. Bernard, Golcar. 
1858. IBraithwaite, James, Leeds. 
1858. Braitliwaite, Robert, Brivton. 
1876. Braitbwaite, Samuel, Egremont. 

1895. Brakemidpe, Francis John, R.A.M. C. 

1851. Brakyn, Harris Carr. 

1902. Bramhall, Charles, R. A. 31.0. 
1862. Bramley,Rev.Wm. Sturdy, Crumpsall. 
1898. Bramsdon, Wm. Arthur, St. Geo.-sq. 
1890. Bramwell, Herbert, Cheltenham. 
1886. Bramwell, Hugli Ransom, Tynemouth. 
1901. Brandon, Arth. Jn. Spiller, Sydney. 

1850. Brandt, Thomas Arthur. 

1872. Branfoot, Henry Seymour, Brighton. 
1900. Brang'win, Charles Harold, Hastings. 
1900. Bransbury,H.A.Bramsdon,i?.^..l/.'e. 

1896. Branson, Clement W., Bournemouth. 
1881. Branson, Geo. Attenborough, Vktoria. 
1886. Branson, Herbt. Wm. Archer. 
1890. Branson, William, Sheffield. 

1900. Branson, Wm. Philip S., Gordmi-sq. 
1881. Branthwaite, Rbt. Welsh, Whitehall. 
1896. Brauwell, Charles, Penzance. 
1870. Brash, Edward Alexander, Exeter. 

1896. Brash, John Bardsley, Birmingham. 
1892. Brasher, Chas. Wm. iavue?,, Bristol. 
1889. Braund, Arthur Mather, Stratton. 
1900. Braund, Henry, Holszvorthy. 
1855. Braund, James Montague, Stratton. 
1881. Bray, Ernest Edward, Royal Nary. 
1907. Bray, I'redk. Richard, fiampstead. 
1888. Bray, Geo. Arth. Theodore, ii'..4.J/.C. 
1888. BraV, Hubert Alaric, R.A.M.C. 
1886. Bray, Nich. Jas. Northey, Cardif. 

1885. Brav, Percy Dean, Orange, N.S. W. 

1852. Bray, Thomas. 

1888. Braye, Reginald James, Leicester. 

1873. Brayn, Richard, Crowthorne. 
1907. Brayne, Robert Edward, Bath. 

1886. Brazil, Walt. Hry., BoUon-le-Moors. 

1851. Breakey, John, late Royal Navy. 

1897. Brebner, Arthur, Kingsland-rd. 
1880. Bredin, Richard, Valparaiso. 
1900. Bree, Sidney, Manningtree. 

1894. Breen, Adrian Louis, Argyle-rd., W. 
1851. Breeze, Charles, San Francisco. 

1900. Brehm, Robt. Almon, Newfoundland. 
1888. Bremner, Ramsay Allan, (kmterbury. 
1905. Bremner, Walt.Chas. Palmer, C/a/^ifow. 
1897. Bremridge, Richd. Harding, Siam. 

1901. Brenan, Alex.Richd.M.,Zon^Zfm7/o.s;>. 
1875. Brenchiey, A. Button, L>entnark-hill. 

1902. Brend, William Alfred, Kensington. 


1894. Brennan, Josh. Rchd. Mary,*S'^oc^;>or^. 

1885. Brentnall, Frederick, Manchester. 

1883. Brenton, Wm. Hore, Plymouth. 

1862. Brereton, Alfred Henry. 

1894. Brereton, Fredk. Sadleir, R.A.M.C. 
1900, Breton, Hewlett, Victoria, Aust. 

1895. Breton,LancelotMoyle, Southampton. 

1895. Breton, Moyle, Royal Navy. 

1902. Breton, Wiii. Kenneth Budoit, R.N. 
1897, Brett, Harry Clarence M., Cranhrook. 
1876. Brett, John, Melbourne, Victoria. 
1891. Brett, Wm. George, Pai'ksUme. 

1896. Breuer, Adam August, Finshury-cir. 

1899. Brewer, Alex. Hampton, Dalston. 
1864. Brewer, Alex. H., New Cavendish-st. 

1897. Brewer, Dunstan, Eastern hosp. 

1904. Brewer, Henry Jeaffreson, Dalston. 
1864. Brewer, Henry Melville, Neicport. 

1872. Brewer, Reg.Edw.Wormald, Neicport. 

1893. Brewer, Wm. Kenneth, U2)p. Burma. 
1887. Brewis, Andrew Seymour, New Zeal. 
1881. Brewitt, James Bunney, Natal. 

1863. Brewster, Edward, Knipton. 

1886. Briant, Arthur John, Helsby. 
1886. Brice, Fdk. Augustus, Royal Navy. 

1900. Brice, Henry Boyle, Chelsea. 

1850. Brice, John Fourness, Claughton. 

1897. Brickwell, Frank, Stoivniarket. 

1884. Brickwell, Henry Taylor, Chigwell. 
1856. Brickwell, John, Slough. 

1859. Bride, John, Wilmsloic. 

1902. Bridge, John Crosthwaite, Grays. 

1851. Bridge, Walter Alexis, Nicaragua. 
1879. Bridgeford, Walter A. S., W. Aust. 
1850. Bridgeman, George William. 

1901. Bridger, Jas. Fdk. Y^dimdi., Barbados. 

1903. Bridger, John Dell, Cricklewood. 

1905. Bridger, Robt., Daniel, Buenos Aires. 
1895. Bridger, Sydne}', Soidhend. 

1903. Bridges, David, Malay Straits. 
1891. Bridges, Ernest C, Courtfield-rd. 

1902. Bridges, Roland Harley, R.A.M.C. 
1891. Bridgman, Harry M. Weaver, Sicily. 
1871. Bridgman, Hy. Edwd., Burton-on-T. 
1862. Bridgman, John Henry, Bridport. 
1847. Bridgwater, Thomas, Uckjield. 
1901. Brierley, Chas. lsherwood,/.Jf.iS'. 

] 870. Brierley, Jas. Brassey, Manchester. 
1853. Brierley, Thos. Booth, Tattenhall. 
1881. Briggs, Chris. J)\\^q\^, Leicester. 

1898. Briggs, George Frederick, Hidl. 
1875. Briggs, Harry Beecham, L.M.S. 
1870. Briggs, Hry. ^lydidleton, Birmingham. 

1894. Briggs, Robt. Warden, Birmingham.. 
1875. Briggs, Wm. Hamilton, Army. 

1873. Brigham, Henry Geo., Boston Spa. 
1859. Brighouse, John, Tolling ton-park, N. 




IK^7. Bright, Archibald Leonard, /inV/Z/^on. 
18(51. JJriglit, Jaiiu's Alhcrt, 6'. Nonvoud. 
iiK)o. Hrijiht, Richard ChaihiS, Cannes. 
188J). Brig-htmau, Frank, IJroadsfairs. 
1805, lirigstocke, Chas. A., Jlarcrfonhvest. 
189(). lirigstocke, Percy Wur.l, liayhdad. 
1859, Ih-igstockc, Richard \\'hish, liei/ront. 

1892, Rriniaconibc,Richd.\V.,(V//v'/;r/«.s^-57. 
1908, 15riniblecoTnbe,StanleyL.,-Z?u/-/esc'w<6e 
1898. Brincker, Jn, AugiLst II. Croydon. 

1893. l^rind, Harry Ilanslow, Addlestone. 
1877. Brindle, Robert Francis, Present. 
li)()l. P)rinton, Arthur (4reon", Transviml. 
188:>. Brinton, Roland Dtaw^Yi^jQuems-gte. 
1905. Briscoe, .las. Rynd, CJiippenham. 
1898. Briscoe, John ('harlton, lldrley-st. 
1888. Briscoe, John Edward, AofaL 
1880. Briscoe, John Frederick, Alton. 
18G7. Briscoe, Tlios. Benjamin, Benxjcd. 
1907. Briscoe, Wm. Thomas, Chippenham. 

1892. Ikisley, Chas. Walker, Bruton, S.W. 

1890. Bristow, Geo. Ilamillou, Transvaal. 
1907, Bristow, ^^^alter Rowley, Chislehurst. 

1884, Bristow, William Moss, Liscard. 

1 888. Bristowe,Il ubert Carj)enter, Wrington 

1885, Brito, Philip Sebasiian, Ceylon. 

1872, Brittin, Fredk. Geo. Morris, N.Z. 

1883. Broadbent, Frank, Xeicark. 

1885. Broadbent, Geo. Harry, Manchester. 
1857. Broadbent, John, ^Manchester. 

1891. Broadbent, John F. II., Seymoiir-st. 
1896. Broadbent, Joseph, Manchester. 

1893. Broadbent, Walter, Brighton. 
1891. Broadhm-st, Wm. Jas., Caj)e Cd. 
1875. Brock, Charles de Lisle, Tooting. 
1857. Brock, Edward, Kihnore, Victoria. 

1886. Brock, Ernest Henry, Streatham. 
1877. Brock, John, West Brighton. 

1896. Brock, John, Port Elizabeth, Cape. 

1885. Brockatt, Andrew Alex,, Malvern. 

1884, Brockliss, Edward Limiley, Banbury. 

1887. Brockway, Archibald Birt, Brisbane. 
1900. Brockweil, JohnB.Chambers, Walton. 

1905. Broderick, Frederick Wm., Moseley. 

1903. Brodie, Desborough, Tetbury. 

1869. Brodie,Edwd.Fitzger., Wickham-mht. 
1887. Brodie, Fdk. Garden, Sandoicn^l.ofW. 
1862. Brodie, Geo. Bernard, Princes-gate. 
1890. Brodie, Thos. Griiror, Haverstock-hill. 

1906. Brodrecht, Jn. Hy. Richd., Gower-st'. 

1897. l^irodribb, Arthur FI ubert, Guildford. 
1905. Brodribb, Arth. W'mson.,»S/',ieo??^;vi6\ 

1873, Brodribb, Charles Aikin, St. Leonards. 
1900, Brodribb, Chas. Hildred, I. M.S. 
1896. Brodribb, Ernest, R.A.M.C. 

1904. P)rodribb, Francis Arth., Kensington. 

1886. Brodrick, Harrv Edwd,, Gold Coast. 


18^4. Brogden, Richd. William, Ipswich. 

1889. Hrohier, Louis Cyrus, Colombo. 
1908. Brohier,Sanil. Lindsay, U.Bedford-pl. 
1895. Bromet, Edward, liedJiill. 

1892. Bromhall, l^'mest, liawtenstall. 
1888. Bromhead. Frank IhAi^im, Streatham. 

1853. Brondey, Frederic, Presteigne. 
1904. Bromley, James, Castle Hedingham. 

1860. Bromley, John Bourne, Halstead. 
1885. Bronner, Adolf, Bradford. 

1861. Brook, Charles, Lincoln. 

1899. Brook, Francis Wm., Wahvorth-rd. 

1855. Brook, Henry, Weston-s.-Mare. 

1887. Brook, Henry D{a'\ ill, Fareham. 
1891. B'-ook, Tom Stanbury, Chingford. 

1856. Brook, Wm, Frederick, Fareham. 
1894, Brooke, Baron, East Twickenham. 

1894, Brooke,Fredk, A, J,R,, W.Bridgford. 
1880, Brooke, Hy, A. Grundy, Manchester 

1880. Brookes, Fredk. Wra., Westminster. 

1881. Brookes, Robert, Debrugah, Bengal. 
1875. Brookes, Walt, Jn,, Westminster. 
1871. Brookfield, Jn, Storrs, Brondesbury. 

1868. Brookhouse, Chas. Turing, Brovdej/. 
1908. Brookhouse, Herbert Orpe, Bromley. 
1843, Brooking, Chas. Henry, Paignton. 
1859. Brooks, Bransby, Reading. 

1890. Brooks, Charles, Gerrards Cross. 

1888. Brooks, Francis Aug., Felixstowe. 
1885. Brooks, Jabez Pratt, WolverJiamptoii. 

1881. Brooks, James, Blackburn. 

1854. Brooks, James Henry, Seychelles. 
1870, Brooks, Job Edwin, Cohcipi Bai/. 
1887. Brooks, Richd. Philip, Wimpole-st. 

1855. Brooks, Richd. Wm. T., Tollington-pk. 

1869. Brooks, Saml. Brewer, Nottingham. 
1885. Brooks, Samuel John, Sheffield. 

1882. Brooks, Walter Tyrrell, Oxford. 

1895, Brooks, William Patrick, York. 
1865. Broom, Charles, Victoria. 
1869. Broom, Henry John. 

1901. Broome, Harold Ilolkar, I.M.S. 
1877. Broster, Arth. Erdswick, Wirksworth. 
1901. Brough, Daniel, Devonport. 

1864, Brought on, ll\.Todd,Hecktnondtcike. 
1905. Broughton, John Fredk., Xcrthwood. 

1865. Broughton, Rbt. 1)., Bishopsteignton. 
1898. Brown, Alex., Kentish Town. 
1890, Brown, Alfred, Masham. 

1900. Brown, Allen Bathuvst, Salisbury. 
1904. Brown, Arthur C, BournenKuth. 

1883. Brown, Arth, T, F'ranklvn, Rochester. 
1847. Brown, Sir Chas, Gage,"K,C,M,G. 
1881. Brown, ClarenceW. Haig, Godalming. 
1894. Brown, Danl. Dorward, Harrogate. 
1894. Brown, Daniel Walter, Preston. 

1889. Brown, David, Taunton. 

1922 L 2 



1884. Brown, David Matlliews, Easthouriie. 
1863. Brown, Edward, Chalford. 

1901. Brown, EdwardArcher,Jo^«wwe5Z»wr^. 
1904. ]5rowu, Edwd. Middlefon, Ahirujdon. 

1886. Brown, Edward Vipont, M-anchester . 

1893. Brown, Elijah, Bromleij. 

1898. Brown, Evelyn Kempson, Salishury. 
1860. Browm, Fredk. Gordon, Finshvry-circ. 

1891. Brown, Frederick James, Newark. 
3886. Brown, Fredk. NatLaniel, Frimley. 

1874. Brown, George, Callington. 
1865. Brown, George Arthur, Tredegar. 

1899. Brown, George Minter, Cape Colony. 
1896. Brown, George Walter, Cape Colony. 

1892. Brown, Harold Corser, Tipton. 
1896. Brown,HarryMewb.,7kr«r/te?! Drayton. 
] 906. Brown, Horace George, Tredegar. 
1846. Brown, James B. S., Snettisham. 

1898. Brown, Jas. Warburion, Charles-st. 
1881. Brown, James Wm. Henrj^, Leeds. 

1899. Brown, John, Newark. 

1877. Brown, John Alexander, PeckhaQU. 
1860. Brown, John Barr, Ascot. 
1883. Brown, John Henry, Sheffield. 
1872. Brown, Joseph L'Ost€, Shifnal. 

1894. Brown, Jos. Norwood, Hampstead. 

1885. Brown, Lewis, Bolton. 

1887. Brown, Lewis Hy., Bucklinrst-hill. 

1906. Brown, Rtilph, Sherbor'ne. 

1891. Brown, Reginald, Bectory-road., N. 

1907. Brown, Robert Dixon, Johaimeshurg . 
1896. Brown, Robert Tilbury, R.A.M.C. 

1892. Browm, Stanley Mewburn, Birkdale. 

1875. Brown, Thomas, Kennington-pk.-rd. 

1885. Brown, Thos. Alex., Sidton Coldjield. 
1854. Brown,Thos.E.B.,C.I.E.,i?rw(/es6'ry. 
1875. Brown, Thos. Lloyd, Iloxton. 

1900. Brown, Thomas Warren, Wallington. 
1874. Brown, Walter, Gloucester. 

1888. Brown, Walt. G. Stephens, Cardkian. 
1888. Brown, Walt. SigisujUnd, N.8. W. 
1872. Brown, W^illiam, Carlide. 

1883. Brown, W^m. Henry, Victoria. 

1886. Brown, Wm. Henry, North Shields. 
1888. Brown-Fairlie, Jas. Daniel, Ceylon. 
1905. Browne, CuthbertGarrard,i?.^. it/. C. 
1S64. Browne, Edgar Athelstane, Liverpool. 

1887. Brovv'ue, Edwd. (iranville,CVi«//;)r?V/^('. 
1900. BrowDe, Edwai'd Wemyss, L.M.S. 
1874. Browne, Geo. Ihickston, Wimpole-st. 
1885. Browne, Harold Elliott, N.S.W. 
1902. Browne,IIarrieSpencerI)., Winchester. 
1887. Browne, Henry, Salisbury. 

]870. Browne, Henry Wm.L., W.Bromivich. 
1878. ]h"owne, Horace Ximenes, li.N. 
1877. Browne, James Wm., Jlolland-pk.-av. 
1892. Browne, John James, Wigton. 

1867. Browne, John Walton, Beljast. 

1907. Browne, Josiah, Bromyard. 
1906. Browne, Ralph, Sherloryie. 

1887. Browne, Roblev Hy. Jn., 7io?/. Nam/. 
1899. Browne, Thos. Walker S., Chatham. 
1902. Browne, William Walker, R.A.M.C. 
1883. Browne-Carthew, R. H., Beaumont-st. 

1896. Browne-Mason,Hubt. O.B.,i^.^..¥.C. 
1887. Brownheld, Harry M., Petersfeld. 
1854. Brownheld, Matthew, East-lndia-rd. 
1860. Browning, Benjamin, Sherhor?ie. 

1887. Browning, Edgar, Beigate. 

1892. Browning, Geo. Dansey, R.A.M.C. 

1898. Browning, Paul Ran some, Totton. 

1908. Brownson,RogerD. l).-D.,LoKd.-hosp. 

1899. Browse, George, J.iV/.>S\ 

1906. Bruce, Olliver, Teddingtoti. 

1875. Bruce, Peter, Santiago. 

J 876, Bruce, Robert, Milford-on-Sea. 

1883. Bruce, Robert Marston, Fulham. 
1858. Bruce, Saml. Noble, ^?<6'e«s/^oro'-f/'rr. 

1893. Bruce, Wm. James, Milford-on-S. 
1893. Bruce-Porter, H. E. B., Grosvenor-st. 

1876. Brumell, Arthur, Mo)peth. 
1874. Brummitt, Robert, ^S. Australia. 

1860, Brumwell, Geo, Murray, Shanklin. 
1867, Brumwell, Geo, William, Kendal 

1858. Brumwell, Jos. Cownley, Shanklin. 

1861. Briinjes, Martin, Tivickenham. 
1878, Brunt, John, «7. United Serv. Club. 
1881, Brunton, Chas. Edwd., IV^lthamstow. 
1901, Brunton, John, Endsleigh-gardens. 

1859, Brunton, I^inton Bennett, Finchley. 
1889, Brunton, Walt. Reyner, Poplar. 

1897. Brusbtield, Arch. Nadauld, Ilalifax. 
1886. Brushfield, Thomas, *SVi%. 

1850. Brushheld,Thos. l^.,BudCghSalte-rtmi. 

1898. Bruzaud, Alfd. Sigismund, Oldham. 

1907. Bryan, Chas. Walt. Gordon, Pym«^s-.S(y. 

1900. Bryan, Clem. Arth. Douglas,Xf/cc*/f';-. 
1874. Bryan, Clement Frederick, L^eicester. 

1864. Bryan, Edward, B. Societies Club. 
1871. Bryan, Francis Chas,, Bayswater. 

1884, Bryan, Frederick, Epsom. 

1899. Bryan, Herbert James, Chatham. 
1905. Bryan, Jobn, Denonport. 

1865. Bryan, John Morgan, Northamptmi. 
1859. Bryant, Charles, 

1867. Bryant, H, Vining, Leeds. 

1888. Bryden, Francis W. Aug., Godalming. 
1878. Bryden, Richd, Joseph, Gravesend. 
1905. Bryden, Ronald A,, R.A.M.C. 

1900. Brydone, Jas. Marr, S. Audley-st. 
1888, Bryett, Lewis T, Eraser, Cano)tbiiry. 
1893, Bryett, Wm, Robert, Thornton Heath. 
1893. Bryson, Leonard Horner, St. Andreius, 
1874. Bubb, Benjamin, Paignton. 




1802. r.nhb, WilliHin, Pmrick. 
liSO."). JJucliauati, Arcliibalcl (iialiani, Liss. 
1872, liiichanan, Arthur, Chdihani. 
188(J. Jiiicliauan, .loliii, Vauxhall. 

1905. l^iichaiiaii, Norman Duncan, Ontario. 
1888. IJiiehauan, Itbt. J. M'Lean, Liverpoul. 

1870. l}ii(;lianan, Walter, iSurbiton. 
I80.3. liiiok, Awson, Pdlernw, C<ut(id<i. 
1S92. Buck, Arthur Herbert, Urujlitoiu 

1875. liuck, Charles William, ISettle. 
18(32. r>uck, Henry. 

1859. Buck, Ilenrv .lolin, Clapton-common. 
1878. J)uck, .John Stiilinir, Bromley. 
1883. iiuck, Lewis Archer, Famworih . 
1866. liuck, Thos. Alpheus, Ri/cle, I. of W. 
1849. Buckell, l]dward, Winchester. 
1886. liuckell, l^dward, lloinse]/. 
1874. jjuekell, l^rnest Hook, Chichester. 

1876. lUu-kell, Leonard M., Lee-o)i- Solent. 
1858. Buckenham, John, Camhrid'/e. 

1903. liu'^keridge, Guy Leslie, Itoi/. Navy. 

1886. Buckland, Svdnev Chu^., Wimhledon. 
186:i. P)U('kle, Fleetwood, R.y., S»uthsea. 
1890. Buckley, (Vnarles Herbert, Oldham. 
1908. Buckley, John Philip, Manchester. 
189L liuckley, .losf^ph Kichd., Birmin(/ha:7i. 
1883. Buckley, Thos. William, llirap-^one. 
1894. Buckley, William Henry, Oldham. 
1883. Buckmaster, ( leo. Alt'd.,.yor^//^r/6'7.--/!^r. 

1871. Budd, William Alexander, P^////7i^o?i. 
1894. Budd, Win. Hindshaw, Cape Town. 
1899. Budd-Budrl, Ldwd. Jn., Brif/hton. 
1893. Budden, Tice Fisher, Crouch End. 

1897. Buendia, Nicolas, Bogota, Columbia. 

1887. Buenode Mesquita, Pol., Hampstead. 
1883. Buksh, Baheem, Flaistow. 

1888. Bulirer, Alfd. James, Woloerhamptim. 

1906. Bull,I)oug-lasWm.A.,*"^ow//.Syw('/'orc/. 
1878. Bull, Edwin George, Birmingham. 

1899. Bull, George Vernon, Ashlmurne. 
18i)5. Bull, Harry Ashworth, Staford. 
1870. Bull, James Weston, Windtledon. 
1892. Bull, Stanley Arth., Auckland, N.Z. 
1874. Bull,AVm. Henry, Stonii-Stratford. 
18.">2. BuUeid, George, Connaaght-st. 

1900. BuUen, Chas. Henry, WuherhnmpUm. 

1 886. Bullen, Frederick St. John, Bristol. 
1890. Bullen,HewittJn.Lysacrht,J/^/(^/-6Vio^. 

1904. BuUey, Felix Marshall^ Hindhmd. 

1887. Bullivant, Samuel, Burgess-hiH. 

1898. Bullmore, Edwd. Augustus, Wisbech. 
1896. Bullmore, Fredk. Guy, Cobcgn Bay. 

1888. Bullock, Charles Penry, Oswestry. 
1887. Bullock, Henry M., Upp. Wi)npole-st. 
1878. Bullock, Jos. Ernest, Ladhroke-grove. 
1887. Bullock, Iloger, Warwick. 

1902. Bulstrode, Chris. Victor, llamjjstead. 

18.s(;. Bulstrode,irv.Timbr(;ll,7V^/.-v^//?.-/<'/\ 

1901. P.ulteel, Cecil J'^dward, I.M.'\ 
1879. Bulteel, Marcus Henry, Gaernsey. 
]'^44. lUimpsted, Tlios. Brooks, Catnbridge. 
1<'S9:). Bumsted, Henry James, iStreaf.ltam. 
1898. liunbury, I'Ahvin (larrett, Clifton. 
I8i)3. Bunch, John Le ^lare, Weymunth-st. 

1876. Buncombe, John Dobrie, Cape Col. 
18-)0. Buncombe, Wm. Dewey, Bow-rd., E. 

1882. Bunn, Chas. Grinling, (Ip. Norwood. 
L*^77. Bunny, Joseph Brice, Taiinfoti. 

1905. Bunting, Edwd. Lancelot, Edgbaston. 

1902. Bunting, Geo. Ij&wi^hQYy, Hunstanton. 
1870. Bunting, James, Torquay. 

1893. Burch, Henry Edwin, Portsmouth. 
1888. Burchell, Ernest, Brighton. 

1898. Burd, Cyril Prich^ird, Tamxoorth. 
1854. Burd, Edward, Shrewsbury. 

1885. Burd, Edwd. Lycett, Church Stretton.. 
1878. Burd, Geo. Vanhouse, Okehampton. 
1900. Burd, Reginald Shirley, Oaken. 
1908. Burdett, John Head, Ealing. 

1894. Burditt, Ralph Austin, Manchester. 
1900. Buvtield, Thomas, llaiUham. 

1865. Burge, Frederick John, Bournemouth. 
1896. Burffes, Fdk. Aug. 'L'E.,Bir7ningham. 

1903. Burges, Richard ,('/i/^oyi. 

1906. Burgess, Arthur Say ell, Godalming. 

1872. Burgess, Edwd." Arthur, Manchester. 

1873. Burgess, Edward John, Whitchurch. 
1903. Burgess, Harold Lynch, Downing-st. 

1906. Buiiess, Robt., East Carlton. 

1894. Burgess, Thos. Wm. W., iV.5'. W. 
1870. Burgess, Wm. Fredk. R., Sfreatham. 

1877. Burgess, Wm. Mduer, Ilarlesdcn. 

1907. Burke, Gerald Tyler, Ealing. 
1852. Burke, John Matthew. 

18S8. Burland, Herbert, Wellinqhorour/h. 
1905. Burman, Hugh Westley, IS'. Cold field. 

1883. Burman, Fredk. James, Rotherham. 
1S97. Burn, Alfred. Craivlcy. 

1873. Burn, Geo. Wilson, Cromei\ 

1878. Burn, StaceySouthernden, Richmond. 

1885. Burn, Thos.Wm. B.irnett, Candrridge. 

1806. Burn, Wm. Harnett, Upper Tooting. 

1899. Burnand, Walter Eardley. Natal. 
1905. Burner, Laur. Henry, Sydenham. 
1004. Burnett, i\.rthur Hill, Ken>!ingtou. 
\^\)o. Burnett, Frank Marsdeu. Sercnoaks. 
18i)l. Burnett, John Ridley, Keswick. 

1895. Burnett, Leslie Burton, Christchurch. 
1002. Burnett, Philip, Montreal. 

1886. Burnett, Reuben, Leek. 

1807. Burney, Chas. Dudley F., New Cross. 
lOOo. Burney, AValt. Hry. S., Greenwich. 
187(>. liurnham, Geo. Herbt., Toronto. 
1878. Buruie, Wm. Gilchrist, Bradford. 




1893. Burniston, Hugh Somerville, H.K 
1900. Burns, Edward Payton, Smethwick. 

1887. Burns, Theo. Gilbt. Alex., Wimpole-st. 
1895. Burns, William Thomas, Carlisle. 
1886. Burnside, Eustace Aug., R.A.M.C. 

1904. Burpitt, Harry Reginald, BuHon-o.-T. 

1906. BuiT, Wilfrid Buchanan, Hornsey. 
1908. Burr, Wm. Alex., Fergus, Canada. 

1905. Barra, Launcelot Toke, Ashford. 

1885. Burrell, Arth. Wm,, Wigmore-st. 
1864. Burrell, Edwin, Doughty-street, W.O. 
1861. Burrell, Lionel, Kew. 

1895. Burrell, Lionel Cottingham, Kew. 

1895. Burridge, Henry Alfred, Kerne-hill. 
1904. Burridge, John Harold, Herne-hill. 
1903. Burroughes, Hry. N., L, Berheley-st. 
1868. Burroughs, Benj.P. B., Weston-s.-M. 
1870. Burroughs, Jn. Edwd. Bucldand, Lee. 
1892. Burroughs, John Herbert, City-rd. 
1881. Burroughs, Leopold, Lee, S.E. 

1894. Burroughs, Wm. John, Oakley-sq. 
1894. Burrow, Thomas, Lancaster. 

1896. Burrow, Vincent, Morpeth. 

1907. Burrows, Arthur, Hadleigh. 

1881. Burrows, Chas. Wm.G., Bermondsey. 

1901. Burrows, Cresswell, Cambridge. 
1880. Burrows, Hy. Chambers, Grantham. 

1888. Burrows, Walt. Hornca&tle, Acton. 
1878. Burry, Hy. Burry Pulleu, Paignton. 

1897. Burt, Albert Hamilton, Llove. 
1878. Burt, Alfred, Uxhridge-road. 

1887. Burt, Cyril C. Barrow, Stratford-o.-A. 

1902. Burt, Joseph Barnes, Stroud-yreen. 
1850. Burt, Richard. 

1891. Burt, William Charles, Stockbridge. 
1878. Burton, Alfred Henry, Bickley. 

1894. Burton, Arthur, Cromer. 

1886. Burton, Charles Frederick, Whitby. 
1896. Burton, Chas. George, L. Edmonion. 
1896. Burton, Edwd. Theodore, R. Navy. 
1880. Burton, Francis Hy. M., R.A.M.C. 
1889. Burton, Harry, Marple. 

1875. Barton, Hbt. Campbell, Blackheath. 
1893. Burton, James Cecil, Charthani. 
1867. Burton, John Earp, Liverpool. 

1876. Burton, John Randell, Broadstairs. 
1848. Burton, Joseph Stewart, Reigate. 

1895. Burton, Leonard Lammiiig, Longton. 
1898. Burton, Percy, Newcastle. 

1891. Burton, Wm. Edward, Frodsham. 
].881. Burton, Wm. Henry, Victoria. 
1885, Burtoji-Fanning, Fdk, W m. , Norwich . 
1878. Bury, Abraham Thos., linxton. 
1862. Bury, Edward Charles, Wisbech. 
1887. Bury, Frederic Charles, iScvenoaks. 
1857. Bury, George, St. John\ Wood. 
1884. Bury, Herbt. Taylor, Wisbech. 

1877. Bury, Judson Sykes, 3Ianchester. 

1892. Bury, Reg. Frederick, Leamington. 
1891. Busfield, James, Claphatn-2)k.,S.W . 

1878. Bush, Erasmus, Kingsbridge. 

1883. Bush, Francis Alex. A., Batt.-pk.-rd. 
1863. Bush, Honrv John Rvder. 

1881. Bush, James Paul, C31.G., Clifton. 
1866. Bushell, Stephen Wootton, C.M.G. 
1890. Bushnell, Frank Geo , Brighton. 
1905, Bushnell, Percy Chas,, Avondale-sq. 
1885. Buss, Howard Decimus, Cape Col. 
1855. Busteed,Hy. Elmsley, CLE,, 7. Jf,>S. 
1887. Buswell, Ferberd Richard, i^.^.M.C. 

1905. Butcher, Chas. Bazett Define, Ealing. 
1902. Butcher, Harry Ilendy, Hampstead. 
1863. Butcher, Hy, Osborn Fawcett, Ware. 
1868, Butcher, William Deane, Ealing. 

1900. Butcher, Wm. James, Westhoughton. 

1893. Butement, Wm., Masterton, N. Z. 

1896. Butler, Arthur George, Penge. 
1890, Butler, Charles, Burnham. 
1853, Butler, Ebenezer Robt,, LM.S. 

1907. Butler, Frank, City-road. 

1879. Butler, Gamaliel Henry, Hobart. 

1906, Butler, Georjjre Guy, St. Thomas's. 

1880. Butler, Geo. Robert, Carlton-vale. 
1878. Butler, Geo, William, Petersjield. 

1882. Butler, Gilbert Edward, Tasinaiiia. 

1901. Butler, Harold Branson, Guildford. 

1900. Butler, James Alfred, Croydon. 
1906. Butler, Percival, Tipton. 

1897. Butler, Sydney Geo., R.A.M.C. 
1895. Butler, Thomas Harrison, Dorchester. 

1901. Butler, Thomas Langton, HcMon. 
1860. Butler, Thos. Mapleson, Guildford. 

1894. Butler, William Barber, York. 
1870, Butler, Wm. John, LM.S 

1877, Butler-Sraythe, Albt.C has., i?roo7c-s/^. 
1863, Butlin, Charles Henry, C(i)nborne. 

1908. Butt, Harold Thos.H ,St.BarVs.-hosp. 
1892. Buttar, Charles, Kcnsington-gdns.-sq. 

1890. Butterfield, Nath, Aug,', Cape Town. 

1906, Butterworth, John, Middleton. 
1882. Butterworth, Samuel, R.A.M.C. 
1870. Button, Hor;vce (looch, N.S. W. 

1907. Button, Martin BinnsStuder,7fac/.w<7/. 
1878, Buxton, Alfd, St, Clair, Mansjield-st. 
1881, Ihixton, Dudley Wilmot,3/or^?me/'-6'if. 
1885. Buxton, Edward, Great Crosby. 

1891. liuxton, (Wuwi^yy^ ., P'enny Stratford. 
1881. Ihixton, Thomas, TaniwortJi. 

1884. Buxton, Wm. Maberly, Blaclqjool. 
1854. Buzzard, Thonuts, Grosvenor-st., W. 
1877. Bvam, Samuel Henry, Chesler-sq. 
1904, IWam, WilHam, R.A.M.C. 
1858. Byas, Edward Hegley, Boiv. 
1891. BVass, Thos. S])ry, Wallingford. 



1 907. JlyRttfllavryViviiinDyutt, Kensint/ton. 
190(). Bve, Norman II., Buckhurst-hiU. 

1894. livers, Ileurv Staj^^fr, Cleator. 
1879. livers, Sir John William, Belfast. 

1895. liyford, William Francis, Ruthin. 
18(51. iivles, Alexander. 

189.'i. Byles, Jas. Jieuzeville, Sackmlh'-st. 
1850. Byramjee, Rustomjee, Cainpdcn-hill. 
1884. Byrne, George, Manchester. 
1807. Byrne, James Peter, Wickloio. 
1874. Byrne, John Joseph, Preston. 

1899. Byrne, John Scott, Lirerpool. 
1895. Byrne, l^eter Ke\in, York-place. 
18.>3. Byrne, Oscar. 

1900. Bj'water^EruestFdk. Whartou,Z>Mrf/^y 


1871. Cable, George Hughes,. Greenwich. 
1897. Cade, Harry Mills, (xrantham. 
1892. Cade, Henrv Lowless, Wallinyton. 
1875. Cadge, William Hotson, I. M. S. 

1859. CfEsar, Richd. Thompson, Bearsted. 
1890, CcBsar, Richd. Thompson, Maidstone. 
1895. Caglieri, Guido Enrico, SanFrancisco. 
1882. Caiger, Frederick Foord, Stockivell. 
1850. Caird, Thomas Wilson, Croydon. 
1869. Calantarients, Johannes A., Scarboro\ 
1884. Caldecott, Charles, Eedhill. 

1877. Calder, Aug. Barclav, FnUmm-rd. 
1888. Calder, Frank, Darlington, N.S. W. 
1895. Caldicott, Chas. Holt, Chobham. 
1800. Caldwell, Wm. To^Niiley 1)., Brixton. 

1884. Caleb, Clement Cornelius, Lahore. 

1885. Caley, Guthrie Neville, Ealing. 
1890. Caley, Henry Albt., Up. Berkeleij-st. 
1858. Caley, James William, Selhy. 

1897. Calev, Thomas Alovsius, Rotherham. 
1895. Caley, William Birch, Shejfield. 
1858. Callaghan, Wm., Queensland. 
1874. Callcott, Jos. Thos., Gosforth. 

1886. Callender, Eustace M., Connauf/ht-sq. 
1879. Callender, John Hawkes, N. Shields. 

1855. Callender, Michael James. 

1856. Callender, William. 

1860. Gallon, Wm. Joseph, Liverpool. 
J 885. Calrow, Thomas, Bury, Lanes. 
1867. Calthrop, Christopher Wm., /. M. S. 
1862. Calthrop, Edward, Farnham. 

1888. Calthrop,Lionel Claude E.,i);-o?V?/;/cA. 
1894. Calverley ,J. E. G., C.M.G., Folkestone. 
1855. Calvert, Francis, Beverley. 
1885. Calvert, James, Harley-st., W. 

1887. Calvert, John Teller, /. M. S. 
1887. Calvert, Wm. Dobree, Brighton. 
1879. Cama Rastamji, Hormasji, I. M.S. 


1907. Caraacho, Angel, Holland-park. 
1907. Camacho, Martin, Elsham-road. 
1876. Cambridge, Thos. Aiih. , Jlornsey-rise. 

1902. Cameron, Alexander, Cleethorpes. 
1801. Cameron, Allan Gordon R., Worthing. 
1859. Cameron, Charles, I. M. S. 

188.'}. Cameron, Chas. Ernest, Montreal. 
187(5. Cameron, Chas. II. ILnm, Fastljou?'ne. 

1889. Cameron, lOwan G., Gt. Portland-st. 
1905. Cameron, Hector Charles, Glasgoic. 
1869. Cameron, Jas. Spottiswoode, Leeds. 
1900. Cameron, John, Manchester. 

1896. Cameron, Malcolm, R(njal Navy. 

1903. Cameron, Rbt. 3Iiles F., W. Austr. 
1888. Cameron, Robert W .^Wolverhampton. 

1898. Cammidge, Percy John, Beaiunont-st. 

1897. Campbell, Alfred, New Zealand. 
1895. Campbell, Archibald Jn., Ross. 
1892. Campbell, Arthur Minton. 

1904. Campbell, Chris. Addison, Toronto. 
1904. Campbell, Colin Alex., Moorfields. 
1874. Campbell, Colin Geo., Soidhport. 

1890. Campbell, Dunc.M'D.Lochnell.ylc^ow. 

1899. Campbell, Geo. Gumiing, Madras. 

1881. Campbell, Harry, fVinipole-street, W. 
1887. Canipbell,Henr3'Johnstone,iy/v/(//b/Y7. 
1880. Campbell, Henry Wm., Queensland. 
1890. Campbell, Jas. Tweedie, Canada. 
1892. Campbell, John Alex. Langford.i^.A: 

1894. Campbell, Jn. Hay, i>.6\0.,i2.^ ALC. 
1904. Campbell, Patrick Duncan ^i., Ealing. 

1882. Campbell, Samuel George, Durban. 

1908. Campbell, Wm. Archibald, Glasgow. 
1874. Campbell, Wm. Macfie, Liverpool. 
1903. Campbell,Wm AVellesley, King's Coll. 
1903. Campiche, Paul, Middlesex Hospital. 

1883. Camps, Samuel, Trinidad. 

1895. Candler, George, Black Torrington. 

1886. Candler, Wallace Harry Chas., Stone. 
1908. Candy, George Spence, Gordon-sq. 

1876. Cane, Howard, Belvedere, Kent* 
1908. Cane, Howard Jas. Barrell, Belvedere. 
1873. Cane, Leonard, Peterborough. 

1907. Cane, Leonard Buckell, Peterboro\ 

1896. Cann, Francis Jn.Hughtrede,Z>rt?(;/id7<. 
1860. Cann, Francis Mark, Putney. 

1884. Cann, Ralph Thomas, Fowey. 
1898. Cannan, David, Forest-f/ate, E. 

1887. Cannev, Hv. Edwd. hev^h^Harleu-st. 
1907. Canney, Jiis.KohertsonC. ,HafvhEnd. 
1S55. Canniffe, William, Toronto, Canada. 
18;53. Canny, Dennis Joseph, S. Australia. 
1895. Cant, Arthur, Coleshill. 

1888. Cant, Frederick, Woodley. 

1877. Cant, William John, Lincoln. 

1871. Canton, Frederick, Upp. Wiinpole-st. 
1864. Cautrell, Matt he av Henrv, Biuton. 







































1 888. 

Capes, Robert, Dejimarh-hill, S.E. 
Capon, Herbt. James, Up. George-st. 
Caporn, Albt. Wm., Cajye Toum. 
Cappe, Herbert Nelson, Brookicood. 
Capper, Harold Selwyn, Sydney. 
Carbery, Andrew Thomas. 
Carcenac, Edward, Mauritins. 
Card, Alfred Herbert, MnsivcH-hill. 
Cardell, Edwjird Stewart, Tonhridge. 
Carden, Wm. Alfred, Cape Colony. 
Carden, Wm. Henry, Warwick-road. 
Cardew, George Arthur, Chcltenhatn. 
Cardew, Henry Jameson, Belgravia. 
Cardin, Herbert, Ingatcstone. 
Cardinall, Charles Daking-, Sidcvp. 
Cardozo, Frederick Yinay. 
Cardozo, Samuel Iswn^Zy R.A.M.C. 
Cardwell, Thomas, Radcliffe. 
Carew, Sydney, Balham. 
Carey, Adrian, Crihraltar. 
Carey, Francis Edward, Guernsey. 
Carey, Francis James. 
Carey, John Thomas, R.A.M.C. 
Carey, Riehd. John, Barhing-rd., E. 
Carlf^, Fredk. Chas., William-sL, S.ys'. 
(/arline, William Arthur, Lincoln. 
Carling, Albert, Bristol. 
Carlisle, (jeoffrey, Blackheath. 
Carlyon, Edwd. Trewbody, /. of W. 
Carlyon, Thomas Baxter, Coventry. 
Carmody, Ernest Patrick, Taplotv. 
Carnall, Edward, Harrogide. 
Carnes, William, Leeds. 
Carney, Ambrose, Bomford-road, E. 
Carolan, Jas. Fredk., Ne2v Z. 
Carolin, George, Bournemouth. 
Carpenter, Arth. Bristowe, Croydon. 
Carpenter, Edward, Barjisgate. 
. Carpenter, Geolf. 1). Hale, Ehhain-rd. 
Carpenter, George Alfd., Welbeck-st. 
Carpenter, John Wm., Goudhurst. 
, Carpenter, Pen^y Tranter, Parkstone. 
. Carpenter, Wm. Stanley, Deptford. 
. Carpmaol, Cecil Edwd., Ilerne-hill. 
. Carr, Alfred Alexander, Boulogne. 
. Carr, Copley Jabez, Ra7n:M:ate. 
, Carr, George Francis, Wokejield. 
. Carr, George Wm., Canada. 
, Carr, Thomas, Blackpool. 
, Carr, Wm. Jas., Tliornton-in- Craven. 
. Carr-Harris, Ferguson F., Canada. 
. Carre, Louis Chas. A ., Cand:ericclW6^j. 
. Carre, Louis Jn. Gerard, Cape Col. 
, Carre-Smith, Hbt. hovdl, ll(^'lla7id-pk. 
. Carreg, Griffith Llewelyn. 

1889. Carrell,Geo.Northern Piccaver,///br<:7. 
1885. Carrington, George Hedwig, Poole. 
1884. Carroll, Edw. Richd. Wm. C. I. M. S. 
1901. Carroll, Francis Radcliffe, Bedford. 
1850. Carroll, John. 

1898. Carron, Fredk. Burke, Ontario. 

1890. Carruthers, Alan Eskrigge, Anglesey 

1866. Carruthers, Jas. Gurney, Norwood. 

1905. Carruthers,Wm.Donald,,5/r7M/w/ArtWi. 

1867. Carruthers, Wm, Hodgson. Ilalton. 

1898. Carsberg, Alfred Ernest, Bruton. 

1850. Carson, Alexander. 

1890. Carstairs, Herbt. Jas., Tufnell-pk, 

1906. Carswell, Wm. ElUott, Poplar. 
1857. Carter, Alfred, Ilayti. 

1870. Carter, Alfred Henry, Birmingham. 
1897. Carter, Arthur Burnell, Dartford. 

1899. Carter, Arth. Hunton, Wolverhanipton. 
1884. Carter, Arthur Jos., Shepherd'' s Bush. 
1883. Carter, Eustace Georsre, Leeds. 
1852. Carter, Frederic, I. M. S. 

1862. Carter, Frederick, Billericay. 

1894. Carter, Frederick John, I. of Wight. 

1901. Carter, George Archibald, Hull. 

1880. Carter, Godfrey, Sheffield. 

1908. Carter, Howard Bernard, Letvisham. 
1876. Carter, Howard Bewley, Lewisham. 

1892. Carter, Hugh Ronald. Kensington. 

1862. Carter, Jabez, Bedford. 

1893. Carter, James Bubier, Ulrerston. 
1893. Carter, John George, Neiv-Kent-rd. 
1363. Carter, Richard, Bath. 

1851. Carter, Robert, Toronto. 

1887. Carter, Robt. James, Acacia-road. 
1901. Carter, Robert Markham, /. M.S. 

1907. Carter, Sydney, Chantilly, France. 

1863. Carter, Thomas, i^^^c/'Wio^/f/, Yorks. 

1881. Carter, Thomas Edward, Kingston. 

1891. Carter, Thomas Moravian, Bristol. 

1887. Carter, Tyler Pleydell, Chippenham. 

1888. Carter, Weldon Cragg, Souihport. 
1863. Carter, William, Liverpool. 
1851. Carter, William Iluskisson. 

1888. Carter, Wm. Jeffrys Becher, C. Col. 
1890. Carter, William Robson, Warioick. 
!?^63. Cartmel, Henry, Cleveleys, Lanes. 
1874. Cartwright, Alex., Old Burlingfon-st. 

1892. Cartwright, Ernest Henry, Ticehnrst. 
1S71. Cartwright, John Peploe, Oswestry. 
18U6. Carveli, John Maclean, Durhani-terr. 
1900. Carver, Arthur Edmund, Torquay. 
1866. Carver, Charles Ilandasyde. 

1904. Carver, Norman Clifton, Wimbledon. 
1860. Case, Geoige Henry, FarcJiam. 
1897. Case, Hugh Martin, Farehani. 

1882. Case, William, Caistor, Norfolk. 
1878. Casement, Brabazon N., N.'S. W. 




1873, Cash, Alfred Mid<rloy, Torquay. 
LS7C. Cash, John Tlieoclorc, yJ/^r/v/^vji, 
1K).'». Cass, Arthur y\oYiyM\,(jlot(<ester. 
1871. Cass, Statturd 'I'hos.. St. Georf/cs-rd. 
l8()o. Cass, Wiu. Cunuinji^hani, iirtr/*' Court. 
1873, Cassan, Theodore, Gainsborongh. 
li)06. Cassidy, Colin, Lancaster. 
lUOo. Cassidy, Maurice Alan, Lancaster. 
18i)(). Casson, John Ilornsey, Ken&hKjton. 

1881. Castaheda, Tiburcio Perez, Madrid. 
1887. Castel, Adolphus Leo, Mauritius.. 
190G. Cfistellain, Jn. (irahani, /iS7. Geo.-hosp. 
1880. Castle, Chas. W. Marshall, Jamaica. 
1878. Castle, llutton, Xevport, I. of Wtyht. 
lS8(>. Castle, liichard Field, Barnsley. 
1800. Castle, Wm. II. Baldwin. 

1884. Castor, liichard Henderson, /. M. S. 
18-5o. Cates, William Edward, I. M. S. 

1901. Cathcart, George Eliott, R.A.M.C. 
19U8. Cathcart, Samuel Earle, Hiyhyate. 
18o7. Catlinfr, Geo. Taylor. 

1905, Catling, Henry, Brixton. 

1889. Cato, Alexander .McLe:ui, Forost-hill. 
1899. Cato, Charles Stanley, R.A.M.C. 
ISS."). Cattell, Geo. Trew, Cromwell. 
1853. Cattell, William, /. Army. 

1899. Catterall, Cuthhert Geo., Rainham. 
1870. Cattle, CJiarles Henry, Nottinyliam. 

1887. Caudwell, Eber, Battersea-rixe. 

1888. Caudwell, Francis 13. Hv., Coyyeshall. 

1902. CaustOQ, Edwd. Postle Gwyii,' J?.A. 
1888. Cautley, Edmund, Upper Brook-d. 
1883. Cave, Edward John, Bath. 

1895. Cave, Francis William, Ashford. 
1880. Cave, Frank Evans, St. Jjconards. 
1802. Cave-Browne-Cave, lh'y.,J.Ath.Club. 
1880. Cavell, Herbert Bertram, Fleet. 
1895. Cawlev, George, Otters/iaiv. 

1901. Cawst'on,Albt.Edwd., TunbridyeWh. 

1890. Cayley, Frank Feirsnn, Stanstead. 
1859. Cavlev, ^X'lWmva, Richmond. 
1892, Cazalet, Grenville Wm.. Sutton. 

1898. Cazaly, William Ilem^', LM.S. 

1899. Cazenove, Wm. Reg., J^ony Sutton. 
1870. Cecil, Henry, Emiyration Service. 
1807. Ceelv, Robert Walter, Queen's-pk. 
1890. Center, William Rudolph, R.N. 

1902. Cerswell, William Alfred, Canada. 
1898. Chadbom, Chas. Nugent, Hove. 
1874. Chadwick, Alfred, Stockport. 

1882. Chadwick, Chas. Montague, Leeds. 

1883. Chadwick, Chas. Stott, Birminyham. 
1873. Chadwick, Geo. James, Cape Col. 
1870. Chadwick, Geo. Richd., -£«W(/'.sZ//r?n. 
1880. Chadvdck, Jas. Morley, Manchester. 
1883, Chadwick, John, Rochdale. 

1870. Chadwick, A\'alter Samuel. 


























































Chafl", Thomas Waycott, Vaiynton. 
Chatiey, Wayland (yharh-s, 7/o/v\ 
Chaikin, (ieorge, Norton Folyate. 
Chalk, Charles Launder, Ealiny. 
Challans, Frank, Upton Manor. 
Challeuor, Harry Sept., Abinydon. 
Challenor, William, St. llelen>>; Lanes, 
Challice, John Scott, 'fanyicr. 
Challinor, Cedric, Jjciyh. 
Challinor, Saml. M' >iillan, Cohvall. 
Challis, Harry T., ll'althamstotv. 
Challis, Oswald, 7i?..4..T/.6', 
Chalmers, John lOrskine, Grosmont. 
Chamberlain, Durie .\., JIampstead. 
Chamberlain, l^dwd. B)., I'afeley /Jr. 
Chamberlain, Edwd. T., Banstcad. 
Chambers, Alex. Ja.-=per, R.A.M.C. 
Chambers, Alfred lulward, Denton, 
Chambers, Eber, W'ihninyton-sq. 
Chambers, Ernest James, Matlock. 
Chambers, Ilbt. \\'m., (Joldhawk-rd, 
Chambers, Jas, Percival Prettie, 
Chambers, Jn. Louis, ILickney-road. 
Chambers, John Miles, Up.Lydhrook. 
Chambers, Wm. Francis, Folkestone. 
Chambres, Charles. 
Champneys, Francis IL, Up. Brook-st, 
Chance, Robt. Francis, Manchester. 
Ciiandler, Edward, A. M. S. 
Chandler, Henry Parry, Porfsmoutli. 
Chant, Thomas, Tictcke/ihant. 
Chaplin, Clem. W^,, Anymeriny. 
Chapman, Algernon Vivian, Croydon. 
Chapman, Charles Edward. 
Cha])man, Chas. L. G., Manchester. 
Chapman, Chas. Wm., JJ'eynu>uth-st, 
Chapman, Donald Povntz, R.X. 
Chapman, Fdk. Hercy M., R.A.M.C, 
Chapman, George, Ruyeley. 
Chapman, Geo. Wm., Maryate. 
Chapman, Herbt. Fredk., Richmond. 
Chapman, John, Cold Harbour-lane. 
Chapman, John Elliis, North 3Ioltvn, 
Chapman, Paul Morgan, Hereford. 
Chapman, Walter, TotJtesr. 
Chapman, Wm. Daniel, Windermere, 
Chapman, William Edwin. 
Chapman, Wm. .las., Torrinyton-sq. 
Chappell, John James, A. M. S. 
Cliappell, Walt. Franklin, Xcio York. 
Chappie, Aubrey Durant, JVcybridye. 
Chappie, Harold, Guy's-hospiial. 
Chappie, Robt. Llewellyn, Banisley. 
Chappie, Wm. Allan, New Zealand. 
Chard. Richd. Aug.Selway, Worthiny. 
Charles, Arth. de C. C, Richnumd. 
Charles, Blackwell, KinyskersioeLl. 



1907. Charles, Clifford Ven^riW, Kensim/ton. 
1898, Charles, Godfrey Eustace, l.M.k 
1936. Charles, Herbert, Cricklewood. 

1897. Charles, Johu Roger, Clifton. 
1886. Charlesworth, Geo. H3^, Wandsioorth. 
1873. Charlesworth, Henry,"^C.M.G.,^n«y. 
1890. Charlton, Frederick John, Handley. 
1895. Charsley, Gilbert Wm., Malvern. 

1888. Charsley, Robert Stephen, Slouf/h. 
1907, Chase, Robt, Godwin, Guifs-hosp. 

1889. Chaster, George William, Southport. 

1903. Chatelain, Victor Albert, Goodmayes. 

1898. Chater, Harold .John, Royal Navy. 

1895, Chater, John Samuel, Lincoln. 

1905. Chater, Thomas Andrew, Guildford. 
3897. Chattertou, Edgar, f/^. Wedborne-ier. 

1896, Chatterton, Harold, Tollinyton-pk. 
1899.€haudhuri, Siahrid Nath., 'Calcutta. 

1904. Chaiiucy, Jas. Hornidge, Blackheath. 
1894. Chavasse, Howard Sidney j^S". Coldfield. 
1876. Chawner, Alfred, Chest erjield. 

1886. Cheale, Montague, Uckjield. 

1903. Cheatle, Cyril Thos., Burford. 
3904. Cheatle, William George, Hanwell. 
1902. Cheese, Frederick Wm., Blackheath. 
1860, Cheese, James, Wimbledo7i-pk.-rd. 

1899. Cheese, John Wm., Northwood. 
1873. Ckeesewright, Jn. F., Rotherham. 

1897, Cheesman, Herbt. Hilton, Neiv Zeal. 
1858. Cheesman, John, Buckinyhatn. 
1889. Cheetham, Sydney Wm., i-'oresi! Gate. 

1878. Cheetham, Walter Henry, Leeds. 

1904. Chell, Geo. Russell Haines, Newark. 

1897. Chenery, Arthur, South Australia. 

1898. Chennells, Ernest P., Thornton-heath. 
1889. Chepmell,Chas.Wm. i .^ Finshury-pk. 
1850. Chepmell, Isaac D., Hurstpier point. 

1906. Cherrett, ^Qn\x^vaN^?^i. Southampton. 

1879. Chessbire, Arth. E., Wolverhampton. 

1894. Chesson, Herbert, New Zealand. 
1866. Chester, John Charles. 

1900. Chetwood, Thos., Neio North-rd. 
1873. Chetwood, Wm., ChristopJter-st., E.C. 
1897. Chevallier, Claude Lionel, U.Africa. 

1884. Cheves, James Trelawuy, Plymoidh. 
1871. Cheyne, George Edward, Jamaica. 

1905. Cheyney, George Hammond, Ware. 
1891. Chichester, Edward, Colchester. 

1885. Chick-LucaSjJas.R.G.,/?rar/m/7,J. W. 
1891. Chidell,ClaiideChurchill, 5oMrwe??iVA. 

1887. Chilcott,Arth.Edwd.,^«y/A^'^e7«^rm. 
190a Chilcott, Wm. W. I)., Kensinyfon. 
190 L Child, Francis Joseph, Winchester. 

1895. Child, Gerald Alfred, Southainpton. 
1900. Child, Harry Norman Rix, Natal. 
1884. Child, Herbert, Exeter. 

1903. Child, Stanley, Ilorsliam. 

1885. Childe, Letterstedt Fredk., LM.S. 
1879. Childs, Christopher, Looe. 

1903. Chiles-Evans,DVd.Brynmor,>S'?(;a»sea. 

1879, Chilling-worth, Andrew, Bedford. 
1867. Chiuery, Edwd. Fluder, Lyminqton. 

1880. Chipperfield, T, J. B.P,, Hampion-crt. 
1860. Chisholm, Edwin, Sydney, N.S.W. 
1878. Chisholm, John Merritt, ^Woolton. 

1880, Chisholm, William, Sydney, N.S. W. 
1871. Chislett, Francis H. O'., Manor-rd.,lS. 
1908, Chisnall, George Henry, Colchester. 
1907, Chissell, Percy John, Wimborne. 

1881. Chittenden, Th.o^.l:Y\\Y\eY,Ovinyton-sq. 

1880. Chittv, Alfd. Goldnev, Hiyhyate. 

1886. Cholmeley, Hy. Patrick, Portland-pl. 
1897. Cholmeley, Montague Adye, Truro. 

1896. Chopping"; Arthur, i2. ^.. If, C, 
1907, Chopra, Ram. Nath., Grindlay S^' Co. 

1889. Chowrv Muthu, David J. A.J Wells. 

1890. Christal, Thos. Forster, Richmond. 
1900. Christian, John Reresford, LM.S. 

1869. Christian, John Griffith, Harroyate. 
1895. Christmas, Rbt, Wm, S., Gamlinyay. 
1886. (^diristopherson, Cecil, St. Leonards. 

1881. Chronnell, James, Llindley. 
1877. Chubb, Wm. Lindsay, Sandy ate. 
1884. Churcher, Rev. Thos. G., Tunisia. 

1902. Churchill, Geo. Brooke F., R.A.M.G. 

1903. Churchill, Herbt. Melville, Briyhton. 
1900. Churchill, John Aylward, China. 
1864. Churchill, John Foot, Chesham. 

1897. Churchill, Jos. Henry, Wembley. 
1907. Churchill, Spencer, Putney. 

1874. Churchward, Nlhext, Selhurst-rd.,'^.^. 

1898. Churton, John Gaitskell, R.A.M.C. 
1862. Churton, Thomas, Leeds. 

1870. Chute, Henry Macready, C. Colony. 
1873. Clague, John, Castletoicn, Isle of Man. 
1862, Clapham, Edward, Wimbledon. 

1899. Clapham, Edward Wm., Harley-st. 

1903. Clapham, Harold, Peterborouyh. 
1888. Clapham, John Thurlow, R.A.M.C. 
1867. Clapham, Lawrence, Peterbortmyh. 

1904. Clapham, Roderic Arthur, Woodford. 
1898. Clapham, Stanley Cornell, Bexley. 
1848. Clapham, Wm. B., Gt. Dunmoio. 

1871. Clapham, Wm.CrochleyS.,^o?^/ierA'wi. 
1864, Clapp, Albert John, 

1881, Clapp, George Tucker, Exeter. 

1876, Clapp, Robert, Tavistock. 

1862. Clapp, Wm, Henry Bant, A. M.S. 
1854. Clapp, William John, Penarth. 

1905. Clare, Thomas Charles, Birminyhum. 

1877, Claremont, Claude Clarke, Southsea. 

1878, Claremont, Const. Cecil, Norwich. 

1882. Claremont, I^ouis B., Haver stock-hill. 
1902. Claridge, Wm. Walton, Gold Coast. 







Clarlc, Brown, Hornsvy. 
(^.lark, (Miarles. 

(/lark, Francis Wm., ILnuf Koivj. 
Clark, Frederick, (H. ^t. Jlc/en's, E.G. 
Clark, (leorg-e. 

Clark, ileurv Colbalcli, Hereford. 
Clark, lly. Edwd., C -M.(,;., Ulas(f<no. 
Clark, Ilenvy James, Sayuir(</e. 
Clark, James Aitken, Brondeahnry. 
Clark, James Edward, A. M. S. 
Clark, James Fenn, LeainuK/ton. 
Clark, Sir Jas. R. Andrew, Ht., C.B. 
(Uarlv, John George, Cohnl/e-rd, \V. 
Clark, Jn. S, Foot, Stoke-u.-IIam. 
Clark, Oscar William, Gloucester. 
Clark, Percy .lohn, Spitnl-sq., E.C. 
Clark, Reginald A\'m., lunsnl Rise. 
Clark, Richd. Foster, lioi/. JS'avi/. 
Clark, Sydney, Leeds. 
Clark, William Adams, Pene/e. 
Clark, William Brown, Caterlunn. 
Clark,Wm.Thos.^[arston, T'/r/cA; w//'wi 
Clark, Wm. Wake, JVeUi/K/horo/n/h. 
Clark-IIall, Jas. Richd. AJex., A.JV. 
Clarke, Alfd. F. S., Pemhridt/e-villas. 
Clarke, Arthur, Inf/atestone. 
Clarke, Arthur, Morley, Leeds. 
Clarke, Arth. Allen F., BajfSW(der. 
Clarke, Arthur Edward, Satid. 
Clarke, Arth, Ernest, llieki/Kin.s/rort/i. 
Clarke, Arthur Hopkins, Jlohart. 
Clarke, Astlev Vavasour, Leicester. 
CLirke, Cecil^ Bristol. 
Clarke, Chas. Frederick, Plumi^tead. 
Clarice, Edmd. Wearne, Chesterfield. 
Clarke, Edward Albert, Dukinjield. 
Clarke, Edward Revely, Ph/mouth. 
Clarke, Fieldinpf, Worcester. 
Clarke, Rev. Francis Edwd., Boyle. 
Clarke, Francis Winter, Guildford. 
Clarke, Fredk. A. II., li.A.M.C. 
Clarke, Geo. Y. M., Westbowne-st. 
Clarke, Geo. Gilbert, Wakeji,dd. 
Clarke, Geo. Mouat Keith, Soho. 
Clarke, Geo. Saunder, Or. Biver Col. 
Clarke, Harold W., X. Kensbuiton. 
Clarke, Harry Edward, U.vbridye-rd. 
Clarke, Harrv Ward, Dorking. 
Clarke, Henry, Wakefield. 
Clarke, Hrv. Hugh Rose, Sfourhridye. 
Clarke, Henry Joy, Doncaster. 
Clarke, Henry Joy, Doncas;ter. 
Clarke, Hy. Rbt. S., Wolverhampton. 
Clarke, Hugh C. W., Ashton-on-M. 
Clarke, Huntley, Truro. 
Clarke, James, Walthamstow. 
Clarke, Ja3. F. H., Shaftesbury- av. 

1884. Clarke, Jas. McFarlane, Bolton. 

1859. Clarke, John. 

19()(). Clarke, John, Udherham. 

1852. Clarke, John Andrew. 

186 ). Clarke, John ('haundy, Tjeeds. 

1885. (Jlarke, .Tohn Michel 1, Clifton. 

1901. (ylarke, .lohn StejjluMison, Surbit ui. 
1889. (Marke, John Tertius, Malay Stidn. 
1855. C'larke, .Jo.seph. 

1870. Clarke, Joseph Hirst, Transoaal. 

1865. CJlarke, Myrry. 

1878. (Clarke, Richard, Henton. 

187(>. Clarke, Robt. Wi^nwy^Jiaretiseoirrt-pk, 

1886. Clarke, Samuel Arathoon, ILorley. 

1905. (Clarke, Sidney Herbert^ Leicester. 
1850. Clarke, Thoma.s. 

1906. Clarke, Thos. Alex., Bolimihroke-qr. 

1889. Clarke, Tlios. Henry, Poplar. 

1881. Clarke, Walter James, Birmin(/hani. 

1896. Clarke, Walter Travers, Leeds'. 
1886. Clarke, Wm. Frederick, Toronto. 

1880. Clarke, Wm. Jenner, Xewbury. 

1897. Clarkson, Colin Cam])bell, lA'icester. 
1885. Clarkson^ Frank (^-cil, /. M. S. 

1874. Clarkson, John AVilkins, 7. J/. ,S'. 

1885. Clarkson, Thos. H. Fredk., B.A.M.C. 

1881. Clatworthy, Herbert, Queensland. 
1863. Claudon, Chas. 

1884. CLay, Aug. I'rederic, Birniinyhaui. 
19^5. Clay, Cecil Ernest, Dticsbury. 
1870. Clay, (Charles, Dewsl/ury. 
1895. Clay, David Lloyd, Neu' Zealand. 

1902. Clay, Ernest hiiivy^hrd,Bir?ninyha?n. 

1895. Clay, Francis Edmund, Hove. 
1867. Clay, Geo. Langsford, Birminyhani. 
1902. Clav, James Duncan, Brockley. 

1886. Clay, Wm. Rudolph, Sydney, N.S.W, 

1905. Clayton, Arthur Ross, S. Australia. 
1888. Clavton, Chas. 11., Ilampstead. 

1907. Chutou, Edwd. Rellis, DUton-hiU. 

1898. Clavton, ErnestT()nilin.son,/Zrtr/>?o--s^. 
1907. Clavton, Franiv, N. Finchley. 

1884. Clayton, Geoffrey Sherborne, Nein Z. 
1901. Clayton, John Cecil, Willesden-yrven. 

1890. Clay ton, Jn. Hazlewood, Birminyham. 

1875. Clayton, Jos. Evei-ett, 0. Biv. Col. 

1896. Clearv, Ano-usline V.D.^S. Kensington. 

1860. ClearV, Peter. 

1881. Cleaver, ^\'illiam Fidler, Trinidad. 

1882. Clegg, Joseph, Urmstou. 

1891. Clegg, Richard, Accrinyton. 
1880. Clegg, Waher Thomas^ Lirerpod-. 
1901. Clemens, Jas. HosSy St. Lou i.s, U.S.A. 
1855. Clement, Joseph. 

1906. Clementi-Sniith,IIerbt.D.,A>/?,sm5r/o«. 
1901. Clements, Edwd. Cecil, Lineoln. 
1878. Clements, William George,i2..4.J/.C 




1893. Clemesha, John Craig, 

1895. Clemesha, Wm. Wesley, I. M. S. 
1891. Clemmey, Wm. Newlands, Bootle. 

1894, Clendinnen, Wm. McEntire, Bilston. 
1865. Oleve, Ricbd. Vlo\\m'Ai\, Lincoln s-inn, 
1897. Cleveland, Arth. John, Nonoich. 

1888. Cleveland, Henry Francis, I. M. S. 
1904. Cleveland, John Wheeler, Guildford. 

1889. Cleveland, Robert Achilles, Cj/prus. 

1907, Cleverton, Thos. Chas. Albt., JSaltnsh, 

1896. ClifiFord, Frank Chas. W., Newcastle. 

1897. Clifford, Harold, Manchester. 
1H7-2. Clifford-Eskell, :\I. M., Muida-vale. 
1887. Clifford, I'homas, Stuhjhridqe. 
1891. Clift, Hugh, Roxjcd Nan/. 

1874. Clift, Martin Luther, Kinfi-sqiuire. 

1885. Clift, Saml. Leonard, Bournemouth. 

1856. Clifton, Arth. Crowen, Northdmpton. 
1881. Clifton, Frederick William, Sheffield. 
1863. Clifton, Geo. Flerbert, Cape Town. 
1844. Clifton. .Tames, Fordimjhrid</e. 

1857. Clifton, Robert Walter, A'M. S. 
1860. Climo, William Hill, A, M. S. 
1894. Clindening-, Fredk. Tulbotl)., China. 
1901. Clitherow, Herbert (George, PccJxham. 

1878. Clitherow, Robt. Edward, IJuiwich. 
1860. Close, Geo. Wharton. 

1906. Close, John Basil, Scarborough. 

1886. Close, John Borrill, Ilull 

1865. Clothier, Henry, IIi(/hf/ate. 

1897. Cloud, b\'eink II. h., New BucJcinqhatn. 

1906. Clough, Alfd. IIolHer, Ventnor. 

1889. Clough, Joseph, Hunslet. 
J 900. Clover, Martin, Ul/esnwre. 

]897. Clowes, Ernest Francis, Wootton. 

1856, Clowes, Francis, Sfalham. 

]904. Clowes, George Martin, London-hosp. 

1879. Clowes, Herbt. Alfred, Baysivater. 

1890. Clowes, Jn. Palphreyman, Irestwich. 

1877. Clowes, Joseph Smith, Queensland. 
1890. Clowes, Norton Burroug-hs, Beading. 

1889. Clowes, Wm. Fdk. Albert, Colchester. 
1876, Ckibbe, Chas. Percv Barlee, Sydney. 
1873. Clunn, Thos. Robt.' Hood, Prestwich. 

1908. Coad, Claude Norman, Walton. 
]886. Coad, John Edwin, Royal Navy. 

1893. Coad, Stanley Allan, Elyvn-avenue. 

1866. Coalbank, Isaac, Teddinyton. 

1907. Coalbiiiik, Robt. '^luXccAm.^Teddinyton. 
1851. Coates, Charles, Bath. 

1899. Coates, Frederick Arthur, 71 hitchurch. 
1863. Coates, Fredk, Wm., Waikato, N.Z. 

1878. Coates, George, Buyt)y. 
1S64. Coates, Geo. Alex. Augustus. 

1890. Coates, Henry lloniton, Soho. 

1894. Coates, Richard, St. Neots. 

1881. Coates, William. C.B., Manchester. 

1872. Coates, Wm. XL, Hucknall Torkard. 
1889. Coates, Wm. Henry, Patringtyn^ 

1876. Coates, Wm. Henry, Henley. 

1859. Ccathupe, Edwin Weise, Bristol. 
1897. Cobb, Ernest Herbt., Stevenage. 
1862. Cobb, John Fredc, Sofala, N.S. W. 
1874. Cobb, Robert, /. M. S. 

1891. Cobb, Wm. Ernest Stanley, Tooting. 
1897. Cubbledick, Arth. Staubury, Brixton. 

1874. Cobbold, Chas. Spencer Waller, Bath. 
1894. Cock, Chas. Jas. Edwd., Royal Navy. 
1903. Cock, Frederick, Royal Navy. 
1883. Cock, Fredk. Wm., Porchester-sq. 
1896. Cock, George Herbert, S. Molton. 
1907. Cock, Jas. Lyall, Truro, Nova Scotia. 

1879. Cock, John, Exmoiith. 

1878. Cock, Morris Fisher, Ashford. 

1875, Cock, Williams, Peckham. 

1871. Cockburn, Sir John Alex,, K.C.M.Ci. 

1882. Cockburn, LestockWeatherley,C'"«rtria 
18f,l3. Cockburn, Robt. Pitcairn, Ealing. 
1905. Cockcroft, George, Rochdale. 

1860. Cockcroft, John, Middleham. 
1900. Cocke, Robert Sturgeon, Harley-st. 

1880. Coc]vell,Edwd.Seaton, W. Hartlepool. 

1877. Cockell, Frederick Edgar, DaUton. 

1861. Cocker, Wm. Henrv, Blackpool. 
1885. Cockerill, John William, R.A.M.C. 
1887. Cockerton, Herbert, Transvaal. 

1883. Cockey, Edmund Percival, Frome. 
1891. Cockill, Thonuis Treffry, Richmond. 
1887. Cockill, William Baron, Kendal. 

1884. Cocking, William lusting, Sheffield. 

1861. Cocks, Cambridge Cary, N.S. W. 
18 "0. Cocksedge, Thos. Abraham. 

1862. Cocksedge, Thos. A. J., Banagher. 
1852. Cockshott, Joseph. 

1885. Codd, Henry Robinson, Ontario, 
1867. Codrington,Jn.Fredc.,Orawr/^,uN'!*S'. W. 
1858. Codrington, Oliver, Claphani. 

1896. Codrington, Wm. Jas., R.N. 
1884. Coe, Henrv Clark, New York. 
1877. Coffin,Thos. Walker, .l/«W<';^-or.,N.W. 
1870. Cogan, Lee Fyson, Northampton. 
1865. Coghlan, Edward Francis, Lmigton. 

1899. Coghlan, Fdwd. Francis, Ormonde-ter. 
1858. Coghlan, Hunter Alexander. 

1893. Cogill, Harry, Gwendwr-road, W. 
1898. Cogswell, Philip Dare, Hinckley. 
1880. Cohen, Alg. Aaron, Sydney. 

1900. Cohen, Edward, Conlsdon. 
1896. Cohen, Joseph, Aldershot. 

1902. Cohen, Marcus Woolf, Conimercial-rd . 
1907. Cohen, Meyer, Canonbury. 
1900. Cohn, Jacob, Belsize-square, N.W. 
lH92. Coke, Edmund P. Isaacs, Sinclair-rd. 
1873. Coke, William Harriott, Ashford. 



1904. Choker, Alfred Philip, Sydney. 
]8()1. Colah, Mujiclu'i-jce H(n'ainj«H;, 
]8.>S. Oolalifin, .lolm Jos. Aloysius, A. M. S. 
18o9, Ct)lbeck, Thomas William, Dover. 

1888. Colborne, George, Ihimjaij. 

]87o. Colborne, \ly., St. Leonard' s-<m-S('a. 
1870. Colborne, John (leort^'-o, Ild^iliiip.-i. 
188(3. Colborne, Wm. John, Jioi/a/ X(/ri/. 
1879. Colborne, \Villiam\Vriothesley,J«/>«n. 
18(50. Colby, Heoro-e, Pickcriny. 
1851. Colby, William Taylor, ' Malton. 
1802. Colciouofh, Wni. Frank, Chester. 
1894. Coldicott,AVm. \\\n\^A\,ll(immersniith. 
190.1. Cole, Arthur Frederick, China. 
1887. Cole, Francis, Deloraine, Tai>mamu. 
189o. Cole, George, XottiiK/ham. 
190(1 Cole, Horace Godden, Leatherhead. 
188G. Cole, Jn. Martin Coates, J^mezne/a. 
1897. Cole, John Wm. F]dwd., Rhodesia. 
18()8. Cole, IJichaixl Mount, G/oucesfer. 

1889. Cole, Robt. Henry, Upp. Berkeley -st. 
1887. Cole, Samuel John, Bideford. 

1 900. Cole, Thos. Edwin Ceci 1, Leamington. 
190-'>. Cole, Wm. Henchman, Croydon. 
1872. Co'le, Wm. James. 
1886. Coleclough, John Arthur, FJthani. 

1890. Coleman, Alfd. Thomas, Leicester. 

1897. Coleman, Edwd. 11., Wolverhampton. 
1895. Coleman, Ernest, Lincoln. 

1900. Coleman, Frank, Llarley -street. 

1870. Coleman, Henry William, Leeds. 

1894. Coleman, Jas. Geo. Blyth, Sutton-Br. 

1895. Coleman, James Jordan, Bridlinylon. 
18G7. Coleman, Matthew Owen, Surhiton. 

1896. Coleman, Maurice Were, Readiny. 
1890. Coleman, Percy, Clacton-on-Sea. 
1885. Coleman, Wm. Edward, Wedneslmty. 

1871. Coleman, Wm. Franklin, Toronto. 
1854. Coleman, William Warman. 

1878. Colenso, Kobt. John, Emperor s-gate. 

1901. Coleridge, Alfred, Ih-istol. 
1890. Coles, Charles, Oxford. 

1905. Coles, diaries St. Arnaud, Bath. 

1879. Coles, Donald Alexander, Chiswick. 
1862. Coles, Robert William, Oldham. 
1881. Coles, William James, Croydon. 
1876. Coley, Fredc. Collins, Xefccustle-on-T. 

1906. ColLard,BevillMolesworth,Z>orcAes^er. 
1861. Collard, James. 

1894. Collcutt, Arthur ]\ranrice, Brighton. 

1880. Colledge, Lesley Robert, Sfeyning. 
1908. Colledge, Lionel, Wancick-s(piare. 
1875. CoUeuette, F. de Beauchamp, Tooting. 

1898. Collens, Edward Howard, Hereford. 
1869. Collet, Augustus Henry, IVorthinq. 

1907. Collet, Gilbert Golding\ Worthing. 
1874. Collet, Gelding Bird, Worthing. 


1878. Collett, Robt. Willian), Wirk. 
1888. Collier, ('iiarles, Wellinf/fon. 
1895. ('oilier, Henry William', J/ore. 
1877. Collier, Ih-rbert, 67. Yarntoid.k. 
1894. Collier, Jjis. Stansfield, Wim]>olp-nt^ 

1897. Collier, Kolxu-t Stanley, Rhodesia. 
18()4. Cyolli(!r, I'homas, Ripon. 

1894. Collier, Walter lOdgar, Miridstone. 

1880. Collier, William, Oxford. 

1906. Collingham, 1 )a\ id Horace, Cttmhridge.. 

1877. Collingridge, William, (iuildhall. 
1905. Collingridge, Wm. Rex, Richmotgd. 
188J. ('oUings, Chas. d'Auvergne, (tuemseij, 

1895. Collings, Dudley Willis, Woking. 
1891. Collings, Edwd. Beresford, Barnslej/'^ 

1888. Collington, Arnott, Core/dry. 

1879. Collingto-n, John Wheler, Kihworfh. 
1886. Collingwood, F'dk.Wm., Aeton-hilL 
1886. Collingwood, Geo. Trevor, ii!o?/.A7/iv/. 
1850. Collins, Alfred. 

1889. Collins, Algernon Bo-niface, Yapti/n. 

1884. Collins, Artliur Ward, Ulverston. 
1874. Collins, Chas. Edward,. E. Grinsi^ad. 
1846. Collins, Chas. Howell, Chew- Magna, 

1860. Collins, Chas. Phillips, Leamington. 

1890. Collins, Edward Tenison, Cardiff. 
1890. Collins, Ethelbert, Saivhridgexcorth. 

1874. Collins, Floyd, Burnham-mi-Cnmvh. 

1907. Collins, Francis Garland, Scorrier. 
1886. Collins, Frank, Wanstead, N.E. 
1855. Collins, Frederick. 

1878. Collins, George Duppa, Broseley, 

1885. Collins,Geo. Fletcher, B amber Bridge, 

1881. Collins, Geo. Wm., Wmutead, N.E. 
1849. Collins, Ilenrv, Riseley. 

1861. CoUins, Henry. 

1875. Collins, Henry Abdy, Sa^xmundham. 

1873. Collins, Hemy l>eale, Kingston. 
1905. Collins, James lulward, (ria/s-hofip. 
1894. Collins, John Boniface, Yapton. 

1890. Collins, John Norton, Peterboroue/h. 

1901. Collins, Michael Abdy, Be.vley Asyl. 

1882. Collins, Octavius Aug. Glasier, Bath, 

1902. Collins, Reginald Thomas, R.A.M.C. 

1891. Collins, Richd. Ilawtrey, Ednvmton. 

1896. Collins, Victor l^velyu, Cape Colony. 

1874. Collins, Walt. Chas. G., Bridgwater, 

1853, Collins, William, 

1884. Collins, William C, Glasier, 

1876. Collins, Wm, Edwd., Wellington, N.Z, 
1899. Colliuson, Francis Chas., Masbrough. 

1885. Colliuson, Fredk. AVilliam, Preston. 
1885. Colliuson, Thomas Arthur, Bristol, 
1894. Collis, Arthur John, Neiccastle-on-T, 
1896. Coliis, Edgar Leigh, Stourbridge. 

1854. Collison, John Bowmer. 

1898. Colls, Percy Coo])er, Cranbrook, 




1898. Collum, Rowland, Neiv Cavendish-st. 
1898. CoUyer, Bertram Joseph, Paignton. 
1893. Collyer, Brice, Croydon. 

1858. Collyer, James, Play den. 
1884. Collyer, James Ralph, Playden. 
1845. Coll^Tis, John Barrett, Dtdverfon. 
1900. Collyus, John JNJoore, CharleviUe-rd. 
1882. Collvns, Robert John, Dulrerton. 
1881. Cohiian, Geo. Maurice H., R.A.M.C. 
1863. Colman, Walter, Briyhfoti. 

1886. Colman, Walt. Stacy, Wimpole-st. 

1904. Colmer, Cecil, Yeovil. 

1892. Colmer, Ptolemy Augustus, Yeovil. 

1905. Colmer, Vyviau, Yeovil. 

1877, Colquhoun, Daniel, Dunedin, N. Z. 
1886, Colquhoiin,Wm. Brooks, Bloomshury. 
186a Colson, Edward, /. M. S., Jersey. 
1854 Colston, Chas. Kelway, I.M.S. 
1851, Colston, Henry Samuel. 
1904. Colt, George Herbert, Hampstead. 
1879. Colt, Thomas Archer, Portsea. 
1898. Coltart, Guy Hemming, Frdham. 
1898. Coltart, Henry Neville, India. 
1898. Coltart, Wilfrid Henry, Oswestry. 

1872. Coltart, William Wilson, Ejisom. 

1890. Colvin-Smith, Rbt. C. M., Cromer. 
1900. Co\\\'e\\,'Rectov A\(di., Middlesex-hosp. 

1891. Colyer, Arthur Reg., Beckenham. 
1907. Colyer, Horace Charles, Auiyer-i'oad. 
1889. Colyer, James Frank, Queen Anne-st. 
1898. Colyer, Stanley Wm. R., Tuhe-hill. 

1884. Comber, Arth. W., Midlothian. 

1886. Comber, Chas. Thos. Thornton, C. Col. 

1887. Comerf ord,BeaumontH., Chester-terr. 

1862. Comerford, Michael. 

1859. Comley, John Muspratt, India. 

1863. Compson, Jn. Chas., Bridge -of Allan. 
1900. Compton, Maurice Winzar, HtdL 
1896. Compton, Thomas, E. Molesey. 

1864. Compton, Thomas A., Teig^imotith. 

1907. Comyn, Arth, Fitzwilliam, Bichmond. 

1 893. Conder, Alfred Hartwell, Durhan. 
1877. Cones, George Augustus, /. M. S. 

1885. Cones, John Archibald, Burgess-hill. 
1895. Conford, Geo. James, Feli.rtowe. 
1895. Connell Arthur Mayers, Sheffield. 

1895. Connell, Walt. Thos., Bedford-pl. 

1 908. Connellan, Edmund Wctov, Keynsham. 
1907. Connellan, Percival Sandys, jfiTeyws/iawi 
1870. Connolly,Benj.Bloomfield, C.B.,Army 
1887. Connolly, Frank Glynn, JBrisbane, 
1862. Connolly, Joseph. 

1902. Connolly, Noel Alfd. Wm., Sydney. 

1896. Connor, Geo. Washington, Ncwry. 
1862. Connor, .Tas. H. T., Wandsivorlh. 

1873. Conolly, Beaumont Rowley, Fimchal. 
1885. Conolly, Chas. Hamilton, JVood-gr. 


1871. Conolly, Stephen F., Basi^et-road, W. 

1907. Conran, Philip Cniw (ord, Basingstoke. 
1895. Constable, John Cecil, Brixton. 
1856. Constant, Fredk. George, I. M.S. 

1891. Constant, Thos. Edwd., Scarborough. 
1864. Constantinides, Petros, Toronto. 

1875. Continho, Joaquim Vicente, Bombay. 
1889. Conway, Aubrey, Stockport. 

1889. Conway, Basil Wiseman, Lungsight. 
1902. Coode, Claude Lionel, Truro. 
1852. Coogan, John. 

1881. Cook, Augustus Henry, Hampstead. 

1858. Cook, Edward. 

1908. Cook, Ernest Neville, Hampstead. 

1892. Cook, Fredk. Ernest, W. Africa. 

1893. Cook,ll?iVYY¥r'nk\yn,Mud(iee,N.S. W. 
1854. Cook, Henry, I M.S., Lee-on- Solent. 

1906. Cook, Isaac Reginald, Woodford. 

1859. Cook, John. 

1861. Cook, John, Nottingham-terrace. 

1904. Cook, John, Dipton. 

1858. Cook, John Will, Colchester. 

1880. Cook, John Wm. Cross, Middlesbro\ 

1880. Cook, Jonathan Nield, Calcutta. 

1902. Cook, Joseph Basil, Gt. Missenden. 

1876. Cook, Jos. Belcher, Gt. Missenden. 
1899. Cook, Lewis, I.M.S. 

1881. Cook, Philip Inkerman, Bromley. 

1886. Cook, Robert James, Derby. 

1887. Cook, Saml. JMxdi,Askam-in-Fn7'ness. 

1907. Cook, William Warner, Norwich. 
1887. Cooke, Albert Wm., Northampton. 

1887. Cooke, Cecil Whitehall, Crickleivood. 

1890. Cooke, Charles Michael, Barnstaple. 

1874. Cooke, Edward Marriott, Onsloio-sq. 

1893. Cooke, Ernest Wilfrid, Shreivshury 

1903. Cooke, Francis Gerald H., India. 

1889. Cooke, Francis Henry, Birch. 

1894. Cooke,Frederick Arthur, Haddenham. 

1890. Cooke, George Harry, *S'^. Helens. 
1867. Cooke, James Wood, Barnstaple. 

1872. Cooke, John, Prahran, Victoria'. 
1889. Cooke, John Ambrose, Liverpool. 
1899. Cooke, John Geo., Walsall. 
1858. Cooke, Louis Richards. 

1895. Cooke, Martin Alfred, Ealing. 
1906. Cooke, Owen C. P., Teignmonth. 
1901. Cooke, Reginald Torriano, Wantage. 
1803. Cooke, Richard Edward. 

1888. Cooke, Thos. Alfd. B., New Milford. 

1875. Cooke, William Conway, Boqnor. 
1892. Cooke, William Henry, Bath. 

J 873. Cookson, Hugh Alexander, Halifax. 
186)2. Cookson, Samuel, Stafford. 
1894. Cooley, Alfd. Glover, N.S. W. 
1875. Coom, Richard, Auckland.^ N.Z. 
1881. Coombe, Albt. 'ioww^ewd^Notting-hill. 



1882. Coombo, Chavlos Frederick, Sheffield. 

18()5. Coombe, Fredk. Syduey. 

1801. Coombe, Thonia.s Saiidby, 1 urton 

1907. Coomber, Arth. JVchiiiiip, IShoreditch. 

1871. Coomber, Francis, Fukenhmn. 

1904. Coombes,Percival Chas., \\'aUin</ford. 

18(33. Coombs, Carey Pearce, C(u^tle Canj. 

1876. Coombs, Graliam Lowe, Leeds. 

1806. Coombs, Kowland Hill, Bedford. 

1852. Coombs, Savill James. 

1855. Coombs, Wm. Godwin, Crnirford-st. 

1889. Cooper, Ardaseer 1)., Jiombay. 
1870. Cooper, Arthur, Old Burlinytim-street. 
1892. Cooper, Artli. Tanner, (it. l'ortland-t>i. 

1857. Cooper, Astley, Boi/al Xavi/. 

1862. Cooper, Astley Aug. C, Monte Video. 
1851. Cooper, Charles, I. M.S. 

1890. Cooper, Chas. Dudley. Cape Colony. 
1900. Cooper, Charles Miner, Edirihuryh. 

1892. Cooper, Dossabhoy Nowrojee. 
1888. Cooper, Edward, R.N., Bournemouth. 
1896. Cooper, Edward Harold, liadlett. 
1875. Cooper, Ernest Fredk., CathciiH-rd. 

1894. Cooper, Francis Bastow, Lincoln. 
1898. Cooper, Frank, Birniinghani. 
1859. Cooper, Geo. Frederick, Valparaiso. 
1881. Cooper, Geo. Fredk., Lquique^ Chili. 
1864. Cooper, George Henry Cresswell. 
1867. Cooper, Geo. Jos., M.P., Bermondsei/. 

1896. Cooper, Harold Merriman, Hainpton. 

1893. Cooper, Harry, Surbiton. 

1897. Cooper, Harry Gordon, Altrincham. 
1890. Cooper, Harry Joseph, Lyme Regis. 

1904. Cooper, Henry, Royal Navy. 

1900. Cooper, Henry Creemer, Cavendish-sq. 

1875. Cooper, Henry David, Agra, India. 
1890. Cooper, Hy, Spencer, Feterhorough. 
1851. Cooper, John Douglas Francis. 
1903. Cooper, John Sephton, Gm/s-hosp. 
1890. Cooper, Ludford, Rochester. 

1876. Cooper, Peter, Blackheath. 

1895. Cooper, Rbt. M. Le H., R.A.M.C. 

1858. Cooper, Samuel John, Victoria. 

1895. Cooper, Thos. Geo. Duncan, Newport. 
1881. Cooper, Walter, Barnstaple. 

1900. Cooper, Walter Edward, B. Hurling. 

1905. Cooper, Wilbye, ICeighley. 

1896. Cooper, "William Herbert, Ke>ulal. 
1907. Coorlawala, Rustom N., Hyderabad. 
1857. Coote, James Richard. 

1900. Cope, Gilbert Edgar, Westminster. 

1901. Cope, Ricardo, Hove. 

1894. Copeland, Frederick, Cape Col. 

1859. Copeland, John, Bucklebury. 

1888. Copeland, Wm. H. L., S. Kensington. 
1873. Copeland, W. Lowrv, Chicago, U.S. 
1894. Copeman, Alfd. H.,'.^^. Mary Axe. 

1887. Copoman, Sydney Arth. M., Whitehall. 
1858. Copcstake .Walter Goodall, Derby. 
18()1. C()])land, Frank. 
1H93. Copland, (too. Anderson, Gore, N.Z. 

1907. Coj)land, Ja>'. Ebenezer, Grenada. 
PiK)4. (Jopland, John Rrightiuau, Sheernesn. 

1899. Co])]), Charles Joseph, Toronto, Can. 
1864. Corban, Laurence, A. M. S. 

1893. Corben, Charles, Caldicot, 3Ion, 

1858. Corbet, David. Kidderminster. 

1859. Corbet, Rea, Grays. 

1908. Corbett,Cyril DudleyHely, Streatham, 
1905. Corbett, Geo. H. U., Grey coat -yd n^. 

1886. Corbett, Herbert llenrv, DoncriMer. 

1900. Corbett, Sidney ^\WUn\Carendish-i)L 

1873. Corbin, Edwd. Kinnersly, Guernsey. 

1887. Corbin,EustaceR.St.Clair,7y^W.«'tt/i<^///j. 
1903. Corbin, Herbert Ernest, IVillesden.. 

1902. Corbin, John, Adelaide, S.A. 

1864. Corbin, Thos. Wilson, Adelaide, S.A. 

1894. Corbould,V. A. L.E., Victoria-rd.,\\ . 
T887. Cordiuer, Hichsird, Douglas, I. of M (m. 

1903. Cordner, Robt. Harry L., R.A.M.C. 
1894. Coi-fe, Robert, Greemcieh. 

1902. Corfield, Charles, Bristol. 

1897. Cortield, Edwd. Carruthers, Tooting. 

1904. Corfield, Walt. Francis, 67oMce5^er-^er. 

1860. Corin, Wm. John, Brixton. 

1884. Corlihill, Jos. G. Gaiibaldi, Smthport. 

1899. Cornaby,EdgarEdw.,i?rti;^n8€OMr^-/jjt. 
1860. Cornbill, John, Ilfracombe. 

1872. Cornelius, Walt.Bernard, Compton-rd', 
1891. Corner, Albert, Forest-gate. 

1888. Comer, Frank, Pop>lar, E. 

1888. Corner, Harry, Soicihgate, N. 

1874. Corney, Bolton Glanvill, I.&0.,Fijt. 

1890. Cornilliac, Joseph. 

1881. Cornish, Chas. Newton, Soidhmck-pL 

1900. Cornish, Chas.Vivian,ZrtW?w-?-c?,,N.W» 

1891. Cornish, Edward. 

1857. C Ornish, Kenneth I lenrv, Wandsivorth, 
1862. Cornish, Phihp Alfred, Dybridge. 
1894. Cornish, Sydney, Zhrking. 

1880. Coronado, Danl. Enrique, Colovihia. 

1884. Covo\\e\,i\\\\\\?^, Paramaribo, Surinam^ 
1872. Corrie, Alfred Thomas, Royal Navy. 
1907. Corry, Harry Barrett, Woods>de-pk. 
1887. Cort, John Giles Denisou, Whitburn, 
1868. Cortis, AVm. Richd., N.S. W. 

1894. Cory, Charles George, Sohatn. 

1891. Corv, Ernest R. llaiues, Bon rnetnouik, 

1889. CorV, Frank Gillett, Mornhull. 

1875. Cory, Fredk. William, Ossett. 

1901. Cory, Harold Myrie, Basutoland. 

1885. Cory, Isaac Rising, Guildford. 

1881. Corj', William Howard. i?rj.s7o/. 
1889. Coryn, Hbt. Alhl. Wm.. California^ 




1886. Cosens, Chas. II. Cham\iion, Paipfton. 

1894. CosenSjFrancisRbt.Sepping's, Coy lion. 

1887. Cosens, Wm. l[i\xvvo\x(y\\, Dorchester. 
1875. Oosgrave, Alexander,Z>W/o«-/('- Moors. 

1874. Cosshain, AVm. li-d,y\noiiAyCirencester. 

1893. Costa, Isaac, Jamaica. 

1807. Costelloe, Daniel, Mmore-street, N. 

18o2. Costerton, Horatio. 

1858. Costerton, Thomas. 

18(32. Costin, Jn.Qmck,MarA-etI£arhorouf/h. 

1890. Costine, Wm. Courter, Liverpool. 
1905. Costobadie, Hugh Palliser, Grove-pk. 
1905. Costobadie, Vincent A. P., Grove-pk. 

1887. Cotes, Digbv Francis Baynes,i*w/5ar<. 
1879. Cottell, Arthur Bowditch, i2.^.;T/.a 
1886. Cottell, Reg. James Cope, RA.M.C. 

1895. Cotter, Geo. E. W., Talhot~rd., W. 
1897. Cotterill, Albt, Ernest, Manchester. 
1879. Cotton, Charles, Ramsqate. 

1899. Cotton, Fredk. Wm., R.A.M.C. 
1861. Cotton, George Foley. 

1894. Cotton, Hy. Hugh Powell, Westerham. 

1875. Cotton, Herbert, Army. 
1889. Cotton, John, St. Helena. 
1883. Cotton, James Milton, Canada. 

1905. Cotton, Robert Hugh, Lowndes-st. 
1860. Cotton, Thomas, Camd en-road. 

1888. Couch, James Kyiiaston, Swansea. 
1875. Couldrey, James, Scunthorpe. 

1903. Couldrey, Thos. Reg., Sctmihorpe. 

1893. Coulson, James Edmund, Fulliam. 
1871. Coulter, William, Calcutta. 

1888. Coulton, John James, Cape Colony. 
1892. CouucelljRichardW., Walworth-road. 
1873. Comxsellor, Wm. P, W^eymouth. 

1906. Couper, James, Horiisey-larie. 
1906. Couper, Sam Barrett, Edinbnryh. 
1871. Coupland, Sidney, Queen-Anne-st. 

1889. Court, Arthur, Chesterjield. 
1899. Court, Edward Percy, Cosham. 
1863. Court, Josiah, Chesterfield. 
1905. Courtauld, Louis, Henley. 
1889. Courtney, Guy Budd, Barnet. 
1905. Courtney, Harold Geo. ^.,Beckenham. 

1904. CouttSjDavidKirkpatrick,*^!^. Thos.-hp. 

1895. Coutts, Francis James, Leytonstone. 
1881. Coutts, John Alfred, Up. 'Bcrkeley-st. 
1897. Coutts, Jn. Morton Sim, Tliyhhur]/. 

1894. Couzens, Albert ILhewQzei^Easthourne. 
1904. Coventon, Albert Wm. 1),, Southyate. 

1891. Coventon, Chailes Arthur, Oxford. 

1896. Coventry, Charles, Perth, W. Aust. 
1851. Coventry, George Mallet. 

1891. Covernton, Hugh Selby, S. Aust. 
1863. Covey, Charles Edward, Alresfurd. 

1892. Covey, William John, Ashbourne. 
1894. Cowan, Frank, Strood. 

1878. Cowan, Frederick Samuel, Bath. 

1879. Cowan, Geo. Floyle, Canada. 

1906. Cowau, Wm. Joshua, Bolton. 
1853. Coward, Jas. Eyres. 

1897. Cowburn,Arth.U()ug., Barkston-ydns. 
1891. Cowell, Alfred Rodgers, Yealnqjton. 

1907. Cowell, Ernest Marshall, Steyniny. 

1882. Cowen,Edw. Ingham, Thortiaby-on-T. 

1864. Cowen, Philip, Ballaini. 

1889. Cowen, Thos. Philip, Lancaster. 

1894, Cowes, Adam, Peru. 

1904. Cowie, James Alexander, N. Zealand. 
1897. Cowie, Robt. Macnamara, Army. 
1896. Cowin, Doug. Hy. Fawcett, I.M.S. 
1871. Cowley, John Selwyu, Upton-on-Sev. 

1904. Cowper, Claude M. L., Sittingbourne. 
1888. Cox, Alfred Edward, Watford. 

1887. Cox,Aifd. \l?i\o\(\lAiiQ2int,IioyalNavy. 

1855. Cox, Arthur, Lony-Buckby. 

1890. Cox, Arthur Brooks, Sydnet/, N.S. W. 

1888. Cox, Chas. Alfd. Stanley Bell. 
1903. Cox, Clement Harlow, Edybaston. 
1899. Cox, Edmund, Royal Navy. 
1902. Cox, Ernest Alfred, Lony Buckby. 
1899. Cox, Franklin, Radstock. 

1906. Cox, George Lissant, O.vton. 
1901. Cox, George Ralph, Shirley. 

1895. Cox, Henry Procter, St. Tudy. 

1886. Cox, James Hei-bert, Cujje Town. 

1883. Cox, John Henry, Nottinyhani. 
1901. Cox, Joseph Bethel, Seven Kinys. 

1879. Cox, Llewelyn Frederick, Denbiyh. 

1865. Cox, Pierre Georges, Fopstone-rd. 

1908. Cox, Ralph, >S'^. Thoinas' s-hospital. 

1905. Cox, Reg. John Hands, Hampstead. 
1878. Cox, Robert Hippisley. 

1882. Cox, Roland Frederic, Bridgwater. 

1887. Cox, Walter John Roalfe, Mortimer. 
1893. Cox, Walter Mundy, BirminyJiani. 
1869. Cox, William, Winchcombe. 

1888. Cox,Wm. Alfred Spencer, Jiewi^mry/o^i 

1862. Cox, Wm. Henrv. 

1880. Cox, William Laird, Tunbridae Wells. 

1881. Coxwell,Chas.Filliugham, BlackJith. 
1887. Coy, Wra. Filmer, Vancouver, B.C. 
1901. Crabtree, Emilio F., Buntingford. 
1895. Crace-Calvert, Geo. Alfd,, Ruthin. 

1856. Craddock, Samuel, Bath. 

1899. Cragg, Edward Henry, Billingboro. 

1883, Crago, W^m. Henry, Sydney, N.S. W. 
1883. Craig, James, Conyleton. 

1891. Craig, Maurice. Bethlem Hospital. 
1890. Craig, Wm. Wallace, Bridynortli. 

1863. Craister, Thos. Lawson, Cape Colony. 
1877. Crallan, Geo. Ed w. Jas., Bournemoidh. 

1906. Crampton, Harold Percy, P'inehley. 
1905. Crampton, Walter, South2)ort. 




1903. Crau, llu^h Rose, New Mahlm. 
1895. Oran, Robert David, Sdiford. 
188G. Craiistoun, Oliarles Janice, Ludlow. 

1887. Craustoun, George, Ludioiv. 
1899. Crapper, Harold 8iij^deii, Poole. 

1886. Crastou, Cliarles Autliony, Wiyan. 
185."3, Craven, George. 

1873, (h-aven, Robert .Miisgrave, Kendal. 
18yii. Craven, Walter, R/iode^in. 

1851. Crawcour, Isaac Lionel. 

1907. Cravvf<^rd, Andr. Jn., En'ldei(/h-(jdns. 

1893. Crawford, Cyril llodney II., Peinbun/. 
1851. Crawford, James. 

1855. Crawford, Joseph, Liverpool. 
1907. Crawford, Robert, Nottinyham. 
1905. Crawford,Stephe»iE., JFe.sfn-s.-Mare. 

1904. Crawford, Thos.Wni. Walt., i^..l/)v'm. 

1899. Crawford, Vincent James, li.A.M.C. 
1902. Crawford, Wm. Thomson, IL-llitujly. 

1900. Crawley, Herbert Edwd., Wewldver. 

1901. Crawshaw, Ernest Jn.,5«;v?/w///,AS'f>;«. 

1905. Crawshaw, James Heniy, Leeds. 
1883. Crawshaw, Samuel, Ashton-u.-Lyne. 
1879. Creag'h, Stephen llejiry, Army. 

1894. Creak, Alex. Brodie, Birminyham. 
1866. Creaser, William Appleton. 

1895. Creasy,LawrenceE, New Cavendish-st. 
1885. Creasy, Rolf, JVindleshnm. 

1885. Cree, Gerald, R.A.yLC. 

1883. Cree, Herbert Eustace, R.A.M.C. 

1888. Cree, James Douglas, Hampstead. 

1874. Cree, William Ed^s'ard, Holloway. 
1877. Creed, Chas. Philip, Bo^icomhe. 
1866. Creed, John Mildred, Sydney ^ 

1868. Cremen, Patrick John, Cork. 

1865. Cremonini, John, New O.rf or d- street. 

1869. Crespi, Alfd. Ju. Henry, Wimhorne. 

1877. Cressey, George Henry, Torquay. 
1883. Cresswell, Francis, B arrow-on- Soar . 

1861. Cresswell, Nathaniel VljBroadstairs. 

1866. Cresswell, Richard, Portishead. 
1893. Cresswell, Stuart Corn wallis, Dowlais. 

1887. Cressy, Arth. Z. Clay don, WaUinyton. 

1888. Cressy, Charles James, Swindon. 
1879. Creswell, John Charles, Billericay. 

1889. Creswell, John Edw^ards, Suez. 
1907. Creux, Paul Alfred, Southyate. 
1905. Crew, Fredk. 'Denys,I£iyham Ferrers. 
1858. Crew, John, Hiyham Ferrers. 

1890. Cribb, Arth. AVm. Gordon, N.S. W. 
1895. Cribb, llarrv Giftbrd, Coulsdon. 

1862. Cribb, William. 

1873. Orichton, Fxiward John. 

1878. Crick, Samuel Arthur, Penrith. 
1882. Crick, Wm. Throne, Hinckley. 
1898. Cridland, Arth. E., Wolverhampton. 
1905. Crinks, Victor Adolphus, Bristol. 

1908. 3457 

1877. Cripps, Chas. Coiiper, Cumherwell-yr. 
1877. ('ripps, JC Iward (Jliarles, (Jireneester. 
18S7. (y'risp, Ju'nest H-iiirv, Fenrhurrh-st. 

1897. Crisp, (ieo. Bedford, R.A.M.C. 
1884, Crisp, James lOllis, Corsham. 
1869. Crisp, Jained Jjiike, South Shifldi. 
1886. Crisp^ John, M<irket Harborouyh. 

1898. Crispin, VAw. >^myi\\, Lad hroh'-ydn-i. 

1872. Critchett, Sir G. Anderson, JLirlcy-st. 
1875. Crocker, Henry Lawrence, R>y.Naoy. 

1873. Crocker, Henry Radclitle, llarley-k. 

1890. Crocker, .James Meadmore, Binylcy. 
1884. Crocker, John lledley, Rickmoud. 
1855. Crocker, .Jonathan, iVellmyton. 
1883. Croft, JOdward Octaviiis, Leeds. 
1892. Croft, John Thos. Jlerbt., LonyfonL 
1907. Croft, Lawrence, Pudsey. 

1905. Crofts, Arthur Douglas, Guy's-ho<j>. 
1892. Crofts, George Harry, Leicester. 
1902. Croly, Henry Penniiigion, Chaiibury. 

1904. Cromie, -Mortimer John, R.A.M.C. 
189J. Cromptou, Alfred, Boston. 

1889. Crompton, JOrnest, British Colombia. 

1905. Crompton, Ralph, Bury. 

1901. Crompton, Richard lly. Manchester. 
1898. Crompton, Sydney, Kiny's Norton. 
1895. Croneen, Sydney, Royal Navy. 
1864. Cronin, Eugene Francis, Claphtnn. 
1879, Cronk, Herbert (George, Repton. 

1889. Crook, Arthur, Norwich. 

1877. Crook, Herbt. David, Cape Colony. 
1879. Crook, John Siddon, West Tarrinj. 

1891. Crooke, William, Fyremont. 
1867. Crooker, Titus C. 

1881. Crookshank, Edgar March, Grinstead. 

1894. Crookshank, Francis Graham, Barnes. 
1872. Crookshank, Harry Maule, Cairo. 
1855. Croome, Wm. Frederic. 

1885. Cropley, Alfred, Huddersfield. 
1892. Cropp, J'^dward Lvcett, Reading. 
1864. Cropp, Fredk. John. 
1857. Crosbie, Pierce Morris. 

1895. Crosby, Arth. Hy. Pjvscal, New Z. 

1890. Crosby, Herbt. Thomas, Gordon-sq. 

1885. Crosbv. Robert, South Shields. 

1892. Crosla'nd, Geo. Wm. K., Huddersfield. 

1863, CA'OSs,A.Yth.J.G.,B'ckinyh'in-jHtl.-yns. 
1905. Cross, Claude Harold, Gloircesier-rd. 
1888. Cross, Edward John, St. Ncots. 

1893. Cross, Ernest William, Leytonstone. 

1892. Cross, Geoffrey, Rnmsyate. 

1902. Cross, Gerald Conyheare, Roy. Nary. 
1877. Cross, Horace Edwd. Fii-min, R.N. 
1877. Cross, Horatio Robt. Odo, Army. 

1886. Cross, Robert George, Pefers/ield. 
1880, Cross, Thos. Brown, Scarbojouyh. 

1864, Cross, William, Liverpool. 

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1896. Cross, Wm. Foster, NeioCavendish-st. 

1889. Crosse, Reg. Edward, East Dereham. 

1892. Crossing, Aug. Vincent, Plymouth. 
1881. Orossley, Charles, Leicester. 
1886. Crossley, Ely Wilkinson, Halifax. 

1897. Crossley, Henry Joseph, R.A.M.C. 

1890. Crossley, Richard, West Gorton. 
1895. Crossley, Samuel, Leeds. 

1894. Crossmau, Francis Ward, Bristol. 

1874. Crossman, .Tolm, Wandsivorth-road. 

1875. Crouch, Ernest John, Llohart. 
1853. Crouch, George James, Bawlish. 

1895. Crouch, Herbt. Challice, Welbeck-st. 
1857. Croucher, Alex. Richd., Southamptmi. 
1S85. Crowdy, Franc. Demainbray , Torquay. 
1906. Crowe^ Henry Neville, Worcester. 

1901. Crowe, Henry Wan-en, Yelverton. 

1893. Crowlev, Raipli Henry, Bradford. 
1874. Crowther, Arthur Bingham, Ilobart. 
1893. Crowther, Charles Keith, Queerisbury. 
181)6. Crowther, Edwd. Lodewyk, Llohart. 
1880. CroAvther, George Henry, Bradford. 
1885. Crowther, Jn. W., West Bromwich. 

1903. Crowther, Sydney Nelson, Clapham. 
1847. Crowther, Thomas, Halifax. 

1896. Crowther-Smith, Stanley ¥.,Headley. 
VTS. Crozier, Geo. Rowland H., J^'atal. 

1897. Ci-uddas, Hamilton Maxwell, L.M.S. 
1S88. Cruickshank, John David, Chingford. 
1''05. Cruickshank, Malcolm Ogden, Bassett. 
1852. Cruickshank, William. 

1860. Cruise, Sir Francis Richard, Dublin. 
1893. Crump, James Arthur, Welshpool. 

1904. Crump, Stanley Trefnsis, Rochdale. 
1889. Crump, Thos. Greenwood, Burnley. 

1856. Crumpe, Hammerton. 
189(5. Cryer, Joseph, Manchester. 
1900. Cubley, Arthur, W. Hampstead. 
1899. Cuddon-Fletcher, A.J.McN., Oakham. 
1882. Cull', Robert, ^carhoronyh. 

1868. Cutfe, Alfred Gordon, Leyfonstone. 

1879. Cutfe, Edwd. Meade, Woodhall Spa. 
185(). Cuft'e, Robert, Woodhall 6);a. 

1880. Cuffe,Rbt.E.(Tillhurst, W^oodhall Sjja. 
1859. Culham, James. 

1882. Culhane, Francis Jn. Fitzg., Marlow. 
1878. Culhane, Fdk. Wm. Slater, Hastinys. 
1908. Cull en, Alfred l^dgar, Nottinyham. 
1899. Cullen, Jas. Alfd. Patrick, Transvaal. 
1859. Cullen, Peter, I. M. S. 
1891. CuUinan, Edward, Hammersmith. 
1880. Culling, John Chislet, LI. A.M. C. 
1896. Culmer, John James, A(76\saw. W. I. 
1896. Culmer, Joseph Wm., Epsom. 

1857. Culverwell, 'S'lvCh^^., Criterion ThHre. 
1«76. f 'uming, Charles Henry, Flymouth. 

1902. Cuming, Pachard Ingram, Boynor. 


1879. Cumming, Geo. Wm. II., Torquay. 
1903. Cumming, William Allan, Quebec. 
1895. Cummings, Arth. Pollard, Stratford. 
1892. Cummings, Henry Joseph. 

1884. Cummings, Harold Lytton, Tasmania. 

1902. Cundell, Harold Juler, Hitchin. 
1888. Cundell, Wm. Hatch, Bournemouth. 
1895. Cunlitfe, Thomas Varlev, Oldham. 
1908. Cunningham, Arth. .Tn.W., St. Bart's. 

1903. Cunningham, Henry H. B., Belfast. 
1906. Cunningham, Norman \i.,Blackheath. 
1883. Cunningtou, Cecil Wm., Hampstead. 

1883. Cuolahau, John Herbt., Bermondsey. 

1879. Curd, Charles, Bath. 

1885. Curgenven, Jn. Sadler, Craven-hill. 

1890. Curgenven, Wm. Brcndon, Victoria. 
1864. Curgenven, Wm. Grafton, Derby, 
1906. Curl, Henley Frank, Haynpstead. 
1899. Curl, Sydney Walter, Colchester. 
18(51. Curme, Hecimus, Blandford. 

1898. Curme. Duncan, Edwd. R.C.M.A. 
1895. C urrey jEdmondFr.Neville, r?Ym,5vaa/. 

1884. Currey, Robert Henry, Liver/tool. 

1874. Ciu-rie, Andrew Stark, Fin^bury-yk. 
1894. Currie, John, Layos. 

18(33, Currie, John Legge, Bunyay. 
1881. Cun'ie, Oswald Jas., Natal. 
1881. Curtavne, II bt. Maxwell, N.S.W. 

1899. Curties, Arth. Wm. Statter, Wakefield. 

1904. Curtis, Arthur Humphry, Alton. 
18(55, Curtis, Chas, Edwin, Briyhton. 
1893. Curtis, Charles William, Finsbury. 
1908. Curtis, George Herbert, Ewe II. 

1901. Curtis, George William, Alton. 
18(56. Curtis, Israel John La Mert. 

1893. Curtis,Montague \ym.W..Kensinyton. 
1899. Curtis, Percy James, Beckenham. 
1858. Curtis, William, Alton. 

1875. Curwen, Cecil, Briyhton. 
1889. Curwen, Eliot, Hove. 

1877. Cusack, Robert Uriel, R A.M.C. 
1884. Cusse, Ernest, Brouyhton. 
1907. Custance,G. Wm.Musgrave,iV/'rt/?c7<-s^. 
1892. Cutclifte, Montagu, North Tawton. 

1880. Cuttield, Arthur, Ross. 

1879. Cuthbert, Chas. Firmin, Gloucester. 
1889. Cuthbert, Henry Pierce, Croydon. 

1876. Cuthbert, W' m. Wood, Felixstoioe. 

1902. Cutler, Horace Arthur, Brouyhton. 

1891. Cutler, Lennard, Kensinyton. 

1894. Cutting, Ernest Buxton, Norwich. 


1883. Dabbs, Charles John, Manchester. 
1867. Dabbs, Geo. H. U., Austin Friars,E.C. 
1887. Dabell, Thomas James, Nottinyham. 



1S<^2. Danre, Jolin, aiffon. 
1W7. Da(lachauji,K!iikliosruK,, DoKt/Zitt/st. 
li)07. Daft, lledlev Gascoyne, Retford. 
1905. Daft, Leonard, Retford. 

1890. 1 )airgett,lly.lni>ledew, Boroiu/hbridye. 
1883, D'Agiiiiir, .loao (loines, Denierara. 
1803. Daiu, Harry (tuv, Binniu(/ham. 
18-')8. L)akers, Wm. lly. Philip, Xeiv Zeal. 
1908. Dakeyne, Dauiel Irving, Chcddle. 
1872. Dakeyne, Thomas Edward, Leek. 

1897. Dakin, Thomas Burns, Gloucester. 
1882. Dakin, Wm, Hadford, Grosvenoi'-st. 

1895. Dalai, Ratansha Dinshaw, India. 

1894. Dalby, S\\. L. J. Bennett, Brighton. 
1879. Dale, Benjamin Hague, Swindoii. 

1891. Dale, Cuthbert Brace}^, Edyhaston. 
18(16. Dale, Frederick, Noitinyham. 
190S. Dale, John, Coleshill. 

1882. Dale, Walter Frederick, Alford. 

1898. Dalebrook, John, Spain. 

1898. Dali^ado, Patrick, Cerlon. 

190(3. Dalgliesh, Frank Bell, Blackheath. 

1887. Dalgliesb, John Wm., Sutton. 
1802. Dalgliesh, Jonathan, ^^e^?rca,s^/e-07i- J". 
1854. Dallas, Alex. M., O.I.E., I.M.S. 

1878. Dallawav,Jos. Wm.D., WindlimCVh. 

1888. Dallewv% John, Wem. 

1901. Dally, Jn. Fredk. R.,JV. Lond.-kosp. 

1883. Dalton, Arthur John, Cricklewood. 
1867. Dalton, Benj. Xeale, South Norwood. 
1856. Dalton, Frederick, Rottinqdean. 
1856. Dalton, Fredk. George, N.S. W. 

1891, Dalton, Fredk. Jas. A., i2.A\ 

1904. Dalton. G. F., Kingston, Canadu. 

1879. Dalvon, Norman, Mamfield-street. 
1864. Dalton, Thomas, Llandudno. 

1905. Daly, Ashley Skeffington, Hackney. 

1899. Daly, Fredk. Jas. Purcell, Clapton. 

1896. Daly, Nolan, Abingdon. 

1879. Damant, Arthur Johnson, Coices. 

1902. Damiau, Oswald Jos. S., St. Geo.-sq. 

1897. D Amico,CarmeldeP,, Brunswick-sq. 
1908. D' Amico,Guido dePiro,i?rw?i.ser/67>;-,'j(/. 
1896, Danaher, Edwd. Ilarrv J., Rainhani. 
1896. Dando, Edwin Arthur, Dudley. 
1887. Dane, Harold, Northwood. 

1887. Dane, Robert, Straits Settlements. 

1898. Daniel, Alfred Wilson, Epsom. 

1895. Daniel, EdgarGeorgeClemeut,JS/>«o>;?. 
1887. Daniel, Ernest 0. S., Orange Riv. Col. 
1886. Daniel, Fredc. Yi.., Barrow-in-Furness. 
1867. Damel,Jn. Waterhouse,iY, Brunsivick, 

1892. Daniel. Robt. Napier, Never n-square. 
1858. Daniel, Thos, Palmer, Beaminster. 
186(>. Daniel, William Abbot. 

1856. Daniel, Wm. James, Beaminster. 
1891. Daniel, Wm. P. Tavloiir, Kirlcburfon. 
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Daniell, Charles Henry, //////. 
Danit'li, Julgar IV^njy, Neu^- Cross -rd. 
Daniell, Geo. W. \i.,J. Conserv. Club. 
Daniell, Geo, Williamson, Blandford. 
Danitill, Henry VywkAX, Berby. 
])ani(dl, .lohn. 

Daniels, Ghas. W., Malay States. 
])aniel>(, Davis Woodcock. Ijeicester. 
Dauks, Walter Seymour, Sutton. 
Dann, I'Mward. 
Dansey, (Jeo. Fredk., Sydney. 
Danson, Uhas. Ivl. Bowman, Scarbro\ 
Dantes, Augustus Paul, Bombay. 
Daphtary, Girdharlal R,, Chiswick. 
Darabseth, Navroji Beramji, Lidia. 
Darby, William Sydney, Harrow. 
Darbyshire, DouglasEdwd,, W.Aunfr. 
Darbyshire, Harold S, 0., Nottingham. 
Darker, Geo, Fitzjames, Worthing. 
Darlow, Alfred, Plaistoiv, E. 
DarroU, Wm. Burwell, I^eintwardine. 
Da!'tnell, Louis Edward, Roy. Navy. 
Daser, Peter Paul, Dalston. 
Dash wood, Charles Ewart, Sicily. 
Da Silva, Leo. Charles. 
Date, AVilliam llorton, Cidmstock. 
Daubeny, Chas. Alexander. 
Dauber, John Henry, Charl('S^.<it.,VC. 
Daukes, Sidney Herbert, Eynsford. 
Daunt, Elliot, Bursledon. 
Davenport, Arthur Fredk., Victoria. 
Davenport, Edwd. Chas., China. 
Davenport, John. 
Davenport, William. 
Davern, John Richard. 
Davey, Arthur Tonkin, Goodmayes. 
Davey, Charles James, Transvaal. 
Davey, Ernest Llewellyn, W aimer. 
Davey, James, Transvaal. 
Davey, John Edwin. 
Davey, Jn. Bernard, Barnard Castle. 
Davey. Samuel, Caterhani. 
Davey, Thomas George, 
Davey, Wm.Hy.H.Carthew,Z?V^;7Joo/. 
David, Archbd, Sinclair, Laugharne. 
David, Evan Thomas. 
David, Wm. Washington, Llwynypia. 
Davidson, Alan, Vermont. U.S.A. 
Davidson, Alexander, Berlin, Ontario. 
Davidson, Andrew. Edinburgh. 
Davidson, Archibald, Streatham. 
Davidson, Chris. Montgom., Sleaford. 
Davidson, Duncan, Coventry. 
Davidson, Geo, Gillies, W.Kensington. 
Davidson, (juilford, Queensland. 
Davidson, Harold, Teddinqton. 
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1 .-"BS. Davidson, Hugh Morgan, Earl's-court. 

1 879. Davidson, John, U.ihridge. 

1901. Davidson, Wrn. Heni-y, W\ China. 
1890. Davies, Abel Christmas, Goiuerton. 
1893. Davies, Alhan Davy, Hull. 

1887. Davies, Albert Barnes, Stroud. 

1888. Davies, Alfred Owen, Machynlleth. 
1908. Davies, Arthur, Charlwood-st. 

1880. Davies, Arthur Mercer, R.A.M.C. 
1900. Davies, Aubrey Hugh, Ontario. 
1869. Davies, Augustus Edwd,, St. Asaph. 

1902. Davies, CharlesWoolmer, Aewsw/j'io/i. 
1898. Davies, David, Tnnhnd<je Wells. 
1908. Davies, David, Llamjeitho. 

1871. Davies, David Arthur, Swansea. 
1900. Davies, David Lei^hton, Wisbech. 
1891. Davies, David Livingstone, Criccieth. 

1905. Davies, David Morgan, Aberayron. 
1900. Davies, David Morgan, Ammanford, 
1879. Davies, David Samuel, Bristol. 
1852. Davies, Ebenezer, Swansea. 

1906. Davies, Edwin Thos. H., Carmarthen. 
189;3. Davies, Ellis Thomas, Liverpool. 
1879. Davies, Evan Edw. C. C, Lampeter. 

1881. Davies, Evan Naunton, Penyyraiy. 
18(^)9. Davies, Francis P., Neiv Maiden. 

1905. Davies, Fredk. Spencer, HoUand-rd. 

1890. Davies, Fdk. Wm. Saml., Cardif. 
1S72. Davies, Geo. Aug., Clifton. 

1883. Davies, Hry.Arth.Bluett,<S'.^MS^;-rt/m. 
1858. Davies, Henry Harries, Llandyssil. 

1906. Davies, Herbert Rees, Bo2v. 

1884. Davies, Howard, Pontypridd. 

1891. Davies, Howard Owen, Ealiny. 
1899. Davies, Hov/ell, Transvaal. 

1878. Davies, Hugh Edward, Lutterworth. 

1857. Davies, Hughes Reid, Woodford. 

1879. Davies, James David, Ryde. 

1858. Davies, John, 1. M. S. 
1863. Davies, John, Bath. 
1873. Davies, John, Aberayron. 

1876. Davies, John, Camhridye-gardens. 

1878. Davies, John, Neivtown. 

1882. Davies, John Charles, Buabon. 
1891. Davies, John Edward, ^S'f-'acomie. 

1894. Davies, Jn. l]dwd. Henry, Wrexha^n. 

1895. Davies, Jn. Edgar Philip, Llanelly. 
1872. Davies, John Hopkyn, Port Talhoi. 
1893. Davies, John Loyd, Neivporty 3Ion. 

1879. Davies, Jn. Morgan Lloyd, N. Zeal. 
1905. Davies, John Kees, Merthyr. 

1883. Davies, John Thomas, Leicester. 
1875. Davies, John William, Ehhv: Vale. 
1899. Davies, Jos. Trower, Cape Colony. 
1905. Davies, Lanuford Geo,, Blackheath. 
1866. Davies, Nath.Edwd.,ir«r%-s^;-tfe/,W. 
1879. Davies, lleesT. Edwd., Neio Tredegar. 


1892. Davies, Richard, Cheltenham. 

1894. Davies, Samuel Wvl^xVk,., Abergavenny. 

1881. Davies, Sidney, Woolwich. 

1908. Davies, Sidney Trevor, Shortlands. 
1884. Davies, Sievewright Arth.,2^/ac7^6^«'w. 
1864. Davies, Thomas, Whittlesea. 
1875. Davies, Thomas, West Kensington. 
1908. Davies, Thomas, Pencader. 
1902. Davies, Thos. Ashton, Newport, Mon. 
1908. Davies, Thomas Bonnor, Streatham. 
1891. Davies,Thos.B. '^\\\X\^,MilfordHaven. 
1898. Davies, Thos. John, RJiondda Valley. 
1894. Davies, Thomas Joseph, Askern. 
1904. Davies, Thomas Sidney, Cape Town. 

1907. Davies, Timothy Howell, Swansea. 

1908. Davies, Trevor Berwyn, Rhondda. 

1901. Davies, Walter Ernest L., Llamjeitho. 
1861. Davies, William, Llandilo. 

1882. Davies, William, Pechham. 
1858. Davies, Wm. Broughton, Army. 
1869. Davies, Wm. Henry, Newport, Mon.. 

1902. Davies, Wm. James, Aberayron. 
1898. Davies, Wm. .John Edwin, Japan. 
1896. Davies, Wm. Lloyd Bowen, Slough. 
1893. Davies, Wm. Thomas, Pen uhont. 
1882. Davies, Wm.Thos.F.,D.S.0.',6'.4/ne^, 
1885. Davis, Arth . Holds worth, SunderlaiuL 
1907. Davis, Arthur Flubert Treby, Kew. 

1880. Davis, Arthur Randall, Hyihe. 

1881. Davis, Chas. Daniel, Streatham-hill. 

1903. Davis, Charles Noel, Amberley. 

1888. Davis, Cvril Stephen, Neiv Zeal. 

1881. Davis, Edward, R.A.M.C 

1903. Davis, Edward David, Paddington. 

1885. Davis, Edw. Sandom Stone, St. Blazey.. 
1873. Davis, Edwin Harry, TF. HwtlepooL 
1900. Davis, Everard Inseal, Anerley. 

1889. Davis, Fredk. Lionel, Br. Honduras, 
1889. Davis, Gateward Coleridge, Sydney. 

1904. Davis, Rev. Geo. Brocklesby, India. 
1859, Davis, George Henry, Reading. 

1886. Davis, George William, Sidcup. 

1905. Davis, Haldinstein D,, Llyde-pk.-sq. 

1873. Davis, Harry, Callinyton. 
1888. Davis, Harry, Callington. 

1876. Davis, Henry, Queen Anyie-street. 
1895. Davis, Henry John, Portman-st. 
1904. Davis, John James, Ontario. 
1867. Davis, John Levitt. 
1862, Davis, John Norman, F'ox-rock. 

1882. Davis, John Warren, Dorset-sipiare. 
1907. Davis, Newton Charles, Lechlade. 

1874. Davis, Robert, Ch'pington. 

1887. Davis, William, lAsson-grove. 
1865. Davis, Wm. Fredk. Pen, Chili. 
1880. Davis, Wm. George, Philadelphia. 
1899. Davis, Wm. Herbert, Devonport. 




IS*")?. Davison, rJeorj^e William. 

1899. Davison, Ileiivy l']d\vard, Whitley Bay. 

I880. Daviscii, John Lorenzo, Toronto. 

I808. Davison, John Marcliant. 

1874. Davison, ]tushi'HTlionias,iS'i'^Wil/«/c?ew. 

1869. Davison, Win. .In., Chnsf church, N.Z. 

1871. Davoren, Jolin Lucins. 

1868. Davson, Fredk. Adams, Dartmouth. 

1893. Davson, Jas.Benj.IIogh ton, W.Africa. 

1877. Davy, David Henry, Hull. 

1857. Davy, Francis Jefford. 

1907. Davy, Gerald Henry, Bennondsey. 

1877. Davy, Ilenrv, E.veter. 

1903. DavV, Philip Claude T., R.A.M.C. 
1883. Davy, Thos. George, West And. 

1904. Daw, Wm. J^iadshaw, Haynpstead. 
1895. Daw, William Ilenrv, li.N. 

1903. Dawe, Charles Ilenrv, R.N. 
1899. Dawe, Frank Sherwill, Chisioick. 
1895. Dawes, Christopher Dering, I. M.S. 
1890. Dawes, George Harry, Sheffield. 

1907. Dawes, Ilerb.EdwinTonge, Fawa:/(f«//. 
1895. Dawes, John Alphonsus, Transvaal. 

1872. Dawes, Richd. St. Mark, S. Aust. 
1893. Dawkin, George Mansell, Pontypridd. 

1895. ])awnay,Arch.HuirhPavan,^rtr/ey-5<. 
1886. Dawson, Arthur Willaii, I. M.S. 

1890. Dawson, Bertrand Ivlwd., Wimpole-st. 

1891. Dawson, Cecil Lacy, Berry, X. S. W. 
1889. Dawson, Ernest Rumley, Tidse-hill. 
1864. Dawson, Henry. 

1858. DaAvson, James Edmund. 

1856. Dawson, Jean Jacque. 

1859. Dawson, .John. 
1861. Dawson, John. 
1868. Dawson, John. 

1886. Dawson, Rankine, LansdoR-ne-cres. 
1899. Dawson, Thos. Denman, Betford. 

1901. Dawson, Wm. Colliugs, Birniinyhajn. 

1853. Dawson, Wm. Lee. 

1854. Day, Albert Brvan, Ixleicorth. 
1906. Day, Arth. Percival, Weyhridye. 

1908. Day, Bernard, Woud^peeJi. 

1903. Day, Charles Frederick, Leiyh-on-Sea. 
1874. Day, Edward .Joseph, Dorchester. 

1887. Day, FranoisW.Il.Langston,^r^/r7o(?Z;. 

1902. Day, Harold J5enjaniin, Toristock-rd. 

1857. Day, Henry Arundel. 

1896. Day, James .John, Sandwich. 

1882. Day, J ohn Roherson, Qveen-Anne-st. 

1892. Day, Joseph Henry, Maryaret-street. 

1855. Day, Richard. 

1880. Day, Thomas ^lontagu, Harlow. 
1880. Day, William Aloysius, Bath. 

1903. Day, Wm. Frank Lydstone, Harlow. 
1845. Da}^, William Ilankes, Noi'icich. 
1863. Day, Wm. Henry, Leiyh-road, N. 



1 893. 
























































Day, Wni. Leigh Maule, Colchestpr. 
Dayus, Fredk. Herbert, Went Ham. 
Deacon, George Edward, Norwich. 
Deacon, .James, 

Deakin, Fiank Xewstead, Walsall. 
Dean, Ivlmund Clapperton, W. Aust. 
Dean, Henry Roy, Elm-park-yardens. 
1 )(mn, I iawreuceThompson, Oiiya-hosp. 
Uean, Thomas, liundey. 
Deane, Arthur Donuan, Brentford. 
Deane, Charles Maslen, Tasmania. 
Deane, J*]dward, Readiny. 
Deane, Herbt, VAwatA^ Weymouth-st. 
Deane, John, F^aliny, \V. 
Deane, William, Barnes. 
Deans, John, Victoria. 
Dear, Wm, Donald, Deinerara. 
Dearden, John Alf., Douylas, I. of M, 
Dearden, John ^^^^lter, Leeds. 
Dearden, AVm. Francis, Manchester. 
Deare, Jienjamin Hobbs, I. M.S. 
Deare, Edwin "Walter. 
Deas, Frank, Merton. 
Debenham, Horace Allan, Vresteiyne. 
Debenham, Horace Kersex, B)-esteiyne. 
Debenham, Robt., Poplar. 
Debenham, Robt. Barsham, Poplar. 
De Boissiere, Jean Valleton, Trinidad. 
de Brent, Harold John, Clapham. 
De Brent, Mortimer John, Clapham. 
De Castro, George, Bouriiemouth. 
de Chazal, Edmd. Lucien, Mauritius. 
Deck, Edward James, St. Leonards. 
Deck, Horace Leigh, Balham. 
DecJc, John Feild, Queensland. 
de Coteau, Jos. Taaffe, W. Lndies. 
De Deime, Thos. Vincent, Sidmouth. 
Deeble, Wm. B. Chatterton, Army. 
Dee])ing, Geo. Davidson, Hastings. 
de Freitas, Quirino B., Brit. Guiana. 
de Cannes, Jos. Louis F., Trinidad. 
de Gebert, Louis J aan Adam, Hornsey, 
de Gruchy, Chas. William, Caerleo'n. 
Deighton, Frederick, Cambridye. 
De Jersey, Walt. Brock, Guildford. 
de Jong, Edward Meyer, Heat ley. 
de Korte, Wm. Edmond, Kimfs Coll. 
de Ivretser, Edward Wm. 
De la Cour, George. Univ. Coll.-hosp. 
De la Cour, Geo. Francis, Camden-rd. 
Delamotte, George Cotes, Siranaye. 
Delamotte, Peter A\'illiani, Staines. 
De Lautour, BertrandEdgar,i^>^d?Z?rt/. 
De Lautour, Harry Archbd., N. Zeal. 
Delbruck, RaoulE.. Buckinyha)n-yate. 
De Leon, So\m,Monteyo Bay^Jamaica. 
De Lima, Teofilo. 



1850. Deliuar, Stuart. 

1881. DeLom, Ilenrv Anthony, R.A M.C. \ 

1858. Delpratt, Samuel. | 

1894. Delve, Alfred, Highbury-crescent, N. j 
1871. DeMeric,Hv.Eugene,iYo«%7m?n-ier. I 
185P). De Mier, Jose JMaria. 1 
1884. de Montbrun, Domingo A., Trinidad. 
1902. De Morjran, A ugustus, St.Marifs-hosp. I 

1895. Dempsey, Patrick Josex^h, Buhlin. i 
1891. Dempster, John Henry, Redhill. 

1896. Dempster, Wm. Thoa.*, Croydon. 

1907. Denholm, George, Brandon. 

1877. Dening, Edwin, Stou'-on^he- Wold. 
1886. Denman, Robert, Seychelles. 

1895. Denne, Francis Vincent, Brook-yreen. 
] 865. Denne, Henry, Birmingham. 
1857. Denne, Thomas. 

1908. Denning, Arth. F. Wm., Blacl-friars. 

1905. Denning, Geo. Fanning, Blackfriars. 

1906. Denning, Wm. Fredc, Marylehom. 

1889. Dennison, Rev. Tom 8., Walmll. 
1894 Denny, Arthur William, Bowtry. 

1864. DennV, Charles John, Blacktvater. 
1899. Dennv, Herbert Reg. Harry, i^.^Y. 

1878. Dennys, Geo. Wm. Patrick, I. M.S. 

1907. Densiiam, Arnold Thomas, Bristol. 
1893. Densham, Ashley B., Stratford-pl. 
1888. Dent, Harry Lord Richd., Kensington. 

1884. Dent, Herbert Crowley, Cromer. 

1890. Dent, Louis William, Woodford. 
187(). Denton, Arthur Henry. 

1904. Denyer, Clarence Hamul, Eastbourne. 

1885. de y yssen, Petrus Joh., Ralesicorth. 

1865. Deuz'iloe, Wm. Le Gros, Lonfifield. 

1905. de Pinna, Herbert Alfred, Brook-st. 
1869. Derbvshire, Francis. 

1887. de Renzi, Arthur C, Ilawalpindi. 
1851. De Renzy, Sir Annesley C.C, K.C.B. 
1874. Derington, John Marmaduke. 
1896. Dermer, Wm. Thos., W. Aust. 

1908. Derniott, Edward James, Bristol. 
1868. Derry, Bartholomew Gidley, Bodmin. 
1884. de St.Romaine,RichmondE.,7/o//a/W. 
1891. De Siiva, Appu Hennidge Chas. 
186)1. De Smidt, John. 

1908. de Souza, David H., Univ. Coll.-hosp. 
1880. Dester, Wm. Parker, CaHlc Eden. 
1898. d'Fsterre, Jn. Norcott, Eastbourne. 
1898. d"Esterre, Wm. Hry. 1). P., Noricood. 
1856. Desvignes, Peter Hubert. 

1 888. DesVcieux,Harold A., J??//A;m«7Aa?n-^?'€. 
1S96. De Vail, Alfred V.rnest, Birmingham. 
1907. Devas, Horace Charlton, Minehead. 
1877. Devenish, Wilhelm, Trinidad. 

1889. Devenish-Meares,.\rch. Lewis, A'./^m. 
1895. Devereux, Norman, Teiokesbury. 
1800. Devereux, Wm. Charles, Tctckesbiay. 


1907. de Verteuil, Eric Joseph, Trinidad. 
1877. de Verteuil, Ferd. Aime, Trinidad. 
1904. de Verteuil, Fernand Lewis, i^xV. 
1861. De Mile, Titus, Wakefield 
1906. de Villiers, Carel Chris. Alex,, Guy's. 
1896. de Villiers, J as. Henry, Cape Town. 
1902. Devine, Henry, Coulsdon 

1888. Devis, Harry Francois, Bristol. 

1901. Devitt, Herbt. Pye Smith, Rochester. 

1855. Dew, Henrv Robbins, Bristol. 

1902. U'Ewart, John Tlios., Manchester. 
1876. De Watteville, Araumd, Rolle. 
1886. Dewes, Frederick Joseph, I.M.S. 
1891. de Wet, Petre Christian, C. Col. 
1902. Dewey, Edwu. Wm. Portsmouth. 

1 889 . De wliu r st , J n . H ry . , Chipj) ing Ca mpden 
1884. de Winton, Alfred, Tewkesbury. 
1850. Dewsnap, William, Acton. 

1888. Deyns, Chas. John, Ee?i?iy Stratford. 

1895. Dhingra, Behari Lai, Punjab. 
1852. Diamond, John Ross, Kentish Toicn. 

1856. Diamond, Warren Hastings, Brixton. 
1862. Dias-Bandaruayke, A. Wm., Ceylon. 

1896. Dibbs, William Steward, Stalybridye. 
1855. Dick, Henry. 

1894. Dick, Maxwell, I.M.S. 

1868. Dick, Thomas Thomson, Victoria. 

1899. Dick, Walter, Belsize-park. 

1894. Dickens, Chas. Henry, Chiswick. 
1854. Dickerson, Stephen Henry, /. Arm'u. 
1907. Dickey,Wm.C.McNaghteu, Chiswick. 

1895. Dickin, Edwd.Percival, Briyhtlinysea. 

1857. Dickin, Wm. Achevley Parkes. 
1859. Dickius, Frederick Victor. 

1896. Dickins, Sidney Jn. Oldacres, Co«^/i,/a. 

1904. Dickinson, Chas. Marshall, Winton. 
1864. Dickinson, Fredk. Fludd. 

1877. Dickinson, George Dixon, Victoria. 
1890. Dickinson, Geo. Frank, Leamington. 
1850. Dickinson, James Charles. 
1864. Dickinson, Jn. Swinburn Anthony. 
1884. Dickinson, Jos. Jewitt, Stratford. 
1894. Dickinson, Robert Lumley, R.N. 
1879. Dickinson, Thos. Vincent, Sloane-st. 
1875. Dickinson, Wm. Gilbert, Putney. 
1903. Dickinson, Wm. Henry, Liverpool. 
1870. Dickman, Henry, Ceylon. 

1906. Dickson, Arth. Norman, Chiswick. 

1897. Dickson, Avery Wynu, Stainland. 

1905. Dickson,HaroldStewart, Warrington. 
1890. Dickson, John William, Hertford-st. 
1856. Dickson, Lindsay Fdk., California. 
1901. Dickson, Louis Edington, Chester. 
1889. Dickson, Thos. Hugh, ^.3/. Cr<stoms. 
1905. Dickson, Wm. Leonard, Guildford. 

1907. Digby,KenelmHutchins'n, Trinity-sq. 
1865. Digges, Chas. Jn. Stokes, U.S.A. 




ISM. Dill, .lohn Fredk. Ciordon, Bn'f/hton. 
lf^\)'). Dillon, Jlupurt W., Wandsworth. 

1886. Diniinock, Aug-. Fredk., Harrogate, 
187i). Diniinock, Ileury Peers, I. M.S. 

1907. Diniock, 1 lonice, iiVy. 

]88;i. Dini.-^ey, Kdgur Ralph, \).^.0.,R.N. 
1896. Dingle, Harry, Tintayel. 
1906. Uiugle, IVrcival Alfred, Finshiinj-sq. 
1877. Dingle, Wra. Alfred, Finsbun/sq. 
1885. Dingley, Arthur Wni., Argylc-sq. 
1882. Dingley, Edwd. Alfred, Wedncibiirj/. 
18t)0. Dinhaui, (leo. Joseph, Tasmauiu. 
190(). IJinnis, Alfred, Clnbworthy. 
190o. Dismorr, Cecil Jas. S., Lexcisham. 

1900. Dismorr, Henry J^ertram, Sicindon. 
1879. Dismorr, llenvy, Lewisham-pk. 
1890. Distiu, Howard, iiV</?<?W. 

1906. Dive, Gilbert Henry, St. Barfs. 
1863. Diver, Ebenezer, Portsmouth. 

1890. Diver, Ebenezer Wm., Shotley Bridge. 
1902. Dix, Charles, Kensington. 

1885. Dixey, Fredk. Augustus, Oxford. 

1908. Dixon, Alban, Willesden. 

1891. Dixon, Arthur, Preston. 

1904. Dixon, Austin Clarence, Brondesburg. 

1887. Dixon, Charles Harvey. 
1859. Dixon, George. 

1881. Dixon, Georg«^ Frederick, Potton. 

1901. Dixon, Godfrey Brookes, Witham. 

1896. Dixon, Harold Evans, Brondesburg. 
184.3. Dixon, Henry, Watlinyton. 

1882. Dixon, Henry Charles, Transvaal. 

1897. Dixon, Henry Cuthbert, Hackney. 
1870. Dixon, Henry Edward, Buntingford. 
1873. Dixon, Henry George, Hoxton. 
1884. Dixon, Jacob Robt. L., Bournenioath. 
1854. Dixon, Jolm, Jamaica-road, S.E. 
1870. Dixon, John. 

1872. Dixon, John Francis, Cape Town. 
1899. Dixon, Montague, Melton Mowbray. 
1899. Dixon, Robert Halstead, Ealing. 

1892. Dixon, Thomas, Eccleshall. 

1875. Dixon, Thomas Arthur, R.A.M.C. 
1872. Dixon, Thos. John, Transvaal. 
1895. Dixon, Walter Ernest, Cambridge. 
1878. Dixon, W'ni. ]']dward, Lowestoft. 
1901. Dixon, Wm. John, Templeconibe. 

1886. Dixson, Chas. Fdk. Lytie, Brentford. 
1875. Dobbie, Rbt. Jn. Alijernou, «S'. Aust. 
1854. Dobbin, .Tohu Wilson, Royal yavy. 
1906. Dobbin,WilfridArth. Edwin, Cardiff. 
1891. Dobbs, Matthew, Folkestone. 

1894. Dobell, Clarence Brian, Cheltenham. 
1849. Dobell, Horace Benye, Parkstone. 
1894. Dobie, Edward Cvril, Chester. 
1890. Dobie, Herbert, Chester. 
1897. Dobie, Robert Douglas, May/air. 

1>'72. Dobie, Stanley Locker, I.M.S., TJlgi?i. 

1882. Dobie, William Henry, Chester. 

1854. Dt)bie, William Murray, Chester. 

li<()6. Dobie, I'lMnci.-) Carmiuow, Penzance. 

1880. Dobrashian, Gabriel 8., Harlesden. 

ISiU. ])ol)son, Arthur, Ilkeston. 

\f>'i'-\. Dobson, .Joseph, Leed-s. 

lS85. Dobsou, li'jnard C. T., Kensington. 

1844. Dobson, Thomas, Holbeck. 

181)2. Dobson, Thomas, Windermere. 

lS()(). Docking, Tlioniaa. 

1895. Dockray, Jolm S., Bishops Stortford. 

I8r.3. Dodd, Alex. Russell, Montayu-street. 

1S8:{. Dodd, Anthony, R.A.M.C. ' 

1884. Dodd, A itliur Herbert, Hove. 

1899. Dodd, Arthur Timothy M.^ Liverpool. 

18iH). Dodd, I'hii. .Jas. Auberon, Leeds. 

1895. Dodd, Fredk. Lawson, Wimpole-st. 

1854. Dodd, Henry Allnutt, Stockport. 

1851. Dodd, James Sherwood. 

1887. Dodd, Percy Vernon, F'olkestone. 

1902. Dodd, Stanley, Woldiagliam. 
18^)7. Dodgson, (xeo. Stanley, West Liss. 
1895. Dodgson, Robt. Wm., Maida-vale. 
1884. Dodson, Arth. Edward, Wandsivorth, 

1897. Dodson, (leorge Everard, Persia. 
1858. Dodsworth, Fredc. Charles, Chiswick, 
1889. Dod well, Philip Rashleigh,^a^^e/wa. 

1852. Dodwell, Wm. Henry. 

1883. Doidge, Ma«rice John, Glastonbury, 
1856. Doiir, Chas. David, Ontario. 
1904. Doig, Keuneth Alan C, R.A.M.C. 

1892. Dolainore, Wm. Henry, Harley-st. 
1906. Dolan, Edmund xViichael, Halifax. 
1861. Dollman, John. 

190 L. Dolman, Edgar Winn Fox, Queensland. 

1898. Domela-Xieuwenhuis, Theo, Tunis. 

1899. Doniiny, Geo. Herbert, Southcunpton. 

1871. Domville, Edward James, Exeter. • 
1883. Donald, Archibald, Manchester. 
19j2. Donald, Archibald, Paisleg. 

1882. Donald, James, Kingston-on-Thames. 
190->. Donald Robert, Dunedin, A". Zealand. 

1903. Donnldson, W^y;.. W^wxs ,Hohworthy. 
1873. Donaldson, Henry, Gore., A. Zealand, 
185(). Dt)naldsou, .lohn Brown. 

1849. Donaldson, Robert, Belfast. 
1901. Donaldson, Samuel, Transvaal. 
1901 . 1 )onaldsou-Siin, ErnestA., Whitehaven 
187«). Donbavand, Edgar John, Plymstoc-k. 
1852. Douegan, Stephen. 
1873. Donkin, Horatio Brvaii, Harley-st. 
1882. Donnet, Jas. Ju. Conway, R.A.M.C. 
1898. Dore,Saml. P^rnest, XewCavendi.^h-st. 

1872. Dorin, Arth. Fdlc. Lock, Clapham. 
1903. Dorraan, Oscar Chipman, Manitoba. 

1893. Dornford, Arth. Clitford, Row, K. 




1885. Dornford, Clias. T., Manchester. 1852. 

1894. Dorrell, Vxlmund Ariliur, Hampstead, 1904. 
1900. Doubble, Meredith Sedgwick, Uiton. 1848. 
1870. Doudnev, Edwin, Neiv South Wales. 1884. 
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190(\ Dudley, Sheldon Frnncis, IL Savy. 
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1891. Duer, Sides "ham Uu^yin. 

J 881. Duff, Chas. Henry, East Bridgford. 
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1891. Duffy, Patrick Joseph, Forest -(jatc. 
18oo, Dufty, Frederick. 

1876. Dug-gan, Mother\yell, Altrinchani. 

1888. Dugon, Francis, Bertiwndsey. 

1 900. Dugon, Thos. Henderson, NeivElfhavi. 
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1889. Duigan, William, Ojford. 

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188(). Duke, .\llen Forrester, Cheltenham. 

1807. Duke, Kenjamhi, Clapha.Di-eum,,'^.^^ . 
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1870. Duke, Edgar, J7o?t. 

1849. Duke, Yvederic, Buck in/f/uim. 

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187'). Duke, Maurice Smelt, Ken)iinyt(m. 

1864. Duke, Oliver Thomas, I.M.S'. 

18o7. Duke, Koger, Hast.inys. 

187(5. Duke, Thomas. Rnyby. 

1867. Dukes. Clement, Buyby. 

1894. Dukes, Edmujul Sprague, Xew Zeal, 

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1890. Dukes, Thomas Archibald, Croydon. 

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1891. Dumaresq, !Mark Haytield, Bow. 
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1878. Duncan, Sydney ]-:d\yard, B.A.M.C. 
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190"). Dunn,Tho.s Wnj.Xe\yton, Slun-tlunds. 
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189'), Dunn, Wm. Juhvd. X., Brondesbury. 

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1898. Dupiguy, Joseph Eltbrd, '"^trenthani. 
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18o."l Dupuy, Arthur, Mauritius. 

1874. Duran, Charles, Co^^ta Rica. 

1 899. Durance, W ra . Art li . .Svtt.on-in-Ashfld 
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1882. DurantjRobt.Jas. Anderson, 7^.^1.37. C 

1900. Durbridge, Henry, Matlock Bath. 

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1896. Durrant, Chas. Ed\yin, Kinysbridye. 

1888. Durrant, I'hos. Arnold, Market Hbro. 
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1871. Dustan, Heniy, Jersey. 

1897. Dutch, Henry Asher, Berkeley-street. 
1870. Dutt, Russiclv LaU, I.M.S. 

188o. Dutt, Upendra Krishna, Candtridye. 
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1898. Dyer, Harold, Brd. Cofomhia. 
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l8ol. Dyer, Richard Bidge. 

1883. Dyer, Sidney Beginald, Prince-town. 
1867. Dyer, Thomas Birch, Xorwich. 

1899. DVer, Walter Percy, 7?.A; 
1897. DVkes, Campbell, I.M.S. . 




1897. Dykes, Charles Keg., Buckhurst Hill, 
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1870. Eager, Thomas Cawley, Acton. 

1870. Eager, Wilson, Winterhourne. 

1854. Eagland, Wm. Henry, Harrogate. 
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1885. Eales, George Young, Torquay. 

1848. Eales, Henry, late Royal Xavy. 

1873. Eales, Henry, Birjuingliam. 

1895. EaQies, Charles William, Shipley. 

1896. Fames, Edwd. Shairp B., Ufculme. 

1892. Fames, Edwd. Thos. V\\\\\^, Roy. Navy. 
1875. Eames, Jas. Crompton, Stoneclouyh. 
1800. Fames, John Davey, Leeds. 

1881. Eames, William, Royal Navy. 

1897. Fardley, William, Goole. 

1871. Eardley-Wilmot, Wdhe^t^Leamington. 

1906. Earl, Cruy Stanley, St. Geo.-hosp. 
1884. Earle, Cyril Somerset, Glasgow. 
1890. Earle, Edward Robert d\?iS., Jamaica. 
180(1 Earle, Frederick, Edqware. 

1890. Earle, Hubert Malins, LM.S. 
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1893. Earle, John RoUeston, Oxford. 

1907. Earle, Maurice Mason, Guy's-hosp. 
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1880. Earle, Walter Geo., Bournemouth. 

1855. Earnshaw, Hugh Granger. 

1898. Eason, Herbert Lightfoot, Guy's-hosp. 

1886. East, Charles Harry, Gt. Malvern. 

1873. East, Geo. Edward, Linden-gardens. 
1853. East, Henry, Lincoln. 

1897. Fast, William Norwood, Clapham. 

1874. Fastall, Henry Francis. 

1894. Eastes, Geo. Leslie, Queen Anne-st. 

1898. Eastman, Julio Daniel, Caton. 
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Eaton, Oliver, Exmouth. 
Eaves, Witb.Vaughau,t7.^if/'eMr<'w;;< C\ 
Eccles, Bertram Joseph, Belfast. 
J']ccles, Chas. Henry, Nafferton. 
Eccles, Friend Richard, Canada. 
Eccles, Greorge Hemy, Plymouth. 
Eccles, Herbt. Annesley, Norwood. 
Eccles, Horace Dorset, Neio Zealand. 
Eccles, Robert Burton, Dri^eld. 
Eccles, Wm. Soltau, Upper Nonvood. 
Eck, Vincent Frederick, Lpiique. 
Eckenstein, Kenneth Kd., Kcnsi ngton. 
Eckstein, John McDougail, Trinidad. 
Ecroyd, Alfd. Erne.^t, U.S.A. 
Eddison, Francis Ryalls, Bedale. 
Eddison, John, JVorksop. 
Eddison, .John Edwin, Leeds. 
Fddlestone, Neville A., Whitley Bay. 
Fddowes, Arth. Benj. J., LjOughboro\ 
Eddowes, Charles, Devizes. 
Fddowes, Ralph. 
Eddowes, William, Johannesburg. 
Eddy, James, Leicester. 
Ede, Charles, Bramley. 
Edelsten, Ernest Alfred, Brixton. 
Eden, Wm. Annesley, Wadebridge. 
Fder, Montague David, Charlotte-st. 
Edge, Abraham M., Manchester. 
Edge, Arthur James, Maidenhead. 
Edge, Bruce Edgar, Old Basford. 
Edgelow, George, He?iford-st., W. 
Edgelow, Herbert, Delagoa Bay. 
Edgelow, Percy, Harley-st. 
Edgelow, Samuel Henry, Melbourne. 
Edger, Warren. 
Edgeworth, Richard Lutock. 
Edginton, Alfred Dudley, Batfersea. 
Fdginton, Riibt. Wm., Birminghayn. 
Edington. 4>rnest Adolph., Leicester. 
Edington, George Henry, Glasgow. 
Edis, John Butler, Liverpool. 
Edleston, Richd. S.Chambers, 5«s/wt7. 
Fdlin, Edwd.Holbertan, Bvcklershury, 
Ediin, Herht. Ebenezer, Manchester. 
Edmond, Wm. Richardson, Totnes. 
Edmond, William Squares, Totnes. 
Edmonds, C^has. Jn. E., Streatham. 
Edmonds, Frank Rowe, Br. Guiana. 
Edmonds, George, Bexhill. 
Ednumds, Henry Aug., New Zeal. 
Edmondson, Watts, Pontefruct. 



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LS98. Edmunds, Flavell, Chc.ster/iekl. 
l^^^)4. iMlniiiiids, James, Gf. Mdrlhorout/h-xt. 
18(50. Kdminidr^, Joliii. 

1S94. Edmunds, Peruv Jas.,G/.A/to-//,u;o.-«^ 
ItK)'). Edrid-rt', Ray Jilackheath. 
18o5. Edsall, Horatio. 

1880. Edsell. C-reoige Alfred, Surh{t<m. 
1888. I'.dward, Cluu^. Stanstay. 
18r)(). EiUvardes, Chas. Laurence. 

1881. luiwards, Arthur Uea, I. M.S. 
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1900. Edwards, Charles, Shooter s-hUl-roud 
1884. l^dwards, Charles Ixegiuald, Jainaica. 

1888. Edwards, Charles Writ>;ht, ll'i/UdJitofi. 
18o(). Edwards, Daniel Thomas, Cardiff. 
187o. Edwards, David, Jlold. 

1899. Edwards, David Kichard, Conren. 

1899. Edwards, Edi2:ar Steele, Sfamford. 
1807. Edwards. Edward Noble, Briiihton. 
189.'i. lOdwards, Francis Ily., CandwrweU. 

1900. Edwards, Frank Pavne, Victoria. 
1900. Edwards, Fred. (.\iio.ll\.,R.Col.Inst. 
1892. EdwardvS, Fredc. William, Forest-hill. 
1900. Edwards, Geo. Dennicke, R.A.3I.C. 

1892. Edwards, ({eo. ^lackenzie, Harroic. 

1889. Edwards, Harford Xorman,Z)Mws^rt&/<'. 
1857. Edwards. Henry John. 

1864. Edwards, Henry Nelson, Shrcicsbury. 
1879. Edwards, James, Liverpool. 
1877. Edwards, John, Manchester. 

1900. Edwards, John Maltby, Bromley. 
190(). Edwards, Leonard, Londo)i-hosp. 
1861. Edwards, Mor<j^au John. 

1874. Edwards, Octavius, Leominster. 
1886. lulwards, Percv, Liverpool. 

1893. Edwards, Philip Hugh, Deroran. 
l8So. Edwards, Richard, Liverpool. 

1893. Edwards, Robert, Brunswick-square. 
1902. Edwards, Robert Thomas, Swansea. 
1869. Edwards, Wm. Henry, Cape Col. 

1899. Edwards, Wm. Howard, Lrtiion. 
J 884. Edwards, Wm. Llovd. Cardif. 
1884. Edwards, Wm. Rice. C.M.G'., L.M.S. 
1886. Edye, John Simpson, B.A.M.C. 
1895. Eedle, Edward John, Palmer s-yreen. 
1857. Egan, Chas. J as.. Cape Coloni/. 

1901. Ehrlich, Henry Albert, Fulham. 
1889. Ehrmann, Albert, Camden-road. 
LS98. Eichholz, Oreste, Kensinyton. 

1900. Ekins, Charles Maxwell, Cairo. 
1889. Elam, George, IV. Hampsfead. 
1876. Elcum, Donald, I. M.S., Gloucesfer-st. 
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1901. Elder, Geo. Tatham D., Man.^eld. 
1860. Eldershaw, Frederick. 


].^!)9. FldnMl, Arthur (Je ir;:e, l.ondo/i-hosp. 

].f<U(\. Eley, Norniiin Wm., liatley. 

1^^84. Eh'vatamby Mudalitamby, Colomho. 

1882. JClgood, Charles Re;^inald, ]\'ind.<or. 
18SH. I'UiavS, James, Salford. 

1877. Fliot. (icorge, (irenfell, Canada. 
1;S71. Elkington, Frnest Alfred, yeirport. 
18()3. Elkiugtou, (leorge, IJminf/nril. 
1SS5. lOlkington, Hy.l'ercival G.', it'.^. J7.C'. 
1855. l']lkington, J<din, Canada. 

18;H). EUaconibe, (iilbt.Hy. W., Transvaal. 
1907. Fllcombe, John Isdwin, ]\'andsicorth. 
lt-'94. Ellertou, Henry Dyam, Watford. 
18(52. Ellerton, John, Middleshor<niy]i. 
1874. Ellerton, Jn. Fdk. Heise, LjeamuKfton. 

1898. Ellery, Ih-uest JOdwd., ll.A.M.C. 

1890. ElJiman, Arthur Charles, Southicark. 

1860. Elliot, Augustus Frederick, Army. 
1880. l]lUot, Edmund Arth. S., Kinyshridye. 

1894. Elliot, l'>nest Edward, i>oir)-. 
1879. Elliot, Henry, Mile End-road. 
1905. Elliot, Thos. Stokoe, Camhericell. 
1886. Elliot, Wm. 11 V. W,, D.S.O., L.M.S. 
18S)2. Elliot-P>lake, llubert, Boynor. 

1892. Elliott, Chas. Caldwell, Cape Town. 
1905. Elliott, Christopher, Tunhridye Wells. 
J 881. Elliott, Edgar, Sevefioaks. 

1879. Elliott, Fredk. John, W. Australia. 

1871. Elliott, Fredk. Wm., K. Ockendon. 

1893. Elliott, Gilbert, J/orM/??(y^ow-c/-.,N.W. 

1900. Elliott, Harold St. Clair, Oxford-st. 
1892. Elliott, Harry Scott, Southsea. 

1878. Elliott, Horace, R.N. 

1907. Elliott,HowardRobinson, Whlttinyt'u 
1904. Elliott, James Warner, St. Mary's-h. 

1880. Elliott, Nich. Phillipps, Queensland. 
1852. Elliott, Robert. 

1907. Ellis, Carlton Atkinson, Finchley. 
1846. Ellis, Carteret George, Attlehorouyh. 
1903. Ellis, Edgar Severn, St. Bar£s-hosp. 
1903. EUis, Errrest Alfred, Swansea. 

1901. Ellis, Ernest Fitzgerald, B.N. 

1899. Ellis, Francis Hamilton, Wokinyham. 

1902. Ellis, Francis Hevgate, Blackheath. 
1892. Ellis, Fred, Beckham. 

1S96. Ellis, Henrv Reginald, Shipley. 

1872. Ellis, Hyacinth D'Avcy.Brierley-hill' 

1891. Ellis, Jn. Constable, Metherin(/ham. 

1883. Ellis, John Lloyd. 

187(5. Ellis, Joseph Watson, Cambridye. 

1903. Ellis, Leonard Erasmus, Leicester. 
1876. Ellis, Philip Mackav, R.A.M.C. 
1898. Ellis, Richard Thomas, Holyhead 

1895. Ellis, Robert Mackay, Chudleiyh. 
1883. Ellis, Sidney, Salisbury. 

1861. Ellis, Thomas Smith, Gloucester. 
1876. Ellis, "Wm. Ash ton, Horsted Keynes. 




1901. Ellis, William Francis, R.A.M.C. 
1882, Ellis, V\' m. Gilmore, Shn/apore, 
1866. Ellis, William Heury, Shipley. 
18o7. Ellis, William James. 

1886. Ellis, Wra. McDonag-h, Bath. 
18U8. Ellison, Anlmr, Leeds. 

1887. Ellison, Ernest Henrv, Si/ston. 

1 908. l^llison, Harold Blades, W. Kirh/. 
1882. Ellison, Wm. AugTistine,M. V.( ).,iy^>M. 
1866. Elliston, (leorge Sampson, Ipsicidi. 
1862. Elliston, William Alfred, Ipswich. 

1897. Elhvood, Thos. A., ToUimiton-pk. 

1865. Elpliinstone, Robert, Toiccester. 
1893. Elrin<^ton, Nicolas, Leamington. 

1855. Elsey, Joseph Ravenscroft. 

1877. Elsmere, Edward, Alderney-street . 
1868. Elsoni, Frederic Jos., Finshury-pk. 
1908. Elton, Henry Brown, Taunton. 

1893. Elvy, Frank, Beaminster 

1898. Ehves, Frederick Fenn, I. M.S. 

1856. Elwin, Chas. Jeken, Highbury. 
1896. E]win, Geo. Richd., Blackfriars-rd. 
1904. El worthy, Henry H., Westniin.ster-h. 
1906, Elworth}^, Reg-. Robt., Lincoln s-inn. 
1860. Eh% John James, South Australia. 
1896. Emanuel, Joseph George, Edgbaston. 
1906. Embleton, Dennis, Unic. Co/l.-hosp. 

1 894, Emerson, Ilerbt. Bree, Per-shore. 
1879. Emerson, Peter Henry, Christchurch. 
1892. Emery, Arthur, Ludlow. 

1885. Emerv, Fredk. Wm., Birmingham. 

1894. Emery, Walter d'Este, Clifton-hill 
1881. Eminson, Thos. B. Franklin, Lincoln. 

1890. Emlyn, Chas. Willmore, Newark. 
1904. Enunerson, Herbt, Harry, Sheffield. • 
1876. Emmerson, John Bolton, Bigglesioade. 
1873. Emmerson, Wm, Lindsay, Eastbourne. 

1891. Emmet, John ^N IWi^m'^ Bedhill. 
1885. Enimett, Richard, Fortsmonth. 

1872. Emms, Alfred Wilson, Ijeicester. 

1896. Emms, Harry lloht., -Birmingham. 
1885. Em tage, Edmund \\^2i\t.,Bradtcorthy. 
1901, l^nderby, Tom S. Dawber, Grimsby. 
1868, England, George, Moulton. 

1887. Englaud,(iTeo.F, Ashbridge, Winchesfr 

1897. Enirland, Humphrey, W. Kensington. 
1881. ]']nglish, Edgar, Doncaster. 

1892. English, Thos. Harks, Sleights. 

1873. ICnglish, Thos. Johnston, Kensington. 

1866. Ennals, Charles Thomas, lAndJi. 

1898. Ennion, Octavius Roberts, Meldreth. 
1889. l^nraght, Wilham, Anerley. 

1895. Elisor, Cecil Arthur, Tishury. 

1888. Ensor, Chas. William, Sot/f'hall. 
185(), Ensor, Frederick, Fort Flizahelh. 
1885. Ensor, Henry Collen, Cardiff". 

1899. Ensor, John William, Birmi)tr/ham. 




Ensor, Theodore Francis, Blandford, 
Epps, Washington, Queen Anne-st. 
Ereaut, Harold John, Cape Colony. 
Erhardt, Conrad Chas. Jas,, Crosshills. 
Ernst, Geo, Reginald, Godesberg. 
Eschwege, Frit/ 8alo, Forest-hill. 
Escombe, William, Grimsby. 
Eskrigge, Richd. Bertram, Barnsley. 
Esnouf, EvaristeChiis, X., Mauritius. 
Esser, Saml. Jonath. David, Cape Col. 
Essery, AN'm. Joseph, Southsea. 
Essex, James Rowlands, Fontypool. 
Estcourt, Heury. 

Etches, Wm. Robert, Warlingham. 
Eteson, Alfred, C.B., I. M.S. 
Etheridge, Charles, JVhitstable. 
Etheridge, Chas. l']dward, Whitstahle, 
l]theridge,Geo. Dowling, Thornton-h. 
Etlinger, Fredk. Kincaid, Stroud. 
Eustace, Richard, Bournemouth. 
Evans, Abel, Lampeter. 
Evans, Albert Edward, Cathcart-hill. 
Evans, Alexander, Market JFeighton. 
Evans, Alfd, Henry, Sutton Cohlfield. 
Evans, xVlfred Paget, Erdington. 
Evans, Arthur John, Liverpool. 
Evans, Arthur Owen, I. M.S. 
Evans, Arthur Vernon, Weybridge. 
Evans, Benjamin. 
Evans, Charles, 

Evans, Chas, Edwd., Loughborough. 
Evans, Chas. Hotham, W. Norwood. 
Evans, Charles Jew^el, Northampton. 
Evans, Charles I'obt., F.AM.C. 
Evans, Charles ^^'alter, Bakewell. 
Evans, Chas. AV. de L., Albany-st. 
Evans, Daniel Cyril, Forest-gate. 
Evans, Daniel Edward, Swansea. 
Evans, David. 

Evans, David, Maesgcwmnwr. 
Evans, David Edward, Fontifpridd. 
Evans, David Haydn, Llandaff. 
Evans, David Rbt. Powell, Wimbledon. 
Evans, l^.benezer Daniel, IVre.iliam. 
Evans, Edgar (Triffith, Swansea. 
Evans, Edw^ard, Ilolbeach. 
Evans, Edward Alban, Boy. Nary. 
Evans, Edward Beynon, Swansea. 
Evans, Edw^d. Higgon, Royal Navy. 
Evans, Edwd. Vriclid., MountainAsJi. 
Evans, Ernest Richard, Hertford. 
h]vans, Ernest Wm., Wells-dreet. 
Evans, Evan, Crediton. 
Evans, Evan, Brighton. 
Evans, Evan, Aberayron. 
Evans, Evan Parry, Barry. 
Evans, Evan Robert, Fcstiniorf. 



1872. Evans, Francis Mor^e, EaluKj. 
1897. Evans, Frederick Hudson, Lc.wlsham. 
1876. Evans, Frederick William, Cardiff. 

1888. Evans, Geo. Jildward Alfred, Seaton. 

1904. Evans, Geo. Jewel, Northampton. 

1889. Evans, Harold Mnir, Lowestoft. 
189H. Evans, Harold Ward, Littleport. 

1905. Evans, Harry Loft, Hull. 
187^i. Evans, lleni'y,Bru/hton. 

18()0. Evans, Herbert Norman, Seaford. 
1887. Evans, Howell Thomas, Blackicood. 

1905. Evans, Hugh Uoker, lUyhjate. 
1896. Evans, James, Llandovery. 
1892. Evans, James Arnold, Liverpool. 
1878. Evans, James Wni., E.I.U.S. Club. 
1857. Evans, John, Hartley Wintney. 
1868. Evans, John, Cardiff. 

1872. Evans, John, Gilweni. 

1892. Evans, John, Carnarvon. 

1906. Evans, John, St. Georye's-hosp. 
1902. Evans, John, Hoxton-st. 

1881. Evans, John Durance, Victoria, Mon. 
1862. Evans, John Henry, Liverpool. 

1906. Evans, Jn. Jackson W., New Cross. 
1886. Evans, Jn ]Slovg-dn,Llandindrod IVells. 

1893. Evans, John Morton, Bristol. 

1892. Evans, John Kichard, Narberth. 
1864. Evans, John Tasker, Hertford. 
181)7. Evans, Lewis Evan. 

1886. l]^•ans, Oliver C. P., Kidderminster. 
1866. Evans, Owen, Llamcrst. 

1868. Evans, Owen Thomas, Beaumaris. 
1891. Evans, Percy, B.A.M.C. 

1894. Evans, Pichard, Wrexham. 

1885. Evans, Robert, Pwllheli 

1908. Flvaiis, Robert Cecil Turle, Norwood. 

1896. Evans, Robert .Tones, Pwllheli. 
1870. Evans, Samuel, Harwich, 

1873. Evans, Thomas, Sydney, N.S. ?F\ 

1874. Evans, Thos. D. Fabian, Birminyham. 
1881. Evans, Thos.G.C, Budleiyh-Salterton. 
1905, Evans, Thos. J a. CRvey, B. Festinioy. 
1881. Evans, llionias Ji»nes, Llansawel. 
190(). Evans, Thos. Llewellyn, Cowbridye. 
1861. Evans, Thomas Melancthon, Hall. 

1907. Evans, Trevor, Swansea. 

1886. Evans, William, Johannesbury. 

1893. Evans, William, Pimlico-road. 

1897. J'^vaus, William, New Zealand. 
1883. Evans, William Arnold, Bradford. 

1886. Evans, William Edward, Torquay. 

1869. Evans, William Henry. 

1882 Evans, AVilliam Henry, Colyton. 

1887. Evans, William Norman, Honpstead. 
1902. Evans, William Thomas, Treharris. 
1859. Eve, Richd. Watibrd, Brochley. 
1887. Evelyn, William Arthur, York. 


1900. J'A-erard, Arth.fJeo., Bishop Stortford. 
1882. Ev(!re8t, Clare Auj^u.stus, Briyhtou. 
1857. Everest, Georfre John. 

1892. Everett, Ernest William, Norwich. 
1908. Everidge, John, Surbiton. 

1899. Kv(innii-ion,\leTbt.\)e\(is,Sandersfefcd. 
1894. Evers, Ciiarles Henry, North Scaton. 

1884. Evers, Charles John, Faversham. 
1863. Everahed, Arthur, Fi'ibourne. 

1889. Evershed,Arth.R.F.,rz7, WindCter-st. 

1853. Evershnd, Charles Lambert. 

1863. Evershed, Montague Fredc, N.S. W. 

1893. Eves, Percy Stanhope, Briyhtou. 

1886. Evill, Frederick Claude, liarnet. 

1894. Evison, Frank Arthur, March. 
1855. Evison, Hanson, Ljanvaster. 

1885. Ewart, Charles, Queen'. s-y (de-terrace. 
1871. Ewart, John Henry, Ecjitbourne. 
1871. Ewart, William, Cui-zon-street, W. 

1893, Ewbank, Arth. Geo., Inyatestone. 
1867. l^]\vbank, Francis, Hills-place. 

1887. Ewbank, W'm. Withers, S. Aust. 
1902. Ewen, Gerald Sidney, Twickenham. 
1877. Ewen, Harry Walter, Cowes. 

1886. Ewens, Geo. Francis Wni., I.M.S. 
1889. Ewens, Henry Luther, Maldon. 
1908. Ewing, Alfred Washington, Westerh'm 

1888. Ewing, Andrew Melville, Toronto. 

1894. Ewiug, Samuel Arthur, Victoria. 

1854. F^wington. C. H. Thomas. 
1866. Exell,^ Edmund, Sheffield. 
1888. Exlev, John, Leeds. 

1904. Eyre', Charles Roland R., Battersea. 
1893. Eyre, John Wm. Henry, Guy's-hosp. 


1902. Faber, Hamilton Stanley, Willesden. 
1876. Fabien, Lewis, Trinidad. 

1900. Facey, Reg. Ambrose, Buardean. 

1897. Facey, Samuel Henry, R.N. 

1886. Facey, ^Villiam Edwin, Soufhbourne. 

1889. Fagan, Artli. R. St. Leger, Holloway. 
1906. Fagan, Chas. Florace, Jn-j^S^. Geo-hos. 

1872. Fagg, Thos. Henry, Monte Carlo. 
1863. Fagge, Fredk. Thos., Llanfairfechan. 

1866. Fagge, Herbt, William, Lutterworth. 
1894. Fagge, Roht.\l\\toi\,Melfn-Mowbray. 

1890. Faichnie, Frederick, B.A.M.C. 
1885. Failes, Fredk. Geo., New South Wales. 

1898. Fairbank, Christian Beverley, B.N. 
1862. Fairbank, Fredk. Royston, Dorkiny. 

1867. Fairbank, John, Georye-street, W. 

1903. Fairbank, John Gerald A , St.-Chas.-.sq. 
1894. Fairbank,R bt. Stephens, George-st.,Vi\ 

1873. Fairbank, William, Windsor. 




1877. Fairclough, .In. Jas. Kent, Manchcsfer. 
1907. Fairclongh, Win. Aiken, Ophth.-hmp. 
1901. Fairfax, Edward Wilfred, N.S. W. 
1900. Fairhall, Geo, Victor H., Lewisham. 
1807. Fairland, Edwin James, A. M.S. 

1883. Fairies, Ambrose Wm., Ed(jware-rd. 

1864. Fairl3s-Humphreys,N.W., 'M'tjjomery 
1898. Fair weather, Wm. Ernest, .IfrtwcAes^er. 
1903. Falk, Herman, I.M.S. 

1895. Falkener, Ljon, East Molesey. 

1884. Fall, Edwin Armstrong, Ashhurn-pl. 

1879. Falla, Walter, Jersey. 

1897. Falwasser, Arthur Thos., Maidstojie. 
1897. Fanning, Wm. Joseph, Kelliug. 
1883. Faraker, John Joseph, St. John's, S.E. 
1868. Faraker, Wm. Cregeen, Peel. 
1876. Farbstein, Henry, Ifull. 
1907. Farbstein, John Henry, Hull. 
1906. Fardon, Albert Hy., tVimbledoti. 
1905. Fardon, Harold Jos., Redhill. 

1889. Fardon, .lohu Henry, Birkenhead. 
1900. Farebrother, Harold Wm., Hackney. 
1875. Farfan, Joseph Vincent. 

1850. Farish, Henry Greggs, Nova Scotia. 
1874. Farley, John Jay, Belleville, Canada. 
1873. Farmer, Cottenh am, TJpton-'park. 

1880. Farmer,ErnestWin.White,iewiVia/«. 
1388. Farmer, Fredk. Reginald, Harringay. 
1880. Farmer, Septimus, Spennymoor. 

1895. Farmer, Wm. Henry, Hampstead. 

1885. Farmer, Wm. Henry Francis, W.Aust. 

1905. Farncombe, Harry, Worthing. 

1851. Farncombe, Thos. Beard, I.M.S. 

1893. Farncombe, Thos. Stone, Ontario, Can. 

1890. Farncotnbe,Wm.Turberville,^w-m'///i. 

1896. Farndale, John Wm., Rhodesia. 

1906. Farnfield, John Stewart, Hastings. 

1896. Farnfield, Wm. Walter, Mere. 

1894. Farnum, Chas. M. Stone, Trinidad. 
1889. Farquharson, Geo. S., Southampton. 

1891. Farquharson, Wm. Geo. 1\., Jamaica. 

1897. Farr, Avihuv, Harls-court-road, S.W. 
18()6. Fair, Arthur .Tohn, Victoria. 

1885. Farr, Ernest, Ealing. 

]SS5. Farr, Ernest Augustus, Andover. 

1873. Farr, Fredk. Arth., EarV s-court-rd. 

1887. Farr, Jos. Jas. Wm., Warwick-gdtis. 

1896. Farrant, Charles, Taunton. 

189;]. Farrant, INIark, Eceter. 

1905. Farrant, Percy, Taunton. 

1906. Farrant, Rupert, W estniinster-hosp). 
1889. Farrar, John Frederick, Putney. 
1887. Farrar, Vy^e,'^. Anstruther, Chiswick. 

1878. Farrer, George Albert, Brighouse. 
1679. Farrer, Robt. Thompson, h'righouse. 

1865. Farrington, Anthony (Jhas., Bungay. 
1880. Farrington, John, Fiji. 


188G. Farrow, Frederick, Manchester. 
1883. Fasken, Edwd,Rbt.]3rummond,i2 N. 
1889. Fasnacht, Reymond Edwd., Bedford. 
1854. Faught, John George, A.M.S. 
1858. Faulder, JohnJeftery,Vet^cas^/e--o«;-7'. 
1902. Faulkner, Erasmus Oakes, Stanford. 
1878. Faulkner, John Thomas^ Manchester. 

1902. Faulks, Edgar, Be.vley. 
1858. Faull, John Vivian. 

1882. Faunce, Charles Edmund, B.A.M.C. 

1880. Favell, Richard, Sheffield. 

1906. Fayell, Richard Vernon, Sheffield. 

1903. Fawcett, Hugh Hbt. Jas., R.A.M.C. 

1907. Fawkes, ^Marmaduke, Chelmsford. 

1902. Fawley, Tom Bower, Brough. 
1867. Fawsitt, Thomas, Oldharn. 

1899. Fawssett, Basil, Birmingham. 

1903. Fawssett, Francis. Wm., Edmonton. 

1887. Fawssett, Frank, Lewes. 

1858. Fawssett, Frederick. Louth. 
1905. Fawssett, Wilfrid, Greenhitlie. 
1857. Faxon, Samuel Walton. 

1896. Fayrer, Fdk. Durand Stirling, I.M.S. 

1889. Fazan, Chas. Herbert, Wadhwst. 

1890. Fearuhead, Thomas, Lytham. 

1892. Fearnley, Jonathan, Boio. 

1908. Fearnsides,EdwinGreaves, Wakefield. 

1891. Featherstone, Geo. Wva.^.,Aldershot. 
1885. Featherstone, Wm. B., Birmingham. 

1893. Feaver, Lewis, Truro. 

1898. Fegan, Jn. Herbt. Crangle, Welwyn. 

1897. Fegan, Richard Ardra, Blackheath. 

1885. Fegen, Charles Milton, Croydon. 
1901. Fehrsen, Alex. OloffM., Birmingham. 

1888. Fehrsen, Fredk. John, Ca;je Colony. 

1859. Felce, Stamford, Neivhury. 

1904. Feldman, Moses, Commercial-rd., E. 

1886. Felix, Edward, Elgin-avenue. 

1904. Felix, Jean Jos. T. }\., M iddlese.v-hosp. 
1893. Felkin, Henry George, Rinqicood. 

1898. Fell. MatthewHy.Gregson,'i2..4.7>f.e. 

1900. Fell', Robert, York. 

1876. Fell, Thos. Kennedy, Barrotv-in-Fur. 

1881. Fell, Walter, Wellington, N.Z. 
1900. Felton, Edgar Hall, Grimsby. 
1904. Felton, Richard, Patrington. 
1867. Fendick, Robert George, Clifton. 
1876. Fendick, Rowny Wm., CVj/jc Co/. 

1871. Fendick, Tlios. Rowing, Fore-street. 
1873. Fenn, Charles Draper, Diss. 

1898. Fenn, Charles Edward, Streatham. 
18(51. Fenn, Edwin, Ardlei(/h. 

1872. Fenn, Ernest H., CLE., R.A.M.C. 
1897. Fenn, Jos, Hiorns, Southport. 
1900, Fennell, Chas, Henry, lidlingly. 
1865. Fennell, Theodore, Kvutsford. 
18S2. Feuner,Robt, ]>ifith.,Neu:Corendish-st. 




1.^0:?. Fenning-s, Arthur Alien, Favncomlto. 
188(J. Feiioulliot, .James Peter, Cape Col. 
1808. Fenteiii, Philip Sheldon, Bakewell. 
1880. Fenton, Charles Francis, liarhi)i(/. 
1880. Fonton, Ilerbt. A. II., CiDnherlaiiil-st. 
1899. Fenton, Thoa. Gerald. J'Mski',Co.Sli(/(). 
1880. Fentou, Wni. Hugh, Geor(/e-street,\\ . 
1877. Fenwick, Jiedford, U}^\>er Wimpole-st. 

1903. Fenwick, (Teo. lamest Oswald, Epsom. 
1894. Fenwick, Percival Clennell. Xfiv. Z. 
189G. Fenwick, Sanil. Chas. C, Jied/n/l. 

1888. P^enwick, Wni. Soltau, Jlarlci/street. 
1 90(3. Fenwick, Wm.Stephen, Charing Cross. 

1889. Fere, Gregory Arthur, Toronto. 
189.'>. Ferguson, Arnold Sanil., Harley-st. 
18oo. Ferguson, Frederick. 

1905. Ferguson, (leo. Edward, R.A.M.C. 

1884. Ferguson, James Haig, Edinhurc/h. 

1890. Ferguson, James Henry, Keujhley. 
1870. Ferguson, John, Mancliester. 

1904. Ferguson, John, Streatham. 

1904. Ferguson, Lionel Cecil, T/sA;. 

1890. Ferguson, Robt. Bruce, NewSouthffate. 
1897. Ferguson, Wm. Alexander, Salford. 
1897. Fergusson, James Herbert, R.y. 

1905. Fergusson, Jn., Newberv F., Mcdvern. 
IS&2. Fernandes, Albert Luis, A. M.S. 
1908. Fernandes, Caetano Jose, lliyhgate. 
190(5. Fernie, Charles Henry, Stone, Staffs. 
18()0. Fernie, Edward, Stone, Stafford shire. 
1893. Fernie, Francis Edward, Stone, Staff's. 

1890. Fernie, John Firth, Stone, Staffs. 
1854. Fernie, Wm. Thomas, Richmond. 
1888. Ferraby, Geo. Arthur, Xottinyham. 
1874. Ferrier, John Christian, Noncood. 
1904. Ferriere, Jos. Anthony, Hampstead. 
1872. Ferris,John EdwardCharnock,/.3/.>S'. 
180:1 Ferris, John Spencer, Uxhridge. 

1899. Ferris, William, Upp. Tootimj. 

1885. Fetherstonhaugh, Rbt. T., Victoria. 

1900. Fiaschi, Piero, Xew York. 

1807. Fiddiau, Alexander PauU, Cardiff. 
190.-1 Fiddian, Arthur Edwin, Cardiff. 
1900. Fiddian, Benj. Gregory, Cardiff. 

1893. Fido, Herbert Adamson, Brixton. 
1884. Field, Adolphus Theodore, Hastings. 

1808. Field, Albert Frederick, Falmouth. 
1888. Field, PMij-ar Alfred, Darwen. 

1891. Field, Frederick Arthur, Duhmch. 

1894. Field, Geo. Hammond, Bournemouth. 
1807. Field, Geo. Purdey, Harley-streei, W. 

1880. Field, James William. 
1887. Field, Oliver, Clapham. 
1900. Field, Stephen, Coventry. 

1908, Field, Wm. Vincent, Spital-square. 
1801. Fielden, Samuel, Shildon. 

1881. Fielden, Wm. Y.c^eit, Burgess Hill. 



























































Fielder, Fredk. John, Brixton. 
Fiehliijg, ('harle.y H., St.Barth' s-hosp. 
Fielding, I'ldward, Rochdale. 
iMelding, James, Norwich. 
Finch, Alex. Menvy, Shepton Mallet. 
Finch, lOrnest James, R.N. 
Finch, (Jeorge, Hills-place. 
Finch, Herbert J onathau, Sudbury. 
Pinch, Ju. lOdwd. Montague, /y/vVv.s/rr. 
P'inch, Richard I'aniHir, JVimhledon. 
Finch, Wra. Stanley, Pontefracf. 
P'incham, Wm. Sydney, Brentford. 
P'inden, Woodforde, /.J/.6'. Romford. 
P'ijidlay, Harry, Rangoon. 
Finegan, James, Licerpool. 
F'iner, William, 

Pluigan,Danl. CjEsar O^Conn., Ealing. 
link, Geo. Herbert, I. M.S. 
Finlay, Douglas Edward, Gloucester. 
Finlayson, Walter Taylor, 2. M.S. 
Fiuley, Frederick (iault, Montreal. 
Finley, Harry, Malvern. 
Finn, Allan Rigden, Facersham. 
Finnie, John P^llison, L'irkdale. 
Finucane, Morgan l^^nathiA.Ashley-pL 
Pinzel, Harry, Xew Maiden. 
Pluzi, Neville Saml., Sutherhmd-av. 
Firth, Arth. Chas. Douglas, Batterseu. 
Firth, Edwin Gore, Shipley. 
Firth, Henrv Edward, Doncaster. 
Firth, Wm. 'Mitchell. 
Fischer, Charles. 
Fisli, Cecil Edgar, Ruthin. 
Fish, William Ambrose, Toronto. 
Fisher, Arthur Roland, Skelton. 
Fisher, Frederic Bazley, Dorchester: 
Fisher, Frederick. 
Fisher, Frederick Alfred. 
Fisher, Fredk. Pearson, Brierley-hill. 
Fisher, George, Guildford. 
Fisher, Henry. 

Fisher, Wewvy l\o\A\'\c\\,Sittinghourne. 
Fisher, Henry Richmond, Szcaffhnm. 
Fisher, Herbt. W., J)ou-nham M'kt. 
Fisher, John Cecil, Lytham. 
Fisher, Reginald Willis, Wesfbury. 
Fish er,Richd. Den ington,.S7.Zeo//</;Y7s. 
Fisher, Theodore, Sidcup. 
Usher, Thon]as, (rarstang. 
Fisher, Thos. P]. Hervarre, Hornsey. 
Plsher, Walter, Central Africa. 
Fisher, Walter Harington, Grimsby. 
lusher, Walter Mulrea, Glyncorrwg. 
Fisher, William PVaton, Taunton. 
Plsk, pAiward, Ra))isgate. 
Fisk, Geo. Henry Rradwell. 
Plson, Edmund Towers, Sali.^hury. 

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188(5. Fitch, Chas. Dennis, Xidderminster. 
1844. Fitch, Frederick, Kidderminster. 
1881. Fitch, Richd. Aubrey, Royal Navrj. 

1884. Fitton, Herbert, Deivsbury. 

1870, Fitzgerald, Conrad, Neicfoundland. 
1889. Fitz-Gerald, Ed. \)Q?>mo\\6.,Folkesf(me. 
1887. Fitzgerald, Gerald C, Canterbury. 
188G. Fitzgerald, Gerald Eustace, Cape Col. 

1876. Fitzgerald, Jas. Gubbins, Norhury. 
1850. Fitz-Gibbon, Richard Edward. 
^S^Qf. FitzIIenrv, Geo. Wm., E. Duhvich-rd. 

1903. Fitzllenry, Rowley S. W., Llanelly. 
1896. Flavelle, John Vinson, J.AthceneumCL 

1905. Fleetwood, Wm. Hardv, Aintree. 

1894. Flegg, Fredk. Arth.M^rtin, Woodford. 

1906. Fleming,. Alexand'-r, Ealiny. 
1869. Fleming, David Gibb, Canada. 
1898. Fleming, Jas. Kenneth Sprot, I.M.S. 

1895. Fleming, Wilt. Louis Remi, Plrbriyhf 
1852. Flemmer, Christian August. 

1894. Flemming, Arth, Lauucelot, Bristol. 

1885. Flemming,Chas.E.S.,Z)'ra(//byc?-o«-^. 

1886. Fletcher, Arthur Aug., Victoria. 

1906, Fletcher, Cavendish, Camberwell. 

1877. Fletcher, Chaa. Wm. Carrie, Derby. 
1893. Fletcher, Frederick James, Corby. 
]872. Fletcher, George, Hiyhgate., N. 
1881. Fletcher, Qeo. k.C, Charter house, ¥..0. 
1886. Fletcher, Geo. Rory Ju., Northjleet. 

1883. Fletcher, John, Fulham. 

1893, Fletcher, John Howard, Wiyan. 
1893, Fletcher, Leslie, Hoxne, Suffolk. 

1904. Fletcher, Nigel Corbet, Camden-rd. 
1868. Fletcher, Richard, Manchester. 
1844. Fletcher, Robert. WashinyUm, U.S.A. 

1895. Fletcher, Roland Hry., Cricklewood. 
1886. Fletcher, Thos. Johnson, Derby. 
18()2. Fletcher, Wm.Bainbrigge,i?f>V.^Yrt2>?/. 

1884. Fletcher;Wilf.Wm.Ernest, Whitehall. 
1892. Fleurv, Charles Marlav, R.A.M.<J. 

1900. Flewitt, Chas. York, Sutton Coldfield. 
1881. Fligg, William, Weston-super-Mare. 

1877. Flint, Arthur, Westyate-on-Sea. 

1905. FHnt, J'^thelbert Rest, Scalby. 

1907. Flint, Harold Edwards, Norwood. 
1895. Flint, Thomas Buxton, Buxton. 
1904. Flint, William Henry, Whitstable. 
1904. Flintoff, Charles Ashley, Alniuick. 

1878. Flood, Francis Rulteney, Cefn. 
1898. Flood, Frederick Gray, Sherborne. 

1901. Flook, Hubert Sydney, Natal. 
189(5. Floiy, Ovril Hobson, Omrton-on-Dee. 
1895. Flower, Arth. Fdk. Ashbrook, Derby. 
18(55. Flower, Fredk. Isaac, Warminster. 
1878, Flower, Geo. Jn. William, Yeovil. 
1907. Flower, Norman, Yeovil. 

1892. Floyd, Stephen George, Grays. 

1872. Floyer, Blaise Bernard, N.S.W. 
1849. Floyer, Chas. Anthony, Eyham. 

1883. Floyer, Fdk, Anthony'^^ Waterloo-pt. 
18S8. Flux, Geo. Belben, Old BurlinyUm-st, 

1907. Foerster, Arthur Edwin, St. Geo. Hasp, 
1897. Fogart}^, Daniel, Harrinyay. 

1849. Fogo, Alex, Scott, Army. 

1884. Foley, Chas. Nicholas, Bingwood. 
1860, Foley, James Joseph. 

1889. Folker, Herbert HeuiT, Shelton. 

1896. Folliott, Edwin, R.N. 

1908. Follit, Harold Harry V>^\\s , Bedford. 
1899, Fookes, Ernest Faber, N. Zealand, 

1894. Fook&, Edwd,VerdoD Russell, S.AuM. 
1879. Fooks, George Ernest, I.M.S. 

1885. Fook«, Henry, I.M.S. 

1891. Vookiij\\A\t.Venihevtoi\Jiirntinyhani. 

1884. Foot. Ernest George, Fulborouyh, 
1907. Foote, Edmund Geo., Finchley. 

1897. Foote, Vivian Percival, Strcatham. 
1904. Footner, Bertram Mau^han, For lock. 
1858. Footner, Edward, A.M.S. 

1852. Foq^uett, Henry Richd,, Ilfracondje. 
188(>. Forbes, Norman Hay, Church Strettmt. 
1876. Ford, Arthur Vemon, Southsea. 
1891. F.)rd, Frank Chubb, Wimbledon. 

1906. Ford^ (jreorge, Shakespeare^ Canada. 
1883. Ford, Geo. Wm. Worcester y C. Col. 
1852. Ford, James. 

1874, Ford, Montague. 

1879, Ford, Richard Wm., R.A.M.C. 

1887. Ford, Theodore Albt. V ores, Hertford. 

1907. Forde, Cecil Ledward, Birkenhead. 
1891. Forde, Thos. Arth, Munro, Southsea. 

1885. Forden, George, Berkeley. 
18(58. Forder, Joshua L. William. 

1872. Fordham, JohnWilliam, Mile-end-rd. 
1897. Fordham, John Wm., Mile-end-ri. 
1904. Fordham, William John, Sheffield. 
1906. F'oreman, John Eugene, Manch.-d. 
1874. Foreman^ Joseph, Sydney, N.S. W. 
1897. Forge, George Baynton, Roehford. 
1863. Forman, Elizha Baxter, Kensinytun. 
1904. Forrest, Frank^ Blackpool. 
18^<3. Forrest, James Rocheid, R.A.M.C. 
1876. Forrest,! n.Geo.S., Buri/-St.-Edmunds. 
1901. Forrest, Wm. Dutf". Halifax, N.S. 
1906, Forrester, Arch. T. Wm., Beckenham. 

1895. Forrester, William, Funjab. 

1894. Forsayeth, Jn. \\\c\\A.M.,FenceHouses. 
1879. Forsbrook, Wm. Hy. Russell, Eaton-sq. 
1901. Forsdike, fsidaiay ,' Cardiff . 
1901. Forshaw, Wm. Herbt., \Mile-end-rd. 

1850. Forster, Arthur. 

1904. Forster, Arthur Frost, Singapore. 
18(54. Forster, ICdward Wood, Torquay. 
1899. Forster, Fredk. Cecil, Southhourne. 




1888. Forster, John Erwood, Brock/ct/. 
18S4. l^or6ter,'rhos.Fdk. ,I)n/t(>n-in-F//rnPss. 
1902. Forsvth, Clias. Wesley, Ot. Bedwpi. 
11)00. Forsyth, J)avid, St. Thomas -st. 
190-}. Forsyth, Leunard Win., (icorije-st. 
1902. Fort, Charles Levi and, Willesden. 
180(). Fort,IIy.R. Trecothick, Charley W'jod. 
1877. Fort, Thomas, Oldham. 

1S()8. Forte, James Henry, Panw!/, X. Z. 
1874. Forty, Danl. llht./ jrotton-n.-Edf/e. 
]809. Forward, Ernest Lionel, Nottiii'jham. 
1894. Fosbery, Francis (Jlittord, Batli. 
1872. Fosbroke, Georo-e Ilaynes, Worcester. 
1S98. Foss, Edwin Vincent, Bristol. 
1"^8."3. Foster, Albert Erne-t, Bradford. 

1889. Foster, Alfred, Neio Zealand. 
ISsC-S. Foster, Antliouv Clarence, Leeds. 
1900. Foster, Artlinr Herbert, Hitehin. 
1908. Foster, Arthur Leslie, Wimhledon. 

1902. Foster, J-Mward Cecil. Oxford. 
1885. Foster, Francis W., TJiorpe-le-Soken, 
1870. Foster, llenrv, York. 

1900. Foster, Henry Bertram, I. M.S. 

1890. Foster, John Joseph, CheltenJiavi. 
1906, Foster, .John Rowland, Portsdown-^'d. 
1892. Fo.ster, -Michael Bernard, Piiekeridge. 
1888. Foster, Michael George, Wimpole-st. 
1867. Foster, Oswald Henry, Hitehin. 
1899. Foster, Percy, Assam. 

1861. Foster, Philip, Leeds. 

1901. Foster, RayniondLeslie Y., ij?.^. J/.C. 
187-3. Foster, llcginald Henry, Knoicle. 
18o2. Foster, Thomas. 

1801. Foster, Thomas, Vietoria. 

1879. Foster, William, Shipley, Yorks. 
1872. Foster, Wm. James, Birminyham. 
1882. Fotherbv, Henrv Arthur, Ileadeorn. 
1906. Fothergill, Claud F., Tunh\lye Wells. 
1864. Fothergill, Thomas Prince, Bedule. 

1899. Foulds, Francis Henrv, Droit wieh. 

1900. Foulds, Matthias Fredk., B.A.M.C. 
1897. Foulerton, Harry Percival, HoUoway. 

1903. Foulkes, Peter (lifford, Triny. 
1^K)2. Foulkes, Samuel Xewall, Conicay. 

1885. Fountain, Ed. wd.Osborne, Turnham-yr. 
1851. Fountain, John, Zubridye. 

1867. Fountaine, David Owen, J/?/5?a'//-/<///. 
1866. Fowke, Fredk. William, Byp'eld. 
1884. Fowler, Alfred Henderson, Tilhi/ry. 
1890. Fowler, Chappell Hodgson, Briyiiton. 

1880. Fowler, Charles Henry, Portsmouth. 
1882. Fowler, Chas. Owen, Thorntou-lieath. 

1901. Fowler, Edwin Samnel Geo., Leeds. 
1890. Fowler, Frank, Bournemouth. 
1874. Fowler, Jas. Kingston, Clarye.s-st. 
1892. Fowler, James Stewart. Edinburyh. 

1886. Fowler, ,fn. Bucknill, Japan. 


1^50. Fowler, Rev. .Jos. Tho.s., Durham. 
18(U. Fowler,()liver Humphr.iV, CireneeMcr. 
1885. Fowler, Thomas \V(.'bb, C x'mtry. 
19 )4. Fowler, Trevor Hayman. Kypinj. 
1907. Fowler, Wm.E. Lindsev, Weston-s.-M. 

1891. Fox, Arthur Claude, B.A.M.C. 

1901. Fox, Campbell Tilburv, Ashford. 

1873. Fox, Charl(>s Allen, Cardiff. 
1859. Fox, Charles Henry, Edin'mryh. 
18()3. F'ox, Cornelius Vmn]., Ilfracomb-. 

1897. Fox, Ivlwd. Hamilton 13., Woolsfon. 

1885. F'ox, I'Jdward Lawrence, Plymouth. 
1863. Fox, Francis, Arundel-yanlens, W. 
1887. Fox, Fdk. Geo. Townsend,0. Uiu.Col. 

1881. F^ox, George, Suva, Fiji. 

1887. Fox, George Martin, Wal<aU. 
1905. Fox, Henry Fid ward, Accrinyf.on. 

1898. Fox, Herevvard Evelyn C, Weymouth. 

1888. Fox, Hugh Chiyton, Dcronshire-st. 
1900. Fox, Hugh Watson, Bet tics-y- Coed. 
1888. F'ox, James Stanislaus, St. Helens. 
1868. Fox, James Thornilev. 

1854. Fox, John. 

1903. Fox, John William, Rothe.rhnvi. 

1878. F'ox, Joseph Tregelles, Leeds. 

1874. F^ox, Richd. Hingston, M'eymoidh-st. 

1882. F'ox, Robt. F'ortescue, Weynujuth-st. 
1887. Fox, Stephen Chas. Gundrv, Perak. 
1876. Fox, Thos. Colcott, Ilarley-sf., W. 

1902. F'ox, Wilfrid Stephen, Urosvenor-st. 
1866. Foxon, Chas. Foxon Cozens. 

1887. F^oxton, Edward, Ottawa. 

1881. F'oxwell, Wm. Arthur, Birminyham. 

1879. In-akes, Henry Sowter, Didsbury. 
1884. Frames, Alfred Cromwell, Cajx' Col. 

1883. Frampton, Fredk. Thos, Paiy//ton. 

1880. F'rampton, Tom Henry T., Briyh'on, 
1893. France, Charles F'rederic, Wiyan. 

1884. France, Edward, Sheffield. 

1886. F^ ranee, .Tames ^[ead, Royal Nary. 

1903. France, Wm. Henry, Tierradel En^yo. 

1899. Francis, Arthur l']dward, Hiyhyate. 

1892. Francis, Ernest Edward, Benqal. 
1886. Francis, Harry Arthur, Canada. 
1891. Francis, Harvey, Arnold. 

1890. Francis, Henry Alex. ,//.p/i7\e7a-s''.,W. 
1902. Francis, Jas. Bernard C.. Croydo)i. 

1891. Francis, John, Plymouth. 
1886. Francis, John Arth., Tufnell-pk. 

1900. Francis, John Edmund, Xortham. 
1880. F'rancis, Lloyd, Stourbridye. 
1891. Francis, Louis Arthur, U.cbridye. 

1888. Francis, Thos. Wm., QueenslanU. 
1879. Francis, William, Stratford. 
1884. Francis, AVm. Henry, Chili. 

1900. Francis, Wm. Vare Chalmers, Loufh^ 
1896. Francisco, Sylvestre A., Madeira. 
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rraiici9-"V\'illiams, C. H., Aylesbury. 
Franey, Edward, JBanhury. 
Frank, Philip, Elvast(m-2)lace, S.W. 
Frankisli, Harold, Bo^oes-park, N. 
Frankish, John David, New Zealand, 
Frankish, Wm. John, Sloane-st. 
Franklin, Sir Benj., K.C.I.E., LM.S. 
Franklin, George Denne, I. M.S. 
Franklin, Lawrence, Soutlacick. 
Franklin, Philip Julius, llampdead. 
Franklin, Reginald, Surbiton. 
Frankling, Herbt. Geo., llarroyate. 
Franklyn, Louis Hugh, TrafaUjar-sq. 
Fraser, Alex. Edw.Gordon,isV/cSf />(r?/;7/e 
Fraser, Charles Fredk., Crickleicoud. 
Fraser, David Harley, Pendleton. 
Fraser, Donald Blair, Ontario. 
Fraser, Ernest Albert, Delamere-cresc. 
Fraser, Herbert, Slouyh. 
Fraser, Herbert St. John, I. M.S. 
Fraser, James Alexander, Bomfcrd. 
Fraser, James William, JIiiU. 
Fraser, Jn. Hy. Vearson, SoHtIta7))pt('n. 
Fraser, John James, Soi(t/uivipt<m. 
Fraser, John Martin, Canada. 
Fraser, Paul Wilkes, Jlctoria. 
Fraser, Ilobt, Nelson, Ontario, Can. 
Frazer, Ernest Edward, Jersey. 
Frazer, Ewan Bichards, M.S. W. 
Frazer, James Hogg, Edinburgh. 
Frazer, Wm. Dyer, Transvaal. 
Frean, Henry George, Bournemouth. 
Frean, Bichard. 

Frederick, Edwd, Gurdon, Silvertoivn. 
I'rederick, Ernest Victor, Maida-vale. 
Freear, Alexander, Chatham. 
Freeborn, John Chas, Richd., Oxford. 
Freeland, ArtlRir B, S,, Ashbourne. 
Freeland, Douglas Law, Bochester. 
Freeland, i^.Qg. S., Broche)thvrst. 
Freeman, Alfred, Birminyhani. 
Freeman, Chas. Delamark, Earls^eld. 
Freeman, Delamark, Dorset-s(p(are. 
Freeman, Ernest Carri<;k, B.A,M.C. 
Freeman, George Davenport. 
Freeman, John, Bristol. 
Freeman, Bichd. Austin, Grumsend. 
Freeman, Bichard Thomas. 
Freeman, Wm. Henry, Hove. 
Freer, Alfred, Stourbridije. 
Freer, Edward Luke, Transvaal. 
Freer, Gerald Dudley, Sinyapore. 
Freer, Horace Wilberforce, Stourh'dye. 
Freer, .John Henry, Buyeley. 
Freer, Wm. Leacroft, Blackheath. 
Fremlin, Heaver Stuart, Chelsea. 

1874. French, Alex. Martin, Royal Navy. 

1898. French, Gilbert Edwin, Chistoick. 

1892. French, Herbt. Gumming, B.A.M.C. 
1868. French, Jacob. 

1897. French, Alex. W., Wakefield. 
1891. French, Bobert Houle, Finchley. 

1894. Frend, Eustace Clifford, Deal. 
1903. Freshwater, John D.H., St. Geo.-hosp. 

1907. Frew, William Douglas, Kilmarnoek. 
l.'^93. Freyberger, Ludwig, Regent^ s-pk.-rd. 

1875. Friend, Fredk. Worrell, /. of Man. 
1905. Friend, Gerald Edward, Chelsea. 
1877. Friend, Herbt.Edwd., Westbourne-pk. 
1903, Frizzell, William Thomas, Canada. 

1877. Frobisher, William Martin, Leeds. 
1885. Frohwein, Otto Fraser, Burton. 
1889. Frossard, Emilieu Edward, Taunton. 

1899. Frost, Cecil Scarlett, Ochil- hills, X.B. 

1887. Frost, Francis Turner, Derby. 
1882. Frost, George, Bournemouth. 

1888. Frost, John Kingdon, Hereford. 

1899. Frost, Joseph Beginald, New Cross. 
1870, Frost, Bichard Bussell, S. Austr. 
1863. Frost, Walter, Ealing. 

1896. Fry, Arthur Browutield, LM.S. 

1895. Fry, Augustine Cradock, Horsham. 
1863. Fry, John Blount, Horsham. 

1874. Fry, .John Farrant, St. Leonards-on-S. 

1855. Fry, John William, Maidstone. 

1896. Fry, Percy Victor, Sowerby Bridge. 
1858, Fry, Walter, LM.S. 

1900. Fry, Walter Burgess, B.A.M.C. 

1893. Fry, Walter Ernest, Hammersmith. 

1894. Fry, William Herbert, Malay States. 
1888, Fryer, George Ernest, TJrmston. 

1881. Fryer, John, Deioesbury. 

1854, Fryer, Thos, Webb, Gramvound. 
1849. Fryer, Wm. Francis, co. Cavloio. 
1853. Fulcher, George Augustus. 

1888. Fullard, John, Victoria. 

1895. Fuller, Alfred Leonard, Bath. 

1882. Fuller, Andrew, Loc. Govt. Board. 
1884. Fuller, Arthur, Kimberley. 

1908. Fuller, Ashbury Jos. ^.,'St. Barfs.-h. 
1892. Fuller, Charles Arthur, Cawnpore. 

1889. Fuller, Courtenay James, Woolwich. 
1884. Fuller, (tco. Harry Hingston, O.Li.C. 

1856. Fuller, Harry. 

1891. Fuller, John Beginald, Tollington-pk. 

1878. Fuller, Leedham Henry, Streatham. 
1898. Fuller, liaurence Otway, Dartford. 
1905. Fuller, Balph Annesley, Long Ashton. 
185L Fuller, Thomas, Hove. 

1898. Fuller, Wm. Anderson, ?7p. Norwood. 

1892. Fullerton, Alex. Young, A^./S. W. 

1893. Fullerton, Francis William, Lhill. 




1897. Fulton, TTeurj, Sevevooh^. 

'iSlS. Fulton, James, ISt. Thuiiuis, Canaihi. 
1888. Furber, JOdward Price, Oxted. 
]8o4. Furlonge, Thos. (lallock. 
19J8. Furness, Harold Sidney, Presfn?i. 
1882. Furnival, Francis Ilrv., X-S'. W. 

1898. Furnivall, Charles UWum, li.A.M.C. 
18l)9. Furnivall, Henry Wallace, JErcter. 
1880. Furrer, I'^dward, Kamloopfi, B.C. 
1S98. Fiirtli, Karl Joseph, Jlct /•ley-street. 
1908. P'vife, Fric Lei<rli, -S'^. Thos.-hosp. 
1900. Fytle, Robert James, Sheffidd. 
1874. Fyson, Edmund, St. Leonards-oti-S. 
18()4. Fyson, Frnest Last, Newmarket. 
1905. Fyiiee, Ali Azhar II., Buinbay. 


1878. Gabb, Claude Baker, IIa4inf/s. 

1850. Gabb, Georg^e Stacpoole. 

1873. Gabb, James Edward, Clapton-pa >'7c. 
1877. Gabb, Jas. Percy Alwyne, Guildford. 
1845. Gabb, John, Bewdlei/. 

1891. Gabbett, Pulteney Charles, I.M.S. 

1879. (rabe, John, Mt'ckh'nhurqh-square. 
1906. Gabe, William, Maesteij. 

1895, Gabell, Doug;. Phillimore, Portland-pl. 
1852. Gabriel, Alfred Edmund. 

1880. Gabriel, Joshua Samuel, Ceylon. 
1885. Gabriel, Leonard Maurice, Park-pl. 
1884. Gabriel, Wm. Maurice, Ludgate-hill. 

1900. Gadgil, Shridhar Bheekajee, Dudley. 
1899. Gadsden, Arthur Horace, Xeivquay. 
1899. GatF, James, HaminersmilJi. 

1856. Gaffney, Charles. 

1851. Gag-en, Robert Thomas. 
1862. Gaine, Charles, Bath. 

1892. Gains, John Edwiu, Leeds. 
1875. Gairdner, John, JEastleiyh. 

1897. Gairdner. Jn. Francis Rbt., Trtinavaal. 
1902. Gaitslcell, Chas. Edward, SydenJiam. 

1869. Gaitskell, Edwd. Forbes, Sydenham. 
1872. Galabin, Alfd. Lewis, Wimpole-st. 
1861. Galbraith, Chas. John. 

1904. Galbraith, Colin Jas., Kenninyton. 
1889. Gale, Arthur, Kinyston-on-Thames. 

1881. Gale, Arth. Knight, Sheffield. 
1856. Gale, Cuthbert Roger. 

1893. Galizia, Joseph Sylvester, Valletta. 
1908. Gall, Herbert, Gloucester-road. 
1877. Galloway, Arthur Wm., Eppiny. 
1908, Galloway, Hugh, Belsize-park. 
1904. Galloway, John \)oh\e, Jlanor-park. 

1898. Galloway, Wm. Heartield, Leeds. 

1870. Galpin, Richard, Kelvedon. 

1901. Galsworthy, Laurence, Bnmsivick-pl. 


1898. Gait, William James, Minories. 

1894. (laman, Francis Robt. Snug"g"s, Calstor. 
18()2. (lanil)ier, Thos,, St. Leonards-on-Sca.. 
1870. (iamble, Charles Edward, EUand. 
1848. (Jamble, Chas. Haulen, Barnstaple. 
1851. (iamble, Edward Parkes, 

1906. Gamlen, Robt. Long-, Eax,t Emlctt. 
1883. Gandevia, Nayroji liamanji, Victoria. 
1906. Gandhi, Nadir II. S., Sonderhury-rd. 
1897. Gaudier, Augustine, (iuchcc. 
1908. Gandy, Eric Worsley, Noriwod. 

1899. Gandy, Thomas Hall, Manchester. 

1890. Gane, Edwd. Palmer Steward, Fife. 

1891. (jange, Fdk. Whitchurch, E'acershani. 

1890. Gaun, Thos. Wm. Francis, Ilayliny. 

1895. Ganner, Joseph, Anocks (rreen. 
1905. Gans, Friedrich, W. Kenninyton. 
1876. Garbutt, John Gilliott, Blackfriars. 
1874. Gard, Wm. .John, Devonport. 

1891. Gardener, Wm. Fredk., Sydenham. 
1878. Gardiner, Bruce Hubert Jn., DwwicJi. 

1896. Gardiner, Geoffrey Edwd., New Zeal. 
1896. Gardiner, John, Plymouth. 

1896. Gardiner, Jos. Napier, D/tnmow. 

1876. Gardner, Arthur Jolin, Darlinyton. 
1904. Gardner, Eric, S. Woodford. 

1887. Gardner, Ernest Fredk., Ilfracomhe. 
1886. Gardner, Frank Gower, Waruick. 

1892. Garduer,Harold BeWamx ,Mans/ield-st. 

1902. Gardner, Harry, Sheffield. 

1885. Gardner,Hy.Willoughby, Sln-eicsbury. 

1899. Gardner, John, Mexhor<myh. 

1877. Gardner, John Twiuame, Chelsea. 
1881. Gardner, Percy Herbert, Torquay. 
1883. Gardner, Thos. Fredk., Boscondje. 

1897. Gardner, Thomas ll\\({so\i, Streatham. 
1855. Gardner, Thos. Turville, E.Grinstead. 

1895. Gardner, William, D'ome. 

1886. Gardner, "Wm. Thos., Bournemouth. 

1903. Gardner-Medwin, Frank M., Liverpool. 

1880. Garey, John, Glasyow. 

1874. Garland, Albert Isaac, New Zealand. 

1878. Garland, George Henry. 

1901. Garle, Robt. Hubert Wm., Parley. 
1874. Garlick, George, Gordon-sq.., W.C. 

1857. Garlick, William, Gordon-sq.,W .C. 

1896. Garman, Cornelius Beriuird, Bow-rd. 

1887. Garman, Edwin Cornelius, Hailsham. 
1892. Garman, John Bernard, (treat Burr. 

1900. Garman, Joseph Marcus, IJ oodford. 
1859. Garman, Wm. Chancellor, Stafford, 

1858. Garner, John, Birmiiiyliam. 
1896. Garner, Wm. Langham, Ampthill. 
1850. Garnham, George, Nottinyham. 
1865. (Tarnsey, Edwin Charles. 

1894. Garrad, Francis Wm., Harroyate. 

1881. Garrard, Chas. Roland 0.. Pendleton, 

5551 N 2 



1801. Garrard, CTeorg-e, >S'^. Leonards-on-^ta. 
1873. Garrard, Wm. Arthiirj Rotherhoni. 
1870. (4arratt, William. 

1894. Garrett, Charles Dudley, Deinxhvri/. 
1878. Garrett, Henry Edward, W. Africa. 

1872. Garrett, John, Faverslmm. 

1907. Garrett, Percy Charles, Slinfold. 
1890. Garrett, Philip Geil, Hincl-hj,. 

1904. Garrett, Raymond R., yiaicla-vale. 
1884. Garrod, Archibald Edwd., ClKuulos-st. 

1873. Garstano-, Edward Morton, BoUon. 

1878. Garstang-, Thos. Walt. II, Altrincliam. 
1903. Garton, Wilfrid, Bnijhy. 

1858. Gascoyen, George Edward. 

1902. Gask, Charles Herbert, Ujytem-par'k. 

1897. Gaskell, Leonard Sadgrove, Stfchford. 
1849, Gaskell, Riclid. Allanson, Hvyton. 
1881. Gaskin, Thos. Law, Bdrbadoes. 
1867. Gasteen, William Charles, A.M.S. 
1899. Gaster, Sidney, Punjab. 

1886. Gaston, Hariy Percival, Southsea. 

1902. Gater, Arthur William, R.A.M.C. 

1898. Gates, Edward Alfred, Florence. 
1876. Gatherg'ood, Benj. Win., Kitu/ s Li/nn. 

1899. Gatt, Joseph, R.A.M.C. 
1886. Gaudin, Francis Neel, Jersey. 

1883. Gaudin, George Charles, Jersey. 
1886. Gault, Arthur Henry, Adelaide. 
1873. Gaunt, Jolm Penn, AlceeJiurcJ). 

1908. Gauntlett, Eric Gerald, Putvey. 

1903. Gauntlett, Owen Binns, Chich''.ster. 

1884. Gaussen, David Peter, Dunnwrry. 
1906. Gauvain, Henry John, St. Bart^s. 
1876. Gay, Chas. Wm. Ebenezer, hulia. 
1884. Gay, John, Putney. 

1896. Gaver, Reg. Courtenay, liosary-ydns. 

1884. Gayford, Charles, Fleet-street. 

1905. Gayner, Francis, Sunderland. 

1900. Gayne:, John Stanstield, Sunderland. 

1879. Gay ton. Francis Carteret, Woking. 

1860. Gayton, William, Fineldey. 
1878. Gaze, Wm. Henry, W. Australia. 

1898. Geach, Robert Neville, Kensinqton. 
1886. Gedge, Arthur Johnson, Havant. 
1892. Gedge, Arthur Sydney, Peivsey. 

1861. Gedney, John. 

1899. Gee, Claude Alfred Heath, Foe re re eclu 
1886. Gee, Frederick William, I.3I.S. 
1863. Gee, Saml. Jones, Upper P rook-street. 

1885, Gell, Henry Willingham, PalaceCourf. 
1884. Gemmel, Archibald Burns, Liverpool. 

1895. Genge, Geo, Fredk. S., Boumemoutli. 
1894. Genge, George Gilbert, Croydon. 
1884. Gent, George Sidney, Bridal. 
1889. George, Alfd. Walter, Brondeshury. 
1857. -George, Ch.aB.YAk.,Kirton-m-Lindsey. 
185."). (jcorge, I'xlward. 


1861. George, Frederick, Weymouth. 
1887. George, Henry, Alberta, Canada. 
1904. George, Howard Trevelyan, Cardiff. 

1893. George, Isaac, Bishop)syate. 

1886. George, Win. Hotten, Weymouth-st. 

1886. Georges, Absolom. 

1902. Geraty, Ijaur. Untliank, Nottinyham. 

1874. Geraty, Thomas, Nottinyham. 

1854, Gerber, Philip. 

1892. German, Arthur William, PiverpooL 

1904. German, Hugh Bernard, Roy. Nary. 

1894. Geri-ard, Alfred Henry, Chiswick. 
1906. Gerrard, Robert Francis, Chester. 

1895. Gerrish, Daniel Smith, Bristol. 
1891. Gervis, Arthur Fredk., Hampstead. 
1897, Gervis, Chas. Berkeley, Seaford. 
1863. Gervis, Fredk. IL, Ham^Mead. 

1896. Gervis, Fredk. Harcourt, JIampstead. 

1858. Gervis, Henry, Bath. 
1889. Gervis, Henry, Briyhfon. 

1904, Gettings, Cuthbert Keay, Chasetofrn. 
189 ■^. Ghany, Mohomed Abdul, Hyderabad. 
1847. Gibb, Chas. Jolm, Ne/rea^ifle-oit-Tyne. 

1859. Gibb, Robert (Jumminu's, ^S'^. Leonards. 

1886. Gibbard, Thos. Wyke^, R.A.M.C. 

1887. Gi'bbens, Frank Edward, Barking. 
]8()5. Gibbes, John Murray, Sydr^cy. 
1895. Gibbes, Lewes Nicholas, Kensi.nyt< n. 

1899. Gibbins, Herbert Bowly, Ashstead. 
1904. Gibbins, Kenneth Mayoh, Hastinys. 

1888. Gibbon, Ernest Henry, S. Shields. 
1895, Gibbons, Arth. Philip, Denmark-bill. 

1897. Gibbons, Chas. Jas. F.T.,KentishToicn. 
1874. Gibbons, liobt. Alex., Cadoyan-jd. 
1879. Gibbs, Alfd. Napier God by, Bristol. 

1894. Gibbs, Francis Richd., Bourne End. 

1904. Gibbs, Herbert Jennings, Singapore. 
1873. Gibbs, Robert, Hastinys, 

1889. Gibbs, Sevmour Farrage, Hampstead. 

1905. Gibbs, Stanley Rider, Moscoio-rd. 

1895, Giblin, Wilfrid Wanostrocht, i/o/>«rf . 

1906. Gibson, Charles Walter, Temple. 

1862. Gibson, Daniel, //?///. 

1900. Gibson, Fredk. Goulburn, New Ze(d. 

1907. Gibson, Harold, Totnes. 

1873. Gibson, Ily. Chris. Mends, Bungay. 
1891. Gibson, Henry Wilkes, Hampstead. 

1907. Gibson, Howard Graeme, R.A.M.C. 
1882. Gibson, .lohn Hutchinson, Aldershot. 
1885. Gibson, John Lockhart, Brisbane. 
1905. Gibson, Lawrence Geo., Anerley. 
1889. Gibson, Louis Percival, Coioes. 
1862. Gibson, Robert Farmer. 

1904. Gibson, S\'dney Herbert, Temple. 
1902, (.Tibson, Thomas, Chard. 

1908. Gibson, Thomas Sidne}'^, Jjirerpool, 
1889. (vibsxju, ^^■altf'r, JoJutnucsbury. 




187G. Oibsoii, Willifim. 

liW3. Gibson, Wm. Edniiiud, Xor Zrnl. 

1J)07. (libson, Willinm Stonier, Cat ford. 

1887. Giddiiigs, George '\i\\o\\\2^^Be'jkvnham. 

1808. Gidding-s, .John Allan. 

1883. Giddings, Kobt. \\\'i(:\\\(i^lS^ottin<iham. 

1892. Gideon, (ieo. V. JMincliin, llatchuni. 

188(3. Gidley, Giistavuss, Cullompton. 

1906. GieseJi, Ernest ^^'ln., Fir/dim/, N.Y. 

1871. Giffard, Douglas AVni., Bn't/Zdon. 

1889. Gillard, (terald Godfrax , I.M.^. 

1877. Gilfkrd, llenrv Edward, Ei/ham. 
1908. GiHbrd, Alex.^ Harold, Bakxdt-rd. 
188(3. Gilford, (leorge Taylor, Durwcn. 

1900. (tilbart-Sniith, T. Bewlev, Nottiiufm. 

1892. Gilbert, Charles William, Pnrlcii. 
188(3. Gilbert, Clarence Edwin XAoydJ.M.S. 
1861. Gilbert, Edwd.CTillett, Timb'dye Wells. 

1876. Gilbert, Harry Langton. 

1881. Gilbert, liarrv Pearson, Readinr/. 
1897. Gilbert, Leonard, I. M.S. 

1878. Gilbert, Philip Erancis, Durham. 
1883. Gilbertson, .lames Henry, Jlitclnn. 

1897. Gilbertson, William, SonfhboKrne. 

1889. Gilchrist, Alexander William, Sice. 

1887. Gilchrist, Thomas Caspar, Baliimore. 
1908. Gilday, Wm. Carnochan, Canada. 
1904. Gilder, Dhaupbhai Kataniee, Edinh. 

1888. Giles, Arth. Edwd., XJp. 'Wimpole-st. 

1878. Giles, Bernard Earaday, liorn^ej/. 

1879. (liles, Frederick Williai\i, Folkestone. 
1894. Giles, Henrv (JTIalloran, aS. Australia. 

1868. Giles, .John, Caxton. 
18-56. Giles, Joseph. 

1881. Giles, Oswald, New Slcaford. 
1871. Giles, Peter Broome, lUetchlctj. 
1867. Giles, William Betts. 

1882. (jiles, Wm. Broome, Uhter-terr. 
1858. Giles, Wm. Foster, Hi/the, HanU 

1886. Gilkes, Ernest Osmond, Briffhton. 

1880. (Wilkes, Malin D'Oyley, LiidUnc. 
1904. (jilks, .John Langton, JVandsworth. 

1901. Gill, Cliftbrd Allchiu. I.M.S. 

1898. Gill, Francis Philip, Bndoi. 
1903. (.Till, G(;orge Brittan, Bdptr. 

1902. Gill, Geo. Frederick, St. Barth.'s-hosj). 

1890. Gill, Jas. MacDonald, Sydneji. 
1878. (.Till, .John AVallis, St. (rerma/ts. 
1888. Gill, Joseph William. Cardiff. 

1887. Gill,lvainsfordFoster,^/?i//7/(";/v7/'.s-;-(y. 

1893. Gill, Samuel Ernest, Xottint/Iidm. 
1871. Gill, Stanley Augustine, Forrnhj/. 
189-5. (tiU, Sutton Dadlev, M'csi Broniwich. 
1856. Gill, Thos. 13ullen.' 

1869. Gill, William. 

1877. Gillam, Thomas Henry, Bronij/ard. 
1877. Gillard, Clarence Richard, Wimbledon . 

1892. (nllbard, IMclinrd, Parlr,/. 

1K18. (iillespie, liol)t. W(!bster/r7. Ma'vern. 

1909. fiillespie, Thomas, Southampton. 

1891. (iillott, Geo. J<:dwanl, Brooke, 
l^i95. (lillett, llenrv Tregelles, Orford. 
190^^. (lilliatt, William, Fnlham. 
1877. ( Jillibraml, William, Bolton. 
1908. Gillies, Harold Belt', New Zealand. 

1855. (iillies, .Josiah Dashwood. 

1904. (lillies, John Winn Ford, Crot/don. 

1907. (lillies, llobert (Jrav, llarleif-drn't. 
1895. (iillies, Sinclair, Si/'dnei/, N.'s. W. 
1870. (4illinghani, Alfred, Cin.swirh. 
1858. (Tillingham, Caa^. Fdk., Calif nmia. 

1902. Gillitt, Wm., /.J/..SV 

1903. (-rilmour, lifirry Morgan. Jiridynnrth. 
1873. Gilmour, .John Henry. Andovfr. 

1888. Gilmour, Percy (Traham, Gorloiton. 
1895. Gilmour, lliclid. Withers, >V^ 
19i)5. Gilmour, Robt. Thos., Princcs-sq. 
1890. (iilpin, Robt, Harrison, Frcs/iam. 
1887. Gilpin, W^illiam John, Jiourm-. 
1877. Gimlette, Geo.llart D.,C.I.l':,/. J/.-V. 
1890. (jinilette,JohnUe8mond,.lf^//'"v States. 
187V). Giinlette,Thos. DesmoiKl, C.B., i2.A\ 
1887. Ginison, \\'ni. Douglas, Chclmsfurd. 
1878-. Gipps, Alex. Geo. iVmberton, B.X. 
18.58. Giraud, Charles Herve, Armi/. 

1908. Girdlestone,GatlKn-neRbt., Wimbled' n 

1892. Girdlestone, \\o\\?a-<lK., Bournemouth. 

1854. Girdwood, Gilbert Prout, Montreal. 

1889. Girling, Chas. John, Leed.s. 
188(3. (Trirlinir, John, Clarton-on-Sea. 
1886. Girviir, John, B.A.M.C. 

1906. Gittens,CarletonWyndhara, Univ.C<d\ 
1894. Gittins, Alfred Benjamin, Madelei/. 
1898. Gladstone, Arth. Edw.,X^'7r^o?? Ferrers. 

1906. Glaister, John Norm;in, Iliyhbury. 
1886. (41anville, Mark, Balham. 

1900. Glaso-ow. John Geory-e, Portsmouth. 
1898-. Glasier, Howard, MUdcnhall. 
1902. (jlassford,IanCanute(Tordon, Victoria 
1881. Glassington. Chas. Wm., Pelhan-cr. 
18(">5. Glasson, Chas. .James, Chet/ne-r/dns. 

1856. Gledden, Alfd. Maitland, Sj/dn'ei/. 

1907. (ileed, Seymour Richd., Flodden-road. 
1868. Glencross, Frederick John, (io.sfortli. 

1906. (-Jlenny, Elliott Thornton, Ilf<y}d. 
1872. (Tlenny, George Wallis, Barkiny. 
1885. Glinn, Cornelius Yxe^k.., Phpyj.uth. 
188'). (41inn, George Frederick, Camden-sq. 
18'54. Glissan, .James. 

1855. Glover, John, Burlton. 

1898. Glover, John Abel, Wed Mnllim/. 
1892. Glover, Lewis (jladstone, Beisize-pk. 
1898. Glynn, Ernest Edward, Liverpool. 

1907. Glvnn, Thomas Piawdon, Liverpool. 




1864. Glynn, Thomas Ilobinson, Liverpool. 
1900. Goadby, Kenneth W.jiS". Cavendish-st. 

1896. Goard, Thomas Arthur, Exeter. 

1900. Goble, Edwm Wallace, Wmc/i/«ore-7i. 
1904. Goble, Fredk. Geoiye, Roy. Navy. 

1890. Goddard, Bertram, FeiiUmville-road. 

1883. Goddard, Charles Ernest, Wejnhley. 
1898. Goddard, Eugene Gilbert, Cape Col. 

1895. Goddard, Gerald Hamilton, Z^.^.ilf.C. 
1882. Goddard, Walt. Horace, Norfolk-cr. 

1872. Godding, Chas. Cane, Royal Navy. 
1889. Godding, James, Poplar. 

1885. Godfrey, Albert Edward, Finchley. 
1875. Godfrey, Benj. Geo., iVashinyton. 

1891. Godfrey, Clarence George, Victoria. 

1884. Godfrey, Hry. John C, Bridlinyton. 

1885. Godfrey, Henry VVm., Frinton-ou-S. 
1854. Godfrey, Jos. Jn., Cleobiiry Mortimer. 
1875. Godfrey, Robt. P'rederick, Montreal. 
1887. Godfrey, Thos. Henry, Finchley. 
1850. Godricii, Henry. 

1904. Godson, Chas. Aubrey, Brook-street. 
1868. Godson, Clement, Rrook-st., Yi. 
1880. Godson, Edwin, Kenmore, N.S. W. 

1897. Godson, Francis Arth., W. Didsbury. 

1891. Godson, John Edward, Manchester. 
1893. Godson, Leonard Jos., Shrewsbury. 
1893. Godwin, Alfred Harold. Liscard. 

1896. Godwin, Fredk. Jas., Northampton. 

1897. Godwin, Herbert James, Winchester 
1897. GotFe, Ernest Geo. Leopold, Fulham. 

1901. Goftou, Edward, North Shields. 
1878. Gofton, Jos. Edwd., North Shields. 

1873. Goicoechea, Francisco. 

1887. Going, Joseph Andrew, N. Zealand. 
1903. Goldie, Ellis Gordon, Farncombe-st. 
ISOO. Goldie, George, Bradford. 
1868. Goldie, Robt. William, Morpeth. 
1S97. G oldie-Scot, Thomas, Glasyow. 
3 888. Goldney, Arth. Geo. N., Hackney. 

1893. Goldnev, Thos. William, Richmond. 

1894. Goldsniith, Arthur Fredk., Bedford. 

1892. Goldsmith, Geo. Harvey, Bedford. 
1861. Goldsmith, Geo. Pocock, Norwich. 
1872. Goldsmith, Sept. Jesse, I. M.S. 
1903. Goldstein, Herbert Myer, Guy\'i-kosp. 
1903. Goldstein, John Leopold, Wood-yrcen. 
1900. Gollan, Lachlan, Tasmanin. 

1877. GoUand, Alfred, Altrincham. 

1867. Gomes,AntonioSimplicio, UonyKonq. 

1902. Gomess, Alfd. Francis V>.,Drayton-yns. 
1900. Gomez, Francis Joseph, S. Petherton. 
1900. Gomez, Guillermo, Gre?{ville-st.,VC.C 
1C04. Gompertz, Riclid. Hy. C, Nottiny-h. 
1902. Gonin, Bertram Winter, Bedford-pk. 
1906. Gooch, Horace, Romford. 

1858. Gooch, James W^yard, Windsor. 



Good, Arnold Saxty, Chidmleiyh. 
Good, Edgar Hubert, Surbiton. 
Good, Hardman AUgood, New Z. 
Good, John, Tenbnry. 
Good, Thos. Saxty, Littlemore. 
Good, William Ernest, Dorchester. 
Goodbody, Cecil Maurice, I. M.S. 
Goodale, Henry, Ebnry-st. 
Goodall, Edwin, Carmarthen. 
Goodall, Henry, Madras. 
Goodchild, John Aithur, Italy. 
Goodchild, John Fleming, Toronto. 
Goodchild, Nath. Jn., Hiyhycde-rd. 
Gooddy, George. 
Goode, Charles Fox, Briyhton. 
Goode, George Ernest, Jlampton. 
Goode, Henry Norman, York. 
Goodfellow, Thos. A., W. Didsbury. 
Goodfellow, Wm. Richard, Roche. 
Goodhart, Jas. Frederic, Portland-pl. 
Goodhue, Fdk. Wm. J., Ashley-yd?is. 
Gooding, Angelo, Adelaide, Cape. 
Gooding, Chas. Ernest, Barbados. 
Gooding, Jn. Callender, Cheltenhain. 
Gooding, Matthew Richd., Bideford. 
Gooding, Ralph, Lee. 
Goodman, George. 
Goodman, Harold, Wakefield. 
Goodman, Henry Cyril, Cairo. 
Goodman, Roger Neville, Kinyston. 
Goodman, Thomas IJerbt., Haverhill. 
Goodridge, Walt. Lisle T., Windsor. 
Goodsir, Thos. Henry. 
Goodson, Wm, Henry, Leytonstone. 
Goodwin, Edwd. K)iox, Kinyston. 
Goodwin, Francis, Brooklyn, N. York. 
Goodwin, Fredk. Chas., Kinyston. 
Goodwin, Fredk. Wm., Nova Scotia. 
Goodwin,!'. n.J.C.J).S.O.,R.A.M.C. 
Goodwin, Wm. Richd. 1\,R.A.M.C. 
Goonetilleke, Fredk. Wm., Sinyapore. 
Goonewardene, Andrew S. S., Ceylon. 
Gordon, Arthur Henry, Victoria. 
Gordon, Bryce, Lee. 
Gordon, Charles, Pietermaritzbury. 
Gordon, Edward, Ryde. 
Gordon, Fi-edk. Wm., Auckland, N.Z. 
Gordon, Harry, Bembridye. 
Gordon, James Edward, Salisbury. 
Gordon, Kenneth ¥., Andover. 
Gordon, Loudon l^asley, Brailsford. 
Gordon, Thomas Elisha, Manchester. 
Gordon, William, Exeter. 
Gordon-Cireen, Henry Wm., R.N. 
Gore, Alfred .Joseph, Folkesto7ie. 
Gore, Henry Bushell, Boirdon. 
Goring, Chas. Biickman, Parkhiirst, 

MEM 15 Kits. 


1888. Goriijill, Joliii Pt'jr<>-e Joseph, HaJe. 
1852. Goriiall,Uicliard(Tregory,iVt;w^o/i-/i^A. 

1876. Gorst, Henry, Huyton. 

187G. Gosling-, Charles Edward, Moseley. 
1907. Goss, Edward Slade, Bath. 
1903. Goss, John, Gloucester. 

1877. Goss, Samuel, Southsca. 

1863. Goss, Tregenna Biddulph, Bath. 
1890. Gossage, Alfd. M., Ujip. Berkeley-it. 
1893. Gossuge, Wm. llerbt., Chertsey. 

1880. Gosse, Hope Wilkes, Eccleshall. 

1907. Gosse, Philip Ily. Geo., Hanover-terr. 
1886. Gosse, William, Sittinghoiirne. 
1865. Gosselin, William, Neio South Wales. 
1875. Gosset, George, Canterbury, N.Z. 
1900. Gostlinir,, Ernest V., Needham-yr/d. 
1884. Goatling, Joliu Harry, York. 

1890. Gostling, Percy E,., Bares St. Mary. 
1883. Gostling, Thomas Preston, Worcester. 

1883. Gostling, Wm. Ayton, Worthiny. 

1881. Gotch, Francis, Oxford. 

1905. Gotelee, Hugh Evelyn, AldersJiot. 
1888. Gott, Henry, Leeds. 
1897. Gough, Bernard B., Coinpton Martin. 
1905. Gough, Harold Oscar, Bristol. 

1886. Gough, Henry Edward, Northicieh. 

1884. Gough. John Ilnrley, Torquay. 

1885. Gould, El-nest Edward, Ilailsham. 
1902. Gould, Harold Utterton, Famham. 
1868. Gould, Henry, Maryate. 

1905. Gould, Horace J(dm, Hanover-st. 

1887. Gould, John Edwin, Bolton. 
1873. Gould, Thomas, Birminyham. 
1896. Cfoulden, Herht. Edwd.,'C/y6^if Hydon. 

1886. Goullet, Chas. Arthur, Finchley-rd. 
18S8. Goulston, Arthur, Exeter. 

1878. Gover, Henrv John, Saffron Wahlen. 

1900. Gover, John Maxwell, Gosforth. 
1892. Gover, Lawford Dinelev, Falmoidh. 

1908. Gow, Alex. Edward, Forest- hilL 
18S5. Gow, \^'illiam John, Weymouth-st. 

1887. Gowan, Bowie Campbell, Stamnore. 
1867. Gowers, Sir Wm. R., Queen Anne-st. 

1901. Gowland, Wm. Percy, Manchester. 
1892. Gowring, Benj. Wm'. N., Dorchester. 
1857. Grabham, Geo. Wallington, IVitham. 
1908. Grabham, Henry Leatham, Surbiton. 

1891. Grabham, Michael, Jamaica. 

1861. Grabham, Michael Comport, Madeira. 
1863. Grace, Alfre<l, Chippiny-Sodbury. 
1865. Grace, Edw\avd Mills, Thornbury. 

1892. Grace, Gerald, Transvaal. 

1900. Grace, Nathaniel, Tunbridye Wells. 

1879. Grace, William (iilbert, Sydenham. 
1884. Graham, Albert Wm., Tasmania. 
1907. Graham, Alex. Savill, JVoricood. 
1899. Graham, Allan Gordon, Wimbledon. 


1^<58. Graham, Baptist G., Irvinesfi,u:/i. 
1?S92. Graham, Chas. Hunter, A.S. W. 
18S9. Graham, Chas. Nicol, J'enye. S.i:. 
1878. Graham, ('harles Ilobcrt, Wiyan. 
1901. Graham, Edwd. Naggiar, Ealiny. 

1907. (irraham, George, Ladbroke-yardeus. 
1872. Graham, Geo. Wm., Bournemouth. 
1905. Graham. Harold Ernest, St. Barts. 

1898. Graham, Howard Wnu, Maryate. 
lS84. (iraham, Hugh Henry, Ontario. 

1899. Graham, Jn. Chas. Wm., C'ambridye. 
1891. (.Iraham, Jn. Hy. Porteus, Wallasey. 
1875. Graham, John Thomas, Perth. 
1905. Graham, Jos. Sutherland A., Toronto. 
1905. Graham, Samuel Lewis, Sanderstead. 
1896. Graham, Sydney Gagg, Waffhet. 
1855. Graham, Thomas, *S'. Australia. 
1896. Graham, Vyner, Doncaster. 

1899. Graham, Walter, Liverpool. 

1888. Graham, Walt. Ap S. J., R.A.M.C. 
1901. Graham, William Ezra, Canada. 
1886. Graham, Wm. Perceval Gore, ylr»?//. 

1908. Graham-Jones, John L., Sanderstead. 
1901. Graham-Smith, Geo. Stuart, Camb. 
1852. Gramshaw, Jos. John Hill. 

1905. Grandage, Wm. Prigys, St. Burt's. 
1878. Granger, l^dgai- Jiridden, WaUinyford. 

1874. Granger, Fanngton Marsden, Chester. 
1907. Granger, Henry, Wimbledon. 

1854. Grant, Alexander. 

1896. Grant, Alex. Smeaton, Brondeshnry. 

1897. Grant, Alfred Jas., W. Kensinyton. 

1851. Grant, Charles James 

1869. Grant, Frederick, Queen s-yate, S.W. 
1864. Grant,SirJas.Alex.,K.C.M.G.,0^^//a/. 

1900. Grant, John Prescott, Bath. 
1890. Grant, John Wm. Geary, Brecon. 
1904. Grant, ^Montagu Fredk.,'72.yl.J/.C. 

1852. Grant, Nathaniel James, Ind, Ami},. 
1858. Grant, Robt. Alex. Peter, Lnverness. 
1903. Grant, Wm. Prince, Rochdale. 

1898. Grant-.Tohnston, Joseph, Wilmslow. 
1895. Grant-Wilson, Chas. W., Bromley. 
1900. Grantham-Hill, Wilfd.St.G.,a//.s/(7r/j 

1897. Granville, Alexander, ^ef/forJ-/;/^-.,W, 

1898. G'rapel, Francis (laspar, Croydon. 

1875. Gra^ett, Fredk. Le Maitre, Toronto 
1863. Grattan, Edward Shawe, TJverpnoL 
1894. Grattan, Henry William, R.A.M.C. 
1890. Gratte, Charles Brooke, Newport. 
1883. Gravely, Frank, Leurs. 

1887. (4ravely, Harry, U'kfeld. 

1879. Gravely, .Tohn Gabbitas, Trinidad. 
li^74. Gravely, Wm. Homewood, Horsham. 

1888. Graves, Charles, Southsca. 

1857. Graves, Fdk. George, Chichcster-rd. 

1858. Graves, Hugh. 




I80I. Graves, Richard Croker, 

1904. Graves, Robert, K. G., Kensim/fon. 

1879. Graves, Thomas William, Kniyhton. 

1901. Grav,Arth. ChiYponIIorner,i2.^..]^.C. 
1808. Gray, Charles, ^4.3i.^'. 

1S70. Gray, Clement Fredk., Neivmarket. 

1902. Gray, Douglas, Bolton. 

1856. Gray, Edward Benjamin, Oxford. 

1898. Gray, Herbert Edward. Cumhridye. 
1882. Gray, John Alfred, E(ding. 

1805. Gray, John Henry, Upjnn- Tooting. 

1905. Gray, Leonard, Kiui/hion. 

1904. Gray,RonaldEvelynGordon,(?;w/.s/'f/. 

1884. Gray, Thos. Underwood, isssea'-yY/. 

1880. Gray, Walter, HohivoHhy. 

1902. Gray, Wm. Ilairiugtou, Whitehaven. 

1890. Gray, Wm. lienry, MmtsJieJd. 
1892. Graydou, Archibald, Aryniline. 
1880. Grayloot, Blemnan Buhot, I.M.S. 

1880. Grayling-, Arthur, iHrrtiHi-hill. 

1871. Grayson, Francis Dorreil, liayleiyh. 
1896. Grazebrook, Edwyn Robert, 'll.N. 
1877. Greasley, John, Canterbury. 

1879, (^reathead, Jn. Baldwin S., Cape C. 
18(53. GreatRex, Adolph B., Stvke-no-T. 
1855. Greatrex, James. 

1896. Great Rex, Jas. Burnell, Thimstead. 
1863. Greaves, Charles Augustus, Derby. 

1872. Greaves, EdAvard. 

1S92. Greaves, Edwd. YLdxvisow, Amersham. 
1872. Greaves, Frank, Junction-road^ N. 

1897. Greaves, Henry, Oldham. 

1891. Greaves, Henry, St. Maryarefs. 

1899. Greaves, Herbert Stanlev, Barbados. 
489.3. Grech, John, B.A.M.C." 

1885. Green, Albert, ChesterjieUl. 

1877. Green, Alfd. YrnxQ^., Johannesburg. 
1877. Green, Alfd. Withers, Wardrobe-pl 
1887. Green, Arthur, Gate.dwad. 
1904. Green, Arth. Aug. Russell, Aldridye. 
1902, Green, Arthur Llew. Baldwin, Ross. 

1891. Green, Arthur Robert, Ledbury. 
1869. Green, Charles Josephus, Preston. 
1887. Green, Conrad Theodore, Birkenhead. 
1901. Green, Edward, Ludlow. 

1881. Green, Edwin Collier, Derby. 

1882. Green, George Richard, liipon. 
1887. Green, Geo. Sydney, West on-s. -Mare. 

1906. Green, Gilbert Egerton, Prescot. 

1883. Green, Henry, Burnt-ash-lall, S.E. 

1886. Green, Henry Lee, Muscatine^ Ohio. 
1896. Green, Howard, Morpeth-st., N.E. 
1872. Green, James, Portsmouth. 

1890. Green, James Howard, Stockport. 
1847. Green, James Lardner^ Salisbury. 
I'^no. Green, John. 

1892. Cieeu, Jose])h. 


1891. Green, Percy Andrew, TransvaaL 
1902. GiXQen,V\\i\\\)kr\t\\o\\y'Sl.JAmdon-]iosp. 
1887. Green, Robert Walter, Leeds. 

1899. Green, Samuel Morris, Prescot. 

1892. Green, SebertF.St.Bavids,i?.^.3/.C. 

1901. Green, Sydney Balch, Filton. 

1864. Green, Thos. Henrv, Wiinpole-street. 
1867. Green, Wm. Edwd., Ross. 

1893. Green, Wm.Fredk.Liddon, JVeymouth. 
1906. Green-Armytage, Vivian B., Bristol. 
1896. Greene, Arnold James, IVu/an. 

1906. Gree^.c, Charles Wm., Bla'ckheath. 
1861. Greene, Fredk. Wm., Durban^ Natal. 

1902. Greene, George Watters, Lewes. 

1887. Greene, Hry. Bertr. B., Wandsicortli. 
1861. Greene, Jtts. Augustine, Serampore. 
1833. Greene, James Sherwin, Birminyham. 
1857. Greene, John, Birrninyham. 

1853. Greene, John Baker. 

1896. Greene, Wni. Adams, Cheshuyit. 

1865. Greenfield, Chas. Bailey. 

1872. Greenfield, Wm. Smith, Rdinbiirgh. 
1892. Greenhalgh, Arthur, Acer iny ton. 

1867. Greenhalgh, Thomas, Buxton. 
1883. Greenhill, Edward Fowler, Bristol. 
1905. Greening, George Fredk., Ryde. 
1865. Greening, Fredk. Jos., Ryde^ I. of W. 

1907. Greening, Wm. Robert, Brisbane. 

1873. Greensill, Edwd. Samuel, Stourport. 

1880. Greensill, James Heynes, Worcester. 

1874. Greenslade, George, Quebec. 

1878. Greenwa}', Alex. Steven- on, i^e/yer/e/r. 

1894. Greenway,CharlesMelville,P/?*//?5?'<^rtf/. 
1877. Greenwood, Arthur, Crouch End. 

1897. Greeuwood,Arth. Rowland,72.^.M.C. 

1895. Greenwood, Aug. Chas., Grantham. 
1B83. Greenwood, Cecil Danforth, New 7j. 

1875. Greenwood, Charles. 

1886. Greenwood, Edwin C, St. Jolins-icd. 

1896. Greenwood, Frank Redm., Edybaston. 
1847. Greenwood, Frederick, Iluddersjield. 

1868. Greenwood, Frederick. 

1881. Greenwood, George, Enfield. 

1897. Greenwood, Henry Harold, Leeds. 
1856. Greenwood, James, Islington. 
1873. Greenwood, John AVilliam, Jlanley. 
187(5. Greenwood, Major, Hackney-rd. 
1904. Greenwood, Major, Junr.7/r<c7.v/<:'^-;v/. 

1891. Greenwood, Richd. Fj.,Lansd'ncne-/d. 
1875. Greenwood, Thos. Porter, ktamford. 
1886. Greenwood, William, Ossett. 

1907. Gieer, Morrice, Wallasey. 

1873. Greet, Wm. Ambrose, Vernon-sq. 

1888. Greeves, Thomas Neville, Willesden. 

1892. Gregerson,W^m. Jei]s,Endsleig/i-gard. 
1894. C.Tregor, Edmund AVm., Ayksford. 
1886. Gregorv, Alfred John, Cape Town. 




1002. Gregory, Arnold, Bradfard. 
1002. Grog..ry,ChjKS. Ilebdcir, FeiI(h'nf/,X.Z. 
180(3. (h-egoiy, luiwd. Tlios., 7iV/r////e-//r/?/A!. 
1807. Gregorv, Henry Loni«dale, Hiyhyata. 

1850. (iregory, Ifieliard. 

188t). Gr>^<^ory, Sttli, >Soiit7i Xonrood. 
180(3. Gref!:or^, Thomas, MancJiester. 

1001. Greio-, Alex. William, /..1/.*S'. 

1887. Gn-iu-, Duncan McBean, Wtst-!<t. 

1006. Greli, Jesse .Mitchins.m T., KinysColl. 

1804. Grellett, Charles John, Hitchin. 
188(5. Grentell, Henry Osborne, Eicrsle}/. 

1899. Grenfell, Pa.scoe Bevil, (^'a/je Cof. 

1888. Grenfell, Wilf. T., C.M.(t., Q. r/r^.-s/-. 
1883. Gresswell Albert, Lutith. 

18*^8. (ireville, wSanipson Jc^hn IJ., J'ictoria. 
1908. Grey, Harry ^lartin. Canibridf/c-f/dns. 

1888. (irev, John Teniperlev, Lcn/iam. 

1900. Gribbell, William l^rnest, ix'.X 
18t)0. Griesbach, Sydney, Gdrforf/i. 
1803. Grieyes, Jas.'Percy, Portishrad. 

1889. Grieves, Thos. Arthur, .A'.6\ /['. 
1883. (Trillin, Albt. Watson, CnnvhorouQh. 
189(3. Griffin, Alfred Ernest, P. S^- O. Co. 
1873. Griffin, Chas. Thomas, Cci/lon. 

1007. Griflin.Fredc.Wm.Wand by ,i)V/-o?/r/7i. 

1002. Griffin, Gerald, Z/7/^^^r/cA-. ' 
18(.i0. (Griffin, Innes, Banhunj. 

1886. Griffin, John Hiibtrt, Pfiddinr/ton. 
1005. Griffin, John Purser, ^SouthMut. 
1883. Grifhn,Sanil.Nashumil MA'-., Pad stow. 
1007. Griffin, Walter Bristo\\', Sovthm-a. 
18f59. Griffith, Alf'd. Leete, Ilurroiv-road. 
1858. Griffith, Alicius John. 
1005. Griffith, Arth. Donald, Musicell-hilL 
1886. Griffith, Christopher Arth., Victoria. 

1879. Griffith, Edward Darnell, Zanzibar. 
1861. Griffith, George, Milford Haven. 

1851. Griffith, Gideon James Wm. 
1860. Grifiith. Gorrequer, St. Gtorge's-sq. 

1805. GrifHth, Griffith, I. M.S. 
1858. Griffith, Hugh, I.M.S. 
1854. Griffith, John. 

1803. Griffith, John, Bethesda. 

1901. Griffith, John Richd., B/acJacood. 

1902. Griffith', liichard, Portmadrc. 
1872. Griffith, Eichd. Glyn, Bath. 

1892. Griffith, Robt. Const., Up. Wolnrn-jil 
1870. Griffith, Roljt. Poole, Antu/ua. 
1860. Griffith, Samuel, Portmadoc. 
1846. Griffith, Samuel Cle%yin, Wohnrn-sq. 
1883. Griffiths, Alfd. Philip Ily., Anny. 
1882. Griffith:^, Chas. Thomas, Birni.nyham. 
1906. Griffiths, Cyril Veiity, Boy. I^avtj. 

1903. Griffiths, Ed\yard Reg., liam] strad. 

1880. Giif^iths, Emest Ed%yard, X.S.7V. 
1892. Griffiths, Geo. Batho, Parhht rd-rd. 


J 850, 

(iriffiths, (lilb. Henderson, I)r</arnnj. 
(irifliths, (lilbert Saun(h'r, Itristol. 
(Trilfith.s, (iriflith, Pontardaive. 
(iriffiths, (iriMith llyojjnr. 
(iriffitns, John, Baniju'/cr. 
Griffiths, .lohn, JAandindrod Welh. 
(Triffiths, John Alban K., Knii/Jiton. 
Grilfiths, John (>risp, Kiildcrminstrr. 
Griffiths, Jn. HonvcII, Shootcrs-Jiill. 
(irilfiths, John Samuel, Bri.^iol. 
Ciriffith.-^, Ecmiu'l Matthe^v.s, Cifton. 
Griffiths, Philip Rhv.s, Cnrdif. 
Griffiths, Richd. Saml. Purnrll, it'.A'. 
(iriffiths, IMioiuas Diii.^lyn, Sirantva. 
(Triffithc, \\\\\. Arthur, Micluldcrcr. 
(irifhths, Wm. Hughes, Kniyhtou. 
Grigg, Nath. Datt, Ilolconibi' Royus. 
Ciriggs, William Alfred, Leicester. 
(Jrigson, L'obt. Edwd., S.S.W. 
(irimbly. Diehard lly., yeicton Alihut. 
(jrimes, John, Liccrpool. 
(Trimmer, Cha.s. George, Victoria. 
Grimmer, William, Kiniherley. 
Grimoldby, (ieorge Henry, (rrimsliy. 
GrimshavN", John, BirJwnJicad. 
Grimwade, Alfd. Sheppard, Victoria. 
(Trimwade, Sidney Wilfred, Iliyhyatv. 
Grindon, Eraucis James, Olnry. 
(.Trii.drod, .John Albert, Bocluhdc. 
Grinfield-Coxwell, Jrj. Edyyd., U.S. A 
(Trinling, Fredk. Newman, Walker. 
Grinling, .Tohn Campion, A. Zeal. 
Gripper, Walter, WaUiiujttn. 
Grogimo, Eric Walter, Stratford. 
Grogono, .Tonathan, Stratford. 
Grogono, Raby Montague, Stratford. 
Grog(mo, Walt. Atldns, Stratford. 
Gromitt, John William, Mauritius. 
(n-iine, Friedrich, Hony Kony. 
Groom, Harry, JJ^ishech. 
(iroom, Henry Thomas, Garston. 
Groom, William, Wisbech. 
(jroonie, Wm. Wollaston, Surbihm. 
Grose, John Sobey, Bide ford. 
(iross, Asher, Claphani. 
Gross, Chas. Eredk., WichhamMarhvt. 
Gross, Soloun n, Leicester. 
Grosyenor, Alfied Aug., Sfevenaye. 
Grosyenor, Alfd. Octayiiis, Prioiy-rd. 
(Trosvenor, Randolph Lea, Chelsea. 
Grosyenor, \\'ilsha \y Wm., Gloucester. 
Grote, Robt. Geo. lune.-^t, Witnblcdon. 
Groube,Geo. Patrick Thom.sou, I.M.S. 
(t round, Edward, Maidstone. 
Groye, Ernest (ieori^e, I'oik. 



1893. Grove, Wm. Reginald, St. Ives. 
1901. Grover, John Morgan Key, Buxton. 
1868. Groves, Edward, Himslet 

1877. Groves, Henry Edward, Honisey. 
1859. Groves, William. 

1858. Groves, Wm. Geo., Woodford-green. 
1884. Growse, William, Kenilivorth. 
18G.3. Grubb, Richard Theodore, Harlow. 
1899, Gruber, Rudolph, Wimpole-street. 
1897. Grummitt, Cbas. Chris, ScaVnj. 

1883. Griin, Edward Ferdinand, Brif/hton. 

1894. Grunbaum, Albt. Sidney F., Leeds. 

1905. Grundy, Morris, Blackpool. 
1901. Gruner, Oskar Cameron, Leeds. 

1884. Gubb, Alfred Samuel, Algiers. 
1880. Gubbin, Geo. Frederick, R.A.M.C. 

1895. Guest, Herbert Merrick, Shrewsbury. 
1866. Guest, John, North Woolwich. 
19(X). Guest, I^eslie Haden, Blac]xfriar''s-rd. 

1884. Guildiug, Lansdown Murray, i?fi^/f/m//. 

1878. Guillemard, Bernard Jas., Cape Col. 
1891. Guinand, Paul, Victoria. 

1889. Guinane, Joachim, Toronto. 

1885. Guinness, Harry Grattan, Bow-road. 

1882. Guinness, Thos. Archibald, Barnes. 

1888. Guiselin, Frentz Wm., Jamaica. 

1857. Gull, Frederick, Coddenham. 
1904. Gully, Percy, Gt. Malvern. 

1890. Gummow, Jas. Freeman, Birminf/ham. 
1908. Gunasekara, Sept.Theodosius, Ceylon. 
1897. Gundh^ch, John, Clapton. 

1889. Gunn, Frank Walt., Widdrinyton. 

1903. Gunn, John Nisbet, Canada. 

1906. Gunne, John Robert, Toronto. 

1904. Gunning, Chas. Ju. Hope, Chelsea. 

1896. Gunson, John Bernard, Adelaide. 

1858. Giinther, Henry. 

1896. GUnther, Hermann Kxi\^., Hampton. 
1899. Gurd, Charles Cowen, Montreal. 
1875. Gurdon, Edwin John, Sydney. 

1907. Gurley, John Herbert, Tvhe-hill. 
1894. Gurney, Alexander Cecil, Eastbourtie. 

1897. Gutch, John, Ipsivich. 

1886. Guthrie, Leonard G., Up. Berkeley-st. 
1 897. Guthrie, Thos.Clem., Tunhridye W W/s. 
1880. G utierrez-Ponce,Ignacio, MeUniry-rd. 

1883. Gutteridge, Matthew W., Victoria. 
1869. Guy, F>edc. George. 

1874. Gwatkin, Owen, Grangc-o.-Sands. 

1879. Gwillim, Richd. D. H., Southampton. 
1879. Gwynn, Chas. Henrv, Whitcharch. 
]896. Gwynn, Wm. Purnell, R.A.M.C. 
1893. G Wynne, Neville Claude, Newcastle. 
1852. Gwynne, Rev. Daniel, IHymoiirth. 
1908- Gyllencreutz, James R., Richmond. 

1891. Gyton, Walter (leo., Lavender-hill. 



1884. Habershon, Saml. Herbt,, Harleyst. 
1875. Habgood, Henry, Eastbourne. 

1884. Habgood, William, Marjile. 

1885. Hacking, John Herbert, Wilmslow. 
1896. Hackney, Altd. Chffbrd J. H., Hythe. 

1901. Hackney, Gordon Herbert, Lyminye. 
1865. Hackney, John, Hythe. 

1902. Hackney ,William, Farquhar, Canada. 
1893. Hacquoil, Philip Homfray, Penarth. 
1875. Haden, Arthur Charles. 

1904. Hadfield, Chas. Yx^^^'i., Malvern Link. 
1871. Hadley, Clement, Shilton. 

1900. Hadley, Ernest dwicXx^^ ^Birminyham. 
1867. Hadley, Geo. Percival, Birniinyham. 

1859. Hadlow, Henry, R.N. 
1855. Hadow, Edward. 

1860. Had wen, Aurelius St. John, Ilford. 

1907. Hadwen, John, Gloucester. 

1893. Hadwen, Walt. Robert, Gloucester. 

1903. Haggard, Thos. Barker A., iZf/«6^-c?'fi>c. 

1901. H agger, Roger Lionel, I. M.S. 
1892. Hague, John, Chelsea. 

1879. Haig, Alexander, Brook-Street, W. 

1885. Haig, Francis Murray, Wokiny. 

1904. Haig, Harold Axel, Canterbury. 
1891. Haig, Patrick Balfour, I.M.S. 
1873. Haig, Percy de Haga, I.M.S. 

1908. Haigh, Bernard, W^inchester, 

1896. Haigh, Harold, Meltham. 

1908. Haigh, Kenneth George, Brook-st. 
1907. Hailstone, John Edwd., Cheltenham. 

1871. Haines, Alfred Henry, Bristol. 

1894. Haines, Arthur, Ten'bury. 

1897. Haines, Aubrey Wheeler,i?M'7>im^^am. 
1875. Haines, EdmundWm,, W.Hampstead. 

1 895. Haines, Edward, Rochdale. 

1889. Haines, Fdk. Haselfoot, Dorchester. 

1886. Hains,Wm.Rbt.Hall, Shepherd' s-bush 

1896. Hair, Allan, Hollmvay. 

1872. Hale, Chas. Doug. Bowdich,<S'?/6^s<'.r-/(^. 
1884. Hale, Chas. Henrv, i).*S,0., R.A.M C. 
1889. Hale, Edward, Wallasev. 

1884. Hale, Geo. Ernest, D.S.O., R.A.M.C. 
1894. Hale, Lancelot Hugh 1),, Kinysbridye. 
1907. Hale,Rbt,EugeneVaughan. 6m.S56M-/?/. 
1854. Hale,Thos. Egerton,V.'C.,C'.B,,^n«y. 
1875. Hales, Robert Turner, Holt. 
1852, Halford, George Britton, Melbourne. 
1886. Halkvard, Alfred Lees, Leicester. 

1902. Hall, Alex. Ritchie, Earrs-court. 
1882. Hall, Alfred, Ashbourne. 

1902. Hall, Arthur James, Dnnedin, N.Z. 
1889. Hall, Arthur John, Shrjfield. 

1880. Hall, Ben, Colchester. 

1877. Hall, Charles Ross, Hatfield. 



190o. ITall,Chnrlton Kbt. Fdk., Birkenhead. 

1900. Hall, Donald (Jeorg-e, Hove. 

1898. Hall, Edmund Stokes, Sonfhampion. 

ISoS. Hall, ]^]<rerton Francis, StreathiDn. 

1890. Hall, l^:iias Geor<ro, Bristol. 

18(58. Hall,FrancisdeIIavilland, Wimpole-st. 

1809. Hall, Frederick, SotdlKtmpton. 

1890. Hall, Fdk. William, Si/duei/, N.S. W. 

1903. Hall, George, Keicc(intle-o)i-Tt/7ie. 
188o. Hall, Gilbert Capel, I. M.S., Jslip. 
1891). Hall, Henry Acton, Rotherfield. 

1807. Hall, Henry George, I.M.S. 

1808. Hall, Henry John, Maiip'ehl. 
1885. Hall, Herbert Strange,' Lcif/h. 
18l>9. Hall, James Asbridue, Hnddersficld. 

1872. Hall, James Thomas, Alton. 

1896. Hall, John Arthur, Edqluiston. 
1890. Hall, John Basil, Bradford. 

1879. Hall, John Lees, R.A.M.C. 

1897. Hall, John Spencer, Farnham. 
189;"). Hall, .Joseph Percy, Lioerpool. 
1805. Hall, Nicholas. 

1908. Hall, Percy, Hnll. 
1900. Hall,Pichd.Chas.Baker,7??^;Yow-ow-r. 
1878. Hall, libt. 1). Grant, Littlehampton. 
1900. Hall, Robert Wm. Basil, li.N. 
180:1 Hall, Samuel. 

1880. Hall, Thomas Lambert, Dihcyn. 
1853. Hall, Thomas Prior. 

1889. Hall, Walter, Hodnct. 

1855. Hall, William, Leeds. 

1885. Hall, \\m.Yl-Am.\\tor\,Tinihrid(/eWrlIs, 

1875. Hall, William Henry, Wokim/. 
1889. Hall. Wm. Winslow, Kilhurn. 
1869. Hallam, Arthur, Sheffield. 
1896. Hallam, Herbert, Sheffield. 
1874. Hallam, AValter, Scarhorou(/h. 

1893. Hallett,HarrvG.I)rumni;)iid,Z)ff?-f/b/-6Z 

1873. Hallett, Henry Arthur, >S'^. yeuts. 
1864. Hallett, Thos.^Geo. Palmer. 

1888. Halley, William, Fnlham. 

18>^3. Halliburton, Wm. T)., Man/lebofte-rd. 
1887. Halliday, Fredk. Wm., Leeds. 

1885. Halliday, Henry Dudeney, Chisirick. 
1900. Hallilay, Herbert, I. M.S. 

1908. Hallinan, Thomas John, Camdeu-rd. 

1889. Halliwell, .John, Winehcomhe. 

1886. Halliwell, Thomas, Forest-hill. 

1894. HalliNyell, Thomas Gates, Dewsburi/. 

1866. Hallows, Adolph. Hy. B., Maidstone. 

1881. Hallowes, Ilbt. Chaworth, Tasmania. 
1859. Hallowes, John Sharpies. 

1876. Hallsworth, Francis Arth., Caistor 

1867. Hallwright, Matthew, Fdyhaston. 

1895. Hallwright, :NratthewL.G.',^.i)om?;/r/o 

1904. Halsall, Cuthbert Murray, Millom'. 
1886. Ilalstead, Georire Ezra, lianist/ate. 








































Halsted, Denis Gratwick<>, Sa.'ton. 
Halstcd, Harold Cecil, Pedcham. 
Halst»'d,Wni. Wilfrid, ]\'<tltlmin-<ross. 
Ham, Bt'rtie Huriit'tt, Brislxuic 
1 lamel,Gustav,.M.V.( )..,Man(Jivxt('r-'-(i. 
Hamerton, Albt. F.,D.S.O.,7i'..4. J/ (.'. 
Haniill, John Molyneux, Bedford-jdc. 
Hamilton, Archil)ald, Bradford. 
Hamilton, Arch. Dougla.s, Chcst'-r. 
Haujilton, liruce, W. JIampstcad. 
Hamilton, Chas. Dai, Circus-road. 
Hamilton, Francis (tco., Victoria. 
Hamilton, Cieorge, iN>?<' Zealand. 
Hamilton, (leorge, BKH-hU'ii. 
Hamilton, H(>nry, Bri(/hfon, 
Hamilton, Hezlett William. 
Hamilton, James Alexander. 
Hamilton, Jno.Jas. Cecil, /ycr/rvZ/fY////. 
Hamilton, Julius Lawr,, Brit/hton. 
Hamilton, Kichard, Birniini/ham. 
Hamilton, Kobert, Jamaica. 
Hamilton, Kobt. Jessop, Liverpool. 
Hamilton, Roger Kerr, ILdl. 
Hamilton, Seaton Guthrie, Arnnj. 
Hamilton, William. 
Hamilton, William. 
Hamilton, Wm. G?L\m,I.M.S. 
Hamilton, Wm. ILiywood, I. M.S. 
Hamilton, Wm. Thompson, Ontario. 
Hamniersley, Pei cy II bt. Tickers, A'. Z. 
Hammond, Alex. Billing, Ilacknej/. 
Hammond, Chas. William, Ipswich. 
Hammond, Edwd. Beck, Ip.-<wich. 
Hammond, Edw. Chas., E. Grinstead. 
Hammond, Edwd. Johnston, 7 Vr/j/c/c/^/. 
Hammond, Fredk. Arth. Lucas,/. J/. aS'. 
Hammond, Francis James. 
ILnmmond, Jn. A. Balding, Shanhlin. 
Hammond, Jos. Hutchinson, Preston. 
Hammond, Eobert Edward, Gorton. 
Hammond, Samuel, Queensland. 
Hammond, ^^'illiam, Lisheaid. 
Hani(md,PhilipWm , ThorntonHeath. 
Hanipson, Joseph, Atherton. 
Hampton, Edward. 
Hampton, Thomas, Hereford. 
Hanau, Alfred, Catford. 
Hanbury, Langton Y\\\\^\\Goodmayes. 
H anbury, Reg. Jnnson, Upp. Clapton. 
Hitnbury, Saville Wnldron, Sutton. 
Hanbury, William Reader, rrVWw?r///r.s-. 
Hancock. Arthur YA-nefyVBirtninf/ham. 
Hancock, Charles .lames, Lei/tonstone. 
Hancock, Edwd. Vinxhucy, Bath. 
Hancock, Frnnk Thompson, ^Vu;76icy^. 



181)5. Hancock, George Chas., Grnvesend. 
1892. Hancock, Hii Kuskiu, 1} olverhumpfon. 
1888. Hancock, Jn. Edwin, Hurst Green. 
1890. Hancock, Vsm. John, ^Stah/hritlt/e. 
1904. Handcock, Robert Oliver, Z<^crAs\ 
1890, Handtiekl-Jones,Chafi.ll.,Z«°r/«i n'jton. 

1878. Plandford, Henry, Soufhicdl. 
1872. Hands, Arthur, WolverlKinipion. 
1887, Hands, Charles Hubert, Freshwater. 
1898. Handson, Lionel E. Chas., Cliancery-l. 
] 8o] . Hanford, Albert Wni. 

1892. Hanham,TjeonardLeighton,7>'fm;?';-^. 
1866. Hankins, Geo. Thos., QueenKla/ul. 
1902. Hanley, John Joseph, Bamsley. 

1879. Hann, Henry Fred, iSonth^ea. 

1893. Hann, l\eo-inald (Teorge, Leeds. 
18o2. Hanna, Harrison. 

1863. Hanna, James. 

1900. Haunay, Maurice Gilbert, Finshury-sq. 

1868, Hanue, Jn. Jas. Arundell, PeckJiuni. 
1885. Hannen, Habeeb Jabboor, CodsalL 
1885. Hannen, John Jabboor, Beijrout. 
1907, HanschelLHotherMcC, 7o/-r//^//?'Vs5'. 
1885. Hanson, Albt, Geo., Concord., N.iS. IV. 

1884. Hanson, Alfred, ISwansea. 

J 896. Hanwell, Gerald Lucas, Shan(/hai. 
1871. Harbinson, Alexander, Elgin. 

1901. Harbinson, Robert James, Glasyoin. 
1879. Harbord, Edwd. Augustus, Hnrley-st. 
]892. Harcourt, Chas. Harold, Alfreton. 

1894. Harcourt, George Robert, Leyton. 
]896. Harcourt, John 0\mv\e^, 

1885. Harcourt jVincentX., CastlelJoninyton. 
1906. flardcastle, Alfred Herbt., Man^/ie/d. 

1895. Hardcastle, Wni., Newcastle-on-Ti/ne. 
1894, Hardenberg, Edwd. F. H., Wcdford. 
190L Hardenberg, Emile Jn. 'F..LeytonsUme. 
] 844. Hardern, Wm.Thornicroft, J/«cr/('-^/e/<i 

1869, Hardey, Edward Peirce, Hidl. 

1902. Hardie, Charles Frederick, Barriet. 

1870, Harding, Alfred Wm., Croucli-end. 
1894, Harding, Charles Headley, Whiftle.-^ea. 
1883. Harding, Chas. O'Brien, Eastbourne. 
1876. Harding, Geo. Clarence. Coohham. 
1892. Harding, Harold Wm. Litton, iN>w Z. 

1894. Harding, Ilenvv William, Catford. 
1 860, Harding, Jn, Alfred, Jiristol. 

1895. Harding, Lionel Nicholson, liriyhton. 
1864. Harding, Peter, 

1850. Hardinge, Francis, Boyal Nain/. 
1894. Hardman, Richard 8)nith, Stockport. 
1870. Hardman, AVi Hi am, Bhirkpool. 
3 896. Hardwick, Harold Geo. Cook, Bath. 
11X)4, Hardwick, Reginald Hy., Chariny. 
\ 866, I Iardwicke,EzraJ n..,]yury St. Edmunds. 
J'-'t)7. Hardwicke, George, Snainton. 
1881. Hardwicke, llichd. llei^Cf, Ilanipstcad. 

1886. Hardy, Albt. Edward, Iluddersjleld. 
1 906. H ardy , Ed wd. W^ m. Dacre , BournemHh' 

1895. Hardv, Frank Samuel, Sheffield. 

1896. Hardy, Fredk. Hallam, R.A.M.C. 

1905. Hardy, Geo. Francis, Clinmpion-hill. 

1906. Hardy, Geo. Wilfrid, Blackpool. 
1879. Hardy, Hy. Louis Preston, Stroud. 
1867. Hardy, Horatio Nelson, Finchley. 

1874. Hardy, Jas. Arthur, Tasmania. 
1903. Hardv, Percv, Nottint/ham. 

1888. Hardy, Wilfiam Edmund, R.A.M.C. 
1869. Hardy man, Chas. Edward, Noncich. 
1886. Hare, Arthur William, Newquay. 
1886. Hare, Edwd. Christian, I.JM.S. 

1 879. Hare,FrancisWashingi on V^. , Norwood. 

1889. Harford, Chas. Forbes, Leyton. 
1886. Harger, Frank Arnold, Transvaal. 
1894. Hargreaves, Walter Ilbt., Ex mouth. 

1888. Haring, Nathan Charles, Manchester. 
1903. Harke, Sydney Lawrence, Norwood. 

1880. Harker, Thomas, Bourji. 

1903. Harker, Thos. Henry, Wimhledoyi. 

1902. Harkness, Geo. Eras. Inn es, 7.1/.^. 

1903. Harland, Wm. Chas. Fredk., Clapton. 

1900. Harland, William Henry, i?. Cowes. 
1877. Harle, Wm. John Vincent, ILickney. 
1863. Harle}^, Edward, Saffron Walden. 
1858. Harley, John, Fulborouyh. 

1892. Harman, Albert Brice, Sotcthatnpton. 
1862. Harman, John, Brixtoti. 

1894. Harman, Leonard, Stepney-green. 

1875, Harmar, James Raffles, Birmingham. 

1901, Harneis,Theop.Wm.Morcom,/i«Ci^w^y 

1898. Harness, Henri Nelson, Wilton-place. 

1889. Harold, John Patrick, Harley-st. 
1860. Harold, Thos., Melbourne., Victoria. 
1884. Harper, Alexander, Eastbourne. 
1849. Harper, Charles, Bath. 

1880. Harper, Charles John, Finchley. 
1858. Harper, Fredk. I^uther, Bri.rworth. 

1874. Harper, Gerald Samuel, May/air. 

1890. Harper, Henry Cecil, Stoicmarket. 

1881. Harper, James, /S'. Kensinyton. 
1900. Harper, James Eder, Oldbury. 

1893. Harper, John, Parkestane. 
1886. Harper, John Maurice, Jhith. 
1890. Harper, Jn. Robinson, Barnstaple. 
1906. Harper, Raymond vSydney, Shoreham. 
1845. Harper, Robert, Twickenham. 

1875. Harper, Robt. Russell, Haver stock-hill. 
1893. Harper, Thos. l^](lwd., Viryiiiia Mooter. 
1892. Harper, Walt. Jos., Bramdon. 

1904. Harper-Smith, Geo. Hastie, Cambr. 

1899. Harratt, I'lios. Tomkinson, Rye. 
1880. Harries, Arth. John, St. Jnmes's-sq. 
1906. Harries, Ya-'ic Hy, Rhys, St. Jas.-sq. 

1882. Harries, Henry Jones, Royal Navy. 

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1800. TTarriiig'toJi, Andrew .[(M'onic, Toronto. 
1887. Ilarriiij^toUjSaiul. 1 1 v. X., litrkcnhcad. 
18o7. Harris, Arthur Hen, Faltno/dh. 
187(5. Harris, Arthur Byaui, Catidda. 
1870. Harris, Arthur (Teo. llawson, Ontario. 

1885. Harris, Arthur WeUesh^y, ('afford. 
1884. Harris, Clias. Joshua .los,, Whitehaven. 
189:i. Harris, Chas. Poulett, Croi/don. 
188o. Harris, Clayton Campbell, Craven-rd. 

1880. Harris, David, KUburn. 

1881. Harris, David. 

1904. Harris, Dudley Raymond, JPa/'mo?^^/^. 

1887. Harris, Kdwd. Bernard, HorjLxcy. 
18(50. Harris, Francis Douglas, lironiU'i/. 
1892. Harris, Frank Drew, Southend. 

1889. Harris, Frederick, Cape Town. 
1844, Harris, Frederick Hills, MildenhaU. 
1904. Harris, Fredc. \\ose\\he\'<^, Bnysicatcr. 

1890. Harris, Fredk. Stuart, Camden-road. 

1880. Harris, Fdk.Wm.lIry. Davie. i^w/w/w. 
1877. Harris, Geo. Frank Ang-elo, I. M.S. 

1889. Harris, Georg-e James, Leicester. 
1861. Harris, Hasler, Bedford-square. 
1899, Harris, Hy. Arth. Clifton, h'rit/hfon. 
1898. Harris, Herbert George, *Sb?<M«;/?/?io/i. 
1901. Harris, Herbert Stocker, Usher. 
18(39. Harris, James Alfred, Chorlei/. 

1892. Harris, James Edward, Bai/swater. 
18(>3. Harris, James Smith, Birchi/if/fon. 

1898. Harris, John, Trinity-square ^ S.E. 

1859. Harris, John Charles, Croydon. 
1872. Harris, John Delpratt, Exeter. 
1884. Harris, John Henry, Dartmouth. 
1897. Harris, Noel Hugh, R.N. 

1895. Harris.NormanMcLeod, U.Bedfrd-pl. 

1886. Harris, Percy Reeves Traer, Harley-st. 
1869. Harris, Robert, Southport. 

1899. Harris, Robt. James, Rochdale. 

1888. Harris, Sampson Geo. v., Whitehaven. 

1881. Harris, Underwood A. C, Harley-st. 
1874. Harris, Vincent Dormer, Milford-on-S. 

1882. Harris, Walt. Thos., Port Elizabeth. 
1851. Harris, Walter William. 

1868. Harris, William, Ilfraco^nhe. 
1851. Harris, Wm. Henry, /.>/.«., Surbiton. 
1908. Harris, Wm. Roberts, Finsbury-park. 
1903. Harris, Wm. Trengweath, Norwich. 

1887. Harris, Worsley John, Kinysland-rd. 
1887. Harris-Liston, lAew^iWyn, I)arlinyton. 
1858. Harrison, Alfred. James, Clifton. 
1879. Harrison, Arthur, Yeovil. 

1890. Harrison, Arthur Wm., Mossley. 

1860. Harrison, Charles, Lincoln. 

1883. Harrison, Charles, Keyn^ham. 

1893. Harrison, Chas. Alan." i';>;r.s^//r/f<'. 
1893. Harrison, Chas. Joseph, Chelsea. 
1905. Harrison, Edwd. Montague, Chufs-h. 


18.^^5. Harrisiiu, I'', Sheffield. 

\f<\y.\. Harrison, Geo. Alrd., Taranaki, N.Z. 

1901, Harrison, Gerald Wottdford*;, Ealiinj. 

1900. Harrison, Harold Charles, Lincoln. 
1858. Harrison, Henry, Ude Army. 
1^^72. Harrison, Hmry Daskcomb, Exeter. 
18()9, Harrison, Hy, I'Vauk V).., SJiepJierd's-h. 
1^'87, Harrison, Henry Leeds, Worthiny. 
I89(i, Harrison, Herbert, jrinipole-sf./W. 
18J)5. Harrison, Hbt. Mereditii, Kensinyton. 

1879. Harrison, .lames, (rursfany. 

1881. Harrison, .lames, E. (irinstead. 

1889. Harri.^on,Jas. Hbt. llu<rh, /Jnt. Ilond. 

1882. Harrison, John, Braintree. 

189(5. Harrison, Louis Kenneth, Leicester. 

1872. Harrison, Napoleon Aug. IJo^-ers. 
1906. Ilarrisoii, Percy Booth, llkley. 

1901. Harrison, Reg. Tem])le, //'. Lexham. 
1870. Harrison, Richd. Charlton, Ealiny. 
18()1. Harrison, Samuel Norton, Hull. 
188(), Harrison, Sidney Hope, N. Wnhha)n. 
1900, Harrison, Sydney George, Ealiny. 

1906, Harrison, Thomas Smith, Mobberley. 

1890. Harrison, Tom Henry, Betley. 
1905. Harrison, William, Stockport. 

1902. Harrison, VV^m. John, Neivcastle-on-T. 

1902. Harrison, Wm. Rhodes, R.N. 
1899, Harrison, Wm. Walter, Briyhfon. 

1893. Harriss, Stanley Arthur, I.M.S. 
1898. Harrisson, Alfred Everson, Daventry. 

1877. Harrisson, Damer, Liverpool. 

1886. Harrop, George Burton, Cleckheafon. 

1903. Harry, Norman (.Teo., Evesham. 

1898. Harston, George Montagu, HonyKony. 
1886. Harston, Lionel de C. E., Kinqsbridye. 

1880, Hart, Alfred Paul, R.A.M.C. 

1883. Hart, Arthur Herbert, SouthaU. 
1903. Hart, Bernard, Epsom. 

1899. Hart, Fredk. Jas,, Winnipey. 
1875, Hart, George Henrv, Birminqham. 

1883, Hart, Herbt, Wheatley, Putiiey. 
19U2. Hart, John Hamilton,^ 7r«//'o/<,' 
1903. Hart, Richard Neville, Kinqs Coll.-h. 
1898. Hart-Smith, Humphry M.,' Brockley. 

1894. Hartford, William, Bloonn-bury. 
1885. PLarthan, Herbt. Dumville, Stretford. 
1869. Hartili, John Thomas, Wilk-nhaU. 

1873. Hartley, Charies, Bishop's Stortford. 

1874. Hartley,EdnnindB.,V.C.,C.-ALG".,i'V(< 
1893. Hartley, Francis Wm., Jleyicood. 

1884. Hartley, Horace, Stone. 
1883. Hartley, Isaac. 

1897. Hartley, James Victor, Cape Cohmy. 

1875. Hartley, John Fleming, Thirsk. 
1857. Hartley, John Hem-y. 

1878. Hartley, Robt. Nightingale, Leeds, 

1907. Hartley, Robert Norman, JViyan. 




1905. Hartley, Walter Dixon, Cadleford. 

1878. Hartley, Wm. Darlev, Peel-ham. 
1892. Hartnell, Edwd. Bush, Thonibunj. 

1855. Hartshorn, Wm. Turner, U.S.A. 

1885. Hartzborne, Bernard F., LoudoiDi-rd. 
1859. Harvey, Alfred, Hollini/ton. 

1879. Harvey, Alfred, Westbitry-on-Trym. 
1905. Harvey, Alfred Wallace, St. Tho'^.-h. 
1892, Harvey, Arthur George, New Zeal. 
1903. Harvey, Arthur George, Wirksworth. 
1890. Harvey, Charles Edward, Jamaica. 
1857. Harvey, Charles Hamilton, A. M.S. 
1905. Harvey,Chas.W.Cowell,.46e/Y/^/r(^«My. 
1873. Harvey, Charles William, N. S. JV. 
1905. Harvey, Chris. Patey, JVitnej/. 

1881 . Harvey, Eldon, Hamilfon, Bermuda. 

1888. Harvey, Frank, Pad stow. 
1902. Harvey, Frank, RotJierham. 

1897. Harvey, Frederic, R.A.M.C. 
1875. Harvey, Fdk. George, Haiiey-street. 

1879. Harvey, Geo. Henry, Peckluim. 
1896. Harvey, Henry, Sydney. 

1875. Harvey, Hy. Fredk., W. Australia. 

1884. Harvey, James, Scarhorouyh. 

1865. Harvey, Jas. D'Arcy, R.N., Ply mouth. 

1862. Harvey, John, Birminyham. 
1892. Harvey, John Owen, Bexhill, 
1899. Harvey, John Owen, Wolverton. 

1863. Harvey, John S., S. Keusiayton. 

1886. Harvey, John Thos., New South W. 

1899. Harvey, Joseph Fredk., Birminyham. 
1892. Harvey, Joshua Harold, Wyhe Reyis. 
1902. Harvey, Pereival George, Monmouth. 

1880. Harvey, Sidney Fredc, Queen' s-yate. 

1871. Harvey, Thomas, late Royal Navy. 

1864. Harvey, Walter Anstice, Hohart. 

1898. Harvey,Wni. Jno. Samxdixy, R.A.M.C. 
1905. Harwood,ClaudSeb.van R.,Battersea. 
1894. Harwood, Elias Francis, Transraal. 

1879. Harwood, John Gasson, R.A.M.C. 
1902. Harwood- Yarred, Wm. Hy., Brixton. 

1885. Hasell, ¥Asv(\..^\\tQY,BritishColKmhia. 

1900. Haslam, Artlmr Charles, Hoce. 

1880. Haslam, Geo. Jas., Nebraska, U.S.A. 
1896. Haslam, Hv. Cobden, Camhridye. 
1892. Haslam, Wm. Arthur, Prescot'. 

1872. Haslam, Wm. Doidge, Croydon. 

1856. Haslehurst,Thos. W\\\\?a\\?,,Bridyn''rth 

1889. Haslett, Wm. Jn. Handheld, Sunbury. 
1864. Haslewood, Albt. Octavius, Buxton. 

1887. Haslip, fieorge Ernest, Suffolk-place. 

1876. Hassall, John, Northwich. 
1879. Hassan, Syed, Gloucester-terr. 

1886. Hassard, Ed^v^ard Moresby, R.A.M.C. 

1887. Hastings, Edwin Birchall, Mile-end. 
1875. Hastings, George, Albenuirle-st. 
1907. Hasting -i, John Patrick, Montayue-pl. 


1905. Hastings, Wm. Howitt, Roy. Nany. 

1890. Haswell, John Francis, Penrith. 
1861. Haswell, Narcis Richard, Helston. 
1892. Hatch, Herbt. Lincoln, Pinner. 

1861. Hatchett, Joseph, Ashby-de-la-Zoucli. 
1904. Hattield, Henry Francis, Forest-hill. 

1898. Hatfield, Ronald, Barnoldswick. 

1873. Hatfield, Wm. Henrv, Forest-hill. 

1883. Hathaway, Harold George, R.A.M.C. 
1894. Hatherell, Robt. Ratcliffe, Abinydon. 

1896. Hatherley, Sidney Oldall, Swinton. 

1864. Hatherly, Henry Reg., Neiu Zeal. 
1875. Ilattie, Alex. George, Antiyua. 
1881. Hatton, E. Fullarton, Grenada, JV.I. 
1880. Hatton, Geo. Stokes, Neiocastle. 
1855. Haughton, Edward, Upper Nonvood. 
1867. Havard, David, Newport, Pembroke. 
1854. Havard, John Evans, Royal Navy. 
1879. Havell, Chas. Graham, Felixstowe. 

1879. Havens, Edward John, Colchester. 

1888. Haviland, Frank P., St. Leonards. 
1885. Haviland, George Harby, Warbleton. 

1885. Haviland, Hy. Alfred, Cotisen). Club. 

1884. Haw, Walter Herbert, A^w/yftv^a, Cape. 

1865. Haward, Fredk. Robertson, Chisivick. 
1894. Haward, Hy Horace, Northivich. 
1904. Haward, Walter, W. Hampstead. 

1891. Hawarden, Samuel, Transvaal. 
1900. Hawes, Colin S'ddler, Stoke Newinyton. 

1894. PIawes,GodfreyC.Browne,Prt/?y6o//rwf; 

1891. Hawke, Edwd. D. Hay, Shortlands. 

1874. i\2i\\\ien,G\\es,\^.lj?i\ig,Hurstpier point 
1904. Ilawkes, Alfred Ernest U., Liscard. 
1863. Hawkes, Anthony Mann, Newport. 

1890. Hawkes,C laude Somerville, QueensVnd 

1897. Hawkesworth,T.Ayscougli, Watlinyi'n 
1854. Hawkins, Albert. 

1875. Hawkins, Alex. Fredk., Birminyham. 

1906. Hawkins, Arthur, Brockham. 

1877. Hawkins, Caesar Fredk., Bridywnter. 

1899. Hawkins, Chas. Louis, Broms(/rove. 
1908. Hawkins, Chas. Thos., Caerphilly. 

1892, Hawkins, Edwd. James, Co/// c// Ilidch. 

1880. Hawkins, Fdk. Daly Ceesar, I. M.S. 

1 886. Hawkins, Herbt. Caesar, Swanaye. 

1887. Hawkins, Hbt. Pennell, Portland-pl. 

1878. Hawkins, Howard, Broxbourne. 

1862. Hawkins, Robert JRichards. 

1878. Hawkins, Walt. Robt. Thos., Bristol. 
1874. Hawkins, William, Bi'oadioay. 
1904. Hawkins, Wm. Lawrence, ii*o?/. A^^rr//. 

1889. Hawkins-Ambler,Geo.Arth. jZ/r'fr/^oo/ 
1878. Hawks, Robt. Shafto, Stamford-st. 

1881. Hawksworth, Hbt. Byfield, Welshpool. 

1891. Hawley, Arthur, Coventry. 

1892. Hawley, Fredk. Hulme, Lonyton. 

1895. Hawthorn, Frank, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 


MEM in: us. 



Ilawtliorn, ny.Wm..I()hn, WeUinf/ton. 
Hawthorn, W m. Tlio.s., ]y'('Uin</t<m. 
Ilawton, Jas. Wm. Humbly, li.N. 
Hay, Arthur Ed<^ar, Boijtwr. 
Hay, John, Liverpool. 
Hay, John Home, Alloa, N.B. 
Hay, Kenneth Robert, iSt. James s-pl. 
Hay, Malcolm liell, Khufdon. 
Hay, Wm. Alfd. Edward, Bridport. 
Hay, Wm. Leslie, Portland. 
Haycroft, Chas. Hry., Boio, N. Devon. 
Hayden, Geo. Alfd. Thos,, Buxton. 
Haydeu,Wm. Gallimore, Bailing stoke. 
Haydon, Arth. Geo. , Henrietta-st. , W . 
Haydon, Hillyard Wm., Bristol. 
Haydon, Thos. Horatio, Marlhorough. 
Haydon, Maurice Willoughby, li.N. 
Haydon, Walter Turner, R.N. 
Haye, Wm. Davev. 
Hayes, Arthur Ilerbt., R.A.M.C 
Hayes, Edwin Claude, N. W. Lond.-h. 
Haves, Francis George, Dunster. 
Hayes, Geo. Sullivan C., R.A.M.C. 
Hayes, Hawkesley Jioche, Basingstoke. 
Hayes, Horace Fredk., Victoria. 
Hayes, James, Leigh. 
Haves, Joseph, Nelson, N. Brunswick. 
Hayes, Julian P. Swindell, 7^.. 4. J/. (/. 
Hayes, \ Aoi\e\Qi\\, Binningha)n. 
Hayes, Reginald Hewlett, Queen' s-gte. 
Hayes, Thomas, Rathkeale. 
Hayes, Thos. Edwd. Darley, Chesham. 
Hayes, Wm. Andrew, Cape Col. 
Hayes, Wm. Hy., Farnham. 
Havford, Ernest James, Gold Coast. 
Hayles, Alfred Wm., Rontnewgdd. 
Haylock, Sydney John, Blackheath. 
Hayman, Frederick Dell, Victoria. 
Haymau, George Atkin, Taunton. 
Hayman, William Speed, Brighton. 
Hayne, Percy Alfred, Tunbridgc Wells. 
Haynes, Allen Lankester, Evesham. 
Haynes, Edmund Lyall, Harrogate. 
Haynes, Edwin Jas. Ambrose, W.Aust. 
Haynes, Fredc. Harry, Leamington. 
Haynes, Geo. Secretan, Cambridge. 
Haynes, Horace Eyre, Hove. 
Haynes, Horace Guy L., Markjield. 
Haynes, James Carmichael. 
Haynes, James Robert, Cathcart-rd. 
Haynes, Percy Octavius, Birmingham. 
Haynes, Stanley Lewis, Malvern. 
Haynes, Sydney, Stansted-Montjitchet. 
Haynes, William. 
Haynes, William. 

Hay ward, Arthur Ernest, Teignmouth. 
Hiayward, Arthur Wm., Ongar. 

1888. Hay ward, Chas. Williams, lAverpooL 
1888. I lay ward, (ierald Cobden, Adelaide. 
l'S58. Hay ward, Henry. 
1862. llayward, James, Suthcrland-aveiiue. 
1880. Hayward, John Davey, Liverpool. 
1857. Hayward, Jn. Robt. Saml., Catford. 

1864. Hayward, .John William, Whit'stahlr. 

1854. H a}' ward , J () 1 111 W 1 1 1 i am s , Birke a head. 

1898. Hayward, Mil ward Cecil, Abingdon. 

1897. Hayward, Wm. Curling, Port »Said. 
1875. Hayward, Wm. Thorubro', .S'. AnsJr. 

1871. Hazel, Wm. Francis, Oakleg-sfjuare. 

1895. Head, Ernest Edward, Bulatcugo. 
1890. Head, Hem'v, Montagu-stfvare. 

1884. Head, Philip A. Dewar, Oxford-terr. 
1856. Head, Riclid. L. Bluett, Wimbledon. 

1859. Head, Robert Turner, Balsham. 
1888. Head, Timothy .John, Edijivare-rd. 

1872. Heald, George Henry, I^ceds. 
1883. Heald, Hugh, Ormskirk. 

1865. Heald, Samuel Linley. 

1900. Heanley,Chas. Montague, J/o/i/y A'o??//. 
1868. Heap, Charles Sydney, Tufnell-park. 

1901. Heap, Edward F. Geo. T., St. Asaph. 
1862. Heaps, John, Manchester. 

1902. Heapy, Harold Ernest, Bradford. 

1896. Heard, John, East Dulwich. 

1899. Heard, Wm. Kevill, Sivannge. 

1903. Hearn, Edwd. Michael Wm., R.N. 
1899. Hearn, Richard Stirke F., Enfield, 
1888. Hearnden, Ernest Morgan, Sutton. 

1895. Hearnden, Hamilton, St. Ives. 
1882. Hearnden, W.Carrington,iea^/<er^r<7fA 

1878. Hearnden, William Frank, Sutton. 
1888. Heasman, Frank, Bournemouth. 
1888. Heasman, Wm.Gratwicke, WokinqK ni 

1892. Heath, Arthur Douglas, Birmingham. 

1898. Heath, Francis Harold ^., Weymouth. 

1896. Heath, Jas. Glover, Winburg, O.R.C. 

1860. Heath, Robert Edward, Eastbourne. 

1855. Heathcote, Godfrey, Manchester. 
1854. Heathcote, B.iil])h, Manchester. 
1882. Heathcote, Ralph George, Morecambe. 
1867. Heathcote, Rowland, Manchester. 

1893. Heather, Lewis Daniel, Brecon. 

18! >2. Heaton, Arth. Frederick, J/w/we^Z'^f;-//, 

1890. Heaton, Charles James, Westgate-on-S. 
1862. Heaton, Fredk. Luxmoore,/. of Might. 
1880. Heaven, John Cookeslev, Bristol. 

1879. Hebb, P>edk. Theodore', Chelsea. 
1874. Hebb,Richd. Grainger, Ridgniunt-gns, 

1880. Hebbert, Charles Alfred, Montreal, 
19U6. Hebbert, Robt. Francis, I.M.S. 

1891. Hebblethwaite,Alfd.George,A>?yi/6'y. 

1887. Hebblethwaite, Harold, Leeds. 

1885. Hebblethwaite, Sept. Montaffue,i<'fr/.s\ 

1888. Heberden, Geo. Alfd., D.S.O., C. Col. 


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Heberdeu, Wm. Stanley, Transvaal. 
HeddeD, Richard, Honiton. 
Heddy, Win. Jackson, Reddife-gdns. 
Hedi,'es, Chas. Edwd., Maiijield. 
Hedley, John, Mi'ddleshroufjh. 
Ht.'dley, John Prescott, St. Thos's-h. 
Hedley, Win, Snowdon, Gosforih. 
Ileekes, John Wm . , Charinf/-cross-hosp. 
Heehis, Walt. Wheeler, IVolDerhanipfn 
Heelis, Robert, Nottiru/ham. 
Hetlernan, Harold Hilton, Wolston. 
Hetlernan, Wm. Ililtou, Wiinhledon. 
Hegjis, F. R. Mitchell, W. Bromwich. 
Hehir, Patrick, I.M.S. 
Reiser, Arthur Lewis, Easthonme. 
Helby, Ernest Hasler, Du Cn)ie-road, 
Hele, John Warwick, Carlide. 
Hele, Thomas Shirley, Carlide. 
Hellier, John Benjamin. Leeds. 
Hellyer, Wm. Woodman, Plymouth. 
Ilelme, Thomas Arthur, yiauche-stcr. 
Helps, George Crawford, Frame. 
Helsdon, Chas. Victor, Andocer. 
Helsham, Hugh Paul, Bcccles. 
Helsham, Wm. Macdonald, N.S.W. 
Hembrough, Jn. Wm., A^<°z;7m6^/f/e-(m- T. 
Hemingway, John, Wbnhledon. 
Hemming, Charles, Brighton. 
Hemming, Chas. Harold, Br'ujldon. 
HemmingjClaudeP., /)'/>//o??',s \\ ^altlim 
Hemming, John Joseph, Margate. 
Hemphill, James Patton. 
Hemsted, Edrad. ':i\)encer, Kintburg. 
Hemsted, Henry, Whitchurch. 
Hemsted, Heur}^, Christchurch. 
Hemsted, Rustat Henry, Whitchurch. 
Henchey, John Henry, Quebec. 
Hendersrm, Fredc. \Mm9,,MiddJescx-h. 
HendersoD, Geo. Conrtenay, Jamaica. 
Henderson, Henry John, Brockky. 
Henderson, Jas.Threa])land,i?/'rt<://(>/'i<?. 
Henderson, Robert, Canada. 
Henderson, Roderick W.,i2/c/.-wrwv7rVA 
Henderson, Wm. Douglas, Bristol. 
Henderson, William Savile, Liverpool. 
Hendley, Arthur Gervase, I.M.^. 
Hendley, Harold,' 1. M. S. 
Hendley, John 1 .upton, India. 
Hendley ,Thos.Holbein,a/./;.,2.3f.>S'. 
Ilendrick, Phineas John. 
Hendriks, Cecil Morgan, Bicester. 
Henley, Anthony Alfd., Woodbridge. 
Henley, Edwd. \Vhishaw, Bornw-od. 
Henley, Walt. Farrar, Kirhbg Maliiam. 
Henly, Albert Wm., Bromleg. 
Ilenriiker, .In. Granville, Bridgwater. 
Ilenning, Thos. Irwin, Neicrg. 

1880. Henry, George McWilliams, IBdifar. 

1893. Henry, Gordon Geo. Wni., MineJiead. 
1892= Henry, Robert, Southampton. 

1905. Henry, Sydney Alex., Rochdale. 

1897. Henshaw, flarry Williams, Kew. 

1899. Henshaw, \Nm.. AXiveA, Northaniptoii. 
1890. Henshaw, Wm, Henry, Mancliester. 
1907. Hensler, Oscar Henri, Switzerlana. 
1887. Hensley, Philip Henry, Jersey. 

1868. Hensman, Charles Frederic. 

1861. Hensman,FrankIIenry,C.lf.G^.,^/Y/i//, 
1863, Ilenson. Sidney Rossell, Hull. 
1896. Henson, Wm. Warner, Natal 
1890. Henstock, John Lea, Chili. 

1886. Hentsch, Geo. Fredlc, Brixton. 
1905. Henton, Albert P^^rnest, Wandsworth. 

1880. Henty, Sydney Ilaviland, C«;;«/e/t-/Y/. 
1876. Henwood, John Davey, R.N. 

1878, Hepburn, Alfred, Hartley Wintney. 
1884. Hepburn, David, Cardiff. 

1904. Hepburn, Frederick Chas., Coxhoe. 

1900. Hepper, Evelyn Charles, I.M.S. 
1895. Heptinstall, Robt. Hollings, Ilitchin. 
1892. Hepton, John Cussons, Liverpool. 
1884. Hepworth, Arth., Newcastle-o7i-Tync. 
1857. Hepworth, Francis, Beauynaris. 

1894. Hepworth, John, Beaumaris. 
1907. Herapath, Chas. Edwd. K., Bristol. 
1874. Herapath, Chas. K. Coathupe, Bristol. 
1859. Herbert, Benj. Hey wood, Uttoxeter. 
1889. Herbert, Chas. Henry, Natal. 

1853. Herbert, Chas. James. 

1883. Herbert, George, Sandiuich Islands. 

1898. Herbert, Geo. Heywood, Utto.reter. 
1883. Herbert, Jn. Wm. G., Pendlebury. 
1853. Herbert, Lloyd. 

1869. Herbert, Sanuiel Lymas, Demerara. 
1889. Herbert, Sidney, Brit. Columbia. 

1901. Herbert, Solomon, Manchester. 

1898. Herbert, Thomas, Fulford. 

1895. Herbert, William, Foulsham. 
1857. Herdson, Robert. 

1905. Hereford, Chas.Francis Alex.,3f(7/c^';?. 

1899. Herklots, Gerard Andreas, Eton-rd. 
1882. Herman, Christian La wr., Ca;;e Town. 
18)1. Hern, George, Stratford-place, W. 

1881. Hern, John, Darlinqton. 

18S2. Hern, William, Stratford-place, W. 

1906. Heron, Geo. Henry, Liverpool. 
1904. Heron, Geo. Wykeham, R.A.M.C. 
1850. Heron, William. 

1896. Herring, Edward Ken, Victoria. 

1887. Herring, Herbt. Thomas, Harley-st. 
1881. Hernngham, WilmotP., Wimpole-ft. 

1 897. Herrin gton, EdmundWm., A>//«,my?!c>// 
1878. Herschidl, Geo. Arish, Harley-st. 
1901. Hertslet, Lewis Eccles, Durban. 




1904. TTeseltiue, Vernon Geo., Adelaide. 
190-1 Ileslop, Jame8 Willie, Newcastle. 
1892. Ilessey, James Dodson, 7Iastiuf/s. 
1878. Ilethering-ton, Geo. Ilaynes, Ip^iio ch. 
1904. Iletheriufrton, Vernon, //w/'.'>/!/>«6'/;/>am<. 
1873. Iletley, Henry, Norwood. 

1887. Ilewan, John, Upper Assam. 
1850. llewat, Wm. Shillin<rlaw. 

1902. IltSwavitarna, Chas. Ahvis, Colombo. 

1888. Hewer, Alfred VjixvnAm\w,Queenslaicd. 
186G. Hewer, p]dward, -S'. Lowestoft. 

1900. Hewetsou, Alfred, Scarborough. 
1895. Hewetson, Henry, R.A.M.C. 
18(30. Hewetson, Richard, York. 
1876. Hewett, Aujiustiis, R.A.M.C. 
1905. Hewett, Fredk. Stanley, St. Thos's-h. 
1893, Hewett, Julius Wiuch, Lambeth. 

1884. Hewish, PJdgar ]Milue, Phil., U.S.A. 
1891. Hewitson, Jn. Geo., Newcastle-on-T. 
1880. Hewitson, Wm. Audrew, CastleEden. 
1882. Hewitt, Fdc. Wm. , M. V.O. , Q.A,me-st. 
1897. Hewitt, Harrv Edward, G.P.O., E.G. 

1889. Hewlett, Richd. Tanner, Welbeck-st. 

1891. IIey,Chas.Edwd.Milnes,Zm(/^^/;r//-,s<. 

1892. Hey, Harold Darwin, Farinydon. 
1900. HeV, S^imiiel, Bipon. 

1905. Hey, Wilson Harold, Colne. 
1882. Heyd, Herman Emile, Canada. 
1880. Heyg-ate, Fdk. Nicholas, Billingshmst 

1906. Heyf^ate,Re<r.Beauniont,i/i7//////.5AM;-5^ 
1871. Heyg-ate, AVilliam Harris, Cosham. 
1864. Heygate, William Nicholas, Bath. 

1890. Heywood, Chas. Chris., Manchester. 

1892. Heywood, Thomas, Chile. 

1885. Heywood, Thos. AValmsley, Darioen. 
1896. Heywood, Wm. Benjamin, Newburi/. 

1907. Hey wortii. Geo. Alex. Fredk. ,Liverpool 
18()2. Ilibberd, Edward, Elgin-avenue. 
1870. Hibberd, Henry Jukes, Brockenhurst. 
1880. Hibbert, Chas.\\lfred. 

L"-^94. Hibbert, Joseph Coote, Warrington. 

1884. Hichens, Frank, Redruth. 

1854. Hichens, John Ley. 

1896. Hichens,PeverellSymthe,3"o/-^/j'«?^;/!on 

1890. Hichens, William^ Redruth. 

1875. Hick, Henry, Neiv Romnet/. 

1889. Hick, Herbert Edwd., Transvaal. 

1906. Hjckey, Carl Cornelius, Xilkee. 

Jf^Sd. Hickey, Eyan Lewis, Stourbidge. 

1893. Hickiiibotham,.las.Rvland, W.Auslr. 

1889. Hickley, Arth. Mack.", S.La,nbeth-rd. 

1894. Plickman,Hy. Richd. B., Harleg-st. 

1890. Hickman, Hbt. ^'igers, Wanste'id. 
1893. Hickmau, John ^^w'm, Orange Riv. Col. 
1870. Hickman, Richard, Neivburg. 

1868. Hickman, Thomas Henry. 
1900. Hicks, Chas. Ed^vd., lluntim/uon. 
1908. 7087 

18(50. Hicks, Edward Buller, EasingwoUl. 

1887. Hicks, Edward Harman, Wgmexicold. 
1889. Hicks, Edwd. James, Anihurst-rd. 
1873. Hicks, Edwd. John Wm., Ilanleg. 
1879. Hicks, Fredk. .]o\\\\, Buckingham-gate. 
I88.'i. Hicks, Geo. Jioaman, Ilackneg. 
1858. Hicks, Geo. Borlase, Hackney. 

1888. Hicks, Philip, Leamin(itim. 
1848. Hicks, Robert, Baldock. 

1889. Hicks, Robert Grieve, Ramsqate. 
1893. Hicks, Thos. Ro-er Havs ,* C. Col. 
1892. Hicks, Thomas Williain, E. Finchley. 
1865. Hicks, Wm. Tatman (Toodman. 
1884. Hiddingh, William Henry, Bognor. 
1889. Ilig-geus, Oakley Elford, HoUoicay. 

1899. Higgins, Alexander (leorge, Newent. 
1876. Higgins, George Hodgson, Bradford. 

1888. Higgins, Hubert, Italy. 

1902. Higgins, James Gilkison, Adam-xt. 
1908. Higgins, Patrick Charles, Stepney. 
1907. Higgins, Tom Shadick, Grays. 
1904, Higgins, William Robert, Louth. 
1896. Higginson, Chas. Gaskell, Edgbaston. 
1895. Higginson, George, Church Strett.on. 

1889. Higginson, John Wiguiore, Hayes. 
1878. Higgs, Alfi'ed, Ljeicester. 

1891. Higgs, Ernest Wm. Mules, O.rford. 
1851. Higgs, Thos. Coke, Bermuda. 
1858. Higgs, Thomas Frederic. Dudley. 

1892. Higgs, AValt. Alpheus, Chippenham. 

1903. Higham, Bernard, I.yi.S. 

1892. Hignett, Lionel Watson, Northivood. 

1900. Higson, Thomas, Blackburn. 
1865. Hiider, Nelson Albert. 

1868. Hiider, Ridley Thomas, Uj^p. Tooting. 
1886. Ilildyard, Robt. l^oxham, Eastbourne. 
1900. Hiley, Richard Farrar, hidia. 
1850. Hill,\\lfred, Freshwater. 

1886. Hill, Alfred Wm., Adelaide, S. Austr. 

1899. Hill, Arthur Croft, Cronuvell-road. 

1893. Hill, Chas. Alexander, Liverpool. 
1871. Hill, Chas. Hamor, Lindfield. 

1887. Hill, I'^dward Brereton, Chiswick. 

1900. Hill, Edward Falkuer, Manchester. 

1892. Hill, Ernest, Pietennaritzburg. 
1895. Hill, Ernest Gardiner, Wymondliam. 

1888. Hill, George Leonard, Birmingham. 
1851. Hill, Geo. Pishey Thompson. 

1888. Hill, Hedley, Bristol. 
1904. Hill, Horace Bryden, R.N. 

1879. Hill, Hugh Gardiner, Upper Tootintf, 

1889. Hill, John, i¥?7rt/?. 

1868. Hill, John de Vere, Liverpool. 
18S6. Hill, ,Tos. Shuter, Mecklenburgh-sq, 
1889. Hill, l^ecmard Erskine, Loughton. 

1893. Hill, Leopold Geo., Finsbunf-park, 
1904. Hill, Ludoyic, Hdfwhistle. 

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1904. Hiil, Nelson Wood, Bechenham. 

1864. Hill, Philip Edward, Crickhotvell. 
1896. Hill, Reg-. Aug. Lowder, Wimbledon. 
1906. Hill, Richard Athelstane P., Harroiv. 

1906. Hill, Richd. C, Montana, U.S.A. 

1888. Hill, Robert, M.Y.O., R.N. 

1884. Hill, Rowland, JBere Alston. 
1871. Hill, Thomas Wood, 5<^c7^ew/?am. 

1907. Hill, Walter de Marchot, Bc.ihill. 
1902. Hill, Walter Hy. Philip, Montreal. 
1886. Hill, Walter James, Clevedon. 
1881. Hill, Wni. John, Queen Victoria-sl. 

1886. Hill- Wilson, A.Edw., Raienscourt-pk. 

1883. Hillaby, Arthur, Ponfefrnct. 
1851. Hillcoat, Henry Brougliam. 

1899. Hilliard,Fr,PorteusTyrr., Winchester. 
1896. Hilliard, Harvey, Wilton-place. 

1865. Hilliard, Henry Charles, Bletchingley . 

1891. Hillier, Robert John, Halifax. 

1885. Hillier, Thos. Ernest, W. Hampstead. 
1899. Hillier, Wm. Thomas, *SY. Albans. 

1880. Hills, Aug, Phillips, Battersea-park. 
1863. Hills, Rowland, ISviaresbrook. 

1894. Hills, Wm. Chas. Dillon, Wisbech. 

1896. Hills, Wm. 'Evwe&t, Hampstead. 

1884. Hillstead, Herbert John, Patney. 

1887. Hillyer, Wm. Henry, E. Grins'tead. 
1871. HinchcliiF, Edwin, i?^wZ/(yo, Victoria. 
1870. Hind, Henry, Harrogate. 

1875. Hind, Henry Joseph, Tooting. 
1858. Hind, John Marriott, Southivell. 

1886. Hinde, Alfred Buckley, R.A.M.C. 
1907. Hinde, Ernest Bertram, Noriuich. 

1887. Hinde, Franci^.Rd.'B., Scnvbr{dgewo)-th 
1898. Hinde, Wm. Cathcart, Treherbert. 
1857. Hinder, John, Cahidta. 

1863. Hindle, Frederic Thomas, Askerii. 

1897. Hindley, Godfrey Jn. Do\ig.,Fulham. 
1884. Hinds, Frank, Worthing. 

1895. Hinds, Herbert Austen, Chartham. 

1889. Hinds, Thomas Walter, Bexley. 

1864. Hinds, Wm. Richard Gore, Army. 

1892. Hine,Alfd.ErnestBarratt, Charmouth. 

1878. Hine, Alfd. Leonard, Harpenden. 

1879. Hine, Harry, Farnham. 
1879. Hine, Rev. John Edward. 
1856. Hine, Samuel Daniel, Wimborne. 
1861. Hine, William Conway, Poole. 
1891. Hinge, Hy. Alexander, R.A.M.C. 
1864. Hingston, Charles Albert, Plymovth, 
'1901. Hingston, Clayton Alex. Fr., l.M.S, 
1904. Hingston, Donald Alex., Montreal. 
1904. Hingston,Jas.Clar.Ledeatt,i2.yi . Jf . C. 
1856. Hingston, Jos. Tregelles, Leamington, 

1881. Hingston, Richard, Liskeard. 
1903. Hingstcm, Wm. Perceval, R.K 
1878. Hiniugs, John William, Leeds, 


1891. Hinks, Alfred Grosvenor, Southend. 
1887. Hinnell, Jos.SQuier,^^</'y St.Rdmutuls. 
1854. Hinton, James, A. M.S. 
1899. Hipwell, Harrv, Banbury. 
1908. Hird, Alfred Ernest Wilson, Coventry. 
1891. Hird, Fredk. Robert, Wimbledon. 
1903. Hird,Robt Beatson Dennis, Bletchleg. 
1866. Hiron, Wm. Nathaniel, Buenos Ayres. 

1891. Hirsch,Chas.Theod.Wm., Woolwich. 
1901. Hirsch, Leonard, I.M.S. 

1903. Hirst, Geoffrey Gratrix, 7..^.*S. 
1905. Hirst, Leonard Fabian, Vic.-pk.-rd. 
1880. Hitch, Frederick, Perth, W. Aust. 
1907. Hitch, Frederick George, Ware. 

1883. Hitchcock, Alfred John, Jersey. 

1907. Hitchcock,Frnk.NormanS., Clapham. 

1854. Hitchens, John. 

1896. Hitchfield,Alfd.Reg.,iV'e?6T«5</e-ow- T. 
1887. Hitchings, Robert, Oxford. 

1855. Hitchins, Chas.Yeruon, Weston-s.-M. 

1897. Hitchins, Fred. Charles, St. Austell. 
1875. Hitchins, Thomas Johns, Crawley. 

1889. Hitchon,H.HardacreIrving,i/€?/?roof7. 
1882. Hoar, Charles de Sambler, Hover. 
1869. Hoar, Charles Edward, Maidstone. 

1905. Hoar, Jas. Edward, R.A.M.C. 
1853. Hoar, William, Titchfeld. 
1880. Hoare. Alfred, Fleet-street, E.C. 

1894. Hoare, Edwin Stanley, Lupus-street. 
1852. Hoare, Francis Segerson. 

1893, Hoare, Wm. Wallis, Queensland. 
1893. Hobart, Nathaniel Henry, Cork. 
1846. Hobart, Nathaniel Joseph, Cork. 

1874. Hobbes, Charles Edward, Bidford. 
190i. Hobbs, Albert Remington, TMngley. 

1908. Hobbs, Fredk. Wm., Randolph-cresc. 
1896. Hobday, James, Muswell-hill. 

1890. Hobhouse, Edmund, Brighton. 
1857. Hobson, George William. 

1907. Hobson, Hugh George, Ealing. 

1875. Hobson, John Morrison, Croydon. 
1863. Hobson, Wm. Henry, Upp. Berkeley-st. 

1892. Hocken, James Preston, N.S. W. 
1859. Hocken, Thomas Morland, Dunedin. 

1880. Hockridge, Thos. Granville, Tysoe-st. 
1865. Hodder, Fdk. Wm. Llovd, Isdtal. 

1908. Hodder-Williams, Frank G.,6'a/cM^^rt. 

1895. Hodge, Albert, Bolton. 

1881. Hodge, Arthur, Shepherd'' s Bush. 

1 908. Hodge,Edw.Humfrev\' erej-S^awi/o/vZ. 

1904. Hodge, Reg. Felix Vere, St. Geo.-h. 

1884. Hodge, Wm. Theodore, West Aust. 
1889. Hodges, Aubrey Dallas P., ZTgandu. 

1906. Hodges, Geo. Mont. Wms., Dulwich. 

1896. Hodges, Geo. Wm. Cecil, Bridgnorth. 

1856. Hodges, Herbert Busy, Watton. 

1882. Hodges^ Herbert Chamnev, JJ'afton. 




1851. Modg'es, Robert Joseph. 

l8o7. llodj^es, William. 

18139. liodg-es, William, G'.uuce4cr. 

1908. Hodgins, Einerdon Le lioy, Canada. 

1892. Hodo-ins, Walt. Wm., Hadleif Manor. 
1898. Hodii'kiri!^, Albert Kdwd., California. 
18(32. Ilodgkinsou, D.ivid Iliukley. 

1840. Hodgkiiisoii, Saml., I/icercaf f/i//, N.Z. 

1893. Hi)df^son, Charles, StreaUiani. 

1897. llodg'son, Curtis Rawstliorne, 'S/a/^-^^'t/. 

1902. IIod;j:.son, Ernest Charles, /..I/.. V. 
1877, llod^^son, Georg-e (xrahain, Chertsey. 
1885. Hodisoii, Cierald Ge a-g-e. 

1.^90. Hodg-son, Harold, Alresford. 

1900. Hodgson, Harold West, Bedford. 
1879, Hodgson, John, Botodon. 

1898. Hodgson, John Edward, 72,. 4, J/. C, 
1882. Hodgson, Jos. Willoughby, Exnumth. 

1901. Hodgson, Robert Edward, Exeter. 
1881. Hodgson, Robert Hngli, I'eckham. 
1900. Hodgson, Stanley, Saford. 

1890. Hodgson, Victor James, IVestcliff. 
1907, Hodgson, Wm, Hainmovid, Poulton. 
1855, Holgsou, \Vm. Joseph, lijchdale. 

1875. H.)dson, Henry Algernon, Brighton. 

1907. Hodson, John Ernest, Coulsdon. 

1876. Hodson, Robert Doveton, R.A.M.C. 
1801. Hodson, Thomas, Inf/atestonc. 
189:3. Hodson, Thos. Geo. Smith, Buxton. 
1871. Hodson, Wm, Ed wd.. Bishops iStortford 
18(31. HotF, Geo. Framingham, Calcutta. 

1891. Hotthiann, Aug. Wm, W,, Brook-st. 
1853, Holtmau, Ojtavins Wm., Ed</haston. 
190(3. Hoffmeister, Cyril John R iby, Cowes. 
1893. Hoffmeister, Hy. Edgar Wm., Coices. 
1874. Hotimeister, John Bates, Cuives. 
18(35. Hoffmeister, William, M.V.O., Coices. 
1900. Hogan, Cyril Evelyn, Hanipstead. 
1900. Hogan, Edwd. Vincr'nt, Noca Scotia. 
18G'3. Hogan, Francis Mncent. 

1898. Hogau, James Jos., Upp. Bedford-pl. 

1903, Hogarth, An- hi bald Hy., Gravesend. 
1890. Hogarth, Bertram Whewell, Morec'ndw 

1887. Hogarth, Chris. Whewell, Grceniuic/i. 

1908. Hogarth, Frdk. \\'\\ewiiU,Morecani/)e, 
1870. Hogg, Arthur John, Ealiia/. 

18(37. Hogg, Chris. H. Jenner, 7>Vyv;»'///7Aa///. 
1900. Hogg, Ernest Henry, Bridf/water. 

1888. Hogg,Fdk.S. Dickey, Bick»ian-^-irorth. 
1893. Hogg, John Augustus, Sliardhw. 
18(39. Hogg, Rich. Bowen, Timaru, X.Z. 

1892. Hogcr, Robt. Hv., Invercarqill, 2s. Z. 

1902. Hogg, William' John, Belfast. 
1879. Holbeche, Arth. Oliver, Malvern 
1881. Holberton, Henry Nelson, E. Molesei/. 
1855. Holberton, VaughanH, Alex.. 7/ay/?y>/<j// 
1905. Holbrooke, Cecil Da-re )^L, R.A.M.C. 


1908. Holbuni, f^laud .\nthonv, Shefjield. 

1871. Hold.'u, .MfrcMl Flctchrr. 

1H89. HoldfU, ( iecjrge llerbt., Rrudinij. 
1873. Holden, Eon.sdale Andiew, Ilohart. 
1908. Holder, Sidnc^v I', //////. 

1872. Holder, William, Hall. 

1HS(). lIolderne.s><, Jn.Cautlr;y, llnddcr^Jiehl. 
18G(3. Holderness, Wm, Brown, ITindsor. 
1881. Holdsworth, Arth. Thos. ,/>V7V//<'//y//r//y'. 

1904. Holdsworth, Chjis. I),, Alderle,/' Ed;,r. 
1908. Hole, Kenneth Hill, Gnfs-hofpitoi. 

1902. Holford, C'hris, T,, Bnr'ton-on-Trent . 
1888. Holford, Walter Stanley, Hatton. 
1907. Holgate, Mauri(;e Jas., Xottim/hani. 
1907. Holl, Francis Harold, En-e'l. ' 
1888. Holland, Chas. Tluirstan, Lirerpool. 
188(3. Holland, lvlmnd.Hurke,.S'^,./oA//'.s-?/v;o^ 

1905. Holland, Edwd, Torriano, St. nioa.-h. 
1879. Holland, l']dwd. Wilniot, 
1855. Holland, Henry Fredk., JB/.-i/enwre. 

1907. Holland. Henry Houwink,//a////;.>Y^v/r/. 
1877. Holland, Rhilip Ale.\ander. 

1853. Holland,Rbt.C.Brackenbury,,>^/^/rW.-. 

1904. Holland, Wm. Alg, Ia)U\!<, Erdinr/ton. 

1898. Hollander, Bernard, Welbeck-strei-t. 
1901. HoUick', Hernd.Sept. ^SturminsterXcrrt 

1899. Hollick, Hubert Harry, Ashbourne. 
1893. Hollick, John Orton, Knoivte. 
1896. Holliday, William Ih-m-y, Leeds. 

1 892. Holliugs, Edwin Thomas, 7)Vyv;K)//<'/sc//. 
1898. Hollings, Guy li^rtrum, Endsleif/h-(/ds. 
1851. HoUingsworth, Thos, Smith, I. A rnii/. 
1877. Hollingworth, John, Hull. 

1870. Holliuahead, Francis, Se/li/ Oak. 
18(38. Hollis, Alfred, Freshtcater. 

1905. Hollis, Herbert Stanley, ILwe. 

1 903. HoUist, Gerald Wetherell C, Balham. 

1887. Hollowav,SamiielFrederick, C/iisnu'ck. 

1908. Holman,'Charles Colgate, E. Uonthh/. 
1851. Holman,SirC'iistaMtine,CrVo/^fr.src^r-yA''. 

1888. Holman, Frank Kay, *S'. Hanipstead. 
18(31. Holman, Henry. 

1855. Holman, Hry. Colgate, Ea.'it Hoathly. 

1889. Holman, Ilenrv James, Eastb<nir/ie. 

1871. Holman, Robtl Colgate, 
1859. Holman, Thomas, Ea.<t Hoathhf. 

1895. Holme, Crampton Whitaker, I)erbif. 

1896. Plolmes, Bernard Willoughby, 7y<"//y^//. 
1891. Holmes, Charles Denton, Xeicbum. 
1869. Holmes, Francis Abraham, Baka/ncs. 
1865. Holmes, Frank, Manchester. 

1858. Holmes, Frederick, Leeds. 
1857. Holmes, John, Gnosall. 
^897. Holmes, John, Turveif. 
1871. Holmes Rbt. Andrew King, I.M.S. 
1901. Holmes, Willmot, ym-easth-on-r. ■ 
18()1. Holmested, Thos., ll'tsto/t-s.-.Mare. 
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3901. IIolro3^d, Benjamin, JlarrotjCite. 

1905, HolroTd, Gilbert, Harvngnte. 

1907, Holroyde, Gerald, Halifax. 

1884. Holroyde, John, jRochester. 

1891. Hoist," Otto Leonard, Eastbourne. 
1888. Holt, Arthur Knight, East Dereham. 
1893. Holt, Geo. Fredk., Mmehinhanqdon. 

1892. Holt, Henrv jNlainwaring, Malton. 
1900. Holt, Jolm^Liipton, Hull 

1886. Holt,ManricePercy,D.S.O.,i2.^../lf. C. 

1881. Hol-t, William. 

1906. Holtby, Richard, BUierkay. 

1908. Holthusen, Alan Wm., Fi'rrest Gate. 

1885. Holtom, Charles John, Manchester. 

1885. Holton.FrancisWm. Parke, 0//<w/////Z'. 

1891. Holton, Geo. Waddington, Elland. 
1883. Holton, Richard, IledHie^ferd. 

1900. Holyoak, Ernest Wm., Leicester. 

1886, Holyoak€, Hubert, Boi/al Navy. 
1883. Holyoake, John Percv, Kinver. 
1883, Holyoake, Ralph, R.A.M.C. 

1873. Hoinan, Geo. William, Lichfield. 
1847. Home,Sir A. I).,K.C.B.,V.C.,^ iTf.^'. 

1901. Home, Fred. Christian Hy., Egham. 

1886. Honey, Thos. Edwd., aSYo/v-^, Eeumport. 
1906. Honeybourne, VictorCy ril, R.A.M. C. 

1880. Honeyburne, Richard, Idle. 
1876. Honey will, Silas, Bihh'stdti. 

1882. Honman, Andrew, Victoria. 
1903. Hood, Basil, Fletchinq. 

1869. Hood,Don'ldWm.C.,C.V.O,,G^rmi-5i5. 
1905. Hood, Eric Crichton, llkley. 
1896. Hood, Thomas, Tunbridge Wells. 
1855. Hood, Wharton Veter, Montayu-tnanB. 
1860. Hood, William, York. 
1855. Ilooke, Benjamin. 
1905. Hooker, AlirtKl Wyatt, Putney. 
1876. Hookham, Paul, Ci'apham. 
1879. Hoole, Henry, Old Jeii^ry. 

1887. Hoole, John, Paririch. 

1881. Hooley, Arthur, Cohham. 

1874. Hooper, AUred, Stiff keiy. 

1895. Hooper, Ai-thurW., D.S.O., R.A.M.C. 

1892. Hooper, Geo. Henry J as., Sutton. 

1883. Hooper, Henry Walpole, Seven oaks. 
1858. Hooper, .Tohn Hy., Auckland, N. Z. 
1903. Hooper, Tiionel Swinton, Rlackheath. 
1852. Hooper, TiUr-as G'eorge, Army. 
18(51. Hooper, Ivibt. William. 

1893. Hooton, Alfred, I. M.S. 

1S89. Hooton, Wm. Arthur, Mfinchester. 
1874. Hopcroft, Thomas Fay. 
1 905. II()pe,Chas. Wm. ^leAxeXwwu.Neivcastle. 
189(5 Hope, Edwd. Culbertson, Queensland. 
1864. Hope, Fredk. Samuel. 
1886. Hope, Geo]-ge, llanwell. 
1S91. Hope, Hubt.Ijinds. Curling, CrnVrZ/o/'^?. 

1895. Hope,.] n. Lam plng-h \\\i'\\.,Addlestone. 
1899. Hope, Percy Lake, Briyhton. 

1875. Hope, Thos. Murray, Ki.mberley. 

1899. Hope, Walter Bayard, Readiny. 
1878. Hope, William More, Gloucester. 

1900. Hopewell, Samuel Prince, Brixton. 
1867. Hopgood, Thos, Fredk,, Sunderland. 
1875. Hopgood, Wm. Chas., Middlesfro. 

1892. Hopkin, Richard, Llam/ad'ock. 

1896. Hopkins, Chas. Hensley, R.A.M.C. 

1858. Hopkins, Edward, Army. 
1867. Hopkins, Frederick. 

1894. Hopkins, Fredk. Gowland, Cambridge. 
1869. Hopkins, John, Westcliff^-on-Sea. 
1882. Hopkins, .John Walter, Leeds. 
1908. Hopkins, Walter Donald, Enliny. 
1896, Hopkins, Walt. Kempsou, R.N. 

1853. Hopkins, William. 

1902. Hopkins, Wm. Geo., Warrington-cresc. 
1896. Hopkinson, Emilius, D.S.O., Gainhia. 
1872. Hopper, Arthur Richard, Liverpool. 

1895. Hopton, Ralph, Leeds. 

1854. Ilopwaiod, Edwin James, late Army. 

1895. Hora, Juhan, Selly Oak. 

1896. Horder, Thos, .Teeves, Harley-street. 
1889. Hore, Ernest Wickham, I. M.S. 

1885, Hore,Harry St,G.Standish,7^.^.i)f . C. 
1900. Horley, Richard Rothwell, R.N. 
1854, Horley, Wm. Lewis, Woking. 

1889. Hormusji, Sorab Cowasji, Bombay. 

1897. Ilornabrook, Rupert AValt., ^\ Aust. 
1902. Horn, Andrew Ferguson, SmUhporL 
1899. Horn, Axthur Edwin, Forest-hill. 
1884. Hornby, Thomas Edmund, Morley. 
1866. Home, Ed w aid, Walling/ord. 
1904. Home, Harold Forster ,Ba/-nsley. 
1899. Home, Maynard, Notting^iam-plaee.. 

1886. Iloraer, Chas. .Tulian, Walthamstow. 
1906. Horner, Norman Gerald, Tonbridge. 
1895. Horner, Wm. Ernest I^., Stoke-on-T. 

1859. Horniblow^ Wm, Robt,, Ljeamington. 
1863. Horridge, Albert Cross, 

1890. Horrocks, Herbert, Rerih, W. Aust. 

1893. Horrocks, John Ernest, Liverpool. 
1877. Horrocks, Peter, Brook- street. 

1882. Horrocks,William Heaton, KA.M.C. 
1895. Horseman, Frederick, Whitley Bay. 
1869. Horsey, Alfred John, Canada. 
1854. Horsfall, .la'^. Smith, Sowerby-bridge. 
1882, Horsnai, Thoi/ias, Bedale. 
1890. Ilorsfield, AVilliara, Newcastle-on-T, 

1871. Horsford, Jos. Alph., Lotig Melford. 
1859. Horsley, Henry, Croydon. 

1902. Hort, Frederick Avlmer, Nice. 
1895. Horton, James Henry, D.S.O., LM.S. 

1894. Horton, Thomas, Torquay. 

1 872. Horton. Walter, Wahall. 




189."). ITorton, Wult. irarMaiid, Wahall. 
]8y3. ]lorli)ii-SniitJi,P.,M.\'.(J.,7>yoy/ii/i.-5^ 
18U5. llorwjcli, David, Johannesbury, 
1871. Ilosegood, Samuel, iSwinton. 

1887. Hosegood, Sainl. Price, N. Wuhliam. 
1905. Ilosford, Alfred Stroud, Finchley. 

1894. Ilosford, Arth. IloUoway, Leeds. 

1895. Ilosford, .John Slruiid, >St. Jatncs^s-pl. 
1869. Hosford, Thos. Stroud, I'Mstbonnie, 
1898. Hosken, Jas. Gerald Fayna-, Brazil. 
1882. Hosker, James Atkinson, liosconihe. 
1879., Tlieophilu.s, A))i/iin\-<t-})(irk. 
1871. Iloskiniir, Ktlu'lbert, Turner^ s-hill. 

1888. Ilosking, .Jn. Edwd. Francis, i\\«S'. W. 
1873. Hosking, Wm. \i{i\\vy,Masterton,N.Z. 
1845. Iloskins, Abraham, Sutton Coldjield. 
1858. Iloskin.s, Edmond .John, I. M.S. 

1907. lloskvn, Charles Keu"., Bedford. 
1879. Iloskyn, Donald Teinpletoii, B.X. 
1800. Ilostetter, John, Canada. 

1891. Hotchkis, 1-Jobt, Dunmore, Paisley. 

1900. lIoLop, Francis Rudolph, Hiinter-d. 
189-3. lloufton, Ernest Henry, Ma/f</ield. 

J 878. Hough, Charles Henry, Ambleside. 

1881. Houghton, Frank E. C., Headinyton. 
J 893. Houghton, Leonard F., Weston.-s.-M. 
1893. Houghton, Murtaugh Jas., Ilford. 

] 902. Houghton, Xorris Xoruuui A.,Croydo7i. 

1887. Houghton, Philip Arth., LuidJieUL 
1875. Houlbrook, Edward, ILetulou. 

1901. Houlbrook, \\'m. Edwd., Bradwell. 

1879. Houlgrave, Augustine, Liverpool. 

1908. Houlton, Jose Leightou, St.Georqe's-h. 
1886. Ilounsell, Fdk. Claude W., Weobley. 
1895. Hounstield, S. Couplaud, Stownuirket. 

1888. House, Fredk. Maurice, V/est Austr. 
1875. llovell, Thos. Mark, Harley-street. 

1893. Hoveudeu, Arthur Cecil, East Slieen. 

1894. Hovenden, Gerald Stanley, Barnes. 

1882. How, George Henry, JIamnt. 

1893. Howard, Arth. Dashwood, Hampton. 
1891. Howard, Arth. Walters, Maidenhead. 
1854. Howard,Chas.Aldcrol"t,J/f//?<:7/es^^v-->-(/. 

1902. Howard, Chas. Reginald, Jl'oolstou. 
1897. Howard, Edwin, Mevayissey. 

1908. Howard, Ernest Henry, Xc/son, X.Z. 

1880. Howard, Heaton Clark, Ciapham-rd. 

1879. Howard, Henry, Vietoria. 

1903. Howard, James, Hyde. 

1867. Howard, James, Sheffield., X.Z. 
18i)3, Howard, Jn. Alexander, Uj). Norwood. 
1902. Howard, Josepli Louis, California. 

1880. Howard, Robt. Xesbit, Ookiep, Cape. 

1894. Howard, Vincent, Buckinyham. 

1883. Howard, Wilfred, New Bnekenham. 

1904. Howard, Wni. Ilenrv, Caledonian-rd. 

1905. Howarth, Walter Goklie, St. Thos.-h. 



























































Ilowat, George Rutland, Uanipsfead. 
Howden, Cha.s. I'Jruest, Ofayo, X.Z. 
Howe, Geo. JJradley, Stah/bridye. 
Howe, Joseph Duiican. l^esftm. 
Howe, LucieiL, Buffalo, U.S.A. 
Howell, Alfred, Cardiff. 
Howell, Arth. Aiitliony, Wrexfiam. 
Howell, Conrad .M, \\.,Queen Anne-st. 
Howell, Francis Musgrave, Torquay. 
Ho well, Fdk, Duke (T\vynne,7i!.^.J/,C'. 
Howell, Hector Liouel, li.A.M.C. 
Howell, .lames HoniKdl, Hanwell. 
Howell, Jas. Jiromley, Wandsu)(n-fh. 
Howell, Robert lul ward, Middleshro\ 
Howell, Stephen Yates, Buffalo. 
Howell, Thoma.s. 

Howell, Thomas Arth. Ives, Putney. 
Howell, Trevor, Barnsley.. 
llowells, Jenkin, Bridyend. 
Ilowells, John, Llanelly. 
Howells, Howell Tylford, Baryoed. 
Howes, Geo. Edkins, Donni/hrook. 
llowitt, Alfd. Rakewell, St. Thus.-h. 
Ilowitt; Henry, Guelph, Canada. 
Howitt, Hy. Grton, (ruclph, Canada. 
Ho witt,JohnFritz \y\]lmm,Manor-pk. 
Howitt. Joseph flenry, Chester. 
llowitt, Wm. Adlingtou, XottinyJunn. 
Ilowkins, Cyril Henry, Birminyhani. 
Howland, Goldwin Wm., Toronto. 
Ilowlett, Ber, Featherstone, Kinyston. 
Howse, Alfred CXswald, Sydney.' 
Howse, Arthur Edward, Torquay. 
Howse, Francis Robert, Falcon-road, 
Howse, Frederic, Barnsley. 
Ilowsin, Edward Arthur, Goole. 
lloyland, Stanley Stenton, Ipswich. 
Hoyle, James Collings, Uphani. 
Hoyle, John, Brierfidd. 
Hoyle, Thos. Elkanah. 
Hoyle, William Evans, Manchester. 
Hoysted, Liouel Norton, Victoria. 
Hoyten, Wm. James, W. Gorton. 
Hubbard, Adrian Russell F., Manch. 
Hubbard, Arth. John, W. Ealiny. 
Hubbard, Daniel Lovett, Italy. 
Hubbard, James Punter, Bloxwich. 
Hubbard, Walt. Lovett, Edenbridye. 
Hubbersty, Robt. Stephen, .S/i-z/r^^-r/^/^YA 
II ubert, \\'illiam XvlXwu^liilUuyshurst. 
Hubert, Wm. Henry, Billiny.'ihurst. 
Huckle, Arth. 11> . Headlev, Tlastinqs. 
II udleston, Wilfrid iOdwd.', H.A.M'. C. 
Hudson, Arthur, DawlisJi. 
Hudson, Arthur Ryrn, Cobhani. 
Hudson, Arthur Cort. 




























































Hudson, Augustine Hy., Plaistow. 
Hudson, l^ernard, New Cavendish-st. 
Hudson, Chas. Tilson, I. M.S. 
Hudson, CoiTie, D.lS.O., I. M.S. 
Hudson, Edmund, CheUea. 
Hudson, Ernest Arthur, JRoi/al Navy. 
Hudson, Frank Horace, Brivton. 
Hudson, George, Scarboron(/h. 
Hudson, Henry, Wimborne. 
Hudson, James, Nelson, N. Z. 
Hudson, John, Bradford. 
Hudson, Jn. ISanil., Bulitnanstvorfh. 
Hudson, Osborne Henderson, Sheffield. 
Hudson, Theodore Joseph, Leeds. 
Hudson, Thomas Watson, Booth. 
Huelin, Lewis William, Jersey. 
Hues, Frank, Handswcrth. 
Huggins, Godfrey M., Berhhawpsted. 
Huggins, Saml. Tillcott, Kiyhhury. 
Huggins, Sydney Penrose, Putney. 
Hughes, Adolphus James. 
Hughes, Benj. Augustus, 'S/. Vincents. 
Hughes, Burroughs M., Wymondhayn. 
Hughes, Cecil Hugh M., Wimpole-st. 
Hughes, David Arth., Ammanford. 
Hughes, Havid Morgan, Abercarn. 
Hughes, DavidWatkin, Wymondham. 
Hughes, Ednmud Octavius,Zo?/<///Yo?i. 
Hughes, Edward Lucas, Liverpool. 
Hughes, Ernest Wm. Shaw, Halifax. 
Hughes, Frank Percival. Arlesey. 
Hughes, Geoffrey W. G., B.A.M.C. 
Hughes, Geo. Osborne, Harvey-rd.., N. 
Hughes, Guy, Macclesfield. 
Hughes, Hy. Milner, Stocldon-on-T. 
Huglies, Henry Spencer, iJ/rmmc/^am. 
Hughes, Hugh, Penrhyn Deudraeth. 
Hughes, Hugh Spenct-r, Lewes. 
Hughes, James Bradley. Liverpool. 
Hughes, Jas. Brierley, Maccle^^Jield. 
Hughes, .Ino. j^rierley, Macclojield. 
Hughes, John Douglas, Boyal Navy. 
Hughes, John Evans, Nevin. 
Hughes, Jolm Howl, Ombersley. 
Hughes, John Robert, Denbiyh. 
Hughes J(jhn Thomas. 
Hughes, Leslie Edwd., Cirencester. 
Hughes, Morgan, Croydon. 
Hughes, Norman Alex. A., Calverley. 
Hughes, Pringle, Wanderers'' Clvb. 
Hughes, Richard, Ilitchin. 
Hughes, Richd. David. 
. Hughes, Robert, Stoke-on- T. 
Hughes, Robert, LJanfairfechan. 
, Ply/nonth. 

Hughes, Robert Harrv, 

1895. Huglies, Robert Thomas, Birkenhead. 
1857. Hughes, Roger, Bala. 

1885. Hughes, Samuel, Southampto7i. 
1897. Hughes, Sidney, Cla/j/ia»i-paj-k, S.W. 
1893. Hughes, Thos. Clarke, Lewisfiam. 

1900. Hughes, Thos,H.Jas.Ellis,6rr«/2^e-o-cS-. 
1851. Hughes, Thos. John. 

1905. Hughes, Thomas Martin, Bowdon. 

1879. Hughes, ThomasMont., 7/ay///.sww/A. 
1890. Hughes, Wilfrid Kent, Melbourne. 
1869. Hughes, Wm., Carnarvon. 

1903. Hughes, Wm. Stanley, Aberayron. 
1884. Hugill, George Frederick, BalJiain. 
1895. Hugo, Jame^ Henry, D.S.O., LM.S. 

1855. Hugoe, William Pvlle, Treu-ithian. 

1890. Hulbert, Ernest Beddoe, Welbeck-st. 
1 889. Hulbert, H enr}^ Harper, Weynwiith-st. 

1901. Hulbert, Hy. Louis Vov,'ki\\,l)eansyate. 

1891. Hulbert, Jos. George, LM.S. 
1859. Huleatt, John Arthur. 

1886. Hulke, Fredk. Backhouse, Deal. 

1897. Hull, Alfred John, B.A.M.C. 
1893. Hull, Henrv Woolcott, B.N. 

1882. Hull, Walter, Armidale, N.S. W. 
1865. Hulme, Saml. James. 

1903. Humby, Daniel Morgan, Neivyate-st. 

1898. Humby, William John, Bloemfontein. 

1906. Hume, Douglas Walter, Hackney. 
1876. Hume, Fdk. Nutcombe, N. W. Hasp. 
1862. Hume, Jas. Denham, Nova Scotia. 
1853. Hume, John. 

1861. Hume, J. Compton, Nova Scotia. 
1905. Hume, Norman IlMliburlon, LM.S. 

1880. Hume, Walt. Augustus, Clapton. 
1859. Humpage, Benj. Hill. 

1881. Humphery, Francis Wm.,0/^.s/o^6'-/7c?^^ 
1884. Humphreys, Charles Evan, Llanfair. 

1856. Humphreys, Chas. Jones. 

1883. Humphreys,ChH8.Style, W.K''<.inyton. 

1884. Humphreys, Francis li., LLimpstead. 
1888. Humphreys, Geo. Herbert. 

1872. Humphreys, Henry, Torquay. 

1861. Humphrevs, Matthew Hale, Hover. 

1873. Humphreys, Rbt.Wm.,. Vict-LJ^k.-rd. 
1881. Humphreys, William Can, Swansea. 
1895. Humphris, Francis Howard, Hawaii. 
1891. Humphry, Arth. Dumville, Benyal 

1862. Humphry, Clms. Henry, Chislehurst. 

1893. Humphry, Edward Scott, W. Aust. 

1885. Humphry, Ernest, Queenslatid. 
1849. Humphry, John, Aylesbury. 
1879. Humphry, Laurence, Cambridge. 
1898. Humphry, Lawrence, R.A.M'.C. 
1904. Humphry, Philip Re^.., Chichester. 
1875. Humphry, Reginald, Chichester. 
1904. Humphry, Robt. Ernest, Aylesbury. 

1894. Hunnard, Arthur, Mans/icld. 




18G1. Ilunstone, Georjre, Bluchjwol. 

1899. lIunt,AlbertWm.Uuniiiu<2:, Chagford. 

1889. Hunt,Arth.Hy.\Vm., Wolverhampton. 
1878. Hunt, Edgar Atlee, Colchester. 

1897. Himt, Kdwd. Lewis, Assam. 
1883. Hunt, Edwin Guy, Stafford. 

1893. Hunt, Ernest, Neicton Ahhot. 

1898. Hunt, Ernest Rivaz, Hoce. 

1877. Hunt, Geo. Angus, Stoke Xe whiff ton. 

1894. Hunt, Geo. l^ertraiu, Scarhorouf/h. 
18oo. Hunt, Geo. Dawson, Htuhou!^ Bay Co. 
1897. Hunt, Geo. Henry, San lienio. 
1803. Hunt, Henry John, Harrof/ate. 
1881. Hunt, Howard Wrangham, Andover. 

1875. Hunt, John Aspinall, Borroicash. 

1900. Hunt, John William, Transvaal. 

1876. Hunt, Joseph Wm., Upper Clapton. 
1902. Hunt, Lawrence Chas., R.N. 
1873. Hunt, Richard, Leeds. 

1877. Hunt, Robert, Blackburn. 
1897. Hunt, Spencer, I.M.S. 
1900. Hunt, Sydney, Spondon. 

1870. Hunt, Thomas Henry, Manchester. 
1867. Hunt, William Alfred, Yeovil. 
1877. Hunter, Christian Bernard, I.M.S. 
1896. Hunter, Clem. Harris, Siuansea. 

1883. Hunter,Geo.Dougl.,I>.*S'.0.,ie..4. J/. C. 
1885. Hunter, Geo. Ilolbrev, Kaiujhlerj. 

1890. Hunter, Geo. VeatesCdbb, I.M.S. 
1905. Hunter, Mark Oliver, Bijde. 
1902. Hunter, Percy Douglas, Rellincjhi. 
1875. Hunter, Rbt. Hope Alston, Watchet. 

1884. Hunter, Rbt. Rankin, Birminffham. 
1883. Hunter, William, Harleif-st. 
1883. Huntington, William, S. Andrew's. 

1893. Huntley, Edgar, Sudburij. 
1861. Huntlev, Robt. Elliott, Jarrow. 

1885. Hunton. Alfd. William, Birkdak. 
1885. Hurlbutt, Spencer, Old Burlinfftim-st. 
1852. Hurley, Michael. 

1863. Hurlstone, M artinde Gal way. A" ?^-ooc/. 
1882. Hurry, Jamieson Boyd, Reading. 

1894. Husband, Frank, Crorcland. 
1866. Husband, Henry Aubrey, Jamai'a. 
1881. Husband, John Chas. Radclyire,7?/)>o/<. 
1851. Husband, Thomas, Madras. 

1877. Husband, Walt. Edward, Bath. 
1887. Hn -bands, Harold Wessen, Taxnton. 
1894. Huskinson, Harold, R.X. 
1900. Hussey, Bertram Fowler, Harlesden. 
189t). Husse}^ James, Farnham. 
1899. Hutchens,HaroldJn.,Z>.^.0.,A'"c«.s^/f. 
1897. Hutcheson, George, I.M.S. 
1886. Hutcheson, James, Edinhurgh. 
1857. Hutcheson, Robt. Wm., New York. 
1874. Hutchings,Edwd..Tn.,r///?6r/f/yf Wlls. 
1869. Hutchins, William Daniel. 

1906. Hutchinson, Cyril Bertram, Legion. 
F^9l. Hutchinson, Cyril (ieorgo, S<mfh'ira. 

1859. Hutchinson, Francis B\nke., Hoiiohda. 
1895. Hutchinson, Fredk. A. St(;wart, IL>rr. 

1898. Hutchinson, Fredk. Ernest, Leircsfrr. 

1899. Hutchinson, Geo. Arnold, Lirorpool. 
1861. Hutchinson, .John Hanley, Cattrrick. 
1875. Hutchinson, Joseph, Fairlcg. 

1883. Hutchinson, Jos. A., Xorthallert^m. 
1889. Hutchinson, Ri)ger Jacks. ,Jirw/t'mtr^. 
1902. Hutchinson, lliomas, Caniutck. 

1893. Huthwaite, Wm. IIv. Jos., CV//j^ Col. 

1894. Hutley, Wm. Charles, Withcrnsea. 
1871. Hiitson, Charles, Barbadoe.^. 
1905. Hiitt, Cecil Willian, Richmond. 
1888. Ilutt, Charles Edward, Tottenham. 
1899. Hutt, Ilerbt. Augustus, Sglhct, India. 
18:)6. Hutton, Albert l^dward, Zrfv/.s. 
1875. Hutton, Edwin Rutlierford, Toitetdim. 
1899. Hutton, Eustace, Rhgl. 

1852. Hutton, George Allan, Leamington. 
1888. Hutton, Jas. Alfred, Scarborough. 
1892. Hutton, James William, Leeds. 

1887. Hutton, Johii, Aldcrsgate. 

1879. Huxley, Frank Earle, Birmingham. 

1888. Huxley, Henry, Leinster-gdns. 

1860. Huxlev, James Usher, 7^on/uai/. 
1891. Huxtable, Arth. Edwin, Redh'ill. 
1905. Huxtable, Richard Rossiter, Rfdhill. 
1908. Huvssen,Chas.W.,.S/'rt;/(/*'>v/-Z>;v)(*7,-.-rtv. 
1873. Hyatt, Jas. Taylor, Shepton Mallet. 
1902. Hyde, Edwin, Soufhamptoti. 

1854. Hyde, G. Clarence, Ladisimth, Natal. 
1860. Hyde, George Edwin. Southampton. 

1896. Hyde, Harry Feeney, IJ'orthing. 

1865. Hyde, Henry, Eiding. 

1866, Hyde, John Knowier, EaiTs Barton. 
1854. Hyde, John Martin, late Armg. 

1897. Hyde, Reg. Henrv, Kingston. 
1870. Hyde, William Derby, 'iVifneg. 
1857. Hyde, Wm. Edward, iVorcester. 
1865. Hyland, Ja*. Kip.ran. 

187(). Hyne, Fredk. Alexander. »SY. Maues. 
1873. Hynes, Alfd. Mortimer, Co. Clare. 
1896. liyiies, Ernest Jermyu, Edinhane. 

1869. FAnson, Wm. A., Nen-caatle-on-T. 
1903. Ibbotson, William, Brixton. 
1887. Iddon, Thos. Whittaker, Southport. 
1886. Iddon, William Henrv, Southport. 
1902. leyers, Osburne, R.A.M.C. 
1907. lies, Alfd. John Hopkinsoii, Taunton. 
1875. lies, Alfred Robert, Taunton. 
1907. lies, Arthur P^rnest, Bristol. 



190o. lies, Charles Edward, Moseleij. 

1883. lliewicz, Ilenrv Frederick, R. Navy. 
I860. Ilifte, Charles Webb, Coventry. 
1907. IllesiDg-he,Rchd.deSilva,j&«f/67e?/7A-s^. 
1892. llliugtoii, Edmond Moritz, l.M.S. 
1859. Illingworth, John Alfred, Army. 
1900. lUius, Henry Warwick, I.M.IS. 
1900. llHus, John Warwick, l.M.S. 
1891. Ilott, Arth. Talman, Rainhill. 
19U6. Ilott, Cyril Herbert Thos., Biomley. 
1874. Ilott, Herbert James, Bromley. 

1 871. lmage,FrancisEdwd.,i^?/ry*S'.^(:?«2Ws 

1872. Imlach, Francis, Liverpool. 

1904. im Thurn, Robt.iMackenzie,>S'yc?£'w7/«m. 

1854. Ince, John, Sivanley. 

1868. Inches, Peter i\., N. Brmisimck. 

1900. luchley, r)rlando, Louyhhorouyh. 

1902. Ind, Charles Uncles, Leivisham. 
]896. Inlield, Stephen, Hyde. 

1885. Ingle, Arnold Clarkson, Camhriclye. 
1899. Ingle, Charles Durban, Somerton. 

1886. Ingleby-Mackenzie,K.\V., Ryde,I. W. 
1847. Ingles, Jn. Chamberlayne, R. Navy. 
1856. Inglis, Cornelius. 

1868. Inglis, Walter William, Hove. 

1904. Ingouville, John Geo., EarVs-court. 
1881. Ingoldby, Fredk. John, W, Australia. 

1898. Ingram, Alexander, Edinhnryh. 
3900. Ingi-am, Arthur Charles, l.M.S. 

1876. Ingram, Ernest Fortescue, Natal. 

1899. Ingram, Percy Cecil Parker, Neuyort. 

1903. Ingram, Thos. Lewis, TVelford. 
1898. Inkson, Edgar Thos., \. C. ', R. A.M. C. 
]906. Inman, Harold Mundee, Earl s-court. 

1877. Inman, Robt. Edward, Hi y ham. 

1884. Innes. Chas. Barclay, Welliiiyton, N.Z. 
1880. Innes, Ilenrv Jas. Dempster, N.S. W. 

1896. Innes, Hubert, l.M.S. 

1S03. Inness,Wm. Jas. Deacon, Golden-lane. 

1885. Inniss, Benjamin James, R.A.M.C. 

1901. Instone, Bradney, Addisun-road. 
1893. Instone, Noel, Addison-road, W. 
1877. Instone, Samuel Vaughan, Chisioick. 
1903. Iredell, Altred William, R.N. 
1903. Iredell, Charles Edward, Giiy's-liosp. 
1871. Iredell, Chas. Lesingham JM., Victoria. 

1897. Ireland, Archibald Edwd., W. Indies. 

1905. Ireland, James Aubrey, LireriJool. 
1864. Ireland, John Roaf, Wiyau. 
]892. Ireland-Smith, Norman, 7i*..Y. 

1906. Ironside, Reg. Wm., Fitz/(Jin''s-av. 
1884. Irvin, Frederic David, Preston. 
1880. Irvin, Joseph Henry, Lancaster. 
1854. Irvine, Alexander, Kintore, NB. 
1890. Irvine, Arth. Gerard, Birmi)iy]tam. 
1875. Irvine, DelaAvaro Lewis, R.A.M.C. 
1883. Irving, Duncan Bell, Brit. Colombia. 


1895. Irving, William, Christchnrch, N.Z. 
1853. Irwin, Chauncey Graves, Army. 

1876. Irwin, John Arthur, Neio York. 
1905. Irwin, John Robert, Endsleiyh-ydns. 
1851. Irwin, Wm. Thomas. 

1904. Isiiac, Charles Leonard, Swansea. 
1908. Isaac, Ernest Emrys, Carmartlien. 
1859, Istance, Richard, Netvport. 
1890. Ivatts, Edgar Reginald, Blackburn. 

1877. Ivens, A. Somers, Bildeston. 
1907, Ivers, John Gladstone, Earnivorth. 
1900. Izard, Arnold Woodford, NewZcaUind. 

1896. Izard, Herbert Edward, Birminyliam. 


1861. Jaap, John. 

1907. Jack, Wm. Andrew Morton, Duhcich. 
1878. Jackman, Geo. Fredk., Brockenhnrst. 
1884. Jackson, Allnn Heslop, (fape Totvn. 
1883. Jackson, Arthur Molyneux, Raaciift. 
1889. JacksoUjBasilFdc. FoYYestev,Briy/iton. 
1868. Jackson, Edward, Darlinyton. 
1876. Jackson, Edwin, Manchester. 

1895. Jackson, Francis '^ey mowr, Aberdovcy . 
1902, Jackson,FraucisWillan,iL/«rA"('f7iV/.vc??. 
1902. Jackso)), Fredk. Douglas S., Elthani. 
1866. Jackson, Fredk. William. 

1878. Jackson, Geo. Henry, Eastbourne. 
1901. JacksoUjHaroklEdgarAtheL, Victoria. 
1897. Jackson, Harold Hart, Eastleiyh. 
1863. Jackson, Henry ^^ illau, Sydney. 

1896. Jackson, Herbt. William, Middlesbro\ 
1871. Jackson, James, Barnshury. 

1861. Jackson, James, Victoria. 

1882. Jackson, John Charles, Fulham. 
1856. Jackson, Jn.Hughlings,>.l/^///r//^'.sYr/'--s-(7. 
1842. Jackson, John Thumas, Hampsiead. 

1883. Jackson, John Wm,, Winchmore-hill. 
18(?0. Jackson, JMark, Fvrley. 

1884. Jackson, Percy Vaughan, R. Navy. 
1875. Jackson, Philip John, fjt. IJover-st. 

1892. Jackson, Richd, Houlion, Baketcell. 
1884, Jackson, Richd. Arth. ,A7r/i&?/J/oor.s/o'^. 
1875. Jackson, Robt. Alex., Nottvny-hill. 
1859. Jackson. Thomas. 

1878. Jackson, Thomas, Thornton Heath. 

1862. Jackson, Thomas Creswick. 

1896. Jackson, Thomas Leonard, Cheadle. 

1893. Jack=on, Thomas Sparks, Carter-lane. 
1871. Jackson, Thomas William, Charley. 

1897. Jackson, A\'ilfrid Anth.L., Smethtvick. 
1855. Jackson, Wilham. 

1899. Jackson, Wm. Ferriday, Manchester. 
1868. Jackson, Wm.Fdk. ^lai'sh, Smethicick. 
1901. Jackson, AVm. Tavlor, Hay duck. 




188: J. 

Jack^^o; -Taylor, l^asil .Tu. F., Lli/.sK'eit. 
Jacob, Artlj. ilildcbiiiiid, JLA.M.C. 
Jacob, Frank Ilarwood, NottiiKjhdvi. 
Jacob, Henry (larrai-d, Poxje. 
Jacob, iSorinan liienicr Vicar.s, ii*.i\". 
Jacob. Sainnel. 

Jacobs, llcnry Kalpb, Banhiinj. 
Jacobsen, Geo. Oscar, Luttencorth. 
Jacobson, Sidney Dattner, Vi('7uia. 
Jaconib-Ilood, Clias. Jii., liritiJiton. 
Jacques, Fdwin, Grays hnt-sfjudrc. 
.laHc, Cliaa. Samson, iSuthcrland-dv. 
Jalie, Jacob Isaac, ^S". Shichh. 
Jager, Harold Julius, llolland-pk. 
J ago, Ashley Tilsed, St. Jiuri/nn. 
Ja<ro, Charles Sprajrue, Ldfdtford. 
J ago, Jul win Osborne, CadisJwdd. 
Jagi), Fdk'. Wni. Pearce, St. Gcnnans. 
J ago, Thomas, Bartishun/. 
.lago, Thos. Dinnen, Liverpool- rd. 
Jrtgo, Wm. .John, Barn.'^hury. 
Jaliius, Percy Septinuus, JJdr/ct/sf. 
Jakins, William ^\)sper, Victoria. 
James, Alfred, Jiif/r/Ieswade. 
James, Algernon Meyjiclc A., Wnusford 
James, Arthur ^^'m., Ghtfcester-terr. 
James, Charles, Moj/al Aaoi/. 
James, Chas. Alfred, Stainford-hilL 
James, Clias. Henry, I. M.S. 
James, Chas. Wilmol Wanklyu, Clifton 
James, Cyrus, Marlborottf/Zt. 
James, Coram L. Stuart, JVUlesden. 
James, Edward. 

James, Ernest Wm., Attlehorouyh. 
James, Fredk. Chas, JIarlesfon. 
James, Fredk. "William, Eali)i(j. 
James, Gwilym Prosser \\'., Penarth. 
James, Henry Daniel, ii\.4.J/. C 
James, Henry Walter, Cambericell. 
James, Herbert, Leeds. 
James, .John. 

James, John, JAanjihamiel. 
.fames, John, Fluvixtcad-rommon. 
James, John Angell, Bristol. 
James, John Rees, Clifton. 
James, Jos. Brindley, Hnnintersmith. 
James, Leo Edward, late. li.X. 
James, !Moses Prosser, Kensington. 
James, Philip, Forthcdirl. 
James, Philip Wm., F<'l/idm-st.,S.\y. 
James, Robt. Blake, llinu/erford. 
James, Robt. Rutson, St. Geo-Jiosp. 
James, Rupert, Johanncshury. 
James, Samuel, Gtcann-Cdcyuricen. 
James, Stanlake, India. 
Jame>, Sydney Price, I. M.S. 
James, Thomas, Moonta, S. Australia. 




.lames, Walt. Culver, Marlors-i-oad. 
James, Walter j!]volyn, Ac/rhridye. 
James, Wm. .Abel, Cwmbran. 
James, William Morgan, Xc/rjjort. 
.lame.soUjArcliibald Douglas, 7l../. J/. C/ 
Jameson, Geo. Ht;rl)ert, Lcatnimjton. 
Jameson, Ihuupden (iurney. 
J ameson , I A»ai iderS tarr,C . I } . , Kim b'lej/. 
Jameson, liobtirt William, franscauL 
Jiimieson, Harold Hry, Shcffitld. 
Jamieson, Rob(!rt, Brodick, A. />. 
Jamieson, Sydiu^y, Si/dnei/, A.S. If^. 
Januialiomed, Ilabibmia 1., Bombaif. 
Jfiques, John Warren, Itanmjatv. 
Jaquet, John Ijewis, Sonthuark. 
.Tardine, John Lee, Ilohnwood. 
Jardine, Pobert, Glasgow. 
Jarrett, Michael Lewis, Sierra Lame. 
Jarvis, Charles (^reorge, Paris. 
Jarvis, John, Bath. 
Jarvis, Joseph Hy, Ernest, Prned-st. 
Jarvis, Wm. Chas., SoHtlianijitini-st. 
Jay, Fdk. Fitzherbert, Constifnal Clnb. 
Jay, Henry Mason, ChippenJuon. 
Jayakar, Atujaram Sadashiva, I. M.S. 
.Taynes, Fredk. John, Kettcriny. 
Jaynes, Victor Alexander, Ja))iaica-rd. 
Jays, Tom, Ch. Mission a ri/-h , E.G. 
Jeaffreson, Geo. Cordy, Framlinyham. 
Jeaffreson, Horace, Wdndsn-urtli. 
Jeati'reson, John Leslie, SJiankli/i. 
Jeans, Alfred Xorman, Birkenhead. 
Jeans, Francis Austen, R X. 
Jeans, Joseph Henry, B(dhurst, 
Jeans, Thos. Tendron, li.N. 
Jeeves, John, Shejffield. 
Jeeves, Wm. Young, Arv}\/. 
Jett'coat, James Henry, Surbitoyi. 
Jefferies, Horace, Bolton. 
Jefferiss, Fredk. Burroughs, Chatham. 
Jeff eriss, Iain Mackinnon, Crotcthorne. 
Jerterson, Arthur John, Bochdale. 
Jefferson, Robert Pickering, llore. 
J ellerson,Thos. Je wison, J/.- Weiyhton. 
.lefferson, William Dixon, Pipcn. 
Jetf'ery, Charles Chimmo, Putney. 
Jeftery, Thomas Walter. B.N. 
Jeffree, Frank, Clapt<m-sq. 
Jeffreys, Alfred, Briton Ferry. 
JertVeys, Hbt. Castelman, Grosv. Club. 
Jettreys-Powell, Jii. Powell, Brecon. 
Jeken, James, Elthdni. 
Jekvll, Lewis Nugent, Ijeytondone. 
Jellicoe, Stanley Coleman, Tolncs. 



1896. Jelly, George Aubrey, Bun/. 
1894, Jenkins, Arthur Wm., Hinckleif. 

1882. Jenkins, Edwd. Johnstone, Si/dney. 

1901. Jenkins, Evan Llewellyn, Hinckley. 
1904. Jenkins, Henry HoUis, Bromhij. 
1894. Jenkins, Herbt. Thos., Fenmatnmawr. 
184o. Jenkins,STrJames,K.C.B.,7i?yya/Aar//. 

1884. Jenkins, John, Royal Nary. 

1902. Jenkins, John, Hammersmith Infirm. 
1893. Jenkins, John David, Rhonrlda. 

1892. Jenkins, Jn.Elystau Morris, JFimhledou 
18o4. Jenkins, Jn. Thos., Prince Edward I. 
1908. Jenkins, Nelson West, Bromley. 
1907. Jenkins, Richard 't^ydiwe.y, Kensington. 

1893. Jenkins, Thos. John Price, Hill<-])1 ace. 

1906. Jenkins. Thomas Jones, Henllar. 
1861. Jenkyns, Charles. 

1907. Jenuer, Arthur Gordon, Liverpool. 
1886. Jennings, Edgar, I. M.S. 

1878. Jennings, Edward, (Jhristchurcli, N.Z. 
1873. Jennings, J. Downes. 

1897. Jennings, Richd. Edwd. Wm., Grays. 

1883. Jennings, Robert. 

1882. Jennings, Wm. Ishwvco, Jarro7v-on-T. 
1873. Jennings, William Oscar, Fans. 
1901. Jensen, Ernest Thos., Devonshij'e-st. 
1858. Jenvey, John Henry, Trinidad. 
1896. Jephcott, Charles, Chester. 
1872. Jepson, Edward, Durham. 
1901. Jepson, Victor Brodie, Walsinyham. 
1901. Jeremy, Harold Rowe, Dulwich. 

1888. Jermaine-Lulham, Fdk. Sidney, Vict. 
1896. Jerman, Arthur Edward, Erith. 

1892. Jerome, Geo. Percv, Suttoyi Cnldfield. 
1880. Jerome, John William, R.A.M.C. 

1885. Jervis, Arthur, York-st. 
1870. Jervis, Charles. 

1884. Jessop, Edward, Hampstead. 

1889. Jessop, John William, Horncastle. 
1877. Jewell, Charles Coleman, Victoria. 
1891. Jewell, Jn. Wm. Frank, Balham. 

1893. Jewell, William Henry, Sfreatham. 
1905. Jewesbury, Reg. Chas., Bayszvater. 

1894. Jimenez, Gerardo, Jialham. 

1902. Jimenez, Ricardo Luis, Costa Rica. 
1894. Job, Henry Percy, Newark-on-T)'ent. 
1852. Job, Samuel, Sandown, I. of IV. 

1885. Joberns, William, Wolverhampton. 
1901. Jobson, Fdk. Cuthbert, Fin-<hury-pk. 

1901. John, Ambrose Hilton, Stoke-on-T. 
1882. John, David, New York, U.S.A. 
1896. John, Thomas, Swansea. 

1866. John, William, Ha?npstead. 

1902. Johns, Chas. Percival, Ontario. 
1900. Johns, Fredk. Arthur, Harroyate. 
1889. Johns, Henry Douglas, Hornsea. 
1888, Johns, John IVancis, Chclioduun. 











































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Johnson, Alfred, Spofforth. 
Johnson, Alfred, Liscard. 
Johnson, Arthur Borough, R.N. 
Johnson, Arthur Jukes, Toronto. 
Johnson, Charles. 
Johnson, Charles Hargitt. 
Johnson, Chas. Henry, Basinydoke. 
Johnson, Claude, Kiny's-heafh 
Johnson, Cottingh'mGreaves,Z?ef//brc?. 
Johnson, David, Worthing. 
Johnson, Edw. Angas, Clarence-gate. 
Johnson, Edward Reg., I. M.S. 
Johnson, Edwd. Thornton, Wrexham. 
Johnson, Edwin C\\?ki^.,Western-dispy. 
Johnson, Fredk. Philipps. 
Johnson, Geo. Arthur, Flumstead. 
Johnson, Geo. Herbert. Teiymmmth. 
J ohuson, Geo. StillingHeet, Savile-roir. 
Johnson, Harold Josse, Gracechurch-st. 
Johnson, Harry Oswin, Is.S. W. 
Johnson, Henry Percival, R.A.M.C. 
Johnson, John Jaroes, Norwich. 
Johnson, John Mountfort, Ijeek. 
Johnson, John Pratt, Devonport. 
Johnson, John Robert, Richmond. 
Johnson, Lawrence Alfd., Norynanton. 
Johnson, Lionel Capper, Leeds. 
Johnson, M. Beauchamp, Henrietta-st. 
Johnson, Obadiah, Lagos. 
.Johnson, Ranee Dreweatt, Edmonton. 
Johnson, Robert George, Foole. 
Johnson, Rbt. Maxwell, Kaffraria. 
Johnson, Samuel Griffith. 

Johnson, Samuel Harvard, Hessle. 

Johnson, Smeeton, Rainhill. 
Johnson, Thomas, Woodsetfoji. 

Johnson, Thomas Mason, Salford. 

Johnson, Thomas Potter. 

Johnson, Thos, Soars, Canterbury. 

Johnson, Valentine^Goode, R.A.M.C. 

Johnson, Walter. 

Johnson, William, Wrexham. 

Johnson, Wm. Boyter, Tf^hiteliall. 

.Johnson, Wm. Henry, Guelph. 

Johnson, Wm . .lerold (jYe{i\es.Bedfo7'd. 

Johnson, William John, Sheff'ord. 

Johnson, Wm. Murray, Valparaiso. 

Johnson, Yorks Hobart. 

Johnston, Alex. Jn. James, R.N. 

Johnston, Andrew Charles, Chiswick. 

.Johnston, Arth. Hanjmersley, Hull. 

Johnston, Benjamin Rigby, Grasmere. 

.Johnston, Chas. Edward. 

Johnston, Chas. Saint, Gloucester. 

.Johnston, Duncan M., Maidstone. 

Cocks, Chcl(cnha?n. 

Johnston, Edwd. 

:mi.m hi: lis. 


l^^*^:'). .Tolniston, (U'o. David, lir. (.'o/onif/ui. 

1V)08. Johnston, Geo. Lfuvsoii H., Hiiilwrtilen. 

1890. Johnston, Geo. Saint, Jiinni/tf/ham. 

I80O. John.-*ton, John. 

1871. Johnston, John, M<i{ihto)w. 

Iit08. Jolmston, John M., ]\'in<Jiniorv-hiU. 

1901. Johnston, Lainhert \.\\ .Jiinn (jhani. 

1883. Johnston, Matthew, lietvlleii. 

189"). Johnston, U.ibt. Mac-tie, 'S'^. Leonards. 

1881. Johnston, Thomas, liuf/hij. 

1897. Jolmston, William, (J. B.. Cape Tou-n. 

1889. Johnstone, John Llovd, Ji'it/an. 

1878. Jollille. Walt. John,'i.s/<^ of Uif/IiL 
1876. Jolly. Uobt. William, PefrrhoroNf/h. 

1886. Jolly, Sydney Blake, SijilctiJiam. 
1883. Jollye,Arth. Dixon, He/nel Hc/np^tead. 
I880. JoUye, Francis Wm., Alresford. 

1887. Jolv, Antoine Maurice, Mauritius. 
1908. Jolly, Robt. Henry lIatten,Pe/fiy7;o;v/. 
1897. Jonas, Herbert Charlton, Barnstaple. 
1876. Jones, Abraham Emrys, Manchester. 

1879. Jones, Albt. Kdwaid, Crickhowell. 
1900. .lones, Alfred, Cardiff'. 

1900. Joues, Alfred Ernest, Harley-st. 
190o. Jones, Alfred Gwilym, Guy s-husp. 
1906. Jones, Altd. Lancelot, Bnpimawr. 
1891. Jones, Alfd. Stanley, Morninytoyi-pl. 
lf^83. Jones, Arthur, yorthallerton. 

1896. Jones, Arthur Bassett, Aberi/stu-yth. 

1880. Jones, Arth. Crosby Brett, Chatham. 
1879. Jones, Arthur Lloyd, OysternumtJi. 

1897. Jones, Arthur Rey-., Leij/h. 

1890. Jones, Arthur 'I'hos., Mountain Ash. 
1808. Jones, Anil. Trefusis. 
1889. Jones, Arth. VVentworth, Wetpnouth. 
1888. Jones, Arth. Wm. Llewelyn, J/rt/-a;:/t>/2. 

1875. Jones, Benjamin, Leiyh. 

1902. Jones, Bernard ^Wtf^on, Smalt Heath. 
189.3. .Tones, Bevino-ton Sydney, 67'. Tootiny. 

1893. Jones, Cecil Herbert, H'. Australia. 

1894. Joues, Charles Albert, Fenarth. 
1907. Jones, Chas. Edwd. Mellersh, Alton. 

1873. Jones, Charles Griffith, Cardiyan. 

1874. Jones, Chas. Morgan, Troedyrhiw. 
1879. Jones, Chas.M.Handfd.,Crtre//^//,vV/^. 

1903. Jones, Charles Owen, Seiv Briyhton. 
1893. Jones, Christopher Lloyd. Dunstable. 
1877. Jones, Cyril Lloyd, Blackfriars-rd. 

1876. Jones, David, SutJierland-av. 
1891. Jones, David Ejrrvn, J^ictoria. 

1877. Jones, I)a\id Johnston, Sutton. 
189;"). Jones, David Lewis, Neath. 
190o. Jones, David Moman, llford. 
1890. Jones, David Thomas, Heeley. 
1873. Jones, Edgar Averay, Fowjdiope. 
1902. Jones, Edwd. Alfred, Winnipey. 
1897. Jones, Edward Shirlev, Birkenhead. 


ISDf). Jones, T'Mwd. Thos., (,'f. Percy-st. 
ls")4. Jones, Edwin. 
I'.HX). Jones, Edwin Clark, Tootiny. 
l90l. Jones, Ernest Williams, Aldridye. 
18")8. Jones, Evan, Aberdare. 
l89l. Jones, Evan, (ioswell-road, \\.C. 
1901. .lout's, ]"]van, fAanybyther. 
1900. .Jones, l*]van Harries, NortJumiptnn. 
189.3, Jones, Evan James Trevor, Aberdare. 
1908. Jones, Evan Rhys, Menai Bridye. 
1889. Joncis, Francis Frederick, Taunton. 
1906. Jones, Francis Samuel, liecelex. 
1894. Jones, Frank Silva, Soulliend-ini-Sca. 
1904. Jones, F'rederic Wood, Enjirld. 
1879. Jones, Frederick Felix, Llanfyllin. 
1896. Jones, Frederick Prvce, 2Seu-fonn. 
1884. Jones, Fdk. Wm. Caton, B.A.M.C. 
18()0. Jones, George. 

1891. Jones, George, Lee, S.E. 

1886. Jones, (leo. Burnett Mander, >Sy7;/^//. 
18()7. Jones, (xeorge Francis, Southend. 

1904. .Jones, George Francis, JIaui/).<tead. 
1879. Jones, Geo. Henry West, Eckinytnu. 
1898. Jones, George Horatio, L>eddinytun. 
1889. Jones, George Mellersh, Alton. 

1892. Jones, George Reginald, Manchester. 

1905. Jones, Grenville Farry, Sydenham. 

1887. Jones, Guy Carleton, Soca Scotia. 

1906. Jones, Harold Emlyn, Toy)ibee-h(dl. 

1884. Jones, Harry Shirley, Droitivich. 
1903. Jones, Hector, yiaesteg. 

1906. .Tones, Flenrv Travers, LjOosc. 
1892. Jones, Hy. H. Averay, Ocean S.S.Co. 
1850. Jones, Henry Wilkin, Calcutta. 
1864. Jones,Hermann Johnston, W<dlinyto?t. 
1887. Jones, Henry John, Lillie-road, S.^^'. 

1892. Jones, Hy. Jn. RutherlVrd, Mare.^JieUl 

1881. Jones, Henry Lew-is, Ilarley-street. 

1893. Jones,Hy.Macnanghton, JV.Hainjsf'd. 

1885. Jones, Herbt. Chas. Walter, Acton. 
1903. Jones, Herbert Stanley, Claphani. 
1854. Jones, Hugh Davis. 

1871. Jones, \\\\<^\-\T\\o^.,IIucknall-2\)rkard. 
1885. Joues, Hugh Edward, Lirerpool. 

1882. Jones, Isaiah Henry, Maida-rale. 

1903. Jones, Ivor Davenport, I.M.S. 
1864. Joues, James, Leivisham. 
1895. Jones, James Evan, Neu-(/uay. 
1873. Joues, James Thomas, JIorn.<ey. 

1 877. Joues, J amesThoresby , Sutherland-av, 
1853. Joues, John, I.M.S. 

1882. Jones, John, Borth. 
1892. Jones, John, Ctydach. 

1904. Jones, John, Xiny/10, China. 
1<'^87. Joues, John Arnallt. Aberavon. 
1876. Joues, John Day, (it. Tcrrinyt<m. 

1883. Jones, John Edwd. L^vaus, Cardiff". 




18o7. Joues, .Timlin Edwards, Dohjdhj. 
1907. Jones, John Elliiig-ton, Bristol. 

1899. Jones, John ilenrv, R.N. 

1883. Jones, John Hervey, Readimj. 

1896. Jones, John Howard, Anipthill-sq. 

1897. Jones, John Llewelyn, Lnton. 
l88o. Joues, Jn. Lh\vd Thomas, I. M.S. 

1900. Jones, .John Puyh, Bdnnoutli. 
186-4:. Jones, John Talfourd, Frynhury. 
1864. Jones, John William, Coleshill. 
1874. Jones, Lewis, Florence, 

1899. Jones, Lewis, Vuvjnh. 

1892. Jones,Llew.CT.Dwaiiydd,iS'?rftw,sco»«^e. 
1856. Jones, Melville Georg^e, Army. 

1895. Jones, Murray Parry, R.N. 
1904, Jones, Oswal Wyim, Wdlkden. 
1862. Jones, Owen. 

1882. Joues, Owen Clayton, Silcerlon. 
187.3. Jones, Percy Owen, C/tic(i(/o, TI.S.A. 

1893. Jones, Philip Napier, CroirtJiorne. 

1896. Joues, Philip Theodosius, Colcford. 
1896. Joues, Rees Gabe, Rhondda. 
1880. Jones, Pees Powland, Rimyor. 

1894. Jones, Richard, Llandilo. 

1895. Jones, Richard Llewelyn, Bath. 
1868. Jones, Richard Mansell, Cro;/don. 

1884. Jones, Richard Nelson, Sicansea. 

1874. Joues, Richard Sartou. 

1862. Jones, Robert. 

1878. Jones, Robert, Liverpool, 

1890. Jones,RowlandrrancisHu<i;h, Z?07/c«;(A. 

1885. Jones,Samuel Cromwell, J/ 6'f/////' J)/df. 
1890. Jones, Samuel Lloyd, Cobiey IlatcJi. 
1851. Jones, Saml. AVall, Cape Coast Castle. 
1903. Joues, Seymour Whitwoith, I. M.S. 
185(1 Jones, Thomas, They don Bo is. 

1896. Jones, Thomas, Bromley-street E. 
1876. Joues, Thomas, Becldey. 

1878. Joues, Thomas, Brixlyend. 

1884. Joues, Thomas, Lenian-strcety E. 
1 896. Jones, Thomas, Amjlesey, 
1873. Jones, Thomas Cattell. 

1860. Jones, Thomas Evans, IJanrwst. 

1886. Joues, Thomas .Joseph, i?o,s,s. 
1848. Jones, Thomas Morj^an, Loiiyhor. 

1875. Jones, Thos. Regiuald, Cobcyn Bay. 

1861. Jones, Thos. Ridc'e, ClteJiham-place. 
1908. Jones', Thos. Robt. Lloyd, Mumhles. 

1885. Joues, Thos. Slater, IVood-yi-ee/i, N. 
1908. Jones, Thos. Williaui, Felinfach. 
1875. .Jones, Valentine Ll.Watsou, /VA CV^rr^-.s. 
1872. Jones, Vau<>hauDauuienV.,Z/r/?</>o/V7y. 
1880. Jones, Vincent Alexander, Clapton. 
1896. Jones, Walter Paul, If'altoif-pl, 
1861. Jones, William. 

1863. Jones, AVilliam, Royal Nary, 
1863. Jones, William. Pc/icocd. 



1 873. 
1 8()0. 

Joues, William, Ruation. 
Joues, William, Ridhin. 
Jones, Wui. JHlack, Llanyammarch. 
Jones, Wm. David, Gloucester. 
Jones, William Edmund, Blackburn. 
Jones, AVm. Ernest, Brecofi. 
Jones, Wm. Eorsyth, Marylehone-rd. 
Joues, Wm. Griffith. 
Jones, Wm. Griffith, St. Asaph. 
Jones, W^m. Howard, Tenhy. 
Jones,Wm. James Beunett, Liverpool. 
Jones, AV. Makeic, Torquay. 
Jones, William Meredith, Aherdare. 
Jones, W^illiam Owen, Boivdon. 
Jones, William Phillips, Sheffield. 
Jones, Wm. Podmore. 
Joues, Wm. Wansbroup-h, Didshury. 
Joues,Wm. Watk.Cadw'dr., Queen s-r. 
J oues-PhillipsiiU,CecilEru'st, Ceqje Col. 
Jordan, Allied Chas., Norton Folyate. 
Jordan, Fredk. Wm., ILeaton Chapel. 
Jordan, Gregory, Hony JCo)iy. 
Jordan, Thos. Furneaux, Ballarat. 
Jordan, Thos. Luckujan, Manchester. 
Jordison, Christo])her, M<dpas. 
Joscelyue, Arthur Edwiu, Taunton. 
Joseph, Arthur Hill, Be.vhill. 
Joseph, Geo. William, Warrinyton. 
Joseph, Henry Michael, O.rford-ydns. 
Joseph, Ju. Baptiste Edgar, Trinidad. 
Joslen, Hubert, Jamaica. 
Jo&liug-, Charles l.?i\\^^o\&, R.A.M.C. 
Joy, Norman Humbert, Bradfield. 
Joyce, Jas. Leonard, Tevhury. 
Joyce, Lancaster, Doneyal. 
Joyce, Robert Dwyer, Dublin. 
Joyce, Thomas, Maytield. 
Joyce, Thomas, Cranbrooh. 
Joyues, Francis James, Dursley. 
Joyues, Francis William, Kcmpsey. 
Joynsou, Gerald (leorge, Soufhport. 
Joyuson, Harold Mead, Liscard. 
Joynt,' Christopher, I)uJ)lin. 
Jubb, Archie Vivian, Lytham. 
Jubb, Frank, ILdifa.v, NunJiead. 
Judd,W alter Rossell,^-/,9//^o;/-M.-Z//7je 
Judson, James Douglas, Rochdale. 
Judson, Jos. Edwd., AsJiton-nnder-L. 
Judson, Tlios. Robert, West Derby. 
Jukes, Andrew, Simla. 
Juler, Frank Anderson, Cavendish-q. 
Julius, Geo. Fredk. Ileaton. 
Jumeaux, P)eujamiu, Sou^Jiwick. 
.Junker, Ferd. Ethelbert, Hydc-jdi.-pl. 
Jupp, Eduar Norman, Croydon. 





Kai IIo, C. M. G., Ilong Kong. 
Kains, Robort, St. TJtontax, Ontario. 
Kaka, Sorahji Manekji, Kanic/ii. 
Kalorairis, Nicliolas John, yi/icr/ci/. 
Karanjia, Kluirs(MljiNasserw., /)o?y<Ar<// 
Kai'aiijia,jMenw. 1 )liunji})liai, lionihat/. 
Kai'op, Ueo. Charles, Heme Ihn/. 
KaiifiiiaTin, Geo. Bernard, Mincing-l. 
Kay, Alfred Reginald, Cley. 
Kay, llildreth, Brufon. 
Kay, Richard, Cocke nnoiith. 
Kay, Walter Smith, SJieffield. 
Kay, William, Bentlei/. 
Kaye, Ily. Wyny:^.rd, Stvathpeffei' . 
Kaye, Joe Nicholt^on, Kirkstcill. 
Kaye, William Holland, Stockport. 
Keajjfey, David, Dnndas., Canada. 
Kealy, John Win. Gregory, Gnsport. 
Kearne3',Chas.Jas.,»S'. Grafto)i.N,S. W. 
Kearney, Edward, Carndunayh. 
Kearney, James, Calcutta. 
Kearney, Jas., Barthuhniew-close. 
Keates, Courtnay C, E. JJuhric/i-rd. 
Keates, Wra. Cooper, E. Uuhoich. 
Keats, AVm. John Clias., ('(unhencell. 
Keele, Chas. Ferdinand, Bloonisbitry. 
Keele, Charles Patton, Sauthampton. 
Keele, David, H{(/hhury. 
Keele, Ju, Rushworth, Soufhamptoiu 
Keeling-, Geo Sydney, Bradford. 
Keeling, Hugh Nevill, Leeds. 
Keen, Edward, Chelsea. 
Keen, William, Chelsea. 
Keep, Arthur Corrie, Gloucester-pl. 
Keer, Geo. Edw^ds., ll'lckhani Market. 
Keer, Jn. Cordy, Ifickha/n Market. 
Keess, Arthur, Madras. 
Keevil, Geo. ^lulready, Weymouth-st. 
Kehoe, Daniel. 

Keiflenheim-Truhridgejj. Walt. ,Zroo. 
Keighley, Herbert, Batley^ 
Keithj Darwin Mills, Hampstead. 
Keith, W^m. Dow, Brit. Columbia. 
Kekwick, John, Car tide. 
Kelbe, Walt. Edward, Cape Colony. 
Keller, Hermann L. A., Br. Columbia. 
Kellett, Orme Stirling-, Victoria-j>ark. 
Kellgren, Ernst Gregor, Eaton-sq. 
Kellie, Geo. Jerome, I. M.S. 
Kellie, Kenneth H. A., Maida-vale. 
Kellond-Knight, Hy. Arthur, B.N. 
Kelly, Bruce, Curtis, Wells. 
Kelly, James Douglas. 
Kellv, Patrick Joseph, Jamaica. 

















































1 894. 








Kelly, Thoma.«, Ontario. 
Kelly, ThonuiM Thelweli, S. Africa. 
Kelly, Thos. William, Notiinyhani. 
Kelly, William, Worthing. 
Kelsall, Chas. Jas. Seddon, R.N. 
Kel.sall, Hry.TrumMu, Berth, W. 
Kelsey, Arthur, Beigate. 
Kemp, Benjamin, Wakefield. 
Kern]), ('has. Gordon, St. Albans. 
Kemp, David (.'laiide, I. M.S. 
Kemp, Frederick Wm., St. Allnnis. 
Kemp, Geo. Lajus, Worksop. 
Kemp, James Reginald, Binner. 
Kemp, John Harold, New Zealand. 
7. Kemp, William George, St. Albans. 
Kempe, Arthur Wightman, Brent. 
Kempe,Chas.G Bm-rington, .SV/Z/Vv^//-//. 
K empe, C has. JMarsh all ,New Shor chain . 
Kempster, Chris. Richd., Battersea. 
Kem])ster, Felix Charles, Battersea. 
Kempster, Wm. Naylor, Whitchurch. 
Kempthorne, Albt. E., Dovercourt. 
Kempthorne, Gerard A., B.A.M.C. 
Kendal, Cuthbert Robert, Hexham. 
Kendal, Nicholas Joseph, Smethtcick. 
Kendal, Arthur Saml., Nova Scutia. 
Kendall, Bernard. 
Kendall, George, Battle. 
Kendall, Hy.Wm.Martindale, N. Zeal. 
Kendall, Nicholas F., Chiddinyfold. 
Kendall, Walt. Bengrer, Kingsicear. 
Kendall, W. Horatio, Vancouver. 
Kenderdine, P>nest Hy., Corenfry. 
Kendle, Fdk. WellesleV, S. Molton. 
Kendrew, Alex. John, Lissenden-gns. 
Kendrick, Georg-e, BiMon. 
Keudrick, Horace Herbt., Coventry. 
Kenion. Thos. Lloyd, Rock Ferry. 
Kennard, Chas. Poole, Brit. Guiana. 
Kennard, David Gerald, Faringdon. 
Kennedy, Angus Endicott, Plaisfow. 
Kennedy, Chas. Matheson. Loughton. 
Kennedy, Jas.BuckleyM.,J5«/v/«>/^/r;/i 
Kennedy, John, Camberwell. 
Kennedy, Jn. Blydesteyn, Stratford. 
Kennedy, Robt. Pettigrew, Blairhill. 
Kennedy, Wm. Adam, We>t Aust. 
Kennedy, Wm. Willoughby, Calcutta. 
Kennington, Edgar, Foulsham. 
Kenny, Fredk. Hamilton, Queensland. 
Kenrick. Wra. Hamilton, 2. M.S. 
Kent, Chas. Arthur, Dover. 
Kent, Hugh Braund, Beckenham. 
Kent, Percy Wheeler, Barry y Glam. 
Kent, Sydney, BexhUl. 
Kenyon, Georire ,\rthur, Chester. 



1868. Kenyon, Jn. Edward, Twickenham, 

1907. Keo<rh,Fdk.Edwin Mubt. N. K'nsingt'n 

1856. Keogh, Patrick Mooney, Si/dney. 
1896. Keown, David Bovd, Ealing. 

1893. Keppel-Compton,Jn,H., 6V>//7/m??2jw!!on. 
1871. Ker, Hugh Richard, Balhum, S.W. 
1851. Ker, John. 

1887. Ker, John Errington, Jamaica. 
1902. Ker,Wm.Perceval,5?/77/-5'.-iiVZ//»<r2C?s 
1859. Kerbey, Wm. Hohnan, Charmouth. 
1884, Ker by, Robert John, Newhury. 
1900. Kerfoot, Stanley James, Bedminster. 

1908. Kernahan, Joseph Arth. S..,Baystvater. 
1889. Kerr, Alex. Livingstone, N.8.W. 
]904. Kerr, Arthur Edgar, Beckenham. 

1889. Kerr, Geo. Douglas, Briy/don. 

1890. Kerr, William James, Rochdale. 
1873, Kershaw, Alfred, Bolton. 

1890. Kershaw, Herbt. Warren, Darlington. 
1881. Kershaw, Hugh, Leeds. 

1857. Kershaw, Joseph, Mancheste?'. 

1894. Kerswnll, Harry, Sandwich. 
1865, Kerswill, John Bedford, Norhnry. 
1873. Kesteven, Leighton, Sydney, N.S. W. 
1869. Kesteven, Wm. Henry, Putney. 
1896. Ketchen, Arthur Dickson, Cape Town 

1895. Kettlewell, Geo. Douglas, ////v/co/z/Z^f^. 
1893. Kevern, Grahame Travers, liowltedye. 
1881. Keys, Elias, Cape Colony. 

1873. Keyworth, George Hawson, Wem. 
1908. Khambata, Ratanshaw B., Bond>ay. 
1907. Khambata, SohrabManeckji, C'ooAvS*S>«. 
1907. Khan, Abdus Sattar, Guys-hos/Htal. 
1889. Khan, Masha x^llah, Ag7-a. 

1877. Khan, Mirza Hussein, Persia. 
1873. Khory, C. Framjee, Bombay. 

1855, Kiallmark, Hy,Walt,, Pemhridye-gns. 

1891. Kidd, Archibald, Cape Colony. 
1881. Kidd, Arthur, Liverpool. 

1889. Kidd, Harold Andrew, Chichester. 
1869. Kidd, John Kinloch, York. 
1846. Kidd, Joseph, Finshury-circus. 
1884. Kidd, Leonard Joseph, Welbeck-street. 

1878. Kidd, Percy, Brook-street. 

1875. Kidd, Walter Aubrey, Blackheath. 

1902. Kiddle, Horace Harvard, I.M.S. 

1903. Kidner, Hy. Ratelitt', Woohvich. 
1855. Kiernan, Laurence, Monmonth-rd. 

1876. KilBride, James, Athy. 

1906. Kilirour, W^iUiam Robert, Pidncii. 

■ 1881. Kilham, Charles Speight, Sheffield. 

1907. Killbv, Thos, Alfred, Hiyhbury. 

1892. Killery, i^t.Jn.Browne, ^'iPseCuards. 
1903. Kilner, John Newport, Bcnyal. - 
1871. Kilner, Walt. John, Lad broke-grove. 
1906. Kily)at,rick,Ja8.Armstrong,7t/wr/'5-co//. 

1893. Kihov, Lancelot, B.N. 


1865. Kilroy, Mark Antony, Army. 

1898. Kilvert, John Ellis, Berby. ' 

1907. Kimbell, Hy. Jn. Sullings, Hackney. 
1882. Kinch, Geo. Henry, Hildrop-crescent. 
1872, Kin don, Joseph, Matichester. 
1890. King, Arthur, Orange Rirer Colony. 
1894. King, Arthur Frederick Wm., I.M.S. 

1905. King, Colin, Newmarket. 

1854. King, Edwyn John, Bickleigh'^combe. 

1896. King, Frank Ravmond, Fiasbuni-pk. 
] 890. King,Fdk. Wm. Rbt. in.,NewZealaud. 

1866, King, Hry, Kirwan, Nowra, N.S. II . 
1878. King, Henry William, Chester. 

1 862. King, James George, Army. 

1865. King, John, Stratton. 

1892. King, John Charles, Barry, Glam, 

1858. King, John Henry Thomas. 
1852. King, John L. Bertram. 

1897. King, Nevill Pearce, Monmouth. 

1887. King, Preston, Bath. 

1907. King, Ralph De Veil, Ilarrow-rd. 

1888. King, Ricliard Henry, Twyford. 

1899. King, Thomas Arthur, Bade. 
1881. King, Thomas Mason, I\^ew. 
1862. King, T. William, Horsham. 

1 904. King, Wm . AtholDesm'd, Middlesex-h. 
1881. King, Wm. tiry, Tindal, Envgr. Serv. 

1906, King, W^ni. Herbert, High Bar net. 
1871, King, Wm, Louis, Maidstone. 
1906. King, Wm. Wilfrid, Bath. 

1889. Kingdon, Edwd, Owen, Holsworthy, 

1890. Kingdon, Ernest Cory, Nottinyham. 

1896, Kingdon, Jas. Renorden, King's Lynn. 
1904. Kingsbury, Win. Neave, Tooting. 

1889. Kingsford,Arth.Beresford, Up. Ceo.-st. 

1892. Kingsford, Bertram Harold, Woking. 
1886, Kmgsford, Edw. Claude, Brondesbury. 

1873, Kingsford, Percival, Sunbnry. 

1890, Kiugsland, Alfred, Birminghan). 

1880. Kiugsland, Arth. Tims, Birmingham 

1902. Kingsmill, Hry. Ardagh, Canada. 

1903. Kingston, Chas. Samuel, Hampstead. 
1888. Kingston, Percy John, Yeoril. 

1900. Kinloch, Robert J^lair, Cardiff. 

1881. Kinneir,FrancisWm. Edw.,//o»V/tt;;/. 
1865, Kinneir, Richard, Malmesburg. 
1894, Kinuersly, Geo. Edward, Guernsey. 
1865, Kinsey, Robert Henry, Bedford. 

1898. Kinsey-Morgan, Aug., Bournemouth. 

1859, Kipling, Thomas, Rogal Nacy. 

1874. Kirby, Albert Edward, Bickley. 
1884. Kirby, Ernest Dormer, Birminyham. 
1902. Kirby, Guy Hannah, Smethwick. 

1893. Kirby, Rowland Arthur, Jernn/n-d. 
1874. Kirby, Samuel Jn. Jas., Lowestoft. 
1906, Kirby, Thos. Win,, Maple, Canada. 

1897, Kirk, John Lamplugh, Pickering. 




1 893. Kirkby, Robt.Casomont, Wandsworth. 
1899. Kirkman, Alb.IIy. Beaumont, CVi//fC'o/. 
]904. Kirkness, Wni Ronald, Falmouth. 
1850. Kirkpatrick, Geo. Henry. 
1887. Kirkpatrick, Itudolph,^Va^.-ff'/s^.l/?/.s. 
1881. lvirkpatrick,Kocrer,C.M.(l. R.A.M. C. 

1 893. Kirkpatrick-Picard, A. W . , B'ndanj-r. 
1876. Kirtikar,Kanoball'nchh<)dda8, /..V/.aS. 
1890. Kirton, Chas. Imray, Honor Oak. 

1894, Kirton, Reginald Gower, Cairo. 

1890. Kirton, Martin Ainger, Hore. 

1854. Kirton, Wru. Henry, /. Indian A run/. 
1865. Kisch, Albert, Portsdown-rd. 
1904. Kisch, Harold Albert, Portsdowi.-id. 
1873. Kitcheu,Chas.Fk.IIewick,.V/"/?M^^^-^r/-. 
1906. Kitchen, Harold Krnest, Manchester. 

1901. Kitchin, Ernest Hugh, >Ship1on. 

1889. Kitchin, Hy. Brunton, BrocMey-rd. 

1902. Kitchin, Percy, Parki^tone. 

1892. Kitching, Chas. Atkinson, Cape Col. 

1883. Kitching, ,Tn. Lea Walton, Cobham. 
1860. Kitching, Thomas, Cape Col. 

1884. Kite, EdwinWhitf. Dawson, Sheffield . 
1887. Kitson, Fraucis Parsons, Peaininster. 
1894. Kitson, John Pole, Pretoria. 

1873. Klien, Edwd. Hughes, Denterara. 
1901. Klumpp,ErnestGeo. , Wootton Basxett. 

1885. Knaggs, Francis Henry, Huddersjield. 

1891. Knaggs, George John, I}iiblin. 
1857. Knaggs, Henry, Army. 

1881. Knaggs, Hry. Valentine, Camden-rd. 
1878. Knaggs, Robt. Ply. Edwd., Trinidad. 
1850. Knaggs, Samuel, Hudders/ield. 

1890. Knapp, Geo. Harvey, Cape Colony. 

1892. Knapp, Montague Hy., Pot/. Aavy. 

1894. Knapton, Hy. Alfd. Forbes', I. M.S. 

1897. Knechtel, Robert, Brtfssels, Ontario. 

1891. Knevitt, Herbert, Ealinq. 

1881. Knight,Alfd. O&horn^, A a ckland,N.Z. 

1903. Knight, Aubrey Harvey 1)., Vict.-st. 
1864. Knight, Chas. Fredk., Indian Army. 

1898. Knight, Chas. Voughton, Gloucester. 
1889. Knight, Edward, Handel-st. 

1893. Knight, Ernest, St. Anne^s-on-Sea. 

1882. Knight, Frederick, Sicansea. 

1904. Knight, Fred. C. R. M., Claremotit-sq. 

1895. Knight, Henry, Pude. 

1889. Knight, Henry Ernest, Potherham. 

1905. Knight, Herbert Stanley, Brockley. 
1875. Knight, John Tomlinsou, Carlton. 
1880. Knight, William, Gravesend. 

1892. Knightley, Walt. Randall, Tulse-hill. 
1864. Ivnipe, ^Vm. Melville, Worcester. 
1901. Knobel, Wm. Bernard, Malvern. 
1895. Knocker, Wm. J)(i\\^\?iQ,Gt-Eastern-st. 
1872. Knott, Charles, Southsea. 

1891. Knott,Edwd.Milward,6H^^o?< Cold/eld. 

1>^(')5. Ivnott, Sydimham .John, Fiunoood-pl. 
1848. Knott, Tlio.s. Brideoake, Stockport. 
1897. Knowles, Arthur, Halifax. 
1885. Knowles, Frederic Joseph, St. Hvlen-^. 

1896. Knov/les, Ralph, St. Arme's-on->,ea. 

1907. Knowles, Robert, Elyin-avenve. 
1882. Knowles, Rbt. Broug'hton, J. Conserr. ( '. 
1868, Knowlea-Jone.s,Jn.TiH)ms.,/.6V;//,s7,^ '. 
1881. Knowling, JM-nest Manst'ord, Tenhif. 
1899. Knowlton, Alexr, John, Southam/iton. 
1878. Knox, Charles, Toronto. 

1874. Knox, Charles Fredk., Trinidad. 
1893. Knox, Robert, Hiyhyate. 

1897. Knox, Robt. (leo., Fresh ford. 
1852. Knox, \\'illiam, F'ulhourn. 

1905. Kobbekaduwa, Tikiri liaiida, Ceylon. 
1901. Koenig, Rene Paul, Geneva. 
1884. Kosttlitz, Reginald, Cape Colony. 

1908. Kolapore walla, Framroze J., Poona. 

1 907. KolaporewallaJ^hirozeshawJ.,/^^^;/^. 

1861. Kough, Jas. O'Brien, W^olverhumpton. 

1862. Kranz, M. J. Frederick. 

1907. Krestin, Solomon, Sidney-street. 
1901. Kroenig-Ryan, VietorFowell, Couhdou 
1 890. Krohn, RonaldEd.Stewart./y^/.sj'^^'-^y. 

1903. Krumbholz, Chas. Jas. Izzavd^Puy/ty. 

1908. Kumarasaniv,MurugesemM.,i7iV//)c/it; 
1901. Kunhardt, .In. Conrad Gie, I.M.S. 
1876. Kvan, John Howard, Preston. 

18i)3. Kyffin, John, Gosport. 

1 904. Kynaston, AlbertEvely nF., ^«//,s?r«/e/'. 
1874. Kyngdon, Fredk. Hy., Aldershot. 
1893. Kynsey, Herbt. Arthur, Brixton-rd. 


1887. Labey, Julius, Jersey. 

1883. Lace, Wm. Francis, Satfon-at-Home. 

1892. Lacey, Allan Ramsey, Natal. 

1905. Lacey, Bernard Warner, Woohcich. 

1901. Lacey, Hugh Kir bell, Torquay. 

1870. Lacev, Thomas Warner, Woolwich. 

1898. LaceV, William ^^'alter. 

1869. Lack, Thomas Lambert, Attlehoro\ 

1858, Lackersteen, Mark Henry, Chicayo. 

1875. Lacy, Alex. Gairdner, Ascot. 

1850. Lacy, Wm. Dickenson. 

1900. Ladell,ErnestWm. Julius, Canonhary. 

1868. La Fargue, Paul, Paris. 
1864. LaHan, Thomas, Cashel. 
1861. Laidlaw, William. 

1881. Laimbeer, Fiederick James. 

1888. Laiug, Alfred William. 

1869. Laing, Robert, Blyth. 

18(38. Lake, George Robert, Gloitcester-ter. 
1848. Lake, William Charles, Teiynmouth. 



1903. Lakin. Cecil Lionel, Hampstead. 

1900. Lakshmaiian,Peter 'N .^Clapham-road. 

1897. Lamb, A.vch.\hQX^'\N ^\t., Mentone-rd. 
1866. LambjBarnabas Walt,, Wolverhainpfn 

1865. Lamb, George, Hidl. 

1884. Lamb, Hugh, Preston. 

18(32, Lamb, Martin Annesley, Chatham. 

1901. Lamb, Ralph, Liverpool. 

1874. Lamb, William Henry, Bayswater. 

1895. Lambe, Thomas, Seaford. 

1898. Lambert, Ernesto harles, Wandsworth. 

1902. Lambert,FrancisCoLirtenay,i^.^.3/. C 

1886. Lambert, Frederick Samuel, Newland. 

1866. Lambert, Fredk. William, Farslet/. 
1857. Lambert, Henry Stone, Merchant Serv. 

1896. Lambert, Hugh Llewelyn, Barnes. 
1855. Lambert, James, Birkenhead. 

1904. Lambert, John, Canibridc/e. 

1878. Lambert, John Speare, B. Navy. 

1894. Lambert, Percy, Finshury-pk. 

1889. Lambert. Thos. Wm., Kaniloojjs, B.C. 

1899. Lamborn, Wm. Alf.Stedwell,0.r/oraf. 

1885. Lamont, John Charles, I. M.S. 

1895. Lamplough, Charles, Alverstoke. 

1903. Lamplough, Wharram lly., Learn inyt'n 

1890. Lancashire, Geo. Ilerbt., Manchester. 

1887. Lancaster, ErnestLeCronier, Swansea. 

1875. Lancaster, Hy, Francis, Westbourne-t. 
1862, Land, Robert Turner, Leeds. 

1898, Lander, Chas. Llewellyn, Devonport. 

1879. Landon, Edward, A. M.S., Ilomerton. 

1892. Landon, Ernest Ed wd.Balman,y;/e?^o/i. 

1899. Landon, Thos. Hamlyn \M\\\tt., Natal. 

1880. Lane, Alexander, Newcastle-on-T . 

1893. Lane, Clayton Arbuthnot, l.M.S. 
1884. Lane, Fredk. Herbert, Burford. 

1891. Lane, Harry Angell, Stepney. 

1881. Lane, James Oswald, Hereford. 

1888. Lane, William Byam, l.M.S. 

1894. Lang, Arthur Joseph, Cape Colony. 

1906. Lang, Basil Thorn, Cavendish-sq. 

1 891 . Lang,Ernest Jackson, OldBurh/ton-st. 

1887. Lang, George Herbert, Cape Colony. 
1873. Lang, Rev, Henry Charles, Soidhettd. 
1871. Lang, Jn.Alfd,Thos.,AS'/!o^eAewm//^fm. 
1850. Lang, John Frank Ross, Sunderland. 

1871. Lang, John Messiter, Gloucester -rd. 

1907. Lang, Percy, Stoke Newinyton. 

1886. Lang, Walter Scott, Bdinhuryh. 
1905. Langdale, Harry Marmaduke, R.N. 

1888. Langdale, Henry, Warrinyton. 

1872. Langdale, Hry. Marmaduke, Vckfield. 
1897. Langdon, Hy. Chas. Theo., Chisivick. 
1860. Langdon, John, Army. 

1889. Lange, Andre Philip, Trinidad. 
]897. Lange, Massilon Henri Jn., Trinidad. 
1893. liangford, Chas, Harris, IIi(/1iyate. 


1896, Langford, Fredk. Chas,, Beckham. 

1860, Langford, Hr3\Edwd,, Kidderminster. 

1892. Langford, Morris Charles, R.N. 
1850. Langham, John Phillipson. 

1857. Langley, Edwd, H2Lv\eyY\,.. Lid. Army. 
1898. Langley, John Edwd., Fulkam. 
1898. Langley, John Inman, Coventry. 
1865. Langley, John Thomas, Exnwuth. 
1857. Langley, Noah Beldom, Cricklade. 
1902. Langmead, Fredk. Saml., Oxford-ter. 

1893. Langniore, Hbt. Richd., Wallinyford. 
1880. Langridge, Albert Henry, Duxford. 
1888. Langridge, Frank Wash't'n,i//>aco?«/>g. 
1871. Langridge, George Thomas,i?.^.Jf.(?. 

1863. Langston, Thomas, Sandown, I. of JV. 
1891. Langston, Thos, Alfd. Ollivaat, l.M.S. 
1877. Langton, Herbert, Briyhton. 

1897. Langworthy, Edwd. S,, Neai^don. 
1868. Langworthy, Fredk. Wm., Pbpnpton. 

1864. Langworthy, Geo. Vincent, Modbury. 

1861. Langworthy, Wm. Froude, Modbnry. 
1893. Langworthy, W. Sonthm. ,Yealm2Jton. 

1890. Lankester, Arth. Colborne, Peshaicar. 
18»4. Lankester,Alfd,Owen, Up. Wimpole-st. 

1897. Lankester,CecilP.,Aa^/owa/C/«6,S.W. 

1887. Lankester, Francis John, Leicester. 
1884. Lankester, Herbt, Hy., C. 31. Socy. 

1898. Lankester, Ralpli Albt. R., Bradford. 

1886. Lansdale, Wm,, Grove Park. 

1 891. Lansdown,Chas.Ewbank, Cheltenham. 
1856. Lansdown, Francis Poole, Lydford. 

1895. Lansdown, Gilbert Harry, Knapp-hill. 
1890. Lansdown, Robt. Guth. Poole, Clifton. 

1896. Lanyon, Edgar Temple, Gainsboro\ 
1876. Lapage, Charles Clement, Nantwich. 
1896. Larbalestier, Wm. Robt., Wimbledon. 

1888. Larcombe,Geo. ir£iYmsinj,I£oyarth-rd, 
1850. Larcombe, Saml. Slee, Lanyport. 

1887. Larcombe, Saml. Slee, W. Norivood. 

1882. Larder, Herbert, Whitechapel Infirm. 

1888. Larkam, IMward Thomas, Preswich. 
1870. Ijarkin, Fredk. George, Grove-park. 
1903. Larkin, Reginald, Grove-park. 

1883. Larking, Arthur Ernest, Buckinyham. 
1857. Larmuth, John Hamilton, Guernsey. 
1905. Lascelles, John Eaton, Uck field. 
1907. Lash, Henry Andrew, Faliny. 

1895. Laslett, Maurice Howard, CT<7/m^/«rtm. 

1884. Laslett, Tliomas George, Bolton. 
1900. Last, Cecil Edwd.. Ltttlehampton. 
1898, Last, Thos. Clitlbrd, New Milton. 

1896. Latchmore, Arthur Thos., W. Africa. 
1894, Latham, Arth. Carlyle, Portland-pl. 
1903. Latham, Charles Hugh, Derby. 

1897. I^atham, Denyer Wm. F., Barnsbury. 
1903. Latham, (iodfrey Holland, Derby. 
1855. Latham, Henry Hole. 





1900. Latham, Thos. Jones, Barnshiu-y. 
1S78, Latham, Wm., Ashfon-in-M(iker/iekL 
]8iU. Lathbuiy, Aith. Kdwd. A., Cifij-rd. 
1904. Lathbiiry,Erne8tlirowning,7?.J..V/. C. 
187 L Latimer, Henry Arthur, Swansea. 
187o. Latour, Georg-e I^ewis, W. Indies. 
1870. Lattey, Arthur, Woking. 

18G2. I/attey, Richd. Allin, Tcerut, Bengal. 

1897. Laurence, Bertram Eustace. Croydon. 

1904. Laurence, George, Cntfovd. 

1881. Laurent,EugeneArth.0scar,3/«?^ri^ms 
188o. Laurie, Caspar Robert, Bedndh. 

1857. Laver, Henry, Colchester. 

1894. Layer, John Wiseman, King''s Lynn. 

1893. Laver, Philip Guyon, Colchester. 
1896, Lavers, Norman, Canterbury. 

1884. Lavie, Tudor Germaine, B.A.M.C. 

1885. Lavies, Harry Brandreth, Belyrave-rd. 
1878. Lavis,HenryJame9Johnston,i5<?aw/2eM. 
1869. Law, Alfd. Roberts, Barnstaple. 
1877. Law, Edward, Wimpole-street. 

1858. Law, John, late Indiayi Army. 

1894. Law, Joseph, HoUimcood. 
1858. Lawrance, Edwd Alexander. 
1857. Lawrance, Frederick, Chi>:7vich: 

1905. Lawrence, Alan Arth Hinds, Soidhsea. 

1884. Lawrence, Alfred, Katbery, Cape. 

1857. Lawi'ence, Arth. Garnous, Chepstow. 

1894. Lawrence, George, Duke-st., AV.C 
1850. Lawi-ence, Henry, Mab)ern, Victoria. 
1864. Lawrence, Hry. Cripps, Tavistock. 
1896. Lawrence, Hy. Gwynue, Chepstoiv. 
1872. Lawrence, James, Darlint/ton. 

1858. Lawrence, Sir Jn. Jas.T.,Bt.,K.C.V.O. 
1891. Lawrence, John, Crejv. 

1883. Lawrence,SidneyCameron,i?'^/;?io/<7ow. 

1903. Lawrence, Stephen March, Briyliton. 
1874. Lawrence, Thos. George, Butlqnd-st. 

1867. Lawi'ie, Edward, Harley-st. 

1904. Lawry, James Littleton, Caktock. 
1902, Lawry, Richard Coger, Penzance. 

1885. Laws, CuthbertUmfreyille, A^euTr<5</e. 

1905. Laws, Harold Lionel, Charlhury. 

1868. Lawson, Archibald, Halifax. N.Scotia. 
1890. Lawson, Douglas, B.A.M.C. 

1898. Lawson, Frank Howard, Steyniny. 

1901. Lawson, Frederick .lames, i'. Sheen. 

1 882. Lawson,Geo.L. Leathes,^o«r. Ok.-pk. 

1886. Lawson, Hugh, Chislchurst. 

1901. Lawson James Ward, Up.Woburn-jjl. 

1895. Lawson. Richard, Bnlham 

1872. Lawson, Th'S.Covnelius, WeekSt.M'ry 
1893. Lawton, Walt. Chaplin, Candtridye. 
1854. Lay, Jas. Cochrane, Now York. 
1876. Layhorn, Wm. Kirkus, Beverley. 

1902. Lay cock, Albert Penard, W. Noricood 
1888. Lavnii", Henry, Sicatow, China. 

1908. ^ 8897 

1894, Layton, Frank George, Walsall. 
1879. r^ayton, Hei^ry Albert, Bodmin. 
1906. Layton, Tijos. Bra'nh'V, (ri/y's-hasp. 
1882. Ijt'a, Frai^fi'^ James, JloUand-pk. 

1874. Lea, Juliai) Augustus, (iresford. 
18(51. Jjeach, Abraham, Oldham. 
1901. Leach, lOdirar, £•^rA^s. 

1904. Leach, Harold, Halifax. 

1901. Leacli, Hcn'bert, Rhodesia. 
18(53. Leacl^, Matthew, .V/^^^^g^'A/. 

ltX)2. Leach, Richard Eriiest II., JFitheridye. 

1860. Leachman, Albt. Warron, Petersjield. 
1858. Leadam, Wm. Ward, Gloacester-terr. 

1899. Leader, Harold, Sheffield. 
1865. Leah, Thomas, Plymouth. 
1898. Leah, Thomas Noy, Plymouth. 

1878. Leak, Hector, Winsford. 

1870. Leake, Geo. Dalton S^ugent,i2..4. J/. C 

1897. Leake, Jonas William, B.A.M.C. 
1865. Leale, Josiah, Guernsey. 

1855. Leamon, Michael Tout, Tavistock. 

1898. Leaning, Robert Craske, Bedford-pk. 

1905. Leapingvsell, Arth. Edwd., Cheadh. 

1870. Leapingwell, Wm.T.G., Thornton-Kth. 

1879. Leatham, Henry Blackburn, iS>/rZ««/, 
1903. Leathart, PercivalWilson,C'«/n/>rr/r/e. 

1902. Leathem, Alfd. Newman, Beckenham. 

1901. Leathes, Hill Mussenden, Godalminif. 

1903. Le Bas, Dumaresq, i^.^.J/.a 

1906. Lebon, Camille, Sarreyuemines. 

1905. Le Brocq, Charles Noble, Jer.^ey. 
L863. Lebrun, P. Jos. Desire, Brussels. 
1887, L^che, Arthur, Axbridye. 

1907. Leckie, Malcolm, Guys-hospital. 

1869, Leckie, Walt. James, Grosvenqr Club. 

1900. Leclezio, Geo. Jos. Alexis, Mauritius 

1897. Leclezio, Gustave P>nest, Albert-st, 
1878. Le Cronier, Hardwick, Jersey. 
1889. Le Cronier, Maxwell, Jersty. 

1908. Ledger, Alfred Vernon, Lee. 
1864. Ledingham, James. 

1902. Ledward,HughDavenport,Ze/c/<?6"o?';^ 
1858. Ledwich, Richard. 

1871. Ledyard, Wm. Edward, California. 
1852. Lee, Charles, late Indian Army. 
1848. Lee, Charles Alfred, Hull. 

1876. Lee, Charles George, Liverpool. 

1906. Lee, Crichton Stirling, Putney. 
1873. Lee, Edmund, Manchester. 

1870. Lee, Edward Samuel, Barkiny. 

1875. Lee, Edwin, Dcirsbury. 

1898, Lee, Frederick Wm., Sforrinyton, 

1861. Lee, Herbert Grove, Thame. 
1851. Lee, Joseph, Army. 

1857. Lee, Percy. 

1902. Lee, Robert Hammerslev. Clapton. 

1877. Lee, Roger, Burton-on-Trent. 

8954 p 



1903. Lee, Ronald Outram, Haddenham. 

1892. l^ec, Sidney Herbert, Teddington. 
18G8. Lee, Tiuiotliy AVood, N.S. W. 

1862. Lee, William Edward, F^dham. 

1904. Ivee, William Emerson, Nottingham. 

1906. Lee, William Herbert, Ellesmere. 
1897. Lee, William Howe, Chesterfield. 
190L Leech, Ernest Bosdin, Timperley. 
1900. Leech, Fredk. Samuel, Gateshead. 

1891. Leeder, Forrest Bertram, Parks^one. 
1904. Leeming, Arnold, Sudbury. 

1907. Leeming-, Arthur Norman, G^M/y's-Zios^;. 
1883. Leeming, Robt. Wliinerey, Kendal. 
1894. Lees, Charles Archibald, Ealing. 

1900. Lees, Charlie, Tunhridge Wells. 

1874. Lees, David Bridge, Weymouth-st. 
1885. Lees, Edwin Leonard, Bristol. 

1871, Lees, Frederick Arnold, Meamcood. 
1904. Lees, Harold Cruickshank, Stockport. 
1907. Lees, Kenneth Arthur, Weymouth-st. 
1885. Lees, William, Chester. 

1907. ]jee8on, Harold Howard, Cromtvell-rd. 

1875. Leeson, John Rudd, Twickenham. 
1857. Leeson, R. H., Sandoum^ Isle oflVight. 

1888. Le Feuvre, Wm. Philip, Bulawayo. 
1904. Le Fevre, John Speechly, N.S.V/. 
1898 Le Fleming, Ernest Kaye, Wimborne. 

1873. Leftwich, Ralph W., Kennington. 
1904. liegassick, Wm. Kingdon, Plympton. 
1897. Le Geyt, Daniel Edward, Jersey. 
1890. Legg, Cyrus, Uipp. Tooting. 

1806. Legg, John Wickham, Green-st. 

1866. Leggatt, Alfd. John, Nelson, N.Z. 

1885. Leggatt, Gerard Stedman, Norivood. 
1894. Legge, Sydney Colen, Worcester. 
188L liCgge, William Heueage, Leives. 

1889. Legh, Harry Legh de, Redcar. 

1867. Le Grand de la Liraye,L.Marc, Paris. 

1901. Lehmaun, Julius Eduard, Winnipeg. 
1907. Leicester. Wm. Saml., Singapore. 

1893. Leigh, Albert, Malpas. 

1886. Leigh, Randle, Liccrpool. 

1870. Leigh, Richmond, Orange River Col. 

1863, Leigh, Thomas, Brighton. 
1865. Leigh, Thomas Drake, Liverpool. 
1907. Leigh, William Himer, Boltoti. 
1878. Leigh, AVm. Watkin, Treharris. 

1 907. Leipoldt, Christian Fdc.Louis, Guy's-h. 
186)3. Leith, Ralph Jas. Forbes. 

1 888. Leman, Thos. Curtis, Chipping Sodbury 

1892, Le march and Arth .Whsivt., Barnstaple. 
1844. Le Marchant, Rev. lloht., Risington. 

1889. Lemon, Edward llenrv, Lee. 

1872. Le Mottee, Geo. Herbert, R.A.M.C, 
1878. Lendon, Alfred Austin, Adelaide. 

1874. Lendon, Edwin Harding, lfo//«w^-/;/c. 
1902. Lennane, Alf. .las. Andrew, Clapham. 


1876. Lenn(m, (tco. Landon, Manchester. 
1895 Leon, George Alexander, Sidmouth* 
1895. Leon, John Temple, Sonthsea. 
1902. Leonard, Napoleon, Westcliff-on-Sea. 

1894. Leonard, Robert Cecil, Bristol. 
1899. Leonard, WiUiam Hugh, LM.S. 
1890. LeQuesne,ClaudePhilip, Southampton 
1875. Le Quesne, Edvdn Joseph, Tring. 
1836. Le Quesne,F.Simeon,V.C.,i2.^.3/.a 

1889. Le Riche, Philip John, Worthing. 

1895. Lermitte, Edwd. Aug,, Manor-road. 
] 866. Le Rossignol, Augustin, Jersey. 
1898. Leslie, Lewis Francis, Evesham. 
1907. Lessel, Jn. Fredk., Torrington-sq. 

1882. Lessey, Sandford Scobell, Hythe. 
1904. Lester, (.Teo, Mackenzie Lester, N.Z. 
1893. Lesur, Marie Paul Aime, Kentish- tn. 

1898. Letchworth,Thos. \Y ilhid, Bournem'th 
1865. Lethbridge, Sir A. S.,K.C,S.I.,J,ilf.iS. 

1865. Lethbridge, Chas. Fredk., Victoria. 
1868. Lett, Francis, Hastings. 

1866. Lettis, Thomas, Gt. Yarmouth. 
1885. Lever, Frederick, Harrogate. 

1859. Lever, Reginald Croft, Army. 
1904. Leverton-Spry, Edward, Helston. 
1866. Leverton-Spry, Edwd. Jas., Helston. 
18S'^. Levi, Reuben, Montreal. 

1890. Levick, Geo. David Baker, Pinner. 

1896. Levick, Geo. Kennv, Havant. 
1902. Levick, Geo. Murray, R.N. 

1860. LcAds, John Sampson, R.N. 
1902. Levy, Aaron, Portland-place. 

1892. Levy, Alfd. Goodman, Eevonshire-st. 
1895. Levy, Oscar Ludwig, Museum-st. 
1892. Lewarne, Frank, Cricklade. 
1902. Lewellyn, John Woodruff, Bristol. 
1858. Lewer, Alfred, Army. 

1888. Lewer,E.Stewart,^//;7ej/-m- WKfdale 
1856. Lewer, Robert, Army. 

1889. Lewers, Alexander, Victoria. 

1883. Lewers,Arth.HamiltonN., U.Brook-st. 
1881. Lewers, Thos. Ross, Berry, N.S.W. 
1868. Lewin, Friend, Baysicater. 

1901. Lewin, (George, Croydon. 

1890. Lewis, Albt. Cornewalle, Pontyberem. 
1901. Lewis, Arthur Cedric, Rochford. 

1899. Lewis, Arth. Daniel, Stoke Newington. 
1888. Lewis, Benj. Morgan, Pontypridd. 

1897. Lewis, Cecil Ernest M., Bickley. 
1865. Lewis, Chas. Gray Montgomery,Z)oyer 
1888. Lewis, Charles Harvey, Shirley. 
1885. Lewis, Charles James, Edinburgh. 
1887. Lewis, Charles Mortimer, Hindhead. 
1879. Lewis, Chris. John, Birmingham. 
1897. Lewis, Colton Taylor, Ijuton. 

1906. Lewii^, David Thos., Pontypridd. 
1687. Lewis, Ernest Edward, Weymouth-st. 



180:]. Lewis, Ernest Wood, H<nnmersmith. 
li^OS. Lewis, Frank Charles, Enlhuj. 
189L Lewis, Frederick, Jlenfield. 
1894. Lewis, Fredk. Win., »S. Farnhornvf/h. 
189(5. Lewis, Geo. Williams, J)(>in-<)-pl.,\\ . 
181).). Lewis, Gwilym, Old Charlton. 
1887. Lewis, Henry Williams, St. Davidn. 

1880. Lewis, James Kin<^, Westbunj. 
1885. Lewis, .Tenkyn, Lhinon. 

1907. Lewis, Joliu, ll('(ie)d's-park. 
I8o2. Lewis, Joseph, Cardiff. 

1870. Lewis, Joseph Isaac, MUho) nc Port. 

1871. Lewis, Lewis, S. Noncoud. 
1889. Lewis, Llewelyn, AcaU. 

188(). Lewis, Percy Georg-e, Fulkesto7ie. 
1887. Lewis, Philip King, Bromyard. 

1852. Lewis, Ixobt. lienson, Bradford. 

1903. Lewis, Robert Robinson, IIA.M.C. 

1905. Lewis, Rowland Philip, R.A.M.C. 

1904. Lewis, Thomas, Cardiff. 

1877. Lewis, Thos. Hope, Auckland, N.Z. 

1876. Lewis, Thomas Preston, Brixton. 
1903. Lewis, Wm. Collins, Denbigh. 

1901. Lewis, Wm.Ed\^al.^'aug•han, W roesfr 

1881. Lewis, Wni.Hv. VhWYi^i^jCrhmcester-st. 
1654. Lewis, Wm. Jarrett, Halifax, N.S. 

■ 1889. Lewitt, Fredk. William, Leicester. 
1873. Lewtas, John, Redtiiffe-ydns. 

1902. Lewthwaite, Alfred, Settle. 

1897. Lewys-Lloyd, Evan, Towipi. 
1893. Ley, 'Bernard, J^..Y. 

1889. Ley, George, R.N. 

1908. Ley, Gordon, Exmoidh. 

1884. Ley, Henry James, Knoivle. 

1853. Ley, Henry Rooke, Boscombe. 
18(35, Ley, Richard, Exeter. 

1907. Ley, Richard Leonard, Exmouth. 

1898. Levden, Chas. Dominic, Brockley-rd. 
1852. Leys, Robert, i?//o;;, iY.^. 

1906. Leyshon,Thos. St.heger, Bw-f/ess-hill. 
1900. Libbv, Harold Samuel, Falmouth. 
1852. Lichfield, William. 

1863. Lichtenberg-, G. P. J. L., Billimjford. 
18(34. Liddard, William, Shepherd's Bush, 

1877. Liddell,IIy. Jn.Shepheard, Yelverton. 
1898. Lidderdale, Fras. John, Folkestone. 

1872. Lidderdale, James, Cheltenhain. 

1890. Liddle, Percy Herbert, Victoria 

1852. Liddon, Edward, Taunton. 

1853. Liebig, George von, India. 

1871. Liebreich, Fdk. Richard, Cork-street. 
1889. Liebstein, D.uid Wm., Brighton. 
1879. Liebstein, Herman .Tohn, Putney. 

1885. Liesching, Chas. Edward, Tiverton. 
1851. Ligertwood, Thomas, C.B., Chelsea. 
1893. Ligertwood, Walter Hood, ire//*'. 
1889, Light, Edwin Mellor, Wilto)i-place. 


19()1. Light, Leonard Wm.. Southniiusti r. 
1889. Lightbody, John Henry, liexhill. 

1899. [ji-htfoot, John Ilt'nry, Royal Xtiry. 
1^77. Lig'htroot,\Vm. Spencer, Royal Xary. 
\^74. I iightoller, Henry Martin, (Queensland. 
1H74. Lilley, George Herbert, Oxford. 
If^HX. Lilley, James Harris, Ilenford. 
189(5. Lillie, Cecil Firmin, Folkestone. 
1879. Lillies, Herbert, Victoria. 

1854. Lillv, Altd. Thos. Irvine, R.A.M.C. 
1882. Lilly, Frederick John, R.N. 

1882. Limont, James, Xeweastle-on-Tyne. 
1895. Lincoln, Chas. Hope Septimus, /.J/.<S'. 

1900. Lindop, Llewellyn, Royfd Navy. 
18>i(5, Lindow, Albert, Ptanisfead. 
1894. Lindsey, Colin Dunrod, Plymouth. 

1900. Lindsey, Jvlw.Vaughan,7y?<r^c»//-o/<- T. 

1903. Lindsey, lllric Craigie, Plymouth. 
18"^1. Line, \Mlliam Henry, liirminyhmn. 
1877. Ling,Chas.Arth. Squire, 7//vy//i^//n//.iYY/. 

1904. Ling, Harold Charles, KeiyJdey. 
1873, Lingard, Alfred, Naini-Tal. 

1883. Linnell, Alfred, Toiocester. 

1907. Linnell, Robert McCheyne, Bedford. 
1882. Linney, Wm. V^^ycM'e^Ha.^tinys.X.Z. 
1861. Lintzgy, Wm. Johnson von, Calcutta, 

1882. Lipscomb, Arth. Augnstus, Wrotham. 

1883. Lipscomb, Edgar Richd. S., Hove. 
1886. Lipscomb, Eustace Henry, St. Albans, 

1855. Lipscomb, Richd. Xicholson. Hove. 
1883. liiptrot, Alfred Bailey, IViyan. 
1888, Lisboa, Patrocinio, Woburn-pl.^ W.C. 
1888. Lissaman, Thomas, Bolton. 

1867. Ijister, Charles Henry, Croydon. 

1905. Lister, Frederick Spencer, Xewark, 

1901. Lister, Flerbert Shaw, Cheadle. 
1882. Lister, Jos. Herbert, Barmouth. 

1886. Lister, Jos. Jackson, Leytonstone. 

1892. Lister, Sept. Rayner, King's Lynn. 
1904. Lister, Walter, Leeds. 

1870. Listen, James Robert, Peckham. 
1888. Listou, Walt. Lawrence, Tewkesbury. 
18(30. Litchfield, Hv. Robt. C, Twickenham, 

1906. Litchfield, Percy Collins, 7>?//-/py, 
1904, Lithgow,Ernest Geo.Robt.,ii?..4..1/. C. 

1906. Litteljohn, Arth. Rieussett, ] [unwell. 
1901. Litteljohn, Edwd. Salterne, Hanwtll, 

1887. Littig, Lawrence William, Iowa. 
189(5, Little, Arthiu- Edwin, Leeds. 
1885. Little, Arthur Nicholas, Duke^st. 

1893. Little,Ernest(]Tord.Grah., f^^impolc-st 
1885. Little, Francis Ernest, Teu/n mouth. 
18(52. Little, Frederick, Aytsnam. 

1907. Little, Harold Norman, Strood. 
1850. Little, John. 

1900. Little, John Wishart, IMS. 

1908. Little, Joseph Pearson, Mari/jmrt, 

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1897. ]^ittloliales, Arthur Gascoyne. 
1897. Littieiohn, Thos. Plested/ ^or^^/^m^. 

1904. Liitlejoliiis, Arch. Smith, I.M.S. 
1882. Littlewood, Jn. Oscroft, Mansfield. 
18o7. Littlewood, Joseph, Nottingham. 
1854. Liveing, Edward, Queen A?ine-strect. 

1884. Livermore, Wm. L., Finshury-parh. 

1897. Liversidge, William, Skipton. 

1905. Livock, Wm. Sherwood, Brighton. 
1889. Livsey, Wm. Edward, Liverpool. 
1875. Livy, Frederic Yoimg, Bolton, 
1852. Lizars, John Lizars, Toronto. 

1882. Llewellyn, James Davies, Victoi'ia. 

1885. Llewellyn, John, Salishtm/. 

1874. Llewellyn, Rees Ralph, Stumford-h. 
1901. Llewellyn, Thomas Lister, Bargocl . 
1894. Llewellyn, Thos. Richard, Penggroig. 
1905. Llewelvn. Llewelvn, Mountain Ash. 
1870. Lloyd, ^Vlbert Eyton, Bhgl. 

1908. Lhjyd, Bertram Arthur, Edgbaston. 
1900. Lloyd, Briuley Richd. ,Merthgr Tgdjil. 
1877. Lloyd, David, Newcastle Emtgn. 

1904, Lloyd, David Geo., Newcastle Emhjn. 

1898, Lloyd, Edmund Eyre, Legtonstoyie, 
1877. Lloyd, Edward James, Bangor. 
1898. Lloyd, Francis Seymour, Lutoti. 

1892. Lloyd, Fredk. George, Addison-rd. 

1905. Lloyd, Geo. William, Brongh. 
1884. IJoyd, Henry, St. Asaph. 

1883. Lloyd, Hy. Sanderson, Sydney. 

1875. Lloyd, Jas. Hellings, Milner-street. 
1868. Llovd, John, Ahercpwili. 

1900. LloVd, John Allden, Natal. 
1874. Llovd, John Daniel, Chirk. 
1905. Lloyd, John Daniel Stuart, Chirk. 

1907. Lloyd, John Ross, Streatham. 
1904. Lloyd, John Tryweryn, Liverpool. 
1889. Llovd, John VYeslev, Liverpool. 
1898. Lloyd, LangfordN.,'D.iS'.0.,i2..4.M. C. 

1897. Lloyd, Lewis Jones, Northamptmi. 
1873. Lloyd, Morgan, Llanarthney. 
1862. Lloyd, Nathaniel Hellings, Truro. 
1900. Lloyd, Richard Ernest, I.M.S. 

1898. Lloyd, Richard Ilarte, R.A.M.C. 
1880. Llovd, Rickard Wm., Addison-rd. 

1908. Lloyd, Robert, Sheffield. 
1900. Lloyd, Robt. Archer, I,M.S. 
1860. Lloyd, Samuel, Deal. 

1891. Lloyd, Thomas Edward, Abergavenny 
11)08. Lloyd, Walter Everm'd, Llandilo. 

1893. Lloyd, Wm. Frederick, Witidsor. 
1904. Lloyd-Jones, PercyArnold,i2.^.i¥. C. 
1866. Loane, Joseph, (ri. Alie-st. 

1908. Lobb,]iidwd. Leslie M&rtyn.Leivishatn . 

1898. Lobb, Francis Fredk., I'i.N. 

1899. Lobb, Hubert Pcch6, Nigeria. 




Lock, Geo. Haylett, JJxbridge-st. 
Lock, John Lewis, Uxbridge. 
Lock, Lyonel John, Cambridge. 
Lock, Fercj^Gonville, TunbridgeWells 
Locke, George, Hastings. 
Locke, Geo. Wm., Lismore, N.S. W. 
Locke, Thos. Wm. Spink, Coatham. 
Locke, William, Ipsioich. 
Locker, Edward HaAvke, Kirhy-cross. 
Lockhart, Alfred, Canada. 
Locking, Benjamin, Napier, N.Z. 
Lockwood, Harry, SJtcJfield. 
Lockwood, Jn. Parker, Faringdon. 
Lockwood, Joseph, Huddersjield. 
Lockyer, Conrad Wm., W. Noricood. 
Lockyer, Gerard Edward, Amesbury. 
Loddiges, Conrad, Haverstock-hill. 
Lodwidge, Wm. Charrott, Walton. 
Logan, Fdk. Thomas Bishop, Bristol. 
Logan, Robert, Michigan. 
Logan, RoderickR.W.,^s7/5?/-6te-/«-Z. 
Lomas, Ernest Courtney, D.S.0.,i2.A^, 
Lomas, William, Sackville-st. 
Lomax, IVIontagu, Cheltenham. 
London, John Edward, Brit. Guiana, 
Long, Alexander, Ar?ny. 
Long, Arthur, Kearsney. 
Long, Ohas. Frederic, Leamington. 
Long, Edward Charles, Basutoland. 
I^OBg, Edwin Walter, Southsea. 
Long, Frederick, Norwich. 
Long, Herbert Birch, Bicester. 
Long, James Ernest, Bath. 
Long, John Reginald, Dover. 
Long, Jn, Wm. Francis, R.A.M.C. 
Long, Thomas Freeman, Chesham. 
Long, Wm. Christopher, I.M.S. 
Longhurst, Alex. Keene, Ealing. 
Longhurst, Arthur ICdwin T.,Eaton-sq. 
Longhurst, Bell Wilmott, R.A.M.C. 
Xionghurst^ErnestX., Old L^tirlingfri-sf. . 
Longhurst, Frederic Wm,, Eaf.on~rj. 
Longhurst,Percy A ., Old Burling ton-st. 
Longinotto, Michael Jos., Rnssell-sq. 
Longley, Jn. Augustus Noel, Bristol. 
Longman, Arthur, Salisbury. 
Longman, Geo. Philip, Bexhill. 
Longstaff, Geo. Blundell, Putney. 
Longton, Geo. Harold, JFey'>^fouth-st, 
Lonnon, Frederick, Denmark-hill. 
Looker, John Evans, Manchester. 
Loos, Wm, Chris., Upper Noi'wood. 
Loosely, Alfd. Edwd. A., Woodrlane. 
Loosely, Chas. Jas., Wood-lane. 
Lord, Cyril Courtenay, Chatham. 
Lord, John. 
Lord, Richard, Ealina. 



1889. Lord, Eobert Ellis, Cohvi/n Bmj. 
1898. Lord, Samuel Tlioinas, Ma/ic/icster. 
1889. Lord, William lleury, Huddersjield. 
1900. Lord, William James, Varimjdon. 

1884. Lorinji-, .lonathau lirown, Montreal. 
1878. Lory, William Mauley, li.N. 
1887. Lotz, Henry John, W. Austndia. 

1895. Loud, Frank, Leires 

1908. Loudon, Julian Derweut. Toronf.o. 

1906. Lough boroug-h, Albt. L., Ilolland-pk. 

1900. Loughborough, Walt. (Terald, Gosport. 
1908. Loughlin, Dermot, Wimbledon. 

1904. Louisson, Maurice (leorge, Gny's-hosp. 

1889. Lourensz, Chas. Ball, Torritu/ton-sq. 

1907. Louwrens, Jas. Johnson, Oxfurd-ier. 
1870. Love, Aug. YA^.V^•dxY^\xvc\\. Bournemouth 
1902. Love, Herbert, Ilcmel Hempstead. 
1859. Love, James, Burton-street.^ S.W. 

1905. Loveday, Francis John, CheUea. 
1902. Loveday, Geo. £dwd., Manchester. 
1892. Loveday, Wm. Duumore, Wantof^c. 

1859. Lovegrove, Charles, W. Kensint/ton. 
1898. Lovegrove, Fdc. Thos. Alex., W'.Au.^t. 

1860. Lovegrove, James Francis, N.S. W. 
1867. Lovegrove, Thos. Henry, W. Aust. 
1870. Lovejoy, Wm. Henry, Portman-st. 
1870. Lovell, Francis Otley, 

1885. Lovell, Harry Ilaynes, Barnstaple. 
1878. Lovell, Robt. Havnes, Hans-cresc, 

1873. Lovell, Walt. Fredk., Hastiwjs. 

1907. Lovell, William, Crkklewood. 

1901. Lovell-Keays, Lionel F., E. Hoathly. 

1908. Low, Allan Douglas, Ealing. 

1874. Low, Charles Arthur. Wimhorne. 
1884. Low, Chas, William, Stowmarhet. 

1876. Low, Frank Harrison, Henrietta-st. 

1902. Low, George Harvey, Phwistead. 

1890. Low, Harold, S. Kensington. 

1853. Low, John Robert, Sydney. 

1903. Low, Nelson, B.A.M.C. 

1906. Low, Robert Bruce, Borneo. 

1877. LowdeU, Chas. Geo. Walton, I. M.S. 
1845, Lowdell, Edward, *S'. Ilampstead. 

1854. Lowdell, Sydney Poole, E. GrinMead. 
1873. Lowe, Chas. Yi^iwy ^ Biirton-on- Trent. 

1900. Lowe, Francis Henry, Peckhatn. 

1907. Lowe, Fredk. Coulton, Buhcieh. 
1894. Lowe, Godfrey Jn. Ralph, Lincoln. 

1896. Lowe, Henry, Ti/croes. 
1894. Lowe, Lockhart, Stourbridge. 
1905. Lowe, Otto Wm. Axel, Birkdale. 
1882. Lowe, Thos. Pagan, Bath. 

1901 . Lowenthal,LouisLawrence, Highb'ry. 

1897. Lower, Nynian Yeo, Presteign. 
1865. Lowndes, Fredk. Walter, Liverjwol. 

1855. Lownds, Jas. Richd.. Neiccastle-on-T. 
1844. Lowne, Btnj. Thompson, Hiijhijute. 

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1907. Ijowry, Ernest Ward, Maida-vale. 
1905. Lowry, Wm. Herbert, Toronto. 
1890. Lowsley, Lionel J)ew«;, Uganda. 
189(). I.owsley, -Mont. M-Avmnrnj R.A..M .(J. 
1869. Lowtiier, Richard, Grange-o.-Stind.^. 
1887. Loxton, Wm. Artliur, Birminglunn. 
1894. Loy, Martin William, iSew Brompton. 
1881. Loynd, William, Wilpshire. 

1855. Luljbock, J. J. L'Oste. 

1872. Lubbock, Montagu, Grosvenor-st., W, 

1856. Lubbock, R. Girdlestone, Norwich. 

1896. Lubeck, Wilfred Jos., Jalarpet. 

1875. Lucas, Arthur, Woburn. 

1890. Lucas, Arthur, Bury. 
1879. Lucas, Charles, Buncell. 

1894. Lucas, Claude Robinson, lYmisvaal. 
1866. Lucas, George, Uck/ield. 

1897. Lucas, Geo. Hunjphrey, Wisbech. 
18()5. Ijucas, Herbert, IIu/dingd<m. 

1897. Lucas, Joseph John Scammell, Bristol. 

1854. Lucas, Robert. 

1869. Lucas, Robt.IIarry, Bury St.EdnuDuls. 

1898. Lucas, Stanley Arthur, N. Zealand. 

1871. Lucas, Thomas Pennington, Brisbane. 
1903. Lucas, Travis Clay, B.A.M.C. 

1908. Luciani, .Tulius Caesar, Adelaidc-rd. 

1885. Luckham, Levi Stephenson, 6V///V>///7/. 
1 879. Luckman,Edwd. Llewell.,.4//r//<c/i»7///. 

1872. Lucus, Thos. D'Arcv, Canada. 

1891. Lucy, Sidy. Hbt. \ii^\:., Malay St(dc.'>. 

1886. Luff, Arth. Pearson, Queen Anne-st. 

1891. Lukmani, R. Aljdulkarim, Bombay. 
1896. Lulham, Edwin Percy IL, Norwood. 
1896. Lumb, Edward John. 

1907. Lumb, Thos. Fletcher, Torringfon-sq. 

1887. Lumlev, Chas. Armstrouir, Cape Col. 

1892. Lumley, Fredk. Davidson, R.N. 

1855. Lumsden, Chas. George, 

1902. Lund, John Knowles, Manchester. 
1860. Lundv, Louis Francis, Mannint/tree. 
1892. Lunn, Cyril Reg., Olton. 

1878. Lunn, Jn. Reuben, St. Marylebone Inf. 
1890. Lnnn, Percy Trenavin, Ah^erstoke. 

1873. Lupton, Marry, Strat ford-on- Avon. 
1877. Luscombe,Wm.Edmd., J/«/re;w Sink. 

1876. Lush, John Selfe, Devizes. 

1887. Lush, Percy Jn. Fredk., Hampstead. 
1873. Lush, Wm. H(Miry, Devizes. 

1888. Luson, Thomas, Norbifon. 

1903. Luxmoore, Evelyn Jn. H., B.A.M.C 
1871. Lycett, John Allan. Wolverhampton. 

1895. Ijvdall,WvkehainTracv. /?</•;;« /?/<//<<///}. 
1865. LVddon, Cliarles, Leeds. 

1877. Lvddon, Richard, Banisgate. 

1856. Lyell, Patrick. 

1 '^Sl. Lyle, Chas. ( 'onway Vacey, Tran.<vaal. 
1S80. Lvle, Samuel Henrv, Liverpool. 



1868. Lyle, Thomas, Maidd-vale. 

1882. Lynaiii, Robert Garner, Oxford. 
1908. Lynch, Arthur Alfred, Paris. 

1885. Lynch, Geo. Wm. Aug-*, Suva, Fiji. 
1864. Lynch, Jordan Roche, Holland-pavli. 
1851. Lynch, Sidney, Australia. 

1901. Lynch, William Warren, Quebec. 

1886. Lyndon, Arnold, Hindhead. 
1868. L}Tie, Henry, Plymouth. 
1858, Lynes, Edward, Coventry. 
3885. Lynes, John, Aryyd-road^ W. 
i878» Lynn, Edward, IS^ew Charlton. 
1908. liyon, Edwin Jas., Up. Bedfoul-pl. 
1860. Lyon,Isidol'eBernad'tte,C.LE.,i.Jf.>S'. 

1883. Lyon, Thos. Glover, Vivtoria-sq. 
l857» Lys, Francis Daniel, Weymouth. 
1890. Lys, George, Bere Reyis. 

1886. Lys, Henry Grabham, Bourneinuuth . 
1886. Lyster, Arth. Edward, Chelmsford. 
1881. Lyster,CecilRiChaworth, Wimjmle-st. 

1902. Lyth, Chas. Ernest W., Rotherham. 
1888. Lyth, Edgar Roe, Shepherd' s-biish. 
1871. Lyth, John Burdsall, Rotherham. 
1868. Lyttleton, Wm. Margrave, N.S. W. 


1885. Maberly, Ernest, Eversley. 
1871. Maberly, Fdk. Herbert, Birminyhim. 
1866. Maberly, Geo. Eredk., Burnhani, Sam. 
1879. Maberly, Henry Edward, Ealing. 
1888. Maberlv, John, Cape Colony. 
1859. MacAdam, D. Hastings. 

1896. McAdam, Kenneth, Oamaru, N.Z. 

1905. Macalister,Geo.Hughtvidd,C'a>»6?76?//e 
1904. McAlIum, John Henry, Wimbledon. 
1907. Macalpin, Jas. Barlow, Accrinyton. 
1870. Macan, Jameson John, Cheam. 
1892. McAnally, Archibald Acheson, Dooer. 

1897. McAnally,Edw.Arth.,2\^ewwY7fow,A'e???' 
1869. McAndrew, Jiis. John, Upp. Norwood. 
1890. Macann, Arth. Chas. Jos., ^rcc7^r?ocy»;-rf?. 
1894. McArthur, Arthur Norman, Victoria. 
1890. McArthur, Duncan Campbell, CW^e Co/. 
1904. Macarthur, John, Molesey. 

1906. McAsh, John, Varna, Canada. 
1865. Macaulay, Jas. Campbell, Watchet. 

1903. Macaulay, Wm. Cameron, Herne-hill. 

1904. McBane,' Dugald, Ontario. 

1868. M'Bride, James. 

1869. McBrien, Wm. Frederick, Toronto. 
1902. McBryde, James, Kensinyton-cresc. 
1858. MacCabe. SirFrancisX.F., Sandyford. 
1901. MoCalhim, Hugh A., London, Ont. 
1872. McCammon,. lames, Kinyston, C 'anada. 
190(5. INJcCandlishjAlex.Heurv, Neio Ferry. 


1870. M^Cann^ Charles, Iliyhyata. 

1858. M'Cann, John, BaUardt. 

1888. M'Cardel, Edward John, Victoria^ 

1894. McCardie, Wm. iose\A\,Birminyhc