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ECKHOFF, Nils Lovold Biarne Victor (1902 - 1969), Surgeon Emeritus, Guy’s Hospital, and Caterham Hospital

MORRIS, John C. (1870 - 1940), Vicar of St John, Caterham Valley, since 1919; Hon. Canon of Southwark Cathedral; Clerical Secretary, Southwark Diocesan Conference, 1912–27; Rural Dean of Caterham; Surrogate for Diocese of Southwark; Commissary to Bishop of Kootenay; Chaplain of Caterham Mental Hospital

CANN, Robert John (1901 - 1983), Surgeon Emeritus, Ear, Nose and Throat Department, Guy’s Hospital (Surgeon, 1938–66); formerly Consulting Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon, Caterham District Hospital and East Surrey Hospital, Redhill

CHARLES, Anthony Harold (1908 - 1990), Consulting Obstetric and Gynæcological Surgeon, St George’s Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Samaritan Hospital for Women (St Mary’s); Consulting Gynæcologist, Royal National Orthopædic Hospital; formerly, Hon. Gynæcologist, King Edward VII Hospital for Officers; Consulting Gynæcologist, Caterham and District Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, General Lying-in-Hospital; late Hon. Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology Army

Bailey, Joseph Henry Russell (1864 - 1928), JP Breconshire, Lord-Lieutenant of Brecknock since 1905; retired; late Major Grenadier Guards; commanded Guards Depot, Caterham, 1901–03; 3rd Battalion, South Wales Borderers, 1905–10; Brecknockshire Battalion, 1911–16; London Command Depot since 1916

ROWNTREE, Cecil (died 1943), Officier de l’Ordre de Léopold; Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur; Consulting Surgeon to the Royal Cancer Hospital; Emeritus Surgeon to the Woolwich Memorial Hospital; Consulting Surgeon to the Caterham and East Grinstead Cottage Hospitals; Fellow of British Association of Surgeons; Brevet Major, RAMC, TF; Chairman, Westminster Division of BMA; President, Sub-Section of Proctology, RSM; Member of Grand Council, British Empire Cancer Campaign; Member of Executive Committee and Vice-President, Union Internationale Contre le Cancer


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Town on the North Downs. Liam O'Flaherty, having enlisted in the Irish Guards, was trained at Caterham Barracks.

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