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CHETWYND-STAPYLTON, Granville Brian (1887 - 1964), Colonel; Warden of Whiteley Village, Walton-on-Thames, 1936–59

SWAN, Russell Henry Jocelyn (1876 - 1943), Consulting Surgeon, Royal Cancer Hospital, Fulham Road, SW; Director, Surgical Division at Park Prewett Hospital, Basingstoke, in Emergency Medical Service of Ministry of Health; Consulting Surgeon to St Paul’s Hospital for Genito-urinary Diseases; Consulting Surgeon, Walton-on-Thames Hospital, and to the Peace Memorial Hospital, Watford; late temporary Major RAMC (despatches); Surgical Specialist and Senior Operating Surgeon to the Royal Herbert Hospital, Woolwich; Consulting Surgeon to Woolwich District, Eastern Command; Surgeon RAF Hospital and the American Red Cross Hospital for Officers

GRANT, James Dundas- (1854 - 1944), retired; Hon. Consultant in Aural Diseases to Ministry of Pensions; Consulting Surgeon (Throat and Ear), to Brompton Hospital for Consumption), Central London Nose, Throat, and Ear Hospital, The Cancer Hospital, West End Hospital for Diseases of the Nervous System, The Royal Freemasons Hospital, and The Sussex (Brighton) Throat and Ear Hospital; late Teacher of Laryngology and Otology, University of London; Vice-President, Royal Institution; Hon. Surgeon Royal Academy of Music; Hon. Admiral Surgeon to Royal Society of Musicians, Scottish Hospital and Caledonian Asylum; Surg.-Maj. (retired) 24th Middlesex (Post Office) Rifle Volunteers; Principal Medical Officer 6th Brigade, London Division National Reserve; Hon. member of American and Foreign Special Societies; late Aurist and Laryngologist, King George Military Hospital, Lord Knutsford’s Hospitals for Officers, New Zealand Military Hospital, Walton-on-Thames, Endsleigh Palace, and Russian Hospitals for Officers, etc., during European War, 1914–18


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Town on the A244, 5 m. E of Chertsey. In 1717 and 1719 Congreve stayed at Ashley Park (gone), the seat of Viscount Shannon, whose large memorial by Roubiliac ...

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