Having been helped with my g/grandmother Mary Williams, I wonder if anyone can help find this Doctor. He was called Robert Sydney Steele Cathcart Smith. B. 1890 in Guilden Sutton, parents Robert Cathcart Smith and Mary Ann Garnett. In 1917 Robert was Probationary surgeon, on HMS Bergamot. Bergamot was commissioned in July 1917 only 4 weeks before she was sunk by a German Uboat on 13th August 1917. Robert S.S. Smith saved two people after the Bergamot was hit and was awarded the Albert Medal for saving lives. I have found out that Robert S.S. Smith was living in Bournemouth in 1964 when he died 8th June 1964 in the Royal Victoria hosp, Boscombe. I also found out that Robert S.S. Cathcart Smith left a wife Pamela, sorry no other details. I cannot find his marriage, or where he was when he left the RNVR. My own Father in law served on the same ship as Robert Smith, I am intrigued as to where he went after 1918, he was then serving as surgeon on HMS Wolsey. I understand that in the early 1960s, Robert Smith with other members of his family visited Guilden Sutton, they owned several houses in the area. He seems to have been a very brave man.