DEATHS IN THE SERVICES.
FLEET SURGEON JOHN BELLHOUSE BOWDEN TRIGGS, R.N.(ret.), died in a nursing home at Malden, Surrey, on February 1st, 1927 aged 75. He was educated at University College, London,- and at Aberdeen, where he graduated M.B, and C.M. in 1873; he took the L.S.A. in 1872, and the M.R.C.S. in 1874, and entered the navy soon after; he was medical officer of H.M.S. Active during the Zulu war of 1879, receiving the medal. In 1892 he received a medal and diploma from the Venezuelan Red Cross Society for his services to the wounded in the neighborhood of La Guayra, during the revolution in Venezuela in that year.