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M.B., F.R.A.C.P. : Captain, A.A.M.C., A.I.F. and B.E.F., France. Enlisting 1st April, 1917, and sailing 14th June, was on camp duty in England till March, 1918, when attached on loan to 51st Highland Division B.E.F. for duty with Highland Field Ambulance at Vimy Ridge and Roclincourt (Arras). Temporarily attached to 8th Royal Scots and other units, to temporary Casualty Clearing Station at Epernay during the second battle of the Marne, then appointed British representative Hopital de Triage, Epernay. Rejoining Ambulance 26th July, was posted to 4th Gordon Highlanders, gassed at Chaumurzy on 30th and evacuated to England. Rejoining A.A.M.C., served with 2nd Australian Field Ambulance from 12th October until demobilisation, being for short periods R.M.O. 2nd F. Artillery Bde. and 6th Battn. A.M.F. : Assistant Director of Hygiene, 1st District Base, Queensland, 1925-29. Professor of Pathology, University of Queensland, 1938-. Consulting Pathologist, Mater Misericordise Hospital, Brisbane. Early education at Eagle Junction State School and Nudgee College, Brisbane. Later at St. John''s.

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