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Major Arther William Scott Royal Army Medical Corps. The son of Philip and Sarah Scott Born in Kingston upon Hull died 23 September 1915 aged 50,His MIC Would be helpful I think he was only Home Service.

Any Information Please Regards Peter.

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Major Arther William Scott Royal Army Medical Corps. The son of Philip and Sarah Scott Born in Kingston upon Hull died 23 September 1915 aged 50,His MIC Would be helpful I think he was only Home Service.

Any Information Please Regards Peter.

I would like to know when he was Commissioned and if he had a Mic.
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Thank you lorac for the MIC Regards Peter.

I think I need to try and find his promotion dates in the London Gazette any help would be most welcome regards Peter.

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My copy and paste from the Gazette has gone up the Swannee again, but it looks like he was a Surgeon-Lieutenant and Surgeon-Captain (pre 1908 Militia/Volunteer ranks) from 1901 onwards.

http://www.gazettesonline.co.uk/ViewPDF.as...t=&similar=

http://www.gazettesonline.co.uk/ViewPDF.as...t=&similar=

http://www.gazettesonline.co.uk/ViewPDF.as...t=&similar=

http://www.gazettesonline.co.uk/ViewPDF.as...t=&similar=

Steve.

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My copy and paste from the Gazette has gone up the Swannee again, but it looks like he was a Surgeon-Lieutenant and Surgeon-Captain (pre 1908 Militia/Volunteer ranks) from 1901 onwards.

http://www.gazettesonline.co.uk/ViewPDF.as...t=&similar=

http://www.gazettesonline.co.uk/ViewPDF.as...t=&similar=

http://www.gazettesonline.co.uk/ViewPDF.as...t=&similar=

http://www.gazettesonline.co.uk/ViewPDF.as...t=&similar=

Steve. thanks Steve for the information on Major Scott Regards Peter.

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  • 11 years later...
Clive Whittall

Hi. Long shot, but is anyone still following this thread after all this time? I have just come across some information on Arthur William Scott, on some documents which we picked up at an auction. Includes his Medical Student Registration from 1888 and associated documents, a Medical Practitioner's driver's licence for what looks like a three wheel motor cycle and an 'In Memoriam' document from his funeral in 1915. I haven't got any further yet but assuming that he was killed in action.

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