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Major / Captain Harry Legh de Legh RAMC / 4th Yorks


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I have been unable to find the MIC for Major Harry Legh De Legh in Ancestry or in the National archives

despite entering various permutations of his name

Harry served with the 4th Yorks in France throughout the war He has a MID card but no MIC which I can find

bit of a puzzle can anybody find it ?

I have his biography and his war service just seeking his MIC

any assistance appreciated

From L/G

1. Commission as Surgeon-Lieutenant (London Gazette #26793, 10 November 1896)
1st Volunteer Battalion, the Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regiment),
Harry Legh de Legh, Gent., to be Surgeon-Lieutenant. Dated 11th November, 1896.

2. Appointment to Army Medical Reserve of Officers (London Gazette #26841, 13 April 1897)
ARMY MEDICAL RESERVE OF OFFICERS.
The undermentioned Officers to be Surgeon-Lieutenants. Dated 14th April, 1897 :—
Surgeon-Lieutenant Harry Legh de Legh, 1st Volunteer Battalion the Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regiment).

3. Promotion to Surgeon-Captain (London Gazette#27139, 28 November 1899)
1st Volunteer Battalion, the Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regiment),
Surgeon-Lieutenant H. L. de Legh to be Surgeon-Captain. Dated 29th November, 1899.

4. Appointment to 4th Battalion, Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regiment) (London Gazette #28195, 10 November 1908)
4th Battalion, Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regiment);
the undermentioned officers, from the 1st Volunteer Battalion, Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regiment), are appointed to the battalion, with rank and precedence as in the Volunteer Force. Dated 1st April, 1908 :—
Surgeon-Captain Harry Legh de Legh, M.D.
Surgeon-Lieutenant Clarence Barns Whitehead, M.B.

5. Promotion to Surgeon-Major (London Gazette #28199, 24 November 1908)
4th Battalion, Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regiment);
Surgeon-Captain Harry L. de Legh, M.D., to be Surgeon-Major. Dated 11th November, 1908.

6. Ceases to be Officer in Army Medical Reserve of Officers (London Gazette #28200, 27 November 1908)
Consequent on the disbandment of the Army Medical Reserve of Officers, as constituted by the Royal Warrant of 1888, the undermentioned officers cease to be Officers therein:—
Surgeon-Captains:—
Harry L. de Legh, M.D.

7. Promotion to Major (London Gazette #28216, 19 January 1909)
Surgeon-Major Harry Legh de Legh, M.D., from the 4th Battalion, Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regiment), to be Major. Dated 11th November, 1908

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8. Territorial Decoration (London Gazette#30546, 27 February 1918)
The KING has been graciously pleased to confer the Territorial Decoration upon the undermentioned Officers, who have been duly recommended for the same under the terms of the Royal Warrant dated 17th August, 1908: —
ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS.
Major Harry Legh de Legh, M.D.
Major James L. Loudon.

9 Promotion to Lieutenant-Colonel (London Gazette #31250, 24 March 1919)
The undermentioned Majs. to be Lt. Cols., 1st Sept. 1918, with precedence from 1st June 1916.
H. L. de Legh, M.D.

10. Resigns his Commission (London Gazette #32272, 29 March 1921)
ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS.
General List.—Lt.-Col. H. L. de Legh, M.D., T.D., resigns his comn., 30th Mar. 1921, and retains the rank of Lt.-Col., with permission to wear the prescribed uniform.

regards Ray

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