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Capt William George McKenzie RAMC


Chris_Baker

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Captain William George McKenzie RAMC TF, of the 3rd South Midland Field Ambulance, became MO to the 2/5th Loyal North Lancs. Lt from 14 August 1915, Captain 14 Feb 1916. Got an MC in the Birthday Honours in 1918. In France from February 1917.

No papers at the PRO. May mean he was recalled, or continued to serve after 1921.

Any information about this man would be greatly valued.

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Chris: "The Medal Directory" 1933 gives the following under "Provinces":

McKenzie, William George, MC

Ministry of Health, 3 Victoria Road, Darlington, Co. Durham

MRCS England, LCRP London 1915; (Bristol); Comm. Gold Medal, Sanders, HM Clarke, Martin & Tibbits Memorial Scholarship, Univ. of Bristol; Dep Regional Med. Off., NE Div. Min of Health; Mem Bristol M-C Society; late Recognized Teacher in Med. Univ. Bristol; Hon. Med. Regist. Sen. Ho. Phys. & Ho. Surg. Bristol Gen. Hosp.; Major RAMC, T. (Mentioned). Author: "Hyperpyrexia during Influenza Epidemic, 1919," BMJl., 1922; "Strang. Hernia through Foramen of Winslow" (with D. Wood)), Brit. Jl, Surg., 1925

Regards, Dick Flory

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