Friday, September 13, 2013

Barnett, Bertram Leeds Thomas (1902)


b.1875 – d. April 18, 1915, Farmham, Surrey, Sussex; bur. Aldershot Military Cemetary, Hampshire. BA, MB (Cantab.); MRCS; LRCP; DHP. Hong Kong nlt.1902. Hong Kong Government, Assistant Medical Officer of Health April 1902. Secretary, Board of Examiners [1]. Left Hong Kong bef.1909. Admitted to practice as a solicitor England November 1909. RASC, Captain, 2nd County of London 1909; Temporary Captain November 14, 1914, January 18, 1915. Medical Officer of Health, Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire 1910s. Killed accidentally (how unspecified) April 18, 1915.

s/o Thomas and Sarah Barnett, of Holm Leas, Worthing, Sussex.

[1] The Board of Examiners was established in 1903 by the Hong Kong Council of the Sanitary Institute. The Board was to institutionalize an examination mechanism for sanitary officers in Hong Kong.

Selected bibliography: › red-eye [internet]. [internet]. The Hong Kong Government Gazette, September 25, 1903, Notice #628. The London Gazette, November 17, 1914; January 29, 1915. Record of Service of Solicitors and Articled Clerks with His Majesty's Forces, 1914-1919, London: 1920. Roll of Honor › Cambridgeshire › Ely – WWI [internet]. Supplement to the Journal of the Sanitary Institute, Vol. #XXV, April 1904, London: The Sanitary Institute, 1904.


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