Saturday, April 12, 2014

Myles, Charles Duncan (1930-1933)

updated April 12, 2014.

d. November 1, 1957. MB (Dubl.) 1900. RAMC 1900[1]-1934. Promotions: retired 1934, final rank: Colonel; ceased to be Reserve Officer May 9, 1937. Service: Aldershot 1900; Dublin 1901; The Great War, Geneva, Switzerland, Commander of #2 Ambulance Train;  Hong Kong nlt.1930. Royal Society of Promotion of Health, Member 1913, Fellow 1932. Honor: OBE (for services with the British Expeditionary Force in France) 1918. Address: Frimley Green, Surrey 1941.

HONG KONG nlt.1930. Sanitary Board (vice Douglas Gordon Cheyne) February 28, 1930 - May 22, 1930, resigned. President, St. Patrick's Society 1932.

m. Letitia Francis [s.n.]. Had issues: Thomas Picton Myles (b.1912; RAMC (#72898), KIA Bangalore, Mysore, India November 3, 1942, bur. Madras Was Cemetery, Chennai).

Publications: Suicide in a Fit of Temporary Insanity, Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, Vol. 13, 1092, p.437. Peregrinations and Passports, Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, Vol. 59, 1932, p.452.

[1] Myles scored a mark of 2,040 at his RAMC entry examination held in London in 1900. He ranked #6 in a total of nine successful candidates.

Selected bibliography: The British Medical Journal, September 1, 1900, p.608; March 16, 1901, p.683. The Edinburgh Gazette, June 10, 1918, p.2016Hong Kong Government, Report of the Head of the Sanitary Department for the Year 1930. The Hong Kong Government Gazette, May 30, 1930, #326. Journal of the Royal Society of Promotion of Health, January 1, 1958. The London Gazette, May 14, 1937, p.3186. St. Patrick's Society Hong Kong [internet]. The War Graves [internet].


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