A C.B.E. and Order of St.John group to Colonel R.Tracy-Englis, New Zealand Medical Corps,
Lot 123
A C.B.E. and Order of St.John group to Colonel R.Tracy-Englis, New Zealand Medical Corps,
Sold for £2,520 (US$ 4,079) inc. premium

Lot Details
A C.B.E. and Order of St.John group to Colonel R.Tracy-Englis, New Zealand Medical Corps,
The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, C.B.E., 1st type, Military Division; The Order of St.John, Officer's breast badge, in silver and enamel; 1914-15 Star (3/745 Col.R.Tracy-Inglis. N.Z.E.F.); British War and Victory Medal (3/745 Col.R.Tracy-Inglis. N.Z.E.F.); Colonial Auxilary Forces Decoration, G.V.R., hallmarked 1918, engraved (Colonel R.Tracy-Inglis. C.B.E. N.Z.M.C.); Colonial Auxiliary Forces Long Service Medal, G.V.R. (Col.R.Tracy-Inglis. C.B.E. N.Z.M.C.); New Zealand Long and Efficient Service Medal, engraved (Lieut Col.R.Tracy-Inglis. N.Z.M.C. 1917); Jubilee 1935. The medals mounted as worn. Very fine. (9)

Footnotes

  • C.B.E. London Gazette 3.6.1919.

    Officer Brother Order of St.John 18.11.1932.

    Colonel Tracy-Inglis was born in Glasgow in 1875 and went to Melbourne at an early age, he graduated a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in 1899. He was appointed Medical Superintendent of the Auckland Hospital in 1901. He joins the Volunteers in 1902 becoming Surgeon Captain. He is promoted to Lieutenant Colonel on 16th September 1913 and to Colonel on the 16th July 1918. He was awarded the New Zealand Long and Efficient Service Medal in 1917 having completed his length of service. He is awarded the Colonial Auxiliary Forces Long Service Medal in May 1922. After the war he becomes Consulting Surgeon at the King George V Hospital, Rotorua; Assistant Director of Medical Services Northern Command, 1921-24; Director General of Medical Services New Zealand 1924-29; Honorary Physician to Governor General of New Zealand 1925-30. He died on the 7th February 1937.
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