Four to Surgeon Lieutenat Colonel D.G.Marshall, Indian Medical Service,
Lot 203
Four to Surgeon Lieutenat Colonel D.G.Marshall, Indian Medical Service,
Sold for £3,600 (US$ 5,810) inc. premium

Lot Details
Four to Surgeon Lieutenat Colonel D.G.Marshall, Indian Medical Service,
India General Service 1854-95, one bar, Burma 1889-92 (Surgn Captn D.G.Marshall I.M.S.); India General Service 1895-1902, one bar, Punjab Frontier 1897-98 (Surgn: Captn: D.G.Marshall. I.M.S.); China 1900, silver issue, one bar, Relief of Pekin (Major D.G.Marshall. I.M.S.); U.S.A., Order of the Dragon, with original top suspension (Major Daniel Grove Marshall Indian Medical Service No.1149). Very fine or better. (4)

Footnotes

  • Surgeon Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Grove Marshall was born on September 4th 1860, he was educated at Edinburgh University, where he graduated M.B. and C.M. in 1885. After filling the post of house-surgeon of the clinical wards in the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, he entered the Indian Medical Service as a Surgeon on the 31st March 1888, passing first both into and out of Netley, where he took the Herbert prize, the Parkes Memorial medal in hygiene, and the Montefiore prize and medal for surgery.

    He served in Burma from 1889-92, North West Frontier, Isazai 1892 Tochi 1897-98, and China 1900.

    He became Major on the 31st March 1900, but was placed on temporary half-pay on account of ill health in 1904 and had to retire for the same reason in the following year. He settled in Edinburgh, where he became a lecturer on tropical diseases in the Extramural Medical School in 1905 and in the University in 1909.

    In October 1918 he was appointed a temporary Lieutenant-Colonel in the R.A.M.C. and was consultant on malaria for the Scottish Command and recieved promotion to Lieutenant Colonel from 15th October 1919.

    He died at Edinburgh on the 16th December 1923.
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