Royal Army Medical Corps, British Army
|Royal Army Medical Corps, British Army|
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This administrative corps had its own record office which is represented here, not on a separate page.
These are personal narratives of Royal Army Medical Corps personnel when they were attached to units in other regiments or corps, or whose units are currently unknown. For personal narratives that have been matched to RAMC units, see those units' pages.
Thomas H. Gibbon was an officer in the Royal Army Medical Corps, British Army. In 1914 he was attached to 2nd Battalion, King's Own Scottish Borderers, British Army as medical officer, and wrote a letter about his experiences in the early weeks of the war:
- Page images at the Wellcome Library
- Original document held at the Army Medical Services Museum, Keogh Barracks. Reference: RAMC/535.
The catalogue description states that he was in the RAMC.
Leeds University, Liddle Collection, LIDDLE/WW1/WF/REC/01/L5: brief notes of events 1916-1918 by Doctor R Lawson, Royal Army Medical Corps, British Army. Catalogue entry shows that he served with these units:
- 5th Field Ambulance, British Army
- Medical officer, 2nd Battalion, King's Own Scottish Borderers, British Army
- Medical officer, 7th Battalion, Black Watch (probably meaning 1/7th Battalion, Black Watch, British Army)
Arthur L. Linfoot
Arthur Lindsay Linfoot kept a diary for every day from 1 January 1914 to 31 December 1918. The diary is being blogged on the centenary of each entry at The Diary of Arthur L. Linfoot. The about page of the blog states that Arthur volunteered for the RAMC in 1915, and his medal card confirms that he was a private in this corps. We don't yet know which unit he was in because the diary hasn't got that far and his official service record hasn't survived.
Captain Robert Burnside Carter
- Royal Army Medical Corps, British Army
- medical officer attached 123 Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, British Army
Unit war diaries
None. Administrative organisations did not keep war diaries because they had no operational role.
See descendant unit pages for their war diaries.
- Brereton, Frederick Sadlier (1919). The Great War and the R.A.M.C. London: Constable.