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JowseyTMajorThis officer commanded the 3rd Contingent New Zealand Mounted Rifles.
Source: List of CMG recipients. Various sources
New Zealand contingent
JulianOliver Richard ArcherMajorHis obituary from the BMJ 8 Aug 1925: MAJOR-GENERAL SIR OLIVER RICHARD ARCHER JULIAN, K.B.E., C.B., C.M.G., Army Medical Service (retired), died at South Molton, Devon, on June 13th 1925, aged 62. He was born at Gillingham, and was educated at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, He took the M.R.C.S. and L.S.A. in 1885, and the L.R.C.P. Lond. in 1886; he obtained the D.P.H. of the London Colleges in 1905. He entered the army as surgeon in February, 1887; he was made brevet lieutenant-colonel in July, 1908, but did not reach the rank of lieutenant-colonel in the regular line of promotion till August, 1911, when he had twenty-four and a half years' service. He was promoted to colonel in the long war promotional list of March 1st, 1915, received the temporary rank of surgeon-general in June, 1917, and became major-general in April, 1918; he retired on March 22nd, 1921. He served in the South African war for the whole three years (1899-1902), taking part in the operations in Natal, including the defence of Ladysmith, and the actions at Talana, Lombard's Kop, and Laing's Nek; and in the Transvaal, including the actions at Belfast and Lydenburg. He was mentioned in dispatches in the London Gazette of February 8th and September 10th 1902 and received the Queen's medal with four clasps, the King's medal with two clasps, and the C.M.G. He n ext saw service on the North-West Frontier of India in 1908, in the Mohmand and Zakka Khel campaigns of that year, including the actions of Matta and Kargha, was menitioned in dispatches in the London Gazette of August 14th, 1908, and received the frontier medal with clasp, and was specially promoted brevet lieutenant-colonel. From 1913 to 1915 he was physician and surgeon to the Royal Hospital, Chelsea. During the recent war he served in France as a D.D.M.S., was mentioned in dispatches in the London Gazette of January 1st and June 19th, 1916, and received the C.B. in 1916, and the C.B.E. in 1919. He succeeded Surgeon-General Hathaway as D.D.M.S. of the Western Command in 1918, and in the following year was sent as D.D.M.S. to Mesopotamia, receiving the K.B.E. for his services there, in February, 1921.
Source: List of CMG recipients. Various sources
Royal Army Medical Corps
KemmisWLieutenant ColonelList of CMG recipients. Various sources(King's Own) Royal Lancaster Regiment
KerrisonE R ALieutenant ColonelList of CMG recipients. Various sourcesNorfolk Regiment
KilkellyC RSurgeon MajorList of CMG recipients. Various sourcesGrenadier Guards
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