RAMC - Royal Army Medical Corps
  Home » Regimental Medical Establishments » with RFC/RNAS/RAF »
Search RAMC Personnel Profiles The RAMC in WarThe RAMC Chain of Evacuation Contact Us
RAMC Units
 Army Medical Services 
 Home Service 
 Ambulance Trains 
 Casualty Clearing Stations 
 Field Ambulances 
 Non RAMC personnel attached to British Medical Units 
 RAMC Personnel attached to Colonial/Associated Medical Units
 Regimental Medical Establishments 
 with Army Service Corps 
 with Cavalry Regiments 
 with Infantry - Guards Regiments 
 with Infantry - Line Regiments 
 with Infantry - Territorial Force Regiments 
  noktawith RFC/RNAS/RAF
 with Royal Artillery 
  noktawith Royal Engineers
 with Support Units 
  noktawith Yeomanry Regiments
 Sanitary Sections 
 Ships - Hospital/Transport 
 Unit not yet known 
 X - Other medical units 
 Y - WW1 Medical Victoria Crosses
 Z - Photographs (Nothing known)
Personnel Search
Use keywords to search
by first or last name
RAMC profile of:
Frederick John MURPHY B.A., M.B., Ch.B., B.A.O

Place or Date
of Birth:
Dublin on 22nd September 1892

Service Number:

TF Number:

Rank: Capt


Attached To: Royal Flying Corps

Enlistment Location:

Also Served:

Outcome: Joined the Royal Air Force after the war

Date Died: 22nd May 1969
Age Died:

Where Buried and/or Commemorated:


Gazette Reference:

Other Information:

Frederick was educated at the Abbey School and Trinity College, Dublin, where he graduated B.A., M.B., Ch.B., B.A.O in 1916. He joined the R.A.M.C. immediately after qualifying, gaining a commission of Lieutenant on 7th August 1916 but was seconded for duty with the Royal Flying Corps, acting as medical officer to operational flying squadrons. He relinquished his army commission upon commission in the R.A.F. on 13th July 1920. Frederick retired in 1951 as Air Vice-Marshal. [Information sources: British Medical Journal, London Gazette and The Times]

Back Add Additional Info
 ©2007-2022 RAMC: Royal Army Medical Corps WW1 Developed by: Paramount Digital marketing