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RAMC profile of:
George Frederick Handel MARKS M.D.

Place or Date
of Birth:
30th January 1862

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Rank: Lt/Col


Attached To: Military Hospital Dalhouie

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Outcome: Died

Date Died: 03/05/1915
Age Died: 53

Where Buried and/or Commemorated: India - Dalhousie Civil Cemetery


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George qualified M.D. on 20th July 1885 at the Royal University of Ireland. He took up a commission within the Army Medical Service a year later, on 28th July 1886, at the rank of Surgeon Captain. He gained promotions to the rank of Major on 28th July 1898 and Lieutenant Colonel on 28th July 1906. * He was Officer-in-Charge of the Military Hospital Dalhousie when he died. [*Information kindly provided by Col Atindra Sanyal].

Additional Information: Date Added: Tuesday 18 July, 2023
George Marks was born in Armagh, Ireland on 30/01/1862. He studied Medicine at Queen's College Cork,...
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