Service Record — Clarence Hamul Denyer
30 July 1906 Lieutenant RAMC on probation; confirmed in rank in February 1907 and posted to London District.
May 1908 Posted to Rochester Row.
Oct 1908 Change of Station from Rochester Row to Lucknow.
Nov 1908 Lieutenant C H Denyer 8th (Lucknow) Division was appointed a Specialist in Dermatology.
Dec 1908 Change of Station from Lucknow to Calcutta.
Nov 1909 On transfer from the 8th (Lucknow) Division, Lt C H Denyer, 5th (Mhow) Division was re-appointed a Specialist in Dermatology.
Dec 1909 Change of Station from Calcutta to Jubbulpore.
Mar 1910 While posted in India passed his Examination for Promotion in Technical subjects.
7 Mar 1910 Promoted Captain RAMC.
Mar 1913 Change of Station from Jubbulpore to Agra.
Apr 1913 Change of Station from Agra to Landour.
Dec 1913 Change of Station from Landour to Agra.
June 1914 Change of Station from Agra to Parkhurst.
1914–1920 Served with the British Expeditionary Force in France and Belgium.
Oct 1916 Captain (temporary Major) C H Denyer relinquished the rank of temporary Major on reposting.
Sept 1917 Awarded the Military Cross.
15 Mar 1918–18 Nov 1919 Acting Lieutenant Colonel RAMC.
June 1918 Captain (acting Major) C H Denyer was granted the rank of Acting Lieutenant Colonel whilst in command of a medical unit. Commanding Officer 72 Field Ambulance.
30 July 1918 Promoted Major RAMC.
25 Sept 1919–19 Nov 1919 Granted the Acting rank of Lieutenant Colonel.
1920–1924 Served in Singapore.
Malta 23 Jan 1926 Embarked at England for Malta where he arrived on 31 January.
Malta 1927 On garrison duty.
Malta 1928 On garrison duty.
Malta 27 Feb 1929 Left for Shanghai.
1929 Served in Shanghai as RMO 1 Beds and Herts (1927–1928 Shanghai Defence Force.)
10 Jan 1931 Promoted Lieutenant Colonel RAMC vice Lt Col Spencer Louis Pallant DSO who retired.
1932 Commanding Officer York Military Hospital.
1932–1934 Served in India. Commanding Officer British Military Hospital Ambala.
2 Oct 1934 Placed on retired pay having reached the age of retirement.
2 Sept 1939 Rejoined the service.
1940–1941 Permanent Standing Medical Board London Chertsey and Cambridge.
1941–1945 Commanding Officer 101 Military Convalescent Depot.
24 Oct 1945 Reverted to retired pay and settled in Parkstone Dorset.