Lieutenant James Herbert Roche Winder
DSO (1918) MD
13 Aug 1872 [Cork] – 12 Nov 1947
1900–1901 Civilian surgeon at home and South Africa.
27 Feb 1901 Appointed Lieutenant RAMC.
1900–1902 Served in the South African War. Received the Queen's Medal with three clasps.
17 Sep 1903 At St Paul's Portman Square married Esther Amabel Gardiner, younger daughter of E B Gardiner of Bickenhall Mansions Portman Square, and Carse Grange Errol Perthshire.
5 Nov 1903 Arrived from England.
On duty at Cottonera Hospital.
27 Feb 1904 Promoted Captain RAMC.
1904 On duty at Malta.
1904 Officer-in-Charge troops at Forts Tigne and Manoel, and Sliema District.
10 Apr 1905 Home leave.
June 1905 Officer-in-Charge troops at Forts Tigne and Manoel, and Sliema District.
1 July 1905 Returned from leave and was placed on duty at Forrest Hospital St Julian's Bay. At the local monthly meetings, presented a paper on "A case of Malta fever with meningitis".
1906 Officer-in-Charge of troops Tigne, Fort Manoel, and Sliema District.
May 1906 On duty at Forrest Hospital St Julian's Bay.
1907 On duty at Forrest Hospital St Julian's Bay.
Jan 1908 On duty at Forrest Hospital St Julian's Bay.
8 Mar 1908 Left for Belfast Ireland.
27 Feb 1913 Promoted Major RAMC.
28 July 1914 Start of the Great War.
4 Aug 1914 Britain declares war on Germany.
1914–1919 Served with the British Expeditionary Force in France.
1914–1915 Commanding Officer No 6 Field Ambulance.
1916–1919 Commanding Officer No 83 Casualty Clearing Station.
1 Jan 1918 Became a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order (DSO) (London Gazette).
1 June 1923 Lieutenant Colonel.
1919–1924 Served in India.
1 Aug 1927 Retired.
- Entry No: 234. Drew R, 1968. Commissioned Officers in the Medical Services of the British Army 1660–1960, Vol II Roll of Officers in the RAMC 1898–1960 London, Wellcome Historical Library.
- Succession Books Vol XXI, Returns of statement of service of RAMC Officers.
- Distribution of RAMC Officers". Corps News J R Army Med Corps 6 June 1905; Vol IV.
- TNA:WO 95/3988-91, War Diary: Matron-in-Chief, BEF, France and Flanders.
- Hospitals in Flanders and France.
- Location of Casualty Clearing Stations Western Front.
- O'Moore C., and Humphris E. M., The VC and DSO Vol III from 1 January 1916 to 12 June 1923.