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Surgeon Ebenezer Brown
MD (Abd 1825)
? – 2 July 1828 [Madras]

Service Record — Ebenezer Brown

24 Apr 1795 Regimental Mate 79th (Highland - Cameronian Volunteers) Regiment.

24 Sept 1795 Surgeon's Mate 30th (Cambridgeshire) Regiment of Foot.

Apr 1796 Not yet joined 30th Foot since his appointment.

24 Dec 1796 Assistant Surgeon 79th (Highland - Cameronian Volunteers) Regiment.

3 May 1798 Present at a duel at Fort George between Colonel Alexander Ranaldson Macdonell of Glengarry, and Lieut Norman Macleod, The 42nd Royal Highland Regiment. Lt MacLeod was killed, and the colonel was tried at Edinburgh, but acquitted.

Aug 1799 On the Helder Expedition.

4 Apr 1800 Appointed Surgeon 30th Foot vice Edward Tegart who was promoted to Staff. Joined 30th Foot at the blockade of the French in Malta.

17 Dec 1800 Left for Egypt with his regiment.

Malta 1801 Returned from Egypt. His pay was £14 5 5d per 31 days.

Malta 10 May 1802 In Newcastle on private business.
Relegated to half-pay after cessation of hostilities with France.

1 Sep 1803 Received his first payment of £90 7s 6d in prize money from the proceeds of the property captured in Malta on 4 September 1800.

22 Oct 1803 Promoted Staff Surgeon.

15 Aug 1804 Received his second payment of £33 2s 6d in prize money from the proceeds of the property captured in Malta on 4 September 1800.

Malta 1805 Returned to Malta as part of Sir James Craig's Expedition to Naples.

1806 On Sir John Stuart's Expedition to Calabria.
Present at the Battle of Maida where he took charge of the wounded of the British Army.

6 July 1810 Received his third payment £3 2s 2d in prize money from the proceeds of the property captured in Malta on 4 September 1800.

25 Dec 1812 Deputy Inspector of Hospitals. Served in the Peninsular War.

9 Jan 1812 Received his final share worth £2 3s 3d in prize money from the proceeds of the property captured in Malta on 4 September 1800.

25 May 1816 Relegated to half-pay.

23 Dec 1824 Restored to full-pay.

27 May 1825 Inspector of Hospitals.

2 July 1828 Died at Madras. On 27 November 1828, the vacancy created by the death of Ebenezer Brown was filled up by Staff Surgeon Donald Macleod MD who was promoted Inspector of Hospitals.

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