Captain Gerald Francis Carr
MC (1918) MRCS (Eng) LRCP (Lond)
21 May 1884 [Cambridge] – 24 Feb 1946
11 Dec 1914 Lieutenant Territorial Force.
11 June 1915 Captain RAMC.
1915–1918 Served in France.
11 June 1918 Captain from Territorial Force.
16 Sep 1918 Awarded the Military Cross.
For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. Although the advanced dressing station of which he was in charge was shelled out three times, by his coolness and example he got all the patients and personnel safely away and re-established his dressing station without interrupting the evacuation.
1 Aug 1919 Captain Permanent Regular Army Commission.
18 Sep 1919 Arrived from England.
1920 On duty at Mtarfa hospital which was taken over by the RAMC on 23 June 1920. While at Malta he represented the Corps at Golf.
1921 On garrison duty.
27 Sep 1922 Left for Constantinople.
13 May 1923 Returned to Malta.
20 Aug 1924 Left Malta for England and then to India.
11 Dec 1926 Major RAMC.
1927 Specialist in Dermatology and venereal diseases.
1928–1933 Served in India.
1933–1940 Specialist in dermatology and Venereal Disease Royal Herbert Hospital Woolwich.
21 May 1939 Retired but rejoined 2 Oct 1939.
- Entry No: 1220. Drew R. 1968. Commissioned Officers in the Medical Services of the British Army 1690–1960. Vol. II. Roll of Officers in the Royal Army Medical Corps 1898–1960, London: Wellcome Historical Medical Library.
- Succession Books Vol XXVI, Returns of statement of service of RAMC Officers.