General Roy Fearon
Baird
Male
England
1872-03-16
Congleton, Cheshire, England
1945-04-08
Norfolk Island, Australia


About

Roy Baird studied medicine at Cambridge University, England, and later worked as a government/army medical officer in various countries.

From Alumni cantabrigienses:

BAIRD, ROY–Admitted at Caius College, October 1, 1889. Son of James Thompson Wilson, M.D. (and Frances Hall Fearon), of Congleton, Cheshire. Born there March 16, 1872. School, Macclesfield Grammar. Matriculated Michaelmas 1889; B.A. 1892. At Saint Bartholomew’s Hospital, London. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1897. Entered the Indian Medical Service, 1898; Captain, 1901; Major, 1909; Lieutenant-Colonel, 1917; Colonel, 1927; retired, 1929. Served in China, 1900; in Tibet, 1903-4; in action at Niani and round Gyantse. Served in the Great War, 1914; in Egypt, 1915; at Gallipoli, 1915; in East Africa, 1916; Iraq, 1917. (Sources: Venn, II. 505; Indian Medical Service; Medical Directory, 1938.)



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Tournaments Surrey Championships - 1910 Shropshire Championships - 1910 Teignmouth and Shaldon - 1910 Middlesex Championships - 1910

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