Lieutenant John Browne Grogan Mulligan
LRCS LRCP (Ed 1904), LRFP LRFS (Glas 1904)
20 Sep 1880 [Tournai Belgium] – 18 June 1967 [Portmadoc]
Lieutenant John Browne Grogan Mulligan was the son of Mr and Mrs Mulligan of Tournai Belgium.
30 Jan 1906 Lieutenant on probation.
27 Nov 1907 Arrived from Woolwich with 1st/Suffolk Regiment.
6 Dec 1908 Home leave.
17 Jan 1909 Returned to Malta. On duty at Mtarfa.
30 July 1909 Captain RAMC.
1910 On duty at Forrest Military Hospital St Julian's Bay.
3 July 1910 Home leave.
27 Aug 1910 Returned to Malta.
Mar 1911 Ordered to Cottonera.
4 June 1911 Home leave.
23 July 1911 Returned to Malta.
29 Sep 1912 Returned to England on duty.
29 Oct 1912 At St Gabriel's church, Warwick Square, married Betty Stanley, daughter of Maj Edward Stanley North Stafford Regiment of Rhoscrowther, Pembrokeshire.
1914–1915 BEF France RMO 2nd Bn Lancashire Fusiliers.
30 Jan 1918 Major RAMC.
1918 Served in France.
1918–1919 Served in Germany.
1919–1920 Served in India as Commanding Officer 13 Fld Ambulance.
1921–1929 Served in India.
3 June 1930 Lieutenant Colonel RAMC.
1930–1932 Officer in Charge Surgical Division Cambridge Military Hospital Aldershot.
1932–1933 Senior Medical Officer Bordon Area.
1933–1936 Served in India.
1933–1934 Commanding Officer British Military Hospital Bangalore.
1 May 1934 Colonel RAMC.
1934–1936 Commanding Officer British Military Hospital Lucknow.
1936 Assistant Director Medical Services HQ Baluchistan District.
27 July 1936 Retired but rejoined 1 Sept 1939.
1939–1940 BEF France Commanding Officer 8 General Hospital.
- Entry No: 502. 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 XXII, Returns of statement of service of RAMC Officers.