Major Archibald Douglas Jameson
16 Oct 1877 [Southsea Hants] – 20 Aug 1949
21 June 1900 Lieutenant.
1900 Served in South Africa on HMHS Princess of Wales.
In March 1899 the Red Cross Society converted the steam yacht Midnight Sun, into a 126 hospital ship, which was renamed The Princess of Wales, in honour of Princess Alexandra of Denmark, later the Queen–Consort of King Edward VII, who had raised the money for the ship through her charitable works.
1902–1905 Served in Egypt.
21 June 1903 Captain RAMC.
28 Feb 1905 Arrived from Egypt.
13 Apr 1905 Home leave.
8 July 1905 Returned to Malta.
July–Dec 1905 On duty at Cottonera.
12 Dec 1905 Returned to England.
1907 Specialist in dermatology.
22 May 1909 Birth of a daughter at 1, Southampton Terrace, South Farnborough.
Oct 1909 At Farnborough, death of Mary Cochrane, the infant daughter of Capt and Mrs A D Jameson RAMC, aged six months.
8 Feb 1911 At Silverlea, Farnborough, birth of a son.
21 Dec 1911 Major RAMC.
1911–1919 Served in India.
26 Dec 1917 Lieutenant Colonel.
1922 Served in Egypt.
1922–1923 Served in Constantinople.
21 June 1924 Retired.
- Entry No: 163. 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 XX, Returns of statement of service of RAMC Officers.