Captain Harry Norman Walker
LMSSA (Lond 1926)
24 July 1900 [Westminster Middlesex] – 16 Nov 1943
Captain Harry Norman Walker was the only son of Dr Henry Roe Walker MRCS LRCP and Evelyn Frances Gordon of Ipplepen, Devon. He graduated LMSSA from St Bartholomews' Hospital, London in 1926. He was commissioned a Lieutenant in the Royal Army Medical Corps on 15 April 1932. He served in India and China but was invalided in August 1940 due to ill health.
Captain Harry Norman Walker died on 16 November 1943, aged 43 years. He was buried at Higher Cemetery, Heavitree, Exeter.
15 Apr 1932 Lieutenant RAMC on probation. Confirmed in rank in November 1932.
1 May 1934 Promoted Captain RAMC.
1934 Served in India (invalided).
14 Oct 1935 On half-pay due to ill health.
31 Mar 1936 Restored to full-pay.
1937–1938 Served in China.
6 Apr 1939 Arrived from England.
30 Jan 1940 Left for England.
17 Aug 1940 Retired on account of ill health, receiving a gratuity.
16 Nov 1943 Died aged 43 years.
- Entry No: 1526. Drew R, 1968. Commissioned Officers in the Medical Services of the British Army 1660–1960, Vol II Roll of Officers in the RAMC 1898–1960 London, Wellcome Historical Library.
- Succession Books Vol XXVIII, Returns of statement of service of RAMC Officers.