Medical Officers of the Malta Garrison De Lisle Richard Francis Valpy
78 Surgeon Richard Francis Valpy De Lisle
MRCS (Eng 1840) 7 Apr 1818 – 1 May 1894 [Guernsey]
Surgeon Richard Francis Valpy De Lisle served with the 4th Regiment throughout the Eastern Campaign of 1854–53. He was awarded the Crimea Medal with clasps and the Turkish Medal. He had five sons, one of whom was Sir Henry de Beauvir born on 27 July 1864 on Guernsey.
He published an article Ligature of the right iliac artery in the AMD report Vol ii dated 1860. Deputy Inspector General De Lisle died in Guernsey aged 70 years.
Service Record — Richard Francis Valpy De Lisle
27 Aug 1841 Staff Assistant Surgeon.
24 Sept 1841 Assistant Surgeon 96th Regiment of Foot.
14 Nov 1851 Appointed Assistant Surgeon 1st Light Dragoons, vice Assistant Surgeon John Grogan promoted Surgeon 26th Foot.
5 Nov 1852 Promoted surgeon 4th (The King's Own) Regiment vice Surgeon Thomas Galbraith Logan, promoted on the Staff. The vacancy in 1st Regiment of Dragoons was filled by Acting Assistant Surgeon William John Alexander Orr.