Surgeon Harry St George Standish Hore
30 July 1861 [Bermuda] – 21 Apr 1957
5 Feb 1887 Surgeon.
13 July 1889 Arrived from Aldershot, England.
17 Nov 1890 To England on sick leave.
15 May 1891 Returned from leave.
1892 On garrison duty.
Surgeon H St George Standish Hore was severely censured for neglect of duty (two instances), in not going to see patients when asked to. He was warned that a repetition will entail a recommendation for his removal from the service.
In his confidential report for 1892, the General-Officer-Commanding (GOC) remarked:
It yet remains to be seen whether he is thoroughly reformed in such respects.
18 May 1893 On Home leave.
4 Aug 1893 Returned from leave.
11 Sep 1894 Resided at the Cottonera Hospital Vittoriosa.
1 Mar 1895 Returned to England.
5 Feb 1899 Promoted Major.
5 Feb 1907 Retired.
6 Aug 1914 Re-employed during the Great War.
- Entry No: 7233. Johnston W. Roll of Commissioned Offices in the Medical Service of the British Army. Vol I (20 June 1727-23 June 1898), Aberdeen (1917).
- The Malta Chronicle and Garrison Gazette, dated 11 September 1894.
- Succession Books Vol XVIII Returns of statement of service of RAMC Officers.
- Changes of station, Br Med J (1889), 499 (Published 31 August 1889).