Major Thomas Evelyn Fielding
DSO (1915) BA MB BCh BAO (1897)
27 July 1872 [Curragh Camp Co Kildare] – 9 Aug 1937 [Hindhead Surrey]
25 Apr 1900 Lieutenant.
1900–1902 Served in Anglo–Boer War, South Africa.
Took part in operations in the Transvaal, the Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony, and served in the defence of Fort Itaka, on the Zululand border of Natal, in the Orange Free State, including the relief of Kimberley.1
25 Apr 1903 Captain.
1903–1905 Served in Jamaica.
1907 Specialist in Bacteriology.
1908–1909 Served in Sierra Leone.
25 Oct 1911 Major.
1914–1915 Served with the BEF France.
Commanding Officer 7 Field Ambulance.
25 June 1915 Awarded the Companion Distinguished Service Order.
12 Aug 1916 Arrived from England.
31 May 1917 Left for Salonica.
Oct 1917–1918 Commanding Officer No 64 General Hospital.
26 Dec 1917 Lieutenant Colonel.
1918 Assistant Director of Medical Services 28th Division of the Salonica Force in the army of the Black Sea and in Constantinople.
1919–1921 Served in the Black Sea.
1922–1924 Officer In charge Medical Division Royal Victoria Hospital Netley.
1924–1928 Served in India.
26 June 1928 Colonel L/RAMC.
1928–1930 Served in Shanghai.
4 Apr 1930 Arrived in England from China.
27 July 1930 Retired.
- Entry No: 132. 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.
- 1Deaths in the Services, Br Med J (1937), 562 (Published 11 September 1937).