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PostSubject: Surgeon-Major William Ironside, M.D   Thu Apr 11, 2013 10:24 pm

"ARMY MEDICAL DEPARTMENrT.-Surgeon-Major William Ironside, M.D., in medical charge at Piershill Barracks, died at Edinburgh on the 16th January in his forty-sixth year. The deceased, who was born on the 28th October, 1835, entered the Army as assistant surgeon in April, 1861, and was shortly afterwards appointed to the 7Ist Highland Light Infantry, with which he did duty in India until transferred to theRoyal Artillery. He was afterwards for several years in the BombayPresidency, and returning home in 1878 was employed first at Stirling and later on at Piershill.-Brigade-Surgeon. Served in South Africa during the Zulu war"
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PostSubject: Surg - Major William Ironside , MD .   Thu Apr 11, 2013 11:11 pm

Littlehand I cant find him ! , he isnt in the Forsyth Roll , or in Mackinnon & Shadbolt ? . Unless of course I missed him ! Shocked
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PostSubject: Re: Surgeon-Major William Ironside, M.D   Mon Apr 15, 2013 9:42 pm

90th Here's the full version, including another two officers.

"Surgeon-Major William Ironside, M.D., in medical charge at Piershill Barracks, died at Edinburgh on the 16thJanuary in his forty-sixth year. The deceased, who was born on the 28th October, 1835, entered the Army as assistant surgeon in April, i86i, and was shortly afterwards appointed to the 7Ist Highland Light Infantry, with which he did duty in India until transferred to the Royal Artillery. He was afterwards for several years in the Bombay Presidency, and returning home in 1878 was employed first at Stirling and later on at Piershill.-Brigade-Surgeon E. M. Sinclair, from Chatham, proceeds to South Africa in place of Brigade-Surgeon Sampson Roch, withdrawn on account of ill-health.-Surgeons-Major David Renton, from Canterbury; Dr. C. W. Heather, from Jersey; and P. W. Stafford, from leave, are also under orders for the seat of war. All three officers served in South Africa during the Zulu war.Mr. Stafford was in charge of the stretcher bearers at Ulundi".
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PostSubject: Surgeon Major William Ironside MD.   Tue Apr 16, 2013 12:49 am

Littlehand if you read your post carefully you'll see that Ironside wasnt in Sth Africa . It says he returned home in 1878 went to Stirling then later to PiersHill. It then goes on to mention 5 other surgeons , of which , 3 of them went to Sth Africa . agree
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