Regiment: Royal Army Medical Corps
Biography: Son of James Farquhar, house contractor; born Aberdeen, 25 May 1877 ; educated at Robert Gordon's College; graduated M.A. in 1897 ; M.B. in 1904. He became a general practitioner in Oldham, Lancs., in November 1904. He joined the 10th Battalion Manchester Regiment in 1907, and was attached to the same regiment on the outbreak of war, being transferred in July 1915 to the R.A.M.C. He was found unfit for foreign service, but continued in the Army until January 1918, when on being invalided out he returned to private practice. Farquhar never regained his health, but died in January 1920 of heart disease, which had been considerably aggravated by military service.
Date of Death: 16 January 1920
Burial Details: Buried at Allenvale Cemetery, Aberdeen, Section D, Grave 35.
Publication: Roll of Service, edited by Mabel Desborough Allardyce. Published 1921.
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