Jamieson, Herbert Mather
Regiment: Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
Biography: Son of Peter Jamieson, Willowbank, Aberdeen. Born Aberdeen, 25 March 1883; educated at the Grammar School; graduated M.B., 1904. He was for a time in practice in England and served as Lieut.-Surgeon in the Volunteer Forces in Newcastle-on-Tyne. Later he went to sea as a Surgeon in the Mercantile Marine. When war broke out, Jamieson's ship was taken over by the Admiralty for the transport of Australian troops to Gallipoli. He was wounded at the Dardanelles and invalided home. On recovery he rejoined his ship and died at sea, on Admiralty Service, 23 September 1915.
Date of Death: 23 September 1915
Burial Details: Buried at Ta Braxia Cemetery, Malta, Division 5, Grave 4.
Publication: Roll of Service, edited by Mabel Desborough Allardyce. Published 1921.
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