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Biography of Stanley Everard Lewis

Stanley Everard Lewis graduated MBChB from the University in 1902. He was born in Mandeville, Jamaica, son of James Daly, a solicitor.

After graduation, Lewis joined the Royal Army Medical Corps as Lieutenant in 1903. As a Captain, he was stationed at Standerton, Transvaal, before achieving the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in 1926.

Lewis served during WWI, and was mentioned in dispatches in the London Gazette (19 October 1914 and 1 January 1916) and awarded the Legion of Honour (Chevalier Legion D'epidemies). His is listed in the University's WWI Roll of Honour.

Lewis died at Shears Green, Gravesend, Kent on 23 November 1938.


Other Online Resources

Printed Materials

  • The Medical Directory 1914, p.1805

Archival Materials

  • R3/1/1 (vol 2) Register of dates of birth of graduates 1881-1915


Stanley Everard Lewis
Born 2 October 1878.
Died 23 November 1938.
GU Degree: MBChB, 1902;
University Link: Alumnus, Graduate
Occupation categories: military; physicians
Additional Information: R3/1/1 (vol 2)
English snippet: Medical graduate of the University of Glasgow, 1902
Record last updated: 5th Aug 2013

Country Associations

Jamaica Jamaica, Mandeville
Place of Birth

England England, Gravesend, Shears Green
Place of Death

South Africa South Africa, Standerton

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