Royal Army Medical Corps

He was born in Hereford, Herefordshire about 1866 (45 in 1911) to Robert and Jemima. He was aged 35 in 1903 at the consecration of Comrades Lodge.

In 1881 he was living in Leominster, Herefordshire at 45 Eign Street and is a Clerk. Louisa and Robert were living at this address along with Jemima’s mother.

He was married as proved on the 1911 census, but cannot find record

He died at Ipswich around December 1948.


• 1897 Posted Malta • 1897 Corporal Medical Staff Corps • 1899-1902 Second Anglo-Boer War 2nd Class Staff Sergeant, Royal Army Medical Corps • 1903 Staff Sergeant Royal Army Medical Corps, Military Hospital, Ipswich • 1911 Staff Sergeant Royal Army Medical Corps , Royal Artillery Barracks, Ipswich • 1918 Temp Quartermaster & Hon. Temp Lt Royal Army Medical Corps (V)


Office at Consecration: Steward One of the 25 petitioners not named individually on the Warrant of Constitution. Strong link with Suffolk and RAMC (V). Alfred Thomas Mears to he temp. Qr.-Mr., with the hon. rank of Lt. 8th June 1918. Resigned from the Lodge in 1911 SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 9 AUGUST, 1918.