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Manders Neville Colonel D.D.M.S. RAMC -7/8/15

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Category: Roll of Honour of the Fallen - Gallipoli Campaign
Forum Name: Army Medical Corps
Forum Description: New Zealand Medical Corps
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Topic: Manders Neville Colonel D.D.M.S. RAMC -7/8/15
Posted By: Mal Murray
Subject: Manders Neville Colonel D.D.M.S. RAMC -7/8/15
Date Posted: 01 May 2015 at 11:35
Manders Neville Colonel Royal Army Medical Corps D.D.M.S.(Anzac) Army Medical Staff.
Born: Marlborough, Wiltshire (12/12/1859). Commissioned: 2/8/1884.
Age: 55 Date of Death: 09/08/1915 Cause: Killed in action.
Awards: Mentioned in Despatches (London Gazette 5/11/1915).
Family notes: Son of Maj. T. Manders, late 6th Dragoon Guards (Carabineers); husband of Mrs. M. B. Knapp (formerly Manders), of 77, Fellows Rd., Hampstead, London.
Education: Educatedat Marlborough College.
Other notes: Colonel Manders Medal Index Card shows him as entering the Gallipoli Theatre of Operations on 25/4/1915.
Special notes: The CWGC, his Medal Index Card and other records show Colonel Manders' date of death as "9/8/1915" whilst his Casualty Record (Army Form B103) shows him as "Killed in action 7/8/15".
Grave/memorial: Special Memorial. 20. New Zealand No.2 Outpost Cemetery.


His CWGC page may be viewed here;

http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/606131/MANDERS,%20NEVILLE" rel="nofollow - http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/606131/MANDERS,%20NEVILLE


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Posted By: CONNOLLY7331
Date Posted: 02 May 2015 at 07:39
Hi Mal

The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons has just published a book on the Anzac Surgeons  - it contains brief biographies of all identified surgeons from Australia and New Zealand who served in the MEF during the period of the Gallipoli campaign, both on the Peninsular and in the medical system supporting the troops.  Manders was one of 47 New Zealand surgeons identified.  He was killed by a snipper as he discussed medical evacuation plans with Gen Godley, August 9th, 1915.

Andrew


Posted By: Mal Murray
Date Posted: 02 May 2015 at 20:05
Andrew,

Many thanks for the info.

Welcome to the Association, I look forward to your input on the forum.

You should check out the Gallipolian archive on the main website where all issues available for members to download.

Regards

Mal

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