Summary of his military career, 1890-1932, ND, his daughter's birth certificate, 1905, and a list of medals, papers and other items relating to Hudson received by the National Army Museum, 1980. 'Correspondence regarding the removal of the grave of Capt Granville Gower Loch CB, RN from the Shwedagon Pagoda, Burma', 1924-1929, a pamphlet published at the request of Maj Gordon Loch in 1929.
HUDSON, Maj Gen Corrie (1874-1958)
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- ReferenceGB 99 KCLMA Hudson
- Dates of Creation1905, 1929, 1980
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description1 file
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Administrative / Biographical History
Born in 1874; House Surgeon and House Physician at Charing Cross Hospital, London, 1897-1898; entered Indian Medical Service, 1899; Medical Officer 2nd Queen's Own Rajput Light Infantry, 1899-1907; served in China, 1900-1902; Capt, 1902; served in Somaliland Field Force, 1903-1904; Staff Surgeon, Bangalore, 1908-1912; Maj, 1910; served in Balkan War, 1912-1913; Deputy Assistant Director of Medical Services, 1 Indian Cavalry Div, 1914-1916; Medical Officer, 11 King Edward's Own Lancers, 1916-1917; Lt Col, 1918; Assistant Director of Medical Services, Wazaristan Field Force, 1919-1920; Assistant Director of Medical Services, Wana Column, 1920-1921; Assistant Director of Medical Services, Razmak Field Force, 1922-1923; Director of Medical Organisation for War, Army HQ, 1924-1925; Col, 1925; Maj-Gen, 1928; Deputy Director of Medical Services, Eastern Command, 1928-1932; Honorary Surgeon to King George V, 1928-1932; died in 1958.
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Presented to the Centre by the family in 1987.
Other Finding Aids
Summary guide entry on-line at http://www.kcl.ac.uk/iss/archives/cats/, and detailed catalogue available in hard copy in the Centre's reading room.
National Army Museum holds medals, decorations and some papers relating to Hudson, 1890-1932. The Royal Geographical Society holds his travel diaries (non-military) and a notebook relating to his career in Indian Medical Service.
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