Ian Macfarlane: Soldier and Medical Missionary
MACFARLANE, Norman C.
Category: First World War
London, The Religious Tract Society. .
Revised and enlarged edition; 8vo; original cloth. Captain Ian MacFarlane (Royal Army Medical Corps) died of typhus on 18th July 1917 at the age 29. He was the son of the Reverend Norman C MacFarlane and was a Medical Missionary at Nazareth Palentine from 1911 to 1914 joining the forces in 1915. At the time of his death he had just been appointed chief of a 60 bed hospital, a refuge camp and an isolation camp for typhus cases, behind the Gaza lines in Egypt. A fine copy.