Biographical entry Hudson, Ernest (1859 - 1916)
MRCS July 31st 1882; FRCS Dec 9th 1886; LSA 1882.
- 9 April 1859
- 14 October 1916
- General surgeon
Born on April 9th, 1859, the youngest son of Henry Lambard Hudson, Harleston, Norfolk. He studied at University College Hospital, and entered the Bengal Indian Medical Service as Surgeon on April 1st, 1886. He was gazetted Surgeon Major on April 1st, 1898, Lieutenant-Colonel on April 1st, 1906, and placed on the selected list on April 7th, 1911. He served on the North-East Frontier China Lushai Campaign (1889-1890), was mentioned in dispatches (GCO No 677) in 1890, and awarded the Medal with a Clasp. He also served in the Chitral Campaign, being present at the action of the Malakand Pass and the relief of Chitral, receiving the Medal with Clasp. In the intervals he served in the Gaol Department of the United Provinces and was Superintendent of the Naini Central Prison, Allahabad, where he died on Oct 14th, 1916.
The Royal College of Surgeons of England
Created: 25 April 2012