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Biographical entry Walker, Dallas Bradlaugh (1892 - 1947)

MRCS and FRCS 13 December 1923; MB ChB New Zealand 1919; FRCS Ed 1919; FRACS 1932.

23 October 1892
10 January 1947
Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia
General surgeon


Born 23 October 1892, the eldest son of the Rev Matthew Walker, a minister of the Church of Australia, and Anne Beattie, his wife. Walker was educated at Auckland Grammar School and the Otago Medical School, Dunedin, New Zealand, and served as a captain in the Australian Army Medical Corps during the war of 1914-18. He took the Edinburgh Fellowship in 1919 and the English Fellowship in 1923, and then settled in practice at Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia. He was elected a Fellow of the Australasian College in 1932. Walker married in 1919 Gertrude Lillian Jacks, who survived him with one daughter. He died at Rockhampton on 10 January 1947.

Sources used to compile this entry: [Med J Austral 1947, 1, 160, no memoir; information from Mrs Walker].

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