Tel: 1(905) 634-3848

Text: 1(905) 906-3848

Purveyors of Authentic Militaria

eMedals-A British Indian Army Medical Officer Photograph; Surgeon Benjamin Evers

Item: GB4722

A British Indian Army Medical Officer Photograph; Surgeon Benjamin Evers



Layaway Policy

eMedals is pleased to offer flexible layaway services to all clients. Our layaway program offers the opportunity for clients to make payments on eligible items over period of time.

Minimum deposit of 30%, of the total price of your order including all applicable taxes and shipping charges, is due when the merchandise is put on layaway. The total price of your order must be paid within 6 months from the date of original purchase.

You may make additional payments at any time by accessing the Layaway section in your account.

Your contract will be automatically cancelled and ordered merchandise will be returned to stock if you have not completed payments in full by the 3 month deadline.

You may pay by cash, check, wire transfer, Paypal, or credit card.

Available for immediate shipping.

A British Indian Army Medical Officer Photograph; Surgeon Benjamin Evers

A British Indian Army Medical Officer Photograph; Surgeon Benjamin Evers - Sepia-toned studio portrait mounted to cardboard, matte finish, obverse illustrating a standing Evers in uniform, reverse with the Royal coat-of-arms inscribed "Clarkington & Co Parliamentary Photographers", inscribed in pencil "Surgeon B. Evers Calcutta" in the upper left corner, studio marked "CLARKINGTON'S Photographic Series of the Members of the British Legislature." along the bottom, 61 mm x 97 mm, light soiling, near extremely fine. Footnote: Listed in the Roll of the Indian Medical Service, D.G. Crawford, Page 174. 1927. EVERS, BENJAMIN b. 28 Nov. 1841. L.R.C.P. and S. Ed. 1867, A.S. 1 Apr. 1868. Surg. 1 July 1873. B.B., C.M. 1878; M.D. 1879, Ab., S.M. 1 Apr. 1880. S.S.C. Cantab, 1885, R. 20 Apr. 1896. d. at West Kensington, 29 March 1904. Surgeon Lieutenant-Colonel Benjamin Evers, MD., LRCP. Ed., and LRCS, Ed., Bengal Medical Department, 1868-1895. (Assistant Surgeon in the Photograph). He was an Assistant Surgeon on 1st of April 1868 and then Surgeon Major on the 1st of April 1880 and Surgeon Lieutenant-Colonel on the 1st of April 1888. His first duty is an Officiating Surgeon for the 18th Bengal Native Infantry. From 1873-1875, he served as a Civil Surgeon in Seoni, India. From 1876 to 1879, he served as the Civil and Jail Surgeon for Seoni. From 1880 to 1885, Surgeon Major Benjamin serves first as Civil, then from 1881 as Civil and Jail Surgeon for Wandha, India. In 1888, he was Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians (LRCP) and a Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons (LRCS) and served as Civil Surgeon and Superintendent of the Raipur Central Jail. 1893 to 1895 he was a Civil Surgeon in Raipur. He is not on the 1896 Army List and appears to have retired from the Bengal Medical Department with 28 years service.
Back To Top