The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Gallwey, Surgeon-General Sir Thomas Joseph

Gallwey, Surgeon-General Sir Thomas Joseph, M.D., M.Ch., K.C.M.G. (1900) C.B. (1896) Army Medical Staff; 4th s. of late Henry Gallwey J.P., Tramore, Waterford; b. 1852; educ; Stonyhurst, and Royal University, Ireland; joined Army Medical Deptt, 1874; specially made Surgeon-Major, 1S85; became Colonel, 1898; Afghan War, Ali Musjid (medal with clasp), etc; Egyptian Expedition induing Kassnssin and Tel-el-Kebir (medal with clasp, Khedive’s Star); Soudan Expedition, 1884-85; P.M.O., India, 1902-00; P.M.O., Aldershot 1900-11; retired, 1911; holds 3rd class Medjedie, 1895. Recreations: racquets, billiards, Cricket, polo, shooting, racing. Club: junior United Service.