The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Spencer, Surgeon-General Sir Lionel Dixon

Spencer, Surgeon-General Sir Lionel Dixon, K.C.B., (1909); M.D. (St. Andrews) M.R.C.S., (Eng.) L.S.A. (London); s. of William Spencer; educ: at Newcastle and St. Andrew’s University; entered Indian Medical Service, 1865; served in Waziristan Expedition, as P.M.G., 1894-95; Principal Medical Officer, Punjab Command; Surgeon-General, 1898; Surg.-General of Dispensaries and Vaccination in Rajputana; Civil and Military Administrative Medical Officer, 1881-91; Principal Medical Officer, Calcutta, 1892-93; in charge of Punjab Frontier Force, 1893-98; Offg. Director-General of Indian Medical Service, 1901; retd., 1902; Honorary Surgeon to King-Emperor Edward VII, 1906; to King-Emperor George V, 1910; m. Elizabeth Lamond d. of Alexander Harvey, 1872. Address; 54, Victoria Street,, S.W. Club: East India United Service.