Person    | Male  Born 7/4/1917  Died 10/3/1973

Dr. Ian Goodson Wickes

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Dr. Ian Goodson Wickes

MA, MD, FRCP, DCH.
Chief Assistant Childrens Department, St Bartholomew's Hospital, 1946 - 1951.
June 2009 we found this at Mike Kemble :"Ed Goodson has the following request for information: Can anyone who served on the Arctic Convoy (JW56-JW67) from Liverpool to Murmansk (July 1944 - May 1945) remember Surgeon Lieutenant Ian Goodson-Wickes, RNVR? He served in RMS EXE (frigate), HMS BIDEFORD (sloop) and Corvettes. In the absence of adequate war office records I wish to establish his entitlement to the Arctic Emblem. Any anecdotal information would be very much appreciated. If you wish to contact Ed please do so directly on: wickes1@hotmail.com. "

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