Captain, 27th Casualty Clearing Station, Royal Army Medical Corps.
Died 15th November 1918, age 27.
Buried at Baghdad (North Gate) War Cemetery, Iraq.
Former student of medicine.
Geoffrey was born in Birkdale, Southport in 1891 the son of Dr William Maule and his wife Clara E. Maule. He was educated at Shrewsbury, then Christ’s College, Cambridge where he gained a B.A. He entered Manchester University in 1911 to study Medicine serving in the University Officer Training Corps and was still studying when World war One broke out, graduating with a M.R.C.S and L.R.C.P in 1916. He became acting House Surgeon at Manchester Royal Infirmary where he joined the Royal Army Medical Corps Special Reserve. Called to the colours he was gazetted as a Captain and sent to join 27th Casualty Clearing Station R.A.M.C serving in Mesopotamia. Tragically in the November of 1918 he contacted pneumonia and died on 15th November 1918. He was 27 years old. He left effects worth £734 12s 10d to a lady called Ellen Harris who was the wife of Emanuel Vincent Harris.