SURGEON-CAPTAIN L. W. JEFFRIES..
Surgeon-Captain L. W. Jeffries, who is reported wounded at the Dardanelles, is 30 years of age, and is a son of the Rev. W. Jeffries, of Lefevre-terrace, North Adelaide. He was a student at Prince Alfred College, and later at the Adelaide University, where he took his medical degree.
After a year spent at the Adelaide Hospital and 18 months with Dr.Powell, of Kadina, he went abroad to further his studies. He took a post graduate course at Baltimore, in the United States, and then went to Breslan, Germany.
He proceeded to India to assist at a medical mission in North India. On his return to England he secured the position, of superintendent of the Queen's Hospital for children at Hackney, London, but early last year he decided to return to South Australia and practise his profession here.
At the commencement of war he volunteered for service and was accepted, as a member of the 4th Field Ambulance.
1915 'SURGEON-CAPTAIN L. W. JEFFRIES.', Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), 22 May, p. 44, viewed 17 June, 2015, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article89147419