Captain Wilfred Balgarnie OBE RAMC, MD, FRCS,
Wilfred Balgarnie was an Assistant Director of the Hampshire Red Cross. He was commissioned a Temp Lieut in the RAMC 14 July 1916 (Gazette), Temp Capt on 4 July 1917 (Gazette), OBE 24 Aug 1917 and honorary rank of Captain 4 July 1918. He was surgeon at the Minley Auxiliary Hospital which had its own operating theatre. His wife Anne Blanche Balgarnie was Commandant of VAD10 (Elvetham & Hartley Wintney). They lived at the Dutch House, Hartley Wintney (Hampshire Record Office 173A12/A1/2/1 page 30). Blanche can be found in Lives of WW1 but her husband cannot be found.
P J Tipton commented
GlenP Many thanks for your informed support. The Archivist of the British Red Cross Museum tells me that they are scanning all the service cards of WW1 VADs, and hope to have them online later this year. We shall use them in our own research. Does #LivesOfWW1 intend to use these as seeding documents for 'Lives' of VADs? I do hope so.
I must correct a typo in my first post: Mrs Blanche Balgarnie was Commandant of VAD16 (Elvetham & Hartley Wintney). VAD10 unit was part of Aldershot & Farnborough Division of Hampshire Red Cross run by the Hon. Mrs Charles White of Fleet Farm House, Fleet.
This is an interesting situation.
As he only had Home Service, he won't have qualified for any campaign medals therefore no Medal Card which is why he isn't on the site already.
For the RAMC, it appears that service records for officers taking temporary (i.e. wartime service only) commissions were destroyed around the 1930s. If so, the Gazette entries you have found are probably the best surviving official records of his service.
I wonder if that is enough for IWM to accept him and add him to "Lives"? It would be for me.