Life & Career
In mid August, 1917, he was invalided from the Aegean, suffering from neurasthenia.
On 19 August 1918, there was a Court of Enquiry regarding a matter involving clothing. Blame was attached to Burn in the affair, and further health issues followed. It was determined that he was fit only for shore service, but on 6 January 1919 he was to resume duties in West Africa. Later, he was deemed unfit for this station.
|Captain of H.M.S. Persimmon
2 May, 1919 – 18 Jul, 1919
Charles T. Keigwin