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Born in Knightsbridge, London. Educated at Western Grammar School, Brompton and King's College, London.
Student at St George's Hospital Medical School 1856. MRCS, LSA 1861. Obstetric assistant at St George's Hospital. MD Durham 1877.
Consulting physician at Bedford Cottage Hospital. Prosector at the Royal College of Surgeons.
Retired in 1918. His son G.H. Goldsmith was also a Student at St George's Hospital Medical School (student no 5825).
?Charles Handfield Jones, student register 1840 (No 3854), demonstrator of anatomy at St George's Hospital
Son of William Henry Bull, and half-brother of D.W.A. Bull, who were also students at St George's Hospital.
Educated at Wellington and Caius College, Cambridge. BA 1912, MB 1918. Student at St George's Hospital Medical School 1911. MRCS, LRCP 1918.
House physician at St George's Hospital.
Captain at King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, 1914-1917.
Listed as assistant apothecary at St George's Hospital in 1843.
Born in Norfolk. The daughter of MP for Kings Lynn. Studied music at the Royal College of Music prior to entering the London Medical School for Women, where she completed her pre-clinical training in 1914. During the First World War she worked at French Red Cross in a military hospital.
Started her studies at St George's Hospital Medical School in 1915 along with three other female students (Hetty Ethelberta Claremont, Mariam Bostock and Elizabeth O'Flynn). Qualified in 1916, MB 1916. Worked at St George's Hospital as curator of the Pathological Museum, medical registrar and house physician.
Worked at the Victoria Hospital for Children and South London Hospital for Women. Lecturer in pathology at King's College Hospital. Received a fellowship to study at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, USA, in 1923. Worked at the Women's Hospital in Philadelphia. Professor at the Albert Einstein Medical Centre in Philadelphia. Published on comparative anatomy, pathology and roentgenology of the breast, and received her MD in 1954, almost 40 years after qualifying as a doctor.
Retired to Norfolk. Died in 1973, aged 83.
RCP 1886. MRCS 1887. Of Kingston, Jamaica in 1891.
Born in Colchester.
Student at St George's Hospital Medical School 1842. MRCS 1847, LSA 1848. House surgeon 1849.
Returned to Colchester in 1861. Died 9 Nov 1882
Born in Donington, Spalding, Lincolnshire.
Student at St George's Hospital Medical School 1853; MRCS, LSA 1856.
Medical officer at Donington District Spalding Union.
Apprenticed to a general practitioner. Educated at the London Hospital; qualified in 1851. Worked as an assistant to a practitioner in Leytonstone. Volunteered in the Crimean War as a staff surgeon in Turkey, and acted as a correspondent to The Times.
On his return from the war, moved from Putney to Fulham and to Nottingham, where he participated in founding the Nottingham Eye Infirmary, and began to specialise in ophthalmology. Moved to Stroud in 1862, had a partnership with George Samuel Gregory; participated in establishing the Gloucestershire Eye Institution.
Married aged 40 and moved to London. Worked for The Times and The Lancet. Surgeon to the Royal Eye Hospital, Southward, 1869-1877. Ophthalmic surgeon to St George's Hospital 1870; consulting surgeon 1983. Ophthalmic surgeon to the National Hospital for Paralysis and Epilepsy. Hunterian Professor, Orator, Lettsomian Lecturer at the Royal College of Surgeons, president of the Medical Society of London. Represented the Apothecaries' Society on the General Medical Council. Sat on the first London County Council, and participated in establishing a committee to report on the Care of the Insane, but was not re-elected.
Published on hysteria and diseases of the nervous system; on medical education; on ophthalmology.
Married twice, to Helen Ann Beauchamp and to Rachel Elizabeth Hallpike. Had four sons. Died at home in Clapham Common 23 Oct 1918, aged 91. Buried at West Norwood Cemetery.
Brother of L.B. Hayne, also a student at St George's. Educated at Tonbridge.
Student at St George's Hospital Medical School 1894. MRCS, LRCP 1902. House surgeon, house physician and obstetric assistant at St George's Hospital.
Lived in Mandalay, Burma [Myanmar]: district MD at Burma Railways.
Died 12 Oct 1955, aged 79, in Westham, Sussex.