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Holmes, Timothy

  • Person
  • 1825-1907

Educated at Merchant Taylors' school in London and Pembroke College, Cambridge; BA 1847. Student at St George's 1847.

House surgeon and registrar at St George's Hospital, assistant surgeon 1861-1867, surgeon 1867-1887, consulting surgeon 1887-1907; honorary treasurer 1894, vice-president 1904.

Assistant surgeon at the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street 1859, surgeon 1861-1868. Chief surgeon to the Metropolitan Police. Hunterian professor of surgery and pathology at the Royal College of Surgeons 1872; examiner 1873-1883. President of the Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London (later merged with the Royal Society of Medicine) and various roles at the Clinical Society and the Pathological Society of London.

Published widely on surgery, including 'Treatise on the Principles and Practice of Surgery', 1875, and edited multiple editions of Gray's Anatomy.

Married to Sarah Brooksbank, no children. Retired in 1887. Died in 1907

Higgs, Frederick William

  • Person
  • 1881-?

Born in Sutton, Surrey. Brother of J.S. Higgs, also a student at St George's Hospital. Student at London University. LSA 1904. MB BS 1906. MD 1911. MRCP 1907.

Student at St George's Hospital 1898. Medical registrar, assistant curator of the museum, house surgeon, house physician and temporary assistant physician at St George's Hospital.

Physician at the Belgrave Hospital for Children. Divisional MO at the Public Health Department. Lieutenant colonel at RAMCTF and acting colonel at AMS (TF). During First World War served in France in the British Expeditionary Force, on the ambulance train and at Casualty Clearing Station. CBE 1919. Livery at the Society of Apothecaries 1919. Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine.

Jones, ?

  • Person
  • ?

?Charles Handfield Jones, student register 1840 (No 3854), demonstrator of anatomy at St George's Hospital

Ingleby, Helen

  • Person
  • 1890-1973

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.

Jollye, Edward William

  • Person
  • c.1830-?

Born in Donington, Spalding, Lincolnshire.

Student at St George's Hospital Medical School 1853; MRCS, LSA 1856.

Medical officer at Donington District Spalding Union.

Hayne, Percy Alfred

  • Person
  • 1876-1955

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.

Johnson, Henry Charles

  • Person
  • 1808-1863

Educated at Great Windmill Street School. Student at St George's Hospital 1825.

House surgeon at St George's Hospital 1838, lecturer and demonstrator of anatomy at Kinnerton Street Medical School; taught Henry Gray. Assistant surgeon at St George's Hospital 1843-1853, surgeon 1853-1863.

Surgeon to the Pimlico Dispensary 1834, surgeon to the Asylum for the Blind and the School for the Indigent Blind.

Died of kidney disease on 28 Apr 1863 at 6 Savile Row. His brother Edmond founded a prize in memory of him in the medical school.

Myers, Arthur Thomas

  • Person
  • 1851-1894

Born at Keswick on 16th April 1851, the son of a clergyman. He was educated at Cheltenham and Trinity College, Cambridge, where he took a first class in classics and a second in natural sciences.

Myers did his clinical training at St George's Hospital, qualifying as LSA in 1879, and then held house appointments there. He obtained his Doctor of Medicine degree in 1881 and was made a Fellow of the College of Physicians in 1893. Myers suffered from attacks of an epileptic nature which prevented him from receiving a position on the staff of a teaching hospital. He was physician to the Belgrave Hospital for Children. His chief interest was in psychical research.

Myers died on 10th January 1894.

Pendlebury, Herbert Stringfellow

  • Person
  • 1870-1953

Born in Wigan, the son of a clothing manufacturer. Educated at St John's College, Grimsargh, near Preston, and Pembroke College, Cambridge. Studied natural sciences.

Student at St George's Hospital Medical School 1895; house surgeon and house physician 1898; surgical registrar and demonstrator of anatomy 1899; assistant surgeon 1900-1905; surgeon 1905.

Consulting surgeon at the Royal Waterloo Hospital for Women and Children and the Kensington Dispensary and Children's Hospital. Private practice at 44 Brook Street, London. Examiner at Cambridge University, the Society of Apothecaries and the Court of Examiners. The first honorary secretary of the newly amalgamated Royal Society of Medicine 1907; later honorary treasurer and honorary fellow. The first honorary secretary of the Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland. Served on the Council of Medical Society of London.

Married Lilian Dorothea Lane, who died in 1921. They had one son, John, who became an archeologist and was killed in Greece in 1942. Pendlebury's second marriage was in 1935 to Mabel Webb (d.1959). Retired to Malvern. Died in Malvern 21 April 1953, aged 82.

Ogle, Cyril

  • Person
  • 1861-1931

Son of John William Ogle, physician at St George's Hospital. Educated at Westminster School. Studied at Trinity College, Oxford, graduating 1884.

Medical student at St George's; qualified in 1888. 'Held the usual junior appointments'; assistant physician 1897-1904, physician 1904-1926, consulting physician 1926-1931; curator of the museum; lecturer on medicine, pharmacology and therapeutics.

Examiner at Cambridge University and the Conjoint Board, censor at the Royal College of Physicians.

Never married. Died at Folkestone on 21 Feb 1931

Margerison, Richard

  • Person
  • 1852-1906

Educated at Trinity College, Cambridge (BA 1875) and St George's Hospital.

House surgeon, surgical registrar, administrator of anaesthetics and demonstrator of anatomy at St George's Hospital.

Private practice at 15 Gloucester Street, Belgrave Road, London SW. Surgeon at the Belgrave Hospital for Children. Medical officer at Winchester College, 1890. Surgeon at the Hampshire Royal County Hospital.

Died in Winchester 20 Jul 1906.

Lee, Frederick Fawson

  • Person
  • 1839-1899

Educated at Christ's Hospital (the Bluecoat School).

Studied medicine at St George's Hospital. House surgeon 1861.

House surgeon at the Salisbury Infirmary 1862. Private practice in Salisbury in 1869. Surgeon to the St Nicholas Hospital and honorary physician to the infirmary from 1847. Assistant surgeon in the Wiltshire Rifle Volunteers 1869; Brigade Surgeon Lieutenant-Colonel 1891-1898. Advocate of ambulance traning; conducted classes for the police and railway staff. Member of the Southern Branch of the British Medical Association. President of the Salisbury Medical Society. Honorary Medical Officer to St Mary's Home.

Died of pneumonia following influenza on 12 Apr 1899. Buried in the Cathedral Cloisters in Salisbury.

Lee, Robert James

  • Person
  • 1841-1924

Son of Robert Lee, physician and surgeon. Educated at King's College School and Brighton College. Studied natural sciences at Caius College, Cambridge; BA 1863. Studied medicine at St George's Hospital and St Thomas's Hospital and at Paris; MB 1865.

Physician to the Western General Infirmary. Lecturer on forensic medicine and pathology at the Westminster Hospital. Assistant physician and physician to the Hospital for Sick Children.

Assistant obstetric physician at St George's Hospital. Lecturer on obstetric medicine.

Fellow and Galstonian lecturer at the Royal College of Physicians. Resigned his fellowship in 1902 'to give attention to the development of some patents'.

Married, with two daughters. Died at West Drayton, 17 Nov 1924.

Leigh, William

  • Person
  • 1843-1895

Educated at Epsom. Studied medicine at St George's Hospital, 1861. Diploma of the Royal College of Physicians of London and the Royal College of Surgeons of England 1865.

House surgeon, surgical registrar and chloroformist at St George's Hospital 1865-1870.

Joined his father in his private practice, continuing the practice after the death of his father. Surgeon to the Chiswick and Turnham Green Dispensary.

Died suddenly of apoplexy 25 Jun 1895 when boarding a steamer to cross from Glasgow to Ireland.

Two of his brothers were also students at St George's Hospital, T. Leigh (student number 4691) and Frederick Leigh (student number 5137).

Longridge, Charles John Nepean

  • Person
  • 1876-1952

Born in Cheshire. Educated at Malvern and Manchester University.

Student at St George's Hospital 1897. MD Victoria (Manchester) 1901, MB Bach 1900, MRCS, LRCP 1900, MRCP 1905, FRCS 1902.

Obstetric surgeon at Victoria Home. Examiner at Central Midwives' Board. MO at Cheltenham Ladies' College. Temporary captain at RAMC. Served in Egypt and France during the First World War. RMO at Queen Charlotte's Lying-In Hospital. House surgeon at Soho Square Hospital for Woman. House surgeon at Manchester Hospital for Children, Pendlebury. Editor of 'Nall's Aids to Obstetrics' (7th ed, 1909). Author of 'The Puerperium' (1906) and 'Manual for Midwives' (1908).

Died 13 Jul 1952.

Oakden, William Marshall

  • Person
  • 1886-1928

Born at Sherwood. Educated at Retford and Nottingham. Studied natural sciences at Peterhouse, Cambridge 1906-1909, and medicine at St Thomas's Hospital. Casualty officer, house surgeon, resident anaesthetist and clinical assistant in the Ear Department at St Thomas's Hospital.

Resident assistant surgeon 1915, surgical registrar 1916 at St George's Hospital.

Surgical specialist at Salonika during WWI as Major RAMC. Appointed orthopaedic surgeon at Springfield Park Ministry of Pensions Hospital, Liverpool in 1919; senior assistant surgeon at Queen Mary's Hospital, Carshalton in 1920; medical superintendent Metropolitan Asylums Board of St Luke's Hospital, Lowestoft, for the treatment of surgical tuberculosis in 1922.

He died unmarried at St Luke's Hospital on August 12th, 1928.

Oram, Evelyn Henry Bardens

  • Person
  • 1884-1943

Born at Plymouth in 1884, the son of Henry Oram and Emily Kate Bardens. Oram was educated at Dulwich College and entered St George's Hospital in 1900. He also studied at St Bartholomew's Hospital.

At St George's Hospital he was William Brown exhibitioner and a prizeman in 1907. He served the hospital as house surgeon, house physician, resident obstetric assistant and surgical registrar. He also acted as clinical assistant at the Evelina Hospital and the Victoria Hospital for Children.

During the first world war he served in the Royal Army Medical Corps, being commissioned a temporary captain in 1917. He then settled in practice at 43 Lee Terrace, and afterwards at 6 Lee Road, Blackheath, London. He was a temporary surgeon at the Miller Hospital, Greenwich.

He married Evelyn Mary Trethowan in 1924 and they had two sons. He died at Blackheath on 19th December 1943.

O'Flynn, Elizabeth

  • Person
  • ?-1946

Born in Ireland. Educated at the London School of Medicine for Women and Edinburgh Infirmary.

Student at St George's Hospital Medical School 1915; she was one of the first four women admitted to St George�s medical school (the other three were Hetty Ethelberta Claremont, Mariam Bostock and Helen Ingleby). Qualified 1917. Clinical
assistant and assistant curator of the museum at St George's Hospital 1917; house surgeon; house physician; medical registrar and clinical assistant to the venereal diseases department.

Address 13 Nevern Place, Earl's Court WC and 56 Rathgar Road, Dublin. MRCP 1924. Clinical pathologist at King's College Hospital; clinical assistant at the West End Hospital for Nervous Diseases; assistant pathologist at the National Hospital, Queen Square, 1924; pathologist at the Queen's Hospital for Children (later Queen Elizabeth Hospital for Children), Hackney; pathologist at the Mothers' Hospital, Clapton.

Specialisms: Children, brain. Published on pathology.

Married Sir Ambrose Thomas Stanton, a Canadian surgeon, in 1930 (d.1936), and became known as Lady Stanton. Died 1 Feb 1946 in London from influenzal bronchopneumonia.

In 1946 The Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology printed an obituary to her by Cuthbert Dukes, in which he praised her subsequent dedicated work at the Queen's Hospital For Children, a post which she had held for some twenty years.

Lee, Henry

  • Person
  • 1817-1898

Born in Maidenhead. Studied at King's College, London, 1833, but transferred to St George's Hospital in 1834. MRCS 1839, FRCS 1844. He was (one of) the first surgical registrars at the hospital, and later curator of the museum and lecturer in physiology.

Assistant surgeon at King's College Hospital 1847. Surgeon to the Lock Hospital. Returned to St George's Hospital as assistant surgeon in 1861 or 1863; surgeon 1868, consulting surgeon 1878-1898

Received the Jacksonian Prize from the Royal College of Surgeons in 1849 for his dissertation on purulent deposits. Member of Council and Hunterian Professor at Royal College of Surgeons. Consulting surgeon to the Lock Hospital and Queen Charlotte's Hospital.

Specialisms: Syphilis. Published on venereal diseases, pathology and diseases of veins.

Married twice, with daughters and a son. Retired 1878. Lived at 9 Savile Row. Died at home in 61 Queensborough Terrace, Hyde Park, London on 11 Jun 1898. His son, Henry Lee, was also a student at St George's Hospital (student no 5225)

Page, William Emanuel

  • Person
  • 1808-1868

Educated at Westminster School, Christ Church, Oxford and St George's Hospital.

Assistant physician at St George's Hospital 1841-1845, physician 1845-1867; lecturer.

Lecturer, censor, orator and treasurer at the Royal College of Physicians 1840-1868.

In 1856, married Julia Katherine Keate, the daughter of Robert Keate, serjeant-surgeon to the queen.

Ogle, John William

  • Person
  • 1824-1905

Educated at Trinity College, Oxford (BA 1847) and St George's; LRCP 1850, MA and BM 1851 (Oxford), DM 1857, FRCP 1855.

Curator of the museum at St George's Hospital with Henry Gray and lecturer on pathology 1861; assistant physician at St George's Hospital 1857, physician 1866.

Censor at the Royal College of Physicians 1873-74 and 1884, vice-president 1886. Founded and edited with Timothy Holmes St George's Hospital Reports (1866-1879).

Married 1854, five sons, one daughter. Lived at Highgate vicarage with one of his sons in later life. His son, Cyril Ogle, was also a physician at St George's

Le Cronier, Maxwell

  • Person
  • 1864-?

Brother of Hardwick le Cronier, also a student at St George's. Educated at Victoria College, Jersey.

Student at St George's Hospital 1882. MRCS, LRCP 1889. House surgeon at St George's Hospital 1889.

Medical inspector at St Helier's. Librarian at Jersey Medical Society. Honorary consulting MO at Jersey General Dispensary.

Lattey, James

  • Person
  • ?-1889

Also known as James Latty. Son of Dr Healy Lattey.

Student at St George's Hospital 1859. House surgeon 1865.

Member of the Royal College of Physicians. Practice in Kennington.

Died 18 Apr 1889, aged 47.

Penrose, Francis George

  • Person
  • 1857-1932

Educated at Repton; studied medicine at University College, London, Vienna and Berlin; MB 1884.

Career at St George's: 'junior roles'; assistant physician 1889-1897; physician 1897-1905; consulting physician 1905.

Junior appointments at University College Hospital and the Hospital for Sick Children.

Married Mary Helen Walters of Wimbledon in 1894. Retired in 1905 to Bournemouth. Died 16 Jul 1932 at Lynton, Devon

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