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Born at Killerton, Devon. Educated at Harrow and Christ Church, Oxford. Studied medicine at St George's Hospital and Edinburgh. All Souls fellowship 1842, Lee's reader in anatomy at Christ Church 1846; BM 1846.
Physician at the Radcliffe Infirmary 1847.
Student at St George's Hospital Medical School 1854.
Educated at Rossall. His brother J.E. Kenyon was also a student at St George's.
Studied medicine at St George's Hospital. MB London 1868, LRCP 1866, MRCS 1866. Obstetric assistant at St George's Hospital 1866-69.
Houe surgeon at Soho Square Hospital for Women. Resident Medical Officer at Manchester New Workhouse. Medical Officer of Health at the City of Chester. Fellow of the Obstetric Society and the Society of Medical Officers of Health.
Died at Chester 6 Mar 1910, aged 66.
Educated at Brighton and Harrow. Studied natural sciences at Pembroke College Oxford; graduated 1860. Studied medicine at St George's Hospital and in Paris; BM 1864. Spent two years in France and Italy following his graduation, due to ill health.
Demonstrator of anatomy and physiology at St George's Hospital 1866.
Assistant physician to the Brompton Hospital 1867, physician 1871.
Specialisms: Pulmonary tuberculosis; advocate of sanatorium treatment in high altitudes, of improved living conditions, ventilation and milk and water supplies. One of the founders of the National Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosis. Received M.V.O. for his part in the building of the King Edward VII Sanatorium in Midhurst. Author of 'Pulmonary Consumption' (1871) together with his father, C.J.B. Williams.
Lectured at the Medical Society of London; Lumleian lecturer, Harveian orator and censor at the Royal College of Physicians.
Married Mary Jeffreys in 1868. Died 15 Dec 1912.
Student at St George's 1854. LSA 1860. MRCS 1861. MD Aberdeen 1870. MB 1869.
Resident apothecary and resident medical officer at St George's Hospital.
Physician at Victoria Hospital for Sick Children. Private practice at 4 Chesham Place, SW London.
Son of James Wilson, surgeon and teacher of anatomy at the Hunterian School in Great Windmill Street. Educated at St Peter's College, Westminster and Christ Church, Oxford, graduating in 1815; AM 1818, MB 1819 and MD 1823. Travelled and worked in Europe in the 1820s, including in Italy as physician to lord and lady Spencer in 1819-1820.
Physician at St George's Hospital 1829-1857, consulting physician 1868-1882, lecturer in anatomy.
Fellow and censor of the Royal College of Physicians 1825; Lumleian lecturer and Harveian orator. Retired 1868; lived in South Holmwood, Dorking. Died 29 Dec 1882.
Son of William White Cooper. Educated at Marlborough and Trinity College, Cambridge. BA 1880, MA, MB 1885. MRCP 1890.
Studied medicine at St George's Hospital 1881. House physician at St George's Hospital 1885, assistant medical registrar.
Clinical assistant at Golden Square Throat Hospital. Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine. Private practice in London.
Born 18th April 1855. Entered St George's Hospital in 1872. Member of Royal College of Surgeons and Licentiate of Royal College of Physicians.
He was a Surgeon, later Surgeon Captain in 1885, in the Pacific Steam Navigation Company's Service. He became Surgeon Major in the Royal Army Medical Corps in 1898. He served on an expedition to the west coast of Africa in 1887 and was awarded a medal. He retired in 1905 but returned to the War Office at the outbreak of the first world war in 1914 and served as Major in the Royal Army Medical Corps on medical boards at the War Office and Adastral House. He was employed when on retired list at Topsham, Devon in 1905 and Lancaster in 1911.
Son of Henry Noad, lecturer in chemistry at St George's Hospital Medical School.
Student at St George's Hospital Medical School 1866. MRCS, LRCP 1871.
Clinical assistant at the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street.
Died at Ealing, 22 Apr 1908, aged 66.
Educated at Sherbourne, Dorset. MRCS, LRCP
Educated at Trinity College, Oxford, BA 1869, MA 1872. MB 1877. LRCP 1873. MRCP 1876.
Student at St George's Hospital in 1868. House physician 1873. Obstetric assistant 1874-1876. He appears to have been a physician either to Oscar Wilde or his wife Constance.
Married author Augusta Matilda Paterson in 1876. Retired in 1898.
Son of Henry Thomas Leigh, FRCS. His brothers William Leigh and Frederick Leigh were also students at St George's. Educated at King's College School. LSA, MRCS 1863. LRCP 1864.
Student at St George's. House surgeon 1864, obstetric assistant 1865.
Consulting surgeon at Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children. Medical Officer at Brighton and Hove Dispensary.
Died at Brighton 31 Mar 1919, aged 77.
Student at St George's Hospital in 1863
Born at Norwich.
Student at St George's Hospital Medical School 1854. MRCS 1858, LRCPLond 1862, FRCS 1867. House-surgeon 1859 and surgical registrar 1861 at St. George's Hospital.
Surgeon at the Royal Navy Hospital 1854. Surgeon at the 1st Life Guards 1863-1877. Private practice at 30 Cadogan Place, SW London. Fellow and vice-president of the Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society and the Medical Society of London. Knighthood 1905.
Retired 1911. Lived in Falmouth. His nephew J.A. Venning also studied at St George's Hospital.
Grandson of Robert Pennington Sparrow (d.1866), who was also a surgeon and student at St George's Hospital in 1843. Born on the Isle of Wight. Educated at Eastman's Royal Navy Academy, University of London and University of Durham.
MRCS, LRCP 1915.
Student at St George's Hospital 1910. Medical registrar, house surgeon and house physician at St George's Hospital.
Worked at John Leigh Neurological Hospital in Cheshire. Assistant MO 1919-1920. Temporary captain RAMC. Deputy commissioner of medical services in the North Western Region. Neurologist and psychiatrist.
Born in 1886, the son of Colonel Stanier Waller and Sophia Louisa Willes. Educated at Marlborough College. He graduated from Oxford University in 1912 with a Bachelor of Medicine and in 1921 with a Doctor of Medicine. He became a member of the Royal College of Physicians in 1921. He practiced in Oxford before he took a resident appointment at St George's Hospital.
He served in the Royal Army Medical Corps in the Iraq Campaign. He returned to Oxford, and practiced there until around 1926 when he moved to Rustington where he remained in practice for the rest of his life.
He married Mary Anne Cameron in 1922. He died in 1958 aged 72.
Educated at King's College School and East India Company's Military College; Bombay Artillery 1852. Served in India and Aden, and resigned due to ill health in 1857. Studied at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, BA 1861, MB 1862, and St George's Hospital.
Worked as a medical registrar St George's Hospital from 1863.
Assistant physician at the Westminster Hospital 1868, physician 1875, lecturer 1868-1893. Assistant physician at the Hospital for Sick Children 1873, physician 1884. Lecturer and Censor at the Royal College of Physicians, 1894; fellow of RCP in 1870. Examiner in medicine at Cambridge.
Specialisms: Pneumonia, chorea.
Died in an accident in London in 1894, knocked down by a hansom cab. He was unmarried
Educated at Marlborough College; Clare College, Cambridge 1891; BA 1894; MA 1898, MB and BChir
Lecturer in pathology and forensic medicine at St George's Hospital; dean of the Medical School.
Pathologist at Grosvenor Hospital and Belgrave Hospital for Children
Educated at Rugby and Oriel College, Oxford, graduating in 1861.
Studied medicine at St George's, BM 1866. Demonstrator of anatomy 1869, curator of the museum 1870, assistant physician 1872-1876, physician 1876-1896, consulting physician 1896-1917; dean of the medical school 1888-1893.
Examiner in medicine for Oxford University. Senior censor at the Royal College of Physicians. Prime arden of the Goldsmiths' Company.
Married Florence Tanqueray; they had one son. Retired to Devon in 1904. Died 3 Nov 1917.
Born at Lowestoft. Educated at Cambridge University and St Thomas's Hospital. Qualified in 1889. Held junior posts at Addenbrooke's and St Thomas's Hospitals. Lecturer and examiner on midwifery at Cambridge.
Curator of the museum at St George's Hospital. Obstetric physician, lecturer on midwifery and the diseases of women at St George's Hospital.
Physician to the Queen Charlotte Hospital and East End Maternity Hospital.
Retired to Woodchester, Gloucestershire. Died 3 Oct 1944.
Studied medicine at St George's Hospital; MRCS 1858. MD 1884, St Andrew's University.
Assistant surgeon 1860 at the Army Medical Department, York and Lancaster Regiment. Participated in the New Zealand Wars in the 1860s. Served at Netley, Jersey and Malta. Retired as brigade surgeon in 1880. Worked at Beverley and St John Ambulance Association as a lecturer and examiner. Honorary associate of the Order of St John 1889.
Married, with three children. Died at Folkestone 17 Feb 1905.