Bleaden, Wilfred Henry

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Bleaden, Wilfred Henry

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        1887-1965

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        Son of the Reverend W. H. Bleaden, Vicar of St Mary's, Paddington.

        Educated at St Edmund's School, Oxford and then at Brasenose College, Oxford. While at Oxford, in 1908, he was on the British Olympic team for the long jump. He obtained his BA in 1909. MB MCh Oxford 1911, MS 1919, MRCS and FRCS 1921.

        After qualifying he held several house positions at St George's Hospital. During the First World War he was a Lieutenant-Commander in the Royal Navy. After the war ended, he went into private practice in Ashley Gardens, Westminster. He was also the visiting apothecary at St George's Hospital and a medical referee for several insurance companies.

        He died 30 August 1965.

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            Plarr's Lives of the Fellows

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