Lee, Frederick Fawson

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Lee, Frederick Fawson

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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.


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Royal College of Surgeons

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