Stokes, Whitley Bland

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Stokes, Whitley Bland

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"Born at Tralee on November 3rd 1863. He was educated at Trinity College Dublin, and at St George's Hospital.

In 1866 he went to India as Surgeon Captain, Indian Medical Service, but soon after arrival suffered from typhoid fever and dysentery, and he had to resign on September 22nd 1887. After some years of ill health, and after acting as Assistant Master of the Coombe Lying-In Hospital, Dublin, he settled in practice at 37 Onslow Square and was appointed Medical Registrar at St George's Hospital, Assistant Physician to the Hospital or Disease of the Chest and Heart, Anaesthetist to the Throat Hospitals in Golden Square and in Great Portland Street, as well as Medical Officer to the Brompton Provident Dispensary.

He died at Howth on September 27th 1906. "


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Royal College of Surgeons

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