Chairman of British Social Hygiene Council, Principal Medical Officer of Prudential Assurance Co.
Nurse; Churchwarden at Hampstead Parish Church
KCVO, MD, MS, FRCS. Eye surgeon. Sometime Chairman of the LCC and Vice Chancellor of London University. He was Liberal MP for St Pancras West (1906-10), and for Derby (1917-18),. He was consulting surgeon to two eye hospitals, President of many societies (eg Huguenot Society),, Chairman of many committees (eg Hop Industry), and wrote many…
KCIE, CSI, KHS, IMS. Surgeon in India, mainly in Madras; also Professor of Midwifery and other Government appointments. Born Guernsey.
Surgeon and first Medical Officer of Health for Hampstead from 1856. He carried out radical reforms in his roles as Sanitary Inspector, Public Vaccinator and Medical superintendent of the Workhouse in New End. He lived latterly at Elm Cottage, Rosslyn Hill. His grave includes 2 children and 2 grandchildren, who died in their infancy.
DSO. Surgeon RN (from 1904),, Hon Surgeon to King George V (1930-32),, Registrar to Society of Apothecaries of London (1932-39),; Group Captain RAF Medical Service in World War II. Lived at 6 Holly Place.
FRCS. Surgeon from Manchester. He was the Founder of the Provincial School of Anatomy, a consulting surgeon to the Manchester Royal Informary and to the Lock Hospital, of which he was one of the Founders. As most of his career as an anatomist was before the Anatomy Act (1832), he admitted involvement in “body snatching”…
Surgeon Major of the Middle Temple; barrister at Law, who practised as a physician in Hampstead for more than 40 years.