Plaque

Sydney Monckton Copeman

Erection date: 1996

Inscription

English Heritage
Sydney Monckton Copeman, 1862-1947, immunologist and developer of smallpox vaccine, lived here.

Site: Sydney Monckton Copeman (1 memorial)

SW10, Redcliffe Gardens, 57

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Medical Scientist. Born as Sydney Arthur Monckton Copeman in the cathedral cl...

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