Person    | Male  Born 1650  Died 1/11/1714

John Radcliffe

Categories: Medicine

Physician. Born Yorkshire. Baptised in 1650. In 1684 he moved into Bow Street where he set up in a successful practice. Died in semi-disgrace having refused to attend Queen Anne (his long-time patient) on her death-bed. Died at Carshalton.

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John Radcliffe

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Bow Street

Bow Street was formed about 1637. It has been the residence of many notable m...

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Normansfield Asylum

Normansfield Asylum

See Lost Hospitals of London for an excellent history of this hospital. Briefly: The White House, a mansion with 5 acres of grounds, was built in 1866.  Dr Langdon Down and his wife Mary bought it ...

Group, Children, Medicine

1 memorial
Hunt's House at Guy's Hospital

Hunt's House at Guy's Hospital

Another, partial, view of this building here.  Dates approximate.

Building, Medicine

1 memorial
Receiving House

Receiving House

In 1774 a group of London doctors, concerned at the number of people who were mistakenly being given up for dead, wanted to promote new techniques of resuscitation. They decided to concentrate on d...

Building, Medicine, Tragedy

1 memorial
Dr Josiah Oldfield

Dr Josiah Oldfield

Lawyer, physician, and writer on health. And creator of hospitals - read on. Born Shrewsbury. At Oxford University he became a vegetarian and a friend of Gandhi. First qualified as a barrister and...

Person, Medicine, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
George Carpenter

George Carpenter

Major George Blackburn Carpenter was born on 14 May 1917 in Townville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, USA, the third child of George Blackburn Carpenter (1878-1957) and Anna Amelia Blackburn née Co...

Person, Armed Forces, Medicine, USA

War served, WW2
1 memorial