Person    | Male  Born 1906  Died 1973

Sir Edward Muir

Sir Edward Muir

President of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, 1971 - 1973. He died suddenly while in the post. Also, strangely, was Master of the Worshipful Company of Fanmakers, 1958.

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Sir Edward Muir

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Sir Edward Muir

This Silver Maple tree (Acer saccharinum) was planted in 1973 in memory of Si...

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William Farr

William Farr

Epidemiologist, a founder of medical statistics. Born Kenley, Shropshire.

Person, Medicine, Science

1 memorial
Sir William Leishman

Sir William Leishman

Born Glasgow. With the army in India where he developed an interest in kala azar. This and his anti-typhoid work are his achievements. He remained with the army medical service throughout his career.

Person, Armed Forces, Medicine, Scotland

1 memorial
London School of Tropical Medicine

London School of Tropical Medicine

This school was founded in 1899 at the Albert Dock Seamen's Hospital by Patrick Manson, the Chief Medical Officer to the Colonial Office. The School moved to he Endsleigh Gardens site in 1920. The ...

Group, Medicine

2 memorials
Children who died in the Evelina at Guy's Hospital

Children who died in the Evelina at Guy's Hospital

See the Evelina Children's Hospital for more information.

Group, Children, Medicine

1 memorial
William Crawford Gorgas

William Crawford Gorgas

Born Mobile, Alabama. Worked in the medical department of the US army and specialised in yellow fever. Died in London from a stroke while on his way to West Africa.

Person, Armed Forces, Medicine, USA

1 memorial