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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Dame Rosalind Paget

Dame Rosalind Paget

Nurse and midwife. Trained at the British Lying-in Hospital. She was the first superintendent, and later inspector general, of the Queen's Jubilee Institute for District Nursing at the London Hospi...

Person, Medicine

1 memorial
Richard Bright

Richard Bright

A physician specialising in kidney problems, he was credited with the discovery of Bright's Disease (now called Glomerulonephritis or Nephritis) through his research on patients who exhibited drops...

Person, Medicine

1 memorial
Florence Nightingale

Florence Nightingale

Nurse, statistician, author. Born in Italy (go on, guess which city) while her parents were on the grand tour. Her sister was born one year earlier in Naples, and named Frances Parthenope, the Gree...

Person, Medicine, Seriously Famous, Crimea, Italy, Turkey

6 memorials
G.P. Research Club

G.P. Research Club

A meeting of the club is held twice a year, at which various papers, from research ideas through to completed, published studies are presented. BJGP tells that this nationwide club was founded by ...

Group, Medicine

1 memorial
Cadet Edward Sylvester Blake

Cadet Edward Sylvester Blake

Edward Sylvester Blake was born on 31 December 1896 in Wilnecote, Warwickshire, the youngest of the three children of the Reverend James Edward Huxley Blake (1863-1933) and Beatrice Harriet Blake n...

Person, Armed Forces, Medicine

War dead, WW1
1 memorial