Person    | Male  Born 23/7/1828  Died 23/6/1913

Sir Jonathan Hutchinson

Categories: Medicine

Surgeon and pathologist. He was born on 23 July 1828 in Selby, Yorkshire and our picture source gives a biography of his life.

He died, aged 84 years, on 23 June 1913 in Haslemere, Surrey and was buried on 26 June 1913 in St Bartholomew's Churchyard, Tanners Lane, Church Hill, Haselmere, GU27 1BW.

Probate records confirm his date of death at The Library, Inval, Haselmere. Probate was granted to three of his sons: Jonathon Hutchinson FRCS (1859-1933), Llewellyn Hutchinson (1865-1932) a printer, Roger Jackson Huchinson FRCS (1867-1950), and to a son-in-law Allen Chandler (1849-1926). His effects totalled £92,269-18s-6d.

Credit for this entry to: Andrew Behan.

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