Person    | Male  Born 16/6/1891  Died 10/10/1978

W. Stott

W. Stott

Medical Officer of Southwark Council in 1936 - 56, at least.

Andrew Behan has kindly provided this research: Dr William Stott, MB, BS, DPH was born on 16 June 1891. Electoral registers for 1933 and 1934 show him living with his wife, Kathleen Florence Stott, at 'Erin', Ember Lane, Thames Ditton, Surrey. They had three daughters, June D. Stott, Kathleen P. Stott and Mary L. Stott. The 1939 England and Wales Register shows him and his family living at 'Trewen', Midway, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey and lists his occupation as Medical Officer of Health, Borough of Southwark. Electoral registers from 1945 show the family living at 9 Midway, Walton-on-Thames and this was to remain his residence until he died, aged 87 years, on 10 October 1978. Probate was granted on 22 January 1979 and his estate totalled £16,623.

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W. Stott

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Southwark Health

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City Pest House

City Pest House

From Islington:The Pest House was built in 1594, in the fields where Bath Street is now situated. It served to isolate those suffering from such incurable or infectious diseases as leprosy and the ...

Building, Medicine

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Herb Garret

Herb Garret

Area in the roof of St Thomas Apostle Church where the apothecaries of St Thomas's hospital stored and cured herbs for medicinal purposes. It is open to the public on most days from 10.30 am to 5 pm.

Place, Medicine

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George Nissel

George Nissel

Born Transylvania, studied engineering. His sister Dorothy married Dallos and in May 1937 they all came to London. As an enemy alien was not allowed to fight in WW2 but after the war he gained Brit...

Person, Medicine, Transylvania

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Jean-Paul Marat

Jean-Paul Marat

Physician, political theorist, scientist, radical journalist and politician from the French Revolution. Murdered in his bath by Charlotte Corday.

Person, Journalism / Publishing, Medicine, Nationalism, Politics & Administration, France, Switzerland

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Sydney Monckton Copeman

Sydney Monckton Copeman

Medical Scientist. Born as Sydney Arthur Monckton Copeman in the cathedral close, Norwich. He was a medical inspector in the Local Government Board (forerunner to the Ministry of Health), where Sir...

Person, Medicine, Science

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