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  1. Dr F WALKER, Paisley Scotland 1917

    Filed with John Crawford Scott's WW1 Service Records (WO 363): A handwritten "sick note" from Dr F WALKER, on the reverse of a printed card/paper showing his address in Paisley and details of his Dispensary on Love Street. Dated July 1917. May be of use as a handwriting/signature sample. ...

    Started by fullscott‎, 22-01-2014 10:08 PM
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  2. Question doctor charles joseph sabelberg

    can somebody point me in the right direction please? i am looking for the above doctors medical school (were he qualified) his mb was obtained in 1893 and his chb in melbourne australia,in 1901 ,he is listed in loxton"s directory in 1911 , the very helpful,medical researcher who passed on this...

    Started by david walker‎, 14-03-2009 7:17 AM
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  3. Doctor records

    Hello, I wanted to see if anyone could help me trace a doctor who was born in Ireland about 1890+ or - 15 years and resided in Blackburn late 1920`s early 1930`s. Are there any records for doctor`s where place and date of birth are listed thanks cameron

    Started by John miller‎, 23-10-2013 9:04 PM
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  4. Question Dr I.T. Blackmore,L.A.C.P

    looking for information on the above doctor. Just received death certificate of Thomas Blackmore,my husbands GGG grandfather. It is certifified by Dr I.T. Blackmore, L.A.C.P in 1875 Hackney Middlesex. Can anyone tell me what L.A.C.P. would mean and if possible where can I find any information...

    Started by DoreenH‎, 29-08-2013 2:19 AM
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  5. "Nurse" occupation on census- 1901

    I have a possible 1901 Scottish census image for (possibly) my gggrandmother, noting occupation as 'nurse'. My question is whether that necessarily means nurse in the trained/medical sense. Might that be listed if she was looking after an elderly person in their home for example, much like a home...

    Started by p.mca‎, 14-07-2013 1:32 AM
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  6. Nurse THORNTON, Glasgow 1915/1916

    Filed with Henry FULLER's WW1 Service Records: A handwritten letter from Nurse THORNTON of Vernon Street, Maryhill, Glasgow, enquiring about Fuller's whereabouts. Not dated, but receipt of the letter is noted (page 29887), followed by a different receipt dated August 1916. May be useful as a...

    Started by fullscott‎, 06-05-2013 6:08 PM
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  7. Midwives

    My grandmother had three children. The first was born at home in 1914, but the other two, born in 1920 and 1926 respectively, took place at 2 different private homes despite the fact the family was still resident at the original 1914 address. I'm puzzled why the births took place somewhere other...

    Started by patk‎, 17-02-2012 7:31 AM
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  8. Moved: Samuel Newton Percy Brierley of Dukinfield

    Started by pok4r‎, 05-12-2011 4:27 PM
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  9. Jessie MACKENZIE - Nurse

    Hello all, I have just received my long-awaited copy of Nursing Service from the National Archives. Very sadly, the Jessie Mackenzie to whom it refers is not MY Jessie Mackenzie. I am happy to pass it on to anyone who is researching Jessie MACKENZIE born 14 Dec 1874 Borve, Barvas, ROC. It is a 20...

    Started by valspall‎, 20-09-2011 1:03 AM
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  10. John William Metcalfe - Switzerland

    John was born in Canterbury in 1818. On the 1881 census he is listed as living in Jersey, Channel Islands And his occupation is Medical Profession (Not practicing). His 5 children were all born in Geneva in Switzerland between 1861 and 1872. One of his daughters died in Switzerland in 1951,...

    Started by suemalings‎, 27-09-2011 3:23 PM
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  11. Question Identify nurses uniform

    Hi all, I am hoping I may get some clues about my grandmother Jessie MACKENZIE from the photo I have of her in her nursing uniform. Sometime between the 1911 census (when she is a bakers shop assistant & living in Shooters Hill) & her marriage in 1916 she trained to be a nurse & held this...

    Started by valspall‎, 05-08-2011 8:37 AM
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  12. Moved: Dr Sydney Rutherford

    Started by hitch37‎, 13-06-2011 9:12 PM
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  13. Dorothy E. Stokes oceanliner nurse

    Dorothy (Emma) Stokes Dorothy (b. 1883) in Aston, Warwickshire. Parents were Richard. Stokes and Emma (Randell?/Allan?) Siblings were Alfred (1891-1916), Richard (1881-?) and Robert J. (1886-?). She is listed in the UK 1891 and UK 1901 Census living with her father and siblings. ...

    Started by qltr‎, 03-06-2011 11:23 PM
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  14. Monthly Nurse

    Erm...is there a reason why there's not a topic heading in occupations for medical occupations or have I just not looked properly? I discovered that my Great Grandmother was a monthly nurse. Her job was to 'attend women during the first month after childbirth, aka 'Confinement Nurse'. Sometimes...

    Started by Browneyes‎, 23-04-2008 7:32 PM
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  15. British Dental Journal - archive

    Hi - wondering if anyone knows how or where I can access an archive of the British Dental Journal? I can't find it on line (unlike the BMJ). Does anyone know if they routinely published obituaries in this publication? I am hoping to find something about Arthur Stanley Carter MRCS, LDS, LRCP...

    Started by t1buf‎, 16-02-2011 6:55 PM
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  16. Nursing Staff Records 1914-1918?

    Hi all Apologies in advance if this is not the right forum for this post - I was torn between this and the WW1 one... I have tried searching the forum for similar questions/answers to this, but without success. Hence my post. I have very recently received a small but highly significant...

    Started by clive_t‎, 23-10-2010 5:48 PM
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  17. Doctor born C20th

    One of my more recent ancestors was a pianist who was famous in classical music circles. She was my Nan's cousin and died in London, where she was born, in 1996, as far as we know without issue. A collection of her documents is held at the Callaway Centre, Australia. These were donated by her...

    Started by Spangle‎, 06-05-2009 1:43 AM
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  18. Veterinary Surgeon records?

    Hi I have an ancestor Robert DRYDEN who was a Veterinary Surgeon. He was born in Barton YORK in 1769 and stayed there until about 1800. He was in Nottinghamshire in 1802 but died in Cowpen NBL in 1851. Is there a register of UK vets? I am in Australia and thus restricted when it comes to...

    Started by neilelliott21‎, 11-08-2010 11:10 AM
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  19. Nursing records

    My father's half-sister, Ethel Irene Primrose Garrad (1907 - 1970) was a nurse specialising in Mental Health. She ended up as Matron in a Mental Hospital in Sussex. I have found that she qualified in Bristol in the late 1920's, and also did some training at Selly Oak Hospital, Birmingham. But...

    Started by Kevin Garrad‎, 08-06-2010 7:05 PM
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  20. Rural Medical Care in England 1800 - 1850s

    Does anyone know what medical care (if any) would have been available to the Ag Lab population in rural villages of England in the 1800 to 1850 era? Was there likely to have been a "doctor" in the closest market town who would make emergency horse and buggy trips to a village 3-4 miles away, for...

    Started by Gambrill‎, 11-05-2010 3:36 AM
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