Biographical entry Dyer, Samuel (1781 - 1846)
MRCS Dec 4th, 1801; FRCS Dec 11th, 1843, one of the original 300 Fellows.
- 12 January 1846
- General surgeon
Educated at St George’s Hospital, where he was a pupil of Sir Everard Home. He entered the Madras Army in 1802, was promoted to Surgeon in the 16th Regiment in 1824, and retired with the rank of Superintending Surgeon in 1828. Later he practised at 3 Cambridge Terrace, Regent’s Park, and died on Jan 12th, 1846.
The Royal College of Surgeons of England
Created: 27 March 2008