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Biographical entry Thomas, Morgan ( - 1865)

MRCS, May 18th, 1804; FRCS, Dec 11th, 1843, one of the original 300 Fellows.

Died
22 October 1865
Woolwich, London, UK
Occupation
General surgeon

Details

Was gazetted Supernumerary Assistant Surgeon on July 14th, 1804, in the Ordnance Medical Department, Assistant Surgeon on Aug 1st, 1806, and Surgeon on Nov 11th, 1811. He saw active service at the Battle of Maida in Calabria on July 4th, 1806, where the British under Major-General Sir John Stuart severely defeated the French under General Regnier. He also served in the Peninsular War. On July 14th, 1836, he was promoted Assistant Inspector-General of Hospitals; on Jan 16th, 1841, Deputy Inspector-General of Hospitals, and on April 1st, 1850, Inspector-General. He was stationed for many years at Woolwich, where he died on Oct 22nd, 1865, having retired on full pay on April 1st, 1850.

Sources used to compile this entry: [Johnston’s RAMC Roll, No. 2651].

The Royal College of Surgeons of England