Biographical entry Aldersey, William ( - 1885)
MRCS March 2nd 1855; FRCS May 31st 1860; LM 1855; LSA 1856.
- 7 September 1885
- General surgeon
Educated at Guy’s Hospital and, in addition to the other qualifications, he passed the First MB Examination at the University of London in 1856. Served as Medical Officer on the Indiana during the Crimean War, and afterwards practised at Buntingford, Herts, for the South-Eastern District of which he was Medical Officer. Later he moved to Hayling and Havant in Hampshire, acting as Medical Officer of Health for the Urban and Rural Districts. He retired to Surbiton, living at 7 St James’ Road, where he died on Sept 7th, 1885. He was a Fellow of the Obstetrical Society.
The Royal College of Surgeons of England
Created: 21 August 2009