Biographical entry Cardell, John Magor (1832 - 1875)
MRCS Nov 3rd 1854; FRCS May 31st 1860; LSA 1853.
- 14 March 1875
St Colomb, Cornwall
- General surgeon
Educated at University College, London, where he was House Surgeon. During the Crimean campaign he was Medical Officer to the Crimean Engineer Corps. He then settled in practice at Salisbury in partnership with John Andrews, and was Surgeon to the Salisbury Infirmary, Deputy Coroner for the South Division of Wiltshire, Assistant Surgeon to the 1st Wilts Volunteer Rifles, and a member of the Southampton Medical Society. He died at St Colomb, Cornwall, on March 14th, 1875. His photograph is in the Fellows’ Album.
The Royal College of Surgeons of England
Created: 11 February 2010