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Biographical entry Haward, Edwin (1815 - 1902)

MRCS Feb 3rd 1837; FRCS July 8th 1880; MD Edin 1841; LSA 1837.

30 October 1902
Yarmouth, UK
General surgeon


Studied at St George's Hospital, the University of Edinburgh, and Paris. He first practised as a physician at Newport, Shropshire: in 1855 during the Crimean War he was on the Medical Staff (1st Class) of the Forces at Scutari. He returned to London, where he was Physician to the Farringdon General Dispensary, in 1870 to the Welbeck General Dispensary, for a number of years to the Westminster General Dispensary, and latterly Physician to the North London Hospital for Consumption. His addresses, one after another, were 28 Harley Street, 40 Nottingham Place, 9 Harley Street, 86 Wimpole Street, and 34A Gloucester Place, Portman Square. He died at Yarmouth on Oct 30th, 1902.

A Review of Duval's Work on Emigration, 1865-6.
"Tests of Death." - Lancet, 1893, I, 1404.
"Disposal of the Dead," Hastings Sanitary Congress, 1889.

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