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Biographical entry Haynes, John Bishop (1803 - 1873)

MRCS March 14th 1826; FRCS Oct 21st 1852; LSA 1825; JP.

Born
1803
Died
17 February 1873
Evesham, Worcestershire, UK
Occupation
General surgeon

Details

Educated at Guy's Hospital, and for a time was Demonstrator of Anatomy. He practised first at Whitchurch, Hampshire, then at Evesham. In 1832 at the Worcester Meeting he seconded Sir Charles Hastings' proposal to found the Provincial Medical and Surgical Association, subsequently the British Medical Association. At Evesham he had a large practice and was held in repute as a surgeon. In 1846 he was elected Mayor of Evesham and made a JP for the Borough. From its foundation he was a local secretary of the Royal Medical College at Epsom and was instrumental in adding to its funds. He died at Evesham on Feb 17th, 1873. Of his two sons the elder, Dr Fred Haynes, practised at Leamington, the younger Horace Haynes became Mayor of Evesham and practised as an alienist.

Publication:
How to Supply the Agricultural Labourer with Good Beer at a Low Price.

The Royal College of Surgeons of England