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Biographical entry Marsdin, Frederick (1834 - 1919)

MRCS March 2nd 1859; FRCS June 12th 1863; LRCP Lond 1861; MB Lond 1862.

20 November 1919
General surgeon


Born at Stainforth, near Doncaster; studied at King's College Hospital and at the Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh, after some military service in the Crimea. He first practised at Tiverton, next was Assistant Surgeon to the Eye and Ear Hospital, Bradford, and in 1869 settled at Eastbourne for half a century. There he was Surgeon to the Princess Alice Memorial Hospital, the Eastbourne Provident Dispensary, the Victoria Home, and Medical Officer to one of the Districts of the Union. In the intervals of a busy practice he devoted time to his farm at Lydney, and to the rearing of fat cattle. He practised at 9 Moat Croft Road, and died a bachelor, the last of his family, on Nov 20th, 1919.

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