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Biographical entry Moger, Robert George ( - 1885)

MRCS May 15th 1829; FRCS Dec 7th 1849; LSA 1828.

General surgeon


Studied at St Thomas's Hospital and in Paris. He first practised at Bath, where he was Surgeon to the City Gaol and to the Lying-in Charity. From 1840 onwards he was in general practice at 19 Leighton Crescent, Highgate, London, N, where he was Surgeon to the Dispensary, and to the 2nd Battalion Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. On New Year's Day, 1862, he was presented with a silver salver, inscribed: "Presented to Robert G Moger, Esq, by the poor of Highgate as a token of gratitude for his kindness to them in sickness and for his successful exertions in getting them plentifully supplied with water." His death occurred before Oct 3rd, 1885. His portrait is in the Fellows' Album.

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