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Biographical entry Parker, Charles Seymour (1878 - 1907)

MRCS Aug 1st 1901; FRCS Dec 10th 1903; MB Lond (1st class honours in medicine and obstetric medicine) 1902; LRCP Lond 1901.

10 November 1907
St Albans
General surgeon


Studied at University College and Hospital, where he gained an entrance exhibition and held the Atkinson-Morley Surgical Scholarship and the Atchison Scholarship, as well as the Filter Exhibition. He was Demonstrator of Anatomy in University College Medical School, was Prosector at the Royal College of Surgeons, and Scholar and Gold Medallist in Anatomy in the Intermediate MB London examination. He was for a time Assistant Medical Officer at the Darenth Asylum, Dartford, having successively held the positions of House Physician and House Surgeon at his old hospital.

Joining the Indian Medical Service, he served for a time in India after 1903, and was gazetted Captain. His premature death occurred at St Albans on Nov 10th, 1907.

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