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Biographical entry Taylor, Henry Hylton ( - 1880?)

MRCS July 8th 1836; FRCS Feb 14th 1856; LSA 1836; LM Edin 1835.

General surgeon


Educated at Edinburgh, Guy's and St Thomas's Hospitals. At the time of his death he was District Medical Officer of the Sunderland Union, Public Vaccinator, and a Member of the Sunderland Medico-Chirurgical Society. He practised at 45 John Street, Sunderland, and married a daughter of the Rev Collingwood, Rector of Southwick-on-Wear, by whom he had two daughters. His death is recorded as having occurred at Sunderland between November, 1879, and November, 1880.

"Treatment of Cholera." - Lancet, 1849, 533.

Sources used to compile this entry: [Information kindly given by William Robinson, MD, FRCS, and by S Clayton Fryers, House Governor and Secretary of the Royal Infirmary, Sunderland].

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