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Biographical entry Thyne, Thomas ( - 1915)

MRCS July 28th 1863; FRCS June 12th 1884; MD Edin 1863.

Died
23 March 1915
Hove
Occupation
General surgeon

Details

Educated at Edinburgh and in London and Paris. He was at one time Clinical Assistant at the Royal Ophthalmic Hospital, and then for many years practised at Wood Street, High Barnet, Herts, where he was Medical Officer to the 1st District and Workhouse of the Barnet Union, and Mill Corner District, Edmonton Union, as well as being a Certifying Factory Surgeon and Surgeon to the Great Northern Railway and to the Leather Sellers' Company's Almshouses. He took an interest in the Volunteers, and rose to the rank of Surgeon Lieutenant-Colonel, VD, 2nd Middlesex Volunteer Artillery.

In the early years of the twentieth century Thyne removed to 3 Dollis Hill Lane, Neasden, and after having long been Surgeon to the Children's Home Hospital and Victoria Cottage Hospital, was Consulting Surgeon to these institutions at the time of his death. He died at Hove, on March 23rd, 1915.

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