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Biographical entry Travers, Robert Boyle (1823 - 1900)

MRCS May 21st 1841; FRCS Dec 8th 1870; LAH Dublin 1841; LM Dublin Lying-in Hospital 1844.

6 April 1900
Rostellan, County Cork
General surgeon


Educated at Dublin and was at one time Surgeon to the Cloyne Dispensary District and Medical Superintendent of the Aghada Fever Hospital. He practised at Farside Villa, Rostellan, Co Cork, and was for many years Medical Officer to the Aghada Dispensary District, Surgeon to the Military and Government Prison, Fort Carlisle, and Surgeon and Agent to the Royal Naval Sick Quarters at Whitegate. At the time of his death he was also Medical Officer in charge of Troops at Fort Carlisle, and had relinquished his prison appointment. He died at Rostellan on April 6th, 1900.

"Cases of Impaction of the Rectum." - Dublin Quart Jour, 1849, vii, 252.

The Royal College of Surgeons of England