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Biographical entry Vallance, Thomas James ( - 1914)

MRCS Feb 21st 1851; FRCS June 8th 1865; LSA 1852.

Died
1914
Occupation
General surgeon

Details

The son of James Thomas Vallance (qv); studied at the London Hospital, and appears to have been first in practice in Victoria, New South Wales, and a member of the Medical Society of Victoria. In 1860 he had returned, and had as addresses The Grove, Stratford, the Carnarvon Hall, Forest Gate, then again at Stratford in 1875, at The Deanery. He was Surgeon to the West Ham Union Workhouse and to the Forest Gate District School; he was also Public Vaccinator for Stratford, and at one time Superintendent of the Government Emigration Services. He retired before 1900 to 199 High Street, Lewes, and died in 1914. His portrait is in the Fellows' Album.

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