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Biographical entry White, George Farr (1836 - 1900)

MRCS July 10th 1857; FRCS June 11th 1868; LSA 1857.

8 February 1836
20 January 1900
General surgeon


Born on Feb 8th, 1836, studied at University College and Hospital, and, joining the Army Medical Service, was appointed Assistant Surgeon on the staff on Oct 1st, 1860. He was gazetted Assistant Surgeon to the 77th Foot on Nov 21st, 1862, but resigned on Dec 18th, 1867.

He was next Resident Medical Officer to the Isle of Wight Infirmary, and, practising afterwards at Moat House, Kingston-on-Thames, was Surgeon to the Dispensary and to the District Branch of the South-Western Railway Friendly Society. He moved to Maple Road, Surbiton, and then to 3 Leopold Road, Wimbledon Park, whilst acting as Surgeon to the Surbiton Cottage Hospital. He died at Wimbledon on Jan 20th, 1900.

Sources used to compile this entry: [Johnston's RAMC Roll, No 5957].

The Royal College of Surgeons of England