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Biographical entry Steet, George Carrick (1818 - 1910)

MRCS July 3rd 1840 ; FRCS Dec 7th 1849; LSA 1840.

Born
1818
Died
17 November 1910
Occupation
General surgeon

Details

Educated at St George's Hospital. He practised in North London at 119 St John Street Road, where he was Surgeon to the Royal Maternity Charity; at 11 Chadwell Street, where he was Surgeon to Queen Adelaide's Lying-in Hospital; in 1863 at 21 Myddelton Square, Pentonville, where he was, besides Surgeon to the 39th Finsbury Middlesex Rifle Volunteers, Medical Officer to the Home for Penitent Females, Medical Examiner to the Provident Society, Fetter Lane, Medical Adviser to the Albert Medical and Family Endowment Life Assurance Company, Medical Officer at the Central Telegraph Station of the East Central District, and later Medical Officer in Chief to the General Post Office in St Martin's-le-Grand. This post he held for twenty years, retiring in 1891 to 130 King Henry's Road, Hampstead.

His daughter, Miss S A Steet, writing to the Standard in 1910, two months before her father's death, said that he was the senior Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, the oldest London medical practitioner, and that he was enjoying tolerably good health, with his memory quite unimpaired, and fond of telling anecdotes of pre-chloroform days. He died on Nov 17th, 1910. His photograph is in the Fellows' Album, dated 1867.

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