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Biographical entry Hall, Charles Beauchamp (1869 - 1941)

MRCS 27 July 1893; FRCS 10 December 1896; LRCP 1893.

Born
15 September 1869
Coln St Denys, Gloucestershire
Died
22 January 1941
Occupation
Obstetrician and gynaecologist

Details

Born at Coln St Denys, Gloucestershire, on 15 September 1869, the fifth child and third son of the Rev Edward Duncan Hall and his wife, née Beauchamp. He was educated at Magdalen College School, Oxford and at St Mary's Hospital, where he won prizes in anatomy, surgery, dermatology, and midwifery. After serving as resident obstetric officer, house surgeon, assistant anaesthetist, and clinical assistant in the skin department at St Mary's, he was for a time resident medical officer at the Chelsea Hospital for Women and surgeon to the City of London Lying-in Hospital, living at Glendower House, Compton Terrace, N.

He later settled at Exmouth, where he was appointed public vaccinator, and lived latterly at St Denys, Bellevue road. Hall married twice: (1) in August 1899 Miss Whitwell, by whom he had one daughter; and (2) on 6 December 1922 Miss Nevill, by whom he had a second daughter. He died on 22 January 1941.

Publications:-
Anatomy of the pelvic organs in the female. H Morten's Complete system of nursing, 1898.
Method of making humanised milk at home. Lancet, 1904, 2, 375.

Sources used to compile this entry: [Information from Mrs S M Harwood, his executrix].

The Royal College of Surgeons of England