Browse Fellows


www Lives

Biographical entry Hopkins, John (1854? - 1932)

MRCS 28 July 1875; FRCS 8 June 1882; LSA 1876.

7 September 1932
General surgeon


He was educated at University College Hospital, and was afterwards house surgeon at the Bridgnorth Infirmary. In 1878 he was living at Brownlow, Northwich, Cheshire, and for many years was medical superintendent of the City of London Sick Asylum in Cleveland Street, London, and of the City of Westminster Infirmary at Hendon. He retired in 1916 and lived afterwards at Esher Avenue, Walton-on-Thames, and then at Merstham. He died on 7 September 1932, survived by his wife, Kathleen Elizabeth, who died on 18 October 1932, leaving no children.

Case of primary lateral sclerosis or spasmodic tabes. Brain, 1883, 6, 382.
Two cases of myxoedema. Trans Clin Soc Lond 1885, 18, 332.
Bones from two cases of tabes dorsalis. Trans Path Soc Lond 1884, 36, 352.

Sources used to compile this entry: [The Times, 8 September 1932, no memoir].

The Royal College of Surgeons of England