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Biographical entry Kinder, Alexander (1883? - 1930)

MRCS 26 July 1906; FRCS 18 June 1908; BSc MB BCh New Zealand 1904; LRCP 1906.

3 May 1930
General practitioner


He was educated at the Otago High School and University. He came to London, where he took the MRCS and the FRCS, and then returned to New Zealand. He practised for a time at Kumara in the South Island and afterwards settled in Auckland, where he was appointed surgeon to the Auckland Hospital, an appointment he held until a year or two before his death. In the war he served as a captain in the New Zealand Medical Corps during the occupation of Palestine. He died of carcinoma of the stomach on 3 May 1930 and was survived by his widow.

Sources used to compile this entry: [Information given by Sir C H Robertson, FRCS, of 1 Alfred Street, Auckland].

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