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Biographical entry Nall, John Frederick (1863? - 1935)

MRCS 28 July 1890; FRCS 10 December 1896; LRCP 1890; MD Durham 1906.

11 November 1935
Anaesthetist and General surgeon


Educated at St Bartholomew's Hospital, where he was clinical assistant in the gynaecological department. He was for some years medical officer of health at Toombay and Kedronshire, Brisbane, Queensland, and during that time lived at Rahere, Clayfield, Brisbane. During the war returned to England, he volunteered for service, and was appointed one of the resident medical officers at the First London General Hospital. At end of the war he became anaesthetist at the Royal Victoria Hospital Netley. He died at Kalinga, Torquay on 11 November 1935, survived his wife. Mrs Nall died at Torquay on 21 September 1949.

Sources used to compile this entry: [The Times, 15 November 1935, and 26 September 1949, no memoirs].

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