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Biographical entry Maynard, Edwin (1864 - 1951)

MRCS 13 February 1896; FRCS 12 December 1907; LRCP 1896; DPH RCPS 1897.

Born
28 April 1864
Died
6 January 1951
London
Occupation
General surgeon

Details

Born on 28 April 1864, the third son of Francis Maynard and his wife Caroline Pocock. He was educated privately at Ditchling, Sussex, and at the London Hospital, where he was obstetric scholar in 1895, and qualified in 1896 at the age of 31. He was clinical assistant in the medical, ophthal¬mological, ear, nose, and throat, and venereal disease departments at the London Hospital, and was house surgeon and senior resident medical officer at Bristol General Hospital. Maynard then went to India where he was for some years civil surgeon at Nasik. He took the Fellowship in 1907. He subsequently practised in London, at 81 Oxford Terrace, Hyde Park, and lived after his retirement at 159 Sussex Gardens, W. He was surgeon to the Provident Surgical Appliance Society and to the City of London General Pension Society, and was a Fellow of the Hunterian Society. Maynard married in 1919 Nancy Frances Tully, who survived him with two sons and a daughter. He died at his home on 6 January 1951.

Sources used to compile this entry: [The Times 8 January 1951 no memoir; information from Mrs Maynard].

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