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Biographical entry Mills, Yarnold Hubert (1865 - 1932)

MRCS 12 February 1891; FRCS 13 December 1894; MB London 1894; LRCP 1891.

20 January 1865
7 June 1932
General surgeon


Born on 20 January 1865 at Spencer Road, Battersea, the second son and second child of Thomas Reid Miller, a staff officer in the Army, and Ellen Louise Turner, his wife. He was educated at Wellington College and at the London Hospital, where he gained the Buxton scholarship and acted as house surgeon and surgical registrar. He then served for a time as assistant medical officer at the Northumberland House Asylum. Settling at Haverfordwest in partnership with James Wilson, FRCS, he became surgeon to the Pembrokeshire and Haverfordwest Infirmary. He married Mildred Venables Hirst (died 1914), on 1 September 1897, and left one daughter, who married W B H Shaw in 1928. He died on 7 June 1932, and bequeathed his microscopes and lenses to Haverfordwest Hospital.


Strangulation by a solitary band; operation; recovery. Brit med J 1899, 1, 1275.
An unusual prodromal rash of measles. Ibid. 1898, 2, 806.
Adrenalin in haematemesis. Ibid. 1903, 1, 731.

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