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Biographical entry Pavey-Smith, Alfred Bernard (1890? - 1964)

MC 1918; MRCS 9 November 1911; FRCS 11 December 1919; LRCP 1911; BA Cambridge 1908; MB BCh 1919.

3 June 1964
Stonehouse, Gloucestershire
ENT surgeon


Educated at Clare College, Cambridge, winning first-class honours in the Natural Sciences Tripos part I in 1908, and at St Bartholomew's Hospital, where he was senior house surgeon to the throat and ear department, he practised at 14 Leeds Road, Harrogate, was aural surgeon to the General Hospital, and was a member of the Harrogate Medical Society.

During the first world war he served as a Major in the RAMC, won the Military Cross, and was twice mentioned in dispatches.

Pavey-Smith retired to Blake House, Springhill, Nailsworth, Gloucester, near his old home The Hollies, Nailsworth, and died on 3 June 1964 in Standish Hospital, Stonehouse, Glos., aged about 75.

Sources used to compile this entry: [The Times 5 June 1964, without memoir].

The Royal College of Surgeons of England