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Biographical entry Williams, David Clowes ( - 1992)

MRCS 1929; FRCS 1944; MB BCh Glasgow 1929; M Ch \wales 1953; FRFPS Glasgow 1939; LRCP 1929.

General surgeon


David Clowes Williams was born in Tarbach, Port Talbot, the son of John Ffoulkes Williams and his wife Elizabeth, née Thomas. He attended the University of Wales in Cardiff and the Welsh National School of Medicine, where he was influenced by the teaching of Professor Grey Turner. He qualified MB BCh from Glasgow in 1929 and became a Fellow of the College in 1944.

He held appointments as demonstrator in anatomy at University College, London, honorary surgeon to Aberdare General Hospital and Merthyr General Hospital, before becoming consultant surgeon to the West Wales General Hospital at Carmarthen.

He died in 1992.

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