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Hunter, Sir William Guyerlocked

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Hunter, Sir William Guyer (1827–1902), army medical officer, born at Calcutta, India, was the eldest son of Thomas Hunter of Catterick, Yorkshire. Educated in London at King's College School, he began his training at Charing Cross Hospital in 1844, became MRCS in 1849, FRCS (...

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