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G. T. Bettany

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Clarke, Sir Charles Mansfield, first baronet (1782–1857), accoucheur, son of John Clarke (1740–1790), obstetrician and surgeon, of Chancery Lane, London, and Biddy, daughter of William Mansfield, and brother of John Clarke (bap. 1760, d. 1815), was born on 28 May 1782, probably in ...

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Conquest, John Tricker (bap. 1789, d. 1866), man-midwife, was baptized on 25 November 1789 at Clover Street Independent Chapel, Chatham, Kent, the son of a Dr Conquest of Chatham. He entered medical training at an early age, qualifying as MRCS at the age of eighteen. He was appointed assistant surgeon to the military medical depot, ...

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John Tricker Conquest (bap. 1789, d. 1866) by Maxim Gauci (after R. W. Warren) Wellcome Library, London

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Gordon Goodwin

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Layard, Daniel Peter (1721–1802), man-midwife and physician, was the son of Major Layard. On 9 March 1742 he graduated MD at Rheims. In April 1747 he was appointed man-midwife-in-ordinary to the Middlesex Hospital, London, but resigned in 1749 over a dispute concerning the enlargement of the lying-in ward, which caused a split among the hospital's governors. ...

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Leake, John (1729–1792), man-midwife, was born on 8 June 1729 at Ainstable in Cumberland, the son of Revd William Leake, curate at Ainstable. He attended schools at Croglin, Cumberland, and the grammar school, Bishop Auckland, Durham, before being apprenticed to George Starkin, a surgeon of ...

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Macaulay, George (1716–1766), physician and man-midwife, was born on 23 September 1716 in Edinburgh, the second son and fourth of the eight children of Archibald Macaulay (c.1686–1760), administrator, and his wife, Carola Macaulay, née Young (b. 1682), milliner. After moving to an ...

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Manningham, Sir Richard (bap. 1685, d. 1759), man-midwife, second son of Thomas Manningham (d. 1722), later bishop of Chichester, and his wife, Elizabeth (1656/7–1714), was baptized at East Tisted, Hampshire, on 2 March 1685. Like his elder brother he was intended for the church; however, having been admitted as a fellow-commoner to ...

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Bartholomew Mosse (1712–1759) by unknown artist, c. 1745 Rotunda Hospital, Dublin; photograph National Portrait Gallery, London

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Mosse, Bartholomew (1712–1759), man-midwife and philanthropist, was born in Wexford, Ireland, one of seven children of the Revd Thomas Mosse (1662?–1731), rector of Maryborough, and his wife, Martha, daughter of the Revd Andrew Nisbet, rector of Timogue. Mosse was apprenticed at approximately age seventeen to ...

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Ould, Sir Fielding (c. 1710–1789), man-midwife, was born at Galway, Ireland, one of two children of Captain Ould (1689–c.1715) of the Royal regiment of Welch fusiliers and Lettice Shawe, the daughter of the Revd Fielding Shawe, canon of Tagh Saxon. His father, who fought at the battles of the ...

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Norman Moore

revised by Elizabeth Baigent

Rowley, William (1742–1806), man-midwife and surgeon, son of William Rowley of St Luke's, Old Street, London, was born in London on 18 November 1742. After apprenticeship at St Thomas's Hospital, London, he became a surgeon, and served in that capacity in the army...