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Hodgson, Josephlocked

(1788–1869)
  • G. T. Bettany
  • , revised by Peter R. Fleming

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Hodgson, Joseph (1788–1869), surgeon, son of a Birmingham merchant, was born at Penrith, Cumberland, and was educated at King Edward VI Grammar School, Birmingham. After serving an apprenticeship to George Freer, a surgeon at Birmingham General Hospital, Hodgson, whose father had lost money heavily, was enabled by an uncle's generosity to commence study at ...

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