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Simpson, Sir James Young, first baronetlocked

(1811–1870)
  • Malcolm Nicolson

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Simpson, Sir James Young, first baronet (1811–1870), physician and obstetrician, born on 7 June 1811 at Bathgate, Linlithgowshire, was the seventh son and youngest of eight children of the village bakers, David Simpson (1760–1830) and his wife, Mary (d. 1820), daughter of ...

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