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Curtis, John Harrison (1778–1860), otologist, was the first child of John Curtis (b. 1755), doctor of medicine, and his wife, Lydia, née Davis. Nothing is known about his early life or education. He was said to be insignificant and short in stature but he was self-reliant and naturally shrewd....

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Hinton, James (1822–1875), otologist and writer on philosophy, second son of John Howard Hinton (1791–1873), Baptist minister, was born at Reading, Berkshire. He was educated by his uncle at a school in Old Butcher Row, Oxford, which was founded by his grandfather, and afterwards at a school for nonconformists at ...

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Mackenzie, Sir Morell (1837–1892), physician and laryngologist, was born on 7 July 1837 at 742 High Road, Leytonstone, London, the eldest of the nine children of Stephen Mackenzie (1803–1851), a general practitioner, and his wife, Margaret Frances (d. 1877), daughter of Adam Harvey...

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Negus, Sir Victor Ewings (1887–1974), laryngologist, was born on 6 February 1887 in Tooting, London, the third son of a solicitor, William Negus (d. 1924/5), lieutenant for the county of Surrey, and his wife, Emily, née Ewings (d. 1939). Educated at ...

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Semon, Sir Felix (1849–1921), laryngologist, was born on 8 December 1849 at Danzig, Germany, the elder son of Simon Joseph Semon, stockbroker, of Berlin, and his wife, Henrietta, née Aschenheim. His medical studies began at Heidelberg, but were interrupted by the Franco-Prussian War (1870–71), in which he served as a volunteer in the ...

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Toynbee, Joseph (1815–1866), ear surgeon, was born at Heckington, Lincolnshire, on 30 December 1815, the second son of George Toynbee, a landowner and large tenant farmer. Educated at King's Lynn grammar school, at the age of seventeen he was apprenticed to William Wade...

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Yearsley, James (1805–1869), ear surgeon, was born at Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, the son of Moses Yearsley (b. 1776) and his wife, Jane (d. 1848). The family originated from the north country. In 1822 he became apprenticed to Ralph Fletcher of Gloucester, a skilled surgeon and collector of pictures. ...