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H. D. Rolleston

revised by Christopher Lawrence

Godlee, Sir Rickman John, baronet (1849–1925), surgeon, was born on 15 April 1849 at 5 Queen Square, London, the second son of Rickman Godlee, barrister, and his wife, Mary, eldest daughter of Joseph Jackson Lister, FRS, wine merchant and microscopist, and sister of ...

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Sir Rickman John Godlee, baronet (1849–1925) by Alan Bacon, 1923 reproduced by kind permission of the President and Council of the Royal College of Surgeons of London

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R. J. Godlee

revised by W. F. Bynum

Hutchinson, Sir Jonathan (1828–1913), surgeon, was born at The Quay, Selby, Yorkshire, on 23 July 1828, the second son of Jonathan Hutchinson (1797–1872), a middleman in the flax trade, and his wife, Elizabeth Massey (1803–1867). He belonged to a group of distinguished medical contemporaries of Quaker origin, which included ...

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Lister, Joseph, Baron Lister (1827–1912), surgeon and founder of a system of antiseptic surgery, the second son and fourth child of seven of Joseph Jackson Lister FRS (1786–1869), wine merchant and microscopist, and his wife, Isabella, née Harris (1794?–1864), daughter of Anthony Harris...

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Joseph Lister, Baron Lister (1827–1912) by unknown photographer, 1850s © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Overend, Hall (1772–1831), surgeon apothecary and teacher of medicine, was born on 23 November 1772 in Settle, Yorkshire, the son of John Overend (c.1734–1826), variously described as woolcomber, weaver, and husbandman, and his wife, Isabel (c.1732–1803); they were members of the ...

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Power, Sir D'Arcy (1855–1941), surgeon and historian, was born at 3 Grosvenor Terrace, Pimlico, London, on 11 November 1855, the eldest of six sons and five daughters of Henry Power, then assistant surgeon at the Westminster Ophthalmic Hospital, and his wife and first cousin, ...