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Authorised form of nameAbernethy; John (1764 - 1831); surgeon
SurnameAbernethy
Forenames John
Dates1764 - 1831
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
London, England (03 April 1764)
Death:
Enfield, Middlesex (28 April 1831)
ActivityProfession:
Surgeon
Education:
Wolverhampton Grammar School (1773-1778); apprenticed to Mr Blicke, surgeon at St Bartholomew's Hospital, London; attended Sir William Blizard's lectures at the London Hospital
Career:
Assistant Surgeon, St Bartholomew's Hospital (1787); Surgeon, St Bartholomew's Hospital; lecturer on anatomy, physiology, surgery
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
14/04/1796
Lectures:
Croonian 1797
RelationshipsFather in law of John Warburton FRS (1793-1845)
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc 1830-1831 No 7 pp 81-82
References:
E Murphy, 'A mad house transformed: the lives and work of Charles James Beverly FRS (1788-1868) and John Warburton MD FRS (1795-1847)' in NR 2004 vol 58 pp 267 - 281
Royal Society codeNA3600
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/000013Abernethy, Johnnd
IM/000012Abernethy, John1819
NLB/37/593Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Mrs Mather, Huntly Hall, Cheadle, Stoke on Trent10 April 1908
L&P/10/131/1Paper, 'Some particulars in the anatomy of a whale' by John Abernethy1795
L&P/10/131Paper, 'Some particulars in the anatomy of a whale' by John Abernethy1795
L&P/10/39/1Paper, 'Account of two instances of uncommon formation in the viscera of the human body' by John Abernethy1793
L&P/11/44Paper, 'Observations on the Foramina Thebesii of the heart' by John Abernethy1798
L&P/10/39Paper, 'Account of two instances of uncommon formation in the viscera of the human body' by John Abernethy1793
L&P/11/37Paper, 'Review of the latest opinions of animal life and motion' [Croonian Lecture] by John Abernethy1797
IM/000014Abernethy, Johnnd
EC/1796/03Abernethy, John: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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