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Authorised form of nameHutchison; Alexander Copland (- 1840)
Dates - 1840
Place of deathStonehouse, Devon
Date of death03 January 1840
OccupationSurgeon
ActivityCareer:
Surgeon to the Duke of Clarence; Surgeon, Royal Naval Hospital; Surgeon, Royal Dockyard, Sheerness; Surgeon, Westminster General Dispensary (1817); Surgeon, Millbank General Penitentiary; wrote surgical tracts and papers on subjects including aneurism and gunshot wounds
Memberships:
FRSE
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election13/03/1828
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/57560383
Royal Society codeNA5289
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
AP/14/12Unpublished paper, 'A further inquiry into the comparative infrequency of calculous [calculus] diseases among sea-faring people, with some observations on the frequency of these diseases in Scotland' by Alexr [Alexander] Copland Hutchison[1830]
EC/1828/12Hutchison, Alexander Copland: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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