Authorised form of nameJenner; Sir; William (1815 - 1898); physician
Dates1815 - 1898
Place of birthChatham, Kent, England
Date of birth30 January 1815
Place of deathGreenwood, near Bishop's Waltham, Hampshire
Date of death11 December 1898
Dates and placesBurial:
Durley, Hampshire
University College, London. MD (1844)
Set up in practice near Regent's Park; Professor of Pathological Anatomy, University College, London; Assistant Physician, University College Hospital; Physician, Hospital for Sick Children (1852); Physician, London Fever Hospital (1853); Physician in Ordinary to Queen Victoria (1861) and attended Prince Albert in his last illness; Professor of Medicine, University College, London; retired (1889)
Bt 1868; KCB 1872; GCB 1889
FRCP (President 1881-1888)
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election02/06/1864
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Proc Roy Soc 1905 vol 75 pp 28-29 signed by W R G
Vanity Fair 26 April 1873 - "Physic" by 'Spy'
George Burrows has signed the election certificate twice
Royal Society codeNA6064
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1864/10Jenner, Sir William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/002427Jenner, Sir Williamnd
NLB/17/724Copy letter from Theodore E James, to Messrs Harrison & Sons[12 December 1898]
VF/19Portrait of Sir William Jenner by Sir Leslie Ward26 April 1873
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