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Authorised form of nameNourse; Edward (1701 - 1761)
Other forms of surnameNurse
Dates1701 - 1761
NationalityBritish
Place of birthOxford, Oxfordshire, England
Date of birth1701
Date of death13 May 1761
OccupationSurgeon
ActivityEducation:
Apprenticed to John Dobyns (FRS 1724) (1717-1725)
Career:
Assistant Surgeon (1731), later Surgeon (1745), St Bartholomew's Hospital, London; Demonstrator in Anatomy to the Barber-Surgeons' Company (1731-1734)
Memberships:
Barber-Surgeons' Company
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election24/10/1728
ProposerWilliam Rutty
Sir Hans Sloane
John Gaspar Scheuchzer
RelationshipsSon of Edward Nourse, Surgeon, of Oxford
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
References:
John H Appleby, 'Human Curiosities and the Royal Society, 1699-1751' in NR 1996 vol 50 pp 13-27
Gentleman's Magazine 1761, p284 (obituary)
London Magazine 1761, p332 (obituary)
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/76189754
Royal Society codeNA7166
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
CLP/12ii/39Paper, 'An account of an aneurism [aneurysm] dissected by Mr Edw [Edward] Nourse surgeon, with some observations thereupon' by W [William] Rutty[1728]
RBO/13/32'An account of an Aneurism [aneurysm] dissected by Mr Edward Nourse Surgeon with some Observations thereupon' by William Rutty1728
RBO/14/3'An account of an Abcess in the right hypochondrium' in a letter from Edward Nourse, surgeon, to William Rutty1728
RBO/16/13'An account of the praeternatural Delivery of a Foetus at the Anus' communicated by Edward Nourse, surgeon at St Bartholomew1730
RBO/13/46'An account of an Aneurysm in the Curvature of the aorta dissected by Mr E Nourse'1728
RBO/14/10'An account of a book intitled Observations sur le memoire academique de Monsieur Morand Le Fil' by Edward Nourse1728
CLP/22ii/29Paper, 'Observations sur le memoir Academique de Monsieur Morand le fils .... [Observations on the academic memoir of Mr. Morand the son..]' by Edward Nourse18th century
L&P/1/32Paper, 'On stones found in bags formed by the coat of the bladder' by Edward Nourse7 January 1742
L&P/1/32/1Letter, 'On stones found in bags formed by the coat of the bladder' from Edward Nourse7 January 1741
L&P/2/398Letter, 'Use of bougies in case described in no.392, with attestation by John Ruding' from Edward Nourse to the Royal Society18 January 1753
CLP/12ii/40aPaper, 'An account of an aneurysm in the curvature of the aorta' by Mr Ed [Edward] Nourse[1728]
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