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Authorised form of nameGros Clark; Frederick le (1811 - 1892)
Other forms of nameClark, Frederick Le Gros
SurnameGros Clark
ForenamesFrederick le
Dates1811 - 1892
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Mincing Lane, London (07 February 1811)
Death:
Sevenoaks, Kent (19 July 1892)
Burial:
Riverhead, Kent
ActivityProfession:
Surgeon
Education:
St Thomas's Hospital; Dublin; Paris; Berlin; Gottingen; Edinburgh
Career:
Articled to Mr Travers, St Thomas's Hospital, London; Assistant Surgeon (1839), then Surgeon (1848-1873), St Thomas's Hospital, London; Professor of Anatomy and Surgery, Royal College of Surgeons, London; retired to Sevenoaks (1873)
Memberships:
FRCS (President 1874)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
6/06/1872
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc 1894 vol 56 pp i-iii signed by J S B
Royal Society codeNA7931
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
MS/743/1/21Testimonial by Frederick le Gros Clark, 24 Spring Gardens, on behalf of John Hall Gladstone 15 July 1857
NLB/4/322Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Frederick Le Gros Clark, The Thorns, Sevenoaks21 April 1890
NLB/6/437Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Frederick le Gros Clark13 May 1892
NLB/8/735Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Dr John Syer Bristowe, Fellow of the Royal Society15 December 1893
RR/7/88Referee's report by John Marshall, on a paper 'Some remarks on the mechanism of respiration' by Frederick Le Gros Clark24 October 1871
RR/7/89Memorandum from Francis Sibson and John Marshall, on a paper 'Some remarks on the mechanism of respiration' by Frederick Le Gros Clark to the author1871
RR/7/87Referee's report by Francis Sibson, on a paper 'Some remarks on the mechanism of respiration' by Frederick Le Gros Clark1871
IM/Maull/000853Gros Clark, Frederick Lend
EC/1872/11Gros Clark, Frederick Le: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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