NOTTINGHAM’S EMINENT SURGEONS AND PHYSICIANS


JOSEPH WHITE F.R.C.S. (Edinburgh) D.C.L. (Durham)


President of the Nottingham Medico-Chirurgical Society

1860, 1885 and 1889.


Joseph White, Oxford Street, Nottingham Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, 1866, Licentiate, 1847; Licentiate of the Society of Apothecaries, 1847 Honorary Doctor of Civil Law, Durham, 1893; Former President of the British Medical Association. Consulting Surgeon to the Nottingham General Hospital. Author of “Heredity in Disease.” Contributor to “Medical Topography of Nottingham,” Transcripts Provided by the Medical Association “Statistics of Amputations.” Medical Times Gazette,” 1855; “Action of Chloroform,” British Medical Journal, 1857.


The Medical Directory, 1894.


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Joseph White,  6, Southwell Gardens, Queens Gate, Kensington, S.W. Former Consulting Surgeon to the Nottingham General Hospital.


The Medical Directory, 1899.


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The death is announced as having taken place on Sunday last at Eastbourne, in the seventy-seventh year of his age of Mr. Joseph White, D.L.C. Durham., F.R.C.S., Edinburgh, and former President of the British Medical Association and Consulting Surgeon to the Nottingham General Hospital.


The Lancet, September 30th, 1899.

Page 903.


Also reported in the British Medical Journal,

September 30th, 1899, page 890.


SURGEONS Nottinghams Eminent Surgeons and Physicians