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THOMAS APPLEBY STEPHENSON


(1832 - 1908)


President of the Nottingham Medico-Chirurgical Society


1863, 1881 & 1883


Thomas Appleby Stephenson:- George Street, Nottingham M.R.C.S., England and L.S.A., 1855. (St. Bartholomew’s and University of Edinburgh), Surgeon, Nottingham Eye Dispensary; Surgeon Nottingham Provincial Medical Aid Institute. Medical Referee, British Nation, Star, Albert and Medical and Mutual Provident Alliance Assurance Companies. President of the Nottingham Medico-Chirurgical Society.


Medical Directory, 1862


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This information is from an obituary that appeared

in the

Nottingham Evening News,

11th September, 1908.


We regret to announce the death of Dr. Thomas Appleby Stephenson, at the age of 76, at his house in Midway Park, London, N.


The deceased gentleman was at one time a very familiar figure in Nottingham social circles, being amongst other things a prominent member of the Mechanics Committee and of the Liberal Club. He was also connected with the Literary Club when the institution was in existence.


For some 45 years Dr. Stephenson practiced in Nottingham, and quit the city of the Metropolis about six years ago. He was twice married, firstly to Miss Manlove and then to Miss Walsh, of Bristol, both of who he survived.


His son, Mr. Sydney Stephenson, practices as a surgeon in North London.


Local Studies Library, Angel Row, Nottingham.


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