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Other Oxford doctors, 1621–1850


The following doctors are not listed in Alumni Oxonienses, and were not Surgeons at the Radcliffe Infirmary, but appear to have worked as surgeons in Oxford.

  • John Ball
    Listed as a surgeon in New Inn Hall Street in Pigot’s Directory of 1830
  • Richard Buckingham
    Barber surgeon of Oxford who took on Henry Beale of Tottenham as an apprentice on 6 September 1703
  • George Bull
    Listed as an Oxford Surgeon in the Universal Business Directory of 1794/5
  • Richard Curtis
    Listed as an Oxford surgeon in Universal Business Directory of 1794/5.
  • Joseph Dickeson
    Listed as a Surgeon in Cornmarket in Pigot’s Directory for 1830
  • Thomas Harvey Hull
    Listed as a Surgeon at 77 High Street in Robson’s Directory for 1839
  • Dr MacBride
    As mentioned by Tuckwell (see below), but not mentioned in directories
  • Patrick Madgett
    Listed as a Surgeon in Oriel Street in Pigot’s Directory for 1830
  • William Martin
    Listed as a Surgeon in Oriel Street in Robson’s Directory for 1839
  • Peter Henry Stacey
    Listed as an Oxford surgeon in Universal Business Directory of 1794/5.
  • Deodatus Stone (1777–1852)
  • Robert Stone (b.1811)
  • R. Symonds
    Listed as a surgeon in Queen Street in Pigot’s Directory of 1823/4
  • Francis Tomes
    Listed as a Surgeon in St Aldate’s in Pigot’s Directory for 1830
  • George Robert Wyatt
    Listed as a Surgeon at 3 Cornmarket Street in Robson’s Directory of 1839, at 33 St Aldate Street in Pigot’s Directory for 1842, and 11 Queen Street in Slatter’s Directory for 1850

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