NameDatesIn BathPractitioner typeNotesReferencesPublications













Acton, Benjamin
1830-7surgeon
BD1830-7














Adair, James Makittrick
1785physician
WikipediaMedical Cautions for Invalids, 1785; A Philosophical and Medical Sketch of the Human Body, 1787













Alexander, Richard C.
1837

















Anderdon, Edmund1743-18321773-1812apothecaryOn Bath City Council from 1787. Mayor in 1816/17 and 1824/25. Recommended to Jane Austen's brother, Edward, in 1799.















Anderdon, Williamc.1736-after 1804c.1758-?apothecaryOn Bath City Council from 1764. Mayor in 1786/7 and 1794/5. In partnership with Thomas Elmes until 1778. Partner in Bath & Somersetshire Bank from 1775. Later lived at Newton St Lo.















Anderton
1778apothecaryIn partnership with ElmesBD1778














Arney, John?-17071690surgeonSurgeon to Bellotts Hospital















Arthur, John
1751-72apothecary
















Atwood, Harry1741-18141766-1807surgeonOn Bath City Council from 1776. Mayor in 1800/1. Surgeon to Bath Gen Hospital 1781-1806 and Governor 1778.m Member of the 1st Bath Philosophical Society.BD1773-1800














Bagshaw, Sir W.C.
1822physician?
BD1822














Bailey, W.H.
1833dentist
BD1833














Bain
1800physician
BD 1800














Baker, John
c.1764-66apothecaryMarried 1766.















Baker, Robertc1545-1596
Physician MD 1577 Bath Abbey register














Baker, S
1822dentist
BD1822














Baldwin, Sealey
1833physician
BD1833














Barlow, Edward1785- 18481812-37 PhysicianPhysician to Bath Gen Hospital 1819-1844 and Governor 1819. In 1819 proposed what became the BRLSI. Devotee of phrenology.BD1812-37An Essay on the Medicinal Efficacy and Employment of the Bath Waters, 1822; An Apology for the Study of Phrenology, 1825; papers in early editions of the Provincial Med and Surg Assoc.













Barnard, John Fryer
1826-37surgeon
BD1826-37














Barnes, J.W.
1826-37dentist, apothecary
BD1826-37














Barry, James
1830physician
BD1830














Barry, William
1764surgeon
















Barter, Thomas
1837surgeon, apothecary
BD1837














Bath
1781surgeon, apothecary, accoucheurFrom ChilcomptonBC 1/2/1781














Bave, Charlesc1675-17341699-
MD Oxford. Grandson of Samuel. An early proposer of the Bath Gen Hospital. Promoter of the river Avon navigation. Lessee of the Blue Anchor in Bath.Survey of Old Bath; CM 17/6/1724














Bave, Francisc.1677-1733c.1698-1733apothecaryBrother of Charles. Surgeon to Bellotts Hospital 1704. On Bath City Council from 1709. Mayor in 1729/30. Lessee of the Sun Tavern in Northgate Street.















Bave, Samuel1588-16681640-1668physicianBorn at Cologne? MD Paris and Oxford. Physician to John Aubrey















Baylies, William1724-1787c1757-63physicianMD Aberdeen commenced practice in Worcester. FRCP Edinburgh. Moved to Bath to practice, but left after a bitter dispute with the Oliver. He was appointed physician to the Middlesex Hospital in 1764. Left England in 1770 because of financial difficulties and settled in Germany. He became physician to Frederick the Great, King of Prussia. The king said of him “To have acquired such skill, you must have killed a great many people” Baylies replied “Not as many as you, your Majesty” he died in Berlin. March 2, 1787Monk. DNBPractical Reflections on… the Bath Waters, 1757; A Narrative of Facts Demonstrating… that Physical Confederacyin Bath…,1757













Bayly, Hugh?-1615
Bone setter
RP James. Bath Abbey register














Bayly, Ralph1557- 1645
physician MD Oxford. Buried in WidcombeGuidott. Raach.














Bayntun, Francis
1837dentist
BD1837














Bayntun, Wilmot R
1833-7surgeon, apothecary
BD1833-7














Bealey, William
1819-37physician
BD1819- 37














Beden, Andrewdied 1699
Physician
Bath Abbey register














Beeston, Jon1675- 1727
physicianMD Oxford and Leyden. Trustee of subscribers to the Bath Gen Hospital. Possibly the Dr Beeston mentioned in Defoe's Journey through the island of Great BritainBath Abbey register. Wood.














Bell
1806-1812surgeon, apothecary, druggist
BD1809-12














Benny
1826-9physician
BD1826-9














Berdoe, Marmaduke
1773physician
BD 1773Theory of the Human Sensations, 1773, and essays on gout, blood, vision, and the 'electric fluid'.













Berkitt
1800-22physician
BD1800-22














Bettenson (Betison), Richard1651- 1724
PhysicianBorn Lesnewth, Cornwall. MD Oxford. Gave £100 towards bulding the first Pump Room. Trustee of subscribers to the Bath Gen HospitalBath Abbey register. Wood.














Bettie, Solomon
1830-7surgeon, apothecary
BD1830-7














Billers (Bellowes), John1614-1647
Physician
Bath Abbey register. Raach














Bird, John
1837dentist
BD1837














Bishop, James
1767-9apothecary Partner of Pearce, qv, until 1769. Married 1767















Blackmore, Edward
1833-7physician
BD1833-7














Blake, Johnc.1718-c.1739-92apothecary
BD1773-92; BC 21/10/1779














Blatchley
1800midwife
BD1800














Bliss, John E
1829-30Physician55,Gt Pulteney StreetBD1829-30














Blood
1826surgeon, accoucheur
BD1826














Boisragon
1805-1808physician
BD1805














Bostock, Richard?-17471737-45Physician MD Utrecht. Practised in Shropshire and later in Bath. Physician to Bath Gen. Hospital 1744-5 and Governor 1744.















Bowen, William
1796-1812apothecaryBy 1809 partner of Spry, qv. On Bath City Council from 1799. Jane Austen's apothecary. Mixum in Warner's Bath Characters.BD1800-09














Bowie
1819-37physician
BD1819-37














Brabant, John
1798electric therapist
















Brent?-1769
physician
BJ 4/9/1769














Breuer/Brewer, Theodore
1790-1819dentist, accoucheur
BD1800-19














Brewer
1783apothecaryMarried Mrs Delason 1783.BJ 7/7/1783














Brewer, James
1826?
BD1826














Brewer, Thomas?-16651630Physician
Raach














Brewer, William
1787surgeonIn 1784 at Corsham.BD1784














Brewster, Thomas1706-17571744-57PhysicianMD Oxford. Physician to Bath Gen Hospital 1744-57 and Governor 1742. Mentioned in Fielding's Tom Jones.DNB














Brickenden, Thomas
1837?
BD1837














Britta(i)n, Henry
1829-37surgeon
BD1829-37














Brodrip
1805-09physician
BD1805-09














Brown, James?-1793
physician
Bath Abbey register














Brown, Richard Wilsonc1785-1860
surgeon, accoucheurFRCS. Surgeon to Bath United HospitalBD1819-37














Browne, Ebenezer
1822-37surgeon
BD1822-37














Browne-Mill, George Gavin1774-18421805-1842Surgeon and physicianAttended Louis XVIII who made him a baron in 1820. Born George Browne, he added the name Mill in 1803
BD1805-19














Bruton
1800-1805surgeon, apothecary, accoucheur
BD 1800














Bryant, Sarah
1770-92midwifeDaughter of John Campbell, q.v.BC 31/5/70














Burkitt
1800-1820PhysicianLampooned as Borecat in Warner's Bath CharactersBath directories














Busby, Williamc.1723-69c.1744-69apothecaryMarried Miss Bishop 1755.















Bush, George Frederick
1828-1837apothecaryAssistant to W.B.Farnell then Resident apothecary Bath Gen HospitalBD1837














Bush, Samuelc.1695-1784c.1716-84apothecaryOn Bath City Council from 1734. Mayor in 1763/4. Governor of Bath Gen Hospital. Satirised in the caricature The Knights of Bath.















Bush, Thomas?-1782
apothecary
BC 23/5/1782














Bush,William
1830ssurgeon Surgeon to the eye and ear dispensary 1837
Observations on the cause and formation of cancers. Bath 1804













Bushell, William
1723apothecary
















Butt, Edward
1822-37surgeon, apothecary
BD1822-37














Cabry?-17881788?apothecary
BJ 19/5/1788














Cadby
1778-1784surgeon, apothecary
BD1778














Cam, Thomas Croxall
c1805-1842surgeon, accoucheurSurgeon to the Bath city infirmary and dispensary. Sheriff 1815, 1817. chief constable 1822. Son was a surgeon at Hereford infirmaryBD1805-37A case of a wound in the perineal artery in which the limb was saved by removing a portion of the fibula













Campbell, John
1770physician, accoucheurFather of Sarah Bryant, q.v.BC 31/5/70














Canvane, Peter
1764-73physician
Diaryof John Baker; BD1773A Dissertation on… Castor Oil, 1766













Carsley
1822surgeon, apothecary
BD1822














Cattell, William?-17821773-82surgeonOn Bath City Cou ncil from 1773.BC 20/6/1782; BD1773-8














Chandler, James
1792dentist, apothecary
BD1792














Chapman, Robert1624-1700
apothecaryn Bath City Council by 1660. Mayor in 1668/9, 1678/9 and 1689/90.















Charleton, Rice1722-1789c1750-1781physicianMD Oxford. FRS. Physician to Bath Gen Hospital 1757-81 and Governor 1752. Collected pictures and sat to Gainsborough, whom he also treated in 1763.E76DNB; BD1773-8A Treatise on the Bath Waters, 1753; An Inquiry into the Efficacy of Wam Bathing in Palsies, 1770Three Tracts on the Bath Waters, 1774;













Charlton?-17971782-97dentist
BD 1787; BC 7/3/1782, 13/2/1783, 14/9/1786, 21/3/1788, 4/11/1790, 18/5/1797













Cheyne, George1671-1743?-1743physicianFRS. Celebrity doctor and author of influential texts on gout, healthy lifestyle, vegetarian diet, and nervous debility. Advised Alexander Pope and Samuel Richardson.
Observations Concerning Gout, 1720; The English Malady, 1733; An Essay on Health and Long Lifr; The Natural Method of Cureing, 1742; and other works.













Chichester, John
1809-1820physicianPhysician to the Eye InfirmaryBD1809-19A Statement of Facts…, 1819













Child, Charlespre-1665-1723by 1685-1723apothecaryOn Bath City Council by 1685. Mayor in 1709/10. Case 34 in Guidott's register of Bath (1st hundred)















Chilton, Joseph
1837surgeon, apothecary
BD1837














Chittick, Walter?-1761
Physician
Bath Chronicle














Church, William John
1829-37surgeon
BD1829-37














Clarke, William1639- 16841660-?1671physician born in Swainswick. Died in StepneyDNB














Clarke,Henry
1832PhysicianRan Bailbrook Mental Asylum with Joseph Hume Spry.















Cleland, Archibaldc.1700-711741-54surgeonSurgeon to Bath Gen Hospital 1742-3. Dimiised on a a charge of indecent practice.BMJ articleAn Appeal to the Public, 1743; A Full Vindicationof Mr Cleland's Appeal, 1744













Clifton
1819-20surgeonSurgeon to Bath City infirmary and Dispensary.BD1819-37














Cogan
1809physician
BD1809














Colborn, Edmund1721?-65?
apothecary
















Colburne, William
1734-48apothecarySubscriber to Quinton's "Treatise on Warm Bath Water"















Cole, Edward?-17631753-63apothecaryResident apothecary Bath Gen Hospital 1753-63.















Collibee, Edward Bushellc.1707-95c.1730-?apothecarySon of William Collibee, q.v. On Bath City Council from 1735. Mayor in 1756/7, 1765/6, 1775/6 and 1785/6. Supporter of the elder William Pitt as a Bath M.P. Refused to pay his wife Elizabeth's debts.BC 15/9/1774














Collibee, William1672-1728c.1693-1728apothecaryLeased New Inn in 1715. On Bath City Council from 1701. Mayor in 1719/20.















Collins, Thomas
1785-1805apothecaryMarried Miss Wheeler 1789.BJ 20/4/1789. BD1800-05














Cooke?-18001773-1800apothecary
BD1773-8














Coombs, William
1809-37surgeon
BD1809-37














Coombs, William
c1809-1842surgeonMRCSBD1809-37














Coraud/Crow?-17561756surgeon, accoucheur
BJ 8/3/56














Corbin, Henry
1830surgeon
BD1830














Corp, William
1785-1787apothecary then physicianIn partnership with William Gallaway, qv, 1778. Distinguished obstructive jaundice. Discussed this in relationship to cystic duct obstruction. Rejects idea of spasm of cystic duct as a cause of jaundice and stopFreeman. The Thermal baths of Bath. p xiv; BC 23/7/1778An Essay on the Jaundice, 1784; An essay on changes produced in the body by the operation of the mind. Bath 1792













Cox, J.
1819surgeon
BD1819














Cox, William Abraham
1837surgeon, apothecary
BD1837














Crabry
1777apothecary
Thicknesse














Crawford, Stewartc1775-1847
physicianDoctor sauerkraut in Warner's Bath charactersBD1800-37














Creaser, Thomas
1800-1820surgeon, apothecary, accoucheurMRCS.Surgeon to the Bath city infirmary and dispensaryBD1800-19 Evidence of the Utility of Vaccine Inoculation intended for the information for parents; 1801; The Extraordinary Case of Joseph Lockier…, 1806













Crook, Charlesc.1747-1843c.1778-1843?apothecary Married Miss Drewett, a clothier's daughter, in 1786. In partnership with Kitson by 1812.BJ 13/11/1786; BD1800-12














Crook, George Simon1764-?c .1786-1800apothecaryOn Bath City Council from 1792. Probably the younger William Pitt's apothecary in 1802.Bath directories














Crook, Simonc.1722-?c.1744-1784apothecaryIn partnership with Walter Gibbes, qv, until 1752. On Bath City Council 1754-91. Mayor in 1778. Satirised in the caricature The Knights of Bath, 1763. BD1773-84














Crosby, John L
c1819-1848+surgeon, apothecarySurgeon to Bath City infirmary and Dispensary.BD1819-37














Crow see Coraud



















Cruttwell, C.W.
1809-12surgeon
BD1809-12














Cruttwell, Clement1743-18081770s-1780surgeon, accoucheurFounder member of the Bath and West agricultural Society. Married Miss Brooks 1771. Gave up surgery in 1780.Bath Chronicle February 13, 1771Advice to Lying-in Women, chiefly respecting the custom of drawing the breasts, 1779













Cullerne, Edmundc.1724-65c.1745-65apothecaryAlso made up veterinary medicines. From Malmesbury? BC 30/9/1765 and 7/5 /1767














Cullerne, Simon?-1750?-1750apothecary
















Curtis, C.
1819surgeon
BD1819














Daniell, John Bampfylde
1819-1844PhysicianPhysician to Bath Gen Hospital 1830-1844 and Governor 1832.BD1819-37














Dauntsey, Johnc1572-1650c1640PhysicianMD OxfordGuidott. Bath Abbey register














Davidson
1829chiropodist
BD1829














Davies, Richard?-1761c1746-1761physicianMoved to Bath from ShrewsburyBC 24/12/1761To Promote the Experimental Analysis of the Human Blood, 1760













Davis, John Ford1773-1864c1808-1864physicianBorn in Bath. Physician to Bath Gen. Hospital 1817-1834BD1800-37An enquiry into the symptoms and treatment of carditis. Bath 1808.













Dawson, Benjamin
1767-83apothecaryPossibly "A worthy citizen" in Warner's Bath Characters. Invented Dawson's lozengesBD1773-8














Dawson, Knightly
1773-1800apothecary, dentist
BD1792














Day, William
1791-1833surgeon apothecary, accoucheurTook the Catholic oath 1791.BD17921833














Dechemant
1795-1800dentistA naturalised French émigré, he invented mineral paste false teeth.BC 28/5/1795, 22/3/1798/ 27/3/1800A Dissertation on Artificial Teeth in General 1798













Delacour
1773-80physician
BD 1773-8; E.Green 'John Wilkes'














Ditcher, Philip1720-811744-81surgeonSurgeon to Bath Gen Hospital 1744-81 and Governor 1751. On Bath City Council from 1752. Mayor in 1774/5. In 1757 married daughter of the novelist Samuel Richardson.BC 18/1/1781; PD's estate documents in Bath Record Office; BD1773-8













Dobson, Matthew?-17841780-3physicianMD, FRS.Member of 1st Bath Philosophical Society.BD1784A Medical Commentary on Fixed Air, 1780













Dodd, Johnc.1716-911751-90surgeon, apothecary, dentistMarried a distiller's widow 1757. Surgeon/apothcary to St James's & Abbey Poor House 1782BD1773-87














Donne, John?-17971734-97surgeon Surgeon to Bath General Hospital 1742-1797 and Governor 1748. Married 1754.BD1773














Dubois de Chemant see Dechemant



















Dulhunty
1822?
BD1822














Dunlop, James
1830-37physician
BD1830-7














Durlacher
1812-22dentist
BD1812-22














Edwards, G.F.
1800-1820surgeon, apothecary, oculistIn partnership with Maynard 1800. and with Pring c.1809.BD1800-19Observations on the Cow and Small Pox, 1805; Observations on the Purulent Ophthalmia of Infants., 1810













Edwards, Thomas Conway
1837-?surgeon, apothecaryProprietor of Bladud Spa, Larkhall















Egan
1819army surgeon
BD1819














Elkington, J.G.

surgeonSurgeon to Bath Gen Hospital 1820-1.















Elliot
1819physician
BD1819














Elmes, Thomas
1778apothecaryIn partnership with AndertonBD1778














Elmes, Thomas
1777-1800apothecary
B.D.(Thicknesse)














Elton, Thomas1574- 1618
PhysicianMD OxfordGuidott. Bath Abbey register














Eren
1788-91surgeon, trussmakerBy 1795 succeeded as trussmaker by his wife.BC 13/11/1788, 22/12/1791, 30/4/1795














Ewart, John?-1800c1790-1800?physicianPhysician to the Pauper Charity, 1792. Held a post in Colombo, Ceylon, where he died in 1800.BJ 8/9/1800;BD1792A history of two cases of ulcerated cancer of the mammae, 1794













Faithorn, John
1830-7physician
BD1830-7














Falconer, Thomas
1830-7physician
BD1830-7














Falconer, William1744-1824c.1770-1824physicianLived at 29 The Circus. FRS. MD. Physician to Bath Gen Hospital 1784-1819 and Governor 1784. Member of the 1st and 2nd Bath Philosophical Societies. Dr Vellum in Warner's Bath Characters.BD1773-1829; E.Wilson 'A Shropshire lady...'Large number of publications on the Bath waters, ischias, influenza, plague , influence of the passions, health of farm workers, etc.













Falkner, Robert
1819, 1837surgeon, apothecary
BD1819, BD1837














Farnell, William Balme1749-18291784-1829apothecary Resident apothecary to Bath Gen Hospital, 1784-1829.















Fear, R
1826-?apothecary, druggist
















Fellowes
1799-1822physicianPhysician to Prince of Wales. Treated Jane Austen's brother 1799.BD1800-22














Field, Frederick
1826-37surgeon, apothecary
BD1826-37














Fisher, Samuel
1819-37physicianPhysician to the Penitentiary 1819.BD1819














Flint
1812physician
BD1812














Ford, John
1792apothecary, dentist?
BD1792














Ford, Johnc.1701-71?c.1722-33apothecaryOn Bath City Council from 1724















Ford, Richardc.1666-1733c.1687-1730apothecaryOn Bath City Council from 1692. Mayor in 1713/14 nd 1730/1. Treasurer of the Bluecoats School.















Forrester?-1618
Physician
Bath Abbey register














Forster
1805-22apothecary
BD1805-22














Fosbrooke
1833-7surgeon, apothecary
BD1829














Foster, John
1767-1805apothecary Mr Gripes in Warner's Bath charactersBD1773-92; BC 21/10/1779














Fothergill,Anthony1732-18131784-1803physicianLRCP FRS. Moved from Bath to Philadelphia. BD1792-1800Various publications including papers on resuscitation, rabies, lead and copper poisoning, and alcohol abuse.













Fowles, Daniel
1829-1841surgeon, apothecary
BD1829-37














Foy?-c.17891761-89dentistVisited Bath from c.1761 but later resident.BJ 26/1/1761; BC 10/11/1763, 13/9/1770, 20/10/1774, 5/6/1777, 19/4/1781, 13/10/1785














Franckling
1806-1812apothecary, druggist
















Fraser, William
1787-1798physicianOn Bath City Council from 1791BD1792














French, Thomasc.1699-17621730s-62apothecaryOn Bath City Council 1738-60.BJ 24/5/1762














Frier, George?-1764
surgeon, apothecary
BC 9/2/1764














Fryer, William H
1833-c1846surgeon, apothe ary
BD1833-37














Gabry, John?-17881767-88apothecaryAlso made up veterinary medicines in manner of late Edmund Cullerne, qvBD1773-8














Gaitskell, Joseph Ashley
1819-37surgeon, accoucheur
BD1819-37An Essay on Catarrhal Inflammation of the Intestine, 1819.













Gallaway, William?-17781740-1778apothecaryMarried Mary Cullerne 1740. In partnership with William Corp, qv, 1778. Gallaway's Buildings named after him.BC 23/7/1778; BD1773-8














Garlick, W. B.
1791surgeon
Bath directories














Garrard
1800surgeon
BD1800














Garthwayte
1806-1812apothecary, druggist
















Gent, Johnc.1748-?c.1769-1805apothecary, druggist
BD1792-1800














George, Richard Francis
1826-?surgeonSurgeon to Bath Gen Hospital 1827-60 and Governor 1828.BMA list; BD1826-37














Gibb(e)s, Henryc.1691-1735?c.1712-35?apothecary
















Gibb(e)s, Rosewell?-1738
apothecary?Son of Thomas Gibb(e)s, q.v. On Bath City Council from 1708. Mayor in 1725/6.















Gibb(e)s, Thomas?-17181672-1718apothecaryOn Bath City Council from 1672. Mayor in 1699/1700 and 1711/12.















Gibb(e)s, Walter?-17521736-52apothecaryIn partnership with Simon Crook 1752. On Bath City Council from 1744.BJ 24/8/1752














Gibbes, Sir George Smith

physicianPhysician to Bath Gen Hospital 1804-18 and Governor 1804. Member of the 2nd Bath Philosophical Socirty. Developed a process for coverting animal waste into spermaceti etc at the Gibbesium factory at Conham. Gave inaugural lecture to the BRLSI, 1825. Probably 'Dr Faddle' in Warner's Characters.BD1805-33A Few Observations on Animal Matter…, 1796; A Syllabus of… Chemical Lectures, 1799; A Treatise on the Bath Waters, 1800-3; A Phlogistic Theory, 1809













Gibbs, Walter?-1711
apothecary
















Gillies, James
1819-26physician
BD1819-26














Gillum, Raphael
1800-37physicianPhysician to Bath City Dispensary. Delivered botanical lectures 1800.BD 1800-37; BC 15/5/1800














Gilpin
1800-1809surgeon apothecary, accoucheur
BD1800-05














Goddard
1773physician
BD1773














Godfrey, Elizabeth
1800midwife
BD 1800














Godfrey, H [Race?]
1819-1848surgeonBD1819-37















Godfrey, Mary?-1800c.1740-1800midwifePractised in Bath over 60 yearsBD 1792 and 1800; BJ 1/12/1800














Goldstone, Charles
1777-1800apothecary, dentist
BDs














Goldstone, George
1800-1848+surgeon apothecary dentist
BC 11/12/1800; BD1800-37














Goldstone, John?-17731744-73dentistThe first fully resident Bath dentist. Partnered by his son Richard c.1764.BJ 9/4/1744, 28/10/1754, 14/4/1755, 25/4/1757, 10/11/1760; BC 11/10/1764, 28/1/1773














Goldstone, Richard I1744-991767-99apothecary, dentistPartnered his father John c.1764.BD1773-92; BC 4/2/1773, 24/10/1776














Goldstone, Richard II
1830-1841surgeon
BD1829-33














Goldstone, Robert
1799-1822surgeon, apothecary, accoucheurSurgeon/apothecary to St James's & Abbey Poor House 1801-4.BD1800-22














Goldstone, William I1749-1773apothecary, dentistSon of John Goldstone, qvBC 4/2/1773; D1773














Goldstone, William II
1830-31surgeon
BD1829-33














Goldwyer, John
1794-1809surgeon, oculist
BD1800-05














Goodall, Jane
1759-92midwifeCame from London 1759 on death of Mrs Tubb, q.v. BJ 26/3/59; BD 1792














Gordon
1773physician
BD1773














Gore, Richard T.
1826-37surgeon, apothecaryIn partnership with G.Kitson by 1826.BD1826-37














Graham, James1745-941774-91oculist, aurist, nature healerStudied medicine in Edinburgh. Often regarded as a quack, advocating mud baths, electrical therapy, etc but had good ideas on diet, bathing, etc. Periodically resident at Bath where he associated in Bath with the Catharine Macaulay circle. Later became a religious enthusiast.Bath newspapers 1774-91 The General State of Medical and Chirurgical Practice, c.1778; A New, Plain… Treatise on the Bath Waters, 1789.













Grant, Alexander1761-?1791-1831surgeon, apothecaryMRCS; in partnership with B.Acton c.1820-30.BD1792-1830














Grant, Jane
1749midwife
BJ 12/6/1749














Graves, Danvers
1774apothecary
















Gray(Grey), John
1795, 1809-1842surgeon, apothecary
BC 28/5/1795; BD1800-37














Green, Charles
1783-92apothecary
BD 1783-92; BJ 27/4/1789














Greville, Charles E.
1829-37physician, accoucheur
BD1829-37














Griffith, Guyon?-1784


Bath Abbey register














Grigg, John
1787-91surgeonSurgeon to the Bath Pauper Charity. Specialised in women's and children's complaints. Married in 1784.BC July 14 and 30/12/1790; BD1792Advice to the Female Sex in General…, 1789













Grist, James?-17571714-57apothecaryLessee of the Nag's Head.BJ 12/9/1757














Guidott, Thomas1638-1705
physician

A Discourse of Bath, 1676; A Century of Observations, 1686; The Register of Bath, 1694; An Apology for the Bath, 1705.













Gusthart, Robert?-1780?1758-77PhysicianPhysician to Bath Gen Hospital1761-80 and Governor 1752.BJ 10/4/1758; BD1773-8














Guy, Melmouth
1778surgeon

A Treatise on… Schirrous Tumours and Cancers, 1778













Gye, Richardc.1727-821751-78apothecaryJourneyman apothecary to John Morris at the Bath Gen Hosp.BJ 30/9/1751; BC 21/2/1782; BD1773-8














Hamilton
1792physician
BD1792














Hamilton, Thomas
1767-78apothecary
BD1778














Hancock
1809-12apothecary
BD1809-12














Hanham, Fred
1833surgeon, apothecary
BD1833














Hardy, C.H.
1819-37physician
BD1819-37














Hardy, Charlesc1790- 1843
physicianMD Oxford. MRCP. Physician to the Bath United Hospital Bath directories. Munk's roll














Harford, Charlesc.1749?-791771-79apothecaryOn Bath City Council from 1774. Lessee of old White Lion.BD1773-8














Harford, Johnc.1711-59c.1733-59apothecaryBJ 20/8/1759















Harington, Edward1696-17571724-1750PhysicianPhysician to Bath Gen Hospital 1740-50 and Governor 1739. Married a daughter of Charles Bave, q.v. An aunt bought him a £1200 house in Queen Square, but had family house at Kelston. Mentioned in Fielding's Tom Jones.HMC 63/2/5.7.1736














Harington, Henry1727- 18161762-?PhysicianMoved to Bath 1762 after practising at Wells. Founded the Bath Harmonic Society and wrote glees etc. Physician to Bath Gen Hospital 1780-99 and Governor 1763. Physician to the Duke of York. Dr Harmony in Warner's Bath Characters. On Bath City Council from 1770 and Mayor in 1793/4.DNBBath Anecdotes and Characters, by the Genius Loci, 1782













Harington, William1784
physician
BD1784














Harman, Edward B.
1833-7physician
BD1833-7














Harries, Charles A.
1833-7surgeon, apothecary
BD1833-7














Harris, W.Hay
1833-7surgeon, apothecary
BD1833-7














Harrison, R.S.
1833surgeon, apothecary
BD1833














Harrison, Thomas
1826-33surgeon, apothecary
BD1826-33














Harrison, William H.S.
1837surgeon, apothecary
BD1837














Hart, H
1779-92dentist
BC 11/11/1779, 27/12/1792














Hartley, David1705-571744-48physicianMD,FRS. Physician to Bath Gen Hospital 1744-8 and Governor 1742. Developed the psychological theory of association.
De Lithontriptico, 1746; Observations on Man, 1749













Harvey, Alexander/Alfred Augustus
1819-1848+surgeon and physicianMRCSBD1819-37














Haviland, James?-17791771-79apothecaryIn partnership with John Kitson. On Bath City Council from 1772. Married Archdeacon Seagre's daughter Sophia 1771.BC 18/7/1771 and 13/1/1780; BD1773














Haviland, Thomas1706-70c.1733-68apothecaryHad a botanic garden and collected fossils. Active freemason. Advised the Penrose family in 1766.Thicknesse; BC 20/12/1770














Hay, Alexander?-17851771-1785surgeon, apothecaryMarried Miss Bevan 1771. In partnership with his son by 1800.Bath Chronicle; BD1778-1809














Hay, George Edmund1775- 18441800-37apothecaryIn partnership with Thomas Phinn by 1812. Treated Fanny Burney's husband d'Arblay in 1818.BMA list; BD1826-37














Haygarth, John
1798-?physicianMD, FRS. Settled in Bath 1798 from Chester. Founder member of the 2nd Bath Philosophical Society. Organised a trial of the Perkins tractors.BD1800-12On the Imagination as a Cause and Cure of Disorders…,1800; Medical Transactions, 1801; A Clinical History of Diseases, 1805; A Private Letter… to the Right Rev.Dr Porteus…, 1812













Hayward, Francis
1809- 1831physician
BD1812-30














Hemmings, Michael17951778-95apothecary
BD1778-92; BC 8/8/1795














Henshaw, Jonathanc.1705-64c.1728-64apothecaryOn Bath City Council from 1740. Probably satirised in the caricature The Knights of Bath, 1763.















Hereford
1809- 1813physician
BD1812














Hereford, Roger?-17741752-74apothecaryOn Bath City Council from 1755.BC 15/9/1774; BD1773














Hickes, Charles?-1762c1812-1846surgeon
BD1812-37Observations on the treatment of stricture of the rectum Med & Phys J. Vol 44. p34. 1820













Hill, Edward
1833surgeon, apothecary
BD1833














Hill, John H.
1837surgeon, apothecary
BD1837














Hill, Thomas
1822-30surgeon
BD1822-30














Hillary, Williamc1700-17631734-1752Physician MD Leyden. Moved from Ripon to Bath. Developed Lyncombe House as a spaArticle by C C Booth in Medical History An Inquiry into Lincomb Spaw Water, 1742













Hitchins, Thomas
1830-7surgeon
BD1830-7














Holman, James
1799-1800physicianPhysician to Bath Infirmary.D 1800














Holman, James
1800-05physician
BD1800-05














Holman, James1766-1812
physicianMD Edinburgh and Leyden. Physician to the Bath Gen Hospital 1800-4 (Governor 1799) and to the Bath city infirmary and dispensaryMunk. Innes-Smith














Hooper
1819-22apothecary
BD1819-22














Horton, John Collibeec.1769-?c.1792-1809?apothecary
















Horton, John Ic.1708-79c.1729-?apothecaryOn Bath City Council from 1739. Mayor in 1771/2.















Horton, John IIc.1738-?c.1759-1800apothecaryApothecary to Bellot's Hospital. On Bath City Council from 1765. Mayor in 1790/1 and 1799/1800. Married daughter of E.B.Collibee, qv., 1767.BD1773-92














Horton, Thomas
c.1778-1800apothecaryOn Bath City Council from 1794. Thicknesse; BD 1787; BC 27/3/1783














Howell, John W.
1837surgeon, apothecary
BD1837














Howells, William
1768-71dentist
BC 17/11/1768, 19/12/1771














Howse, Henryc.1721-941740s-75apothecary
BH 12/4/1794














Hunt, Ezra
1833-7surgeon, apothecary
BD1833-7














Hunt, F
1819-20surgeon, apothecaryMRCS LSA Member of London Vaccine InstituteBD1819














Hunter, William E.
1837physician
BD1837














Hutchinson, Edmund?-17911752-89apothecaryOn Bath City Council from 1782. Married Mrs Folijamb 1759.BD1773














Irvine, Walter
1837physician
BD1837














James
1829surgeon
BD1829














Jeffrys, James1733-?c.1754-58apothecary
















Jennings, John?-17761740s-1776physician
BC 2/5 /1776; BD1773














Jones, Giles
1744-1755surgeonSurgeon to Bath Gen Hospital 1744-55 and Governor 1751.Univ Directory














Kelly, Nicholas
1790-1805surgeon, apothecary, accoucheurSurgeon/apothecary to St James's and Abbey Poor House 1790-1801.BD1792-1800














Kelso
1791physician
BD1792














Kidstone
1833physician
BD1833














Kilvert, John
1826-37surgeon
BMA list; BD1826-37














King, George
1826-1860+surgeon, apothecary, druggistMember of Medical Book Society BMA list; BD1826-33














King, J.
1829surgeon
BD1829














King, Thomas
1795-1837apothecaryMRCS. Superintended William Sole's business c.1796-1800.BC 27/11/1800; BD1809-37














Kingstone, Edwardc.1703-48c.1725-48apothecaryOn Bath City Council from 1742.BJ 13/6/1748














Kinneir, David?-17731767-73apothecaryPartner of William Street, qv, and concerned in smallpox inoculation at Lyncombe Spa.
A New Essay on the Nerves and…Animal Spirits, 1738













Kirkland
1809-1813physician
BD1809-12














Kitson, George1781-18591803-1842surgeon, apothecaryMRCS. In partnership with R.T. Gore by 1826. Surgeon to Bath Gen Hospital 1817-1842 and Governor 1810.BMA list; BD1819-37














Kitson, John1744-1829c.1766-1819apothecaryPartnerof James Haviland, qv. On Bath City Council from 1791. Mayor in 1818/19. Apothecary to Queen Charlotte 1819. Father of George Kitson, qv. Freeman of Bath 1782BD1778-1822














Knapp, George
1830-37surgeon, apothecary
BD1830-7














Knight, Henry
1773-1801apothecaryMainly a chemist and druggist.BD1773-8














Knight, W.D.
1796physician

A Hint to Valetudinarians, 1796; A Concise Statement of the… Pill Unique…, 1796













Langworthy, Charles Cunningham1771-1847
PhysicianMD St Andrews. Proprietor of Kingsdown House, Box - and early private mental asylum. Sole agent of Perkins tractors outside London.BD1805-37A view of the Perkinean electricity or an enquiry into the influence of metallic tractors. 1798













Langworthy, Robert Austen
1826-c1841surgeonSurgeon to Kingsdown HouseBD1826-37














Larman, Joseph?-17841774-84apothecarySucceeded Roger Hereford, qvBC 15/9/1774 and 25/11/1784; BD1778














Lee, Johnc1755-18221792-1822PhysicianMD Rheims, MRCP, FRS. Born in Kerry.BD1792-1822; Munks RollA narrative of a singular gouty case with observations. 1782













Lesse, Robert
1580
Copy of pamphlet held in Folger Shakespeare Library, WashingtonHembry Vol1"A brief view of all baths, etc…"













Levis, Abraham
1780dentistSon of Benjamin Levis..BC 4 /5/1780














Levis, Benjamin?-17801762?-80dentistPractised alongide his wife Elinor.BC 10/10/1776, 19/11/1778














Levis, Elinor
1776-80
Practised alongside her husband and after his death. BC 21/9/1780














Lewis, Duncan
1829-30surgeon
BD1829-30














Lewis, William
1829-37physician
BD1829-37














Lloyd, John Augustusc1805-18521829-1852surgeon and physicianFRCS. MD Aberdeen. Physician to Institution for Diseases of the Chest and Cancer.Plarr; BD1833-7














Lloyd, Ruth
1800midwife
BD 1800














Long, John
1812-1836surgeon, apothecary
BD1812-26














Long, William James
1830-33surgeon
BD1830-33














Lovell, John
1754-77apothecaryOn Bath City Council from 1754, reigned as Alderman 1777.















Lowder, Charles D.T.
1833physician
BD1833














Lucas, Charles

physician?Controversially analysed the Bath waters and found no sulphur component.
An Essay on Waters, 1756; The Letters of Doctor Lucas and Doctor Oliver Occasioned by a Physical Confederacy…, 1757; Cursory Remarks on…Investigating the… Bath Waters, 1764













Lucas, Robert
1800surgeon, apothecary
BD1800-12














Lysons, Daniel1727- 18001770- 1800physician MD Oxford. Physician to Bath Pauper Charity 1772, and to Bath Gen Hospital 1781-1800 (Governor 1771). Publicised the medical use of camphor and cardamine.BD1773-92Further Observation upon the Effects of Camphire and Calomel…. 1777; Practical Essays upon… Fevers, 1772; various papers inPhilosophical Transactions and other medical journals













Lyster, Henry
1773surgeonGot a Bath girl pregnant while visiting Spa (now in Belgium)Bath City Settlement Examinations; BD1773














MacKee
1819apothecary
BD1819














MacNolty, John
c1819-1848surgeon
BD1819-37














Manne
1822dentist
BD1822














Manningham, Thomas?-1794
physician
BC 13/2/1794














Mansford, John Griffith
1820-1842surgeonMRCS. Lived 11, Walcot Parade. In partnership with Barter 1829-33 BD1822-37The invalids companion to Bath. 1820. researches into the nature and causes of epilepsy. Bath 1819.













Mapleton
1799-1803physicianLived at 11 The Circus. Consulted by Jane Austen & familyBath Chronicle 1803;BD1800














Marriott, Peter?-18571826-1857surgeonIn partnership with Wood by 1829BMA list; BD1826-37














Marryat
1779physician
BC 2/9/1779New Practice of Physic













Marsh, William
1829-30surgeon, apothecary
BD1829-30














Mason, William
1829-30surgeon
BD1829-30














Massy, Hugh
c1830-1860+surgeon, apothecaryMRCS LSA Senior surgeon to Lying- in CharityBD1830-7














Matravers, Richardc.1680?-1746
apothecaryOn Bath City Council from 1720. Mayor in 1736/7.BJ 7/7/1746














Maycock, James D.
1830physician
BD1830














Mayhew, Frederick
1802-1829apothecary
BD1822-9














Mayhew, Richard
1787-1802apothecary
BD1783-1819














Maynard
1800surgeon, apothecary, accoucheurIn partnership with G.F.EdwardsBD 1800














Meagher
18009physician
BD1800-09














Merry, James Owen
c1800-1826Physician
BD1800-26A conscious view of circumstances and proceedings respecting vaccine inoculation… bath 1800













Michel, Pierre
1812-37dentist
BD1812-37














Millman
1800physician
letters of Jane Austen














Mills, James
1770dentist
BC 4/1/1770














Mills, William
1800-1806apothecary
BD1800-05














Milsom, George?-17721767-72apothecaryMarried Fanny Hales 1767. Leased the Pelican Inn.BC 29/10/1767 and 23/1/1772. BRO, Acc.72














Moger, R.G.
1833surgeon.,apothecary
BD1833














Mogg
1822physician
BD1822














Moodie, John
1789-1820physician
BD1792-1822; Munks Roll














Moody
1819-29surgical mechanicBy 1829 in partnership with BellBD1819-29














Moore, Henryc1670-1711c.1700apothecary
Guidott














Moore, John1659-1727?1706-50?apothecary
















Morewood, George Alexanderd 18591819physicianPhysician to the Forces.BD1819. Glasgow Uni. Graduate index.














Morgan
1819apothecary
BD1819














Morgan, John F
1819-1848+surgeon
BD1809-37














Morgan, William I.
1837physician
BD1837














Morris, Danielc.1721?-84 or 85c.1742?-76apothecaryIn partnership with John Morris 1755. Gave the Abbey Church silver vessels 1784.BC 20/10/1755 and 9/6/1785; BD1773














Morris, John?-17591733-57apothecaryFirst apothecary to Bath Gen HospitalBJ 25/4/1757 and 23/4/1759; Warner, Hist p.265














Mountjoy, W.
1822surgeon, apothecary
BD1822














Moysey, Abel1716-1780?-1780physicianMD Oxford. Physician to Bath Gen Hospital1747-80 and Governor 1747. Resided at Rosewell house. Portrait printed by Gainsborough. Dr Fleecem in Warner's Bath Characters. His son, also Abel Moysey, was one of Bath's two MPs, 1774-90.BC 17/8/1780; BD1773-8














Murchison, Simon
1837surgeon, apothecary
BD1837














Murray, John Ac1760-c1820
physicianDoctor Turbot in Warner's Bath charactersMunk; BD1800-19














Muttlebury, James1785-18331822-1833physicianMD St Andrew's FRCP. Physician to Bath Gen Hospital 1822-30 and Governor 1825.Munk; BD1800-19














Newman
1806-1812physician (apothecary?)
BD1809-12














Nichol(l)s, Morganc.1740-18171773-1817surgeon, apothecary, accoucheurSurgeon to Bath Gen Hospital 1794-1817 and Governor 1795. On Bath City Council from 1784. Attended Nelson in Bath.BD 1773-1812














Nichols, John?-1752
apothecaryApothecary to the Pauper Scheme ?BJ 9/10/1752














Noble, Walter
1735apothecary
















Nooth, James
1792-1805surgeon, accoucheurThe brother of John Mervyn Nooth. In 1792 made consulting surgeon to the Bath City Infirmary.BJ 23/7/1792; BD1800-05Observations on the treatment of scirrhous tumours of the breast. Bath 1803













Norman, Georgec.1783-18611809-57surgeonSurgeon at Bath Casualty Hospital from 1816. Married daughter of John Kitson, q.v. Mayor of Bath 1834 and 1841 .BD1822-37; J.Chivers in Bath History v.12.














Norman, James?-18271783-1811surgeonSurgeon to Bath Casualty Hospital, 1788-1816. Born in Bristol. Previously surgeon to Bristol Royal Infirmary. Father of George NormanBD1792-1826; J.Chivers in Bath History vol.11














Nugent, Christopher
1753physician
An Essay on the Hydrphobia, 1753














Ogilvie, A.
1833surgeon, apothecary
BD1833














Oliver, Thomas
1826-1838surgeonMRCSClippings file in bath reference library;BD1826-37














Oliver, Thomas
1826-37physician
BD1826-37














Oliver, William I

physician

A Practical Essay on Fevers...[and] Dissertation on the Bath-Waters, 1704













Oliver, William II1695-1764c.1730-c.1761PhysicianMD Cambridge and Leyden. FRS. Founder member of Bath Gen Hospital, Physician there 1740-61 and Governor 1739. Involved in professional dispute with Charles Lucas, 1757 - see Letters of Dr Lucas and Dr Oliver Occasioned by a Physical Confederacy, 1757.
A Practical Essay on... Warm Bathing in Gouty Cases, 1751; Cases of Patients Admitted into the Infirmary at Bath, 1760













Ormond, George (or John?)
1829-41surgeon
BMA list; BD1829-37














Ormond, John
1829-37surgeon
BD1829-37














Orpen, Johnc.1699-?c.1720-33apothecary
















Page, Phillipc.1745-?c. 1766-71apothecary
BC 3/10/1771














Palmer, Robert
1800-05dentist
BD1800-05














Palmer, Thomas?-1762 or 17691747-62?surgeonSurgeon to Bath Gen Hospital 1742-62 and Governor 1749. On Bath City Council from 1746. Granted two corpses for dissection 1758.BJ 10/4/1758 and 9/10/1769














Parker, Henryc1630-1674
apothecaryFather of Dr Henry Parker















Parker, Henry1654-1736
physicianMA Oxford. Probably the Dr Parker whose lodgings are illustrated on Gilmore's map.Bath Abbey register














Parkinson, Felix
1829-37dentist
BD1829-37














Parry?-1766
apothecary
BJ 10/2 /1766 and 10/3/1766














Parry, Caleb Hillier1755-1822
physicianMD Edinburgh. FRS. Physician to Bath Gen Hospital 1799-1817 and Governor 1783. Member of the Bath & West Society and the 1st Bath Philosophical Society. Many important discoveries about animal circulation. Described angina pectoris and thyrotoxicosis associated with eye changes. Treated Edmund Burke 1797 and Coleridge 1813. Many interests, including breeding merino sheep. Lived at Summerhill mansion. Father of Charles Henry and Sir William Parry, arctic explorerBiography by Sholem GlaserMany publications incl An Inquiry into the… Syncope Anginosa…,1799; Cases of Tetanus and Rabies Contagiosa…, 1814; Elements of Pathology and Therapeutics, 1815













Parry, Charles Henry1779-18601806-1822physicianMD Edinburgh. Physician to Bath Gen Hospital 1818-22 and Governor 1817.BD1822-37














Parry, Henry
1764-1808surgeon, apothecaryOn Bath City Council from 1779. Mayor in 1802/3 and 1808/9. Married daughter of Henry Walters 1780.BD1773-1805














Pattison
1829-30physician
BD1829-30














Pearce
1769-70apothecaryPartner of James Bihop until 1769. Married 1770.BC 29/6/1769 and 4/1/1770














Peirce, Jerry1696-17681726-47surgeonSon of a London Merchant Tailor. First surgeon to Bath Gen Hospital 1740-61 and Governor 1739. FRS. His house on Lansdown, Lilliput Castle (by John Wood) was visited by the Prince of Wales in 1750. Freeman of City in 1731. Resident at 9 Gay Street in 1766 (See Rate Book for that year) and had 3 stables in John Street. Mrs Ann Peirce continued occupation of these stables until at least 1776. in 1780 these stables belonged to Mr Crane.Philosophical transactions volume xli page 56 1737; BJ 23/7/1750 and 18/12/1768














Pendrill, T. M.
1812-c1827surgeonMRCSBD1812-26














Percival, Edward
c1819physicianSon of Doctor Percival of Manchester. BD1819Practical observations on the treatment pathology and prevention of typhus fever. 1819













Perry, William
1783-1805surgeon, accoucheurSurgeon to St Jamas's Poorhouse 1784-90. On Bath City Council from 1796. Dr Foetus in Warner's Bath Characters.BH 1800; BD1784-05














Perry, William
1830-7surgeon, apothecary
BD1830-37














Phillott, Charles1746-18311768-?apothecaryOn Bath City Council from 1776. Mayor in 1797/8, 1805/6, 1814/15, and 1823/4. Married Ann, daughter of Henry Wright qv, 1768. Brother of Joseph Phillott, surgeon.BJ 15/8/1768; BD1773














Phillott, Josephc.1742-after 18331773-1833surgeonSurgeon to Bath Gen Hospital 1797?-1820 and Governor 1768? On Bath City Council from 1780. Mayor in 1805/6?BD1773-1819














Phinn, Thomas c1782-1837
surgeon, apothecaryIn partnership with George HayBMA list; BD1829-30














Plunkett Edgcumbe (Mrs)
1767-1800cancer specialist
















Podmore, Charles Henry
1830-3surgeon
BD1830-3














Poinsett, Joel
1777-84surgeon, apothecary
BD1778; BC 1/7/1779














Pooley, Charles
1830-7apothecary
BD1830-7














Powell, R.
1826-9surgeon
BD1826-9














Pownall, James
1833surgeon, apothecary
BD1833














Prew, James
1829-37dentist
BD1829-37














Priddie, Philip
1788-1791surgeon, apothecary
BD1792














Priddie/Priddey
1806-1819apothecary, druggist?same as Philip PriddieBD1819














Prince
1796-98dentistGerman dentist.BJ 31/3/1796; BC 7/12/1797, 18/10/1798














Pring, Daniel

Surgeon and physicianAn early exponent on colostomy operations. In partnership with Skinner by 1822.BD1819-37 Various papers incl An Essay on the Absorbents…, 18 13; An Exposition of the Principles of Pathology, 1823













Pritchard, Thomas Skrinec.1706-53c.1727-53apothecaryOn Bath City Council from 1733. His uncle William Skrine, qv, beqeathed him his apothecary goods - will proved 1727.BJ 14/5/1753














Pultney, Mary
1755midwifePreviously pracised at CheltenhamBA 27/12/55














Radcliffe, John1650-17141703physicianFirst promoted, then criticised, the use of the Bath waters in favour of those at Tunbridge Wells.















Rayner, Alexander1698-17501740-1750Physician MD Oxford. Physician to Bath Gen Hospital 1740-50 and Governor 1739.















Raynes
1759-89oculist, aurist
Bath newspapers 1759, 1772, 1784














Renou
1822surgeon
BD1822














Ribright
1784opticianIn partnership with B.Smith 1784.BD1784














Richmond, Henry?- 18061791- 1806physicianDied at StockportBD1792-1800














Ritchie, Willis S.
1830-7surgeon, apothecary
BD1830-37














Rob(b)ins, Charles?-17631752-63apothecaryLessee of the Joiners Arms.BJ 12/9/1763














Rob(b)ins, Samuel
1792apothecary
BJ 30/1/1792; BC 15/3/1792 ; BD1792














Roberts, Benjamin Lee
1829surgeon
BD1829














Robertson, Williamc1775-1837
physicianMD St AndrewsBD1800-33; Munk's Roll














Robinson
1800-05surgeon
BD1800-05














Robinson
1800-1809surgeon
BD 1800














Robinson, Stark
1791physician
BD1792














Roe, Thomas
1800-1826surgeon, apothecary, accoucheur
BD1800-22














Rundell, Thomas?-1799?1759-91surgeonSurgeon to Brudenell's Foot Regiment 1759. On Bath City Council from 1781.BJ 19/3/59; BD1773-92














Ruspini, Barholomew1728-18131758-79dentistItalian dentist with large reputation. Introduced a styptic remedy.BJ 24/4 and 4/9/1758, 29/10/1759, 23/12/1762; BC 19/2/ 1776, 13/4/1794













Ruspini, James Bladen 1768-?1787-98dentistSon of Bartholomew Ruspini. Surgeon-dentist to the Prince of Wales.BDs; BC 25/10/1787, 4/11/1790, 11/4/1793














Russel(l), Davidc.1731-651752-65apothecary
















Rye, William Beauchamp 1724-?1770sphysician MD Oxford Physician to the BathPauper Scheme Bath Chronicle1772; BD1773-8














Salt
1812surgeon
BD1812














Samburgh, Stewkley?
1734apothecarySubscriber to Quinton's "Treatise onWarm Bath Water"















Schomberg, Ralph
c.1761-c1777physicianLeft Bath after being accused of robbing a charity collection plate.BD1773; The Letters of Sir William Jones, 1970, i, 156-7.Mousike-Iatreia, 1774; The Theorists, 1774 Fashion:a Poem, 1778













Schoolbred, John
1829-30physician
BD1829-30














Seager, William
1717-34apothecary
















Seale, Job
1829-37surgeon, apothecary
BD1829-37














Sealey, John H.
1833-7physician, accoucheur
BD1833-7














Shaw, James?-1784
physician?
Bath Abbey register














Sherring, W
1781surgeon, apothecary, accoucheur
BC 23/8/1781














Sherwen, John
1809-1820physician
BD1809-22; Munk's RollCursory remarks on the nature and causes of marine scurvy 1782. observations on the diseased and contracted urinary bladder. 1799. Observations on the means of reducing strangulated herniae. Med & Phys J. vol 45 p19













Sherwood, John1542- 1621
PhysicianMD Cambridge, Rheims and LeydenGuidott. Bath Abbey register. Raach. R.W.Innes-Smith














Shew, George
1794-1800dentist
BD1800-19; BC 13/3/1794, 26/3/1795, 20/9/1798














Shew, Robert
1822-37dentistIn partnership with his son by 1830BD1822-37














Shipway
1769nurse
BJ 16/10/1769














Shoreland
1819-c1825GPPartnership with Wingate















Shorland
1822army surgeon
BD1822














Sigmond, Josephc.1750-?1788-1825dentist
BD1800-22; BC 18/12/1788, 21/2/1793, 17/12/1795,A Practical and Domestic Treatise on the Diseases … of the Teeth and Gums, 1825













Sigmund, C
1826physician
BD1826














Sinclair
1787physician

Medical,Metaphysical… Iniquities no.1?













Skeate, Edwin
1837surgeon, apothecary
BD1837














Skinner, George
1826-37surgeon
BD1826-37














Skrine, William1672-17251703-25apothecary Kept two lodging houses incl Hetling House. Purchased Claverton Manor in 1714. Married (1) Dr Savile's widow Honor 1697. and (2) Ann Spurstow. His son William became a Cornish M.P. Treated Lady Bristol 1721-3. Bequeathed his apothecary goods to his nephew T.S.Pritchard, qv.















Skuse, Johnc.1730-?1763-84apothecaryResident apothecary Bath Gen Hospital 1763-84.















Slater, Charles P
1833-37surgeon, apothecary
BD1833-7














Sloper, James or John
1797-1822apothecaryApothecary to Kingston Baths 1800. Married Mrs Dylke 1800. Chief Constable 1812 & 1820. Sheriff 1814 & 1822Fletcher and Harris; BD 1800-22; BJ 27/10/1800.Serious reflections for rich and poor in times of sickness. 1817. Observations and experiments on the broadleaf willow bark. Bath 1798. various papers in the Medical and Physical Journal c1801













Smith
1791physician
Bath directories














Smith-Gibbes, Sir George1771-18511804-1835PhysicianAttended Jane Austen's family. Dr Faddle in Warner's Bath Characters. Physician to Bath Gen Hospital 1804-1818. Moved to Cheltenham in 1835.DNBMany













Smith, Benjamin1753-18131777-1808optician, electric therapist
















Smith, Sydney
1822surgeon, apothecary
BD1822














Soden, John Smith1780-1863
SurgeonCelebrated for cataract operation. surgeon to the B ath United Hospital and Eye infirmary and the Penitentiary andLock hospital. Plarr's Lives














Sole, William1741-1802c.1762-1802apothecaryFLS. In partnership with Thomas West, qv, to 1795. Had a botanic garden.DNB; BJ 4/6/1787; BC 11/2/1802.Menthae Britannicae 1798. An account of the Principal English grasses. 1799.













Spender, John Cottle1801-1865
surgeonBrought up by maternal uncle (John Cottle) at Englishcombe. MRCS Father of Bath physicianJohn Kent Spender. Great grandfather of the poet Stephen Spender.BD1826-37Observations on the causes and treatment of diseases of the leg. Bath 1835













Spry, George1806-18701829-30Surgeon and physicianOn Bath City Council from 1829. Son of Joseph Hume SpryBD1833-7














Spry, James
1800-1834+surgeon, apothecaryIn partnership with Joseph Hume Spry until 1818 when partnership dissolved (ref:London Gazette).By 1826 Spry, Long & Spry.BD1812-30














Spry, Johnc.1729-81?c.1750-81?apothecary
















Spry, Joseph1743-1802?1767-1802?apothecaryOn Bath City Council from 1785. Treated Nelson 1780/81. Married Jane Saunderson in 1775 at St Luke, Chelsea. By 1800 in partnership with BowenBD1773-1805














Spry, Joseph Humec.1778-1859?
apothecary, later physicianMayor c.1830? Lived at 36 Gay St in 1819. Bought Bailbrook House in 1830. Medical director of Bailbrook House in 1832 with Henry Clark M.D.BD1819?, 1833-7A practical treatise on the Bath Waters. Bath 1822













Stack, Richard William
1784physician

Medical Cases, 1784













Staker, John1731-17841770-1784PhysicianPhysician to Bath Gen Hospital 1781-4 and Governor 1781. Member of the 1st Bath Philosophical Society. May not have been in active practice in Bath. Committed suicide.Bath Chronicle; BD1773-84














Stevens, J.N.??Physician

A Treatise on the Medicinal Qualities of the Bath Waters, 1758; An Essay on the Diseases of the Head and Neck, 1758. Practical treatise on fevers. 1760













Stewart
1809-1820physician
BD1809-12














Stirridge, Thomas?-1622
apothecary
Bath Abbey registers














Stockwell, Thomas
1822-37surgeon, apothecary
BD1822-37














Stonec.1724-?c.1757-?apothecary
















Strachan
1822medical electrician
BD1822














Street, Jamesc.1702-49?c.1723-49?apothecaryFather of William Street, qv















Street, Williamc.1727-85c.1750-85apothecaryOn Bath City Council from 1763. Mayor in 1784/5 but died in office. Proprietor of the Octagon Chapel. Owned Lyncombe Spa from 1767 and used it with his partner David Kinneir, qv, to house patients inoculated against smallpox . Partner from 1775 in the Bath & Somersetshire Bank.Trevor Fawcett, 'William Street',The Survey of Bath and District, no.23, 2008, 38-41













Sugden, William J.
1837surgeon, apothecary
BD1837














Summers, John
c1751PhysicianMD. Physician to Bath Gen Hospital 1748-52 and Governor 1749.
A short account of the success of warm bathing in paralytic disorders. 1751.













Sutherland, Alexander
1758-64physician

The Nature… of Bristol Water, 1758Attempt to Revive Antient Medical Doctrines, 1763; Attempt to Ascertain the Virtues of Bath and Bristol Waters, 1764













Symons, John?-18111768-1809surgeon, accoucheurOn Bath City Council from 1771. Mayor in 1795/6 and 1803/4. Manager of the Hot Bath from 1786. M ember of the 1st Bath Philosophical Society. In 1774 married a rich London hosier's daughter. Active in Bath building developments, e.g Camden Crescent.BD1773-1805Observations onvapour bathing and its effects. Bristol. 1766













Talma, Jean Joseph
1775-92dentist
BC 4/12/1775














Taylor
1819-26surgeon
BD1819-26














Taylor, John (Chevalier)1703-721742-63oculistEuropean celebrity as an itinerant eye-doctor, MD of Basle, Liège and Cologne, oculist to Geoge II.ODNB; Bristol and Bath newspapers 1742-43, 1748, 1761, 1763Mechanism of the Eye; Nosographia Ophthalmica, 1746; An Exact Account of 243 Diseases...,1759; History of the Travels... of the Chevalier John Taylor, 1761-2













Taylor, Richard?-18341826-1834physician
Bath reference library Hunt collection; BD1826-30














Terry, William
1819-1830Surgeon and physicianMRCS. Surgeon to Bath Gen Hospital 1821-7 and Governor 1825.BD1819-30














Thomas, Sir Noah1720-17921792physicianPhysician to the King. Retired to Bath where he diedBD1792














Thompson, Marmaduke
1837surgeon, apothecary
BD1837














Tickell, William
1773-1806apothecaryProprietor of the Aetherial Anodyne Spirit 1786. Criticised by J.M.Adair, qv. By 1805 in partnership with Morgan.BC 19/10/1786; BD1773-1805A concise account of a new chymical medicine, entitled spiritus aethereus anodynus or anodyne aetherial spirit, etc Bath 1787.













Townsend
1809-12dentist
BD1809-12














Tubb?-17591759midwife
BJ 19/2/59














Tudor, William1769-18451807-1836surgeonFRCS. Surgeon to Bath Gen Hospital 1806-36 and Governor 1806. Later Deputy Inspector of Hospitals. In 1809 Army Surgeon to Prince of Wales. Died at Kelston KnollBD1805-37














Turner,S
1806-22apothecary
BD1809-22; Munk's Roll














Tylee, John Palmer1801-1876
medical electrician and anaesthetistQualified as a chemist and druggistLondon Gazette 21/9/1883














Upham, John
1837surgeon, apothecary
BD1837














Uphill, Robert
1833-7surgeon, apothecaryBath CoronerBD1833-7














Venner, Tobias1577-1660
PhysicianLodging near Hot Bath. Also at North Petherton. MD Oxon.Raach. DNB.














Villiers
1822surgeon
BD1822














Wake, Basilc.1721-18001750-1800apothecary
BD1773-92; BC 7/10/1779 and 8/5/1800.














Waldron, George
1819-1848+surgeon
BMA list; BD1819-37














Walker, Joseph
1829apothecary
BD1829














Walker, Samuel
1800-1836surgeon apothecary, accoucheurBy 1833 in partnership with Bush?BD1800-37














Wallis, J
1819surgeon, apothecary
BD1819














Wastlyn, Thomas
1622Physician
Raach














Watkins, Edward
1800-1842surgeon, apothecary, accoucheur
BD 1800-29














Watson
1784-86dentistBC 9/12/1784, 23/2/1786















Watson, James
1837physician
BD1837














Watson, Sir William
1773-?physicianOn Bath City Council from 1777. Member of 1st and 2nd Bath Philosophical Societies and supporter of William Herschel.BD1773-84














Watson, Thomas Sandon
1834-1867physicianPhysician to Bath Gen Hospital. 1834-1867















Watts, Robert
1829surgeon
BD1829














Webb, Matthew
1724?apothecary
BD1837














Webb, Randolph
1733apothecary?On Bath City Council from 1718. Elected Town Clerk.















Webb, S.
1805-29apothecary
BD1805-29














Welch, James
1829-30surgeon
BD1829-30














West, Thomasc.1734-?c.1755-95apothecary Partner of William Sole, qv., until 1795. Married Mary Sparow 1762. Active freemason.BD1783-92; BJ 18/10/1762














Whatford
1819surgeon, dentist, aurist
BD1819














White, John
1830-3surgeon, apothecary
BD1830-3














White, Samuel
1819-1833surgeon, apothecarySurgeon to Bath City infirmary and Dispensary. Son of William White. MRCSBD1809-30














White, William 1762- 18261792-1806apothecary, surgeonApothecary, later surgeon, to Bath City Infirmary and Dispensary. MRCS.Surgeon/apothcary to St James's & Abbey . Poor House from 1804. Recommended use of Broad-leaved willow bark in place of quinine.
An Account of the Bilious Fever... , 1802; Serious Reflections for Rich and Poor in Times of Sickness, 1804; Observations... on the Broadleaf Willow Bark, 1798; An Account of the Bilious Fever…, 1802; various papers in the Medical and Physical Journal c1801; A Treatise on… Diseases of the Liver, 1808; Observations on Strictures..., 1815













Whitney
1809surgeon, apothecary
BD1809














Whitney, Thomas W
1822-37apothecary
BD1822-37














Whitter, Tristram
1830-7physician
BD1830-7














Wil(l)son, Isaac
1812-37dentist
BD1812-37














Wilkinson, Charles Hunningsc1763-1850c.1809-physician and surgeonManaged the Kingston Baths and used galvanic therapy there. Introduced gas lighting at Bath. Founded and ran the 3rd Bath Philosophical Society. Memberof the Bath & West Society.John Thornton, Annals of science, December 1967, 277-286; BD1812-37Various incl Elements of Galvanism, 1804; Analytical Researches into... the Bath Waters, 1811.













Williams, John
1819-37apothecary
BD1819-37














Williams, Joseph
1819apothecary
BD1822-37














Williams, Stephen

physician

An Experimental History of Road Water, Wiltshire, 1731













Willson
1807- 1813physician
BD1809-12














Wilton, William
1830-3surgeon, apothecary
BD1830-3














Wingate,Thomas W
c1809-1842surgeon, apothecary, accoucheurBy 1819 in partnership with Shorland.BD1809-37














Winkworth, John
1819-37dentist
BD1819-37














Wood, George L.
1837surgeon, apothecary
BD1837














Woodford(e), Williamc1670-17581747-58physicianPhysician to Bath Gen Hospital 1747-57 and Governor 1746. Prof of Medicine at Oxford.Oxford Medical Men














Woodforde
1819surgeon
BD1819














Woods, Henry
c1824-1833surgeon, apothecary?same H Woods who was Hon Sec of BRLSIBMA list; BD1822-6














Woodson, Richard?-1622
surgeon
Bath Abbey registers














Woodward, Francis?-17851770-1777PhysicianTreated Nelson in 1781.BD1773-84; BC 13/10/1785














Wooldridgec.1748-86c.1769-86apothecary
BD1773; BJ 27/2/1786














Woolmer, Edward?-17211678-1721apothecaryOn Bath City Council from 1678. Mayor in 1706/7 and 1720/1 but died in office. Lessee of the Golden Lion and the Town Common..















Wright, Edward
1837surgeon, apothecary
BD1837














Wright, Henry?-17941740-83surgeonSurgeon to Bath Gen Hospital 1742-94 and Governor 1750. Lived at 11 Trim St. On Bath City Council from 1741. Mayor in 1766/7 and 1776/7.BD1773-92














Young
1800-05surgeon
BD1800-05














Young
1800-05surgeon
BD1800-05

























































   The above is a list of medical personnel practising in Bath between 16thC and early 19thC. It was compiled by Trevor Fawcett and Roger Rolls.



BD=Bath Directories BJ=Bath Journal BC= Bath Chronicle














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