Appleby.—Frederick Henry Appleby, J.P., Barnbygate House, Newark; son of the late Frederick Appleby; born at East Retford, 1843; educated at the Grammar School, East Retford, and University College, London; M.R C.S.E. and L.S.A. 1864. Surgeon to the Newark Hospital; lecturer and Examiner St. John Ambulance Association; Hon. Associate of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem; P.P.G.J.W. Nottinghamshire; Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Newark and District Steam Laundry Company; J.P. for the Borough of Newark 1899; Mayor 1899-1900; one of the medical officers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion Sherwood Foresters, and senior medical officer of the North Midland Volunteer Infantry Brigade, with rank of Brigade Surgeon Lieutenant-Colonel. Married, in 1872, Elizabeth, daughter of the late Robert Bishop, of Newark; a collector of antiquities, of which he has a fine collection; engravings, etc.
Brookhouse.—Joseph Orpe Brookhouse, M.D., 1, East Circus Street, Nottingham; son of John and Hannah Brookhouse; born at Brighton in 1835, being descended from a Staffordshire family on his father's side, and from the Halfords of Leicestershire on his mother's. Founder of and Surgeon to the Nottingham Eye Infirmary, which was established in 1859. M.D., M.R.C.P., and F.R.C.S.Eng.; relinquished surgical work in 1873, and succeeded to the practice of the late Dr. (afterwards Sir) William Tindall Robertson, M.P. for Brighton; married, in 1863, Harriot Emily, daughter of the late Captain Charles Scott, 27th Bengal N.I., and the surviving children are Francis Helen, Emily Hannah Halford (married, in 1894, to Dr. Thomas Graham Scott, of Denmark Hill), and a son, Charles Scott Brookhouse, L.D.S., of Guildford, Surrey. Has been for many years a member of the Primrose Club, St. James's.
Buckley.—James Charles Buckley, M.D., 11, Goldsmith Street, Nottingham. Son of Joseph Mills Buckley, merchant, Manchester. Born in Manchester, 1870; educated at the Leys School, Cambridge, Owens College, and Manchester Royal Infirmary; M.B., Ch.B., June, 1892; M.D., 1894, Victoria University; prize in clinical medicine, Manchester Royal Infirmary; formerly House Physician at Manchester Royal Infirmary and Hospital for Consumption, Brompton; late Resident Medical Officer, Dyffryn Branch of the Cheadle Royal Asylum; late Senior House Surgeon, West London Hospital, Hammersmith, and House Surgeon of Manchester Southern Hospital for Women and Children and the Manchester Maternity Hospital; late Senior House Physician and Senior Resident Medical Officer to the General Hospital, Nottingham; Medical Referee to the Law Union and Crown Assurance Company; author of "Laryngeal Tuberculosis " (thesis).
Campbell.—Archibald Campbell, M.B., C.M., Dunmore House, Radcliffe-on-Trent; son of Dr. Hugh Campbell, of Tarbert, Loch Fyne, N.B.; born at Tarbert, 1852; educated at Glasgow University; took degrees M.B., CM. After assisting his father for some time, came to Radcliffe-on-Trent twenty-five years ago; District Inspector of Factories, and Surgeon to the Ratcliffe District of the Bingham Union. Married, in 1892, Georgina, eldest daughter of George Beaumont, of East Bridgford, and has issue one son and two daughters; fond of outdoor sports.
Coulby.—George Arthur Coulby, 251, Woodborough Road, Nottingham; son of the late Richard Coulby, lace manufacturer, of Nottingham; born at Crampton House, Sherwood, Notts, 1866; educated at Charterhouse, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1884-87, and St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London, 1887-92; B.A., 1887; M.B., B.C., 1892, Cambridge University; late Classical Scholar of Charterhouse. Member of the Nottingham Medico-Chirurgical Society; author of "Phthisis in Young Children," and "Lead Poisoning." Married, in 1897, Laura Louisa, only daughter of Henry Rofe, C.E., of Westminster. Winner of Charterhouse Challenge Cup at cricket, 1883-84-85; specially mentioned by Lilly white when playing for Charterhouse School v. Westminster in 1884, and in 1885 headed the Charterhouse averages with the record score of 144 not out; played football for Charterhouse, 1883, Cambridge University, 1884, and London, 1886-87-88; Captain of St. Bartholomew's cricket and football clubs, 1888-90; member of Notts County Football Team, 1883-87; played cricket for Notts County Colts v. Yorkshire Colts, 1885-86.
Crawford.—William Thomas Crawford, M.A., M.D., 39, Bridge Street, Worksop; son of Professor T. J. Crawford, D.D., University of Edinburgh; born at Edinburgh, September, 1862; educated at Edinburgh University; M.A.; M.D.; B.Sc.; F.R.C.S.E. Hon. Surgeon to Victoria Hospital, Worksop; Surgeon-Lieutenant 4th Notts Volunteer Battalion Sherwood Foresters. Married the elder daughter of Colonel McHardy, C.B., Chairman of the Prison Commission for Scotland.
Dabell.—Thomas James Dabell, 92, Mansfield Road, and Alfred Street South, Nottingham; son of Thomas Dabell; born in Arnold, Notts, May 1st, 1864; educated at Trent College, Nottingham General Hospital, 1881-83, and St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London, 1883-87: M.R.C.S.Eng. Formerly assistant to Dr. R. G. Buckby, of Bulwell; purchased practice in 1888 from the late Dr. Irvine; in October, 1899, owing to growth of practice and in order to be able to attend to civic duties, took into partnership Dr. H. M. Brown, of Alfred Street South; Examiner to Legal and General Insurance Company, and surgeon to several Lodges of the Nottingham and the Manchester Orders of Oddfellows, in 1884. As student, took Treasurer's Prize in Anatomy at St. Bartholomew's, and was Senior Prosector in 1885; was member of Abernethian Society and Sports Club, and took active part in football, being captain of the second team, and also played in first team matches. Married, in March, 1888, Annie Violet, daughter of W. Jenkins (of P. and O. service), of London; member of Constitutional Club, Nottingham; was for some time Churchwarden at St. Luke's; since November, 1894, has represented Robin Hood Ward on the City Council, returned unopposed in 1897, and in November, 1900, was again successful by a majority of some 400; is Vice-Chairman of the Public Baths Committee; member of the Water, Public Health, and Parliamentary Committees; for three years previous to becoming a member of Council was member of Board of Guardians, being returned for the Old St. Anne's District by majority of about 600.
Dixon.—Francis Dixon, Church Street, Eastwood, Notts; son of William Dixon, of Derbyshire; born at Portsmouth, 1855; educated at Edinburgh University; L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. Commenced practice in Eastwood, 1878, and holds several medical appointments in the county; has taken an active interest in athletics and sports of all kinds, and is well known in the county in connection with shooting, fishing, cricket, golf, etc.; a member of the Notts County Cricket Committee and has played for Derbyshire.
Elder.—George Elder, M.D., 17, Regent Street, Nottingham, and Redhill Lodge, Notts; eldest son of the late David Elder, merchant, Glasgow; born at Drogheda, Ireland, March 25th, 1847; educated at the High School and the University of Glasgow. M..D., C.M., of Glasgow University, 1868; Consulting Surgeon and late Senior Surgeon to the Samaritan Hospital for Women and Hospital for Women; Hon. President of the International Congress of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Brussels, 1892; Fellow of the British Gynaecological Society and Vice-President, 1897-99; member of the Pathological Society, London. Dr. Elder is the author of "Lectures on Public Health," and of numerous medical papers to professional journals.
Elliot.—George Stokoe Elliot, M.D., Old Rectory, Southwell, Notts; son of the Rev. George Elliot, late Rector of Benniworth, Lincolnshire; born March 19th, 1837, at Langrigg, in the parish of Great Musgrave, Westmorland; educated at Christ's Hospital, London, 1844-50; with his father at Southwell School, and at King's College, London, 1855-59; M.D., St. Andrew's, 1862; L.S.A.Lond., 1863; L.F.P. & S., Glasgow, 1873; F.R.C.S.Edin., 1879. After qualifying in 1863, served one year as surgeon on Green's ships; established practice at Southwell, 1864; Medical Officer, Southwell Union Workhouse, and Vaccination Officer, 1873. Married, January 20th, 1866, Elizabeth Dorothy Bradley, widow of W. Orton, Bradley, of Sunderland; had issue Gilbert, born November, 1866, local agent to R. M. Knowles, J.P., of Colston Basset Hall, Notts; Mabel Mary, born February, 1868, married Robert Newman, of the Queen's Hall, London, died October, 1899; Susan, born January, 1870; George, born January, 1871, lost at sea, March, 1889; Thomas Stokoe, born September, 1872, and William Guthrie, born July, 1874. The family originally came from Kelso, N.B., and belong to the Elliots of Stob's Castle, Roxburghshire.
Gray.—John Power Gray, 18, Park Row, Nottingham; son of the late Rev. William Gray, M.A., C.M.S.; born in Madras, India, 1863; educated at King's College and King's College Hospital, London; M.R.C.S.Eng., 1884; F.R.C.S.Eng., 1889. House Surgeon, Moorfields Eye Hospital. 1885-86; House Surgeon, Halifax Infirmary, 1886-88; for five years, 1889-94, House Surgeon at Nottingham General Hospital; Surgeon, Nottingham Nose, Throat and Ear Hospital since 1895; contributed a paper on "Purulent Discharge from the Ear, followed by Suppurative Meningitis" to the Lancet in 1887. Married, January, 1901, Zoe, eldest daughter of Dr. H. Owen Taylor, of Nottingham. Club: Hermits, Nottingham.
Giddings.—Robert Ritchie Giddings, Hillsborough House, 206, Mansfield Road, Nottingham; only surviving son of the late Jacob Giddings, of Abercorn, Midlothian; born in London in i860; educated at the Royal High School, Edinburgh, and at Edinburgh University under Sir William Turner, Sir Thomas Grainger Stewart, and Mr. John Duncan; graduated M.B., CM., 1883, and M.R.C.S.Eng., 1883. Came to Nottingham in January, 1884, as Resident Surgeon to the Nottingham General Dispensary; member of the British Medical Association, Nottingham Medico-Chirurgical Society, Nottinghamshire Thoroton Society, and the National Association for the Prevention of Consumption; Hon. Consulting Surgeon to the Nottingham General Dispensary; Hon. General Secretary and Hon. Treasurer to the Association of British Postal Medical Officers, which he founded in 1893; Medical Officer to the Nottingham Post Office, and Postal District; District Medical Examiner to the Civil Service Commission, and to the Education Department, and for Government Post Office Insurance; Medical Referee to the Caledonian Insurance Company, the Norwich Union Life Insurance Company, and the Civil Service Widow and Orphans' Annuity Society; author of "The Average Sanitary Condition of the Post Offices of the Country," "The Health of Employes of the Post Office," reports to Lord Tweedmouth's Commission, "The Examination of Candidates for the Postal Service," "The Prevalence of Tubercle Amongst Employes of the Post Office," reports to the Association of British Postal Medical Officers, "Medicine of the Hippocratic Era," "Locomotor Ataxia," "Treatment of Empyaema by Operation," "Metamorphoses of the Lepidoptera," etc.; was a delegate from the Association of British Postal Medical Officers to the British Congress on Tuberculosis, 1901; was instrumental in the formation of the Nottinghamshire Branch of the National Association for the Prevention of Consumption. Married "Luy," daughter of W. Bradbury Robinson, of Field House, Brampton, Derbyshire. Three years President of the Mapperley Ward Conservative Association; member of the Nottingham Borough Club.
Hallowes.—William Bourne Hallowes, 3, Magnus Street, Newark, Notts; son of Keith C. H. Hallowes, solicitor, of Dublin; born at Ashgrove House, Monkstown, co. Dublin, August 9th, 1850; educated at Kingstown School (Rev. William Stacpool, D.D.), and Trinity College, Dublin; L.R.C.P.I., and L.M., 1876; L.R.C.S.I., 1876. As a student, attended the House of Industry Hospitals, Dublin, Richmond (Surgical), Whitworth (Medical), and Hardwick (Fever); Coomb Hospital (Midwifery); Surgeon to the Newark Hospital and Dispensary; Medical Officer to the Post Office; Certifying Factory Surgeon, Newark and District; Medical Officer under Elementary School Teachers' Superannuation Act, 1898; Medical Officer, Ancient Order of Foresters, Newark and Balderton; contributed "Triplets and Twins in Consecutive Pregnancies," Lancet, 1886. Married, 1879, Louisa, daughter of the late Francis Berry, J.P., of Eglish, King's co., Ireland, and has issue one daughter.
Hogarth.—Robert George Hogarth, F.R.C.S.Eng., L.R.C.P.Lond., 60, Ropewalk, Nottingham; son of the late George Hogarth, of Eccles Tofts, Berwickshire; born at Eccles Tofts, May 15th, 1868; educated at Kelso High School, and Felsted School, Essex, 1880-86; Cricket Eleven, 1885-86, Captain Football Eleven, 1884-86, Captain of Sports; medical education at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London, 1886-91. M.R.C.S.Eng. and L.R.C.P.Lond., 1891; F.R.C.S.Eng., 1894; member of St. Bartholomew's Hospital Cricket and Football Elevens; Captain of St. Bartholomew's Hospital, and United Hospitals Football Elevens, also played for Casuals, Crusaders, London Caledonians, Wolverhampton Wanderers, London and Middlesex County; represented United Hospitals in athletics against Edinburgh, Oxford, and Cambridge Universities; won Amateur Championship Long Jump of England at Championship Sports, at Birmingham, 1890. Former medical appointments: House Surgeon, St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London; Assistant House Surgeon and House Physician, Wolverhampton and South Staffordshire General Hospital; House Physician, General Hospital, Nottingham; Senior Resident Medical Officer and House Surgeon, General Hospital, Nottingham; Senior Clinical Assistant in charge of Throat Department, St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London. Present medical appointments: Surgeon to the Children's Hospital, Nottingham; Surgeon to the Samaritan Hospital for Women, Nottingham; Senior Assistant Surgeon, General Hospital, Nottingham; Medical Officer to Notts Forest Football Club and Notts County Football Club; member of the British Medical Association, Abernethian Society, and Nottingham Medical Society; author of papers on "Treatment of Cut Throat," British Medical Journal, 1897; "Two Cases of Severe Subcutaneous Injury to the Peroneal Nerve Treated by Operation," British Medical Journal, 1899, and various other papers. Married, in 1897, Mabel, youngest daughter of the late Dr. Ewes Lynam, The Park, Nottingham. Clubs: Hermit, Nottingham; Sports Club, St. James's Square, London, W.
Hunnard.—Arthur Hunnard, Nottingham Road, Mansfield; born at Petersfield, Hants, in 1871; educated at Aldenham School, Hertfordshire, and University College Hospital, London ; M.B., B.S.Lond. ; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.Eng. Partner in the firm of Messrs. Sparke, Martyn and Hunnard, surgeons, of Mansfield ; Surgeon to Mansfield and Mansfield Woodhouse District Hospital; Deputy Medical Officer to Mansfield Union ; formerly House Physician to Medical and Children's Wards ; and Obstetric House Surgeon, University College Hospital, London. Married, in 1901, Cicely, daughter of Charles Marshall Poole, Bryn Eglwys, Carnarvonshire.
Hunter.—Walter Hunter, M.D., Bridgeway House, Arkwright Street, Nottingham; son of the late James Hunter, of Broombank, Newton - Mearns, Renfrewshire, N.B.; born at Mearns, Renfrewshire, December 30th, 1849; of a family of ten he is the youngest of eight still alive; educated at Mearns Parish School, Anderson's College, Glasgow, and Glasgow University; graduated M.B., C.M. (with commendation), 1874, and M.D., 1893. Sailed as a ship surgeon in the Allan Line of steamers to Canada during the summer of 1874; afterwards appointed Assistant Surgeon to the Barony Hospital and Asylum, Glasgow; began practice in Nottingham in 1880; Surgeon to the Nottingham branch of the Midland Railway; Examiner for the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, and other offices; Medical Officer of Health to the West Bridgford Urban District Council; ex-President, Nottingham Medico-Chirurgical Society; has contributed papers to the Medical Journals; has been a member (Conservative) of the Nottingham City Council twelve years; Chairman of the firm of Henry Barker, Ltd. Married Annie Pollock, youngest daughter of the late William Blackwood, of Glasgow, and niece of the late Dr. John Pollock, J.P., of Springbank, who practised at Newton-Mearns fifty-four years; has one daughter and three sons. Club: Notts Constitutional.
Kemp.—George Lajus Kemp, 12, Potter Street, Worksop; son of the late George Thomas Robert Kemp, M.D., President of H.M. Legislative Council, Bahama Islands; born at Nassau, N.P., Bahamas, April 19th, 1864; educated at Nassau Collegiate Institute and Guy's Hospital, 1883-89; M.R.C.S.Eng.; L.R.C.P.Lond., 1888; M.B. London University, 1894; M.D. London University, 1894. Purchased practice of Dr. O'Connor in 1889; Medical Officer, Great Central Railway; Medical Referee of Shireoaks Colliery Company; Medical Officer, Worksop College (St. Cuthbert's). Married firstly, 1889, Matilda Caroline, daughter of A. Wheeler, Sunnymeade House, Oxford, who died 1891; secondly, also Beatrice May, daughter of the late Thomas Gouldesbrough, of Highfield, Worksop.
Knight.—John Tomlinson Knight, Ivy Lodge, Carlton-in-the-Willows; son of the late William Knight, of Nottingham, who was an Alderman of the city; born in Regent Street, Nottingham; educated at Lincoln, and Guy's Hospital, London; M.R.C.S.Eng., and L.S.A. Passed his final in 1875, and commenced to practise in Carlton in 1880; holds the appointment of Medical Officer of Health for the district in which he practises; Surgeon under the Factory Acts; has been a contributor to the British Medical Journal on "Prolonged Incubation Period of Typhoid Fever"; a supporter of healthy sports generally; has been President and Vice-President of several cricket clubs. Married, Anna Maria, daughter of Benjamin Hunt, of Suffolk.
Matterson.—Robert Timothy Matterson, 23, Castlegate, Newark; youngest son of the late Edward Matterson, medical practitioner, of Leeds, and Elizabeth, daughter of George Hardwick, of the Manor House, Stamford Bridge, Yorks; born in Leeds, 1830; educated at Leeds Grammar School, and and Thorp Arch College, at Leeds School of Medicine, and at St. Bartholomew's, London; M.R.C.S.Eng.; L.R.C.P.Edin., 1857. Member of a very ancient yeoman family, having patrimonial estate at Lower Dunsforth, Yorks, for upwards of five centuries; until recently there has never been a break in the line, males having continued to hold it, the estate passing in regular succession from father to son. House Physician, Leeds Infirmary, 1858, and Resident Obstetric Officer, 1859; Hon. Surgeon to Newark Hospital and Dispensary, 1864-94; Medical Officer Newark District, Newark Union and Infirmary, 1861-1901; contributor of various articles on Political, Literary, and Astronomical subjects to contemporary reviews, etc. Married, in 1860, Elvina Sabina Nicholson, of St. Heliers, Jersey.