• Reference
      GB 133 MMC/2/WilsonA
  • Physical Description
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Administrative / Biographical History

Wilson was the son of a Manchester GP, also named Alexander Wilson (see above). He studied medicine at Owens College Manchester and qualified MRCS in 1883. He was appointed a chloroformist at MRI in 1886, and was the Infirmary's first anaesthetist. He was on the honorary staff of the MRI from 1906-20. Wilson also worked at the St. Luke's Hospital in Manchester. From 1917 he was in charge of the Infirmary's V.D. department. He was a senior figure in the 2nd Western General Hospital and was its officer commanding for one year. He was appointed Deputy Lieutenant of Lancashire for these services.

Related Material

See also MMC/1/WilsonA .