Bone, John Wardle

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Medals 1886-1891

Administrative / Biographical History

John Wardle Bone was born c1869. He graduated MB.CM from Edinburgh University in 1891, and BSc (Public Health) in 1895. He began his practice in Luton in 1896 and stayed there for the duration of his professional life. During this time he served on the Boards of the British Medical Association and the General Medical Council. He died in 1949 at the age of 80.

Arrangement

Chronological within record class

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Acquisition Information

B. Bone, via Faculty of Medicine Office, University of Edinburgh, October 1989

Note

Compiled by Mike Barfoot and Jenny McDermott using existing handlists

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Custodial History

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