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Tooth, Howard Henry.
Adm. pens. at ST JOHN'S, Oct. 6, 1873. [Eldest] s. of Frederick [of 'St Aubyn's,' Cliftonville, Brighton] (and Rebecca Newsome). B. Apr. 22, 1856, at Brighton.
Bapt. July 15, 1858. [School, Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1877; M.A. 1881; M.B. 1882; M.D. 1886.
At St Bartholomew's Hospital; House Physician, and Assistant Demonstrator in Physiology there.
M.R.C.S. 1880; M.R.C.P. 1881; F.R.C.P. 1888.
Gulstonian Lecturer, 1888.
Practised in Harley Street.
Physician at the Portland field hospital, during the South African War, 1898-1901.
C.M.G. 1901.
Physician to St Bartholomew's Hospital and to the National Hospital for paralysed and epileptic.
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Colonel, A.M.S.; C.B.; mentioned thrice in despatches). Author, medical.
Married (1) Oct. 31, 1882, Mary Beatrice, dau. of Edward Price; (2) Mar. 12, 1907, Helen Catherine, dau. of the Rev. Charles Samuel Chilver.
Died May 13, 1925, at Hadleigh, Suffolk . Brother of the next.
( Rugby Sch. Reg.; Eagle, XLIV. 153; F. P. White; Medical Directories; The Times, May 15, 1925.)
Howard Henry TOOTH
Approx. lifespan: 1856–1925
pens. St John's College adm1873:10:06
Eldest s. of Frederick TOOTH of 'St Aubyn's,' Cliftonville Brighton, [ Sussex ] (and Rebecca Newsome)
b. Brighton, [ Sussex ] 1856:04:22
c. 1858:07:15
Sch: Rugby School Rugby, [ Warwickshire ]
Matric 1873:10MT:
BA 1877
MA 1881
MB 1882
MD 1886
At: St Bartholomew's Hospital [ London ]
House Physician: and
Assistant Demonstrator in Physiology: there.
MRCS 1880
MRCP 1881
FRCP 1888
Gulstonian Lecturer: 1888 . Practised in: : Harley Street, [ London ]
Physician at: : Portland field hospital [XXX] during the South African War South African, [ South Africa ] 1898-1901
CMG 1901
Physician to: : St Bartholomew's Hospital [ London ]
and to the National Hospital<mea>for</mea> paralysed and epileptic [ London ]
served in the Great War: 1914-19
Colonel: A.M.S.; C.B.; mentioned thrice in despatches)
Publ.: medical.
m. (1) 1882:10:31 Mary Beatrice PRICE dau. of Edward PRICE
m. (2) 1907:03:12 Helen Catherine CHILVER dau. of Rev. Charles Samuel CHILVER
d. Hadleigh, Suffolk 1925:05:13
brother of Percy Ernest TOOTH (1882)
( Rugby School Reg.; Eagle XLIV. 153; F. P. White; Medical Directories; The Times 1925:05:15)
[add:]Photograph: CAS: E.78[:add]