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|WINSLOW (post FORBES-WINSLOW), LYTTLETON STEWART.|
Adm. pens. (age 18) at CAIUS, May 2, 1862. [2nd] s. of Forbes [Benignus], M.D., F.R.C.P. [B. Jan. 31, 1844, in London .] School, Rugby.
Matric. Michs. 1862.
Migrated to Downing, Jan. 27, 1864; LL.B. 1866; M.B. and LL.M. 1871; LL.D. 1900.
Incorp. at Trinity College, Oxford, 1866; D.C.L. (Oxford) 1873.
At Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, and St George's Hospital.
L.S.A. 1869; M.R.C.P. 1871.
Physician, N. London Hospital for Consumption.
A Specialist in insanity; proprietor of Sussex and Brandenburgh House asylums at Hammersmith.
Lecturer on Mental Disorders at Charing Cross Hospital.
Founder, Consulting Physician, and Medical Director of the British Hospital for mental disorders, London . Retained as an expert in many famous murder cases.
Author, Manual of Lunacy; Aids to Psychological Medicine; Insanity of Passion and Crime, etc.
Editor of the Journal of Psychological Medicine and Mental Pathology . Married (1) Florence Jessie, dau. of James Mishell Winn, M.D., of Harley Street, London ; (2) Margaret, dau. of Thomas Gilchrist.
Died June 8, 1913, in London .
( Record of Old Westminsters ( sub his son); Who's Who; Venn, II. 358; Al. Oxfordshire .; Medical Directories; The Times, June 9, 1913.)
|Lyttleton Stewart WINSLOW |
post Lyttleton Stewart FORBES-WINSLOW
Approx. lifespan: 18441913
pens. aged 18 Gonville & Caius College adm1862:05:02
2nd s. of Forbes WINSLOW
post Forbes FORBES-WINSLOW [Benignus], MD FRCP [
b. 1844:01:31 in London ,
Sch: Rugby School Rugby, [Warwickshire],
Mig. to Downing College 1864:01:27
MB and LL.M. 1871
Incorp. at Trinity College [Oxford] 1866
At: Addenbrooke's Hospital CB, [Cambridgeshire], and St George's Hospital [London],
Physician: N. London Hospital for Consumption [London],
Specialist in: : insanity; proprietor of Sussex and Brandenburgh House asylums Hammersmith, [London],
Lecturer on Mental Disorders at Charing Cross Hospital Charing Cross, [London],
Founder Consulting Physician: and
Medical Director of: : British Hospital<mea>for</mea> mental disorders, London ,
Retained as an expert in many famous murder cases.
Publ.: Manual of Lunacy; Aids to Psychological Medicine; Insanity of Passion and Crime etc.
Editor of: : Journal of Psychological Medicine and Mental Pathology
m. (1) Florence Jessie WINN dau. of James Mishell WINN MD of Harley Street, London ,
m. (2) Margaret GILCHRIST dau. of Thomas GILCHRIST
d. 1913:06:08 in London ,
( Record of Old Westminsters ( sub his son); Who's Who; Venn II. 358; Al. Oxon.; Medical Directories; The Times 1913:06:09)
[add:]He took his LL.M. in 1870 not in 1871[:add]
[add:](P.J. Barnwell: C.C.U.J. of 1870:10:29)[:add]