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Mackenzie.—John Munro Mackenzie, Ellenslea, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Notts; son of Henry Mackenzie, of Assynt; born at Assynt, Sutherlandshire, N.B., October, 1858; educated at Glasgow University, St. Mungo's College, and Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh; L.R.C.P. and L.R.C.S.Edin., L.F.P.G. Glasgow; Fellow of the Royal Institute of Public Health; member of the Nottingham Medical Society; Governor of the Royal Scottish Hospital, London. After the usual course of house surgeonship and travelling, settled in practice, first, at Intake, Sheffield; on leaving, in 1891, for Kirkby-in-Ashfield, was presented by the inhabitants with an illuminated address, a microscope and surgical case; Medical Officer of Health and District Medical Officer for Kirkby-in-Ashfield; Surgeon to the Butterley Company, Ltd., and Bentinck Colliery; Lecturer to St. John Ambulance Association; Medical representative to many insurance companies; occasional contributor on professional subjects to the medical magazines, and author of "Health Reports of Kirkby District"; member of Kirkby School Board; member of the Ashfield Lodge of Freemasons. Married, in 1895, Helen, daughter of John Sutherland, of Airth, Stirlingshire, N.B.

Montague.Arthur John Helm Montague, M.D., 35, Potter Street, Worksop, Notts; son of the late Rev. John Montague, M.A., F.G.S., vicar of Wimbish, Essex; born at Warwick, May nth, 1861; educated at St. Thomas' Hospital, London, and the University of Durham; M.D., M.B. Dunlem, L.R.C.P.Lond., M.R C.S.Eng. Late House Physician, St. Thomas' Hospital; late Senior House Surgeon, East Suffolk Hospital, Ipswich; Hon. Surgeon to the Victoria Hospital, Worksop; Hon. Surgeon and Superintendent, Worksop Division, St. John Ambulance Brigade. Married Eunice Mary, eldest daughter of John Mapson, of Great Grimsby.

Noble. — Joseph William Noble, 26, Burns Street, Nottingham; son of John Noble, of Woodhall, Herts, and grandson of Rev. John Noble, Rector of Nether Broughton, Leicestershire; Born November, 1867, at Blackheath; educated at Haileybury College, 1881-85, and Caius College, Cambridge, 1885-91; took B.A., 1889 (Natural Science Tripos); on leaving Cambridge studied for three years at St. George's Hospital, London, S.W.; took the degrees of M.B. & B.C.Cantab, in 1894, at the same time passing as M.R.C.S.Eng.; L.R.C.P.Lond.; while at Cambridge rowed bow in the Cambridge University boat, 1891, which lost by a short half length, after one of the closest races over the Putney to Mortlake course; Lieutenant, Cambridge University Volunteers 1887-89; Captain, 1889-91; in 1895 acted as Assistant Medical Officer to the Leicestershire County Asylum; in 1896 travelled to the Cape, Tasmania, New Zealand, New South Wales, Fiji Islands, Sandwich Islands, Vancouver, and across C.P.R. to Quebec, visiting all the principal Canadian towns; in 1897 succeeded Dr. Appleby Stephenson at Nottingham.

Palmer.Charles J. Palmer, Auckland House, Mansfield Woodhouse, Notts; son of James Palmer, of Gloucester; born at Cork, Ireland, April 2nd, 1869; educated at King Edward's High School, Birmingham, University College, Liverpool, and Mason College, Birmingham; L.S.A.Lond. Hon. Visiting Surgeon, Mansfield and Mansfield Woodhouse District Hospitals; member Mansfield Woodhouse Urban District Council; member Mansfield Woodhouse School Board.

Rainsbury.William Cornelius Rainsbury, M.D., Kilcrenagh, Skegby, Notts; son of Joseph Rainsbury, of Cork, Ireland; born at Queenstown, co. Cork, in 1867; educated at the Albert Memorial College, Framlingham, Suffolk, and at Queenstown College, and Queen's College, Cork; M.D., CM., Queen's University, Kingston, Canada; L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., Edinburgh; L.F.P.S., Glasgow. Member of the British Medical Association, and Medical Defence Union; late Medical Officer to Workmen employed at the Teversal Collieries of the Stanton Ironworks Company; People's churchwarden of Skegby Parish, and Manager Skegby Church School; Vice-Chairman Skegby Entertainments Committee. Married Kate, second daughter of Thomas James Prendergast, of Cork.

Ringrose.Ernest Ringrose, 25, Lombard Street, Newark, Nottinghamshire; only son of the late Basil Ringrose, surgeon, Wood Green, Middlesex (second son of John Ringrose, surgeon, Potter's Bar, Middlesex), and Lucy Jane, daughter of George Brutton Willing, surgeon, Cressage, Shropshire; born January 13th, 1869, at Wood Green, Middlesex; educated at the Merchant Taylors' School, London, 1881-S6; University College, London, 1886-90; and University College Hospital, 1888-90; L.R.C.P.Lond., M.R.C.S. Eng., 1890; marks qualifying for the Fellowes silver medal for clinical medicine; late Clinical Assistant, Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormonde Street, 1890; late Assistant House Surgeon, Salop Infirmary, 1890-91; late House Surgeon, Newark Hospital, 1891-94; Lecturer on Hygiene at the Science and Art School, Newark; member of Nottingham Medico-Chirurgical Society; member of the British Medical Association; purchased the practice of J. G. O'Neill, surgeon, Newark, January, 1895. Married, January 16th, 1899, Mary Ann, daughter of the late William Lait, Hillfield, Compton Verney, Warwickshire, architect, and County Surveyor for Warwickshire. 

Roberts.James Black Roberts, St. David's, Lenton Sands, Nottingham; son of R. J. Roberts, a member of an old North Wales family, one of his ancestors being Bishop Morgan, who translated the Bible into Welsh; born at Earlestown, Lancashire; educated at Middlesbrough, Yorks, and at the University College of Wales at Aberystwith, taking the arts course prior to studying medicine at Edinburgh; M.B. and C.M.Edin., 1883. Married in 1883, the only daughter of the late Captain Jones, of Aberystwith; took up practice in Nottingham in 1884; member of the Medico Chirurgical Society and Natural History Society, Nottingham; Medical Officer for the 4th District of the city; Medical Examiner to Nottingham School Board; entered the City Council for the Wollaton Ward, and has retained his seat ever since; served as Sheriff of the City, 1899-1900; has been an active member of the Public Health Committee, and also of the University College and Free Libraries Committees; was Vice-Chairman, and is now Chairman of the Public Baths Committee, and has been largely instrumental in bringing the Public Baths again under municipal control, the Committee having rebuilt the Victoria Baths at Sneinton, improved the Radford and Trent Free Open-air Swimming Baths (the latter one of the finest in the country), besides securing sites for baths at Bulwell, Lenton, and Basford; Surgeon Lieutenant, Robin Hood Rifles, since June, 1900; had previously served in the Queen's Edinburgh Rifle Volunteers.

Robinson.G. Antoine Robinson, Southfield, Wollaton Street, Nottingham; son of G. P. A. Robinson, of Penzance; grandson of Commander Robinson, R.N.; great-grandson of Captain Corin, R.N.; born December 11th, 1869, at Penzance, Cornwall; educated at Teague's School, Dublin University (Trinity College), Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, and King's College Hospital, London; Carmichael medals medicine, surgery, and obstetrics, and Haughton medallist in clinical medicine, Dublin University; M.R.C.S.Eng., and L.D.S.; L.R.C.P.Lond.; M.B. and B.S., London University. Late Anaesthetist, House Surgeon, and Senior Resident Medical Officer, Steeven's Hospital, Dublin, and Resident Clinical Assistant, Rotunda Hospital for Women, Dublin; Resident Surgeon, Notts General Dispensary, 1897-1900; elected Lecturer on materia medica in University College, Nottingham, 1901; Surgeon to the Samaritan Hospital, Nottingham. Won the Coulson prize, rifle shooting, while cadet in 1st Volunteer Battalion D.C.L.I.; held swimming and boxing championships of his school; as a rugby footballer played for Cornwall County in 1889-90, gaining his cap as a forward on the Welsh tour; later played for Dublin University Hospital in the team which won the United Hospitals Cup for four successive years; also played for Lansdowne Football Club and the United Hospitals; stroked the Civic Cup pair in 1894; was defeated in the Subscriber's Cup Race (fours) by two feet, but subsequently in the same crew reversed this verdict, winning the Ladies' Challenge Vase; elected an honorary member of the Notts Rowing Club for his services in coaching the crew stroked by Dr. Noble in 1897; in 1898 occupied No. 3 thwart behind the famous Cantab, in the Notts Senior Four, which included the Kings, and only missed winning the Victoria Gold Vase by a canvas, having been badly steered.

Rothera.Frank Rothera, M.D., Old Manor House, Beeston; son of George Bell Rothera, solicitor, of Nottingham; born in Nottingham, February 19th, 1861; educated at Rugby, Edinburgh, London, Berlin, and Leipsic; M.B., and M.R.C.S., England, 1883; M.D., 1887. Commenced to practise at Beeston in 1886, and has been Medical Officer of Health for Beeston since 1894; fond of amateur gardening and poultry farming. Married, in 1887, Ada Mary, fourth daughter of Caleb David Watson, of Birkenhead, and has issue one son and one daughter.

Smith.William Robert Smith, M.D., F.R.C.S., "Netherleigh," Beeston; son of Henry Smith, of Barton Hall, Norfolk; born at Honingham, Norfolk, in 1869; educated at Norwich, and King's College, London; M.R.C.S.Lond., 1892; M.B.Lond., 1892; B.S. (honours), 1894; M.D.Lond., 1895; F.R.C.S.Eng., 1896. Formerly House Surgeon, House Physician, Medical Registrar, and Medical Tutor at King's College Hospital, London; House Surgeon at St. Peter's Hospital, London; Resident Medical Officer at the Public Dispensary, Stanhope Street, London, and for two years Resident Senior Surgical Officer at the General Hospital, Nottingham; commenced to practise at Beeston, 1898. Married, 1899, Ethel, daughter of W. B. Thorpe, of Lenton House, Notts.

Sutherland.—John Sutherland, M.B., CM., Victoria Road, Netherfield, Notts; son of John Sutherland, of Waterslap, Stirlingshire, N.B.; born at Waterslap in 1859; educated at Edinburgh. Qualified M.B., C.M., 1891, and became a B.Sc. the following year; removed to Netherfield in 1894; is Surgeon to the Great Northern Railway. Married, in 1899, Maggie, second daughter of Gray, of Grahamston, Barrhead, Renfrewshire, N.B.

Taylor.Charles Bell Taylor, M.D., Beechwood Hall, Mafferley Park, Notts, and 9, Park Row, Nottingham; son of the late Charles Taylor; born in Nottingham; educated at the Collegiate School, Southwell; Senior Gold and Silver Medallist, College of Surgeons, and Prizeman, University of Edinburgh; student at Edinburgh, London, Paris and Berlin. Ophthalmic surgeon; F.R.C.S., and M.D.Edin.; Fellow of the Medical Society, London; late President of the Parisian Medical Society; Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon, Nottingham Union Hospital, and to the Midland Institution for the Blind; Hon. Surgeon to the Nottingham and Midland Eye Infirmary; author of clinical lectures on diseases of the eye and various papers in medical journals.

Taylor.—C. Vernon Taylor, M.D., North Circus Street, Nottingham; son of Henry Taylor, J.P., M.D.; born in Nottingham, May 14th, 1855; educated at Christ Church College, Oxford, and Edinburgh University; M.D. (highly commended), 1879; M.B. and CM., 1877; L.R.C.P., 1877; L.R.C.S. and L.M., 1877. Senior Surgeon to Nottingham Hospital for Women; Hon. Surgeon to the Gordon Home for Destitute Boys; late Hon. Consulting Surgeon to the Lenton Orphanage for Girls; medical examiner for several life assurance offices. Married Nora, daughter of Henry Williams, of The Old Manor, Beeston, Notts; has two sons, Henry Vernon and Aubrey Dean, both studying for the medical profession.

Taylor.—H. Owen Taylor, M.U., Oxford Street, Nottingham; son of Henry Taylor, J.P., M.D., of Nottingham; born at Nottingham in 1850; educated at Christ Church, Oxford, Guy's Hospital, London, and Edinburgh University; M.D.Edin., C.M., L.R.C.P.S., L.K.C.I.C, L.M. Senior Surgeon, Nottingham General Hospital; Police Surgeon for the city and county; Examining Medical Officer for the Admiralty; medical referee for various insurance companies; formerly Hon. Consulting Surgeon, General Dispensary, and Surgeon to H.M. Prison, Nottingham, to the Nottingham Branch of the Midland Railway Company, and to the Clifton Colliery Company, and Resident House Surgeon to the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary. Married a daughter of the late Joseph Whitaker, Ramsdale, Notts. Dr. Taylor's eldest son, Henry Owen Taylor, is at Haileybury College. Club: Notts County.

Thomson.George Thomson, Bridge House, Retford, Notts; son of the late John Thomson, of Norham Mains, North Northumberland; born in 1855, near Duns, in Berwickshire, N.B.; educated at the Academy of Coldstream-on-Tweed, Bowdon College in Cheshire, and Neuwied in Germany, then, medically, with his grandfather and uncle, Doctors John Paxton and Son, of Norham-on-Tweed, proceeding from thence to Edinburgh University and taking the degree of M.B. and CM. Practised profession in Ipswich for two years, and since at Retford; Medical Officer and Public Vaccinator to the Poor Law District of Clarborough and the Workhouse Infirmary in the Union of East Retford; Medical Officer to the Great Central Railway Company; Surgeon to the Retford Cottage Hospital and Dispensary; Councillor for the West Ward in the Borough of East Retford; P.P. Grand Standard Bearer of Notts. Married, in 1892, Ada, daughter of William Blankley Thorpe, of Lenton House, Nottingham.

Thompson.Joseph Thompson, 1, Oxford Street, Nottingham; son of the late Joseph Thompson, surgeon; born in Nottingham, 1844; educated locally, and at University College, London; L.R.C.P.Lond.; M.R.C.S.Eng. Surgeon to the Nottingham General Hospital, and Consulting Surgeon to the Women's Hospital; late Hon. Consulting Surgeon to the Nottingham Dispensary; Medical Referee to the Royal National Hospital for Consumption, Isle of Wight; Fellow and Hon. Local Secretary to the Obstetrical Society of London, and on the Council, 1896-98; late Vice-President of the Nottingham Medico-Chirurgical Society; member of the British Medical Association; presented with a testimonial and silver salver on February 22nd, 1897, by the Court Prosperity, A.O.F., for twenty-five years' work, and with a testimonial and silver goblet on March 13th, 1899, by the Loyal Forest Lodge of Oddfellows, M.U., "in appreciation of his uniform kindness during twenty-eight years." Married, 1874, Edith M., daughter of W. H. Wilcockson, bank manager, Nottingham. Club: Notts Constitutional.

Whitington.Charles Edward Whitington, Tuxford, near Newark; son of Peter Whitington, Surgeon, of Tuxford; born at Tuxford; educated at Epsom College and Guy's Hospital; M.R.C.S.Eng.; L.S.A.Lond. Late Surgeon to the Pacific Steam Navigation Company; Medical Officer and Public Vaccinator to the East Retford and Southwell Unions; Registrar for the Tuxford District of the East Retford Union; Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer of the Tuxford Agricultural Society; Chairman of the Tuxford Parish Council; Vice-Chairman of the Tuxford School Board. Married Janet Carmen, daughter of the late Peter Bruce, of Valparaiso and London.