Lives of the fellows

William Travers Cox

b.1806 d.14 December 1879
BA Dubl(1828) MA(1832) BM Oxon(1833) DM(1836) MA Dubl FRCP(1838)

William Cox, son of Charles James Cox of Cork, was admitted to Trinity College, Dublin, in 1823. After taking the degrees ofB.A. (1828) and M.A. (1832), he proceeded to Oxford, where he was incorporated at Pembroke College in 1832 and graduated B.M. in 1833 and D.M. in 1836. In the early years of his career, Cox practised in the provinces and held appointments at the Great Yarmouth Hospital and the Salisbury General Infirmary, but by 1844 he had settled in London. He lived abroad in retirement for many years and died at Nice.

G H Brown

[Al.Dubl., 185; Al.Oxon., iI, 310]

(Volume IV, page 17)

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