Lives of the fellows

George Gilbert Currey

b.? d.11 December 1822
AB Cantab(1797) AM(1800) MB Oxon(1801) MD(1804) FRCP(1805)

George Gilbert Currey, M.D., was born in Norfolk, and educated at Trinity college, Cambridge, as a member of which house he proceeded A.B. 1797, A.M. 1800; when removing to Oxford he was incorporated on his master’s degree, and as a member of Exeter college graduated M.B. 23rd April, 1801; M.D. 14th June, 1804. He was admitted a Candidate of the College of Physicians 1st October, 1804, and a Fellow 30th September, 1805; was Censor in 1806, 1816; Croonian lecturer 1817, 1818; Harveian orator, 1822, and he was appointed Treasurer 26th June, 1820. Dr. Currey was physician to St. Thomas’s hospital, to which office he was elected in 1816. On the 18th November, 1822, he was married at Madron church, Cornwall, to Mary, the only child of John Dennis, esq., of Alverton, Penzance, and he died whilst on his wedding tour, at Ivy Bridge, co. Devon, 11th December, 1822.

William Munk

(Volume III, page 26)

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