Lives of the fellows

John Bampfylde Daniell

b.1798 d.25 January 1859
BA Oxon(1819) BM(1823) DM(1834) MA FRCP1838) JP

John Daniell, son of George Daniell, physician to the Devon and Exeter Hospital, received his education locally in Devon, at Westminster School, and at Christ Church, Oxford. Taking the degree of B.A. in 1819, he went on to study medicine at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital and at Edinburgh, and completed his training with visits to the Dublin and Paris medical schools. Daniell, who took his B.M. degree in 1823 and his D.M. in 1834, practised first at Exeter, where he was physician to the Dispensary, secondly at Bath, where he acted as physician to the United Hospital, and finally in London, where he held a similar appointment at the Royal Pimlico Dispensary and lectured on the principles and practice of medicine at St. George’s School of Medicine. He died at Bonn.

G H Brown

[Medical Circular, 1853, iii, 363; Gentleman's Magazine, N.S., li, 1859, 330; Al.Oxon., i, 336]

(Volume IV, page 18)

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