Lives of the fellows

Devey Fearon

b.? d.?
AB Cantab(1791) AM(1794) MB Oxon(1795) MD(1798) FRCP(1799)

Devey Fearon, M.D., was born in London, and educated at Trinity college, Cambridge, where he took the two degrees in arts—A.B. 1791; A.M. 1794; and was then incorporated at Oxford, as a member of Pembroke college; and proceeded M.B. 12th June, 1795; M.D. 28th April, 1798. He was admitted a Candidate of the College of Physicians 1st October, 1798; a Fellow 30th September, 1799; and was Censor in 1802. He was elected physician to the Middlesex hospital 8th February, 1803; but he resigned his office there in January, 1807, on account of ill health, and retired from the exercise of his profession.

William Munk

(Volume II, page 469)

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