Lives of the fellows

Richard Henry Goolden

b.1810 d.10 March 1880
BA Oxon(1832) BM(1836) DM(1838) FRCP(1840)

R. H. Goolden, first son of Richard Goolden of Maidenhead, was educated at Merchant Taylors’ School, The Queen’s College, Oxford, and King’s College, London. He took the Oxford degrees of B.A. in 1832, B.M. in 1836 and D.M. in 1838. After starting practice in London, he received appointments as physician to the Seamen’s Hospital, Greenwich, and as assistant physician (1844-52) and physician (1852-70) to St. Thomas’s Hospital. He also lectured at the Grosvenor Place School of Anatomy and Medicine. He delivered the Harveian Oration in 1861.

G H Brown

[Al.Oxon., ii, 539; Lyle, 428; Parsons, iii, 242]

(Volume IV, page 22)

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