Lives of the fellows

Abraham Hall

b.? d.5 February 1751
MB Cantab(1725) MD(1728) FRCP(1732)

Abraham Hall, M.D. was born in Yorkshire, and, after a good preliminary education, was entered at Trinity college, Cambridge, as a member of which he proceeded M.B.1725, M.D.1728. He was admitted a Candidate of the College of Physicians 30th September, 1731, and a Fellow 30th September, 1732; was Censor in 1734 and 1745, and was named an Elect 27th February, 1748-9. Dr. Hall was physician to St. Thomas’s hospital, and to the Charterhouse: the former appointment he resigned in 1749, but he continued to hold the latter until his death, which took place at his official residence in Charterhouse-square, 5th February, 1751.

William Munk

(Volume II, page 126)

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