Lives of the fellows

Frederick Craven Moore

b.1871 d.18 November 1943
BSc Manch(1891) MSc(1894) MB(1895) MD FRCP(1910)

Craven Moore, a Manchester man, was a student at Owens College, taking the degrees of B.Sc. in 1891, M.Sc. in 1894 and M.B. in 1895, and winning the Dauntesey medical scholarship, the junior and senior Platt physiological exhibitions, the University scholarship in medicine and the T. H. Agnew scholarship in diseases of children. He then filled house appointments at Manchester Royal Infirmary, and taught pathology at Victoria University till 1901, in which year he settled in consulting practice and began research work on digestive ailments. He was physician to Ancoats Hospital from 1904 to 1911 and thereafter assistant physician and full physician to the Royal Infirmary. He lectured on systematic medicine at the University and occupied the chair in this subject from 1925 until retiring to East Grinstead in 1929. During the 1914-1918 War he was attached to the staff of the 2nd Western General Hospital. In his private life Craven Moore was a keen golfer, skater and gardener, and interested himself in oriental art. He married in 1929 Marjory, daughter of Sir Edward Holt, Bart.

G H Brown

[Lancet, 1943; B.M.J., 1943]

(Volume IV, page 511)

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