Lives of the fellows

Thomas Wilbraham

b.? d.29 March 1782
AB Oxon(1721) BCL(1727) DCL(1732) FRS(1741/2) LRCP(1751) MD(1752) FRCP(1754)

Thomas Wilbraham, M.D., was at first of Brasenose college, Oxford, as a member of which he graduated A.B. 22nd April, 1721; but shortly afterwards, removing to All Souls, he proceeded B.C.L. 14th June, 1727; and D.C.L. 7th July, 1732. On the 11th November, 1738, he obtained from the university a licence to practise medicine; on the 25th March, 1741-2, was admitted a fellow of the Royal Society; and, removing to London, was admitted a Licentiate of the College of Physicians, 30th September, 1751. Dr. Wilbraham was created doctor of medicine at Oxford, by diploma, 12th December, 1752; was admitted a Candidate of the College of Physicians 16th April, 1753; and a Fellow 8th April, 1754. He was Censor in 1754, 1760, 1765, 1769, 1773; and Treasurer from 1754 to 1761 inclusive. He died 29th March, 1782. Dr. Wilbraham was physician to the Westminster hospital from 1739 to 1761.

William Munk

(Volume II, page 194)

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