Lives of the fellows

William Montgomery Boyton

b.1788 d.23 October 1841
AB Oxon(1817) AM(1817) MB(1817) MD(1818) FRCP(1819)

William Montgomery Boyton, M.D., was born in Dublin, and was the son of John William Boyton, M.D., an eminent physician in that city and King’s professor of the Institutes of Medicine in the university. He was educated at Trinity college, Dublin, where he took the first degree in arts. He was incorporated on that degree at Oxford as a member of St. Alban’s hall 19th June, 1817, and proceeded A.M. 27th June, 1817; M.B. 22nd October, 1817, and M.D. 25th June, 1818. He was admitted an Inceptor-Candidate of the College of Physicians 22nd December, 1817; a Candidate 30th September, 1818, and a Fellow 30th September, 1819. He was Censor in 1822 and 1834. He was elected physician to Westminster hospital in 1818, but resigned that office in 1819; was re-elected in 1820, and again resigned in 1824. Dr. Boyton died 23rd October, 1841, aged fifty-three.

William Munk

(Volume III, page 203)

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