Lives of the fellows

Henry James Cholmeley

b.1777 d.14 June 1837
AB Oxon(1800) AM(1803) MB(1804) MD(1807) FRCP(1810)

Henry James Cholmeley, M.D., was born in Lincolnshire, and was the third son of Montague Cholmeley, of Easton, in that county, esquire, by his wife, Sarah, a daughter of the Rev. Humphrey Sibthorpe,D.D. In 1792, being then fifteen years of age, he was admitted to St. Peter’s, Westminster, whence he was elected in 1796 to Christ church, Oxford, of which he became a faculty student. He proceeded A.B. 30th April, 1800, A.M. 17th February, 1803, M.B. 11th April, 1804, M.D. 19th July, 1807, was admitted a Candidate of the College of Physicians 26th June, 1809, a Fellow 25th June, 1810, and was Censor in 1814,1824,1834. Dr. Cholmeley was elected physician to Guy’s hospital in 1811, and retained that office until his death, which occurred at his house in New Bridge-street, Blackfriars, on the 14th June, 1837, in his sixtieth year.

William Munk

(Volume III, page 91)

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