The Times/1918/Obituary/William Bartlett Dalby
|←The Times||Obituary: Sir William Bartlett Dalby (1918)|
|The Times, Monday, Dec 30, 1918; Issue 41984; pg. 2; col C — Sir W. B. Dalby.|
SIR W. B. DALBY
Sir William Bartlett Dalby, consulting aural surgeon to St. George's Hospital, who died yesterday, at 14, Montagu-place, Portman-square was born at Ashby-de-la-Zouche in 1840, a son of the late Charles Allsopp Dalby and Sarah, daughter of William Bartlett, of Lymington. He was educated at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. Sir William was president of the Medical Society, 1894-95, and of the Otological Society of the United Kingdom. He had published lectures on diseases and injuries of the ear, beside contributing articles on that subject to Holmes's “System of Surgey” and Quain's “Dictionary of Medicine.” He married in 1873, Hyacinthe, daughter of the late Major Edw. Wellesley, 73rd Regiment, and had one son and three daughters. He was knighted in 1886.
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