Thom's Irish Who's Who/Myles, Sir Thomas

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MYLES, Sir Thomas, Knt. (1902), C.B. (1917), M.B., B.Ch., Univ., Dub. (1881) M.D. Stip. Cond. 1884, F.R.C.S.I. (1885); temp. Lt.-Col., R.A.M.C.; Hon. Surgeon to the King in Ireland; was Resident Surgeon, Steevens' Hospital, 1881-1884; Sec. to Dublin Hospitals Commission, 1885: Surgeon to Jervis Street Hospital from 1885 to 1890; sometime Professor of Pathology and Examiner in Surgery, Anatomy, and Pathology to the Royal College of Surgeons; Surgeon to the Richmond, Whitworth, and Hardwicke Hospitals since 1890; President Royal College of Surgeons, 1900-1902; member of the Council of Royal College of Surgeons; member of the General Medical Council; author of various surgical papers. Recns.: yachting and cycling. Son of late John Myles, of Limerick, and Prudence, dau of late William Bradshaw, of Kylebeg, Co. Tipperary; b. 1857; M. 1888, Frances Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. George Ayres, Canon of St. Patrick's, Dublin. Res.; 33 Merrion Square, Dublin.