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Wife: Harriett Elizabeth St Clair Erskine Yates 1
Born: ABT 1851 in Canada Census: 1901 in Edinburgh (see note 1) Resided: 1920 - 1921 at Dysart House, 5 Luard Road, Trumpington 2 Resided: 1941 in Cambridge 3 Died: 1941 in Cambridge 4 (see note 2) Father: Mother:
Husband: German Sims Woodhead Also known as: Sir German Sims Woodhead Married: 1881 5
Born: 1855 in Huddersfield, Yorkshire 6 (see note 3) Education: King's College, Cambridge 5 (see note 4) Census: 1901 in Edinburgh (see note 5) Occupation: 1901 Professor of Pathology University of Edinburgh Occupation: Professor of Pathology, Fellow of Trinity Hall 7 Resided: 1913 - 1921 at Dysart House, 5 Luard Road, Trumpington 7,3,2 Died: 1921 in Lincolnshire 6 (see note 6) Father: Mother: Media link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_Sims_Woodhead Media desc: Wikipedia
Sources: (1) Husband's probate record. (2) Electoral Register. (3) Probate record. (4) Index on ancestry.co.uk. (5) Alumni Cantabrigienses. (6) FreeBMD website. (7) Spalding's Directory (Kelly's after WW2)
Event Notes Note (1) Age 50, born Victoria B.C., with husband German S Woodhead Note (2) Sep 1941 Cambridge 3b 853 age 90 Note (3) Jun 1855 Huddersfield 9a 339 Note (4) Name: German Sims Woodhead College: KING'S BORN: 29 Apr 1855 Died: 29 Dec 1921 More Information: M.A. 1899. Adm. at KING'S, Oct. 7, 1899. Professor of Pathology, 1899-1921. Fellow of Trinity Hall, 1900-21. [Eldest s. of Joseph, of Longdenholme, Huddersfield. B. at Huddersfield, Apr. 29, 1855. School, Huddersfield College; M.B. and C.M. (Edin.) 1878; M.D. (Edin.)]; M.R.C.P. 1880; F.R.C.P. 1882. F.R.S.E. Hon. LL.D., Birmingham. President of the R. Med. Soc., Edinburgh; Vice-Pres., R. Physical Soc., Edinburgh. Director of Research Lab., Conjoint Board. Research Scholar, Grocers' Company. Superintendent of the Research Laboratory, R.C.P., Edinburgh, 1879-90. Demonstrator in Pathology and Anatomy at Edinburgh University. President, Royal Medical Society, 1878. Member of the Royal Commission on Tuberculosis, 1902. Member of Executive, Cancer Committee. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Colonel, R.A.M.C., Sanitary Service; Brevet Colonel; mentioned twice in Secretary of State's List for ‘valuable services’). K.B.E., 1919. Married, 1881, Harriet Elizabeth St Clair Erskine Yates. Author, medical. Editor of the Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology. Died Dec. 29, 1921. Brother of the above. (King's Coll. Reg., 296; Univ. War List; Medical Directories; Who was Who.) Note (5) Age 45, born England. Professor of Pathology University of Edinburgh, with wife Harriett E Note (6) Dec 1921 Lincoln 7a 590 age 66 Copyright © Trumpington Local History Group 2022 Email TLHG Return to TLHG introduction page Name Index