Robert Armstrong-Jones

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Sir Robert Armstrong-Jones, (born Robert Jones; 2 December 1857 – 30 January 1943) was a Welsh physician and psychiatrist.wikipedia
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Armstrong-Jones's paternal grandfather was Sir Robert Armstrong-Jones, the British psychiatrist and physician.

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He was educated at Porthmadog Grammar School and Grove Park School, Wrexham, going on to study medicine at University of Wales, Bangor, and St. Bartholomew's Hospital.

Claybury Hospital

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In 1893 he became the first superintendent of the London County Council's Claybury Asylum, where he developed new treatments.
The first Medical Superintendent and directing genius was Robert Armstrong-Jones.

Ysgol Eifionydd, Porthmadog

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He was educated at Porthmadog Grammar School and Grove Park School, Wrexham, going on to study medicine at University of Wales, Bangor, and St. Bartholomew's Hospital.

Owen Roberts (educator)

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In the same year he married Margaret Roberts (1868–1943), the elder daughter of Sir Owen Roberts of Plas Dinas, Caernarfon.
She married Sir Robert Armstrong-Jones, grandfather of Antony Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon.

Ronald Armstrong-Jones

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Armstrong-Jones had one son, Ronald Armstrong-Jones, and two daughters, Elaine Margaret Wauchope (1895–1965) and Gwendolen Jane Buckley (1905–1985), who married Sir Denys Buckley.
Born Ronald Owen Lloyd Armstrong Jones in Ilford, Essex, he was the only son of Sir Robert Jones, an eminent psychiatrist, and Margaret Roberts, daughter of Sir Owen Roberts.

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Armstrong-Jones had one son, Ronald Armstrong-Jones, and two daughters, Elaine Margaret Wauchope (1895–1965) and Gwendolen Jane Buckley (1905–1985), who married Sir Denys Buckley.
He married Gwendolen Jane Armstrong-Jones, daughter of Sir Robert Armstrong-Jones and aunt of the Earl of Snowdon, on 23 July 1932.

Sheriff of Caernarvonshire

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He was appointed High Sheriff of Caernarvonshire for 1929.

Wales

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Sir Robert Armstrong-Jones, (born Robert Jones; 2 December 1857 – 30 January 1943) was a Welsh physician and psychiatrist.

Psychiatrist

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Sir Robert Armstrong-Jones, (born Robert Jones; 2 December 1857 – 30 January 1943) was a Welsh physician and psychiatrist.

Caernarfonshire

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He was born in Ynyscynhaearn, Caernarvonshire, the son of a Congregational minister.

Wrexham

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He was educated at Porthmadog Grammar School and Grove Park School, Wrexham, going on to study medicine at University of Wales, Bangor, and St. Bartholomew's Hospital.

Bangor University

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He was educated at Porthmadog Grammar School and Grove Park School, Wrexham, going on to study medicine at University of Wales, Bangor, and St. Bartholomew's Hospital.

St Bartholomew's Hospital

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He was educated at Porthmadog Grammar School and Grove Park School, Wrexham, going on to study medicine at University of Wales, Bangor, and St. Bartholomew's Hospital.

Friern Hospital

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Becoming a specialist in the treatment of mental illness, he worked as a junior medical officer at the Royal Earlswood Institution and Colney Hatch during the 1880s, and became resident physician and superintendent of Earlswood Asylum in 1888.

London County Council

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In 1893 he became the first superintendent of the London County Council's Claybury Asylum, where he developed new treatments.

Caernarfon

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In the same year he married Margaret Roberts (1868–1943), the elder daughter of Sir Owen Roberts of Plas Dinas, Caernarfon.

Double-barrelled name

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In 1913, he assumed the additional surname of Armstrong, which had been the maiden name of his wife's mother, Jane Armstrong Roberts, because he wanted to distinguish himself from another prominent Robert Jones of the time.

Sir Robert Jones, 1st Baronet

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In 1913, he assumed the additional surname of Armstrong, which had been the maiden name of his wife's mother, Jane Armstrong Roberts, because he wanted to distinguish himself from another prominent Robert Jones of the time.

World War I

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During World War I, he was designated a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Royal Army Medical Corps; he was knighted in the 1917 New Year Honours, and after the war he was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in recognition of his war service.

Royal Army Medical Corps

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During World War I, he was designated a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Royal Army Medical Corps; he was knighted in the 1917 New Year Honours, and after the war he was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in recognition of his war service.

Knight Bachelor

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During World War I, he was designated a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Royal Army Medical Corps; he was knighted in the 1917 New Year Honours, and after the war he was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in recognition of his war service.

1917 New Year Honours

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During World War I, he was designated a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Royal Army Medical Corps; he was knighted in the 1917 New Year Honours, and after the war he was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in recognition of his war service.

Order of the British Empire

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During World War I, he was designated a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Royal Army Medical Corps; he was knighted in the 1917 New Year Honours, and after the war he was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in recognition of his war service.

Royal College of Physicians

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He was a Fellow of both the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal College of Surgeons.