Serjeant Surgeon

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The Serjeant Surgeon is the senior surgeon in the Medical Household of the Royal Household of the Sovereign of the United Kingdom.wikipedia
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The Serjeant Surgeon is the senior surgeon in the Medical Household of the Royal Household of the Sovereign of the United Kingdom.
There are currently two Physicians to the Queen, a Serjeant Surgeon, a Surgeon to the Queen, Surgeon Oculist to the Queen, Surgeon Gynaecologist to the Queen, Surgeon Dentist to the Queen, Orthopaedic Surgeon to the Queen, Physician to the Household, Surgeon to the Household, Surgeon Oculist to the Household, Apothecary to the Queen, Apothecary to the Household at Windsor, Apothecary to the Household, Apothecary to the Household at Sandringham, Coroner of the Queen's Household.

Sir William Lawrence, 1st Baronet

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Sir William Lawrence, Bt FRCS FRS 1858
Sir William Lawrence, 1st Baronet (16 July 1783 – 5 July 1867) was an English surgeon who became President of the Royal College of Surgeons of London and Serjeant Surgeon to the Queen.

Robert Keate

Robert Keate FRCS 1841
Robert Keate FRCS (14 March 1777 – 2 October 1857) was a noted British surgeon, and Serjeant-Surgeon to King William IV and Queen Victoria.

Benjamin Travers

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From 1857 to his death, he was the Serjeant Surgeon, a member of the Medical Household (part of the Royal Household).

Claudius Amyand (surgeon)

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Claudius Amyand 1715-1740
He became a surgeon, served with the army during the War of the Spanish Succession, and was appointed Serjeant Surgeon to George I in 1715.

Caesar Hawkins

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Caesar Hawkins FRS 1862
He was the son of the Rev. E. Hawkins and grandson of Sir Cæsar Hawkins, 1st Baronet (1711-1786), Serjeant-Surgeon to George II and George III (see Hawkins baronets); and was brother to Edward Hawkins (1789-1882), Provost of Oriel, Oxford.

Havelock Charles

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Major-General Sir Richard Havelock Charles, 1st Baronet 1910-1928
Major General Sir Richard Henry Havelock Charles, 1st Baronet, (10 March 1858 – 27 October 1934) was a noted doctor, and Serjeant Surgeon to King George V.

Arthur Porritt, Baron Porritt

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Brigadier Sir Arthur Porritt, Bt KCVO CBE MA MB MChir FRCS 1946-1966
Porritt was King's Surgeon to George VI from 1946 to 1952, and was Serjeant Surgeon to Queen Elizabeth II until 1967.

John Leonard Dawson

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He served as the Serjeant Surgeon to the Royal Household of the United Kingdom, and was described by a peer as "the best general surgeon in London in the 1970s and 1980s".

Sir Frederick Treves, 1st Baronet

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In late March 1901, Treves was appointed one of several Honorary Serjeants Surgeon to King Edward VII, and in May the same year was knighted as a Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (KCVO).

Barry Jackson (surgeon)

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Sir Barry Trevor Jackson FRCS FRCP FRCSGlas (born 7 July 1936) is a British surgeon, Serjeant Surgeon to The Queen, 1991–2001.

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The Serjeant Surgeon is the senior surgeon in the Medical Household of the Royal Household of the Sovereign of the United Kingdom.

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The Serjeant Surgeon is the senior surgeon in the Medical Household of the Royal Household of the Sovereign of the United Kingdom.

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The Serjeant Surgeon is the senior surgeon in the Medical Household of the Royal Household of the Sovereign of the United Kingdom.

John Arderne

John Arderne, later famous as the Father of Proctology, accompanied Edward III at the Battle of Crecy in 1346.

Edward III of England

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John Arderne, later famous as the Father of Proctology, accompanied Edward III at the Battle of Crecy in 1346.

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John Arderne, later famous as the Father of Proctology, accompanied Edward III at the Battle of Crecy in 1346.

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Over the years, other duties of the Serjeant Surgeon have included embalming of the royal corpse, oversight of torture to ensure the prisoner was not killed, and the screening of applicants to be touched by the king for the cure of the King's evil (tuberculous glands of the neck).

Henry VIII of England

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The first knighthood to be granted to a serjeant surgeon was in the reign of Henry VIII, to John Aylef, who was said to have cured the king of a fistula.

Baronet

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Sir William Lawrence, Bt FRCS FRS 1858 Brigadier Sir Arthur Porritt, Bt KCVO CBE MA MB MChir FRCS 1946-1966 Colonel Sir Frederick Treves, Bt GCVO CB 1902-1910

Fellowship of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons

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Sir William Lawrence, Bt FRCS FRS 1858 Robert Keate FRCS 1841 Brigadier Sir Arthur Porritt, Bt KCVO CBE MA MB MChir FRCS 1946-1966 John Leonard Dawson, CVO MS FRCS 1990-1991 Sir Barry Jackson, MS FRCS 1991-2001

Fellow of the Royal Society

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Sir William Lawrence, Bt FRCS FRS 1858 Joseph Lister, 1st Baron Lister, OM, FRS 1901

Joseph Lister

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The first serjeant surgeon to receive a peerage was Joseph Lister, the founder of antiseptic surgery, who was created Baron Lister of Lyme Regis in the County of Dorset by Queen Victoria. Joseph Lister, 1st Baron Lister, OM, FRS 1901

Colonel

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Colonel Sir Frederick Treves, Bt GCVO CB 1902-1910