Serjeant Surgeon

Serjeant Surgeon

The Serjeant Surgeon is an officer of the Medical Household of the Royal Household of the Sovereign of the United Kingdom, dating from 1253.

List of Serjeant Surgeons from the beginning of the twentieth century

*Roger Vickers,FRCS 2006-
*Adam Lewis, CVO 2001-2006
*Sir Barry Jackson, MS FRCS 1991-2001
*John Leonard Dawson, CVO MS FRCS 1990-1991
*Sir William Slack, KCVO MD MCh BM FRCS 1983-1990
*Sir Hugh Lockhart-Mummery, KCVO MD MChir FRCS LRCP 1975-1983
*Sir Edward Tuckwell, KCVO MCh FRCS 1973-1975
*Sir Edward Muir, KCVO MS FRCS 1972-1973
*Sir Ralph Marnham, KCVO MChir FRCS 1967-1971
*Brigadier Sir Arthur Porritt, Bt KCMG KCVO CBE MA MB MChir FRCS 1946-1966
*Sir Thomas Dunhill, KCVO CMG c.1944
*Wilfred Trotter, MD MS FRCS FRS 1932-1939
*Colonel Sir Hugh Rigby, Bt KCVO 1928-1932
*Major-General Sir Richard Havelock Charles, 1st Baronet 1910-1928
*Colonel Sir Frederick Treves, Bt GCVO CB 1902-1910

Pre-twentieth century (incomplete)

*Robert Keate FRCS 1841


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