Charles Mends Gibson

1874 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
WIHILE still young, witlh the tide of success fast rising, with much good work performed and more pledged, this physician has been suddenly called away. On Tuesday evening last he was busy seeing patients, correcting proof, and working with more than usual health and spirits, and on Thursday morning he was dying. A Welshman by family and birth, he was educated at MIill Hill School, matriculated in iS6o, and was articled to Mr. Pye-Smith, who has had the rare fortune to see four of his pupils
more » ... ur of his pupils become physicians to Guy's Hospital. After taking his degree at the University -of London, he was appointed Demonstrator of Anatomy to the Guy's School ; and in I869 was elected to the post of Assistant Obstetric Physician. Fortunate in so early an advancement, for he had only entered the lIospital nine years before, he devoted himself with untiring energy to the branch of the profession he had chosen. Zealous and assiduous in his hospital work, he was popular with the students, both as a clinical teacher and as Secretary of the Pupils' Physical Society ; he was highly esteemed by all his colleagues, and to many of them his sudden loss is that of a
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