Richard Havelock Charles
Major-General Sir Richard Henry Havelock Charles, 1st Baronet, GCVO KCSI (10 March 1858 – 27 October 1934) was a noted doctor, and Serjeant Surgeon to King George V.
He was born in Cookstown, County Tyrone, the sixth son of David Hughes Charles MD and Annie Elizabeth Allen, and named after Sir Henry Havelock, who had died two months earlier. Havelock Charles was educated at Queen's College, Cork, before joining the Indian Medical Service where he attained the rank of Major General. He was appointed physician to the Prince of Wales and Serjeant Surgeon to King George V from 1910–1928. Havelock Charles married Gertrude Seton Gordon, and they had two children, Sir Allen Aitcheson Havelock Charles, 2nd Baronet, and Sir Noel Charles, 3rd Baronet.
Havelock Charles died at his home in Manchester Square, London W1, and is buried in Brompton Cemetery, London.
He was succeeded as 2nd Baronet by his son, Captain Sir Allen Aitcheson Havelock Charles, who established the Richard Havelock Charles Scholarships and Medals at Queen's University Belfast in his honour.

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Mathews' Bristol Street Directory 1871 Haberfield Crescent, James Barton to Cumberland Street 1. George Sholland, cigar dealer 2. Cross & Co. dyers 3. John Bunce, china dealer 4. Mrs Cozens, toy and fancy depot 5. H. G. James, boot and shoe maker 6. Henry F. Carter, post office 7. G. H. 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It is still trading today, more recently known as the Cotham Hill. bristolslostpubs.eu/page196.html Miss Harriet Lawless, dressmaker Edmund Thomas, Hampton cottage George Gloyen Babbage, butcher John Holland, grocer, etc John Wheeldon, grocer, etc Francis Hy. Kepple, Thornton villa Miss Eliza Shaw, Newton villa William Evans, Hampton villa Hampton Road, top of St. Michaels Hill to Elgin Park Andrew Pope Charles Ransford Court, Cotham green Samuel Gillard Mrs. McDowall, Merton cottage Charles W. Harper Hy. Coleridge Tucker, Mina cottge (Cotham Place) Mrs Willcox James Warley, accountant William Baker, accountant & insurance agent James Barnard Baker Rev Beniah Hoe Edward Lorymer Thomas Warton Frederick Benj. Coales, Laura cottage Walter Reid, Ramah cottage (Hampton Grove) John J. 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Wood, house & sign painter Joseph England, nurseryman, etc Miss Mary Cartwright, Devon cottage Miss Helena Richardson, Foley cottage George Webley, refreshment rooms Hampton Terrace, Hampton Park Benjamin John Stickland Isaac Dell Thomas Harvey Lowery Miss Caroline Wilcox Jukes Pritchard Jones Mrs Amelia Chapman Mrs Edward Fisher Mrs Mary Ann Williams Miss Emily Kepple John Geach Mrs Whereat Mrs Robert Locke Henry D. Vickery, prof. of music Miss Mary Buckle Mrs Emily Kent Rees Mrs Morgan William Parson Robert Tucker Hampton Terrace, Wells Road Hampton Terrace, Stapleton Road to Pennywell Road Joseph B. Skeates Stephen Kuner Henry Cantle Handcock’s Court, John Street, St. Phillips Hanmer’s Buildings, bottom of Park Street James Gahan, vict, Museum Tavern (pub) Hanmer’s Buildings was down the left of Museum Avenue, off Park Street before 1870. The building on the corner is now the Masonic Hall but was once the museum from which the pub took its name. The pub was demolished in 1936 when St.George’s Road was extended into Park Street. bristolslostpubs.eu/page45.html William Lane, cabinet maker Miss Sully, milliner Thomas Gillard James C. Garmston, smith (back of Park Street) S. Taylor, fretwork cutter Hanover Place, Grosvenor Place to Tottenham Place, Clifton James Grace Edward Harse Rev. Frederick Augustus Baker, Cowdon house Charles Butson Richard Robinson, Richmond cottage Miss M. A. Palmer, Richmond lodge Hanover Place, Cumberland Road Charles Randall, vict, Albion wine vaults (pub) 1865 - 66. William Ayre / 1867. Robert Johnson / 1868 - 1872. Charles Randall / 1874 - 78. John Hobbs / 1879 to 1891. William Poole 1892 - 99. William Shinner / 1901 - 04. W. Petherham/ / 1906. Charles Reilley / 1909 - 17. Edwin Haines / 1921 - 29. Sarah Ann Lines 1930 - 35. John Stewart / 1937 - 44. Mary Stewart / 1950 - 53. Reginald Wallis / 1975. B. R. Hudson. Henry Gough Stephen Ray, grocer John Tregaskis, vict, White Horse (pub) Off Cumberland Road on the corner with Sidney Row, this old cider house is now much spruced up, and has been re-named the Orchard. bristolslostpubs.eu/page93.html Albion Sunday & Day School Hanover Street, 10, St. Augustines Parade Edward Shearn, hair dresser Mary A. Delaine, fruiterer George C. Crawford, carpenter John Clements Edward Pobjoy Joseph Smith, china repairer Richard Boulter, smith Mary Channon, lodging house Ann Holdsworth, lodging house Edward Williams Charles Carpenter, painter, etc Samuel Bale, carpenter Emma Doyle, general dealer Samuel Piper John Hancock, saddler Mrs Newland Frederick Cottrell, vict, Ship (pub) 1752 William Mitchell / 1755 Widow Mitchell / 1764 Elizabeth Mitchell / 1775 ? Mitchell / 1792 - 94 Eleanor Everett / 1800 Ann Haynes 1816 - 30 Stephen Clements / 1831 William Moon / 1832 Thomas Hawkins / 1833 - 44 John Webber / 1847 - 60 Harriet Braham 1861 - 63 Thomas Stone / 1865 - 72 Frederick Cottrell / 1874 - 79 Sophia Cottrell / 1882 - 83 George Bowden / 1885 Harriet Everett 1886 - 91 George Stimpson / 1892 to 1896 Mowbray Wilson Royton / 1897 - 1904 Florence Kent / 1906 - 09 Francis Holmes. Francis Cox, beer seller, Juverna (pub) 1852 - 53 Mary Howells / 1856 Joshua Tavener / 1871 - 72 Francis Cox. James Lock, potato stores Hanover Street, Callowhill Street Hanover Terrace, Cumberland Road Hardinge Street, Barrow Lane Hare’s Court, Temple Street Harford Cottages, Clarence Road, New Cut Harford Court, Harford Street, St. James Harford Court, Quay Street Harford Place, Clarence Road, New Cut Harford Street, Cathay Charles Ottaway, corn dealer Peter John Alderley Coombs and Morgan, milliners, etc John Pigeon Spear John Biggs Brunt Ann Robbins, grocer, etc Edward Wright, boot maker John Taylor, tailor John Frederick Hunt grocer etc Francis Young, vict, Harford Tavern (pub) 1851. Christance Taylor / 1853. George Chapman / 1853. Elizabeth Chapman / 1857 - 75. William Bracher / 1877. F. Young 1878 - 81. Mary Ann Young / 1882. George Millard / 1883 - 89. James Wornell / 1891 - 99. Mary Ann Wornell / 1901. Ada Swinburne 1904 - 21. Rosina Pillinger / 1925 - 28. Rosina Youens. Thomas Morgan, vict, Phoenix (pub) 1863 - 72. Thomas Morgan / 1874 - 89. Elizabeth Morgan / 1891 - 1901. Francis Price / 1904. C. Gardiner / 1906. Joseph Lewis. William Williams Harford Street, off Lower Maudlin Street, St. James William Sparks, shoemaker George Sperrin John Hennessey George England, mason John Waters William C. Eastman, vict, Harford Tavern (pub) (off Lower Maudlin Street) 1871 - 87 William Eastman / 1888 - 89 Albert Goldsworthy / 1891 - 1901 Isaac Niblett / 1904 - 09 Martha Niblett 1914 Elizabeth Cooney / 1917 - 21 James Edwin. Mrs Exon, laundress James Driscoll Angelina Lloyd James McGrath Henry Bryant Harford Square, Harford Street, Langton Street Harford Terrace, Harford Street, Cathay Harley Place, Canynge Road to Littield Place, Clifton Down Harley Place (Lower), Canynge Road Harrington Court, Marsh Lane Harleston Street, Stapleton Road to Pennywell Road Joseph Sinneway, chain maker Thomas Cottrell, beer retailer vict, Harleston Arms (pub) 1872 - 77. Thomas Cotterell / 1882. Catherine Lane / 1883. Frederick Linter / 1885. Ann Howell / 1886. F. Sperrin 1887 - 91. Solomon Eglington / 1892. Richard Rogers / 1893. Walter Wood / 1896 - 1901. William Symes / 1904. Rubin Govier 1909. James Russell / 1914 - 17. Albert Smith / 1921 - 28. George Everson / 1931 - 38. Joseph Harper / 1944 - 53. Herbert Holcombe. ?. Crarratt Henry Joseph Brock, painter, glazier & paper hanger Harris’ cottages Prewett Street, Cathay Harris’ Court, Lamb Street, St. Philips Harris’ Yard, Temple Backs Harris’ Yard, Prewett Street, Cathay Hartland Court, 16, Castle Green Hassell’s Buildings, Stillhouse Lane Heals Court, King Street, Bedminster Hebron Place, Victoria Road to North Street, Bedminster John P. Channon, master of school, Hebron cottage Mrs Jefferies Charles Jones Joseph Richards Charles Carver, carpenter Thomas Bolt, twine spinner William Smith, clerk Joseph Clark, Hebron house Hebron Chapel www.well-and.co.uk/Welland-p/pi138.htm Hengaster Road, West Street, Bedminster Henrietta Street, Alfred Place, Kingsdown Henry Row, Baptist Street Henry Street, Sussex Street, Dings New Inn Henry Street. 1876 - 77. Robert Fry / 1878 - 83. Louisa Fry / 1885 - 87. John Fry / 1888. Thomas Lyne / 1889. Isaac Davidge 1891. Mary Ann Clarke / 1892 - 96. Alice Willis / 1899. William Barnes. Charles Pugsley, carpenter, etc John Price George Talbot, beer retailer Robert P. Yandell, furniture broker Henry Street, Totterdown Herbert Street, Dean Lane to Essex Street Elizabeth Armstrong, vict, Clarence Hotel (pub) Dean Lane. 1874 - 76. Elizabeth Armstrong / 1877. Daniel Harries / 1878 - 79. Daniel Harries / 1881 - 83. William Chick 1885 to 1886. William Wookey / 1887 - 1901. John Coombs / 1904 - 25. Ada Maud Coombs / 1928 - 53. Reginald Coombs 1975. J. McKibbin. (recently named the Tap & Barrel) James Budding, grocer William Bradfield, shopkeeper Amos Jane, haulier High Park Buildings, Tankard’s Close, Tyndall’s Park High Park Place, Tankard’s close, Tyndall’s Park High Street, Bristol Bridge to Broad Street 1-2. Thomas William Tilly, hat manufacturer 3. J .C. Wall’s Railway booking office 4. Whitfield Thompson, boot manufacturer 5. Frederick Davis, glass warehouse 6. Drinkwater and Son, lacemen & milliners 7. Jones & Co. furniture warerooms 8. Charles P. Rouch, fancy goods wholesale 9-10. Anderson & Abbott, india rubber & oilskin warehouse David Henry Powell, com-agent Edward Duncan 11. Queen Insurance & Co. George William Lucas, agent John Downing, auctioneer, etc 12. Seth Thomas, glass & china dealer 13-14. Linton, Francis, & Co. Scotch & Manchester warehousemen 15. Northam & Co. grocers Somerset & Dorset Railway Co. Office - James William Barton, agent 16. 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George Tyler / 1904. George Porter / 1906. Kate Simmons. Mrs Pidgeon, grocer Henry Mitchell, general dealer Richard Challice, butcher ?. Hardin , haulier Albert Hughes, butcher Highland Vale, Highland Square Hill Side, Cotham Hill 1. Rev. David Thomas 2. Miss Mary Cannington 3. Henry O. Wills 4. William Joseph Fedden 5. Thomas Dix 6. Alfred Burleigh Hill Side, Bellevue, Clifton Hill George Slade, Bellavista house 2. J . Carter 4. Mrs K. Woodman 5. C. H. Bedingfield 6. Robert Padfield Hillside, Clifton Wood 1. Henry Peckham 2. David Morgan 3. James Anglin 4. Jos. H. Williams 5. John Beckett Guy, vict, Lion Tavern (pub) 1866 - 68. Samuel Simms / 1871 - 72. John Guy / 1874 - 75. J. Webb / 1876 - 89. Frederick Webb / 1891 - 96. William Stone 1897 - 1914. John Smith / 1917 - 25. Alfred Palmer / 1928 - 31. Walter Hallett / 1935. Beatrice Hallett / 1937 - 38. Graham Moss 1944 - 53. Ernest Lavis / 1975. R. W. Smith. (the Lion was previously named the Avon Tavern) 6. William Crispin, grocer and tea dealer 7. William Hoskins 8. Charles Hilling 9. John Woolveridge 10. Frederick Squire Tucker Hillside Place, Clifton Wood Hill Street, Newfoundland Street to Rope Walk Orlando Purdy Salter, carpenter Miss Hetty Salter, teacher of piano Eliza Chamberlain, monthly nurse Mrs Edbrooke, grocer John Hayden, eating house Hezekiah Hopkins, general shop Emmanuel Baker, boot maker Samuel Stone, vict, Union Tavern (pub) 1867 - 74. Samuel Stone / 1877 - 78. Mark Appleby / 1879. John Roe / 1882. George Bryant / 1883. Edwin Brookman 1885 - 1901. Emily Ann Sandell / 1904 - 06. Emily Ann Northcote / 1909. Isaac Griffiths / 1914. Jane Taylor. John Uriah Penton Roe, vict, Prince Alfred (pub) 1871 - 85. John Roe / 1886 - 96. George Trickey / 1899. Frederick Jones / 1901. F. Stone / 1904 - 06. Louisa Jennings. Hill Street, back of Park Street to St George’s Road Hill View, Horfield Hillfield Place, Granby Hill Hillgrove Court, Whitehouse Street Hillgrove Place, Hillgrove Hill Hillgrove Hill, Hillgrove Street to Somerset Street Mrs Smart, greengrocer John Baker, plasterer Frederick Callow James Cossins, grocer William Presser Morgan John Sircom Richard Clark George Stockman Henry Smith Joseph Smith Henry Butler Alfred York Thomas Williams Frederick Jones William Williams Edwin Hodge William E. Yeats James Matthews George Harvey William Tilley Robert Stacey Mrs Crates M. Bryant Thomas Morgan Eliza Dickes, grocer Francis Laurence Eleanor Neils, dairy Henry Way Miss L. E. Cox Richard Fedden, painter Robert Gunning John Holland John Leworthy, vict, Bell Inn (pub) Still trading, the Bell is situated in the stretch of Hillgrove Street between Jamaica Street and Dalton Square. bristolslostpubs.eu/page191.html Sam Norman, vict, Dublin Porter House (pub) Hillgrove Street. The Dublin Porter Stores is not listed in directories throughout much of the 1960’s, possibly closed due to the area being run down prior to the massive redevelopment around Dove Street. The pub re-appears around 1970 as the Hillgrove Porter Stores, it is still trading. bristolslostpubs.eu/page193.html John Atwell, vict, Union (pub) 1842 W. Snow / 1844 - 47 Hannah Snow / 1848 to 1856 William Powell / 1857 to 1867 Hannah Powell / 1867 Samuel Clark 1868 - 69 Alfred York / 1871 - 83 John Atwell / 1885 - 1906 Ellen Wilkins / 1909 S. Cleak / 1914 Mary Woodbury. Hillgrove Street, Stokes Croft to Jamaica Street 1. Charles Webber, greengrocer 2. James Foulks, chimney sweep 3. Thomas Cunningham, tailor 4. Mrs Cooper, grocer Hillgrove Buildings, Whitehouse Street Hillgrove Street, Whitehouse Street Hillgrove Place, New River Hillier’s Court, St. Georges Road Hillier's Court, Pile Street, Redcliff Hill’s Buildings, 23, Newfoundland Street Hill’s Court, 97, Temple Street Hill’s Place, 24, Newfoundland Street Hillsbridge Cottages, 29, Clarence Road, Bath Bridge Hillsbridge Court, Hillsbridge Parade, Bath Bridge Hillsbridge Parade, Bath Bridge Hinton Place, near Charles Place Hiram Place, bottom of Alfred Hill HO - Bristol Street Directory 1871
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Reflections: Calcutta Medical College : 1907
In 1907, the British Medical Journal Published an article entitled: British Medicine in India. It is a long article, but full of interest.
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My Life With Lymphedema: Surgery for Lymphedema
LYMPHEDEMA SURGERIESOur Home Page: Lymphedema Peoplehttp://www. lymphedemapeople.
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Breeders' Cup Complete Entries | BloodHorse.com
Entries for all 14 races of the Breeders' Cup with morning line odds.
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Landed families of Britain and Ireland: (89) Allan (later Havelock-Allan) of Blackwell Grange, baronets
Allan of BlackwellHavelockGeorge Allen (1663-1744), the sixth son of a Yarm merchant, settled at Darlington as a general merchant and laid the foundations of the family's fortune through the supply of salt to the Government. He is said also to have invested in South Sea Company stock, but being warned of the impending crash, to have sold out before the 'South Sea Bubble' burst in 1719, leaving him with a substantial profit.
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Charles Havelock Taylor 1859 - 1953: 1905 - 1910 The building of Ragged Chutes
Ragged Chutes was Charles most ambitious project and his greatest success. The feeder shaft, 351 feet deep and 9 and 1/2 feet in diameter was sunk into the bedrock.
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9 Books That Will Change Your #19thC Sex Life | viceandvirtueblog
I've written this as a response to the @BuzzFeed article: 9 Books That Will Change Your Sex Life, because the Victorians were awesome and knew a hell of a lot more about sex than we give them the credit for. 1. Fruits of Philosophy: Published by Annie Besant and Charles Bradlaugh, 1877 WHY: Originally a…
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Locked-in syndrome: rare survivor Richard Marsh recounts his ordeal | World news | The Guardian
When Richard Marsh had a stroke doctors wanted to switch off his life-support – but he could hear every word but could not tell them he was alive. Now 95% recovered, he recounts his story
www.theguardian.com/world/2012/aug/07/locked-in-syndrome-richard-marsh
Tracing the Havelock Farm Boys | Kingham Hill School Days
Kingham Hill school is looking to explore its fascinating links with Ontario. Between 1895 and 1946 ten boys a year left the school to be trained in agriculture on a farm in Ontario purchased by th
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Birthdays for Thursday, Aug. 29 | Charles Apple
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