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James Inglis

(1813-1851), Physician

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Born and educated in Scotland, Inglis became Physician to Ripon public Dispensary, and curator of geology to Halifax Literary and Philosophical Society, where he lived from 1838. He was author of Treatise on English Bronchocele, with a few remarks on the use of Iodine and its compounds, 1838.

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James Inglis, by David Octavius Hill, and  Robert Adamson - NPG P6(37)

James Inglis

by David Octavius Hill, and Robert Adamson
calotype, 1844
NPG P6(37)


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Diane L. Snider

03 July 2016, 22:14

Dr. James Inglis was the son of James Inglis and Charlotte Spalding Inglis. His maternal grandfather was Charles Spalding, improver of the diving bell. Inglis was born in Glasgow, Scotland on 06 September 1813. He married Louisa Rawson, daughter of Jeremiah Rawson, Esq. of Halifax. The couple had 1 daughter and two sons. Inglis died in Halifax, Yorkshire, England on 9 March 1851 and was buried in Holy Trinity Churchyard in Halifax on 17 March 1851. His widow died in 1909.

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