Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Jones, Edward Evan (1906-1919)

updated November 29, 2013.


DDS (Penn.) 1906. Hong Kong 1906.

HONG KONG 1906. Private practitioner, Dr. Joseph Whittlesey Noble 1906-19. Registered dental surgeon 1914-19, one of the first eight dentists registered with the government following the regulation of the practice of dentistry on May 7, 1914 [1].

[A number of dentistry graduates of the University of Pennsylvania practiced in Hong Kong within this period: Joseph Whittlesey Noble, Penn. 1883, Hong Kong 1887, Drs. Poate and Noble, later his own practice. John Moore Crago, Penn. 1900, Hong Kong 1901, Dr. Joseph Whittlesey Noble. Leidy Roger Reel, Penn. 1900, Hong Kong ca.1900, Dr. Joseph Whittlesey Noble. Frederick Hoard Kew, Penn.1903, Hong Kong , Dr. Joseph Whittlesey Noble, later Drs. Kew Brothers. Emerson G. Curry, Penn. 1904, Hong Kong , Dr. Joseph Whittlesey Noble. George T. Lemis, Penn. 1905, Hong Kong , Drs. Kew Brothers. Edward Evan Jones, Penn. 1906, Hong Kong 1906.]

[1 ] The first dental surgeons registered with the government following the enactment of the Dentistry Ordinance 1914: Mehdy Edward Asger, Arthur de Carvalho, Chaun Moon Hung 周夢熊, Edward Evan Jones, Frederick Howard Kew, Irvin Whiteley Kew, George Wiliam McKean, and Joseph Whittlesey Noble.

Selected bibliography: The Hong Kong Government Journal, September 24, 1915, #438; May 30, 1919, #250. Penn Dental Journal, November 1906, p.36.


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