Friday, September 20, 2013

Enscoe, John (1860-d.1863, HKG)


(Edin.) 1833; MRCS (Eng.) 1833). San Francisco, private practitioner 1848-59, address:  #52 Montgomery Street. Hong Kong 1860. Private hospital, resident surgeon, Seamen's Hospital 1860. Died from cardiac arrest at the Hospital on August 30, 1863 [1].

[1] The date of death is per "The Treaty Ports of China" and "Japan and The Medical Times and Gazette"). "Europe in China" dates his death on September 30, 1863.
Selected bibliography: Bancroft, Hubert Howe, History of California, Vol. VI 1848-1859, San Francisco: the History Company, 1888. Dennys, N.B., King, Charles and Mayers, William Fred., The Treaty Ports of China and Japan: a complete Guide to the Open Ports of those Countries, together with Peking, Yedo, Hongkong and Macao, Hong Kong: A. Shortrede & Co., 1867. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, Vol. 40, Edinburgh: Adam & Charles Black, 1833. Eitel, E.J., Europe in China, the History of Hongkong from the Beginning to the Year 1882, Hong Kong: Kelly & Walsh, 1895. Langley, Henry G., San Francisco 1858 Business Guide, San Francisco, 1858. Medical Register of the State of California (Revised for 1859), City and County of San Francisco. The Medical Times and Gazette: a Journal of Medical Science, Literature, Criticism, and News, Volume II, Medical News, November 14, 1863, London: John Churchill & Sons, 1863. Trask, John B. and Wooster, David (Ed.), Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal, Vol. II, San Francisco, 1859.


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