Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Talbot, Harry (1934-EOP)

updated April 2, 2014.

MRCS (Eng.) 1927; LRCP (Lond.) 1927. Surgeon, Cardiff, Wales [n.d.]. Resident, Cheltenham hospital, Gloucestershire, England [n.d.]. Hong Kong nlt.1934.

Registered to practice Hong Kong July 4, 1934 through EOP. Private practitioner, address: Top floor, Union Building 1941. Residence: 1. The Peak Hotel 1934; 2. #12 Bowen Road 1941.

POST 1941 activities. Japanese occupation of Hong Kong, interned, Stanley Camp 1942-46.

Publications: Ocular Lesions in Internees at a Civilian Internment Camp at Hong Kong, British Journal of Ophthalmology, Vol. 30, Issue 11, November 1946, pp.688-692.

[Talbot made a request to the Malaria Bureau in 1936 for a malaria survey around the residental area on the Lin Ma Hang 蓮麻坑 Lead Mine. His relation with the Li Ma Hang area unknown.]

Selected bibliography: The China Mail, April 3, 1947, p.3, Dr. Talbot Gives Evidence Against Japanese. Hong Kong Government, Annual Reposrt of the Work of the Malaria Bureau for the Year 1936, p.137. The Hong Kong Government Gazette, July 6, 1934, #527; May 9, 1941, #558.


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