Browne Langrish

(1723—1759) physician

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Browne Langrish was born in Hampshire and died at Basingstoke in that county on 29 November 1759. Educated as a surgeon, he became a licentiate of the College of Physicians in 1734. In the same year he became a Fellow of the Royal Society. He did not receive an MD until 1746, from St Andrews, after he was well established in the practice of medicine.


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