Captain Thomas Graeme Dickson 1867 – 1920

CWWG Certificate
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Captain Thomas Graeme Dickson FRCP RAMC Thomas was a Doctor and died on 27th April 1920 aged 53yrs, he served on the SS Neuralia which was being used during the first world war as a  hospital ship. He served in the RAMC.

ss neuralia WW1 Hospital Ship
ss neuralia WW1 Hospital Ship

Thomas was the son of Dr Francis Kennedy Dickson FRCP & Isabel Catharine he was born in 1867 & was christened on 27th August 1867 in Buxton.

1881 Census: Thomas was aged 13yrs a scholar living with his Aunt in Streatham at the Vicarage.

1891 Census: Thomas was a medical student living at the Wye House Lunatic Asylum where his father was Physician and a Justice of the Peace.

Wye House Asylum
Wye House Asylum

1901 Census: Thomas was living at 25 High Street, Long Eaton, Derbyshire aged 32yrs working as a Physician & Surgeon.

1911 Census: Thomas has taken over from his father at Wye House Asylum aged 43yrs, Corbar Road was in Fairfield. Thomas is living there with his wife Elizabeth Lister, daughters  Katherine 12yrs & Elizabeth 6yrs. Later the family lived in Bakewell his grave is at St. Peters, Fairfield.

Grave at St Peters Church

Thomas Graeme Dickson’s grave at St Peters Church, Fairfield.

2 thoughts on “Captain Thomas Graeme Dickson 1867 – 1920”

  1. His mother Isobel Catherine Inglis, daughter of Archibald Inglis.
    The family were well known surgeons in Edinburgh. His great grandfather, William Inglis surgeon, has his own page on wikipedia.

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