UK Site Adds Registers of Doctors, Midwives, Dentists

UK Site Adds Registers of Doctors, Midwives, Dentists

Got a doctor or midwife among your British relatives? UK-based genealogy database site Familyrelatives.com added a million records of doctors, dentists and midwives who practiced from 1853 to 1943. The records come from several sources, including the London List Medical Directory, Nisbet’s Medical Directory and the Royal College of...

Got a doctor or midwife among your British relatives? UK-based genealogy database site Familyrelatives.com added a million records of doctors, dentists and midwives who practiced from 1853 to 1943.

The records come from several sources, including the London List Medical Directory, Nisbet’s Medical Directory and the Royal College of Surgeons and Physicians. After 1858, the UK’s General Council of Medical Education and Registration began keeping medical registers.

You can see a list of databases in the medical registers collection at FamilyRelatives.com (you’ll need to scroll down on the page).

Search and view the registers with a Familyrelatives.com subscription (about $50 a year); the records aren’t available on a pay-per-view basis.

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