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1891 census
source             CSSCT1891_356  Ed 85
Place                 Newington Edinburgh Liberton Midlothian
Dwelling              Pitfar  

Janet W  Whyte  wife  61                            Edinburgh 
George F Whyte  son   18   Student of Medicine      Audearn 
Ella W   Whyte  dau   13   Scholar                  Audearn (Isabella)
Mary J Fullerton serv 22                            Aberdean

1901 census 
Source           CSSCT1901_100  ed 19 page 24 schedule 122
Place            Dundee, Angus
Dwelling         10 Wellington Street 

George F  Whyte  head    28     General Waebbever?(practitioner?)    Auldearn, Nairnshire
Janet  T? Whyte  mother  71      (widow)                     Midlothian
Ella   N? Whyte  sister  23                                 Auldearn, Nairnshire

Mary S Knowles   servant 20                                 Herore, Kincardinshire

The London Gazette, 20th October 1908
The undermentioned officers, from the volunteer Force,
are appointed to the corps in the ranks stated, with
precedence as in the volunteer Force;
Dated 1st April 1908:- To be Captains:-
Surgeon Captain Goerge francis Whyte, M B.,
From the 1st (city of Dundee) Volunteer Battalion,
The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)

The Britsh Medical Journal, 7th April 1945
Dr. George francis WHYTE, for many years a well known practitioner in Dundee, collapsed and died on March 6 while on duty as chairman of the Dundee Medical Board.
He was born in Nairnshire on Jan 5 ,1873, son of the Rev. John Whyte, and was educated at Nairn Academy, at George Watson's College, Edinburgh, and at Edinburgh University.
He Graduated M.B. , C.M.Ed. in 1896, and went to Dundee at the turn of the century. He was assistant surgeon to the Dundee Royal Infermary 1907-12, served throughout the last war as an officer of the R.A.M.C. Territorial reserve, reaching the rank of Lieut. Colonel, and was awarded the Croix de Guerre with Gold Star and the Territorial Decoration,
Dr. Whyte, who joined the B.M.A. 45 years ago, had held office as president of the Forfarshire Medical Association and vice-chairman of the St. Andrew's Ambulance Asociation; he had also been chairman of he Dundee Panel comittee.
He retired from practice in 1938, but came back into harness as chairman of the Medical Recruiting Boars for the Dundee area.
He is missed by colleagues and by many friends.

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