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1901 census source RG13; Piece: 4526; Folio: 14; Page: 19/20 place Hunmanby dwelling schedule 115, Field House John Cranswick 47 Rudston Charlotte Cranswick 45 Bridlington Edith E Cranswick 19 Sydney Cranswick 18 Bank Clerk Edwin Cranswick 16 Alan Cranswick 11 Vera Cranswick 10 Wilfred Cranswick 8 Jack Cranswick 7 Hunmanby Donald Ganswick 5 Hunmanby
Edith ella Cranswick married junqt1910 Bridlington to Gordon wilson Thomas children Howard Cranswick Thomas sepqt1911 Leominster Edith M Thomas decqt1913 Leominster Agnes E Thomas junqt1918 Wakefield Brian Gordon Thomas decqt1924 Wakefield
1911 census source RG14; Piece: 15807; Schedule Number: 155 district 340 place Leominster dwelling 46 Etnam Street Gordon Wilson Thomas head m 29 Physician and Surgeon Llanelly wales Edith Ellen Thomas wife m 29 married under 1 year Hunmanby, Yorks Ellen Maria Wheeler serv 25 Cook Llangrove Annie Davies serv 20 housemaid Hertford
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Plarr's Lives of the Fellows Online, Royal college of Sugeons
Thomas, Gordon Wilson (1881 - 1943)
MRCS 9 February 1905; FRCS 8 December 1910; MB BS London 1905; LRCP 1905.
Born 18 June 1881, Llanelly, Wales
Died 26 November 1943, Guildford, Surrey
Occupation, General Surgeon.
Born at Llanelly, South Wales on 18 June 1881, second son of Henry Roger Thomas and Edith Anne Thomas, his wife. He was educated at the Friends School, Bootham, entered the Leeds Medical School in 1898, and afterwards studied at the London Hospital, whence he took the London and Conjoint qualifications in 1905. He then served during four years as house surgeon, house physician, resident obstetric officer and resident casualty officer at the Leeds General Infirmary, and took the Fellowship in December 1910.
Thomas settled in practice at Wakefield, where he became surgeon and subsequently consulting surgeon to the Clayton Hospital, and lived at The Elms, 9 Bond Street, Wakefield. He was a member of the Leeds and West Riding Medico-chirurgical Society and in 1930-32 was chairman of the Wakefield, Pontefract and Castleford division of the British Medical Association.
He married in 1910 Edith Ella Cranswick, who survived him with two sons and a daughter.
Thomas retired in August 1943 to Sunnyhurst, 8 Downside Road, Guildford, Surrey, where he died on 26 November 1943.
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