Wikidata-logo.svg Percy Furnivall
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Nativitas: 1868; Londinium
Obitus: 1938;
Patria: Britanniarum Regnum, Britanniarum Regnum


Munus: medicus


Coniunx: Olive Mary Butlin
Proles: Mary Frances Furnivall, Jean Furnivall, Ruth Furnivall

Percy Furnivall (natus die 5 Aprilis 1867; mortuus 3 Maii 1938)[1] fuit birotarius Anglicus, totius mundi victor anno 1885.[2] Fuit etiam chirurgus nosocomii Sancti Marci Londinii et professor chirurgiae apud Collegium Regium Chirurgorum Londiniense. Percy Furnivall fuit filius philologi F. J. Furnivall uxorisque eius Eleanorae Nickel Dalziel (1838?–1937). In matrimonium duxit Olive Mary Butlin (1874-1973), filiam chirurgi Henrici Trentham Butlin.[3] Fuit studiosus carcinomatis, et ipse carcinomatis causa mortuus est. De aegritudine sua in British Medical Journal scripserat.[4]



  1. GENUKI/Devon: Northam MIs - tomb nos. Z2 S9 to Zzc 9 apud
  2. en:List of Old Gowers#F
  3. Butlin, Sir Henry Trentham - Plarr's Lives of the Fellows Online Biographical entry apud
  4. "Tragedies from radium treatment are of frequent occurrence, and the publicity given to radium treatment of cancer is a disgrace to the Minister of Health and the vested interests which charge fantastic prices for this body-destroying substance. I do not wish my worst enemy the prolonged hell I have been through with radium neuritis and myalgia over six months."[1]


  • Frederick James Furnivall: a volume of personal record (Londinii: Henry Frowde, 1911) p. xli.
  • William S. Peterson, "Furnivall, Frederick James (1825-1910)" in Oxford Dictionary of National Biography ed. H. C. G. Matthew and Brian Harrison (Oxonii: Oxford University Press, 2004) Versio interretialis venundata

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