Theodore Dyke Acland

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About Theodore Dyke Acland

Theodore Dyke Acland MD, FRCP, FRCS (14 November 1851 – 16 April 1931) was an English physician, surgeon and author and was the son-in-law of Sir William Gull, a leading London medical practitioner and one of the Physicians-in-Ordinary to HM Queen Victoria. For many years Acland was the Medical Adviser to the government of the Sudan.

His publications included The Future of the Tuberculous Soldier and A Collection of the Published Writings of William Withey Gull published by the New Sydenham Society (1894).

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  • First Name: T D
  • Surname: Acland
  • Nationality: British
  • Information: Major & Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Royal Army Medical Corps Territorial Force
  • Rank: Temporary Lieutenant Colonel
  • Campaign Medals: Victory Medal and British war Medal
  • Service: British Army
  • Regiment: Royal Army Medical Corps
  • Seniority Date: 10/10/17
  • Collection: UK Army List 1918
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Theodore Dyke Acland's Timeline

1851
November 14, 1851
Devon, England
1889
May 14, 1889
Age 37
1890
November 7, 1890
Age 38
London, Middlesex, England UK
1931
April 16, 1931
Age 79
England