Month: March 2021

31 Mar, 2021

Opening up the Body: The Post Mortem Case Books of St George’s Hospital

By Natasha Shillingford History of St George’s Hospital St George’s Hospital opened in 1733 at Lanesborough House, Hyde Park Corner in London, in what was then a countryside location. The hospital was founded by four men, Henry Hoare, William Wogan, Robert Witham and the Reverend Patrick Cockburn, who collectively founded the Westminster Public Infirmary in […]

2 Mar, 2021

New RQG Member – Richard Forty

Aberdeen based Richard has a Postgraduate Diploma in Genealogical, Palaeographic and Heraldic Studies from the University of Strathclyde (2020), having previously done the Certificate in 2018. He also has a PhD in History from the University of Aberdeen (via part-time study) (2014). His thesis was on the 2nd Earl of Fife, an 18thcentury Scottish nobleman […]