BRADLEY, William Henry

BRADLEY, William Henry. 6.10.1807 — Sandgate 22.8.1881. British Physician in India. Medical training in London (M.D. 1829), then served as naval surgeon. In 1837 joined Bombay Army as Assistant Surgeon, promoted Surgeon 1849 and Surgeon Major 1860. He served in Bhil campaign, Afghanistan (1839-40), Nagpur, from 1844 in Nizam’s service, then in Persian campaign (1856-57) and the 1857 rebellion. Retired 1862. Married, children.

Publications: “Statistics of the Circar of Dowlutabad” MJLS 15, 1848 (1849), 481-551; “Statistical Report of the Circar of Pytun”, MJLS 16, 1850, 235-279 (Paithan).

On Buddhist caves in Daulatabad, JBRAS 5:1, 1853, 117-124; also published geological and meteorological observations.

Sources: https://livesonline.rcseng.ac.uk/client/en_GB/lives/search/detailnonmodal/ent:$002f$002fSD_ASSET$002f0$002fSD_ASSET:373134/one; not in Br. Biogr. Arch. 1st and 2nd Series, not in N.U.C..

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