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Sir George Murray Humphry (1820–1896)

Humphry, George Murray, Sir. An English surgeon and author; born at Sudbury, Suffolk, July 1820; died in 1896. He became professor of anatomy at Cambridge in 1866, and from 1883 held the professorship of surgery. Among his publications may be mentioned: ‘A Treatise on the Human Skeleton’ (1858); ‘On Myology’ (1872); ‘Vivisection: What Good Has It Done?’ (1882); ‘Guide to Cambridge’ (1883); ‘Old Age and Changes Incidental to It’ (1885), an oration.