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Joshua Lambert Vardy 1803 - 1871

February 09, 2009

Joshua Lambert Vardy **1803? - 1871 **MD LAC 1827 was an orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy some time after 1845.

Joshua Lambert Vardy served on the Medical Council of the London Homeopathic Hospital. He was also a Surgeon at the South Metropolitan Midwifery Institution and a member of the South London Medical Society.

Joshua Lambert Vardy was a member of the British Homeopathic Society. He was a colleague of Hugh CameronJohn Chapman, Matthew James Chapman, Edward Charles Chepmell, Paul Francois Curie, John James Drysdale, Harris F Dunsford, Edward Hamilton, Joseph Kidd, Thomas Robinson Leadam, J Bell Metcalfe, Victor Massol, Frederick Hervey Foster Quin, Henry Reynolds, John Rutherford Russell, David Wilson, Stephen Yeldham and many others.

Joshua Lambert Vardy was born in Warminster in Wiltshire, where he was insured for the properties 9 and 10 Chapel Street Chapman Street and 1 and 2 Anthony Street in 1830.

Joshua Lambert Vardy was also insured as a chemist and druggist at 39 Great Surrey Street Blackfriars Road in 1830, and he practiced at 53 Stamford Street Blackfriars Road in London with Stephen Yeldham.

Joshua Lambert Vardy’s Obituary is in The Homeopathic Medical Directory of Great Britain and Ireland in 1871.

Of interest:

Joshua Lambert Vardy - 1834 was an ordained priest and missionary who sailed with John Hill on the second voyage of the Duff in 1798-9. It seems that he then became a printer.

Joshua Lambert Vardy junior aged 8, son of Joshua Lambert Vardy, surgeon, 53, Stamford Street was enrolled at St. Paul’s School in ?1830s. (Joshua Lambert Vardy senior and his wife also lost two children whilst living at Stamford Street). Joshua Lambert Vardy Junior LRCP Edin.1860 in 1878 he was a surgeon living at 293 Lake Rd Hampshire and in 1880, he lived at 72 and 74 Commercial Rd. Southsea.

Richard E Vardy of Warminster published a paper on Medical Electricity in 1850.


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