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From: "J A Olsen" <>
Subject: Re: [CHS] Henry HILL - Veterinary Surgeon
Date: Mon, 07 Jan 2002 23:37:54 +0000
In Scotland only a fully qualified Vet can own a practice. The rule has
occasionally been waived, eg to allow a son time to qualify and take over
his deceased father's business.
I think the same professional body operates throughout the UK -Royal
College of Veterinary Surgeons I think- and would need to keep its registers
up to date for that and many other reasons.
So the sale of the property or business might be one way to look, but
contacting the College would probably be easier, if you have not already
By the way, couldn't Henry have died away from home? It would be registered
in the place he died, even if he was brought home for burial...but I guess
there are a lot of Henry HILLs to look through.
>From: "Tony Smith" <>
>Subject: [CHS] Henry HILL - Veterinary Surgeon
>Date: Mon, Jan 7, 2002, 11:08 pm
> Greetings from Sydney, Australia.
> I have my wife Carol's ancestor Henry HILL, age 60, Veterinary Surgeon, of
> King Street, Knutsford, Cheshire and his family in the 1901 census.
> Have information that Henry had died by 1927. Trawled through deaths index
> looking for a Henry HILL of right age dying in the Altrincham registration
> district, but without any success.
> Does SKS have access to directories or other information which would locate
> him there into the 20th century. Don't want to wait until the 1911 census
> is released.
> Any information most welcome.
> Tony Smith
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