|History||He served as a doctor in the British army during the Peninsular; after that war he gained professional qualifications at Paris in 1816 and set up a practice in London not long after; he was instrumental, with his wife Louisa, in introducing John Franklin to his first wife Elanor Anne Porden.|
|Key Events||Died 4 August 1853 at his home in Tubridge Wells, Kent|
|Address||62 Conduit Street, London (c1819); Belvedere, Tunbridge Wells, Kent (1851-1853)|
|Source||Munks Roll of Royal College of Physicians Vol 3 (online); Wellington's Men Remembered, Volume 2 (online)|
|Authorised Form of Name||Thomson; Thomas (1775-1853); physician|
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