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Biographical entry Souter, Charles Henry (1864 - 1944)

Born
11 October 1864
Aberdeen, Scotland
Died
20 August 1944
North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Occupation
Physician

Summary

Charles Henry Souter practised medicine in various country towns in South Australia before moving to North Adelaide, where he practised from 1925-44. He also published four collections of verse: "Irish Lords" (1912), "To Many Ladies" (1917), "The Mallee Fire" (1923) and "The Lonely Rose" (1935). Souter contributed to the "Bulletin", particularly ballads, shanties and poems and appeared as an expert on 5AD's radio session, "Information Please".

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1887
Education - Bachelor of Medicine (MB) and Master of Surgery (ChM) completed at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland
c. 1889 - c. 1905
Career position - Ship's Surgeon
1906
Career position - Private practice in Adelaide
1907 - 1909
Career position - Private practice in Clarendon, South Australia
1910 - 1923
Career position - Private practice in Prospect, South Australia
1923 - 1924
Career position - Private practice in Whyalla, South Australia
1925 - 1944
Career position - Private practice in North Adelaide

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