Moises, Hugh


M.D. 13.4.1798 on testimonials signed by George Pearson M.D. and Andrew Thynne, M.D., London.


Born c. 1773 youngest son of Rev. Edward Moises, vicar of Masham, Yorkshire and rector of Kirby Malzerd. [Minister]


Apprenticed 1791 to Robert Thompson, surgeon, Nottingham.

Studied in London. Surgeon West Middlesex Regiment and practised Pimlico. Non-suited in an action for slander, 1799 - 1803 against Dr. Thornton, who had called him a quack. [Doctor]

2nd assistant surgeon Ordnance Medical Department 1810.

Retired on half pay 1813.


Treatise on the blood. (London: Printed for T. Evans, 1794?)


Died 17.5.1819 aged 46.


  • UYSM110SB43.57
  • P.J. Wallis and R.V. Wallis, Eighteenth Century Medics (Newcastle, 1988)
  • W. Johnston, Roll of Commissioned Officers in the Medical Service of the British Army 1727-1898 (Aberdeen, 1917) 3274
  • Scots Magazine 15.6.1799
  • Gentleman's Magazine 1819 ii p184