1744, Feb 231824, Aug 31
an English physician, miscellaneous writer, and Fellow of the Royal Society. After building up a good practice in Chester, Falconer, at the suggestion of Dr. John Fothergill, removed to Bath, Somerset in January 1770, where he was equally successful. On 18 March 1773 he became F.R.S. On 12 May 1784 he was elected physician to the Bath General Hospital, an appointment which he retained until 10 February 1819. Falconer was a frequent contributor to the transactions of learned societies.
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