William Nicol (surgeon)
In 1810, Nicol went to Bombay on board the ship Carmarthen as surgeon. Nicol settled in Bombay in 1820 and founded the firm of Wm. Nicol & Co. in Bombay, in 1820. He left Bombay in 1828. Nicol retired from Wm. Nicol & Co. in 1839, and went to England.
Nicol was later a J.P. and Deputy Lieutenant for Kincardineshire.
He married his cousin Margaret Dyce Nicol (1799–1860) in Bombay on 4 January 1822. They had no issue.
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by William Nicol
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