Buckston Browne

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Sir Buckston Browne

Sir George Buckston Browne FRCS (1850-1945) was a British surgeon and pioneer urologist.

In 1927 he bought Charles Darwin's former home Down House and founded the Buckston Brown Research Farm in Downe in 1931. The Buckston Browne Prize is named for him.

References[edit]

  • Dobson, J & Sir Cecil Wakeley (1957) Sir George Buckstone Browne E&S Livingstone Ltd, London.