Edward Berdoe

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Edward Berdoe
Born 7 March 1836
Died 1916 (aged c80)
Nationality  United Kingdom
Occupation Physician
Known for Medicine, author

Edward Berdoe (1836 – 1916) was a physician during the Crimean and American Civil Wars, educated in England and Scotland. He was also an authority on the poet Robert Browning,[1] and was on the committee of the London Browning Society from its beginning in 1881 to its dissolution in 1894.[2] He has been credited with writing the novel St. Bernard’s. The romance of a medical student by Aesculapius Scalpel, which went into a second edition in 1888.[3]


  1. ^ The Browning Cyclopaedia (1891).
  2. ^ "BERDOE, Edward". Who's Who. Vol. 59. 1907. p. 138. 
  3. ^ [1]. Catalogue 187 of Jarndyce Antiquarian Booksellers, London. Accessed June 10, 2010.

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