James Walker (physician)

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James Walker, FRS (c. 1720 - 22 February 1789) was a British physician.

He matriculated from Brasenose College, in 1734. He lived in Springhead, near Hull. He was elected Fellow of the Royal Society on 9 June 1774. He is the grandfather of Sir James Walker, 1st Baronet (1803–1883).[1]

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