|Philip Henry Pye-Smith|
|Born||30 August 1839
|Died||23 May 1914
|Alma mater||University of London|
He was born in 1839 at Billiter Square, London EC3, England, the son of Ebenezer and Mary Anne Pye-Smith. He was educated at Mill Hill School and University College London before pursuing a medical career at Guy's Hospital and University of London.
In 1894 he married Emily Gertrude Foulger, the daughter of Arthur Foulger and Martha Barclay, founder of Walthamstow Hall, an independent girls school. They had one son, Philip Howson Guy Pye-Smith, born 1896, London.
Pye-Smith died in 1914 and was buried in the family tomb at Abney Park Cemetery, Stoke Newington in north-east London. The tomb lies on the east side of the main southern path known as Dr Watt's Walk. His wife, Emily Gertrude Pye-Smith (1860-1923) lies with him. The grave also commemorates the loss of their only child, Lt Philip Howson Guy Pye-Smith (1896-1917) killed "near Arras" during the First World War.
- Elected a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in 1870.
- Elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1886.
- Representative to Senate of the University of London from 1902 to 1908, and was vice-chancellor from 1903 to 1905.
- Representative to the General Medical Council from 1899 to 1909.
- Presentation of Lumleian lectures "The Ætiology of Disease" in 1892.
- Presentation of Harveian Oration "Pathology as the Basis of Rational Medicine" in 1893.
- Publication: An Introduction to the study of diseases of the skin in 1893.
- Publication: Revised Principles and practice of medicine by Charles Hilton Fagge in 1888.
- Vice-chancellor of University of London
- President of the Pathological Society of London, 1907
In St. Mark, North Audley St, Westminster there are two-stained glass windows in the memory of Philip Henry Pye-Smith.
- "Philip Henry Pye-Smith, M.D., F.R.C.P., F.R.S". BMJ. 1 (2787): 1215–1216. 1914. PMC . doi:10.1136/bmj.1.2787.1215.
- Philip Henry Pye-Smith. Royal College of Physicians of London
- Roll of Honour – Bedfordshie – Ampthill, St Andrews & The Alameda Lieutenant Philip Howson Guy Pye-Smith was killed in action 15 May 1917.
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