Leonard Gillespie grave monument in Pere Lachaise (Pt2) cemetery, Paris
Leonard Gillespie grave monument: legible names and details
|Dr Leonard Gillespie||1842||83||1759||first name on monument||Gillespie was born in Armagh to a family of Scottish descent and trained in Dublin and later Edinburgh He joined the Royal Navy as a surgeon in 1781 and travelled extensively and in 1805 he was officially attached to HMS Victory but was ashore suffering from gout on the day of the battle of Trafalgar He was also inspector of Naval Hospitals in Malta Sicily Gibraltar and Naples He retired from the navy in 1819 and settled in Paris He was the author of two books on tropical diseases|
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Pere Lachaise (Pt2) cemetery