Charles Williams Windship United States

Biography of Charles Williams Windship

Charles Williams Windship graduated MD from the University in 1797. He was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and held an MA from Harvard (1793).

Among Windship's publications were An introductory discourse on the phenomena of vitality, or, laws of mobility and motion in animal bodies (1818) based on a paper which he delivered at the Exchange Coffee House, in 1817, at the request of Dr William Ingalls, Professor of Anatomy and Surgery at Harvard; and a Discourse on religion and doctrines delivered before the First Society of Free Enquirers, in Boston, November 15, 1829.


Charles Williams Windship
Born 22 June 1774.
Died 27 August 1852.
GU Degree: MD, 1797;
University Link: Honorary Graduate
Occupation categories: physicians
English snippet: Honorary graduate of the University of Glasgow
Record last updated: 26th Mar 2013

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  • Honorary Graduate