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F H Appleby, Mayor of Newark

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:F H Appleby, Mayor of Newark
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Mayor 1899-1900 and 1909-10. A noted local physician, Dr Frederick Henry Appleby (1843 - 1918) began his career in Newark when he became House Surgeon at the old Newark Hospital on Albert Street in 1865. In 1871 Dr Appleby moved into private practice as a partner in the firm of Lacy, Hodgkinson, Matterson and Appleby whose surgery was on Boar Lane. Following his purchase of Barnbygate House, the practice - now listed as simply Matterson and Appleby - was carried on from the house itself. During the first world war Dr Appleby was appointed medical officer to the Royal Engineers' training centre in Newark. He attained the rank of Surgeon Lieutenant Colonel of the Sherwood Foresters. (information from