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George Lydston Crimp

George Lydston Crimp was born 25 February 1876,

He was capped in the XI in 1893 and 1894 and in the XV 1893-94.

He won the Stuart Exhibition to Caius College taking his degree in Natural Sciences in 1897 and a BC in 1902. Choosing medicine, he qualified in 1905.

He was Assistant Demonstrator in Pathology at Cambridge from 1899 to 1900, becoming Deputy Professor of Pathology at the Medical School in Cairo from 1903 t 1904 before returning home to practice at Walton-on-Thames until 1916. Hhe served in the RAMC in the Great was before returning to private practise.

Outside of medicine he was a cultured man, and was a Fellow of the Royal Society of Antiquaries and a regular supporter of the British Museum.

He served as Master of the Lodge in 1902-03 and was a Founder of the Chapter, and Z in 1928.

He died 24 September 1938.