Fremantle, Francis Edward

Fremantle (1872-1943, knighted 1932) was educated at Eton and Balliol College, Oxford. He was plague officer in India, country medical officer of Health for Hertfordshire (1902-16), member of London County Council (1919-22), president of the Epidemiological Section, Royal Society of Medicine (1928-30), member of the Industrial Health Research Board (1930-34) and fellow and vice-president of the Royal Sanitary Institute. A Unionist Member of Parliament from 1919, he was chairperson of the Parliamentary Medical Committee and of the Unionist Health and Housing Committee (1925-43).

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Source: www ; wsw 1938; Parl. Comp . 1938.

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