Birth: 1858 - December Quarter
Place or Registered Place of Birth: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Baptism: Not Known
Place of Baptism: Not Known
Death: 11 September 1927 - Aged 68
Place or Registered Place of Death: Northampton, Northamptonshire
Father: George Edward Paget
Mother: Clara Fardell
Spouse(s): Ethel Pilkington Brandreth
Date of Marriage: 1890 - June Quarter
Place or Registered Place of Marriage: Brentford, Midd;esex
George Godfrey Brandreth Paget (1891-1914)
British Medical Journal - 1 October 1927.
Dr. Charles Edward Paget, who died on September 11th, at the age of 68, was the second of four sons of Sir George Paget, K.C.B., Regius Professor of Physic at Cambridge, and nephew of Sir James Paget, Bt., the famous surgeon.....He leaves a widow but no children, his only son having been killed in the war.
Family, love, and work in the lives of Victorian gentlewomen By Mildred Jeanne Peterson
Charles and Ethel lived in the north of England where he was the medical officer of health in Salford.
List of Carthusians:
Paget, Charles Edward, 1874. Son of Dr. George Edward Paget, b. 1858.
British Medical Journal - October 1, 1927
Dr. CHARLES EDWARD PAGET, who died on September 11th at the age of 68, was the second of four sons of the late Sir George Paget, K.C.B., Regius Professor of Physic at Cambridge, and nephew of Sir James Paget, Bt., the famous surgeon. Charles Paget went from Charterhouse to St. Bartholomew's Hospital, and obtained the diplomas M.R.C.S. Eng. in 1882, the L. R.C.P. Lond. in 1883, and the Diploma of Public Health of the English Conjoint Board in 1889. He acted for some time as private secretary to Sir James Paget, and in 1883 was appointed medical officer in charge of the Westmoreland combined sanitary districts. Six years later he became medical officer of the borough of Salford, and in 1897 he was appointed medical officer of health for Northamptonshire, which post he held until March, 1926. He was a Fellow of the Society of Medical Officers of Health, and president of its North-Western Branch in 1893. For some years he acted as lecturer and examiner in public health at the University of Manchester. . His literary contributions included a pamphlet entitled Healthy Schools, the handbook of the International Health Exhibition in 1884, and The Arrangement and Construction of School Sanatoria; he also collected and edited some of the lectures of Sir George Paget, supplying a memoir of his father. Dr. Paget was for many years a member of the British Medical Association, and in 1895 was secretary of the. Section of Public Medicine at the Annual Meeting; in the following year he was vice-president of that Section, and in 1910 he was vice-president of the Section of State Medicine. He leaves a widow but no children, his only son having been killed in the war.
2, St Peters Terrace, Cambridge St Mary The Less, Cambridgeshire
George E. Paget - Head - Married - 71 - Physician M.D. Regius Professor of Physic, University of Cambridge - Yarmouth, Norfolk
Clara M. Paget - Daughter - Single - 23 - Cambridge
Charles E. Paget - Son - Single - 22 - Cambridge
Rose Elizabeth Paget - Daughter - Single - 21 - Cambridge
Violet Emma Paget - Daughter - Single - 21 - Cambridge
North Bentcliffe, Bentcliffe Park, Pendleton, Salford, Lancashire
Charles E. Paget - Head - Married - 32 - Medical Officer of Health Salford Corporation - Cambridge
Ethel P. Paget - Wife - 25 - Standish, Lancashire
Great Houghton House, Great Houghton, Northamptonshire
Charles E. Paget - Head - 42 - Medical Officer of Health, Northamptonshire
Ethel P. - Wife - 35
George G.B. - Son - 9 - Pendleton Salford, Lancashire
Great Houghton House, nr. Northampton
Charles Edward Paget - Head - 52 - Married - Medical Officer of Health - County Council - Cambridge
Ethel Pilkington Paget - Wife - 45 - Married 20 years - 1 surviving child - Standish, Lancashire
Dr. Charles Edward Paget