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Dr Lindsay Dey CBE
Born(1886-05-31)May 31, 1886
Died(1973-07-22)July 22, 1973
EducationUniversity of Sydney
TitlePresident (1946-1959)
Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children
Spouse(s)1937, Marie, née Middleton
Children3 sons 2 daughters
Parent(s)Dr Robert Dey

Lindsay Alexander Dey CBE (31 May 1886 – 22 July 1973)[1] was an Australian paediatric physician who was the president of the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children's Board of Management from 1946 until 1959.[2][3]

Early life

Dey was born at Petersham, New South Wales, the son of Dr Robert Dey. He went up to the University of Sydney in 1922 from whence he graduated M.B. in 1910 and Ch.M. in 1912.[4]

Medical career

In 1917 Dey became an honorary medical officer at Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children. He was a member of the council of the New South Wales branch of the British Medical Association from 1926 until 1946, and president in 1937-38.[2]


Lindsay Dey and his wife Marie, a nursing sister, had three sons and two daughters. Three of his children followed him into medicine. Dr David Lindsay Dey, MBMS (Syd), FRACS, became a paediatric surgeon, specialising in cleft lips as well as general plastic surgery, Robert Lindsay Dey, MBBS (Syd) joined the family practice at North Sydney and his daughter, Dr Judith Dey AO, MBBS (Syd), DCH (Lon), followed him in the medical speciality of paediatrics.[5]



  1. ^ Genealogy - Lindsay Alexander Dey (1886 - 1973)
  2. ^ a b Who's Who in Australia 1968 (Melb, 1968) pp 248
  3. ^ "NEW B.M.A. PRESIDENT". The Sydney Morning Herald (30, 954). New South Wales, Australia. 19 March 1937. p. 12. Retrieved 15 December 2017 – via National Library of Australia.
  4. ^ "Alumni Sidneienses". University of Sydney. Retrieved 2011-10-18.
  5. ^ Paediatrician ahead of her time as feminist activist. Retrieved 18 May 2016.
  6. ^ "It's an Honour". Australian Government. Retrieved 18 October 2011.
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