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Errol Solomon Meyers

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Professor Errol Solomon Meyers (9 August 1890 – 11 February 1956) was a prominent Brisbane doctor and one of the founding fathers of the University of Queensland School of Medicine in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. He was a leader in medical and dental education in Queensland. Meyers also served with distinction during World War I. Early life Errol Solomon Meyers was born in South Brisbane on 9 August 1890, the son of Ernest Ralph Meyers, a dentist, who migrated from Liverpool, England, and practiced for a time in Brisbane. His mother was Savine Lenneberg, whose father, a native of Prussia, ran the Shakespeare Hotel in George Street. Errol's father left the family to live in Western Australia, leaving his wife to raise their two young sons. She became the manageress of the Grand Hotel and later the Pacific Hotel at Southport. Meyers attended the Southport State School and then the Brisbane Grammar School. As he wished to study medicine the family moved to Sydney where
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