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Thomas Pettigrew

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  1. sometimes known as "Mummy" Pettigrew, was a surgeon and antiquarian who became an expert on Ancient Egyptian mummies

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  2. born 1791

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  3. died 1865

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  4. became well known in London social circles for his private parties in which he unrolled and autopsied mummies for the entertainment of his guests

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  5. Born in London in 1791, Thomas Pettigrew took medical studies, first as assistant to his father, who was a naval surgeon, and later as an apprentice at the Borough Hospitals

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