When his busy and honourable life ended at his home on Kingsland Road on 21 st December 1824, the medical profession did nothing to commemorate him, perhaps because his political views meant that he was never an Establishment figure. He was buried at St Leonard’s Church, and though no stone bearing his name exists, a memorial plaque was erected there in 1955, 200 years after his birth. In 1961 the governors of the London Hospital provided another memorial plaque, placed at the furniture factory of Lewis Wolf and Sons at 1 Hoxton Place, on the site of his birthplace, home and practice (though the original building was long ago demolished). Fortunately, there was belated recognition for the life of James Parkinson, Jacobin doctor, polymath, humanist and one of the leading figures of the Enlightenment.
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