Kinglake graduated Doctor of Medicine at the university of Göttingen, and also studied at the university of Edinburgh. At Taunton Kinglake attended public meetings and made speeches in support of the first Reform Bill.
1765–1842) was an English physician, known as a medical writer After practising for some years as a surgeon at Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, he moved to Chilton-upon-Polden in Somerset, and in 1802 to Taunton. At this period Kinglake worked part-time for the Pneumatic Institution.
He was a member of the Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh, the Physical Society of Göttingen, and other learned bodies.