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Adelstein, Abraham Manie [Abe] (1916–1992), occupational physician and medical statistician, was born on 28 March 1916 at Trichard, eastern Transvaal, South Africa, the fourth of five children (four boys and one girl) of Nathan Adelstein, miller in Trichard, and Rosie Cohen, both Jewish immigrants from ...

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Barry, Martin (1802–1855), microscopist and embryologist, was born on 28 March 1802 at Fratton, Hampshire, one of three or more children whose father had a mercantile concern in Nova Scotia, with ships trading along the coast and with the West Indies. Barry received a liberal education and, following his father's death, which left him with independent means, he spent some time with a relative in the ...

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Beddington, Rosa Susan Penelope (1956–2001), developmental biologist, was born on 23 March 1956 at King's College Hospital, Denmark Hill, London, the second daughter of (Julian) Roy Beddington, artist and writer, of Esseborne Manor, Hurstbourne Tarrant, Andover, Hampshire, and his wife, Anna Dorothy, née...

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Bryden, James Lumsdaine (1833–1880), surgeon and medical statistician, was born in Edinburgh; little is known of his parents or his early life. He attended Edinburgh high school and then Edinburgh University, where he obtained the licentiateship of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh...

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Donald, Ian (1910–1987), obstetrician and developer of ultrasound, was born on 27 December 1910 in Liskeard, Cornwall, the eldest in the family of two surviving sons and two daughters of John Donald (d. 1927), medical practitioner, and his wife, Helen Barrow, née...

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Drummond, James Lawson (1783–1853), anatomist and naturalist, was born at Larne, co. Antrim, in May 1783, the second son (there was also a daughter) of William Drummond (d. c.1786), a Royal Navy surgeon, and his wife, Rose (née Hare). His elder brother was ...

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Farmer, Frank Taylor (1912–2004), medical physicist, was born on 18 September 1912 at Warbrick, Mount Road, Bexleyheath, Kent, the younger son and youngest of three children of Robert Crosbie Farmer (1877–1960), research chemist, and his wife, Maud Mary, née Sharpe. After education at ...

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Forster, Thomas Ignatius Maria (1789–1860), writer on science and phrenologist, was born on 9 November 1789 in London. He was the eldest son of the botanist and antiquarian Thomas Furly Forster (1761–1825), and his wife, Susanna Williams. He was a nephew of Edward...

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Gardner, Martin John (1940–1993), medical statistician, was born on 25 July 1940 at 253 Coventry Road, Ilford, Essex, the eldest child in the family of two sons and two daughters of Thomas Murray Gardner, marine superintendent, and his wife, Nellie, née Jackson. Educated at ...

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Goddard, Jonathan (bap. 1617, d. 1675), physician, chemist, and anatomist, was baptized at St Mary, Chatham, Kent, on 2 February 1617, the son of Henry Goddard, a wealthy Deptford shipbuilder. Goddard entered Magdalen Hall, Oxford, as a commoner in 1632 and for four years '...

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Robert Edmond Grant (1793–1874) by Thomas Herbert Maguire, 1852 ? National Portrait Gallery, London

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Grant, Robert Edmond (1793–1874), comparative anatomist and transmutationist, was born in Edinburgh on 11 November 1793. He was the seventh son in the family of twelve sons and two daughters of Alexander Grant (d. 1808), a wealthy writer to the signet, and ...

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Greenwood, Major (1880–1949), epidemiologist and medical statistician, was born in Shoreditch, east London, on 9 August 1880, the eldest son and only surviving child of Major Greenwood (1854–1917), general practitioner, and his wife, Annie (1858–1904), daughter of P. C. Burchell MB. Greenwood's two younger siblings both died of tuberculosis in infancy; his mother died of the same disease shortly after he had qualified in medicine. During ...

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Halliburton, William Dobinson (1860–1931), physiologist and biochemist, was born in London on 21 June 1860, the only son of Thomas Halliburton, a Yorkshireman, of Upper Norwood, and his wife, Mary Homan. He was educated privately and at University College School, London, and subsequently at ...

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Harley, George (1829–1896), physician and physiological chemist, was born on 12 February 1829 at Harley House, Haddington, East Lothian, the only son of George Barclay Harley (1766–1832), a landowner, and his wife, Margaret, née Macbeath (1788/9–1845). His father was sixty-three at the time of his birth, and his mother was forty. After his father's death he was raised by his mother and maternal grandmother. He received his early education at the ...

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Harris, Sir Henry (1925–2014), cell biologist, was born in Potchep, Russia, on 28 January 1925, the son of Sam and Ann Khoros, Russian Jewish immigrants. He never spoke of his origins and his autobiography started at the age of four with ‘my earliest memories’ in ...

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Harrison, Sir Richard John (1920–1999), anatomist and marine biologist, was born on 8 October 1920 at 30 Carson Road, Norwood, London, the son of Geoffrey Arthur Harrison, reader in chemical pathology at London University (St Bartholomew's), and Theodora Beatrice Mary, née West. From ...

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Samuel Haughton (1821–1897) by Sarah Purser, 1883 ? Estate of Sarah Henrietta Purser; by kind permission of the Board of Trinity College Dublin

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Haughton, Samuel (1821–1897), geologist and physiologist, was born on 21 December 1821 in Carlow, Ireland, the second of three sons of Samuel Haughton (1786–1874), merchant, and his wife, Sarah (d. 1861), who was the daughter of John Hancock, a linen merchant from ...

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Hill, Sir (Austin) Bradford [Tony] (1897–1991), medical statistician, was born on 8 July 1897 in Hampstead, London, the third of four sons and third of six children of Sir Leonard Erskine Hill (1866–1952), professor of physiology at the London Hospital medical college, and his wife, ...