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Bunker, Henry James (1897–1975), microbiologist, was born in London on 27 April 1897, younger son and third child of Charles James Garibaldi Bunker (1864–1916), a pharmacist, and his wife, Kate Waterfield (1862–1944). He was educated at St Olave's Grammar School, London, from 1906. His schooling completed in 1915, he served in the First World War as an NCO and later a commissioned officer of the ...

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Butlin, Kenneth Rupert (1897–1965), microbiologist, was born on 3 November 1897 in Kettering, Northamptonshire, the son of Walter Isaac Butlin (d. c.1933), footwear manufacturer and later insurance agent, and his second wife, Sarah Jane. He was educated at nearby Oundle School...

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Dalton, Sir Howard (1944–2008), microbiologist, was born at Woodside Nursing Home, Epsom Road, Sutton, Surrey, on 8 February 1944, the son of Leslie Alfred Dalton, lorry driver, and his wife, Florence Gertrude, née Evans. At the time of his birth registration his parents lived at ...

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Datta [née Goddard], Naomi (1922–2008), microbiologist, was born on 17 September 1922 at 2 Cleveland Square, Bayswater, London, the second daughter of Alexander Goddard (1867–1956), secretary to the Chartered Surveyors' Institution, and his wife, Ellen Henrietta, née Illingworth (1878/9–1946). When their father retired in 1932 the family moved to ...

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Downie, Allan Watt (1901–1988), medical microbiologist, was born on 5 September 1901 in Rosehearty, Aberdeenshire, the fifth child in the family of seven sons and one daughter of William Downie, a deep-sea fisherman, and his wife, Margaret Watt, daughter of a fisherman from ...

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Dudgeon, (John) Alastair (1916–1989), microbiologist, was born on 9 November 1916 in Stanhope Place, Bayswater, London, the youngest in the family of two sons and one daughter of Leonard Stanley Dudgeon (1876–1938), professor of pathology and dean of St Thomas's Hospital, London, and his wife, ...

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Evans, Sir David Gwynne (1909–1984), microbiologist, was born in Atherton, Lancashire, on 6 September 1909, third of the four children of Frederick George Evans from Pembroke, an Atherton headmaster, and his wife, Margaretta Eleonora Williams, a schoolteacher from Bangor. His elder brother, Meredith Evans...

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Fildes, Sir Paul Gordon (1882–1971), microbiologist, was born at 11 Melbury Road, Kensington, London, on 10 February 1882, the third of seven children and second of five sons of Sir (Samuel) Luke Fildes (1843–1927), painter, and his wife, Fanny (1851–1927), daughter of William Woods...

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Griffith, Frederick (1877–1941), microbiologist, was born on 3 October 1877 at Voses Farm, Eccleston, near Prescot, Lancashire, the third of four sons of Joseph Griffith (1837–1906), farmer, and his wife, Emily Louisa, née Hackett (1851–1903), daughter of Henry Hackett...

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Kelly, David Christopher (1944–2003), microbiologist and weapons inspector, was born on 14 May 1944 at Llwynypia Hospital, Llwynypia, Glamorgan, the son of Thomas John Kelly, a schoolteacher then serving as a signals officer in the RAF Volunteer Reserve, and his wife, Margaret, née...