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James Cooper

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Anderson, Sir Thomas McCall (1836–1908), physician and dermatologist, was born at 159 St Vincent Street, Glasgow, on 9 June 1836. One of eight children, he was the second son of Alexander Dunlop Anderson (1794–1871), a medical practitioner in Glasgow and former president of the ...

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Bateman, Thomas (1778–1821), physician and dermatologist, was born on 29 April 1778 at Whitby, Yorkshire, the only son of a surgeon with a medical practice in the town. Educated there by a dissenting minister, at the age of eleven Bateman attended a private school at ...

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Crocker, Henry Radcliffe- (1846–1909), dermatologist, was born Henry Radcliffe Crocker on 6 March 1846 at Western Road, Hove, Sussex, the son of Henry Radcliffe Crocker, a chemist and druggist, and his wife, Maria, formerly Walters. He was generally called by his middle name, ...

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Fox, William Tilbury (1836–1879), physician and dermatologist, was a son of Luther Owen Fox (1811/12–1879) MD FRCS, of Broughton, Hampshire. He is usually referred to as Tilbury Fox; his brother, Thomas Colcott Fox (1849–1916), also became a dermatologist. Fox entered University College Hospital (UCH) medical school...

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W. N. Goldsmith

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Gray, Sir Archibald Montague Henry (1880–1967), dermatologist, was born on 1 February 1880 at Ottery St Mary, Devon, the son of Frederick Archibald Gray, a general practitioner, and his wife, Louisa Frances Waterworth; he was the only son and the eldest of four children. He was educated at ...

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Sir Archibald Montague Henry Gray (1880–1967) by Rodrigo Moynihan, 1956 by permission of the British Association of Dermatolgists, London

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Mapother, Edward Dillon (1835–1908), surgeon and dermatologist, was born on 14 October 1835 in Annadale Lodge, Fairview, Dublin, the son of Henry Mapother and Mary Lyons, both of co. Roscommon. His father was a bank official who disappeared from his office mysteriously and without trace....

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Norman Moore

revised by Geoffrey L. Asherson

Neligan, John Moore (1815–1863), physician and dermatologist, was born in Clonmel, co. Tipperary. His father was a medical practitioner who died when he was young; his mother was Macella, daughter of William Hayes, of co. Limerick. Neligan graduated MD at Edinburgh in 1836, and practised in ...

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O'Brien, Christopher Michael (1861–1935), physician and skin specialist, was born on Christmas day 1861 at St Ruth's, Milltown, co. Roscommon, the tenth of the thirteen children of Bartholomew O'Brien (1813–1889), farmer and poor-law guardian, and his wife, Kathleen Mary Hevehan. The O'Briens had long been established as prosperous farmers, millers, and merchants in and near ...

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Rook, Arthur James (1918–1991), dermatologist and author, was born on 15 May 1918 at Cobham, Surrey, the elder child of Sir William James Rook (1885–1958) and his first wife, Millicent, née Baker (1888–1939). His father, a successful sugar broker, was knighted for his services as director of sugar at the ...