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Barnes, John Morrison (1913–1975), toxicologist, was born in Sheffield at midnight on 11–12 January 1913, the elder son and elder child of Alfred Edward Barnes, later professor of medicine in the University of Sheffield, and his wife, Janet (Jessie) Morrison. Barnes's younger brother, ...

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Browning [née Chadwick], Ethel (1891–1969), toxicologist and factory inspector, was born on 16 March 1891 at 36 Audlam Street, Bury, Lancashire, the daughter of James William Chadwick, cotton spinner, later a gentleman (1916), and sometime managing director of a soap factory, and his wife, ...

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Christison, Sir Robert, first baronet (1797–1882), toxicologist and physician, was born in Edinburgh on 18 July 1797, the second son, and elder of twin sons, born to Alexander Christison (d. 1820), a master at Edinburgh high school, and later professor of Latin at ...

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Sir Robert Christison, first baronet (1797–1882) attrib. John Moffat, c. 1860 © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Reid, (Hugh) Alistair (1913–1983), epidemiologist and toxicologist, was born on 2 December 1913 at Annandale, Victoria Road, Great Crosby, Liverpool, the third of the four children of James Martin Reid (1876–1967), physician and surgeon, and his wife, Janet Howie Sturrock (1884–1967). Both parents were Scottish. ...

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Stevenson, Sir Thomas (1838–1908), scientific analyst and toxicologist, was born on 14 April 1838 at Rainton, Yorkshire, second son and fourth of the six children of Peter Stevenson (d. 1845), a pioneer in scientific farming, and his wife, Hannah, daughter of Robert Williamson...

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Taylor, Alfred Swaine (1806–1880), medical jurist and toxicologist, born at Northfleet, Kent, on 11 December 1806, was the eldest son of Thomas Taylor, a captain in the East India Company's maritime service, and his first wife, Susan Mary, daughter of Charles Badger, manufacturer of gun flints, a member of an old Kentish family. ...

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Willcox, Sir William Henry (1870–1941), physician and toxicologist, was born on 18 January 1870 at Thorpe End, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, the eldest of the ten children of William Willcox (1844–1906), master draper and town councillor, and his wife, Mary Elizabeth Barnes. He was educated at ...