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Radcliffe, John Netten (1826–1884), epidemiologist and public health activist, the son of Charles Radcliffe, Wesleyan minister, and younger brother of Charles Bland Radcliffe (1822–1889), was born in Yorkshire on 20 April 1826. Educated at the Leeds school of medicine, he gained a diploma and immediately undertook service in the ...

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Woodhead, Sir German Sims (1855–1921), pathologist and health campaigner, was born on 29 April 1855 at Woodland Mount, Huddersfield, the oldest son of Joseph Woodhead (1824–1913), newspaper owner and MP for Spen Valley, and Catherine, eldest daughter of James Booth Woodhead of Holmfirth...