Haire, Norman (1892–1952), medical practitioner and sexologist, was born Norman Zions at Paddington, Sydney, New South Wales, on 21 January 1892, the eleventh and last child of Henry Zions (formerly Zajac), variously described as ‘gentleman’ and ‘tailor’, and his wife Clara, née...
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Norman Haire (1892-1952), by Catherine Mann, 1938
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Hall, Charles (1739–1827), physician and social and economic theorist, was born at Salcombe Regis, Devon, on 9 March 1739, the fifth of eight children of Joseph Hall, vicar of Salcombe, and his wife, Honour. Unusually, as he was at least nominally a protestant, in ...
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Heysham, John (1753–1834), physician and demographer, was born on 22 November 1753 in Lancaster, the son of Gyles Heysham, shipowner, and Anne Cumming, daughter of a substantial yeoman ‘statesman farmer’ of Holme, Westmorland. The Heyshams were a junior branch of the Cornet (later Gernet)...
Hulton, Louise Anne (1970–2017), social statistician, demographer, and maternal health campaigner, was born on 18 December 1970 at Buckland Hospital, Dover, the daughter of Frederick George Hulton (b. 1944), a civil engineer then serving as a captain in the Royal Engineers...
Jefferys [née Davies], Margaret [Margot] (1916–1999), medical sociologist, was born on 1 November 1916 in Madras, India, the second of three daughters and third among the four children of (James) Arthur Davies, barrister and principal of the Law College in Madras, and his wife, ...