Harrison, Lawrence Whitaker (1876–1964), venereologist, was born on 2 April 1876 at Regent Street, Haslingden, Lancashire, youngest son of Jonathan Atkinson Harrison, physician, and his wife, Margaret, formerly Whitaker. Educated at Manchester grammar school and the University of Glasgow, Harrison was awarded the medical degrees of MB BCh in 1897. A student private in the ...
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Parker, Samuel William Langston (1804/5–1871), surgeon and venereologist, was born in Birmingham, the son of William J. Parker, a medical practitioner of Aston Road, Birmingham, and medical officer to the Aston Union. Parker was educated at Heathfield Road School, Handsworth, under the Revd Daniel Walton...
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Sequeira, James Harry (1865–1948), dermatologist specializing in the treatment of venereal diseases, was born on 2 October 1865 at 34 Leman Street, Whitechapel, London, the son of James Scott Sequeira, a surgeon, and his wife, Maria Rosina Rackwitz. His forebears were said to have been physicians for six generations originating in ...
Stuttaford, (Irving) Thomas [Tom] (1931–2018), medical journalist, genito-urinary doctor, and politician, was born on 4 May 1931 in Horning, Norfolk, the third of four children and second of three sons of William Joseph Edward Stuttaford (1876–1956), general practitioner, and his wife, ...