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Bowlby, (Edward) John Mostyn (1907–1990), psychiatrist, was born on 26 February 1907 at 24 Manchester Square, London, the fourth child and second son in the family of three daughters and three sons of Major-General Sir Anthony Alfred Bowlby, first baronet (1855–1929), surgeon, and his wife, ...

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Clark, David Hazell (1920–2010), psychiatrist, was born on 28 August 1920 at 32 Glenloch Road, Hampstead, London, the son of Alfred Joseph Clark (1885–1941), professor of pharmacology at University College, London, and his wife, Beatrice Powell, née Hazell (1892/3–1948), a schoolteacher from South Africa...

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Conolly, John (1794–1866), physician and alienist, was born at his grandmother's house in Market Rasen, Lincolnshire, on 27 May 1794, the second of three sons of Jonathon Conolly, an impecunious Anglo-Irish gentleman of no fixed pursuits, and of his wife, Dorothy Tennyson (1761–1816)...

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Laing, Ronald David (1927–1989), psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, was born on 7 October 1927 at 21 Ardbeg Road, Glasgow, the only child of David Park McNair Laing, electrical engineer, and his wife, Amelia Elizabeth Kirkwood. He was educated in Glasgow at Cuthbertson Street primary school...

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Morison, Sir Alexander (1779–1866), alienist, was born on 1 May 1779 at Anchorfield, near Edinburgh, and was educated at the high school and university of Edinburgh, where he graduated MD on 12 September 1799. His graduation thesis was 'De hydrocephalo phrenitico', and he continued throughout life to take special interest in cerebral and mental diseases. He became a licentiate of the ...

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Roth, Sir Martin (1917–2006), psychiatrist, was born on 6 November 1917 in Budapest, in the dying days of the Austro-Hungarian empire, the second of the three children of Samuel Simon Roth, cantor in a synagogue, and his wife, Regina. In 1925 the family moved to ...

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Sargant, William Walters (1907–1988), psychiatrist, was born at Bryanston, The Bank, Highgate Hill, Highgate, Middlesex, on 24 April 1907, the fifth child and second son in a family of eight. He was the son of Norman Thomas Carr Sargant, a devout Methodist and a wealthy metal broker who later lost his money, and his wife, ...

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Wolff, Sulammith [Sula] (1924–2009), child and adolescent psychiatrist, was born in Berlin, Germany, on 1 March 1924, the only child of Walther Wolff, patent lawyer, and his wife, Friedl, née Salomon, a dressmaker. She was brought up in Wetzlar, Germany. The family was Jewish and in 1933 her father was briefly arrested and then released. The family immediately decided to emigrate to ...