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Robert Matthew Hay McMinn was a leading anatomist, who will always be associated with the medical atlas that bears his name. Known to his friends and colleagues as 'Bob', he was born on 20 September 1923 in Auchinleck, Ayrshire, the only child of Robert Martin McMinn, a local general practitioner, a
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Royal College of Surgeons of England
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2012-09-26
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Born at Manchester in 1862, the son of the Rev J C Paterson, Presbyterian Minister; studied at the Manchester Grammar School and Owens College, then proceeded to Edinburgh, where he graduated MD brilliantly with a thesis on the "Spinal Nervous System of the Mammalia". He then acted as Demonstrator o
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2013-01-17
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Born on February 6th, 1804, the sixth son of Charles Shaw, Clerk of the County of Ayr, and Barbara Wright, his wife, daughter of a Collector of Customs at Greenock. John Shaw (1792-1827), Lecturer on Anatomy at the Great Windmill Street School of Medicine, who helped Sir Charles Bell in making his d
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2013-06-19
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Born in London, 30 January 1870, second son of Joseph Frazer and his wife Frances E Mahony. He was educated at Dulwich and St Bartholomew's Hospital, qualifying in 1891 at the age of 21. He intended to become a surgeon, held various hospital posts in London and the country, and took the Fellowship i
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2013-07-04
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Born 9 June 1865, third and youngest son of Thomas H Gladstone, DPh and his wife Matilda, daughter of Joshua Field, FRS, a pioneer of large marine steam engines and one of the founders of the Institution of Civil Engineers. His father died when he was six. He was educated at Clapham Grammar School,
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2013-10-16
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Born 14 May 1851 at the Manse of Auchindoir on Donside, Aberdeenshire, the sixth child and third son of the Rev William Reid and Elizabeth Mary Scott, his wife. He attended the village school at Lumsden and afterwards for a few months in 1866 the Aberdeen Grammar School, and then went to King's Coll
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2013-10-23
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Born 1862, the son of James Robinson, of Manchester, he was educated at Edinburgh University, where he took honours when he graduated in medicine and surgery in 1883, and won the gold medal at the MD examination 1890 for his thesis on the development of two rodents. After serving as demonstrator of
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2013-11-21
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Born at Kendal, 18 October 1862, the fifth child of William Musgrove, draper, and Ruth Stramon, his wife. He was educated at Edinburgh, where he was house surgeon to John Chiene at the Royal Infirmary and demonstrator of anatomy under Sir William Turner at the University. In 1896 he was appointed le
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2013-12-18
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Born at Wigan, 24 February 1874, the second child and first son of Joseph Wright, clothier, and Agnes Rae, his wife, both parents being of Scottish extraction. He was educated at Wigan Grammar School and at Owen's College, Manchester. He practised for a short time as a general practitioner, in partn
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Born at Newcastle-upon-Tyne on 8 September 1900 son of C Whillis he was educated at Carlisle Grammar School and Newcastle Medical School, where he graduated with first-class honours and was awarded the Philipson scholarship; he served as demonstrator and then lecturer in anatomy. Whillis was appoint
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2012-02-15
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Born at Birmingham, the younger son of Edward Grainger, surgeon. His elder brother, Edward (1797-1824), was the well-known founder of the Webb Street School, one of the most flourishing of the private medical schools in London. Richard Grainger entered the Military Academy at Woolwich as a cadet, b
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2014-03-07
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Born on 27 November 1881 son of the Rev John Kirk and Eliza Walker Lewis of Edinburgh, he was educated at George Watson's College and at Edinburgh University, where he graduated MB ChB in 1904. After graduation he held the post of house-surgeon at the Mildmay Mission Hospital, Bethnal Green before g
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