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MMC/2 - Manchester Medical Collection: Biographical Files R-Z

File

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/SpencerC/1
Dates of Creation1927-1930
Physical Description 2 pieces

Scope and Content

  • /1 MD entry, 1927.
  • /2 Notice of death, Manchester Guardian, 14 Mar 1930, with Holograph note by Bosdin Leech 'see article (typed) written by Dr D Sage Sutherland on his illness'.


Frederick Robert Spencer

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/SpencerF
Dates of Creation[undated]
Physical Description 1 file

Administrative / Biographical History

LSA 1829

Spencer was physicians clerk to the home patients at MRI from 1829 to 1830. He was later an apothecary in Dronfield, Derbyshire.


File

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/SpencerF/1
Dates of Creation n.d.
Physical Description 4 pieces

Scope and Content

  • /1-3 Holograph note, MRI minutes.
  • /4 Holograph note, ref Brockbank.


Sandy Spencer

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/SpencerS
Dates of Creation[undated]
Physical Description 1 file

Administrative / Biographical History

MRCS LRCP 1903.

Spencer gained his medical education at Owens College before settling in general practice in Ashton-under-Lyne.


File

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/SpencerS/1
Dates of Creation 1927
Physical Description 1 piece

Scope and Content

  • /1 MD entry, 1927.


Henry Spinks

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Spinks
Dates of Creation[undated]
Physical Description 1 file

Administrative / Biographical History

LSA 1898; LMSSA Lond 1908.

Spinks studied medicine at Owens College. He was later medical officer and public vaccinator for the second district of Bolton Union.


File

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Spinks/1
Dates of Creation 1927
Physical Description 1 piece

Scope and Content

  • /1 MD entry, 1927.


William John Sprott, 1855-1932.

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Sprott
Dates of Creation[undated]
Physical Description 1 file

Administrative / Biographical History

MD RUI, MCh LM 1877; MRCS Eng 1879.

Sprott was born in County Down in 1855 and gained his medical education in Ireland before settling in general practice in Pendleton. He was medical officer in charge of Booth Hall Military Hospital from 1915 to 1916. Sprott died on 21 November 1932.


File

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Sprott/1
Dates of Creation 1917-1941
Physical Description 5 pieces

Scope and Content

  • /1 Biography from Lancashire Biographies, 1917.
  • /2 Notice of death, 1932.
  • /3 Notice of will, Manchester Evening News, 17 Jan 1933.
  • /4 Notice of death (Sprott's widow), 1939.
  • /5 Notice of marriage (Sprott's daughter), 1941.


Basil Edward Spurgin

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Spurgin
Dates of Creation[undated]
Physical Description 1 file

Administrative / Biographical History

MB BS Durham 1902.

Spurgin gained his medical education at the University of Durham and was house surgeon at the Royal Infirmary Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Darlington Hospital before being appointed anaesthetist to Christie Hospital, Manchester, and senior anaesthetist to Stockport Infirmary. Basil William Steward Spurgin, who was probably his son, studied medicine in Manchester (LMSSA Lond 1938) and was a general practitioner in Bramhall, Cheshire.


File

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Spurgin/1
Dates of Creation 1927-1941
Physical Description 2 pieces

Scope and Content

  • /1 MD entry, 1927.
  • /2 Notice of birth (probably child of Basil William Steward Spurgin), 1941.


Harry Stafford

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Stafford
Dates of Creation[undated]
Physical Description 1 file

Administrative / Biographical History

MB ChB Manch 1921.

Stafford was house physician and assistant director of the clinical laboratories at MRI. He was RMO at Barnes Convalescent Hospital and assistant director of the David Lewis Manchester Epileptics Colony before being appointed pathologist and AMO at Cheshire County Mental Hospital, Parkside, Macclesfield.


File

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Stafford/1
Dates of Creation 1927
Physical Description 1 piece

Scope and Content

  • /1 MD entry, 1927.


Shelagh Stainthorp, b [1936?].

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Stainthorp
Dates of Creation[undated]
Physical Description 1 file

Administrative / Biographical History

MB ChB Manch 1968; FFA RCS Eng 1975.

Stainthorp was born on 1 November [1936?] and gained her medical education at the University of Manchester. She was consultant anaesthetist at Booth Hall Children's Hospital, Manchester.


File

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Stainthorp/1
Dates of Creation 1968
Physical Description 1 piece

Scope and Content

  • /1 Application form (house officer MRI), 23 Jun 1968.


Herbert McLean Staley, 1881-1974.

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/StaleyH
Dates of Creation[undated]
Physical Description 1 file

Administrative / Biographical History

MRCS LRCP 1906; FRCS Edin 1916.

Staley, the son of John Christopher George Staley, was born on 16 September 1881 and studied medicine at the University of Manchester. He was a general practitioner in St Anne's-on-Sea and was surgeon at the St Anne's War Memorial Hospital. Staley died on 30 March 1974.


File

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/StaleyH/1
Dates of Creation 1974
Physical Description 1 piece

Scope and Content

  • /1 Obit, BMJ, 18 May 1974.


John Christopher George Staley

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/StaleyJC
Dates of Creation[undated]
Physical Description 1 file

Administrative / Biographical History

LRCPI 1879.

Staley gained his medical education at MRI and Owens College and settled as a general practitioner in St Anne's-on-Sea around 1890. He was physician to Rochdale Convalescent Home.


File

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/StaleyJC/1
Dates of Creation 1927, n.d.
Physical Description 2 pieces

Scope and Content

  • /1 MD entry, 1927.
  • /2 Holograph note (unknown hand), re. medical education.


John Douglas Staley, d 1920.

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/StaleyJD
Dates of Creation[undated]
Physical Description 1 file

Administrative / Biographical History

LRCP LRCS Edin, LFPS Glas 1904.

Staley gained his medical education at the Universities of Edinburgh and Manchester. He settled in general practice in St Anne's-on-Sea and was surgeon to the Rochdale Convalescent Home and the Manchester Sunday School Seaside Convalescent Home. Staley was later ship surgeon on the Saxonia, of the Cunard Line. Staley died on 29 August 1920.


File

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/StaleyJD/1
Dates of Creation n.d., 1909
Physical Description 2 pieces

Scope and Content

  • /1 Holograph note, transcript from gravestone.
  • /2 Holograph note (unknown hand), ref group photograph.
  • /3MD entry 1909


Robert James Staley, [1892?]-1948.

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/StaleyR
Dates of Creation[undated]
Physical Description 1 file

Administrative / Biographical History

MB ChB Birm 1916; MRCS LRCP 1919; DPH Manch 1921.

Staley studied medicine at Birmingham University and served as a captain in the RAMC. He was AMO at Westmorland Sanatorium before being appointed RMO at Ladywell Sanatorium, Salford. Staley died on 11 January 1948, aged 56.


File

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/StaleyR/1
Dates of Creation 1927-1948
Physical Description 2 pieces

Scope and Content

  • /1 MD entry, 1927.
  • /2 MD entry, 1942, and Notice of death, 1948.


Alice Stalker, née Oberdorfer.

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Stalker
Dates of Creation[undated]
Physical Description 1 file

Administrative / Biographical History

MB ChB Manch 1907; DPH Camb 1909.

Stalker studied medicine at Manchester and King's College London. She held junior public health appointments in Wigan and Eastbourne before being appointed senior assistant school medical officer for Tottenham. Stalker was also an examiner and lecturer in Home Nursing. She was a fellow of the Society of Medical Officers of Health.


File

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Stalker/1
Dates of Creation 1927
Physical Description 1 piece

Scope and Content

  • /1 MD entry, 1927.


John Prince Stallard, senior, b 1857.

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Stallard
Dates of Creation[undated]
Physical Description 1 file

Administrative / Biographical History

MB CM Edin 1881, MD 1896.

Stallard was born in Worcester on 17 November 1857 and gained his medical education at the University of Edinburgh and the London Hospital. He was house surgeon at Worcester General Infirmary before coming to Manchester where he was honorary physician to St Mary's Hospital and honorary surgeon to Hulme Dispensary. Stallard was a member of the North of England Obstetrical and Gynaecological Society.

Related Material

See also MMC/1/Stallard.


File

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Stallard/1
Dates of Creation 1917-1927
Physical Description 3 pieces

Scope and Content

  • /1 Cutting, entry from Lancashire Biographies , 1917.
  • /2 MD entry, 1927.
  • /3 Holograph note, ref Bride for Stallard's appointment at St Mary's.


John Prince Stallard, junior.

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/StallardJ
Dates of Creation[undated]
Physical Description 1 file

Administrative / Biographical History

MB ChB Manch 1911.

The son of John Prince Stallard (see above), Stallard studied medicine at Manchester. After qualifying, he held resident appointments at St Mary's Hospital Manchester and Worcester General Infirmary. He later settled in general practice in Ulverston.


File

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/StallardJ/1
Dates of Creation 1927
Physical Description 2 pieces

Scope and Content

  • /1 MD entry, 1927.
  • /2 Holograph note, ref group photograph [see MMC/5/9/4/20].


Thomas Nigel Stanbridge

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Stanbridge
Dates of Creation[undated]
Physical Description 1 file

Administrative / Biographical History

MB BS Lond 1961, MD 1973; MRCPath 1968; Dp Bast Manch 1967.

Stanbridge studied medicine at Guy's Hospital. He was senior bacteriologist to the Public Health Laboratory Service, lecturer in bacteriology at the University of Manchester and senior lecturer in medical microbiology at the Welsh National School of Medicine. Stanbridge was later appointed consultant microbiologist to Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester.


File

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Stanbridge/1
Dates of Creation 1993.
Physical Description 1 piece

Scope and Content

  • /1 MD entry, 1993.


Sydney William Stanbury, b [1919?]

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Stanbury
Dates of Creation[undated]
Physical Description 1 file

Administrative / Biographical History

MB ChB Manch 1942, MD 1958; FRCP 1958.

Stanbury, known as Bill, was born in Oldham and studied at the University of Manchester, gaining a number of academic distinctions. After serving in the RAMC, Stanbury returned to Manchester and joined the medical professorial unit as registrar. He held a number of research fellowships, was appointed lecturer in medicine in 1951 and in 1958 was granted consultant status. He became reader of medicine at the University of Manchester in 1960 and in 1965, was appointed professor of medicine. From 1963, Stanbury was in charge of the newly opened Wellcome Metabolic Ward at MRI. Stanbury's research interests began with renal physiology and disease, but later turned to the study of bone. In 1973, Stanbury was appointed to another chair of medicine at Manchester. Stanbury was president of MMS in 1984, its 150th anniversary.

Related Material

See also MMC/1/Stanbury.


File

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Stanbury/1
Dates of Creation 1943-1993
Physical Description 8 pieces

Scope and Content

  • /1 Application letter (house physician MRI), 2 Jul 1942.
  • /2 Cutting, profile of Stanbury by D.A.K. Black, Manchester University Medical Students Gazette, 1963.
  • /3 Notice of appointment with biography, Manchester University Gazette , Mar 1965.
  • /4 Notice of appointment, BMJ, 20 Feb 1965.
  • /5 Notice of appointment, Lancet, 20 Feb 1965.
  • /6 Notice of appointment, BMJ, 11 Aug 1973.
  • /7 Menu from MMS 150th anniversary dinner, 31 Oct 1984, when Stanbury was president.
  • /8 MD entry 1993.


Thomas Standring, d 1874.

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Standring
Dates of Creation[undated]
Physical Description 1 file

Administrative / Biographical History

Standring was visiting apothecary to MRI from 1839 until his death in 1874 (he became senior visiting apothecary in 1864).


File

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Standring/1
Dates of Creation 1847, n.d.
Physical Description 4 pieces

Scope and Content

  • /1 MD entry, 1847.
  • /2 Holograph note, ref Renaud, concerning Standring's appointment at MRI.
  • /3-4 Holograph note, MRI minutes.


William Stanfield

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Stanfield
Dates of Creation[undated]
Physical Description 1 file

Administrative / Biographical History

MRCS Eng 1859; LRCP Edin 1860; MD St Andrews 1860.

Stanfield studied medicine at MRI and Manchester Royal School of Medicine and was union medical officer and certifying factory surgeon in Lees, near Manchester.


File

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Stanfield/1
Dates of Creation 1869, n.d.
Physical Description 2 pieces

Scope and Content

  • /1 MD entry, 1869.
  • /2 Holograph note, re. medical education.


John Knowles Stanley, b 1944.

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Stanley
Dates of Creation[undated]
Physical Description 1 file

Administrative / Biographical History

In 1996 Stanley was appointed to Britain's first chair of hand surgery at the University of Manchester. He had gained his medical and orthopaedic training in Liverpool (MB ChB 1968, MChOrth 1975) and held orthopaedic registrar appointments in Liverpool and the Wrightington Centre for Hip Surgery. Stanley was consultant to Ormskirk and District Hospital from 1979 to 1984 before being appointed consultant hand and orthopaedic surgeon in the Upper Limb Unit of Wrightington Hospital.


File

Reference Number(s)GB 133 MMC/2/Stanley/1
Dates of Creation 1996, 2000
Physical Description 2 pieces

Scope and Content

  • /1 Cutting, 'Handy Professor', This Week Next Week , 21 Oct 1996.
  • /2 MD entry 2000.