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Blight, Paul

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St Paul's College student 1965 - 1968
Grandson of F S Blight, Cheltenham Training College student c.1900 - 1902

Bowen, Marjorie

  • P0267
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Lecturer at St Mary's College

Bracken, Professor Michael

  • P0284
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St Paul's College student 1962 - 1965
Honorary Doctorate of Science, University of Gloucestershire 2015

Dr. Michael Bracken is the Susan Dwight Bliss Professor of Epidemiology, and Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Reproductive Science and Neurology, a former Head of Chronic Disease Epidemiology at Yale University and former Vice Chairman (Deputy Dean) of the Yale School of Public Health where he has studied and taught for the last 44 years. He is a sometime Research Fellow in Green Templeton College, Oxford University. Professor Bracken has published some 380 articles in the scientific literature and has authored three books: Perinatal Epidemiology (1984) and Effective Care of the Newborn Infant (with J.C. Sinclair, 1992) both published by Oxford University Press. In 2006 this last book, which introduced the concepts of meta-analysis into neonatology, was named by the British Medical Journal as one of the most influential books in evidence-based medicine and was instrumental in assisting the foundation of the international Cochrane Collaboration. His new book: Risk, Chance and Causation: Investigating the Origins and Treatment of Disease was published by Yale University Press in 2013. He is the founding (in 1979) Director of the Yale Perinatal Epidemiology Unit and Co-Director of its successor, the Yale Center for Perinatal, Pediatric and Environmental Epidemiology. Professor Bracken has taught courses in evidence-based medicine and health care, pharmaco-epidemiology, perinatal epidemiology and general epidemiology at Yale for many years. He has directed numerous epidemiological investigations, almost all of which were funded (over $50 million in total) by the United States National Institutes of Health (NIH). He has served on numerous study sections and committees of the NIH including the Council of the National Institute of Deafness and Communicative Disorders. He chaired the first Congress of Epidemiology in 2001 and the first international colloquium on genome–wide association studies in 2006. He consults for many international corporations and agencies including the World Health Organization and he has served as the elected President of two major epidemiological organizations: the American College of Epidemiology and the Society for Epidemiologic Research. Professor Bracken is the 2013 recipient of the Lilienfeld Award from the American College of Epidemiology.

Bradby, Barbara

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Daughter of Edward Bradby, Principal of St Paul's College 1949 - 1972

Bradby, E L

  • P0097
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Principal of St Paul's College 1949 - 1972

Bradley, Kate

  • P0228
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Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education Development Office

Bradley, Mrs

  • P0310
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St Mary's College student 1925-1927

Bradshaw, Eric

  • P0112
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Practising School Old Boy

Brain, Brian

  • P0439
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City of Gloucester College of Art student 1964 - 1966

Brain, Sheila

  • P0391
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Daughter of Herbert Frederick Marshall, St Paul's College student 1922 - 1924

Breakwell, Frank

  • P0127
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St Paul's College student 1967 - 1970

Briggs, Roy

  • P0379
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St Paul's College student 1966 - 1969

Brown, Dave

  • P0070
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St Paul's College student 1956 - 1959

Brown, John M

  • P0496
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St Paul's College student 1958 - 1960

Brown, Maria

  • P0263
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Cheltenham Training College student 1875 - 1876

Brown, Miss J A

  • P0294
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St Mary's College student 1922 - 1924

Brown, Miss M Patricia

  • P0298
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Sister of Evelyn Lucia Brown, Gloucestershire Training College of Domestic Science student studying Institutional Management January 1946 to December 1947

Butterfield, David

  • P0072
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Archdeacon of East Riding

Maternal grandfather was Frank Winn, St Paul's student 1913 - 1915

Cable, Miss Norah

  • P0301
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Sister of Fred A Cable, St Paul's College student 1935 - 1937

Canham, Ray

  • P0366
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Friends of the Dymock Poets Newsletter Editor

Carlick, Julian

  • P0225
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Great-nephew of Robert Sparks, Cheltenham Training College student 1914 - 1916

Castle, Henry

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Henry was born in Bath in 1987. After studying at the University of Gloucestershire and Wimbledon School of Art (2007-2010), Henry graduated with a 1st class Honours degree and was the joint winner of the final years Landmark Sculpture Prize. He went on to participate in a number of group shows in London galleries. On the strength of his degree show he was invited to exhibit in the Anticipation Exhibition, showcasing the best of London’s graduates and post graduates, which was selected by Kay Saatchi. Shortly after, he became the recipient of Jupiter Artland’s 2010 summer residency, which had been open to all graduates from the colleges of The University of the Arts, London that year. As a result, Jupiter Artland commissioned an artwork for their permanent collection. Hare Hill was installed in the summer of 2012.

Henry has since been involved in a long term project at Rubislaw quarry in Aberdeen, making works in response to Europe’s largest manmade hole, where plans are ongoing to create a heritage centre to celebrate the history of granite in the city. Some of this work, including ‘The depth of time’ was shown in Spinach in Islington in 2014 - 2015. He currently lives and works from his studio in Windsor, and was elected to the Royal British Society of Sculptors

Catchpole, M W J

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St Paul's College student 1952 - 1954

Catton, G A

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St Paul's College student 1929 - 1931

Cattrell, Annie

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Appointed in 2007, Cattrell was selected as joint winner of the Bombay Sapphire Glass Prize. She also had work in a show at the V&A in London in which her work clearly demonstrated her commitment to exploring complex details of structures and light. Echo, Annie’s sculpture for the Trail, provides another interpretation of the forest, responding to the geological history and the material nature of the landscape.

Located in, and cast from, Kensley Quarry, Echo nestles opposite its source. Like a 3D photograph, a moment in the life of the 310 million year lifetime of pennant sandstone has been frozen in time, every detail is there to discover in the surface of the sculpture.

Chadwick, Hilda

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St Mary’s College student 1926 - 1928

Challiner, G A

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St Paul’s College student 1926 - 1928

Challinor, E B

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Vice-Principal of St Mary's College 1962 – 1976

Chamberlain, H K

  • P0159
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St Paul's College student 1939 - 1941

Chapman, E J

  • P0096
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St Mary’s College student 1938 - 1940

Chapman, Mrs E T

  • P0317
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St Mary's College student 1938-1940

Clark, Kate

  • P0229
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St Mary's College student 1923 - 1925

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