Mary Lois Cartledge (née Barrett)John CaugheyVernon Kenneth HochuliRobert Adrian Lloyd-WilliamsJohn McRobertBMJ 2000; 321 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.321.7256.304 (Published 29 July 2000) Cite this as: BMJ 2000;321:304
Mary Lois Cartledge (née Barrett)
Psychiatrist and school doctor (b 1923; q Manchester 1947), died from metastatic peritoneal carcinoma on 3 May 2000. Mary worked as a psychiatric resident at Prestwich Hospital, Manchester, and later in Stockport child welfare and also as a school doctor. After retirement she moved to Dent in Cumbria where she was a lecturer and examiner for the British Red Cross until her death. For five years she bred and reared Swaledale sheep and became involved in the local community. Mary was also an accomplished modern artist and held several one person exhibitions. She was a member of the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts. She leaves a husband, Donald; a daughter (a consultant psychiatrist); and three grandsons.
Former associate professor of neurology Dunedin, New Zealand (b 1904; q Dunedin 1928; MD, FACP), d29 February 2000. He trained in London at the National Hospital for Nervous Diseases and the Maudsley Hospital and developed a lifelong interest in a rare neuromuscular disorder, dystrophia myotonica. He found several members of a Greek family …