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IN tribute to Anne Kemp Angus Rushton (née Seaman) (VR, April 13, 2013, vol 172, p 402), Moira McAllister, Carol Breckenridge and Bernard Rushton write: Anne achieved her ambition of becoming a veterinary surgeon on being accepted by Glasgow and qualifying in 1966. She gained entry (one of five women in her year) as a Scottish student, having a Scottish mother and grandmother, although she attended Norwich High School for Girls and then, out of necessity, the local technical college for A levels. Long hours spent studying and commuting to the college, and helping at McLintock's practice in Norwich, required dedication. Yet she found time to win many rosettes on her horse, Seaweed, and to listen to her grandmother talking about such subjects as working in Slains Castle, …
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