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Heavensgate, Gloucestershire

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It is conceivable that by the mid-1930s Christopherson welcomed his retirement from the medical fray. He lived the last twenty years, as his obituary rather quaintly put it, "to busy himself with horticultural and country pursuits&t;. Christopherson's automobile driving eccentricities were legendary. He was erratic and 'careened' around the countryside in a bull-nosed Morris he named 'Mr. Moses'. Christopherson's horticultural pursuits translated into more plebeian language as the growing of vegetables. Now living permanently in Gloucestershire, he had little chance of bumping into his old Sudan friends at the Athenaeum or at medical meetings. There is evidence that Gwynne, 'The Bish', kept in touch with Jack and Joyce. Gwynne lived to the great age of ninety-four.

Keywords: Dr. J.B. Christopherson; Gloucestershire; Gwynne

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