People

The people who should be remembered...

Page link: Dr. Bernard Pitcher BSc ARCS (1909-2000)
Dr. Bernard Pitcher BSc ARCS (1909-2000)
First congenitally deaf person to hold a Ph.D.
Page link: Dr. Steve D. Emery (b. 1962)
Dr. Steve D. Emery (b. 1962)
Deaf academic on citizenship and group rights
Page link: Kathy breaks the sound barrier to qualify as a teacher
Kathy breaks the sound barrier to qualify as a teacher
Kathy Walker receives her qualification from University of Sussex
Page link: Mr. Arthur Mortlock Sleight B.A. (1857-1939)
Mr. Arthur Mortlock Sleight B.A. (1857-1939)
Second Head Master of the Brighton Institution
Page link: Mr. Herbert Frederick Blunden (1905-1999)
Mr. Herbert Frederick Blunden (1905-1999)
Welfare worker for the Deaf
Page link: Mr. Reginald M. Phillips CBE Hon LL.D. (1888-1977)
Mr. Reginald M. Phillips CBE Hon LL.D. (1888-1977)
Sponsor of Deaf Studies research in 1969 - 1977
Page link: Mr. William Sleight (1819-1912)
Mr. William Sleight (1819-1912)
Headmaster, Brighton Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb.
Page link: Rev. William Blomefield Sleight M.A. (1850-1927)
Rev. William Blomefield Sleight M.A. (1850-1927)
Son of William Sleight; a commissioner on the 1889 Royal Commission on the Deaf & Dumb; first President of the BDDA.
Page link: Sisters, Roanna and Corinna Simmons, won bronze in the 2005 Deaflympics
Sisters, Roanna and Corinna Simmons, won bronze in the 2005 Deaflympics
Sussex footballers represented in the UK team in Melbourne, Australia