A Special Scar: The Experiences of People Bereaved by Suicide

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Appendix 2

The people interviewed

Name of survivor

Age at time of suicide

Name of the deceased

Relationship of deceased to survivor

Victim's age at time of death

Date of suicide

Andrew

50

Gwen

Wife

47

1972

Ann

23

Giles

Brother

19

1936

Betty

58

Jonathan

Son

26

1985

Brian

50

Judy

Wife

48

1986

Bridget

17

Catherine

Sister

20

1982

17

n.a.

Father

55

1982

Carol

47

Alan

Son

21

1985

Carole

46

Jon

Son

21

1986

Christine

42

Graham

Husband

35

1987

Colin

48

Helen

Ex-lover

40?

1979

David

39

Paul

Son

20

1987

Denise

4

n.a.

Father

25

1963

Dick

33

Sally

Sister

30

1984

Eileen

53

Sheila

Daughter

30

1976

59

Donna

Daughter

36

1982

Francesca

57

Patricia

Daughter

29

1987

Frank

45

Josie

Daughter

21

1985

Harry

50

Frances

Daughter

22

1977

Heather

42

Alastair

Son

18

1987

Hilary

18

n.a.

Mother

48

1953

Irene

53

Bill

Husband

55

1984

Isabel

51

Eric

Husband

52

1977

Jan

13

n.a.

Father

58?

1963

Jane

37

Christopher

Brother

41

1984

Janice

40

n.a.

Mother

75

1986

Jean

52

Anna

Daughter

20

1987

Jennifer

29

Tim

Brother

30

1987

Joan

44

Lesley

Sister

42

1977

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