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Record Number : 2284 CRNAM Collector : Oliver, Joseph W (1833-1907) Biographical Info.: See Birmingham Dispatch, January 10 1907; Birmingham Gazette, January 11 1907; Subject of Colln. : Botanical Holding Institute : Birmingham, Lapworth Museum Geographic Srce : British Period Collected : 1829-1920 Size of Collection: c700 specimens in 23 boxes (1 box missing) Unpublished Docs : Index to the collection, biography, correspondence from present family collated by A R Busby of Smethwick Access via Lapworth Museum; Associated Names : Grove, W B & Brown, Robert & Pickering, J W & Cadbury, E (Miss) & Coates, James & Painter, William Hunt (Rev, 1835- 1910) & Bagnall, James Eustace (FLS, 1832-1918) & Watson, H C & Babington, C C & Butler, J (Rev) & Syme, J B & Moore, Thomas & Allen, T (Rev) & Bloxam, Andrew (Rev, 1801-1873) & Wood, J B (Dr) & Wilkinson, H M (Rev) & Leighton, J & Kirby, H (Rev) & Thompson, J H (Rev) & Cotton, J W & Melville, J Cosmo & Melvill, J Cosmo (?) & Pumphry, C & A S W? & A R & F R & F & A R & P P C & L B S & A W & Busby, A R;
Record Number : 12135 CRNAM Collector : Bloxam, Andrew (Rev, 1801-1878) Biographical Info.: Born in Rugby. After Rugby School Went to Worcester College, Oxford. Went to Hawaii as Naturalist Aboard 'Blonde' Commanded by Capt Lord Byron. Rector of Twycross and later of Harborough Magna. Contributions to the Phytologist and Others. Expert on Rubi and Fungi. Details in Horwood and Gainsborough, The Flora of Leicester and Rutland (1933) OUP also see a memoir by Berkeley, M J (1878) The Midland Naturalist, Vol I; Subject of Colln. : Herbarium (Rubus) sheets, Vascular Plants Holding Institute : Leicestershire Museums, Arts and Records Service Geographic Srce : British (Leicestershire) Period Collected : ?1829-? Published Refs : Horwood, A R & Gainsborough (Lord) : 1933 : Flora of Leicestershire and Rutland : OUP :: CCXXXIV; Kent, D H & Allen, D E : 1984 : British and Irish Herbaria : BSBI ::; Additional Info. : Much of his material appears to be mounted on Leicestershire Lit and Phil Soc paper. His main collections are held elsewhere, see Kent and Allen above Associated Names : Byron (Capt, Lord) & Blonde Voyage;
Record Number : 12154 CRNAM Collector : Kirby, Mary (Miss, 1817-1893) (later Gregg (Mrs)) Biographical Info.: Born at Leicester, Moved to E Anglia. She wrote several short papers in The Phytologist. Author of a Flora of Leicestershire (1850), 'Leaflets from My Life' (1887) and with her sister Elizabeth, 'Plants of Land and Water' (1857) and 'Chapters on Trees' (1873). Biographical details in Horwood and Gainsborough, 1933, The Flora of Leicestershire and Rutland. OUP; Subject of Colln. : Herbarium, Vascular Plants Holding Institute : Leicestershire Museums, Arts and Records Service Geographic Srce : British (including Leicestershire) Period Collected : 1840-1850 Size of Collection: 1142 sheets Published Refs : Jackson, A B : 1902 :: Trans Leicestershire Lit Phil Soc : 6 : 213-215; Kent, D H & Allen, D E : 1984 : British and Irish Herbaria : BSBI ::; Additional Info. : Reported by Jackson, A B (1902) to contain considerable number of plants from Bloxam, A and Coleman, W H Associated Names : Bloxam, Andrew (Rev, 1801-1878) & Coleman, William Higgins (Rev, 1816?-1863) & Gregg (Mrs) & Jackson, A B;
Record Number : 12187 CRNAM Collector : Bloxam, Andrew (Rev, 1801-1878) Subject of Colln. : Cryptogams (Mosses) Holding Institute : Leicestershire Museums, Arts and Records Service Geographic Srce : Leicestershire Period Collected : 1830 Size of Collection: 232 specimens mounted in book Unpublished Docs : Extension Sheet. Record of donation;
Record Number : 12188 CRNAM Collector : Bloxam, Andrew (Rev, 1801-1878) Subject of Colln. : Lichens Holding Institute : Leicestershire Museums, Arts and Records Service Geographic Srce : Leicestershire Size of Collection: 107 species
Record Number : 12511 CRNAM Collector : Warwickshire Museums Biographical Info.: Staunton, William (Rev) [Assoc Name] - Hon Curator Archaeology, Warwickshire Natural History and Archaeological Society, 1836-1859. Lived Longbridge, Warwick, till 1851, Tachbrooke, from 1851; Rich, John [Assoc Name] - Member Warwickshire Natural History and Archaeological Society. Lived Barford; Morgan, P P [Assoc Name] - Quarry Manager, Harbury Quarry; Nankivell, G B [Assoc Name] - Council Member Warwickshire Natural History and Archaeological Society, 1836. Member 1836-1841. Lived Coventry; Mordaunt (Dowager Lady) [Assoc Name] - Founder Member Warwickshire Natural History and Archaeological Society, 1836-1842. Lived Avonhurst, Warwickshire; Greaves, Lakin and Bull (Messrs) [Assoc Name] - Firm of lime merchants and Owners of working quarries in Warwickshire Trias and Jurassic; Boon, W [Assoc Name] - Member WNAFC, 1888-1907. Treasurer WNAFC, 1888-1893. Owner of Hartshill Granite Quarries, Nuneaton; Strickland, Hugh Edwin (MA, FGS, FRGS) [Assoc Name] - Hon Member Warwickshire Natural History and Archaeological Society, 1840-1853. Deputy Reader in Geology, Univ Oxford, 1852. Lived Cracombe Park, Worcestershire and Tewksbury, Gloucestershire. See Cleevely (1983) p279; Twamley, George (-1842) [Assoc Name] - Hon Curator Zoology, Warwickshire Natural History and Archaeological Society, 1836-1840. Lived Warwick. Died April, 1842; Wise, Henry Christopher [Assoc Name] - Council Member Warwickshire Natural History and Archaeological Society, 1837-1841. Lived Woodcote, Oxfordshire; Wood, E (Miss) [Assoc Name] - Lives Great Clacton, Essex; Askew (Mr) [Assoc Name] - Manager Harbury Cement Works; Slatter, T J (FGS, MBOU, MBNS) [Assoc Name] - Member of Warwickshire Naturalists and Archaeologists Field Club see Obituaries - Geol Mag (1895) Dec IV, VII, No X, and Proc Geol Assoc (1877) Vol V, No 4, p182 and Anniversary Address in Geol Soc Lond (1896) pLXX; Subject of Colln. : Fossils, Jurassic Lower - Annelida, Brachiopoda, Coleoidea, Pelecypoda, Crustacea, Pisces, Ammonoidea, Nautiloidea, Anthozoa, Plantae, Insecta, Gastropoda, Echinodermata, Reptilia, Fossil Wood, Mollusca, Trace Fossils, Scaphopoda, Crinoidea Holding Institute : Warwick, Warwickshire Museum Service Status of Colln. : TY & FG Geographic Srce : Avon, Cambridgeshire, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Lincolnshire, Somerset, Warwickshire, Wiltshire, Dyfed, Gwent, Glamorgan, Hereford and Worcester, Yorkshire, Highlands, Co Antrim, S Wales Period Collected : 19th century 20th century Size of Collection: 1420 specimens Unpublished Docs : Old labels of Brodie, P B (Rev); Additional Info. : Rt Hon Lord Leigh was named Chandos or William Henry. Holotype of Tetrogonolepis angulifer agassiz Associated Names : Askew & Belcher, Henry G (1786-1854) & Blenkinsop (Miss) & Bloxam, Mathew Holbeche (1805-1888) & Boddington, J & Boon, W & Brodie, Peter Bellinger (Rev, MA, FGS, 1815-1897) & Brooke, Jonas L & Cameron (Miss) & Colville, Frederick Leigh (Rev, MA) & Conolly, John (Dr) & Cobb, Edward & Cooper, G (Miss) & Cox, T & Crane, Michael & Dickinson, William Binley (MRCS, 1790-?) & Downer, S P & Collar, G & Drydon, H (Sir) & Earl, J (Rev) & Gibbs, A & Greaves and Lakin (Messrs) & Greaves, Lakin and Bull (Messrs) & Greaves, John (-1849?) & Ellis and Son (Messrs) & Ellis (Mrs) & Farr, J (Rev) & Greaves, Richard & Greenway and Cattell & Greenaway, R & Warwick (Third Earl of) & Greville, Henry Richard (Third Earl of Warwick, 1779-1853) & Hathaway, D E & Hickman & Holbeach (Archdeacon) & Holbech, H & Holbech, William (FGS, -1856) & Holbeche, William & Hopkins, A V & Innes, George (Rev, MA, -1842?) & Jones, James Cove & Joyce, C & Kaye, Lister (Master) & Kennard, A H & Kirshaw, John William (FGS, -1879) & Lakin and Bull (Messrs) & Leigh (Rt Hon, Lord) & Lloyd, George (Dr, MD, FGS, 1804-1889) & Love, D J & Lamley, Richard (Dr) & Lumley, Richard & Marriott & McDonnell, Julia (Miss) & McDonnell, M & Miller, W G & Moran, T K & Mordaunt (Dowager Lady) & Morgan, P P & Nankivell, G B & Perceval, Spencer George & Percival, Spencer George & Perkins, C J & Rich, John & Reville, M & Richards, E & Roy, Edmund (Rev, MA) & Rushforth, M (Miss) & Shaw, E & Skinner, S & Slatter, T J (FGS, MBOU, MBNS) & Smith, E (Rev) & Spinney, R D & Stanley, Samuel Shepheard (FGS, MBOU, MBNS) & Staunton, William (Rev) & Strickland, Hugh Edwin ( Sir, MA, FGS, FRGS, FRS, 1811-1853) & Stubbs & Tawney, B & Taylor, H P & Trought, T & Twamley, John & Twamley, George (-1842) & Twamley, R & Welchman, E & Whiddin, G & Wisdom, Martin W & Wise, Henry Christopher & Wood, E (Miss) & Brodie, Douglas & Firmstone, F W & Loveday, Thomas & Mordaunt, John (Sir, MP) & Perceval, J & Percival, J & Tomes, Robert Fisher (FZS, FGS, 1823-1904) & Warwickshire Natural History and Archaeological Society;
Record Number : 12527 CRNAM Collector : Worcester City Museum Subject of Colln. : Plantae - Algae, Ferns, Mosses, Liverwort, Fungi, Grasses, Sedges, Lichens, Potamogetans, Trees, Pine Cones, and the Spirit Collection Holding Institute : Worcester City Museum Service Geographic Srce : Worcestershire, Oxfordshire, Australia, Italy, West Indies, Brazil, Switzerland, India, Britain, Europe, Shropshire Period Collected : 1800-1940 Size of Collection: 50 boxes, 9 boxes (2ft x 1ft x 3in), 72 shelves, 42 folders, 1 collection, 5 books, 20 sheets, 23 cases (A4 size), and 15,771 specimens Additional Info. : Includes box of watercolours of fungi; 1 display case of grasses by Sutton Seeds, of Reading Associated Names : Baxter, William & Bloom Collection & Bloom & Mathews & Bloxam ( Collected H C Bowan) & Bowan, H C & Chavasse- Dawlish (Miss) & Clarke, Elizabeth & Connington, Benjamin & Pearson, William Henry (ALS) & Day, F M & Duncan, J B & Edwards, William Henry & Gardiner, William & Gardiner, J G & Gray, Robert & Griffiths (Mrs) & Gullo, Sebastiano & Hadden, N G & Holl, Harvey Buchanan (MD, 1821-1886) & Jordan, George & Lees, Edwin & Lees, J E & Malvern Museum - Ex Herbarium & Mathews & Oldnall & Painter (Rev) & Painter & Bloom & Pirotta & Price, Louisa (Miss) & Price, Louisa and Bloom & Purton, T & Rea, Carlton & Reece, E & Reece, George (-1888) & Rendall, W J & Script & Bloom & Streeton, R J N (Dr) & Thompson, H & Thompson, J H (Rev) & Towndron, R F - ex Malvern Museum & Westcombe, Thomas & Sutton Seeds (of Reading);
Record Number : 12580 CRNAM Collector : Rugby School Natural History Society Biographical Info.: Buckland, W (Prof, Rev, Dr, 1784-1856) [Assoc Name] - Obituaries. Proc Geol Soc Lond (1836-37) Vol 2, pp439-440; Qu Jl Geol Soc Lond (1857) Vol XIII, (2), No 50, ppXXVI-XLV; Proc Royal Society, 1856. First Honorary Member Warwickshire Natural History and Arch. Society, 1837; Allen, J R [Assoc Name] - Member of Rugby School, Natural History Society; Subject of Colln. : Fossils, Quaternary - Mammalia Holding Institute : Rugby School Geographic Srce : British Isles Period Collected : Late 19th century Size of Collection: 4 drawers (about 30in square) Published Refs : : 1867- : Reports : Rugby School Natural History Society ::; Additional Info. : History in 'Notes on the Early History of the Rugby School Natural History Society', by J M Wilson, 1916, Report Rugby School Natural History Society. Information given to Wilson, (about 1861), by the Rev Charles Thomas Arnold, (Assistant Master, Rugby School, from 1841), About a collection of Mammalian bones in drawers in the Arnold Library found at Little Lawford, Rugby, by Buckland and reputed to have been given to the Rugby School Geological Museum by him. Possibly given through Dr Thomas Arnold, Headmaster Rugby School 1828-1841, or Andrew Bloxam, then a boy at Rugby School, with whom Buckland corresponded and who later gave his own collection of Mammalian remains from Little Lawford to Oxford University Museum. Rugby School Geological Museum was started by Dr Thomas Arnold, predating the Rugby School Natural History Society, founded 23 March 1867, with which it is believed to have been incorporated. In his 'Reliquiae Diluvianae', (1823), p34, Buckland wrote an account of the site and finding of the Mammalian remains at Little Lawford Associated Names : Buckland, William (Prof, Rev, Dr, 1784-1856) & Meeson, J & Allen, J R & Arnold Museum Collection & Oxford University Museum & Arnold, Charles Thomas (Rev) & Arnold, Thomas (Dr);
Record Number : 12681 CRNAM Collector : Rugby School Natural History Society Biographical Info.: Worthington, James Kennedy (1863-1885), lived Sale Old Hall, Sale, Cheshire, son of James Worthington. Educated Rugby School (1877-1882). scientifically very conscientious collector of fossils, backed up by extensive literature research, won Rugby Sch Nat Hist Soc Prize Essay in 1881, publicised in the Report for that year. Whilst member of Rugby Sch Nat Hist Soc he held the Geological 'Album'. His unpublished manuscripts, library and geology collection were left to his mother who donated them to the Arnold Museum 1886 described as 'The Worthington Collection'; Brooks, Isaac [Assoc Name] - Manager of the Victoria Works, Rugby. See Report Rugby Sch Nat Hist Soc (1898) p182; Butlin, Henry T (Sir) [Assoc Name] - Governor of Rugby School. List of Fossils in his collection see Report Rugby Sch Nat Hist Soc (1915) pp 57, 61, 66, 73, 82, 83. Collection of late Sir Henry Butlin presented to the British Museum (Nat Hist), 1922 - See Qu Jnl Geol Soc London (1923) Vol LXXIX (1) No 313, p67; Cleminshaw, Edward (MA, FGS, 1850-1922) [Assoc Name] - Founder Member of Rugby Sch Nat Hist Soc. Biography - See Kenrick (1958) pp30-31 extensive geological collection donated to the City Museum, Birmingham. In 1913 donated cast to British Museum (Natural History) of upper jaw Megalosaurus bucklandi, Figd by Owen, R in Qu Jnl Geol Soc London, Vol XXXIX, Plate XI, Fig 1; Hall, C E [Assoc Name] - Manager of Victoria Works, Rugby 1891. See Report of the Rugby Sch Nat Hist Soc p71; Lakin, M H (Sir) [Assoc Name] - Quarry owner who presented fossils to the Warwickshire Nat Hist and Arch Soc and the British Museum (Nat Hist); Nuttall, W L F (DSc, PhD, FGS) [Assoc Name] - Author of 'Geology of the Rugby District' Report Rugby Sch Nat Hist Soc (1915). Obituary and full life history see Qu Jl Geol Soc Lond (1971) and Report Rugby Sch Nat Hist Soc (1971) p9; Oldham, Thomas (1816-1878) [Assoc Name] - Obituary in Geol Mag, (1878) New Series, Dec II, Vol V; Stott, R W [Assoc Name] - of Cotton House, Rugby School and of 2, Southfield, the Crescent, Rugby. He was involved with the transfer of a large part of the geological collection to Oxford University Museum, the correspondence for which is held by the Geological Dept, University of Oxford Museum; Wilson, James Maurice (Archdeacon, FGS, 1836-1930) [Assoc Name] - of Rugby, Assistant Master at Rugby School 1859-79, elected Fellow Geol Soc Lond in 1867. Obituaries - Report Rugby Sch Nat Hist Soc (1931) p5 and Qu Jnl Geol Soc Lond (1932) Vol LXXXVIII, Part 3, No 351, ppLXXXV-LXXXVI. Author of several geological papers on the Rugby Lias; Subject of Colln. : Mesozoic Fossils - Ammonoidea, Anthozoa, Brachiopoda, Echinodermata, Mollusca, Cephalopoda, Gastropoda, Pelecypoda, Pisces, Reptilia; Stonefields/Slate (Mesozoic Fossils)/Slate fragments Holding Institute : Rugby School and Oxford University Museum Geographic Srce : Dorset, Northamptonshire, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, Yorkshire, France, Gloucestershire Period Collected : 19th and 20th centuries Size of Collection: 30 drawers (c30in square) and one large slab (c30x18in) Published Refs : Worthington, J K : 1882 : A Few Notes on the Geology of Rugby (Report) : Rugby Sch Nat Hist Soc :: 17-23; Hodges, C H (ed) & Scott, L F (ed) : 1886 : Preface and Report of Geological Section (20th Report) : Rugby Sch Nat Hist Soc : Preface : 60-61 (records donation of the Worthington Collection); : 1867- : (Reports) : Rugby Sch Nat Hist Soc ::; Nuttall, W L F : 1914 & 1915 : (Reports) : Rugby School Natural History Society : (several papers on local exposures); Cummings, Linnaeus : 1899 : (Reports) : Rugby School Natural History Society :: 1-6, map (?paper on the geology of Rugby and on fossils in Rugby Sch Nat Hist Soc Museum); Cummings, Linnaeus : 1892 : (Reports) : Rugby School Natural History Society :: 4-8 (?paper on the geology of Rugby and on fossils in Rugby Sch Nat Hist Soc Museum); Cummings, Linnaeus : 1891 : (Reports) : Rugby School Natural History Society :: 71-72 (?paper on the geology of Rugby and on fossils in Rugby Sch Nat Hist Soc Museum); Cleminshaw, Edward : 1867 : On the Natural History of the Rugby Lias (Report) : Rugby Sch Nat Hist Soc :: 31; Wilson, James Maurice : 1867 : (Report) : Rugby School Nat Hist Soc :: p55 (paper on geological subjects); Wilson, James Maurice : 1868 : (Report) : Rugby School Nat Hist Soc :: 9-10 & 41 & 43 (papers on geological subjects); Wilson, James Maurice : 1869 : (Report) : Rugby School Nat Hist Soc :: 16 (paper on geological subjects); Wilson, James Maurice : 1871 : (Report) : Rugby School Nat Hist Soc :: 19 & 20 (papers on geological subjects); Wilson, James Maurice : 1873 : (Report) : Rugby School Nat Hist Soc :: 10 (paper on geological subjects); Wilson, James Maurice : 1874 : (Report) : Rugby School Nat Hist Soc :: 2-4 & 53-4 (papers on geological subjects); Wilson, J M : 1870 : On the Surface Deposits in the Neighourhood of Rugby : Qu Jnl Geol Soc London : XXVI : 192-202; Unpublished Docs : Worthington, J K - Four calf bound volumes, gold-engraved spines, one dated 1882, two dated 1884, contain notes on his collection and extensive lit research notes, mainly Pal Soc Monographs. Four volumes survive ( seen 1983) out of original six (described 1886 - see Lit Ref). Oxford University Museum correspondence file - Letters exchanged cetween Stott, R W of Rugby School and Edmonds, J M (Dr) of the Geology Dept, Oxford University Museum 1954-1961; Additional Info. : The crinoid slab is a fine specimen. Other parts of the Collection are at Oxford University Associated Names : Arnold Museum Collection & Allen, J R & Alexander, J B & Armitage, J & Arnold, F T & Bateson, W & Bayley, C & Blaber, M & Bloxam, Andrew ( Rev, 1801-1878) & Boyd, R F & Brassey (Lady) & Brooks, Isaac & Bruce, A C & Buckland, William (Prof, Rev, Dr, 1784-1856) & Butlin, Henry T (Sir) & Butlin (Lady) & Caldecott (Col) & Cleminshaw, Edward (MA, FGS, 1850-1922) & Clough & Cowan, P J & Cummings, Linnaeus (1843- 1927) & Duke, T & Ellis, H V & Etheridge, Robert (FRS, FGS, 1819-1903) & Green, S F & Hall, C E & Hodgson, F R & Hutchinson, H N & Hutchinson, T N (Rev) & Jeffery, H S & Jones, G & Kirshaw, John William (FGS, -1879) & Knowles, L & Lawe, J & Lakin, M H (Sir) & Leggat, O & Leggat, W & Lester, J M & Lloyd, G H & Lyons (Rev Brother) & Mawdsley & Michelmore, H W & Muriel, M & Napier, G S F & Neilson & Nuttall, W L F (DSc, PhD, FGS) & Ogilvie, D & Oldham, H & Oldham, R D & Oldham, Thomas (1816-1878) & Oldham, T B & Openshaw, O & Orphoot, B N H & Power, E J & Prevost, E & Pirie, L F & Robertson, R H S & Sampson, C H & Satterthwaite, S C & Sayle, C E & Sellar, W & Stott, R W & Thompson, A Beeby (FGS, 1848-1931) & Venables & Watson, Charles ( Jnr) & Willoughby, F & Wilson, James Maurice (Archdeacon, FGS, 1836-1930) & Wise, F & Worthington, T B & Young, J E & Meeson, R & Worthington, James Kennedy (1863- 1885) & Arnold, F & Stockley, G M & Edmonds, J M (Dr) & British Museum (Natural History) & Oxford University Museum & Warwickshire Natural History and Archaeological Society & Birmingham City Museum & Worthington Collection;
Record Number : 12721 CRNAM Collector : Warwickshire Museums Biographical Info.: Brodie, Frank Malcolm (Rev, 1859- ) [Assoc Name] - Son of Rev Peter Bellinger Brodie; Subject of Colln. : Fossils, Quaternary - Annelida, Anthozoa, Arachnida, Brachiopoda, Bryozoa, Crustacea, Derived Fossils (mainly Ordovician), Echinoidea, Gastropoda, Insecta, Mammalia (Cetacea), Pelecypoda, Pisces, Plantae, Porifera, Crinoidea, Trilobita Holding Institute : Warwick, Warwickshire Museum Service Status of Colln. : CD Geographic Srce : Belgium, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Isle of Man, Norfolk, Nottinghamshire, Suffolk, Surrey, Warwickshire, West Midlands, Yorkshire, Malta, Northamptonshire, Worcestershire, France, Somerset, Devon, West Germany, Italy Published Refs : Shotton, F W : 1953 :: Phil Trans Royal Society of London, Series B, No 646 : 237 : 209-260; Associated Names : Adey, S M Capel & Archer, F & Bloxam, Mathew Holbeche (1805-1888) & Bonnet (Miss) & Bower (?Master) & Bowes (?Master) & Bree, William Thomas (Rev, MA, FLS, 1787-1863) & Brodie, Frank Malcolm (Rev, 1859- ) & Brodie, Peter Bellinger (Rev, MA, FGS, 1815-1897) & de Broke, W ( Lord) & Childe, George (Rev, MA) & Childe, G F (Rev) & Childer, G F (Rev) & Childes, Geo (Rev) & Deck, I (Mrs) & Dickinson, J & Dickinson, William Binley (MRCS, 1790-?) & Docherty, John & Essame, J G & Featherstone, J & Fitch, Robert & Greville, Henry Richard (Third Earl of Warwick, 1779-1853) & Holbech, William (FGS, -1856) & Holbeche, William & Kirshaw, John William (FGS, -1879) & Lloyd, George (Dr, MD, FGS, 1804- 1889) & Maberley, W H & MacKieston, J & Stanley, Samuel Shepheard (FGS, MBOU, MBNS) & Stubbs, G A & Tomes, Robert Fisher (FZS, FGS, 1823-1904) & Wimbush & Wise, A & Wise, H & Arkwright, Ferdinand & Warwick (Earl of) & Mix Concrete Aggregates & Battersby (Dr) & Roy, Edmund (Rev, MA) & Sanders, M & Warwick (Third Earl of);
Record Number : 12722 CRNAM Collector : Bloxam, Mathew Holbeche (1805-1888) Subject of Colln. : Fossils, Quaternary - Mammalia, Plantae (Fossil wood) Holding Institute : Warwick, Warwickshire Museum Service Geographic Srce : Warwickshire, Northamptonshire Period Collected : 19th century Size of Collection: 17 specimens
Record Number : 11521 NNW Collector : Mason, Philip Brookes (Dr) (1842-1903) Biographical Info.: See - Desmond, R (1977). Dictionary of British and Irish Botanists. Notes at Bolton Museum; Subject of Colln. : Lichens Holding Institute : Bolton Museum and Art Gallery Status of Colln. : TY Geographic Srce : Britain (Cornwall, Devon, Wiltshire, Isle of Wight, Hampshire, Kent, Essex, Berkshire, Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire, Herefordshire, Staffordshire, Shropshire, Glamorgan, Pembrokeshire, Merionethshire, Caernarvonshire, Leicestershire, Derbyshire, Lancashire, Yorkshire, Durham, Westmorland, Cumberland, Ayrshire, Lanarkshire, Midlothian, Fife, Perthshire, Angus, Aberdeenshire, Morayshire, Inverness-shire, Argyllshire, Clyde Isles, Isle of Mull, Isle of Skye, Caithness, Outer Hebrides, Orkney, and Shetland). Channel Isles. Ireland (Kerry, Limerick, Tipperary, Galway, and Down). Switzerland. North America Period Collected : [c1841-c1872] Size of Collection: c5500 specimens Acquisition Info. : Whole herbarium purchased from his widow (100 pounds) - 24 April 1907 (Acc No 30.1907) Date last updated : 1992; Associated Names : Bloxam, Andrew (Rev) (1801-1878) & Dickenson (Dr) & Gardiner, William (1808-1852) & Leighton, William Alport (Rev) (1805-1889) & Maingay, Alexander Carroll (1836-1869) & Mudd, William (1830-1879) & Salwey, Thomas (Rev) (1791-1877) & Lapham, I A;
Record Number : 15029 SE Collector : Wisbech and Fenland Museum Subject of Colln. : Herbarium Holding Institute : Wisbech and Fenland Museum Geographic Srce : Britain Period Collected : 19th Century Size of Collection: 530 Acquisition Info. : Donations 19th Century Published Refs : : 1850 : London Catalogue of British Plants :::; : 1908 : London Catalogue of British Plants :: 10th Edn. : (2 copies); : 1827 : Botanical Specimens Copies From Nature : Liverpool ::; Unpublished Docs : MS annotations to catalogues listed below; Date last updated : 1984 Aug 24; Associated Names : W G G (?, Mrs. 317 specimens); P H P (Priscilla Hannah Peckover?, 54 specimens); Balfour H M; Balfour D; Ball, J (Ireland 1849/1850); Barnard, A W (1850); Barham, Fred (1849); Bentall, Thomas (1845); Bigge, J F (1849); Bidwick (Ellesmere 1842); Bladon, James; Bloxam, A (Leics); Brand, W (1853); Brent, F (1850); Bull, Henry (1846); Caroll, J; Clark, Tho (1849); Crotch, W R; Dennes, George Edgar; Dickie (Dr); Dutton, Thomas; Fenton, J A (1849); Fitt, Geo (1846); Fordham, H (1847); Gardiner, Wm (Jnr, 1840); Godley, Wm; Gibson, G S (1849); Gourlie, William (Glasgow); Gray, P; Henfrey, A; Hailstone, Sam (1845); Hind, Wm (Rev); Holland, Robert (1849); Holman, H M (1840); Hudson, R (1844); Kirk, Thomas (1848); Lees (1840); Mecham, Thos (1846); Main, R J (Mrs); Mrsham, H (Rev, 1850); Marshall, Henry P (1847); Martin (Dr, 1849); Mitchell, J (Nottingham, 1850); Mouley, C; Oliver, Daniel (Jnr, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1850); Purchas, W H (1850); Pascoe, H P (1847); Ray, J (1845); Rider, D (Mrs, 1846); Roby, W (1847); Sansom, T (1817); Sandys, L (Kent 1846); Sandys, Geo; Stephens, H O, (Bristol); Stevens (Kent); Stock, D (Mrs); Storey, J (1850); Taylor, Henry (1848); Thompson (Mr, 1846); Unwin, W C (1850); Ward, J (1848); Wardale, B D (1849); Whitaker, Joseph (1847); Wing, W (1849);
Record Number : 15225 SE Collector : Roper, F C S (Rev, ?-1876) Biographical Info.: Late of Palgrove House, Eastbourne; Subject of Colln. : Plantae - Angiosperms and Gymnosperms. Pteridophytes, Bryophytes Holding Institute : Brighton, Booth Museum of Natural History Geographic Srce : British Isles and some European Period Collected : 1850-1900s Size of Collection: 7 cabinets, 6000 shells Acquisition Info. : From Lewes Museum Collection 1976. Bequest of Freeman Clarke. Samuel Roper 1896 Unpublished Docs : 11 notebooks/lists. Catalogue of H W Botting-Hemsley. London Catalogue of Plantae; Date last updated : 1983 Oct 3; Associated Names : Andrews, C W; Andrews, E H; Andrews, E W; Archer Briggs, I T; Archer Briggs, J R; Archer Briggs, T; Archer Briggs, W A; Arnold, F H (Rev); Arnold, F H; Arnold, F H (Mrs); Arnott; Babbington, C C; Backhouse, J; Bagnall, J E; Bailey, C M; Bainbridge (Dr); Baker, J G; Balfour, I H; Balfour, J H; Barrington, W; Batley, C; Bebb, M S; Bennett, A; Binstead, C H; Bischoff, S; Black, A A; Blight, R (Rev); Bloomfield, E N (Rev); Bloxam, A (Rev); Borrer, D; Borrer, H C; Boswell, J; Botting Hemsley, W; Bowerbands, I S (Dr); Bowman, J E; Briggs, T R A; Briggs, W A; Brody, J (Dr); Bromfield, W (Col); Brotherston, A; Burchell, W; Burton, W; Campbell, W H; Capron, E (Dr); Charles, B M; Cherrill, A K (Rev); Choules; Christie; Clinton, G W; Coleman, W H; Collins, C; Costick, W; Craig Christie, A; Crewe, H H; Croall, A; Cross, J W T; Cunnack, J; Darby, F (Miss); Darroch, C (Dr); Davies, E S (Rev); Dawber, M; De Crespigny Eyre; Dewick, E W (Rev); Don, G; Doveton, F B; Druce, G C; Druce, H; Druce, J C; Dunce, J; Duthie, I F; Dymes, I A; Dymes, T; Edwards, I; Edwards, J; Edwards, J (Mrs); Ellman, E (Rev); Farquarson, K (Col); Flower, T B; Fogg, W; Foley (Miss); Gapper (Dr); Gardiner, W; Geldart (Mrs); Gibbons (Mrs); Glasson, J W A; Griffith, A F; Griffiths, J E; Grove, W B; Gurney, G; Gutch, I H G; Hamilton; Hanbury, F J; Hannan, W J; Harvey, E; Haviland, G (Rev); Hayward, W B; Healey, C; Helyer, B; Hemsley, W; Hick, I M (Rev); Hiselton, D W T; Holmes, E M; Holmes, E A (Rev); Hooke, B; Hooker (Dr); Hooker, H C; Hooker, H O; Hooker, W I (Sir); Hore, W S; Horne, F R; Hue, G (Miss); Isenton; Jackson, B D; Jackson, J; Jameson, H S (Rev); Jenner, J H A; Jermyn (Dr); Johns, C A; Johns, I L; Kerr, A M; King, F C; Kirby, H M (Dr); Kirby, W; Kirk (Miss); Knight, I R; La Woodforde, J (Dr); Lamb, H; Langley, E; Langley, C J (Rev); Langley, I C (Rev); Lanison (Mrs); Laws, G; Lawson, G W; Leach, H; Lease; Lee, P F; Lees, E; Lees, F A; Leighton, W A (Rev); Less, F A; Lewis, J H; Linton, E F (Rev); Lloyd, G (Dr); Lloyd, W; Loane; Lomax, A E; Loomfield, E N; Lowndes, L (Ms); Lubbock, J (Sir); Lush, B; Lush, C; Lush, G (Dr); Maddock, H E (Rev); Martin (Dr); McNab; Meldrum, R H; Mennell, H T; Mill (Miss); Mitten, W; Moiser, H R; Monfor; Mott, F T; Moyle Rogers, W (Rev); Muller, I C; Mummery, J R; Munch, C; Muts, G E; Nicholson, G; Notcutt, W L; Oakeshott, B M (Mrs); Oliver, D (Prof); Parrington, I N (Rev); Parrington, F W (Rev); Paulson, R (Col); Paxton, F R (Dr); Pennell, J; Pichler, T H; Pitchford; Postam, R B (Col); Postans, R B; Poulson, L R; Preston, A W; Prostans, R B; Reeby, W H; Reeves, W; Reeves, W H; Reid, A (Jnr); Reverchon, E; Rogers, W M (Rev); Rogers, T; Roper, F C S; Roper, F (Jnr); Roper, K E (Miss); Roper, M E; Roper, I (Mrs); Roper, N; Roper, W F; Russell; Ryder, A C D (Rev); Scully, R W; Searle, H; Searle, I S; Searle, H; Slater, H H (Rev); Soane; Sotheby (Miss); Spink, S C; Stsrk, R M; Steuart, J H A; Sunderland, J E; Tatham, J; Taylor, J; Tempere, J; Townsend, F; Unwin, W C; Walker, T; Warren, I L; Warren, E A (Miss); Waterfall, W B; Watson, H C; White, I W; Whittaker, J; Wild, C J; Will (Miss); Wilson, W; Wolley-Dod, A H; Wood, J B; Wood, R; Woodehouse (Miss); Woodforde, J (Dr); Woodhouse, V; Woods;
Record Number : 16355 SE Collector : Harker Collection Subject of Colln. : Comprehensive Rock Collection from all ages. Petrological Collection. Minerals with some specimens of particular mineralogical interest. Hand and large specimens. Borehole cores, thin sections, and polished mounts. Photoprints. Notes, diaries, catalogues, papers, and correspondence. Collecting equipment, display cases, cabinets and boxes Geographic Srce : Mostly British counties. Worldwide Period Collected : Early 19th century to present Size of Collection: 150,000 (usually each specimen has one hand specimen and one thin section). Includes Darwin/'Beagle'. In 2400 boxes and 200 large specimens on shelves Additional Info. : Department collection started by T G Bonney, carried on by Alfred Harker. Various personal and regional collections reorganised into this general collection. Continuous expansion by donation and field work. Named in Harker's honour to mark his eminence as a petrologist, and his work in the first 50 years of the collection Associated Names : Abbot, D & Ackerman. P B & Acland H D & Adams F D & Adams, M K (Miss) & Adie, R A (Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey) & Adye, E H & Agar, W M & Agrell, J E & Agrell, P H & Agrell, S O (Dr) & Ahrens, S W & Aitken & Albatross Expedition & Albuquerque, C A R & Alderman, A R & Alexander- Marrack, P D & Allan, R S & Allard, G & Allen, C R & Allen, J B & Allport, G & Allport, S & Ambrose-Harding, W & Andersen, O & Anderson, B W & Anderson, C A & Anderson, F W & Anderson, J F S & Anderson, J G C & Anderson, Tempest (Dr) & Andreasson, P G & Andrews & Andrews, K W & Andrews-Speed, C P & Anousen, O & Antarctic Expedition, 1839-43 (via British Musuem) & Aoki, K & Appleyard, E C & Aramaki, S & Arber, E N & Archibald, N & Arendal Smelteverk & Arieng, P & Armstrong & Arndt, N & Arnold, A & Arriens, P A & Ashcroft, P N & Ashley, B E; Ashworth, J R & Asokan, S & Aspinwall & Assunroo (Prof) & Atherstone, D G W & Atkinson, L & Attwood, G & Atword, G & Auden, J B & Aumento, F & Australian National University (A J R White) & Backstrom, H & Badkar, R & Bailey, E B & Bailey, E H & Bailey, R A & Bairstow, L & Baker, A & Baker, C & Baker, G & Baker, J & Baker, M B & Baldock, J & Balfour, B & Balfour, J Bailey & Balsillie, D & Bancroft & Band, G & Bannerman (Dr) & Banno, S & Banois, C & Barager, W R A & Barber & Barbour, D & Baristar, L & Barker, F & Barlow, A E & Barlowe, G B & Barne, H & Barnes, S & Barrington-Brown & Barrois, C & Barron, C & Barrow, G & Barth, T F W & Bartlett, M & Barton, C M & Barton, G B & Bartrum, J A & Bateson, W & Battey, M H & Bauer, M & Bayley, W S; Bayly & Bayly, H B & Beagle Collection (also see Darwin, C R & Beare & Becker & Beer, H E & Bell, J & Bell, J M & Bell, R & Belshaw, N S & Bemrose & Bemrose, Arnold & Bemrose, H A & Bengal Iron Company & Benson, J N & Benson, W N & Benthall, R & Bentham, R & Benton & Bentor, Y K & Berberian, F & Berg, W & Berman, H & Best, M G & Besterman, T P & Bewes & Bilgram, S A & Bilgrani & Binns, R A & Bird & Bisker & Black, J R & Blake, J F & Blanford, W F & Blenchley, J & Bliss, N N & Bloomfield, K & Bloxam & Boeker, H & Bolton, H & Bond, G C & Bonney, E H & Bonney, F & Bonney, T G & Bor, L & Boriani, A & Bosanquet & Bostock, J H & Bottley, E P & Boucot, A J & Boulton, W S & Bowen, N L; Bowes, D R & Brammall, A & Branford, F W & Branner, J C & Brenner, Thord & Bridges, R J & Brindley, H & Brindley, W & Bristowe, W S & British Antarctic Survey & British Museum & British Museum (Natural History) & British Plaster Company & Broderick, T J & Brogger, W C & Broken Hill Proprietary Block 14 Company & Bromehead, C N & Brondijk & Brooke, H J (Brooke Collection) & Brouwer, H A & Balfour Brown, J & Barrington Brown, C & Brougniard & Brown, D A & Brown, E & Brown, E W & Brown, G M & Brown, H A & Brown, I A (Miss) & Brown, P E & Browne, A J & Browne, W R & Brunton, S & Bruynzeel, D & Bryan, W H & Bryant, J F & Buccaneer Expedition (see also Sir J Murray) & Buddington & Budge, T E & Building Research Station & Bullard, E C & Buller, M B & Bunch & Bunbury, C J F & Bung, A & Burnham & Burri, C R & Bursnall, J T & Burton, R C & Bush Collection & Bushnell & Bushnell, G H S & Busz, K & Butler; Butler, B & Butler, B C M & Butler, F H & Butler, G W & Butler, J W & Butler, P & Butler, T G & Butler, T H & Byers, F M (Jnr) & Byrne, H M O & Cable and Wireless Ltd & Callaway & Campbell, K A & Campbell, W & Cameron, A C G & Cameron, J & Cameron, W E & Campbell, K A & Canberra (University?) & Cann, J R & Card, G W & Carman, Max F & Carmichael & Carmichael, I F S & Carne, Joseph & Carnegie Geophysical Laboratory & Carpenter, M A & Carpenter, P H & Carter, J W (Dr) & Carus-Wilson, C & Cassidy & Caster, G E L & Cawthorne, R G & Ceustus, H & Challenger Expedition (see also Sir J Murrary in part) & Challis, G A & Champion Spark Plug Corporation, Detroit & Chao, E & Chapman, C A & Chappel, B W & Charcot & Chase, R L & Chayes, F & Chenhall, B & Chesterman, C W & Chiaramonte & Ch'ih & Child, W & Chinner, G A & Chopin, C & Chubb & Christian, F W; Clark & Clarke, J W & Claudet, F & Clifford, T N & Cloos & Clough, C T & Coats, R R & Cockbain & Cockburn & Cockburn, A M & Cohen, A S & Cockin, G M & Coe & Cogulu & Colchester, G V & Cole & Cole, G A J & Colinette & Collie, J N & Collins, J H & Collins, W G & Colony, R J & Combe, A D & Compton, R H & Compton, R R & Conn, H K & Consett Iron Company & Conway, W M & Cook, W & Cookson Collection & Coomara-Swamy, A K & Coombe & Coombe, A D & Coombs, D S & Cooper, W G G & Copenhagen Museum & Copenhagen University Museum & Corin & Cornell, D H & Coring, C R & Cornish, T & Cotton, A F R & Coulson, A L & Couts & Coutts-Trotter & Couturie, J P & Cowdray (Lord) & Cox, I H & Craig & Craig, E H C & Craven, A & Crawford; Crawford, F S T & Crewsden, G (Rev Canon) & Crook, G W & Crookes, W (Sir) & Cross & Cross, Wh & Cuffe, O F W (Sir) & Cuffe, O W (Mrs - Lady W Cuffe?) & Cullis, G C & Currie, K L & Curtis C H O & Curtis, G H & Cushnan & Dakin (Mrs) & Dale, A B (Miss) & Dallwitz, W B & Dalton, A C & Daly, R A & Damon, R & Danby Collection & Daniel & Dans, K A & Darnley, A G & Darwen and Mostyn Iron Company & Darwin, C R (see also Beagle) & David, F W E & David, J W T Edgeworth & Davidson, C F & Davidson, L R & Davidson, L R & Davies, J C & Davies, K A & Davies, T & Davison, E H & Davison, G H & Davison, L & Dawkins, W Boyd & Dawson, B & Dawson, G H & Dawson, J W (Sir) & Dawson, T & Day & Day, A A & Deans, T & De Beers & De Beers Consolidated Mines Ltd & Debenham, F & Deer, W A (Prof - in part also East Greenland Collection) & de la Rue, R & Dence, M R & Department of Mines, Oregon & Department of Mines, Sydney & de Reuver; de Roerer & Derry & Descloizeaux & Deuce, M R & Dewey, H & de Wit, M J & Dick, A & Dill, G & Diller, J S & Dirac (Miss) & Discovery, R.R.S. Expedition & Dixey, F & Dixon, J E & Dixon, P D & Dobbie, J J & Dobretsov, N L & Donald & Donkin, W F & Dons, J A & Douglas, G V (also in part as Quest Expedition) & Douglas, J A & Draper, G & Drever, H I & Droop & Droop, C & Droop, Carl & Droop, G & Droop, J & Dropsy, U & Druit, T H & Dublin University & Duhovnik, J M & Duke of Argyll (via Dr Heddle) & Dumble, E F & Dunham, A C & Dunham, K C & Dunn, E J & Dunn, J W & Durell, C & du Toit, A L & Dyer, T & Dyer, W T & Eales H V & Early, Tom & Easterfield, T H & Easterly, W & East Greenland Collection & Eastwood, J & Eastwood, T & Eccles & Eccles, J; Eckermann, H V & Eckford, R T A & Edgor, A D & Edgworth- David, T W & Edwards, A & Edwards, A B & Edwards, J & Edwards, W A & Eglington & Eichelberger & Elder Expedition, 1891 & Elles, Gertrude (Dr) & Elliot, D H & Elphick, S & Elsden, J V & Elsdon, R & Emeleus, H & Emnos, R C & Enami, M & Engel, C G & Epprecht, W & Ernst, W G & Eskola, P & Essene & Etheridge, R & Evans & Evans, A L & Evans, B W & Evans, J & Evans, J W & Evans, R C & Ewart, A (Dr) & Ewbank, L & Ewell, R W D & Exley, R W & Expedition Carousel & Eyles, V & Fairburn, P E & Falkland Islands Dependencies Geological Survey & Farmer, B H & Farrer, G & Fairbanks, H W & Feakes, J F & Fearnsides, W G & Feilden, H W & Feilon & Feininger, T & Ferguson, D & Fermor, L L & Ferrar, H T & Ferry, J M & Feutsch, A & Fielden, H W; Finar, H J & Findlay, A R & Fisher & Fisher, O (Rev) & Fitton, J G & FitzGerald, E A & Fleet, M E & Fleming, W L S & Flett & Floyd, P & Foote & Forbes & Forbes, C L (Dr) & Fordham, H G & Forestier, F H & Forster, J K & Foster & Foster, H & Foster, R J & Fouque & Fowler, A & Fowler, S & Fowles, C F & Fox, J & Fox, Howard, & Francis, G H & Francis, P A & Franks, G F & Frazer, G D & Frechan (Bonn) & French, B & Frenzel, A B & Friedlander, C & Friedman, G M & Friend, C & Fries & Frobisher, M (Sir) & Frost, B R & Frost, C & Frost, R C C & Fuchs, V E & Fudali & Furer, H T & Fyfe & Gadchild, J G & Gadow, H & Gair, J & Game, P & Gar, E J & Gardiner & Gardiner, C I & Gardiner, C J; Gardiner, G I & Gardiner, H (Miss) & Gardiner, J S & Gardiner, M I (Miss) & Gardiner, M J & Gardner, H & Gradner, C J & Gardner, J & Garson, M S & Garwin, L J & Garwood, E J & Gault, W & Gavelin & Gay, M & Gee, E R & Geikie, A (Sir) & Geld, G & Gentian, C & Geological Survey of Bechuanaland & Geological Survey of Cyprus & Geological Survey of Finland & Geological Survey of Ghana (Gold Coast) & Geological Survey of Great Britain & Geological Survey of India & Geological Survey of Ireland & Geological Survey of Malawi & Geological Survey of New Zealand & Geological Survey of Nigeria & Geological Survey of Northern Ireland & Geological Survey of Scotland & Geological Survey of Sierra Leone & Geological Survey of Sudan & Geological Survey of Tanganyika & Geological Survey of Turkey & Geological Survey of Western Australia & George, F & Ghosh, P K (Geol. Surv. of India) & Gibb, A W & Gibb, D & Gibby, D & Gifford, A C & Gilbert, G K & Gill, A C & Gill, K R & Girod & Gittins, J & Glass, J J & Glen, R A & Glenday, V G & Glennie, F M & Glomar Challenger & Godwin & Goffey, T & Goldschmidt, H J; Goldschmidt, V M & Goodchild, J G & Gordon. M Ogilvie & Gordon, S G & Gosse, P & Gotobed Collection & Gourlay, W B & Grabham & Grabham, G W & Gradwell, R & Graham, C & Graham, C M & Grambling, J A & Grantham, D R & Grapes, R & Gray & Gray (Mr) & Green, A H & Green, D & Green, D H & Green, Harold & Green, J & Green, J C & Green, J F N & Green, W & Green, W L & Greenly & Greenly, E & Greenwood, R & Gregory, J R & Gregory, J W & Grenfell, J G & Grenfell, L & Gresley, W S & Grew, E S & Grieve, R A F & Griffiths (Mrs) & Griffith, A G & Griffiths, A F & Griffiths, A G & Grindley, G & Groom, T T & Gross, S & Grout & Grout, F F & Groves & Goves, A W & Grown, W L & Gudex, M C & Guest, N J & Guidotti, C V & Guimanaes & Guitard, G & Guldburg, A; Gunn, W & Guppy, H B & Guppy, R J L & Gupta, L N & Gurov & Guterrez & Guy-Bray, J & Gwatkin, H M Collection & Haas, P & Haast, J v. 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Record Number : 5842 ST Collector : Leighton, W A (1805-1889) Subject of Colln. : Lichens Holding Institute : Moray District Council Museums Service Geographic Srce : British Isles Period Collected : c1855 Size of Collection: 186 Acquisition Info. : Donated by J A D Dunbar Additional Info. : Probably all specimens from Leighton's 'Lichenes Britannia Exsiccatae' Date last updated : 1982 Jun 16; Associated Names : Sawley, T (Rev); MacMillan, H (Rev); Leighton, W A (Rev); Holl, (Dr); Hardy, Mr; Dunbar, J A D; Deakin, (Dr); Bloxam, A (Rev);
Record Number : 4412 NYH Collector : [?] Subject of Colln. : Herbarium (Flowering Plants and Ferns) Holding Institute : York, Bootham School Geographic Srce : British Isles (specimens from many counties and islands) Period Collected : 1823-1965 Size of Collection: c2500 specimens Unpublished Docs : Herbarium Catalogue by J R Lythgoe and R W Pickering covers about one third of the Collection; Additional Info. : Work in progress on cataloguing the collection. Plants in good condition but not stored in an airtight cupboard. Collection maintained separately Date last updated : 8.1.1982; Associated Names : Backhouse & Shake, E & Ford, John & Butler, G (Rev) & Ball, J & Edmonston, H & Ransome, J & Curis, J & Brent, Z & Robertson, H & Raper, J L & Hanbury, H J & Greville, W & Babington, C C & Fryer, J H & Salter, J G & Gibson, G S & Seekohn, H & Walker, Horace & Thompson, Silvanus & Crishy, R M & Rarer, C E & Atkins, J & Walker, R & Coventry, J & Hillest, E & Baker, J G & Talham, I & Wallace, E C & Ford, John & Smith, J A & Hanby, J J & Camp, N H & Crosfield, J & Morland, E C & Linton, E F & Thompson, H S & Godley, W & Mennell, H T & Waterfall, W B & White, J W & Lousley, J E & Waterfall, A W & Stocks, I E & Southall, A T & Jenner & Smith, H E & Waller A R & Bardy, B & Wright, M A & Netherton, J & Jarven, H & Webster, J & Watson, N C & Connor, W & Salmon, J D & Meanwell, H J & Wilson, W & Gulch, J W G & Sandines (Mr) & Thorp, J & Ward, W & Moore, J & Sidebotham, J & Barham, F & Alesander, E & Notcliff, N & Higgley, D N & Grimden & Painter, W H & Crosfield, A J & Lomat, A E & Bloxam, A & Melvin, A D & Hall, Allon B & Eddoncotter;