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William Allport Leighton


He was the only son of William Leighton, by Lucy Maria, daughter and coheiress of John Allport of Prescot, near Baschurch, Shropshire. His father was the ...

The lichen-flora of Great Britain, Ireland and the Channel Islands ...


... Ireland and the Channel Islands. by William Allport Leighton ... and the Channel Islands. Jun 11, 2015 06/15. by Leighton, W. A. (William Allport), 1805- 1889.

The lichen-flora of Great Britain, Ireland, and the Channel Islands.


By. Leighton, William Allport, 1805-1889 http://www.biodiversitylibrary/creator/ 22074 1805 1889. Genre. Book. Publication info. Shrewsbury [Eng.]1879. 1879 ...

19th Century Natural History Collections: Shropshire Museum ...


Henry Blunt Charles Darwin William Allport Leighton Thomas Campbell Eyton Lived in Shrewsbury, 1806 - 1853. Chemist, artist and astronomer. Made models  ...

A List of Contributors to the Bromfield Herbarium | Hampshire ...


Rev W. A. Leighton died at Luciefield, Shrewsbury on 25 February1889. There are specimens in the Bromfield Herbarium collected Rev William Allport Leighton  ...

Botany | Great North Museum: Hancock


There is also a small collection of North East specimens collected by William ... William Allport Leighton is a celebrated botanist who worked with a variety of ...

Charles Darwin Biography - Early School Years - Macroevolution.net


I told another little boy (I believe it was [William Allport] Leighton, who afterwards became a well-known lichenologist and botanist), that I could produce variously ...

Spruce, Richard (DNB00) - Wikisource, the free online library


Dec 29, 2012 ... In 1849 he was sent to South America by Sir William Jackson Hooker [q. v.], George ... William Allport Leighton [q. v.]; and the fungi by Rev.

Young Darwin – Pharyngula - ScienceBlogs


Feb 12, 2006 ... William Allport Leighton, an early schoolfriend, thought the nine-year-old Darwin entirely ordinary: no obvious candidate for subsequent ...

Allport - Names Encyclopedia


Allport first name was found 24 times in 2 different countries. .... Christopher Allport, Floyd Henry Allport, Alan Allport, Morton Allport FLS, William Allport Leighton

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Darwin Country - Leighton, Rev. William Allport 1805-1889


Jul 16, 2003 ... The Revd William Allport Leighton was the author of the first Flora for Shropshire (1841), and regarded by his contemporaries as 'the best ...

Peter D. A. Boyd's article on the history of Shrewsbury Museums


Mar 15, 2010 ... 1 Fossil Stem from Nobold, Shropshire from William Allport Leighton. The museum was first sited on Dogpole, Shrewsbury in a building that, ...

William Houghton - Shropshire Fungus Group


William Houghton, Classical Scholar/Naturalist/Mycologist ... were the Reverend William Allport Leighton (18051889) and William Phillips (1822-. 1905).