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William Allport Leighton (17 May 1805 – 28 February 1889) was an English Church of England clergyman and botanist. Contents. [hide]. 1 Life; 2 Works ...

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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 ...

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William Allport Leighton (17 May 1805 – 28 February 1889) was an English Church of England clergyman and botanist. Life He was the only son of William ...

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May 30, 2008 ... ... Britain, Ireland and the Channel Islands. by William Allport Leighton. Published 1879. Identifier lichenfloragrea00leiggoog. Scanner google

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Feb 10, 2012 ... One sent to his cousin, William Darwin Fox, as Darwin was writing Origin .... ( Lupinus polyphyllus), sent to him by William Allport Leighton on 29 ...

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Jun 24, 2013 ... William Allport Leighton [q. v.] in 1870. Thwaites's health began to fail in 1867; and, Dr. Henry Trimen [q. v.] having arrived in 1879 to take his ...

hampshireculturaltrust.org.uk/content/list-contributors-bromfield-herbarium

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

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William Yarrell (1784–1856) wrote standard works on British birds and fishes and .... William Allport Leighton, who later edited the Transactions of the Shropshire ...

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By: Leighton, William Allport. Published: (1880); Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological Society. By: Shropshire Archaeological Society. Published: (1924 ) ...

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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 ...