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William Allport Leighton

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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; 3 Family ...

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

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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 ...

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

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

Botany | Great North Museum: Hancock

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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 ...

1 - Linnaeus Link Union Catalogue

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A flora of Shropshire, Leighton, William Allport, rev. ... Woodville, William 1752- 1805, 744, Printed and sold for the author by James Phillips, 1794, Digital version ...

Charles Darwin Biography - Early School Years - Macroevolution.net

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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 ...

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

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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.

19th Century Natural History Collections: Shropshire Museum Display

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

Thwaites, George Henry Kendrick (DNB00) - Wikisource, the free ...

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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 ...

Exhibition Captions - Cambridge University Library

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

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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

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

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

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