Authorised form of nameClark; William (1788 - 1869)
Dates1788 - 1869
Place of birthNewcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England
Date of birth05 April 1788
Date of death15 September 1869
Professor of Anatomy, Cambridge
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election28/01/1836
RelationshipsMarried Mary Willis, sister of Robert Willis
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Virtual International Authority File
Royal Society codeNA2666
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/Maull/000857Clark, Williamnd
RR/3/175Referee's report by William Clark, on a paper 'On the existence of the decidua around the ovum within the fallopian tube, in four cases of fallopian-tube conception, and on the absence of any trace of decidua in the cavity of the uterus in the same cases' by Robert Lee22 June 1857
EC/1836/06Clark, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/2/184Referee's report by William Clark, on a paper 'Description of some species of the extinct genus Nesodon, with remarks on the primary group (Toxodontia) of hoofed quadrupeds, to which that genus is referable' by Richard Owen11 February 1853
RR/2/182Referee's report by William Clark, on a paper 'On the Megatherium (Megatherium americanum, blumenbach)' by Richard Owen7 March 1851
MC/9/135Letter from J W Clark, Scroope House, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, to the Council of the Royal Society8 November 1870
MC/9Volume 9 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1870-June 1873
AP/38/25Unpublished paper, 'Experimental researches on the functions of the mucous membrane of the gall-bladder, principally, with reference to the conversion of hepatic into cystic bile' by George Kemp24 April 1856
RR/2/124Referee's report by William Clark, on a paper 'Further inquiries as to the structure, development, and function of the liver' by Charles Handfield Jones20 July 1852
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