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Authorised form of nameGrey Egerton; Sir; Philip de Malpas (1806 - 1881)
Other forms of nameEgerton, Sir Philip de Malpas Grey-
SurnameGrey Egerton
ForenamesPhilip de Malpas
Dates1806 - 1881
Dates and placesBirth:
13 November 1806
Death:
London (05 April 1881)
ActivityMemberships:
FGS
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
10/02/1831
Council:
VP 1850-1851; 1855-1856; 1862-1863; 1869-1871
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Authority:
Altname from BR and DNB
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc 1881-1882 vol 33 pp xxii-xxiv
Royal Society codeNA3161
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
RR/7/123Referee's report by Philip de Malpas Grey Egerton, on a paper 'On the fossil mammals of Australia.—Part IV. Dentition and mandible of thylacoleo carnifex, with remarks on the arguments for its herbivority' by Richard Owen30 January 1871
EC/1831/02Grey Egerton, Sir Philip de Malpas: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/001253Grey Egerton, Sir Philip de Malpasnd
RR/3/97Referee's report by Richard Owen, on a paper 'On chondrosteus, an extinct genus of the sturionidæ, found in the lias formation at Lyme Regis' by Phillip de Malpas Grey Egerton11 June 1858
RR/3/98Referee's report by Hugh Falconer, on a paper 'On chondrosteus, an extinct genus of the sturionidæ, found in the lias formation at Lyme Regis' by Phillip de Malpas Grey Egerton12 June 1858
RR/3/174Referee's report by Philip de Malpas Grey Egerton, on a paper 'Description of some remains of a gigantic land-lizard (Megalama Prisca, Owen) from Australia' by Richard Owen18 October 1858
RR/3/209Referee's report by Philip de Malpas Egerton, on a paper 'Description of the skull and teeth of the placodus laticeps, owen, with indications of other new species of placodus, and evidence of the saurian nature of that genus' by Richard Owen25 March 1858
RR/4/195Referee's report by Philip de Malpas Grey Egerton, on a paper 'On the dicynodont reptilia, with a description of some fossil remains brought by H. R. H. Prince Alfred from South Africa, November 1860' by Richard Owen20 March 1862
RR/4/190Referee's report by Philip de Malpas Grey Egerton, on a paper 'On the fossil mammals of Australia - Part I - Description of a mutilated skull of a large marsupial carnivore (Thylacoleo carnifex, Owen), from a calcareous conglomerate stratum, eighty miles S. W. of Melbourne, Victoria' by Richard Owen9 February 1859
RR/7/190Memorandum by Philip Des Malpas Grey Egerton, on a paper 'On the fossil mammals of Australia - Part VI. Genus phascolomys' by Richard Owen1872
RR/7/47Referee's report by Philip de Malpas Grey Egerton, on a paper 'On the fossil mammals of Australia - Part IV. Dentition and mandible of thylacoleo carnifex, with remarks on the arguments for its herbivority' by Richard Owen19 December 1870
RR/7/46Referee's report by Philip de Malpas Grey Egerton, on a paper 'On the fossil mammals of Australia - Part III. Diprotodon australis' by Richard Owen19 March 1870
RR/6/205Referee's report by Philip de Malpas Grey-Egerton, on a paper 'On fossil remains of equines from central and South America referable to Equus conversidens, Ow., Equus tan, Ow., and Equus arcidens, Ow' by Richard Owen2 April 1869
RR/7/125Letter from Philip de Malpas Grey Egerton, on a paper 'On the fossil mammals of Australia.—Part IV. Dentition and mandible of thylacoleo carnifex, with remarks on the arguments for its herbivority' by Richard Owen22 February 1871
RR/7/126Letter from Philip de Malpas Grey Egerton, on a paper 'On the fossil mammals of Australia.—Part IV. Dentition and mandible of thylacoleo carnifex, with remarks on the arguments for its herbivority' by Richard Owen27 March 1871
RR/7/128Referee's report by Philip De Malpas Grey Egerton, on a paper 'On the fossil mammals of Australia - Part V. Genus nototherium' by Richard Owen4 July 1871
RR/7/189Referee's report by Philip Des Malpas Grey Egerton, on a paper 'On the fossil mammals of Australia - Part VI. Genus phascolomys' by Richard Owen29 May 1872
RR/4/192Referee's report by Philip de Malpas Grey Egerton, on a paper 'On the vertebral characters of the order pterosauria, as exemplified in the genera pterodactylus (cuvier) and dimorphodon (Owen)' by Richard Owen6 July 1859
RR/7/92Referee's report by Phillip de Malpas Egerton, on a paper 'On the structure and affinities of guynia annulata, dunc., with remarks upon the persistence of palaeozoic types of madreporaria' by Peter Martin Duncan29 July 1871
MS/426/459Copy letter from C. R. [Charles Richard] Weld, the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society, to G, Bailey Esq7 February 1852
IM/Maull/001252Grey Egerton, Sir Philip de Malpasnd
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