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Authorised form of nameRees; George Owen (1813 - 1889)
SurnameRees
ForenamesGeorge Owen
Dates1813 - 1889
Dates and placesBirth:
Smyrna, Turkey (November 1813)
Death:
Mayfield, Watford, Hertfordshire (27 May 1889)
Burial:
Abney Park cemetery, Stoke Newington, London.
ActivityProfession:
Physician
Education:
MD
Career:
Physician to the Northern Dispensary (before 1842); Physician to Pentonville Prison (by 1842)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
2/02/1843
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc 1889 vol 46 pp xi-xiii signed by S W
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/56960056
Royal Society codeNA3832
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1843/07Rees, George Owen: certificate of election to the Royal Society
AP/30/16On a function of the Red corpuscles of the blood on the process of articulation28 April 1847
AP/37/12An experimental inquiry into the nature of the metamorphosis of saccharine matter, as a normal process of the animal economy1855
IM/Maull/003772Rees, George Owennd
NLB/3/385Copy letter from an unknown correspondent, to Harrison & Sons29 May 1889
RR/2/148Referee's report by George Owen Rees, on a paper 'An account of the organic chemical constituents or immediate principles the excrements of man and animals in the healthy state' by William Marcet6 July 1854
RR/1/197Letter from George Owen Rees, on his paper 'On a function of the red corpuscles of the blood, and on the process of arterialization' to the Royal Society22 January 1848
RR/1/124Referee's report by George Leith Roupell and George Owen Rees 'Contributions to the chemistry of the urine. Part II - On the variations in the alkaline and Earthy phosphates in disease' by Henry Bence Jones23 May 1846
RR/1/196Referee's report by John Bostock, on a paper 'On the chemical analysis of the contents of the thoracic duct in the human subject' by George Owen Rees[c.1842]
RR/1/199Referee's report by George Leith Roupell, on a paper 'On a function of the red corpuscles of the blood, and on the process of arterialization' by George Owen Rees8 November 1847
RR/1/209Referee's report by George Owen Rees, on a paper 'Remarks on the extractive material of, and on the excretion of sulphur and phosphorus by the kidneys in an unoxidized state' by Edmund Ronalds[c.1846]
RR/1/198Referee's report by William Sharpey, on a paper 'On a function of the red corpuscles of the blood, and on the process of arterialization' by George Owen ReesNovember 1847
RR/1/203Referee's report by George Owen Rees, on a paper 'Experiments relative to animal temperature, showing that there must be some source of animal heat besides the combustion of the carbon and the hydrogen contained in the food of animals' by Robert Rigg27 October 1846
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